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Aphtf<nr£-Mr &»• aP.il/AnddeirtSi irtfci-w.T tioner/his beon appoihtedflocal Mraßhrns’ hertiomtmetnts, At. If l A u I3f£#^uifa‘ikl jr meeting of the Medical Society, heht-St* 1,4 the retiring president,- - drew attentipa to £he fact that po-gtedifl -1 officer with.the. lpcal Bpsml of ’afcpoihtelj'. He A 'also members Kni eliVeriflg' Iwjfcttris oil 'shni£ say four tima ,*/yeM K . tuderation of the question of the establish* df> an inebris,t£riila(Bdt. f <T ' Holloway’s Pills. —Nervousness and want If Eaenu<— tyheorfij unstftAg/lrftyliStlessneCTHl into disease. These correct i •jfregularities and Thj? act qdndty.tjlftso eilJf^idllpoai iS digestSA and assimilation, that the wKoicboHyfii Vevivedj; than Hood ii£ iiiddeesd; HSHdITS and purer, the mujdpr>sbefcp»« firmer and strong*^'Hiriff #0 pfIIKOWJW*i systems are iuyigoist<s. A suitable for all classes am*ft* '» Sre a jmost* marvellous effect on out of condition; they'soon .j rts in fault, restore strength to the bodSf and confidence to the mind.—-[AdvLj %

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 381, 28 June 1881

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 381, 28 June 1881

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