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SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 April 1892

SUM1MISY. :A ?!?( S.l f V '-I-: -JIiiiIjiii! of six nimrt lusts who urn nllegcd Hp imyyjineii concnrncil 111 tlio niumifucturo of dynmnifft^boniba nt Wnllsall lias been commenced. ? In oj:nmny tlio cuse for tlio - a piost'C-ut-ioii Si i- Hicliiird AV'obstcr dcclnrcd ' tlmt tlit' prisoners J»ad projected.- horrid a rocitioH. ,j . Il racltol, loiuler of the Parisian una' c'10 - 'i'-jM iats, has been nrrested upon suspieir an^' hiwing boon the author of tin.- last dJiW- ; , outru^e in Pacif; H As many of tho itiinrchislf! oxnelJe«L '' . France aro resoriiny to Lonpon, i lie li? ' ? politan police are' talcing great preiiuufif? ?for. the protection of life ond property.- ®-{: Russia has informed Germany that it lias'^ iio inleution of attacking tliat 'nation, and . tlmt the movements of tlio Russian troops u upon the frontier are merely intended 11a a . ' precautionary measure. , , * ? : A disastrous tire occurred at Mandeluy the ;;,v | capital ot Bnniiali, three- fourths of the town be...

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 April 1892

me ^knttmecv. , T^EEMS: : SunsouirTlo.v, 2/0 .pir'. quarter prepaid; S/- i bookcil ; charged onlj from the tiroo of enmmnucin^ Quarters eml. March. 31, J Juiii 30,'; September 30 lidceuibor 31, at, which periods only con subscribe dcclinc by giving a week's notice in writing ilirecl -. to'tho bffico-^not^.thrqugli a local collector— ami paying to tlio.'tlieh running quarter. ' ?« AnvEjtTiSEMENT.S-^ot lcss..tlian one in.cli, 1/- foi tlio firat/ two linos anil 3il. per lino aftor ; longer ? i advertisements, 3/.-. Jor the first inch, ami 1/6 for 'every subsequent, inch. A: liberal reduction made for i standing advertisements. Advertisements o births, mairiages, and deaths, if sent by post, must be authenticated by the signature'ef soine person known »i the office, or they will not be inserted. AdvortiseinenH will be received up to 6 p.m. on day of publication. The number of insertions ' should be written ou tho faco, or the advertise ments will bo continued till countermanded. Orders ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 April 1892

Special A-lvcp}Docimneni6n. MOSS V4LE, Upholsterer, French Poliolior, Picturo I'ramcr. £c. A LARGE Stock of Furniture, Bedsteads and Bedding, Carpets, Matting, Linoleum, Door Mats, &c., always on hand. Spring Roller rind Venetian Blinds, mndo nnd fitted or repaired. COMMERCIAL BANKING' COMPANY. -n-z? C3~zrzsz:jznizr„ ~ Established 1831. Incorporated 181S. Head .OfilCO : Groitoi: SntnCT, Svdnkv. ? o ? CAPITAL ? £000,000 RESERVE FUITD ? 3070,000 Hf.seiive rou EiiCAMSAnox or Dividends ? £150, 000 Money received at Interest and all other usual Bonking Business transacted. E. EVHRARD ROW, Managki:, / HOSS VALE BRAIJCH W, H, PALING & C07 j C-wTlT' ' i' '-,J1 ? ,1j ?*.)g Establi/mkd 1853. Incoju'oiuted 18S3, Solo Agents for PIANOS by Steinway and Sons, Julius Fen rich, Ucbcl anil Lcchleitor, Carl Ecke, The Victor, The Belling : and fov the ' ? world-renowned ESTEY ORGANS And Booscy'a Brass Band Instruments. Universal Providcrsof PIANOFORTES, ORGANS, . ' MUSIC, and MUSICAL I...

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
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Pigeon Shooting at Mittagong. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 April 1892

