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THE POET'S CORNER. THE Editor is always ready to receive original poetical effusions which will be published when suitable. It is desired to cultivate the gift and render this department of the paper as interesting as possible. SPOKEN IN ANGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 February 1889

THE POET'S CORNER. TuE Editor li always ready to receive origialt iKetlcul csloni, whivch will bo publlshed whon suitable. It ib dcsirod to cultate the gift, and rendr this doutrtmucnt of the pLper as Iatfrestinslg a possiblo. SPOKEN IN ANGER. S ----- " Tws but a little word il anger spoken; While proud cyes flashed through bitter, .burning tears; But oh, I felt that fatal word hlol broken The corn of love that bound our hearts . for yoprs. The tortured face, that long, wild look of sorrow, i Like 'ron' pile ghost, must haunt me S while I live; And yet, how bright, how full of joy the morrow, Had I but breathed one simple word " Forgive !" I did not hear the endelcr voice appenling, Nor moarked thy auguish when I cried, " Dleprt!" Too blind to see thy pitying glauce. revieal ing , Tlie generous promptiigs of thy nloble heart. Ho6w could :ktnow that faithful helirt was yearning, .: Though crushed and wounded to its in. most core, To take me back, like a weary bird returni ing, In fea...

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A REMARKABLE CASE. Under the above heating the Doncaster Reporter, of July 6th, 1887, publishes the following in its editorial columns. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 February 1889

A IIEMIAIIKABILE CASE. S "--- --.-.€--- .. . Undtr the laove I ulillo tile I)ocuttier E?orooto, ot Jolly Lthi1 lt, I lootlihat the follUwOi t nits . editori l columns.. - Our readelrs Ilmiy recall thle circumsltanceil e of a young clerk, named Arthur Itichohl. falling inseansible ol tile Wheatley lle ill this town omle title ago, and being ickedl up, s lihe continued perfectly helpless, and taken ill a clab by two gelltlement to tile oulice of F. W. Fisherl. Esq., the solicitor who employed him. On restoring him to eooaeotellle-s it \V ;la ti-cel-eillllle lie wa amlited with witllt lteeto otto. at itoejur able disease. Whc ali lin. bei i'able to A:oak he said ht e had betn to hIs dinnler alllnd wast on 1tts wiay- rack ttto his ,orh:, whel t d thse stet like it I who is knollckedll dlown. On colinil? to his relles in the solicitor's Slilice he thought wha this might mean. anll feared he was gOinl to have a lit of illness, which we all k vow is a tery dread. full thing for a peer man....

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SOUTH SUBURBAN HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY'S SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 February 1889

SOUTH SUBURBAN HORTICUL TURAL SOCIETY'S SHOW. The usual monthly meeting of thie above Society wos held in Dixot's Auction Rlooms on Thursday night. Owing to the nature of the weather a largeattendancecould not bhexpected, buta good show was madeby the members. Messrs A. Andersonand Cave (open class),and D. M. Ross and J. Tillotoeo (amlateur class), ,were appointed judges. In tie open clhss tJr. Greenwood obtained first prize for cat Iloorsn, dodos, annuals, verbenao, lemons, bailns, tonatoes, and vegetable nmarrows, and o second prize for asters, colons, plums, andi ecoubers. 3Ir. C. Truelove obtained first plize for ferns, cut flowers, fachsias, cricas. and verbenas, and secoInd for dahlias. [r. D. )[. Ros obtaieucd lirst. prize forca rare-plant and draccena. Mr. J.. tillotsonl obtained first prize for dahlias, potlpot, tomatoes, anld cucumbertcs. Amateur Clas:-fr. Winbanks obtained ticst prize for actcles, pansies, and lycopod, andl second for ti zinoins. Itr. D. MI. toss reccive,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 February 1889

Drapers and Clothiers. JOHN PARRY AND CO.'S SUMMER CLEAI1ANCE. Manchester. ,Vhito Calico, 21d upwards.; Table Li?i's, from. 10iLd to is lidl; 68.ih- . Shcetig,.'llj? ;. White and Fancy Qoilts, from a2 lid; Shirtings, Curtains, Napkins, &c. Extraordinary Bargains. Dresses. 3oxed Robes, Is lid, 6is l; Children's do, 4s lid; Striped Silks, 14; Re versible Cashmere, is (wonrth 2s lid); Stuffs, fron is lid; do Liberty, l'on gee, Moiud Silks, &c. Must be Sold. Fancy. lob Lots Lace Flouncing, wide, is Ribbous, froom i ; Real Chbin Silk Handkerchiefs, Is lid; Eimbrolderi from Id to lid; I?ces, Collars Long Handle Umbrellas. Very Cheap, Haberdashery. )lack, Tan, Leather Belts, Is Ild; Lot Baskets, from 6d each; Wire Ltai Brushes, Is; Pot Plants, from 6d; Purses, Bags, Fans and Buttons. Clear at Half Price. Hosiery and Gloves. Adieh and Children's Sumlmer Hosiery from 6d to is 6d ; Ladie' Silk Hose Is dI (special); Job Lot Tan Kit Gloves, Is; Kid and Fabric Gloves, it all leng...

