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CLIPPINGS FROM PUNCH. THE GREAT MAJORITY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 8 May 1878

CLIPPINGS FROM P!U1Cff. TIIE GREAT MAJORITIY. The Funeral Reform Association has issued an essay with the very pertinent, title, " What shall we : do with our dead ?" We will unswer the question-give them electors's rights! Deal with the departed in a liberal manner. DINNER A LA ussE.--The Czar helping himself to as much diet as he wants. lorPE DEFEIRED 3MAKETIH A SOART STICK. The young maan who was " waiting forpa," hadn't played the truant from school or le wouldn't wait long. TO TAILORS. Cut your cloth 'according to your customer's pocket. ON DIARIES. Mrs. Malaprop writes us she did not know before that Diarrhetics were, contiguous, but it seems thisl malaria is so, as it is going the rouilds of the Mllisterial party. It first broke out, she says, at Sorrento, where it must be chronicle, for Sir Damon Guffer says he keeps a diarrhcea, Thecn her Georgus 'orgeous got it bad, going out without his hat before breakfast; and now Professor Pearson writes to the papers he has got one to...

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THE WAR IN THE EAST. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 8 May 1878

THE WARi IN THE EAST. The arrival of a steamer. at Batavia from Sin-ntipre on t luonday last brorht three liays' later telegriaphic news fiiin ?Eu rope, ie., up tot the aild May. One of the most re-assnrinmg items is that Russia has accepted Bismairck's neutral withdrawal scheme, in accordance with which the Rlessiai troops are to withdraw from Constantinople, and tihe British fleet, from the Sea of Mirmora. The details have of course to be arranged between the two cnalltries directly con cerned, bhut knowingr, as we do, the shifty nature of Russia's policy, we scarcely expect that the issie will be satisthctory, especially as other correspondents, who have good sources 'ofinformnation, do not confirm the stateinent. In Russia itself w.r is'rsiarded as inevitable, and 'the preparations which are being made for it seem to poifitto this conclusion us a sound one. PReutei states thit British warlike' preparations are being continued incessantly and on an increased scale, while Russia i...

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Police Intelligence. OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. Saturday, May 4th. Before Messrs. R. Hunter and T. Irwin, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 8 May 1878

OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. Saturday, May 4th. Before Messrs. R. Hunter and T. Irwin, J.P. Alexander Milne, P. Faigh, J. Mulcane, and Martin McMahon were fined 5s. each, for not having proper control over their horses. Mary, Allen was fined 2s. Gd. for using obscene language in a public place. Andrew Duncan v. Thomas Stanley; goods and money lent, 16s. 11d.-Ad journed for 14 days. Duncan v. Staanley; illegal detention of prolierty, to wit, a hoe.-Order for delivery, or payment of valize, 2s. Gd. James Charman and William Baker were fined 3s. Gd. each, for a petty offence. A case against a man named for illusing a horse was dismissed. " John Browning v. James Richards; work aid: labor, £2? 19s. Struck, out, plaintitl liaving received cash himself on account since the summons was essued, and conse quenitly having taken the matter out of the hinds of the justices:. The Court then adjourhed.

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THE LATE MR. W. BRAITHWAITE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 8 May 1878

yIE LATE MR. W. BRAITH WAITE. oshe knew the late William Braith 't, oOakleiglh, landlord of the Foresters' n Hotel, will agbree in tile opinion that rs ?otheini, like romance about him. there lain plodding, systematic sort of ane wasd it was always, a source of pleasure o ca, a aintances to meet him, for he was tr hisraci witlh his quiet dry joke, and ,o ,r a chat. Although there was ohino in his character of a niarvellous, tot.if or eccentric type, yet there appears lo li, after hli death, suflicient material fond pon which to base a romantic story, olnd tcreate a rood deal of sensation ang tlhose more directly interested in his eci?Sbody directly after his demise that no will bad been discovered, for it was generally who was carrying on the business of a faer, believing that lie died intestate, cae and took possession of the hotel, which aroTed nhelcky for his family, as it seems to noe beet thie cause of his deathl-tle air of a tublic-house liar evidently did not wrerwitli himt, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 8 May 1878

