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Alleged Forgery OF A LETTER. GOODS OBTAINED THEREBY ACCUSED BEFORE THE COURT. REMANDED TILL FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909

Alleged Forgery OF A LETTER. GOODS OBTAINED THEREBY FROM A BUSINESS MAN. ACCUSED BEFORE TlHE COURT. REMANDED TIIL FRIDAY. On an information laid by James Richey, a wman named Jobn Buchlltin Fulton wse brought before .ils Police agistrato a t en the Ipawoh Police Court. estaterday mornslng to ausser to a charge of having, on the ,1'5&h Decmcer.l, forged a document purporting to be a letter written by James Smith, of Lane ideld, requesting the compleinOalt to sup ply him 'with clothing. On the appli cation of Senlor-Sergeant Sing, defo?dant was remanded ill Friday neat. The accusod had been arrested in Brisbane n?t Sunday, -od he 'was brought. before Mthe olice Magistrate (iAeutanant Colonel It. A. Moore), at the Brisbane Police Court, on Monday atorning, when the evidence, which was given itn our last issue, was elicited. ActitFg-Sergeant Alfred Bee, who had lien accompaelod by Constable Selby, of Ipswich, and who hted questionod aSc cusod at Tpowong, also sntated, at the ]Br...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
ESK SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909

E1SK SHIRE. The nominations for the Es': Shire Council elections closed on Mlonday at 4 p.m. (writes our Esk corresponlllt). Although rumours had been current regardilg many candidates for each of the divisions, only four were re ceived for the whole shire. Thea repreo sentatives nominated for two of the divisions were inopposeed, anld early in the afternoon it was thought by those who were watching events that two of the divisions would not have fepre sentatives nominated, those received be ing left to the last moment. In one instance, it is alleged, a candidate, learning that one of th:e divisions was likly to be unrepresentecd, changed h]iaf mind as to which division h'l would stand for, put in his nomination, and, as a consequence, seculred the seat, thereby giving his intended opponent a walk over also. A 'fe?s minutens lr fcre the tithe for the closing of the nom:nations IMr. C. Lumley Hill ar rived. He, like others, expected - to firl one or unre residents .of the di vision n...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
LAIDLEY TOWN COUNCIL. DECLARATION OF NOMINATIONS. ALD. WYMAN, COOPER, AND DANIEL RETURNED UNOPPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909

I.Al)LEY TOWN COUNCIL. DECLtARATION OF NOMIINA TIONS. ALD. W1'VMAN, ( UOOPll, ANi) DANIIEL RETURNEI) UNOP'OSED.:. (From Our Lookyer Correopondent.) 'The oIFeiial d(iclaratiot, of i mila-iii tions for the thire vacancies on tie Jaidley Town Coiinitil wis inumid? by th:, reliturning-ollicer (,.\ld. 11. Hull) it thie Shiire Hl ll at noon yestcih.!;:'. Thire were very few ratepayetrs Il' sent, -mid little or no inter'est was talen in thle proctedirgs. The l]oturning-Ohlico? said that. In. lind receivoil throns nominations fir 11. v?ienuiocies--t'hose of ]lonr.i II. laiiiei, Samuel C, (Coopern, niul trorg,' Wyman, auld us thiy wwore all in c: iortltincll withl tlhe provisions o' tile Act. In had to decrlan thuem duly clrv til to, serve on, the Town Council ircr thl lisuiilln terni. Bel wouldt hll-ive lilwd to sec mor1 10 itres.n t takien iln the pr'omeedings. Aid. Cooper said h e ldsireitl to -rt tiurn his siner.rn'thanks to the rantspniy cr< ,or tli. c'.lid, 1c.- tIh:y hi:udI...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Boy Killed. FATAL SOMERSAULT FROM A BAYRICK. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909

Boy Killed. FATAL SON ERl.-MAULT FROM A BAYRICK. 'Th police onil Mio:day night (writis our lhri.?hari aorrt eind?hit), rc^i\·n·l a tlphlnle mi?aage froman I undselrt, to. the affect that a lad nam?.ned Charls Maiullin , who was,' miployi l by ItMr. Wanlsh, a fains', finr fnills fromi Mr. C'ollin's station, 31iiildlan, was killstl by falling oa turnini a .sniir sault froni a hayrick, nit nsioti a quarter to 8 n'chlik that. night. lTh cause of death was i brtoken n ch. Thie decoasel iwas playing with somie other lads at the timte.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Prickly Pear. NEW SOUTH WALES EXPERIMENTS. Sydney, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909

