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Our Sunday Serial .. THE.. MALLISON MYSTERY. BOOK THE FIRST. AN AMERICAN TRAGEDY. [COPYRIGHT.] CHAPTER III. "OH, DAY OF WRATH!" [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 15 June 1902

OUR SUNDAY SERIAL   THE             MALLISON MYSTERY. BY T. W. HANSHEW. BOOK THE FIRST. AMERICAN TRAGEDY. [COPYRIGHT.]     CHAPTER III. "OH, DAY OF WRATH !" It was eight by the little Dresden china toy of a clock ticking cheerily amid the litter of silver and ivory trifles upon his wife's dressing-table when Philip Mallison walked into Hilda's presence, and found her standing in the embrasure of the window, with the violet velvet curtains held wide apart, and her eves still looking out into the stormy January darkness.   Dinner was over, and for the first time in his 13 months of married life Philip Mallison had dined alone,   Joyce Durl having brought him word   that her mistress was not feeling well,   and would not come down again this evening, if he would kindly excuse her ; and he, remembering the shock she had ...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 15 June 1902

CHAPTER IV. "A MONSTER, SIRE, THAT CRACKS DEAD MEN'S BONES." Night had fallen again, wilder and stormier than yesterday. In the bare-walled, bare-floored, bare-windowed cabin, where a few sticks blazed in the gaping fireplace, and shed a flickering, uncertain light over her bowed head, Jem Bawtry's mother crouched on the hearthstone, with her dreary face turned towards the flames, her hard, knotted hands closely locked together and her gaunt frame'swaying to and fro as though rocked by a tempest as violent as that which shrieked and howled without. A large, bony, loose-jointed woman, with a hard, masculine face, brown and wrinkled as a walnut shell ; a thin, straight-lipped mouth, crowded with large, irregular teeth ; a narrow, retreating forehead, flat at the temples and overhung by a mass of gnarled, iron-grey hair; a large, hooked nose ; eyes small and bright as a rat's, deep set under shaggy brows ; square of   chin, high of cheek-bone, massive of   jaw...

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Defects and Blemishes in the Legs of the Horse [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 15 June 1902

Defects and Blemishes in the Legs of the Horse   The position and condition of the limbs of a horse when standing is   called its perpendicarly. The per- pendicularity is right when the weight of the body is distributed evenly over   the limbs, and the perpendicularity of each limb is good. Perpendicularity is verified by means of certain lines. Thus, with regard to the front limb considered by itself, a vertical line dropped from the point of the shoulder to the ground ought to tought the latter a little in front of the toe of the hoof (Fig. 45). If this line fall upon the toe the horse is said to be "under     himself in front" (Fig. 46); the the line     fall behind, the horse is said to "cover   plenty of ground." It will not be necessary to enter into long explana- tions as to why these two last positions   constitute defective perpendicularity. The fact is that ...

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SOCIETY SCANDAL. MARQUIS OF DOWNSHIRE. DIVORCES HIS WIFE. YEOMANRY OFFICER AS CORESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 15 June 1902

MARQUIS OF DOWNSHIRE. DIVORCES HIS WIFE. YEOMANRY OFFICER AS CO- RESPONDENT. Before Sir Francis Jeune the peti- tion of the Marquis of Downshire for a divorce from the Marchioness on the ground of misconduct with Captain   Joseph Laycock was heard. Mr. Bargrave Deane, E.G., stated that the Marquis was married on June 22, 1893, to Miss Catherine Mary Hare, at St. Peter's, Pimlico, and   there were three children of the mar- riage. The co-respondent was an officer of yeomanry and a man of con- siderable means, who seemed to spend his time hunting, shooting, and yacht- ing. The Marquis and his wife made Captain Laycock's aequaintance in the hunting season of 1899-1900. They were in the habit of going down to Leicestershire for the hunting season, taking a house, Leesthorpe Hall,   there. Became Friendly.       As often happened with people who went hunting, together, there arose a considerable friendship betw...

