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Weighting Indian Clubs. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 April 1914

Weighting Indian Clubs. \ An ordinary Indian club can bo filled so that different - weights may bo had without changing clubs. Each club is bored to rccoivo load washors which arc held In placo by a spiral spring. A bolt Is run through from the ltnndlo ond ,nnd fnstonod with a round nut, The loud washers nud spring slip over tho bolt tin shown in tlio Illustra tion. Changing tho number ot wnshers changes tho wolght of tho club.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Ship With a Plate Glass Bottom. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 April 1914

A Ship With a Plate Glass Bottom. A new 60-foot-long ocean-going craft, which will be a novelty among ships, in that it will have a crystal dear pl&te-glass bottom, will shortly be launched. The vessel is to be -used for a scientific investigation of the ocean depths.' It would not, of course, be possible to gaze very far into the deep waters, no matter how transparently clear the ship's bottom might bo, unless a penotrat ing light were projected into th* depths. The vessel will bo equipped with apecinlly constructed submarine ra dio lights, so that in xvntersi many / fathoms deep the bottom, with the miscellaneous .life that crawls upon it, may be brought into view. Th« portion of tho earth's surface that is covered by water, when tho lakes .a-rtd inland fleas -aro included, ia threo iimes as ftToat an tlw dry Inrjd uvea. Tho surface uvea of th« oceans is 127,000,000 square "* The oceftn . waters teem with life. Though thousands of water, crea tures are known and classified...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Kaiser's Airship Station. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 April 1914

Kaiser's Airship Station. Heligoland, the tiny Island in tho North Sen which Germany proposes to turn into » great station for her airships, is ono of tho most cur ious Islands In tho world. Hs towering cliffy, for instance, arc largely artificial. Soma year.* ago there war grave fear that the island, which was Htaadily growing amuMer, would soon he eatan away entirely by tho waves from the south-west. nut £1,000,000 has been spent on raising a cliff of granite on this exposed side. On those parts of the coast where the red, porous rock of the genuine cliffs has been too badly honey combed' by the \ seas, hundred of thou sands of tons of cement have heen used to strengthen tho (t\co. | Heligoland has long been an im , portaut nuvft\ centre. It is de» fended by the most powerful g\iun, and is said to be prcparod for a Biegu lasting three years. It is, In deed, tho North Sea storehouse of the German fleet. Visitors aro only allowed In the tiny port, the high plateau that forms the res...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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The "Times" Testimonial. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 April 1914

The "Times" Testimonial. On Novewber 10, 3.841, tbo com mittee which had been appointed to consider what should bo don* with the testimonial subscribed for by City and provincial companies and brokers, in grateful acknowledgment of a signal service rendered to the commercial world by the " Times " newspaper, announced their decision to an interested public. This service afforded a very markable instance of the power of the Press. Early in 1841 tbo Parii correspondent of tho "Times ?* re ceived information of eta enormous scheme that was said to be form* ing on' the Continent to defraud by forgery all the influential bankers of Europe. The appearance of his let ter in the '/Times/' rovealinp the plot caused a tremendous sensation. To follow all the intricacies of the case and describe tho results would be too tedious. Sufficient to say that an action for libel was brought against the proprietors of the "Times," and enormous expenditure was neccssary in order,to obtain evi dence in th...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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A Standard For The King's English. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 April 1914

A Standard For. The Kink's English. Br, PRorcsson WALTER Htpnumr. M.A., . {Chiellnnpcctor of thuUnivoriitjof Londofc) What is good English apeeoh F What {orm of Engliah speech ought we to impart in oar sohaolii f What should bo our attitude to dialed «pseob .? Tboite qaflBtina are forcing themselves on our nttortion. Tbe in 'torest in the spoken language is be coming Very keen , of this we have indicutiona on ovary wide, Dr. 'Bridge® the poet laureate, baa reoontly issoed a traoton the present stale of'Eugliah ipronunoiation, aud under hia anspioai BBOoioty for pure English hss been .founded. Mr. Bernard Shaw shows his ?wonted alertness by presenting a pro cessor of phonetics mi hia *Pv(?tnttliott, '.Ve have a puotry society ;thst iavB .-stress on the reading aloud of verse Tbo committee on English -appointed by the National Education of Amerioa >111 its recently published report, stakeB that *11 expression in speeoh demands distinct and-natural articulation, cor rect'pronunciati...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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LANCEFIELD RAILWAY. MELBOURNE TO LANCEFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 April 1914

