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RECENT PROGRESS IN MICROSCOPY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 June 1880

KECENT PEOGEESS IN MICEOS COPY. At the seoond annual reo?ption ol the Now York Microscopical Society, tbe retiriifg president, Mr. J. D Hyatt, gave a brief ac count of the present oonditiou, prospeots, and rc-oent progress of microiio.ipy. After referring to the success of the Continental makers of objectives ytars ago in attaining a certain mediocrity in the manufaoturo of k'uues, Mr. Hyatt ssid that of late they have boea altogether distanced in optical science by Eeglish and American opticians. The principal feature of udvance during tho past year was tho Celebrated 'Abies oil-immersion objective. Tho formula for tho Zeiss lens was worked out by Prof. Abbe, of tho Uuivorsity of Jena, whose brilliant discovery, iu tho hands of tho expert optician whose name it bears (Karl Zeiss), has startled the microscopical world with results not hitherto obtained, even with Powell and Laland's famous one-fiftieth. According to reliable accounts, saia Mr. Hyatt, tne pertormanees of this lens ar...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Cable Intelligence. London June 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 June 1880

Cat-Ie Bmiella^eajco. {From the Herald.) London Juno 18. In tho Houso of ? Comni'ons, ' to-night, Mr. O'DonnoU's umondmont question', in regard to i tlio appointment, 'Of M.v do jTjiincou^ led,{tp, a i ?wrangle with, tho Speakor who :,hnd altered it.ii The i Spe.akor . thrcatoiiedi O.'Ponnoil.invho: sud-. : denly loft tlio ..-Houee,: ithqut .put tin g , ( » tho , question, and amidst, ironiculchaorB., I At j Pi'ovidonco! (America) f)Vallnco Epss boat ITanlan, Boyd.i aiid, olhois ill a; sculling match. Hanlan .sto])ped,.,rpwmg; ,t-oioro tho contost mpi ovor. hiiying.neeii talvOUiiU;-,-v ,t.-;r Tenders aw, inviteiLfoiva loan of . £(10, 000, ,for,, tlio construction of .harbour works i^b Wanganui , New Zealand. Tho' louVi is to'boar lntorost at( tho rate of G per cont. por. annuiuv 1 ?.'.?» ' ' In tho Houso .of Comui(jnsrNto-mght, Sir, Wilfred '-Lawson » apiirf-^brought'-* forwn rd 'liiu' resolutions nllirniiiigtho:pi'inciplo ol local option in regard kto tlio ,rnunibor;.of . public-ho...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Humour. EXCITED HIS CURIOSITY [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 June 1880

1§MWM. EXCITED HIS CURIOSITY ' Deadwood,' said tho stranger, putting down his half-eaton elico of lemon pio and taking a long pull at tho milk, ' f went thero whon tho first rush w»b made for tho hills. Kathcr a rough town tho first lot, ? you botj moro wliolosomo now. Whon I got. thoro I was doad broke — didn't have a dollar, didn't havo a revolvor, whioh a man 11 oiion noea out tnore worm u » ? moal'e vittlcs. I waa prob'ly tho only man in tho liilla who didn't oarry a firearm, an* I was somo lonosomo, I tell you. The only weapon I had — I'm a blaokamlth — waa ft rasp, a heavy file, you know, 'bout eighteen inches long, whioli I carried down my baok, the handle in oasy reaoh juat bolow my ooat collar. UndurstandP Liko the Ar kansaw man oarrioa his bowio knife. I'm not exactly a temperanoo man. I juib don't drink nn' don't meddle with any other man's drinking — that's all. Ono day — I hedn't beon in Deadwood more'a a. week — I was sittin' in-o e'loon— ^only plsos a man kin sot to b...

