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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 29 September 1875

IMPOUXDINGS. — On loth September, from Bowyeo, by Mr. P. H. Campbell, J.P.; sum due at date of notice (September 11), 8-?.:—Black horse, J over JE (both J's reversed* no.ir shoulder, All* or It over indistinct brand like " off .shoulder, broken. Also, froili Black Springs, by Air. John Lawford Hay mare, .IP conjoined olf shoulder, & over to near shoulder, star, broken. Uhesmit mare, J off shoul der, near hind foot white, stripe, broken. Brown horse, CM over K near shoulder, 11 near rump, bell on, white spots on back, broken. Also, from Cun ningham Plains, by order of Air. D. If. Campbell, J.P.:—Chesnut horse, (JB near shoulder, star, lame, broken. Also, on 11th September, from Cunningham Plains, by order of Mr. 1). JI. Campbell, J.P.:— Black mare, I+ltnearshoulder and thigh, J)F writing capitals near ribs and oil shoulder and neck, blind oif eye, broken. To bo Hold September 90. ADF.Loso.~-On the ,10th day of September, 187f>, from Ellerslie, by Mr. A O. Webb; sum due at ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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RIVER GAUGE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 29 September 1875

1UVJ5R: GAUGE. Showing fclio height of the Murrumlmlgee above summer Yeyolat rWagga / Wagga i— ♦ ' 1,1 i * 'i ' . • j?it ju, September 28 (stationary) .. .. 8 0

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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POST OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. TIME TABLE OF THE ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 29 September 1875

POST OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. TIME. TABLE OFTIIK ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. AltHIVALH. From Sun. Mod. Ttic, Wed Tim. "i-ri. Hilt. Sydney,. .. 1) 4.1 0.0 0 :0 0 45 1> 45 11 0 Tarcuttft 0 45 0 45 0 45 Ju'nco .. /. 0 '0 0:0 0 0 Yaus .. .. 0 0 0 0 0 0 Denlllqutn 11,30 11 30 u an U 30 Urana , . .. H 30 11 30 11 30 U 30 iUy' 8 30 8 30 Narandera .. 8 30 8 80 p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. Albury.. .. 7 0 7. 0 7 0 7 0 7 0 7 0 7 0 Cookandina.. 7 0 -7 0 7 0 7: O 7 O 7 0 7 0 Clarendon •. 0 SO 0 30 ; DKI'AIITUIIKH • For " Sun. Mon, Tuo. Wed Thtt. FrI. Sat. »'.TD. pim. pim. p.m. p.m. p.m. Sydney.. 3 0 3 15 2 45 3 15 2 45 3 15 Tarcutta 3 ;0 2 45 2 45 .Tunco- .. 3 10 3 15 3 15 Yaw ... 3 15 8 15 3 15 Dcn!K<iuin 10 45 10 45 10 45 10 45 Urana .. 10 45 10 45 10 45 10 45 Hay .. .. 2 0 2 0 Narandcra . 2 0 2 0 a.m. Albury.. .. 0 0 0 0 0 0 <3 0 0 0 0 0 Cookandina.. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 0 Clarendon .. 5 45 5 45

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 29 September 1875

ABSTRACT OP SALES BY[ AUCTION. This Day.—Geo. Maui—Horses, Australian Yurds, 2 o'clock. ; . : , : ' . I • ; September 30.—A. T. Boi-ton—Household fnruituro, &c.t Tarcutta-strcot, llo'clock. < September 30.—A. Stokks—Blowcloar station anil stock, nt Forbes. ' , September 30.—Wilkinson, Hann, Minohin. find Co.—Cows, heifers, horses, &c., Tastoral Hotel Yards, 12 o'clock. Octobor 2.—A. T. Bolton—Horses, Pastoral .Hotel Yards, 2 o'clock. Octobor 0. — G bo. Maui ~ Thoroughbred colts ami Jlllies, Australian Yards, 2 o'clock. Octobor 0.—A. T. Bolton—Uayly rams, at Wagga wagga, October 10. •—Wilkinson, Hann, Minuuin, and Co.—Land,'Australian Hotel, 3 o'clock. Octobor 12.—Wilkinson, IIanx, MiNcniN.aml Co.— "Well-bred uilxod cattlo, Pastoral1Hotel Yards. Octobor 20.—Wilkinson, Hank,. Minciiin, and Co. —Land. Australian Hotel,- 3 o'clock. • : '

