The War. —As we go to press, an Age cablegram informs us that Italy is mobalizing to co-operate in the control of Egypt, Europe concurring. Arabi Pasha has a plentious supply of provisions and ammunition. It is* reported that the salt water canal condensers are sufficient for the troops only. Davish Pasha has returned to Stamboul. McPherson is in command of the Indian contingent. Kamleh and Aboukir are occupied. Hou.oway’s rru.s.—A certain cure for Headaches, Idle, Loss of Appetite, and Lowness of Spirit.—These Pills can be taken without danger from wet or cold, and require no interruption from business or pleasure. They act mildly on tiie bowels, strengthen the stomach, and promote a health action of the liver, whereby they purify the blood, cleanse t.ie skin, brace the nerves, and invigorate the whole system. They effect a truly wonderful change in a debilitated constitution, as they create a healthy .appetite, correct indigestion, remove bile, giddiness, headache, and palpitation of the heart. Plain directions for the use of this medicine, at once so mild and efficacious, are affixed to each box.
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 696, 24 July 1882
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 696, 24 July 1882
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