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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 October 1882

IllaivEii-rii Mteiun Navigation Compiiny. TIME TABLE. From Sydney, f Evory '^^V, ™-1 Friday J J { mgnt, at 11. From Groonwoll [ Monday, 7 a.m. ; Thursday, l'oint. ( 8 a.m. FAKES : Cabin, 3Os; Return (Cabin), 3Oh; Stccrnjje, 12s Oil. ?»$?,' ?' E. BANNING, Aliinngor. KiiKlinli SvuttiKli ami Australian ^ Clinrterctl^llniik. rpiTE BUSINESS of tliia HANK will, for tlio A fiituro bo conducted in thoNKAVPBE MLSISSinKinghoru-.strcctiiQxlthoi'i-CHbylQrum church. HOBT. PINLAYSON. Manager. Nowra, 12th January, 18R1. ? R. LANGLEY,^ COIvIDMCISSIOIsr PRODUCE ' AGENT, rj S2fANIAN JAJl $? PR UIT DEPOT, 02 SUSSKX-STRUET, Y ]) N E Y . ROBERT MEXKLEJOHN,, (Late Thome and Meiklejohn,J Commission Agent, SUSSEX STOEET, Botwecu King and Market Streets, SYDNEY. HAWKEN AND VANCE,*, Commission Agents, 103, Sussex vStiiuet, SYDNEY. ~ ELLIS & COMPANY, - AILWAY AUCTION l'BODUCE DEPOT; 763, Gooi'go-streot, South Sydney. Cattle, Sheep, and Morse Salesmen. Produce Auctioneers inert Agents, for tho S:tlo of...

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Special Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. Tuesday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 October 1882

Special Telegraphic Intelligence. LFnOSI OUR CORUESl'OXDEXTS.] SIDNEY. ' Tuosdny, G p.m. The races for tho first hont for- tho Francis Punch Trophy, came oft' this afternoon on tho Parrninatta River, in, tho presonco of a largo number of spectators. Tho following is tho re sult of tho divisions : — ., ' Division No. 1., - Lavcock ? ; ? ' ? l . 'M'Donald ? 2 , , Perkins withdraw. - . Division No. 2. , ' ,' Bush '.'. ? '. .,' ? , 1 , Pearco , ? 2 Division No. 3. Trickett ..' ? 1 Beach ? 2

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 October 1882

By somo inadvertence we have not yet seen . tho exact words of Mr. Eoseby's motion anent tho introduction of tho penny postage throughout tho colony for letters ; but .wo infor by tho criticism of certain con j temporaries that in addition to this, our member proposes to meet a part, if not tho whole, of tho revenue that wbuldbe ceded by the introduction of the penny post, by the roimposition of the penny stamp on newspapers. There are not a few besides Hr. Eosoby who bolioved, and, do still be ! liove, that the penny stainpon a newspaper ?was only a fair charge for a work per formed. That was among the arguments ?opposed to the late member forKiama, now the Hon. John Stewart, M.L;C:, when ? . ho proposed tho remission of the news 1 ' paper stamp; but in- a country, where . , thore is spent so large an, item as a ? ' ,twolfth part of its revenue ; in educat . ing young colonists, it is surely not worth while stopping to consider so small an item as the return from a newspaper stamp....

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Humour. TWO REAL KIND LANDLORDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 October 1882

Ibumbur. TWO BEAL KIND LANDLOBDS. ' Just at tho closo of tlio great Cotton Exposition at Atlanta, Ga.,' said ho, ' 1 happened ono day to bo dining with a friend nt Markliam House, whon tliat man cdmo in. Tho day was wet and disagree- .. ablo, and ho woro a hugo ulstor overcoat, the skirts of which nearly reached his hceln. Ho left tho overcont in the cloak-room nml camo into the dining linll attired ns neatly as you Beo him now. I happened to bo standing near tho door when ho finished his dinner, and saw him endeavour to pass tho clerk, who, on account of tho crowded condi tion o£ tho honso, had beon placed thero to tnko lip tickets or cash. Tho clerk was too quick for him, anil, alter a good deal of talk, tho man ad mitted that he hud no money, and tho ckrk, who \yfts in no charitnblo mood, suggested that Boino portion of his iino appnrol would stand good for tlio prico of bis dinner. ' All right,' said tho man, ' you niny have my pants, if you won't take my word that I will pay yo...