Pigeon .Shooting at Mittagoug. i : A Pigeon, match took place at Braemar on iSiitui-d-iy, March iGth. - Thq ? weather .was beautifully, fine, and agoodly number of visi tors attqnded. Hie following, are thq scores 111, the handicap in wlych..' Spuler',(26yds)l ,W.ijIJoey ,(2oyds,)rand. 'iW.. \Yt-{lo.';.(26yds ) divided :-» , , , . (I , N111110.. r , H'oap.- Noai. Scotc. ' Total. 1 -'Spuler, ? ? ? 20yds. 1st llllllllli—lO w. Hooy us 2 niimiui— 10 W Wado 20 1 ' llUHim— 10 J. Halloiau. 27 I ,2 ^ ! H,1111U10— 9 J. f'leetoa...v..„;25 ,u,.s: U.U10. ' ' rr5 . - T Ha)Ioran 27 2, 111110, — 6 * Honoysuckle.v. 23 ^ ^ — — 1 11 10 — 4 R Leech J 23 2 ' 11110 -!? i A Cliallcer 22 ,3 - 11110/ , — 4 .'.i'W;Goodfellow..'..'-20.i.'i- ...1 . 1110. - — 3. J l^an , . ...,22 2 1110'^. — 3 . u\ Hoov::..:.:..' 23'''.' 'mo-';' s $ Jlnsli ' '26 1 1110 - M 3 W Howarth . 25 — 1110 j r- 3 ?W., Simpson., ? 24. : . 2; .-HO . — , 2 .. J. Fleeton...j.,,.,r25 - ? 2 l'O . — '2 It Lcccli. '23 I ' 10 ' 1 — H Klnglinin 2...

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Burrawang Vigilance Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 April 1892

ffitirrav/nng Vigilance Committee. The usual monthly meeting of the above was hold at Kuhn'o Hotel on Saturday evening last. Mr. A. K. Yongo occupied the chair, and there were present— Messrs. Isaac Allen, G. J. Irvine, J. R. Tiudalo, L. E. Ball, aud J. T. Hayter. The resignation of Mr, J. W. Montgomery, aa secretary, hod been received, and Mr. J. R. Tindale was electcd to act pro tan until next monthly meeting. It waa decided that aa expenses incurred in call inr» nuhlic mectiucwas due to Vicilnnnn fViinmiifnn that tiie same be paid by them. The amount of lis was passed for payment, to Messrs, L, E. Bali and Co. for advertising. Reference wa3 made to grant of mouoy to bo apent on tho road from Burrawang to Wild's Meadow, and it was stated a reply received from the department intimated that tho matter was beiug considered. Mr. Allen proposed—1 lt That Secretary writo with roforcnco to graut of £500 for improvement of road from Gingcr'c corner to Wild a Meadow.' Seconded by Mr. G. J....

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
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C Troop (West Camden) Cavlary. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 April 1892

C Troop ([West CummIcm]) Cavlary. The settling-up in connection with the recent cavbine competition of C. Troop Cavalry took place at Aker'sHotel, on Saturday last. Lieutenant R. McEvilly presided and there was a large attendance of members. Prizes were paid over to the success ful competitors who were present. Trooper Cost-in taking the biggest prize value of £4 5s, Trooper J. Graham, second with 30/-. It was decided not to hold Cavalry sports nt Kangaroo Valley on Easter Monday, in consequence of all the officers being absent troin tne district on or aoout tnat date, it . waa decided to hold a meeting of the Association at Aker's Hotel on Saturday evening uext, at 8 o'clock sharp. Drill of C Troop took place at 3 p.m., on Satur day Inst ; when about 30 were present. After roll waa called it was decided to dispense with the usual parade in consequence of wet weather.

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Moss Vale Rifle Reserves. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 April 1892

BUoss Valo DSifle Keservcs. Tho monthly ohooting of tho above corpo was concludcd at the Browlcy range on Saturday after- i noon last, Mr. H. G; Lambert bcingtop ccovcr with GO. Appended aro the o:ore3 : — *2 gHP T1 Amt H. G. Lambert ... 31 29 0 - GO 30a G. Gissiug ... 31 23 2-5G 20s C. Taylor ... 23 27 4 — 54 153 G. Bailey ? 27 20' 5-52 10a J. Wottoii ... 23 II 13-52 10a F. Bray ? 26 18 2—40 5a D. Cliford ... 23 0 13-44 5a J, Watta ? 21 10 0—43 5s W. Bell ? 11 15 10-30 J. Tibbett ... 9 0 21-30 The shooting for the first quarter of the current year waa also finished on Saturday, when Mr. Lambert again topped tho list with 178, winning tho Martini-Henry rifle presented by the clulwight out, mid also getting a 'leg in' for the Garrett trophy with 120 points for the best two shootiuga out oi three during the quarter. Tho following ia the result : — Name Jan Feb Mar ^-i p Tl H. Lambert ... 55 GO GO 1 — 178 J. Woltou ... 42 42 39 18-171 C. Taylor ... 49 51 50 4 — 102 F. Bray ... 55 51 44...

