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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 15 December 1903

' m Would you like ^ ^ Vble t0-^t tma ^ «> ? Would you likeTo iiicr^ tha numbev of red Wood covpusolcsiu your body? Do yOU WJWlt iiav0 lcscive of novvo lorce / ^ .y i r DO yOU Wish ^ ^ more vigorous ill miud and body i . THEN TAKE A • COURSE OF. O/V'C. The Finest Pick-Me-Up. ■ i®; :Pink Pills- The modern Family Apperient. Agent : A. J. NEWTON, " : CHEMIST. Tamnt. ,-E. G, COOKE & CO.\x=req-\ ;E' G. Cooke.] [N. P. Campiihw/ STOCK; 'STATION,; AND GEN-; .. ' EBAli,COMMISSION AGENTS, AUCTIONEERS,,VALUATOE«,' - TUMUT. .... v._r, ..... ... • t >. ;.,;.OrrlCE :< Commercial -Hotel, > , J / ^^licNotice. TO STOCK OWNEES," PA'STOEALISTS, •/ , 7T1HE undersigned has very much pleasure .J_ ;ii^;.amoun(^j;/to/'the^piibU'o generally that he*-has opened a branch business as /' / Auctioneer, Stock, -Station arid General Commission Agent, ' .y . ik . ■ Under the name and style of ' 0. '@v ^00^^.(70 s,Aiid .that 'the business will be conducted under'the itianagement of my par...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 15 December 1903

Medical. Dr. Lyttleton, Government Medical Officer TUMUT-STHEET, ADELONG. W.V.M. LYTTLKTON, SU11GEON DENTIST [bkgisterkd] , TUMBARUMBA. Late Mechanical Demonstrator Sydnej University Dental Scho"l. Late regimental dentist to 5 Catt. Aus. Cum. Horse. I§. Macquafie assail; jkrgrst; Jfoclisi, TUMUT. "'Nothing Succeeds Like Success-" E. A. Fitzgerald, KYEAFEA VINEYARD, WAGGA WAGGA. Established 1884] All Winos ptwrartrrd absolutely pure : free frr.ro saccbarine or other cielpferions maHcrs. No doctored Wines' kppfc in Ffrc-k. W. H. Bridle, local Agent. E. DEAR, Aerated Watei AND Cordial Manufacturer TUMUT & A»ELON» qiHE U n der S i g NED prepared to PUIICIUSE, FOB CASH marsupial skins. sheep skins, hides. &C.. &C-, In Large or Small Quantities, hd will pay Weekly- Vis. to ADliLONG on TUESDAYS,. And may be seen at ROSS' OMMEllCLAL HOTEL. JAMES'UUDSQN, Tunmt. MRS. G. E. SCHINTLER . THE Federal Tea Rooms AND Fruit & Fancy G oods Shop (Next to EyJes & ...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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"The Tumut Advocate." TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1903. GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 15 December 1903

fpumuf ^AdOocate.'' TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1903. GKNl^RAiL. • ' Sale of publicans' booths, &e., in connection with the Tumut Turf Club's Boxing Day meeting to-morrow at ll a.m. shar^v* *"" . j Owing to pressure on our space we j are obliged toehold over the report of tb.e School ^. Children/a Concert on .Friday knight. ^It will appear ins next issue of the V:$xpress.'' At. the magisterial 'inquiry concerning the' death of Samuel Lochel aged 70, who , died suddenly ai Fifteen-mile,' n Eiandra,. on the 6ob inst., a verdict of death from natural causes-.was returned. The many.frienrls of Mr. and*Mis« R. A. Newman will hear with'deep regret that M rs. Newman'is seriously ill in a private hospital in Sydney.: having undergone .a very serious operation on the 4th inst. From latest accounts we are pleased to? note she is out of-.danger, and trust to hear of her speedy recovery. At a*'special'meeting of the.comn it" tee of .the T^mnt. A. an<l.P. Assoiia.". tion on Saturday...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 15 December 1903

