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Prksentai ion.—-A ceremony of a pleasing character was performed at Messra P. and 1\ Dancan's local workshops on Saturday afternoon, when a presentation was made to Mr George Wallace, who, for the past seven years, has acted as the firm'd local manager, and who resigned that position to commence business on hia own account m Timarn. In a few appropriato remarks, Mr H Shepperd, on behalf of b. s fellow employees, expressed the regret at the departure of Mr Wallace, and trusted that his venture m Timaru would prove successful. Mr Shepperd then handed Mr Wallace a silver tea service, suitably m s.ribod, which he hoped wouli remind lecipient of his sojourn m Ashburton, and of the friends he. was leaving bohind him. Mr Wallace briefly returned thanks for the handsome gift and the kind expressions of opinion that had accompanied it.

A DREAD nr-EASB AND ITS REMEDY. Rheumatic pains are caused by the presence m the blood of uric acid, lactic aoid, and other foreign substances. Thi.« accumulation of acid poison must be neutralised and driven out before a cure can be effected. It is useless taking something that will merely deaden the pain— the poison needs to be expelled. BHEUMO is the one sovereign remedy which 'vill speedily and effectually cure Bheumatism, Gout, Sciatica, Lumbago, and other kindred ailments. It is the triumphant result of years of scientific experiment. It has cured thousands, and it will cure you. Put it to the test—give it a fair trial. All chemists and stores sell it, 2s 6d and 4s 6d a bottle. 1

Government Notices. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. NOTICE. EEPAIRS TO RAKAIA RAILWAY BRIDGE. Christchurch, 30th May, 1905. ON and after Thursday, Bth June, 1905, and until further notice, nil Road Traffic over the Kftkaia Bridge will be blocked between the hours of 12.30 pm. and 4 p.m. ou Tuesdays, Wedneadays, Thursdays, and Fridays,—Rakaia Sale Days excepted. Previous blocking of the Bridge from 5 a.m. to 8 a.m. is hereby cancelled, 6 74 BY "ORDER. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. DUNEDIN WINTER SHOW, JUNE 14th TO 17th, 1905. HOLIDAY Excursion Tickets at 2d per mile First Class, Id per mile Second Class, minimum 4s and 2s respectively, mileage counted one way only, will be issued to Dunodin from any station on the Hurunui-Bluff Section from June 12th to June 16th inclusive, available for return till July Ist. 6 53 Public Notices. RE OCTAVIUS DIGBY, DECEASED.

ALL Persons having Claims against the late Octavius Digby, of Aphburton, Farmer, are requested at once to send m their Accounts to the Trustees, care of— E. G. CRISP, Solicitor, Aehburton. 7th June, 1905. 6 83 Ashburton Presbyterian Church TTjTANTED—A Caretaker. For Salarj and Duties apply to W.LANB, 6 81 Secretary. A Ten-Pointer Frost Occurred Last Night AND THE SKATING SEASON HAS NOW COMMENCED. W. Bain has a large stock of the Latest Pattern Skates, from 7a 6d per pair. 6 84 Coke- Coke. Coke. WITH a little small Coal, makes a very fine winter fire. It holds the heat, and will lessen yonr Coal Account. Give your order straight away to your Coal Merchant, or at — 6 79 THE GAS WORKS. Under the patron■c $&&SmM v sS e of Colonel E Bauchop and Staff.

JST Returned ■Jr Troopers' Annual s-Jsf}s\ vwvvfut. Re-union {W£BWsfo Social. H^HThW^ To-Morrow W If Wi il Rsl THUESDAY *5~ / KllrW Oddfello>w^ Hall< gg~U' f» I. JnSL-JSL Double Ticket ss; """""?- bJ Extra Lady 2s 6d. W. H. AMOS, 6 86 Hon. Sec. CANTEEBUEY AGEICULTUEAL COLLEGE. [T is proposed to establish during the Winter ft COUESE OF LECTUEES to young Farmers as follows— (a) Agriculture (Farm Crops) (») Agricultural Chemistry (soils, manures, and plant nutrition) (o) Vetrinary Science (diseases of the horse) (d) Agricultural Botany (grasses, study of seede, and seeds of weeds}. ! Full particulars up to 17th inst. from J. B, CHEISTIAN, Secretary, FAEMEES' UNION, 6 51 Arcade.

Llewellyn Owen, (A. NX'S., L.C.M.; A. MUS., M.1.C.) Pianoforte, Organ, Singing & Com position, ARCADE CHAMBERS. Students prepared for any practical or theoretical examination of the English Academies. Quarter of 12 Lessons starting from any date. MISS P. BIMJHANAff, L.A.B. TEACHER of Violin, Pianoforte Singing, and Theory. Sesnmed Teaching on WEDNESDAY, February lgt. Corner of Cos and Williams streets

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6589, 7 June 1905

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6589, 7 June 1905

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