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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, 4 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 August 1879

Te8«{f K wtoSIa gcsice. ( From Our , Telegraphic Correspondent, j SYDNEY. ? * AVbdkbsday, 4 p.m. ? '- TTJie MncelieM Bank ICoIilici'H havo been committed for trial.

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 August 1879

'Y*rANTED, SadcioflC/RSES, strong, docile, TT ami yomg. li-jfilyat Ti;r,EOHAni OfRco. 'TST ANTED, a good'Tipnr-sido loading Worlc ii ing BULIiOOEf about five or six years old ; must bo warraAt/d SwOTTd ?and quiot. A trial will bo roquirou. ( Aljply, stating price, to Mr. ALFRED ELYAKD, Borrollqn. '\¥7' ANTED to LEASE, with tho option of TT Purchneo, within or throo four miles of Bomadorry, a FARM, utkto 100 Acres. Must bo pretty good land. Altply in JOHN STEAAoM',' Auctioneer, I Bioughtou Crook. ! ALL Nos, -WIRE NAILS, 3d pox lb. ? . / 2 J. GREEN, t Post Office Storo, Nowra. « T l/c E . ^ A WARDEN'S CQUll'JJw*. bo hold at ' tlio Court-houso, jNbwil-, ifi THURSDAY, ?1th Soptombor, at lAa.m.i By ordor of tho AVafdon. AV. LCtfEGROVE; I AVardon's Olorlc. liissolnta of JL'nrtiicrtalijp. NOTICE is horoby givon that tho partner ship liorotoforo oxistftig botwoon ns as Gonoral Blacksmith^Wfl Horsoshoors, lias THIS DAY boon DIMMjHJI) by MUTUAL CONSENT, and that fe^OCOUNTS duo to tlio linn ar...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Central Shoalhaven Municipal Council. TERRARA, TUESDAY, AUGUST 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 August 1879

Central ;gh»ttlliaven Municipal Council. Terrara, Tuesday, August 26. 'PnESEST.— Tho Miw'or, and Aldormon Mona- i ghaii, Hyam, and M'Loan. Tlio minutes of provious mooting woro road and confirmed after tho transposalof a clauso. ' CORRESPONDENCE. Outwards— 1. To D. 'Berry, Esq., roquosting to bo -informed whethor ho . would bo against allowing tho Council to oroct a bridgo of two spans of 25 foot ovor tho Crookliavon at May liold: Inwaids — 1. Prom II.' G. Morton, Esq., sub mitting, that iu view of Mr. liorry's. intention to mako tho Crookliavon Eivor nnvigablo as far as Nowra and Crookliavou bridgos shortly, ho could not grant ^o Council's roquost. 2. Eroin the Department^ Works, intimating that in view of tlio report of tho Commissioner for Boads, tho Govornmont could not grant a sum of mohoy to ropair causeway at Worragco Hill. 3. Prom Dr. Brereton, applying for tho construction 'of a culvort in front of his rosidonco. 4. From Aldor raan Elyard, applying for two mouths loavo of n...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shoalhaven Court of Requests. Same Day.—Same Bench. ROWEN V. CAMPBELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 August 1879

Slioatliavcu Court of Requests. Samo Day. — SameBonch.' EOWEN Y. CAMPBELL. Detention of cattlo sold. Case postponed for a fortnight, thoro boing only ono Justice prosent. ? In this next caso tho Clorlc of tho Court inti mated that if tho partios to tho caso were willing, his Worship could sit as a Court, and adjudicate on casos whoro tho sums suod for oxceod £5, and does not oxccod £10, and quoted tho Statutes in support thereof. Both partios agrooing, tho caso was proceeded with. HENRY HODOItraSON V. R. M'PAUL. Breach of contract, £10. , Mr. Bichards for plaintiff. In this caso, plaintiff, as landlord of the farm occupiod by defondant, sot forth in the plaint that defondant had failed to put up and com plete 'a now fonco, which by indentures ho h.'.d agreed to do ; and ho claimed £10 for dam ages sustained through trespass of cattlo, conse quent upon tho non-fulfillmont of said agree ment. Dofonco : Not indebted, — not having agreed to put up a now foneo (in tho placo through which...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mr. Bliffins' First Baby. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 August 1879

