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Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 13 January 1914

Borough Council. Tho fortnightly ..meeting wns held on Friday evening. Present—Urn. Ansett (Mayor), Horan, l»oay, WuIIh, Mum, Lei^h md Donaldson. In tlio alisence of the town clerl; his duties,were discharged liy Cr. Wells. .• • ' " ' •'COIIKCSI'ONDKNUK. ' ! From nctihji Depmy Postmaster-Gene-' mi, asking tint trues in Grunt-street, intui feiinir with Uie tetayrajuh wires, he lopped.—To receive attention, 011 motion of C'rs. limn and Donaldson. From M rphy nnd Connelly, solicitors, Bendigo, nsking that, the council allow -John Wilson reasonable compensation for injmii's received throiiyh falling down an unprotected shaft in Ward-street in August last. Wilson was still sufTeiing fimn his injuries, and hitd had thiee months in the liospitii!. — Ueceived, writers to be informed that the council Could nbcept no respond' I'ility-in the mutter. From S. Deehle, secretary to mglewoou Hospital, complaining that tho institution was quite short of water, not a drop being li.nl for imy of the p...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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The Inglewood Advertiser, TUESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 13 January 1914

IngUfoflflir ^Mtriiser, TUKSDAY, JANUAUY Ki, V.H4. Members of Lhe- Innes family, of Kiu gowor, li ive nchiet til wlrit»* most, nearly be 11 record in tlie in itter ofscln-ol uttemUncc. Miss lWe In ties attended for 10 years, WiUinnis for (i years and 7 n.onths, ami James fur D yuar.j, without inissinir i sitmU; session. All three have received tlie Edu cation Uopmtmcnt's attendance certificate. The Trend is a pr.useivortby one, and speaks well f-ii- Ihe interest Hie children take in their studies. In another column Messrs. Colin JSros., brewers and wine and spirit merchants, ete., of Bemligo, direct attention to their new chilled and filtered" beer. This i* chunked to be a better diinli than the well known Lngei and English beets. Mejsrs. Colin Bros, have elected the latest and most up to-date cliillin« and freezing plant ill Yictori.i, the machinery ful' this having been procured fiom Germany, England and Anieiica, and are to he congratulated on their enterprise. It has lieen arran...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Popua, Lord Howe Island. and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 January 1914

POSTAL RATES A NO ft(CULATft|M tho, -term Oommou. wealth is used m connection with Hi p.. rates and regulation* It include* P,.pu. j Lord Howe lslan^ aa^Norfolk I«u£d j &S£L}®&'tt3i££r* „ wealth . -«««. pireeI'Very ^ 1 For dolivery in'tb« New * 1 Banks, and Torre* • a 1 For delivery in oth«r places " Z L LETTBB CABD8 ' " ^ I' ordehverv witkia th. fy>~.V-n rtt Sing e, Id. «Mh; wply Per delivery in Britiak EeSL i& gle. IdftZZ *** For deli very ia n*m Bsfcrifta »- » -and Jorrea UUa4m For delivery w iSm • J«. eacfr, ' *•*•# Sing (e Pn^SSILS^y*! . impressed thereat, may 2 to place. withintR to thoM pIrom, better.," to which lXrs fSRSMSrurfi? SfttSTSi *is,"i illicit haa the ltd • to' thereon, pi»y h*' ?r',,e^ other pirt of V» wSri£ * * rAreBa <">» fftl.&SKSS&g «! annexed thereto (as enumerated c* under "Letters"), and Fiji—tSJ every . oz. or fraction thereof 0 1 In all other places, for any weiaht ' Not exceeding 2 oz n « llotwoo[i ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 January 1914