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 29 September 1875

■WANTED. TENDERS WANTED for tlio erection of a WOOLSHED, at Browloy. For plana and specifications apply to GEO. MAIR, Wagga Wagga, or MKS. LUPTON, Browloy, Cuddcl. Opon till 20th October. a&e.u WANTED, TEAMS, to draw Timber from tlio Currawarna Saw Mills. Apply T. HODSON, or at tho Mills. aoo.o TTTANTED, TWO DliOVING SHEP VV. PEltDS, with horses preferred. Apply A. G.JONES. WANTED, a good WOOL-CLASSER.; Boforeuces. required. Apply A. T. BOLTON. SPECIAL NOTICES. . NOTICE.' ■ ■VTO PERSONS, whotlicr Station Overseers J^l or Drovers, are nutlioriaed to draw ORDERS upon me, unless holding a ■\viurriis AUTHORITY to do SO,- - A. G. JONES. •WnggaWagga, .•;••• a 28tii Soptoinbor, 1875. nno.o WATTLE BARK. WATTLE BARK Tenders for 250 tons of wattle bark, in sonud condition (in lota of fivo tons or more), delivered at Spencer street Station, or 011 Melbourne Wharf, on or before tho 20th Ootober next, aro invited by the undersigned. Tenders will bo received up . to 30th. of this month. C...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 29 September 1875

WEEKLY CALENDAR. Days op Week. Sun. Rises Sets. Moon. Rises Sets. 11. M. v M Wednesday .. ... ,. r» 41 r. w i f» 34 Thursday 0 40 G til) a o 0 '20 1 Friday 0'30 n n n n 7 tfn Saturday r. 37 « i n r>n 8 23 Sunday r> w IS i. 7 ttl 4 5 Wi fl 2 7 f>J= 10 22 Tuesday .. 6 33 U s au 11 10 . Moon's Phabes.—Octoheil ' / /.First Quarter—Friday, 8th, 2.10 a.m. Full Moon—Friday, 15th, D.10 a.m. . : Last Quarter—Friday, 22nd, 0.18 n.m. Now Moon—Friday, 20th, 3.18 p.m.

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CRICKET. BANKERS v. NON-BANKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 29 September 1875

CRICKET. The match between the above sides wns commenced on Saturday, and concluded yes* tevday afternoon in favour of the custodians of people's accounts, who won by 42 runs. Tlio principal scores wore Gowlland for the Bankers with G2, and Dtirio for the other side with 70.' Dargin, for the former side, played r two good liitting-out innings for 17 and 10. So far ns bowling went Tompson, Gowlland, and Mackinnon wero thereabouts, the trund ling of the former being especially good. Fol lowing is the scores appended :— - ■ Bankehs. 1st Innings. Scrlvcn b Mackinnon Gowlland b Mackinnon Tompson b Mackinnon Tempest b Mackinnon .. .MairbDurio.. Drake oWHltans b Mackinnon Dargin b Mackinnon Backhouse c Mackinnon b Durie Cottee o and b Mackinnon Scott not out Anderson b Mackinnon Sundries 2nd Innings. Scrivcn b Durie Gowlland run out Tompson c Gordon b Mackinnon Tempest 1 b w, b Mackinnon Mair cand b Mackinnon .. Drako b Mackinnon .. .. Dargin, o Donnelly b Mackinnon Backhouse b Durie Cottc...

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STOCK AND STATION REPORTS SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 29 September 1875

STOCK AND STATION RICPOU'J'S SYDNEY. Messrs. Harrison, Jones, 'mid Devlin-re port :—"Wool.—3G9 bales offered, 150 sold. These included some small lots of the new clip, all in the grease. 'J'lic quantity yet for ward is not stiflieient to tost- the market, as .tlio-largor buyers hnvo not yet come forward. A good deal move arrived tlinn has been catalogue^! for eale,' some of wlilcli has gone direct to the ship; some awaits furllier arrivals; and some has gone tot lie Scouring Establishments. From what we have seen, tlic wool appears to be well-grown, free, and in light condition. The pales ranged-—For fleece, (no new wool offered) 13 Ad to 18(1; gvensy, .84d'tolO?d; pcourud, only medium and odd lots offered, lOd to loAd. Sheep skins.—These were a trifle easier, consequent upon the less favourable wool news from Loudon, and partly through the expectation of larger arrivals of greasy wool of the new clip. The catalogues were pretty heavy, and (jtlie reduction, was fully *■ per lb upon ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 29 September 1875

