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Netherfield, the residence of Mr George Monro near Blenheim, has been purchased by Mr Joseph Ward for £1600. A. little hoy the son of Mr Bell, of the Wairau Valley, who is well known in Nelson, was killed by a kick from a horse on Wednesday last. A few days ago one of the resident medical men afc the Kumara was fined 20s for being drunk and using obscene language. In the House of Representatives the other day Dr Wallis made the remark fchafc if there were as few lawlers in the Houso as clergymen, the statutes of the Colony would be more lucid. Messrs Guthrie and Larnach's exhibits of tabs and buckets took the first prize at the C^ueenalaud ©xhibUio-.

HOLLOWAV'S OIHT.I-N. AN.) Puts. — I Dipthera, Sore Throat, Quiasey Mumps, and similar complaints always abound in wet weather, and are most safely an 1 eff.ctu.Uv subdued by rubbing Hollowcy'a Ointment at least twice a day uopn the chest aud glands of the. throat. The Ointment penetratts. the 1 skin, .educ'-s inflammation, and heals ulceration;. 'This treatment is sufficient for curing the moat ac-rious and complicated throat affections, provided Holloway'. Pills be Men at the same time. When swallowing gives pain, the Ointment may be rubbed oa itill improving symptoms admit of psinlessdcglutation. In a.' hma bronchitis, pneuunnh, whooping cough, the early stage of consumption, scarlatina, and Measles, Ilolloway's med'cines are nofc less valued ia mitigating the m .st trovioleome features than they are certain in ulfc mately curing.

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Nelson Evening Mail, Nelson Evening Mail, Volume XII, Issue 245, 16 October 1877

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Nelson Evening Mail Nelson Evening Mail, Volume XII, Issue 245, 16 October 1877

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