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 April 1892

PuoTOGKAniY.— Mr. Sibert, tho well-known photographer, whoso reputation for over thirty vears has established lum a favorito, is now at Bowral, wlicro ho has ercctcd, at great expense, a studio, which will enable him to turn out work superior to anything iu tho district. Everybody is invited to hia studio to judgo for them selves. Satisfaction guaranteed. Photos taken by instantaneous proccss. All work beautifully enamelled, and thereby prevented from fading. Sydney priccs. No photographer named John Small, Heury Hay, or William Jncksou is in my employ , or in any way conncetcd with my firm. . £i0 reward will bo paid for information of any photographer obtaining money or work iu my name, not legally authorised. Printed form of rccoipt can at onco satisfy you.— C. A.. Siboit, photographer, MosaVale, Head-qunrtcro, Bowral. — Advi.

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Bowral to Robertson Railway. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 April 1892

Bowral to HSofocrtsom DBailvray. In the Legislative Assembly on Thursday evening Mr. M'Court asked what was the intention of the Government with regard to the proposed construc tion of the railway from Bowral to Robertson. Mr. Lynne said this line was referred to the Public Works Committee some 18 months ago, and I he believed that committee brought up a report in which it was intimated that another route might be found desirable. Ho thought it was called the Sheopwash route. He was informed that the plan of this route had been only partially prepared, and when -tlio plaus were prepared and the report ready he would consider whether he would submit the matter to the Works Committee.

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Robertson Railway. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 April 1892

Robertson ICailway. A public meeting, convenced by the Burrawang Vigilance Committee, was held at Ktihu's Hotel ou I Saturday afternoon last to take into consideration the report of Mr. Howe, President of the Water aud Sewerage Board, with reference to eatchmeut are* and the proposed railway. Mr. A. K. D. Yonge, President of the Vigilance Committee, occupied the cbair, aud there was a large attend ance of residents present. Mr. L. Ball spoke at some length on the report of Mr. Rowe, aud read extracts from that report, which, he considered, it was their duty to call or au explanation. Mr. T. W. Lackey gave some important informa tion with reference to the Water and Sewerage Board, and spoke on the surveys made of the various routes the proposed railway would takc.^ Mr. Bleucowe was of opiuion that the opposition to the railway was not against the present survey I from Bowral to Robertson, Mr. Ball proposed— ' That the secretary of the i Vigilance Committee write to the Water and Sewe...

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Cadet Parade at Goulburn. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 April 1892

-D»«llct IPaKMle sat dnoulbura. A parado of tho Southern Battalion of Cadets was held at Goulburn 011 Friday the Goulburu, llowral, Mittagong, Crookwell, Queeubcyaii. and Junco companies being represented. The total number was 105. The officers present were Battalion Commander Lnmsdcn (South Goiilluirn school), Captain Gallagher (Crookwell), Taylor (Bourke-streot school), Lieutenant Wright, Lieu tenant Dunkley (Bourke-strcet), aud Warrant-officer Murphy anil Captain Mulholland. both of the staff ; Staff-sergeaiit3 Davidson, Hooper (Howral), Uraliam (Mittagoug), Moran (Juucc). The teachers were also present. A cadet band of 20 supplied the music In tlio morning tho boy3 were put through battalion movements, and in the afternoon tlioy practiced Biiirmishing movements* Captain Mulholland com plimented tlio cadets on their eood behaviour, and upon tho manner in which they had acquitted them selves. It hrs been decided to hold a cadot cacainpmtut hure, probably in Ootvher,

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St. Joseph's Building Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 April 1892

St. JFoscpk's CSuiWing Society. Ou Friday la3t the adjourned meeting of the do« positors of tho St. Joseph's Investment and Build ing Society was held in the New Masonic Hall, The report of the committee of investigation appointed at a meeting of depositors held on the 19th February last waa read and adopted after come considerable diccucsion. The document contained como state ments which were received with much surprise by depositors and shareholders alike. The committee regretted exceedingly tnat the investigation nail not borne out the confident expectation of tho directors, nnd that it had become its painful duty, upon in formation supplied by tho accountants, to meet the directors, and after examining the ofiicers concerned, accept the resignation of the manager, Mr. E. J. Ruble, and dispense with tho services of tho secre tary, Mr. J. J. Rubie, forthwith. Several recom incndations wcro made v ith a view to reducing the expenses of tho society, which met with general ap. preval...