IGANCEFIELD RAILWAY. MKLIIOCWNE TO LAUCKPICLU. A .SI. Melbourne ... ... ,"dep. 6.40 fiancpfield arr. 8.14 dep. 8.65 Bolindft ... ... ... § § Nfonocrcttx ..«§ '§ Worth Moncf^ofcta ... § § V ^omBey ... ... ,,, ... 10.10 feancetiold . ... arri 10.25. . -P.M. f< Mftlbourno ... ... ; . dep 5 42"] LnncefiMUt .function.rxrr--7.io ^t5> 7.1'3 Komflpy..; ... ... ... 8 2 Ijfincefielii ... .... arr 8.15 On Saturdays. thiH train leaves Helbournn at 6.30 f»nd rendu1* Iknco* fidd (it 93 p.m. . I/ASCKHKLD TO WELBOORtffe. , j ' A.M. Ltinccfield ... ... ... . 'dep. 7.40 R-onwpy ... ...7.55 TjuRuufield JnncMon arr 8.34, dep 8.41 Melbourne... ... , ...9.45 I'M/ Lunuefield . ... dep.fjS) Uom8t»y .u ... 5.25 Lunoefield Jnncfcion - arr. G.U Melbonrao ? . ...arr. 7.27 DiRtnm-c from Lnnuofiuld to Melbourne, ?I5J inil»»s : v Hmylit of Lnncefield above tlio sea lovul, ..1501 feut.. ^.LANcfr/iKLD RAILWAY'. ~ Fnrps.-LanceHold to Melb"tirnc-(or<Hn firy-r farts)-1st cIhh* ; .single 7f, ro...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Reminders. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 April 1914

Reminders. Church of England lantern scr< vice to-night. Methodist anniversary on Sun» clay-Concert on Monday even' 'nG- .. Sale of furniture at Mrs Davis» High-street, on Wednesday, 15^ inst. , Clearing sale on account of Mrt Bretherton at Newham on Thurs* day, 16th. Woodend stock sale, Monday) 20th. . Special sale at Pyalong, ThurS' day, Apiil 30. : The La ncefield range will be use to-day and to-morrow. Kilmore stock sale Thursday next, April 16.

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THE DISTRICT COURTS ([?]19). [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 April 1914

I THE DISTRICT COURTS (injiri. , Tlio Police Magistrate (Mr A, Bfirlmv) attends tbo following conrto on the rlayn spocitied. PETTY SKSSIGNS. (y'uHtlemoine-Kvcry HYiday, at 10 am excopt'fourth Friday in month. . . . Kytioton-Kvery Tu«i»dny/ at. 10:'a.m.. excopt third Tuuariny hi uinut-h. . « -. I)a.vlesfortl-Every WwluoHday. at L0 a.nn exeupt third Wcduedday. in ihn immth. ? . Maldun-First and third M outlays mth,L* month, at II 30 a.m.- -..v. Jruntuntn-L'ust and third Ihnrfldays tn. rnniith. at 10.30 u.ni: .... ,.'.U . . Wtortund-biscunrl owl.fourtlrMomlaya in ? mouth ab-iV \>en;- ^ 1 Chowtnn-1'iiat I'Vidav iu month at3j).m.v : Tiirodalo-l/rsfr rae8f]Hy !in rniont!ij»t:iJ' Frvurftowri-Sucond Saturday . in montJi it 10 i tn Malmsbury-Second l:u<jsday. ui-mourJijc. 2.4fi p.m. . :?< i"v Sunbury-L'oui-th Fridny , in;; ntoiiili 2pm bhckw<«>d- ftttyiul > Ihurpda) i»»? mouth, at 10 «.in;. v .- s*:.- > Gi»horr:o-Lourthlhurnday in mouth-; nl 10 i ...

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A Joint Engineer. COUNCILS CONFER. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 April 1914

A Joint Engineer. COUNCILS OONFKR. On Friday afternoon represent, atives of the Romsey, Lancefield and Springfield councils sat in conference at Romsey to consider the question of appointing a joint, resident Engineer. Mr F. N, Lock has resigned has position as Engineer to the shires of Rom sey and Springfield, having been appointed Engineer and Town Clerk at Ararat. Crs. Btady (president), Wilson and Cook represented Romsey ; Crs. Harley (president), Hemphill and John ston Lancefield; and Crs. Clem ents (president) McDonald and Shanahan Springfield. Cr. Brady, who presided, ex plained 1 the position. Romsey and Springfield were without aj Engineer, and Lancefield o had a consulting Engineer. The secretary of the Romsej and Springfield shires (Mr H. t White) inofrmed the conferena as io the amount Mr Lock had earned from the two shires. . Cr. McDonald said it would be much more satisfactory to have a resident Engineer. : Cr- Wilson asked if they were empowered to appoint an En ginee...