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JARRAHDALE JACKANAPES. REPLIES TO "ANTI-SERANG NO. 3." [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 15 June 1902

JARRAHDALE JACKANAPES. REPLIES "Tú"*'ANTI-SERANG NO. 3." "Atheist" writes :-Never since the day when, according- to "Punch's" fa- mous cartoon, Lord John Bussell wrote "No Popery" upon Wiseman's fence and then ran away affrighted at his own audacity, has there been a miire insipid exhibition of vindictive cowardice than that cf "Anti-Serang; No S,n who appears to have been in such hot haste to lie like a gas meter on behalf of the person whose creature he is that he totally disregarded that text from the Book of Proverbs, which reads : "He that answereth be- fore he heareth (the end of a question) showeth -himself to be a fool and worthy of confusion." In fact, I am certain that had "Anti-Serang No. 3" been possessed 'of an ordinary amount of that intelligence which distinguishes Man from Beast, he would not have undertaken the task of defending a man who dare not defend himself. He asserts that W. E. Ketley is a capable officer. ' This I 1 absolutely and emphatically deny, as I did...

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INFLUENCE OF HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 15 June 1902

INFLUENCE OF HOME.   How large a part women have in the making or marring of a home we do not think we fully appreciate.   Many times the happiness and good   cheer of the home life depends upon us. We are, perhaps, influenced too much by our surroundings and by those about us. Sometimes between us and   what we most desire our houses to be, circumstances under which we are placed, and from which there appears no escape, seem to stand against us. Oftentimes we cannot control the arrangements of our houses, furnish-   ings, and eternal fitness of things for want of a well-filled purse, or because   others cannot understand or appreciate our feelings.     To many people surroundings do form a prominent part of their home life. It is a hard thing not to be in- fluenced by them more than we should. The people with cultivated tastes (says "Health,") who admire the beautiful in color an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 22 June 1902

HMM THIS PAPER HAS rîïfELÂRCESTWUTIÔIi I SUPPLEMENT, i ! Sunday, Jam 22,1902.1 ,

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THE MOST SUCCESSFUL HERBALIST IN AUSTRALASIA. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 22 June 1902

THE MOST SUCCESSFUL HERBALIST IN AUSTRALASIA. * - *r ? * - . ' - . . . Herr Raasmossen and fais Celebrated Herbal Beme&es reqtiire no introduction to tile public in this notice. His Blood Cure and Vitality "Remedies, Internal and Ex- ternal!^ Cures, Liver and Kidney Remedy, , and bis specially prepared Remedy for.' Anaemia and Wasting Siseases in Females ; are famous throughout the world bavtni ; stood a test for over 20 years. Hear Rass'J mnsseD is the and onhr Daoish HerbeHst in Australasia; His ad dress is 4SI Hay-steêet, Perth, and 117 High st^t, Fremantle. Sufferers eheuld call on him or writ» to him for à copy of bis Free Book contammg all particulars and advice. B&tger,- tailor. High-street, advises.this season s specialties, Top cbata/dress suits, and all modern tailoring at reform prices. TeL 307. ¿ , It means a saving to. the cook-Hoghes and Boheny's Balking Powder.

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TO DEAF PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 22 June 1902

DEAFNESS, SOÎSES BÏ: TBE SEA®, ^ &c., poBitívBly^ cored by HARCEy'ö SAB LÓXÍOÍÍ Thia-niew- ßeaiecly goes right to. the actual seat of the disease, and has «elec- ted 'such repjarkable^cnrefl.that the greatest -? tiope "is held'^j*^itt^i¿un¿cers; jap; matter how 'b^jarIp^-sianding the case may .be; ? O^..E0TOÙË JWtçt béate any\ordmary case, f and^i^ ^ isent securely pacfced and post-T pai^^ígítfífeiU direètiPoa *ód fcea0jnomalH¿í upónVreceiip^^ íírder direct, from \ JAMES E. HiEi^-äS, Stockdale:"Bo*d»" - iSonih Lambeth, London, EsGtAXD, ! Visitors to' Përth will fiad" comfortable quarters at the Cremorne HoteL W. A. ' '<xreaike;,proprietpr.- '_' ' ?>??? ?? AD. your medicinal requirements, toilet requisites, patent medicines, etc., wiU * he - attended to promptly by *râging_ng tele phone 34. Edmund Dean and Co., Cheuristis, 43.5 Hay-street, Perth. \' " .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 22 June 1902

