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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909

CUT1LERY Ground and' Set-G. A. BunzIi, C~o zoeloec Sjr4CuecnSrb, riobhane. ELECTRIC BATTERIES. Approved Patterns only, from'35'r I:dtaI at Zuct r'sI?, X46 (.*'cn l1rc'r, 8r' . APPENDICITIS TRUSSES.-A great comfort after operation. r . 2 . t .;n Qu ca Sh br, r . "QUEENSLAND TIMES," Published Daily.. CASH ADVERTISEMENT PRICES. I r must be distinctly understood ttat thC Pricee quoted below do NOT apply to Adver tisementt relating to Social Events, Meetiuge, Sports, Trips, Tenuders, &c. uch . Adveriisement. are charged for, as previously, at Ordinary Scale hates-namely, 4e first inch and d? each succeeaong inch. C'ce. Twice. Three six Month: Insertions. Insertions. 268 I?hetions. 16 worlds .... O ... laGd ... 280 3 ... 304d ... 24 words I.. 6d 2O d ... s 4a Od ... 8 32 words ... 2 Od ... 380d ... 4s 0d . 6s Od ... 188Od 40 words ... 2s dd ... 3s Sd ... 51 Od ... Ie 6d ... 22e ?d 4S woria ... SO Ud ... 4s6d ... GOd ... aOs i ... 278? PREPAID Adve:tieeme .ts at, the above rates wi...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Laidley Shire Council. TENDER FOR MIDDLETON'S CROSSING BRIDGE ACCEPTED. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909

Laidley Shire Council. TENDER FOR 3~1DDLET'ON'S !ROiYS ING BRIDGE ACCEJTED. (PFrom Our Lockyer Corrospondent.) The final meeting of the oaove coun cil as now constituted was held in The Shire Hull yesterday'. There were present-Crs. lIt. i Viertel (Chair man), IR. J. Blake, J. llrimblecomhe, HI. liermansen, John Cook, P. 11. 'Gl..rath. A. iShlecht,. L. J.. l'Nam ura, and J. J. HigiL::s, with the clerk and ,the overseer "(Mlessrs. Will. - A. 3.'llhIialrth- n3 .1 ..1. ?1nowhing).. The following communications were received and dealt with : F rorm the ])eprarlmeot of ]Xahlie Lands,' asking to be furnishuir with particulars in regard to the road whs ch the council ha:l sLated they purrhased some years ago, on' ac count of the road separating p)ortioir ]v, parishir of ].idly, irori portion 17 r, parish of Bienhrlne, not ering suirtable for the requliroments of rate ipay-ers ?-articulars to be forwardnd as roulrsctd. Frrolrm Fred.. H. Bostock, of Ipswich, stating that lie would i.e able t...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Destructive Fire. SAW-MILL DESTROYED. ESTIMATED DAMAGE £20,000. Sydney, January 9. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909

Destructive Fire. S.1 11-1,1., 1 )TI".:TH(IO1Y'E .1 1*S1 \IATEII 11AM110E, 1.20,St)I. (By Telegraph fromn Our Curn~spondent.) Sytloyn JnTuury 9. A dtalrurti\,'t i oCurlrrlod hl ? iiiorn ingat h' lth c Ieluuod Rlivr 'Imliber Cotn lpaul's '?orks utt Soutlll I.isnur. In eIss (dJaull an houlr tle whole 1 .11 null ill 'ins r't' ?ltcaud Ito no..;u. Only a clallma utt?aclld 1,' -tIlh lusno t uilnd'iu?g anta left tn?adiul. 'V'?e dmlaýg ;, a'tiatlloated to oa 1;twunt ,1£5.,tt,: anld £,L~ ,011t)li. 'Thr pull nlttis wre. iusturnd, lirt thi auounts tehre unav'al m1;le.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Swiss Church Collapses. FORTY PERSONS KILLED. SIXTY OTHERS INJURED. London, January 11. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909

Swiss Church Collapses. ------4?-- --.. Fl011'J JP'RSONS KIL]LED. SIXTY OTHI1ES INJ.ICUl)D. (liy Calilo MIossage.) Lando,, .tnlttuv It. T'] ret . tf n d old lllul"h, t tIhe during di'virle h rvic., kli1-ilng 44) ,f ili, tjllage worstl il-rs. Ind itit'ritg 4lid Ic orttimhnko, 1.11t tlhr. delure liae itit wOS lutnse: i) rje riekpTg ,r hIt, boils tit a Oime wettn t1le0 ste-NIgt! 4ft ide *Aiilintg t],d:l len. inll l .irl t.lhrou.) h the eolIrT?"ll ol I *?exteIsilefs ·o ii.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909