# § No other Pianos f ® EVER 3$ MADfc" COMBINE ^ SO'FtJLLY"' ^fy The Desi'rabfo Qualities ■ : a'\ i) 4A CHARACTERISTIC ££■ 'Jg FEAT OR ICS KOUND ^; ONLY IX %. H s ffianps. || '30 Send for Catalogues post fret. U W. H. Paling & Co., Ltd., ^ || SYDNEY. W MR. G. T. BUDD' has been ao' pointed AGENT -and. LITERARY REPRESENTATIVE at ADELONG for ''the "Adelon<3:; and Tumut Express*" and ";Tumut Advocate," and is authorized to receive orders for ;advertisements, 'subscriptions find 'printing, j arid'- to receive monies owing.' . A. WILKIE WATSON,' ' ' '"Proprietor..;'

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET. ADELONG v. WONDALGA. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 15 December 1903

CRICKET. | ADELONG v. WONDALGA. A match between Adelong'C.C. and Wnnilalga' C;C., was.: played "on Wednesday lastand resulted in a, win for Wondalga by 17 runs on the 1st inninjjSi Scores:— ADELONG. 1st'Innings. Eyles, b Ferguson .. .. 2 li Prowse, b Stanton' .. .. 4 Smiles, c Ferguson, b:Stanton.. 9 Benson, b Ferguson -.. ' .. 1 A.vres, c Humphreys,:b Stanton 4 Moon, b Humphreys .. .. 4 W.'Pr->wse,:b Humphreys, .. 0 O'Keefe, b Stanton .. .. 7 Bellamy, not out.. .. ... 1 Sundries .. .. .. 9 Total.. .. • ... .. 41 2nd In isbs. Eyles, b Stanton.. .. . ...,50 R Prowse. c Fe-guson • .. .. 7 Smiles, run out .. ... .. 3 ;■'-Benson,'b Stanton !f.'. 1 ; : Ay res, b Stanton.. .. ■ .. 0 Moon, b Humphreys ".. . . 1 W Pr wse, not out .. 9 O'Keefe. b Stant»n ... 1 Bellamy, b Humphreys.. .. 3 Sundries .. .. .. 4 Total.. .. ■ .. 79 WONDALGA. 1st Innings. Roe,b Eyles .. 8 Stanton, h Eyles.. .. . . 4 J Ferguson, b Benson" .. .. 7 Dean, b Benson .. 0 Humphreys, b Eyle3 1 .. ..17 E Ferguson, b Eyle...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 15 December 1903

SPOKTING. THE *fURF. The Tumbarumba Turf Club hav selected January 12 and 13 for tbeii annual race meeting, and have provided a two-day's programme (five events on the first day and six on the second), and giving £lS5 in addeii money. Nominations for the Tumb» rumba Handicap and Hurdle R»ct close on 'Ja»miry 4, Messrs. VY Griffiths and Burton are tli' joint hon. aecret.iuica. Racehorse owners are reminded of the closing of nominations for tbi First Hurdles, N.Y. Handicap ami Town Plate to be run at tbe Adelong .Jockey Club's annual races on January 1 and 2, to-night, .at 9 p.m. witii tbe secrubitty, J>li . G.'!'. Build. There is one Tiicn-meeting at lea-t held in • li.- .ili •:!'fi(;t.,^].]iij,;.i no wed aA much as a picnic-outing us producing a <lay!s sport, and that is Killarney. Anniversary Hay (since the Tumui. Turf Club revived racing on Boxing Day) is when they are to be held. A neat little programme was drawn up and is published elsewhere, and tbe course is bein...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Farm and Station. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 15 December 1903

I Farm and Station. i • .... Dniry farmers and others interested should not miss t.lio opportunity of hearing Air.'O'Ctillughan's lecture on dairying at. O'Enen'a Hall to-morrow night. Mr. O'Oallaghun will also lecture in the Oddfellows' Hall, Ade\x=req-\ lone, on Thursday night. Tended close on - Friday for th« erection of a cheese factory at Rose\x=req-\ bunk for Messrs. Isaacs Bros. Messrs. O'Brien and Son are initiating a new depnrturo in the order of things at Tumut by holding weekly Saturday afternoon sales of poultry, egg*, bacon and farm produce. In a lance producing district like this a good trnde should be done in these particular linos. 'Sale'by miction of land at Bnmbow\x=req-\ lee and cottage and' land in Tmnut by Mr. Bland Clayton on Saturday. Onr veteran woolirrower, * Mr. Thomas Iveefe, of VVyungle, has fully sustained his reputation at the recent wool sale* held in the ; metropolis. Out of 129 bales, the result of his clip this season, 'be sold us follows27 ''aics o...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 15 December 1903

