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ALLEGED ROLL-STUFFING AT PRAHRAN. END OF THE CHAPTER. THE OFFICERS' COMMITTEE'S RECOMMENDATIONS. THAT NOTORIOUS WATER CART. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 11 May 1889
ALLEGED ROLL-STUFFING AT PRAHRAN. END OF TIE CHAPTER. TIlE OFFICEIIRS' COMMITTEE'S RECOMMENDATIONS. .TIIAT NOTORIOUS WATER CARIT. Tile oliccr' conmittee of thie I'rInta coouncil to whom the ocharges againtst tilhe oilicers, preferredl by Mr. E. J.. Dixon'o cecrctary, were refrred, repoltcd the ro oult of theliriovcstigotion to the council on Mooday ecvcing, as follows:- " Thlt lhe town clerk having cxplincdl to this coonittcee and Mr. Davi?s thle ap plication of the sections in tho Elcctontl Act relatlog to the cnrolotlent of. tlo·e qualified to vote at I'arliamaetary elcc tioes, whose namo were omitted from the mouncipal roll, your committec is of opinion that the~complaint miade by Mr. Dlavie~ ih this matter has ilot boc subltaotiatcd. "r That upon bHeig asned to detail tIle particulars of this complaint against "Mr. Dick, antd no evidence il support thereof being forthcoming, Mr. Davies abolutely withdrew the whole charge. SThat no evidlence whatever having been tendered to your ...
USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 15 May 1889
USEFUL HINTS. tuv your chreque-books with the staoups impresrsd. Never sign anything without loolking first to see if it be properly stnamped. Remenlber, the yirrt person who nxecutes any instrumnrt is responsible for aolixing nnd cancelling the stamp. Do iot forget that thie date, as well as thi initials or cignature, imut bh written on the stamp. l tve all your printed receipts stamped ready for use. Letters acknowledgiiig payment of any sum of £3 or over Iy draft or cheqoue must pay duty. i'cnaltio may be recovered summoarily before two justiccs, and the Slimoter may ollt a portion of tile amoalut to go to an iltormcer. Look carefully at your ideeds. One error may invalidate an important trmnaction. If sevrmal ionslidemlitions a ir eCxprSIed in one document, yon must pay on each separately. Do not let bills run too long : kcep them under £3.
STAMP DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 15 May 1889
STAMP DUTIES. A 1h. stalmp is sufllliett for all cheques, no matter wltt the tmoutt drawn may be; but in the case of bills of oexchange nd promissory ntotes, tile hlties are to be re?it. lated acconrding to the value ofl the docnu. mcent, as follows: Not cxcening A£25 ... ... Gd. Ex.dcnling £23,'tanl not bxced-' ing £50 ...... . is. Excceling £50, ald not exceeCCd ing £73 ... . . Gd. Exceeloting £73, and not exceed ing £100 ... ...... 2o cWhere it excccds £100 the fee wtill thent be calculatcld at the ronte of Is. for every £50 above that amount, or fmcetional part of £00.
AS WE GO TO PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 15 May 1889
AS WE GO TO.PRESS. Meanr. G. F. l'hoeonlna,and Jas. McIcDon ald McLean, building,contraector, have dlissolvcd ipartnership. An advcrtisemcut appears elsewhere to this effect. Saturdanny's rening St?ndard contained ih Leger Ersona's lectIure reetly dcliv. ercl bIeforo tile Australian IHealth Society. l'The lectere is very illnstruetivce. Mesrs. rillsdorf, IHardy & Co., of IIigh ntreet, East Ira'hmula, in anuotler column row the attention of builders andl otlhers to tile exccllene, ke.,of their mannuifacture if wtoi enamelled mantelpieces. Dr. Travern aunounccs in our alvertising colunamus tlhat he ins resumed practice. Dou't expect aon advertisement to bear fruit tin oe nighlt. A thing worth doing is worth doing well. A thing worth advertising is worth adtertising well. The entcrlpriitg advertisr aproves tlmt Ile llUdersta?nt how to buy, becauose ill ad ecrtising hl ktowta howe to sell. If you canll arouse curiosity by atn adver tiscmtetnt, it is a point goitted. Thie fair cr...
