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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 14 November 1884

VUTANTED an A pprentictotholroughly " learn thu Watch, Clock, and Jcwellhery busines3. W. Willianm's, Wil lialustowil. .TANTED FILES of thce "Euroa V Advertiser" from March lst to 4th July. Apply " Advertiser" oflice, Euroa. - 'rANTED, COIlRESPONDENTS in *' ilhe country districts. Full par ticulars ?t this ollico. OR1 SALE about iO0 ACRES of Graz ing CROP. Apply, THOS. GODDEN, Moglomenby T-iHLE luaturial of ilth old Coach stables. Longwood, built of Brick and ,Wod. Fifteen good stalls, with boxes for each; all in good condition. Apply to A. HAMILTON, on the prc 11110S . FOR SALE. ~ ?IOP and DWELLING, Bincey-street Euroa, at present occupied by the Coloni:d Bank. C, L. D:UBoos, Euroa. -TASTE PAPER FOR SALE, Cheap. Adrvrtiscr Office. ADDLE and dBRIDLE (English) for sale. Apply Advertiser Office, Euro:a. FOR SALE. C0 GREYIIOUND PUPS by Wcrribce Ilope out of Lady. WVerribc~ 1hop (imp) by. Depend on Mio (imp) out of Drucilla. L:ady by Blue Skin (ihmp) out of Sappho' Pricu °5s. Apply - D....

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EUROA SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, 12th November. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 14 November 1884

,ETItoA l4IIIsE CrOn iOCL. •Wednesday, 12th .Novnember. Present? OCrs. ' Gibson, (President) Birkett, Graham, Crosbie, Neelands Dun can, Grattan and 'GOuinness. The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. COLRRESPONDENCE. Letters outward were read and adopted and the following inward received. From Secretary for Victorian Railways stating that the Commissioners were un able to accede to the Council's request and allow the " express" train to stop at Euroa. Letters eieo rlso read fromn Messrs. Hall and Grahanm 3'sP. on the subject. Cr. Blirkett atated that ~ihen in ??Il bourne, hoe with some others went and in terviewed the Conmnissioner who stated that the letter refusing the request had not been seen by himi, but lie would make inquiries to see whether it was advisable to stop the train. A circular was received from the Audit oftico 'Melbourne which was handed over to the Secretary. From the Secrebary for Lands stating that the complaint against hMr. R. Daldy for fenci...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HUMANITY CATTLE TRUCKS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 14 November 1884

Two sample sheep and cattle trucks known as the "llumanity" patent, have recently been imported from America by tlr- tCarson, Woods, &co-, the agenlts for Australia. They are (states the S!. iJ. llfctrld) :arge and conmnodious, and the advantage they possess over the orpiniary mod 1 is that the stock can be supplied with food and water during the journey. Inm the cattle truck there are three eomep:trt meets, holding six beasts each, bailed up with their leads at opposite ends of the compartment, where a food and water can be placed. The advantage of thel parallel position of the animal is that theyare able .to resi.,t the efbects of the swinging of thie train. Further provision for easy riding is mn: de by using passenger carriage springs, oscil hltihg trucks, and spring' buticrs of an improved type. A water tpipe runs along the roof, antld dmits the supply fromt the station hydrants, 'I he car holds eighteen full sized cattle boiled and or thirty loose, It weighs a little o...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 14 November 1884

FOlt PAPER BAGS, TEA. PAPERS, STATIONERY, &c., TRY THE "ADVERiTISER" Office. W. ALLEN. V OgL, ET r'4.TO 'O . G(enerl Storokeeper, lie ualays on haul fur snal of all ki..d ". ' r EST OQUAL l~' . iGalva-i i. Iran. cme1 t, Fen:ing wire, (h.est bru Is.) \Arct. fir theo NEW ZE IU UND LOAN ANI) 31ElICANTILE AGE\NCY CO Mlllourne Cash Aidvances :.iado again-st Grai- nl Woul. Agent tor tlhe Con?nnierl ial: Jnioni Fire. .Assuranice stociety. Melbourne, SAgent for the MUTUAL ASSURANCE SOGIETY OF VICTORIA. Agent for M'Cormnack Reaper and Twine Binder, and other Agricultural Ilnilemen is, including : DOBIE'S SEED SOWER, PETER BEY'S -DOUBLE ACTION C ILURNS, The most Labour Saving Churn KInown. Cash Buyer of all Farm Prod ERUIT TREES AT MELBOURNE PRICES, Os TUE SHORTEST NOTICE. - T II E - MUTUAL ASSURANCE SO CIETY OF VICTORIA (LI?nirEu.) H1-ead Office, 79 Little Collins street, Weot Melbourne. For Life Assuranueand Endowments. Policyl Iilders Divide the Profits. 1)11t ECTORn: Mr Thomas Loa...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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VIOLET TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 14 November 1884