Saddlers, g&.'. THO' MAS CONNO3, Malin Street, l)andenou?g, Saddler and Harnessmaker AND WImIPL~ER, I ESIRES to record his recognition of the very J liberal patronage hitherto bestowed, and to assure all who may favor him with their support that orders will be execlted in a first-class manner at lowest remunerative prices. A Large and 'aried As.ortment of Trade Goods in Stock. R. BOWMAJN, SADDLER AND BIIARNESS IIAKER1, TAKES this opportunity to convey his thanks to T Customers for their Orders during his long business connection with them. For the future the same are will be taken to snpply Good, Honest Work, at a price which can only admit of quilc returns. Clark's Best Leather Used. (d2ced A. CA?TWRPIGUT, SADDLER & GENERAL HARNESS Maker,. OR AN B 0 URN BE, HP AVING PURCHASED the Business of 3hr John Todd (who has for many years aurried on business in Cranbourne), is prepared to execute orders of every description with punctuality. Svon .S . T. C " A T, Seedsman and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 8 May 1878

;CtIE OF CIIlA]GES FOR ADVERTISISoG .tyrrs, for One Insertion ... 28. wert- to Tlirv rd, o ... ... 1 ,2s. r"'- orisort att ite rate of 3s. per inch, if for ne Inserton only. Ai*,, lnscTrv upon all advertisements appear inr ir Three 3Months. Id Ad?vertisements are insereted a casiderablY reduced rates. ?.tic nats nmust specify on the face of them "rhrnnm?herr of insertions., or they will be con t??ed nand chlnred fortill ontermnnanided. All. onler~ for withdrawal or alteration to be sent in on the day prior to publication. rdvartisements can only be discontinued by written orders. DIE CT0 Y. gJitETT, Plumber nnd Gasfitter, 131 Lennox stret. near the London Tavern hotel. lOpai e citors TWI)LL, TITOMAS, 64 Little Collins street east, Melbourne; and Sunnyside Cottage, Chapel street, St. Kilds. Rstehers GEIOE R, .TOI?, General Family Butcher, Rowena Iarade, Riehmo.nd. gicellaneeos J. UTOLT, Water Filter fManufacturer, 117a Canligan street, opposite Argyle square, Carlton, formerly of 10 ...

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, MAY 8th, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 8 May 1878

WEDNESDAY, ILAY 8th, 1878. ANOTIIER great event in the political world will shortly occur, viz., the election of a member for Warrnambool in the ,lace of SiriJames:M2!Culloch, and it is to be hoped that the result will show that the party of law and order have not' this time over-esti imated their strength. For our own partwo think it a pity that these isolated electiois should take place ; the Government of the ilay, itis ifellLknioiwn, cdhiiA.lways bringwi a large amount even of legitimate influence to bear on the result of the election, 'and if there is only one to be held, they are able to concentrate their rwhole strengtlh: on .the issue; in the case of the present Govern ment it is hardly necessary to say that they will stick at nothing to secure their ends, and: init merely' legitimate infliences will be used to affect tie.ressult, but bribery,.intimi dation, and corruption of the most unscruput loils charactei will be resorted to' and even supposing that these should not suc...

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DANDENONG SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, May 4th. Present—The President (A W. Rodd Esq.), and Councillors Keys, Hutton, Smartt, Potter, and Attenborough. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 8 May 1878

DANDENONG SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, May 4th: Present-The President (A W. Rodd Esq.), and. Councillors Keys, Hutton, Smartt, Potter, and Attenborough. The minutes of the former meeting having been confirmed, tbd Secretary read over his correspindence outwards, which was ap proved of. , CORRESPONDENCE. : From Mr. Stokes, late, senior officer of iPublic Works 'Department, stating that he had started in business as a general agent, and mentioning his special qualifications:to transact Shire Councils' business.-Received. From David Scott, drawing attention, as a constant traveller, to the present condition of the main Point Nepean road, between Mordialloc and Frankston.--Received. From J. F. Dumaresq,' Secretary jof Cranbourne Shire, requesting to be furnished with a copy of account sales of toll-houses recently disposed' obf; as they were the joint property of. the two shires, accompanied with a cheque for the Crsnbomrne Council's proportion of the sum ,realised.-The Secre tary was' inst...

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MALVERN POLICE COURT. Saturday, May 4th. Before Messrs. R. E. Lewis, and W. C. Watts, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 8 May 1878

MANLVERN POLICE COUiRT. Saturday, Miay 4thl.: Before Messrs. R. E. Lewis, and W. C. Watts, J.P; Henry Reddittwas fined is.,:, for having no light on his vehicle. - A": cae againstH. IFord, for spilling night soil ws, dismissed. Peter Gallagher was fined 5s. for having no lights on his vehicle, and 5s. for negligent driving Sc?siea aainst Samuel Hao Siiel wrth for cruelly illusing a horse, was dismissed. The same defen'dant was fined 0s. Gd.for having no control over his hors 'e : Oliver Williams, Henry Potter, Daniel Connell, John Vancne, J. J. Folster, Jacob Reiger, Albert Vines, Robert Armstrong and John Armstrong?r were findd! 5s. edch, 'nhd :Keye .Pattersn: lO10s.. for having no lights on their vehicles. :Rbeirt Armstrong was also fined lOs; for neg-ligent driving,.: :Lawrence :v. Fox ; use: and occupation, £4 ?ls. 1 Order fdr amount and costs;.: The Court then adjourned.