Prickly Pear, -:9: NE1 SOUTH W'AL.ES EXPIlRI 3XENTS. (By Telegrbaph from Our Correspondent.) Sydney, January 19. Several farmers it. the ]ambula lo cality have been exlerimntling during the last 12 months wit the pricklyr pe:r with a view to pro, .,ditg to QuPeenslanld to ndinvou? r 4"l t?tml tieo rewardl offered by .the Quee, ilt d otvcrtiiiImet or an. il(oi. of e-feotual y irmli'ati . (h.e I°'? o" utilkingl it ae? marketaltle -onunodit}-. It is laim,':I by thile rmii rfeir-ad to, t:1 it tnay be sai.umiht orily e-,i, in th. - form of ts i tlgo, fl tl, 'it l.. 'lvy hav'e hlfti fre Iribae to - Oiit-t'l' ]te process.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
Railway Service. THE COLOUR TEST AS APPLIED TO LADS. COLOUR BLINDNESS OR COLOUR IGNORANCE. WHICH IS IT? DEPUTY-COMMISSIONER INTERVIEWED. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909

Railway Service. THE COLOUR TEST AS APIiLIED TO LADS. COLOUR BLINDNESS OR COLOUR IGNORANCE. ?MICII 1i IT? DEPUTN-COILMISSIONER INTIR ViEWED. We are ijformtod that Dir. W. J. R. Maughon, 1 .L.A.. waitedl upon he De piuty-omm'ssiosner for lladlivays (Mlr. T. 31. King), yasterday, in co?neetioht with tie colour test, oe applied to youths en tering the service of the aidlirsy Dc parcment. Mfr. iMaugltan birougtht uuaer 31r. King's special notce the cno?e of a young iod who did passed his extmnina tion as all appretrbice for the workshops, 'but who. in aon esxanituatiaoi conduoted by a meldical toan, had i lot uomre up to tlhe rev?Jpired stigndard in cotnWct?don wiLt th le colour test. . It appI ro that (eto rand in question os taken to Brislmane bty Mlr. Mtaughln, and, we are given to under stand, tandersnt at somewhat stsere col our test 'lefore a high official of the d portment ina Mr. 'aough.to's p?eseoce. It nwas pointed out to Mr. KiMg thatt, when the applicant wentL up for the tes...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
The Harry Thaw Case. SANITY INQUIRY. London, January 1[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909

The Harry Thaw Case. -: :-? SANITY INQUJl!I.. (]ly I' Ile 1Messaogl.) LoIIiIn, .2(n1ary al. An apliti ?I onI ll for a (llhi. I' a. tol .s?au it3y L]a, IilI nl; , Io . lhalf of flarry 'Illhrl (thI, .1,: l rr t i ituaafontl hlfitut), wht o.t pr- t I c(talinad in an ityvl . ''l'h appli'a has ltten tteruno1rI, sust it hays Hn provisbsl thlnt (l illn liry shall h, condueted with a jury.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909

Bpedial Advartdementa. Why! Why! Why is the "'ORIENTAL" GOLDEN TIPS TEA SO POPULAR IN THOUSANDS OF QUEENSLAND HOMES? I. BECAUSE it is Mountain-grown CEYLON TEA of wonderful richness and delicacy of flavour. 2. BECAUSE its Invigorating and Refreshing Qualities render it pre-eminently THE Tea forQueensland 3. BECAUSE it is more economical than ordinary Teas OBTAINABLE FROM ALL GROCERS AND STOREKEEPERS I. 6• - PER LB. - iS. 0D. 'F. A. WHITEHEAD, Photographer, BRISBANE-STREET. ALL THAT IS NEWEST AND 'BEST IN HIGH CLASS PHOTOGRAPHY. "I7 E speciary recommend, our Beautiful ARISTO PORTRAITS, which are prco TV sgainst inEects. See Specimens in Vestibu'e. (ESTABLISHED 1869.) Reed's Furnishing House Special ChristmaslFurniture. IMMENSE STOCK TO SELECT FROM. THR BEST VALUE INTHE CITY FOR . CASH OR TIME PAYMkNT. ADDRESS : Adjoining "Queensland Times" Office., " BRISBANE-STREET, IPSWICH. 27. I. On Sale Id. tBHE Daily Issue of the "QUEENS LAND. TIMES" is on Sale at the following Agencies. TOWN. B...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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THE SIZE OF CORN-SACKS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909

