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'SPU -V- ~ [TER PRESS ASSOCIATION.! A Message from the Sea. Lyttelton, To-day. , The ship Hurunui reports speaking the ’■ ship Lady Jocelyn on Oct. 25tb. She re--I.ported that her master (Gapt. Jenkins) ' died of apoplexy on Oct. 7, in seven north latitude. ‘C Prize Piling. > Tjemtoa, To-day, The returns of the prize firing to-day .‘are as follows : Lieut. Findlay, top . score, 63 ; Pay, 56 ; Smith. 64. ‘ Fond parent to young hopeful— “ lt’s the early bird that catches the worm, my son.*’ Young hopeful “Serves the ; worm right, then, for getting up early.” Holloway's • Ointment and Pills.— ■ Outward Infirmities.—Before the discovery o these remedies many case of sores, ulcers, &c., were?pronounced to be hopelessly incurable, because the treatment pursued tended to destroy the strength it wqs incompetent topreserve, and to exasperate the symptoms it was inadequate to remove. Holloway’s Pills exert the most wholesome powers over the unhealthy flesh or skin,- without debarring the patient from fresh air and exercise, and thus the constitutional vigor is husbanded whilethe most malignant ulcers, abscesses, and skin diseases are m process of cure. Both Oint- . ment and Pills make the blood richer and ,r puier, instead of permitting it to fall into that poor and watery state so fatal to many ahorihg under chronic ulceration s,—[Advt.]

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TELEGRAMS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 823, 20 December 1882

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TELEGRAMS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 823, 20 December 1882

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