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SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 10 January 1872

SHIPPING. The South Australian steamer Telegraph and barge arrived from Goolwn, on ;tbe 81st ult, disposed of her cnrsrn, and left on Friday, the 5th inst, with 250 bqles of wool for Ecliuca. The Providence, also fro'o Goolwn. with a large cargo, arrived on Saturday, and sailed I for South Australia this morning. j Echijca, Jan u — Mumimlnd^ee and barge j armTed from i'av, xviih 450 bales wo; 1. Pearl and barge sailed for Hay, with 85 tons ' of cargo and ten passengers. — Riverine j Herald, !

Publication Title: Hay Standard And Advertiser For Balranald, Wentworth, Maude, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MONT CENIS TUNNEL. THE LOCATION HISTORY, AND CONSTRUCTION OF THE GREAT ALPINE TUNNEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 17 January 1872

THE MONT CENTS TUNNEL. I TllJi -LOCATION, HiSlOUY, AND CONS'filUC- j 'HON Or 'ill E CHEAT aIJ'JXK TUNNEL. ; *1 he Mont Cenis Tunnel may j no w be named with the Suez Canal, j tne Pacific railroad, and the Atlantic j cables, in recording the great en- i ter prises begun and completed wuthin the last filteen years. Trains are now constantly passing through it, and on Monday, in the presence ot a distinguished assemblage, it i will be formally opened. The Tri- j bune has already (November 22, I 1870) given full particulars of this i great work, acquired- during a per- j sonai visit while it was yet incorn- j plete. Yv e supplement that report j oy the following account, em - j bodying all the important facts connected with the great enterprise: The need of an unbroken high way between France and Italj^ has j been strikingly obvious since the j railroad lines approached their res- ! pective frontiers. Arriving b}~ rail from Paris, the traveller bound for Italy hitherto proceeded from St...

Publication Title: Hay Standard And Advertiser For Balranald, Wentworth, Maude, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 17 January 1872

WE s L v Y C ft L 1. E G L Si. Kii'ia SJoail. Melbourne, l'leMtlflii ; iiev. james s. waugh. ! Mji-t- r; M. H. HIVING, Esq., it. a. Bushes wi J he r.-BU!ii.«-, alter the .Christmas iv ♦?8^, i-ii \\ edni-stltiv. the 24ili uf Jiinii:irv next NFW^wiVVi!*' to t'-nvop,vvi'n„siv. .NEW vXHOLALS ure requests i„ present thern SfUes to lie entered liy .he President. a,..! f.„ T'' ''V^ Hm(1 ******* ™ 'be forenoon «f A! on day and l«e*tJay, tke 2^nd ami 23r«l of Jfuuiniv. Prospectuses +n application to tho j-rP?i lent. * V?^,!lle'e is wi:!:ln uiinutV walk or the Pruhran lUhvny Station. 177-2-j CHUECH OF ENGLAND GIUMMA11 SCHOOL MELBoUliNE. Will re-npen w 24 th Januarv. Head Maj-ti;ii — Jiev. J. E. Brombv, D.D. Snppuited by a strong stuff of A^unt Masters. Terms fur Boarders: ? Abru« ]fi j-^ais ... . 24 guineas per quarter Between 12 and 1(5 ... aO Uuderl:} ? 30 ' IflSu Mb. JOSEPH BIRD BURGESS, ' PROFESSOR of MUSIC, and PIANOFORTE TUNliU. (Nearly eight years established ia the Riverine Di-trict)....

Publication Title: Hay Standard And Advertiser For Balranald, Wentworth, Maude, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 17 January 1872

