tables. ■ Accordingly he walked straight into the Conversation-Seal devoted to trenie-et-qaarante, and took up a strategic Station to the right of the chief croupien is appearance created a lively sensation! half-a -dozen chairs were obsequiously 'll profferred to him by the officials, but he > declined them upon the ground that, as he only intended to remain at the tame for a minute or two, it would not be -worth his while to sit down. He then addressed himself to the enterprise of rel covering the price of his wife’s new paraf sol, by setting two louia on the blacki Black won, whereupon, taking up hit gains, he left his original stake onthq table and lost it bv the next coup. These ho"haa rpsolved ; to. wm—to, the goodJ dimed hi?,., poeS#-book. Presently hia he began tol borrow from the bank. Hour after hour! with brief and intermittent flashes of luck, dSlusivSly encouraged him to persiab. hq strove to pay. fpr-the parasol at the . dx- ■ fessiftel opbia- 'Owti institution. :: -'Wheh,' ; theHablea closed at eleven p.m., oSfti.fefeno found ; to his oxtreme" Vexation] and diagtlSt’thaithifl' wife’s'forgetfulness; SKnf eiaotly three thousand sixi ' r ' \ Holloway’s Debility.— \ 5 watching thaix dhev nervous-: system—upon it .lifej itselfiai These-pills are dftf ■ S&engt beners of the jßwvSgKiißdA? safestjgfUfiW finfe- Nauep? "bgai^h e^, nunihqess t -.qnd menfcoftteh. Thfey, dkpatch in a &&>mIWSSW^« p p“ t hrtlfe tfcnfiP 7 B6ffi t 'fep r Stlo usS *^jHtites'.-'aAd : ’confined domWdhly atcbnibanyllnfg signs of defective or derange hemus''power. • Hollowasfß PffisSircTsartlcularly recommended to persons-of studious and" sedentary habits,' who gradually sink into a nervous and, debilitated state, unless' 1 some such restorative be occa-
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 500, 24 November 1881
Ashburton Guardian Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 500, 24 November 1881
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