DEATH. JOHNSTON.--On the 7th of January, 1909, at his residence, Normanby Gully, Milora, Charles Johnston, aged 64. BEREAVEMENT NOTICE. Mrs. C. J.OHNSTON and Family wish to tender their heartfelt thanks to all kind friends who assisted them   their late trouble-the sickness and death of their Husband and Father ; also, those who sent wreaths and at tended the funeral. IN MIEMORIAM. THAIN.-In loving memory of our dear little son Charlie, who died 12th January, 1908. Oh, why was he taken, so young and so fair. When earth held so many it could bet-     ter spare?   Not gone from memory, and never from   love ; But gone to our Father's home up above.   The Queensland Times. (Established 1859.) TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1909.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SAD DROWNING ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909

SAD DROWNING ACCIDENT. This week (says Saturday's "Dalby Leader"), a very sad drowning acci dent occurred near Burrandowan, the victims being three girls, aged about 15 years-the Misses Webster, Bode, and Bebe. Miss Webster is the daugh ter of Mr. Webster, the owner of Sairum, who only recently arrived from England to take charge of the property. The others were visiting Miss Webster for the school holidays, Miss Bebe coming from Toowoomba, and Miss Bode from Brisbane. From the scanty information to hand, we under stand that the girls went to a creek near the station to bathe on Tues- day afternoon. The first information Mr. Webster had that anything was wrong was when his young son, aged between seven and eight, who had been sent out to bring in the cows, re- turned home and told his father that he had seen the girls' clothes on the creek bank, but no sign of them. Mr. Webster at once rushed to the spot,   and was horror-stricken to find that the three girls had been d...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
HINE—JOHNSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 12 January 1909

A quiet, but pretty wedding (writes a correspondent) was celebrated in St. Mary's Church on Wednesday, the 6th instant, by the Rev. P. Brady. The contracting parties were Miss Ellen Johnstone (youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Johnstone, of Woodford), and: Mr. John Hine (fifth son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hine, of Dundas). 'The bride, who entered the church un der the escort of her brother, Mr. E. Johnstone, looked charming in a pretty cream Sicilian gown. She also wore a coronet of orange blossoms and   wreath and veil. also carrying a hand some bouquet (the gift of the bride groom). She was attended by one bridesmaid (Miss Mary Moore, niece of the bridegroom), who was attired in a pret'tycream silk frock, trimmed     with Maltese lace and pale-blue rib bon, with hat to match. She wore a gold brooch (the gift of the bride groom). Mr. A. Hine was best man After the ceremony the party adjourn ed to the residence of Mr. G. Walters, of Brisbane -s...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Holiday Traffic. INCREASED REVENUE. LONGER DISTANCES TRAVELLED. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909

Holiday Traffic. INCREASSI) REVENUiC. IN'CItE.6S E)l:;Vl,; U1E'S II. . I.ONGER DIUSTANCES TRAVELLED. Tihe Commnisconer for RIailwaiys (Sir. J. F. rhaulln) has hIad prcparcd a cooiparatsive statnlrci t :lhoilig lbth boa?cil s in tlh t.nh. andL at) ,?ai, i isionti "' '.or the CIIhrstniu s and .cw Year holildaias, and alsio thesn for htin I r.\ius cori' irpinlin. liii'da5s. Thei Inurease is rI' i.·,intid! (Iy :197 paIssen .rs, an an in?!. ts i l?'.?i, iii £459 hIs 7d. Th' inr .ish irstl ' a w din to ti lcnger holidays which in diltcd ers e is to trail furthl.1 fram h " than thi y id on l: rivitus coi - ct-ion . Forlhiw ni is a cop:y f the stat"t i inn to '1i:.c rise-irenc, has i'n IIilIP :-l (hirisinnas ivn, ItIOS. 27,.717 liass'a c re for £41732 l)s 104d 'lcisltlm ]i', li17. 22.83:1 piissi tli is for £9111 Os liid -" i' a 11 ini'i a of 1951 iass n tiirs fi'nii in5rcacJ rlevitilts 0 .£1 , (lirishi: Iltiy. 1911(. 12,Ci(' lias .,n p, rs for £22:17 175 .d :, Cliristas IIDy' V"07. 12,2115 ...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Poor Prisoners' Defence. Brisbane, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909

