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Science. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 January 1887

Science* Prehistoric Dentistry.— Dr. Mart or, of Rome, lias for some time past been devoting considorablc timo to examining the skull* in tho various museums in Italy, and in Etruscan aud Roman tombs; and he lias given an account ot bis investigations in the Inde pendent Practitioner. In the ruins of one of the Etruscan tombs, about the date iiOOn. o., he found a partial denture. It was an ar rangement for holding in position three upper artificial teeth by handing them to the natural teeth. These teeth were carved out of some large animal's tooth. And the den ture found in an old Roman tomb consists of i.wu uaiurai teem lasrencii oy means or sou gold bands to the contiguous teeth. Tiie most recently opened nnd oldest Etruscan tomb yet discovered in Italy was recently exca vated at Capodimonti ; this tomb belongs to the sixth century 1). c., and amongst several articles of jewelery a denture, very similar to those above described, wai found. Mr. Marter was unable to discover any sto...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 January 1887

Gricket. Tlie fit's t match for the CrBswick Olmllengo Cup waa commenced on a ground specially selected close to the township, known as the ' two pints' of ,local notoriety, The day was un comfortably hot, ulthough at the start of the game, tho few spectators present found some shade under one of these pines, iJuitng tne Htternoor. several vehicles, with a fair sprinkling of ladies graced tho ground, and the game with their presence materially added to the pleasure of the day's outing. The well known iinpuiiciiliotisness of our local cricketers was made again apparent, an it was fully an hour after (sharp). 1 1 a.m. before tha game waa started, Dr, Anderson atld W, Armstrong being the Captains elect of the North and South sides of the Mnrru&ibidgee, combined teams respectively. The Noith winning the toss, elected to go to the wickets. The tirst two repte neutfitives being E, C. Rowling and Lobsey facing the bowling of Stpoke and Baker, the Usual trial being given, Stooke put...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Sketcher. Canoeing. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 January 1887

Slictcber. UanoeiHfj, Canoes wore in use many Centuries ago by tho early inhabitants of Great Britain and Ireland. Canoes of ancient pattern havo boon dug up in tho countries named. They wero in uso by Indians whentAmerica was discovered. Thoso used by the Indians wero of tho rudest description, and wero hollowcdout of tho trunks of trees. Canoe ing is of necessity a solitary sport. But few double canoes aro now mado, and but ono person can sit in an ordinary craft without capsizing it. Its very solitude has charms formally. Modernized canocshavo sails which permit tho frail craft to make good timo in smooth waters. Only tho boldest sportsmen vonturo out in a canoo when tho water i3 rough or ,;t storm is browing. Recently two momb'ers'of tho Brooklyn Club attempted to'' paddle their boats on a choppy 3ea which was running high, and were' rewarded for their pains with a thorough Wetting, tho canoes be coming upset beforo thoy wore 200 feet from shoro. Tho typical canoeist's ? cos tum...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 January 1887

MALCOLM & BEATY, #toch antl #tntiou ^gentjs, sgaUw?;, Suictioum'.si, and ' BAI/SIAN AB,89. LAND AGENCY. MALOOLS'& BEATY Are prepared to [DRAW UP APPLICATIONS Under thff €r»Trn Lands Act of 1884, And p«ss through tho X.AJSTD OFFICE, Also appear* at tha Local Land Court, And attend to any tAS5-; BUSINESS ' Euti »U»d to there IMF iDforhiwUiin Hint particulars on ??? J and' Matteri'lp be had fronv V MALCOLM & BEATY, ' ???' .!? Balranald. .?..''the,;;'-'' Australian JointvStock Stank, fteorporated by Act o ( Council, 1853. PAID UP CAPITA L-^500,000, with power to iricreMfl to .£1,000,000. . ' Bcsbrve Fdkd— £270,000v' HEAD OFFICE ' Sroxxr. ' S.ONDON OFFICE r 2' Kixa William Stredt, E.C Branches tliroughoutN'cw South W.tleB and Queens land : Agents in nil tlio other Colonies and in Grit Britain, America, India, China ; and correspondent the principal cities of the- world. The Bank discounts bills, grants cash credit*, taakM advances on approved accurlty, negotiates ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 January 1887