TIll SIZE (WI ItflSt -ACK1S. tlaililie t ii' I, i h li-- 1 11 1111111 tra?ulch of the ('iuun':i . ofI .A.'lii l tIri' iiit the neiit iitnd Iy ý mull tin± of tii .,.o.ril ? Iof i. i .h utlln r (Say I thi l l". - i.o rn. ".\r.s").i )i Th:li I rit h:In hri?nth will hria i*l) th, natt. r 1yi ('h:umnbr of .\Ari'ultur," hb' writte, to to a ',, rtl in if it trill o t.?nu ni' ?tt: with its r? .n-ti?t ' it. ati lind nitl {rumt th.,I if th""v w ill '," jirI·o ,I t i s llllh?lrl hby ,"ont'ililt attim . oldi if S1 i l t 'i;it l?t.lnt,1: a . (tlI' o lu lit lu t ? "l1 S-ii. ii : t t '' i:"l " :t : Iii "ur n i ? t ii i th.i . vali:i liy of ti"?i he ?,t l ( inrnu i,. nlth t"- t tn? ti~n i- ,riltiinit | ijake ?,iI to initiate suchl a test ac tioi.'"

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POUNDING THE PEACEMAKER. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909

POUNDING THE PEACEMAKER. --3-+-- The Blenign Person approached a mass of struggling juvenile cricket erls, le wiped .his spectacles, and looked again. " Seems lnore like a football scruml," he imuriiuiied. Then lie interfered. "loys," lie exclaimed, addressing the crowd- of shirtL-sleeved young stein, all of ,t hoam appeared to be IellL on Ilssacritl? solme ellteg3' ;woathied in white--"loys, aren't you ishamedlor to I beat thatl noble fellow ? I-Ie lihas roille mulonog you, I can see it. to settle your disputes, garbed in the robes of peace, and peacemaiakers. mII childtrel,, are ever worthy of rc sleet." 'IThere ?;is n silence. then: " Peacemaker ?" -exclaintled the homi captain. "Peaceiaker ? 'E .tin't nt peceaker, gv''no'r-'e's tihe umipire !" \Wheretupon the li]nign Person wiped h!is spet"tcles olive more, andl sadly ,leparted. 'I woulld dte for 3tou," exclaimned her lover, paissionately. "O, don'l " 'she answered. in ilarllm, "'I like or hair and mous .iti_ so Ilimliudi l LLr ...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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DAIRYING AT BYRON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909

I)RAIRING AT R)YJON. BA'. At a meent s of the dlreetors of thi', North ('Coasut Co-operative Com: pany, on the 13th instant, tlhe busi uews for lust month shoe?sd. that the eomll?pny had manulllll cturl I21. tons of butter, an:l paidl dairy farmivrs "id per lb for first-class mnul s"l per lb' for recond-elass. 'h' Sydney t.market for lbutter advanced 4s .during the month, and london prices stood 1ill0s :l. The company's brands had a good name on the latter -inurket. The perC?n11ta1g of .'eond quality swas lou' for the lime of the year, 'but the ismaigement report cautitmod dairy men with holding back too long in ,u'ntr weather. The price for bacon is lirim, and tihe supply of pigs is good. Suppliers were paid for pork 5Wd.

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
WHAT ENGLAND OWES TO THE KING. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909

WHAT ENGLAND OWES TO THE KING. Mr. J. Ellis Barker, in the "Nine tcenth Century," remarks that the most striking feature of King Ed ward's reign lies in the change which it has brought about in our fot egn policy. Formerly, history used to be made at Vienna,, St. Petersburg, or Constantinople; it is now made at London. "The London Embassy has become the most impor tant Embassy of foreign States. The ;reat changes which have taken place in Great Britain's foreign policy and international position during the King's reign have made a far greater impression abroad than in this country. "Mr. Barker points' out that the change which the King's policy has effected in Anglo-Russian relations has already borne fruit. "Russia naight have created con siderable difficulties for Great Bri tain in Persia, Afghanistan, and Thi bet, and she might have added to our recent troubles in India, had she undoubtedly would have done in sinmilar circumstances a few years ago. During the last two years there...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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AGRICULTURE AT THE UNIVERSITY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909

A(iIICULT¶1l' , AT T'L-E UNliVER sIT'Y. So?en tmre ago (says the Sydney "'lDily T'llgraplt") a deplltatioll wait o:1 on the Mi3lister for Agr'iculture with reference to the lestablisbllnalnt of u Chair of Agrileulturle uit,11 of Vetlrinary Scilc?e at thue UnLivait.y, ro:uestll ng that the classe, should Ihe held at nigh lim1e for thell aonullllo dution of 'vening students. '1te tidalis+ ter is d~vircus of ascertaining whe?th er theare would lhe a s.uttienrlt num Ier' of gentlemenl wisthing 'to atteld the night lecturcr to justify him in gingll the Seilate that such lan art' allgllllell u nid. lie would thill'e for Iiler tihons.e ho are iltonodiIg talking i? p this course to cOIImunicate at oln'? with the Under-s'cretl'ry for Agricult ure, intinating wlsethr l' t would hie more collnnient for tOhem to? tenlll as day -stlludntllhs or eent'llll students, and giving full liarlticul-tar as to th1:.r rilu'enlur nts and oljects in View. With full informatioln ilriore hin lie will hxe ill a...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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THE CARNIVAL OF THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909

