It will be in the recollection of the public that my collection of, apples shown in Mr Clayton's shop in East street, being sixty-six varieties, and a,lso those which took two first awards at the Dunedin Exhibition and various other places, was pronounced to be the largest and best ever shown in the Ashburton county. I would draw then attention my advertisement elsewhere. As , 'only work on blight-proof stocks than which n other stocks can be relied upon, the roots of my apple trees do nob require to be washed before sending out. James Porter,"nurseryman, Allenton,—(Advt.)
Holloway's Pills.—lnvalids stractedcl by indigestion and discouraged in their search for its remedy should make a trial of this never-failing medicine. A lady, long a martyr to dyspeptic tortures, writes that Holloway's Pills made her feel as if a bufden had been taken off her. Her spirits, formerly low, have greatly improved; her capricious appetite has given place to healthy hunger ; '■ her dull, sick headache has departed, and gradually so maryellous a change been effected that she is altogether a new creature, and again fit for her duties. These pills may be administered witli safety to the most ' delicate. They never act harshly, nor do they . ever induce weakness; they rightly dileot ' dci'angcd, a d control excessive, action, I
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2440, 13 June 1890
Ashburton Guardian Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2440, 13 June 1890
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