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Her Majesty's Wealth. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 December 1888

Her Majesty's Wealth. The London correspondent of the I.irrepool Dail P'ost, referring to the rumour that an increased allowance will be asked for on behalf of the Prince of Wales and his family dutring the autumn session, points out that the Queen has an annuity drwn from the Consolidated Fund of . 56,00,--whie- is speindnlly allotted to meet those expenses con nected with her high position, the partial weight of wlhich has been transferred to the IHeir Apparent. But (continues the correspon. dent) that is only a portion of the enormnnous income whic good fortune and frugal habite have placed at the dispap d of the head of the lRoyal family. The now Domesday Book die. closes the fact that the Queen's private estates extend over 37,372 acres, the annual rental, even at the lately depreciated prices, being £20,733:. Some years ago Hlor Majesty, acting under the advice of Lord Sydney, purchased Claremont for the sum of £78,000, estimated at the thme as beinja little over half its mark...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AN INTERVIEW WITH THE POPE. WHAT HIS HOLINESS SAID ABOUT THE GERMAN EMPEROR. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 December 1888

AN INTERVIEW WVITH THE POPE.. WHAT HIS HOLINESS SAID ABIOUT THE GERMAN EMPEROR,. A correspondent ofEthe Daily Telegraph in Rome had the honour on 25th October of being received in special and private audience by the rope, who conversed with him at considerable length. I presented myself, says the correspondent, at the main entrance to the State apartments a little before half-past 10, and, upon giving my name, was at once ushered through a suite of stately saloons to the Throne room, at the open door of which a Monosignor-one of the Papal chamberlains--met mno with outstretched hand and kindly welcomonio, begging me to wait for a few minutes. In attendant, Monsignor was good enough to bear me com pany, and to point out to me the " new splen dours" of the State saloons, which have been lately refurnished in crimson and gold, and adorned with beautiful tapestries,and oioets d'art chosen front among the venerable Pontiff's jubilee giftl. The throne from which the Sala del Troco takes i...

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Married by Mistake. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 December 1888

Married by Mistake. Baron do Bourgoing, head of the F'renchs Legation, was a widower, with a ldaughter too young to take her place in society. A story which he related at dinner before half a dozen guests, some very new acquaintances, will better than any description give an idea of his unconventional bo/toeauie and simple chivalry. ' I am extremely distrail,' he said, 'and my marriage was the result of my absence of mind. When I was a young man I fell in love with a charming girl I used to meet at balls and parties; I found out that she had reciprocated my sentiments, and obtained her permission to speak to her father. The next morning I called on him, was shown into his study, and presented my self as suitor for his daughter 's hand. Tie old gentleman seemed surprised at first, but when I had assured him of the sincerity and stability of my, affections, he offered no further objections, and,'accepting me as his sd-in-law,: sent for his daughter. As the dooie opened I: ranto greet ...

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THE GREAT EASTERN'S FIRST VOYAGE. (THE SEA.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 December 1888

THE GREAT EASTERN'S FIRST VOYAGE. TaE BEA.) The Great Eastern made her first Trans atlantic voyage to New York after a very suceessful, but by no means rapid, passage of ten days and a half. In many respects" the vessel gully answered the. expectations of her builders. Her vast bulk aided the fineness of her lines in cutting through the opIosing waves without any apparent shock. o those which rolled up?n her sides she rose with an easy swing, and they to leeward, seemingly deprived -o? their fury; others struck her =with full force, hot no vibra tion or shock was-. communicated: to --the vast mass. -It was speedily discovered that there were two?prime defects in her appoint ments-it was impassible to raise the -steam in the boilers which animated the paddle-wheeol engines to the full power, and the wheels themselves were not so placed as to act on -the water with effect. The power of the ship was put to a most trying test. A strong north-westerly gale had raised a rough sea. " It ha...

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WIT AND HUMOUR. HER HEART WAS PIERCED WITH AN ARROW [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 December 1888

WIT AND 1 'U cLOUR. EER HEART WAS PIERCED WITH AN .ARROW Because she agot a bar. of iisitation Magi' Soap instead of the genuine, and her clothes: 'ere spoiled. The real Simon Pure has that snamo pierced heart stamped on it, and is made onl byThe Victoria Soap and Candle Co., Gelong. THEY HAD BEEN MARmuIED A MONTH. She: 'Who's is oo P THe: 'Oor's.' She: 'For ever, and ever, and ever P' Hoe : ' Ess, I is.' She: 'Have oo dot five dollars for oo baby, dear P He: ' Thunder I no Melinda. Think I'm made of money, don't you P' WmrT Wour. SToP THEr.-A particularly vigorous speaker at a woman's rights meet ing, waving her long arms like the sails of a 'windmill, asked: 'If the women of this country were to rise up in thousands, and march to the polls, I should like to know what there is on this earth that could stop them .' And in the momentary silence which 'followed this peroration a still small voice remarked, ' A mouse.' 'A PssREcarrIO.-Counsel for the defence (to his wife) : ' My dear, ...