Mr. Slitting' Fiu-st Baby. ' I ?The- first baby was a 'great institution. As soon as ho camo into this ' breathing world. as tho lato 'W. Shakespoaro has it; ho took command in our houso. Everything was subsorviont ? to him. . Ho regulated the temporaturo, ho rogulated tho servants, ho regulated mo. For tlio first six months of I that precious baby's oxistonco ho had mo up, on an avorago, six times a niglit. 'Mr. Bliffins, ' said . my wife, ' bring a light, do ; tho baby looks, strangely ; l am afraid it w ill liavo a fit ! ' Of course tlio lamp was brought, and 'of courso tho baby lay sucking his list;, lilco tho littlo dear that 'lio was. ?? ???? » Bliffins,' says my, wife, ' I think I fool a draught of air; I wish you^ould got up and soo 'if the: window is hot opeji'' a littlo becauso baby might caioli^old.' ^ Nothing was the matter w'itbNtho-wi^idow, as I very woll know. . i: 'Mr. Bliffins,' said. my wifcy just as, I was going to sloop again, ' that lamp as you have placed: it, ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Toleration and the Liberty of the Press. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 August 1879

Toleration ami tlie fcllierty or the I'reMH. Oun contemporary, tho 1'nss Courier, was not boliiud iix expressing its disapproval of tho polic j of tho joint Pastorals of tlio Bomon Catholic Bishops, and declaring- it-self iu favour of a national systom of education more advanced than that now m operation in Now South Walos. Por t this, his undoublod right as a journalist, thopro | priotor rocoivcd tho following communica tion, wnicu grvos its own author;— ' To tho Proprietor of tho l''«ss Courier . Sir, — Por sovoral years past I havo boon a subscriber to and a supporter of your paper. I rogrot, indeed, to bo obliged just now to inform you that you aio not any longor to consider mo in tho samo light. You will, tlioreforo, pleaso, at | your couvouicnco, to encloso mo the bill for whatovor tho church at Yass may bo indobted at your oltleo during my administration. Thank ing you sincoroly for all tho favours, hotli per sonal and othorwiso, which I am willing to admit as having recoivod...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Death or an Illustrious Stud Matron. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 August 1879

Death of an Illustrious Stud Matron. A very colobratod stud matron — ono (says tho ' Australasian ') that in i'uturo days will bo regarded as a landmark in tlio Australian Stud Book — viz. Eoso do Florence — has lately joined tho majority. Mr. Honry Phillips, of 'Warrnambool, roports that sho dicd_ from old ago on tho 5tli inst. For a long timo jiast sho had boon foeblo and ail ing, and whon Mr. Phillips purchased hor last autumn from Mr. Williams, with a brown colt by Anglor at hor side, sho was in indiffcront health, suffering frequently from colic. Sho was bred by Lord Strad broke in 1855, and imported to South Aus tralia by Mr. Hurtlo Fishor in 1861. She was 'by tho Flying Dutchmaii out of Board ing-school Miss, by ^ Plenipotentiary out of Marpossa by Muley. That remarkable maro Pocahontas, dam of Stockwoll. Kata plan, and King Tom, was also a daughter of Marpossa, by Glencoe. On tho turf and at tho stud thoro is no moro belqbratod family of English thoroughbred horses, than thi...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Action for Libel. STRANGE DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 August 1879

Action for ffJbel. STllANGE DECISION. The vordict fen- £250 damagos against tho' pro prietors of tho Evening Nam is oxcoodingly unpopular in Sydney. Tho allegod libel was against a tolograph operator at Narrabri. Plain tiff declared that dofondants falsely and mali ciously published in tho Evcmmj j Yimn of tho 8th April last, a telegram from Narrabri ns fol lows : — ' Mr. Parsons lias arrived to tako charge of tho telegraph office, Narrabri,. rice Thomas Channon, who is to bo romovod, and ovor whom an inquiry is boing hold.' Tho iiiuondo was that an inquiry was boing hold with roferonco to tho conduct of plaintiff whilo in cliargo of tho tolograph office at Narrabri, and! that ho was romovod for misconduct. Plaintilf also doclared that dofondants falsoly and maliciously pub lished of him in tho 1'mmi ami Country Journal of 2Gth of April, tho words following: 'An investigation into a charge against Thomas Channon, lato post and tolograph mastor horo, was hold yesterday by Mr. Telegra...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 August 1879

