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Nowra Municipal Council. TUESDAY, JULY 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 July 1879

Kowrn municipal Council. Tuesday, Julys.. Tni: usual fortnightly meeting of tho abovo Council took -place -at tlio Council Chambors, Nowra, on Tuosday evening last. Prosont — Tho Mayor (J. G-roon, Esq.), and Aldonnon Grey, ?Hyam, ' Elyard, and Monaghan.— Miniito's of .-previous mooting wfiro road and confirmed. — Tho report of tlio Finance Committee recommending paymont of -accounts amounting to £10 Is Gd, was adopted on tho motion of Aldormon Groy and iiilyarrt. — mo fllayor roportott tnat tiio deputation appointoil at tho lust meeting of Council to wait: on tho Suporintendont with regard to tho oroction of tho public ' wharf at '?Nowra on tho soiith eido of the river, had intor- j viowed that gentleman, and ho promised to give tho matter, his attontion while in tho district.— ,| Corrospondonco.— Inwards. — A telegram and -latter from J. Eospby^ -stating that ho had placod tlio letter of the Counoil; in reforonco to tho erection of the^puiblio wharf at No wi-a, boforo i tho Ministe...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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MISCELLANEOUS. Mr. Spurgeon on Peril from the Pulpit. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 July 1879

MlSCElitjAXJEOlJS. SBr. Hpnrgreon 011 Peril from the Pulpit. '.i'ltE following is 'a warning noto ' just sounded by tho great Metropolitan jircacher from his place of temporary rotire Jucnt in Montoho The habit of perpetually luentioning the theories of unbelievers when preaching the gospel gives man the appear (iiiee of great learning, hut it also proves his ?want , of common senBe. In order to shew , tlio' value of wholesome food it is not needful in proft'or your gnest ft (lose of poison, nor would ho think the better of your hospitality if you did so. Certain sermons aro more . valculated to weaken faith than to render men believers. Thoy resemble the process Shrough which a poor unhappy dog is irequently passed at the Grotto del Cuno at Naples, He is thrown into the gas, which 1-caehos tip to his knees, not with the voiw. i if killing him, hut as an exhibition. Lifted .ont of his vapoury bath, he is thrown into a pool of water, and revives in time. Such a dog is not likely to b...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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DISTRICT NEWS. Broughton Creek. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 July 1879

SEWS. ICrouglitoii Creek. ? [FliOM OUR COMtESrONDEXT.] ? The Broughton Creek Amateur Minstrol Club gave tlioir socond ontortaimnent in tlio school room on ,tlie ovoning of tho 4th instant. Tho night was fine, and the attendance was: vory largo. The proceeds wore devoted to the Public School Prize Fund, ! The first part of tho programme commenced with an overture by tho minstrels. Messrs. Walton and Hey leii wore the corner men; and thoir. jokos kopt tlio ; house in roars of laughter throughout. :? The next . was a- song, ' iutty Wells,' by Mr. Harris, after which Mr.: Olivo sang ' Strike the old banjo;'.' Mr. Harris then followed with a song, ' Down in the cold, cold ground,'.' which was woll recoived ; Mr. Walton gave 'DanTuckor.' Mr. Hoylon then sang a comio song. Mr. A. Wilson followod with 'Tho telegraph school,' and ? being oncorod; gavo ' Slie's fat, fair, and forty.' Mr. Cuuiiingham then sang a local song, in which, was included tho most important matters of tho district. ' ....

