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Worthy of Imitation. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 May 1896

Worthy of Imitation.- j Olio of our enterprising dairymen, Mt. fifattfftel El If s, recently erected a large 8&edl, dboift 60 feet by 20 feet in Chichi he has1 'built 24 well planned .stalls, with feeding' boxes substantially and neatly fused!. Here the cows aire milked, but they are flow bailed up in the prevail ing fashion, a rope - (especially madte' by Mr. Eft lis) answers the purpose of a bffil/ The entrance to each stall is bricked, and . there is a fail from the feeding box right to the bricked pfcirt, which leads to a bricked gu^ter :T?Mch r una right r hr ough the build ing, No water can Remain more than & iett seconds iii any of the stalls. On cold ?jajig5its7 the -cows are Comfortably stalled, y^hefe they, are liberally provided with dodder. Every morning, the owner gets a liberal supplyrof manure for his farm, and ^ d'fia'Ved the trouble of running all1 over the £ fcr it. The shed is kept wonderfully - laiV and is so constructed that no bad Bmi can exist:...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 May 1896

, 'Items Interest. ? ? i Graham of the Australian Team's health -?'is improving. ? 'Vigilant,' of the London ' Sportsman,' 'in commenting upon the Northamptonshire ;Stakes, Jsvon by H. C. White's Paris, says: ?'The only description I ,ean give of the race is that it was any imaginable odds on the favorite -from the. moment the flag fell. He was ? ?never really out of a canter, a©d the six ?'lengths by which Cannon allowed him to r.win might have been 16 or 26. For the V last quarter of a mile his jockey ,had the greatest difficulty in preventing him from distancing his field, and a trainer might well -remark, about five minutes after $Le -race was over, ' I wonder if Cannon's pulled 'him up yet.' Had he not been handicapped on -very different terms in the Great Metropolitan and Chester Cup, one or both --*f„ these events would have been completely spoilt, an l, as it is, even 9st 9lb, which is vthe .weight' he-has -to carry in each ,of them it is by no meaiw prohibitive, for he is a...

Publication Title: Camden News
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A Bedridden Genuis. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 May 1896

A- Bedridden- Genuis. Ja ffies Sandy,, of Afyih,- Perth, who died about 1816 was deprived the use of his legs wJien young, and so lay in bed for over 50 years, being only removed three times, when in djanger from flood and fire, fie invented a circular bed with sides raised above the clothes eighteen inches, which seryv' platform .for laths, clocks and musica; ! ?% , tuents. jaeeveu Uiaue optical insLrUu... x. . and telescopes equal to those of Londou op ticians. He suggested improvements in spinning machi uery ,and first made the wood en snuff boxes called Laurencekirk boxes. He hatched birds eggs in his bed and reared the young birds as pets, so that they sang perched on his bed. He could draw and en grave wel!. His bed and workroom was a .general rendezvous of the village gossips. H« married three weeks before his death, and ie t a goodjsuni of money behind him.

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Cobbitty. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 May 1896

^ Cobbitty ' ^PROM CKTB -OWN,' CORRESPONDENT.] Our roads have'been much improved of Hate, the mud holes and sand holes have been filled in with metal and blinded with gravel, and with a good shower of rain vwiH make a first-class job. Mr. Frank Doust of Cawdor, with a staff ,of men has been amongst us road making, . building a culvert and metaling, under the .supervision ox Mr. Oox, who has put up a substantial culvert, with upwards of one chain of metaling on each side of the Matavia, Westwood and Vermont roads, known as the ' Blacksmith's Swamp,' or ' water hole. Several previous attempts have been made to satisfactory make this spot - passable, but Mr. Doust has at last made a ^first-class gob of it. Dry weather still prevails, the water cask ?is taken to the river veiy frequently. It is ? svery dry weather indeed when -the residents -of Cobbitty have to draw water. Only 14 points of rain fell during the , rmonth of April.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 May 1896