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 February 1889

Banking Institutionso. TILE A1111A01r, IIIOAN OO 1 .1- 4", oTE irO l Sn A lOeII, ONO. DEOSITS. IPlljdnll,~ .CJ,.M)·m)·I :'.,i.,:.. .. 10. s lclflll tU70,100:" 1. .-Wo1' . d p u .A II Il A N OO.ADA NShg- C Chnlgul HtreoL . . 11.,., ;. INTEREST ALIONV`E!),PN.DHPO909TS. DDnfli beu .1 on I}:agl md,l,1 111l1, Hcotlnnd.· and nil thn 11..S'. 11n,,11,,' and.r\Kcllicn tllruupb· 11Th ord.: ' .I.R, I:NO7+ND, AnIlinguV. Tglf NATIONAL A10001 OF AUSTIALASIA. Cnplt d S,,botthll Ed l 70,000. 1,05l'00 .0.0000 llt(tn, F1, ndS, tii0.0po I 0 iccaerrn Ilinlnlryltt of Shnrrelolsra, 11,500,0(q, ST, IILDA SUA'CU.' C011100 of I1loi,0tr0t atd WOlligtongtOnt 67t Uo,-,,lt 11,t.lof 1t1000t nloo1,, ol boaooy dclgositrvl fur dred y pcdoe. Drft. ill 10000 0 11. l. 1rclold, Smtlnood, atd tltr Ilan YS Brnncla eo and EgInliaa throughout thq rarhl. ORDON 11. DARE, Managoer. TItE TA\TIONA To 1t0\LA1l, )F ' U8 Collitxl Soll ooodI, 1.(,200,000. PIl't,. '1,000,000. 11uAcrrd OFP 1 1£070,000. REotoo 1iAloility of Storcho'do...

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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TO CORRESPONDENTS AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 February 1889

''TO CORRESPONDENTSS AND OTHERS. ,This Jountnl iI lnho= d on W.V.Ir ey ad'il Stttnnln) n mornings, nlll nary to ubtainod from all ;·Tiawcs rfmdorJsoaali _ _ _oi Yn~crl~in Tho anlrecriptim in one 1>olmy lqr mllJ--sero¢ shilings Ilr ¢nuaum--niua shillings posted. Tolinsuro their lasertlon, and to admit of proper claurfflntilo, a drertisement eholtld reach this office by six o'clock p.m. on Mondaiys and Thunrys.day SIga I"I dradrishmneet.s rewcired upll tofile l.u.n, oat T'rdexlna tmI Fridays. Sutbexscrlbc hr o Ir"C rccire thits pCr "Lte, ofrhx t?.a r] ... ruegnt,?l t notify o e at this o.Cre in onler tlht tiha immcncme nle may lq remedied. Adtertisers art reminded that all rlstntc tilolul"rorringto the ithdnmwal of dlrcrtitc leutt, lec., Hurst 1. ill critihr., ,a vcrixil wotices nnIot be nttculdeF to. Letters anl other trlnnllnllliotioalS intollada for insertion in the ews Cohlannl-s ahoudd b, nddrta ll to The Editor. No !notie cann he Otkl, of llillylllOt m?le. In &gttons:...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 February 1889

Births . HOWELL..-On the. 1th Fobrunry, at CLu.. -treet, Wtndsor. tho wife-of W. W..H.tell, o66 .daughter.. RITTEB.-On the 6th February, at 66elton, W6nt.,.stroet, M1lr.., the wif of Ernest F. Ritter, co6ner6.6, t6,,,6166, o6, daughter. Marriages. O'CONNOB-DUNN.-On the 16666 u66t.. 6t the 1 6Independ6nt Ch66rhch'66t.6., by th. 616.. W. Moen (uncloft6thbr.ide), ass6ste16 by th6. 666r. 0. Copland, John O'Connor, n6.666er of, t1h D6 6f 6A6 666666.6, Wu.,66.... .6d.t 66o6 o6 John O'Connor, 66 N.M6. Customs,, to 666.666. youngest daug6teo 6th666 .6t J,,6 D,,,.,,Au dit 06e,,Mebourne. Deaths.'". ADAMIS.-0n the 6 th In6t., .t her r6ad6666.T666 tellon, Fitz.y-street, St. K6ld., Jane, rel6ct of 666e 6666 Rob6rt Ad...., 6f6S6. E,,..6, 66.d 75. IV66KS.-:O, O 6 1666 i6666., tat '66.6 .t66y,' 16nrn.6t-st66t6, St. Kild. Joh,,6ilk, so6.citor, -.1..6l 59 .6666

