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Cobbitty United Dairy Company. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 5 December 1895

Cobbltty United Dairy Company.' ' The above company's stefli anmiall meet ing was held ii the Parish Room, Cobbitty- on Friday afternoon, 26th i Distant:; the fitteridance b6ing a meagre one. Iri the absence of the chairman, Mr. Lakeman,- Mr; ?T; Cummings 'was voted to preside,- vmo explained that the tran,sactioris that after noon would be for . the whole year,' the - half-yearly meeting having been permitted to lapse. , TVrinnf'fta r»f ?niPftfinD1 'hfild 30th .T\rf»tr«mV-6*' ; / ' 1894, 'were taken as read and confirmed. , ^ , The Report and Balance Sheet was .then , submitted by the Hon, Secretary,* which , -? 0 .{?ave the receipts as £3,849 14s, of tvhich I ? ^63,778 7s we^e realised from butter and I -^0 xiream sales. On the expenditure side, ; , £3,369 2s ^d were paid suppliers, £123 4s 'w \ as interest on capital, and £88 for wages,- a ' V,.' , , credit balance of £73 8s 3d being carried ? , 'forward. j-s Mr. Cowper explained that while a credit 'balance of £73 8s 3d was show...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Bringelly. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 5 December 1895

; ' Bringelly. fFROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.! ^.:i-:-;.s3?kis-'beipg' only a small district there. is con- I r'; jpequently not much of importance to write I ? v^iboot. .. . I ? We all are complaining about the con tinued hot and dry weather, „ On Sunday j : w.e.had a sm$rt shower, but, it did not last \ Jong epougb to do much good. If it only j precedes the abundance we. hope will come I ^ shortly, and which is absolutely needed, we J i .-shall be happy. .1 The lady bird pest has found its wajr here, j .and chiefly attacks the vegetables^ especially i wumnkin leaves, which thev make a complete i Wh' ^etwork of in a very short time, - w li V ? T.he usual temperance meeting was held' ' 's ,on Saturday night last in a building kindly J '' lent by Mr. McIntosh? storekeeper. The , -/' ? rchief busjoess wa§ the election of officers] ' ^or ^ie -?iQBU'n^ year, and resulted as follow; — President Mr, J. Jackson ; vice i?*\ ' ^president, Mr. Sherman and Mrs George; , , chairman, Mr, F, Steed;...

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Occasional Scrawls. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 5 December 1895

0oc?aM6nal Bcrawis-' ; ?;'|By HAitifop.} .. clo'se o1)8erfer of human nature .dahA'ot fail to notice how the good. Old Bible des ; scribe pool* Mortals.' ' Ther6 is none g^ood, '?no not one ;' our hearts- ? ii're described as being deceitful above all things. ^The self : righteous ones fail to ffee that they have any of those bad' failings' vvhich they so qkiick'ly detect in their fellow creatures/ : The closer a' man observes human character/ the more disgusted he is likely to becomei. Mali is generally weak/ and despicable'. When an unfortunate individual! gets int6 financial ioa vu a rJ n nnh qdo hio /'/iIIaw /??vnoi'hn»ha |. U!UJLUUJlU'Uki| «»U uwu MWVy 'ia iUHU *r LlCabU^QO gather round liiiai with wordgir of sympathy . and practical help!.' Oh,'no !' His'credTtoi ^ will « poutfee upon' liiai like a lot of raVenous wolves,' and ' down' hiru. They never thi'nk to help hiin'to tide ov^'r his difficulties. Some of them niay be' Chri'siian?,-' and call upon. Gio'd fctf mercy. Will ...

