(To be continued. ) Unlawful Tethering. William Marsh, baker, .was to-day fined ffive shillings, and costs for illegally tethering a horse on Mona square. A Comparison. —The officering of the British army costs £784,540 a year whilst the German army, 600,000 strong, is officered for £220,000 a year. Holloway’s Pills. —At the change of seasons many persons feel oppressed without knowing why they are so—they arc aware something within them is wrong, though they cannot detect the defected organ. A, few doses of these powerfully purifying and-eminently cooling Pills will restore regularity to every, part of the system —will cast out all impurities lurking in the feme, and will, throroughly. expel "the last traces of disorder, however obscure its cause. With Holloway’s medicine belief is insured without risk : erroneous action is rectified without disturbing natural regularity, health is“re-mstated, and with- it- return the cheerful feelings which unmistakably tell the invalid, that, all within is,right again.
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 190, 12 November 1880
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