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Household. CARE OF CANARY BIRDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 July 1882

Ifoousebolix CARE Ol' CANA11Y MUDS. . ' : Having had some experience m tho care of canary birds I will tender a fewhints on the subject, taking it for granted that anything in that lino will bo acceptable to many of ' The Householders,' especially to those so fortunate ns to own canaries. ' . Almost all diseases to which canaries aro Kiibiect are occasioned bvl colds, wliir.li Lrpnm ally are contracted by their being placed in a draught or in a hot room. To avoid colds they should be kept in a room not too warm or cold, but about sixty degrees is the right temperature for them. But if they should take cold the best and most careful treatment is necessary. '' Give them, in addition to their regular food, one hard-boiled egg to which has been added a cracker grated very fine ; do not mix with water, for the egg if well rubbed in will give the required moisture. * Unless colds receive immediate attention they ofted turn to asthma, which seems a very painful disease. Birds so diseased f...

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Science. BRUNELLI PROCESS OF EMBALMING. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 July 1882

Science. DIIUNULLI l'KOCEBS OI' EMBALMING. The process of embalming is as follows, and is called tho 'Brunelli process:' 1. Tho circulatory system is cleansed by washing with cold water till it issues quite clear from tho boJy. This may occupy from two to five hours. 2. Alcohol is injected so as to abstract as much water as possible. This occupies about a quarter of an hour. 3. Ether is then ininntp.d to abstract thn fnttv mnfior. Tliia occupies from two to ton hoursi 4. A strong solution of tannin is then injected. This occupies for imbibition two to ten hours. 5. The body is then dried in a current of warm air passed over heated chloride of calcium'. This may occupy two to fivo hours. The body is then perfectly preserved, and resists decay. The Italians exhibit specimens which are as hard as stone, retain tho shape perfectly, and are equal to the best wax models. It will bo observed in this process that those substances most prone to decay are removed, and the remaining portions a...

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STATION, FARM & GARDEN. THE GRASSES IN AUSTRALIA, NATIVE AND CULTIVATED. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 July 1882

v STATION, FARM & GARDEN. 'THE .GRASSES IN AUSTRALIA, NATIVE' -;V.£;1C:',. ^AND CULTIVATED/ ' ' '' . f1 _';f ;, .: .. BY OLD ^COLONIST. i ?;' ? ':'. ?','; Y.duNO .though Australia' is, tho country has ?'?:v ?'??;?? already bebbnio famous for its native pastures; . .^ - 'ilt;is no rhero figure of speech to say that no : ;'ibtiier! country has ever shown equal results ;.;: ?''? 'from indigenous grasses ; and where oultiva^ - '. tion ,has been applied to not a 'few ''of. tho '.' high class pasture grasses introduced from ??-?' : other countries, the results have been such as ? ? ' ' to warrant belief that in time to come the country will be as noted for its cultivate! pastures as it is already for tho native grasses. ? ??' In numbers tho latter are very varied, and '' it is impossible in a single paper to refer to them in more than general terms. They diffor widely in habits and in their qualities in the different sections of country. As in dicators of the soil, no plants are m...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 July 1882

BjWCAIT.1 SMfTrEIj&iB«-E3iftTCJI5. ? * ? Wk hnvo boon vuiiucsted to cull attention to tho niilwny mooting notice in thopro-ont issuo. Vkuy strong wind from tho wost bogan to blow on Monday, and continued all day yostor day. Gasuoht in Nowua. — Tho now portable gas lamps woro, in uso last night at the Council Cbambors, Nowra ; and may bo soon thoro to night also. Tho light is equal to that fiom korosono oil, and said to bo ol) por cont. cnonpor. Mn. Ch L. 'Wilsok announces in tbo pio sont issuo his intention of starting a now lino of coachos next week. Mr. Wilson is a sobor, officiont, and carof ul driver ; much moro could not bo said in favour of any coach, proprietor. His vohiclos ?will bo now, nnd in that rospoct will prosonl an inducomont for patronage YamvaTj. — Wo loarn that tho Pionoor Co.'s manngor has hit upon what is dosoribod as -lnz. stono nour tho ontranco lo tho Ilomo-vyard. Bound Co.'s tnnnol. Thoro upponvs to bo, it is paid, n. gonj body of stono to work upon....

