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The funeral of the late Mr Turiibull, M.H.R., will take place at. Timaru tomorrow. : There is now to be seen in the shop window of Messrs J. Scaly and Co., East street, a collection of apples showing some of the sorts grown at. the nurseries, Riverbank, that will repay inspection by any one who contemplates planting fruit plants. There are upwards of fifty different kinds shown, all valuable, long-keeping sorts. For size, color, and general excellence they are by far the finest that have been shown in Ashburcon this season.—(Advt.) HojjLoways Ointment and Pills.— These remedies are unequalled throughout the world for bad legs, wounds, foul sores, bad breasts, and ulcers. Used according to directions given with them there is nq wound, bad leg, or ulsers sore, however 1 obstinate or long standing, but will yield to this healing and curative propertiees Many poor sufferers who hays been patient; in the large hospitals under the care of emmet surgeons, and have derived little or no benefit from their treatment, hayebeen thoroughly cured by Holloway's Ointment and Pills. For glandular swellings, tumours piles, and diseases of the skin there isi nothing that can be used with so much benefit. In fact, in the worst forms of. disease, dependent upon the condition of the blood, these medicines, used conjointly, are irresistible. ' Certainly the Mo3t Effective MEDICINE in the world is SANDER and SONS'' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Test its eminent powerful effects in Coughs, Colds, Influenza, etc. ; the relief is instantaneous. Thousands gave the most gratifying testimony. Read this certificate :—*'24th April, 1885 — Messrs Sander and Sons, —It is with the greatest of pleasure that I testify to the excellence of your Eucalypti Extract. Having had inflammation of the bone of the leg, which came on after a severe attack of low fever, I was attended by Dr J. Boyd, who had made strenuous efforts to save my leg, but without success. He found it necessary to amputate my limb. Having heard in the meantime of the wonderful cures worked by the Eucalypti Extract, I obtained a bottle, and the extract had not been applied more than an hour when I began to feel greatly relieved. After applying the extract every four hours for nine or ten days it was out of all danger. I would persuade all who may be effected with any such disease to give the Eucalypti Extract a trial, and I am convinced that they will find it the most wonderful of medicines.—Yours, etc., E. J. Cujinow, Wattle street, Sandhurst.—(Advt.) 5 Statutory Declaration.—l, Franz Raabe Ironbark, Sandhurst, in the colony of Victoria, Australia, do solemnly and sincerely declare that on the 25th June, 1877, my son Alfred, six years of age, was accidentally hurt with an axe on his knee. lat once took all pains to secure medical assistance. However, in spite of all efforts, on the 27th August, 1877, the opinion was given by Dr Macgillivray that an amputation of the injured limb had become imperative, in order to save life. At this juncture I called on Messrs Sander and Sons, procuring some of their Extract of Eucalyptus. Globulus, and by the application o the same I had the satisfaction of seeing my son within a fortnight out of all danger, and to-day he is recovered. I may just add that it was when the crisis had been reached that the Extract referred to was first applied, and I make this solemn declaration, etc. — Franz Raabe. Declared at Sandhurst, in the colony of Victoria, Australia, this seventeenth day of October, one thousand eight hundred and seventy-seven, before me, Moritz Cohn, J.P. - Advt.) 6 NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. CHEAP EXCURSION TO CHRISTCHURCH, JULY 24th. GRAND NATIONAL STEEPLECHASES. T3ETURN FARES First Second from class, class. sd s d Timaru, Ealing, and intermediate Stations ... 9 0 7 0 Hinds, Winslow, Windermere ... .. ...86 66 Timaru, Ashburton, Dro-^ n k n more, Chertaey, Rakaia J l Children 3 to 12 years, half rates J under 3 years, free. Tickets available by the excursiou train only. The train will leave Timaru at 7.10 a.m., and be due from Rangitata at 8.27 a.m., Hinds 9.0, Winslow 9.16, Tinwald 9.28, Ashburton 9.42, Chertsey 10.13, Rakaia 10.27, arriving at Christchurch at 12.10 p.m., and will return at 4,50 p.m., leaving Rakaia at 6.56 p.m., Chertsey 7.17, Ashburton 7.55, Tinwald 8.4, Winslow 8.16, Hinds 8.32, Rangitata 9.5, arriving at Timaru at 10.20 p.m. The Excursion train will stop at all Stations if required, and will take the place of the ordinary 7»25 a.m. train from Timaru to Ashburton, 3.45 p.m. train from Ashburton to Timaru, 7.20 a.m. train from Ashburton to Christchurch, and 4.15 p.m. train from Christchurch to Ashburton, WHICH WILL NOT RUN. Passengers for the Racecourse, by the Excursion train, can alight at Sockburn and join the return train there, or leave Christchurch by Special train at 12.15 p.m. On the 24th the train from Springburn to Ashburton will arrive at Ashburton at 9.40 a.m. (due from Tinwald 9.33), and the train from Methven to Rakaia will start at 8.55 a.m., and run 2 hours 5 minutes later than timetable times ; both connecting with the excursion train to Christchurch. The train from Rakaia to Methven will start at 7.0 p.m., after arrival of the train from Christchurch, and run 35 minutes later than timetable times • On the 26th (Hunt Club Steeplechases at Christcnurch) the evening train, from Christchurch to Ashburton will start at 4.45 p.m., and run 30 minutes later than timetable times, and the train from Rakaia to Methven will run correspondingly late* than timetable times. By Order. 7 108

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2469, 19 July 1890

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