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POETRY. "Dot Serenade." [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 July 1879

P O 3E U' IE Y. ??Dot Serenade.' ( 'Dvas midnight, nnd dor liddlo shtars Vas beepin drougli der sky, - TJnd noding couldt poon licardt aboud Oxcepd dor tomcat's cry. ??? Vhen mo und !Podor Krauso greopod oop Pesido mine shveeheard's door, ' Do drocd hor do somo moosic lino, For noding eho lofod more. Midont no noise ve peginnod, TJnd blayed ' Dor Hunter's Maid,'1 Mid mino corned und Podcr's baritone Dot vos von grcadt seronado ! Und dhen 1 singed von sveed song, doo, 'Dvas ' Kiss Mo Vhonl die,' I singed dot song so sadt dot dimo Dot Poder ho fas gry, Ve blayod dill vo vas tired out, Und dhen ro dook somo rosd ; But id seemed shtrango no von coomed oud Becourso ve deed our besd. Yusd dhon somo feller 'cross dor vay Mitloudt voice hollored oud : ' A liddle uf dot's pooty nice, Bud cheese id, sauerkraud ! ' Dot gal you blaj'erl far vrtsn't dere She moved avay lasd veok.' Vhon vo heardt dot, vo vas so 'shamed Dot noidor ono couldt shpoak, But afder vilo vo got so madt, Vo daro dot man d...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Gardeners' Calendar. JULY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 July 1879

CSafdeMors' Calendar. july. 'Krteavs Garden. — Keep tlio lioe.at work, as 'weeds aro mora numorous t-lmn agreeablo this - ? month. If tho weather bo favouroblo, somo ? oarl.v carroty may bo sown in drills ; also pons, ' and broad Windsorbeans, radishes, eschalots, &c. : .Continue tho earthing Up of celery, and also of ---' advancing, crops.. Plant our lottuces, cabbages, : cauliflowers, &c. ..Rhubarb .plantations should ' -'should-have thoir winter dressing ,l-y clearing off s , all decayed : leaves and woods, and covormg up ' ...plants with manure. Asparagus, artichokes, ? and sea kale, should bo similarly attended to. i /Cross and mustard may bo sown. Previous i ' .-sowings of oiiions should bo thinned and trans planted. Sow early cucumbers in hot ljods. Flower Gabbks . — Transplanting may fftill i - ho proceeded; with. Grass plots and lawns will need attontion. Bulbs of all kinds should bo 'looked to. Eosos may bo pruned and planted. Uliirdy annuals and poronnials...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 July 1879

Xllnwhrra Steam Sttvigatioii Company. . ? STEAMER'S TIME TABLE. jjV R 'd M S II 0 A Ij H A V B S, .fHouilay, ft ii.ktt. Thursday, 8 a.m. FROM (SYDNEY, S Tuesday ami i^Hrtay, at ll y.iii. All mouls suppliod during the passages of the ; fctoamors froo i)f cliargo. Tho Steam Droghers, undor cliargo of Captain Buchanan, aro always plying on tlio Shoalliavon Rivor in connoction with tho Sydl-ov stoamors. E. MANNING. ' liiiKliHli, Seottish, and Auatralian Chartered lliuih. A BBANOH of tliis ?? Uanlt is ncttf dPEtf fit J\. NOWRA,- Shoalliavoii; in temporary promises, for -.tlio transaction bi . all usual bank ing businoss.' ' JOHN DOWLtNG, Manager. . Sydnoy, 5th juno, 1878. Wanted (o I-e tiiiiowiii 'TT7'. JONES; Collins-Street, Kiama, 1ms TT I ilfa'i'Bcs and Vehicles FOR HIRE. Ho is proparod to rim between Wulluii{-bng bud Ullndulla. Also, that ho is a ertsli ptlreiiasor of Hidos find (skins in any quantity. Mr. W. C. ICING,, SOLICITOR, & c., KIAMA. D. LINDSAY DYMOCK, Auctioneer an...

