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TRANSVAAL WAR Sudden Death of Joubert. LONDON, March 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 3 April 1900

Sudden Death of Joubert. ; - LONDO^ JMarch 27. , Newa has bopn received that General Joubert, the Transvaal: Oointn.-tnder iri. Chief, who was lately reported to liu at Pretoria. :;dicd''unoxpectedly<mTuosday last from some ratcrniil cqih[iliiiht. It is Btated tbat^mihp;'h<inic9't>i«vioii)8' to Joubart's .doathi ' Ginocal :. Sir Georgo 'Whito,.who commanded the; British Gar- i rison: at Ladysmith, was .'receiving an address presented tohimntGapeto'wn, and iri roplying. to this adilroita lie" inci dentally paid a warm tribute to' the Boor. . conimandor, Btating .that GinoVnl Joubbrt' was iv soldier and a gentleman and a bravo honourable opponent. : *... ? . . Thelcuiding. English nowspapers, ;ooii.T monting upon tho death.of Qonoral; Jou- ; bert, describe tho late; BoeriConiinander as having been strpprior 'to'his surround ings, and ; they - express regrotthlib' the; ; intiueneo ho would havo'ojcercisod.will' bo absent at tho cohiing settlenient iif tho. diff...

P. AND S. P BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 3 April 1900

P. AND S. P BOARD. .A MEETIKO: of. tho Tentorbold Board of Sheep Directors wa& heldnt Deepwater on too -2fith .mat. ? ? There wore present .MoB9rB.-J. II., Raid,- -W;-'3V Cadell,' 'and ^tho Inspector of Stock.-;Mr.--:J; 'H, "Reid: wiS;appointed acting Chairman - fori this meeting; ;. -The:lninutcs oft'the ' last meet-: ,-ing wore roadnnd-confirmed;/: 'Itr;.wasro-' Bolvad.-.that Mr. Hamilton --Cordon,' -of1 Strathbogie bo appointed -Chairman of Board for tho year. CORRESPONDENCE Chairman of tlio Casino. Board; enclos ing copy of ; correspondence i which- had passed between that Bo>ird.and the Minis ter for Mincs-nnd Agriculture, .with 're ference, to Mr. Inspector Devlin's isuspon sion and Mr..- Sabine's .appointment' as Acting Inspector of: Stock' for "Tho Grafton - District."--Received. | The Inspector of . Stock- submitted -his I report for 1890 which was .ordered' to bo ! embodied in tho minutes1 and7 handed to' | the local papers.for-publication^ : ' . I ? INSPECTOR'S...

CORRESPONDENCE. The Plague. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER.) [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 3 April 1900

CORRESPONDENCE. . - The Plague. (To THE EDlTOlt OP THE COURIER.) Sib,-In view of ' this -dread subject irrcs'poctiYto 'of tho sanitary.'precautions that are buing'.tnkcu by ttio ^Council it ;hehuvcs 'tfs;fts_citi*ens to further Btrbngth en_our Civic Father's nctiun in '.ulupting aveiy-possible means, to, preventii Tesenib iniioo.of occurrcnco' hero. -.Porimfja tlio best plan-would bo for tho Mayor;' to ciill a public tneoting, so that: all;.^youM'. hava an opportunity* of.'ventilating: tiioir/dfiiri-, ions.'il think at all towns situntc on tlio I^ilway .tho.'Government -should ;appoirit' tho' locaVJmedical igentlouiod- to . inspost tho jiMsbngers journoying fronij Sydney. I: ain not nu alarmist, but thb' old adago V Prevention is better: than-curoJJ might urofitably bo'umilied iii ? this': instance.--: Voura obediently . 0 W. READETT. Api ll 2, 1000

CRICKET. Association Matches. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 3 April 1900

