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I' .■ ', .-. ■ - '■ Holloway's Pills.— Though good health is preferable to high honor, how regardless people often are of the former — how covetous of the latter 1 Many suffer their strength to drain away ere maturity is reached, through ignorance of the facility afforded by these incomparable Pills of checking the first untoward symptom of derangement, and reinslating order without interfering in the least with their pleasure or pursuits. To the young, especially, it is important to maintain the highest digestive efficiency, without which . the growth is stunted, the muscles become lax, the frame feeble, and ' the mind slothful. The removalof indigestipn by these Pills is so" easy that none save the most thoughtless 1 would permit it to, sap the spring of life,'

. - ■■'■■■■ ■ "■•" » ' — I • Public Notice LICENSING DI3TRIOT OF THE BOROUGH OF ABHBURTON. 1 HEREBY Give Notice that the following persona have been duly , nominated an candidates for election an members of the Licensing Committee of the Licensing Dlattiot of the Boioagh of Ashburton, viz., ROBERT ALOORN JAMSS CHARLES DUNCAN OHAKLES BRADDELL DA#ID THOMAS THOMAS BEAIiEY JOHN G. RESTELL And \ farther give notloe tha| a poll for the BleotioD of Five of the above named Candidates will be taken at tfie Borough Ooddqll Chambers, Baring Square, Weit, Asbborton, on THURSDAY, the 7th day of February next, oommenolng at 9 a.m. andoloelog at 6 p.m. OHAS. E. FOOKS, Returning Officer. Borough Council Offioe, January, Slat, 1889. 1+163 BICYCLE RAOE3. ATHLETIC SPORTS GROUND, BAST BELT. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6th, 1888. President— Alfred Harrison, Esq. Vice-President— o. W. Purnell, Kiq. Judges— D Thomas, Major Steward, and 0. W; Purnell. Starter— D. Marie. Referee— J. 0. Qaane. Handloappers— J. A. Oliver D. Murle, and 0. Ray. Glerk of Oourae-r-P. Williams. Tlme-keepera— A. Harrison, and H, Zander. Lap Scorers — Armer A. Orr, W. Zander j and W. H, Collier. ' Telegraph Board— O. Mosp. Secretary and Treasurer— Will G. Murray Firat Race starts at X p.m. punctually. The Auhbnrton Brasa Band will be on the ground durlDg the afternoon. The public are specially cautioned against enoroaohing on the traok ; a itrtot observance of this It neoeisary to avoid accidents. For the same reason no dogs will be allowed on the ground. Admission — One shilling. Programme! in town on WEDNESDAY 2 28 Morning. Great Clearing Sale of Groceries, Eio., Etc. Proctor and Co. HAVING Decided on RELINQUISHING BUSINESS, will offer the whole of their Stook of GROCERIES, HARDWARE, TINWARE, OROOKERYWARE, &a. t Whloh will be Sold Regardleia of Cost; The Stook Js all ney, all iho old Btock havlpg been dlspoaed of, so Purchasers may be sure of getting first-olasi goods for their money. Large Purohasers will be liberally dealt with, and as the Premises are to Let the PubHo will see that the Sale Is Genuine. For the oohvenlenoe of Customers the premises will be kept open till 8 p.m. from the 6th of February until the whole stock ie sold, Notr thi Address — PROCTOR AKP 00,. I Arcade, Ashburton, Come Early and Seoqre Bargalm. FOR CASH ONLY. N.B.— PREMISeTtO XiET. Anyone wishing to atart in the asme line of business, and wishing to aeoure the lot oan do so by applying in person or. by letter to i 8f36 P^OOXOR * CO., Atotdfc

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2055, 5 February 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2055, 5 February 1889

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