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Household. THINGS THAT WOMEN WANT TO KNOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 June 1880

[?] THINGS THAT WOMEN WANT TO KNOW. Eaas often turn blaok whon boiled hard. If they aro put in boiling wator ton minutes, aud ?hen into cold wator, tho yolk will rouniiu a bright yellow. A shallow, and almost squaro dish of cut or engraved glass, supported by a silver standard, is among tho latest pattorus in the ico cream dishes. Tho dishes mav bo either of white or coloured glass. Woven petticoats, thut now como for littlo girls as woll as women, in attractive patterns auti uright colours, aro rast taking the place of ilaunel. They aro not so liable to shrink in -washing, and whilo light in weight they cling to tho tiguro and inako a very warm garment. A fact worth remembering in conncction with sealskin is that after it has boon exposed to rain or suow it should bo first well shaken, and thon hung up to dry in a room whero there is no artificial lioat. If dried by a firo or furnace heat tho fur becomes matted togothor and defaced. Mirrors'for tho boudoir at present divid ing tho ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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BLODGERS AS A MECHANICAL GENIUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 24 June 1880

BLODGERS AS A MECHANICAL GENIUS. Blodoees had read considerable in tho papers how useful an artiole ia a family waa a olotbea-horse. Kuowing too well tho parsimonious temporaturo of Mrs* Blodgers, - he feared to bcoome a purobaser aud finally oonoluded to construct one. Ab to the shape, form or pattren, he was entirely at sea, aud 11 C036 Him a UOHBlUUIUUlU HlUUUUi WM sideration ere ho ultimately settled tho question that it ought to assume the form of a four-footod quudrupod. Mrs. Blodger's natal day being cIobo at hand, Blodgera thought that this would bo a splendid oppor tunity for presenting to his worthy spnnse. an artiole of sueh usefulness aa well aB a souvonir of his ability aud genius. Hia first operation was to olear out the wood-shed so as to nflord amplo room to work ana to stop up all orevioes to prevent, prying eyes from inspecting his labour.' Blodgerewas up betimes tho lolloning morning aud Been coming staggering up tho streot under the weight of a large log of wood ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Science. CAMEO SHELLS AND CAMEO CUTTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 July 1880

[?] CAMEO SHELLS AND CAMEO CUTTING. TnE word cameo is derived from tho Arabio, and is equivalent in Bonification to baHH relief. It was originally restiiotod to hard atones, suob as oujx, sardonyx, oto,, eu grnved in relief, but the term has since been extonilod to ino'ude, gomB out on shell, lava, and other Bubstano'op. Certain descriptions of univalve shells aro well adopted for oamoo oatting, from tbeir substanoo being mailo up of dilTi-rent ooloured loyors, and also from a difference of hardness and texture, end tbe various layers— somo approaching moro nearly to tho nature of a naoreous than of a porcelanous material. The good workman always oarefully puts his work on the shell in suoli a manner that tho direction of tho lamina) of thd central ooat is longitudinal, In oamooB the oentrol layer fotms tho body of the relief,, the inner layer boing the grouud, and tho outer tho tbird or superficial colour, whioh is somstimos nsed t-- give a varied sppearacos to the surface of tbe f...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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INDECISION. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 July 1880

. INDECISION. So many drcams and fancies creep ? , ? ? Around tho vision sweet and faro, - ! In .the long vigils that I keep ' While framing a fond lover's prayer To that one maid whoso radiant glance ? Seems . b« ighter- far than all, the rest, Tho ono of whom 1 say, *' Perchance H\»r gathered life will make me blest/' That, after all, I seem to think, 'Why Bhould her beauty bo. mine own ? Beneath my touch the light might shrink That shines so fair and pure alone. - I've thought for weeks — am thinking yet— I wonder if yon glittering star So high in heaven's ether set Had not much rather gleam afar. I wonder if the glowing rose Is happier on a maiden's breast Tlan wuen it in the garden%grows, A lovely blosBoin 'mid the rest. \ Tou say, perhaps, ' The wisest way Is just to givo the maid a voice.' If she said ' Yes?' Day follow* day— In future years would we rejoice P Diphtheria in Russia is reported to be more tommy fatal than tbe plague whioh alarmed that oountry bo muoti about a y...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Sketcher. TALES OF THE TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 July 1880

[?] TALES OF THE TELEGRAPH. - RiDDLE-r.riDiNa, bo popular as a re-, orca inn with young ladiea just now, is literally* part and pircel ot a newspaper ' editor's daily work; but ia his onse the puzzl03 to bo Bolvtd must bo solved imme diately they aro proposed; thoro is do setting them aside f-r leisure considera tion. Correspondents of tho press when they use tho telegraph are in tbo habit, for economical reasons, of dispensing with articles, prepositions, and conjunctions ; ' while punctuation is perforoa ouh of the question. Their com mnnipations, conse quently, are not always to be -read aright at eight; aud should the telegraph clerk, from haste or ignorance or malice, com plicate matters by mistakes of commission or omission, tbe result is likely' to be more exciting than pleasing to tho editor, or his sub, who has — at the shortest notice — to make Eente out of sontense, 'knowing if he should happen to blunder, somebody will certainly let the public know it. When Mr. Keuter, d...