DENTISTRY. Mr. B. C. Marriott WatsoD, Otntal Sur k * o HARGREAVES 8t., BENDIG^. WILL Visit Inplewood on tbi- <•> < oDd I Wtilneedayin every niont: and may be cccniltw a • TstcheJl'a 1>oj» Noi«l. - Ncit Viell. MISCELLANEOUS. 7rgnre7tr: ~ i MOTHER SEIGEL'S SYRUP Whra digestion fails, whether from loss of tone, errors in diet, overwork or some other (UM> all you need to matte yon well and strong again is a «oarse of the digestive tonic .Saigel's Syrup. t A Digestive Tonic MADE FROM ROOTS. BARKS & LEAVES. • Thirty drops taken daily after meals will cleanse and give tbne to your liver, assist diges tion, renew your appetite, brace up your nerves and in vigorate yoiT system. As a digestive tonic and stomachic remedy it has no equal. REMOVES Indigestion | AAA' L. MOTORS AND CYCLES. THE INGLEWOOD MOTOR GHRRGE Specialises in all classes of Engineering. Motor Electrical Mechanical. Cars for Hire at All Hours, In the charge of competent drivers! Note thes...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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State Ministerial Elections. Retiring Ministers Returned. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 January 1914

State Ministerial Elections. Retiring Ministers Returned. I The Mimslci'iiil liy-nlectinns for thu .Honing KHStihdun-and Piahrun Seats; of the lA'ghsiativu Assembly took pl.ice yoster* day, when cnnsidemhle interest wan shown by electois in each contest. " In each cnse the retiring Minister was re-elected, ihe results of the volinii boiny as follows ; jKSSENDON. Wait, \V. (Premier) ... Ivp-in.e, V- /Jvilioi) fat W-dV'M tibL ..urn. ... mi ...: 4-702 PUAHKAN. -J Get.'eral)"-" t ' WuliMer, \V. II. (IjiIii i) ...'-IISI ■ Majority (in Miicliiiiiion ... J457 BOlltlXG. iltilc'liijiMJi, N\V. piini.-tei for As''icijJtpre iin/i'\Wji'j a) ,A'pp1^"- . 2U'I •Meft ic (Inappendent-falienl}.. • Majority for iliitclilnson ... (fcifl Our cfiricspondent, wiring nt 10.20 la«t ereninjf, stated that the above icturiM were! {■complete, but decisive. " '1

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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What the Parrot Said. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 January 1914

What tits Parrot Said. "You have had tli.it parrot a long time iiov.-. iliss Laura, haven't you?" observed Percy Nlcsfeilaw to the young lady on whom ho was making a call. "Oh. yes, several years," was the response. "Very intelligent, is he not?" went on Percy. "Quite; lie can imitate almost every thing." " "Ah," continued Percy, "they liavs a remarkably clever bird at the Browns'. U can' imitate the sound of 11 kiss to perfection. Is that among tli? accomplishments of cur feathered frit-nd in tha corner?" "No. it is not, sir!" exclaimed the young lady, indignantly. '-Whatever a parrot does is by imitation simply, and it is not likely that oi-.r bird would repeat a sound he is certainly not ac customed to hear." Then the parrot chimed in: "No, George, dear: Wait till I hava .ta'ien this v.-retched bird cut of th« A c'as3 of :'c;r.i;;n wcra being put through a r.reiiiEhiary examination in tlrst-aid work. When it came to Pat rick O'Brion'a turn the sergeant put the following question ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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OBITUARY. MR. JOSEPH MATTHEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 January 1914

OBITUARY. MJt. JOSKPH MATTHEWS. At the hospital nn Wednesday tlieie pas-ed away an old and null known. icsi dent of tlio borough in tho person of Mr. .Joseph Matthews. Tho deceased w.;is 78 yens of a^c, and thp cause of deitli was chronic heart disease. The news of his de mise came ns a shock to many, who were not awiie that ho was ill, hut as it was known by his more intimate friends that his con dition mis seiious his death was not alto-/ gether unexpected hy them. Originally a. nun of exceptionally strong physique, his] |honlth during the past two or three yens] had been somewhat impaired, necessitutini; 1 a visit to the hospital some few months! ago. After a brief stay in the institution] ; lie recovered sufficiently to he able to re- J turn to his home, hut a recuirence of his I malady caused his return to the hospital on j the 2nd inst., and from that date ho.lost! strength. I The deceased wan a man with > history, | hiring seen considerable military service] in India, and ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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ENTERED HIS OWN COFFIN. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 January 1914