A JOVIAL OUTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 15 May 1889
A JOVIAL OUTING. A ot..o enjooahle picnic ca1e to a O ue ceo.ful iooue oe day lot week.. parto. collilg thbulkclveit to St:. l(hl Io - ch1iuo oi , ulor ~,pl bl ,y l r. i?.Z11t, E[ w'e~l.ll~ v ,lns faie,',of I,,ker',,?a-n , ,t M . Kili'la." '.i tmqt' @si? t! ,n!? t lpitn qtcl fo?lr Ill;tl Ileautlll 1ltive' ohk olyot ll(t grIlll llt[ recell nl 1. ,.Amplu jlltice hnvillg oloul tllOo dlnllnller. erval inl ho)-t Morrloss's ulal exolcllet style, a lllnWllat nlovel proposition as to who woullh Imialke tile tllot hlllllOn)ou slleech Ilittillg tlihe ocasioll, wsR carried ot. .\fter lnllle liule clocoutiol and witty reulark, tile priz?u fell to the lot if Mr. itillitcy, after which the ssul to:sts weref proceg?l witll. .1 viit to tile storaige ploce of tile wotor slupply of twic olutycei y ii I cc )thollt ot tI ,fottr lo, l, ttil dr'toc rolm oilg 11i11i ? tOl to to ooullly thoe rolllhlllI r of' th1 alfter no1. loel hlill? eel dicolll l ~of, cheers bling glbco for hot ll, orri- nllllo famlily....
ALLEGED LARCENY FROM THE PERSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 15 May 1889
ALLEGED LARCENY FROM THE PERSON. ---- 4--- .t the St. Killda Iolice cntrt on Tuaclity a yonig tman n:nIed Walter latttic wt brought up, chareld with larceny oft two ~uovrcigno froo the pcron of GCorgce IIocll. P'roccutr, a market tardnctr, residing at South BIrighton, diltuSeod to tlitoll llot tht e accused ill thle torllor hotuel, St. Kilda .unction, on thue cvciolg of the Itltl inst. W1hilst witnc-s pltaytl Yunkee grab with his unato ut isoner in ltedi the ilatter, a?ld, slbhequqntttlj y 'lcal lii it, C ut; t 'ttoti r li ti t. I " tnes left to lii, 'r oit( montIt Idis twatin, Iu prin.;or folh,?.[,'] clini. 'on 'am,. i i ing' himll to1 0111m downP, genten@~ll* ititli tutch hit luta.Ii out cuiiit.e Io witnII to tict hqil] f or ?l ayii q¶ll?ttliilg .it t i ]iii| wit tesu eitu l er ] it t t tched uor kltoclid otot of hiii laind. TIIem wuoru vsovoeut ltrUIUt·glttlitid I tt. II in the purse, nilltd nI the ·ovureinC olt roillitgtt ot o the r'le, ]r.olner ]ticked two of th.tttt ut t it de...
NEIGHBOURS' QUARRELS AT ST. KILDA. A WELL-KNOWN VIRAGO SEVERELY PUNISHED. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 15 May 1889
NEIGHBOURS' ,QUARRELS AT ST. KILDA. A. WIVEL-K.OWiV VIRIGO .EVt REI tItY An iatillerlble ptat in thie peron of Htaitllrih -i e la intinriioll woimila, rel ig ait 'nling-elrelt, Eq, SI. liihlaii, wril ispt wse l of tc tili , iee. lie. thli-t eyce ue 'tetlra y.p" 1' nec&lt; wa- cl\ar,4ed witl ic~ul - alti wPEnii Iy te ilne. r t"icek, ctItimt tl'itth ole-,ri .et. el .t e ll tilc . y . \lt , it et intis Io?ie. 1l~ub j Il~lll I~igllnll~a tcllcitt. ftt~it Il tlc ilnt a ' ti reFTaieIiiei at le-lllkinetii Ilo ll I . t Ill'ie.' eigllhor !i ltg Mi. l eyl il?i a iterirti I fc r te s'. 'iTilckr ltriteltI . t the ' ob-cntmll?il bE,?.lltil e-?" of I .n.i was ceyolnd etxpreliqi. lie ep?tl .t till lieree very morning she opened M?rs.? Trick dqor an Ien1t ial till-e ell? I of qu t I mntiuon ag lkive?geuei tliherll li 1tie el1c l I1igeitlei aieiirry kerseneii tie eeii ieg aiit ttilaitd utait it iiteln1ir eiatiiee~ feaaiaie. Witici c pligee tclng a ce tq(iedeiingtlee ar ial elleesll Ie?ri telu...