Hoi els. .. JBalranaid Hotel f Mrs; M. ;j; MURPHY Trji'*(5S to nnilounbii to Iwr frinnrin itmllhe J3 jiulrfu'.' tint tshu. lists how tikfti the klmve woll-Unown llntc); It, wiHhe.hti ? jemlcavonl' to conduct the - Hv^fchufc; i!Ttfn|»rr^n*T A **mrm ;-5V Avi ti^ ? tlsfuVmjjolitnn IlotcU m ntfr-ttifvfc:jm:P.fl ahtl ifcohifiift. '.?»??* » ? ? r^'*' .f, Kverv attention jKud tb ? Hoarders jind .4-VihtlorK. . Tlio largest ihid nlost commodious house J town; £3m';s, & ^invite of ttic v §vnml-s always in jFirst-fchtss ^tabling. Bitliar'ii#. M J MUIU'HV; , . j a.. lYoynetrc'sB.' i {,.'?? ... . — : — — - — — i £ A 3r JO I? 'V '.S , :?. Commercial liotel* p M'MAHON BROTHERS, j. PltolMilKTOltS. . XrJiSSKS. M'MAJlON BROS. i.p-? iVL to nouty to the ]nililio of liiil i-uiuiUl auil district, t lisil Lliey liiive Siikeii lliK iiliovi! well-known Hotel, and iojm 'by giving every iVH'-iViSoiv, to Writ & fair share of support. ^Eveiy accommodation; /with hohic ? bnn)forts. --?' Sample Ro...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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PASTORAL. Balranald Riverina Recorder Office, Tuesday Evening [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 January 1887

PASTORAL. ' Balranald, ? ? Rivtrin*. JteeortUr Office; i . Tfueaday Evening. ? Aiie « earner lor tJic | xu-t week has been mostly of a olose ami miurgy nature. On Mon* day tlm sky for the greater part of the day was quite orcjcant with signs of rain,, but yesterday openoiMiright aud clear with tho lleat increasing,. with no signs of .riiiu*. The i country round here hegius ttt vveara parched ! — »wu u guwu jau oi raui wuuiu oe wel comed by all; ' Stock Movements — 512' raino; the pro perty of Messrs. 0. and F. Officer, Langii KaJ TCal crussed heiv on Monday for Kaliaia Xaui Buahe, in charge. Rivera.. — Munujijljid^ee— -fiundiigni, J£ft ; H*y, JOiif;. Wa^'ga, i!2tt ; Balranald, 3ft ®',n' Darling — \Vilbuuiiiu, lift 8iu Meuin 'ie»2Gft 2in jPooiioaiie^ 23f' Sin; Went Mortli |2ft 4in Murray— Wuh^tiuyali, 4ft Iin ; Ecliiic.'i,' 4tt Hdl. 4ft 3iu Kuston, 4ft 5in ; Albury;. lit %lu JliDmna -gUcorbei 'WEDNESDAY, 26th JANUARY.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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SHIPPING [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 January 1887

SHIPPING Permewan, Wright ami Co, report the sr nival of the stsmrur Ferret fpum Echuca on Saturday with cargo attire*, tfho proueetlotl up stream, name evsuiui' for Tuura i.auduik tu load 200 li.dei uf wiMil l uB wa^ie aim uurge longo arrivea from Hay ou Saturday -mri 760 bales of wool Doticfti for KoJiuca. Owing to die low state ol the liver alio had to unlouil four time* on tho way down, and ewatuiiieii oonaideruble damage to Iter paddles.. \ ~

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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The Farmer. [?]tected Horses. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 January 1887

~r ,Uk /ai'iiiciv ? ^ 1 Horses. ' ' 'Mr. 1'. H. Fuhm, a furniture and piano femow at ]\klden,- gives liis experience in ?.?y-'iiOiO-'-ifcw/on Iraiutnript with barefooted ;V. horses, Ho linn driven throo horses (two weighing 1,100 pounds each and 1,!!00) v ' since January, 1885, without shoes. Tlio ? largo horso lmd always been lamo since ho bought lum, fourteen years ago, until ho took his shoes oil. The animal has not gono lamo smco. Ho was driven on hard Hint roads,, and of courso, on pavements in Jtoston. Tho horses travel better than . before their shoc3 wero tal-en off. Thoy aro not afraid oil slippory pavements, as . . they wero with shoes on, and there is no troublo in getting round on any kind of ? a going m tlio city. Mr. Tallin drovo to Shrewsbury, 35 miles from Mcldcn, after two days' ram in February, 188G, when it wn- so icy that a boy could skate all tho ? way, and had no troublo. Tho hoof is . hard and broad, and the frog is full and ? plump, and on a level. They had d...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Australian Tales and Adventures. No. 14.—(Continued.) An Episode of New Zealand Life. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 January 1887