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CATCHING WILD HORSES. (CHICAGO TRIBUNE.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 December 1888

CATCHIN'tG WILD HORSES. S(oCuoCAo Trrmuex.) Usually the occupation of capturing tho.un tamed. steeds was followed., by thrce men working together. They used four or five hardy, fleet, well-trained' horses. When the section of the country the wild animals fro? quented was reached, the first thing was to select a suitablo location, at the entrance of a ravine generally, for a corral. This the catchers knew how to construct, using great quantities of rove very speedily. Then near tins corral on the most sightly ~emnence, one man stationed himself. A distance beyond it, on the ap. parently most natural runway, another mas with one of the fleetest of the saddle horses takes his station. The work of the most skilled man of the three then begins. Mounted upon the picked horse of the lot, with a pair of field glassees, a water bug, and a supply of food, lhe swings away in the earliest dawn on an easy lope. It may be ten or twenty miles before his keen eyes, aided by the glasses with which l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 December 1888

anuomoin, Slun? and Jefferies Limited. Johln , uske?ak d 'on, 42 (onl-) fourko street we?t, Mclbourne, solo agents. ?peolalitioe-the new ilmprorved portabll engine, specially built ior the colniol, with enlarged cylindoers, in -resoed strength in working pacsrts cnlarqd bol?cr and hon ting snrface improvedl finilitise for cleaning out boiler, saiety lock-up'ireo-box and ash pan, and all modern inlmprovements. The new design Australasian Thraohor,-fttet -with famous rotary shakers third blast under aving-riddlo; it asures porloct shaking, perfect sepuaration frolm ?vings, perfect dreousng. It Lu perection. If you Iare wanting one got one of these. Donnldoon' el?tentt Hour muill, a small cheap mill, suitablo for ftlrm uoe, or for, small towvnlhips; fxedlengincs, and othoragricultural ?clhinery. Messers. Ilmnsomes, ints 'enapd J"elerico are well knxown for the excellence of thcir muInnfacturce, having sccured firset prizes all over the world. Measro. Dankl and Son may io congratulated ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 December 1888

S H ITR E O F ,- A L V E R N. The Thirty-second Annual Statement and Account of Receipts and Expenditure from October 1st, 1887, to September 30th, 1888. inclusive. Amount of Rates levied by a Rate of One Shilling in the Pound, made the 7th day of February, 1888.-9-5272 14s Od. ... PUBLIC WORKS.-CONTRACTS ENTERED INTO. GENERAL SHIRE FUND ACCOUNT.-STATEMENT. Charles Hamilton, widening and forming footpath, Toorak road ... £55 2 6 --Herbertson, channelling Barkly Avenue 246 11 9 - Herbertson, channelling Union street ... 62 7 0 W. Gleidell, metal, Western Riding 268 12 3 P. Rnmpf, metal, Eeastern Riding, balance of contract 1887 31 5 10 P.Rumpf, metal, Eastern Riding ... 06 2 9 P Rampf, metal, Central Riding, extra supply 96 1 6 Willis Bros., metal, Central Riding 62 6 10 Willis Bros., forming, &c., Huntingtower road . 162 0 0 Willis Bros.. forming Clarendon, Hume and William streets. ' 566 10 0 Willis Bros,, forming St. George'sst. St. James roads, and the Terrace .. 502 17 6...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 December 1888

Special 'Advertisements. Oakleigh C FFEE PALACE, }i BROADWOOD .ST'RIEET, SOakleigt. r'lHE above Coffee Palace is now open, Ii and affords nample accomodation for VISITORS, TOURISTS, AND THE I PUBLIC IN GENERAL reakfasts, Dinners or IBanquets got up in the best styib A Special Dining Room for Ladies.;; Donble and Single Bedrooms. A good Library is provided, containing choice and Seclect works. Charges Moderate. - W.CLEMENTS, Proprietor. ;.,:-.J. RI BAVINTON, BOOT MAKER, OINTl NEPEAN ROAD, North Brighton. T; P A S C E C CO r `".:: ' GROCERS,': PROVISIONi0 PRODUOE3',ERCIHANTS; :A NER 'T AIDrPO1IN2 T;flAntRD;. ORTH; DRIGHTOIr :-. Agents for Eady & Co.'s Celebrated. :,:' c. Dandelion Ale. iORNE R & COTTER CORN? MERCHANTS & GENERAL SEEDSMEN, BROADWOOD 'STREET, OAKLEIGH. A. Good..Assortment -of General Produce, Garden, and other seeds on sale at the lowest remunerative prices. All orders punctually attended to. F. JOHN S , (ESTABLISEIED 1858.) PAINTER, `i::GLAZIER &...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 December 1888

