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MR. PRING'S POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 12 February 1878

MS. PSÍNCS POLICY. ! FHOM our metropol tan contemporaries we ex- tract the chief pori on of Mr. Priug's speech, delivered on Wee lesday last to a crowded meeting of the elec ors of Briebanc, assembled in the School of Ai e. Mr. PliINU wai greeted with prolonged cheering, and af tel explaining his reasons for coming forward, said that a Government, through the line they adopt, may become perfectly non-b'bet d and tyrannical, and yet be caUed a liber 1 Government, and their supporters regard d as adherent« of a liberal policy. He admit ted thc time had come, and especially in this lolony, when thc rights of the people should >e asserted. But who were the people ? It w s not hy one section of the _ community settinj itself np as the people that the people wouli gain their rights. Such legislation, follow d up by administration, as would cause each ;Iass of the community to foal saÉpnder tl s rule of thc Government, witho^Pwteriug lalouey or raising animosity between class and lass, ...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 12 February 1878

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Um'OiîTs for 48 horns ending 0 a.m. yesterday stated the rainfall to ho-At Kockhamntou, 0'2r> inch ; Gladstone, 2'20 ; St. Lawrence, 1-28; NCIHJ, 1-GS; Mackay, 1 -14 ; Clermont, 0-42; Blackall, 0*50; Banana, 0.7.1- West- wood, 2'70 ¡ Bowen, O'O!) ¡ Ravenswood, 0-20 ; Waterview, 0'20 ; Cashmere, 0"10; Junction Creek, 0'39 ; Georgetown, 0'4."i. At other stations anjicaiances indicated rain. Com- munication with Kennel Bay, the Gilbert Uiver, Creen Creek, and Normanton, was intorrujitcd.

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CALENDAR—JANUARY—FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 12 February 1878

CALKSDAIt-JiNlUHV-J'iciniu.titi. j f¡ Tl»'«. DAY E. MuiioiiASD.i Moox'sAoi; Highwater ^ at U. Hat' Mon .. ll !. 5-40 filO Tuon.. 12. 0-31 Jil Weil .. ia. T-27 V-Ü2 Thurn 14. .. .. t)-2i> 8-4Ö ri_ 1.1. «VIS IMil Silt .. 10 j. HVJS ji.in. livia lois Sun ..j 17 ;Se|>lun»<wiiil.'lSIIII|KII!I M. mil jil« ll« * The tilles renell their full at tho Pilot Station K«'|i]ti>] Itnv, 2li. 40111. curlier; ami at Hitckliiiiuptuu' 30IH. later than thu hours shown in thu iiliovu tallie.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 12 February 1878

shipping Announcements. THE AUSTRALASIAN /STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S STEAM- SHIPS. To SYDNEY DIE CT,-Boomerang, on or about Wednesday TOMELBOÜ: NE.-Boomerang will take, passengers an cargo to be transhipped 'WST7' To BRISBANE DI ECT. - Leichhardt, on or about Wedneadi '. To BRISBANE, v i GLADSTONE and MARYBOROUGH - Lady Bowen, This Morning, Tuesday,; it 4. To MACKAY. - Til »nee, early. To BROADSOITND.-lïïnonee, early. To COOKTOWN k MpRTHERN PORTS. Passengers and cargVsriU be forwarded by ?teamer Bunyip on, Jmnday next, to meet mail steamer in KMfel Bay. WOOmfc WOOD, Agents, Rockhampton, Febrlary 12, 1878. FOB SYDNEY VIA. BRISBANE. X. Jt » mi ii" MELBOURNE 8§|bX STEAMSHIP COM ?SHftCPAN PS splendid NEW WÍKBCr STEJ MER THE CnARENCE, WiU leave ROCKHAMPTON WHARF for SYDNEY, rfLBEKBANE, on FRIDAY MORNING, «ff 9 o'clock. Freight and passengers booked (or Mci- j bourne and Newcastle.] JOHN H^ADRICK & CO., Agents. FOE LONIXfr DIRECT. THE AA1 CLTfPER BARQUE SOOTTIsl HERO, 667 Toss REG...