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Poetry. IT'S HARD TO SUFFER AND BE STRONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 April 1892

! poeitry.^ ITS lHARD TO SUFFER AND.BE ^STRONG. , ; It'ahard to livr amidst a throng , \ In 'citios, vot nlonc, To nurso a grief th.it gniws tho heart— ; : ? *; A pricf to all unknown. Wo often read, aud pity thoso . In romancc nml in Dong, . . ' ForgetHiijjr thoso who no.nrcrlioma Are suffering nnd aro strong. : ? It's hard to always wear a mask Xhat proves our lives a lie, And laugh to hide the scalding tear, And s^iilo when wo would sigh ; It's hard for sad, cold hearts to ho Gay 'midst a smiling throng } It's hard to be wli.it others bo ? ; ' To suffer and bo strong. { J It's hard to love with heart and saut*1' 5*, 'J* ? That all-consuming llamo — To know not why that lovo was crossedi And yet must hear tho blame. For one to bear the bitter hlamo Who never did tho wrong Alas 1 thoy know how hard it is Td suffer and bo strong. Some Bpuvn the lovo thoy pleaded lor, Yet know it kind and true ; And others break a trusting heart, Yet know not what they do. Ah 1 Ritrely all have their...

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Berrima to Burradoo Road. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 April 1892

Etemmnsa (to CumTniloo nSoiicl. Mr. Rico has been working very assiduously lately in the interests of this road and has at last succeeded in obtaining some satisfaction from tho Works Department. On Wednesday last ho wired to Mr. Kidd to tlio following effect. ' Push on Bevriina to Burradoo Road beforo Houso closes. Ncthiug has been done during your absence. Berrima and Bowral people vory anxious.' On tho following day Mr. Barling replied : ' Mr. Kidd lias called in reference to road, Burradoo to Berrima. Tender wa3 accepted for contract, £1G2G nnd papers l„..„l,„„„ fnu-nrrlnrl In WHrliinfi-ln h.u-n u-nrlr out. Instructions have also been given to have work expedited and further work arranged for as funds admit.' Tlio assurance that this work is about to bo carried out will bo received with satis- ? faction by all interested in tlio progress of the dis trict. It means that a now road will be opened up between Bowral and Berrima, through some very pretty country. When thi3 is done th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 April 1892

News lino been received that Einin Paslm baa been victorious in a battle in Equatorial Africa against natives who were commanded by his old olHcers. Tlio officers were captured and shot. The influence of the Roman Catholics has secured the rejection, by a largo majority, in tho Keichstag, of the proposal to graut 2,000,000 marks for. the building of a corvette for the German Navy. Factory Butter Market. — The Produce Exchange co-operates with '100,000 citizens, to dispose of Factory aud Daivy Butter in Sydney, the nearest nn best market. — Kawickn* & Vance, 95 Sussex-street. WHY KtSPADIKI ©EAF / Deafness, Head Noises, Discharges, &c„ ko matte* Or how i.ong standing, completely and perrcanently . j curcd by the new and entirely successful Electro* „ Medication Treatnieft*. Self-appmed ond Painless. Er r-clruino not at all nccesaary. Advice and fajnphlet Free from Professor Harvey, 145 Collioj trcel East, Melbourne. Magnificent testimonials. N.B.— Professor Harvey's El...

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Berrima District Cold Climate Farm and Diary Company. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 April 1892

DSoE's-flsiujj Mstrict Cold Climate Fcteu r.tmi DDniny Company. A meeting of the shareholders and directors of the ! above company was held at Kuhn's hotel on Satur day afternuon last. Present— Thos. Seery, Esq., j J.V. (in the chair), and M^/jrs. J. Stone, W, Noble, , H. Johnston, W. Turner, fW. Clark. A. Harrigan, : H. Wilson, N. EI. Thro dp;, J. Gibson, T. W. j Lackey, J, Alcorn, R. anty W. Moses, T. Blencowo, j R. TunUmll, Frazcr, G\f Eycara. M, Sncry, G. jiernic, .j. Hood, bmitli, Lord, A. Ivirkland, J. Faulko, G. Porter, M. Brooker, J. T. Hayter, F, Brennan, J. and A. Gilroy, J. Brooker. W. R. Iiindmarsh, jun., F. Dickens, W. Wills, J. Weir, and J. Walmsloy. The chairman callcd upon Mr. E. J, Aiken (manager of tho company) to read the advertisement j convening the meeting. He (the chairman) stated | that it was necci-sary for tho directors ami share- 1 holders to decide whether the company Rhouid i receive butter from warmer districts fur sale on their floor. It wa3 pointed ou...

