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Cathcart. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 17 March 1899

Cathcart- 7 (Fbom a Correspondent.) The Rev, Dr. Briioe' was; welcomed- to Cathcaf t by a tea meeting and concert on Monday 13th instant. The ball wasnioely decorated, and the table', was tastefolly laid O^t with appetising eatables, provided by the ladieB* of Cathcart. After tea' a programme of music was introduced, the following ladies arid gentlemen: contribut- ing items:— Overture/ 'March,' Miss Nicholson ; comic duet, ''Forfeits,' Miss. Baker and Mr.. C. Gray; song, 'The Bridge,' Mrs. Wall; song, *' Better Bide a Wee,' Miss Wall ; chorus, 'Ocean Waves'. V Misses E and C. Baker, Messrs. Gray, C- and J; Toms, B. Stewart, J. Cuniiington ; Duet, ' Gipsy Countess,' Miss Pieslev Biid'Mr Gray ; song,' 'Whip; roor will. - ai rs^ v?aii; Bong,. -- ljptfer That Never Oamo,' Miss C. Baker ; song, ' Mona,' Miss Pnislev dance, ' High land Fline.' Miss Pni»le'y. Mr. Michie occupied the chair and in a few well cho8Pn remarks introduced tho Doctor to fhn aadisnce . ^ The Rey. Dr.'then gaye a/ B...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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The Roster. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 17 March 1899

The Koster. The following is the Bench of Magis ?tratesfor next Tuesday's Court -—Messrs Edwards, Jonas, Garnock, and Halliday.

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Lawn Tennis at Cooma. COOMA v. BOMBALA. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 17 March 1899

^ Lawn Tennis at Cooma. COOMA V. BOMBALA. Representatives of the Cooma and Bom-- bala Tennis Clubs met at the Oooma grounds on Saturday for the, purpose of playing soreral 'games. The visitor's .i^ere Mopsrs W, Todhuntfir, C. £. ' Oshonio, ' Madden, and Cook ; whilp tho., Cooma yteam -ieomprised'MeBsirs E. H. Qubiliiig, E. J. Halliday, F. 0., McDouall, Qnd A. Arndell. The btten'dance was large, about a hundrod residents witnessing the . . games. Messrs Mahony, McKpiisby, Mawson, and O'Ha're,; fulfilled thg duyea of judge and ecoref duriiig the day. Play ' commenced on' Saturday morning., arid continued till nearly -'.ff p.oi. Rpfr^sh} menta were providod by the ladies. of the Cooma Club, and a most enjoyable /lay ' was spent. -It Is expected that the return : matoh will be played at Bombala at the ond of tba present poaaon. By the scores it will be neb that Cooma won the dOiiblea by-4 seta, 10 games ; Bombala won the singles by 2 Sets and 2 games. The scotes. are bb follows ; ' ; V ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 17 March 1899

LOST MANHOOD Nervous Debility, -fco , Jtoni youthful folly, excesses or any cause. Guaranteed CullE. A great Scientifto discovery Ly anatomy. Book posted £r©«, sealed. To jouuj* men. contemplating marxiatrp, to the married, to young ixnd old, this book ia invaluable, pointing oui , cheVvny uf reliof to those unfortunate sufferers to whom love is butu hideoua tormentli)^ dream, life a torture, die future a b'ank. Write PHOFIiSSOR B. ? HKRMaNN, 41 Collins Pla^n, Mell-n'urnc. Woman's, Salvation. The Wjfe's welfare within , her own control. Boot, posted free. It will tPaeh:yoa more about prevention , in'tMi minut-cs th»n all ttje'yuaw ynu've lived. Writt Prok. B. HKflMAXW, 41 Collins Place, Melbourne. . B a 'fF-ri. t+jck w o 'from Uoyish Fctti/, Xervoux VMSI . Debility , h'^8 o/ Manhood, :c. Send rta. npc Vef virlope, and 1 will forward fill. ttttJcutard — !r w J putlcxi4 for ye ars— tried almost ;»ei'y HO-yallrtd..reiiiedy.. An i.Ppecialiat, ttnd when all ad f.ule l— how l accvifjitail...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 17 March 1899