ALMANACS. ,.-*V PRESBYTERIAN CALENDAR for 1S~2 -- Is SHEET ALMANACK .. .. .. At the Standard Office, Hay. BUSH READING. Q1X NEWSPAPERS from various parts of tb& three culmiitw. (5-t ; p«s?f-d 1«. At 3 be HAY STANDARD OFFICE, WANTED. \ N ASSISTANT ENGINE DRIVER;- also a -A. BL tuKSMl TEI, for Station. Applv to Mr. T. E. BLEWETT, 185-24 Storekeeper, H»y. A LECTURE ON MUSIC Will be delivered by it. CHARLES CATTON, £ At the :0-. FORESTER'S HALL^V ON TUtSBSDAY, l^tb instant, at S} sharp. SUBJECT: — MUSIC— mVH ILLUSTRATIONS, ADMISSION, *2s fid. 186-24 GEORGE BUTTERWORTH Is instructed by Mr. CHARLES MATHEWS, TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION ON FRIDAY, 19th JANUARY, ON THE PREMISES, at. 2 o'clock sharp; iho -v.holo of the EUltMTUBE of ih«j HAY RESTAURANT, Consisting of New Iron Bedsteads. Beddiug. TahWs. Toilet Sets. Pictures. Chairs. Mirrors. Crockery. Cooking Utensils, &c. .fce. TERMS, CASH.— WITHOUT RESERVE. 188-24. TO PUBLICANS, STOREKEEPERS, SMALL CAPITALISTS, AND OTHERS. For ...

Publication Title: Hay Standard And Advertiser For Balranald, Wentworth, Maude, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 17 January 1872

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. ( From ihe Ag -\) Sydney, -January 9th. — Mr. Dun can, the collector of customs, is at Goulburn to-dav, on his wav to Alburv, to make arrangements for the collection of dut ies all along the River Murray, on goods entering New South Wales from Victoria j Madame Ada States' concert in the ! exhibition building was a great success ; over 8000 people attended it ; the artists were all accorded a most hearty reception. The ex pedition to New Guinea is to sail to-morrow. The hon the Minister of Lands has signified his dis approval of the proclamation pro hibiting tlie import of cattle on account of disease. Mr. T. P. Hill, the elocutionist, has commenced business in Sydney. Mr. Bo wn (? }, I the fireman, is dead. An inquest was held to-day to inquire into the cause of the fire by which the Prince of Wales Theatre was burnt down. The jury returned a verdict that the fire originated accidentally. The recovery of the man Tosts is considered hopeless. The Univer sity rowers...

Publication Title: Hay Standard And Advertiser For Balranald, Wentworth, Maude, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GREAT FIRE AT SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 17 January 1872

GREAT FIRS AT SYDNEY. The absorbing topic of obser vation and thong hi since daylight on Saturday morning, has been the great fire % which the Prince of Wales's Theatre, a flour mill, and about a dozen houses in Brougham place and in King-street, were des troyed. It is long since so great a work of destruction has occurred in Sydney ; and, though ot course, j there is no comparison between this | calamity and those devastations caused Ity fire in Europe and Am erica, which have been the subjects of commiseration over the whole world during the last few months, the more limited disaster, being close afc han J, awakens for the time # keener sensation throughout this ?community than those gigantic tribulations. As yet, the origin of this fire is unknown. The inquiry held this morning at the inquest on the body of Mr. Coates, will be the com mencement of investigations that may stretch over a considerable period ; it may be long before public curiosity is either satisfied or worn out. F...

Publication Title: Hay Standard And Advertiser For Balranald, Wentworth, Maude, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 17 January 1872

As rlHE Standard is sent to all persons in the town of Hay and district, the proprietors of the paper would feel thankful if those who do not wish to' become subscribers would infimate the same to the manager of the Journal. The pro prietors respectfully notify that each of those who do not reply will be considered as a subscriber, and charged accordingly with the amount of the subscription. Every respectable person is interested in * the publication of a well-conducted JL journal which is so essential for the «&- protection and advancement of the jBtiyjublic interests ; for this reason it is |BHnpped that all will take- the paper iiraKw^ho can afford to pay for it. ||§»i^ Advertisements received to 6 pm on Tuesdays; they pB''® chould have ihe number of insertions written on the face of il)£ copy, otherwise they will be iuserted and charged for until countermanded in wiiung.

Publication Title: Hay Standard And Advertiser For Balranald, Wentworth, Maude, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOOLIGAL. January 15, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 17 January 1872

BOOLIGAL. (fEOM OUR OWN CORifEiPO.VDE A'T.) JrUjiiarv 10. 1372. The weather still continues very hot, and the country has a parched-un .appearance. Avery heavy thunderstorm visited ua on Saturday afternoon, but- it was only partial, and did not extend 3 miles wide. At the Court of Petty Sessions, held here on 'Ihiirsday last, two cases of drunkenness were disposed of^ each being fined 10s, acd Henrv Palmer v Henrv 01«f-n fnr tlie amount ot goods and stores supplied to defen dant, was postponed to 8th February. Mr M'Glashan, Government surveyor, marked out a site for a Wesley an Church here last week. The building is to be commenced as soon as the subscription list looks heavy, and there is every probability of that, as Mr Pearce, P.M., spares no trouble in endeavour ing to establish a place of worship for the Wesleyan community. Extensive bush fires are raging up the river. I hear that most of the fencing- on Huuthawang run has been consumed, ? ? - !