CRICKET. Association Matches. The final match of tho second round of tho competition under the nuspices: of the abcvo Association took place,on Queen's Park on Saturday luBt, between tho Ton terfield and West Eud.Clubs. Both! teima played with several men short, and at the close of tho day's play, TeiitdrfieM requirsd 18 runs to win, and having the whulo of their wickets yet,to fall, West End very, wisely deeidcd to abandon tho]roatch at that Btago in favor of tho Tenterfield Club. So far, in the-\,competition, the Tenteriiold CluVbas riotyot .suffered.a defoat.: Sub-: joined aro the scores;. - WEST Esn.-First-Innings. W. Smith, b Riley * ? , - 9. T. Smith, run out ... '. -... ... . - 5. Lee,bRiliy 13 Mills, c Sub., b Riley '0 OJ Dickson, 1) Riley'.;,..' '" .-. -. 2^ Coaldrako, b Kraho ... ... ... - 8 J.'Sniith, not out ... 2 . Suudries : Totil ... * ... 50 Ti!NTEnFiiau.-^First?Inni'ngs;:i/v Riley, b Dickson IS! Woodward, 1) Dickson ?? iG. Krahe, o Conldnike^bjDiclihn/v'^L-.i ^ 10 -...

LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 3 April 1900

ADCTION SALE.-Mr. I.- Whereat will submitfor public competition to-morrow, afternoon at the. Union Rooms the whole of. tho Household Furniture of Mrs. C, .Clark, of Eliinthorpo, who is leaving .tho" district:. Tho furniture is now on view lit the Sale Rooms. . LAM> REVENUE.-Through tho courtesy of Mr.- Jamieson, Acting C.PS., we are enaoled to publisir the undermentioned re'venue cbllectcdfroin hind in this district, for the past quarter :-January, £627 63 6d ;. February, £552 13B ; -March, £3057 17B 7d ; total £4137 17s. ; SCHOOL RESiUEKCEi-Tho Secretary of tho Leech's G\i!!v Union 1ms handed us tho following memo rencived by hinv oh Saturday from Mr; 0.-A. Lee. M. P; The Minister has approved, of tenders being called forthwith for the erection of a teachor's residence ai, Leech's Gully. ... VALIIIICTOKY SOCIAL.--This evening a social will bo hold In the Wesleyan Church the occasion being a furewoll . to tho Rev. B. Lane, who savors his connection with the local Church . next we...

TRIBUTE TO THE LATE MR. W. H. WALKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 3 April 1900

TRIBUTE TO THE LATE MR. .W. H. WALKER, iN Ohriat ChufcIixMi Suntlay ovoninglust, juafc.'prior to tho concluding prayers, the Rev.H. Gr. Smith; made :. tlio : followinR feelingreferonco to the death.qf tho lato abbvomentioned;: gentleman >« Before .icquclu'ding I feel'-I oariii<fc refrain from. Saying a few words relative'.to'; tlio great ?loss which wo H >v comriiunity have BUS tained.in the death of Mr; W. H. Walker. >not peraonally-at'all everitB by. sight, and well by repute,; and: although not ail ? avowoduiemberbf tho. Anglican Church,. ? still a' riot infro'quent jvorshipper in this place.: This iariot tlio time to. speak of liim in bis rapacity 6f;' a' . public man, ?'althoughiio waa ^ertiiirily tlie foremost' of our public moiij 'nor is it for mo riow: to Apeak of himifroin a social stand point. .No, to,do fio must bo'left toothor occasions arid otlior places. I take it. what wtf are immediately cencorriod^with is; the moral arid -religious sido of liis c...