the , . And MaftafO and Coast Districts , / ' / , tteneiral Advertiser, . ESTABLISHED -OVEB, A QUARTER , ,, OF A CENjtrRY, « '-!? publiiVei^v'efy ^SlDAf. :-? ?... ' ''//. ?:' ** SUBSCRIPTION, f-l per year if Tsosiefl, or M». if paid iai 'adviace. . i '^Advertising Terms : ????-. ^dvortiiffliftnU sent to the effloe witTioUt ? ? ^infifjririjap the nuifiLKeit '. of t insertions, will b®, iontiUuedat advertiser's -!08t until on.ordor %i received -to 'stop. Special *terE2s -J or. stand ?lag adTertisements. | Any .person ordering /an -Whtill io'f-'a oom- , mittee-iheinaertienof advertiseKSfits will be . -keld responsible -for .payment «f ?the same. Advoffiaers are apoeially re^trertsi to state -on their- advertisetnanti 'the nutribcr 'ot in JBortioni-iffltt «pao» Yeqoirod. ; : Adrtrtiiamtet* ^or kuwtion in ?enrrent i MrtekViuue must be «ent to the office by -2 - g.-m., an Thursflay, . | Yi r in! r . ? ' SCAlt Of OB ARISES s t DOUBLE. COLUMN : ADVERTISE- ; ilvrRTJTfi, -for 'the first incTj...

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Commercial. SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 17 March 1899

Commercial. SYDNEY. MARKETS: ? Wheat. — Millinsr, 8s;2d. Chiokwheat — Whole samplos to 2s lid ITcoken to 2r 7rt. Flour. — Local roller to £8 16s ; Californ ian £9 5s. Maize. — Piime river, 8s 5d, Oats.— New Zealand pritno feed 2s 2d, medium '2a 3d ; local 2a Od ; eecd, local, to 2b 5d. Bran. — 7Jd. Pollard. —--6£d. Barley. — Cape, to 2s 'd. Cbafl. — Local, £1; ' Tasmtuiian, £3 5b; Now Zealand, £i 6b ;. Vict orian j . to £4.10»; Straw.— Bundled ill 15s, derriok-prcPBod, £1 15s 0(2. / Potatoes — Circulars, X 7 15b.' Onions, — £5 15s. Honev, — 24d per lb. Lard.— Bladders 6d,bulk;44d.;- , I Bacon.--Hand-cur. d 7d, '* :? . Hams. — Colonial hand-cared to 7}d, in cloth to 8d. Butter. — Best creamery Dd, best factory to 8Jd, primo dairy to 7d. -. . I Cheese. — Large. to small to 4d. Eggs. — Odper doz. Poultry. — Fowls, prime, to 3s ; ducks, to 3s 9d ; geese, to 6s, turkoys, cocks, to las, hens, to. 6s per pair.

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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BOMBALA DIRECTORY (Information is solicited to make this list accurate and complete.) SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 17 March 1899

BOMBALA DIRECTORY (Information is solicited .to make this list accurate and complete.) . ; SCHOOLS. J Bombala Public School;— Mr._ T. Thompson, head-master; Mr. Davison, assistant j pupil teachers, Miss E.- Watson and Mies Kennedy . ? Public Sohools ' and Teaohers (Dec. . 31. '96.) Iu thia list. the first figures Show olass of sohool ; then comes tho name of school -; the figur.es'that follow show number of children on roll; followed , by teacher's name'.; - ' ' . 10 Beresfo'rd...... 29'. ..v.;.C T, Grot . 7' . Bibhenltiko ... 50 Andrart- Maloney ? 8 -;.Bombalav- ? .208, .' T.'Thompsou. 7 vOathcart- 6Q.'.: -?-' P. J., Wall ; 9 . -Craig i(5 . 7... . ; A -v i'Su. . - H. Jaokoori ,7 Delegate...;' 60. .Thos. M' Man us ' 7 Eden.. ? 45..... T. Wellings 9 Killarnev Sw'p - 32...... D. O'Neill 9 ' Mila'..'.^ . . . .'. 32 Arthur Cummins .7 . Nimitybelle... .. 76. ,E. G. Williams :8* r.Pipeolay Spr.'; -32 . , Mr. Bauor ;9 - Rooky Hall' 34. ,-G. H.- Elphick rlO : Saucy Creek . 30., . J. E. Dowi...