Chom'.ua, Infantum.—This has long • been rcgii 1'iipd us one of the nv st dangerous and fatal diseases to wl ich infams are subject : Jtenn be cored, however, when properly trcuted. All tlmt is necessary is to give Ohnntberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea lifinedy nnd; cnslor oil us. diiemed, wltlv ent'hi buttle;..,and. a J cure is certain. Since thisj remedy; haB,.ccane into : such ueneral use, there are very'few deaths froir cholera ^infantum. ; and none'whatever when; it i is given. For sale by PEAliCE & LONGADE\x=req-\ LONG. At-the'Railway Oponinfr (Governor'n Dmj) ; vtl)i,ou#ib thu si.n etsf; at the IJacicoum*; on the stands ; and any otiier view of tbe ViceRejjal party and those suriounding them (local pfople particularly prominent), at p. JMcRAE'S Studio, Russell-street, JEolargemcnt of any cega\x=req-\ e, at bedrock

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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ADELONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 15 December 1903

ADELONG. The clo.=itiL' of part (if Short-street east of Campbell street, separating Adelong Pmk from. Crown portions 1 and 2 of section 88 and Mr.--. Kennerley's portions 252 and 258, is gazetted. At the Adelong Police Court on Saturday, before Messrs; YV. Clarke P.M., and T. W. Witts J.P., a yotith .mimed Loiiis Bourgoine, on remand, ,wns charged with breaking and entering the dwelling bouse of Williiim Dunstone,' and stealing therefrom a gold ring, valued at 25b. recovered. After bearing the evidence the ben e.h reduced the charge to one of stealing from a 'dwelling. Accused gave evidence on bisi,own behalf and stated that be picked the ring up in ;Tumut-street. The police stated that the accused was very Tespi ctably connected,;and bad nlways borne :it good ebur acter till witliin the last three months; The accused, electing to • be dealt with summarily by the I enc-b, was sentenced to three months' hard labour, separate treatment, in Gonlbucn g»vl. A further; charge againet tbe...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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SYDNEY WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 15 December 1903

SYDNEY WOOL SALES. ABTove- WP (Gundngai), 7 a: 10f.I, 11 at 9£ I, 13 at 9£, 6 at. 9d, 19 at 8f i, 16 first piecei at 8.1, y second pi' ces at 61, 7 cross br* tl pieces at 7Jd ; good staple, bright., rather yolk^. 8W over S. White over Clarendon (B< thungr ). 27 at 12Jd, 18 at llid, first pieces. at lOd, s-econd pieces at ,8J-i, first.-lv Hies nt 8Ji, first Jambs at, 11 J-1, second lambs at 9£d, rains at bfd; mice quality, good staple, rather tender. MM over C, from OoIhc, 19 at lOJd, 5 first pieces_ at. 9d ; nice quality, excellent staple. GWL over F rn Hill, 11 at 'lOJ-d, 4 >it '8f I. 4 ii! 6JI. 27 ac lOd. 12 hi 8fd, 8 »t 3fi. CI' over BS, from Coolac, 20 at 10.1. GAND, fioni Ilil las Creek, 19 fl. ece at 101. AL over /* r>il»ilmid, from Gnnda\x=req-\ giti. 28. at 101, 5 at 9£d, 5 at 9d, 4 fiist pirees a' 9£ I ; very good quality, a few :yolky fleeces. ;LR ovpr ,Nsinim»rfi<\ 58 1st w nt llid, 89-lst e liid, ,42 w at 10|d, 19 ,i:.'ai 9f> 2;V l.-fc piic...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Tumut Turf Club. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 15 December 1903