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WORTH BEARING IN MIND. FORTUNES IN PRINTERS' INK. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 February 1889

WORTH BEARING IN mIND. FORTUNES IN lIIlNTIE?S' INK. D)on't expect an ,adlvertisement to bear fruit in one night. , BIread is the staff of lmunm life, and nadvertising is the staff of business. You can't eat enough io a week to last a year, triot YouotoiI ailvdrtiise on ttit;plant either. A thing worth doing is worth doing well. .t thing.worthl iavertisitng is worth a1dvert: in.g well. The enterprioing,.lveCrtisetc proves that he understandlls how lb buy, becitue in adl vertish?lg he k;uowo hot to sell. If youl can aioih?e curiosity by an ad"ler tieelneot, it is a poltt gained. ,Tohe fair sex don't hnld all thl? curiposity in the worhl. People ttwho advertise otile only in tthte montt}tt ?l?get that most follt ctnnot re nlembertoeranything longer than tiiree day. Quitting advertising in dull 'times is like tearing out a damn because water i ,to?.o s 'jlttleri alio will prevent good time frotm comoing. A constant dropping will wear a rock. Keep dropintlg your advertiosements on theo p...

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POLICE NEWS. PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, 11th FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 February 1889

POLICE NEWS. MOnDAY, 11th FFBnUAiY. icefore Dr. Fetheratono? chairman, and Mlesss. ?,lliott, dykes, Dixon, Kiilpatrick, is?ales, Young, and lhomblowcer. J's.P. 1S.IIN O l l BEAVIOnUR.-A 8attcruly teI ing young woman,whohand been locked for n week, was liberated. Four young Iel aueead Alfred ear, Walter Greening. in's Carthy, and Chas. Fowler, were ' lltge It' the police with rowdyinsm. At enty minutets to two o'elock'onti nnd?li e ,ing Constable Monterief observed r "f yo[ngi fellows come out of.th'u ormnbhy, hotel in T,t'-sk-nasd, the ma jorit'if thel' ,thing ingi eliicated. Aththe lileruition of CeSiy(n-??reet and Toorak roal the actuPs', Greening tand Sear, in hliged their lpugilistic, propeansities,.. aind used Id Ilanuage. Hte locked them up,! and subsequettly Greening was bailed out; The bench inflicted a line of 40s.,in defanlt reven days imprisonment. At half:past. tvaon'clockonl Sunllday morning Constable Kineblcargh noticed the prisoner M'Carthy in Chaptelstreett endeavour...

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OUR BI-WEEKLY SERIES. NEWSPAPER AMENITIES. AS OTHERS SEE US. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 February 1889

OUR BI-WEEKLY SERIES. NEWSI'APER AMENITIES. AS OTTIIIlRS SEE US. Qomth the h nturlah Sltandard, in re olrd to the recent changes in style of this journal --" It las: been inl eistence for thirty years, and its story ha been' one of progression. Several important alterations have been effecteo in it' "' make up dIlring the pa:t year, and in its lanjit garb it is a very creditable pto luotion. Suburban papers, na a rule, onaly venture out to anloy the puolblic'oice week." The journal under notice claims to be the first to tepart from this custom, and if it maintains ito present racy style and good .appearance it should "catch'on" witl the "people of Prlmhrai, St. Kila andl surrounding districts. Thie .t[ildurra (otlirat(!r.-The proprie tors ........ lhave increased their busine s -a mulch and matle their.pa per so popular tlhat they have decided to spread themselves out anl publish twice a week. People say that suburban papers dlot' pay, but it is largely a matter of management. Jlair...

