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We find the following m the " Wanganui Chronicle " : — The Maoris at Tiniwaitara, a village 2£ mileß from Turakina, have just had completed a new ohuroh (English) and a large meeting house. The ohuroh is a firstolass building with an open Gothia roof.. It haß also a tower and spire, and will Beat some 160 people, and is lighted with stained glass windows. The buildings reflect great credit on the arehiteot, Mr Fisher of Turakina, as also on the builders, Messrs Purnell and Thomson, of Wanganui, who have faithfully carried out all tbe designer's plans. The Maoris are highly pleased with the work, and look forward to the opening of the meeting, house on the 20th instant. The churoh will be opened on Ohristmas Day, when the Rev A. O. Williams, of Putiki, will officiate, assisted by other clergymen of the distriot. , The chief, Reupena Ngarino, will provide a lunoh for a large nnmber of guests, and oordially invites all his friends, both European and Maori to assist at the ceremonies. Keating's Powder destroys both moth, fleas beetles, and all other insects, while quite harmless to domestic animals. In exterminating beetles, the success of this powder is | extraordinary. It is perfectly clean m appli cation. See the article you , purchase is Keatings as imitations are noxious and in- ' effectual Sold m tins, 6d,nis, and 2s 6d by I all chemists An Albany physician says he has never known a oase of oanoer among tbe Hebrews, and thinks their exemption from the disease is due to their abstinence from pork. The largest congregation that ever assembled to hear the words of a preaoher was the oonoourse of 23,000 persona to whom the Bey O. H. Bpargeon preached at the Crystal Falaoe on Oot: 7th, 1857, the day appointed as a fast at the time of tbe Indian Mutiny. The best Remedy for Indigestion.— Norton's Camomile Pills are confidently recommended as a simple remedy for indigestion, which is the cause of nearly all the diseases to which we are subject. Norton's j Pills, with justice called the " natural i strengthener of the human stomach," act as a powerful tonic and gentle aperient, are mild m their operation, and safe under auy circumstances Sold m bottles at is i_d, 2s Qd, 4s, by .all medicine vendors throughout the world.

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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2021, 24 December 1888

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Ashburton Guardian Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2021, 24 December 1888

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