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The services of tlje Salvation Army on Sunday were of a commemorative character, having special reference to the de^ith of the late Mrs Booth. The attendance of the public at all the services was satisfactory, and the addresses itlgalt particularly with the life and work of the diseased lady, and generally with the uncertainty al life on the eartli and the necessity lor be^ng teady for the life to come, We regret to learn from the Kaikouraand Marlborougii files that last week Mr Jesse Baxter, a well-known name m Ashburton Masonic circles, lost his Jife at Kaikoiira m a boating accident. With hts partner m the boat —Mr Walter Robb—he had been out fishing, when a heavy roller upset the boat, and both men were drowned. Mr Baxter, who leaves a wife and three children, was an early member oi £h§ Ashburton Somerset Lodge, and was a Chj^Wj.' m§mber of the ftaijfonra Lodge, DEAF FORTY YEARS. Thodesorip tion of a simple remedy, by which 1 complete curii of deafness and noises mr the Uad of Forty Years' Standinarhas jijsfc been effected, will be sent FREE to any one who applies to .T. PL NjCHOMO.v' 17 i William treet, Melbourne

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2542, 13 October 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2542, 13 October 1890