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af Eome. We are all for silence in this matter, for there |can be few positions more disagreeable than being shaved by a baiber of opinions hostile to one’s own, and being unable from" the of the case, to contradict him. I Holloway’s Ointment and Pills combine both sanitive and sanative powers in a high degree—by the former term is understood their ability to preserve health, by the latter their capability to restore health. With these remeldies at hand no invalid need be at fault to guide himself or herself safely through the many trials to which everyone is subjected during our long and ofttimes inclement winters. Coughs, colds, ulcerated throats, diptheria, whooping cough, can be successfully treated by well rubbing this Ointment upon the chest, and by taking the Pills. During damp foggy weather asthmatical sufferers will experience the utmost possible relief from the inunction of the ointment on all tenderchested persons will save endless misery by adopting this treatment.—[Advt.]

TOWN EDITION [lssued at 4.35 p.tn.]

New Advertisements. ÜBLIC NOTICE. The undersigned having purchased Mr T. Quill’s interest in the Booth at the forthcoming CALEDONIAN SPORTS, to be held on Boxing Day, assures his friends and the public that everything disposed of in said Booth will give the utmost satisfaction. TENDERS are invited for CUTTING, BINDING, and STOCKING about one thousand acres of Crop at Lyndhurst, near Methven. Tenders for the whole or blocks of not less than 200 acres to be sent in by December 31st, to 21d THOMAS ORPHiN. 21d L. & E. COSTER, Somerton, South Rakaia.

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23. SPECIAL ENTRY OF Horses, From the Tiroaru District. MR THOMAS BULLOCK has received instructions to Sell by Public Auction, at the Bazaar, Burnett street, on the above date, First-class DRAUGHT HORSES 0 Weight-carrying HACKS. Sale at 1 o’clock. 2ld T. BULLOCK, Auctioneer.

James Baker, GROCER, wishes to inform the people of Ashburton that he has a large stock of Christmas FRUIT. FRUIT. FRUIT. Currants, Currants, Currants, Raisins, Raisins, Raisins, Sultanas, Sultanas, ' / Sultanas, Guaranteed to be all of the finest FRUIT, FRUIT, FRUIT, Obtainable in Canterbury. Stop before' going elsewhere, and purchase your Christmas cheer from one of the cheapest men in town. ' JAMES BAKER, Grocer, Havelock street, Ashburton. au3 gPRING FRUITS & VEGETABLES. W. T. Davison Has now in s..ock for CHRISTMAS—IOO pecks Peas, 1 ton of Bath Kidneys ; also, the largest stock of Strawberries, Cherries, Gooseberries, Rhubarb, Oranges, Apples, &C. , &c., to be obtained in Ashburton or district. A large assormeut of cooling Summer Drinks and Confectionery. All to be sold at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES during Christmas. W. T. DAVISON, Left hand Shop, Town Hall, Ashburton. d2l

OW IS YOUR TIME FOR BARGAINS. GOOD AND CHEAP DRAPERY, CLOTHING, BOOTS &c M &c. OUR BOOT S lOCK ia IMMENSE.

OUR PRICES NEED NO COMMENT As they will please all. Hayes & Co., BULLOCK’S ARCADE. Burnett street. N.B.—Christmas PRESENTS wi’.l be GIVEN to all purchasers of 10s and upwards till the 10th January. AN EARLY CALL WILL OBLIGE, Don’t Mistake the Address, BULLOCK’S ARCADE -83^ n 4 SOMERS Annual Sports, To be held at MOUNT SOMERS, DECEMBER 27, 1882, Comprising HORSE RACING and ATHLETIC SPORTS, viz.: — Mount Somers Cup ; 1| miles ; lOst 71b. Ist, LlO 10s ; 2nd, L2. Hurry Scurry ; | mile ; 10st 71b. Ist, L 4 ; 2nd, LI. The winner of the Cup to carry lOlbs extra. Trotting Pace ; 2 miles ; list 71b. Ist, LB ; 2nd, LI. Consolation Race ; § mile ; lOst 71b. Ist, L 3. Three horses in each event or no race.

The usual Athletic Sports will follow, for which several prizes are offered. Should any protest arise a deposit of one pound must be lodged with the Secretary at the time, which will be forfeited should the protest prove frivolous. The first race to start at 10 a.m. W. H. SMITH, Hon. Sec.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 824, 21 December 1882

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 824, 21 December 1882

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