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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. Leaves Melbourne. Arrives Melbourne. November 29 December 11 December 27 [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 5 December 1877

ARPIVAL /AND DEPARTURE T OF H..E. ENGLISH-: -IAIL. - Leaves Itettal~ra ' I ' ves 4 meara j' jov^ernber 29' Decemnber ii Tiru-TABLE GirrPISLA It.ILWAT.-Onkleigh, de parts at'8r.Sin Dau enung, arrives at 8.28, fare Is. 6d. and vI.; Derwrck, arrives at 8.51, fare 3.. and 2s.; Pikenham, arrives: 0.20, faru'.lA.'Gd;:'nd'3s.; ,aunyip,' .irves at 10, fare Gs. Od. and ,s'. d. ItcarBves Jyp at 10.30, and arrives at Pakenham at 11.10, Ierwick 11.30, Dandeong lS.2, Onkleligl 12.30. Thereis anreduced cale of cn(rge;for-Sfatu &iy.r5eraena ticit-, ariadnleto Monday evening. A second train leaves Bunyip at 7t0"Ba.i., arriving at Pakenhsma, 8,10. Berwieki , 9.0. Danclnona,, '932, Oakteigth,10i. ~aig-Oakleigh'at ip'p.:,i Dndenrrig,(56.8,;Berwick,-..,54,r Pakenham, .20, arriving at Bunyip at 7.

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English Mail News. LONDON, October 26. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 5 December 1877

From our London Correspoadent. : : - ..,I t',! ' o?L.o.vov, Oitober 20. Tie pressure.of the fanmino in liildiais coi- t siderabhy abatcdl,- in consequence of the t copiots rainfall which lins at last siucceeded t Ihe lon-coirntinied 'dr i0hlit iii that'coniitl. t The tinilimbrs oti ieopl?c'"einloy'?l 1 on relief .j w\orks'and; supported. by charity are lnde r. 1 g:oi;,i appreciable dimniniioii oiid, it isbe-. lieved tliat if'the fortlhcomninr crop turnso ouiit well, by February neIt the period of' crisis, willllhve,passed nawav. In the mean time, howsever, greatsufferi?g must necessai rily prevail. Large bodies of persons whlio c have 'not actiually scitlicdnbed'to titivation t 'will, lon afte'r the sciircitsý has ceased r main weak andb"debilitatel b iytheirTprevious privations. Disease ever follows in the wake I of fainiitie' iand' mriny: ioithsthliust elapse' before the surviving populition re:ains itits normal condition, never,' even at the best' f o times, a, very comfortable o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 5 December 1877

ADvICE TO ,BIOTUERBtI-A-ro. you broken iu your rest by akicle child suffering witi the lifii of cit ting teeth? Go nt once to a chemist,,andfget;zA bottle of rs. iWi sop tig Syrip. It will relicievthe poor sufferer iininmletc]?It is perfectly harmless and pleasant to taste, it produces natural quiet sleep, by reliteyng theeclihjfrom I~ainand the little cherub aalies "srigbht asn.ttuo& ." soothes the chiild; it soft ns thsil s, alltys a pcin, relieves wind, regulates the bowels, an~l is the best known remedy for diarrhla, wltether nrimin from teething or other causes. Mrs. Winslow's Syrup iýLodo. p d ...digil?2 trs, ey 13] p;it r,:t Is. lld. per pbo~tfl6Y"?r B aa`nufacttl ! a `4'493; ,??ord I rest, Londoi. i: 49"% ' Lt i.;.: ,~r

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5th, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 5 December 1877