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OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 February 1889

OBSERVATIONS. ----4.--- Thim ho, t eonet ealed thite age: ISrely not thy folly; The sttrest tway to drive honouti ftem you is to gi tot thei. To kntow e thets, studiy thyelf ; to know thyself. tudy otherl. lt tiretot a feather takes higher tlight than t stonet: and an oaik is tupgtotate?l tore la uly tihu the tille is ti?loiltetl. Thy tost g'vereeet ntt is nelither it republic tot'rit nmotarchly, but tlat whichlt IbsStsults the petople over which it rules. Vtet art e torte likely to ilve thie. whom they te hle tIhee tiewh apptear to them rileualous. For of the rilleulous we deem ourselveo the superior; but thosg we ntoe are sehliln our inferiors.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 February 1889

Tuim coMiNG EI-eaTIONS, the'great New Zealand remcu y. lectore, KAlwAT0ollelta your vote and confleaco for the treattment So all;formplpfladluT.ll[. l ,M Iý .tery.-: Beo Adv. .. WIHY. GOFUUIITEII? -. ca t.11 Ton C0111lmnl}}1116Ai C11aIc!;?Ltrcet 1'rnhtno nrm rolling Cllnldiejl'Now'sclsoo e Tens~ nt 1r., t !~l. 9d,1T d., Is, 9d: ieid 2. a~rlbl.,nadnpwarda' Goxuo4,qrteidhoata, bollt chat acud chests iahr!grutly iypuccd mte.--[ADVT.] Bakers and Confectioners. Volkrann & Scoles, PASTIIYCOOKS swd CONFECTtOIERS, ". " I t-ýLnpclatmtect Widdwr B EGS io uotlfy-to tb. rcaidkute' of WYtadal, 1J an I'rnilryl, flit thoy Imvu oi~ycd blla( neiv na nlurr . slen· lrcr Lore by cirilityr andl uttuntion fu r mrlre n .trine of the Public ..mort WEDDsNG PARITIES ANh OduccaS CATEIIEI) FoR. G IOSLIEGE LAWN BAKE tY, lNo. I Grtilk. ra . ¶11AI5 I.N-, to isltislnte tbht bo Is olrotwd nL tltu nlrorc xddrrela tun Wk- : all IPlultrycoat. l pd,1 whit,, (hanktug tLn pa~lic for 5',t sntroostS, .ulk- st s si ...

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THE SAUCE PIQUANTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 February 1889

THE SAUCE PIQUANTE. wanted to give someone a great deli cacy, you would get two yolllg baby mice, blind, and unable to crawl, and place them beforo.yofo gnyst alivo, on a plate. He would dip each living morslr"B1 t dish'of ho~ny,"and olipirlp it in a sugary shroud bofore popping it into hislnuoiith.;r .Thedying squdakof the poor little atom is said to be the sauce piquantl of this favourite dish in China.- utl .

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. DISGRACEFUL STATE OF CHAPEL STREET, PRAHRAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 February 1889

LETTERS TO-THE EDITOR. DI)CInIACIFUL. STATI: OI.CHII APEL. .STltEST, II?'lt\lItAN. Sln,--In yimr iIsue of Wcdnieday ltlt.I tiotic.il it letter from'" A DClguoted Shop. keeper," lwhli complainsl bitterly of thi illigo'aceful mawer in which the coutnoijt for laying tlle wood tIlocks in Chaiel-street! Is being carried out; mlid I trust yourlli ,llh e me tlpce il your valuable joiurlnl to ouport-lllils just compldlits.i A i ftellio sholp-kLepIr, t I thre felt all t'i l1 co10. veniecl i l t lt to1 of uwhitiih i' ,.-rie in " ciii filttalorstire ofl hit, thoyugi fct i. tii.iil it tinti lt... ... t ..t.. t fr tin t rI tit l boulnlll n ttllll d lat Ii ely, how ll h dv f illl insloclery poiing and pryioillg nd tliing to flite out ltirty splots in our Intck ytolr, but for we' iichinGt'lll tl i1 libt, wet oth itrteeii-!t lyn ittagitnfrol bf wo atndl slinl, ly 11alll alougi grI o o minltU ?" lshops in this prL of -thole trcet; alld no notice was taken of it, though 1 may uenl ture to aoo thiettl...

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THE CONTRIBUTOR. COMMENTS ON EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 February 1889

THE -CONTRIBUTOR. - COMMIENTS ON EVENTS. -- -4-- [Ily BolRMaIIAN.J "Sitlrn's mt y Woynol, iot I'rn totoo icreot, To rue ianuck lll tilt ait I. I rrot." " Young hly, thoroughly donest?liated, desires to exchange services forcomfortable holme; orary nIo objct." ' Such is the ad vertiusemnt which gncces the employment coluinf of a leading daily. This young lndy of theo, rod.i.pln.diy (culinary) de partmc ntt. ha a ontll ItI?oIe poilf hr high dtn..cis f 2f ignati.n _lit.ves. this. She scorns the-vu " coio. and wit'-llRitnige any desirous ho-Cllhhl fre.e of charge. infortunatoely this descrilol.ti oft iolf prviding slavey ultlsuolly qlllies It mllistres, m110 two dolmei I o w\ai. ]IpoIll her. Talkhing of the ?tnveoy, to threadbare ihougl ititt l Tiihu-' lAic d Sot -n-jlo tall fricdlll` o emine---" reoini~tof S u'I ?'arm-'' told nie aI olltigitong tle! incidelnt she ex perienced at hoe ohans of thie ruia last week. Thrce of her goenerals hail.loft liaer without notice, nold rather than un...

