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VISIT OF THE RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 12 March 1884

'9:ni - ~ Coiw o onre a"e. 5rs T. ,M'Baxter; M ? Ytson, ,Engineer iester-ay xorwngn r o Mill ey railwa Thev wereineta tlte radw isartito I the laor nd down{Clerk, 0 who n.c n.iie thei to the whirf show Sthe te p se ite for the ne iterand p?ontnl g. oattih; e di$;apidated Cnidition of the old one. PiirticulTiarrenirif?'wrmde asto, te necessity of: connect ig the new pier byraih :from the tationMr C ? 'enps giving it as lh soplinol that :it will Abe~ ii any yeara befoie theres i1l,4e e;ny A distinct pronnse wah given thata m :i of 6o 0 0should be granted for com. plting thie; dran~age, .of ILýeiarioiith it tiugh the railway reserve, ef Sto be. done on. the same' terns ias }xtili t tiin Ghlibrand. street, wiici' ,lias, gli?i engeneral satisfaction. An" .in proeminent wa .ilso promisedn in..tb samitafy arrangements at the railway, staltion, twhereby the .acioimm odtioni :ill bei do bled{ A hIi' tl; icoursei f'tleir. drii e round the to?l n, the comissioners expressed them selves very. m...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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CURIOSITIES OF CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 12 March 1884

CURIOSITIES OF 'CRICKET. Another distinction bletween sides is Married and Siingle.:: The ,beginning olf tihe alphabet has been pitted against' the latter part---A to K against L to Z. Dutring the last few years, a' good'nitcli'was maide be. twen Over thirty and Under thirty.; In 1810, a similar matchy was?played, butiit was between Over thirty-eight and,Under thirty-eight. ,, S . . Single counties have played the rest of 'England; just as in the early days of crick. et, - a :single' club: would; hold sits, own against everybody else. Hambledon against England, with Hambledon victorious, is re corded in the early aniials of cricket! "The time has ;gone Jwhen any single , county is' strong enough to contend against all others. Somie wonderful. scoreshave jeenaiiaeat cricket ; butiin `1882 the Orle&ani Cldb' lbeat all iprevious; recor'ds: Againit 'Rickling Geen;, thie3 sdo rel:i ineyhundred anidtwenty in one ainning p here ; area many;; eases known in which nothing i as' b'eon...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Household. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 12 March 1884

LOBTER CROQUETTSs.r-Take any bits of lobster which 'yo?i have 'lft 'rid' pouiid it: until dark and light meat and the coral are well mixed; mix with; it not quite an equal quantity of fine bread crams ;:season witli pepper and salt and a few grains of cayenne;, add a little.' elted butter (it the'bread is very dry it may require two tablespoonfuls). Form the "mixture into egg-shaped. balls, roll in egg and fine crumbs, and Ory in boil ing lard. MARIYAi D PIE.- Pare six 'medium-sized potatoes? doered witi-h'ot water, and bo until they are: soft, mash: them with a little milk and',salt.; ;Butter a small pudding dish and put some of the pbtato around the sides. Lay, in 'slices of cold'mintton; `that which is a little rare is best. Put in pepper and salt, at wine.glassi of catsup, and enough gravy to:make the meat quite moist. Cover with washed potato, score with a knife, and make ii an oven about forty minutes.' Jusat. as it b'egins to brown rub a little butter over:,: the top.:.. ALMO...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Sentinel. WEDNESDAY, 12TH MARCH, 1884. News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 12 March 1884

WVEDNESDAY, 12TH MARCH, 1884. News and Notes. To-day ihe United Order of Odd fellows visit Queenseliff, and arrange ments have been made for them to visit Sorrento if so desirous. The Despatch has been sent to Cape Nelson near Portland with the apparatus for the new.lighthouse. It will be one of the first class, and in working order within three weeks. The guns that were abandoned by Baker Pasha's army after tbhe defeat nearr T-iikitt itl a ilot"'f hinder have been recovereel b y British tioops. I Theo, ,!o ini , letter wasre at the: council 'meetirng oIe ' loiday: night: SBalisoralcottage, 3rd! Marchli, 13848i "I desire to -all the aittentini of' the dquncilt tli e. way hi w lbc I g;eese are ajo wed tQ wan d or aiout ,the juioongh; £ lis not onlioth tatthedilidiei tlhelfoot, patl buit they ire ".psiti~d d'ilnerous !t littledi ildirei ! '.iThe ie f b lack? gate? .The "leader? ¢,f tlhe flock'"; an' old .fgader isd i llitikand attacks. eervone ;th t passes buy ,in the.case of adults n...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 12 March 1884