..,,I :, ** -, A . . . dinW S': " AND i l5 - anttgt|n | ontau ,.WEDNESDAY DECEMBER1 5th,' -'A877. : Tlo''ior last issue there appeared a letter from "A ManufactuAer "-`tiking exception toi'ý refiark'of ours that "one' ofithe most I'darant instances of thie evils 'f "protectioin 'ould' a~ f6oind i 'ili' techse'lbf teiicork .cutters,"_He then endeavored to show that. protection in this case.hadli betn beniificfial. He sjtated that there; ,e?re; thlre 'firms at least in this colony engaged in the business: of cork-cutting, viz. Mr. R. Goodwin, Messrs. Wood. ''Gale and Co., and Mr.. Milton, that he was a large consumer of corks,.and .ie?ias far better served now by iie' lo cal nifnufactreirs -tllfa.i iihe'w bliefore by the importers, that;lie paid 5 or 0 per cent. more for the Colonial made corks than heidid for.the imported ones, and wass, .ite willing to do so, and tliat-even if tiheduty on corks were abolished bottled.stuff ,would not be sold at-a-cheaper rate. "Where tlieni,'"hi'ask...

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Police Intelligence. CHELTENHAM POLICE COURT. Friday, November 30th. Before Mr. A. W. Harston, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 5 December 1877

ýýOýI C ". ._t.o 7.li .:,, CHELTEN HA~ POLTCE; COURT. Friday, "ovember:30tlh. Before Mr. A. A . . 1rstoid, .P.;, '. John Holland was charged by. Constable Cowan with having left a fire which he had lighted in the scrub at Mordialloc unes: tinpgished.-Defendant follows ile 'occupa tion of a travelling tinsmith, his stock-in trade comprising a soldering iron and the necessarvadjuncts for the repairs of tinware. le called on a Mrs. Baxter, at Mordialldc, on Thursday evening about four b'clock, aPd on itimnting that he was hungry was told togo into the kitchen, and reinstate the iner man. No sooner was this accomplished than by way of graititudelie piulled down: a paling fence, and mndeda fire with the?same close to some scrub adjoining Mrs 'Bit6Br's table. IHe then quietly wvalked. awav. Fortunately the fire was discovered and c ?gnis hed, or the whole property/ including the house, would have'beefi' destroyed. hen arrested Holland. remarked that: he caated to boil his billy ; bit he w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 5 December 1877

Shire until 6 o'clock p.m. on eembe E. O TOLS OP ' Oi ' , .L' t'cllington-r o oll- conijoirntly-, and of the Head's Gully read Toll-gate separatelr, fr-ns Jannerv 1st to June 30, 1875, and conditionallr on the time for the abolition of tolls being extended by Government, will be received by tihe Council of this Shire until 6 o'eloek p.m. on Thurslday, December 15th. One month's rent in advaunce willbe required, and also an amount equal to one month's rent as a deposit The.Sceretary will furnish any other?-ar By order of the Coancil, W. II. WASTELL, Secretary. Oakleigh, November- l,1877. . '= ý DHic`ed OAKLEIGH SHIRE. "- DERS TPRI --TIG'ikdT ADVERTISIXG ,brT the, ensui finlancialyear. (euding;=Sept. 30th,'1878), s-illP bey 'ecivcd'l- the Council? until" :;::.Six o'lohec.An .on.Thursday,.?ebcc ber.15th. ... The Secretary will furnish any information re quired. .~3 ,, : Z,..,; ' By order, - - " ,, :, ... . , r-, V31M..I. IWASTELLi Seeretary. Oaldeigli, November 28,1877.; , - . 4iced Lo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 5 December 1877

ACILE OF CHARGES FOR ADVERTISIEG. ,tnty Words, for One Insertion ... ..* Is. foesty to Thirty Words, do ... ....2s. g'?to Forty Words, do ... 3s. Abate Forty Words, at the rate of 3s. per inch, if for One Insertion only. Atrge DiscofOT upon nll ndvertiscoezints ?pplar ing for Three Mouths. Trade Advertisements are inserted at considerably reduced rates, dr?rtisements must specify on the face of them the nomber of insertions, or they will be con tinued and charged fortill countermanded.; All orders for withdrawnl or alteration to be sent in on the day prior to publicttion. Avertisements can only be discontinued by written orders. DIRECBTO'RY.: solicitors IILLER, THOMAS, 64 Little Collins street east, Melbourne ; and Sunnyside Cottage, Chapel street, St. Kilda. B?tchers- PNlrIGOER, JOII, General Fuamily Bhtcher, Rosena Parade, Richmond. liscellaneous i. HOLT, Water Filter Manufacturer, ilia Cadinga street, opposite Argyle sqiuare, Carlton, formerly of 19 rgyle place, Lygon street. Snr...

