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Many of our readers w ill learn Avith regre Ihat Mrs Marten, wife of the Rev \V. B Marten, died at the parsonage, E-mgiora on Saturday last, after a long and painful ill--1 ness. The deceased lady was buried m the. . Wesleya.ii Cemetry, at Lyttelton, where two other members of the family are interred. The Rev Mr Marten was the first Wesleyan minister appointed to the Asliburton ciivuit, and made many friends during his residence here. Much sympathy is expressed by a wide circle of friends with the bereaved family. SANDER AND SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. —In protection of the world Avide fame our manufacture has acquired all over the globe, we publish the following :— Hazard, M.D., Professor of General Pathology and Diseases of the Mind and Nervous System, says m an editorial published m the "Clinical Record":—"We have examined half-a-dozen specimens of different manufactures ; 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 stands, according to Dr Owen, foremost m causing injurious 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 another 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 eel warranted m expo ing the above facts, and desires the public to exercise care and precaution when buying,' SANDER and SON 4 (Advt.) 7 HOLLOWAY S OINTMKNT ANi>PILLS.— Colds, Coughs, shortness of Breath.—These maladies require early and unremitting attention, for if neglected they often end m asthma, bronchitis, or consumption, The Ointment well rubbed upon the chest' and back, penetrating the skin, is absorbed and carried directly to the lungs, whence it expels all impurities. All the blood m the body, is perpetually passing through the lungs, and there all noxious particles tending to disease can be quickly, thoroughly, and permanently neutralised, rendered harmless, or ejected from the system. Holloway's Oinsmeut and Pills perfectly accomplish this purification ; and through the blood thus cleaned, the influence of these wonderful medicaments roaches the remotest part of the human body, and thus cures all diseased action, whether nernal or external.

The best medicine known is SANDER and SONS' EUCALPTI EXTRACT. Test it* eminent powerful effects m coughs, colds, influenza, etc.—the relief is instantaneous. Thousands give the most gratifying testimony. His Majesty the King of Italy, and medical syndicates all over the globe, are its patrons. Read the official reports that accompany each bottle. We have no occasion to offer rewards m proof of the genuineness of our references. The official reports of medical clinics and universities, the official communication of the Consul-General for Italy at Melbourne; the diploma awarded International Exhibition, Amsterdam—all these are authentic documents, and, as such, not open to doubt. We add here epitome of one of the various cases treated by Siegen, M.D , Professor, etc. .Burning of the right hand through the explosion of a small oil stove. The epidermis on the volar and palmer side of the hand of the thirty-year old patient was completely separated and lifted up as far as the joint of the hand. The likewise lifted nails were hanging looses and half of the phalanx of the nail of the middle finger was coaled. The wounds thus contracted healed m three weeks under daily application of Eucalypti Extract dressing. The patient has retained the full usa of the hand.—(Adv 1

FAIRFIELD ESTATE j mHE UNDERSIGNED are now Pre JL pared to SELL i IX LARGE or SMALL BLOCKS ON MOST FAVORABLE TERMS OF PAYMENT GEORGE JAMESON THOMAS BULLOCKjj Joint Agents. ASHBURTON BOROUGH COUNCIL "VTOTIOE is hereby given that all 1\ annual Licenses under the Borough Bye-Laws, namely, for Keroscene or Petroleum Carriers Hackney Carriages Drivers Public Buildings I Hawkers Will expire on TUESDAY, the 30th September instant. Applications for renewal must be made on the expiry of the old Licenses, under a penalty, m default, not exceeding Five Pounds. CHAS. E. FOOKS, Town Clerk. Borough Council Office, Ashburton, Sept. 22nd, 1890 9*121 SOUTH RAKAIA ROAD DISTRICT. mENDERS will be received up to X 3 p.m. on THURSDAY, the 2nd October, for the following works :— Maintenance of Roads for twelve months m three contracts. Re-forming and metalling new Town Roads. Cleaning round young pine trees m plantation at Village Settlement. Specifications can be seen at the Road Board Office, Souch Rakaia. Tenders to be addressed to the Chair man of the Board. A. MAKEIG, 9 103 Clerk. OUNT SOMERS ROAD BOARD Invites Tenders for the following works: — No. 1. Forming and Shingling about 49| Chains of Side Cutting, near Mount Possession, Gorge road. No. 2 Shingling about 18 chains of the Springburn Tramway road, near the Railway Station. No. 3. Supply of about 200 yards of shingle, to bo delivered on the Mount Somers Station road. Specifications can be seen at the Mount Somers Hotel, The Overseer will show contractors over No. 1 on SATURDAY, September 27, starting from the Mount Somers Hotel at 8 a.m. I Endorsed Tenders to be left at the Office not later than Noon, on MONDAY, I October 6, 1890. E. B. COOPER, 9 125 Overseer. HBUNiONSJ Buaieas should | Hwy giTi •«• KsltliLwi^l 1 ourlasr la * few HfflwKffa J 95 | Price li ttdpir box, of ill Ohoulfti. AGENCY— tt, .HAIILTOH SO., BIN

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2527, 25 September 1890

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