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Monster Cucumbers. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 1 March 1898

Monster CncnmlM'rs. Mr. H. Kinsman brou..|lt .. oflire yesterday two imwon*- r r''r bVrs, weishing over 8lbs., on- n^!!''''' lag 14 inches r.,un-l Th.-y w..n.'S'|r' ch timiion cucumb^rx of RMh,',, -' '' n.'ar Ca-i.don, grown by Mr. Kin,,, '''' and were the largest the wii.e I ' ever seen. They are to be PX|-i ,i ' '1 at the Cainden show. ''''i-H

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wingccarribee Cricket Union. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 1 March 1898

Wingccarribce Cricket Union. The fact that there is a cricket union in this district is probably news to agreat many puople, and it is not to be wondered at bb th»ri» hiis been very little mentioned about in the locul newspapers which, however, is not (ho £»ult of the newspnper people. Tlie MittngcDg Cricket Club suggested forming a union at the beginning nf tlie present Benson ami invited the other district clubs to 'lend 3 dule^Htes from each to bold a moetiuj; at MitU gong, with IIih obji'ct of frmniug the n»-:essnry rales to carry out a union. This invitation wag unauimously ac cepted by every club and all was well, officers were appointed, tho president, secretary, and treasurer were Belncicd from the Wiitng.ng club and vice presidents fiom nn-mbers of all 1I13 others. A commit lei? of 3 were also appointed from Mittugong tn drnw up competition rules. This they did very ably, but omitted to insert a cluus', restricting members to the club in their town 01 to tho club whose wick...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 1 March 1898

Von Don't ttPantPftysic Waft more Work more Catltss OPorr? less and Drink Wolfe's ED ONLY REAL Schnapps flpfl m rolll find Life wont) £$33. ' BVt | ' 1 1 THE ] ' j WHOLB \'- !| PUREST {! ! BOTTLES.]' i[ LIQUOR. ]? Christie's CLEARING-OUT SALE ! SATURDAY, FEBRY. 19, TO SATURDAY, MARCH 5. DRESS MATERIALS PRINTS & mUSLWS STRAW IU1S AND Other Summer Goods AT COST PRICE. See Oar Circular. Don't Hiss This Opportunity. J. M. CHRISTIE, Dripeb a}d Clothier, Summer's gone ! Clearance Sale now on al O. Rutherford's, Rowral, Borgiius in Drapery. 3a in the £ discount. Largo quantities of fruit from the other colonies are being rejected uuder the now Fruit Diseases Act. Discount Sale of Drapery Stock now on «* Rutherford's, Rowral. 3- in the £ de ducted from all cash purchases. In the Supreme Court 1 nf Now South Wales. V Probato Jurisdiction. J In the Rstatc of JOSEPH RICHARDS late .if MauHumiir near Ktirima iu rhe colony nf New south Wales Teamster deceased lutcstaic. NOTICE Is hereby g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 1 March 1898

HiLL BROS- BowraL FOR BEST SUPPi ire ' ? H-'tL BROS8' T BBe1 cakeS- — ^ualily, Extensive ZZT ? £S

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Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 1 March 1898

Koberlsoa. On Tuesday last the whole of Mr. J. T. Hayter's choice dairy herd and young cattle weru brought under lli^ auctioneer's hammer, at his residence, ' Rockvii-w,' near Robertson. Th.. iairy herd h-hs supposed by competeiit. judges to be Olio of the best in ih.. Ji.trict; tboy were in splendid con dition, and the majority of tbc-.n in fml nrli. Fully 500 persons were pi-eseut, including buyers from Jani beroo, Kiama, Shellharbour, Berry, Kangaroo Valley, Albion Park,' D^pto, Cinid-n, Picton, Sydney, anrl ill parts of the Uerrima district. The mctiom ers were John DjuuikJ— f-.Ti1 '?knocked dow^^y^-'- in,, f ™,t' t0 'r- Gco. Tato was Z*0,'1* '^ n bad start,' . . - ?? K- n-iuark of several round Ihe yard. After four yards had been pu1 through, Cliarley Price, who was doing the classing, put in five champions, in cluding the two successful priza takers, ' Dairymaid ' and ' Elsie.' Much interest was taken in this yard. Tbe oiacing was brisk until it reached £20, then several of th...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 1 March 1898

