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I Rheumatism is one of the most painful diseases. Many nre bent and physically disabled r>y the torture and suffering inflicted ly this dreadful scourge. The disease may settle m the large muscles of the back, neck, or thigh; m the joints of tbe arms or legs; or the pains may dart from one muscle to another. The pains may be constant or occasional, but all are produced by the same cause—excess of uric acid m the blood. RHEUMO is the beet, the only euro for rheumatic pains. It neutralises and drives oat the poisonous acid, relieves the pain, removes the swelling, and effects a speedy and permanent cure. A trial will satisfy you of its merits. Sold by all chemists and stores at 2s 6d and 4s 6d a bottle 3

Public Notices. Rangitata Road Board. EXTRAORDINARY VACANCY. PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given m accordance with the provisions of the "Local Elections Act. 1904," that an ELECTION of ONE MEMBER of the Rangitata Road Board, m the place of Mr O. J. Harper (resigned), will be held at the Rangitata Road Board Office, " Lismore," on THURSDAY, JUNE 22nd, 1905. Nominations m the proscribed form, must be delivered to the Returning Officer, or addressfld to him and delivered at the Road Board Office, '• Lismore," before Noon on MONDAY, June 12th, 1905. By Order, ' H. J. C. HARPER, Returning Officer. Lismore, May 31st, 1905. G 1& FOOTBALL. Prince of Wales' Birthday. ANNUAL Seven-a-Side Tournament. Caledonian Grounds, Timaru, MONDAY, JUNE sth, 1905, Commencing 11.30 a.m. Teams competing from Chriatchurcb, Ashburton, Faidie, and all Local Clubs. Admission—ls; Ladies 6d ; Children Half Price. Band m Attendance. A. SHIRTCLIFFB, 6 17 Hon. Sao. Tournament Committee, MONEY TO Lend on Approved Freehold Securities, special"sums of .£2OOO, .£BOO, and £1600. T. BULLOCK.

Rheumatism, etc., cured without Drugs. THE Higheat Medioal Authorities all agree that Electricity has Cured, and will Cure Rheumatism, Sciatica, Neuralgia, Nervouß Debility, Kindey and Liver Troubles, Lumbago, Defective Circulation, etc. Electricity supplies Strength, Vigor, Vitality ; restores Health, and. makes the Weak strong. How to apply Electricity to the body at a Moderate Price has been Solved. We have invented and patented an Electric Galvanic Battery, which will be known as "THE VICTORY." Experts say that this Patent has many advantages over the Electric Belts. Ist.—Less than quarter the coßt. 2nd.—Can be appliad to any part of the body. 3rd.—Absolutely no trouble, as the current is permanent for one year. 4th.—Comfortable and soothing, and can be worn night and day. Do not suffer when yon can be cured by Electricity. Take advantage of this Patent and send for it. PRICE only 12s 6d and 21?, posting 6d extra. Full Particulars enclosed with each " VICTORY." Jones and Sons, - WATCHMAKERS, 218 HIGH STREET, CHRISTCHURCH,

Revolution m the Bedstead Trade Holmes & Sons, Bedstead Manufacturers. TUAM STREET, CHRISTCHURCH. A NNOUNCE they are supplying the ijL Public with every description of Bedsteads at wholesale price, direct from their Factory. No middle profits; send for Illustrated Catologue and price lißt, which we will forward you by return mail. The following are a few quotations:— Iron Bedsteads, full size, from 235; Brass Rail Bedsteads from 30s; Massive Bedsteads, 2 inch posts, from 70s; Italian Bedsteads from 635. We also give the Public Is m the Pound Cash Discount. Pay us a visit when m town and we will show you the largest and best assorted stock of Bedsteads ever shown m New Zealand. HOLMES & SONS, Bedstead Manufacturers, In 111 I f: rJEJ )T (biiitcUr.l CHEF BAKING-POWDER uaraateed pure

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6585, 1 June 1905

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