" ,i, i z i v' r f l ; tS ,; I Vg k?Iý:iI0 S, : il M . S .. ,4l. Hotels a?d other houses.are requested t i eidz'Jibitlhei'ei sd1ed risitor list] - Tllurn t eyaf , bbh. . . 1 ? r'?.-;k1 -t:ji ,J ' ¬+; .':y.r 1{:.: i fs 'imil i . ,im ifini /ij l obm ingt6ni,i alleristine -.) )iDeane?. BA li , W b~terj -', fiu>i C. Snith Stiewaird ,Blog. GFrfist, 1 ,aizg S Holt. , Vindli lLc-sfyrhtdeKilfidol, ,C:hamb: S e rs," Robinson, DIowner, Galbiith, Et L ~W A'Lshr, .;';i^ ;41id > i if.·i c dils. bti tinpson ,Moor ianid taille, li .Mr and M Mat thews.. MrsIf.JMoore udldaughteri , ai e ? ";t:DrtBMnlieer i:, ;, A ?t ' ,,, " Misses Carr, Mason. Mfoore, Wallae, i W' iB l ,s s * : i + ' io ' , '::) 'Miasoni (3) Brown Kelly, 0 Malley; .. ..... a M el ile, ' 4r e a fa nl .ob . E n, RL obeints on , Bel, , ..... "1. D. Clarke ,, ,:?'[r3.i ld in rBi I : - . - isses Carr, Mas"n MooIr Wala,, Messrs;. i "a i H "la. l . " I.2 e" ? lod , +' "i :FAeiIýtlLYi BUTCOHER oc, MERCER STREET, j . Qnbrc' h' ff . O R...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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MRS. THORPE'S NIECE. A STORY IN TWO CHAPTERS. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 12 March 1884

ýMRS; TEORPE'S 1IEC E.4 A 5ORY IN WO C'HAPTERS. CHAPTER I. I had wondered all day over the stubble with my degs and my gun, with the fierce September sun beating down on me, and had arrived at that pitch of fatigue when one stumbles rather than walks, and every yard seems a mile. I had note an idea, either, where I was. I had only comne down the day before to this shooting I had hired, and had inaugurated the first.of.Septemberin solitary grandeur, awaiting a party of friends on the morrow. The keeper had gone home some time ago, declaring that it was too dask to'go'on shooting, whilst I, partly to curtail the solitary evening that awaited me, partly to gain more knowledge of my tem porary surroundings, had wandered on and on to explore. I was thoroughly done up now, and so tired that I would have given anything to have seen the light of my shoot ing box .twinkling. in the distance. Instead of,them, however, nothing but ever-increas ing darkness and a dismal 'lack of human habitatio...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Queenscliff BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, 10th March. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 12 March 1884

"'i it: .... ....... ,rjnschiff - .... . -:'R O iday" 1O0th Mirca:t0 Ct,;; uý .-"ij?g 'of the council w r Ciizens): Crs Adman`, BaillieuJainie i neclthe, usu l.lartion; ,too?lt 'is'seat., . tCorrepon dtme tFromi the-Diep eitc , ? didtiighsub iidyci fr tl Po'nt I ?t e l?'`dde d q Noclerksttbl d? uuae!ih .neighbourhoot o]station tbeoinn; 6 i'he;Tf lhd 'statniil that' the "ouncl? if' s 1.idisedl.b, t hlt ene. ncrumtt,,would dothe mr ca rk.hlad been acktio-uo}edo h aylot ned inj reigard to thelt f itiaof t ii i'a?r'ir *omiuno Stitniot: th tistation;, iThe{, toiw n clrk ~aid, i - tlit. lie had writd iften; aking 'the depti tinent -n to (ieffhe thre rat v ilrifsrve ore ar the ihihrf' a utlntvt iens street. Aeiter was t red ifi,~.i tlibityotfough irspect yr, Jnihtio inig then itnes. o l persoins 'rihokept, pigs a'ttl ougli: to' i :payi 1 a registrahion' fee'of" £' mi ad-'r .Dtidson aluo statedo that. he w ouhld look round inroit ,c:refily?tand see if 'there lwerep.uj- tore. : eses 'O the m...

