A large body of police attended Mr Gladstone during his sojourn for the Easter holidays at Ha warden. Yellow fever is increasing in Arizona, and the fights between the citizens and the ruffians known as “ cow-boys” are of the bloodiest kind.
The electors of Northampton in a mass meeting, approved of Bradlaugh’s course, and authorised the Executive Liberal and Radical Union to sign a petition to the House, praying that he be heard at the bar in support of their claim of the right to be represented in the House by speech and vote of a duly elected member. Little Johnny’s Tale.—“ Once there was a man who didn’t bleeve in drinkin wotter, cos heed tuk a noshen into his bed that wotter was weekmn to the boddy, so he drank logger beer all the time, and told everybody that was the way to be a sentenarian. But one day he seen a piece in a paper wioh said that logger was morn 90 per cent, wotter. He was mity tuk down, and said heed thot ol along that logger was too thin for the human system, and he lade in a big kag of wine. After heed drunk the wine most 01, he told a kolego professer he guessed a man which drunk wine wud live to be 120 years old. But the kolege professor he told him that wine was aity per cent, wotter. Then the man lie felt offle bad, and he ast the kolege professer if he didn’t kno of a drink wich didn’t have no water in it. Then the kolego professer ho laft, and he said he gest absloot alkoholl wud fil the bil. So he went to a potekerry and hot a pint of absoloot alkoholl, and when he went home he drank it ol up. Then he laid down on hi» bed, and kolled his wife and children around him, and he sed— ‘ Mi wife and children, line goin to die cos Ive drunk so much wotter all my life. Lern from mi sad fait to esohu drinkin wotter.’ Then he dide, and his widder and orfuns felt dreffle had cos heed been a .wood husband and father.”
Holloways Ointment and Pills.— Diseases of the Bowels.—A remedy, which has been tested and proved in a thousand different ways, capable of eradiating poisonous taints from ulcers and healing them up, merits a trial of its capacity for extracting the internal corruptions from the bowels. On rubbing Holloway’s Ointment repeatedly on the abdomen a rash appears, and as it thickens the alvinc irritability subsides. Acting as a derivative, this unguent draws to the surface, releases the tender intestines from all acrid matters, and prevents inflammation, dysentery, and piles, for which bhstering was the oldfashioned, though successful treatment, now from its painfuluess fallen into disuse, the discovery of this Ointment having proclaimed a remedy possessing equally derivative, yet. uer(ectly painless powers.—[Advt.]
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 632, 10 May 1882
Ashburton Guardian Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 632, 10 May 1882
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