? ? A High Church Dignitary. Th« Right Reverend Mnn John's College, Sydney, has expressed his opinion of Lo.isby'8 'Wnhoo' in the following terms. Dr. O'Brien's Statement. St. John's College Dear tl^' '''? I5' I8W' vi.:ce1 me of i,8 exception.! «U-ied JAMES J. O'BRIEN loLoasby'B-Wahoo'MfgCo. Lonsbyls -?? .' IVahoo Can h, obtained from all ?''?'?i.t».pr,H,2.6l,or|»it uJk '''/if *°!e M«nn'« lu.ersabj Proprietors. lASBVS'WAIJmi'BKJ.ffl. i7r-KKK-r.«Titi:BT, svdnbv

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Moss Vale. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 1 March 1898

Moss Tale. With reference to the large account (£18,514) presented to the municipal counoil-.-byihe Public Works Depart ment in'respeot of the construction of the Moss . Vale Waterworks, a dopu tation consisting of Aid. Geodridge Taylor, arid Samuel, introduced by Mr. M'Oourt, M.L.A , interviewed tho Minister for works on Thursday last and represented the direction in which the oouncil desired the Government to meet them as to financial arrange mente. They presented to the Minis «.. « DuiouiTO i,i now matters stood financially arid he informed the depu tation that lh« whole matter would be flopartmgtally enquired into, and he would carefully consider it when he lad received h.. itonnrf tun™. ? i woukl doly^,advise the council of the intentions of the Government. Pond ing suoh report and further considera tion it was obvious that he could not then give a -decision. The deputation above-mentioned also interviewed the Railway Conimis aione.rs in reference to the nui-ancs arising from t...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 1 March 1898

Mr. C. Bui], M.P., announced at Picton on Thursday that there was no truth in the rumor that he con tern plated exchanging seats with the Minister for Lands. Mr. Gould, Minister for Justice, has been presented with a kettle, made entirely of Nymagee copper smelted at J Lithgow. I The Government have granted XJ5 I for distribution amongst the residents at Camdra who suffered severe loss through tbe recent floods. Rapid progress is being mad&_*itfc j dairy farming iH the j^u-nWoolony. Butter is being prauueed for export iu j^Tie Victorian Government have de URdcd to iniroduce legislation to pro vide for loans to mako tanks for the conservation of water in the Mallee districts It is contemplated that nearly £30,000 will be advanced by the Government for tbe construction of reservoirs. In the report of the Cantral jtfatbo- I dist Mission, presented to ther'jFes- leyan Conference on Thursday, 'it was j stated that 70 per cent, of the cases treated at th. Inebriates' Home bad been...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 1 March 1898

r URtflTURE, CARPETS i^EDSTEADS AJNTD BEDDING. A. HALL AND COMPANY J'oIMihI wSbmiCoW r, 'V''8 -.e, with Here] Glaeh Dr»or, pu]i _? ?c'Si'iiir'''L ? 'ter£3'ii,528.i'i''''- lull's h»ve on v«w 60 BEDROOM SUllES from 8 guineas to 50 gulnew - *?«? »1» « DRAWING-ROOM SUITBS from 4 „;„«„ u 25 guinea. -.?? b«. « rinr » DINlNOJtOOMSUITBS from M 15. to 25 gllioeu ????? -I & Co., 56 1 , 583,^65^567 Georga-st, Sydney j : OF THIS PAPER. ess Announcement nmvujaom of Pabtcribers and ?'iwa, money due to this pipor j '???? t0 ''- following, whose reoeipts y acknowledged : ? ? :JSON: Mr. J. D. Wood and Mr. . K. Medu'oott. ? ??;.??.=. WANG ; Mr. J. T. Parker, juu ? :?-: ALOON : Mr. Jobn Curtis. ?- i;OJfG:Mi». la-Glyiin. - --; ?? ViLK: Mr. A. 8Jmon, Mr. A. l-nder. I - :;--sri:B gMng particulars of coming - .a, waioh are not othdrwlu -.)„.... ?'), are obarged for at ordinary ad ?r-iiog rate. ' ?'? .:'1ii'ii:n!f S ''.i »M 'To L'-' ' For ?'? '?»'? ?*«?. when mi by ^« n.nat be aooorapanled by payme...