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Cawdor. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 5 December 1895

, Cawdor. i {'from our own cobbespondent.] On 'Saturday last the Cawdor Wesleyan - Sunday School Anniversary services were ; : held and were eminently successful. The ^.??.'?.Chiurch had been very neatly decorated and ; was crowded. The children occupied a raised platform, which every way proved an '!-v ?' advantage. The programme was pleasantly varied : chorus, duet, song, recitation, - dialogue, and examination intermingling and each in turn- beiDg effectively rendered. Miss. Proctor presided at the organ. Mr. Doust the Sundav School sunerintendent for so many years pastexamined the children. The Rev, VV. Wall occupied the chair and in the evening preached a helpful sermon to an excellent congregation. The Cricket match Cawdor v The Oaks took place on Saturday last and was won by ? the former, \ ? JUain is. very badly wanted. Grass is . short and contains very little nutriment; / .stork are commencing again to feel the effect .of ithis trying weather. Farmers this year instead of ...

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Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 5 December 1895

Notes, ?ft 'is. WtremeTy gratffying 'td Sid from ?Vhe thirtyfourtft Annual tepdK of thfe New *feouth Wales institution for the ^-etaf and Dumb arid the Blind, tba't this noble claim to ohr sympat hies hks sudcessf ully Weathered , Jthe present 'depressed ^imes, and that while the expenditure fdr the -past year was £4,376 §s 2d thei'e 'is only a deficit of ^vf-'£B31 3s 4d. Whht a no*ble work, arid what 'a justifiable expenditure. These poor 'cteatrfrres are worthy recipients of all our surplus 'chatity. Their afkiction 'is not of .. their own marking a'ftd they are, it !no way : ^responsible for their calatfnty. Ohr duty is therefore plain, and tha't is, i£ have it to 'spare, t6 give fe. trifle to the1 tflairi t &i n i n g of 'that noble and worthy ineiitutibn Where at the present time fiinety-one dtfaf, dumb arid ' 'blihd children are being Educated and v ^taugHt trades . We ijtiote tti'e Allowing r.^.'-.^rQta.the annual 'teport : — ' Thefe 'is much 'cliffictrlty of getting ...

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POETRY. Meditation and Prayer. ROBERT HERRICK. (Born 1591, Died 1660.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 5 December 1895

SOETffif ' « Medilatioa and Prayer--, Robert Herbick. ' ' i ^ {6oni 159 1. Biei 166^ / '' ' I'lfei hope 'no more _ l. . 1 ' s \ ? For, thiftgb that will fiot come, _ ' ' ^ ^ VA.n& if tiey do, they prove but ojimbferfirdifle i : tV'ealth brings much w6e^ ' And, since it fortunes scr, ?Tis better tci Be po6'r Than so to abound, As to be dtofyn'd - 1 Or overwhelmed with Btor'e. 1 , „ faie bare* avaunc ^ . i ?- /I'll learn to be content , iYp^v.5:, »With that small stock, thy t56finty gata -fr lefiifc. Wha't rhay cotduce ^ To my rtiost healthful use, * Almighty God me grant'; ' -' But that or this, t That htatf (xl t ' J)eny Thy sup^Paift.

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Rainfall and Drought Records in the Camden District. [Continued from our last issue.] [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 5 December 1895

feailifall and Droiight Seodrd^ in ih8 Gaindezi District. fGontiniied from our last issiieiir; ExttactedjfromtHfe viiluaijl6 reebidsat Carfiien|Parfe. 1870 Jafa. Severe gdod thilnde!rstcirm3. 205 poiiits in 7 days: Feb; A dry month; Only &2 pdirits fell. Mdrbh. Very heavy rain on and and 3rd. High fresh on the liver: H eav.y on the 5th. I^ery heavy on tlie 9th. Flood. Liglit rain every day till the 17th when it fell very heavily; High : flood on tne loth. Kiver m fiood again on the 22nd from tery. heavy rain tip country. Another fio'dil on the 30th. This was a very \vet month. 1624 jj'oints fell in 26 ' .flays;. Ajpril. Aadthe? -v^et month; Hbayy Jain on i 4-1ia dl uf anrl , ftfrain ? 4lin 0Afl4 artA UUC UiD'.] , Ui*y. 26th. Yery high flobd on the 27thV 745 pdihtS iii 15 days. ^y. Another Wet month. Heavy rain on the 1st; itilood ? on the 12tli. Another fioOd on the 26th. ^36 . point3 10 daj'S; f^n'o. 152 points 8 days, uly. 11'9 points 8 days. ] A*ug. 156 points 6 days. Sep...

