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A Valuable Bomestic.—The Adelaide Observer is responsible for the following -! “ A lady engaged a raw new servant, who, ■crammer/ professed to be worthy of fabu- -:> lout' wages, 'and had only left her last plscC because the locality or the society . did hot snit her. The new Phillis was "instructed to prepare' a hare for dinner, onAndatt hoar afterwards came up in great trouble. i ' i ‘ Sure, ma’am, waß it to prepare 1 T; thP ‘Cratur for'dinner ye axed me 1 Its mo tWO arrum* are aching wid picking the ‘ /l 'baate, and sons a bit clane is itnowi’ ■ Sho had been trying to pluck the hare 'Bite Afowl 1” This seems to be an old t<jokfcWhred. 1 ' Pills; LiV^r' 'Complaints.—The digestion cannot he ;,Jodg’SO'kcriously disordered without the de* fjoigCnfeit Being perceptible on the counten-. ance. ; These pills prevent .both unpleasant consequences; shey improve the appetite and with' the increase of desire for food, they poweiw of digestion And assimilation in the stomach* -.Holloways Fills deal' most satisfactorily with deranged or diseased conditions of the many organs engaged in extiaciingflourishjDSnt for our. bodies from our. various as , the liver, .stomach, and bowels. hyer all of which they exercise the •" most sunlaiy control. By resorting at ah early ' stage.of'this malady to these: purifiying and laxative 1 the dyspeptic is speedily restored ' 'fel 1 health' and Strength, - and his sallowness ; gnpbiaßy vanishes.—*{Advt.] 1 *

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 784, 3 November 1882

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 784, 3 November 1882