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Agriculture. THE CHEMIST IN THE DAIRY.—No. III. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 July 1882

Hovicultuye. THE CHEMIST IN THE DAIRY.— No. III.' D\-E.W.E.iiEnsoNMAoIvon,li'.I.C.,F.O.S.I&fl. AUTIIOK 01' ' THE CHEMISTRY 01' AOIUOULTUItE.' Skim, milk haB the following average composi tion: — Water . . ' . . - . . . . OO'O Albumcnoids . . . . . . S'7 Fat ?-... .. .. .. 0'8 Sugar . . ..'' . . . . 4-8 Ash .. ..' ... .. 0-7 100-0 Its speoifio gtnvity is highor than than that o£ fresh milk, ranging from l;084 to 1-037. ? BUTTEH. Butter consists mainly of a solid fat called palmitiri, and a liquid fat'olein. It also con tains a small perccntago of stearin, a solid fat occurring largely in suet, xno characteristics properties of butter are duo to the presence of certain other fats termed butyrin, caprin, caproin, and capryllin. Fats are known to be compounds of fatty acids, with glycerine, and are designated glycorides. When heated with potash or soda, they are decomposed, or split up into soap and free glycerine. Soap is simply fat in which the glycerine is replaced by potash ...

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Shoalhaven District Licensing Court. NOWRA, FRIDAY, JULY 21. BEFORE MESSRS. Jas. Thomson, John M'Arthur, and John Monaghan. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 July 1882

SStoaBEasi veti E3ihtft«t ILSucst^isng Cuurt. Nowua, Friday, July 21. Befoke Messrs. Jns. Thomson, John M'Arthur, arid Jolvii'Moniurhan. Billiard and lmgntollo lieonsos woro granted to II. Mo-s, of tho Central Hotel, Aialuy Ilviira, Iioynl Victoria Hotel, an'd to Ann Francis Hymn, l{ny.il Hotel, Tennrn. ' 'luspoctor llcniy's quarterly ropoi I was. road, in addition lo which tho Inspector gave, some verbal 'explanation. Bukaok 6i' Tjru TjioESfsrse. Act. , Amoy iiynin wa1), on cue lulormntioii 01 uon stablo Davios, chargod under the*o2ii(l no'ption of tho Lwonbing Act, with hnving, on tpo ovd instant, at 10.30 p.m., served 0110 ThoDiaj: Kelly with intoxicating liquors, while ho tlio sriid Thomas Kclley was in a .stalo o[ intoxication. Mr. Thomson appeared for defendant who ploaded not guilty. ] John Davies, constnblo of Tonura, dopos-cl : I know tho defendant boforo tho court ; ho keups a hotel nt Terrain, known b}' the sign of the Eoyal Victoria Ilotol ; on Monday, tho 3rd inst., I w...

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Novelist. GRIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 July 1882

'IRovdist. . GRIT. A Story of tlio Past and Present; of Ordi nary lrion and Ordinary things, in Ordi nary lnnguiigo. ,'^J)o siuo thy am will find tlioo out ' ? BY DONALD CAMERON. 'AUTIIOII'OV .'.'.' IN TUB l'OLDS OF TUB SEIU'ENT,' , i'j' ' SILVLItWATEU 11I.MD, l.TO.' ' V^ * *? r s It is ,i' beautiful belief : , „?'' ' Thnt over louiul oiu bund ~ , A10 lio\cimg on nngol ningo, ? ThobjiiulHof thodciul. ' ?. ' 1 ' ' * '—f ? 'Miiis White,' bho continued, 'is now in veiy great'dnngoi. Pool and alono in a vast city, with a helpless fathoi dopouding on hei, r bho is, harassed by enemies, who tiy to take advantage of hei unfoitunatc position.' 'Jack's face Hushed cunisori, his hands clenched.' ' I will bee her lighted !' ho ciied in a lage. -.'?.Then* Iho lcmembiancc of his helpless state came to him, and despan took possession of hib hcuil. ' ' Miss White, howcoi,' continued Maggie, ' has not bent 1110 to appeal foi help, that I htt\c ventiucd to do myself. Hoi message is diffeicnt. Your f...

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Moss Vale Police Court. WEDNESDAY, JULY 19. (Before F. R. Wilshire, P.M Huxley v. Kaluey. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 July 1882

HBons Vale lD5»J5oe Court. ('From a Correspondent. J Wisn.vr.srjAY, July 19. (Before F. E. WiMiiro, P.M.) Huxley v. Knlucv. Tho dofondant in this case had boon roinandod to Moss Valo from Nmvrn, and was brought boforo tho court chargod undor the 2nd section of Master and Servants Act 20 Vic^ No. 28, with having ; absconded from tho sorvico of his employer. Mr. Thompson, Nowrn, npponved as counsel for tho dol'oridant. Tho evidence of tho complainant was to tho effect that on tho 2oth May hist dofendant bad agreed to servo him (Huxley) as 11 couch and blacksmith for n period of twelve months, tho first six months at £2 1 5s por week, and tho last six months at i'8 per week. Tho dofondunt had abscondod from his employ on 8lh July, instant, and wns nt present working for Mr. G. Thomson, blacksmith, of Nowra. Tho complainant lvns cross-examined vory fibvevoly by Mr. Thomson, mid admitted that he had not kept to the letter of the ngre»ment. and bad paid defendant smno weoksloss than £2 lo...