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Mental Culture. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 1 March 1898

Mental Cnltnra. We draw attention to the advertise £* i fi, Conolly- nee MolI('-. &holar and Boursiere of the Paris University, la Sorbonne, who will on Saturday, March 5, deliver a lec'ure on two of tho most pathetic and in teresting characters of modern history, Wapoleon Buonaparte, the littln r rencn corporal, who wished to possess [ the earth, and his charming and un fortunate first consort Josephine Toschen de la P^rfe. The Napo leomc revival in English literature which, as is welj/knewn, found its boom in the magnificent representation of 'A Royal Divorce' with Mr Juhus Ringlet as Napoleon, suggested Mrs. Conolly's lecture, which, accord ing to the Melbourne press is a ?'scholarly and enthusiastic descrip tlOn Of A t.lma ' url.f^l. ? :.i .. .* fallacies and exngeerations, however, made light out of darkness in »li,10si all departments of our social, menial and moral life, and prnp8rBH ,hR minds of men and women for the no ceptance of thoso higher viewB wliirh Connll6 ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 1 March 1898

A. JOUES, Stock, Land, &, Property Agent, Auctioneer & Valuator. MAIIM-ST, MITTAQOIMQ. ? ? A-^o. fck, ooodu.^ ta My p^ „ tco Bpm.n. DNlr|ot Pmapt8fl(|llM11|f R»_«.dD-1b..coll0oted. 3Wie«leB1.Bocl,pM,edap. Forms prepared «d.r l«d aad b»A- Bill AgeoU-NVwlch Fire lammt Comr.-y. YouWant Printing ' ? -n The Job Printing Department in connection with this Paper is one of the largest and most com plete out of Sydney. All classes of work at Sydney Prices for Cash. ? ? , Wk buy for cash at the Factorial I Thl. i. * ? H g_*~at;iaiK?tt_5 W. H. PALING & CO., LTD., | SYDNEY. , I SometMng senior-s illlDKiir mv ? — « . w mm. j__« -^/ ^j &OM_f J Th8 eff«otfci Instantaneooi WW By Poit Is 4d, 2. 6d, 3. 8d. Oro-W Senior's Tonic Tbeolde.ta,,d be.t remed, in tbeoolonk. Bold ET«iywhere-8f'ed per bstUe. AOOUt SEWIOB, 246 George-st, Sydney. ? _- ? ? ???? - * i jKiiVilinffCUITCC **«- ?iwmiMt, i^«.as^ra«5^So SANDER ft fONS1 EUCALYMI P2 TRACT.-Umier il.edi.lingui.hrf patro age ...

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Bowral Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 1 March 1898

? - Bowral Municipal Conncil. F8bruarj.24. PresPnt : Aid. Murray &er)is?TbelI's;oke8- Rice- »^ Be^vai. P ' Pugh- HodSS°n. The Mayor Mid the fi™t holiness to ? --.^« wttn coricerninj? the £rs ihoet- Wien c°nn^ S-i journed thn i previous night there w«s a »o,|oni:.thatth9fiDaDeereportb. Ala. RinA ? ' &a ****..- ? _. .. . I I business again.' fa Aid. Stephen, movec| th,t th Aid. Pugb moved the adoption of I SLE? Md AId- M«keH A. la. Ri*»*» HnnDiul __ ? * - I fccordanoe with bylaw 24 'That it ^.norderofthedayforTe,' ^Ald. Hodgson roan fa^aaMs^1**1' orrf ^f.mPbe' '»«». point of order. The amendment had not been ?CbUllUCU, Aid Hodgson thonght if the Mayor allowed them a little latitude in ex pressing their opinions the matter could be soltled amicably. He would suggest thut they go int0 committee for the pnrpose of studying the bylaws, and determining what was ia order and what was not. The Mavor : 'Tho m;n.,»» :. :_ order I wa8 wrong jn rnlj j(. of ord«r at last raeetiug....

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Bowral School of Arts Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 1 March 1898

Bowral School of Aria Concert. Thn concert organised by Mrs. 0. W. Mirs-lim iu aid of th.! B.-wral Solionl of Arts was held on Sa'urdix night, and prorcd quiie as :;rcat a success as had heen'niiticipnied. Long before the ndvertii-Hd time for suiting the conceit visitors commenced to arrive in largo numbers, and by 8 o clock all the scaling accommodation at tho School of Arts was taken up, including a very large percentage of reserved seats The program ue sub mitted was fin unusually attractive one, contributed to hy n combination of talmit such an is seldom seen in Bowral, and the large ftud faxhionable audience marked i's appreciation by ropeated encores. The opening nuni bor was a duet, ' Echoes,' l-y Mrs J. S. Bruuton and Mrs. 0. W. Maralon, winun was neartny ana aesMrvprlly ap plauded. Miss ShelU appealed tv.-ic* — in a pianof.irte selection, 'Fan- taipie Impromptu' (Chopin), in tho first part, while in the seoond part she sang ' When wo nie-t,' both items being much appreciate...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 1 March 1898