Australian Tales and AdYentores. No. 14. — ( Continued .) An Episode of New Zealand Life. ' By A. 0, DONNELLY. I thought her evident prido in being the descendant of a chief rather absurd for I wa3 not well enough acquainted then with Maori customs to know how highly they value a brilliant ancestry. Returning to tho subject evidently upper moat in her mind she eaid. ' My father haa not many booka. I havo ono a beauty that Paul Moss brought mo from Sydney. I hate him but I liko tho book. It is full of otories about beautiful ladies and their lo-.-em, nd ;t haa a great many pictures.' 'If you will come up with mo to the houso I said, I will find you ono that you will like. 'Not to night thank you,' eIic answered. 'It ia too lato now my father docs not liko mo to bo out in tho dark. I will oomo to morrow. Gaod-byo now.' And Bho held out hor hand bus withdrawing it again eho flung her arms ronnd my neck whispering, in her peculiar cooing voice. ' I like you better than' nny one I ever s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 January 1887

rr — v ? ? — . *rb 'tke 'Residents .(if &wan' HiH itml TMstrict. - A Sj.it .is,., our , intention to mako the y l\,_ filtering Records, {retily, . circulate ^brought, ut, Swan . HilL.an'd- District, we, are - , making ,aiTatigement0;fco /irvv all . thq local, ^infarijmtiuu,. about your . DiHti'iet fully re« iCor-led..iu .ouc .column*, ..and hope by these . m.eaua.to establish, a cunuectiun among you. it. Having, at .[present., a,u good , circulntiou ,-throughuut Riyoriua, -ubicli , \\ehope to in* crease largely on. , the, Victorian .side, of, the .Murray. . The JRccordcr, will therefor^ be u ' cood piedium for. Ad.vui;tising, and. the Bates 4beiug Exceptionally. lyaW,. should be a great jiniluceuicnt. to advertisera. , We. therefore ^ojhj to receive from you a liberal share of Buyport.,. .. ... t ^ , i. - Subscription per 'quarter, 6s. in advance, 7»..oh cretjit..,, v, ... , . i JQB .P^lXK'^lNG in all its branches at. the moat R'taqQiiablo Kates. . , , MALCOLM, aud ,BK4.TY( ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 January 1887

Swan Hill Hotel PATRICE GLBNNY/ Proprietor. to iriform the public tliat lid' bus first-class accommodation fof visitors.' Loose Boxes and Good Sfcatlinjj/ ^Mt Brands of Wines, Been,' and' Spirits. Good Billiard' Table,' Splendid Mnsic Hall, 58 *'.27, suit' able for Dramatic Performances, Con-' certs and Dancts. E.- H.' FARRANTi Hairdresser, Tobacconist,' aW Fancy Goods, Newspaper Agent.' V GENT FOR 11 Age,' ' Leader, ' iX ' Australasian,' ' Argiis,' ' Sket-. chcr,' 'Sportsiiian,' ' Family Herald,' ' Australian Journal,' ' Once a, Week,' 'Piincb,' ' Kerang Time's,'. ' Illustrated Australian News,'. Sydney Bulletin,' 'Sydney' Mail,' ' Echo,' ' Herald,' and RiveihS-a' REcoiibEii;' D«' Atkinso^ aid1 Dr%gist;» Post' Promptly'^ Attended to/ Dentistry in' all its'Braricheg, Gv R;- & J.- Plight^ CARRIERS AN£- F6RWARDIFG; AGENTS,' . BOfrRT & ±E HMq. Agitin , at Boort ' fiof tlie . National'

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"ALMA." AN ORIGINAL AUSTRALIAN STORY (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER XIX.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 January 1887

'ALMA.' ? An Obiginai. Austk alian Story, by ? ? HAROLD STEPHEN, Eeq;, M.P.- . or - HEW SOUTH WALES. (All Rights Reserved .) CHAPTER XIX.— (Continu ED.) 'You . moan Alma Trodouiar,' began ?.?? Grace. ?v: ' Who did you say ?' interrupted Bertio in an exaitcd tone. ' Alma Tredegar,' replied Graae, 'But - whatistha matter?' v;: ;,' '-Bertie had started to his feet, and, in bo . . doing, nearly upset tho table. Ha hastened to apologise, and related h:a adventure of tho ?' PMOedlng day, when he met the brother of Miss Tredegar, 111 company with Sir. Cliarlos Worth. 'Sir Charle3 North I'* paid Mr. Harvey. ' Why hs had the name nf being one of tho ? safest men m tho city. His no, tob, failed, and come oat here to see!: m-j fortnno? Well, well, it is a strange world! Who could havo thought ho would .nave made a mesa of it?' ? Bertie explained that Sir Oiinrles .had by no means 'mado a meaa 01 it/' butnad conio .-.. ? cut on b.: (iao.:. p.b i wall a v ' viow to find Miss Alma I'retlegar. 'Fo...

