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Responding to the toast of " The Farliament of New Zealand " at a recent banquet at Masterton, Mr Buchanan, member for Wairarapa, said there were' only five members, including himself, now in Parliament who were returned when he first stood in 1881. They bad only 13 men in the House representing the agricultural interests, and he regretted there were not more. He hoped the farmers would be better represented in the future. He believed that the next election would are a revolution as far as the constitution of Parliament was concerned, and they would have a healthy Parliament. What is ifc banished coughs and cold ? Woods' Great Peppermint Cure! Equally good for the young and oldWoods' Great Peppermint Cure! Better than Plasters, Drugs, or PUIb, Killing the germs of a thousand ilia, Saving a fortune in doctors' bills — Woods' Great Peppermint Cure ! Since beinjj placed on the New Zealand market the Royal Standard Pills have been in great demand. The Pills may now be obtained from all chemists and grocers in Ashburton 3 o

ETJSINESS NOTICES JUfss' P. Buchanan, l.a.b.' mEACHER oi Violin, Pianoforte JL Singing, and Theory. Besumed Teaching on WEDNESDAY, | February Ist. Comer of Cox and Williams streets | i Special Lines ... AT ... j •Special Prices. | "OLANKETS and Rugs, Woollen _D , Underwear, Ladies' Jackets and Rainproof Coats, and a Large Assortment of Seasonable Goods for Winter Wear at— f$ f*. ft 4 »?ip wtptp's km* \j* E>Auvifcslii'i. 5 Drapery, Clotning, and Boot i Warehouse. HENRY HUGHES. (Estab. 1882) TNTERNATIONAL PATENT A. OFFICE, 183 Hereford Street, Christchurch, Pamphlet tree— " Advice to Inventors." Where to Stay zn Christchurch. The TrocaderO; Manchester Street ... Chribtchubcf One Minute's walk from Station. T7INTIRELY New Building 60 Bedrooms Hi on One Flat; newly furnished j ever/ convenience. TARIFF .„ 5s Day. Special Arrangements for Boarders anc Families. Night Porter Kept. Letteis and Telegrams receive prompt attention ■ 11 43 K. C. DAVID, Proprietor. I ! I H, A. GLENIE'S | STABLES. (Late Claridge's). Tancbed Street, Ashbttrton. OEST accommodation and attention for j J_ *P Town and Country visitors. I Horses and Traps always on hire. "Wedding and Pionic Parties catered for. Horses Clipped and Broken in. H. A. GLENIE, Proprietor. Telephone No. 91. Newman's Livery Stables (Behind Somerset Hotel), Ashbarton. J. NEWMAN notifies that he haa a replaced some of hia older Vehiolss with new ones, and has put in thorough repair all his plant, so that all in need of good sound Traps for the summer season can rely on getting them at the Somerset Stables. Saddle Horses always on hiro. Best accommodation for visitors from town or country. , Wedding and Picnic Parties catered for Charges Moderate Cabs meet all Trains. Stand for Bicycles Horses clipped as arranged Telephone No. 40. J.NEWMAN, Proprietor. A DISCOUNT Ticket (equal to a Bonus of 3 to 5 per cent,) given with Every Article purchased from Fi/etcher Bros. Cash Supply Store. MOKO, the Great COUGH CUBE for Cougbs, Bronchitis. Acts like Magic. Is" 6d, Grocers and Chemists everywhere KNIVES, Forks, Spoons, Cruets, Glassware, Crockery, etc., e*c, can be Hired from Fletcher Bros, for Weddings, Dances, etc. The Hire of the above to be paid in advance. All articles must be returned clean. 6 SAMPLE National Bicycle, high grade machines, 2 ladies', 3 gents' roadsters, and one gents' path racer. To bo cleared this month. All new and gn».raateed. The G. H» Carson Cycle and Motor Works, - Tancred Street.

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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6590, 8 June 1905

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6590, 8 June 1905