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The older a sparkling coquette or a fashionable belle grows the more matchless she becomes. “You will observe from this word pater,” said a schoolmaster to his .pupil, “the great llexibility of the Latin language. Pater is a father ; and here we have patruus, an uncle ; and propatruus, a great-uncle on the father’s side. Can you make any such change in our language ? Pater, partruus, porpartruus—father ; is there any way you can change father into uncle in English ?”, “ I don’t think of any,” replied young'' Hopeful, “unless you get him to marry your aunt.” Holloway's Pills. —lt is difficult. :to determine what is the more trying to health, intense cold or excessive heat, though everybody knows that sudden transitions from the one to the other teem with disease, which may in most instances be staved off by an early resort to these purifying, regulating, and strengthening Pills. This well known and highly esteemed medicine affords a safe and easy remedy for almost every constitutional wrong which climates, changes, or dietetic errors can engender’ and effectually removes any weakness self-indulgent habits may have induced. In all conditions of the system bordering on discease- indicated by apathy, listlessless, and restlessness, Holloway’s Pills will prove especially serviceable in begetting a vivacity appreciated by both sound and'sick.

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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 219, 17 December 1880

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Untitled Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 219, 17 December 1880