'Witateveu may havo boon tho bovorage of ( tho gods — anil it is bolioved that thoy iudulgod [ in noolaroan draughts, somo of tho bost offorts of I f lio pools aro suid to liavo boon offuBod undor tho / inspiration of no loss potation than gin. It was { Byron's favourato indulgonco, and spod tho fancy J ol many otliors of eolobrity. Thus it has both a f liootio and practical uso, and to tho latter has it } boon most oflicaciously put by tho groator origi- / nator of Udolpho 'NVolfo'a ticdiodiun Aromatic / Schnapps. — Adv. J Hollo way' 3 Pills. — BiliouB complaints and I irrogidaritios of tho system producod by dopravodj or ovor-abuudant bilo, can always bo corrootocf by a fow dosos of thoso inostimablo Pills whiolji aro ovorywlioro admired for thoir raro combina/ tion of inildnoss and powor, for though thoy conA quor with oaso and rapidity tho most obstinat/o disoaso thoy novor woakon tho stomach t ir nocossitato any interruption of ordinary dutii is or amusomont. On tlio contrary t...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Things worth Knowing. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 August 1879

Things worth Billowing'. Tjiat fish can bo scalod much oasior by dip ping into boiling wator about a minuto ; that fish may as woll bo scalod, if dosired, boforo packing down in salt, though .in that caso, do not scald thom ; salt fisli-aro quickest and bost froshoricd by soaking iuljsour milk ; that milk which is turned or changed may bo swoetoned and rendered fit for uso again by stirring in a littlo soda; that siiltwill curcllo now milk ; lionco in proparing milk-porridgo, gravies, &c., the salt should not bo added until tho dish is propared ; that fresh meat, after beginning to sour, will swooton if placed out of doors in tlio cool air ovor night ; that clear boiling water will romovo toa stains and many fruit stains. Pour tho wator through the stain, and thus prevent it from spreading ovor tho fabric ; that ripe tomatoos will romovo ink imfather stains from whito cloth, and also- fro^Jho hands ; that a teaspoonful of turpontino boiled with your wliito clothes will aid t...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Texas as it Is. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 September 1879

Texas as it Is. Bishop Gilbort Havon, who has just returned from a pastoral visit to Toxas, boars testi mony to tho lawlossnoss prevailing iu that Stato. Tho Bishop writos : — ' A husband, sitting at his firo in tho ovoning says : ' Wifo, reckon I'll go to prayor mooting. Bring mo my rovolvor.' ' Dr. Havon thus sums up tho tragedios which camo undor his notice iu a briof visit. ' An, old man and luo » JLLU t v it uutiriuu Jiui^iiuuiu a iiuueu, that night tho houso is attacked, both mon aud ono of tho women aro murdorod, aud tho samo wook a man and his son-in-law aro murdorod on suspicion of having committed tho erimo. A woman is reconciled to hor husband, who had loft hor ; as I10 kissed hor at tho door hor fathor and brotlior kill liim. Two mon quarrel about tho forago for an omigrant waggon, knivos and pistols appear, aud ono soon lios prono upon tho oarth. A town-marshal is lounging at tho door of a saloon, and an onemy put a bullot through liis hoart. A man was fined for carryin...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"The Man Beneath the Bed." [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 September 1879

'' TTHie Mail ]B«aieat5& tEie Everybody has read of tho bravo woman who, whon alone in her room ono even ing, caught a . glimpse of the brawny hand of a desperado who was concealed under a table, and who,' with in'agnificont coin-ago, wont calmly on sewing,, until, the servant girl entering' the room, sho' sent tlie latter witlflfnofco to her. absent husband, nnrl flirvn ?fnintnrT rr* liia n vm c fl'li on li o An m n . after an hour of susponso, to tho .rescue. Everybody, wo say, who takes a paper, has read this remarkable anecdote a fow ' thou sand times, and has it by heart, oven to the compliment paid by the villain on the scaf fold to the bravery of the lady, Mrs. Garry, out in the Western Addition, had ju-st laid down a papor containing the same old anecdote tho other night, whon, as sho stooped to pick up her thimble from the | iloor, sho beheld tho huge hand of a burglar 1 underneath tho bed. As she sat trembling 1 in hor chair she recollected that the- coolc | had go...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Leap at Niagara Falls. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 September 1879