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Poetry. FOUR LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 July 1882

fl-octi\-. ??? - ' FOUIl iETTEB3. ?_ , ^'-iraouiiii.D u) onivui wj.mu.ll itoLvi.b. -?[In 1111 old nlmanno otlhojcarlSOVigainbt ' ' llieduto August 2!), thoro is this leoord, ' Son b.' Tho sand 'that was tlnown upon the Iicsh ink 70 yeais ago caii'tlill be hcen upon tha'pagc.] v ' l 'f l'om lotteis on a yellow p.igo We load tho btory quaintly told — t - ' nun in uuj.ll 1 tr.ll-.bl* .£l.U(jUDU, IUI1J * .- So lavish of its gold. n'Thy son, 0 young siio, Imdsl thou Known 1 '„ ''What now tho wide world knows of him, ' How had thy groat soul thiilled with joy, if How had Ihmoeyos giown dim. -,CouUl8t Ihou, lluough all tho swift, blight l ' ycais, , Have looked, with glad, fai-rcaching giuo, And liccn him as he st.mds to-day, Clowned with unfading bays. While Love's led 1 osoa at his feet , _ 1 Pom all their wealth of raie peifmne, And Tiuth's white liheh, puie as snow His lofty way illume — ' How had thy heai t's sliong throbbingsbhown Tho ciifjoi pen, tho firm right hand, Tlinl thicw upo...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 July 1882

SYSJKflST. I.FIIOM OCU GOllKESPCMfDKfT.] A ucrnTATlOS from AVollongong, accompanied bv Mossrs. Stuart, Tarrant, and Eosobv, Ms.Ti.A., waited on thn Afini-.tor for Works tho other day, and desired him to altor tho route of tlio proposed railway at Wollongong, so as to bring tho railway station ncurer the cpntro of tlio town, Mr. Lackey in reply pointed out to tho doputalion thnt tho railway wii-i not a Wol longong railway but it wns goini; to Kinina by *,. _ ___ .. i ? _*.;„.. ui« _....j ? .._.i 11. ? 1.. c«t ? . i [MO lliu.^u {jjuuui'iiMiu ii'iilu iiiiu iiiuiiuu iu onniu hnvon and Twofold 15uy. Thnt sounds ruthor oininonsly for Jlosilett nnd M'iBIhnno. Mntters must not rest lioro. howover, as this might bo only ono of tho many departmental gngs resorted to for tho purposo of silencing tho' South Const inembcra. Agitntion is required nnd limitation there must bo if Shoalhavon in to hnvo its rail wny. Tho Grafton and Glon Innes rnilway sch'omo is next to an absurdity, requiring ns it ...

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NOTICE. WE shall shortly commence a new serial story, entitled— [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 July 1882

'' '. ,','*'*- ',' NOTICE. Il' 'I t'S.J..*.- ..'. ? ~ \ , 4 Wj: ahull shoilly oommciico n now Boiiul story, , h ' l ..' ' . , , ontilled— 'BY SLOW DEGREES,'. Dv ALEXANDER MONTGOMERY. Alexander Monlgomciy i'j a lihing young Australian Autlioi, whoso piospecls, as a novelist, nro undoubtedly piomismg. ; 'Thai Follow Fainoso', a stoiy by tliis nuthoi, is now being published in llio Anslru hlsitnt. Intending subscribers wishing to start with the now slory would oblige by bonding in , their oidoia ut onco, as wo only print n limited nuinbor of pupeis in excess of oui subsoiip; lion list.

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 July 1882

JSD ff WC 23 &,JtiA a'ISSB SJW. KiAsiA'jMu.vioii'Aii Wahd Battle.— In. tho Ki.una Municipal Council thoro io often, na oxhibitiou of oxtiome localism run mad. Tho aWonnon worry nt tho rates liko .1 pack of hungry wolves fighting' over a -curuuse. At tho In--t mooting tho Mayor put tho case mildly when ho s.\id that tho mem' era ought to work ' 111010 linrinoniou^ly fo/iolher.' It appeared to nun tnat inoy rusuinoKKi ttiroB councils ratlior tlntii nno. This coiirthmt battling of ward against ward is not uncommon, but it is bnd form and indicitc bad policy. — Echo. A TKLKOKAlt from BraidCvood to tho Echo on Frid.iy, says: — Yesturdny two di^gurs from Tninblo Down Bob Flat, sold 10oz otitninod by pioving Uwnu!;h a sa]j!iii!;-niado riddjo. The stono was got from a ruof, nnd sluicing small BtulY. Thev .v/010 onuagod about a fovtnight. Tho ground is a truoqu.irry, iioi'!u^-rinf» thuu s.mds of tons e.wilv worked. Another 20-stampor Miiicliinn is boiiiij- biought. Niunerou-, miiiiug...