LOCAL ITEMS. hi the caso of Frank l?lnnook, of Asling atreat, Norph J3righton, gard onor, against M[johaol J. .Ryan, of Sugar Loaf, near Soymour, spit for £250 for defamation of chalraotor, bo fore the County Court last Monday morning, a verdict for £50 witblout costs, for plaintiff weas entered by con sent, the'case not being gone into. PERSONs who desire to secure elec tors rights are remindedthatthismonth is the last on which-they can obtain them in time to take part in the forth coining general election. From De cember 1 to Decemiiber 21 the electoral registrars will be engaged in com piling the electoral rolls. They will have to exclude all names which are on the existing rolls and any that have been added since these were drawn up. An applicant for an elector's-right has to ascertain in what electoral division he has to hold his qualification, and he must then apply to the registrar for that division to be placed on the roll. No person can have that done unless he has resided ...

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VOICE TABLOIDS. (COCAINE, WITH CHLORATE OF POTASH AND BORAX, ETC.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 December 1888

VOICE TABLOIDS.. qOO , WrRI.CLOtRATE ,OP rOTASe AND s DOAX, -ro.) Thoese beautiful snowywvhitodisecs are plasing to the eye and accept?blo to:o ven the most f.astidious. They are ofsalbstantial consistence, amid there is no sugar,.josstn,.orotheradsaixturO tin them to interfere withstho. loal or geneoral mefects of the medicine. Thoe ro made by g reat preesure, and fre.s the very purest of 'The Voice Tabloids are . a most. favourablo ,-combination, of certain o aotivity. Cocaino os erates like a charm. A.husky voco is cleared ea by magic in the course of a few minutes by imno or two of these tabloids. !CocAsNE soon relieves irritation of the threat, 'restores the tonicity of tho: vocal 'chords, and effects a grateful secretion. Singers find that 4evn in health the richness and fullness of the tones are increased by the use of Courins, and public speakers and those who are subject to o0re throat affirm that it affords them a con -Adorable degree of inununity on exposure. It arives th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 December 1888

\)7 [ TO'rotiiA PE.AlD COMPANYS l F r. D. " inces : A4 COLT;4E STREET EAST. Capital,d 1,000,000. SSubsortLed,. £2ES,00. raid-up, £160,000. Reserve Foar, £70,000. .DIREQIORS: or Hj. ·I . niesc, .P. 'iwm DBowrcn.Essq J.P. John mINodle,E?. Eo bot eIngll,.E E .,,. ~ TEREST ALLOW.EDsa DEPOSITS. I pr cnet. per S> maa forsIt .ye; Payable half 'i. ,, 3all. PIREEHOLD PROPEIteRIES InMelbourne and Saubmu PURCILiSED. LMANSION SITES and ALLOT. N NTS For SALE In all tihe Peadig Suburhbs. JAMES S. MERCER, Manag'er. GEORGE FETHIERS, Secretry. r RE COIM ERCrAL LAND .COMP ? Y 3LIMITED, Noaganby Chambers, Chancery lane, Belboharne. Capital, £10,00. in £1 Shares, SDIRECTORS: Dr. Andaon, Faotsemy." . B q.B.A., Caulfeld. .,. U`ranreil mite, . (Philip oean' and Co., lailwayCeeosge Factory). F. J. Sinmoc, eq??, Solicitor. . ?he Company buys obdivides, and sells land Ia --l[ibourne and SubarlU, Shares Issued daily at a, pepahare premium, being DEPOSITS received as under: E 'ars, tined atT per cent. S Int...

