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’ A Pakish ahd its Omoras ikPbison.; f§L ' ■ possesses a uarisU one.family,(fora brothers),, who seem to Wmply with*tne forma required by parochial law. They appointed one of their nmnbejc overseer,, another parish conl stable, etc-,, and -then make their own **te., tJ| dnokily, they qparrelled lately,! 'ima farming utensils, and the Bingham have, in conseparish; of Lodge-on-the -Woldsfo;r prison for two months-, ' ■ 1 ||'>HoMsdwA.v!s' Oihtmbk-’F akd Tsiis.—. mso constitutions have a. Pendency t<») rheumatism, And Are throughout f rm tell aixaL MsAßwa Ht 7 lustFlA • jk fttlirtf teJl aaro,brine, andWterwards rub ini .’They.will findit the lessening their ' agonyy, and, 1 1 completely swept ttSflh&’woul&ißa&e agiant shudderi

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 376, 22 June 1881

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 376, 22 June 1881

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