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LOCAL AND GENERAL.

Professor Hugo leotures at Ashton Bohool to.night, at Fleraington on Tuesday, and at Greenstreet on Thursday, There was a large number of pleasnre Beckers at the Rink de Paris on Friday evening. To-morrow evening the raoe for the championship will take place; Mrß Moses Taylor, of New York, is one of the wealthiest women m the United States. She inherited 30,000,000 dollars from her husband, and the estate has sinoa jnorqased greatly m value. She devotes herself largely to religion and benevolence. At the R.M. Court this morning, before the Mayor, Jesso Hay man, for permitting two cows and calf to wander at large on\he South Road, was fined 5s and coete. — John Molvor, for having permitted a oow to wander on the railway line at Winslow, was fined 5s and costs.— Edward^ Lovett was fined 10s and oosts for allowing cix cowa to wander at Winslow. There was a large attendance at Pyne'g sale of thoroughbreds at Ohristohuroh op Saturday, but the prioes realised were very moderate. Maligner was sold to Mr Brabazon at 30 guineas ; Parvula to T. B; Mortimer at 31 guineas ; Doubtful to F. W. Dalamain at 35 guineas ; Dudu to Mr Proffit at 160 guineas ; Eaoapade to Mr Panetti at 100 guineas ; Half Guinea to Mr Drake at 40 guineas. Most of the others were passed m. IIOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT AND PILLS.— Sure relief— The weak and enervated suffer severely from nervous affections when storms or electric disturbances ag'tate the atmosphere. Neuralgia, gouty pangs, and flying pains, very distressing to a delicate system, may be readily removed by rubbing this Ointment upon the affected part after it has been fomented with warm water. Tfce Pills, taken occasionally m the doses prescribed by the instructions, keep the digestion m order, excite a free flow of healthy bile, and regenerate the impoverished blood with rich materials resulting from thoroughly assimilated food — wanting which, the strongest must ineyitably soon sink into feebleness, and the jlelicalc find it difficult to maintain existence. [Tollowa/s Ointment and Pills are infallible ■emedjes.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1994, 12 November 1888

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1994, 12 November 1888

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