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The Hon. Colonel Brett, M.L.0., haa been seriously ill bat is now we are glad to Bee better, and hopes are entertained of bis Complete reoovery. HollowAy'S PjLLß.— Though good health is preferable to high honor, how regardless people often are of the former— how cpvetous of the latter 1 Many Buffer their strength to drain away ere maturity is reached, through ignorance of the facility afforded by these incomparable Fills of checking the first untoward symptom of derangement, and rein* jtafing order without interfering m the least with their pleasure or pursuits. To the young, especially, it is important to maintain the highest digestive efficiency, without which the growth is stunted, the muscles become ' iasc, the frame feeble, and" the mind slothful The removal of indigestion by these Pills is so easy that none save the most thoughtless ; wu'd permit it to »p the tprjng of life, j

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2058, 8 February 1889

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