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A Lady's Influenza. A SPECIALIST AND DOCTOR FAIL TO CURE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 6 August 1898

a Lad4's ItZueus. A SPECIALIST, AND DOCTOR FAIL TO OURE. -Influenza is now rampant all over Australia, and the greatest. precautions bhould bhe take to guard against it, as one has not only to contend with the malady itself, but with its fearful after-effects. That this is so is shown most clearly by the case of Miss Jamie son, of Auturmn-street, Ashby, Geelong Victoria. "' Some few years ago," she tohd areo-rter, " I antlered from a very stevere: attack of influenza. I could never get rid of its after-effects until I tried Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People. Although generally experiencing robust haltlth, when at last I was able to leave iny room I Was almost of ghostly proportiuns, But in March of last year I commenced to Btx perience gre at incouvenience from pains in my right side. I consulted a medical man, who said that it wast mesely the after-effects of the influenza and I was not to worry any self. But as the pains con tinued, I went to JMel bourniu t, consult a spe c...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Death of Mr. P. Fitzpatrick. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 6 August 1898

Death of Mr. P. Fitzpatrioh. It is with sincere expressions of re gret that" we have to chronicle the death of the above, gentleman, 'whose Fdemise took pllace about '11 o'clock'on Monday night last.M r. Fitzparick, whliowas woll and faivorably.: kiiown. in Healesville, received a severe internal injury some time ,ago, -through being crushed by a waggon, which 'necessi tated his removal to the Melbourne Hospital, where he was laid up for three months, and it was owing to this accident, in a great .nmeasure, that the gelntleman's life was shortenedi, An operation was performed on the :suf ferer on Monday afternoon by Drs.; Baird and Syme, but the skill, f' the medical gentlemen ,could, not relieve Mr : .Fitzpatrick from the. consequeuees w?hicih had preionsly: heel wrought to his system, and he1 gradually sanik and expired at the hour stated. The de ceased was at one time associated as a partner with Mr. Crowley in the saw milling. business in the Bullanook Forest, outside Ballaral, ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Pale and Sallow Girls! TAKE WARNING IN TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 6 August 1898

Ple agad Sallow Gl I TAKE WARNING IN TIME, Upon parents and guardians rest a great responsiblity at the time their daughters are budding into woman. hood. -If your daughter is pale, com plains of weakness, is "tired out" upon the slightest exertion; if she is troubled with headache, backache, pain in the side, if her temper is fitful and her' appetite poor, sihe is in a condition of extreme peril, a lit subject for the de. velopment of the mostvdreadful of all diseases-Consufmption. If you notice any of the above symptoms, lose no timue in procuring Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. They will assist the patient to develop properly and regularly; they will enrich the blood, and restore health's roses to the cheeks; hriFht eyes and lightness of step surely follow their use, and all danger of consumption and premature death will insist upon ilheir daughters taking Dr. Williams' Pink Pills upon the approach of the .period of puberty, thus avoiding all 'clhauges ot disease or early decay. If you...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Influenza, Rheumatism Neuralgia, Sciatica, Anemia. General Debility, Indigestion, Insomnia, Fevers, Ladies' Ailments. These and other Diseases have been repeatedly Cured, after ordinary Medicine has failed, by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People. READ WHAT THE GRATEFUL PEOPLE SAY: [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 6 August 1898

influenza, Rheumatismn Neu algia, Sciatica, Anamia General Debility, Indigestion, Insomnia, Fevers, Ladies' Ailments, . These and other Diseases have been repeatedly Gurel, after ordinary Medicine lhas failed, by...; )Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People. READ WHL4T THIE GRATEFUL PEOPLE SA Y:. - A Toea in 3ed Through . Rheumatism. NOW AN ACTIVE, HEALTHY YOUNG MAN. " I am a milkman by trade," said Mr. Tye, of 33 McArthurs-ceet, Ul timo, Sydney, and ride on the cart when distributing milk;' We sere" a very long round,. You can readily see that the very.nature of any'occupa ing compels me to be out in till sorts of weather, for whatever" happeni??we must not disappoint, our custome.ra. It is some 18 nonths ago that, after being out in very inclement weather, I conm menced _to suffer from aching agoliic in limbs and body, and flying pains and stiffneqY in the jointsa; and I also experienced sudden chills, generally succeeded by laeavy sweats. The |pain I suffered was so severe that ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
YOUNGER VERSUS BUCKLEY. DISCRETION THE BETTER PART OF VALOR. WE BACK DOWN.UNQUALIFIED WITH DRAWAL CASE SETTLED. [APOLOGY] [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 6 August 1898