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DANDENONG POLICE COURT. Saturday, May 4. Before Colonel Hutton and Messrs. Keys and Rodd, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 8 May 1878

DANDENONG POLICE COURT. Saturday, May 4. Before Colonel Hutton and Messrs. Keys and Rodd, J.P. William Harbrow summoned John and James Slater, for £5 4s.; grazing cattle. Mr. Lowe for complainant. Mr. T. Miller, who appeared for the latter defendant, sub- mitted to the Bench that the summons should have been taken out at Oakleigh, as the defendant resided within a mile of Oak- leigh Court House. The Bench overruled the objection. Plaintiff said that on the 9th of October, he agreed with the defendants to grase eight heifers, and he paddocked them for six months; and then sent them home. He had not. been able to obtain payment. He knew a man named Jarvis, who lived at the place where the Slaters previously resided, but did not know him in the transaction.—John Slater did not appear, and the other defendant, James Slater, said he knew the heifers which were the subject of dispute. They were not his, and he believed they belonged to Mrs. Jarvis, whom he had heard say she intended to gi...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 8 May 1878

During the.weee ending April 27th, 128 births and 120 deaths were registered in the metropolitan and suburban districts;.in HIawthorn, there were regis tered two births and two deaths, in Kewione birth and two death, aniid iil'Richmond fifteen births and seven detlhs.. ' 1 -The eit sitiing of the Dandenong Cduiity Court he beeni poctpoined from.W ednesdoy; Miy 22nid,ito nriday, June 21st,,and of the Mornington County Court from Tuesday, May 4til, to Fridy;,uJibe 14th: Anotiser Gojeroms lo. o f l . STlburn dllotr the auction rooms of Mr. WV. Taylor, CollUi?s tret, bfclbourne, on; Friday. neaxt.. The upset pric?ui I3 or . r; ith e .. feeof20 - s . It is Announced in an advertisement, which appears elsewhlere, that a public meeting of the householders of East Dribuin will be held at Love's Hotel on" Saturday a.fternoon, May 11th, at "three o'clock, to elect a roads committee., The selectors who hare settled themselrvcs at Poowong= and Jeetho and in the neighbsrhood of Mfacdonald's trnc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 8 May 1878

SHERWOOD RACES, Friday,` may*24th, 1878, Will be run at the SHERWOOD HOTEL, Seven Miles from Cranbourne, on the Western Port road; STEWARDS: 0. Rossiter R. Molloy W. Lyall, jun. G. Howard G. Poolo , JEvans -- c - = Evans -:.-- T.Horner^- " P. Gill ~S.iCox JUDGE-C. Rossiter. STARTER - T. Homer. ._,.."ca-ýCLEsk Or CousRi-'.R: I wles`.,-'", IsT RACE.--MADEIY PLATE,,of £7. `Distanec, one mile; weight for age. Post entry, 15s. For all horses that have never won an ad rertised race. To start at one o'clock p.m." 2s? RACE.-HANDICAP HURDLE RACE, of £10. Distance, one and a-half miles. Nomination, 10s.; acceptance, 10s. To start at Twvo o'clock p.m. 3RD RACE.-SIHERWOOD HANDICAP, of £15. Distance, one and a-half miles. Nomination £1; acceptance, £1. To start at three o'clock p.m. 4Tr RAcE.-IIANDICAP, of £7 10s., and. a Bag contributed by the ladies of the district. Distance, one and a-half miles. All horses to be the property of residents in the County of Mornington. Qualification to ride, 10...