! A | libMbY ^OB EVERYONE !' I M-yft TO OBTAIN IT OF COfexl SiTXilight Soap OK Lifebuoy So^p , . WEAPP^fl CbMPETITION. MO^K PRIZES TURING1 I8&5: v EVefyotte wishing1 to possess copies of the BOOKS — as p6if lia^6M; obtaiil them by sending' to. Lever Bros., Ltd.,- 232' Clarence- street, Sydney, StTN LIGSf or LIFEBIJOY SOAP WRAPPERS or COUPONS', as tinder, and 4d in stamps to cover post ageor carriage: With the Wrappers orpoupons enclose full na'rae aird address — numbers of Wrappers and the bodk or books ie^hired. The top pb,rt of .?wrapper,; incltlding the line 'SUNLIGHT or LIFEBUOT SOAP' will be accepted in lieu of the wholewrappfirS/ Half-cloth and Paper Cardbdard. C6Vers SO'S'unlig'ht Wrappers' 1 Bo63fror 2 Btooks 90 Sunlight Wrapper's 2 Bdokar or 4 Books 135; Sunlight Wrappers. 3 Books or 6 Books 180 Sunlight Wrappers 4 Books- or 8 Books ; . NOTE IMPORTANT. Clergymen, Schoolmasters ! and ? Sunday-school Teatohters , may form ' Book i Clubs?,', and by collecting. StfNLlQ'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 May 1896

' * K 'SlitL, ^ (L&le tfdakes aiid Srnito ^ FAMILY BUTCHER ' . -A A ubihs fli'Kit'* rj GJLuitHiii i&- ? : ^ . » ?:' -The busitiesij whibb tia^-xiiet with stf tiluoK'atiti be mi in ibe.pasVwillfoythe fnture be.soielyidon Qucied by E. Small, oM bf the proprietors of the busings, and he trust? that by ins experience and judgment, and providing tne beat of. every class 6 aeet to gaih increased sugpcfrt from the residents 6f ? Cauiden and district. ^jAMUHi.N jyj OKUMENTAL ^fORKS ^ - ? ? ? ^ Atgyle Street* Camden. - 6.-W. GLiVlLfM!), (Late Hi In Davis) . Monumental and genEraL mason Monuments in Marble, Granites, Or Freefcson& Over 200 different designs to select from; Casl and Wrought Iron Tomb Railings/ ENikEttHi) PREEsTOiTB A BtKOlALlf* . *8^* Old Stones renovated find inscriptions cut in atiy Cemetery. B. H, IJNttLlS ?A' to TIONfiEft* . fa&ESEj CATTLE AND PRODtr0E SALESSIAiT, Weekly Sales held every Tuesday at CAMDENj aftd every Wednesday at PICTON, ? ,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 May 1896

SANDUR & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT ' Under the distinguished patronage of His„Majesty the King of Italy, as per communication made by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, through the Oon-» sulnGeneral for Italy at Melbourne, 14th March, 1878. Awarded Diploma at the Amsterdam Ex hibition. is#9 Acknowledged by Medical Clinics universities all over the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Extract in the market, products of simple distillation, forming crude redinous oils. In order that these crude oils may not be taken for our Pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract, which is recognised by the medical division of the Prussian Government to be of perfectly pure origin, as per information forwarded to us through the Consul at Melbourne, 2nd March* 1878, we . take:- -- It is proved by tests made by the Medical Clinics of the Universities at Bonn and Greifswald (Prussia), and -eported by Dr. Shulz, Professor of Phar macology at Bonn, and Professor Dr. Mosler, Director of the Medical Clinic ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 May 1896

„ ...'?? .. ? ? .1r- ' CAMDEN v t Butter, Bacon & Refrigerating , a ? . Worts. . ? % ^ » *' V '? ?' ' ? ? ?' ^ e !' ;l ? £ '? ^ , f? tV -» ( . - 1 ' ? ? ?' ?' -- ? 7 v.';'- : ? ?-. ' 1 ; ' ' THE- MANAGEMENT DESIRE TO A2TNO'®KCE THAi?' THE?' AKE #0W' MbfiPAfifiD TO RECEIVE CREAM, ON ACCOI^T # CREA^^ i0OWAij^S;. :0®v- PRIVATE PERSONS HAVING SEPARATORS. ' '' ' FULL PARTICULARS AS TO' TERMS; FOR CHIlfRNiN^ ETC!,- Gltiff EE: OBTAINED AT THE WORKS. ' ? ; --.'.j/x;:-;- ~ ? / - Camden, April 14,. 1895; ' - '-;? v ???:-?. :; . ' ...' : OTJRE BAUTIFUXiLY ILLUSTRATED- I . . — ? . j Catalogue .. ?, ^ . w j Which- explainsin simple language how to grow and treat ail varietibs of' Seeds, S^t' l^eeSi Plaiht's,' ; v ; _ Bulbs, etc., giving the beet time for planting, witii full description; of eve%tfiing, iij-now iBsuedi andean be had - . Post Free ' '3 Write' at once to ' .y- ; ~ | WM. CARTER & Co., Haymarteet, Sydey, ; \ - ? ''''f'' ? ?' ? s. ? j ' . ; ; *€ I - ff 746 GEORGE ST. (...