ENTERED HIS OWN COFFIN. On January 15, 1603, curious fatality occurred in the vaults of Aubervilliers, where the Paris authori ties keep thousands of coffins in case of an outbreak of epidemic, a sudden disaster, or a renewal of tho bygone street lights. The cofflna are watched day and night by men whose duty It Is to walk up and down the long alleys on the look-out for . fire or thieves. The alleys being very extensive, the guards are always counted ns tlioy go cn and come off duty, in addition to being visited l>y Inspectors at visi ons Intervals. On Thursday, Janu i-y 15, it was discovered that one of t'.w nlghtguard had disappeared, the visit ing inspector failing to find him at bis post. Search was made through out the alloys, but no trace could be found of the man until late on Sun day, when one of the watchmen who had just coine on duty caught the scent of rum as he turned one' of the ccrnors. III3 suspicions being arous ed, he followed the scent to a coffin on the top tie...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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South African Strike. MINERS JOIN RAILWAYMEN. ALL TRADES TO COME OUT. MARTIAL LAW PROCLAIMED. CAPE TOWN, Jan. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 January 1914

South African Strike. -MINERS JOIN llAlLWAViMKN. . . - /-ST-- « ALL TRADK3 To COMK. OlH\. MARTfAL LAW PROCLAIMED.v1 „ CAPK TOWN, Jan. 14. When 11 general strike m symp'lthywitli the Rand railrt-ayiiien's strike was resolved upon l.wt nighr,-the Imion Government issued a proclamation or martial law, w hich will apply, f'>r the present, to the pnnci pM districts''of1 lhti*Transvaal,; the Orarii/e Free Stiite, and Na^l, thinu^h which the main lines of railway pi>s~ It im-lodes llici oil ins (if Diii-IUii- and Pijteirmv'nnliuiLMn N it.il ; P.lo'imfnnteir., in the Orange Free State ; and Johannes burjjund Pretoria, in the Transvaal. The proclamation docs not Htteel -llie Cape province. j The order given .by. the Kedei.ilion of [Trades executive for general stnki'.op ■ plies for tiie present only t/- UieTrinM'a >1 and the Orange Fiea State Provjnee. It is understood that the Ctfpe lirancli of the Federation will call a general strike of the Cape Ptovince, < r not, acco...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 January 1914

WHICH 13 YOUR HEALTHY SIDE? Although it Is difficult to account for. it is nevertheless a fact that one aide of the human body .is generally heal thier than ibe other. There are many instances on record of one. side of the brdy beinj absolutely paralysed, while the patient has continued to enjoy good health for many years. Occasionally a patient who it on his death-bed lose* all sensation in one half of his body: circulation appar ently stops, end there is nothing to Indicate that the internal organs are performing their functions. This phenomenon is f.ulte distinct from paralysis, although it frequently happens that iha life dies hut slowly the other ha!/, and it rnav be many hems era the vital spar!; is final ly extinguished. Again, in soma instances one side of the body sacir.a healthier-than the other all through life. Thus, one eye Is weaker than its fellow, and the consequences of a cold la it may lie much more serious than in the other. A wound, too. on the heaUhlcr side will...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 January 1914