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Westbrook. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 5 December 1895

Westbrook. I ^ROM OUB OWN COEBESPONDEST '} Last Wednesday week an entertainment given by the Wesleyan' choir and 'Public School children in 'the Assembly-. ? ? 5Eall. Notwithstanding '^e threatening! state of the weather and counter attractions, . the 'attendance* was excellent, fhe'dolight of the audieaoe was testified by repeated' ?? applause. The Rev W*' Wall was in the chair; good order combined with good ? v lfuinour. The following' 'programme ? was-. pleasantly performed. v- ^n instrumental duet on the piano ' The Cameron's March' ' t wfts played the Mia^f 'J^o^dv A chorus, in- four voices Welcome beautiful Sprxng'V -r followed by a 'recvation by Mr. Davi^:., Mcponnell ' The Bachelor's sale,' a solo by Mies Emily Tpdd' ..'Sweet, Home,' .(a ' cliprus, (- Mar^ ^ud April,'.' ^ by, ^ I 1 * 1. 1 /?* ' v Master Percy Todd '' San down the second,' 'a chorus 4t Snow is falling,' ' a recitation by D. McConnell ' Woman's rights,' a chorus 'Sleighing soap,' which was encored, a recitatio...

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District News. Narellan. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 5 December 1895

District News. Narellan* [From our own Co:R respondent. J M e have had quite an interesting weels in Narellan. On the 2#th ult , the inaugural meeting of the newly formed Literary and Mutual Improvement Society - ? n '- was held. The meeting took the form of at » concert. The president Mr. D. Nott J.P^, occupying the chair. The meeting opened by a pianoforte duet by Miss Mitchell and Miss Beatrice Rudd. The president and Mr. Mitchell afterwards gave addresses ; among those who contributed to the * evening's enjoyment were-: Misses Gregory Messrs T. Moore (who received an eitcorft)v..v^.;»5--v^ for his songj Macquire sung The ol'di Rustic bridge by the mill,' Larkins sung _ i( Always take mothers' advice,' while recitations were given by Mr. A, Walked 'The road to Heaven,' T. H. Was^oa 'Bachelors sale.' apd F. Walker. The first business meeting will be heldi on the llth instant, and visitors are cordially invited to attend. y On Friday the usual monthly meeting of- . ^ w the Band of ...

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LOCAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 5 December 1895

LOCAL NOTES A nasty accident befel Mr. James Water worth senior of Campbelltown on Monday last in Camden, he was walking ? along side of the new premises now in course of erection, at the rear of the Crown Hotel, when by some means a rafier to be ' fixed on the roof of the premises slipped and . in its descent st ruck Mr. Waterworth on the . top of his head inflicting a very severe gash, near two inches in length. Had the end, instead oi tne side ox the ratter, struck Mr. Waterworth the accident would have cer tainly proved fatal. Dr. Morton was im mediately , summoned, and attended to the , - patient. Later in the day Mr. Waterworth , was enabled io return to his home at Bonnie ; View, Campbelltown. i ^ 7000 tons of wheat are now on their way \ , from San Francisco to Sydney. . % About uuid-day on Monday heavily charged ' electiic clouds passed over Camden, but, no ,-? jain fell in the town, although near The , * Oaks and at Narellan heavy rain fell for a '5r„ -s short time only, ?...

