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llolloway's Ointment an© Pills.-— Travellers and Emigrants. -/ Those who cross the seas change the c'fonate, but they do not change the constitution. The altered con. ditions of life, the exigencies of travel and other causes render the traveller a> d emigrant peculiarly liable to diseases and accidents when far from efficient medical aid. With these associated remedies at hand they may be said to have a physical always at their call, and they may be certain that stations will b. constantly arising m which they will requ : .ie a ready resourse m time of need. The direc ions fcr use which accompany e-ch box and \ot of Hollow-ay's Pills and Ointment are write m plain ana simple language, jtf m aWjqabJe

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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2186, 30 July 1889

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