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MALVERN POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1. Before Messrs. Eccles, Edsall, Sykes and Hosking. Js. P. A PIGEON STEALER. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 8 December 1888

MALVERN POLICE COURT. SALUORDAY, DECI~nERin 1. Before Messrs. Ecclos, Edsall, Sykes and 1losking. Js. P. A PIGEON STEAlERt. A lad named Fred Seailo, who had beeon arrested at South Melbournre, was charged with pigeon stealing, and on the application of the police was re mauded for a forhlight, bail being al lowed in two suretics of £25 each. XOT PIiOVEf. A carter named Scott sued D Evans, timber merchant for 3sI'4d. balance of wvages, £1 for wrongful ,disaiss:dl and £2 for detention of a box of clothes. From the ovidence it appcared that mco? llai?'nt entered Mr. Evans esm ploy at a weekly wago of £l and found. Oa: the: complainant coming in from work ono evening ]Evans discharged him and would neither pay his wages nor give him his clothes. For the do fence Evans called a witness to prove that Scott was in liquor and neglected his work hence the discharge. Case dismissed. UNWILLINxG PAYEIIS. A penalty of 10s.' each with one guinea costs was awarded the Local Board of Health for',th...

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BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, DEC. 7. Before Messrs, Sprigg & Francis, Js.P. AN UNRULY CUSTOMER. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 8 December 1888

BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FatrAxY, DEc. 7. Before Messrs. Sprigg & Francis, Js.P. AN UNRULY CUSTOIMER. James McIntyre was charged by Constablle Holland with an unlawful assault as also with violently resisting the police. The evidence of Constables Holland and Matthews was to the effect that a sccrimmage took place in the Brighton Drill Ground on the evening of the 6th inst., in which accused mnndo an assault upon one of the comnunitteo men. Constable IHol land proceeded to the mnan's assistance in order to prottect him, when accused made a rush at witness, and attempted to butt. and also kicked himn with great violence on the leg. With the assist ance of Constable Matthews he was thrown down and handcuffed. during which operation he kicked and fought like at madman. \rWhilst being con veyed to the lock-up he resisted vio lently;, nd made every effort to escape. When they got him to the lock-up, and. just as they had unfastened one of the bracelets lie let fly with his freed ha...

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CAULFIELD POLICE COURT. December 3. Before Messrs Holland and Langdon J's.P. AWAY FROM THEIR HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 8 December 1888

CAULFIELD POLICE COURT. ]Decembor 3. Beforo Messrs IIolland and Langdon J's P. AWAY FROM T'r.EIIR OnRSES. Chas Gray, Robert Rush, Chas. Knoblo, Edward Johinstone, John HIouson and J >hn Wilson, the offond ing nightmon, charged with ,being away from their horses and whoso cases were rnomandecl for a fortnight woro each find L1. HOUEI0R nnRAKERS. John MEnl)onald and Frank Too good wore charged by Constablo Loorham with oruelly illusing a horso in Risdon.st, Elsternwick. Constable Loorham deposed that sh rtly before npn oCn o Sunday illth of Novemboer, the coueod perotons beat a horse unmeorifully leaving the animal whip markod and blooding. Io saw thom for fully tpi minutes thrashiig' the 7'6or bhito: "'lie was yolked to a piece of timber 15 feet long by 1 foot wide, which had boon imnedlded in the sand. In his opinion the horse could not pull the log. Sover.rd witnesses were called for the defence who stated tlhat the horse was beaten by 'l,:Donald but not at all unmercifully. The...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 8 December 1888

~OPPOSITE TOWN HALL 3P -R AE3:R -A Wt The Cheapest 4ad Rest House fdr ly Joseph Rodgers d& Sons, Wain, Mosley, Johnston, &c. White Bone Balance-handle Knives, 5/6, 8/-, 10/-, 12/- doz ,, - Zylonite , , 16/-, 18/ Best Ivory ,, ,, from 16/- . Tablo'Knives and Forks ... fro.m 6/- ,, Carving ., ,, 2/6, 3/6, .I/-, 4/6, 5i-, 5/6, 6/6, 7/6, 10/., 15/ :. :-Table Steels from -i9 each. Bread,;Butchers', Pruning, Pocket, Oyster, Shoe, Glaziers' and Farriers' Kniivei great variety. Dessert and Table Forks and Spoons. Tea, Egg, Mustard, and Salt Spoons in Dixon's E.P., . Silverite, Nickel Silver, Benares Silver, Albaloid, &c. English and Anmerican Electro-plated Breakfast and Dinner Cruets, Butter Dishes, Toast. and Egg Framnse Pickle Frames, Napkin Rings, etc, etc. QUALITY GUARANTEEI' TIIE LATEST. Improved New Novelty Wringer 7 6 SCARBORO' TRUNKS, BONNET BOXES '-All sizes and quality. 1AM1V S I II Table, Library, Hanging, Bracket, and Hand. Lamp Wicks, Chimneys, etc., et...

