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Lyttelton Times, Rōrahi VIII, Putanga 518, 21 Whiringa-ā-nuku 1857, Page 2
Ifc Prepared to undertake the' sale'and J_ purchase, of Horses &c on Co • solicits- a -share of the public^ | Ghi-fetchurchi Sept.,2lst, 1857. [-) NOTICE tO MASONsT "~" rpHE Provincial Government are «« X pared to receive Tenders for bui£; s^ty-six yards of sewer, leading from the «S yard,. Lyttelton, into the^goUy-behmd^OJS fctreet. ~V I<* A plati ancLspecifications of,the work niav X seen after Tuesday, the "2iDt"h instant at t£ 9 Police;office,,Lyttelton,^ at;w.hich..placlpar£ wishing to contract for the work are requS to attend with their tenders at 12 o'clock lf« = day, the 26th instant. ' Mon' The Provincial Government will not be bound to accept the lowest or any tender. • E. DOBSON, run -* uvr Tir , Provincial Engineer. Office of Public Works, Christchurch, Oct. 15, 1857. N A MARVELLOUS REMEDY " , S£>B A MAR V E L'L.O USAGE!! HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT. THE GRAND EXTERNAL REMEDY. j By' the aid of a microscope, we see i millions of little openings on the surface of our;bodies. Through these this Ointment when rubbed on the skin, is carried to any organ or inward .part. Diseases of the Kidneys, disorders of the Liver, affections ot the Heart, inflammation of the Lungs Asthmas, Coughs, and Colds, are % its means effectually cured. Every housewife knows that salt passes freely through bone or meat of any thickness. This Healin* Ointment far more readily penetrates any bone or fleshy part of the living body, curing the most dangerous inward complaints that cannot be reached by any other means. J ERYSIPELAS, RHEUMATISM, AND SCORBUTIC HUMOURS. No remedy has ever done so much for the cure of diseases of the skin, whatever form they may assume, as this ointment. Scurvy, Sore Heads^ Scrofula, or Erysipelas, cannot:-long- withstand its influence. The inventor has travelled over many parts of the -globe, visiting the principal hospitals, dispensing the ointment, giving advice as to its application, arid has thus been the means of restoring countless numbers to health. SORE LEGS, SORE BREASTS, WOUNDS AND . ULCERS. Some of the most scientific surgeons rely solely on the use of this ointment, when having to cope with the worst cases of sores, wounds, ulcers, glandular swellings, and tumours. Professor Holloway has despatched to the East large shipments of this ointment, to be used in the worst cases of wounds. It will cure any ulcer, glandular swelling, stiffness, or contraction of the joints, even of twenty years standing. PILES AND FISTULAS. These and other similar distressing complaints can be effectually cured if the ointment be well rubbed in over- the parts affected, and .by otherwise following the printed directions around each pot. BOTH THE OINTMENT AND PILLS SHOULD BE USED IN THE fOLLOWING'DISEASES. Bad. Legs . . . Gout Bad Breasts Glandular Swellings Burns ■ Lumbago Bunions piles Bites of; jMoschetoes Rheumatism and Sand Flies Scalds Coco-bay, Sore Nipples Chiego-foot Sore Throats Chilblains Scurvy V Chapped hands ; Skin Diseases Corns (soft) / ', Sore Heads Cancers . "'Tumours Contracted and "Stiff Ulcers Joints • Wounds Elephantiasis Yaws Fistulas ; " Sold at the Establishments of PbofessoE Holloway, 244, Strand, (near Temple Bar,) ■■London,' arid "80, Maiden' Lane;' New York ; also by all respectable; 'Druggists and -Dealersl }in'<Mediciries''* throughout the civilized -world, at;' the following prices :— Is. 3d., 3s. Qd., and 55. , each Pot. ' fl^r-' There; : is;c6nsiderable saving by taking, the larger, sizes. N.B. directions for the guidancei'of patients in every disorder are'aflixed to eacfl Pot. Agent for Lyttelton :—A. Bayfeild.