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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 27 October 1888

SNNo palatial hospital needed for Dr. Sonle's Anmerican Hop.Bitters' patients, nor large sailaricd talented puffers to tell what Dr Sonle's American Hop'Bitters will do or? .cre. as they tell their own story by their certain and absolute cures at home., ' New Y ork Indepen dent . =. - • ? .. -A Great Enterprise. The Dr Soule's American Hope Bitters Manmfacturing Company is one of RIoches; ter's: greatest business enterprises: Their -Dr Soole'sa American .Hop Bitters have reached i sale beyond all precedent hav.ng; froimtheir intrinsic value; foi?nd theireian into almost evcryhousehold in: the. lan'd. ',Graphic." Tihe Invelntor i The invention of any machiao that makes onur haiird liives easier is agreat boon; and the siine may be said' of the improvement of 'snyarticle of daily use, such as soap, which enables the disagrecable washing d?y: to -become easy and pleasaint l"This is'done by Ozonfe Laundry Soap. " Large bars noiv sold by evenry grocer, price ]s.. Sole' maker John Sutherl...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Plot's Wife. A BALLAD OF THE SEA. I. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 27 October 1888

- Ther Plot'a Wife. A BALLAD OF rTH SEA. I. 'The moon shines out, with here are there a star. But fnrions cloud-ranke storm both staer and moon. The mre sea drums upon the harbour-bar. Will the tide lsaoken soon? O Sos.'thet took'ea my youngest, wilt thou soare? -And the Sea answered through the black night-air, 'I took thy youngest; shall I spate to - nightYl 'The thundering.breakers sweep and slash the sands: To wentward. lot one line of cream-white foam; I riate 8. dasklinj heaven my helpless bhands I wtoch within the home. O Sea, that took'at my eldest, wilt thon sare -And the Sea answered as from out a 'I stew thine eldest son for my delightL' III. 'The giant wave plunge o'er the shingly beach ; Tho tswny.maned great lions of the sea With ritilsse roar bowl down all human le or offt from me? O Sea, that slowest my san, ine huband The Sea's wild laughter shook sad ruan the SIo i the beach a drown'd face deadly while. -Gaoaca Bal?ow.

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 27 October 1888

6einmhey 3,am,, L.wath a. Lar. caona?ments ;ust .opend up. will all latet lmuroWmenut nds'ot pprtoed de dlon.- JobrDmDnks and Sou; 42 oaly Bomrk atteet wes.Nt.boarue.,?.ADrt "': " , - : The works on the Caodahar Railway ae beinl pusbed forward. The tunnel throagb the Khejak Mouetin is prugreassl'taa. When completed, It will be Sfve mil beag.

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LEADER. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, OCT. 27th, 1888. THE BEAUMARIS TRAMWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 27 October 1888

THE.... LEADER. JUSTICi TO ALL. SATURDAY', OCT. 27th, 1SSS. THE BEAUMARIS TRAMWAY, 'Tnunways may be only an apology for a railway, but if the latter is not attainable they are a very good apology indeed.' In common with many others we have looked upon the extension of tramways for heavy traffic as a boon to the large number of market gardeners who have a continued and heavy haul age to cope with: In the matter of economny too, it will be found that they are a very, good saving on McAdanm's ideal of a roadway. To the energy of the Hon. Thos. Bent, Esq., M.L.A. and sitting member for-Brighton much credit is due for those already laid. An enterprising company or at least what was considered as such, some -time ago was formed to skirt the sea from Pic Nic Pdiiit to: Mordialloc with trans for passenger tralie. They approached the council and after a considerable amount of concession on the part of the ratepayer's representatives, as well as the holding of several conferences between the ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A SURGEON'S TALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 27 October 1888

'A SURGEON'S TALE. While ompldeg my medcal studii be Pai I beome acquainted with Ivan _Hum mason. Be ' wa. oLssisan tudent, wheow home wasu omewbur near the borders of Finland, .he bhis father owned mules poS miles of barren steppes, stormswept duria? thei long winter sed suncoosehed in the srt summer. ' Hommason was one of the finest formed men I sver saw. He wu a tridfle over bft. talls and weighed 1901b.1 Had he been matched against John :L. Sullivan in a 24t. ring I would have staked my lst cent on him. The critioal eye of an natomts: man dteet a dosen faults in UBllivan's build, but there were next to none in Hommaon's. After wards when he lay dud before me, I took ocea0ton to make some measurements of his manlfiseent body, and found the proportions almost perfeet. 01 his mousclar power I saw, during my shut aeqgoinsaoae with him.. some remarkable nstancess. - Like myself; - Hummason wasee ptndio the medical classes, but while I war?ttend ing the leotures in anatomy' and clinic...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CURIOUS PROPERTIES OF NUMBERS [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 27 October 1888