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LEAVES [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 July 1879

? - LEAAT5S For Bomadcrry, Cambowarra, Moss Valo; and . Sydnoy, daily (Saturday oxcopted); at 2.30 p.m. For Torrara, Numba, and Pyieo, daily (Suu i day oxcopted), at 10.13 a.m. For Tomorong, 'Wandandian, Milton, and ? ' Ullndulla, on .Tuesdays; '.Thursdays, and Satur .- days, at 10.15 a.m. ? ' !j . For .Burrior, on Wednesday nnd Saturday, at ? 31' a.m. ?:* ? ' For Braidwood and Norriga, on Monday, at 5 aim.-:' ? For Brougliton Crook and Kiama, on Monday, /Wodnosday, and Friday, at 2.30 p.m. -

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Nowra Mail Time Table. ARRIVES [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 July 1879

Kowira Dlail Time Talrte. I ARRIVES . ? : . . ? | : From Sydnoy, Moss 'Vale, Camhowarra, ?and Bomadcrry, daily (Monday oxcopted), at ? -9.45 a.m. ? From Kiama and Brougliton Crook, on Tuos ? day, Thursday, and Saturday, at 9.45 a.m. From -Ulladulla, Milton, AVaudandiun, and , .-.Tomorong, on Monday, Wodnosday, and Friday, . at 1.30 p.m. From Numba and . Ton-ara, daily (Sunday , oxroptwl), at 2 p.m. I From Braidwood and Norriga, on Thursday, at 4 p.m. . From Burrior, on Wodnosday, at 1 0 a.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 July 1879

'Tendiiyrs. TENDERS ''Siro' invitod for tho EIIECTION and COMPLETTpN of ' a ' BBICK CHURCH, on tho ChurJh of England Grouiid atNowrn. I | Plans arid specificafflojlis to bo soon at Mr. I/INKENBAGH'S, No^fa, by whom Tondors will bo rocoivod up to 3 Is* JULY. Tonilorors may tondor for tho wliolo, or brick work and carpenter's work separately. Iluniciiinl ItMriffi of ItroufflitoiL Creel t ami liwAskderry. K NOTICE TO DEFAULTERS. rpHOSE jiartios whoso ISitos aro in ARREARS ? X ; will AT ONOE IfVYfthoir rospectivo ? amounts to tho Troas/ror, 1 Cr. WM; STEWART, and savo furthor oxirenso. : \Any ratos duo after tlio 1st July, proceedings will bo instituted for tho r covory of tho samo. By ordor, lilEN 1Y TAYLOR, .r. .-, Council Clork. .. July 8, 1879. iWuuicipul llistrirt of Bi'(iii(j;litoni . Creek nn-l I|oin»-lerry. V rjlENDERS will bo riftoivod by this Council, JL ' till Saturday! tho loth instant, at Noon, for tho followJig |Vi/'ks, viz. : — i'or'to Stump, Clolr, |n| Burn-off from J. W...

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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, 4 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 July 1879

Tcfcegrapliic Intelligence* f From Our Telegraphic. Cot respondent.]) ' ' , SIDNEY. Wr^TSDAY, 4 P.lf. Ix the Legislative Council Sir-John-Iiobertson's amendment on M'r.;- ?DaiUoy'Si.motioiv; that ftlio reductions and improvomonts dato from Jauuary, 1875, was lost by 17 to 8. Tho' 'Land Bill, diopped through. . ' - ' In tho Assembly tlio Miicquni'io-stroot': Iumd. : Resumption Bill; tho Gold ' Abolition Bill, and tho Islanders': Shipping Engagemonts Bill passod their, .iiliird roadm'g.— Mr. .StewaStlB' motion in roforonco to allowing lion on houso : routs to toaeliors of Denominational Schools, lapsed. — On motion for tho socond reading bf tlio Appro priation Bill; Mr; OGamoron' callod- 'attention to: tho condition of tho . colony. Ho; objbcled to further immigration in tho prosont stato of ii'ldus- I trios. -Mr. Pai'kes Said lio had comnlunieatodvl with thfi Agent-Gonernl yosterdayj with a viow | of niodifying oxisting an'angonionts. ' In 1-ogard | to tho ftcti'dn of thd Upjier 'Hou...