THE SHOW PRIZES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 3 April 1900

, "THE SHOW PRIZES, . .1 THE. payment of tlio prizes-won 'at tho Into Show weropaiu ovor at tho School of Arts on Saturday last iujthb preSorico of a lair sprinkling of the public, although tho attcnuaucojwaa nU as large as the, occasion demanded. Mr. " J. H. Roid, Vice Prcaidutit dfjthj Society occupied tho chiiir| ,nnd ; in opening tho proceedings said jiq. thought; it a fittingtime to refer to thq terrible-sad loss tho Society had sus tained,; liytlie deatlr "f its President. Wlien tliii comiuittuo mot oh tho previous Saturday, thoy littlo thought that on tho following.Saturday their Presidcnt would^ ho no moro-that; ho would . have: ? boon called _to/'tho-. borne froni wbenco ;nb traveller'ro'turn's,: and they nil. moiirriod with the'family in thoir irroparablo losa. .To tho late flccenaed gentlcihan.was largely due tho.prosperity of tho Show, as it was owhig-to his-untiring' perseverance! and energy for eight:y.ears past/ during.jwhich' timp ho had neither spared, timo or money...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 April 1900

Look well ^o°fIOLIA^R should perform its functions properly ... ... 5" "«S?. Teel-well of the body should wort inharmbny . . ? Be well lifug' S ?world's Medicinal Tonic leverage-Wolfe's Schnapps. BY DRINKING Wolfe's YOU WILL ' .;.» LOOK WELL FEEL WELL ? Xnd BE WELL. It is Unsurpassed as a specific for Liver Ailmerits~is a .stimulant that aids digestion,T'lt" tones-.the, stomach and irivsgifratev the bowels and:kidneys.' Aok for .V/OLFE'S tho Real ©VicinalSchnapps. >v v:AV\'A BOLIVIA HOTEL. William Reading H" ' AS KE-OPENED the Old and Wtll kiiowu BOLIVIA HOTEL, and w II be glad to ;veIcnmo the local mid travelling public. Only tho Beat Brands of Wlaos & Spirits. .. Best of Accommodation. Good Paddocks* Horses broken in to Saddle and Harness. Groom in attendance. W. HEADING;. Proprietor. Great Drug Emporiums, 160 PITT-STREET, SYDNEY. v*ae Largest, Most \tvrled Stock o! Tatcnt Med dries, Cficiiiitfto' and Druggist*' Sundries,'-and Sur gical Appliances in tltc Southern Hemis...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 April 1900

Notice. ' rTYflEKR 13 noV'riiiniing on Ciifton Run, .JL ' one Red and . White y BULLOCK, branded like TwoCconjo'inennear rump ; Cop of nearear off. ^Supposed t<\ belong to. Clifton;? . Any'person ^proving *'better: riglit of Ownership, cau-havejnm by-paying ex pense* - ~ ^ J."G. BOX WELL, t Munagtr, Cufton, . 27tfi March, 1000.;V :" '/ ?r . v Department of^Publinr/Iustruciion, / J " .. . >Sydnoy 30th'-MArcIii',19J0^ t I rILENDERS aronnvitert for.vibe erection! JL of a TLACFICRS RESIDENCE (wood) at LEECH'S GUjLLY PUBLIC SCHOOL, ncnr l ontci field. For conditions, see* GMibiimmknt? GAZRTTK. . Plans and Spcccilicutions may be siun: at the School, and at. the Department cf ] ublio. Instruc tion, . Svdu#*y, 'whero-.Tenders.'-will bo re ceived up (o noon on TUESDAY, the 17ih April,-.MOO,. . ' - . . v' JOTIN PERRY v .3 < 303 - ' Hospital! Election of Trustees. ,>V- AlKEUNG of- Subscribers for the -£i-. purpose of electing Two Trlutees in the- loom, of Edwaid Reo...

Religiou[?] Memoranda. FOR SUNDAY NEXT, APRIL 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 April 1900

Religiouo Memoranda., FOR SUNDAY NEXT, APRIL 8. CHURCH OV^ENQLANP.-Tentcrfield 7.80 a.m. (N c) 11 . " a.M. VBoonoo Itaonoo at 4 Wileonb Downfall :'7;80~p.uu BY Uev, II. G. Smith "WMLHVAN CHURCH.-Tenterfleld. 11 A.m. and 7*30. ... p.n>. Sunnysidc at 3 Rev. 1). Lane Farewell Services .The Scrub at 3 J II Itoper PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.-'Tenterfleld 11 a.m. and . 7 p.m. BY theRtv. DUMIacky BOMAX CATHOLIC CHURCH.-Masa at 8.30a.m. and 11 .*.a.M. Benediction at 7.30 by the Rev, Father . Corcoran.- ? % " DRAKE SERVICES, CHURCH OF EXOLAND.-11 a.in. and 7*30 p.M. By -. Mr. Cecil ;,W»LBTAN CHURCH.-7*30 p.m. Supply