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Parliamentary Summary. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 October 1882

Parliamentary Siiiiiniiiry. (Ahviihjedfrom the. Herald. J Ly tho Logislativo Council, on Wodnesday night, tho Prosidont announced that tho address to tho Quoou, congratulating hor.Majosty on tho victories of hor troops in Egypt, had boon presonted to tho Govornor, and ho road his excollonoy's roply to tho saino. Mr- Frazor presented two uumorously signed petitions in favour of a propor observance of tho Sobbath. Tho ? Employors1 Liability Bill, after somo sovoro criticism and a pretty generally oxprossed dosiro to mako it moro in accordanco with tho English Aot, was road . tho second timo and taken into cominitteoyH-o for dm Tho Tain worth Gas Company's Bill, tho Barristers' Admission Bill, and tho Evidonco in Summary Convictions Bill wore road the third timo, and loturnod to the . Assembly. Tho Dower Act -Amendment Bill was withdrawn s and discharged from tho paper, and as tho businpss on tho papor was not considered of sufficient importance to call tho Houso together to-day, an ad...

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LIVE IT DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 October 1882

LIVE XT DOWN. ' There is a future for all who havo tho virtue to repent, and the energy to atono.' — BULWEIt-Li'TTON. Yes, your fault has blurred your name ; Such disgrace ia hard to bear ; Yet for you thero ia an aim, ?: Whioh should bo your constant care — . You must learn to live it down. Trup. thn clmid ia like n. Tmll -. Error ever weaves such things ; But the sky is ovor all ; ? Morn has light upon its wings, If you only live it down. . . Yes, I know men look askance, Dreading any pitch to touoh ; Women with a wondoring glance, Fear to pity overmuch ; Still, I tell you — live it down. Patient bo ; with spirit meek, Bear rebuffs a littlo while, Till true friends shall kindly speak, Meeting you with sunny smile, . Seeing you can live it down. Labor! Oh, tho worth of work, .. Chasing bitter thoughts away ?;?., . ?? Nover any .duty shirk ....... Whioh arises day by day ; ? ?'??- ' That is how to live it down. Ask forgiveness— and forgive, ? ' '; ; xet indulge not memories aarK ; F...

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Opening of the Prince Alfred Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 October 1882

'Opening or the Prince Alfred BIos nitnl. ? ' * 'Tiie hospital founded to commomorato the escape of the Duke of Edinburgh from death at the hands of the Olohtarf assassin was yesterday ?opened by Her Majesty's representative with all appropriate surroundings. Admission to the ?ground was by ticket, and had this not bean so - fliojxutions adjoining tho building would havo lieen 'crowded.' As,it was it was with difficulty 'that 'visitors could mako their way along tho r.rnwrVriTmRsnmis n.nfl nnrrM^ors flnrinovfYvn limn o '. of tho vice-iegal inspection. With his usual 'punctuality Lord Augustus Loftus arrived at tho building at precisoly 3 o'clock, and was received by Sir Alfred Stephou and tho other1 directors. A guard of honour, consisting of 100 ?'.- ? men of the Permanent Artillery, under Major -. Murphy and Lieutenants Bouvorio and Savage; was drawn up on the square outside the corn ( - pleted wing of the building. Liking tho 1 ' passages and at tho entranco of the wing wero plac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 October 1882

^Vhitc Fields of France, ^^y ' rrillE Eev. Mu./VyWHATOUGn will deliver JL the colobialofl/UCDTUBE on tho ' White JTiolds of 3?iunco,yon TriURSDAY, tho 12th instant, in tho Wosloyau Church, Nowra, com mencing at 7.30 p.m. ' '' i:'-!''v- ' 'ADinssioxVrA'EE. ' A ETIST PIIo//a*K3«ER, will arrive in a ' J\. PEW' pAYS. An Early Cull is invited, as W. H. J. is duo in othor parts on early dates. Itfowra. SjiuiiI for Sale. r^ MB. MAIIEACK has lor SALE Pivo Aoro= of Suburban J^4ND, nowly fenced and oloared ; noyor fiHli/g»*vator supply ; situated near the ?ping9Mjrs-Jj-'facing tho Braidwood road, with 10 chaiih to liorry-street. Tho land is principally liel/alluvial. k . Tendors for tho purehaso will bo recoived,up \ to SATUEDAT, Mth October. The GreenMUs Saw Mill^ CTMIE undeitignod: desires to iiitimnto to the B Publio of Shoalhaven , and tho South Coust Dibtiuts, that havjjiff/6rocted tho now STEAM SAW MILLS meyti*w!d abovo, ho is prepared to leoe^o nnd «\ewuo with piompt dispatch Oldeisfoi...

