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A general meeting of the Acclimatisation Society is called for Friday evening at 7.30 at the Union Bank.

The Ambulance Association of Christchurch has resolved to form a Ladies nursing Guild for the relief of the sick poor. An influential Committee has been formed.

An interesting discussion took place at the Borough Council last evening on the subject of leasing the railway reserves—what used in times past to be called the "coal sites," The subject was introduced by the Mayor, who is to have an interview with Mr Burnett, the District Engineer, on Friday next. The Councillors were qxiite unanimous in their opposition to any leasing of the sites in East street, should such be meditated, and doubtless the burgesses will raise a strong agitation should such a contingency arise. A report of the discussion will be found elsewhere.

The usual weekly session of the Ashburton j Lodge, No. 29, 1.0. G.T., was held in the Lodgeroom, Wakanui road, on Friday last, C.T. Bro Welch presiding. There was a large amount of business transacted; and 9 , candidates were proposed and 3 initiated with the usual ceremony. The business over, the C.T. in a very neat speech took occassion to present on behalf of the Lodge to Bro's Patterson and Pearson a diploma : each, (beautifully illuminated by Bro Higgs) as a token of the members appreciation of ; their services to the Lodge as L.D, and C.T. ' respectively. Each of the Brothers suitably > responded, after which the Lodge went into harmony when songa, readings, etc., were j given by several of the members and visitors, i and a most enjoyable evening was brought \ to a close with the usual ceremony at 9.30. j

SANDER AND SONS' EUCALYPTI j EXTRACT.—In protection of the world j wide fame our manufacture has acquired all j over the globe, we publish the following:— i Hazard, M.D., Professor of General Patho-, logy and Diseases of the Mind and Nervous System, says in an editorial published in the " Clinical Record " :—" We have examined half-a-dozen specimens of different manufac- ' tures; the preparation of Sander and Sons was the only one that proved to be reliable and corresponding to scientific tests.", Another concoction called " Refined Extract of Eucalyptus" has made its appearance since. This product Btands, according to Dr ' Owen, foremost in causing usurious effects. That gentleman communicates, at a meeting of the Medical Society of Victoria, that a child living at Fitzroy became most seriously , indisposed through its use. In anteoer case a lady states on the strength of statutory declaration that she suffered cruelly from the effects of the same concoction. To guard the high reputation of our manufacture we feel warranted in exposing the above facts, and desire the public to exercise care and precaution when buying. SANDER and , SONS —(Advt.) 7

SATURDAY, MAY 31. £ Acre Section, together^with Cottage, near the Woollen Factory. MR T. BULLOCK has received instructions from Me B. Hanks to Sell by Public Auction at the Arcade on ! SATURDAY, MAY 31, His Freehold Allotment, number 22, containing \ Acre,fronting Winter's Road, AUenton, on lvhich is erected a Cottage. This property is well situated, healthy position, and near the Woollen Factory. Will be sold at a sacrifice. Inspection Invited. Terms if required. Sale at 12 Noon. T. BULLOCK, 5+156 Auctioneer. SATURDAY, MAY 31. Corner Section, together with Butcher's Shop and Dwelling House, Tinwald. By order of the Mortgagees. MR T. BULLOCK has received in-' structions to Sell by Public Auction at the Arcade on Saturday, May 31,! on account and by order of the Mortgagees. LOT 73, containing j-acre, corner of Agnes and Archibald Streets' TinI wald, on which are erected a Butchers shop with dwelling house attached, stable, cart shed, loose boxes, and other buildings. Lately in the occupation of Mr J. M. Wood. This property is very centrally situated, near the Railway Station and fronting the main thoroughfare, will be sold on exceptionally liberal terms of payment. Sale at 12 noon. T. BULLOCK, 5*158 Auctioneer. CHEAP PROPERTIES. I f" HAVE a number of Sections, together IJL with Cottages thereon, for Sale, for which owners are prepared to take Low Prices. Full particulars on application. r T. BULLOCK,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2436, 28 May 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2436, 28 May 1890

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