; Jbbsbts v. Shorthorns. —Misunder- | ijtood : Miss Argent (anxious to discover ( tjie opinion of the new curate on her - favorite costume). “I hope you don’t disapprove of jerseys, Mr Bullock 1” The litev Mr Bullock (on his hobby) . well, no, not exactly, although my experience leads , iae to prefer “shorthorns.” f . HouloWay’s Pills.—A certain cure for ijleadaches, Bile, Loss of Appetite, and Lowtjtess of Spirit. —These Pills can be taken withmfc danger from wet or cold, and require no ijaterruptiou from business or pleasure. They ilct mildly on the bowels, strengthen the i-tomachi' and promote a healthy action of the diver, whereby they purify the blood, cleanse }he skin, brace .the .nerves, and invigorate the whole system. They effect a truly wonderful change <■ in a debilitated constitution, as they ‘ifreate a healthy appetite, correct indigestion, remove bile, giddiness, headache, and palpita■iiimsbf'the heart. Plain directions for the use at once so mild and efficacious, < to each box.
Advertisements. FtpAY,' ynt JANUARY, 1882. WOOD’S STRING ALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION. BULLOCK has received injolions from the Proprietor to ulifio Auction, at the Bazaar, net, on the above date | " A WOpD’S STRING Wi 100 Zfanras and all latest 3mnearly new, r having: only acres. - Terms at gale. ■= v<ii Sale at 2 o'clock^ * ' T.-BULLOCK, - jU/ Auctioneer. B. re* er Ten Acres . GRASS LAND, blJafl'.vtitJr a Dwelling-House of 6 J ’ '* 1 about one mile from the T. BULLOCK.
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 527, 6 January 1882
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