Publication Title: Hay Standard And Advertiser For Balranald, Wentworth, Maude, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 17 January 1872

MARRIED. CHtrocEEr—' Treteka. — At Hay, on ihe 17ih January. Mr. Edward Churobe, mate of the steamer Pearl, to Caroline, eldest daughter of Mr. N. J. Trevena, . THE HAY STANDARD. r ; WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1872.

Publication Title: Hay Standard And Advertiser For Balranald, Wentworth, Maude, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLICE COURT. Friday, 12th January. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 17 January 1872

POLICE COURT. I Friday. 15th tianuarv. Mary Thompson was brought up for being drunk and disorderly, and also for using ob scene language. She was fined 10s for each offence. Charles Schrog/ii , for being drunk and dis orderly, was fined 10s, and allowed one week to pay it. Finucane was again remanded until Friday, 19th instant. SalUrdaV- 1 ? \fl*a Art Olimmnnn i for using insulting language to Mrs Clarke. ' postponed. ' j Tuesday 16th. — Matthias Joseph Ward v J Captaiu Barber, of the steamer Providence, I 10s., wages. Defendant did not appear ; ! verdict for amount claimed, and costs. Catherine Isabella Jackson v Mrs. Smith. Plaintiff did not appear ; case dismissed. Mr. Pearce, P. M., (from the Bench) in formed Mr. Andrew, of The Hry Standard, that he could not take any notice of him, because he, (Mr. A.) had appended a note to his ( Mr. Pearce s) letter, printed in our issue of 30th December last, stating — that it was right to publish such letters as that of' Store- ! keeper, if...

Publication Title: Hay Standard And Advertiser For Balranald, Wentworth, Maude, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 17 January 1872

I^kThe Parliamentary Session at Sydney is ^^Kkely to open very stormy next week. A ?^Bhyjon bas once more got in among the Mr. Parkes is elected for Mudgee. ^^^?BSeentieman has been before the Aus ^^HKnublie for upwards of twenty years as a iflujmuafi— fee was formerly editor and prmVi^Kir of the Empire nevvspajjer, published ^ but like many newspaper pro - yw^^^fsivho attempt too much, he failed to . #^^^%%iccess. There is no doubt as to his an able man — a man who lias been and sj-eaking on public matters for n nnoi.h.n i\f -1 finrihinr ? K'i)n ll'K hM - ^j(M^-fflce under the Croivu for years, must .^^fflmB|souiething' in him of more than an renar-^ to ioteilect. Mr. Parkes is '^^^^fflpnade man, so are most of our public New South Wales. He was aa ivory by trade, and he kept a toy shop in Sydne}', but he is none the worse for that, nor do we mention it lepjoachiiilly. Three of the present Ministry, (viz.) — Sir James Martin, Mr. Robertson, and Mr. Byrnes. :ue pelf-made men. The fo...

Publication Title: Hay Standard And Advertiser For Balranald, Wentworth, Maude, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MELBOURNE. January 12, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 17 January 1872

MELBOURNE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) January 12, 1872. The quiet rebuke of our Chief Secretary to j the Government of New South Wales has had j its effect upon that Ministry, and the lion. John Robertson has himself apologised for having permitted the Under Secretary to compose the despatch in place of himself, but giving as the reason, that it was necessary so to do, in order to save the mail steamer. But Mr. Robertson endeavours to go a little j V ' J 1 - ? h! i* — ^.^*.4- mntr Xxrx -ir. UeyODu. UlUl-Cll9 dllJcUb It© iic uCj 11 xa decidedly a little too much to try and make people believe that all the onus of recom mencing the Border war rests with Mr. Duffy, and such a flimsy attempt to cover the laches of his colleagues will not therefore have the desired effect with any honest thinking man in either of the colonies. The offer of the Chief Secretary, that the trade should be supervised, so that a correct estimate might be made of what New South Wales should receive, whether ...

