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The Last Stages The released Maori prisoners left Wellington- for Taranaki yesterday afternoon. fSW District Court.— This Court will sit on Monday next. Particulars of the cases to be heard and applications to be l made will be found in the causes list, published elsewhere. Appointment. Mr David Mitchell Luckie, Government Insurance Commissioner, has been appointed DeputyCommissioner of Stamps arid Registrar of Joint Stock Companies at Wellington. Supreme Court. —The following is the list of the prisoners, now awaiting trial at the.riext sitting of this Court at Timaru, commencing on Friday next: —Edward Ford—larceny from the person ; James Oommiskey, Patrick Egan, and Hugh Boyd—‘arson ; Benjamin Bradford forgery and uttering ; George Robson—larceriy; William Gardiner—larceny ; James Mack horse stealing (two charges) ; Michael Quirk attempt to commit suicide ; Joseph James Farrell—embezzlement (3 charges) ; Martin Thyne —perjury ; John Quinn—.forgery.

Holloway's Pills.—Weary of Life.— Derangement of the liver is one of the most dangerous of: diseases, and the most prolific source of those melancholy forebodings which arc worse than death itself. A few doses of these 1 noted Pills act magically in dispelling low spirits, and repelling the covert attacks made on the nerves by excessive heat, impure atmos 4 pheres, over-indulgence, or,, exhausting excite-, ment. The most .shattered icohstifution PnJay derive benefit from Holloway’s Pills, which will regulate disordered action, brace the nerves, increase the’energy of the intellectual faculties, and revive the failing memory. By attentively studying the instructions for taking these Pills, and'explicitly putting therp ,iij most desponding will soon feel confident of a perfect recovery,—[Advt.J 1

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 362, 4 June 1881

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 362, 4 June 1881

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