POLICE NEWS. PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, MAY 13th. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 15 May 1889
POLICE NEWS. SPUiAIHrAN COURT. MONDAY, MAY 1:Ith. Befor. 1r. 1rFethcrtirn;tm .d S.Lk.s. ,UUMArii , • ia.s. Michel, .I . Finhty, .I. ?ykcrs, .. 0. Horubllwll ', .I'r.P. I.N.?laTI.NG BISIAI~tort-- Williaml .1,oss, 0'.dWat..r ....w, for thi. offencer, werr rin.l.l 2OI r 7 iliy?, lInd 10 or 3 lla?y. rcspechrtvly. STEArtAtO CII~rr.-A. toy nam;eo.d.Ih McIheisUh, Tlt contnlilted ? o IIt intllrlllrlll ineit folr tnallage chl argdwith w y Orillo Jlrig tI |Ir.lllC..r of tir. g... .r.. OsourAt: LanAN,:A .-.h y...'oung m a .clth ., Jl'. Murmry wt tiwl.s !.t?oIr ...e. tay. im.pris.onment, for Miriig Otnoulting wvor.l. tlo0 rofor,,l t,,t.ke it out. I t,ta.tAIt IiiNrTETA.-.-Margatr.. lanir, T. t1 -A tltrrtI dCtoII tio.n of glull, o .tlo e t liOh.; onlwr for lretituti..on lh 3ll. ,ost. I)tlmT..-Goor rge IttlytI . Ch.IIClu. tUintt £110tt. Ad.; tordor with, Ao..ooots: .li0w .1cSel?e?t y v. ,melia ninttr.,t £12 " . atjournr.o fuor 2 o dl u?hI.
POPULARITY OF YOUNG MARRIED WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 15 May 1889
POPULARITY OF YOUNG 'MARRIED WOMEN. --t An American. paper gives seven reasonlls why the young marlieC d women will "carry everything before them " deiritig the winter s eason. Here they are :-First: The young married women are more beautiful than tile girls, because by a simple law of naturo the best-looking maidens are in the hest demand for wives. Second: The young married women are better dressed than the girls, because they have tile infinite resources of trous seau to draw from. Third: The young married women are more inde pendent than the girls, because they ihve no chiperon to watch them, and their hnsbandls rather like to sit and smoke while they dance the german. Fourth: Young married womten are more interesting than the girls, be cause they have taken a step whichi every fellow contemplates, and can give one point. Fifth: Young mar ried women are better fun than tie girls, because they can be spooned without entanglement. Sixtht: Young married women are better social in. ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 15 May 1889
TeE eleroe ratepaycrs who were fined at the l?rahran police court on the lth inst., for allowing their premises to be in an insanitary condition, were, and are, one and all deeply distressed at tile indignity thcy have been subjected to. Five of them, namely, Messrs. A. 3I. Rloss, G. If. GOSHcgLL, J.. P. LISD, and Zcesdames A. Dow'u.ta, ce al A..L BIGIe , signed a letter addressed to the editor of this journal, which we pulb lished in our last issue. Therein they expressed dissatisfaction at the action taken by the city ilanspector, Mlr. I1. ]lrtFl, aud they complained that it was unfair that thay hould lhave been pro ceeded ngainst witlhout wasnisg by poster or by advertisement. This com plaint lhas a great deal more in it thanc perhal i, !,ursory render might award it. It is all very well t. Sey that pre mises shoulld ie kept alynys cleale, a.i that if ithey are not so the owneer or occupier must bear thie consequencese. Tha?e 'rc. ?wo classes of dirty premiss.. Firsel, Htince i; ...