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The Morning Bulletin, ROCKHAMPTON. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 12 February 1878

ROCKHAMPTON. I TUESDAY, FEBRUAltV 12, 1878. IN Saturday's issue «the hope was ex- pressed lliat Mr. Pring would be returned. The opportunity has s nee been afforded 1 us of perusing the spec :hes of both candi- dates, and our opinioi that Mr. Pring is the more fit man to n present thc metro- politan city is décidée ly confirmed. Mucli of the spaí e allotted to Mr. Rutledge's speech isoi cupied in defending his retirement from th i Christian ministry and Iiis venture into t ie arena of politics. With this thc general ] ublic of the colony have nothing whateve : to do. All it is necessary for us to in mire is whether the candidate, byability, e :pericnce, and grasp of mind, will be a w< nh y representative of the leading cons titi ency in the colony. After carefully read ig Mr. Rutledge's address, we say ad\ sedly that he has made a mistake in w ioing the electors of Brisbane. He has but two recom- mendations, and th :y are not to be despised. He is a m: n of unimpeachable ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 12 February 1878

T ll ll K 1 M ll ll A T H. THE above BATH will he RE OIMÏJflCO t<i tim public TO-MUllllOW (WXD NlitiDAY) MOKNINd. "For tliiK relief, HI1 SANDY BUGI Lotion in ii certa(| kcupen*. J,i)iuiTiI allowa: FKVKK ANO AGUE fails. Sold hy all Mtnrcki STOMACH ANH UV Tuni^AjitihilinuslMllrt. .eli tl ..Lillis."-HAM M :r. CRIPPS'S Eye cure. SoM by ¡ill «tnre -í'iipps* Fever Cur« íu-ver j Kira, liihfiiil allowance. It roMl'l.AlNrs.-Ciipjw' iiiH by nil pîturiîkoi'pL'rs, AD KS I Rfc H LE FAMILY HHAl.TH-COHDIAl.. Tlieprnnmtilinlo with v Ilil li flatulence, lioart burn, anti ntliur m;mife«t:itions nf dytmupsia viuM tn thu corrective opurntiun of ADOLPHO XVOM'KS SCHIKDAM AROMATIC SI-HN API'S, its strengthen i ne ntnl NoritliiiippritpurtiiH, Ult? comforting clow which it (lifiuHcs thrmigU the Mistoin, it« icmenial value in case* of gravel, emit, :nn" rlii'iiiiijiUsiu. it« purity timi ngiv-caltle H;ivoiir i-ouuVi IHK H.PHO WOLFIS S St :H 1 KOA M A HOM AT1C SCHNAPPS a most dcnlrnble cordial fur f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 12 February 1878

M. STOREKEEP: BOOLBURRA AND V R K ERAL H & BUTCHER, AtxAitoo, 0. N. RAIL PURE & GKNUffE GARDEN SEIiD. OF tho 20 Prizes P. A. nnd Hi Vegetables, 15 were GROWN FROMiOUR OWN SEED. pwarded by the Fitzroy Society for the Finest ir those W. II, R E E D S M A N Ori'oHiTK STE] EAST! [WRIGHT, FRUITER E R, AKT AND lA'CAS', STREET. VALUABLE DISCOVERY FOR TUE HAIR.-If your huir is turning grey or while, or falling off, use " The Mexican Hoir Reuewer," for it wilt positively restore in <rery case Oreti or White hair to its original colour, without leaving thc disagreeable smell of most "Restorers." It makes tho hair charmingly beautiful, as well as promoting the growth of the hair on bald spots, whero the glands arc not decayed. Ask your Chemist for " THE MEXICAN HAIR HUN EWER," prepared by HEX uv C. GALLUP, 4'.I3 Oxford Street, London, and sold by Chemists and Perfumers every- where at 3s. fid. per bottle. IMPOUNDED at Rolleston, from Albion Downs, by order of T. F. J...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 12 February 1878

fA special charge ls mudo for conaiguces' announce' monU hi tills column.] Foliruary lo.-Lany Bowen, e., from Ilrlshano vi* porta: 814 packagea groceries. 12 packages «ram, 481 packages wino«, spirits, Ileura, ami cordials, 128 packages lionl niul ¡ron wire. 6.baten tobacco, (il packages pailita nm! off«, (17 «'(lenta 40 half-cliesU tea, 7 packages droperv, 42 lings rico, lo coses kerosene oil, 10 sacks oats, 7 casks resin, 16 bundles bark, 07 bags potatoes, 3 colls rope, 10 trunk» Iwate, 2 paritaires merchandise, 18 axle boxes, i bacs oysters, 12 Inf» salt, IS bundles Inlckots, « coses icc, 69 cases 22 lialf^ases fruit, 60 packages siiuilrius. Kit Lady Bowen, 8.: 1 case, 17 onie» pickle*, 1 case Wu«, í kefs «oda, 1 caa« croata, 1 ciao lnainialndo, 1 case sundries, 1 tnias paper, 1 bag ginger, oo baca potatoes, Cherry and immy. Ex Lady Bowen, ».: 1 «iso blue, 1 bafr miro, 4 lioso» starcn, 4 casen cornflour, 1 case sundries, ti hags rim 1 quarter cask vinegar, 1 quarter-cask syrup, ,...