WE BACK DOWN: :NQUALFIgELD E ;ITH; SCAsE' SETTLED: In t? ssue of i ,he " ?ealesville Guardian and Yar en Advocate," o the 30th of April ult.; there ap p'*ared certain statomifnts reflceting on l'r 'Thi.iae'a YR?ge,- formerly of S- Glenardra ,: " Y.r.j' , in- an article h.i -ded ." V awiie Pony Des - troyed Upon making: further inquiries, I have discovered that these statements are utterly uritrue and without any founda'tion" whatever. 'Under .the circumstances, .I unre servedly. withIdraw such statements, and apologise to Mr. Younger for the pal~ aiud annoyance naturally ?aused hili by theiir insertion. A ' .?. BUCKLEY, Proprietor and :publisher of the. S-Heale?ville .Guardian and. Yarra :Glon Advoiate."

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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Cycling Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 6 August 1898

Cycying 1 Totos. `Among-rthe nanies mentioned as most likely'to be..seen on tile Australian tracks next season are-Mlichanel ead I Linton; the W~elshluen ; Loesna, jth'i Frenich record breaker ; Chinn, r the English dihanpiotdi Green, of the cy onluii stakes'; oaid last, but not. lea.t, .Martiii the hero odf any a well-earlied victory. And' anong other. possible visitors il?tay li minentionied Cordang, the 24 hours record holder ; Huret of the iroii iuscles ; arid Parllth, pro1 aiblyl the greatest sprinter of the worl d. :There are so manye haml,ions now- i a-cdays that all cannot succeerd. li ~the case of Martin, his anticipa= tions according to all accounts have e not been fulfilled. .nWVe hasle not-ahard of hint catching tioe judge's eyeil any i big event up to the present,:: though there are yet some months before. he? will finally decide upon his euoenitentet I for the. winter. If we are farored with the prcsence of half of the riders who are mentioned above we may rely upon wi...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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THE MELON PEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 6 August 1898

A 'plant ?which has lately been brought underilie notice of Victorian hoiticu tu-ists is the melon-pear, which belongs to the same genu- as the egg-plant, already cultivated on a small scale in Mildule. The Melon-pear, or Pep ao. Solanum Muricatum. is a n dt;ve of Peru, andi : lai.ely cultivated in C::li fulnia. %.here plants . 't in diameter produ e yearly ,m i0m too 65o- sits. In the C. oiry I-lands it is Iein,, succesf 'ly cultivated, aid f:uits atfi nov b ig s-nt to the Ergl': h markets. It has been de-cribed as one of the best of frui s when prperly grown. The f it i. of lihe s;ze of turkey's eggo, veey fleshy and jaicy. se.. esý. sweet and pelat rble, having the flavor of a melon w;ih a s;ight .icid ac ii,y. Thl:ey e . nootl, some times while wi tj piuple spo s, ai d sometimes anLr yellow. w .l irrc alar pu, le sire. ks about the case. The !l. it firl1 f:ccly. At present the--lie'ot peir is not well known, but .n time should become a Lfvo; ite dish in s ib trupical couni,.ie.....

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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FERMENTATION OF WHITE WINE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 6 August 1898

FERMENTATION OF WHITE * "WINE. " RTICLE by Professor Blunno, the New South Wales Gov ernmient Viticultural expert White musts are fermented \ithout skins,, unless one wants wine with an amber color or rich in tannin for any special purpose-that is. for blending with any other white wine rather too thin, so as to have a fuller-bodied average, or when the wine is destined for the preparation of sherry or any other similar type which has always a deep amber color, and is richer ih tannin than any light white" table wine. Also, the fermentation of white musts with the skin is necessary in the case of aromatic grapes like the Muscats. On the continent of Europe, where they not only grow the Muscat of Frontignac, which at the last period of vegetation turns to a brown color, but also White Muscat such as the several varieties of Muscatel, the fer mentation is always made with the skinis in which lies the aroma. With the above exception, white musks are fermented by themselves. The grapes ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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A WONDERFUL SUCCESS In CURING ALL INCURABLE DISEASES Has been Attained by W. MENTIPLAY AND SON, No matter what your complaint may be, chronic or otherwise. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 6 August 1898