BUBONIC PLAGUE. SYDNEY, TUESDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 April 1900

? BUBONIC PLAGUE. , , SYDNEY, Tuumy "? , Tho followingradditional plague'ca8#s have been reported JaniesB:»rker,"a»cd' 42t coal-lumper,, rosidmg in Day-street; justj outside . the isolated aroa';;Charlos Henry Chirk,1 aged 111, seafaring residing; lit .Terry-Bfieet, Glebe , Issue ?Thompson, aged 16, residing at- Arthur-: street,"Surry Hills, and working: in King .street, "within the new area nowquaran-i tined. «V report from tho quarantined' station states that twelve patients aro now co'ii ' valescout; fivo are improving, and most of the others are better than on Sunday. Provision;was madoSin the hospital build ings for only forty-eight patients, and: practically all the beds are occupied; ' Ar rangements arejbeitig made for a supply of ttints tn.&cconamodato contacts, so as to make ths buildings they now occupy avail able for additional pal lents. ' . IlATEIl. New Caledonia has boon declared' .freo" from bubonic pluguo. " Two fresh caseaof plague aro roported; -a man named...

LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 April 1900

.LATEST COMMERCIAL, . SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIONR. Wheat, 2a 9d Flour, L6 5.S to LG 10s ' Ohickwhont, 2s 3d to 2a 6d Chaff, L210s to 1/3 15s . . ' - Potatoes L2 to JJ3 10a .- - . Maize, 2s (id to 2s 9d Oats, 2s 6d to 2s8d Lucisme, L2 5s to L2 IDs . Butter, creamery, 8Jd ; factory, >7Jd to 8i; dairy, UJ to 7d.

FARMERS AND SETTLERS COOPERATIVE COMPANY. An Interesting Address. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 April 1900

EABMEBS AND SETTLERvS 00 ? OPERATIVE COMPANY. v:. An Interesting Address. A -FAlBlY, attended . nicotinic of farmers v and settlers.wiis held in tlio School of Arts on Morulny evening last for tho purpose ,.ro£. hearing an.addross on tho advantages ". to bo derived from co-operation by Mr. -~-;Tulm .V.«rvy;'-!.«f - Qmrindi. provisional director andMjrgauiser of the - proposed "Fiiiiiiurs . imd Settlors- On-uporativo As Rocmtioni- Ijld. - Mv.'W. Lawlm occupied ^tho climiy and briefly , introduced tlio speaker. v ' ; Mr. PERKY, in his opening romarks apologised for tliu absence of tho Hon. G. H: Cox. M.L.C.. who unfortunately was delayed in-Mudguc, and asked tho in dulgence oM»s hearers as he was not ivn orator, and being a farmer himself "they could'not expect liini to bo one. He sketched the vise of tho Fawners » anil .Settler's Association, organised by a few -farmers at.XVagga in 1891, and now it had 145 branches in N. S. Wales. He . might tell tliein that at their conferenco held...

