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Canon Liddon is progressing rapidly with his " Life of Dr. Pusey." During March the public debt of the United States was reduced 14.2353.Ud01. There are 219 students at tho Texas State University, thirty of them young women, who are classed with the men. The Franklin Institute of the State of Pensylvania have resolved to open in Philadelphia an International Exhibition of Electricity on September 2nd ne^x Thh Bad and vvobtbxsss are never imitated or counterfeited. Thia is especially true of a family medicine, and it v positive proof that the remedy imitated is of the highest value. As soon as it bad been tested and proved by tho whole world that Hop Bitters was the purest, host and moetvaluablefamilymedicineonearlhjEany imitations sprung up and began to steal the notices in which the press and the people of the country had expreeuod the merits of H. 8., and in <*very way induce suffering invalids to use their sf&B instead, expecting to make money on the credit and good name of H. l>. H&ny others started nostrums put up in similar style to H.B V with variously devibed names, in which the word ox "Hops" were used in a way to i ■_'>• people to believe they were the *a Hop Bitters. All such pretended remedies or cures, no matter wuat their stylo or name is, and especially those with the word "Hop" or "Hops" in their mune, or in any way connected with them or their name, are imitations or counterfeits. Beware of them. Touch none of them. Use nothing but genuine American Hop Bitters, with a bunch or cluster of groen Hops on the white label, and Dr. Soule'e name blown in the glass. Trust nothing else. Druggists and Chemists arc tvarnca against dealmsr in imitations or wv.Uiter feita.—PAnvr. I

§uUwfeeMraK Bankruptcy. ItiliiiUM^ nPIHB "PRESS" is an authorised X GAZETTE for all Notices nndes the Debtors and Creditors Act. ___ IN the Supreme Court of Bankruptcy holden at Christehnroh—ln the matter >f the Bankruptcy Act 1883 and in the matter of Gxokgk Ferris Marshali, of 3onthbrid?e in the county of Selwyn&nd :olony of New Zealand Chemist a bankrupt—Notice is hereby given that a meeting of the creditors of the abovenamed jankrupt will be held at the office bt tho >fficial Assignee old Government Buiidinirs 3hristchuroh on the 28th day of July'lßß4 it 10 o'clock in the forenoon to consider *ub replication by the said bankrupt fornia hseharge.—Dated at Christchurch this 23rd lay of July 1883. E. C. LATTER, Assignee. NOTICE ia hereby given that Wednesday the thirteenth day of August next ie the day_ appointed by tins Honorable Court for considering an application by the raid bankrupt for an order granting him his discharge pursuant to the said Act.— Dated this twenty-eighth day of June 1884. MeCONNEL & DOUGLAS. 7-24 2386 Solicitora for the Bankrupt. eoTerwatettt Notices ALTERATION OF TIME OP MEETINGS op LAND BOARD, CHRISTCHURCH. PROVINCIAL DISTRICT OF CANTERBURY. NOTICE is hereby given, that the MEETINGS of the LAND BOARD at the Principal Land Office, Christelmrch, will in future take place every ALTERNATE THURSDAY, »t Noon, eonvmencing frem THURSDAY, the 17th day ofJuly,lßß4. WALTER KITSON, Chief Commissioner Land Board. Land Office, Christchurch, 16th July, 1834. 7-17 2628 Public Companies. CO - OPERATIVE \y FREEHOLD LAND ASSOCIATION, LIMITED, CHRISTCHURCH. Office: 159 Armagh street.—The Directors of the above Association invite OFFERS of BLOCKS of LAND in the Suburbs o£ Christchurch. Particulars to be sent in by noon of the 26th met. to Henry Waobxa* f, Secretary. -Bth: July, 1884. 7-10 ffiW 1 STANDARD FIBE AND MARINE TB* SUBANCE COMPANY OP NEW " • ZEALAND. "VTOTICE is Hereby Given, that tho SHARE TRANSFER BOOKS of this Company will be CLOSED frem FRIDAY, Ist AUGUST, to SATURDAY, 30th AUGDST, both inclusive. THOMAS E. FISHES, General Manager. Dunedin, 21 et July, 188-i. 7-S4 2874 Ejection Notices. . CHEVIOT ELECTION. I HEREBY give notice that the OFFICIAL DECLABATION of the POLLING for this district will bo ANNOUNCED at Amberley Eesident MfteJetrate's Court on SATO ED AY, July 26tb, 1884, at noon. BEGINALD FOSTER, 7-23 2848 Returnifig-Ofllcer. TO THE EDITOS OF THE PEESS. SIR,— Throußh. the medium of your colnmna I OFFEE MY SINCERE THANKS to the ELECTORS who have Supported mc during the Late Campaign, 7-24 2887 PETER DUNCAN, Loburn. NOTICE. I RESPECTFULLY request that all CLAIMS on account of Printing, Ac, in connection with my Candidature ike forwarded to mc as early as possible for settlement. 7-84 2*72 T. I. JOINT. LINCOLN ELECTORAL DISTRICT. riTHE following~is the GENERAL X STATE OF THE POLL at the Election held on the 22nd July, 1881, for the Electoral District of Lincoln s— O'Callaghan. Saunders. Prebbleton 44 95 Spreydon 88 80 Lincoln ... ... 78 61 Springeton ... ... £6 ' 37 Total 260 283 Informal Votes 12 Majority for O'Callaghan ... 3 I, therefore, declare ME ARTHUR PYNE O'CALLAGHAN to be DULY ELECTED as Member for the above Electoral District in the House of Eopreaentatives. CHARLEB LLEWELLYN DAVEES, 7-24 2873 Returning Officer. TO THE ELECTORS OF AVON. GENTLEMEN,—Now that the Genera! \JC Elections are over, I beg to tender my cordial thanks to ray staunch supporters. Although not placed .it the head of the poll, I have no doubt, if the electors had folly understood my view,* and principles, I should have been, in which cose it would have been, my ambition to be the Premier, as I feel myself quite as capable of making up a budget as those who have gone before mc. You have all heard of tho Bard of Avon Shakespeare, the greatest; poet England ever produced. Why should not the Avon in New Zealand produce the greatest Statesman. Aβ another election will be shortly forthcoming, another chance lies before you. Hoping by that time circumstances will hare altered, asdt you will be clear of tbe trammels in which. you are at present involved, and bo FREE to use your UNBIASED judgment in the election of a, member. It id, no doubt, ia a great measure excusable, -when eorely pressed by the canvassers. Many of you, to my certain knowleJge, have said in tha words of the apothecary, "My poverty, and not my will, consents," Again thanking you for your kind support. Yours ever at command. 7-24 2863 J^ A, WILLIAMS. SHEFFIELD COURSING CLUB. TEINTRIES for the Vice - c JjJ Plate, £3 Zβ, and Maiden Puppy Stakes, Sβ. CLOSE at 9 p.m. on THURSDAY, 24th inat&nt. Nβ entry taSrca after that hour. Telegraph Office olosea at 5 p.m. Trophy, valued .£5 ss. added to state. GEO. ALF. KEYS. r-22 28tl Hon. Seeretaiy, fil

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