Sir Julius Vogel. —The Wellington correspondent of the New Zealand Herald hears that private letters received fr om Sir Julius Vogel indicate the probability of his coming out shortly to press his claims against the colony for remuneration on account of services in raising the last loan, but that there is not the remotest prospect of his remaining in the colony or re-entering New Zealand politics. Holloway’s Ointment and Pills combine both sanitive and sanative powers in a high degree—by the former term is understood their ability to preserve health, by the latter their capability to restore healah. With these remedies at hard no invalid need be at fault to gude h'mself O' - herself safely through the many tuals to wl ich everyone is subjected during our long and oltlimes inc'ement winters. Coughs, colds, ulcerated throats, diptheria, whooping cough, can be successfully treated by well rubbing this Ointment upon the chest, and by taking the Pills. During damp foggy weather asthmatical sufferers will experience the utmost possible relief from the inunction of the ointment, and all tenderchested persons will save endless misery by adopting this treatment. —[Advt.] J
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 321, 18 April 1881
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 321, 18 April 1881
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