MR. C. A. LEE ON TOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 April 1900

V MR. 0. A. LEE ON. TOUR, Oi'K Wilson's-Downfall correspondent Writesunder Wednesday'sduto Mr. 0. A. Lee, M.L.A., Member'for the District of Tentui field, arrived here to-day, and addressed a well uttendod mooting for about an hour and u half in Mr. Hosliiug^a Hull, .flpe'iking on-the no.v Lund Bill, Federation, and flie.troublea in conncction with tlio tick pent. Ho was frequently auplauded in liis excellent Bpeech. At tho close, Mr. Quinhn proposed, and Mr. Hariiman seconded n voto ofconfidenco in Mr. Lee.lFhioli was carried with great ap plause, without a single dissentient./ Tlio night being bitterly cold, it 'was surprising to. flee so mtiny presuut. . t

HERE'S WHAT'S WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 April 1900

HERE'S WHAT'S WANTED. A;oitizon of, Tentcrfield supples the in formation. ' . Over half the complaints of mankind 01 iginate with the kidneys. -i A:slight touch of b'ackaaho at first. Twinges and shooting pains in the loins ? follow. They must be checked they load to gravur complications. - The s'iifforor seers relief. --. \ - Plasters arc fried and lipimonts for ths back. So-called kidney euros which do not : euro. ; TUo long looked for rosult seems unit; tninable. ^ .-?--.TT- . If you suffer, do you'want relief ! Follow tlio plan adopted by thia Tenter fiold citizen;:- , . Mr. \V. H. Underwood, Brickmakor, Rouso Street., this town, says " Work- . ing'at my trade gave mo a misty backache whicli-\v»3 a ,,rcat trouble to me. Wlion I wantod to pick uj) a barrow I would have to bend my knees to get down, keeping my buck straight. I used Doan's Backuoho . Kiduoy Pills for tliis trouble and am how able; to stnto that they are a splendid' remedy for brickacho... They were recoin monded to...

POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, APRIL 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 April 1900

POLICE COUET. TUESDAY, AI'ML 3. Bf.fokk the ' Police Magistrate and Messrs.'W.Reid, and E. W. Whereat, j.j.p. ' ? DltUSKENNESS. ' -A drunk was fined £1 with the option of seven day's linpcisontnaut. ;Ihe. fano was paid. . . Scvi'LYiso: . Liqdor -TO as INTOXICANT. y John Donoghue. lioensuo of the .Tela* tgriipli Hotel,.appeared'on 'summons at tho instance of Licensing Inspector Hicks, .charged' with supplying liquor, to a por sdri whilu in a state of intoxication. .'viDcfeqdirat, .-who'-'pleaded not guilty/ was defended by Mr C. W. Readott. ; . Senior-Sergeantr Hicks, Licensing In spector, deposed ^tliat whilo; on. duty at tho corner of House and Manners street on the 15th Miuch, lie' saw David Robertson, a resident of tho town walking up the street,.. bis homo being within twenty yards from whoro ho saw him. -Ho was in a s^ate of- intoxication, and .possessed a vory linzy look. Ho advised him to go home, and lie seemed to take no notice. Saw Constable Tooleyshortly aftorwi'ids, and ...

The Maplemore at Capetown PROCEEDS TO BIERA. LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 April 1900

.The»MapIemore at Capetown; ; PROCEEDS TO BIERA. LONDON; WEDNESDAY;;."/ V THE- troopship .Mapleniore;-:., with; .the. balance.i>rtheK. SV Wales Bushmon has\ arrived at .Capetown",: and jtoceedod to. . Bieia, in Portuguese South -Africa;; ?>r . . Tni'RSDAV NIOH®. -. Tin ore is quoted at 23s (id per unit. - LONDON, WEDNESDAY. Tlio Opposition party in tho House of Commons has'promised to Bupporb tlio Coninioriwoalth bill without amendment. Tliero is no prospect of the Bill being introduced before tho Easter Holidays.. Her ftlajoBty the Queen, wlio left Wind sor, on her visit to Dnblin, arrived at Kingstown lust, eyoriing. Her Majesty ^who did not appear to be at all,fatigued, by- lior journey, witnessed'the illumina- , tious in-honor of lior visit from tho sea ward, and afterwards slept in board the royal yaclif.

Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 April 1900

Railway Time Table. "The mail train for Sydney lwves Ion tor-; field at 7 10 p m diuly, SatrH-ys ex cepted, and for. Brisbane, a. li 30 u.m, daily. Sundays etnepted. The Goods Train leaves -Tenterilel \ for Sydney every Tuesday, Thursday,., and, aturday mprmngB afc; G_a.m., and ,.ar ives from 'Sydney evory Monday, Wed nesday; and Friday evenings at i io p.m.,,; The fares between Sydney,._and..Tenter field, and: Tt nteiCold and, Brisbane are as follow - i TFITEB1IKLD TO OXDMBI IstUasr Single ,i 2 ' 2nd Ulan, Singlo 2 10 0 ^ * Betui i Tickets, available for Two Months. lst'Clas - & 12 0 2nd Clai s 3 10 0 WAIi! AMOABUA O BniBDAVE , 1st ClnsSinglo ?£! 10 7 2nd ClaiB, Single 16 5 lstuPlasil, Return ' ? - 2nd Clats, lieturu 1 18 &

Post Office Time Table. [?] MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 April 1900

Post Office Time Table. ; J, VlAl7.3 CLp3B;rOU V - .Wilsons' Dovnrivll.-tirnl - Hoonoo Boonoo, . -. Tue-xl,ty Hill Fri lay, ,it g 30 p.m «?y^5ST..'Olen';i^nTO^A*waMiile;-'Mo'HI»«i<1,' ati'l New nstlo, fito'ii. m. (Saturdays exi-opted" _ Ciwinc.^Liimore, and Hicham ml ; ;;-V-?';I<fver^l».iilyT"0xi!ept ^Sandayf-.tit J2 '-npou ; leave lit 12 aOp.iii, i ~r ?? rimbmif flnd - Steinbrool:--Tucsd»y'arid i"Pri(]ayi i\t 0 HO p.m,' Lop.vq.WciIiicb ?.7sif,;dftyl runl Siitunluyut (5 aim. , " f Dralto, Sitiidy-TIill, and. .Kossiterville ? .Diiily iit 12 noona Leavo lit 12'30p.m. . Bonehaw-Monday :<ml -Friday,' nt 030 ? p.nj. : Leave Tuesday ,and. Saturday V at S n-.m. ???: ". ?? ^ I!tynn'o,Qap-Tuesday and Ifriday-ai.lWS "a.m. ? ? ?' . T.Wallangnrr.i and-. Queensland daily -!;f - 10 30 a.m. (Sunday excepted.)'"V 'A-\???:. ? MAII3' AnuiVE i'uojt - .. ;;Sydnoy, G|eri Innes, . .Arurfdalbjv'WcBt . Mainland, and Newcastle-f Daily {ox ' cept' Sundays), at 11 60 n.m. , ; ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 April 1900

"WEALTH OF NATIONS," Meaara. T. C.-Williams Co., of Richmond, Virginia, U.S.A., liavo prepared for this . market a High Grado Dark Tobacco under tho. brand of " "Wealth of nations." 'iho knowloilge which the manufacturers ha.vo gained in supplying .tlio favorite brands of Welcome Nugget, Victory, nud Diodein, enables them to confidently recommend " Wealth of Nations" TO ALL SMOKERS OP DARK TOBACCO. OBTAINABLE OF ALL LEADING TOBACCONISTS AND STOKES. BE NOT -DECEIVIiiD ! ! \" DOG'S HEAD ALE AND STOUT V . IS THE BUST THAT CAN BE PRODUCED. SEE THAT YOU GET IT. " SPECIALITY ' N . SILVER WATEitBURY WATCH. LOW PRICE. HIGH QUALITY, ^ ALSO IN NICKEL, GILT AND ROLLED GOLD. . Tli<?X0ND0N '"lIME5":-" A sound. Honest Brandy." . , - ? The " LANCET" "Of a Fragrance, Qnality, and.Puri'y rind second to none." '-The BRI11.SII31EDI0AL JOURNAL" :-"A Pure. Product, well worth the utten tion of the Profession." , . These-Qualities are further testified to by^rqany'Hospitals and Medical Men. a-...

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