The Tumut Turf Club. (To the Editor.) Sir,—From a perusal of the result of the ballot taken for the election of the 'Committee of the I'.'T.C. it would appear to the casual observer that there has been a certain amount of concentrated action brought to bear (I would not say to directly oust old and reputable members who have served faithfully and honourably on the committee and have given their time and the benefit of years' experience in racing for the good of the club gratis) to introduce new and. untried members, which practically meant the rejection of the old ones, as only a given number are r< quired to serve on that committee. The conscientious vote, however, shows that that partizansbip was thwarted, inasmuch as with one or two exceptions (which, nevertheless, in the interests of reki sport, are greatly to be deplored) the old hands have been returned. An analysis ot the vote shows that the most, prominent men in the Turf Club , have been put clown to a very low l...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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OUR OPEN COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 15 December 1903

OUR OPEN COLUMN: Wo- glndly giva'spuco lo the opinions of correspondents on public matters,' but ab i solve oiu'selves froui any responsibility. The name of-eiich correspondent must ' accompany letters to be ins rted undci' this head, not necessarily for publica; tion;<but us a guarantee of good^taith.

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Pastures Protection Board [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 15 December 1903

Pastures Protection Board The ordinary monthly meeting of the Pastures Protection Boird was hold, on Thursday. There were proseno Directors Byrne (in the chair), Glass\x=req-\ cook, Clout and .Robinson. CORHKSl'ONDENOE, Director Arragon, in sending an apology for his nun-attendance, suggested fbat, in view of the satisfactory manner in which Air. Hayes had carried out his secretarial duties, he ehould be allowed a bonus of £25 at the end of the year.—It was decided to consider the suggestion at next meeting. Correspondence was read from the Department of Lauds, saying ic was advisable that police officers should not be asked to act as acting-inspectors of stock for the issue of travelling stock permits. From the an me Department, that fines other than those inflicted uuder tbe P.P. Act should be paid into the consolidated revenue; alao that tbe salary of £850 for the Stock Inspector had been approved by the Minister.—Mr. W. H. Matthews' was/appointed to issue travelling stock purini...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 15 December 1903

If i Disense males many a woman premat\x=req-\ trely old. D<»vk-vimmed eyes, li■ 11 >w shc.bk'*, mi'i wahted form are AeeoinjiMited ly liitleaHiicss and logs ■ f ainluiioii. H- nio inti"n are a wnnrine s. ami kih i 11 pleat uvea iiUV" «•> ' I."' — I "'HI <lf 111 • ui 111IIIQII. e®' < <-.M!5 (im< diiteii ciue<l t>y.1T. Mo se's J ii<l iui> Root I'l'ltt is thin, Thoy 1 have nimio - a . new woman of .mr.'' There'B awirld of meaning" in lha/words. It mt-BustHo ppar\x=req-\ kle - brought )>ai:k tnt)|r ''ye; ilie ri-mpl>'Xioa i> via# '—-v --y:■ . ti»toil Willi lllO rosy lint; of healt hy Mood; th- fo -in rounded rut an>'W in giai-i fn)' >;urV»'H ; the ' whole body rad ant wiilt li< aith . N>>l>i:tU'rtt'.vti\x=req-\ mony ns to tli« valuu i-f this r«mi- dy <;o'»Kl; he- (iff p-d tli.-ijj ill >fc of Mr.s S. C. Waiow.ka, Welliuglou, New Z-aUnd,., Wh'i wntes &...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 15 December 1903

; ' You can always roly upon geUswg a perfect ,fit„cwnbiiJOcl Svith, a tborouw^ij:' woll-madc aniclo," at t GEo^'JACKHcK'fQTkUov, &o. ...vPains in. the ; like toothnclie aroi.iiot .danjjw^s,' but -decidedly, unpfens1 ,unt.- J-'E e<sy^s Who '■ are' subjeoted'. to such -plfinsetl to know thftiprompt\x=req-\ ^olict .'may bq }i«d by' tal- iiig udosc or two of ChiimbcrlainVColic; Cholera> and Diarrhoea Itemedy. For salo : by. i EEAUGE & ' LONG, ■■AlHLUONG. :;CGHAMnBlKiAJ.N'a -ClODCH.^tEMPVY. aots OJN nature's,pltiu—Iposdiid the cbldj.lrdHevefl the' sungs aiid niiikes expectoration easy. For\x=req-\ btilo by PUAHOE A-LONG, AP^LONG.