CURIOUS PROPERTIES OF NUMBIIERS From the earliest days, after people learned to count. many strange superetitiont have been atiasbed to numbers. There i, of oourse, nothing really 'uncanny' about any partioolar numeral or ~multiple of numer.as ; but sirce the human animal is naturally intensely euperelitious, it Is not surprising that the really curious properties possessed by some numbers should. have led the iguorant to euppose that there was some. thing supernatural about these fateful eguree A good many sacred attributes attach to the first of all the numbers. It was considered to be the essence of the C ester, slnoe 'there Is one faith. one law, one baptism.' Two was a very remarkable number, by reason of duall y having been so closely oboervet at the Creation; there was made light anod darkness, the sun and the moon, and the two e?res. Two represants the prioelple or oantrast; each virtue has its oppositg vies, and every joy Is counterbalanced by a sorrow Three was she most sa...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TREASURE COVE. A LEGEND OF THE TROPIC SEAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 27 October 1888

TREASUR E COVE. A LEGEND OF THE TROPIC SEAS. The muset 'Ight eovers with splendid glow the coast of the Pacific, and bathes in beauty the sands of a lonely beech, where the waves are breaking gently. Thie Is a bhra -a tidal creek, and its cove is smooth anu. peaceful, being well protected by a line of breakers that here lie further out fr.m shore :han is nseal in eueh pIscer. B'ask egaioet the beakgrouoil of erimson and gold wbth which the great orb decks his descent to his tomb, a boat looms up, rounding the point from the sea into tce creek, thence opening inland ; and presently the frail vessel groond and two m-n leap astore and draw the canoe up beyond danger of drifting. So brief is the twilight of the troFics that it is early nightfall as they alight on tee bank. The stars are coming out and reflect themselves in the sea, and far away gleam the lights from soattered" cbina. The chattering blackbirds have flown home to their eight-haunts, and the belated gulls are winging towar...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COSSACK AND SEPOY. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 27 October 1888

COSSACK AND SEPOY. The "Army and Navy Gazatte" says that there is a moet iolrreetlhgchapter inr eMajorYcate's bco on Northern Afghanistan,, entitled' COossack and S py " That these two types of soldiers may at a to very remote peried meet on the tih'd of battle i ,onaeiered by M=jor Yto suflileent jostlina-: : ion ftr.drawing ase he doEs a comparison between teem on their mlitary aepeat. At description of the Cossack by a British? officer who has seen him, and in a way lived with him, on active service, merits carefil consideration. Major Yate's ompa'ri son is, on . a balance of qua Iiesa being: struck., .,arkedly in favour of the Sepoy. Tee first pozut that suggests itself for comparison is the matter, of dress,. and here the soldi'r-diplomatist Indicatet, several details in which the Ruosasas are in advance of usa. The Cossack uniform is of, the eatoe out for officers and for men, the former, however, having somewhat finer material It consiste of a fiat-topped cap, a short frock c...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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ZYMINE PEPTONISING POWDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 27 October 1888

ZYMINE PEPIONIBING POWDERS. Cows' milk it as important an olimant as any kuown to man ; but t is not adapted to the digestive power. of all. The milk of the non-cud chewers precipitates in fltkees n the itomoah, while that of the coaIchewera forms heavy cards. Is is thuan see that nilk like the cow'e, which forms thick dete cud. it no perfectly adapted by natule to the digestive capablities of the itomach of the young of men Ore ealm difference, then, between coin milk and mother.' mlk I in the deree or their digpslibility. When oow'moilki taLke, it terms a denesheavy card, difficultto digest, whilemothehb' milk form. 6ne feathery flske. If one Paptonisiun Powder (Fairchild) be added to a pint of cows' milk, thereis imparted to it all the bland, nutritions and vital properties of mother' milk; it will no longer cerdle, and becomes identical with the latter int colour, tute, odour, tmation. and the pron portion ir.d qcality oft cm.i; in the stomach it brs fine delicate flakes. Milk t...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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THE KING OF SPAIN'S FIRST ORDER. (FALL MALL BUDGET). [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 27 October 1888

