Holloway's Ointment and Pills will be found the best friend to persons afflicted with ulcerattons, bad legs, sores, abscesses, fistulas and other painful and complicated complaints. Printed and very plain directions for the application of the Ointment ire wrapped round each pot. Holloway's alterative Pills should be taken throughout the progress of the cure, to maintain the blood m a state of perfect purity, and to prevent the health of the whole body being jeopardised by the local ailments} bad legs, old age's great grievances, are thus readfly cured, with* out confining the patient to bed or withdrawing from him or her the nutritious diet and generous support so imperatively demanded, when weakening diseases attack advanced years or constitutions evincing premature decrepitude.
HAMPSTEAD TOWN DISTRIOtT" ELEOTIOnTaPRIL, 1889. MR ROBERT MfiAOLEM being tho only person nominated as a Commissioner on the Hampstead Town Board ia hereby deqlared duly eleoted to that offioa In tho place t f Mb Henby Hunt, J. 0. BELL, Beturning Offioer. Hampstesd, April Btb, 1889. 4 53 Rink de Paris. riIHE nevt Sinking daye are Monday . Thursday & Saturday WEDNESDAY APBIL 24. Fanoy Dress and Maypole Carnival Ladies and gentlemen wishing to take part In the Fanoy Dreis Carnival, are reqaeated to send m their names to the management. "~R. ELBTON, 3*76 Manager, Monster Bazaar. mflE ANNUAL BiZAAR an Sale of JL Work m oonneotton with the Paroohlal District of Loogbeaob, m aid of the Ohnroh Funds, will be held m the TEMPLAR HALL, TINWALD, on EASTER MONDAY, 22nd April, 1889. Bazaar opens at 11 a. re. Luncheon provided on a liberal soale at a very moderate charge. Any contributions of prodnoe or live ■took may be left at Mb Olabk's Stores, and they will be thankfully acknowledged. Admission 6d ; Children half-price. 3H82 Orange Hall. mHE KEY. 0. 0. BROWN. Baptist 1 Minister of fimaru, will Leomre m the above Hall on TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY Evenings next at 8 o'olock. Subject— Tuesday lOfch.-— " Hell, what it is ; what It is not ; how long will it last ; when and where it will be. (A speoial reference will be made to the case of " The Spirits m Prison," I Petei 111, 19, 20 ) Subject — Wednesday Uth. — The Apostle Paul's most earnest desire. 'If by any meaus I may attain onto the resnrrection from tho dead,' " Philipplans 111, 11, revised version. (Proof will be given that the dying requost of tho Oruolfied Thief was m harmony with Paul's expressed wish.) Qaeatlona invited and answered at the close of aaoh Lecture. Admliilon free. Oolleotlon to defray expemei, ttf
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