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There were about a dozen members who used last session to hold prayer meetings m one of the committee rooms of the House of Commons. These meetings have been ss« Bnmed, and among those who take part m them are Sir J. Eennaway, Mr 8. Smith, Mr James Stuart and Mr Mark Stewart. 11 Rough on Corns,"-— Ask for Wells "Rough on Coras . :: Quick relief, complete ' permanent cure. Corns, warts, bunions. At chemists aad iraggists 3 "Rough on Itch,- "Rough on Itch 1 cures skin humors, eruptions, ring worm tetter, salt rheum, frosted feet, chilblains, itc h ivy poison, barbers' itch a»M»«»«wM^»""»^ Auctions* SATURDAY, 26th JANUARY. IMPORTANT. Clearing Sale GROCERY, HARDWARE, AND CROCKERY. MR T. BULLOOK has received m. strootlons from Mr D. MoFabhh* he being the suocessf nl tenderer for Mr W«, Baylis' stock), to sell by Pobllo Aaotlon, at the Aroade, on SATURDAY, 26th JANUARY, The whole of Mr Baylla' Stook of GROCERY, HARDWARE, no, itc, Comprising— Teal m half Chests, Boxes and Caddies, Sugar, Piokles, Sauce, Jam, Jellies, Marmalade. Tin Fruits, Tin Fiih assorted, Mustard, Cocoa, Golden Syrup, Candles, Oatmeal, Currants, Raisins, Prettrred Milk, Soap, Rico, Pago, Tapiooa, Hops, 8 arob, Baking Powder, Matches. Tobacco, Carrie, Corn Floar, Vinegar, Oils, (Luces, salad, castor), Patent Mediolnes, etc,, eto. HAR/DVTABE. Kettles, Saucepans, Buckets, Gorse Knives, A*en. Washboards, Knifeboards, Brnshware. CROCKERY. Toilet Bete, Tea Sets, Caps and Saucers, Plates and Dishes, Pie Dishes, Sugar Basins etc., etc. Aleo a large auantity of Goods too numerous to mention. Sale at lS) o'plook. '* ' .'1 ' >'.< T7 BULLOOK,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2042, 21 January 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2042, 21 January 1889

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