A Sicap at Miagara 'Falls. A leai- tho liko of which lias novor boforo boon rocorcled was mado at Niagara Palls on tlie 31st of May, wlion a man, by iiamo Harmon Poor, leaped from tho Susponsiou Bridgo into tho river beneath, a (listanco of 192 feet. A scall'old four foot long had beon erected near tho contro oE tho bridgo and projecting ovor it. Tlioro wore about 1000 spectators of tlio foat alone botli sides of tlio bank aud on tho bridgo. Poor mounted tho platform at 2.40 p.m., barolieaded and drossed in tiglits. A wido rubber lifopro sorver was fastoned round him, reaching from tho hips to bonoath his arms, funnel shaped, so as not to hinder his action in tlio water. A spongo was tied ovor his mouth and nose, and two smaller ones stuffed in both ears ; a leather shoulder susponder, with two small brass rings attached just ovor the shoulders, completed his costume. To theso rings was fastened a fine brass wire to assist liim in keeping his eqilibrium, and a wide elastic band was ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Another Opinion its to the Cause of Red Rust. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 September 1879

Another Opinion as to tlie Cause or Red Rust. A paper written by M. Bourbaud, tho woll lrnown agriculturist of South Australia, was recently read boforo tho Eoyal Agricultural Society of that colony, in which ho attributes tho cause of tho appoaranco of rod, rust in wheat to tho impermeability of arablo . soil to air, and scouts tho idea that is duo to atmosjihorio changes. Ho is of opinion that in the land D-nrmrrvll V nnrlor wTimf ie +nn prvrrvnnnf-. fhnf. fhn carbonio acid of tho air is not allowed to ontor the soil and supply tho nocossary carbon to tho plants. He blames tho roller, and thinks that in many instancos tho appoaranco of rust is due to its uso. Instead of pressing down tho soil ho would lighten it by tho addition- of sea- sand, whoro such can bo easily obtained, or of por phyritic sands in cases whoro the farms aro far from tho sea. Ho asks tho farmers to try a fow sirnplo experiments so that thoy may havo ocular proofs that his suggestions aro valuable. His dirocti...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Salt on Spiring Wheat. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 September 1879

Salt on Spring Wheat. Having noticed an inquiry in your papor (says a correspondent of tho Praraie Farmer) in regard to sowing salt on spring wheat, I will give.you tho result of an oxporimont on a small scalo mado by mo last spring. I thon sowed salt on a strip of land six rods wido and fifty rods long, it being part of quito a largo fiold upon which thoro had beon raised a good crop of corn the year previous. Tho ground was ploughod in tho spring, turning undor the corn stalks, har rowed once, ono and a half bushels of wheat sown to the acre, thon harrowed twice. About four weeks aftor tho whoat had beon sown, and was woll up, I sowed throo busliols of whoat broadcast upon this pioco of ground of less than two acres. I saw 110 dift'oronco in tho growth or looks of tho whoat that was salted and that which was not, until aftor tho middlo of Juno, when all tho wheat in this vicinity was struck with tho leaf rust, which turned it yellow, and checked tho growth. But it had no effect on...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS. Mechanical Refrigeration. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 September 1879

MISCEIiSiASTEOUS. mechanical Refrigeration. A FEW weeks ago, we published somo par ticulars of a trial of tho Bell-Coleman refrigerat ing machinery on board tho steamer Circassia, during her voyage from Glasgow to New York and back, which resulted in a consignment of moat consisting of 121G quarters of beef and 250 carcases of mutton being landed in prima condition in tho formor port. A uniform temperature of 38' was maintained through tho voyage, and Mr. Coleman, who was on board in chargo, expressed himsolf quite satisfied with tho working of tho maohinQiy, and noticed that but few improvements, cojJjJ bo offocted. Tho London Times entertains tho hope that tho success of tho Circassia sliipmont will direct attention to Australia as a country from which meat may bo moro choaply obtained than from any other part of the Globe. Tho Times says : — ' In tho experience of tho Circassia wo havo certainly tho first instanco of tho practical pro duction of the low temperature in sea-going v...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Victoria in 1880. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 September 1879