Poor Prisoners' Defence. -: o: [By Telegraph from Our Cprrespondeut.) itrisbaew. .To?nry 1'2. Tlie Attornrl?,y--Gi;l?r?' ('(h i'tllon. l'. O'Sulliv?an) sadl, to-:la'?3 "4at lho Pnor ]rrisrnrs' 1)]aK'xe Art, o(tl:ough tl:,.;t-l ably P?{?t . t? clost 'y in sIduintl l¢i;.( ' iLl 1n , ] was rooutiuidlg t .ework ei?eJolo, lhitilC O snin(l?hll iy oalltt ,'ple ?i Jb1·IUetIs o t. i nlisus1 the prov.lsions: e f the Act. Illlt th, llglistla4tes ije gr:0l ltr:cldq!id,'. Wi0 ly tie diseret.iott dSwo (tleolm tiLt Act.

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Itinerant Teachers. CONFERENCE YESTERDAY. MAPPING OUT DISTRICTS. Brisbane, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909

Itinerant Teachlera. CONFFJ:d~NCE YE:STrERDAY. !APIAI'NG OtuT D)ISTIC1tS. (jy Tl-'Tgraph from Our Corrrspondont.) I!rsan:' l,. Janure I. The 12 itil:erant te..rhrrs in,.jloiing 'Is~sl'.o. T. L. MIulcr and A. Hunt'r, I: ot of whom have hlJ experic?ce in that scstctc, nat tihs mormI , in hc Ii rd!y ;at 11h- 1ieparttent cif su" lie Ilntruotioln t'o i.scuss the condl titus surTourd.og their ,."wr in the spar.:l\" Iopulat Id d:stricts oi wastern n no! rth-w a..t:o n Qu:e.n,] ci. Mr. i. .. IEllisan, 'lho formerly wmsJ on.c c?f tic' dr"' itin.rant tcach..r, shas con o.ppoitecl to taic clnre v( a scdool in the Cocran district, so he wasi noft prcs'r.t. This' prjr:nct were Urstrs. T. 1.. Muller, A. Tmanter, J. U. T? o Iins. T. F. Cl.Ary., W. GoCdsall, J. E. tiadnlcee, O. I.bois, J. A. PWali, T. S. Smith, R. Fanllrc.r, J. iljt, t al J. P. A. Jlenseon. Afte:r a croul philotortlhlt had cc n take'n, thi directo: of ,clucafion (M'. I). Etwart) de:livler:d a short ahres., in which hII: ref:'rrod t...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Inter-State Cricket NEW SOUTH WALES v. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. EASY WIN FOR THE WELSHMEN. (By Telegraph from Our Correspondents.) Sydney, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909

Inter-State Cricket NEW SOUTHII WALES v. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. EASY WIN FOR TIE WELSIlMEN. (Dy TelenCraph from Our Corrlspondsmts.) Syd~in y, January 12. Tin inter-State cricket n:2tch, South Australi.: v. New South Woair, was cclntinued tWhs morninfg in ctoatiiul wnathler r·l w:s concluckd during the day, rie"flfil?g i n a w:n for New South W,;_as I n.no wic ctn and two The followin- cre the sex'es: SOUTH AI3TRALIA.-~First Inningas. Iaayne, e. Gcrry, b. Cotter ..........12 L,. R. Hill, run out ..................... 21 C. L,. Hill, b. Kellaway ..........2... 2 lG hrs. . Citter .......................... 102 Dolling, I.b.w., I. mnery ......... 27 P1lkw, e. Gorrv. h. iAdlaway ...... 3 Cir.aton, Lo. Kellway .................. O O'Cen:or, h. No?l ...................... 7 Woodfurd, run out ........................ 35 lWhittey, not out ..................... 10 Wniht, b. Krllaway ............... 0 Sundries .......... ..................... 33 Total ..:........... ................. 272 NEW SOUTH ...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909