VIOLET TOW4-N. As was predictedtheViolet Town sports, which were held on Monday (Prince of Wales' BIirthday) tuned out t a complete success, crven greater ta h the hopeful sec reitary or most sall?lille COllnllittelleina had expected. Although the sight of rain on Monday morninl wouhl have gladdened maity a heart, still we are sure0, ever, me was just as pleased that it kept off for that day, thus ditnwing t,,gether ia crowd of people. And suchl a crowd too-the wonder was where they all came from. Fully six hundred persons were on the ground, all wearing such coniteted faces, tlhat it was worth the entrance msoney alone to watch them. Old mien and imatrons, maids and mistresses, bobbiesand boobies., had one and all come to see the sports. From far and near visitors caumc, Eurora, Benalla, and Dookie all senit their representatives, and as al matter of course, the whole of Violet Town anid iis wife were there, so it can be imagined what a concourse were plreset. On the grllund M3rs. ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MOGLONEMBY JOTTINGS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 14 November 1884

"33Y IN(tl': The tea-meeting in cni,:ictio with the l3etihodist church l n:,e ,:i" on Friday evening last, and was ta decided success. No trouble had been spared io make it so. and the result was thalr our schooll 'was taxed to its utmost capabilili.i-s, and thl:o: h .good artrngelcents had b-ctn miiad:e t pro vide seats for all, yet fully half those pre senit were obliged to st:a:1 during the evening's entertainmieut. 'Te itabies were presailed over by Mlesdates iC!t din. , l'wert, and Godden, and ?Miss T. Smith. 1'T say that these ladies performed th:ir duties most elliciently is the mildest t:':!n I can use, andl as country peoploes ap ipetites arc generandly good, it may readily le acknowledged that ilhy were not kept idle. The tables were loaded with tim various good tlhings as necess:ary on such occasions, while the nunerots floral de corations in the sha:pe of bInulU1tts and Inoegays added greatly to the beausty and cheerfulness of the scene. I would ]lhere speak a wordin ira...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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The Advertiser PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14th., 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 14 November 1884

PULISIIED EVERY FRIDAY AiO?i*sGfO. " IMODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." F'_I.D.:AYO, _NOVEMBER 14th., 1S4. At J. H. Teague and Co's. sale' a very large supply, of, cattle was- yarded over 1200 head, 3700 sheep and 30 horses The demand for cattle was good and very few lines. were passed unsold, but there still reniaiins a large number to' be `sold to-day Best Bullocks soldto £9 10s.: Cows to £7 18.; for sheep there was not a good market 1280 being sold under the hammer.;. best fat wethers sold to lls. Gd-; For horses there was the usul drag ing sale light ones sold to £13 10s Messrs Slee, Ogilby and Co. in con 'junction with Mr J. G- Dougharty, held their usual ionthly sale on Friday last, and report 'about' 4000 sheep yarded. Fat sheep sold up to 9s 9d and good stores up to 5s Gd. , 800 cattle were yarded and 400 clhangod Iands.: Fat bullocks sold to L7 5s- Fat cows to .L8. Stores' to IA4 12s Gd.:: :Calves, yeiarlngs, to? Ll 15s. Fair prices were realised in horses Ibut owing` to Messrs S...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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KARRAMOMUS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 14 November 1884

(FR17r OUR. O?-v COIRRES'PONDENT.) A lecture was given on Thursday last in the Presbyterian. Church by the Rev J Weir B.A. who took for his sub ject "characterLtr reading." The lecture was greatly appreciated and was certainly very instructive. Breaks were made in the lecture so as to admiit of some singing to which Misses Ennis and (Gourlay and lMiss Ennis and Gourly to which they contributed. At the conclusion of the Rev gentlemans remarks, a vote of thanks was passcd to him on the motion of Mr hick seconded by Mr Watterson. Mr Duncan proposed a vote of thanks too the singers which was carried by acclamation. The church out here has been very prosperous of late, and as the conmmittee have a good sum of money in hand they intend to to enlarge the building. The crops look very dry and rain is badly wanted. The average yield will run from twelve to fifteen bushels per acre.. Water has been very scarce here in, some parts. Some of the people have to drive their cattle a long way, to f...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOW MUCH ARE THEY? [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 21 November 1884