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ANY LETTERS FOR THE WATTSES? [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 July 1880

I rANY LETTERS FOR THE ' WATTSES ? A LANTERN-TATTED young man stopped at the post-office last Saturday, . aud yelled out.: . ,, Anything, for the Watises ?' George Poteet, our polite postmaster, replied, ' No, there is- not.' ' Anything: for Jane Watts ?' ' Nothing.' ' Anything for Aoe Watts P' „ No.' ' A nytbing for Bill Watts ?' 'No, sir.' ' Anything for Tom Watts P' . 'No, nothing.' 'Anything for 'Fool Joe' Waits P' ? ? 'No, nor Dick Watts, nor Jim Watts, nor Sweet Watts, nor any other Watts, dead, living, unborn, native, foreign, oiviliBed or uncivilised, savage or bar- .. barous, male (it female, whito or black, franchised or disfranchised, naturalised or otherwise. No,'- there is positively nothing for any of the Wattses, either , individually, severally, jointly, now. and ? forever, one and inseparable.' The boy looked at the postmaster in astonishment, and said : 'Please look if there is anything for John Thomas Watts ?' An Eloquent Passage. — The following is from the gifte...

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THE OTHER WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 July 1880

THE OTHER WORLD. It lies around us like a cloud, A world we do not see ; Yet the sweet closing of an eye May bring us there, to bo. Its gentle breezes fan our cheek j Amid our worldly cares Its gentle voices whisper love, And mingle with our prayers. ? Sweet hearts around ua throb and beat, , Sweet helping hands are stirred, . And palpitates the veins between With breathings almost heard. The silence — awful, sweet and calm— They havo no power to break ; For mortal words are not for them To utter or partake. So thin, so Boft, so sweet they glide, So near to press they Beem — They seem to lull us to our rest. And Tiielt into our dream. - And in the hush of rest they bring 'Tis easy now to see How lovely and how sweet a paBB The hour of death may be. ? To olose the eye, and close the ear, Wrapped in a trance of bliss, And geptly dream in loving turns To swoon to' tbat — fiom this. ? , Scarce knowing if we wake or sleep, Scarce asking where we axe, To feel all evil Bink away, . All sor...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 July 1880

'??That tlie time has come when the agricul ' turnl. and pastoral occupants of the colony . should devise somo means of scouring a . moro extended market for their products, is ?v. demonstrated in sufficient clearness by the i. stagnation which has overtaken every kind -of industry for sometime past, and also by ' the limited demand, oven when the supply ' —notoriously that of meat— lias been very ; much diminished by the dry season from '76 to '79. ? The principal base of commerce in; this country is its agricultural and; pastoral . products. Of these two. industries Shoal j ?; liaven is a partial representative. Though' . .('it doesmot produco any wool, and' no meat «? for export beyond our own. district, -such, as ? it docs produco in grain or: live stock,; is so far. affocted by the generitiLconditioifis.of thb -A prevailing depression, .that its effects, must: . . be .? sensibly, felt by o'yery. member of the ,, .community. . It is the same in. other, coun ri,i tries. ? ? ? If ...

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A CLOSE SHAVE. A PRISON BARBER WHO MEANT MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 July 1880

A CLOSE SHAVE. X FSISON DillBEn WHO UEAKI MUBSEn. You can readily understand why a news-.] paper man wonld be attracted to vistt a State prison, but you may well wonder why be should seek permission for the prison barber to shave bim, when he knew that barber to be a murderer serving a life sentenoe ; yet in the composition of moat men there is a yearning to tread upon tbe skirts of adventure — to Btand, as it were, olose to the edge ef some abyss down whioh a full would be cer tain destruction. All men will takeehanoes, but some men will risk everything when this feeling la upon tbem. * ' So you want old Jaok to Bhave you 7' repeated the warden as a look ot astonish ment crossed hiB face. ' Yes.' ' Don't you know that he^is a murderer?' ' Yob.' ' And in for life ?' 'Yea.' ' Ooh 1 I'd sooner have a snake crawling over my faoe than his blaok fingers, wbioh cut the throat of his wife and two obildren 1 What is to prevent him from slashing your jugular vein ?' . 'Nothing I' '? Yet you ...

