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Holloway's Fills, — When inclement weather checks to a considerable extent the action of the skin, aa alterative is required to compensate the body by means of other channels. Holloway's Pills can be confidently ecommended v the cases'-, surest, and safest means of attaining this desirable end without weakening the most delicate or incommoding the most feeble. When from frequently recurring chills or the inhalation of impure air the blood becomes foul and the secretions vitiated, these Pills present a ready and efficient means of cleansing the former and correcting the latter. By this salutary proceeding disease is arrested at its outset, its pains and inconveniences averted, and the tervous structures saved from the depressing effects entailed upon them by any illness. Thb best Remedy for Indigestion.— Norton's Camomile Pills are confidently recommended as a simpli remedy for indigestion, which is the cause of nearly all c diseases to which we are subject. Norto n Pills, with justice called the " nature's strengthener of the human stomach," act as a powerful tonic and gentle aperient, are mild n their operation, and safe under auy circuro itances Sold m bottles at is i&d, as gd by all medicine vendortthroughout the world BATUKDAY, 24th AUGUST. BUTCHERING BUSINESS AT TINWALD FOR SALE. MR T. BULLOCK has reoelved instructions from Mb J. R. CobBIOAN (In consequence of his leaving the dlstriot) to Sell by Pablio Auction at the Aroade on tbe above date his property at Tlnwald, being Lot 73, containing qaarter-aore, corner of Agnes and Arohlbild Streets, fronting the Railway, on which Is erected a Butobers shop with dwelling lnuse attached, stabling, loose brx«s, oart sbed and other buildings. This property Is well situated. The purohaser will get the good-will of the business. Liberal terms deolaared at sale. Sale at 12,15. T. BULLOCK, B*llß Auctioneer.

SATURDAY AUGUST 24th. TO CAPITALISTS, SPECULATORS AND OTHERS. MOST IMPORTANT SALE OF ABHBUBTON and RAKAIA TOWN SECTIONS, A number of which are OENTRALLY SITUATED. MR T. BULLOCK has reoelve* instructions from the Exeoutori of the late M. H. Oeam to Sell by Pabllo Aaotlon at the Aroade oa SATURDAY, AUGUST 24th, O A SECTIONS, TOWN OF O/1 Zl^t ASHBORTON. Ztt As follows, vfz.— T.B. 148, containing £-aore, fronting Barnett Street, Weit 201, 202 each eontainlng Jaore, sltnated at the oorner of Bdrnett* Park and Havelook streets. 195 oontainlng £aore, Barnett street weit, adjoining Menrs Fried* lander Bros* property 208 and 209, eaoh oontainlng 1 aore, Havelook street west, adjoining the N. Z L and Meroantlle Agenoy Company's property, and opposite the Poblio Library 179, oontainlng £-acre, fronting Burnett ttreet 180, containing 1-aore, adjoining 181, oontainlng J-aore, oorner of Cass and Burnett Utreet, adjoining the above 182 oontainlng J-acre, oorner of Caw and Havelook streets. 128 and 129, eaoh containing J-aore, Taoored street west, sitoatod near the Bank of Australasia 120, 121, 123, eaoh containing fcaore, having three frontages on oore, Park, and Tanored etreets, and near the English Church 95 -containing £ aore, Moore Street. 328, 329, 330 each containing i»aore, Burnett Btreet Eaat. 677, 678, 679 each oontainlng }-aore, Havelook Street Bast. 690, containing £-aore, Cameron Btreet Eaat. 737 oontalntng faore, Wills Street East. Also, at same time and pleoe, — ■jq SECTIONS yj In the Township of Bakala, as fellows : — T B.'B 26, 83, 86, 121, 124, 208, 214, 216. 218, 292, 292, 295, 297. On referenoe to the Maps of the Townships It will be obeotved a number of those Seotions are oentrally situated, having been purohased from the Crown at some of the first sales, and some adjoin long estab Hehed business promliea, and In the course of a few years should prove rery remunerative Investments, Terms 10 per oent oash, JO per omt In four months, the balanoe within twelve months! All bearing interest at 6} per oent per annum. Bale at 11.30 o'clock. """Ir. bullock, *8&0 Auctioneer. PRELIMINARY ADVERTISEMENT. TattersaU's, West Street, Aohburton. MR D. THOMAS baa received In aliructionfl from Mk D. Bbjok, to hold a Sji'e a* aboye, oh a bo Pffiifcnt Hor«8 Light Horses Pwfgy Pfl>r o .ueite, 2 Drays, Harness, Two 3-furrow and Two 2-furrow Ploughs. Also— Draught Stallion " QUALITY JOCK" 5 years, by Pride of Scotland - Dam Bonny Belle by Refrew Jock. A Sure JToal Getter, L, M D. THOMAB,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2207, 23 August 1889

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