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CHELTENHAM POLICE COURT. Wednesday, December 5. Before Messrs Attenborough, Ward, Ruse, Keys and Allen J's.P. STRAY CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 8 December 1888

CHELTENHAM POLICE COURT. Wednesday, December 5. Before Messrs Attenborough, Ward, Ruse, Keys and Allen J's.P. STRAY CATTLE. Messrs Bense, Saunders, Ferguson, Snell, RIobinson and Millman for allow ing their cattle to stray, were, on the information of Constable Glenny, In spector for the Shire of 3Moorabblin, fined in sums ranging from 2s Gd to 5s, with 2s 6d costs each. The chairman of the benchl, Mr Attenbororgh at the conclusion of the cases highly com plimented the constable on the zeal and energy displayed by hint in summonsing these offenders. DISPUTED DEBT CASES. Verdicts with costs were awarded as follows :-Jas. Smith, v. J, O'Noil £4" 10s; Cowen v. (. Martyr £9 8s 7d ; and Booth v. Carey, £11 10s. UNRtEGISTERED DO(G. Robert Smith for hlaving in his possession an unregistered dog, was Iined 5s with 2s Gd costs, with an in timation front the bench that if the dog was not registered within a reasonable time Ihe might be again proceeded agtinst. PETTY I.IItCEtIY. F. Kelly, arre...

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BRIGHTON FREE LIBRARY COMMITTEE. Wednesday, December 5. Present:—Messrs Burrows(president) Cotterill, Hayball, LeMare, Sprigg and Stevens. MINUTES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 8 December 1888

BRIGHTON FREE LIBRARY COM MITTEE. *Wednesclay, December 5. Present :-Messrs Burrows (president) Cotterill, Hayball, Loe\ltr, Sprigg and Stevens. MINUTES. The minutos of last meeting were read and confirmed, and two letters enclosing accounts against the Insti tution received. REPORTS. MIr LeIMaro, the honorary treasurer reported the income to be £97 10s 8d, made up of receipts during the past month amounting to £16 5s 8d, and the remainder balance in hand last month. There had been expended a sum of £15 12s Gd, thus leaving a balance of £81 18s 2d to the credit of the library. ie recommended that accounts amounting to £35 9s be paid. -Received and adopted. Mr LeMare further reported that he and several other members of the deputation appointed at a former meeting of the committeo had waited upon the Brightomn Town Council at their ordinary meetiung on thoe 12th of November.xq.tlhe question of a grant towards the funds of the library. ' The council after patiently listening to the st...

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My Walk to Church. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 8 December 1888

My Walk to Church. Breathing the summer-scented air Along the bowery mountain way, Each Lord's day morning I repair To servoe my church, a mile away. Below, the glorious river lies A bright broard breasted sylvan sea And round the sumptuous highlands rise, Fair as the hills of Galileo. Young flowers are in my path. I hear Music of unrecorded tone. The heart of Beauty beats so near, Its pulses modulate my own. The shadow on the meadow's breast Is not more calm than my repose As, step by step, I am'tho guest - Of every living thirigtha?,rowse. " ' Ah, something melts along the sky, And something rises from the ground, And fills the inner ear and eye Beyond the sense of sight and sound, Itis not that I ve to soo What Love in lovely shapeshas wrought Its gracious messages to me Come, like the gentlo dews, unsought. I merely walk with open heart Which feels the secret in the sign; But, oh, how large and rich my part In all that makes the feast divine : Sometimes I hear the happy birds Th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 8 December 1888

.T. G. YANDELL Consulting Herballst 82 Chapel street Prabran. Consultation Free -(Advt.) To Professionnl and .Mcrcantile iIen, We beg to draw nttfnteon to the follow. ing:--£3 a year insures against ALL acci dents to humun life and secures £1000 at Death and £i a week during injury. Pro posal forms and all particulars on applica tion to' the Colonial ,Mutual Insurance 'Compnny,' 82 Collinsi' street, West. One 'Thousand Five Hundred claims have been paid by this Company. Hlonored and Ilest. When a board of eminent physicians and chemists announced the discovery that by combining some well known valuable reme dies, the most wonderful medicine was pro. duced, which would cure huch a wide range of diseases that most all other remedies could be dispensed with, many were seep. tical; but proof of its merits by a',tial trial has dispelled all doubt. and to-day the dis coverers of that great medicine, Dlr. Sonle's American HIop Bitters, are honored and est by all as boufacetors. " D.:n32r.,...

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