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LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 April 1914

LAW RELATING NEWSPAPERS. 1. Subscribers who do not givo ox* I pre** nolic the contrary aro eouaidorod I cn- wiBhiut* to Continuu tlioir aubsorip* tiou. 2, If subscribers order the dibcont- \ inuuace of thoir periodicals, tho publisher may continuo to Bond thoio until Ahhkakb aro paid. . 3. ' If subscriber.* rofnso or neglect to inlcopnriodiuala from the office to which ^v.hcy viro directed, tboy aro UttSPONauji.c ^tl^.thoy Uuyo.sxjttlud-vtlioiv; biltk, nnd ^rcJorod tho . tho periodicals to bo dis continued. 4. If subscribers remove to other phiccs without informing tho publishers, and tho papers aro sent to thoir former .tiruclion, tho Hubncribora are responsible. 5. The coCirta hrtvo decided thai YufiiMnj* to tako periodicals from tiia or removing or loavinjj them un» called for is prima facia evidence of in* Lcrttional Fuaui>. <5. I f subscribers pay in advance for « periodical, .they aro bound to giv* NOTICB to tho publisher, at tho end of ' \ho time, that thoy do n...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 April 1914

Rifle Shoo Ling. Last Saturday a match was fired on the Lancefield rifle range between eleven members .of the Rochford Rifle Club and thirteen members of the local club. The conditions were ten shots at 500 yards, and the best eleven scores of the home team were taken. Desbite this advantage, the visitors showed themselves pos sessed of better rifles and equip ment, and better practised. They also had all the luck, their captain making the highest score and carrying off the prize. The local captain (Mr. M. Foy) expressed the pleasure the members felt in having a visit from the Roch ford Club, and spoke on the ser vices riflemen were rendering to the country. Mr. Jos. Andereon, as captain of the visitors, expres sed a like pleasure on behalf of the Rochford team. Refreshmehts were provided by Mr Cantwell, of of the Bridge Inn. Iloohford. Andersor, J, ... 47 Rribb, E. ... ... 44 Total ;.;'4l2 Lanoefiold. Poclclington, H. ... 40 Tully, B. ... ; ... 38 I'opuii, W. ... 3(3 MiilSlliinney,...

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TOWARDS ARARAT. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 April 1914

fSi". -F 1 ??J-JJ.J.'g-gr TOW ARBS ARARAT. ? Look aaiHtaty «aky*, "Look there!" .Dd I tff Alarn* I Ob, it is wooder tul al tt riMB oat oI this great low plain, Wa stand in our cairia^o la quf/^i»cltir-t, aad al reply gaz<i ."* **¥? 1 haH ma *o many beautiful thiat*, b«t bow I tMnbtbat Ararat la tbf loTeUwt (hit* in Nature tbut eato 6» conceived.<Xt la so full oi ffeelipk, and on faala it H*o ooe does tt Mniftan being. Wo are gradually descending to tbin wobdeirtal valley it the Arnica, and me can a*e the little town. of Erlvnn, which imrprlau oa by its beauty. ®\>r"»V««re told by everyone not to go to. Z&rftML. it being such a 4oU, uglyi 417 Uttl» yteco. and it !* really the 'moat lovely oasis, a per fect- gardett of Severs and tiults, r.wl .n akmg "the Htm tall poplars riaa -op iBto tlx sky. Lovely pale-blue MHIb flit about, looking an it they fcad fallen trota the sky, and in the .onedt "light their wings changu opalt .esMOt colours and fill us wit...