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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, 2 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 July 1880

Telegraphic Intcll^cucc. [FBOil Oim COKUESrONDEXT.] SYDNEY. Wednesday, 2 r.M. To-day's cablegram state that a rapturo has occurred between the Vatican and tho Belgian Government regarding tho Public Instruction question, conscquontly diplomatic relations aro ' suspended ; that tlio rebels havo surrounded Buenous Ayrea, demanding its snrromler, or thoy will fire the city ; that our criekotors have so lar tho best ot it in tho match against tho Harrow team. 1 ' Tho littlo girl shot in the IColly affray died ynaterday. Tho Houso, last night, passed tho duty on wool and tax on cattle resolutions by majorities of 8 for tho former, and 10 for tho latter.— Tho railway agents aud axictioneers at a public meoting decided to chargo sixpenco on every consignment, to cover stamp duty. No chango in produco ; market ' businoss exceedingly dull.

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IN HARD STRAITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 July 1880

IN HARD STRAITS. ' Ninb o'olook,,sor, an' the hot wather, an' is it the rest of the baoon ye'd be afther hovin' for breakfast ?' * ' Will ic sot be too muoh, Bridget?' ' Sorra a bit, aor.' 'Very well.' And with a half groan, I, Basil Hathaway, sprang'out of bed, and proceeded to array myself in unexceptional ooBtume — trousers, vest, and frock-ooat. My ouly ones, alaB ! an accommodating ? relative, tomo twenty doors off, had taken obnrge of shabbier garments, one by one, kindly advanoing sundry moneys thereon. Three of us were there in the same plight — old Eotaool-drawrt and old obnmB, now thrown together in manhoud by the oapriae of Dame Fortune; and fighting, shoulder to shoulder, the great battle of life in the great oity. Ab I dressed, one of the trio, Hal Trevor, oamo bounding by three at a time up tbe. worm-eaten stairs. He was fresh from morning leoture at the hospital, and hungry as a hunter, I thought, with a shudder. I heard hiB obeerful greeting of Jack Hornsey, hard at ...

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Commercial Intelligence. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Sydney Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 July 1880

Commercial Intellisencc. [by electric telegraph.] Sydney Markets. Lucerno hay (green), £4 15s to £5 ; maizoi - Is 1 Od per bushel ; best bacon, 6d per lb ; eggs, lOd to' Is per dozen ; butter, 4d to lOd per lb ; fowls, 2s 6d to 2s 9(1 por pair ; ducks, 3s to Js Gd ; geeso, os to 6? ; turkoys, 6s to 8s.

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Nobelist DENIS DEVINE THE AUSTRALIAN GIL BLAS, CHAPTER XIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 July 1880

$sklM. DENIS DEVINE; THE AUSTRALIAN- GIL BLAS, -► *BY GROSVENOR BTJNSTER, Author of 'Mark Fellon,' ' Ut- Wins Who ? : Waits' il jlbel Jlradleg,' §c. , §c. CHAPTER XVIII. v months following Donia's de - parture - for Australia, Air, Trumpa might bavo been seoumhjaetioally wullting down the High-street of Pomdge Town, on business . intent..' Two irreconcilable old paupera bad ?died upon tbo previous night, aud Mr. Tramps was on bia way to report tbo fact to ? tbe undertaker. Aa bo proceeded, bo en ':'?-.?? :«onai«ed Sergeant Tuvp, tbo bead of the detaobinont of polioe— f„nr in number— which preserved law and ordor in tbe town . 5?11 di««riot. Mr, Tupp was as tall, and aa dignified,, and us pompous aa Mr. Trumpt . biwsblf, wLioh la uu yiug a good deal,* inaemuQb aa fow men, whether of th, past. or present, oould bavo vied with Mr. . Turnips iu oeporiuicnt and bearing. In .. deed, Mr. Trumpa bad moaeiled biB manner very touch upou that ol r.ho lirtt (?omletnau - I' Europe, whoso kingly ...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 July 1880