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Forthcoming Engagements. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 5 December 1895

Forthcoming Engagements ottos' Sales : — Of horses, cattle, pigs, produce, | /i-J . etc., every Tuesday, fiom 2 p.m., at Mr. i' *' R. H. Inglis' Sale Yards, Camden. ^feJ^CAMDEN- Mounted Rifles : — Review Order ; Dec. ' 7,5 day's tiaining 2.30 p m., Drill Order. :Abbotsford Masonic Lodge : — Meeting to morrow fymvqmr-ie- (Friday) evening ;fe#?;I^,' Governmenfc Land Sales: — at Picton December 30. »^mkiri'..Special Licensing Court: — at Camden, Wednesday, : \ ? December 18 T. Gamble: — Sale of household furniture at Patrick Street, Campbelltown, Friday Dec. 13th at 2 p.m. .- Wesleyan Church Camden : — Illustrated lecture by Rev J. E. Carruthera Tuesday, Dec. 10. at 8 p.m. . ? : : School Of Arts Cohmitteh Meeting 2nd ssi i' i v i : Tuesday in each month . Camden' -A-. H. and I. Society: — Committee meet i'- „ ing at the School of Aits, Tuesday December 17 fe^''-''-':vCobbitty Athletic Sports : — Tea meeting, Concert and Bazaar, New Year's Day ; \V estbrook Tea Meeting: — Sports and con...

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 5 December 1895

Cricket, Camden and Menangle clubs met on the Recreation ground, on Saturday laetr when the former suffered defeat. For the victors, Sanderson played a really. good game for 68, and J. Rickey knocked up his 45 in a lively manner, but gave several chances. M. Kenniff was the only other made double figures, 18. The total was 150 for 8 wickets. The Camden team scorcd 101 for 9 wickets, the highest scorers being Revs, j. F. Russell and C.J. King, 27 and 22. R. Harris and A, E. Devlin, 14 and' JO, Clissold was the most successful bowler for 'the. local team, and Hickey for Mopangle. Following are the scores : — ? *-' MbNANGTjE, P. Finn, 0 Busrden b Clissold 2| Kenniff, b Fnrindon 18 ; L(. Sanderson, c Hop son b Farin'don 68.; Starr, not out 2; Hickey, Btirtnped 45 ; MJ. Quirk, c Hopso^ b Clissold P. 'Quirk, bCli&sold 0 ; Lupton, b Clissold 1 3 Bergihy ' i Bugden -b Favindon 0 ; Pulling, not out 4. ' Sundries 5. QPotal 150, Camden. King, c Quirk b liiekey 22; Dr. Morton, c Berlin ...

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Camden Dairy Farmers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 5 December 1895

I Camden Dairy Farmers' Association I A meeting ; of the above was held at the ihool of Arts, Camden, on Tuesday last, ie attendance was a fairly representative le. Mr. D. Nott, J.P., chairman of the nion, presided. The chairman stated that the object of tiling together the members was to con der a communication received from the lawarra (South Coast) Union, pointing out the desirability that the Camden district dairy farmers should appoint two delegates from their members to join' the delegates appointed by the South Coast, Campbell town, Picton and Penrith Associations, for the purpose of waiting as a deputation, re !)l'8ftftnt,in£T the dfl.irv fn.rmAVQ nf rliana districts, upon the managers of the dairv companies in Sydney, and seek a better price for the milk to the suppliers than at the present time received by them. It was pointed out by the chairman that the dairy men themselves should have a voice in the question of the price of millr, and thought that the meeting should app...

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(To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 5 December 1895

(To the Editor.) , Sir/1— The fauna of Australia have always been a' puzzile to naturalists.' Witness the difficulties about the gestation of the Plat ypus and the Kangaroo'' and its conigenerSj ; the wWys of the .tfmphi^ious; fish Ceratodus, the oddities of, the Bower bird, an-I the jolly hbtes of the Laughiii'g j'abkass. These are all indigenous/' but seems that transplantation to this land effects Wonderful changes/ for your historiau of Cawdor speaks of a herd -of cattle descended from We sow see the folly of the Government' having; destroyed the; wild- cattle, for the world has' lost a distinct variety/ which/ probably, was' JiermapKroMiie^ aii'd might have served for the dairy, or for labbui; as required/ with the ^adfa'nt&go of Being 'sffieffhtdmeiJ. ± - — - 'Nemo.