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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 5 December 1877

....'M '"' A', '. ;:kETS .. "hie Dideneong ~Frketwos mtblerilow yesterdlny The supply of pigs and cdlveCsws nisot near up to the usuali.?iifibis. ~(TiSieucfioneer did a moderate business in thle ?do ;of cattle produce and miscel nCu3ts alrt iplr, 7 uc ,1? 7 I EASTEn MAILLET ury,Saturday, 1st December. Vegetables: Artichokes, ground lid. per lb ;Taslarn gus,r Irs.to 2s. per, hiudredl. beans, broadj;'. to ld per lb:; beet, 6d to O9l per doz bouquets,: 3s. to 8s. per dozen ; cabbages,:l,6d, to 3s 6d do. ; caulitlowcrs, Is. to 3s. 6d do.; carrots; 6d. to is per;doz. bunches; cress, water,. Gd perdoz. buncihes ;. ucumbers, 2s to 3s. per bncsa; garliu,, 2d.lto,3d;,per lb.,; lettuces, 6d to 9d per do..; marjoram, 6d. per doz. bunches; mint, G' do. ;,; onions, dry, 22aito25sper, cwt. ; do. green, Gd. to Is.:pDr doz. bunchles;,?paraley, t1 do.; pursnips, Od. to is. Gd. do.; peso, td. to .d. perli.; potatoes; 3s Gd to 5s. per ert.';,llr do., 5s. to 7s. per cwt.; pumpkins, 3s;.to 10s. per doze...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 5 December 1877

SWlNDLERS AE PARTICULARLYrAC'ITE just now, attempting to palm of upon the public certain imitations, counterfeits and bogus importations pur* porting to be identical with or"as good as" a standard medicinal beverage long and favorably known to the people of Australia. The article sought to be imitated is the famous UDOLPAoWOLFY'S I5CHIEDAM AgOMATIC SC?rirts. Ask for and take none but the genuine article. a FORINExzz --Fo THE ?aHra LnD BnEATrn.-A few drops of the liquid "Floriline" sprinkled on a wet tooth.brush produces a pleasant lather, which thortugly cleanses the teeth from all parasites'or impurities, hardens the gums, prevents tartar, stops a decay, gives to the teeth a peculiar pearly-whiteness, and a delightful fragrance to the breath. It removes all unpleasant odour arising from decayed teeth or tobacco smoke. The "Fragrant Florilinc," being A composed in part of honey and sweet herbs, is deli cious to the taste, and the greatest toilet discovery of the age. Price 2s. 6d., ...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 5 December 1877

A meeting aas rslly held in the Mechanics' Institute, Dromana, to' take into eonsideratiod the best means to.bc.adojpte. to secure the services of. a mhdicnýltnan fortho disitict. A conmmttfi was hp= pointed to confe r'withlthe residents of other por tions of thol d'ici ct ont 1e subject. Since the death of the: Into Mr "V.W Aton the question-df ]hasitn a medical p?eieti?oner locatedein the district lias iecomne one of rital importance . The annual licensing inecting was held last week at Sorrento befo Mr. Templcton, .P.M., and?J.B. Wilson, J.P.1 liconsin r ngistratcs for the dis riet. .Reewmls were granted for the Continental, Sorreritt, and._forningtondlotels, alsofor thie Gracolield Hotel at Rye. An application was made by David Bower for a gbrocer ??'?i?isse at Rye, but the aplhica'r tioi? "sis rehf?ded onithe gdroiid that stic a lheiisoe asr-not.reqýired inh that dlonlity,, Sevrd- stagb A Court of Pitty Sessions Bas held at Sor>iento last week,befora Messra Templeton,'P.M., ...