110W--1iuCtr ARE TIHEY? Two" masiicrs OIC d e inthc 1,ock'in Collinsstrcct, is n a. jcus", ws emanil: from the country was heard to-excl:,iut; l My aurrely to goedcess lhcy munt be sonic lair * invcution,. I cnver seed- them: befor. Al I know otr-l I hesal frmer SI'Guflv:y say a man iac toe's: _ hal t.takens out a patcet to:r a - "new sort' . u:earccr.,s, csso w that; the fruit aseisnn is cmin:g c:2 au'"I-shuldui'tweonder -hut wliat those' tliitngsaisretlhns'n, ssscslhey'rc out for exhibition.-I ' wondsr how much: the --aro:-'--- -- I -:i:hn::,

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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EUROA RAINFALL FOR YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 21 November 1884

EUTROA RAIFALL FOR YEAl . : The following is a complete tdblo of . "infall.: Months. No.of days. Rainfall. January 6 3.06. February 4 ..32 March 4 1.10 . April 2 1.01 S- 8- 2.53 June 12 4.09 r '- July ,; '" .2'' , -:.23 -, August 9 1. 64 S Otober 6 1.50 Novemiber 3 2.25 19.74: .1Totl for '"Banioe Speriodtlast year. : 24.35 Raif all to d f A gust. ,Place No. of dsa Rainfall } 65 23.98 C L.Vleet . T.ia -159" 12:170 J' " J'.AiiiiBl. ireprostfie about a hu'drcd . l ton'ser ? cre.-' A • . . . . 7 . A

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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MIEPOLL AND BRANJEE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 21 November 1884

YIEPOLL AiMD BlAWJEE. (FROM OUR OWi. COaRESPONDETrr). -Tho prolonged'stretch of idrought isbe ginning to cause some uneasiness'among the farmers. Vegetation of all sorts is making no;headway on account of the dry state of the' ground, although the crops have at the present a very healthy ap pearance..;Hardly.. any., of .the, farmers ;have(:any fallowing :;doxio, arid,thero is not much of a prospect, for tlib;e"ruiig season. Crops of oats are very poor in this district, blut the ;,birley crops are looking grand. The average will be a great ceal lower than last year. Tihe area und©r'dultivatido'in the paiish oflI iepoll is 1,295 acres. and the average yield, will .be about 15 bushels to the acre. The area. under culiiatioat in the Branjee-parish is. 350 acres, as it has only lately been sel ected, aid' the average. will be" about the same ?' in Miepoll. - -

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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TAMLEUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 21 November 1884

-* T.A.i MilTAMXL EWGJLi 1.: (rnot A,,CASUAL coRnESroiDerT.) . .OrinFriday the,31st of.October, a picnic was given to the children of the Tam leugh,, North. school, at` which they thoroughly' enjoyed ':themselves. The parents and'others attended also, and as sisted to' makb it'a success. Racing was indulged .in .during the afternoon, and thanks-to theFliberal subscriptions re civedlfrdomthbsc:prosent, a good number of races were run. Swinging'and other games usual at' such'gatherngs' were also indulged.in, until tho sun descending in the-western sky, 'larned the children that it(was1 tifie to depart. In the evening about.60 ladies and gentlemen, at the in vitation of the teacher, assembled in the school-room, for the purpose of' dancing, which was kept up with right good will till midnight, at which hour. an adjournment for refreshmient took'pllacd. ? After doing jistice'to thbogood' tliiinsprovided danc ing was again resumed andvigoriusly kept up tillbroad'daylight, when all took t...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ARCADIA. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 21 November 1884

ALCCAIDIA. (FROx OUR OWN .CORRESPONDSEN.) Theo concert in aid of the children's prizes was held in the Stato school Arcadia East, on Friday evening tho 31st of Oc tober, and proved a great success. Tih only dissatisfaction'felt was the want of room,. several being unable to gain ad mission on that account. Tih first item on the programme was an opening chorus from the company, which was rondered in a highly creditably manner, considering the principal pirt' of the per.ormers were amateurs. Several songs, recitations, and farces were delivered by diebr.nt gon tlemebni, which finally, brought the few pleasant hours spent therein to a close. After the close of the concert, the room was cleared for dancing, when aboat forty couples took part in the perf ,rnanc. , and spent, a most enjoyable evening. The music was provided by Messrs. Kelly and Hunt, Mr. Joseph Ick, 'of -Karram omu:s, kindly officiated as M.C., in his usual praiseworthy manner. This memorable season of '84 still con tinue...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 21 November 1884