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Correspondence. Camden, Brownlow Hill, and Werombi Mail. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 5 December 1895

Correspondence. Gsmden , Brownlow Hill,, and WeromBi Mail, . ? . /, y ' - (To the Editor.) : Sir,— As an effort ls'bemg made to Secure a more reasonable time table in connection. with our mail service/ and as there seems to ? be-a good deal. of mifconception on the sub ject, I would like to point 'oufc a few of the disadvantages we at present have to put up with^ and also' some oif the advantages we; shall enjoy if the proposed' new tinae' table is adopti d.. At present the mail starts from Werombi at 8:30 . a.m. leaves' Brownlnw Hill at 10.30 a.m./ and reaches Ca'rnden at 1.1.30 a m. Lettei'4 for' Sydney arid else where then lie in the Post Office, Camden/ till fi p.m^,- and can't be' delivered tiil th/e. following day. As the mail leaves Camden again at 12. 15' there is very little chance of getting a reply by return for even Camden letters. The following facts elearly show the stupidity of the present arrangement : — A correspondent wrote. me a business- letter from Sydney on Mon...

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Annual Concert in aid of St. Joseph's Convent. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 5 December 1895

-M^al Concert , ill-, aid of St.- Joseph's. , av Con?eiii '. flj '*T3TT ? Those of, our musicalifrien^s who attended the ? grand annual concert hel^at the School of- Arts on Friday last, . in gi^ of that 'excellent and well ordered institution, fet.i Joseph's Convent, Camden, 'certainly received a i^us'ical treat, and it is pleasing to note that the. audience/ was a good one, appre ciative, bi^t not over dempnstrative- The pro gramme was exceedingly well chosen, from high class, music to humorous songs, so that all -v^ho helped the institution by. their attendance should go away, pleased' with their evening's entertainment-, and it was. not the. fault of . the -promoters of the. concept ana tnose i^aies ana gentlemen wnose. auty it wa,s to carry out the parts, alloted thein if such was not the case. As before stated, the perform ance was a va.ried one, and- in the second part it ? ^yas slightly altered for some reason, Mi§s Kenniff p.layed the overtures. in:th,9 first and second par...

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Church of England [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 5 December 1895

. KELI&IOUS SERVICES. V ' J V - Church of Enel&kd ^f^^Gamden — at 11 a.m., Kev C. J.King (H.o) Camden— at 7 30 p.m, Hev 0. J. King Menangle— at 3.30 p.m, Rev 0. J. King estbrook — at 7.30 p.m, Rev J. F. Russell 1;'-^ I Theresa Park — at 3 3d p.m, Rev J. 3T. Russell ^^k«fei^v-'Werombi— at 11 a.m, Rev J F Russell. ^^^«sifc»--:C-kbbitty — at 11 a.m., Rev G. Allnutt %$--'$}' Cabrajnatta — at 3 p.m, Rev G. H. Allnutt' ; * Narellau — at 7 p.m., Rev G. H. Allnutt pfe V , Wesleyan. 1v\¥lVf' - £-atttden — at 11 a.m., Mr. H. Bevis Odin tie a — at 7 30 p.m, Rev W Wall ^yi^&ffi^Cftwdor — at 2.30 p.m, Mr H Bevis 3$ ^ 1 ^ Gleninore — at 11am, Rev W. Wall V Glenmore — at 7 p.m, Mr H Bevis s«fS:5ivWestbrook--at 2.30 p.m. Mr W W Smart i - Picton — at 3 p.m, Rev W .T Davis v1 Campbelltown— at 3 p m, Rev W Wall : Roman Catholic. M^VCatiiden-Mass 11 a.m, Evening devotion at 7.30. fV.W u'