PRAHRAN HOME AND COFFEE HOUSE CO., LTD. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 15 May 1889
het,!o u~al:". ~ 1 lll;t thle t'r irrau Clurc e [circe [ri ril)cyeriurg tact.~ I're. cruet-Mr.e (I rlIUIIIB. hi ce c art), iteec.il LIII Ild Irurt-,- r O~it eeIutu Iirejuhte.ljl(C ut he retllvll uIrrut rut IIIll ~II~l hut hrcCur-ururuu iuuriuihclf irelll l reeaulsnt tn ~r l ~lrut~ run rcurll l I.ul etrrrrrrerkrhrx- 1111 rhrhrrgI)II~ thel itiil ell ~\ir* ir:ll,.lrr there rniehrr tire r et rfirr ctrrrrrrIrrhI.II recurll~l~ rentl herl tille tine- i ireeeerrrhlstrh Irrnueieaie hulylaharree-niururt rnll their lplr' l 1rrluablr1 nuf rahrieIruc~c ~irurrerre tnt nrc cc hrhrrrtrhtenr Ihntllirtg hlllrtl'~ l e intai~~lcirri. tIthe eruri, (Ilre 'ru clan!tntci titcure iu'e e cccvi.i utIrihni rrleah'rtiiairi~Pcc rthlll'errea)~c,lll~ Ijrerecthrorc ~ll;l~ell nurruir trite hal eri·ch rl trithathr * Ithnire iti tl DuEThe. Col?serirlit ion thie ellit ujior if time, o 9f tl(d ?, 4. pl of Ii( I tchtqt vir.'. R elt,. n:??.Ir lleatqx 11111 IlryemyN, wele retiring, int rwere etigitlne ruit ,illieg tt curve...
SELECTED POETRY. AT EVENTIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 15 May 1889
. SELECTED POETRY. -4-5 AT EVENTIDE. I am too tired to sew: apon my lap, \VWeary and spent my idle fingers lie ; Tho needle is too heavy for my hand, I fold the tiny dress and putit by. The little maid, so weary of her play, Maust wear her faded frockanother day. IIHere, close beside me, lies my dainty Iohk, Vith.-quaint, bright, faniees 'mid its floidig rhyme * Waiting through all thie ftll and buesy hoorar For one short space of free nntrmmelled time. I touch its covers with a teoder Iand MIy brain is dull; I crnnot understand. I am too tired to pray, O pitying Lord 1 I only knowr thie day's hmdr tasks are done. t ,biig:m y rn mrldns--Thou carst count, them o'er: I lay them down before Thee, every one; I only long for sleep to still my pain, And strength to take my bunlcns up again.
PARS PITHILY PUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 15 May 1889
PARS PITHILY PUT. l'illcy v. Pilley.,. "Silillts" defeated. The Mauriee precltut. Soints where are yev lIntormnous attendance. St. Kihla v. North 3Melbotnre. The N'ortl M.celbolurne very rough. ever qo iud "u:?ilts." better luck next tispe. )la?tri fitballers are clh:trmed with St. rTO i.(i nusanl soulswiJfluese t€ 1 he Siaillts' lcfcat. 'tle Pilley v li'i!ltey btysitts in Iruto ultnel readhlg. Chble v. Ilottc, with eleelPic ars in the itolrieo itgaillt visit the geutltl ont the cttht June. Au antiquated struclure--l'rhmt rail way statiply.. The tram comopan:ty rm?~et a ha:. rvest- ll ert?\q lte A frjelt4 e. ccrybdly is genemtlly a "riend to tuoet!v. Sir 1letry t tand , loly 'Jciu ditted \vetlt the iteet Oll Saturday. The Malvern Sthire-hle l is to be beautlitiecd with tile palint brush. 31aories at match, St. Kihhl v. ?orth Mehlbourneu, qI Satunlay. Unrlnht who watt' seyeeely ttlrt nt Sattllrda?', glt ryigllt agajn, lie was tool; le's tratedl cult ; hte's got his grucl-twho is this...