[ TWO DOS ICS .V;'( OM I'LIiTE'CUlfE. > ' I nln' snbjeit 'in bowel . .frcjiiblua w|ijch imi.Sii) |tain mid - h»-on\u.-nicViee, wfftel Mr. Alfred Wane, 1S5 Aiiliuni U<jncl, Ail bnrp, Victoria. "lint have alwuva found two (loses of Chainberhiiu'8 Colic and Diarrh H'ii Keln'cdy' to >ffcct a complete cure I I am pleased to ; know that there is eui-h a sMe and 'cectniir remedy an rhainbiirlaiii'ii ' 'Colfe ' and ■ ; Diarrhoea Iierriedy. mid alwajekeep a brittle h(indy." Sold hv Ml'.'•'jleiiirinjiF'. .storeKceper, ingle wood and' My£i*'. : For Children's llaoUpu Gour|i st Sijllt Wotdb' Gieiit Pe|i| ran ibt Cuie • '' \

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PLOT FOR A MELODRAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 January 1914

PluY FvR A MtLCORAMA. • ... ,t i<... rni!iii:ic"s which the . I • • .M-iiU'.na i..is re- j' > . in- itri-iiuitfiK-as one j i. . ;■ • .il' uj inns rtcovts. j a ti.euti u! Uii, wi.cn a youth, m*r li-d :»'U <!ancer. As ho was Fioi'.oli. ai«t t minor, the m.ifrisfie,, I itvliit-' -Li-t-.i cuiilnuHed without Ills I Hieai.V ci ii.i.'nt, ii.d mil .•"Vniii. They .shipped hlni off to the E-.tst, and dls l.i sHi] i.r the unhappy lady by getting licr cMivlcK.d of stealing n valuable ring Iii>1ui^i:>k to the bridegroom's fiuhcr. fthlcii she swore thm her hus b '.:.U had. ^ivt-n her. She was trans porttd to New Caledonia. whence camo the news, some time later, of her death. 'i lic l>rl<i.;;;room forgot Ills heart Sei.e. married u second time, and be came the f ither of a "son, who was £in-?tven j cars old when another theatrical star and Sims Reeves came into the story. This boy had been paying his ad drensps to the beauty, though her age was uncmain;...

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LIVERISHNESS. THE JOY KILLER. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 January 1914

- LIVERISHNESS. THE JOy-°KirjLKR. ; Liverishness ia a joy-kil'er, a >"tuilv liauishei'. When a man his n "li;ei-," ji„ fee's more like hitting the other fdll.nv m the eye, rather than slipping hiro on the back audshoutinij/'How aieypu, ol l.lioy?-'. As has bct'n well aii<l, liverishne s ili-.lils ii:id tempi r us surely aa tho sun dispels the inorninu im?t. It is 80 1 A few doses of n time-prove 1 stomach and liver corrective and tonic, such as .Mother S-jigel's Syrup, is generally til tint, is needed to ensure tho regular turf evi-p flo« of bile so necessary to t!>e j)eifoct di:»i'sti"H of food ancj the ro^ il.u ihily .telio'i the lioiyeJs. Jt. is a simple matte)' tf) take thirty diops -if Mother i-'pijel's Syrup in liulo water n-lienever yoi| feel the tendency to livetish ness or have pctaken heartily of food that is liiMu to tlisi^ree with you; yet thousands of people iivuid the coneequ jnces of t,i I iniisnecs and ,indigestion in j<ist this fiinple rf...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 January 1914