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OUR ILLUSTRATION. HAPPINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 12 March 1884

OUR E ILLUSTRATION..,. HAPPINESS. "I would I were a milkmaid, To sing, love, marry, churn, brew, bake, and die; Then have my simple headstone by the church, And all things lived and ended honestly." "Queen Mary "- -TsiNxsoN. Cicely spins beside the way, In the shade, a harvest day; Silken rustle sweepeth nigh, 'Rich-dressed lady standeth by. "All so peaceful, I confess, Here, at last, dwells happiness ! Say,,good mother, did'as thou e'er Envy's pang, or sorrow's, bear?" Bent old Cicely looks andsmiles: "Envy, lady, each beguiles; . - And for me, in youth's far day, 'Once we chose the Queen of May, "AnAnd the maiden crowned with glee Stole my lover's heart from me." SSid the lady low, "Distress Not relf.caused is happiness." ," Happiness !" quoth Cicely, "No,;.: But at Courts such flower can grow;, Quiet and content, at most, 'Are the plants these fields can boast;,;. "I must tend the cows, and keep:, Watchful care o'er straying sheep." 'Said the lady, " Such cares bless Tranquil hou...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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ADVICE TO A YOUNG WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 12 March 1884

ADVICE TO A' YOUNG -WIFE. Never diseasi servaint at table. l Never distiirbla imain "while reading hi. paper. Never ask a fat man for any hingwhile pulling on his boots. SiNever splieaks o a man untitil hllhais had, somethiinggood to eat...: I; :MD : ,Vhen you want anything,,wait until, he; has had his breakfast,. andthen,,help him teilderly into lhis coat, anid while behind him, smoothing his collar the rightfway, ask for it. Never offer a man anything twice. .:When he looks inijred and plaintive, ex am~ine his plate; there is sure to he a va cancy:' ,i ' Be careful not to be behind him if .he stubs. his tee in the carpet, because you kvill 'be the cause. LIf hecomes to breakfast lodokiig on the eve of sobs- ask iiot the ireason,: for he.will ianswerthat he had.but one towel. :.'?If- het lies., on the, sofa, after dinner and shakes the hoise with hiis snores accuse him ' not of-aleeping, for he is" merely thlnking with his eyes shiut.' . If heisays.he-is :',going to the drug store ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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MY FRIEND THE TIGER. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 12 March 1884

MY FRIEND'THE TIGER. Many are the tales told of faithful dogs, horses, cats, and other domestic animals. The following,,incredible as it may appear, is, I believe, a true account of the fidelity shown by one of the most ferocious of the fira nature to his master, as told me by a friend, now, alas ! no more. The friend I allude to was one of the most distinguished ,of the officers of the late Honourable East IndiaCompany. He was well-known through. out the length and breadth of the land as one without fear arid reproach. Pre-eminent as a soldier, as a statesman, and as a sports. man, he will never be forgetten as long as the annals of our Eastern Empire are extant. Many are the monuments raised to his memory, but none more enduring than the affectionate regard in which he is held by the Bheels, whom he brought under subjec. ' tion, not by the rigour of the law, but by personal example and dashing, almost reck less, bravery, winning the hearts of the Speople by his open-handed generos...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Wit and Wisdom. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 12 March 1884

K 1 i if ~ i~~t Strong people-Shoplifters. SThie most useful thing in a long run.-' Breath, The multiplication table.-The registry of births. A pair of stairs is a queer thing.-It has only one foot. : .. A man too busy to take care of his health is like a mechanic too busy to take care of his tools. Correctly don't seem like a hard word ; yet they all go down because they can't spell ,cor rectly. A London paper says that Oscar, Wilde is fool. The London Press is always slow in get ting news. Gentility is said to be eating meat with a silver fork when the butcher is not paid. . A collector of curiosities wants to get the original brush with which the signs of the times ,were painted. - When would you expect a man to'suffer 'from ka stitch in his side?-.When he has been hemmed in by a crowd. Brown says it is a wonder there is any truth fulness in the world when mankind begins life by lying in the craille. : i I. 1 How is it that the hangmen of late have been shoemakers?-Because they, ...