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Mittagong Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 April 1892

mittngoiig Ivljiiulclpal Council. Tho usual fortnightly moating of tho above ?was hild in tho Council Chambers on Wod nesday evening, 30tli Mnrcl). Thoro woro present — tlio Mayor (Aid. W. Richards) nnrt Aid. Monlinc:, Middlelou, Viios, Larltin, Mandelson, Snowdon, Drapor, and Dawson. COItUESrONDENOE, From Mr. A. Hodge, Mittagong, asking ior permission to lsoep a pig ou his promises nt Oaklands. — Grantod. From Messrs. A. and Goo. Lako, Mitta gong, in reference to tho drainage of their premises, of which thoy had written on previous occasions. Messrs. Lako statod that their yard was being made tho rocoptacle for tho drainngo from a number of other premises in town, and if oomothing v/ns not dono to roliovo thom thoy must, after 11 days take action ngainot tho Council for iodre3s. — Oonsidorod later on. From Mr. J. H. Cardow, Sydnoy, asking tnat liis account (£1) bo paid. — Aid. Dawson moved that tho £-1 bo sont to Mr. Cardow, together with tho £G duo to him f»r hio report on tho wat...

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ENGLAND'S GRAND OLD MAN. A DESCRIPTION OF MR. GLADSTONE AND HIS CHARACTERISTICS. HIS WONDERFUL SCHOLASTIC ATTAINMENTS. AN UNMATCHED PARLIAMENTARY ORATOR. THE BEAUTIFUL HOME LIFE OF THE GREAT STATESMAN.—A SAMPLE DAY AT HAWARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 8 April 1892

' , ENCLAHD'S GRAND OLD HAH — ? — I A Descbiption of Mr. Gladstone andHi&J CHARACTUIiIGTlC3. I ' His Wonderful Scholastic Attainme:;t3. An Unmatched Parliamentary Orator. The Bkautiful Home Life of tub Great Statesman. — A Sample Day at Hawardes. [By Sir Edwin- Arnold, K.C.I.E., C.S.I.] What do I know of Mr. Glndstono? A thousand tliingo ! ni^st, if not nil of thom, tending to tlio boundless credit of tlmt illus trious and very noblo figure, which stands out foremost among our famous men of tlie England of to day, and which justly occupies bo largo a place in tho estimation of all Americans. I have had tho honor of know ing Mr. Glaustono personally ever since tho time of the Confederate rebellion and that diro struggle which followed between North and South ; and while in later years events have compelled mo to rango myself politically against him, I yield to no one in admiration of Ilia personal character and qualities of heart and mind, nnd value beyond expression tho frie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 8 April 1892

WASTED, CARETAKER for tho Church of England; Moss Vale. ? ' ' - Apply to the Churchwardens. . . J. R, VILES. , ? FOR SALE I,..;: A DOUBLE BRAS&MOUNS'ED SEDSTEAD, with Springjanwffl&ehaiiteJJSttca8ses and Bolster. . iA.ll in fiifet-qJMi order. by- letter ° ? \ . X.Y.Z., ? ? ' Post Office, Moss Vale. - : BETWEEN. ? «.» Nafci-3' and ISdmS Ashhy Church, a ' BlacV \Sloire PABSapIi, with knob handle. . Apply to V ??NANSLOE,' Moss Vale. TO LET iu MOSS.- VALE the Building teeently . occupied by the Government as a Poit-office, Apply for particulars to Mk. I. S. PONDER, E.S. & A.C. Bank, Moss ViJe. SYDNEY MEAT PRESERVING CO.'S , BONE DUST a^LOOD L riiHIS SPX^EXIMD MANUltfNftH b\had in any J_ quantity from 5 owt. up)^fCis on application ° T. W. LACKEY, Westerleigh. CECIL COMPTONi ORGANIST & CHOIRMASTER, ST. JOHN'S. CHURCH, MOSS VALE AND 1 SUTTON FOREST. PUPILS RECEIVED TOR Piano, Organ, and Singing, O' Music suppplied for Concerts and Balls, held in the Distric...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 8 April 1892

/?j, # - \ Certainly tho best mcdicinc known is SANDER aud SONS' EUCALYPTI KXTRACT. Test Its eminently powerful cftects in coughs, cclds, . in fiuenza ; the veliof is instantonous. In serious cases and accidents of Ml kinds, bo thoy wounds burns, Bcaldingo, bruises; sprains it is tho 6afcit rompdy—no . swelling— no inflammation. ,.Latc. suprlsing effects produced in croup* ^ luphtheria, bronchitis, inflammation of tho Imijjd; swellings. &c., diarrhaM, dysentry, diseases of tho Ichlitoys and nvlnnty organs. In use at hospitals aud clinics all over tho world; patronised by ills Majesty the King of Italy ; crowned with medal and diploma tio Intornaitonal Exhibition, Amstordam. Irust to OH' approved artlolo and rojoot all othor^* | Photography.— Mr. Sibert, tho well-known ! photographer, .-whoso roputation for ovor thirty ! vra'rs has established him a favorite, is now ot feowral, whoro ho has erectcd, at great expense, a studio, which will enable him to turn out work I onperior...

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