VISITORS TO SYDNEY. ? Kvirjthing you rrquire in the Ch' mists' ?sroTx oa» cmb^ m^rsss^rmu WASHINGTON II. SOUL & Cp'^ GREAT P80C EMPQBIUIE8. P8TT STREET. rr-L -r- Most »«ried Slock of Patent Medicines, Chemist*1 irnd y.ae J-iObTeest Urujgifits1 Materials anrl .Surgical Apnlia.iccsin the tjou:lie:u Hemisphere. Nothing but the beat qualiiy of Woods. kert and 1'i-icce are the LOWEST in the Ciiy. X A FEW OP OUR PROPRIETARY ARTICLES. 9im?XBi£?r ?eL™,rV^BAKING or YEAS'r POWDER, 6d. per tin. SSS^ff^WVyfir A ?*?* Cure for _, LiverC^pUiut, VK™'^*^T1^V?£$^£ & '/6 '' '°-- TKUSSKS SURGICAL BANDAOKS, 4c, A SPKCIAUTV All Correspondent receives prompt attention. WASHINGTON H. SOUL & CO. M'sPq H.-nfoctttrine, I_.norUn?l aad P_arHuiee_tt«_ Chcmiih as* 'z^L* 158. ICO ttu-| 8«8 PITT 8TEEET, SIDNEY, ? CHURCH STBEET. PARBAMATTA. 'JT- LOOK AT THIS I =ife^Rsa» . ? Z^'___ Man s Fnend 'While I live I'll ' -=- 010W-' ? Established over 30 Years. Note to Country Storekeepers— If you are...

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F. D. A. H. and I. Society. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 1 March 1898

!?. D. JL V. and I. Society. me silejby auction of the right of booths etc.'! in c,nn«(ion with the forthcoming show, took placn ot Taylor'* jpommercial hotel, Mosk Vale, on ^Saturday lftBr, Mr. H. Kichardson, auctioneer. The bidding was not spirited and the salu resulted as follows, which eIiows a reduction ,.f i40 as compared with araom t realise last year. . No. 1 publiciu's booth, Mr. E CJWbJridee, £33; No. 2 publi can's b-iotb, £11, was tbe Illicit bid, by Mr. Aland— Booth passed in— £20 being the reservu. To hn dis posed.ofthy the society p. irately No. 1 re,tre-hment booth, £i 5.--, .Mr. R. Viles; No! 2 rr-freshment booih, £2 15s, Mr. Tell, Bo*™! ; risht, to sell fruit on the ground!-, £1 17s 6d, K Viles ; right of Tatters ills for ensuing year, £6, Mr. H. W. Taylor, Commer cial Hotol. A general meeting of the commit tee was held on the show grounds. Present :— Mr. M'Court, M L A. in the chair,, also Mesini J. Yeo (hon. sec.), H. O. Lambert (hon. treas.), C. Ti NlflKnTann .T ...

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Bundanoon. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 1 March 1898

Baudnnoon. On Friday lant Mr. AlleD, Ftuit Expert fiirj) the Agricultural College, pnid h visit hero at Ibe request of tl.e ViKitance nnd Improvenieiit Or maiittee and gavK a lettute sr.d drnionsiraliou in the oichHtdt of Mr. Witcliel! and Mr. F«hi-v, and in the evenii.ir a lec ture and discuaiion ia the Centennial Ball. We are glad -o cay the ait-nd- ance nt each whh good, ai.d as several ladies wefp pristut. (.lie lecturer gave somp Uinful liitits on cnnnihR fruits ai.H preparing j«ii'8. The chuir at the evinirig lei'turo wos oreupied l.y Mr. Copelaud B^nnptt, 3.7., wlio inlio ducfd thii lecturer aid inviu-d all present who desiird furthpr informa tion to propound quuhtions. Several were asked' and nnsnered. Ftnit growing, planting, grafting budding, and the cure of various fruit pests were an m»u wir.n, ana it IB noptd tne lec ture will piove beuetictal to all wl.o beard it. On Saturday afternoon a mpriting of the pariEhioin re of the Church of Eng land was held, under the presid...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 1 March 1898

^^W^Y,t^-t^Y,Y.Y1Y,-,Y.l^.Y,-f/,r^ SPRING SHOW NOW OH AT^ | ~ Choice and New Designs in Flornl, Strip»d, and Spot French Cambrics, Prints, and Pongres, from 3Jrl ttryard. L»?est Fwhions in donble-width Spring Dress Materials, Nattar Clothe, Printed Crepons, Csnviis Clolhj, Figoted LuBtreu,Siiot Sikv, L.nput Sprigged, Checked, nud Striped BIoubo Muslins. Dou't fnil to ask {or Latost New Yorjf 'Hotion, Chumolt'OU (.'Mb one of the Freltieat Cloths of the Season. ? 'j? - fn QenU' Mid Youths' Clothing our All Wool Navy Serge and Colored Sergexette Suits are aatoniahing everyone who sees thom. Fake your choice of the Ladies' and Genls' New Str»w Hits— all very obeap. S'_ . 3ur Boots and Shoes are almost given away. The prices are lower than ever. f [n China, Glass, and Crockery wnrr, lie is expecting n large consignment shortly to arrive direct from thejf:»nufn.cturers, which will ho i sold at very low rales. J.. j Dur Celebrated 'Check Tea' is still cheering the hearts of our custom3rs.'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 1 March 1898