LOCAL INVESTMENT COMPANIES. MASONIC HALL COMPANY LIMITED, PRAHRAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 15 May 1889
SLOCAL, INVESTMENT COM PANIES. MASONIC HALLT COMPANY LIMITEID, 'PIIAHIIRAN. ' ThIt eirlt olnillnary general IllCetillg of .hlarlhtltleon of the btlvte conlnllnlly, w hchl at Pot'eter Post Ollice hotel, Chapel etreet, PlrahnUr, ? Friny evecllillg l*t. Mr. Tlhlus. Kilpatrick, echiirmanl of llrectorst, prehlcd, otull there nwere alut a dozen hareholdlero presenlt. IIltPOl'T AND BALANCE HIerET. The report etated that the direct~or hadul aplpoinlted Mr. (mcorne M'Mullin ns archlit cet, anlll tal inistructel h him to lreloare planls. On tclller beillg receivell it wa foln thallt tile price anked for the work ose hlglher leln expecteol, aold owing to the ohareo nto havlig meen takhe up o freely ns thoirel, antl the trintrgecllcy of thle loney imnrknet, thle lirccloro 1d11 net coIillder it neceoroary to accept ny tenlder; blut In tllh toter of thle ndljoning lill protccedhin IlhiI, llcty had had tlhe follldatiol lill 1ut in to eve exloenle ill the future. The taallce ollelet showed thati. 2...
MUNICIPAL MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 15 May 1889
?1?UNICIP'.\TL M E.S. The unfortutntte ,iaitl..t...et aof the Town-hall clock has caon-ed a great del of autoenoaeo to onr worthe citloere. To rmooety tho ocilt, Sy? tlaychcrr?, jnot ncer the Town-hall, wil cerlcl.l?te then by .clltog at on tmrsaclh" tow iorieet, lest 'l Mcikatn ktloks enflU , lel. , gtc rn c.ull Note the Nambcr--tiU.
BURGLARY AT EAST ST. KILDA. THE OFFENDER COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 15 May 1889
BURGLARY AT EAST ST, KILDA. THE OtFFItENDEIt COIMITTED FOR TiIIAL. Considerable Interest was attached to case of burglary investigated in tihe St. Kilda'police-court ii Fyiday, in rwhich a m'iddleaged hln ilatoatdil Clharles lenrdy, w rieccused of breaking into the dwelling of thle Ie. (:Carlco Strong on the night of the '2td of March, anld stealing there frOtiwigl te gdldother yaluhbles, v:lue1d at ilt0. " he eritlde e cecett 0 hotew hoat the lriso tr, oa ti datty folltowiog the burglary sold soie deo-erl upoasu , which have been identitied by Mrs. Strong as iher property, to a Mrs. Debar, carrying on a second Ihand clothier'a busiesso itn Clarelontatreet, Soth Melbourner. Prisoner rented ai roolm froam M?r. DIebar, atttd rome daynafterrwards, hie took the spoons out of Mrs. D)ebar'a window anod coml.eced Illieg off tile letter " S" cllgravet ipon tIhem. s a careon for thti he explained that they wouid not ';gi with a letter itlon tlhem. ThIe spoons were atterwairda soeeron by the ...
ST. MATTHEW'S ATHLETIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 15 May 1889
ST. MATTHEW'S ATHLETIC CLUB. ------·-4,- .. OnTuceldayevenreli. th ist.,i t go. nm ber of Irtimmre it tie l?ltlve clhtbaellell at tiue ichoorflnct in Hllgh-ftreeto for tire itrpone of unhering int tile len athiletic sea ln. AmoIngst thie gcllfts Iprel t were tire Rev. fIt. 1itiileton (UiiInItit lrangleye genial lieotectnlt). Mr. J. ii. Crews, Mr. F. lItetallick, J. Ii. Heath (from Mt. Eri'a), alld tlhe rwholet?ain of tile Montlllt rica Wesley cricket dlib, whv to a milt tre anlellt frilrtsn of St. Matthew's chlb. The iobjudt of tile clb is to provide recreation nllll ntlmentt for thie yonllllg etll of tile c ilOol during tile wiiter ?c:-oe. aid tIIe whole Illnllacelent ir very clliciently tn tirrted by thteir cricket .kiipper, Mr. Wt r. Davies. m.olllOlcget thie I)astilmet are Ittnu hereal blxls, Ikittles. qlaoits; Flotling, bakatelle rill hox)illg, anilt ;s ,?oon at tihe ileces 41r rulellul c Ill ohtillel, all tile exercisei, ,f ;1 ,lily iltutre ilerlaillhrig to athletCis will I~te...