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Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 July 1879

Shoalhaven fSHilpplng Xntclligcnee. AEETVALS. Juno 27. — Our Own (s.), from Sydney ; Mary Ann (ketch), from Wbllongong. 28. — Promise (ketcli), xrom Wollongong. ?; ?«Tuly 2. — Ulawarra (s.), -from Sydndy. 1,, 5. — Ulawarra (s.). from Sydney. ?n, ,, — Our Own (s.), from Sydnoy. .t, . .i6. — Gimbola, (schooner) from Sydney. DEPAETUEES. ' ' Juno 27. — Gimbola (schooner), for Sydney. ,,' 30. — Ulawarra (s.), for Sydney. - July 2.— Our Own (sA for Sydney. . ,, 3. — Tllawarra (s.), for Sydnoy. . . 4. — Promise (koteh), for Kiama. . -7. — Ulawarra (s.), for13ydnoy. . ' ' ' . ' ' _ EXPOETS; ' ' , Per IUawnrra (s.), Captain Gardo, on tlio 23rd : .Tuno, 1879. To Sydney ; 08 bags maize, 13 r,kogs butter; 18 -bags bark, 8 baskots'fish, '9 bags ^oysters; 3:casos eggs,- 2 horses, 1 cow, 2 drains . . hpnpy,-l bag fish, 1. bundle s. skins,- .1 buggy, 1 ? hide, rJ2 -pairs -d. boxes. To Kiama: 18; bags maizo. ? . ' I'or Illawan-a (s.), Captain Gardo, on tho 30th ''?Julio, *1879. . To, Sydnoy : 148 ke...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 July 1879

To our Subscribers. SUBSCEIBEBS to this journal not rccoiving thoir papor regularly will oblige by ?promptly communicating the fact to tlio pro prietor, at tho offico of this paper. .Sfkpq jjr, AND S1IOALITA VEN ADVERTISER. Pulilisliert every TJiursriayfllomiits. ' TIIUESDAY. JULY 10, 1879. ?

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Intelligence in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 July 1879

...Iiitclliffcucc in Iir5cf. Troah and salt fish' at 4d. jior'lb. istb'-5ing;Sup- plied in Braidwood, all tho way from' Btittimiin's Bay. Trickot'lias ^Onointo training to row Laycoek. Tho lattor, beilig'confidont of a victory, doclines to commoncp 'trainiugAllitil 'August. , . _ A good roof lias been disoovorod near Bulgin's homosload, 14 milos from Chftl'tbrs Towors. Tho kspocimons aro vory rich. -Numbers aro going thoro. .'i'liQ'llitost Gapo Town nows states that thoro woro ''fifteen assegai wounds in . tho Prince Imperial's body. Captain Casey is to ho court martialed for de'sorting tho Prince. The Imperial Government aro abolishing tlio Indian Museum, and tho contents, will bo dis tributed in tho now British and Colonial. Musoum.; . . !' It is doubtful if even oromtitibn ''wnl^acstioy', tlio emanations of: 'unadulterated monnncss of a man that ??will soll' whislcy :to -a person, whoso' I'lunily nro starving: at homo. . . , ^Mr. Phillip: Dignam, of Goulbunn,. aud', who 'fhrvsoin...

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The New Zealand Native Difficulty. Wellington, Wednesday July 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 July 1879