THE CARNIVAL OF'THiE SEA.' It was Jules Janin, the eminent Prench w'itoer, who first called the. lobster' "the marine Cardinal," re ferring to its red shell, ,although. he can hardly h'ave thought that it Was of that brilliant hue when alive.. Nevertheless, some .people are won drous inpoccnt, and only the other day a young lady went to a fancy dress ball as a fisher-girl, with a net over her shoulder, and in the net a couple of bright-red lobsters. When she was asked where sh .had' boiled them, she was quite indignant. VWIlY RED ? Why do lobsters turn red ? .Thqe "Lancet" says the reason moay be that the black pigment of the lobster! is an iron compound in the lower state of oxidation, a?hich bTdioii '' oxidises to the higher state. What ever the cause, it is a very beautiful colour, and lioets have made use of it as a smile. In Butler's "Hudi bras" one reads : The sun had long since in the lap Of Thetis taken out his nap, And like a lobster boiled, the morn : From black to red beg...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Ipswich, Australia (Qld)
METHODS OF APPLYING MANURE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909

N1ETIflShI 1 O .A1PP!AGI l1ANUR.lt It hafs ,ien cnimonly assumild lt~lat t.h effl'~tivenless :f iomaiae'l i increia ,3 i,- rottintg. (Old Jlooks on agirlied inr,, and eslwcially on g.ardenfing, 4:ou?n?i ia ulvice' to use only Will-rotted a1111u11i'". , 'ill: ill m(tlll ods to la'itlg it to this e Collection. ]nv'istiga tiol show linthat the tion of rotted mlanurl' niay soiii'tiiis nlla jOin ias many pounds of fertiising constitu n'Iis5 ias the ton of fryshl nalrllre, a?-d so long as thelse.. in'estiiations did not <o into the: question of th," ecom pa'rative availahility of the constitat .ts in tih', two) fIll<Is o(f alaulllre, it wits e:asy to imiaginii that rot'td ilmnure I hl t lbe more ll a lua tl iile than Whe'e? r the constitui?nts of roited 1m11111"' are r.,ally mir' valuable pound for pound than those of f+'.sh mamlre has 1115n shown hy tb h work of Ir. es of thell Ohioii station to lbe depnllldent uilpon whtrllt the rot • iolditillns as to avoid all lo...

Publication Title: Queensland Times
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THE COMING REVOLUTION. A MIGHTIER FORCE THAN SOCIALISM. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909

I) E GOMING REVOLUTION. --+-- A ?IGIITI?ER FORCE J'IIAN SOCIALISM. That radical reconstruction of so ciety to which so m'any revolution ists look forw\ard-whether that re conlstruction he socialistic or anar chical-will not 1:e accomplished by force of arl'ls or passive resistance if the conclusion lo which Dr. Ho bert lirneiedy I)Duncan leads us be a soundii otne, but it will be acIconl pli.she*l through the irresistible might of rlhelistry'. Dr. ])uncan says that a social revolution has begun in Germany. It is a social revolution soonll to spread'throughout our globe. The socialists hate nothing to do with ii. The revolution is spread ing silently because wealllhy mln have a vested interest in concealing it. "During the next five years," Dr. D)uncan has just stated, "the small lamllufacturerlI who is swept. out of existence will often wonder why. lie will ascribe it to tite economy of large scale operations, or businss intirgucs, or what not., never klnow ing that his disaster was...

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Poultry Notes. HEAVY-BREED LAYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909

Poultry Notes. iE' lAVY-BRiEED LIAYERS. Inst week a correspondent incident ally referral to the fact that as lay aut our South Australian heavy?in 'ytads are, inferior to those of the other States (writis "Jlcarlshell" in thelA &te 1kidl "Observer"). This is a true bill. Our highest totil frion the heavy hbrigade in public omplietitio is 1242, whi:h score iwas illailc Jut yyear inl the li;oewiorthy compenllltition y silver W~\y andot-es. The highest scores recorded in ith other 'Siates are the 14- litnile In' llngs.hins at ]tuwnkesbury and 144]1 made by tblck Orpingtons at Rtilekdsli, hnlth in New South Wales. In Weate-r Australin goldens Wyan dititet got 14111 last year. The first Inolled two seloirs are tihe lest scord .,d in Au.stralia drosit heavy broads, but nsuiserous other totals have been naide whilh are litter than all-yt.ini we have put iup. Taking .luf and black OrpLingut ns iad eilver. golden, al whllite W uyaldote i, ls fairly repro sen4itilg thle iheavy bleo wh...

