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DiAP — A Person cured ot Deafness end ! noises m the head o 23years* standing by a ! simple remedy, will send a description of it frkr to any person who applie to NICHOLSON 75 William street, Melbourrei Hollowav's Pills.— Health or Wealth. —No sane person would hesitate an instant m the choice between these two conditions. Jgow is tl>e season, to secure the former either "y restoring pt confirmipg iti These pills, expel ail impurities from the system which fogs, foul vapours, and variable temperatures engender during winter; this medicine also acts most wholesomely upon the skin by disgorging the liver of its accumulated bile, and lay exciting the kidneys to more energetic action ; it increases the appetite for food and strengthens the digestiye process. The stomach and liver, with which most disorders originate, are fully under the control of these regenerative Pills, which act very kindly yet moit efficiently on the tenderest bowels.

LOST In Tanored Street, a Football; finder rewarded on returning same to Guabdiah Ostiob. Anyone detaining It after thfs date will be proseottfed. 6 18 B y A.O.B f BRETHREN are notified that the Lodge Meeting will be held THIS EVENING Instead of Wednesday. By Order of tbe 6 15 B.P. PIANO TUNING. TOT ANTED Known that C. A. HAEROW Of Oashol Street, Chriatchnrch, will visit AshburtoN on WEDNESDAY, June 5, to Tone Pianofortes, eto. Orders received by Mr T. A. Gatis, picture-frame maker, Burnett Street, or by Mb Flower, Confectioner, 6+iG AJN INGLESIDE m oonneotion with the Ashburton Oaledonian Society will be held m tbe Oddfellows' Hall on FRIDAY EVENING, June 14th, at 8 p-m, ( for members and their families only. A charge of Is 6d will be made for each Ingleside or 5s for the season, m addition to the members annual subscription, Tickets oan, be obtained from the Directors, or fron tho Secretary. Lsttt J*BSACT'BQQ.6t9.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2141, 3 June 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2141, 3 June 1889

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