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. BANKS: Australian Joint Stock Bank, Fitzmaurice street. Commerciol Bank, Gunvood-street PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS: Morgan O'Connor, near Hospital Erasmus Wren, Tickborne Buildings —, Ponswortll, Criterion Hotel, Fitzmaurice street William Large, Gurwood-strcct SOLICITORS: Fitzhardiuge and Sons, Exchange Buildings; Fitzmaurico-streot . J. It. Garland, Fitzmaurice-strcet - ' ARCHITECTS: . F. H. Nixon, Traill-Btrcet J. Gordou, Gunvood-street G. Sheppcrd, Critoriori;Hotel Buildings STOCK, STATION, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS : Wilkinson, Hann, Minckin, and Co., Fitz maurice-strect : . • Oliver, Morley, and Tompson, Fitzmauricc street " • - G. A. Elliot (P., II., and Co.), Fitzmaunce streot ... Geo. Mair (E., E., and Co.,), Fitzmanrico strect • . A. T. Bolton (Dal. Campbell, Hepburn,:and Co.), Fitzmaurico-streot ■ :. • ■ ' ' LAND AGENT: . JolmBentlcy, Fitzmaurico-stvcot CHEMISTS: H. J. Williams, Fitzmnurice-strcct E. Band,'ncxt.Masonic Hall STATIONERS AND FANCY WARE-....

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YASS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 29 September 1875

YASS. Messrs. .Tones and 13roughton report:-— Fat Catlle.~W6 have sold nothing in Hub , class worthy of, menliun, as it is diflicult to ' get'a lot together.' Wo hare inany inquiries. "Wo quotor-rBulloeka, £7[to £8 ; cowh, £G to £1. Store Cattle.—Wo lmvo sold several1 small lots priviitehv Cows, dry, at £3 os; and steers, 18 months to 2 years, ;G3 12s Gd. The demand is increasing for bullocks. Wp have 100 under offer, for which we hope to close in a few days. "We quote—Uulloeks, i- years,' £o 10s to ;GG; cows, JS3 5s to £5. Fat Sheep.—Wo havo none on hand prime, and know of nono in the district. We quote wedders 13s to 15s, if prime. Store Sheep.-r Wo do not expect, to do much under this head until after shearing. We quote—Wed ders, 8s to 0s j ewes, 8s to 13s. Horses;-1 We sold at our yards, on account of Mrs. Rcmmington's trustees, 20 liend, a mixed lot, ranging from 5s to £-i us.

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GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 29 September 1875

GOULBUKN..: ,, Messrs. P. S. Cohen and Co. reportFat Cattle.—The market nt present is very bare of prime cattle', and prices firm afc 22^ \o 21s per lOOlbs. : Store Oaf tie.—There have been no sales by auction this week. Quotations— All bullocks, 100s to 110s; equal .sexes, 80s to 05s j cows, 70s to 90s. Fat Sheep.—Thero is a steady demand for local, consumption. Wo quote—Best, 561b wethers 18s to 13s Cd, atid] lighter.-weights iti proportion. Store Sheep.—We have inquiries for sound sheep, in both large, and small lots. Quotations— Good sound (J and 8 tooth wethers, 9s to 9s 6d; ewes,;7s Cd to lis. Horses.—Good up standing colts and heavy draught horses are in denrnnd, but weeds are quite unsaleable.

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WEEKLY HALF-HOLIDAY. (To the Editor of the Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 29 September 1875

*(' WEEKLY HALF-HOLIDAY. ^ (To the Editor of the Advertiser.) Sin,—Seeing a letter in your issue of last Saturday, I am induced to write tlieso lines to endorse the views of your correspondent " Ci'iekcfc," itnd I am sure that if wo succeed in getting the lialf-holiday, there will bo some hob contested cricket matchca during tho coming season. I also read a very ablo' and sensiblo appeal, (which if it had been ad dressed to tho ladies would hare succeeded beyond our utmost expectation) on our behalf for which allow mo to thank you for self and others. Should wo succeed in obtaining tho half-holiday, there will bo a great increase in tho number, and a marked improvement in tho style of cricket. One of your remarks I think very appropriate and true (that is all work and no play, makes" Jack a dull boy). You also suggested the advisability of calling a meeting of those interested. "Wishing some moro ablo pen than mine will take this matter in hand, I would suggest in conclusion that if...