ESpeclal Advertieements. THE ]NEW ' CYVLON -6/ Per Ib.A. GROCERS. jA. PHITEH AD Photographer, ___________ BRIlSBANE-STR~EET. ALL THAT IS NEWEST AND BEST IN HIGH CLASS PHOTOGRAPHY. jVE apeoiay reeorminen our Beautiful ARISTO PORTBRITS, which are proof egaihat inectse. See Specimens in Vestibu e. 17 i i k ' · i ll i ii "IdA 11 11 -mnm? Im l -l?? = (ESTABLISHED 1as.) RIleed's fltisbtngg House , .. ?beeial Christmas!Furniture. IMMENBE STOCK TO SELECT PROM. t?i: BES1 VALUK INTBE CITTY FOR i COASH OR S?IIE PAYMENT. ADDRESS : Aljoining "Qubense and Times" Office., BRISI?ANE.STREET, IPSWICH. 27 d. On Sale id i?hE Daily Issue of the "QUEENS LAND TIMES" is on Sale a the following Agencies. TOWN. iti'bane-street ..... W. Tatham. Brisbane-street ...... W. B. Darker. Bilkbane-tre et .;..d Misses Whitehead ikibane-street ...... E. C. G. Weise Railway Bookstall E. C. G. Weise. Biibane-street ..... Miss Nolan. Stitr treet ....., Mrs. A S. Foster. Btibane-etreet .... B. Duggan. iehollas-street ........

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LITTLE ELSIE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909

LITTLE ELSIE. l"a:nuna.l' said little Elsic, "do S?n, vrer e o to hIeaven ?" • \hy11. ol course, ly dearc'. lWhat, iiiiti'ks 1i.o nsl ?" S'llecause ?1 leveer see l\y piictures if alngils with whiskors." "ell,'." 'aid Ilhe nulhtelr thought iully, "sonle Ilmcnl do go4 to ilenst but they get thire by a close ,shave.'"

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
WORLD'S RICHEST SQUARE MILE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909

WORLD'S RICHEST SQUAlE' MILE. Two hundred and \fifty tmillion pot:nds! T'hat is the estimated capillalised value of property In thle Cilty of London proper to-day, atid no other similar piece of lond in thu world call claitt such a rectrd. lThe :fit-y guadians have onl? jurlsdictfoa over lround Illeasuring (ole squlare mile, the annual ratable value of wlhch, however, is nearly £7,000,000. As a miatter o fact, land in thu City of London ranges front £20 to L70 Per foot. lfust to the east of f1th elansion House, in Loimbard strl'eel., is all area of half anll acre hliuh, itefore tile present buildings wele erected oil the site two years nao, sWas valued at £1.000,000 ster lillg. 'Thllis workst out at betwceen £511 and £0GO per square foot. Nor is this the higlhest price that has heerl obtained for land in thie City. iThe site at tile corner of Threald needle-street andt Old Iroad-street is reported ti have been sold during Irecl:t. times at £70 per square tout. Twelv'e years ago tile...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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THE FIRE AT LORD BRASSEY'S SUSSEX SEAT. ARISTOCRATIC AMATEUR AS FIRE-FIGHTER. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909

THE FIRE AT LORD BRASSEY'S SUSSEX SEAT. ARtISTOCItATIC AMATEUR AS FlItE-FIG lHTER. Slaord Blrassey's beautiful Sussel senat, Noritlanhurst, a noble nlansion noar Eattle, was the seent recently of lire, involving damage to the ex Ltont o froi i 8,000 to £10,000. I'ortullately tile treasures fromn all parts of thLe earth with whllich it was filledt were saved. A Ihouse-party of al.o:lt 20, including Loird and. Lady Hyde and Sir Algernl'lo West, were guests of Lord and Lady Brasscy. Many' of 'hlem were strolling ot the Invl:w just after noon, whien a little smokte was noticed issuing Ifrom the luplter piortioil of tile tlansion. In ;s little while flames were observed, and tln alarm wsas raised. Lord I:rassey gave' thie contitand, " Save tlte tictures !" and after despatching telephone messages to the bIrigades o: eigilloltring towns, superintended ithe efforts of willing helpers frornt along the guests and othlers to re iove thle valuables. Mounting to the roof, .Lord 13rassey gave hi...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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THE KNIGHT—OH, WHERE WAS HE? [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909

THE KNIGHT-OH, WHERE WAS HE? The clock on the mlantellpiece hadl alrealldy struck "olne." AL least, it aouhld have ldone, if clocks had beeni invealled then. S till the noble knight liingered, thinking of srone thinat to say, although 1I1I inarrn.'s daughlter was obviously hall asleep. 'l'nl afraidl" he 'entultedl aL last. "'that 1 aci like an anuger'.'' "Autd w\hy for, Sir K ni.ht? " ' she askeil, talkitg in Lu" slap. "'eca'llse I )atle .oil,' 11e exclaiml ed1. in triusnlih. itle sllocik I'ousd :her', ailll she re Ltorted : "'Nay. then. Ilut otou c rIItlitd ile of an t)icetlllt, fillt-Jolrk gittI." " Aha, fair lady." he queried 'teltilg a caltlplittitlet, "in whatl 1anllller ?" "It takes you so lon t?o go i, l'" hIe uiiuitriiureuh, as site settled don for' aother lnap. At. 1.15 p.t. the porteillis fell wiLth a clanllg, the cat was iput out fir the niight the drawhridge raised, tad all the castle slept. T'he man who clothe's himself in Iris ,tnll rig'hteouslnelss gtlert llv sulerls ...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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LUCERNE IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909