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 22 December 1903

TO STAND THIS SEASON j ; —At Yarrangobilly— , The Thoroughbred Stallion DOYEB. j DOVER is a dark Chestnut Horse, six years old, and stands about 15J hands Dn splendid bono, short logs, with powerful loins and quarters. PERFORMANCE.—DOVER has taken 6 prizes at the various district shows. .Two first prizes and one second at Yackandandah Show in 1900, also first at Albury Show for best 3-year old stallion in 1900; 2nd prize at Tallangatta Show for Blood Stallion in 1901, and first prize at Yackandandah Show for Blood Stallion in 1901. PEDIGREE.—By Dargo by Swiveller, Dam by Barbarian; Dargo by Swiveller— Ouida, by Stockman—Pauline ; Barbarian, brother to the Barb, by . Sir Hercules\x=req-\ Young Gulnare. Dargo won 17 prizes at Albury, Tallan\x=req-\ gatta, and Yackandandah Shows, besides the Champion prize at Albury. His stock have sold at from £37 10s to £41 in the Wodonga sales. Dargo's stock have also taken prizes at the district shows. Dargo's sire, Swivel\x=req-\ ler, was;, the mo...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 22 December 1903

Perfect Health I# within the reach of almost every won-an. The wtnk'iexa, nervousness and irritability from which-;so-:mtny! women is in general due to rii-ease uf the delicate I womanly' organism. ^ When, tfie disease is j cored the general health is reestablished. Mrs.. K. Ch«pmnn, 24 Princes* Street, Svdney, tfll« Imw l)r, Morse's Inilitti Root • Pill* cavtil.-li r from ahfe nf uiist-rv, and restored her to health and happiness. Slw write* "Someywiri nfro I miflewrt from liendnehei and Bilionnneiw, which finally ende • in T.iver Oom\x=req-\ pl int, no the d'Kjt.irs tol t Hi". I unit ru'eut treatment from .'ur.oiiK • lies, firtt no re!iff wmM I finil; my h»ok jr«it wor-.., and I had t'> work hurd with a family. My back not ooli*ider il)ly .worm, and flnrtllv I hnd to give up work. "At the same tiino I wa* Irtdly affe-ieil with tllg variant utlineut-f th»t womtfii art-mi jrti't t». I >eilijr begun t > j;ive up all hope, and felt that life *»« not "urtli living; but relief ...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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THE DEEPDENE MYSTERY. CHAPTER XXXII.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 22 December 1903

THEDEERDENE MYSTERY. s CHAPTER XXXII.—Continued. ' ■j-SP^r taking her in his arms, he " ■/praised a shower of passionate' kisses ; oxi her winsome face. Si: A« " Thai clouds. have, rolled away at v darling!" he whispered, " and sonny days - of happiness are before ^ « tub." : I have a name now to offer you-1—" •' ( i shall not value you any more as : Hugh Trevor Langton, the heir to a ' baronetcy and large estates," she re\x=req-\ 1 i pfi^d; " than I did as pirin Hugh Trevor,the artist. I gave you all my heart, all my love, in the days when »weused to meet in the fairy glade of ;'i>eepdene Woods." . . : To this, statement the only adequate answer was a. repetition.of the little . scene ofa. moment ago. Lovers' kisses are always sweet and fresh, and ' Muriel lay in his arms supremely 'happy under his caresses. 7 ,, Nothing was heard of Phillip Lang\x=req-\ »! r:.i jion for several weeks after that final / interview with /his .father, Then ^canie the news that ' he had been (1.v vs...

Publication Title: Tumut Advocate And Farmers & Settlers' Adviser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser — 22 December 1903

. Cholkiu Infantuji.—This has long been regarded as one' of the mopt daqgero^ ivfld fatj].}' qj^eafjeo |o •. whiqh. infants ai-e's^'bjept. it cap 'bp'o|irpd, ;liovvey|r, wfceh''prppferly ije'atfjd.' All ' that ' is' necessary is to give Chftm[jprli^n!s Colic,'Cholera an;! p,jfyn'h9?!V Rpnipfly wiitV pivfttoy oil »s "ytfh liitpll bojpflo, tind !V P^rp is sprain. Sippp this remedy ha'n oorae into suoh ueneral use, there are very few deaths froir oholeva infantum, and none .whatever when it is iiven., .For sale by PEAJRCE & LONG ADE\x=req-\ DOKG.

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