A WONDERFUL SUCCESS In CURING -ALL . -INCURABLE DISEASES Has been Attained by :W., MENTIPLAY AND SON, : No, matter what your complaint may: be, chronic or otherwise. Ouir ciharges for dur Herbal P hpara 'tions aie ioderate compared to others, and what makes them more so,they are RELIABLE. We successfully CURE the following diseases:--Hydatids with out operation, Erysipelas in 24 hours, .Blood Poisoning -:and Diphtheria, Typhoid and other fevers, Liver and Kidney:complaints, including Bright's disease,; Rheumatics, Water Brash, Marasmus, NerFous Debility in male,. and female,- Piles; Sciatica and. Lum-: bago, andd remove from the blood all deleteiious substanices, Eczema and Jaundice.: .We also - cure -Asthma, Tumors, Fits, Coughs, Scurvy, bad legs, Neuralgia and all other curable diseases.: Our hair restorer is the most reliable. We give advic? gratis, requhsting that persons writing: for advice should .eniclose a stamp for reply. W..Mentiplay, sen., will be in. con stant attendance...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 6 August 1898

1JEl' ILL'S LINI1 :)1 ,COACH R' in to?nid froni ulhove places, _ Leaviw AlexIandrai Tuesdauyc, Thursdays, uand Saturday. At 1ptin: Leaving MarysviP'e': 1.I 3 ., j\er' iesdays, and Fridays : At 3.30 pt i.n T. S.IERW.ILL, . . . Prop: e:or. George Greswolde..Day, Senicifor. I :octor, a.nd Conave anlcer,i . N? icholson-street, Healesville,: : "-.1 231 El::Nabetli-street, Melbourne. (Corner of Litile Bourke-st.) A 'TTENDS HEA LESVILLE COURT, and other coirts when required. ':Trst Moneys to Lend. SConimissioner of 'tile Supreme Court for STaking Aflifiavits. nstructions received by Mr G.S. Matthews. SUTTON'S MUSIC WAREHOUSE IS .: :THE FINEST IN AUSTRALiA: - SUTTON'S WEE LS :,.. W~: on nearly all Prizes - _ . WARRNAMBOCL TO - M1ELBOURNEiROAD :RACOE Road Races prove ihe' Best Maiclines Ride a World,_Mascotte, Perfect, or Garden City> Machine. A. F. Buckley, A 3Fent, B, .lcville. S--.: -· She Staff of Life JOHN ROY. BAKER. HEALESVILLE. (OPPOSITE the GRAND HOTEL.) Bread and Small Goods of ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 6 August 1898

DEATH FITZPATRICK.—On the 1st August, at Healesville. Patrick, the dearly loved husband of Alice Maud Fitzpatrick, aged 58. Mrs. Fitzpatrick and family desire to tender their sincere thanks for. the many expressions of sympathy and floral tri— butes they received from their friends in Healeaville, and to. Dr. Baird, for his un— remitting attention to the late P. Fitz— patrick, they are especially grateful.

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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Temperance Reform in Mildura. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 6 August 1898

Temperance Reform in Dildura. Si E Cultivator contains the following :- In Mildura the que lifn of Temper-. at.ce h.s ior yer.ra been a ve:xld one, and at present there seems to be little clhai.ce of an early in?'provement being made in the exisking.sta;e cf affairs. It. is true that the sub-coummitece of the local Shie Council list week made some rc:ommen-. da ions in the matter, but the subset quc::t a-eration by the council of, the issfue of the vo.e to be -shortly I ken mr'kes it appear to be no more ur.vard :than it' ? s fourt yearts ago. Duriig June. 894, tihere. was a petition dawl up praying the-:House to reveal -ection i76 of t.ie Licen?siog Act of 890o (specially affec ing Mildura) in o: der that. theti Local O,:ion prov:-ions ° might become- o,.ra,ive i.l Mildu.a. -Thibs -ave tise to an aciive movement in the direc ion of temperance reform, and on the- 31-t JOY' of .hat year a vote. w's taken on toe ice. oing ques ion. " Four' al:etnative, proposi ion werdsubmittr to tho....