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THE WALLACETOWN POST OFFICE. (To the Editor of the Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 29 September 1875

THE WALLACETOWN l'OST OFFICE. (To the Editor of thn Advp.rLiRpvA Sin, — In Mr. Patterson's letter, with reference to the above, I was rather aston ished to see that lie pleads utter ignorance of the cxisteneo of our townshij), and argues that, becanso there nro no improvements {going 011 actually within the bounds of what is termed Wall.teotown, we aro, 1 suppose, to bo ignored altogether. Within the last two years tho nopulatiou of the district has' increased largely, and there aro at present, within a radius of faw miles, six settlers a^ tho .1 unee side of Wallaootown for each ofto. at the Wagga Bide. Each of these pcoplo has to send over two miles beyond tho town ship for his letters, while the few (of which Mr. Patterson chances to bo one) liud tho sito a very suitable ouo. I must say that. Mr. Patterson takes a very ono-sideiV vjew of tho affair. Because ho happens to livo within a convenient diatnncu, and iiiuhruo* difficulty iu receiving his letters an<1 papers ho...

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PASTORAL MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 29 September 1875

PASTORAL MEMS. Mr. A. G. Jones1 15,000 two-tooth sheep; purchased from Mr. S. McC.iughey, of Coonong, on the South "Wagga Reserve, and will erosa the Bridge to-morrow,' on route to GlcnarifF, on the Bogan. The G,OU0 four-tooth wethers purchased by Messrs. Smith and Co. from Mr. S. McCaugbey, of Coonong, will cross the Bridge to-morrow, cu route, we uudersfcaud, for Tabrnlong, 011 the Bogan. Mr. J. Mackiuuon, of Meroagong, lias sold ItiOO ewes, with lambs at foot, to Mr. SV. 1\ Mylecharano, of Waterview. Messrs. Kobinson and Besnard agents. A gentleman in town has shown us a letter received by him from an cxtenslvo cattle owner 011 the Laehlan, expressing the ut most surprise that Mr. Smith's "SudDuke of Brunswick" should not have been awarded first prizo at our late Show. Evidently this magnificent beast was held in high estimation by those who knew him on the Lachlan. Mr, James Mackie, of Jcrildoric, has sold 200 pure merino rams to Messrs. James Devlin and Sons, of Deepwater. Mr. ...

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 29 September 1875

I THUS OF NEWS. Tub performances given oil Saturday and Monday nights last by thcTlonoccnts Abroad Variety Company were so well attended that the Troupe have decided upon playing for a few nights more. In doing so, we think they have taken a wise step, as, doubtless, their entertainments, being varied enough to suit all tastes, will bo well patronised. It is scarcely necessary, we deem, to criticise each portion of the performance ; sufficc ifc to say it was all good and amusing, as evi denced by the repeated applause awarded by the audiences. \Ve may, however, mention Mr. Turner's falsetto singing, and Miss Nora Huxley's dancing, both of which were excellent, Mr. Francisco, who possesses, we believe, a lino voice, has not yet appeared on the stage, owing to a bad cold, but lie will do so on future occasions. Mr. Goul stone presided ab the piano with his usual ability, and was assisted by Mr. Neville. An* accident which might have terminated fatally, but didn't, occurred on Sunday a...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor of the Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 29 September 1875

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. f '/V» thf JihlifM' n f ll>a A Sni, —I noticc a letter signed "Cricket," which appeared in your last. issue,, and your remarks thereon in your leading columns'. Thcro arc generally two sides to a question, and much to be said in favour of both. Judging from your correspondent's views, which you so stronglarfupport, there . appears to be no difference or^pinion, at any rate between J-on, regarding the matter in volved. " Cricket" asks that a half holiday should be granted weekly to thoso persons " engaged in the various stores; " and tho • reason given for such request is S» to give them an opportunity of displaying their prowess at wielding the willow," and you stato that in your opinion their request is "most reason able." 1 question whether you will Jind many emploj*crs who will agree "with your opinion, I for one, certainly do not—aud further, I consider that journalistic advocacy of im politic demands made by one side or the other, if not tho most pot...