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IS IT REAL? [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 12 March 1884

- 'IS IT REAL? ' ' "Well,"I iiiist :be going now;' Dick;, for ' time and tide wait for no man,' you know. " .We had been discussing some important matters of business previous to my goinmg to a distant town'in?a south;westerncounty. "Never mind your old saw, Tomni, replied nPl friend; "you have time enough; ' and if you go now you will be waiting for time, which, as ,you say, :will_ not' wait for -you. Ten. minutes will take, you to the station, and the traind does riot leave till'one o'clock. 'Tie now; yoii seeii'o'ily-htlf-past twelve;" and Dickappealed to a very;elegaht:looking .watch which he drew fromhis pocket. ,. / "Holloa.!. , When did you get that gor. 'geous ticker and albert chaini ? Gold; ain't. it,? Wish I'iotild afford`uch extravagance.": " ;Not exactly gold," he replied;-looking a: little disconcerted,; biit, the next thing to it." ' No, it isn't"Dic6k"t," I trt d,' "'tiin't asgood for wear, nor as good for the melt-, ing-pot. "IBesides, if ajfellow was h'ard up, as y...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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INTOXICANA. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 12 March 1884

INTOXICANA?' If there are many* things?bn which to get intoxicated, there are still more forms'of in toxication. These vary prinoipally with the individual; and here, again, is the well known, fact that the quantity which a man inay drink at oiie time with impunity will serve to overcome him at another. Much depends on the stat'e of the health, the pre sence or absence of food in the stomach, the questioh of habitude as to the time of day, the mental condition at the nmoiienit an excited person being much more quickly affected than one whose mind, is tranquil and the nature of the liquor; for different people are susceptible to.spirits, wiine,-ori beer in different degrees,,, whlich idoý siot always correspond with-the proportions of alcohol which those fluids contain;. "" Mix-. ing one's liquors" is proverbially imnwise ;? yet at the dinner-table one may take half-a dozen wines in succession with a result which might be7 different if no:food .were taken concurrently. .. Brandy, whi...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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THE LEGEND OF THE TWINLAW CAIRNS. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 12 March 1884

THE LEGEND OF THE TWINLAW CAIRNS. On the southern ridge of the Lammermoosi:, five miles from the village of Westruther, Berwickshire, stand the TwinlawCairns. They form one of the most noted and interesting features of the country-side. The Twinlaws, as they are familiarly termed, are two pillars of unhewn whinstone, which ..stand about fiforx'siftyyards·apart. Around thd base of each', a rought circulari causewady of flat stones, unpolished by the touch of art, ex -tends- to-a ,radius of ,several--feet.-.A,>few miles to the westward of these monuments, and hidden all but the turrets, amid a clump of fir-trees, is the mansion of Spottiswoode; "whilee °tb"tli t ea'sdt"is tthe "decayed?house of' Wedderlie, once thehome'of the Edgars, now the property of Lord Blantyre. On the plain beneath, between the rising ground and the turnpike that leads past Lauder and on toy Edinburgh, the infant Blackadder trickles' through fields"that-not long ago were marsh 'lad, on its journey. Merseward...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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LOGIC. I. Her respectable papa's [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 12 March 1884

I. Her respectable papa's. -" M\y dear, be sensible! "Upon my word," ' This-for a woman even-is absurd. : His income's not a hundred pounds, I know. HI's not worth loving.?-"f!ButI- love ;him II. Her mothers, : "You silly child, he is well-made and tall; Bi/t looks are far from being all in all. HIs social1standing's'low, his family's low. ife's not worth loving."-" And I love him. so." III. he' cternal friend's. "Is that he picking. up.the fallen fan ? M1~y dear ! he's subh an awkwvard, ugly man ! You must be certain, pet, to answer "No." He's not worth loving."-" And` I love him so." . Iv. Her brother's. "By Jove'i were ' a girl-tlhrdugh horrid hap I wouldn't have a milk-and-water chap. The man has not a single spark of "go." He's iihot"worth loving,"'--" Yet I love,him so; " v.. Her own. Andver;e he eveirthing to which I've lis tened;. Th ouigh he wereiigly, awkward (and he isn't), Poor, lowly-born; and destitute of "go,?!: " He is worth loving, for I love him so."

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Sitting Down on Him. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 12 March 1884

Sitting Down on Him. "I don't altogether like this young man Millikin, who comes to see you so often; I hear-.he is rnothing but a poor dry goods clerk," is what the head of a family said to his daughter one day at the dinner table. "He is a very nice young gentleman," re plied the daughter; "besides, he is some thing mote than a poor dry goods clerk. He gets a large; salary, and is manager of one of the departmients, and expects some day to have an interest in the business." "I hope he may," responded the old man; "bit'he strikes me as a very flippant 'ii?i pertinent young person, and in my opinion he should be sat down upon." ....Well, I have, invited him to take` te with us this evening," said the daughter, "and I hope you will treat him politely at least. You will find him a very different ;person from what youstiupose him to be." " Oh, I'll treat him politely enough," he said. That evening; Mr.Millikin appeared; at supper, and made a most favorable im pression upon the old gent...