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THE PROSPECTS OF THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 12 December 1877

STILE ' IROSPECTS OF-THEIMI WAR. It is possible that tho tie lms turned in farourofthe Cara?'s oiops, id tihatlithe:, 'lnt of supplies may sooij be more fatal to the'deferiders of Plevna tlhn the our of their foes; but it is s?arcely coneiiiable th any supessC iit c rmuove te thegLneral conviction that the inilitary stringth of Russia has been rid iculoisly ebiggeiratedl. ETen if Plena and Kars 's?ould fall, if Sulenima should be defeated ind Tu'r k.ey rilling to offer inuelh for peace, we should not inifr that Russih s a a great miailitary..Power like OGnani-y or Eirauce.., Ve should only say that she 'iisl stroenger thaunTurkey, and-, we ,should :suppose Ilht lie hld' crushed herfoe by the mere weight of 'lidrrtesoarces rather thuliaby the exercise of those nior.l and mental qualities.wlieh imake unamtion: for ?idtaible itt mioderin warfire... Everybody in call .to iiiijld how different was the estim&ate. of Russian strc-'ngt before it was put to the test. Discussions mii ...

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THE NATIONAL REFORM LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 12 December 1877

THE NATIONAL REFORM LEAiGUE. iThe -ii iil'ilr iietiir, of tie Natioiial iRetorm 'Eeague wasi'held ohnMolnday ii;hlit, Ilt' HIockin's holl?ailluf tlir "ie nmbers were present;iand Mr...l'ullarton ,occupied .the chlir. It. was unanimously agreed to supporit the caiidinatiire of 3h.,J. Il. Kiife,. for. i oroondlrai. .Tweity-six, .gentlemein w.ere -electcd'muernil)ers at the ;council, :nid thei following gentlemen were appointed officehbearerr':-Prsident, Haoi G. Beirry vice-presidnii~ siis.i Fishbier rid Willlor treasurer, Dr. Kniggs; lhon.' secretarv. Mir Ycoimans. A.votooflthanks to lthe irring officers was recorded- and Mr." Willder took tlhe! chair. He said, he, wished to know wha-t the,league, shouild do in the event of the Paiment ot 'embers' Bill bein- thrown oalt by the Council., Mr. Trenoweth moved., tliait in the event of the bill hein' thrown' ouit,' the secretary. be? ihstructed ifo call a meeotiing of the council of the league at once. arr., 'Tver 's eeodriled the .' iotio...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 12 December 1877

The Simla correspondent of The Tfimes, writingi under date Oct. 21st, in iaeference to the Indian fa?iniie, states :'-" The official famine report ,for the Mysore,.Province ,, ending' the 29th. of September,'states that, ,.",: the :prospects, continue' favourable, w ith ''ia.,-, good rainfall, iveragrlnn frofi" tw to three'" anrd a-half inches. pihe .tanks, in, most provinces have received a good supply, and in some there has not been so much water for several; years. The harveting of the early crops' continues, cliose in the groundl being"'': in a;promlsing ways . 4griciultural operations,;;i "i for the late sowings are active.' Tim number s' of, laborers" on the Civil' relief' works: is: 31,08 ;'or 242', less tlin in thei previous. week.;; Under tlhe :PuibliciW?' rks Depiart ment 7,0i55 laborers are employed, showssings? an increase 'of 3884. "' The' labourers con-.. tinie- to leave the' works" for field occu patirfis.: The officials :ieport tliat in iipart where the prosipects ar...

