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Holloway's Pills.—With changing temperature the digestion becomes impared liver disordered, and mind despondent. 'Ihe cause of these irregularities is easly removed by the use of HoUoway's Ointment and Pills. They directly attack the source of the evil, remove all impurities from the circulation, restore the affected organs to their natural state, and correct all defective secretions. An easy means of restoring health and strength is supplied by Holloway's Pills and Ointment. These famous medicines are blood renovating remedies, who3G influence reaches, to the great centres of the nervous system, purifies the circulation, induces a healthy state of the bodily powers, gives tone to the stomach aud brain, producing physical and mental vigor, and imparting a relish for food.

Public Notices. "\TEW BOOKS, NKW MAPS, JLM NEW STATIONERY, NEW PICTURES, NEW SCRAPS, FOR THREE DAY'S ONLY. j. bootSroyix BOOKSELLER & STATIONER. 10 32 ASHBURTON CADET VOLUNTEERS. A GOVERNMENT Inspection parade will be held at the drill-shed on Tuesday next, 7th inst, at 7.30 p.m. Every member must attend. W. St. G. DOUGLAS, Major. Ashburton, 2nd October, 1890. 10"16 ASHBURTON BOWLING CLVIi. rfIHE Annual General Meeting of the I ' above Club will be held at the office of Mit David Thomas on MONDAY, the 6th insfc., at 7.30 p.m. Persons intending to join are requested to attend. R. M. CUTHBERTSON, 10 28 Hon. Sec. TAARKEST AFRICA, cheap edition, JL/ now arrived. First supply limited. New Books, New Stationery, New Fancy Goods and Novelties all at reduced prices. Large assortment of New Music of every description. Pianos on hire and for sale on terms. Orders received for Bookbinding of every kind.—L. F. Andeewes &Co. f I "TENDERS are invited for the erection JL of a Club House for the Ashburton Club. Plans and .specifications maybe seen at our office, where tenders are to be sent m not later than four o'clock p.m. on MONDAY, October 20th. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. FOOKS & SON, 10§24 Architects. NEW ZEALAND~RAILWAYSi RESUMPTION OF ORDINARY TIMETABLE. A FTER the sth October the Ordinary jljL. Timetable, which was. m force before the temporary reduction of train services on 3st September, will be RESUMED. . 10t7 BY ORDER. MX S. B. SEYMOUR, SURGEON-DENTIST CHRISTCHURCH, WIIL VISIT ASHBURTON on dates to be announced, and may Jbe consulted at MR. CAMBRIDGE'S, CHEMIST. . 10_17

TO THE ELECTORS OF ASHBURTON ELECTORAL DISTRICT. r-\ E.NTLEMEN,— I take leave to oftcr myself as a candidate for your suffrages at the forthcoming general election. In the meantime, I may say:— . . j That I am not m favor of substituting a Land and Income Tax for the Property Tax at the present time, and would not support such a change until thoroughly satisfied that no additional burden would be placed on the shoulders of our farmers, on whose success nearly everything else depends. j Should circumstances arise which would I allow of some reductions m our taxation, I think these should come off the necessaries of life—such as tea and svgar— rather than the Property Tax. Being a firm believer m Local Government, I am m favor of amending the Licensing Laws m such a manner as would give the people the power to reduce the number of licensed houses m their district. This, I think, would be to the '• interest of the public, the interest of the publicans, and greatly to the improve-. ment of our liquor. I I will support nothing that will be likely to render our present system of Educa- j tion less efficient, and should consider it my duty to support Mr Pyke's " Private I Schools Bill," for I believe such would i lead to an improvement of the'present' system, and be a standard for it to! measure itself by. _ | I am m favor of immediate legislation } m the direction indicated by the Sweating < Commission. The evils therein exposed cannot be allowed to exist amongst a free people. I intend to address the doctors at the | various centres, due notice of which will be given. Yours faithfully, JAMES BROWN. Wakanui, October 3rd, 1890, 10§25(

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2535, 4 October 1890

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