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LAND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 29 September 1875

LAND NOTES. Wo obsorv'o by the Turaut Times that four allotments, in tho parish and village ot Yar* rangobilly, were purchased by Mr. George Forsyth, of this town, at tho upset price of £8 per aero. Wo bear that thrco largo solcctious, under tho Amended Lands Act, have been made on the Bland, by Mr. C. Lbwingtaii aud othore, of Wombat, and that cuttle have gouo up to occupy tho same. Tho following reserves from salo for camp* ing grounds have been notified in tho Gazette supplement of tho 15th inst. Mitr* rumbidgoe ±>istricfc—No. 1428, county of Walgiors, parish of Bcnawinnia, Mucklobar Creek, 105 acres; No. 1429, couuty of Denison, parish of Tocumwal, road from Dcniliquin to Albury, about 73 acres. Lnchlan District—No. 870, comity of Moil* teaglo, parish of Wambanumba, about 290 acres on tho road from Young to Murringo. For Camping and Wntor Supply, Murium bidgco District—No. 1430, county Uratia, parish of Faed, 1353 acres, forms part of the Buthorwa and Urangeline Huns. For tri...

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THE Wagga Wagga Advertiser "This is true liberty, when freeborn men, Having to advise the public, may speak free." MILTON. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 29 September 1875

\ THE % Wj9P "lThls1s true Hboity, when freeboni men, V Having to advise tlio public, may speak freo." Milton. , WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMI3EB 29,1875. Wu aro glad to learn that the Educa tiou Department" is contemplating the establishment of a Public School at Jiunonyhareonyha in place of the one which was, uufortunately, broken ufC some few* months back, through the in traduction-6f a sectarian feeling into tho board_ room. Our readors will, doubtless," romember that a squabble toolvi placo between Mr. Moorb, late schoolmaster at Euiionyhareenyha, and the school board of management, alising, wo believe, oat of some per -sonal ill-feeling. The result of this was that Mr. IYahneky, Inspector of Schools, held an enquiry, and as that was not favourable to some petty potentates who wield their puny power across tho river, they withdrew their children from tho school and conse-. quently tho school was closed and tho master was sent elsewhere. Howover much this may have pleased certain par ties,...

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WAGGA WAGGA HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 29 September 1875

WAG OA WAG O A HOSPITAL. Visiting Committee, for tho month:— Messrs. Hodsou and Mackiution. Sub-Corn^ mittce— Messrs. Nixon, Love, and Scriveu. \ Tub following arc tho yoimuafcions for tho Mares' Produco Stakes, to bo run for at Douiliquin, 1876 :—0. M» Lloyd's br g Touchwood, by Touchstone, dam , Song stress ; G. M. Lloyd's b f Sally .Brass, by Suowden, dam Littlo ; 0. M. Lloyd's b g Roscommon, by Touclistonc, dam Zoo ; C. JM.. Lloyd's br f Audrey, by Touclistonc, dam5 Atalanta ; R. Edgar's ch c Lord Hume, < by , dam Lady Hume; J. Austin's b I Katc.Garou, by Maunka, dam Fairy ;W. 'MJKon2ie's br c Albatross, by The Swell, dam Doefoot. This Times states that several gentlemen are about to resuscitate the long defunct Tumut Agricultural and Horticultural Society. Wo hone their endeavours will lie bo crowned witu^ success, and that our pretty littlo neighbour on tho hills will bo rcsplondcut with show-ilowcrs next year. Fuou a contemporary wo learn that Mr. A. C. S. Roso, la...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 29 September 1875

MAH.iWII.IiA COCOA.—Taylor BROTHKHs(thc largcstManufacturers of Cocoa in Europe), haviug the exclusive supply of this unrivalled Cocoa, invite comparison with any other Cocoa for Purity—fiuo Aroma— Sanative, Nutritive and Sustaining Powor— Easiness of Digestion aud especially, high delicious ilavonr. One trial will establish it as a favourite beverage for breakfast, lun cheon, and a soothing refreshment after a late evening. N.B.—Caution—"Maravilla" is a registered Trade Mark. MARAVILLA COCOA.—The Globe says, "Taylor Bhotieisrs' Maravilla Cocoa hns achieved a thorough success, aud super* sedes every other Cocoa in the market. En tire solubility, a delicate aroma, and a rare concentration of the purest elements of nutri tion, distinguish the Maravilla Cocoa above all others. For Invalids and Dyspep tics, we could not recommend a more agree able or valuable beverage. For further favourable opinions vide Standard, Morning Post, British Medical Journal, &o. HOIVECEOPATI^C COCOA....

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