WHOLESOME BRINK— BRACING AND REFRESHING PUBLIC NOTICES. Funeral Notice. / r HK Fnemlii, of I lie JaW "Mr.Joseiili" v. n -le"s :lrc '.t'S|iec(f»ll\' invited lollou ilia rc-in"ins to their lust testii!™ ;lnce, lliu Inglewo.od. cemetery. ..The iiner.il \, ill |pa\e Ins lute resilience. Millivan slreet, at 3.:!0 p.m: TUia DA-Y ' . ... K. .)V.If..S.AIORK,-: _ -Undertaker. : Federal Carnival, 191^; / ' BAI.AXDi: SHI'lH' Drocipip, Entrance Fees - . I'li/iiur ... , f »!i r \ % Fruit-and I.ollifvs. Dinin^Uooiii t'ookinnkera • Collet Ijons Concert ...... .. .. . s: K lij 2<l io 2(1 I'l 10 17 . 10 1 5 1 "i 11 1SJ7 ii'f■■ 1- ■ l-xpenilitiiTO:' Pi i/ea . .1, Do Mid.il-. ('uiipg iml Call Mjiu liand^ Kiectioh of Miofl . \ Concert ^ I'ottil II ill * Goodi l.u"rtiQ ' 11 -« li-»t niy Permit Piiiiijug, Sfijlimim, t!|( 1 £11! IS L'h 0 7 1 ! 10 "> o '10 0 (> 8 1 t 11 14 2 1 I'l •' l> 15 K. K. MOHvUV / Iloii. P. JO^fK.S I Sees. '. fl Aii XO KAY' Ul> .WITH COLD.' "1 litul a tc'vcre ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 January 1914

muc NOTICI*. :• '• v. . f ■ WATCH THIS SPACE FOR STARTLING ANNOUNCEMENT I:..'"- ■ ' • *; 'i,; V . ^ A'. PORTER & CO. IDi&L FAMILY DRAPERS and TAILORS, BROOKE ST., INGLE WOOD. Special Show of New Sorinq Millinerv. ffctudsy.Nov. 1st While Thanking our Numerous Patrons for Favors we are always pleased to welcome NEW ONES W. Meal ■ItftlMI •FECIAL ADVlHTltEMCNT*, [A CARD.) Dr. Garnet W. Deravin, Surgeon to the Inglewootl Hospital. BEGS to intlmaU that be Dty be Con ittlted at the Booms ol tlie lateDi Weinberg. Visits Bnigewstaf; Hoad&y» and Thursdays ma I y.B. to B FWlif*! faihny HtM. Iltill BcncatiM on th« lsat Friday fa fWj sumtb. Foblte Tftsclulor. [A CARD.] Dr. A.Norris Wilkinson, M.H.C.S , England; L.R.C.P., London (SucceBsor to la to Dr. Adams.) itenerary Surgeon Inglewocd Hospital Late Hon. Surgeon to Port Phie. and I Daylesforri Hospitals. Visits : Bridge water: Evc-ry Tuesday nn<l _Friday. Newbridge: Every Wednesday,.4 p.m. Serpentire: Every 2n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 January 1914

Advertise Your District! TO AI.L whom it may cokokk*. I°®"' ch you »re interested to be eVe5l ,,nblir jt>Bt O'op a line to "The ifvertiser" office in time to allow of .rineeincnta being made for a reporter f Juend, or, failing that, try your own nrr 'tjortiiiR. Bon't bother to any Ji extent about the composition of '5S lee" Jn"t write fully and clearly-the editor wil' do the rest. Weddings, deaths, accidents, concerts, morli, social gatherings and personal ■P„'J„nlic are all of interest to your SborB un.l by drawing public atten tion to your district von are doing a good That there is reason for this reminder I, not our fault. We have, unfortunately, no inir«culoiiii power of knowing what is happening in all the area served by tins iouriiiil, b'it »re desirous, with your co operation, of lessening our limitations. Write the mimes of persons and places diitinctly. Write only on one side of the paper. c>n receipt of application stamps and iliitionerv will be forwarded for corre ...

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The Inglewood Advertiser, FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 January 1914

jSfyt lufllfWoi) &b&trlisfr, FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1014. The fmtnightly A.N.A. meeting ivas heUl nn Tuesday evening, tin; president, Mr. 1'. Denigui, jiic.-sidiutr. One benefit member 1T:>s elected. The Mck report showed only one memiier to lie on the brttiuh funds. It, uns brought under I he ; notice of the meeting ihat.ii member de clared off the medical li-t hid failed to notify tile secretary to this effect, .'lUlinuyli, it w»s stated, he h:itl been woi king for a fortnight. It was decided Co direct tlie member's attention to the mle dealing with the matter, and request that in future proper notice of his leeovury fiom illness lie given. Accounts amounting to £1 fis 2d were passed for payment. Member ,.T. T. Denigan was piescnted with the prize donated by Member A. Bland for a spell- j in» bee held at the previous meeting. The syllabus item was "holiday experiences," but as apparently no one piesent had any. to relate, the meeting came to an early termination. T...