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Burglaries in Camden. SUCCESSFUL HAUL. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 14 May 1896

Burglaries in Camden. SUCCESSFUL HAUL.   During the early hours of Wednesday morning the township of Camden was visited by a burglar or burglars, and were fairly successful in not only extracting the spare coin in the tills of two of our townsmen, but helped himself or themselves with whatever he or they could lay hands on and carry away. The two shops deliberately broken into were Mr. S. Procter, stationery, etc., and Mr. A. Stuckey, boot and shoe maker. At the former tradesman's shop entrance was gained by smashing a hole in the glass of the front shop door, and by this means the burglar turned the key of the shop door, which was left on the inside. After ran- sacking the shop and emptying the till of its contents and taking away tobacco and other goods, deliberately piled a lot of sport- ing guns against the door leading to the residential portion of the premises. A slight noise was heard in the shop by the inmates, but, no apparent notice was taken of it. Mr. Procte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 21 May 1896

? - ? '„.r- — irT11 Tnmni1 ' ',TI 1 — . « OUR BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED' Catalogue ' ; , ? Which explains in Bimple language how to gtow1 aiid treat all varieties of'Seeds^ Fruit 'T^ees, Planj:Sj 'Bulbs, etc., giving the bett time for planting*, -with full description^ of * , everything, isnow issued, ,, andean be had Post Freei .,.'- ? ????.? ? Write at once to ?? ?? ?-?'?? ????? ? 'V WM. CARTES, & Co.,- HayifiaiKet, Sydey?. For Bilious and Nervous Disorders, . such ? as \^ind and Paiivih tfe Stomach, ? Sic&' Headache, Giddiness, Fulness-and'- Swelling after meals, Dizziness and Drowsiness; Cold ? . Chills, Flushings of Heat, Loss of Appetite, Shortness of Breath, Costiveness, Blotches ? i. , on the Skin, Disturbed Sleep,. Frightful . Dreams, and. all NeCTQUs*..andK-.Tren^ljng*.---.''»r*'^ . Sensations, &c. The first Dose wili;' give relief in twenty minutes. This fc»; is no fiction. Every sufferer is earnestly invited to try one Box of these Pills, and they V...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 21 May 1896

Sappiest of all. Tfiwrar & no1 time fn tbe twenty- fotitr hottw. when I one' ought to feel so- thoroughly satisfied and con ; tent as immediately after si good hearty meal. And ; aift healthy persons do- feel so1. The body's- de mrnicla have been met, a'ftd we are easy and com ; fortabte, as- though we had' paid off an old dun and ; ha-S money left. We are- accessible, hfittiane, and ' good natttred'. Then,- if ever, we1 will grant a request without grumbling1. ' True benevolence,' says- a crusty oM friend of mine,. ' ia- located hv a CiipaMe stomach' recently filled.'' i Yes1, but what of the incapable1 stomach#, of f which there1 are- so- many 1— stomachs that di's i appoint and: plague their ownersj till the act of ! feeding, so delightful to others,- becomes- an act to avoid1 the necessity of which tliey are1 almost will ; iug to- die ??' Ah, that is qiuite' another thing. These1 poor sotife are they' who say, as Mrss- Wallace says in- thfe letter of hers1, '*I was no lo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 21 May 1896

p: ? ? ? . n7' '| COSTIGaN. oi Arpyle Street,- Camden, has %l ?F ? for palp 2 new waggonettes, and one second hmd wngonettn, also 2 or 3 horse, drays, spring carta; litsw. and second hrfnd. . Has also several pulkies ind humpies, iot sale, new and second hand. - Fhikies aitd btlggieS iii tiour?e of coMpiletioti. J C. will endeavour to suit Custodiers m whatever th»-y faiay T^qtifte. Wheels, or bodies seperately, ''' ? or as j?- quit* d, or io order. He„Jhas for galena waifgoiielte suitablo for any wholesale! dealer* will cnvry (ttoae. Every attention paid to alterations t\ and repairs; Tei'tas taoderartei Apply J. Costigan, ;; ' Coadh Builder and repaired Argyle Street, Caitiden, i * * ' WTfi. McKEOWN) junri / * ' - ? ?? * wholesale /FRt?iTEftER and v. ' . . g6mmissio^ agent 1 ? ' ' V-l %r , '-J ' Ho. 3 Coi'potatidft Buildings, ^ : i 1 ? / HAY STREET, V/1/ tod BELMOR'Ei MARKETS, SYDNEY. ADAM 0. CHALK ?' j . ELKOTROPA^ISTE, . - ? ~ Cures all diseases by electricity, can be consulted ...