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LAMPS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 April 1914

LAMP 8. M remote country places and In bouses where gas 1b not laid on, lamps must be used tor ibo purpose of illumination. To secure a good light and freedom from an unplea sant odour care in trimming lamps must be exercised; perlunctory mea sures can only bring about these undeeired rosulto. Lamp-burners re quire boiling at least ones a month. The oH tank ought not to be over full, and the neck of the lamp must be wiped mast eudnlly every tlruo before and after lighting. The oil oozes into the aaasot roond the col lar and exhales . detestable small directly the lamp gets ftsrm. In dimple harass tto duty ol looking after the hnpa abenM not dorolw on the xtoid-oi-aft-wok, ^abo baa not to flttCfid to {fcECQ JWSMfo:

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GUARDING KING GEORGE. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 April 1914

GUARDING KING GEORGEJ Our Sovereign in wtU gnardsd* whether be is is his palace at BuciH ingham or Windsor, driving in state through Londoo streets, cycling along; Norfolk lanes, or tramping over Scot tish moors. The. approaches to all Ms palaces are jealously guarded by sentries, so that no stranger can have acccss to him unchallenged. Even hx ths Highlands a whole regi ment ia always at band at B&ll&ter. ready Jor ac-y emergency . and en -all State occasions ho has, ot course, 'his escort of soldiery. But his safe custody is in the real keeping of a picked body of men, carefully chosen for their intelli gence and character from tho A Divi sion of the Metropolitan Police, under the direction of a superin tendent-men whose exclusive duty it1 is to keep watch over His Majesty* and who do \hctr work so quietly and unobtrusively that their exist ence is scarcely,, known to many ot the ladies and gentlemen of the Court. Windsor has its permanent! .tafl ot these fciknt wa...

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ONE WINTER'S NIGHT. PRETTILY PICTURING THE WOODS UNDER SNOW AND A BUCK-RABBIT'S FATE. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 April 1914

ONE WINTER'S NIGHT/ PRETTILY PICTURING 'Jug WOODS UNDER SNOW A.ND A BUCK-RABBIT'S FATE. The old buck rabbit stooped j"3i within tho ontronco to his Jiotn ,ln^ stared out at tho scono-at din whlto world of snow, nt the stilt trees, at th» gathering dusk. n" kept thero Jlko that for about fif. teon minutes. Tlint was becnuso hn was a really old buck rabbit ; u young one would not have had tiio oxporlonco Hint tauijht hhu |)n. tloiico and cautiOD. Thero woro many rabbits already out on tho whlto snow, ndding their peculiar quadruple tracks-with the marks of tlio hind foot iu front of thoso of tho foro foot, so that the.v ai>J)enr to lio going backwards-to tho Intrlcato lacowork ol tracks al ready there. They woro vainly looking lor food: but they bad eaten it all vip->;vf.a tho bark of trees-near the warren, and would have to Journey far if thoy meant to find It that night. Tills tho old buck knew. Ho also know tho risk. .Suddenly ho turned to stone. Tiruu, it"ui I' went his paws...

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Obituary. MR W. WALLIS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 April 1914

Obituary. KR W.' WILLIS, j The death took place at Pyatong on thefltb April of Mr William Wallis, aldeat son of tho lute Mr Henry Wal 'lie, of Seymonr, of which town de ceased was a Dative, and wbere he was -wall respected, He was in the service of the Victorian Railways for 27 years, and was guard on tho Noi t h Eastern and <Jonlburn linen, and statiomnaster at Bylands and other stations. Owmir to ilUhealth here signedsomA 16 years nijn, and for the saat two years lived with his brother (Mr A K. Wallis), 'fc whce place he passed away.. He leaves nine child ren, two sisters and three brothers to monrn their Iosb. Mrs Neville, of Seymour, and Mrs McGlade, of .Foster, are aiatera.; Messrs H. Wallin, of Seymour, S. Wallis, of Foster, and A. K, Wallis, of Py»lon(j, are brothers. Deceased was in his 66th year, and was well Irked and re spected in this town. (From our Pyalonj* Correspondent).

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King Talks with Veteran. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 April 1914

King TaIks with Veteran. ---I An incident typical of the King's kindly Inloiest in - his old soldiers 'occurred Inst \\-eek; \vhilo his M« joblyvwim pn&singv through Chilton 'on hib return to l.ondon. Among tliu crowd of spectators wns n vele ion wearing two medals. Those, i-'niiglil 'tlio o.vo of. the King.' who at onco Mopped Ins motor-car and in dicated llmt ho would like to lo llip old soldier- The veteran, .whose iwmo is William- Angell, told the:King IhiU ho fought 111 tho Cri men, nnd had btfeii blind for over half 11 ennturv, having lost his sight in an engagement- The King, after expressing- the ])0pe that Angell might be aporod for' many years, warmly shook hands before refin ing his journoy. Colonel Benjamin "Holmos, of Sum mit, Now York, claims to have used one razor for S3 years. Ho estimates he has shaved liimsoH With it 11,034 times. 1924'