[?] , v.Yaiwal.— Wo learn from the manager, that tho. crushing of the Pinnaclo Company's stone commenced on Friday last, and that' up till Tuesday, wlion our informant camo from Yalwal, tho tables looked woll for' 3 ozs. to the ton.-;.,,- : , ... ? j llEDUOTION :'IN SCALE:. -OP.- PltEIOHTS.— ' \Vo I understand that a nutnorously signed requisition I to tho I. S. N. Co.'s Directory, is now at tho ' residence of Sir. Aldorman Grav, JTowra, who. is still obtaining : signatures. Tho roquost' is 1 based on tho ^inferiority of this year's yield of ? crops, and on tho low prices obtainable for all fai m pi odnco. i ' ' ' ..Con'oert.—Wo would remind', readers that tho coucort, as notifiod :in : our , advertising' col umns, takes placo to-night. Some alterations a]ipoar_.in, tho'.progrnmmo, which, it will 'ho seon, bids fair to bo ono of tho bost-concorts held' in tho district. A largo number of tickets are already sold, aud it will.ho well for those who ?wish to.- secure .tlioir seats to bo...

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Poetry. LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 July 1880

froirg. LIFE. Shout dajB flying, nwilt years rolling , ^Downward toward eternity : -,Eru we uudoiatand out longings Oit iliu opun gruvo wo out. Ourea and wisbos orowd together, . Changing ever in tbo bteaat : , /With thu morning oomes (ha knowledge, Juy iu, filled cud givo uo real, ? SobtmoB o( lUo and plans for living Fancy bids us ever try, But their aweot fulfilment never Briuga uo thai for wbioh wb eigb, ... Young, wo fnuoy pleasure deathjoag, A fur-atietolnng wonder-land ; i . , Boon ii fades, and aorioiv follows; . . On tho dosert wuute wo Btund. Yes, from out tho brightest morning Oft we liurvoat litter puiu, Jdya soon past, or lightly gathored-— Life ao fiuttieaa aud bo vuiu 1 Ab 1 what woury hours. of longing ?r.f'.v- ? 'Lost ocoauion brings tbo mind I . How tho wonnded Bottl may languish, W Novor balm or healing find I Then when evouing climes cn thee, Weep not as ihwo honrs depart ; Only peiioj aud holy stillness . Gatbtr olouo wiilun ihiuo heart. , Then, the woes of lite...

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Central Shonlhaven Municipal Council. TERRARA, TUESDAY, JUNE 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 July 1880

Central Shnallistvcii Municipal ' Conztcil. Teiirara, Tuesday, June 28. The Council mot at tho Chambers, ?Torrara,.nt; 2.30 p.m. Presont, tho full Council, pxcoptiiig' Aldorman Emery. Tho minutos of previous mooting woro read and confinnod.— Correspon- dence outwards comprised ono lottor ; from', the Mayor to tho momber for tho district, sotting; forth tho desuablotioss of obtaining a gnuit of money from Government to cloar and build cul verts on tho Warri Warii - road from Worragee toward Jervis Bay, that being, tho shortest route from Shoalhaven to, the Bay, and also .tlio road upon which the contemplated, railroad , from Canibewarra mountain*' to.'Jqrvis Bay will be, laid . Inward, from Mr. John llosoby,' M.I/. Ai , ' acknowledging receipt of tho :abovb, that ho had forwarded it to the 'Ministor. of 'Minos,; with 'a strong recommendation,' and tlint .upon, his receipt of flio'Miiiistor's docisioit siioli would be duly communicated 'to tho Mayor;— In'mis-. cellaneous businoss, Ald...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 1 July 1880

Tiie Man who Vouds or Imports. — As many do, an imitation or counterfeit of a populai medicinal cordial drunk by thousands, knowing what lio vonds or imports to ho a pornicious urticlo, dosorves summary punishment. Beware of so-called tonics and diuretics recommended as better than or tho samo as Udolpho 'Wolfe's Schiodain Aromatic 'Schnapps, and purchase none hut the gonuino preparation.— Adv. : Holloway's Pills;— EnFeoblcd Existonco.— This.medieino embraces ovory attribute required in a gonoral and doinostio remedy, it overturns tho foundations of disoaso laid by dofectivo food and impure air. In obstructions or congestions of tho liver, lungs, bowels, or any other organs these Pills liro especially sorviceabloand eminently successful. They, should bo kopt in readiness in evory family, being a mo'dicino of incomparable utility for i young persons', especially those of I'eoble constitutions. Thoy novel- cause pain or irritate, tho most. sonsitivo-norves or most tender bowels. Hollo...

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