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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Clippings. A CHEAP SUPERPHOSPHATE MANURE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 6 August 1898

Cippings,.' : 'A CHEAP SUPERPHOSPHATE' S:.- ':: MANURE ii. : s.:'i:. ". N American exchange points out that .evet y farmer: haeon his premises one-of the. best sutierphosphate manures known: The elements are found ift Sthe o..ld bones scattered: carelessly-over the yard; garden anit farm, and common wood asles g nerally allowed.to go to waste. If. the liones.ae -gathered, placed under she!t-r, mixed Wi:h three or.four .times their bulk of aihei, kept in,:ist with water enough to m lle a .gob lye, and occasionally stirred and minixed; they will in-a few iionths becoime so tender and friable that they may, be pounded ,intapowdeir 'and in this state they f, rni a viluab:e ;ni nrure, better ,than many- feri liser- .that :.seem so expensive. :. The a-hes should ibemixed with the bone. :ITf.Iit ii deir d o combine ashes anlI bon s ibyja qicicker method, that recommended by Dr Nichols in tie RuralW \orid " might be fllowed :It is as follows :-Bre. k ioolbs of bone? iiSto *mall fragments an...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 6 August 1898

Noews of tho Week. WE have been infornied that Mr. M. Sheehan has been co?nunnicatesc with, asking him to stand for the fort h coming mun icipal election, Shoulr' this gentleman decide to accede with the request, his popularity and ur banity, coupled with the fact that h, is thoroughly conversant with muni cipal matters, should easily earn for him a seat at the council table, where his knowledge of shire affairs would prove a great addition to his fellows members, and besides .irfuse into the business a capacity of mental acumen. [Late last evening we were informed" that it was thought that Messrs. F. Bailey and C. Walker were likely can. didates also for municipal honors.] ON Tuesday evening next, in the Melbourne Temperance Hall, Mr. A, F. Buckley is to meet Mr. John Vale, the great teetotal advocate,' in a chal lenge debate, "Should the Wine In dustry be Prohibited 1" Much interest is being evinced in the subject to be discussed, as it will be the first time that this question ha...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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ORANGE BLOSSOM. M'CAFFREY—DORE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 6 August 1898

ORANGE BLOSSOM. t a --_-*--- * d 3'OAFFREY-DORE;.: Following close uponi the step lately: taken by those who have decided to enter the marriage state, we have yet to chronicle another interesting event,ý which came off on Wednesday, and n under such conditions as to make the c ceremony one that shall always be re d membered with -pleasure by those . persons - who had, the good" for- ' tune: to be guests at the gathering. , If there is any truth in the old fami liar expression that "Happy is the bride the sun shines on," then indeed, Mrs. M'Caffrey could have no super stitious fears, generally entertained by P some pessimistic people, :who portend, A like "Good Old Mother," that a wed- I ding on a rainy day should necessarily a mean that the occasion creates a morbid (i feeling and distrust for the future hap piness of those who are undertaking g this change in life. It-is not. given a to every young lady to enjoy such 'splendid; conditions .of weather as 'w"'experienced on Wednesday...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 6 August 1898

Family Butchr, -LI LY DALE: ITh1MEST ME I T, SBEST SMALL GOODS,,: LOWEST PRICES. ga?Your Patronage Solicited. Note Address Ik S M ITH, L'I LD- " S . . ..: ...STREE .. T:B IIYD-A. LE ; ' .;I...."oo...: :..... ..... -: oo -.PRODUCE DEALE, : SADDLE, and SHARNESS MAKER . -- FREE ... STABLES. - Bakers,-' .o.fectioners, ;Pastry Cooks anPrized Cateread RSSELL,, GILCERIST, ATND DI -.NTON S , Bakers,,::Confectioners, ;Pastry MAIN:: ST.,. LILYDALE. " " >::'. -.:::AND L CIVIL .ANDp CoNSULTiNG ENGINEERSE, Licensed &jtlunicipal Survcyori . And Architects, 425 Chancery Laie, Melbiorne, and:at'. Main-street, Lilydnle -Mr. Russell Attends LiydalueOfidc ., nuesday ?td.Frid]ay, - From 9 to 11.30 a.mn. -. - BEAUTIFUL . BUY .. . BEST BREAD FROM RAILWAY BAKERY, ARR. : - . - G . EVERY DESCRIPTION ( I alls, Tea Meetings, Picincs, and Pairties Catered for. Michaelis Hal leristein' 38 3-34 TLO)X4J.LE ST RI E:I S ATTF AR, iN . A t v Qmntity, rentil t,,.l i ,,l : .:: : a ?? l?rt V.+'i ,e on ecnsil,...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 6 August 1898