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Valedictory Social. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 April 1914

Valedictory Social/ On Thursday overling of larafc week ft most, enjoyable Rooial was tendered to Mrs W, Davis at 11 Lynd hurst," High, stree', whore she hue conducted, ft boarrljng house, by fenvders and Trionds. Mrs Davie ha* taken over Mr G, H, Gallpon'e fruit and reft«*hraent business. TiU the small bourn of fcho morning the time wr8 pawed vory pleasantly in dancing, interspersed with songs. The amnio was provided by the Misses Fitz gerald, Varley and M, WAterland^and Messrs R. Cnsey and J, Bristow (piano) J. Smith (violin and piccolo), R. McElhinnoy (corrwt), and Messra Fitzgerald (violin). Daring the sapper interval Mr R. Casey, on "be half of the gathering, presented Mrs Dam with a silver-monnted butter dish, expressing the thanks of past boarders for the pleasant and com forteble tiejo they had spent there, and regret that their assoaiationa were to "be severed. Hifl remarks were warily endorsed by others who had boarded or dined fct 4t Lyndharst." The gathering was attended...

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LANCEFIELD RAILWAY. MELBOURNE TO LANCEFIELO. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 April 1914

LA.NCEFIELD / EAILWATC. I M EI.IIOBIINK TO IjAXCKHEI.O. A.M. .vfclbonrno ... . ... ".dep. ^6,40 ' iinceticld Junction arr. 8.14 dep. 8.55 Bolimia ; .... § § \lonwri»M.u . ... ... § § Not tli Mouoi?otia ... §. § ttouiHHy ... . .'.,.10.10 Lancehulri . <"? arr. 10.25 P.M. Nfnlboupno ? ... dep 5.42 Lnnci'lmld Junction arr 7,10 dep 7.18 lioiiwy... . ? ... ... 8 2 {j'tncehcM -v... ? ... arr 8.15 i On." Snturoayp, thin fcram ly-ayes Melbourno ut 6.30 aiid rt^C-kcn LV.nce "r.-"* '?» *? "7* Lancefiuld TO irELaotmNE. } A.M. . ,Lnnccfiold... .... dep. 7.40 lloirisny .... ../. 7.35 Luticoficld Junction arr8.24!, dep 8.41 Melbourne... ... ... . ...0.45 . ? ? ?' ." ? PM. Danccfiuld . ».. <&?p.5.0 Romscy 5.25 bunccttcld Juncfciou .arr. G.ll Melboarno ;M . ...arr. 7.27 Distance from Lauuoflold to Melbourne, .105 link's . vv? Huigbt of Lanccfleld nbovo tho sea lovo), 1561 foot,-. * .. . ^ Lancewkld RAILWAY. ' Fares.-Lancebold- Jo Molbnumu-(ordin ary faros)-1st cmssr ein...

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SECRETS OF A COMPLEXION SPECIALIST A SIMPLE PRESCRIPTION BY WHICH A SPECIALIST QUICKLY RESTORED HUNDREDS OF RUINED COMPLEXIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 April 1914

.SECRETS OF A. 'COMBLliXI )N SPECIALIST A SlMPLK I'liEsnRIPTIOS BY WHICH I A KPK01AI.IST iQDTOKL'Y KESTOKEI) JHUiVDHERS OF I1UINBD (JOMBLKX IONS. At a recent conference df apecialiata j 'an interetffintf diK'ooadion Took' plaoe i£n regard >o t'hu wnya mnd 'rmmroi 'For ^beautifying awl ceimwhift bud cam rphixione, *nd tihe m-pertu 'vn 't'Ww linn >all nf?road too t'be »re>ut ;va'l-«o of what; Sa'known asmoni? Hpecia'lwts;a8 3Tloxion ' Sjotfor*. h wel^kntrvrn iftciii and corn* jpletion ^pooinftst 'present cave Home ^wonderful iiistutioea<o'f-casea w'bere hin Ipatientfl hwfi restored their disfigured -compleiioiiH in ,an exceedingly tfhort ttme%y apply>ht? I'hialotiem, "which 'ConfliatB'Of two-mvncea <of roae -water, 'one 'deem of Vincture Benzoin, and two ooocea STlowera of ?Oxsjiorv, and va*n be -prepav'-d by anyoberaiat, many «af -whom kee'p it pot np ready for'oae tnrter fchfc *aan*e of ^lotion Lotiion. He advised 'the application 'of the talvsn uig...

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