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SHELLHARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 3 September 1887

SHELLEARBOUJ, (PRon 01ou11 OWN CORIunISPONIiwEI .) A NAt1Iow osCepo fromn a fatal Iuggy accideOii occur'i'id hierco n Miimidny last. It atppears thiat Captallin Graingior was th'ivitg onver to Kilmi for thu purposeu of taking a old iimaa. 70 yeare of agne to the hospital. When Clearing Duonmro thi froit axlu broko short ioff, lotting the front of the buggy down. Thu horse iomumediately took fright and galloped along the roadi at a fearful imcu. Thie cuptain, hIwiver, stuck to ]hilm, Iand lot him pulluid up i ftor a must xcit lng rido in a thrloo.whoolod buggy for ovor 300 yards. Holp) was ihnodiahtoly .it hand, and the party woro oextricated friim their purilouIs posi tion, Hadl thIe homru sutartul Iicki ug hoa mut have kiilled both theo c upants, ois if vlwhmn was very inliin. The horse. was cnisidorably out about the log, but thie buggy was (other tlmnh the axlo) uninljurodl, lBotl horse and huggy wore theo property of fIoers. Alloe lruon, Tiheo dr'iftVway extonding frn' tho wharf...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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KIAMA M. I. SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 3 September 1887

EIAM~A M. I. 800I1TY. 'lmi? wookly nmootilng of the nbovo Sooloty wns hold in thllu 0. E, Schoolrooml o'n unoutdy ovoll iiii lint, Aftor thle nounl prolinhilnrics hald boon pinnod tliroighl, nl lotlors rondl from th oJnntboroo ntld Biroughton Uroolk Dobating Snolotion re olnllotgo dlohates, thu hitihlnoen of the ovolllg, which took thue oahrnoto of a " i nook aoluion," woo procuondi with. 'two oundidatos wore in thu field, vin,, Monsrs. W. Ritchlo nod S. Major. Thoo weoro propoHnd nod oecondod Iby Mouro, ., CoIIonh nod A, J. Talbot, nlid G, Groy nlld - Kendall rospoolivoly, Wlthoult ny doiny the Roturling Offioor cnlld upon Mr. lMajor to givo the ntlianou an oxposition of his views onl politionl quontioln,. Mr, Mnjor hogan by roforring to tihe qunoationl of odeatutio, whliolh he woul hInve ooutlnar nlld cotompulory, bht not f'roo. Il ivwn favouranblo to proporty nod incomo tnxoe, Roforring to the mraltor of Inlionr, hIlo uxpr1osd hli tthoroughl opposition to td clllolinl1, nllod wna...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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KIAMA BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 3 September 1887

KIAMA BOROUGH COUNCIL. T',cc usal fortnighltly mooting of the Council took place oil Thursday. A quorumI was not formed till more tlhin half-past eleven, when there were present tihe Mayor, nd AldermeOc Siomonso, Craig, Cole, Love, and Kiug. Alder ma SomUrvillo errived bshortly after. The minlutcs having being conilunced the cor respondence was read ae follows..-Outwards 1. To Mr. Marshall drawincg his atteutiou to his lotter of May 21, w]ich stated thlat i hise opinion the Council was at liberty to lease tle tramwavy, and stating that it had boon accord ingly dolormiiued to do so. In oendceavouring, howovecr, to draw up a statoment of the conli tions uinder which this ws i t o b done, the Council had met with tochniccl dilliculties whlichl it was niocessary tc have professionai l nasistanco in order to dispose of. Icc pIrticular thore ap peared to bo a danger of crlccting ca monopolly of the advantages of the tramciway in fsvour of tih loaseo, which would seom to be in coitravcunti...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 3 September 1887

GUILTY Ok' WRONG. Somno poplo hanvo a fashion of oonfuin~g oxoollont roclndios with (ho largo munss of " ptItOnt nodlioias,"i't nd in tIllb thoy nro gluilty of a wrong, theoro oro orno andvortisod rono dlic fully worth all tllhat i naelrod for tlholn, and o01 lot OIIH \wO kllO\V of: Dr. Sonlo'o Allorionll HIop llttlor,: Tho\rltar has Ihadl ocntclonl ti neo theo Itltors lin ]ust 0h1 a clhalllte o e wo havo most of tho your in Iay Oity, nndll has always found thoin to o b irat.olass and ro Ialo, doig aln)l that is olaimuod for thorn,. " Trlbuno" O ]IOIIO~l\o'R PIThs.,-TI)o ohongos of tolllpor aturo and wonllour freaocontly iupset porsons owh o lnro most cnatlml1s ol' thoir honltc, and icant, prtlioular In thlulr diot, Thonso oorrootivu, lurirfylng, and gontlo laporiont, Pillls nr thu bast rOIllOtd9 icr all dfootlvo notiooll of tihe digon tivo orgalln I thoy nUlimuoit thio npptlito, truollgthon ltho tollnolnh, corroot IhilOlunuscs, anitd crry o~f rll that lo noxboI to tho cytell, Hloll...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 3 September 1887