THE KING OF SPAIN'S FIRST ORDER. IALL MLL MA YDor). "St non a veto e ben trovato ". oe is inclined to say on hearing she story of the first order given by his youthful Majesty.' King Al(bnio'X[(I. This young gentleman is approseohng the age when Boyal infants are exp, oted to do without nuries, and learn obedience and wisdom from governesses and tanors. The young King's nurse ha~ there fore been intimated that he- services will shortly no longer be required, and that .he may return to her huoband and child in the country. The nurse, how ever, is greatly attached to her charge, sad alter repeatedly. but vainly, pleading bar cause with the Queen Regent, she has discovered a means by which .to ensure her stay in the Royal Spanish household. King Alphono isojust leardlg to talk, and when recently he was taken into a room where the d gultaries of State were assembled to c4n vines themselves by personal Inmpection of hi Majesty's well-being, the latter, in baby Spanish, eotled out, "' he ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRIMINAL TYPES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 27 October 1888

CtIMINAL TYPES. A FTrech doctor be enaotly publitbed a curious sanopsis of he reent Ocriminal A?. thropoloeial Congrese. He has dicoovered that a etrary to what s olften tel eed, she crimisal, as a atel, bha not a ferooeas oasu easaes, mad t"O ?le hbardsmd be l*,the. softer ete ezpresloa of the fate, sa? the Seer the turas,. Abnormal develomeat of the jaws, aseace of buard, abounasao of hai,. and a aPPI?n a,. ?r atso evidenoes of mol obliqut?. The poetdtla of artmlnae ezhibited mby . G. Payne at the last photo grapbLe ezxhbition egMh to be valTable cvi denle on this point. Speaking hfoim reind. Isctlo, thens wr C tain some of she fasos whica were wollfiyend but Sbe majforit rwere -I-oe , a o t -pe o lteasiUgc Be$ aob·UI - rthe w fau saet ies as pete lsisay, a noet hertnigas. so Th c s type mme-esn tiosed .by s Phasb dieer eis.s t: b osr -_--? Ixmma?a w t .- 51to oº mW to ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 27 October 1888

ELEVEN LINGERIN DE&TEHd. Isr Slu s pell to reed of, i d still sae so to wasq a ones vigorous It a liag to wmd o a lan inevitable, but toe -tose t ppromac? dg . d lw, og ssbltae, on l no is not brighUmed by hope, anler I1 is the hope that om crieis a mr esome and lbueo the end. For tednfereo' sake it is best',r hutened. as well as for that of the ptieas and sympathetic on looker. The sJmmwaty n has therefore to be con?ratlated - tbs fihe demise of eight, and the heady ?udoted d, ·ah of the other three o-collel disl?ectant., -hleIo- will leave HuBntu' the _ and. only orsvror, old render lortber 'dlsppoisting ezperiseese mmneu e. dl ,evbmieeIn tt.b.bl ee oh.tln:hl? __-' Tun Terminus,- CoibS • ,+ ' . y- ir'!ý, . WHY???? WRY? ??! WHY?'?? WHY! ??? WHY? ? ? WHRY? WRY!!?! WRY!?!! WHY 112 WHY do I have this drowsy, lifeless feeling? Why do I have backache? Why: neuralgia and rheumatism? Why does .or.o tuloun taint uad eryeiple lshow itself ? ? ? ? ?. ? ?7? . • BECAUSE svur blood is f...

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THE KAISER AND THE CZAR. (ST. JAMES'S GAZETTE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 27 October 1888