OUR YOUNG FOLKS. THE EDITOR'S PUZZLE BOX. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 15 May 1889
OUR YOUNG FOLKS. TllE EDITOlR'S IUZZhIE BOX. • ----4--- Oulli • to et otl ly e counflehld. of your milnd, but the llewsuro grottnds otnoo-- |ly . l'utztEs nlqm*'tr in tlhturthy's alltiont ulld the nswcars 1in Wedirlnesday. A Pnltlz--tt ldy's I adntlg, vmhedat Jn Ills.- ?.ill Im given to t o gKirl whe aondr thoge etatos fi ,or o! correct nhtmwr3 rom 3 th Jnlntary to -lr JA'o,.' Itn nothtr--I writing bleak, vnlueyl at 81 Is.--to the loy who sa Ilelts thegretest numnlar of atmwrura from'Stih Jannttr to ?0th June. The ?.Ilaos* will to pul shet?l nntl eomlatitors Rro reqttCstM to keeP t Ilst Ps · ChIeck DgBLLmt ,rrors oil our Iptrt. Atlswera altit recn~h thoa Eitor IIy 0 i.a. on Wvo; nl?. I o~ltnl it ......alla~ ?io,,.'"ll'il new gtlules will ki ldl y t aeh t le nnswers I is .ol Ilecespnry for oaaadtlna rttl to ]m oripltut|, al hloughl we prefer thlell so.
ST. KILDA TRY EXCELSIOR CLASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 15 May 1889
ST. KIIDA TIIY IEXCIL.SIOt CLASS. At the waecklsy mcatiga, of Iteo in the .1. U.' tftil, Ilnrfd)e-stree; thte dorstsa Il~stitllte Illlal of 24 IerlfrllrltM goo' sosle tilllas of asIic tihat were greatly pjllrciutcd sy thse oslisIaiCre, onul ma1y pleopic weire otltractel ill. Thle htll lolokdC very bright with so umauy scarlet colats Iolsilg labout, as tlhea ware all lretssal in l shll uuifortms thart are ~iadmre 19 all \;: w nlqunrstandl such thintgs.? 3r. Irtarber aleiircl to ackiowledrgaet a dlonationh th the fuidas of the clhaosos £I from ut r. J trriLks, an. :siI thet llta i the yo rc intly reec!vred from the St Kitla court had beel proidled for, anld thiey make treh bo, 4ch from two dlifflerctll fanmiliesr, til?lat hovq givrgl a great deal qf trrllslile tq tile ileigtauqurllool ia waiscih iti.y lives,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 15 May 1889
KEATING'S COUGHII LOZENGES Cure Coughs, Asthma, Bronchilti. Medical testimony statesc that no other me le i so effoectual ill the cure of tllhose dngerouo moaldies. One lozenge alone gives case, one or two at bedtimne enosures rest. For relieving lifliculty of breathilg they are invaluable. The, contnil no o pito nor ony violent drog." Solhl by nil Cheeoists, ill Tins, Is. led., nod . e2s. C.CAch.--[ADrT.] IHARD TO PLEt\I.e- Il.ndignalt PI'eti cian--" Mnll, what lave o you ione! You sent my patient tile wrong rscriti end itleilled eim i" Dnlegieot (o colt Illit, nccustomted to absCe)-" VIhell, wlet meee dcr madder mit yoll Last week ICend yoor oder petient Iter right berecrittiou, nnd dot killed him. Iowccll seteoctocey blcase Fooeh a man 'o Stoenchhorses,titnc healthy poulty,ca tite, pige, Iegs, pigeons, and lomestic animal gener..tly, ant eggs anl tile year rouneti? tile ilarinble result ot f tjueicios r , o cef Norris' Condlition Spice, twhich is solt in tint oele Iby tll chtcnis...