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Cricket. BOMBALA v. TEACHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 17 March 1899

rz ol ==gv ??4- Crlc^r,' BOMBALA v^TiSACHER^. This match was plajre}l 6h the 'Bombala Ground lost Saturday'r and endod in a win for Bombala by 7..wip.l{ets and 7ru&B. TKACRtats; : ? First Innings. WriRhtson, c Young,-1 b Hyde .. .. '16 Rioharjs, c Langley, b Hydo .. 28, Thompson, b H.vde '. . ? 13 Hegarty, b Hyde , ?? .i 9 Davison, b Hyde . . . . ' ... 0 Bauer, o W. Belloliambera. b' Langley .. I Leahy, b Norn's . . ' , ? ? . . 27 Rankin, o W. Bolloliarabers. b Halliday 18 ;P. Jonas, 0 W. Bellohambers, b Hyde.. 1 Scbubock, b Hyde... ...\ o Maloney, not out ... ?* , 23- Sundries .. 8 Totol .. .. .. ..146 Bohbaia; First Innings. ? V Rev. J. Norris, retired ... .. . 13 F. A. Halliday, retired .'. .v '1'; 64 A. Bellohambers, b Riqhawlp . . .. : 50 W. F. Hydo, not out - .. .. 20 W. BellcliatnbeiH, not out . ..i;- r i . ? 8 Sundries .... . 8 Tutal .. v.-. ... ICS

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Latest English Telegrams LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 17 March 1899

L a tes 1 English f elegrams Loudon, Tuesday. The Americans stormed Paain after a short skirmish. : The Japanese battleship, Asaki, the largest in the world, has been launched at Glascow. The House of LOrdshat decided that bookmakers on the euolosure at Kemp | too Park are not placed within the act. The betting on the University boat ? race is 6 to 1 on Oxford. Wool lrt very flrnt dt advanced rates, but the series of yesterday's sales were postponed owing to the fog. England, America, and Germany have agreed to obliterate all traces- of tho official trouble'iii ij.imoa, and have -postponed the settlement of the ques tion of the Kingship In the trial of Mohair for publishing a scathing attack 011 the army he was acquitted amid enthusiastic cl\eora for the republic ap;diiii#^y.- ?

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Presbytery Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 17 March 1899

Presbytery Meetine* The Presbytery of Monaro met in the 'Presbyterian'Churob, Begii, on March 1st. The members present were Rovs. J. D. Murray, Moruya ' (Moderator); J. L.'j Forbes, Eden, (Clerk); M. Eirkpatnck, Bega : A. G. Michie. Bombala : W. A. S. Anderson, Ouoma ; alBo MessrB. W. Mur rny and J. M. Thomas, elders, ropregeut ing Bega and Bombala charges respec tively. Rov. Dr. Bruce, Commissioner of tho General Aflsembly,- and Mr. Robert Anderson, older, of Moruya, being pre sent, woro invited _ to sit- aud deliberate with the Presbytery. The following elders' commissions were sustained for Presbytery representatives — Bega, W. Murray ; Bombala, J. M. Thomas ; Moruyu, Jas. Mercer. To re present tho charges in the General Assem ,.bly, .?-.which, , me^ta -Ai Sydney in. the .bpginning of Miy, the following appoint ments of elderis were sustained — Bega, W. Duff ; Bombala, J. M. Thomas ; Mor uya, J. Mercer. Rov. M. Kirkpatrick reported that R»v. P. McQueen had been appointed by the H...

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Visit of Bishop Chalmers. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 17 March 1899

Visit of Bishop- Chalmers- -'Tho Lord Bishop of' Goulburn, Dr. Chalmers, has just'- made' his biennial visit to Boi%bala for tha purpose of per form iugrthe sacred rite of confirmation. On Sunday last ho preached in St. Mat thias's Church morning and evening to large audieuees, and in the afternoon con firmation. was held,;. when about thirty confirmees submitted: to the '.? laying on of hands.' : ' - . On Monday night the Bishop was »h- = tertainod at the Schonl T)f Arts, whon the Choral Saciety repeated the cantata' ' Esther.' At the conoljision of the first partof the Cantata JDr. 'Chalmers addressed a few words to the audience. .. He prefaced^hia remerks^ by words nf .comtuoudahon ,0 ht the excellent siuging to which be hod' j ust listened, and also ex pressed himself a# bighly'plepsed With tbe singing of (be choir at-'the Church on the' previous day, remarking that whatever elso might not have improved in Botabala the singing of the -choir bad eertainly im proved, and be oiily....