'Victoria in X98©.. We havo to acknowledge tho rccoipt of a pamphlot from the publisher, Georgo Robortson, of Mol bourno, comprising specimons, literary and pictorial, by the- gifted, writer and tho artist ongaged in compiling tho volumo, which is to bo designated ' 'Victoria in 1S80,' — which specimens aro intonded to givo tho public somo idea of what' tho work will bo; Doubtless no literary work ovor camo out in tho colonies under a moro dis tinguished or a moro gonoral patronage than victoria m ioou. uiu lisl oi suoscmuors ana patrons compriso tho names of ovory porson and institution of distinction — political, litorary, social, and moral — in tho five Australian colo nies, — togethor with Tasmania, New Zealand, and Fiji — from tho vice-regal representatives and tho universities, to tho privato citizens and Mechanics' School of Arts ; and tho dedication is to tlio yion. W. J. Clarko, M.L.O., of Victoria, distinguished no loss for tho vastness of his pos sessions than for his spi...

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POETRY. Barbara. A POEM OF ALMOST-FORGOTTEN ALEXANDER SMITH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 September 1879

POET » Y. Barbara. A POEM or ALMOST-POHQOTTEN ALEXANDER SMITH. Osr tho Sabbath day, Through tho church-yard old and gray, Ovor the crisp and yollow loavos, I held my ruBtlingway; And amid tho words of morcy, falling on my soul liko balms, 'Mid tho gorgeous storms of music in tho mollow organ-calms, 'Mid tho upward streaming prayers, and tho rich and solomn psalins, I stood caroloss, Barbara. My hoart was othorwhoro Whilo tho organ shook tho air, And tho priest, with outspread hands, blessed tho pooplo with a prayor ; . But, whon rising to go homoward, with a mild and saint-liko snino Gloamod a faco of airy boauty with its hoavonly oyes on mine — Gloamod and vanished in a momont — Oh, that faco was suroly thino Out of heaven, Barbara. Oh, pallid, pallid faco ! Oh, earnost oyes of graco. 'Whon last I saw thee, dearost, it wasih anotlior placo; _ You camo running forth to moot mo with my ? lovo gift on your wrist ! Tho flutter of a long white dross, whon all was lost in mist — A purple...

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Shoalhaven Police Court. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. (BEFORE their Worships, Messrs. Z. G. Bico, John Monagham, H. G. Morton, and B. Brown.) [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 September 1879

SSioalSiavcai SPolice Court. Tuesday, September. 2. ? ' - (Befoiie thoiv Worships, Messrs. Z. G. Bice, John Monaghan, H. G. Morton, and B. , Brown.) ... Hormaii Plosch 2)lended guilty to having' mado .uso of obscono laiiguago at Towara, oil tho night of tho 23rd ultimo, and it being: his ..second appearanco boforo tlio Bench within tho past 18 months, ho was fined 20s, and costs of Court, in dofault, 7 days in tho lock-up. Eino paid. ISitEAOH 01' THE PEACE.' The samo olfondor plonded not ; gnilty to a chargo of having without any provocation what ever, assaulted and boaton ono James Eroeman, ? at Torrara,' on' the night of the 23rd ultimo. After hearing tho ovidonco for ? tlio prosocu tion, thoir Worships dismissed tho case, observ ing that as constablo Morris had not exercised his jiower to appreliond Plosch uiioii sooing him commit the assault, ho could not proceed against tho oifondor afterwards oxcopt upon the infor-. mat-ion of tho porson assaulted.:, ) Mr. Brown adininistored ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 4 September 1879

The Man who Vonds or Imports. — As many do, an imitation or counterfeit of a popular modicinnl cordial drunk by thousands, knowing what lio vonds or imports to bo a porniuious articlo, dosorvos summary punislimont. Bowaro of so-callod tonics and diurotics rooommondod as ? bottor than or tho samo as Udolpho Wolfo's Schiodam Aromatic Schnapps, and purcliaso nono but tho gonuino preparation. — Adv. IIoiloway's Ointment and Film. — Tlio finost roinodios in tho world for bad logs, old wounds, sores, and ulcers. If usod according to diroctions givon with thom, thoro is 110 wound, bad log or ulcerous soro, howovor obstinato or long standing, but will yield to thoir lioaling ' , and curativo proportios. 'Numbers of porsons who liavo boon pationts in soveral of tho largo hospitals under tho caro of ominont surgoons, . without deriving tho slightest bonollt, havo boon thoroughly cured by ilolloway's Ointmont ? and Pills. Por glandular swolling, tumours, scurvoy, and disoasos of tho slcin, tho...

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