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A sum of .-tI&XP lias been awarded a widow with fonrr children,; whos€ Juuband was killed in a railway accident between _ Manchester and Stockpprt..,. -i..--r -,^'z The Christchurch police record an exodus of spielers frofn thajt city "owing to two of their fraternity receiving sentences of three months apiece as vagrants. "'" *' Hollo way's Piu£.—lnvalids/ sfcriefiOTd by indigestion ■ and 1 discouraged in their search for its remedy should make a trial of this never-failing medicine. A lady, long a .. martyr "to" dyspeptic totijjirea/whites that Hollowayk Pills,made Jierjfeel Mi;f a burden . had been taken off her. Herspiri^'formerly:- ,',* low, have greatly, improved; her, capriciouß. -;k appetite has given placeto healthy hanger;;. ■; her dull, sick headache has departed, and r""A'lii'i.lly «-o «mrv?Ilofl«i a change been\ <rhvioJ iii.it -ii«*i-i'.lio^l>iTaneW:creature, '-« 1.1 .i_M in I!i '■.>:■ !•«!■ ilm iit.i. Theftspiltaatoy be administered, with.safety to the moat delicate. Tliey never act' hatshly, ror do they ever induce weakness; they rightly direct deranged, a. d control excessive, action^

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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2438, 11 June 1890

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Ashburton Guardian Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2438, 11 June 1890

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