and with it briog pood beal'h. Of times difeiee, or parthHy deoayei food causes flickuots, aausaa. aad diarrhroi. Tf tho bowels me cleansed f'om th's imparity with a dope of S IGEL'a OP BATING* PILLS, theoe d'Bagreeable efft;ct3 will vauiah end good hiakh will result. aEIGEL'B OPERATING PILLS pro vent ill r fEecta from exooaa ia eating or i dj inking. A good doae lit bee time rendsfe a person fit for business in the mornin?. Tlkbo Pilia, being BURar-coßted,~ars pleasaut t) «ako. Tho disagreeable* ttwtf conamoa to mo-st pil'a ii obviatad PROPRIETORS i A.J. WHITE, Limited LONDON, Eng. OR SALE BY ALL GHEmFsTS. DRUGGISTS AND MEDICINE VENDORS* Wo olipthe following important teetimonip from the " Illawarra Mercury " (N.S.W.) o' the 30th March. It needs no comment:— " Mr John Loveday, o! the Bulli Mountain, w_t itea to us that after Buffering for four years with acute gravel, be has experienced almost complete relief by using Sander and Sons' Eucalypti Extract. He aaya seeing the said Hxtraot advertised in the 'Illawarra Mercury,', his intense suffering induced him to obtain a bottle of the medioine from Mr ■ Hoaking, ohemist, of this town, and that the use of it gave him great relief at once. He states that between the 10th March instant, when he obtained the first bottle of the extraot, anp the 19th, the use of that medioine continued to afford him relief, to which he had been a stranger for four years. M.T Loveday writes also that he has found the Eucalypti Extrao a care for rheumatism as well as gravel, He requests us to publish this information through the < Meroury.' We have muoh pleasure in complying with Mr Loveday'a request, whose word cannot be .doubted, and who oan have no objeot in view other than a [are desire to benefit suffering humanity."— Advt. 2
SLAUGHTERING LICENSE. I HEREBY give notice that I intend at the County Council meeting in May next to apqly for a Slaughtering License for large and small Cattle for R.S. 22004. ALEXANDER HARVEY. Mount Somers, March 22nd, 1890. 4 3 slauglterTlicense, I HEREBY give notice that at the next meeting of the Ashburton County Council I intend applying fora Slaughter License for large and small cattle on Section 19 and ; 20, Block VI, Rakaia Suburban Lots. . THOMAS DOWLING, 4 2 Rakfljfc rpENDERS are invited tor puTßuog, a JL House (near Valetta Railway Scation) for Mr J. Coskerie. Plans and specifications can be seen at my office. Tenders close at 12 o'clock on SATURDAY, 12th inst. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted; 4,46 , R. BIRD, Architect. NOTICE. rTHE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETJ_, ING of Members of the Ashburton Caledonian Society, will be held in the Lodge room of the Oddfellows' Hall, Ashburton, on SATURDAY, April the 12th inst., at 7.30 p.m., to receive Directors' report and Balance Sheet, and to elect Officers for the ensuing year. T. SEALY, : 4J42 Hon. Secretary. , THE GREATEST CURIOSITY ON EARTH. A HORSE WITH~FOUR HORNS. BRED IN NEW ZEALAND. rpHE above Unique Marvel of Nature JL is now on view at Montgomery's Buildings, Burnett Streeb. (Next door to Stephens' Brothers, Grocers.) NO HUMBUG ! EVERYBODY SHOULD SEE IT! Admission Sixpence Dissolution of Partnership, 1645 A'°RE3°F^m 1645' DRAUGHT STALLI3N. PKIZE HORSES AND POKIKS. PRI2E AYRSHIEES. GOOD SHEEP, IMPLEMENTS, &o. 3 STACKS OF OATS. MR I>. THOMAS hsa received inctrucHoi.iH from Messrs Clabk Bkos., of Br most 1, («'bo are dissolving Partnership) ta aoll by Public Auction ton the farm known as White's, neai Dromoie Ruiiway Station, on FRIDAY, Uth APRIL, 1890, he whole o* bhn Land comprised In the farms known n» Whites acd Woodiakds, coDtutaing 1645 actrco more or leaa.
ALLoE their PJRIZB DRAUGHT, Gelding »Dd Mnre?, and PRIZE PONIES, which, as ft lot, caunoi; bo beaten Id Canterbury, ALL r.f vhn'B PnTZM iYRSHIBE Herd, 42 B>ad, d<B)enool fam, Higgle Warncok aDd old Sir Redmond. "1 "1 A A !** Orn?B £qll month IiUU ewe 5?. 770 Oi'Cß3br(-'d LAMB 3« -1 t* Longbeach Lotcauter BAMS. Also— Sp'endid P ant ofinßio'i^g of 5 Farm Drays with Franks, Spting Diay, Old Buggy, 3 McOorniick String B ndere, 22ft. Broadcaot Fow'ng Machines, Sirlppor, Troughs, Blaokewitbg' and Uarpenteio' Tools, 4 i-'ets 4 Lefcved Hnrjowa. 21 Eotee-covero Largo quantity of good Harness, 20*0 Empty Backs, Barb and P tin Wire, 2 Cambridge Rollers, 5 400-Gallon Tanks • Portable Whare Dso Hatrows, Duncan Drill, 4 3-furrow P on^ha with goar oomplete. 3 Biding H. diliff, i d a very L:rgo qanntity of use* fuUon^riisj. i Thu fiMftiilon of 8.%c0t lets,.J'arnaars and o'bora is espeoielly direced to this Bale, 0 cota^nt on my psrt regarding the qualify of the an'mala Is however tendered tslmoat aorer«fß>ry na the majority of tbetn are Wrll known, having been prJzoUkera tt msry <>f. tbe Agricultural Shows in the Province I h&va beea requested to lotlmato tfcat Mdears Clark Biroa will not allow any cx'rn Stock to be offared at this eale.EO that Bayert may depend Itbey are purchaefng THKIR STOCK only—h gasr.inteo in itcelf that they are I »a repreßentedj viz,, FIRST.OLAbB. i Evety lot rffjred will bs Sold to the Highest Bidder. N.B Pasren^cra from Obirietohatoh by r the 7.30 tr?n bo at D'oniote In time ' for tbess'o clso '.htße by Firut train horn Timura, \ '.1 ,;:.; Totms oiey, ■'« Sa!e« Luoohcon Pt^rldod. Sale at 12 o'clock. D; THOMAS, AobbußtODjß
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume xii, Issue 2395, 8 April 1890
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