Publication Title: Hay Standard And Advertiser For Balranald, Wentworth, Maude, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 17 January 1872

LOCAL NEWS. The terrifically hot weather has so severely afFec'ed our staff that we could baiely^ bring the paper out this issue, our considerate ? readers will, under the circumstances, excuse defects. The weather lately has been extremely hot. On Thursday evening the south wind blew, and cooled the atmosphere a little ; Friday was cloudy and very close, making the people feel as if in a vapour bath; a few drops of rain fell, when the hot wind again began to ' blow. Saturday was excessively hot until evening, when a slight tbundershower oc curred, Dill tne neat icLuruBu as -rauc m '.w. and up to this morning has continued almost unbearable. Music. — Mr Cat-ton will deliver a lecture ] on music to-morrow night at the Forrester s j Hall, (see advt). His illustrations will com- I prise selections from Lily of Kilarney, and Bellini's opera of'La Somnambula. Auction. — Mr Butterworth will sell house hold stuff at Mr Mathews' Hay Restaurant on Friday next, (see advt). We draw attention t...

Publication Title: Hay Standard And Advertiser For Balranald, Wentworth, Maude, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY. January 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 17 January 1872

SYDNEY. ( PROM OUR OWN COltn ESPONiyRWT.^ January 12. The Border Duties question has advanced another stage, and Sir James Martin with that headstrong determination to carry his ideas of antagonism to Mr. Dufty, as much I believe, personally as politically, has chosen to take upibrage at the reply to his decidedly | unofficial dispatch, and to bring matters to a j crisis, Mr. W. A. Duncan, the collector of i customs has been ordered to proceed to the M nrrn v hnrdpr tn mnkn tlm upppss'ivv ?H'l'unnn. ments to re-commence the collecting of the Border Duties. A more suicidal procedure could not have been undertaken, than this last act of our vainglorious Premier. It would appear that the return of Mr. Parkes to the Assembly is now a fact, and one of vast importance to the present Ministry. Sir James Martin forgets that the New Land Bill meets with general disgust, and that the lion John Robertson does not possess the bold he formerly had with the great unwashed, and such being the case...

Publication Title: Hay Standard And Advertiser For Balranald, Wentworth, Maude, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HAY ATHENEUM MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 17 January 1872

? ? , HAY ATHENiEUM MEETING. ! Last Thursd.iy evening a meeting was held ; pursuant to motion of a previous meeting. | Mr. Twynam, vice-president, took the j (.hair, and recapitulated what had been done j by the Athenaeum Club, as reported, at last i meeting, 5-3 persons signed the original ag- i reemeiit of association, of these 14 only now I remain in town, and about 26 new names ] might be added. He then said that he con- j sidered we had too many irons in the fire, and j me great wane oi six yeare ago was now supplied by private enterprise, and there are several rooms where the public may mi-et. ; Only those who signed the agreement to become members could have a right to vote for office bearers. The agreement v.-ns laid on the table for signature. Mr. Threlkeld, said — there appeared a luke warmn ess in this matter, he would propose, that this meeting adjourn to a future date, say, that day six months. Mr. John Witcombe seconded. Mr. Bates, said — that money had been raised by ...

Publication Title: Hay Standard And Advertiser For Balranald, Wentworth, Maude, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOOL AND STOCK REPORT. STANDARD Office, Hay, Wednesday, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 17 January 1872

WOOL AND STOCK REPORT. * Staxuarij Office, Hay, 'Wednesday, J :.n;:nry If. ' TherB^s verv little stuck wining at present. Mr Fiuibitiiii,' the local sher-p iuspectuiy h::s ,-etumed from au extensive tour oyer thr* iaclsbm back blocks ; lie informs us that both sheep and country are looking well. On . £oiE8 runs, where a large amount of money has been expended in saving surface water, the hikes still hold out, - and are likely .to do £o for a considerable time. The season's clip a{ wool has nearly all been shipped, the Pearl takes away one small lot or scoured wool to-day. The rivers are very low, and ^navigation is all, but completely stopped. From Booligal, our correspondent writes : — A mob of 800 store cattle (Moore's) from ]3?nr,agerang passed here on Saturday, for Wallaby station, two miles down the river from here, A mob of 2500 fat sheep from Hunthawang, in charge of Mr Humphrey) pa?gfi4 liere yesterday for the southern market. The only crossing at Hay for the week is : — 360...