LOCAL AND DISTRIOT NEWS. Ma, ,T, J r, VITunaumsN, of Mons Valo, intonds giving an ddloss ill tho Bowral School of Arts, thu prrocoeds ho bo duvotud to thu .Borurima dls trict Cotnu -l-Hspital, T!ls C, 0 nsd ], I, S, N, Onllplnys' strnlor Pllatypus has beoo purchasud by Mlr, (, L, F?ullor, of Dumaoro, Shillharboulr, for .£2000, Tho Piltypuo's futuro olj'rations will bu in thu st.muo.ca'rryiug tradu. T'In Burawoan! Hlerahlr of Wednesday lat prilnla thu following, which will aftird thI poollu of Kinna a good illustl'rathn of tho xlcdtliluny of going fl'llrom holll to lolurnll Hson thing of your own businuns :-" It is currountly rlort'lud Ithat thl Iuopla of Klaa Intuend bay. cotti ng tho rinilway, and that on organisation iAs hoos foumed, thu mnmborbs of which ao' bound, under a ponllty of .11.0, not to avoil tlhumnsulvoua thumsulvu f thu colnfortls rftlrded hy tu tra in, The r?,son for th.?is prcuioding is that tho railway has not bouon conostruutod, into thu townh" Ton Rohorison Dobn...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 3 September 1887

IN the report of tho procoudings of most Municipal Councils thoro has appeared some mention of a project, which seems to have boon sot on foot by thle Oamperdown Coun oil, for forming a very strong deputation to wait on the Colonial Secretary and ropro sent to him tio necessity of granting to thi municipalitioe a " further sum" of fivo shil. lings in the pound over and ablove the f(ive shillings already granted, making a total of fifty per cent, froom thoo onsolidated revenuie on nil funds locally raised for those objects with which municipal- orporations have to deal, The ol1ject assuredly was an import ant ono; bult the requost was so niocloratO tlhat for tih purposf of urging it upon a ministor known to be well inclined towards the institution of looal govornment, a muoh loss formidable embassagh than that contoma plated in the Campirdown solheme might have been thoughllt suflciot, I-Howover, tli proposed legation was formed ; and on AMon day last had an audienao of the Knight Co...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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KIAMA COTTAGE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 3 September 1887

KIAMA COTTAGE HOSPI'TAL. A OiENiiiAL colnmilfto inootilngl in conilecljio willh thl adbovo \a\ held at tnl Conrcil Chamber on Tiuesday evaning Inast, August 30. Present : G. I. Sfflion, (president) in tlhe chaiir, with M1. N. HindinnrHi, D. F'ilayson, vice-preoidlolts, G. Iullion, A. Onrtis, T. IOIney, J. Simmnons, J. F. Tyter, Jas. Bomnorvill, H., Whlitinglhnmn (Treasuror) J .\Vestou, lav,. J. Wilson, Dr. Torroy, andl J. Holbrook, (eocro tary.) After thlo reading and confirmation of the minutes of the previous mooting, tliu following copis of outward corrospoindIneu wUre read; namely: To Rav. G. R. Glaeson and J. Bar ron informing themon of the visiting oominitteo for July. To Dr. Tarrant and A. Cutnoron, M.P., Ihanking thln for applying for special grant for Hospital firnitiure a nd otlier appli aneos. To J, T. Cole donoribing his collecting district. To J. Vnndorliorg onknowlodginlg re. coipt of £1 2s 6d collected by him. To JaiueO Morgan oncloingf anccount for part lanintOenanl ...

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KIAMA POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, AUG. 31. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 3 September 1887

SAMbA POrIGE COURT. WiNIwoSDAy, AUn. 1. D)ENNIH M'OAIt'uY, of the Kangaroo Valley, ws cOlnrged with drntlkOunless ald disorderly condlLct at Jnmlhroo on the 80th. le pleaded guilty, and wee fined "0s, with the alternative of 24 hours in the lock-tip. Charged with usilg uhsceno langengo oil the antmo Oneoaion, he lik C. wise admitted the offetUIce, and wae fitled 40e or 14 daye in WVollongong ganol. TitutsatAY, P . 1. Jnanmes Pollanrd, who had been takoen chlnrge of hy the police on snspicion of ?hingt of ?funsound tiiid, wans broneghL up beforo thle Court, 1 ut a? the syp ltoinea of nherrtation eeomn to have die nppearod, ho wns dischargoed.