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A RAILROAD NOVELTY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 13 February 1878

A }¡AILItOAD\KO VELTY. A NEW PROJECT BOCCE 9FCLLY DEVELOPED. THERE is "sometMng i mr nain the sun " in { railroads ; at least, I lit e seen no description . in any New York papa of what has just »cen experimentally complc id in Massachusetts. A perfectly-working, ¡ ile-yes, much safer than t)ie,ordinary-roa i has been produced, »nd which Wal revoló ionise traffic in both passengers and freight The cost and the price of both will con i down one-half, and yet the companies coi i money, where now they cannot pay expeni ». The young gentleoif 1 who conceived thia new - pían is a prod cal wood and iron machinist, and also ai engineer. To show how narrow a track mi f. be, and be practical and safe, with his own [rands he constructed a railroad, having bu' ten inches width of track, from the elevatci Tillage of Hyde Park down to the dopot. t e also, with his own lian ds, constructed tlx cars to mn on thc f track. In these he cai lcd in six weeks over three thousand passel ;ers from thc vil...

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THE FATAL RAILWAY ACCIDENT IN NEW SOUTH WALES. (From the S. M. Herald,February 1.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 13 February 1878

THE FATAL RAILW iY ACCIDENT IN NEW mum WALES. {From Ihr S. M.-If Mid, &Wmrij I.) Tim particulars of t»e railway accident, which occurred on Wcdlicuday-night at Emu Plains, proves it to 1» ole of the most seriouB of the kind that lias wer happened in the colony. It was caused hw a collision between two heavily loaded goodi trains, ons of which was thc ordinary goods train, timed to leave J'cnn th at I I o'clock nt Vight, and » sfieciol gooils train proceeding in the direction of that station, from thc Orushels. It is fortunato that thc accident was -confined to goode trains, for had it occurred to oliy «sod for passengers, thc results in all probabilrly would have Leen far more serious. Unfortunately, as it is, three men have lost their 1 ves, and two more have been very, seriously injured. Those killed ave John Rgan,' 'dm John Wiggins, fireman, and H. Beady, M fesistant guard, all of whom were'engaged at 'tho tithe on the leading engine of Mietwo j iatvy.ere attached , -one ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 13 February 1878

"Fur «lin relier, II SANDY BLIG9T. liOttnn is n cert, keeper*. Liberal aïlmv, VKVm AND A(Uil| fall*. Hold hy «ll BUIK HTOMACH AM) I.I Tonic AjiUbllloDH rills. .-Críppn' Vcwr Cnre. iiovcr «port*. MI terni nllmv.inre. Kit COMIM.AINTS.-Cripps* SrtM hy nil HUiri'kcepiTr!. WHEN OUR STOMACHS TfMIMttKT «TH vciiavc iirtimlly «iirwlvpj« to thunk for ft litillscrutlon tn cati ni: mid «!i inking Arc the tiena) CRIIRCK of IndJcerttfrm. J tnt Mlietlipr thc 1 ¿Aoifjkuit. huff Jlieni tim* dlsnrdorwl, ni Is intently Wenk. UDOM'ffO WOI.FK't* KITHIK1UM Alto IMATICHCUNAPJ^JtlHthohL^niidpluiimiiMt^u atarntid iitvicurriiit. Tlilspnpiiliir ¡mil profesional! y recoinmeuded healtli-hcveñi^u alca remwHc« trouer..! » dehllttyi nrihnry dinord«1, rheninntlpin, pout anti ÍDcIpient dropsy. RAPID PRCjGRESS-PRKMir.R POSITION. «rf trrariulnrllv-IntrlnioV merit Jloduceil Price nf tim HOMK (XIMI'AMOX. lt ti oulf »fen woutliKBln : the Ant nhipiiient arriwl ; lilt the Machine lu KO rally pnoil, tlmt there ure already i...

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LICENSING COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 13 February 1878

ue!cxslx<; <uri:T. Thc usual licensing cnn rt vas held yesterday morning, tile l*i»lice , r«*igi»lrate presiding ! Thu application nf lohn ilu\vc fur a general i publican's license wa adjourned for a week to j permit of thc nercss; \y improvements to the house ami the UM il police re]»ort. The j transfer <if the liceiist of the Queensland Hotel i from the représentai vc of Kdward Page to ? doini Mniray, w:isgr ntcd, ¡vs were the follow- j I lng transfer*-ïï, rJ . :iirl«iig, Prince "f Wales t ' Hotel, to .lanie» M uley and A. Kroiling, j Devonshire Arms V itel, to Vasco ^ Wallace, j Country publicans' I censes were gnni ted to i ! Michael OKourkc, C .minuma! Hotel, Comet I Uiver; and .lohn Nicholson, Dingo Hotel, I Dingo. Tlic application of .lohn Mitchell, of theiiailway Hotel, Ping», was adjourned for a fortnight for the puhw tu report a*, te thc apjilicant's place of abode. Permission waB j given to Michael O'liourke, Ooinmercial Hotel' j and Vi. C...

