The Germans and New Zealand.— The Te Aroha Miner says: —“ A German gentleman was a passenger by the Vivid on Wednesday night, en route to Tongariro, which mountain, we believe, he proposes ascending. He has been commissioned by the German Government to report on the adaptibility of this colony as a field for Teutonic emigration. He is highly pleased with what little he has seen of this district.” 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 veakness 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 espicially serviceable in begetting a vivacity appreciated by both sound and sick. ,
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 272, 18 February 1881
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 272, 18 February 1881
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