'The Mew Zcnland ftlitlive lilftU-nllj. fFivm Iho Ihntld.J TColliuglon, AYednosdav-, July 2. No jiativo; oiltingos took placo to-day, but the I ?Ooyormnont liavo imooived advices ' that tlio I nntivos, .unarmed, will ronow ](lo\ighing oii'tlio ' ; settlors' lnndi at New; Plymouth to-morrow; - 1 They jiiopo-so ;by. this moans : to establish r thoir:i light,; and, it . takon prisonors, Will mako no rosi.stanco; ;l)iit;i)art.y after - party, will continue tlio ii^gi ession wi th a yigy,- of. liTitating- ? tlio GovQinineut 'to attack. Pniibaka And foico on f ?. : lxostihtwSs - , Thuisdiy, Jilly.3. . 7.-.,-3?orfcy-fdih\iUiloHoH who wore found plougliing ,thtf;80ttli!-r.s'; hvnd at Now Plymouth woro arrosted ? to-day/. This makos sixty-Rvo prisoners altp . . ^otlior, iiiid thoy will illl b'o bt-ought to 'Wolling- ?-? ????:.{t-m--forAtrittl;-,v:-ICho GovOrrtmont iiro advisod that ; othor r ^a'rigs- oEr ploughars.' will - continue- the nggroshion, and' that thU nt-ted fi ghting oliiof, ; -/...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 July 1879

. ? TO Tlili EDISOH OF 'taE'.TELErtftA'PII. ' J Sth, — I acknowledge your kind bffor to allow mo : apace in your -journal '{o reply to a letter signed : ' James Dent.' Tho writer of that epistle must havo been in that humdrum state that tlio Jorvis Bay corrbspeiidont Alluded to in a foriUor pa]ier when lio wrote suclt nonsense. Ho quotes tho words— Tho trustees gave tho [ Good Teiilplfe. dxelusivO . poi-missioii to hold thoir meotlPgs ,in.; the said building. Tlion ho sta'tes^r' From this I'linderstand that the Good Templars aloilo, and no other society lV-hatovor, are '? permitted to hold their medtiugs tliore. After this it is only a ^qihW tho clofgy aro per mitted to preach thoro.' I novor would liavo thoilght that such a thing Could have ontoral into a liinrfs lioad as to iirtagino tluit tlio Good Tinilplar's mooting would ,itevor eloso '; and I do not. think it would griovti him much if the clergy wore not pormittod to proatth thoro, W I, only heard of him boing once in tho sAi...

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Original Correspondence. The Tomerong Church. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 July 1879

Original Corre£i-«-ft-leuce. The Tonieroiig Cliurclr. ;j TO TIIE EDITOR OF THE TELEGRAl'fr. !, Sir,— Will j'ou kindly allow mo spaco in your journal to reply to a lottor from Mr. Thomas Gandorton that appearod in your issuo of tho 26th Jtmo last,, in which ho endeavours to show that I 'fictod unfair in publishing his lottor in i-oply -to raino roquosting liini to call a mooting of tli'ti 'building commitieo of tho Union Church. It. is ti-uo that ho sont mo tho lottor now pub lished by himsolf in reply at first, but it is also as truo that a fo\v ;tltij's lifter that lio sont tho ono complained of hs his final answor, and lie protonds that it vviis in reply to 'fi difforont lottor altogether;'.' I invito Mr. (Jandiirton to publish any other lottor that has not already appeared in tlio public.pross. Any ono who is at tlio trouble to road thoso lottors may soo thattlip subtoi-fUgO , ?fill -scarcely concoal tho intention. I only wishi that lilr. 'GandortoH would bri&g for,W«H'd....

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Commission Agency. No. II. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 July 1879

COnimiRsioii Agency. _ [B^ Aliiion.] No. II.' ' Boforo traomg tlio progress of Commission Agency, as applied to agricultural And dairying produco, it will bo .iiocossary- to -go buck to tlio earlior history of tlio colony, and show tho won- . derfully ra])id strides tho Colony lifts liuido in tho world's history, '.in its agricultural productions1/ In tho yuar 170X1/ tho first hurvest was gatliored in N.S.W; ; -^hat:tha6 ha'rvosli-wns, 01MI10 quan tity;- 1 havo 110 mbans of', -showing, ,'fnfthet than , ; it was gathered at- Piirramattii, .tlion -known 11s lloso Hill ; but' -I find: that 111 1793, tliroo years ; later, that ,'.'tlio'year!s liarvest yiolded- 14,000 1 bushols of wlioatj-'' with a population in N.S.W. , and Norfolk Island of 4414 souls. In 17!)5', tliero j wore 3000 acres 'of land under cultivation in tho. ? wliolo of tlio colony. Now Xcomparo this, say with Wollombi (a small township .011 the Wol-:. lombi Cftek in' tho Miiitliind district),- and 77 yoAi-8 lator (-1872)...