Publication Title: Hay Standard And Advertiser For Balranald, Wentworth, Maude, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 17 January 1872

THE HAY STANDARD, AND ADVERTISER FOR BALRANALD, WENT WORTH, MAUDE, BOOLIGAL, WILCANNIA, ! MEN1NDIE, BOURKE, &c. Printed and published at Hay, Murrumbidgee River, New South 'Wales, every Wednesday morning, m time for the out-going- mails. TERMS. Subscription: 7s 6d quarterly in advance; subscribers to the Pastoral Times mil be charged only os per quarter, postage added. Charges for Advertisements: — Six lines or under, 6d per line. Every line over six, 4d per line. Displayed advertisements at per line of space as above. For advertisements inserted more than once, twenty-five per cent dis count on the above charges will be allowed for cash before withdrawal of any such advertisement. Advertising Births, Deaths, and Marriages 2s 6d each for cash, if booked, 4s. No advertisement booked under 2s 6d. Standing advertisements ordered for three months or more : — p-u- quarter, in advance. One whole column £13 0 0 Half-a-column 7 0 0 Quarter column 3 15 0 One inch - 10 0 Three per cen...

Publication Title: Hay Standard And Advertiser For Balranald, Wentworth, Maude, The
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HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVALS [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 17 January 1872

HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVALS 6unday—11.30 a.m. From Ec*-ura, D»»iiib'qii-n, ; Wanganella, and Sydney (ria Denili quin) Monday-: — 12 a m. from Maude and Balranald 5 p.m. From Bonlteal, Wilcannia, &c Tuesday— j5 a m- From Wagga Wagga, Naran t dera, and Sydney (via Wage a) g '' * WpdnfiB— } 1 .30 a. to. From Echuca, Deniliquin, $ and Wanganella Friday — 5 a.m. From Wagga Wagga, Naran dera, aiid Sydney (via \Vaega) 11-30 a.m. Echuca, Deuiliquin, and Wa«ganeJla - w, , . 3 p.m. Ba!r«nald and Maude 1 5 p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia, and Darling DEPABTPBES. — 12 a.m. Claude and Balrai aM ^ P'm' Booligal, Wilcannia, and Darling p m- Ecfauca, Deniliquin, and Wanga ; - 7 p.tn; Wagga Wagga, Narandera, and ' Sydney (via Wagga) ednes^-6 p.m. E«-hu«-a. DeniHquin, Wanganella , ; a ad Sydney (via Deniiiqn;n) 12 a.m. Maude and Balranald |fe~ 1 p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia, Darling, &c Friday — 6 p.m. Echuca, Deniliquin, aad Wauga n«'lla 7 p.m. Wagga Wagsra, Narandera, and Sydney (vii ...

Publication Title: Hay Standard And Advertiser For Balranald, Wentworth, Maude, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 17 January 1872

SHIPPING. The Pearl and barge arrived on Monday with a large cargo, sbe sails to-day with a jsmall lot of wool from Mr Lomax's. Echuca, January 11. — The Captain of the Cumberoona reports the steamer Waradgery detained at Wharparanna. three barges, which are heavily laden with grain, being stuck on A sand bank. The steamer season may now be considered at an end, nearly all the boats tradipg here having: been laid up.— Riverine Hei$ld.

Publication Title: Hay Standard And Advertiser For Balranald, Wentworth, Maude, The
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REMEDY FOR SUNSTROKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 24 January 1872

TJFMtDY FOR SUNSTROKE. Fob tiie information of persons re siding in the bush, and in places ; where medical aid cannot be ob- j tained, we may state that where a person has suffered a sunstroke the best treatment is as follows.- Lay j the patient 011 his back, with the j head resting 011 a piece of oil-cloth, ! T il ? ? II J ? /?' ana men cause a smaii stream or water to fall from a long distance above, and constantly flow on his head, neck, and breast, continuing this until signs of sensibility begin to return, which probably will not take place until the expiration of many hours. In India, and other, torrid regions, the effusion of cold water on the sufferer from sunstroke has invariably succeeded in restor ing consciousncss, at least in cases where hope was not altogether shut out ; and the method, which is so simple that anyone can understand and apply it, has been agreed upon as the surest and best by all the medical authorities of the age. Dr Macgillivray has suggested to us t...

Publication Title: Hay Standard And Advertiser For Balranald, Wentworth, Maude, The
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