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Sing me a Song of the [?] Days. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 January 1887

...' 1 — ? — : ?,vSIng inc a Souk or ino wmv» ' -l-ays. ?^.Bing mo a Bong of tho old timo— , N 'Highland Laddio ' and 'lionny Doon j V'Sing to me now in tbo fading light, ! For my heart goes baok to my youth to night — Sing mo come dour old tano. 'And I will dream as I hear your voico, Swcot and tendor, and strong and clear, . „ Like your mother's voico, when tlicso songs eho sung, ? , . Long ago when wo both wore young — You aro ho like hor, dear, . Take down her harp and touch tho strings ; . Too long, too long havo thoy silent been. My heart has been full ol Lurry and strife ? - And the.oaro and worry of activo life — - ? I long for tho Bonga again. Sing ' Yo banks and braes of Bonny Doon -,'1 Your muther sang that song to you Whilo sho rookod you tliero on hor breast ; - to Bleep. Dear little daughter do not woep — Sing mo tho old songs, too. S-ng'Logan Water' and 'Land o' the Leal,' ? Annie Laurie ' nnd 'Barika o'-Deo;' ? Dear old songs that wo nover forget, Over my heart thoy ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Swan Hill. January 22. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 January 1887

? - fewari Hill. (rittitf our own corue8ivondent)' .lunuarv 11. The magisterial ehquiry into, the death of Mr. Grieve was resumed and Concluded on' Tuesday last, an open verdict was returned; as there' was no 6vi(feiYc'e to show how the g'uu1 was dis charged.- Tho examination' of his ji'a'pfer's etc'.y showed tliat he was Iri good 6ircunMances.- A will was' found,' nnmA' fhriaia mrmflin K&nlr ? Vip line l'effc all' his property id' his nl'otheiy iii Eri'glarid. . Great consternation1 was created in' -!he' town on Monday m'ornin'g by sonie 6We' having laid poisoned baits the pre vious' evening. A number of dog's which' ?were valued by their owners havirig been killed thereby ; ori'e' oi1 two resi dents are suspected, and there are threats Expressed, but nothing like proof is forthcoming. Tne river is falling fast,- and the ^roubleS of. She larger steamers have' (Somtafenced.- Tlie Trafalgar was stuck heris' .oh irfonday ahd Tuesday. , Tlie' Btftin'ey, Goldsborough, and Kelpie...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Euston. January 23. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 January 1887

Euston. (FhOh' our own CoRREapbwbskT.y January 23: - It is \Vitn feeliiSgs of deep regret that t have on this occasion to' record tho' death' of -' Edith'' third eldbst daughter' of Our old and much- respected towns-' man,- Mr Stokes.- ihe poor sullerer only s! little more' tliaiv a1 vcek- ago ap peared t6'be in lier usual- good' health, and- Very Suddenly began to show signs Of Her iliivess.- No time was- lost in1 seeking medical assistance, ? the young, girl beisig driven ta Wentworth last Sunday for that purpose'. Dr. Thorn ton -waB called in. immediately oft ar rival, and at once announced the oase ?,'n h6fx5less 'ont\ 'She was brought back ?bn Wednesday, and gradually 'gtew l'**vorso t'ill, 'death emtio to hor relief nt i jB. o'c!6ck'-$ft Saiui'clft'y morning. 'iHie j 'jdocpasSa SVrw 12 yonis old, nntVn tfen 'eral tVivoii'ntft . Much sympathy is felt jfor tlid paVo'h'ts in their b'rcn verrient [which .yfia toaiiifost-ed by tho largo Bumbnr thft't followed the Veinnitis 't6 jtho...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 January 1887

General News/ ; '£ A R'fr:ictory Bndegrnnnr.— A sin- 1 ?j jpifav evcrrt. occirrerf at a choveii at Wit- j leiilwiir,. Staffordshire, mi Tuesday. ' A couple |iieseiitcd themselves to he mar ried, and npon thn clergymnn prttting the qw.stSmy '-Wi.ft th'on have this ?woman for thy wedded wife,' tho bride groom answered with an nniplinticr 'iNo and left th? church. His explanation ?Was that a- yeiir ago whfii he waited to Be married hi»,iutende I hrfile : ITi'fusnd, and ho thoiislit tlio present occasion anTirilcd'liim tlie opportunity of ' return nig the complment.' . In ' Ch^mbpi-'a Journul' it:is stated that in the ' Camera' Yiiiigiizihe a very am ions ptipnouvanon in cnnnection witii photo«ni|iliy is recorded by l.liw ]ierson ?wHp- observed :it.; lie look a portrait of a ciiild uppiirently in full health and ?witii a clear sftin, Tlie negative picture showed the face to be thickly , covered ?with an eruption,- Three days after 0 wards the oliil.d'. was covered: with spois d'ue to pr...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 January 1887