THE KAISER AND THE CZAR. (ST. JAOM S GAzeTL) " You knoo I love you dearly,"Jaid bhe Klear to the Czar. " N.b huma machinations can oar dethlele ider.d. bhip mar. N seqyudronr ,emn, or retmestm, but sltr amitr. I'm onad to keep cn te mor y. or y e. rbasn a oe Toent's r'leam md eagrelive. eIJ uullke Jou?aelt, you komw. And as for thie my nmvy tad my retlne of wi r. I keep sI jelt foe a ida?" sod the Ktlesr to the Czr. Thene aos g athe monarche wre* eternal frienod The Kalo wept, and ekmied the Ozasr ofta IS Sheos ranme thee ; Then afterwadl loe bowehm to b u his ew repeaUtiog Jod cao him sI the mightytbog thln? with II couold be done ; How bsll a don Muacovllua or srehme hm n m row Might cwith m Ingle bull.e be dsepatohed to eoalma below. "Buo the." bhe added mleetl, and lnvolud phi paeron Imm, * o I uoldn' htak OI Ulog It" 0 m sor a not." mad the Czmr. So plemed, blimmghty IIHlety c all tbhe BRalm Shbedtotsllof joy ld wopIlloud, Id Ingemped him brolbte'. raded; , i no,oo d neve ie.j ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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SKIMMING OVER SEA AND LAND (NEW YORK HERALD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 27 October 1888

SKIMMING OVER SEA AND LAND (Nzw IORK HERALD.) The steamentp New York old not take oh her possible epe-d in makling the first voyag tce nso the A?lautic. It was only the averat speed of a unew hip, regutsae for pindeutia. reasone. It is said that the ship is capable o: ataitueli. a apeed of twenty-five miles a. h.or, a raing quie in advanceof any ocua, ateamahip heretofore constructed. The ves-e id larger thon any merchant ship afloat, her 0.o0s apspcity being about 10,000 tone, or halt that of the Greoa Es-tern, which was the wonder of the world. There is somewhs.r between these two vessels a limit a, to the size which can be profitably employed in the merchant -ervice. It was made reasooabl) clear that the Great Eastern was too lrae a s.ip for protit. Steamship building at that time had not at:ainrd the present perfection. Thera was a reluctance to wholly abando,. side-wneele; and so toe Great Eastern was fitted out with paddle and screw. The New York reuresents all the Improvement...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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FIGHTING THE SLAVE TRADERS. PLUCKY ENTERPRISE IN EAST AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 27 October 1888

FIGHTING THE SLAVE TIADER,9. PLUOKY ENTERPRISE IN EAST aFIICA.. Writing from Qaillimame, underdate 91b July, a correspondent of 1" The Times' says he has reoeived the following news" from K'ronns, at the north end of the Nyassa Lake:- ' Our reinforcements have now ne.rly all arived. We are twenty-six wrhite, (Srottish and English). with nearly 400 natlvee armed with rifles. With this force we shall soon now make - move. The work is much more difficult than it was before, owing to the strengthening of s-e Arab atookades and the rrinforcements supplied them; but there can be no flnebing or draw ing back now. The next mail that goes down she lake will, I hope, carry you news of our sucoess." At tl.e stage' in she progress of a atruggle that is being watched with keen interest by all concerned in Central African affairs (continues the correspondent) the letter closes, and some weeto will prhbably easn before more news react :a u Twenty six men-it is not a great number, and yet it is the...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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BERRY ON MEN WHO WERE HANGED. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 27 October 1888

BERRY ON MEN WHO WERE HANGED. Berry, the English execulioner, In an lnterview with a reporter. relatee the eitrom stanees of a meeting which took place early on the fatal morning between the two men Daniel sand Jonee, who were hanged at B'r &hitghanm. To*y bad bees kept io sheir sepa. ate ells ntil about habelt-past 6 o'clock, t-,n they made their lee toileo and weraepe ie the tame cell as soon as they met? JJ.,n rut.ted to Daniell, graped him by tr, bart', and said, 'Dautels. God ble-eyon! G?,l bl e oe. both I We shall meet, I ho~e, in the L ..d of LiLht.' Deniele retrnoed the gra-n we only. teplying. 'Jotes, God olse you. Tey miR'at have put a torethelr all aloo?.' From "stat time to tte end they rematind torteher. When Berry went into the cell to pinion the two men. he asked them whether they intended to ay anything on the scaftod. Jones said be bhad esomething to say, and Betty advised him to sap nothing. Jones thereupon turned to one of the w·rder-, end said, ae woOn' l...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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ONE OF NAPOLEON'S ENCUMBRANCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 27 October 1888