Business Notices, A. WILSON & CO., 2S» HAY STREET. PERTH (Opposite Wiedenbach'«), CENT.'S TAILORS, MERCERS, AH& ROSIERS, . Are Now Jost OPENING UP their NEW SHIPMENTS of . . WOOLLMS, TWEEDS, SEDGES, ABD DRESS SUITINGS. Also NEW ST Y ILES and FASHIONS of + WINTER MERCERY, J* AMERICAN BOOTS A v SPECIALTY. WATERPROOF COATS AND CHESTERFIELDS IN LATEST FASHIONS. Butcher, , Bay View Terrace» CUSTOMERS WAITED ON DAILY. Claremont. ORDERS DELIVERED PROMPTLY. FRESH SUPPLIES DAILY. ' SMALL GOODS A SPECIALTY. A TRIAL SOLICITED. ~ E8TAB. t893. H. GORDON LUTTRELL, ACCOUNTANT, AUDITOR, and VALUATOR, ESTATE, FINANCIAL, and INSURANCE AGENT, MA&KET STREET, FREMANTLE. . . REPRESENTING-Son Fire Insurance Office, Mutual Life (New York), Ocean Accident! and Guarantee Corporation. RENTS Collected, Loans Negotiated, Auction Sales Arranged. MONEY Advanced at Reasonable Interest on Approved Security ROBERTSON AND MOFFAT, FURNITURE WAREHOUSEMEN, . . MURRAY-STREET, PERTH. ... SOLE AGENT...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 22 June 1902

I BUY FOR CASH AT HIGHEST PRICES KANGAROO, WAÍÍLA0Y, OPOSSUM, Éte¿ ALSO WOOL, HIDES, TALLOW; SHEEPSKINS, GUJ^. EiC. . : Charles Hormann, WW^fi-, J *r WHITE rai M«A **? ? ' .* <** «t mnm&dùw&~ a** SOLE AGENCY IN WA. for THORNLEY & Ca's. "KÖNDO," Concentrated Food for Horses and Cattle. Undoubtedly good stuf£ Write to -Charles Hermann fot Rutiadarsju^ testimoniáis ??rriif¥T¥f*-' CHARLES AMP ßEflT GUTSjANN, RECHSTtREO V.RX., WILL EXECUTE 00MMISSI0HS THROUGHOUT THE EASTERN STATES. ,. {gr ATTENDANCE AT TATTERSALL'S CLUB, it GEORGE'S mmk From 10 AM, to 10 f.M. TELEGBAMS SHOULD BB REPLY PAID ; « >. NO REPLY »TO BUSINESS- . - . *. ' , , Address â\ Jpiirjijcafions WATSON & CÜTWAN, MX fattepsaü's Clot. NOTE.-We Communicate "wittt 1 HOBART, TASMANIA, öy Every I Mail Steamer. Doctors Differed Again, : - 4 BOT : VIT AO ATI 0. Bead what Mr. Davis writes : Perti», Jone 6,1900. Mr. ß. A. PALMEB. Dear Sir,-I have been invalided for&bont taro year...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 22 June 1902