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FUNERAL OF MR. G. P. SMITH. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 12 December 1877

FUNERAL OF MR. G. P. S1ITII. . Thie reiiains of the Ion. G. P. Smith,; M.L.A., wece coiiveyed to their isr. restiiii pico on Saiturday, hlst. .. Tl procession lR't the residienie of thie QdcGsed',Vallctn house, East iMello!irlie, it ' q'.iurrer to 12 o'clock, and proceeded hbv way of Clarendon street, Victoria priide, iloddle street, .ohlri ston street ,iridge; nardtihe Kirw road", th the Boroondafr.Cnii net.erý , wiiere tli?inter nient took place..: The procession consisted of a' hearse.' two mhourning' cdaclies;e :idl'. about forty private vehicles. Accornldig to tie is iges of the Presb?hftciian dnhboinia tion, service was hleld in the house of the deceased by the Rev. Mr. Patten, Preshy terian minister of Hawtlorn. The first mourning 'co'ach dcoitahihd tlihe'sorisif'tlid deceased andi Mr. G"''S:Browi?i In the secon'coa'cl were the Rev.-Mr. Pat en/Mri Victor Smith,' Mr' Brown ;'rid MrI. Wil liams. Tlie lpull-bearers'. we'relthe67 Hon. Sir Jas. McCulloch, M:L.A-; Sir Chhrles' McMa...

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PETER PINDAR. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 12 December 1877

PETER PLNDAR. Once more I sit in my old arm chair willh ti " third suppleimentary estimates " before me, ludi over with wrath at the niggardly way we hbae hte treated. On comparing it. with the second Iot,l find 3£1000 grntuity to the widow of a late 3LL, and £20,000 to subsidise mining. "Now, if the two items had been transferred to making n-b: Gippsland, I think that very few of the pu l would have gruinbledl; but £5000 distributed O' a very laige tract of country is almost usteles. 1' the great Micawber, we have been waiting for ste thing to turn up, and turn up it has, but stdi paltry sum that we should have bee bletter Rtit it. In justice to this district we should bhre hl. nleast £'0,000. It ould Lhavre routes ack r. twenty-fold, selection would havre gone on quick ind the railway receipts have doubled. Afterr. Lonngmoroe' specoh at -lBuln Buln, we wen ati" patioig a very large stmi; he said, "The hnd Wtd bo dear if given uwav for notlhing," and how d he curry out in practice ...

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Police Intelligence. GRIFFITHS' POINT POLICE COURT. Saturday, 8th December. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 12 December 1877

- , toicc ? d l igt?clr. GRIFFITHS' POINT POLICE COURT. Saturday, 8tli.Decemlber.'::r! n oe Before Messrs. D. Reid (Chairman), VW. IIarbison, A. Stewart, S. West, and J. Fowler, J.P's. . Evans v. Gillespie; compensation for trespass of a bull.-Adjourned till 29th inst. at request of defendant, he paying expenses : ; `Shire of Phillip Island v. Langdon; rates,. 3 15s.--Order for amount. : Same v. Hutchins, 1is. 9d.-Order for amount with ..s: ?d. costs in 'ev'en'day"s: f i ,Same v. Alldridge, .1 5s.- Order for amounit. 'Issac Ross was fined Is. for ill5al 'dcii' pation of Crown land for the .purpose .of repairing a sailing boat. .The Court adjourned till 29th inst .,. .; .

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12th, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 12 December 1877

AND WEDNESDAY, ]DECEMBER L2(li, 1877. I4i consequence of the death of the late 'member for, Boroondlira, Mr. G. P. Smith, a very important contest will soon take place in that constituency, and the public would do well to mark the result, as it will tend to somie extent to show the rise or fall of the Minis'try in public estimation.: It may sound very well to say that' Mr. Berry has the large mass of the people at his back, because he is supported in Parliament by an over whelmng. and, we regret to say, extremely servile majority, but he has.. done much during his brief tenure'of'office io alienate numbers -of -persons of -.various classes throughout the country, and the probability is that at the next general election lie will not meet with the same success as lie did at the last one. He has done for instance much to offend the selectors and bark strippers, and those who manufacture articles from, the red gum tree, and we can scarcely. suppose that tlhey will be' generally in his f...