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Church Notices. ANGLICAN. SUNDAY, JANUARY 18th. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 January 1914

Church Notices. 'ANGLICAN. ; SUNDAY, .TANf.'AUV lfillil > Inglpwood — 11 a.m., II.0. I'; 7 p m.i Kvenaong. • Simpson's Crock— V" j| '} J 2 p.m , Kvcnsoiig ■ Kuvgmver— ' ' " ■! 3 4.r> p.m., Kvon.iong •: All services l>v P.ev. II. Staples; Vicnr of Charlton. " |'; Korong Vnle— > ; ! ■ il-n.m., Mnttins. >. ■ 7.30 p.m., Kveiisonc. Powletl— 3 p.m., Evensong, All services by Mr. 0. Karrani.

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The Railways. GRAIN TRAFFIC. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 January 1914

The Railways. I .. : GRAIN TRAFFIC. 1 During the past few days the wheal tuiflic through the Uendigo \ ail way stutior from' I lib northern ulcus to the seaboiirt linn falhjn oil'considerably, and the liiimbc'i of tinins despatched (o ■the metropolis oii Wednesday was .only 1-1 compared with aii average' ijf -i 1 ifiiit- it0 trims in -tbi>, cally pari of l ist Week. The tiaJlic is expected, hoiv i evei, t<V pick up again in a fen- days, atid i to'"ko('\j ;nt :ii' high" pressure ' during the ieu\aiii<ler of Janimiy,and.also during,Feb ruary. The amngements for the reception of the beivy trains from the concentrating ines.to .the north and their expeditious despatch to the 'exporting ccntrdx ate uxce.l lent, and even when llu trnttic was at its 'highest last iveel; not a hitch ocfcun'ed;'"' Thelouli.iM of w,licit at various, stations Jn Urn wheat areas on Monday were lighter Uisin those of ihtf Thursday previous, bfeing yip,bags, compared with .'17,5951 bags o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 16 January 1914

Hoyv- to Neutralise Dangerous ■ . Stotnacb AcidS; Fe.v. |W(i|ile. Iiesl<lt> physician*"teniae lilts ' lm|init'liiou i.f km-piny tliuifmul' contents of tlie slnm icli fioe fioui 10UI. feiiiient'itinn'. ; lloilthy imrm il . ili«i!.~ti'iii cmnot t'iko IiKcb -fthili!' llio. .il.ilicntc lmiivj! of the Mrniieh k lieinu: inllwiieil .ind distended l.y i iciil-ind wind—tlia results (if feimi'iMiii" Mil ; ill tile stiiiiv ich. To secure perfect fermi-nl'iti'ii> mii»t he stopped <>i ■ |iri'Vi!iite(l, -iiul ilni liciil. in-lit ralist-(1. 'J' iiih iiitUJilly^rtvoiiiiiVeiiil' ' -■'jdHiiiL; Tl iii 1 ti: 1 jisllnil I'll in.i!*neM'i fi nil) I lit; "!clieimst,:inil.t'lli'mi; h i 1 f]i:i:tt>;vs11fu 1 iit'n •liuli! U.iL nr L'.ilil w iter iiniiieili'ite'y nflei •witiiii", Tlu'y i('ciiiumt'inl lii.snriitid' niii» • nisia lioc iu-e it.is |ileiv# vut ti-" t.'ike,: luis no : ilisi'jiei'iitile af'oi' r libels, .i|id; instantly ft'ijis;. fi'imenUtinn,.. tn-iitiali-=os tile nc...

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