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[For continuation of reading matter see first paye.] Holloway’s Pills. —The chiefest wonder of modern times. —This incomparable medicine increases the appetite, strengthens the stomach, cleanses the liver, corrects biliousness, prevents flatulency, purifes the system, invigorates the nerves, and re-mstates sound health. The enormous demand for these Pills throughout the globe astonishes everybody, and a single trial convinces the most sceptical that no medicine equals Holloway’s Pills in its ability to remove all complaints incidental to the human race. They are a blessing to the afflicted, and a boon to all that labour under internal or ext emal disease. The purification of the blood, removal of all restraint from the secietive organs, and gentle aperitive action are the prolific sources of the extensive curative range of Holloway’s Pills. [Advy lerregafTT.i.i.i'uiiu.ui wraraME— — hb>

Late Advertisements. yy AKANUI ELECTION. Mr C. W. Purnell Requests the Electors to Meet him at the SOGOOLHOUSE, FELMINGTON, ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, At 7.30 p.m. 201 d mHE GUARDIAN is on every Tea A- Table in Ashburton. TT EDUCATION Act, 1877, Debtors JPj and Creditors Act, and Amendment Acts, Forest Trees Planting Encouragement Act, 1871, to be had at the Guardian Office, next Matson, Cox and Co.’s, West street.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 502, 26 November 1881

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