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PEACE AND WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 7 September 1887

PAOfl AND WAR. W p, liii n ?lUUiclh doul~.urud by Sir Wil frdl iLawsHOI ; at a ItceltI met lting of thlu In. trltulrnn tioni ]eran(o jAt.ouh'l ti.on in Iaondrnn, Si' \Vilfl'rod in kniowrn nnwi Inllnouri'tl , aintd is vruy o'njuItInIa' IninIOiIg olUtitinnilninLiniH Of Ltiu Into ilig nny Tlnin; nbut hin liigh, ithol.th' ilinipnit fur utuchi in ouluion:-n Sir Wilfrid Lawson said they required all tho help they could get in the cause they were advocating, for tihe reason that they desired to have the 'opinioa of the civilized world with them. At tile present [stage of affairs in the political world, everyone was very anxious to make out that tile civilized world was on Ihis side, but tile civilized world, it appeared, was not on their side. Of what did the civized world consist? It consisted of what were called tile leisured classes-the classes with plenty of money and little to do--which lhe called the danger ous classes. (Laughter.) They were against the association. Then the educated...

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EMIN PASHA. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 7 September 1887

EMI? PASHA, (WlE reprint from the "London Times" t;he following portions of a letter from Emin Pashan, the lasS remaining of the lieutenants of General Gordon in the interior of Africa, and for whose relief the explorer Stanley, watcheld by all the civilised world, is now on his way through the "dark continint." Emin Pasha is by birth a German, and his European appollation is Dr. Schnitzler. It is gratifying to loyal British subljects to observe that in the opinion of such a man the best thing that can happen to the unoivilised regions of Africa is annexation by B3ritain): "In tho Lirst place, believe me that I am in no hurry to break away from hero or to leave theose countries, in whichl I have now laboured for 10 years. It has been long clear to me that in Europe they havo not dletermined to give back North Africa into the hands of the slaveoraiders, and I re joice in the name of civilization and human ity that at last they have made a beginning to push into the country from the e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 7 September 1887

HOW PILLS AR~ 1IADE. 'Jim Cis[toim of tolkini owedlicin ill thle forml of ills dateso fnr Iock ili history, 'Th'lu objuctl in 1to noiible iIn to swallow caily in a coituimouI form dinswroinlulo cndl nilisauon, Ihot very ieaul'lll, ilrllugH., To whalt vost (dliIHOtiOlul pill-lnkiig Iha 1own lllinllny' o iliilnginio( whlii wo cy thatll in Egl nul ldclone ann ollt 2,1000,000,000 (two tlhollnolll .m1illion) pills are colOiiineil overy yurr. In oUrly tlliyi pills wore i anio slowly by lIilel, nc the deliinotd wo? coonlllstivoly, sll.lll, Toty.lthluy l1ro prlodulcld with illliiitoll, nruutui' rapitilt . y ll clhiuis oesleotinlly colltrivoll for the pulrpono. alnl with grl'untor accurlncy, too, iln tlie propol iolnsl of tho variouis ilgRedoliUnts om ploycil. No forlll of nlodlicnltioll cnll o Iotter than n pill, provilmd oily it in iotellinonotly pieparil lullt right hero occures tie lititulllty. noy asl it Il1)ly eiim i o t i ie iii li 0 ill, or 0 iillio iif thii, tllheoo lo Irellly ory f...

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CRACK REGIMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 7 September 1887

(Tun military oorrospondont of tho "London Times," in doaling ith tho subjoct of the Jubiloo review, Ihas tho following notioo of somio of the regiments whioh flgurol thore,) Next cameo M?njor.Gon?ral 1, B3uohaiann, comln)ndinlg theo 3rd Division, witth his stall inl front, and th?n Oolonul O. E, Hop), com. manding, tI th i3rignadlo. His loandlug regiment wau th 2undl Battalion King's Own Scottish Borderers-formorly the 2Pth-onn of t;he regimnonts which fought so gallantuly nt I?lindoln, Whie) thu authoilities ondon. ,onured the othur day to wipe out of osxist. (nooC thu aIllPmrolu igllla)lhnd)r wilth their glorious hisatory, by oo)lolting tllhm with tho 3r(l B11atlllOa Soots CU·l nrls,, tlo.ro was muclIh indlignatloi n aliko il the rogti o1t and nllongl Scotch ltll0 genrallrly. The ollders irunlllll?reu d thllt )harly 100 yars ago, ,while thu i)uko o(f Yoe? , nllunttllll d to it.s thlln loIln))l (0tuIIIII(Ini) Ihalt lhv(ru woa1 InI) 1I11((I. mients, the stout old Highlandcr represe...

