Mrs Newton, of Toronto, ia ope of tbe four women who were given the Crimean medal, Queen Victoria herself pinning it upon them. Mrs Newton went all through the Crimean war as a nurse, and on that memorable day and night when the French captured the | Malakofi and the English assaulted the Bedan, she was m the third trench before the ; Bedan, attending to the wounded, and was there shot through the knee. " ' Holloway's Pills and Ointment.— , Though it is impossible, m this climate of changing temperature to prevent ill health altogether, yet its form and frequency may be much mitiga ed by the early adoption of . remedial measures.' When hoarseness, cough, • thick breathing, and tbp attending slight fever indicate irritaHon of the throat or chest, ; Holloway's Ointment should be rubbed upon ; t£ese parts without delay, and his Pills taken i In appropriate doses, to promote its curative i action. No catarrh or sore throats can resist I these remedies. Printed directions envelope • every package of Holloway's' medicaments, which are suited to all ages and conditions, i and to every ordinary disease to which humanity it liable,
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2093, 21 March 1889
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2093, 21 March 1889
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