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Commercial Intelligence. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited). SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 October 1882

CoiBBStses-eiisB I-ito99iff»Bace. South Const awl West CamdCEi Co operative Company (Bjitnitert). Sydney Mahket Piiices. Bolow wo give general quotations. £ s. d. £ s. d. Butter, best, porlb,. 0 1 4 to 0 1 .6 Ditto, seconds ditto. .010,, 012 Bacon, ditto ........ 0 0 7A „ 0 0 ' Si Ditto-heavy androiigh 0 . .0:/ f- „? 0 0 6 CJieose, per lb .... 0 010 ,. 0 10 Pigs.-alivo ? 1 0 0 ?„. 3 0 0 Calves, each '. ? 0 S 0 „ 1 0 0 Hides, ? 0 8 0 „ 1 0 0 Calfskins, oach ? 0 10;, 010 Tallow, per ton ... ^ 32 00 „ 35 0 ILniiio, por bushel ..' 0 '5 0 ,, 0 5 1! Biirloy, (English) . . 0 -1 6 „ 0 5 0 Barley (Capo) ditto.. 0 4 .0 '„ 0 4 0 Oats.'ditto ? 0 3 3 „' 0 3 9 TIay'(oaton) por ton.. 6 '. 0 0 ,', 0 0 0 ?Ditto(lucorno)ditto.. G 0 0 ? ;,- S 0 o Potatoes ditto ? '. -1. ,10 0 „ 5 10 0 Fowls, por pair ? 0 4 ; G „ 0 S 6 ?Ducks, ditto...:....- 0 (i .0 „ 0 7 0 Geoso, ditto ? 0, 9 C „ 0 10 0 Turlfoys, ditto -. ? 0 10 0 „ 10 0 Eggs, por dozen .... 0 0 11 ,, 1 0 o Commercial Stoios, Sussex-street, Sydnoy, Oc...

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THE POST AND TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 October 1882

TIIE POST AND TELEGRAPH. It must be matter for gratulation to all lovors ' ?? ' ? of progress 'and advancement to find that our excellently managed institution is keoping pace with the fast time in which wo live. Tho advent of the following ' New Eegulations ' will bo hailed with joy by all right-thinking busi ness, men: — (1.) Telegrams will, in future be dolivored by postmen — when their bags are not inconveniently full of letters and newspapers. (2.) When such is tho case the Telegrams ?will (in all probability) bo delivered by them on ; their next rounds— or. at all evonts, within a woek from date of lodgement. (3.) In consideration of the possibility of a Telegram requiring to be delivered even more expeditiously than this tho Dopartmont has — at a great cost — arranged for ' Spocial Messengers ' 1 to deliver any Telegrams marked ' Urgent,' and, judging from experiences, it may bo confidently i promised that such documonts shall bo delivered within a radius of two miles, at a p...

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MISCELLANEOUS. Clippings from "Sydney Punch." A RURAL HYMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 October 1882

MISCELLANEOUS. — w Clippings from ' Sydney Punch.' A BUKAL IIYMN. Prom all the Western valleys, From all the Northern plains, Whoro slow the Darling dallies, Or swifter Claronce reigns ; . ' From many a black-block station, From many a coastal board, Thoy cry ' Emancipation ! : From legalisod land fraud !' What though Sir John reposes, And little sees amiss, And droams his Act discloses Tho path to wealth and bliss ! In vain doth lavish Nature Bestow her rich ostato, \ If a crass Legislature ' Lies torpid — till too late ! Can men whose minds are gifted With honest comnion senso, .Thus seo our fair lands ' lifted ' By shuffling and protonce ? . . No ! No ! ' Down with each traitor,' Lot ovory voice proclaim, c ? 'Whoso crime is four-fold greator Than ' tools ' who work tho gamo. Ye yooplo, hurl this story At all tho trait'rous crew, ?) Who, young in fraud, or hoary, - . Justice defy, and you ! Till from this fair young nation, That with such riches teems. We hurl base Peculation, An...

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A. & H. Association Accounts, Election, etc. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SHOALHAVEN TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 October 1882

A. & IS. Association Ace«untH, 531ec4ioi», etc. TO.'riiK^KDlTOK of Tiir. siro vi ii \w:s* ?lI:L^Gl[A^ll. Sslli,— Aly attention has beon Killed to :i faro graph in your report of tho annual mooting of tho A. & II. . Association of tho 21st ult., and' nlso to a loading articlo in your isaiio of the. 28th ult. As there aro misstatoments anil in— accuracies in both, may I bo allowed space to. explain nnd correct tho s-nmo. 1st. Your para graph of tbo 21et ultimo states : 'Slv. Wcaton's account indmlea nil flic limiting icndcinS Kir iruin .nine it, iosu, co oupieiiiuoi'.i, ibol. This is misleading, as your roadors would bo lort to understand that this was all tho punting re quired dining tho poriod named. Such is not tho caso ; thoro aro many items of printing that cannot possibly bo tondorod for. [Tho conclusion assumed by Mr. M'Arthur is nut necessarily deductible— in fact,1 i.s not borne out by the construction of tbo quotation. ' All the printing tendered for ' was wh...

