On the passage from Melbourne recently F. J. White, chemist's assistant, deliberately jumped overboard from the steamer Burwah.. He was to have been married to a young Sandhurst lady, but as an expected remittance did not arrive the wedding was postponed, and when on the day finally fixed for it the money had not come White took refuge m flight and suicide. After White's death a registered letter containing £300 was delivered at his address. Hollo ways Ointment and Pills. These remedies are unequalled throughout the world for bad legs, wounds, foul sores, bad breasts, and ulcers. Used according to directions given with them there is no wound, bad leg, or ulsers sore, however' obstinate or long standing, but will yield to this healing and curative propertiess Many poor sufferers who liavft been patient. ! m the large hospitals under the care of emmet surgeons, and have derived little or no benefit from their treatment, have been thoroughly cured by Holloway's Ointment and Pills. For glandular swellings, tumours piles, and diseases of the skin there is nothing that can be used with so much benefit. In fact, m the worst forms of disease, dependent upon the condition of the blood, these medicines, used conjointly, are irresistible,
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2468, 18 July 1890
Ashburton Guardian Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2468, 18 July 1890
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