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ANCIENT PROVERBS

SUtnoe b tbe fenot around wisdom*

Many a oolt's skin is fastened to the •addle lta mother bears. Troth !• heavy, therefore fear oare to •my it

Ho who Is loved by man Is loved by God.

The c*t tad the nt nuke peace orer » MMMI.

The soldiers fight and the klogi are the fctfOOff,

Commit a sin twice and It will not seem to then a orime.

When tnoif art the only purchaser, then tuny; when other bnyers are' present be tfcon nobody. Thethfefwho finds no opportunity to ■leal oonstders himself an honest man.

The best preacher is the heart ,* the best tttohtr U time ; the best book Is tbe world; tin best friend Is God.

Rtbbl Uleazar , satd ' Charity !• more than saorlfioes.'

Babbl Jose said : * I never call my wife * wife,' bat ' home,' for the mikes my borne.

, Remtmbsv that valuable m!■ the gift of ■peach, alienee U often more valuable. Do not expect too mnoh from otberi kit lorbetr and forgive m yon deitre fur* bttrsDoe and forgiveness yourself . . Bew&p of the £r«t dfagrflement. p*rn lo ipttk to • gentfe tpot of toJqi,

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ANCIENT PROVERBS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2054, 4 February 1889

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ANCIENT PROVERBS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2054, 4 February 1889

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