FOR . FAi?IERS and FRUITGROWERS is the wish of BEEHIVE STORES, -'LIILYDA.A.LE -Establishcd .1886 . Who in anticipation of a Good Season v inde.Extensive.Prchase.s of SDR. PERY,- BOOTS aud SHIOES:. Latest Novelties SC..K A r s m aing DRESS GOODS, TRIMMINC, FANCY GOODS, GBOLEROS. atiW "STOOK" COLLAvs & r rimmped Mill1ineay spsciDity -.- - . Dress -aking Fit Style and Worki anship ' iti SSO?? Eusli , ' Nainsook.' atisb NEphY GOODSas Cloths. alione?- Sheetings Drils, Hollands arg Striped GalateasFancy Drills. - GCLOTCIE DPAET TMENT .Trousers & ests. TroD sers. FTLL ASSORTED STOCK OF • ' . O- - "-ne?-.oD?"a-sad ie. - Best M kenrs Onl NA' - Lowest Pricess, . AGEN IS . :: ' - ::. bINGER'S SE\VING MACIIIN ES. Bl: th, Irvine, and Ilinney's Bonedsst and SuperphospShate. Walker's Or ganic M anures. Lowest Pricce, ASSORTED of DRAPERY MENS CLOTHING BOYS DO. BOOTS SHOES GROCE.RY CROCKERY IRONMONGERY STATIONERY in the District is offered by Wel. J.% (late Dawborn Morey and Coy.)' a...

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The Guardian. Scribendi recte sapere est principium et fons PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNINGS. SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 1898. News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 13 August 1898

412 uadau. Scribendi recte sa?ire est principiumo et fon PtUBLISIIED SATURDAY MORNINGS. A U'UiWA AY, A UG UST 13, 1898. News of the Week. GEnar interest was evinced in the township on Thiursday afternoon about four o'clock," the time for :receiving. i:nonination t' a naidites-ftr.thd?orti. couing municipal' election, and much' satisfaction was expressed when it be. cauu knouwn that we were to have-an election. And in this respect the electlou shouktl be a real "live one," for those gentlemen who have nomi nated for the position have much to commend them. Messrs. Al. Sheehan, F. Bailey, and C. A. Itobarts, have announced themselves in oppositidn to Messrs. T. G. Chandler and W. T. Jefferson, retiring candidates, Mr. Juo. Green having decided not to seek re election. All of these gentlemen are well acquainted with the wants of the district, and it will therefore rest with the ratepayers whom they think will be the best suitable to represent them at the council table. Increased in tere...

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What is Influenza? [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 13 August 1898

What is Znaue~noa ? Influenza, a complaint exceedingly common at this time of the year, is not generally understood by the greater part of those who suffer from it. It is in reality an aggravated from of cold, supplemented by a general weakness of the whole system. Ordinary colds, it is well known, are caused by conges tion of the body, which as a rule is most prominent in the head or throat. Influenza can be traced to the same cause, and irregular or insufficient liver action is in most cases responsible for both. When the liver, through any derangement of the digestive organism, ceases to act in the proper manner,. a certain amnount of bile finds its way into the blood, and at the same time the blood created from food consumed is of ajdecidedly poor quality. In this manner. the blood becomes congested, the circulation sluggish, and a cold re sults. The circulation of the blood now being much slower than usual, the en tire ?;tenu is affected. The ,nervous organtrsm becomes unstrung...

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Job-Lots. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 13 August 1898

Job-Lots.. . There are over 200 varieties of flat. fish alone, Nutmeg grated. into a glass of port or cherry often cures neuralgia. There aae 10,800 teachers in the di 'minutive kingdom of Belgium. Laplanders think nothing of covering 150 miiles a day'on'their skates. In the Channel Islands the old Nor man dialect is still spoken by the pepple. The Belgians claim to be the first people to have discoveied ;coal :.in the year 1049. The gold yield of Western Australia last year,was equal in value to a 'nil lion sterling. The next totail uclipse of the sun vi sible'in London will not take place till August, 1999. Over £700,000 worth of gold is used yearly in Birtingham for jewellery manufacture.' Artificial legs are to be made with pneumatec feet, toilessen the jar on'the body when walking. The highest village in Great Britain isnthat of Leadhills;!betweenfthe coun ties of Lanark and Dumfries, South Africa now Ihas 3,500 miles of railway, as against 328 miles twenty years ago. - Observa...

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