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KIAMA POLICE COURT. SEPTEMBER 3. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 7 September 1887

3IABMA POLIOi OOU1BT, SEPTJIIIEMBER 3, Bioarorr IL Ooonnoll, Esq,, PM. Willimn Leno was brought up under ar rest on the information of his wife Susan nah for unlawful assault. Oomplainant said she had been married to prisonor 115 years and hadl four children living. On1 Thursday last prisonr aslked their boy for a knifo, and she said ihe should not have it. Without further provocation her husband, who had an uncontrollablle temper, struck her with his open hand on thu faco and afterwards with his list on tih nose, and knooked lher down', threw out the moat, and smashed tIheo crockery. She ran out of thie house (at tbo railway camnp) for protection. Prisoner jrumpel over the fence and followed her, using lilthy language to her, ' Sanil telling helr not to come bacok, as he did not want her, and would not Imvo her, and such as she wore better dlead, Hlis con duct was slame'ful, and ihe had beern in the Ihabit of eating lher over sinuo their miar riago. Sitl had caused a warirant to io...

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"OAKLEAF," NO. 282, I.O.G.T. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 7 September 1887

" OAELAF ," NO, .282, OI.?,T. TnP, mombors of thIo ahbovo lodgo, neelated by a faw fruloda, gavO ano a of tlior froo ontortnin. inonts at tlho Woloyan Bohmoolroom on Friday oveing lanest, when a fair prol.gramn of sotngs, &o, ,P prodtuced, 'lhese maonotiagst wo ntldor tanld, are organised for tho purpono if poselblo, of bringing moro promintontiy baforo tite pablil thie oxistonco of a lodge of the abovo olmarototr, nltl addiog to its tnonhoraship; atd thie way ill whichi tho poriodintl opoan mnootings of thli so cloty are nattoendd?, gi?vno adoquanto proof tllnhat thoy are npprooniatd by thoso outside thi Order, Tihe rlooting on Friday slight was no oxoptlion to thio gonoral rule, for a oompany moro tlanr enioiont to fill tihe placo of moontilg, was as* aoinblod at tim hour of opening, Tho WO..T oculplod (ho ohainlr, and toe prouoodillge om tnoncod by tho alnging of iy nm No. 87 it San Ioey'a oolltiolo, aftar whioh tiho followig pllacos waoro given in tihe ordor namod --Mies...

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KIAMA AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. COMMITTEE MEETING. SEPTEMBER 2. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 7 September 1887

XIAMA AGRICULTURAL ASSOCI ATION?. COMMITTEE MEETING. ScPrPI.MER 2. PnRsENsT-- Messrs. D. L. Dymock (president), A. Curtis, J. Love, JTas. Sharpe, O. W. Craig, J. T. Cole, M. N. Hindmsarsh, G. Somervillo, Dr.4Terrey, Jas. Somervillo (sece.) A letter was received from Msesar. F. Allor ding Vand Sons remlinding conmmittee that no ordere aid been receivercd for over two years for irizo medals or trophies, and that, if favoured with as order they would give a special prize for nextslshow. Mrs. T. I., Cordery, on behalf of herself and Mesdames Waldron, Major, and Sefton, re sponding'to the invitation of the cosnuittee, notilied that they lied revised tile needlework sections of the prize list, sand that Mrs. Major would give a special :prize of 10s for darning done by child under 10 years attending any public or private school. A prizefof one guinea was strongly recommended for best collection of kuitting. In reference to class 1, c?ction 18, collectioo of Islai noeedlework, all hlind wor...

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WOLLONGONG QUARTER SESSIONS. THE KIAMA STABBING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 7 September 1887

WOLLONGONG 1UABTER SESSIONS. [FROI OUR SPECIAL COnRREBPONDENT.] THEi KIAMIA BTASlIINGO OASE. AT tile Quarter Sessions held at Wollongong on Friday last, his Honor Judge M'Farlanld pre siding, the prisoner Georgo Britton, committed from the Kiama bench, was indicted with hav Ing on 2nd July last at Kiama caused grievous bodily harm to Constable William Miller while in the execution of his duty. A second countl in the indictment charged prisoner with resist fng his lawful apprehension; and a third with Iaillng wounlded Constable MIiller witlh intent to inllict grievous bodily harm. Prisoner pleaded not guilty, and was defended by Mr. C. Russell, who was instructed at the last moment. The Crowns prosecutor was Mr. Fitzhardinge. Constables Miller and Banks detailed the circumstances connected with prisoner's arrest. Senior-sergeant Healey, who was closely ques tioned, said he did not actually see the knifo in prisonier's hand, but saw him throw it down, and hlie (witness) picked it up. ...

