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New Zealand Tablet, Rōrahi XII, Putanga 27, 24 Whiringa-ā-nuku 1884, Page 14
An elastic step, buoyant spirits, and clear complexion, are among the many desirable result 3of pure blood. The possessor of healthy b'ood has his faculties at command, and enjoys a clear and quick perception, which is impossible when the blood is heavy and sluggish with impurities. Aver's Sarsaparilla is the best blood purifier and vitahzer known. r The Glendale Land and Colonisation Company offer to colonists" the long-desired opportunity of settlement on good land, within reach of the advantages of civilization, and in a neighbourhood in- habited by respectable people. Queensland is a conntry of unlimited resources, of great natural beauties, and an agreeable and healthy climate, and a well effected settlement there must result in indepen- dence, if not positive affluence. The advertisement of the Company will be found in another columD. Read this.— ln consequence of the Dissolution of Partnership on September 2, we are compelled to raise a large sum almost im- mediately, and we shall offer the whole of our Stock at Cost Price for a few weeks, including all the New Goods which we have just opened up. It will pay you to call during our Great Dissolution Sale Carter aud Co., Ready-Money Drapers and Direct Importers, 60 and 2 George Street— Note.— Dressmaking by Mrs. Carter. Best ia the city. Lowest charges. [Advt.] In France the plague continues to produce its mixture oE tragic and farcical incidents. Clovis Hugues, the poet and Radical member for Marseilles, accompanied the Ministers who paid a visit to the plague-stricken city tor the purpose of arresting the panic, and has given a painfully graphic account of the sights in the hospital. The limbs of the patients are black and icy nothing shows life but the eyes, which look staring aud enlarged through the attenuation of the rigid faces. They express nothing but indifference, and when some of the visitors pressed the hand of a boy of twelve he made no sign, did not even turn to look at his visit.r, but kept his eyes steadily fixed on the sun-lighted blue sea. which he could see from his bed A lady whose husband died in one of the small towns outside Marseilles has been refused by the mayor permission to see the corpse of her husband or even to enter her own bouse, and has to encamp in tbe open air. Instances of heroism alternate with the terrible prevalent cowardice. The Sisters of Charity are true to duty.