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A SINGER. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 12 March 1884

A "SINGEl. How caln a persol learn to sinig? That's wlhat I hant to ash.k ' I tarted (out somne years ago All a-rdour for my task,. The teacher thint I met witl, fir st My bi'ils wiith terims iorild cramn Ltoin'tfse U the ;t3'roidmusic~ao U S. from the mdiaphram.. : HIli settoq pena riduh iynv jawa .:' 4 Ad i di my windpipe ;rope With little muiroi:s `set oni'wires,' ' Calleda. laryuoscpe . M< -secon l ,teachet:r d myW ioice I I: ad hee? quite falhely, tried, ;; Thiat 'registerk' icre siriply 'bosh's 'Aind ihiist be"'et aside:" ?A third one told me that :voice .. ,? bunt fort ecod hrnq ,' . Aiud if Ijgot, it'focursed'iight,,, ., It would: iiimproved' apace.-,. ;knotheirtold me that mi breath: 'dut near the armpits pil 'The next one said .theforce fgr tone" Withiii t,.thheiirhraes ??a,. With incal chords. nd diaphra-.m SlAnd er:co thly6id ,borne; And couldit ?ea , .. ' "' 4gt lasti metY *trec ,o'e .e? heard tlie ugi ,,qine patientl,,. .Thien sah4d 'Y~i~iaie voice..'.,; r,,...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 12 March 1884

At a country preaching appointment, Rev. J. L. M-- met'with a lady whom he did not immediately recognise. "Brother Jones's daughter?" said he, inquiringly. ' Oh, 'no," replied she; " I used to be his 'daughter, bit I am married now !" It is an old " dodge" for doctors who want to get into notice to have a servant come into church and call them out. But- Dr. .Mesad, of London, rejoiced in a father who. was the minister of a large congregation, and whenever his medical son was sum moned in church time, the good minister was wont to call on the people to unite in prayers for the body and soul of the sufferer to whom the physician had just been called,

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QUEENSCLIFF BOROUGH [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 15 March 1884

QUEENSCLIFF, BOROUGH The following :observations on the Climate contain ?allthe iniformation that can be de. sired, From its semi-insular situation, with a light loamyjsurface- aid limestoue snbstrat um, Queunsaliffe ipossesses a very mild, dry and agreeable :ilimate,- .Ice 'nas never been, seen duringits: history of 37 years, and hoar: frost but rarely; tie sumrmer heatis: tem perea by land and 'sea-breeze, and the nights are invarialy Ccool - Equabiity of climate';renders- queensciffe a desirable plae foir inv?lids especially, those suffering from chest ffections and did eases fo"r which;the antiseltie and curative properties exhaled from the surrounding sea are recopiended- It alue as a sanatorium has also becen increased since the establish ment of ;the Clifton Mineraln Springs which are situated 'within an. ho'urs drive or ride through a very pretty wooded vountry on:the Swan Bay .sories-' i Chalybeate, Selter, Ma nesia and Sulphur Waters, the products of, so niany bubbling: sp...

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POST OFFICE QUEENSCLIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 15 March 1884

POST OFFICE' QUEENSOLIFF. O4waird Mails close at 6.30 a.mi: and: 4.40. p.m r: , ST.he letter pillars ?int Kifig street aind rIesse 'treet are cleared "at' 6 a.m and .m., O :Englishl-. M'ail`:.'dai?'- the fore Mail isdlosed at the Post Office:i , M idieyordrs" issued' and paid'from Sadviidgs' Bank open from 100 to 3 p.ui.idaily i-andon Saturdays:, till: 8 p:.mi; t, . . Inward"Mails iare i dui e ati 9.50 a m.; ':German Syrup ; No other, medicine i the voil dwas ever giveni such a'test of its curative q'ualities 'as Bosche's Geman Syrup. n n three years, two million. four 'hundred"'thousand' small. bottles` of this!medicine were1 distributed free 'of charge by rhi istsm i , he :United States.;of; America.., ;to,:.those jfflicted } with:" consumhption;, Asthma, 0Cro'p severe Coughs,' Pieumbnia~ anid other diseases of the throat and lungs, }giving the afflicted undeniable proof that German syrup will cure them. The result has been that Druggists in every town and-villa ge in civilized:ic...

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