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The Largest Mill In the World. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 July 1882

The Eiiu-gCMt Mill in the Woil«l. Ol? tho largost mill iu tho world, thu l'ionecr i'n^i givo.s a full doHoriptioii. 'It has lately boon built at Minneapolis, U.S., and is natnod tho Pill.sbury A. mill. Somo idon of its vast pro portions may bo gathorod from tho fact that it is 118 foot in longth by llo iu width, having sovon stories rising to a hoight of 1!57 foot. It is lmilfc of Tronton Hmostouo. rock fucort. Tho foundation orid walls aro 8 foot 0 inohos thiok. nud tho siod walls 7 foot (5 inches ; nud tho building was raisod ready for tho roof in fivd months. Tho machinery is to bo driven by two immonso turbinos, tho combined forco of tho whools boing estimator! nt 2100 horse powor. Thoro aro no fowor than '100 sots of rollors for crushing grain, and tho mill can deal with 2,'),000 bushols oE wheat ovory 2-1 hours. Nono of Iho whoat is ground by. millstones, though thoio aro twonty, run of thesp usod to grind tho middlings nftor th'oy havo boon cr'aokod and olonnod into floiir. ?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 July 1882

G$- Itle'etintf's »'© toe field. Good Templar's t'ocigd moots nt Nowrn ?August '3, l3S2,nt7'ptii- ? ?? TiEs '^ubllsliert every Thursday Morning. ? THUBSDAY, JULY 27, 1882~

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 July 1882

Illawnrra gtciun RlavJptuitiiooa Comaj&siuy. TIME TABLE. 1W Sydney. (»«T Tugay^^l Friday JJrom.GroonwoU j Monday, 7 a.m. ; Thursday, Point. ' ?' ? I 8 a.m. PARES: Cnblci, 2Os; SKotinu (C»E»in), 80s 3 Steerusc, 13h 4S«B. A. E. MANNING, y Mnnagor. KCiiKiisIi Scottish jitu! AuMU-uJiau CbaritcrGdjjIJiBank. mHE BUSINESS of this BANK will, for tho _1 future bo conducted in ihoNKW PiUi MISES in liinghoni-sticot noxl tho Presbyterian church. EOBT. PINLAYSON. Mnnngor. Nowra, 12th. Januray, 18S1. ~~R. LANGLBY, convrnvcissioisr PRODUCE™ AGENT, TASMANIA!? JAM $ Fit UIT DEPOT, 92 Sussex-street, Y D N E Y . fZnfc; Thome and MeililejohnJ Commission Agent, SUSSEX STREET, Between ICing and Market Streets, SYDNEY. HAWKE1 AMD VAHCE, Commission Agents, 103, Sussex Street.1, SYDNEY. ELLIS & COMPAHY, AILWAY AUCTION PRODUCE DEPOT, 763, George-streot, South Sydney. Cattle, ' Sheep, ajadl EIm-sb galesmrac. Produce Auctioneer*) acttj As««S«s for tho Sain of Livo Stock, l^arm and Dairy i'roduo...

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Special Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY. 6 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 July 1882

Special TTcHeKi-fisiJiie EntcIMgesiiue. ; IjRKOH OUR COKllESPOJfDEN'T.y SIDNEY. Wet)NKST)AV. fi t ir Messrs. Hai dy nnd Gorman havo sold promises at the cornor of Goorgo and Wynyaul streets, being lot 1, Campbell Estate, to' tho Mutual Life Association, for £40,000,— being £937 103 'pnr'f dot frontago' to George stieet. ; Snow is falling to-day at sixteen different .telegraph stations. , ilt is reported thnt a enso of small-pox has been discovered in the house of a wood-carter named Owon, at Waterloo. Tho house 1ms boon isnlatod. niKl Ownn's wifa nml -Fnmilv cn-nf. tn flm sanatorium, ami ho himsolf forwnrdod to tho hospital at Neutral Bay. ? Owing to tho goneral provalonco of tho wind storms, telegraphic communication is interrupted between Sydney, Molbouvne, nnd Adolnido. ' ' The committeo appointed to inquire into tho okargos mado against Aldormnn John D.ivios, O.M.G., decided that thoro woro no grounds for tho chargo, that ho had interfered with Brad ford's contract for blacksmit...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 July 1882