General News; Mr. R; Striiklarid who fiiled th6' position of P.M. for the Nortli-westerri! district of Victoria for a ritnpber of years, lias been promoted to tho more' important appointment of Sandhurst; whefo feel sure the residents , of that town' will give Mr. Strickland as. & well known Beridigoiiian a cordial welcoirie. . Mr. G. W. Campbell who is one of the' .lately appointed Police Magistrates will relieve Mr/ Strickland In connection With' the latter gentleman we notice from' the 'ICorang Observer,' that he met with' a serious accident last Tuesday,- at. Pyramid Hill,- where he was attending to', court duties; walking about just before the' openirig of the court Mr. Campbell hsd the rcisfortune to fall irf a cellar owning, at the hotel he put up at, sustaining so very severe a shaking that k'6 was unable 10 attend court. He was carried to the tiffin arid removed to Sandhurst the same afternoon. The Victoi'ian Minister of Apicul ture^ when in America,' obtained in Ca...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 January 1887

Remember This. If your sick Hop Bittors will surely aid Nature in milking you well when all else fuils If you aro costive or dyspeptic. or are suf fering from any other of tho iuimoroua*dia casos of the stomach or bowels, it is your own fault if you remain ill, for Hop Bitters' is a sovereign remedy in nil such complaints. | If you aro Nervous use of Hop Bittors. If you have rough, pimply, or salloiv skill, ? ' bad breath, pains and aches,- and feu! miser- ' able generally, Hop Bitters will give you fair skin, rich bloody and sweetest breath, and . uealth. i That pom-, bedridden, invalid wife, sia ' ter, motiier or daughter, can bo made tlie picture of health, by American Go's Hop ' Uitters,- costing but a tnlle. Will you lot tliem sutler? In short they cure all Diseases of the ? stomach, Bowels, Blood, Livor, Nerves, Kid- * ueya, Blight's Disease. £500 will be paid for u case they will not ouro or help. Drug gists aud Cheuiista keep. Prosecute tlie Swindlers I ! If when you call fo...

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Mount Wycheproof. January 21. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 January 1887

Mount . Wycheproof ('From1 driil- ttwn Correspondent.) . . January 21.: I A yfeYy painful .sensation' occurred] Here, on Monday .last,, by a sad and fatal; ac.ciderit. -wfiicfr happened to Mr. Hetheftrigtori's sori'.; « seems tliat' WilliariV Hether'irigtdri, i a fail of 14; 3-ears, started to'go to the Wycheproof Post Office to post a let'tsr, vrftep he .'?was riding his poiiy it is believed that ih jviinpirig the fence trie horse threw . ...£«? ? :il. ^ u.-_ V 11X3 yyuu .miiiug licibviijr ^uil 1115 head sustained a, fracture of thp. skull, ? dne side of the head was dorisidei'ably Bulged: out while ori' the other it -yas. ^iiite hollow, the eyes nearly swelled out of his head; outwardly there(were rib sigris of . the horse !i avirig falieri on .,i theboyi- It is surmised that tii.8' poor - lad was . thrown violently on his1 head', ?which' itf' supposed to be tlie cause of death!- AVsooii1 as .the ' cjeceased was' Conveyed' home,1 I)r. , Degner was immediately sent' for,. also Dr. ...

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Miscellaneous. Healthy Occupations. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 2 February 1887

%M$cel,laiuou3. Ilcnllhy Occupations. The first place among beilthy occurations is held by ministers of icligion, the death rale of this class bfcing 553. Ne\t wo have gardeners and nurserymen, who stand at 5')9; farmers nnd grnziois, (HI; agncnltiiral laborer*, 701; schoolmasters 718; tho other trades which follow closely on these being grocers, coal merchants, paper manufacturers, lace and hosiery manufacturers, wheel wrtehts, ship builders nnd shipwrights and coal mincre. The figure of mortality for all these trades is under 775. On the other side, Mint nf t.lin lllilicnllliv nominations, the first place is held by tho trades which nro con corned in tho manufacture and distribution of intoxicating drink, which as is well known, entail many temptations to uso it to oxccsp. Thu list of 'unhealthy occupations is headed by the clnsa of inn and hotel servant, lvhoso figure mounts up to 2,205, being nenrly double that of the medical profession. The highest places next to them nro held ...

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