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Railway Time-Table. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909

Railway Time-Table. -:o:o Trains will run in aooordanoe with the following time-table: BISBANE-IPSWICH LINE. Leave Arrive Leave Arrive Ipswich. Brisbane. Brisbane. Ipswich. a.m. a.m. a.m. am. 7.0 8.14 6.35 7.45 7.50 8.58 7.15 8.25 9.25 10.39 117.50 8.38 p.m. 10.5 11.25 11.14 12.23 p.m. p.m. p.m. 12 30 1.45 '12.55 2.9 2.30 8.45 11.10 2.25 2.55 3.53 '2.20 8.34 4.40 5.49 12.50 4.5 '5.20 6.25 4.15 5.29 46.0 7.5 5.5 6.12 6.15 7 30 6.20 7.40 8.0 9.15 ls8.15 9.0 10.30 11.4i. 8.23 9.35 a.m. 9.6 10.5 11.10 12 25 10.0 11.16 *Except Saturday. tSaturday only. SSydney Mail Train. SUNDAYS ONLY. Leave Arrive Leave Arrive Ipswich Brisbane. Brisbane. Ipswich a~m. a.i, a.m. a.i. 7.35 8.55 6.50 8.0 9.20 : 10.43 tf7.50 8 35 9.10 10.30) p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. 12.55 2.15 . 2.45 4.5 7.45 . 9.5 sf5.35 7.0 fft8.25 915 6.5 7 2> 9.12 10.20 9.15 10.83 ttSydney Mail Train. :tToowoomba goods train with passengee carriages attached. Fares.-Ipswich to Brisbane-Return First-class, Gs; "?econd-olass, 4;. Single. Fir...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909

i iThe Famous Remedy for Coughs, Bronchitis, Pneumonia, Pleurisy, Asthma SConsumption. Those who have Itken this emlicine :re amnzed ni. its splolii'l heaIling ipower. sI(l'uleers from Blronchitis, Cough, Croup, Asthma, Difficulty of ]reatlhirg, HIoaFemeness, Pain or ,lro'iiro' in the Chest, expt'ri]lce ?idligh tfil and rp''id relief; nild to those who are subject to Colai on the Chest it is invaluable, as it (fl'eets a, complrnlte clite. It is most. omit'lrti?g in :illeyig Trritation in the Throat and giving Strength io the Voice, and] it neither allo ws a conhl nor Asthma. to l i.inine cihronlie, imr Coisumpation toI develop. Consumlptioln is not, known 'where "Coughs" have, on their first apera'ance, bhoe lt iprt'ly 'ltlt with,, this niediCine. No h??Ce should beI without it, as, taken at the beginning, a dose or two is generally ithlieiett, aid a complete cure is crlt.ain. Small Size, 2/6; Large Size, 4/6. Sold hr all Chemistls and Medicine Vendors, and lIy the Proprietor, W. G....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times — 20 January 1909

Busel ne Announememnts. H dson's ":Eumenthol Jujubes" Contain no cocaine or other poisonous drug. Suited For the v for old and young. For Cough., Colds. Sore Throats, Bronchitis, Influenza, and the Prevention VOICE A of Coumption. OIC I What the Medical World says : - .The " ancet" :-Proved to be as cffective THROAT i bocterleidally as is creosote. This report from the "Lancet" laboratory is un- LUNGS I B doubted evidence of the value of Eumenthol Jeabhee an antiseptic The "Practiti?ter" :-Useful in tonsillitis, A. The Larynx, or 'organ of ,pharnygitis, and similar ailments voice. 'The "? Medical Prees and Circular" :-Of special B. The. Trachea, or Wind aerv'.e to public speakers and singers. .pip. C h i U's?it Tab3s of Ask for HUD30N'. Sold only in Tine. a di sected lung. D. A lobe of one of the S Price, is 3. , lungs. C&UTION.-The Ltgrge Sale for " EUMENTHOL JUJUBES' has led to a number f imitatioisibeing manilactured under the names of Menthol and other Jujubes. T"he word...

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