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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 October 1882

SSrif^Diiial Coi'M'OMgtoiiKiluiicc. ? * ? [It is to bo distinctly understood thnt wo do not identify oursolvos with tho opinions of correspondents.! TO THE KD1TOH Oir!Tl!K-8!IOAl,IlAVKS' TICT.Edl'AI'Il. Sm. — X seo ono of the offoots of tho recent infu sion of now blood into tho Committoo of tho Shoalhavon Agricultural Society, is providing incroasod accommodation for holding thoir next show. Perhaps tho sub-committoo appointed for thnt purposo will not think mo iutrusiyo, or presumptive, in suggesting tho way to do it ; which is, for thorn to ask Mr. David Hymn to allow tho .society to oroct sheds (for tho horsos, bulls, sheep, swine, assos, etc., at tho show) on his land, adjoining tho prosont show ground. This'would allow a'littlo more rooiii in tho throo aero lot ; and as an inducoinont for Mr. Hyani to do so, thoy could point out to him that tho sheds, whon covorcd with iron (not Ion-tree bushes), would nnswor admirably ns woathor slieds for his catllo during tho remaining oG3 ...

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CURIOUS FREAKS OF NATURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 October 1882

0OM0UH FBKAKB OF NATUItE. ' . It is somewhat startling, to look over suoh natural freaks aa are recorded from timo ; to time in various journals, and to oredit them, requires a largo belief in tho marvelloua and Munohanaenisms. A correspondent of tho Chi cago Live Stock Journal, of May, informs us that a black mare in Missouri, which had been stinted to a Norman horse, in due time gave birth to a colt, with a head that bore a remark ableresemblancoto thatof ahuman being. Not to do outdone in tins particular ime, a corres pondent of tho London Live Stock Journal ust at hand, informs us, that an English heifer recently gave birth to a calf, adorned with tho porfect head of an elephant, inclu ding a trunk six inches long. It is explained that tho dam of tho calf, when early pregnant, was vory much alarmed at the sight, ono day, of an elephant belonging to travelling circus passing by her. Another correspondent, on reading tho account of this curious freak of nature, supposes that there...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 October 1882

It is rumoured tlmt grants of £'00,000 onoh -will bo made to Sir Qarnot 'Wolsuloy mid Sir F, Boauchamp Soymour. The Times Hays tlmt ' ' Admiral Soymour is unwilling to accopt a poor Eighty of tho anti- Jowinh liotors in Prosburg, Hungary, woro bayonollod by tho military, who woro called out to suppress tho dist\irbanco. A foarful disaster lmd linpponod on tho Mississippi Bivor.) A stonmor was totally dostroyod by firo daring tho night. Tho loss of lifo was torriblo and inoludos a Uirgo uumbor of womon. , , Tho faiwo'l of tho English enckotors to tho Australian Elovon was exceedingly cordial. Uioy woro oscorumiu uiu ^liu-mi* uy -* »muv», -».«* woro heartily cheorod us tho ship loft. Mid -wintor accompanies tho Elovon with a viow to -permanently settling in Australia. 1 V , , Cairo, Sopt. 29. Tho offoets of tho rocont oxplosion are oven -moro disastrous.1 than anticipated; In nddition to tho destruction of tho railway station and mirrbundihg proportyi ton days' rations of tbo British ...

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Miscellaneous. A REMARKABLE GAS WELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 October 1882

Miscellaneous. A BKJIAIIKICVDLK OAH W'Khh. A wkMi finished recently by tho Niagara Oil Company, in Washington oounty, Pa,, ifl ono of the greatest gasscrs of modorn drilling days. Tho sands found woro not regular, nor as expected, noither did thoy appeal to bo'oil-bcaring. Aftor a nix month's Btrugglo jvitji tho drill, a dopth of 2,200 feet was reftphed, whon a vein of gas was struck whioh ftirp.w thn fnnln nln/ir out of tbn hole, and moro than fifty feet above tho top of tho derrick. The strength of tho gas can bo im agined whon it is known that tlio tools woigh about 800 pounds. All work was than out' of tho question, aa the gas made such a roar ing noiso that tho drillers had to go a^vay from the well fully 300 yarda before being ablo to mako themselves understood. Tho company havo expendod already moro than 20,000dol. and have nothing to show for thoir money, but lenses of 60,000 acres of land, and tho great gas blower. Tho. -well is eight miles north of Washington, Pa., in Moun...