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Concert at the Carrington Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 5 December 1895

0on5e^t at the Oarrihgton Hospital A number of the patients £tt the hospital entertained their fellow residents and the; staif with an entertaining and amusipg concert on7 Thursday week last. 1 lie singing was f|rst class and the full company joined in the choruses. My. A, Bros made an e^pellent cbairma?i and called pn Nizrse Pringle and .Mr. Drew for ' Jja Serenata' (Braga) fpr piano and violin, The number was excellently rendered and the performers Received a well earned salvo Mr. Young sang '» Jiearts oi oan wnicnwas.so weit i'rpceived that he, later on, gave ' The Midshipmite.' Mr- Kattigan, an elderly gentleman, rendered two Irish son^s with spirit and brogue. Mr. Hfttnpson favored the company with a son g and recitation, and Mr. Salter fairly brought down the house with ''Those Golden Kippers' and an pncoip. was demanded. Twq duets were, veiy sweetly giyen by Misses Janes and Somerville '' T^e old Kustic Bridge,' and : Remember or for get,' and they again were heard '$yith oth...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 5 December 1895

1' ?' ? 1 ' 1 't - ' ?' /.'V. . ' .? ?- - . ... ; I ? ? '? ?' jl J. Harris & Co., ) ? fffl fie Popiilar Tailors, ?; JJrlrArg'yleSt, Camden / ' ' V . ..... + ARE NOW SHOWING THEIR New Summer Goods, ^ i^osa-prising Fashionable Designs . in SUITINGS, TROUSERINGS, &c. Our own importation. All - - . ' ?' Garments Cut and Finished in the lastest uprto-date style, Jr'V IPJE^IOIES TO SUIT THE 'TIMES. Holloway 's Ointment & Pills ! , - 'IWE PILLS purify the Blood correct, all Disorders cf the Stomach, Liveb ? . j y:- ? Kidneys and Bowels. They invigorate ana restore to. health Debilitated ?. - - Constitutions, and are invaluable :in all complaints incidental to Females , ' of all ages. For children and the aged they are priceless. =, ' , - fL'HE- OINTMEJNT is an infallible remedy for Bad Legs, Bad Breasts, Old Wounds . t Sores and Ulcers. It is famous for Gout and Rheumatism. For disorders of ?tlie Chest it has no e-^ual. For Sore Throats, Bronchitis, Coughs, Colds, ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 5 December 1895

IT. H. BOSWORTH, [rEACHER OF PIANO, VIOLIN & SINGING, I .YisitB Camden weekl^i . ? . plgentatid Piano Tuner 'for W. H. Paling dndOo. Addreiff caro of Mrs New* Hazel Villtf, Btill Street, Camden. The (areata Specific. 8t. Jacobs Oil OonqtuocaPain, Tho Universal Household Ramody for Pain. A most Mai'vfllfoUa HoaltH Rastoror, ? . &? . Tho : Wortd'B Premie Curo for Aohoo i. and Bruia«8. - iTho achnowlodgod Inttfr'^t'onal Bern ody ?ffoif Rheumatrsm' and afl other ? ' Painful Atimantsi .. - Astonishing Cures rsportotif Evoi»y Oay- Thousands of Testimonials rocalvod , from Gra/taf.ul Australians. Jaoobs Oil promptly ourco InSernal ?' ? ? Paina. ^p'l^j'^Absolutely tho Best Ex-tarri&tf Ramody h,' , before tho Public. \ ? '( '.V.-'i-,'' . '.'J Its Reputation is World-wide. e-.-' ? ? ? _____ Groat Success wrought out of Puro -A1 I::'''- 1 ' Merit. ? M^iC'ifewarded Twelve Gold IVJocials at various ? International Exhibitions. ^ Beware of Worthless Imfitatto'nte Sold thro...

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