DAIRY COWS, CALVEC^ÂM^, PiaS-EVERY THURSDAY, at 2 o'Clodc FJÎ. HORSES, VEHICLES, HARNESS-KVERY TUESDAY, ll O'Clock A.M. PREMISES-STIRLING and PIER STS., Largest ol their kind in the Commonwealth. Stock Consigned by Rail should be Timed to Arrive on WEDNESDAY. I take Delivery Perth Station, and will Pay Railage if required. W. B. GORDON, Stock Salesman. * ESTABUSHKD XS PERTH ll YEABS.[ "CYCLONE" OATES. MADE of STEEL TOBE FRAME, with MESH of Na 13 GAL. WIRE WOVEN ON; THUS THOROUGHLY. BRAGING j tim FRAME at ALL POINTS. ' CANT SAG. CHEAPER THAN WOOD, ADJUSTABLE HINGES, SPRING CATCH. - -» RABBET PROOF. ? * ANY SIZE MADE. SendforPartictdarato? " ?. *Phô tftJTmàOSW PBtfCB CO. forW.A.. -, xmMaiKS SOMMBRS, * A > aro Sr. GsoBGfc's TgaatAccB. I . THE *'CLINTON" dan 1» Carried in Pocket. PRIOJ1 208. .CHARTiWS- SOWTgaRS, Agent, ;- B60 St Goorge'e Tenace,, '? d; WBINSON j iLate of Perià Marketa), PRODUCE MERCHANT and' COM- MISSION AGENT. ON SALE-43iaff, Oats, Bran, Pollard, Wheat,Bar|ey, Maize...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 22 June 1902

A TREATISE ON THE CURE OF NERVE, BLOOD, AND SKIN DISEASES» I In .order that armorers from Blood [ Diseases, Diseases of. the rOrinary Organs, ' I Gleets andi Discharges, Nervous Debility TO I suiting in Lost vitality, Weakaeas of the i Brain, Boor Memory, Melancholia, . may be peWanenäy : speedily caredswrifaout the «ne of the nasal but dreaded Mercury. That famous and i most successful Herbalist. Hem-Bassumssen, ! has prenared a Short Treatise expiating : the origin and nature of these complaints, and how to cure them. - Ibis TreaUsa, to- gether with his Herbal Book, be will poet in ; plain cover to any address, free of charge. Herr -'Baasmnssen bas had over twenty years *erperienee,-ahdfie'claims that «pe HerbalvBemedies lian cured over One Han. dred Thousand Sufmrers-in fact, he holds that number of Testimonials frem MB cured patrons. His Address ^s 481> H[ay-«treet> Pertby*aailill7 High-street^ FremantJe. ^Having i introduced the latest -modern j machinery^ as well aa .enl...

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BOOKS FOR COUNTRYREADERS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 22 June 1902

FOB COUNTRYREAOERS THE Si; SPAT TIMBS «ill forward any book in the following list to any person on receipt of price and postage. Address all orders to j the Manager of Tax SturoAï Trass Office, j Perth. Books not listed maj- be obtained j on application : Timber Practical Forestry, hy Cartis, Ss. 6d.; j postag«, fid. Hoppus' Measurer (timber, etone, etc.), j 2s.; postage, 6d. ? ? } Stock Annatage's Cattle Doctor, 21s.; postage, \ la 3d. : Haves'Stable Management, 15s.; postage, 9dL- -? ' . Wm. Day's The Horse, os.; postage, 9d. Modern .Dogs (non-sporting division), by Lee, 12s. 6d-; postage, ls. The Sheep : Ite: External and Internal OrganiBatSon, 3s. fid.; postage, fid. Fruit GiowLag- ,,? " Wickson's Californian Emits, 13s. fid.; postage,«d. ? . Cricntoh's Australian Froit Guitarist (two | vola), lös.; postage, ls.-" Agriculture- . j M*Conneîl's Elemente'of Farming, 6s. -postage^fid. : . < . , Bootís A-B.C of Bee Culture, 7e. 64.;'] postage, Cd. Poultry and Birds I The j...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 22 June 1902