,CORItr1SES]PO»%»IDENCE. (Our columns are open for the discussion of all questions which arc not of a sectarian character. We wish it to be distinctly *understood, however, that we do not necessarily, identify ourselves with the opinions epressd by our coirespondents. All communications intended for insertion .must .be addressed .to -the Editor, and contain' the ,name ,anl ddress of the writer as a guaramntee 'of' good faith,. ED "A."

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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LOCAL MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 21 November 1884

-LOCAL M\I4IKTS T: c Thocal: mnill reports: VWheai's?7d; feed .oats -3s ; fowls wheiit 3s. MIr C. -I. Deboos reports .;prics loP"ll na? fnllow. - . tFresh butter 7d to 8d .'Potted butter Cd. Carcase pork, under 1001b 4d. Sowls, 2s tc-i tsper pair. S" Ducks 3s-perpair. -Turkevs-?a to 10s pcr, pair. Sheepskiiis 3d?to "?4d:' i" garoo'skius 94 to 'le.i'd. i Wallaby Gd, to 7d. ' Oppossum 2s 6d to 4s' 6d: -ear 2s 61 aT ttlc.Bark, £2 to £6 per ton. J. E. Handbury and Co. report : Butter (print), '7d to Sd per lb..; prime new cask,.7d to.7{d; eggs, 10d honey, 3Sd to 44+1 per lb.;pigs 3d to 41d a ; tur?ig, a stos:10s.per jiir.; fowls, 2s :to 3s; ducks, 3S.to -4s 6; oppossum -skins, 2s Gd to Gs. fr D.-A. CCasement hay a :crn merchianti Eiroa, reports: J3ran ls 3d. Pollard is 3d. .: Bet bay chaff to £, 10s Best straw do. to £3 lBarley 4s' perbush. .Crushed 4s 6d 'Oats 4a Od - Crushod 4s. 3d. SPeas 4s 9d. Potatoes to 9s Gd per cwt. Linseed 2Ss per cwt. . Onions 21 per lb..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 21 November 1884

Clew ootmeeu, o uilo, o le'o . fli, ants, lad l-h -- eetler. s ljeete. oiko'lki'""j pke-rabl 1ts, g..Imrd ])ni ,'M.; Mo s nRiod Co., Mlcbou l, tenesn l Agoolo. - ' A .t C. I.U.-Tolerl' olaeorsotiino- (roe, th. Marti Vianditiidt4crtiun of youtti, Ocryoi ts pivcok moo cnrly 'dewl y om3 ';t dI obooJ, h.cl Will sand a . tcio*L hat _.wtll.ilrno:yo'. FItEt.OF ()111,10.0 L This .rcmt re - icilly -w as ditiomenal by a iiiiarlotar3n so mth Anoiortm.. Sendaoelf-aaldd oeleniooo..i q od ale _lioice to orepay pastaeo to_ Rtev 30mepl'T. T o.a a Statito D.Ro'rfork. Cit. ity.S.A. 1K' \l1to dt+ Iloji Iilte-s cureiim [ mmli19 flne boo ey glee ocl tigmtiout i.c![mi l..od aa l t htmt lhy he tiot n i all thea .egoim. itcu.- _ Jii'toeryo"repotont, e.n:of thoe meeat c-cioo aond Set moot netleeted iteoas of thts counitry, can ho radily cored be tl:c use of teiq ifttcn.. Sle T 1IE WONDER - OF TiE L IIORLI HIE RIMAN'S WOIRIID-IIENOW.E1 f.El) S 11 EEPW E I- . U .- '11 Celebllted -Vermin Destroyer. Thisiitrell...