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Camden Municipal Council [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 21 May 1896

' Camden Municipal CoiinciL The fortnightly meeting oi th© Aldermen ? was held on Wednesday the I3feh inst.- The Mayor (Alderman W. 0. Furner) presided. ?There was a full attendance of the Aldermen viz : — 0. T. Whiteman, GK F Furner,. H. Moore, E, J1. Druitt, (i. Cleveland, Ev firif&ths, and James Frier, The minutes of the previous iaeet&fgf of the council were read and confirmed. The following accounts were received and passed for payment : — Bakewell Bros.,. fcj. Proctor, £1 0s 3d ; Sons of Temperance ' £6 : Valuators fees £10: A. SttKnkev. 8s ; T. Gurry, £2 7s 9d j; M, Kelly, £3 12s Od. . COBltEiPOHDEWCE^ ? From the Mayor of Campbelltowtt asfkfeg the co-.operation of the Camden Aldermen in reference to the necessity of extending ? the radius of the suburban railway area to Oampbelltown, thus materially effecting the township of Camden. The Mayor considered that if such could be accomplished it would prove an undoubted benefit , to the Camden district, and he was ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 21 May 1896

\ \ ^ . ? SA1TBER & SO'NjS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT ' / V 'v UiiJer ti^e distingiasTaed patronage of His Majesty the^Cing'tof Italy^ aa per communication made by the Minister foi- Foreign Affairs, through the Con aril-General for^Italy at Melbourne, 14th March, 1878. Awarded lOiploma at ' the Amsterdam Ex» v hibition. Acknowledged by Medical Clinic3 / '' v omversit^B all over the Globe. There ajje 'iminWjions of Eucalypti Extract in the - . - mark^^jy:odtictsV-f simple distillation, forming crude redinous oils. In order that these crude oila may not be taken for our Pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract, which is recognised by the medioal division of the Prussian Government to be of perfcotly pure origin, as per information forwarded to ua through . the Consul at Melbourne, 2nd March, 1878, we take :? ~ It is proved by tests'made by the Medical dimes of the Universities it Bonn and Greifswald (Prussia), , and -eported by Dr. Shulz, Professor of Phar- : macology at Bonn, and Professor Dr...

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Camden Postal Information. ARRIVALS FROM: [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 21 May 1896

Camden Postal Information, Akkivais- fkom i Cawdor — at 11.45 a.m Brownlow Hill— 6 p.m, The Oaks— 6 p. m, Mount Hunter — 6- p. ex Burragorang— ® p.m Liverpool — 7^25 p,m, Mondays ta Fridays, - on Saturdays at 7.52 p.m. Narellan — 11,35 a. in daily aud 7.251 p.m from Mon days to Fridays, ou Saturdays at 7.52 p.m Campbelltown— ditto- ditto Granville— ditto- ditto Sydney — - ditto ditto- Mails close fop. * ' ' - ' ' Brownlow Hill— 11.45 a.m The Oiiks — 'll.45a.m- Burrai-orang — 11. 45 a.m Mount Hunter — liL45ai.m, Liverpool— 8.35 a.m daily Narellan — 8.35 a.m, and 2.20 p.m daily CampbelltowM— 8,S5- a.m, and 2. 20' p.m daily (Tratm'ille— 8-J¥5'a.m, and 2.20 p.m daily Syd'raey— 8. 3t- a.-in,- ami 5v5() p.m daily. Cawdor— Mondiiiyi- ,J Weduesday' audi 'Friday'-' at 1215 p.m.- ? ; ; T.P'.O.. South— 5.50 p'.m- daily. (Sunday's ' ex ? .efpted,) v . !'- Letter 8 posted in Camden before 8 30 a m,, ar delivered per 1 o'clock delivery in Sydney Sunday excepted) ; English' mail made up every Mond...

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Breveties. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 21 May 1896

Breveties. Mr. Sydney Smith, Minister for Agricul ture, Bays that it ap pears the rich soil, mild wiiiters, and good rainfall, such parts as the Richmond River district are destined to take a. foremost rank in the production of butter and cheese. In order that the North Coast districts may not be behind in dairying, etc, Mr. Smith has decided to establish a dairy in connection with the Goverjiment Farm near Lismore, where farmers and students will be able to observe the latest improve mants fn dairir oat. tin (iYl mftlrino' . flTld 44* + j ? ? ? ? the manufacture of butter, including Pasteurising,- which Mr. Smith believes is destined to play an important part in the mauufaoture of butter. Messrs Anderson and Co. 's catalogue for 1896 comprises a complete list of both new and old favourites in the flower or kitchen garden, the orchard, the bush or hot house, the plantation or the pasture. The cata logue is abundantly illustrated, and thb woodcutB are faithful to kinds. Among the nov...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 21 May 1896