C. L. DEMAMIEL & CO., , . AUpTIONEEBS, - J LIVE SfOCKíSáLESMESr.' : House» Land. and Financial Agents. Auction Sales Cosdnbfced ia Any Eart of . .. tiie-Spue, .>..'?. ..«fe-jw . No 18 First Floor. Î3ROOXMAÎTR " CHAMBERS, BARRACK-STREET. Don't shout "I litaJ you. I can hear now ?5 well as anybody. " * Ho« í ' ' On; sobie Ihingnew-The WiUon. Commoo-acnse Car -Onto«. I-ve »pair io my jfl ears flair, you carf i see tircni -the/fee fnvisjWe. t ^wouldn't! know I had ihtm ip ÍOTíeH. only ,thal i hear allijjjgU:?! ?. '; ¿The Wilsen Ëar-DnaB isl really a-substitute fer" the' ¿«rorking paris <rf tlie. ? natural ppc:,' Ji as" ool "wire. InvisiWt. easy to ad jost, comfortable: Totally. . - . ÄifereM from any.otber ?de- ckst' ... Descriptive paraphier sent upon rennest 7*. CMAOwcs. aa»as* CoUto». a»_*teio. Tôbacxio nosiness Annonneements BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR, 1.6 Parker Street, Perth ' , (OPPOSITE HUSSEIN SQUARE). ESTIMATES GIVEN PROMPTLY. LENNON'S GRANOLITHIC PAVING DONE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 22 June 1902

WHYTE & MACKAY' cc 53 RPTHIHTAT. ABSOLUTELY TXNTilVALLELV Sole Agents-MILNE & CO., William Street, Perth. No. IO. I Glenoran Whisky I No. 10 CClie PUREST MALT "WTÍISEY Scotland Produces. rjMUS WHISKY ÜB Guaranteed tue Sole Unblended Produce of the Ord Distillery Company. MOIB CXF BOSS-SHIBE. PHILIP GOYLE, "^w*8 CH/IMBERS,!^ A Jr»-*J wv B SOLE AGENT. . EDMN LAMP The Eäiaba and Swan United Electric Light Company, lotted, have file pleasure to announce:that they bay« received the honor of Appointnjßnt by Boyal Warrant as Purvevors of Electric Lamps to HIS j MAJESTY TBE- TTTVa, C. WEARNE, l^EX3ï3^çm ENGIÎîrÉER AND CDNTRACTOKi| 127 MZTMMA Y STREET, PEMTH9 SOLE AGENT TOE EDISON AND SWAN, CABLES, DYNAMOS, LAMPS^ and* FITTINGS m STOCK Rankine's Patent Feed Water Filter and Crease Extractor. HAY STREET, Basement of Fresh Food and Ice Company's New Premises, Two Doors from Bon Marche. MBS. E. E. EBBOTTS (late of Kalgoorlie) RECHERCHE LUNCHEON «nd TBA j ROOMS, the Largest and C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 22 June 1902

I CUARANTEE TO CURE THE NEB*^ »nd THE BLOOD, j Says HERR KASSMUSSEN. THE CELEBRATED DANISH HEB BAUST, and NO CREATES TRUTH ^ HAS EVER BEEN UTTERED, JUDG- ING FROM JOSE TESTIMONIALS HE HAS RECEIVED FROM OVER ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND NERVE AND BLOOD SUFFERERS WHOM HIS AL- KALINE REMEDIES HAVE RESTORED . TO PERMANENT HEAL CH THERE IS NO HUMBUG. ; Whea the REMEDY used is HERB RASSMUSSEN'S ALFALINE BLOOD CUBE FILLS success is certain, and a Core Permanent and Speedy in every case ] of CHRONIC BLOOD and SKIN DISEA- SES, GLEETS, DISCHARGES, Etc., Etc Special powerful course, 43a. 6dL; ordinary course, 23s. 6d. Boxes, 12s. and 6B. vl^KVOUB DEBILITY. LOST VI TALTTg, and r&BJDOCELE Cured ÍÉr. manently bj taking - the ALKALINE ^VITAiLÍTY oPILLS. Special powerful conrees, 43s. 6&; ordinary course, 23s. id. Boxes, 12s, and 6B. ; PILES-Either Blind, Bleeding, External or Internal, cured quickly and for ever by, tskinp tlie Celebrated ALFALINE PILE POWDERS. Boxes* 6% . , * LIVER and B3...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 22 June 1902