TUCERINE IN VICTORIA. •': . ~c NImr. - During the Inast few years increasedl attention has. een given to lucernal culture in. Victoria. LasRt sedson, partly owing to its advocacy by Mr. Elvwood u ar.d, lucerie-sossin" was z o ixtoelsive tha '-all the availatile scfd was .sold st hbig prices. The autumn is the' most. favourable tinme for sow: Sing, snd the soil ought to ?e wil Spreps.wj before?ahnd, so Otpt the s..d Smay ble sown witli tie first gooa skAns in April. Lucerne tlhrives, best in Sopen,. fmree soils in which there is plentry of linme.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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THE CZAR'S BODYGUARD. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909

TIlE CZAR'S BODYGUARD. --I When the Czar learned that his favourite regilnent had adopted reso Ittions upholding all the actions of tile )uma, iand announcing that thie ie'iii itt-(iit 110 n u o're polics tfuty- en tatilag ln'lI slaying of hrothcrs oa fatelrs, hIe s-as stunnedl as by a t.iw int tie face. C'using ollicers anid nlien to lb ldrawn up 1.eore the Pleerlchof palace, lhe. lllae thenl a sarl'castic address, exlllessltlg llg'tL at the evidence Il their disloyanllty. Not only was the reglelllilt deprive\'d for al ll ime of thC special pr:'ivilees enjoyed by. guards mIi:ni, but even its natie was chaniged T'hreaflcr it was des:giated ".thc Sle:ial Infantry Battalion." lt.was ktosn that disaliction was spreading to the ranks of the anl y. I-or that reason, lnnny clomlllandsl thait had long heen quarterued at St. fltelisliurg and Mloscow oil special duty were sent to remlote stations itl the enltiri, and their places taken Iby trllsted Cossacks. As troubles increased anlt new da...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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COOLING MILK FOR CHEESE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909

COOLING MILK FORi CIHEESE. One of the'fictioa that has hoes? cir culatled in regard to dairying is that the direct effect of p·fopir cooling ofi Smilk for cheegi-m?king means a de SCided incease .in.the yield (says the Sydney "Daily Telegriph"'). The New IZealand Dairy Division reports a geries of tests in investjation of these as sertions. The .experiments woiet Ito show that if curds work normally-' that is, not too fast nor ,too slow the cdoling bf the milk has no in ' ::"fuence whatever, n the yield of cheese. The report states that "memuiers of t ohe division have always recomareded the cooling of milk as a decided 'ad vantage in getting a better-flavoured milk supply. We still 'lelieve that cooling is onb'of ,the maost potent fee tores in attainipg this' end: It has also been cositdnded by oifficers of the division that in cases where sulch cool ing has thb effect of prev·sting cardsl developlin acoidity faster tlhan a inormal rate, or. wlheie it has been the. sueans o . pro -...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 13 January 1909

ARf i CAILTON. 1tOTORIA. I. Iargrave, 827 Druarmotd-street, ortUh Carlton, elthourne, Victoria, rites:--"Last winter I was s :(oring jot two snlon?ts with a very severe ld. I could Ihrdly spenl above a wllisper ac fact. ame of my friends saRid 1 ,ould omY voino altogether. After tryinp but ?hff a dozen rcmodies, I challcod "e so eaevertisoient o Dr. Sheldon's ? Discovery. I tried it, and used four ttles, which cmnpletely cured nit. Io then I have recommended it to lots .people witb good results. I hu'e tr children, and lhenever they rget d, Dr. Sheldeon's New Discovery is i *tuni for them." Dr. Shntl .- New Discovery for Cough~l Colds is an unesocqllced pirenurntio Dis cnur of all Clhest Compladulis ,n' aog Troubles, Price, Is lid nrd Sao (e Mec. Obltainnble at G. HI. Wilson an' ., Wholesalc Distributirs.0 7

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