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 February 1889

USEFUL HINTS. -4 ilIy your cheqtue-lwa ks with the tamorps Never ig It nythint without looking titrt to ,ec if it Ie properly statmpunl. Ieilembller, thie .r/t Iperrn whoexeoutes any ilnstrumenl is respontrible for affixing anlll canc;lllelli l thle tlllp. I)ro not forget that the date, as well rs tile initial uir ignure,ltI lt bo writtentl oI t Have all your plrinltle receiptsstl tipeol ready for Ore. letter, ;cknowhledging paymenat of ally ?m oft it or over by dralft or cheque taut pay tory. Penalties may ire recovered summarily before two justice., and the Mti;ter may allrw ai prti?ol of the nllllllllt to go to ail infl'lumer. Look carefully at your deeds. One error mIlay invalidate nll important tratnsctiol. If erveml colrril?stdeertrton tar exlpressedl inl IoIe dlocullllt , yuo ItL?ot pay oil nmel sepalmntely. I)o ot let bills rUol too long : keep thelllll oinder £?5.

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THE PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS. THE LATEST ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 February 1889

THE PARLIAMENTARY ELEC TIONS. ------ THE LI,ATEST ITEMS. It hios been ;tarlmgel for this lArliament ry generatl elections to take place' on the I2th of next lotlh. It io intended to al. tlo tile pruenltt. Lrlinment to expire by eltinxion of time, whiiohwilli tllow meotbiors to drlwt their silaricst until the 16tht of Marchl. lThe writ for thile lectiot of tie new Parliament will be iu.?ld iommntliately after the Legislative Ao?eulbly has beeti dis solved. 'The c:ililpai is nol ill full t oilng, and the calidates iareo aftivtely engagol ill the battle. 't'he Ilunl.,hoi ('atnpbell had at goetl reception at St. Kihla ol. Motliay night, whet tioe adth t ed large meeting a full report of which appturs in this io.te. - No further tliltion hlve Illbeen lde to tihe lisatat St. Kilia. altlhogh thlle are several elector. diltls of seeilng ex-Or. Wimpole ntler the liehl. •A\ prsenLtt there is a ildeidully varied tquairtette at t'rthrtu. It is ocotain. honw ever, that otvertl new men wtill ente...

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CHARADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 February 1889

CHAILA\DE. My lfrst it the pireeut, lap second the past ; Mty Whole u.pa a t clon from1 tert te thae Inst.

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A WELL-KNOWN POEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 February 1889

A WELL-KNOwN POEM. On Itnt Ili )et irl, on tits Ii tell aie, Totll sit nlR sn liaw tl on tt e t odw oh: tl, ht r ofor heous IJeeterio 0n tolooi, ltlle ctok uvtnr* ns het Il hot mcoo.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 February 1889

lithe usal octiog of the l'obrut brnct of tile Australian Nativc A.wocin tiou taken place this eveonig, when v Mr. W. I. Church will deliver his essay on ellcrlitary Inflncellc." iittnuh itorec. lihloo hcalt hiy iyj ltry,cattlc, pigs, dogs., oigoooo, notad oluoc,,tio anilstnci generally, ald egwg at t1 ycar roundt i tile iloal'iile result of ni jllicioos use of Norris' Condition Spice, which Isa iol in lina ,nly by all chcmists, storekleepcr, &c.i at' le. °s., Gs., na1l Ios. cwel. It is the only nlon-tbi holoe alnd l ttle spice ever offered to the lpublic,andti tieounprledentn suc~cess wvhic has ahlttncdl its u0e its givc rio to nuntcnus worthless nd in some a.e oi pevitivcly illjurio?oll inoitations. The poblio nnc t oherlcfllr nto?iwtl to bk oo their gUrld, oIoll to take no other than tllh orriginllnllad ot llniloe Coondition Slice for lorc., cottle, Itltry, cb?n, lhtroidccl'd to' the Ipnblic 1y Mr. T'. W. Norri in 1871. T.he total , uoIotr of tiooo olol oltuoioo ;1882 ano...

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