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"Rough on Piles."— Why suffer Pilei, immediate relief and complete cure guaran* teed. Ask for " Rough on Piles." Sure cure for itching, protruding, bleeding, or any form of piles.

Public Notices, WANTED. 'A GOOD Trap Horse. Must be jCX thoroughly quiet. 4§112 J. TASKER ASHBURTON CLUB and M. S, A. annualUeeting. THE Annual General Meeting of members of the Ashburton Olab and M. S. A. will be held on WEDNESDAY April 13tb, at Bp,m. 4t114 FOR SALE PRIVATELY; lAAA 2-TOOTH Croaabred Ewes JLUUU «nd Wethers. For particulars, apply to D. THOMAS, 4*ICQ Auctioneer. SflEfcP FEED— Wanibd Tkndbes for feeding off 190 acres, Including 20 aoroa Tarnlps, 50 acres Stubble, remainder In grass. All splendid feed, good fences ; within one mile Hinds Township, Sheep to be taken off by Ist AugUDt. Tenders close MONDAY, 22a1l April, to Thouis B. Smith, Hluds, 4 116 LOST— Ss RttWARD. LOST on Monday, Bth April, a black and tan Collie slut, answers to the name of "Fan." The above reward will be paid on returning her to A. Kiixy, Central Hotel. Anyone retaining her after this notice will be proseoutedi 4 1U WESLEYAN CHURCH. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS, TUESDAY, Apbil 16th— Annual Soiree md Leoture In the Oddfellows Hall. Tea at 6 p.m. Leotnre at 8 p.m. Leoturer— Rev W. Morley. Subject : " 30,000 miles by Land and Sea," Proqbammb. 1. Chorus—" Sing unto the lord." 2. Duet—" Guard well Hlb Flook," Miss Stbel and Me Flower, 3. Lecture— First Part. — Bey W. Morley. 4. Chorus—" The Day now m splendour breaketh." 6. Leotnre — Seoond Part. •- Rev W. Morley. - 4. Anthem -*• Praise yo the Lord," Admission— Tea and Leotare, Is 6d . Ohlldren, la, ' Leoture only, adults, Is ; ohlldren, 6d. _ 463 Jtcmk de Paris. " Ct n % est que LE PREMIER pas gui cofite." ' MONDAY, "AVRIL 15th. The usual Skating and MAYPOLE PRACTICE. WEDNESDAY-. MEDAL COMPETITION. SATTJBDAY— single foot race. WEDNESDAyTaPEIL 24. Fanoy Dress and Maypole Carnival A number ■ of Fanoy Costumes oan be obtained at the Bink for the above Carnival. R. ELBTON, 3*^6 Manager. Auctions ASHBURTON YARDS. MR D. THOMAS has reot|ff O a snatruotlona to aqU by Public Auotlon on ••;. v ' TUESDAY, APBIL 10th 1889, OO BACON PIGS and PORKERB • WAVID THOMAS, '4109 Auotloneir, AibbaitoD, $

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2106, 15 April 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2106, 15 April 1889

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