The Uailwny to Shoalhavon ?will ho indirectly the chief topic of discussion at tho public meoting on Monday noxt. But tho meeting is only a means to an end, and as ovory rosi dentof Slionlhavonis directly interested in tho attainment of that ond — i.e., tho oxtension of tho Coast Railway to Jervis Bay— tlioy should evinco their interest in tho material progress of, tho district by their presence on Monday next. Tho mooting of noxt week, however, is but an initiatory one. It will bo tVin 'first stan of mnnv that, must Tin tnl.-nr. doubtless, up hill. It is therefore of tho utmost importance that we, as a vailwav league, should bo united, not in action and in purpose alono, but also united ns a com bination incorporated for a spoeifio purpose. ' Union,' says an anciont authority, ' (rives strength, and firmness to the humblest.' (Auxilia himilia firma consensus facit.J In order to maintain unanimity we must not dwell on mere details, but seek first to attain our chief object,— the san...

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Professor Lipnel Beale, F.R.S., on Modern Scientific Thought. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 July 1882

Pron^or £iin»c3 QBcaJe, F.BJ..S., on Alo«Iersi Scientific 'B.'liotifi'tit. A chowdud mooting of tho mombors'of tho Victoria (Philosophical) Instituto, — a Sooiotv founded to investigate nil sciontilio questions, including any said to militate ngninst Roligious Boliof -took placo at JsTo. 7, Adolphi Terrace, London, on tho loth of 'May, whon Professor Lionel Boalo, F.R.S., Pro'sidont (IS81) of tho 'M'i«nr»i3nr»t-»trtnl Snntnfit vrtfiri 11 llfllinv. ? T'Tfl f!Oin monced by alluding to tho varied opinions that oxistod among scientific mon.tas to whether tho hypothesis upon which modornlscionlifio opinion in favour of somo form of tho physical doctrino of Iifo woro based aro worthy oE nccoptanco. Ho himself confessed that hoi wa3 among thos'o who hold 'that no form 'of tho hypothesis which attributes tho plionomona of tho living world to moro mattor nnd its properties hns boon, or can bo, justified by reason.' Ho added,—' I would draw attention to tho declaration nginn nnd again ropoato...

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Drink from Drugs. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 July 1882

XSrink froiu BBrcigs. Mr. Eli Johnson, an Amorican temperance lecturer, dolivored a lecturo, at'the Teinporanco Hall, Pitt-street, on Monday evening, 17th instant, on tho subject of 'Drink from Drugs.' Thore was a large attondnnco, and Sir Alfred Stophon, Lieut-Governor, prosidod. Tho lecturer said that he had three objects in viow in coming beforo that company. Tho first was to woakon ino power or me liquor iramc, ino soconu was 10 incroaso and strengthen tho teinporanco army, and tho third was to oxalt the name of tho Son of God. After reading a psalm, which tlio lecturer said was tho boot description of tho liquor dealer that he had been able tofind, ho said his thomo would bo ' What thoy drink, and how they make it.' Tho lecturer said that in tho days of Solomon adulterated liquors were in uso, and from that timo to tho prosont men had made, and bought and sold, adulterated liquors ; but it remained for tho Germans of '.tho'-ninor teonth century to discover a process by which al...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 27 July 1882

H-OLLOWAY'S OlSTMCNT ' AND PlLLS. — 'Fistulas, piles, excoriations, and strictures aro speedily relieved und ulliihiitoly removed by applying this Ointment nftor formontation with warm water. Persons biififwin!* from tho-io scourges of tho liuinan frame should arrest thoir 'progress at once, for it is both insidious nud rapid. . Fistulas, if long allowed to fro unchecked, mil only woalson iho nnrvous systoin bnt -.destroy iifo'. The sooner those inestimable romcfrlws aie iiiod the moio t-erUiu is ??uccoss, yrt lmiio need despair : hopeless oases hnro KIcowJai yielded, and IhosufTorpr boon sivd a painful death. Jn oxcoriations a few applica tions of this healing Ointment effect a, euro, wbilo the Pills, conjointly with it, mo oipecialiy benofieiii! in loluxing -md removing strictui 01, whatever thoir situation or duration. — Anv. The Man who 'Vondi 01 Imports. — As miiiiy do, an imitation or counlorftiit of a }-opular medicinal conMal drunk by thou^milii, knowing what ho vends or imp...

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