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JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 7 September 1887

JAMBER00. To say anyvthing now nabout tihe Gond TeOlnplrs' tea tnoltinig nld coollcert, which canine off at length ]et Friday evenling, after having boon positpned first from thu Monday and then fron the Vednedalny in (he anme week, may seem almoast lirke an episodo in ancient history as the phraaso goes now, novartheloes a tale nead not be loft untold on that naccoulnt, if in itself it is wortlb tolling; for ancienllt h:istory is as instruc tive and interesting as nodorn--ovon the mrosl modern. I have, howovoer, very little to say nabolut thile affair in quostion. T'he Toemnplar nhad thile adlvantage of n splendil full mioon--tlhe finest in the country--alnd the gatlherinllg, as [ hear, colnlprisled abont a hlndred and twenty porsonrs, for wlom neighbour l rahlla?mn hadl pro vildedl a snperabl;ndance of the boaest qluality of rofralnohents. At tile oonilng onlltortainmenllt, rowaner, it was foundl, as miglht be expOectted, thalnt solae of those who had undertlaken to givo their aso...

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THE BRITISH ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 7 September 1887

THE 31ITISH ARMY, Tin following is part of the evidenco given before the Special Committeco on the Army and Navy Estimates presided over by Lord Randolph Churchill: STile Special Committee of tile HIouse of Commons on tho Army and Navy Estimates resumed its sitting on Friday at Westmins" ter, under the presidency of Lord RIandolph Churchill. General Braokenbury, the head of the In telligence Departlsent, was examined, and said the system he now pursued in the de. partment was to get the very best nmen. A knowledgo of languages was essential. Tihe duties of the officers of the department wore to obtain information with regard to the armaments and armies of foreign nations. They had to keep tlhemseolves acquainted witli everything connected with the geogra. phy and communications' of foreign armies; tliey were intrusted with the preparation of information as to the mobilization of troops i they had also the library and map books to keep. They were further charged with the preparation ...

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ALBION PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 7 September 1887

ALDIONT PAIK. 'l'iii moon postp(oud from WVodnosday aamo off oil Fridy lnst with a good altoandnno a{nd muoh joynu mont, tie, ho wlathlor having booomno oxtroualy luoa?,nllt, thlough thu runllning ground ahtueally rOInuinOd aflfUtOd by th" previouI raina, and tho pao gouomrally wase loa raplid tlhlnm If thoro had boumi a wook or two of Inlo weathr, Nuovortholosa, overy ovunt waa woll .omutatoed, anld tl mooutinlg on, the wholo apl poaruod to bu gonorally rogardodl as a highly untllfnotory 0no, It npponrud to h. a pruvaling imIIl'Orssio among tho o n tho o t round that i?t was thlmo for thoso who conduot tho businoss of tho club to think Iabout th ourotion of por tnlolnt buildiags for tho nacotnmondatlon of ofilooursl and visitors, such as a granld stantd, judgs stand, &o, 'Thlo following partioulaulrs rulroeolsnt the rosallta of tho sovoral aovlnts:- TianIt, SBrA?s, of 90 sovy,, for all horaos thatl havo not won a advurtlaoid rlizu at thno of ontnllllnoo, oxoooding 10 ova, W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 7 September 1887

LoTrS OF PEOPLIC get bilious, Ihave onavy head aches, mouth foul, yellow eyes, &o., all rithe direct result of impure Ibloodl which can he thloroaighly cleansed, renrowsled, and onricheld with Dr, Bolsa (Kidney and Livor) Billers. It aets at the sanmo time on tihe kidneys, liver, anld bowels, and has more real virtue in a bottle than can bo found in ay other remtedy for thie samen class of diseases.--Atvr. Docroos are getting more and more into th, habit of prescribing p)roprietary rediciaed in their pructice, especially that krnown as Dr. Boll's (Kidncy andi Liver') Bitters for diseasets of tihe kitineys, liver anid bladlder. Thlty know fronm experienco tthat is of more valuea in such diseases than any prescriptiotn they can write. Forl rEs BrooDn is TIra LIrtr."-Cblarku's World-famred Blood Mixture is warranted to oleatrse tihe bloodt fron all itrpltritiea from whatever cause arisinrg. For Scrofula, scurvy, Skin and Blood Diseases, and Sores of all kintids, its offects arO...

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