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Select Poetry. THE ROSEBUD. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 15 May 1878

-o THIE ROSEBUD. We wandered out in the garden, The linnet sang in the tree, My love ohs spied a rosebud, And plucked and gave to me. I kissed the beautiful rosebud, Dear love, that thou gayest to me, And that summer day in the garden, I gave my heart to thee. Three days in a vase in my chamber I eherished my flower with pride, And watched with a sweet and boyish delight Its petals opening wide; Until it had blossomed a queenly rose, And then my flower I took, And carefully laid it between the leaves Of an old and scanty book. Three years the maid did hold my heart In the casket of her own, 'Till the beautiful bud of passion had grown A fragrant rose full blown; She drained its tender fragrance. And then, alh, woe the day! Unlocked the casket of her heart, And flung my flower away. In the saintly book I was reading to-day, Forgetful awhile of my woes, When I turned o'er a leaf, and there beheld A faded, withered rose; It breathed of the past--o that summer-day In the garden where it...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 15 May 1878

MELBOURNE AIln QuEEN VICTORIA [ARET.t g Ilsa to s per doz. bnciLes; l. ean,?;i 3d. per lb.; bcet, 5d to 0d per d i ,t 12s. per doz. ; cabbages, td. to 15 ? u. 8d. per lb.; carrots, Gd. to & ?' .; " cress, water, dt. to 7d1 do ; mr0 1i .e " per dozen ; garlic, d. per lb.; lete o...: per do0z.e ! r r? ..m s. d. ; inarjo.nn, h:d. to Sd. ptidn, ", Inint Gd to tt dlo. ; 01nios, Ss tol . green, (id. to ,d1. per doz. nollhl e r IIrsnipsn, 10d. to Is. do.; a , is 0.l 1 tr 01: : potatoes, 3s. to t. I .. ( or e 4d. to Gd. per dozen hulchest rhubr, do0; oge, Gd to ddo.; sllo,1 I, Is. Gd. r doz. llnchls; tIlh?,ll|ie 1? ?o toI ; do.; tomatoes, s to Is.t ;. r i Apples, dessert, 7" to 101. er e cooking, Gs to 7 do.: , o, , oI. lemons, Is. to _s per doz.; 'l"too,, r toe er doz. ; do. ater, ,. to . ,do. Gdo.; or.nges, s (id to lord d or : 3d. per lb.; quai ees, 3s. to ir Ir " berries', It. to Gd. per ; Iw:i nut 1 gra])Cp , is to Os Pcrse . )' ir"' r.J to l perlbl,. ; b la er. !)t to 1 do.; ,...

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Police Intelligence. BERWICK POLICE COURT. Saturday, May 10th. (Before Mr. R. Officer, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 15 May 1878

.BElRWICK, POICEB, COURT.. . I (Belore Mr. R. Officer, J.P.) Clrile: Hili v..A kAda'n- Ritchie; go.ods sp.l d 6 1£ 12s' O9(1. 'o alipeltraiice. " Settled. h Simon Paternoster v. Mackneyi "oods sold;:£6 5los. ld. .Verdict by consent, for the amount; with fis. costs John FPliaonan v. Henry Colton di iso le diefice as'i hired' serynit. ..No 'apparance. Tie fioundatidn stonrie of the new Easteri Miirket ias laid :oil Tlil .irs.ay lst lyV tlie 3'iiori of f .elbboirie, 'C. Pigdlon, wititlit' usual formnlities.'' A' deejerine~r ,' as' siili~e quei'tlyliven ?in thie't City ouncil clhleier 4in pFlebrhtiii; of thie evpoC. Ationý the giieets ?ere his Excellency the Governor and ome of the' ,embers ofithie Ministry. : IThe Wattle ,Bark Co6niiiissio.? liias. : re commended thant'lltrit ljing.sihould receive' a sinimarry cleck ts thr as pracicible' in the Gilpsland' distrit" . r STlhe Minister otfRaiilu:avs' n.ti(ds paying . visit- to, Maryborouthi this' 'week for lie puirpose of deciilnig. on ti...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 15 May 1878

lI'CAw. A1)arsoS, AND Co. RElrorT: ,. Jlreadstull s: Sitnce last ,week rflour has " .R12 es. 12. ,,Id .£r12 5. have bo.n ,tor fe?.rt. norittern land town b?nl(Is for mall t rind X12 and .12 2s. id. for la it An advranceo of 2d. pr hshel ? ?;li wheatl ; 5s. sId. is rnmdily ge tor rt y. and at thatt figuri' we closed Utnir the ia terday for several l:rge parcels Iarbin nonein the inrket ; rl . d. Ito . 11 :. for'goo t C ape nt ii t e o, O l d .in I -t clcan English l llnting. The ma:rket i terr .!' both kindls.-OATs: Th, market a 1t " poorly siupplied, and outs have an upan and fitrs are higher Ihan tint weekd be , " bushel. IThe demandittII ii mOll ' ion- l In .. tile supply, nllld exrme rate ar milling, feced, and eed. Prices: 1i Is. l m; n'wegi:n, -k- (d.; lilli 1 5s. It. Mt ize has slightly iopr Is. 3d. to-thay. lollml w le i?"old at sli ]I.i!d.; lenls, -Is.11h. Olake is (ullo f" .£ll.--G.Ass Sins : Wc hiIi our a sale ye.tenrday, and cIloed for prime lis t .graoss, imported from E...