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Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 17 March 1899

Latest .Telegrams. (RKUTBR'a 'iiLEGR*MS) : H '; ' Sysney, Thursday. The Settlers' v^dvanqeV BiU^wiaa5' ? passed :through Coniniitte a in the As-i eembly. ' The proviso' giving priority to the Governmen t over mortgages ,W{ta! exciaedi. An that, ad vances oe innae up to ioUU was nega tived. Tlie Assembly udjournBd till Tuesday. Mr. Reid-tlenied' that Mr. Want had. Msi^sd^nd - fluid that he . will return in about'tli'ree' months. The official statpmiont of the yield; of wheat for the 'iast harvest i?; 0,282,000 bushels, giving «n nvcrage' for the colony of 7*l- inatead of eiilit' as estimated - as the - avex^#- ;-T|ie'; area of wheat was underestimated by 30,000 acres.' . . ., Briggs, who 'committed the Peter sham to be hanged on Aprils, 'v ... The Kewcaetle inquest elicited that tho, woman's name 'was Allardyce, a barmaid. She -probably committed, suicide when Miller informed her their relations must bo broken off, and he foreaecing no oilier .way out of the difficulty also killed hi...

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Visit of Dr. Bruce. COMMISSIONER OF PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 17 March 1899

Visit of Dr. :Bruce., COMMISSIONER OF PRESBYTER IAN CHURCH. During the week the Rev. Dr. Bruce has been visiting the various Pi eshyiorian Churches in this parish as the Commis sioner appointed by the General Assembly.' j On Monday night he spoke at Cathcart, on Juesday at Bibbenluke, and on Wed nesday he came to BunibrtlaV where 'he was welcomed at the Church by a large gathering. In a marquee. erected -m the gr-mnds k'first class spread was laid 'out; and at 6.30. a large number set' down to partake.of the good things catered by the lady workers of the Preshyteiian denom ination. After ' tea the assembly was transferred- to- the Chufbh -wliore a concert was to, he held and the^Rev. Doctor vvas 1 to deliver an. address':^ The R-v. A. ' (t: Michiu occupied the ChiUr. -''/rhb cimcei t; priigramme consisted 'of. the following items..: ^ Gleov ':S woe .t.aij.d flow,.' 'i Choir; song! ' Low at thy fo.et,'.' Miss McDonald ; soug, '? The Toilers,' -Mr. . A. Thomas ;? wtng; 'The Dear -Home...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 17 March 1899

'Tub old Prudential Party has come to 'life again under tlie captaincy of Sm Geobge-Dibbs supported by i-jrother T. A. Dibbs, of f,-o Commercial Bank,' Tom. s-laxtery, Geoffrey Eagab: -- QBiMtEr, John L. Hordern,. ?and a number pf_city meii .whom'.the - Premier designates as ' shopkeepers.'' They appear :to hare as pjeat, aa joh- . jection- to' the pfesetyt Constitution Bill as to the former, Sra George even go ing so far as to say;' in a speech that, the Bill was absolutely worse thun the one the Premier went to the conference - '.with. The objections :are the well 'Vriwti ones of the BraddonBlpt and the debatring Sydney from becoming the Federal capital. The latter appears now to be the great stumbling block. '?'?'?^Monied interests are at stake ; a hbpedibrsWBe iu city rents arid land ?values is in prospect; and consequently the call for funds for carrying on the ?campaign is receiving liberal response — four names heading the lint ? for a . century each. The aid of tho Upper Hou...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 17 March 1899

Death. 'March 9th, at Bibbenluke, WILLIAM JOHN HORNE, son ol the lato Swithin Home, Esq., of 'Fieldside,' Ealing Bean. Sltq. lo mini la Sftpr ' Spero Meliora.' . . .j FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1899.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 17 March 1899

CLAEKk'S Woilfcp-I'AltaD ULOOD-iiiXTORE ' — 'The most searching Blood Cleanser that science and medical skill have brought to light.' SuffererB from Scrofula;1 Scurvy, Eczema, Bad Legs, Skin and Blood Diseases, Pimples, and Sores of any kind are solicited to give it a trial to test its value. . - Thousands of wonderful cureB hava ' been effected by it Sold everywhere at 2s. 9d. por bottle. Be' ware of worthless imitations- and substitutes ' Fob the Blood is the Life.' — Clarke's World-fumed Blood Mixture la warranted to eleanse the blood from all impurities from whatever cause arising. Foi-Serofula, Scurvy Eczema, Bad Legs, Skin and Blood Diseases Pimples and sores of all kinds, its effects are marvellous. Thousands of wonderful cures, have been effected by.it.- Sold everywhere at 2s (Id. Bewaroof worthless imitations... CLARKE, SON & PL ATT, 85 Grace churoh.Strfeet,' ^London, E.C.^ fefceiv^ Advertisements in England for insertion in this Paper. . CLARKE'S S 41 PELlS 'e wn™n...