Special Advertisements. fi nditand Lauàder, FASMOfiaBLE TAILORS, . 412 Hfly-Street, Forth. V Latest Selecttonsol New Season's rAihiàSmi dr ÄATS MADE TO DRESS SUITS A SPECIALTY. CRYSTAL CAFE RESTAURANT (Opposite the Et» Marché). T. {Late of Albany). rr^leotjMies"mningand JtO*~ Ad^r ait» rSmóí^ . 'Boora for Gentlemen." ALL MBàLS, 1^ First-class Beds and weU-ventil&ted Rooms front ls. 6d. to 3a. per night. . j. ....... ,t.... , c Tha CryjstaLC^ has iw rival ih the City 'for(3aánlinés¿añdCivility^ '?? ' ' Inspection Invited-. - . .:5lH.- ó H A fi à M I P P É B, .JLf. -,' 7 UND^EBTAKïav .' Hay-strée^-Pertn, «náat Hannan- .'. . '\':jiÄBft^'Kf^è^iâfiaf.".-S' } ' '. * ^h&Utxtb Ü^^Í)ate' ItóBral ^onâahîtig'. Es^bti^iniénts «i'Itto.JfjtaW/'.T&o. XaáesV ?} J' Bérigns . ML 'r^VjcB^ú,' líoméáOwna:' Groat»« MONEY MONBY V MONK Y _ms» oUKTandïTNA^iCl COMPANY Mate Adranoo». npro BABY and'MODEBATB" TEKM8. etriotest ftinwy1 _^ Guaranteed. BROOKMAN^ CTLAMBEBS, BABTUOK Sx&amp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 22 June 1902

BOYAL SfAlDARD HOTEL , Comer LAKE and BRISBANE ST3. Tiie BEST RESIDENTIAL HOTEL in ' W.A. The Highest and Healthiest Spot in Perth. Everything tte Bert. PBANois stens' (Late of Beaufort Arms), Proprietor.. MEDICINE SENT FREE To mea" an ta Cured of all NERVE Troubles,1 Weakness, Atrophy, " Debility, Varicocele, ¿to., no matter huw sévère the case may be. Thousands Cored Annually. Remedy Bent j by mail in plain packages. When. CORED ; we charge yon not more than TWENTY FIVE SHD-X3NGS. Write to-day. . Address: HARVARD REMEDY AGENCY, j .Elizabeth-street, Svdney, ONMOIPVEALTHCYCLE AGENCY, , . 265 .Wellington-et.-G. Hy COX ArCct,^ I «Agents foi Massey-Harris, Bed Birds, ' Ino- ? serials, Brentford's and Eagle Cycleb,, from \ £15, cash OF terms, to snit Üie buyers. All Machines guaranty for 12 months. Easy timepaymente. SundrieeandHireaspeejality. < Rep^Jfr.ak|U^^ -Gent/« "Bikes front 30s., on terms. Open all 1 day Sandays for Hire, PERAMBULATORS and Mail CarteJ ?. instiLanded, ...

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TO THE DEAF. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 22 June 1902

; , TO THE ÖEAF. fe ? .y,..,'. ,.. - .j; ; .\ .,,. A "COBB ?oa JÍE*JF»ÍÍ38.-The Indian1 Specific, îai^j^nttùâà^â into this country, \ Sa absolutely the "best .remedy ever known for&eapess-anö^t»^^ right to thai seat of-tiie trouble, and speedily; efftcteacompletehure^ "lam indeed' nappy to ttll you that the In«! ian Remedy has entirely restored mw hearing, although my case was long ugo considered hopeless." "Testimonials from «ll parts of 'the world.' Sold in bottles 4s. 3d. post free, .With full directions. (Protected by Govern -ment Stamp.} Address- Mr. James Harley, - 33 Stjockdale-road, battersea Park, London, - S.W.', England. :>;' ??>??? .". * - v : * A '. i, \ ..' :? - ïnfiusnza-not daterons when .properly ^treated. Remain quietly at home and take Dean's ??Influenza Maturo, and a prompt and complete recovery is aure tb-follow. Edmund Dean and Go., Chemists, 415 Hay street, Perth Dr. Hooper's Nerve and Brain Tonic will be found especially efficacious in nervous d...

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