E. SMALL. '(Late. UToakes -$nd Small) i. FAMILY BUTCHER., '.|.l Jutam .Si b asu, 'Ciudkk. 'The 'business which, has met with bo. much sue icess in rthe past, will for the future be solely con 'duc'ted :by E. 'Small, one of the proprietors of the ;!bu8iuess,:and lie trusts that by Iris experience and ; judgment, :and providing the best of every class o : y v : rnieat to gain increased support from -the residents of 'Camden and (Sistriot. Ill ^lAMDE.N Jj^OKDMENTAL ^'OEES A«gyle Street, Oamd«n. % m. cmmh ahd, \ V/'' -(L*N2 H. L. Davis) | MONUMENTAL AND GENERAL MASON 1 , Monuments in Marble, Granite, -or Freetsone. ? Over '200 different designs to select from. ' Dili's I Cast and Wrought Iron Tomb Railings. I TV, : T8 N A 21 'Eili E© F BEES TONS A :S (PE Oi AIX'SI ' E^°.01d Stones renovated and inscriptions cut I sin any 'Cemetery. ' — — — ? / ; ? R. H. INUL1S 'A VC TIOXEEK, ' ? ' . , ? ; ?' HOUSE, ?0AE32/B AND PBOBTOB SALESMAN, ' ' $faekly Sales held every Tuesday at CAMDEN ^ f , ' .an...

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Meeting of Dairymen in Camden. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 21 May 1896

, Heeting of Dairymen in Camden. \ A meeting of dairymen and others directly interested in the Milk Supply question was ' held on Saturday evening last at BLennessy's hotel. Although the attendance of the dairymen of the district was not numerous, v yet, the meeting was considered, a most representative one. Alderman H. Moore of Camden, was voted ito the chair. The Chairman in opening the meetings briefly stated the object, they were met to .take, into consideration the whole question ?of the milk business, which he considered ^was most unsatisfactory to the suppliers, , . other dairying districts were makipg strong \ ? , ' efforts to'form associations and he thought ^ V - . ~ 'Camden should not be behind hand. ' Associations were being formed all over the [ .country, there had recently been an associ ation formed at Bowral, and considering the milk business was their bread and butter, f ithafc the least they could dd was to be united in some manner and look into the question ' ' -o...

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Church of England. Whit Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 21 May 1896

EZLI&JOUS SEEVI CBS. Church of England. . ' ? Whit Sunday ' , -Gamden — at 11 a.m., Rev C. J. King (H.C.) N * .Camden-at 7 30 p.jpn, Bey C. J. King. Menfl-ngle— at 7-30 a.m, Capfc. A: J. O. Thompson ' WestbrooWat.3 p.m, Rev O. J. King Theresa Paris— at 7 p.m, Rev J . F. Russell Werombi — at $.30 p.m, .Rer J. F. Russell - On Monday -ind Tuesday in Whitsun-week the i Ante-Communion service will be held in S.c J ohn's v-' ? .at 9 a.m. - .. . - ?Wegleyan. ? ' (Camden —at II a.m, Mr. B. Procter Camden — at 7 p.m, -jRev R. Caldwell Cawdor— at 2.30 p.m, Rev R. Caldwell . 1 . - /Cawdor. — at 7 p.m., Mr. Gr. Smart GHenmore — -at 11 a.m, Mr. J. Bensley G-lenmore— ;at ,6.30 p.m, Mr. W. W. Smart. Westbrook— at 6.30 p.m, Mr. J. E. Moore _ Picton — at 3 p.m,' Mr. F. Whiteman ?i Campbelltown— fat 3 p.m, J^lr. B. Procter . ? ' : 'Henangle — at 11 aftri., Rev B- Caldwell . v Primitive. Roman Catholic .Camden— Mass at 11 a.m, Evening Devotiou ' 'at. 7. Oaks — Mass 9 at a.m. ! , Qox's River — ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 21 May 1896

, Bay ley's Miicalyptu^ 'a^^'Cjierry Pectoral, ; ? ;, The best remedy for Coughs, Colds, Influenza, Bronchitis, etc. Refuse imitations. ' ^ ^ ?;to be obtained from ? A. J. Bayley, Chemist, ^Qamden, and all storekeepers. ' J' t ? ?? ?!;. ? ' V . _ ? - ' (f ? -

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