ASAUE^nPRQ WaUl.es. Jewellery, ? ^»*#*%#I^Bb*&bV**S| Silver-plate. Cutlery. ^ 810 and 817 QEORQK 8T. (Opp. Railway Station), SYDNEY. . ?aibiatttiiieVMpauTatawu. Bxtn^ullt}, £t^SSmh, £6. £0- KliSi. a.t.MMrtu^swutta. Silver HubUb»K» or kijVcw. fi9.w Z* 15P VBhorTWlDil K»)-«, 7/8 anil 12/a BapcSor qualttr, Sbf'' gilaauiiaea. Gold Lmrm, £4. £6, to £20. Dircot Agmfa) for Bother tw^Lwna.WaltliamVaoaWatarbniyatltpateaitfiuotlwibaaaal. - Solid Qold Chain, BmtoorDtioUia/lO/ thh Ua.SlMO-Ai. 11)/-. 12/d, IB/-. 20/ UnuiUnulyeliaiM. Any nuuo or lnltbl. ,Z^SfiS5im. U' ^1^^^' U «u. Solid liold Bar, qutta new, 7/8 Extra J»9 '? SSS, £„ ' WV- UW Bar, Mh Pore Bilfer Bar, 3/6 pjKwSondi £8 ? 22/8 OSfcOoU, 2/-/.,, ? ^&^* Anrnamt Otdte naw. Solid OotdLS Bar Bobr and Uteit Bj4a,SBarrearoelorAn«- Be. SoUa OoH, I7» Uo. l Pcarli, 17/9 16c Gold, 86/' DiimooJ «kjmt.2l7r'uo.«olO-MabOTi),86(. aS^aWS^SoMId m'™* «d Wby.aJtOf! baaah & Ttlll lisMfllllllh 4U. **? W°l » l*IP'lft-l'tl I ^jlW ' ? ...

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M. Zola Convicted. A SEVERE PENALTY. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 1 March 1898

II. Zola Convicted. A SEVERE PENALTY. London, Wednesday Ni^ht.— The tntl of M. ZoU, the farrj'UB novelisi, on the criminal c bur go of defnmatton brought Bgainst Mm by the. French Qnvernuiiut in connection with t lie Dreyfus cause celtbre, was concluded Una evening. M. Zola whs found polity of the alleeed libel, avd ordered to Dnv a line of 3000 francs (£120): He was also seuteuted lo one year's iDjprisono.ent. The jury retired fpr a period of 40 minutea, and rclurnteil into court with a verdict uf guilty on all counts against both M. Zola and il. Perreux, the publisher of the ' Ad n ire,' in which joumHl M. Znln's letter on be half uf Captain Dreyfus appeared. This announcement was received by tbe bpeotators irith ydla of exultation, and with cries of ' A bos (down wi'L) Zola I ' and ' Vivo I'Armee 1 ' M. Zula was de-p!y mortified by these t-xpreBBionB cf hostility, and shouted ' S.ivngps I * and ' Cannibals I1' After delibriAtipn for ten minotes the court i--li:otml the umxiinuui ...

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A New Zealand Miracle. GREAT EXCITEMENT IN THE FEATHERSON DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 4 March 1898

A New Zealand Miracle. GREAT EXCITEMENT IN THE FEATHERSON DISTRICT. When a girl, in the best period of her life, has suffered for four yearB from excessive heart palpitation, swol len legs, giddiness, crampp, chronic insomnia, and other distiessing ail menu, and when slie has tried numer ous medicines and many doctors with out tbe slightest benefit to herself, she naturally feed grateful when she dis covers a remedy that almost miracu lously, as it seems, succeeds where all others have failed, and in a short space of time relieves her completely from her troubles and places her in the front rank of happy atid healthy girls. This has precisely been the case of Miss Pet'rea Peterson, of Featberson, North Island, New Zealand. In a communication to the Dr. Willinms' Medicine Co , stie explains her Buffer ings at length. 'I am 19 years of age,' she says, ' and ever since I was 15 I have been Buffering morn or less.' Palpitation of the heart wns her principal trouble, she states, and this...

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