ONE OF NAPOLEON'S EN. CU1 BRANCES. The Paris coarelepndent of the 'Chicago Triboae'_is repa?rible for the foili,wing lrti: -" When the l?.,pleror N.puoeo. Iii. wa ari:ir.hbti 'Llt.(f Ciear.' and wase etttne amobitiooe glar.c. ait a ah"ir in the academy, a poat whosee name eball noe n.kntniwa so am, wrote a fen versee in the Emperor'- work, referring to him as the ' rre:teet Cn ar et those later s3ee.' Iu return the Etperor sent him a splel dij niant.,a ring end an invitation to call at "he Tulelies. W.nt thie poet came the Esv ror received him affectiora ely, and atre r.ome Converdatiou ahked him It he was married. 'No, eire.' 'And why durn'c youa g"' in .re!r Si h. re. Would youn mr;iy ladv ruUn. ., heasutitf, ardent dlpio.itiun, sad with a hand.em dowry, if you ret -nch a one who w?a willieh 'o have you?' ' Y ..*ire; I ehold hie. e?s too happy.' ' Well, then, cone ahee to-nlrnro . ftight at 10 o'loca ; I will present you :u her ' At the appointed time tie poet again tre sented him...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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SCIENTIFIC NOTES. SCIENTIFIC D[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 27 October 1888

S0UINTIFidO tiOS0n . flmmimto DUibftOyU ?.basp 0 e mist masvlous ceas a em om the s eetsthle mas hbe to deal l' me thbo-e. which as a rale so a oapny "nme o 'odlyp ailment, and ? e plsdueesd without tma immdiate agency ef antexrmal .timultl. You mug thinkyo, a llsauing to maile, either vwcal o' daege.r.taa, aid fnil-w the taws' from ejglser.n. o' end, while all the time ther mwest hbeing prformeld;l~an m tof. that Ioo see the fIc of a lriend who at tb em map b ?e dead or far away and hbe -ponr - - yOi w~!t t"I rmltl t antri yua e Al ' e esam., but of course get no rtepoone; -me are pnrety delusions of the arnsee wieci ae known -as bl.j-lee eeea'ions An eamtpl or two may. P;ova Intltsting. slr John eirechel, givet thb followleg from his teronanl Cxterle e :-" I bad heat. -wituesseir the demoliston of a strueaure familiar to me from childhood, and wish which many intertetiig aeeociitiono were cooaetd ; a demnl tio rot unattended with danger to the wo'lhven employed. aboutr whom I had ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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AN ADVENTURE WITH A CROTALUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 27 October 1888

AN ADVENTURE WITH A. OBOTALUS. A correspondent .I th. Calutts " Eglis* - man" desort.es an adventure whech he bad w th snake Le...,I as the crotloue amOtu :mapipire) of Tr. idad and 8outt. America. I is a ceonlgener of t e rattlemaskee. sa, Icke bhe a l?abell., aaoth"er venomoua soatk. it uoually ileps in the day in h ,lel and hollow .g, nlor occasiu.nllr y a iled on alme emell mound in a e camp in the forult deprths. I neerch of timber toasrd thse close of the de, sas,,no, when the groun.l wais thikly caro-eed with leaves, the writer. in compesn with a halfi br?ed, who combired the vocations of wceood can and hunter, mtum le I suddenly on a inrae se?olmen of the cootnlus mute. mtoly wicnd.' ing its home.nard .ay moug the lte y d tfls f the forest. Fo o ne time tst c dlif '. :o diocere the waply folds of the snake broeuh the brown Tse of d citing foulie; hut havio reacohi ci.er spo? the reptile colled roenn a l.o ae.m, a.d prepares' for' :etion. ,bout"e :ard of the holy anes the hea...

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A BATTLE BETWEEN A COBRA AND A TIGER. (NEW YORK SUN.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 27 October 1888

A BATTLE ETWEW 'N A OOIBA AND A TIGEB (aNw von SUn.) "> While thanmmber of person in India who loe their Uirie by serpents and wild imisals s returned each year by fioll record, 1. so ,rest as teamome us, I am stislled 'that not morethantwe thirdsof the atuali numberare returned. I peaed flveyears in thatcoantry, most of the time in the interior among aee natives, and I know how impossible it is for offolals to collect anything like trustworthy italistios under this head. The head men of villages are supposed to report to certain ifioles, but they do so only under pressure Where a report would give. a distrtet a bad name is is altered and amended, and no dionbt the Government connives at this. The smount of money paid out as bounty each year to the slayers of serpents and wild *nimatle s enormous, and is itoretsing yearly, proving that all attempts to vern lessen tne general evil have resulted In failure. The tiger, hyena *iger wolf, wolf, and other dan geroun besets have been dr...

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