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THE PRIZE OF THE ALSPACH. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 12 December 1877

;. i :: ,( ; BY, $[. nas.. L s. OOouD X.A. .:L never as nioreiglorioi, sunmshline than the risiii orb poured on the top of the abmoi.iiniti' ilip, streaming down its f hTe lik holy oil, flocted out over the surfaeoofth teo dl-k; rnpid river imnning a its! bse. ' Although' still early, yet tlie ;ernui meadoiw sloping dowii from the white hliinlet 'pre olitedl the appeirnuoco'of unuiversal holiday .. Silveri lhied sire is anud dmes arid'little children, with to6-' ing curls, but' alore' numerois tliliii' thi?, yo-ng" melt aln maiidens; nore gail' down the brown path w?ai? edgci witli :disics,' gathliring at the s 'mo point oli the bank of:the"l dvlin st?m : . Bere, opposito the perpenldicular niountain'side the river nols spaimned by a single plaink, which boiled " behi troddei bh:mallv feet;" and misimg'on"'s 0 iees: one rendilyvlaw whiatl hd mu'de it ti plele iir epecil.' Anl the 'fiue'of the firestone cli? ? 's er-t'loe with gumes, where each competit, r lii'd soiit to p?hie . Ilis...

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CUTTINGS FROM MELBOURNE PUNCH. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 12 December 1877

CUTTINGS FROM M1MLBOUR\E PUi.UCit The most unpopular petty ollicer in the army.-, Corporal punishment. SlThe Melbourne streets many, like other places, " be p?red with good intentions," but thcy ought to be looked after.. The .Attraction of Coercion.-Poor ,lfenpeck declares that his kitchen poker iust be comipoised of maouetisedl metal, for whenever hle comes home late-. it night he finds his wife naiting for him. Then: that bar of steel, true as the ineedle, seeks his poll .. L Modern Saningdo.--3Mr. Berry evidentlv belonsgs to. the old school of poliitfiml,physicians. :ife is very earnest in his assertion that ;Victorir'. consti tiition is in i queer state, ;ad lie proposes to... commencehis cinltive treatment by copious bleeding.w Not to Hurt their Feeliugs.-The pliesent Ministry lhaie not done very, much, during, their term of offllice to maketliem popular, but theyl have caused thei inveution of a new tenu, whiclh is now very generally useid to spalre the feelings' of thosebank...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 12 December 1877

IDDY ICE TO ~OTHERS t--Aro.S-you broken in your root by a sick child st.teti i ug:ji w "ithe 1prin of cut tifig teeth ?- Go' i t'oicu' td ~ acie?1ist, amnd gt i bottle of Mros. Winslo~i 'sl Soddtin? I?rp. It will 'ioiavLe hgloor sluffeier ilmcdiatelx It is ;peorfeetl 'licaruigi ii d,;locaurnt to taste,,it prod?uces natural gicti sjqoji, by ,riehying theoliild, frouit paiun, tinud the little, cherub acikoes.. q bright us. a button."" ,It, sootlhce"thclo: cild ,it softens,;th o:gunms, ,allys all; nui, reliees wind, regulutesitheo o?.aels, and.is the ;onkuoc iromentlyl,fr ,tioarrhlia,; whether;. -, from toothing or ohlier (cuses,,o, Mr-. *..criscng Sirup is sold b y 1 .eodiq i neilu alr "";:,? x .c .W i slow s ltP, er. b ottl. - I i;' c .. ,-; everywhere, at is. cpt,- Landon. ..actured at 493, Oxford S ."'uEr.RFU L' RESOi'T?IV .- s I. stomsuhlic ., cct tonic nd cordiallor tlie agdlcind hmii L i;,as c i t?lor o othe. n ?rois?? fi?st anniioyv Slu't/ii's Coijýplhiiut' to z-hch?iwomoei+'io...

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