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Original Contributions. From Sydney to England. VIA SUEZ CANAL. VIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 10 July 1879

Original CoiifriliulioiiN. Front Sydney to lingliuul,' VIA SUEZ CANAL, [By Video. 1 vni. Tlio temptation of again going ashore was sulfieiont to induce' about forty: of us to' tako advantngo' of a fow small boats plying for liiro and roaching the town of Isnialiii -jusf boforo sundown. No sooner had wo sot foot 011 slioro than we woro bosiogodby a host of Arabs anxious for us to patronize thom by taking a rido on the donkeys wliiph had been' brought to tlio heacli for our .special amusemont. Tho' names thoy givo fo' those animals are ridiculously amusing — ono ' Nebuchadnezzar being hold forth as tho host of tho lot. Finding that each animal gloried^ in some such disluinguished namo, I remarked to th'6' owiior of ono of thom 1 ' What you call him.' Ho ro'plied ' Ilim, Doctor Kinnoaly,' and spomed in' high gloo that wo woro .ncqnnintnd' with the' nntno- Of course tho Ca.fo'H'm'Ust ho visiteil, fitid lioaring vory ploasaut music issuing from ono of thoso placos, wo ontorod anil woro a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 July 1879

Whatever may havo boon tho bovorago of tho gods'— aud it is holiovod that tlioy indulgod in nobtaroan draughts; somo of tho best ofl'orts ol' tho poots aro. said to havo boon ollusod undor the inspiration of 110 less potation than gin. It wad Byron's favourato iiululgonco, and spod tlio l'anoy of many othors of colobnty. Thus it has both a ' pootio and practical usb, iiiul to tho latjtor liiia it : I0311 most olHeaciouslv put by tho groator origi i.ilLor of Udolpho Wfo's fcJcdiodam Aromatio ; Schnapps: — . Holloway's Ointment and I^itxs.— 1 Tho finest romodios in tho world lor bad logs, old wounds, T soros, r and ulcors. ? If usod-according; to dirbotions givon with thom, thord is no wound; bad log or ulcorous sol-o, -liowovor obstinato or .long standing,' ' but will yield to their hoaling and curativp proportios.'?: Numbers of porsons who havo boon pationts ill ? sovoral of tho largo' hospitals 'iindei'. tho caro of oininont surgeons,1 1 without dorh-ing tlio . sliglitost bonoflt, ...

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Tonics versus Stimulants. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 17 July 1879

Tonics versws- ©tiiiuwSsrtjfs. No'rwrniSTANDiNG tho. ofi'oits of- modern locturors to enlighten us on questions of health, thoro still exists much ignorance as ;to tlio relative value of tonics and sO'-callcd' .stimulants. ? Persons suffering, from' a low stato of vitality or gonoral doprossion' are 1 still; tempted to resort to alcoholic stimuliints, irpgardle&s of tlio strone-lv-lironouncod opinion, of iiliysicians, that such agents ai'b only capable of producing temporary relief,'' jWliile their' after effects*! aro disastrous' to jtlie patient. On tho- other hand', tonics, in jtlio form of quinine ; and' iron, do naturally' increase ? nervous / vitality ospocially ' tho preparations .of iron,: which,; by; increasing tho homatino or red corpuscols of tlio blood which aro tho oxygen-carriers, materially augment: vital- force and invigorate tho sys tom; : Tho cliiof drawback of tlie'ordiuary preparations of iron is that tlrey produce constipation, disturb- digestion,- and o...

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