Poverty Bay Directory. ! Tobacconist— Thos. Adams, Gladstone Road. M. "Jennings^ Gladstone Road. Tanners— Ireland Bros., Auckland. Undertakers— a Large & Townley, Gladstone Road. j Forbes & Skeet, Lowe-street. Wine & Spirit Merchants— Graham & Co., Gladstone Road. Wm. Adair, Gledstone Road. Watohmaker & Jeweller— W. Good, Gladstone-road. M. G. Nasmith, Gladstone Road. CURE FOR ALL. HOLLO WAY^T OINTMENT. Bronchitis, Diptheria, Golds, Coughs, and all Derangements of the ' Throat and Ohest. fi! 1 snfferers from coughs, colds, bronchitis asthma, and im K ular action of the heart, are earnestly recommended to rub Holloway'^searchhJSfc „ H? ent well °Z er the throat « br "« r » a» d ™«* •iV c c&a l m s y **• tveice a dft y- This Oint- ?^ ««S Ji moß f e /"«w»to«» remedy for all inter* nal and external ailments of the throat Bad Legs, Bad Breasts, Ulcers, Abscesses, Wounds, and Sores of all kinds £h?if&n&^ hly^ cali;d b * *^c application of this Ointment to the parts affected. »' ter r ho have been duly fomented with warm water In Gout, Bheumatißm, and Neuralgic Pains • This Ointment never fails to give reliei. Its very qualities, place the whole mass ofsolids and fluid In a wholesome condition «»sanunuia Piles, Fistulas, and internal j Inflammations. ' fJSS" "^ Si? P*ftSMC : anyone. Tho Pills m small doses, greatly assist the Ointment, as they purify thToK rLufatt the stomach, and cot the system. • re 8 ul «* ! The Mother* Friend— lnfantile Diseases. Soald heads, Itch, croup, blotchei on the skin. BcrofuloUß sores, and such' like ilWjs% the mighty power of this fine Ointment m » abort time, provided it be well rubbe4 arottUd the to. fected parts two or three tithes a day, ■ Both the . Ointment and the Pills should be used iv the following complaints :— Bad legs Fistulas Sore Nipples Bad Breasts Gdlil SoreTh?sats B»™ . GH a n id u1 a r Skin Diseases Chilblains Swellings scurvy Chapped hands Lumbago Tumours Contracted and Piles tJlcers Stiff Joints Rheumatism Wounds The Ointment and Pills are sold at Professor Holloway's Establishment, 633, Oiford-streets L °« d( L l ! A "'so by nearly every respectable vendor of Medicine throughout the Civilised World. Full printed directions are affixed to each Pot aud Box, and can be had m any language, even hi Turkißh, Arabic. Armenian, Persian, or Chinese. Jp B I E X D O PALL HOLLOWAY'S PjLLSIndigestion, Bilions Oomplaints, and Siok Headaches, No organ m the human body is so liable to dls* order as the liver. Remember when nature flatulency, or acidity on the stomach, *»n* tts that digeation is n* proceeding properlj .hat Holloway's Pills give strength to every -organ ■peedily remove all causes of indigestion, inspis* sated bile, and sick headache, and efiect a per* manentonre. . . j: •■ . ■ f:~ ■ Weakness and Debility* In cases of debility, langour, and nervousnessi generated by excess of any kind, whether mental or physical, the effect of these Pills are to the bißhest degree bracing, renovating, and >*38tera» tive. They drive from the system the morbid causes of diseases, re-establish tho digestion, strengthen the nervous system, raise tho patient's spirits, and bring back, the frame to its pristine health and vigor. Impurities of the Blood. Until these purifying Pills have had a fair trial, let no one be longer oppressed with tbo notion that his malady is incurable. A few doses soon remove all disordered actions, rouse the torpid liver, relieve the obstructed kidneys, cleanse impure blood, and confer on every function healthful vigor. They work a thorough puriflcaton throughout the whole system, without disordering the natural action of any organ. The Kidneys — Their Derangement and Cure. If these Pills be used according to the prLieed directions, and tho Ointment rubbed over the region of the kidneys for at least half an hour at bedtime as salt is forced into meat, it will penetrate to the kidneys and correct any derangement therein. Coughs and Golds. This purifying and regulating medicine, m conjuuotion wun Holloway's Ointment, is the best cure for hoarseness, sore throats, diptheria, pleurisy, and asthma ; and an infallible remedy for congastion, bronchitis, and inflammation, indeed as a family medicine, they are invaluable for subduing such ailments of young and old -n both sexes. Holloway's Pills are the remedy hnown m the world for the following diseases :— Ague Gout Secondary Asthma Headache. Symptoms Bilious Com*' Indigeßtion Tic Doloreux plaints Liver Com- s tJlcers Bowel Com- plairjts Venereal affec plaints Lumbago tions Debility . Piles Worms of all Dropsy Rheumatism kinds Female Irregu Scrofula or Weakoee laritica King's Evil from what Feveraall kind Sore Throats ever cause The Pills and Ointment are sold at Professor Holloway's Establishment, 683, Oxford-street, London ; also by nearly every respectable Vendor of medicine throughout the Civilised World. Full printed directions are affixed to each Pot or Box, and can be had m any language, even m Turkish, Arabic, Armenian, Persian, or Chinese. TOWN AND COUNTRY SUBSCRIBERS mO the Daily Morning and Evening _L Herald, are informed that improved arrangements have been made for the more prompt, and regular delivery of both Morning and Evening Editions. The Manager will feel particularly obliged if subscribers, not receiving their papers regularly, would communicite with him either personally, through the post, or by messenger, when complaints will be immediately attended to. Dailt Morning and Evening Herald Town Delivery. b. d. Quarterly, m advance ... 6 6 Ditto Booked , 7 <j Country Delivery. Quarterly, m advance ... 76 Ditto Booked* 8 6 , JAMES BROWNE, Manager. , • ■ <
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