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A REMARKABLE BLOCK OF AMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 October 1882

A HEJIAKKABLE BLOCK OP AIIBEIi. Some fishermen' of the Isle of Zuigst havo fished up, opposite Stralsund, a piece of amber, weighing more than 81b. It is 9Jin. longr and 5iin. in circumferenoe. It is a most remarkable piece of amber, having r all the qualities which distinguish the rarest pieces, color dark yellow, shining like glass, and not transparent. It is rare that a piece of amber :weighta a pound. The piece, whioh is preserved in the Museum of Natural History at Berlin, weighs about 141b. Tub deepest mine in tho world, according to Professor H. Hoefer, of tho Academio Im p6riale des Mines, is tho Przibrain Silver Mine in Bohemia. Tho lowest depth is nearly 3,300ft. below the surfaco. At this depth, the temperature of tho rooks is only 75-90 degrees F., and the terivperaturo of tho air 76-3 degrees F. 1IOW LINCOLN BUTTLED IT. 'A 1'AiuiEK said to me, snys-Mtev. jn. w. Miner, D;D.: ' I once got into difficulty with a neighbour about the line between our farms. I went to Mr.:Lir...

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ROW BIRDS LEARN TO SING. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 October 1882

nOW BIRDS LEAKS TO SIHO. A when built her nest in a box on a Now Jersey farm. Tho occupants of tho farm houses saw the- mother teach her young to sing. She sat in front of them and sang her whole song very distinctly. One of the young attempted to imitate her. After proceeding through a few-notes its voice broke and it lost the tune. The mother immediately re commenced whore the. young one had failed, and went very distinctly through with the;re Tvininrl™. Tho irnnnnr .hir/1 mnrlo. n. flflprinr attempt, commencing where it had ceased be fore, and continuing the song as long a3 it was ablo; and when tho note was again lost tho mother began anew where it had stopped, and completed it. Then the young one re sumed the tune, and finished it. Thia done, the mother sang over the whole series of notes a second timo with great preoision, and a second of the young attempted to follow her. The wren pursued tho same course with this one as with the first ; and so with the third, and fourth. Thi...

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A MILLION YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 October 1882

a Million yeakb. Hkiu; is ono way of conveying to tho mind some idea of what a million of years really isi Tako a narrow strip of paper, an inch broad, or more, and 88 ft. i in. in length, and stretch it along tho walls of a largo hall, or round tho walls of an apartment somewhat over 20 ft. square. Iiecall to memory tho days of your boyhood, so as to get ttonio adequate concep tion of what a period of a hundred years is. xnen marjt on iruiu onu in mu uuu» vi tuu strip one-tenth of an inch. Tho one-tenth of tho inch will then represent ono hundred yeara,' and tho ontiro length of tho'Btrip a million of years. It is woll worth making tho experiment, just in ordor to feel tho striking impro3sion that it produces on tho mind. Could wo stand upon tho edgo of a gorge, a miloand a half in depth, that had been cut out ot the solid rook by a tiny a stream, scarcely visible at the bottom of this fearful abyss, and wero wo 'informed that thin littlo streamlet was ablo to wear off annually onl...

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Household. USEFUL REMEDIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 5 October 1882

ifoousefooUv USEFUL' BEJIEDIEB. The following remedies being both safe and efficacious will bo found valuable when needed:— Earaohe.— .Closing tho mouths of infants and ' children, and Bimply blowing into the nose, is often a very valuable method of re lieving a sevoro earache. Poison Oak, Ivy, and Sumach.— For the dis agreeable effects caused by coming in contact with these , plants, dissolve bicarbonate of soda in water— as muoh as the water will take two hours. . Muriate .of ammonia may bo used in tho same manner. CnoiuNQ. — As the sufferer may die before the physician arrives, it is well enough to know ': that speedy rolief sometimes follows getting upon all fours and coughing. Another procedure, often successful, is for someone to blow forcibly into tho patient's ear. FonEian Subbtances in tiie Eak. — Chil- dren often get buttons, pobbles, etc., in the ear. In such cases dip the end of a suitable stick in melted glue, and carefully insert it in tho ear until it reaches tho subs...

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