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Heard in the Street. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 17 March 1899

Heard in tlie Street' That there will probably , be a large at-, tendance iU'ihe Shu w.ijext week,1 but^., That tho exhibits tiii'3 yfiai will neither j bq so numerous nor eo'gOod'asiu pievioii# years. \ \-'C V.' That inquisitive people -want to know who was married ' by the Registrar last i year. ~ . . ... ? That there w.ill be a big bust-up when. Pa hears about it. ThotTutiersall, contrary to expectations hasn't withdrawn bis advertisement fioin Truth , perhaps the seven columus notice thiee issues back is looked on. as a choup advt. That a new company is being flouted to conduct consultations on, the lines of Tat tersall. That babies at Confirmation sorvioesare now beginning to be looked upou as a necessary evil. , That 110 less than five babies had. to 'be taken out. of Church last Sunday 3 after noon during the Confirmation service, much to the aunoyunco of the congrega tion. ? !hat parents should show some little consideration not only to tho congregation but to the speaker, w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 17 March 1899

; SANDER & SONS'; E^pAI#.?# ,BX TRACT. — Under the disiinguished patronage of His Majesty, 'the King of Italy, as per d.nvnuiiication':mado by^' the- Minister ft-i Fo 3ign -Affairs, tliiough tha ConsuLGeneral for Ituly, at Molbourno, Maich 14, 1878. Awarded diploma at tlio Amsterdam Exhibi ?ton, 1883, Acknowledged by , . Medical Clinioa and Univovsities all over tho Gl6be. -There are imitations of Eucalypti Extrnct: in the market, produc a of simple, distillution forming crude, resinous oils. Ill order that these crude oils may not bo taken for our pure Volatite' Eucalypti Extract, which is recognised by the Medical Division of tho PrUHdiau Government to bu of perfejtly pure origin, as per information forwaided to us thronugh the Consul at Melbourne, Murch 2 1878, we stato It is proved by tests niado by tlio Medical Clinics of the .Universities of Boi.n - and Griefswald (Prussia), and reported to by Dr. Schuliz, Professor of I'harmaoology at Bohn, and I'rofeasor Dr. Moaaiei,...

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"A Woman's Wiles," OR How a Husband was Won. CHAPTER XXXVIII. "NOW, WHEN WILL YOU MARRY ME, ROSE?" [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 17 March 1899

V A Woman's Wiles, ' —OR—- ; How a HuBband was Won. . , ; CHAPTER XXXVIII, ' NOW, WHEN AVILL YOU MAURY MK, nosn ?' .. riiillip lind . been lurking in the grounda ov- r an hour. He vas watch ing for a glimpse of the girl ho loved bo' madly', but willi no thought of in truding; upon her at present.' lie knew that tho downger oountess was just deatl, find he' ivna fco llnhnv in his own prospects that he could afford t - wait a suitable timo to hob Rosamond «nd toll her; his glad, good hows — that his une'e hud forgiven liim ,n.nd taken him back;; that he had con sented to their marriage, 1 1 wa3 true. Douglas Shofton, the uncle, had been 'very fond of tlie girl whosjo heart had broken at his nephew's desertion of her. -ln his iii st hot wrath ho had sworn ho: would-. never.' forgite him. But with reilectrori geh'tler 'thoughts came.' He' was his yonngost arid best^ loved, eisters's onljr soii, and he' knew what -madness love ;was in young blood. His heart had; already ; begun to ' eoft...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 17 March 1899

? Page Woodcock's Wind Pills, have for thirty years ' --held the first place in the world as an effectual antidote to indigestion, ,vind on the stomach', biliousness, and nil complaints arising from disordered, stomach, bowles, or liver. . Tonic, invigorating, and purifying, they form the best remedy extant uid may bo taken bv old and young wiMi equal . benefit.— Is. ljd., 2s 9d.. 4s fid family Boxes lis., of all chemists. Pro prietor, Page Woodcock, Lincoln, England. Thkoat Affects jns and Hoahsenkss. — All suffering from irritation of the throat and hoarseness will be agreeably surprised at the almost immet'Hte. relief oflorded by the use of 'Brown's Bronchial Troches.' These famouB 'lozenges' are now sold by most respectable chemists in this country at Is ljd.-per bo-. People troubled with a 'hack- ing oougl-' a ' slight cold,' or bronclnul affections,, oannot try them too soon, aR similar troubles, if allowed to progress, result in serious Pulmonary and Aothroatic affeo tions. S...

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