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THE WAR IN THE EAST. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 15 May 1878

THE WAI IN .THE EAST. AY nuiiher orof tcle'rasins were received fromi Eu! 'pe on ulnday Inst, frion0 which it apipenrs that, ialtlhou'h every effort is being niile .b the British Government to seclrc? pei? tile iciir clouds ard still 'iltherin,: It' his been statell i'St. S Petersbiiir I that di rect negotiations have been opened betweenc the Oabinets of Englaid iandl i'llssia, bnit this piece of news .vants confirm?tiin.:: 'Itt is expieted ttlin t in: thle ecenit of :r: being' ideclilre l. letween England mid lius i the latter, power. will: issue letters: of mairque to privateers- fitted oout in'; America. 'Thi's woildli be 's, violatioii of 'an ifitcitinationil cinomlict pade .seole ya:rs s go, by which prieva'tetrin was abolished, :I ". wcrould inir itably .lead to severe reprisls: - It is stated that, in. the:event of war between Eriglanid tud 'Rutisii ' Tti.1ey would' re:iin ie iiral but the relations letweeI irkes and Rus .sianre becouming;dailyn ore ins~ltisfichtory, and diss...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 15 May 1878

~FLOoILINE !-FOR TIHE TlTnm IAND TLEEATI.-A few (IrOliNof th'e liud" oiie4"pikelo wetltootl-bhrii~ai'iodiceo'ýl'leosaliý lotbc;'oxrwbicli thorooghiy deanlestooa teoeth, frojoull parasites or iwptriice Lrdens theg pr rento tartar, stopsu ~ decay, givc 'o'%iso'to6i1' o~jo'eoor jnuir.=id o nndia delightful fo ograneo to tho breath~ Itireoroves oil unpleasant odoiir arising:,fromn decayed: teeth or tobaoco -moke.ecTho' "Frogrant "Florilinpe," be i, k cojoetir'at f Ilidl it j nii dll sh~~t·IIEetI a bo,:,j :ildcl cioudotot ogtastc,d ,aiitho. greCteotZ toiletbsciO.dS ry of tho uge.; .Prieo am: Gdt,'of all Chemists' ndn'dPor= street, l9~q on.. ;Udall'dt-fl to aix 6AiQgwrsx.

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, MAY 15th, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 15 May 1878

Jc loutb l iottrlkc AND Sh t a l n gt.OIt " u r lt ý. WVDNESDAY, M3AY.llSth, 1878. DuliNxo the past week the Coimmissioner of Public Works ihas madule tour tiroitgh those portions of Gippsland which are not yet included in any nmunicipality, but the affairs of which are administered, or sup posed to be administered, immediately by the Department, and we should think tllat he nmust have learnt from his trip, if he has kept his eyes open, that tliese districts lhave been triucli neglected in the past.. The step which the Minister has now taken seems in some way to have been forced on him ; lihe Ihas dispensed with the services of some of the best men in the Department, and find ing probably that there is more work titan can well be done by the present staff of officers lie is desirous of getting-rid of someine of it and placing it in other llands. The result, however, will in all probability prove beneficial to these neglected districts, and it is to be hoped that Mr. Patterson will m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 15 May 1878

RENDER THE SYTTER DISEASE-PRoOF.-We earn estly recommend the inhabitants of malarious local ities, persons whose occupations are unhealthy or subject hem to exposure in the open air, emigrants to sections of country recently cleared of timber, travellers and persons of feeble constitution, to protect themselves against the hurtful effects of sudden climatic changes-air-poison, tainted orbrack ish water, and intense heat or cold, by a course of UnoLPno WoLtE's SCHIEDAM AROMATIC SCHNAPPs VAIUABLE DISCOTERT POR THE HAIR.-If your hair is turning grey, or white, or falling off, use "The Mexican Hair Renewer," for it ,cill positively restore in every case grey or ewhite Iair to its original colour, without leaving the disagreeable smell of most restorers." It makes the hair charmingly beautiful, as well as promoting the growth of the hair on bald spots, where the glands are not decayed. Ask your Chemist for " The Mexican Hair Renewer," prepared by Henry C. Gallup, 493 Oxford street, Londo...

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