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LONGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 21 November 1884

LO GWVOO.-u - (o o3 n OUR ow CORRESPOni - -T.) On WedncsdyE next .r.. T lDobbin, will hold his usual Inonthly' st6ck. salo at Long??obd:-- .- .i '.:.. lMr Tu tllhe 1hon troasnrer of the Ixbetcd relief fuiid beg tbo accrd his best. thdiaksto to those persons vho so gcrie'riisly contributed: 'to the aibove fuind.': The amount rcaliised ?qualsf£24. '.:- - 'The pupils of the Old Longwood State school having challenged those of Steven's Privaite school to play a game of -cricket, the event came off on Monday. week, it boeing a' iublic holiday, on the New Long w6odi cicket ground, withtho following result. Old Longwood won the .toss,'and elected to go in, but as they could. only muster nioc players two eof the other team had to be struck'off' so that the nimatch was played with isine on either. side. :MrI. Wiliamn Boulton nacting as um-, pire for the challengers, and Mr. Henry, Richey of. the Communercial Hotel for the challenged. OLD Losuawouon-Firab lintio.ss, -L= Alex Bain (bowsled) .....

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ACTION FOR BREACH OF PROMISE. COSTELLO V. HEHIR. £1000 Damages. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 21 November 1884

ACTION :FOR BREACH OF PR.O ?MIIS E.: COSTELLO V. 'HEHIR. £1000 Danmabges. His Honor Mr. Justice Holrord and a jury of six were occupied oui Saturday, Monday, and Tuesday, with the case of Costello v. Hehir, an action to recover £1000 for breach of promise of marriage and seduction. Messrs. Purees and Hodges (instructed by Mr. Demainis) ap peared for the plahintif;. and Messrs. J. T. Smith and Dully (instructed by Messrs Duffy and Wilkinson) for the defendant. Mr. Hodges briefly stated the case as set out in the declaration, and iMr. Purves then opened the case for the plaintiff. He said that it appeared that the plaintiff Winnifred Costello, was a young woman living with her parents in Shepparton, and the defendant, Patrick Hehir, was a well-to-do land-owner, holding a farm at Caniamlbo and other places, of consider able value, and also carrying on business as butcher on a large scale. The acquaint ance between the two parties c?une about through the defendant supplying the de fenda...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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THE SIMPLETON. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 21 November 1884

THE - SIdfPLE TONlA. ., Tise other day somiiething.inducedl.men to glanci at tllat eceedingly cheelfiill and interesting journal, the Gove rnment Gazetle. It's a wonderful little plaper for iifnfornation is tile Gazette, and thoroughlly independliit in its tone, but still it's not exactly the sort of periodical a man woldll get up at fire o'clock in the nmorniiin for. Altogether it is a strange coiipiiund of proclaimations, notite-, staltisticl returns, invitations to pay mining calls and such stuff, and it neither hoasts .1 leading article, a sportillg Coiluinn, nora "to lice continu'd in our next" yarnil. Who the readers of the Gazelle iro!ii nolbody seems to unnderstand, ind nafitr imanking diligent cnquirins on this suiiject, [ :anu al.most forcted to the conclusion lthat out'idle tthe C(1ivi'r:l.llll' t Plinting. Uffice it has n, IraIrs. I iight. iaid, ;ind very flw inllilde. The Gazete hasl a very queer siay, levuiiliail , its own, of relaiiig firts. For i:,stance i!. miaking ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 21 November 1884

W . -."". . HA R ./AN, SIIOE:MAKER, K.' IRKLAND-STREET,- EUROA. R epire Naatly executed at Shortest Notice. 'orkmanship and Material Guaranteed. S . E T T 0 . A JEWELLER :of ETUROA, m-.i . y See.. at Mr Tuckett'a Refreshment .,ooms every. WEDNESDAY, where S" lisy be ; ;y I ef t any time during the + - " - " . ... " •- ' " M ARTIN' S . eG~EUINE H u(MOPATH MEDICINES. The -followig12 most commonly used SIedscines, TINClURES. OR PILULES In aCarboard Case, and including DR. RUDDOCK'S WORK, "The-Stepping Stone to Iomoiopathy and Health," may be obtained, price 1:2s, from MARTI&N PLEASANCE (Late Martin & Co.), 85 COLLINS ST., EAST, S.IELBOURNE.: ACON. .AP.: ,(Jonkshood). *Chiefly -affects the * circulatory system, and-is curative in all cases of hInlanm matory, Cattarl'tl, and Simple Fevers SFeverish . Colds, .Bronchitis, Chicken: Spox, Croup, Measles, Pleurisy, Gout, I Head-spots, Scarlatina, and Teething of jliifants; in Face-ache, Neuralgia, and SCongest'on. . . BELLADON...

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