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ROCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. Tuesday, February 12. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 13 February 1878

jiociiiiAMi'Tox POLICE couirr. Bicrom: thc Police M Lgîstmte. IbsnnjîVïNO A Si M HONS.-Thomas Mac- namara, charol wit; disobeying a summons from thc Springsure îench, was remanded int- one week for tlic prod lotion of evidence. Hail allowed, defendant i i ¡CIO and one surety of I"IO.-Archibald ( 'rai ;, arrested for disobeying a summons, wan disc] arged from custody. NON-PAYMKST or WALKS.-Olaf Tagcl r. Archibald (.'mig. Mr. Milford appeared for (.jlne plain ti ll". Tile d/'fendant admitted owing thc amount sued fori ami expressed his willing- ness to pay the plaintiff the sum due, but, as yet, he had no npptrtunity nf doing so having iiceii confined in gaal for a week. Thc défen- dant1» wife stated! tliat she bad paid thc Ifauinnnt to Mr. T nunns, from whom she received a receipt ; ;he had not seen the mini paid herself. The lefcndant was ordered tn jiay £2 bs. Sd., thc amount claimed, and t'l 4M. lîd. costs. <í. A Taylor r. same, and -John (,'uilis r. «¡une. Til iso case...

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CABLEGRAMS. [SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT MESSAGES.] LONDON, February 7. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 13 February 1878

CABLEGRAMS. isriicíAt, couitßsi'oxnuxrs MESSAGES.] IJONIHIN, February 7. Tun Tinks are evacuating Vania. LOÎ HON, February 10. Tlic Austrian Press rc< iud thc situation as critical. Tlic Russian re]dy to Ä nutría objects to the discussion of certain ]i< ¡nts in the peace preamble, also to thc limi Latióos Austria pro- poses. Admiral Hornby, witl six war-ships, has arrived nt Stamboul. Tlic Russian Vve.nn, in cnnnienting u]ion thc circumstance, remarks tliiit liussia advised this step to lie taken in till Berlin memoran- dum, j The French, <!orin.ni, Aintiian, and Italian Squadrons are preparing to join tho British fleet at Stamboul. j Tlic main (ircck army aas re-crossed tlic frontier. The insurgents! at Kpirus and Thessaly have proclaimed uiinn with Cn-ecc. 'J'Jie Porte lias directed itslfnroign officers to resign, and there are rumours of a close alliance between Turkey andiHussia, thc latter assuming tho basis laid .hiwiu in thc armistice The conc...

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THE ELECTION OF POPE PIUS IX. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 13 February 1878

THU ELECTION Pl' POPE Pir.S IX. A long ami interesting review of a new book entitled " The ,$toty of thc Life of Pius the Ninth : by T. Adolphus Trollope," appears in the Melbourne Avgni. Wc extract that portion which refers 1 o thc late Pope's career shortly antecedent to thc date of In« election, and thc proceedings 1 f which that event was accompanied. Thc career of Mai tai as a priest (says thc reviewer) appears to have been decent and respectable. The love of melodramatic display which he has always < xliibitcd, and which is, perhaps, accountable or some stupendous con- sequences during his subsequent Papacy, was shown at an carly st ge of his career in thc church, Stories ave bold of thc devices "to which lie had recours ?? to heighten thc effects produced in thc p ilpit by his handsome person, his magnifie mt voice, and his elo- quence ; how tho cf ects of light and shmjc wore managed, the former concentrated ^on his own palo ami liai dsoinc face, the rest of thc c...

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[REUTER'S MESSAGES.] LONDON, February 10. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 13 February 1878

LoNIKiN.JFclini.-vi-y 10. At thc approaching Conference to beheld hy the European Powers on tho l'iistoin Question, thc main points (ireat Britninlwill insist upon arc tlie following:-!. A frc! passage nf the Dardanelles ; 2. (.'(mijilcte access to thc Black Sea ; ami 3, full security for communication with the British possessions in India through Kgypt. IJOKIHIK, February !]. British troops have driven the Kallirs ont of Transitai,

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COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. QUEENSLAND. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] BRISBANE, February 12. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 13 February 1878

COLONIA A, TF.LEGRA MS. -*- I QUHHNSKAKIJ, [lIÍOM rit OWN <oi(i:n lllMslllMl, rOXDKNTS.] , February I Mn. ]!. M, STKWAÜT, tlic late member for Brisbane, left to-day per Cit; of Brisbane for Sydney, #?« roi'tf to Kurland 'i"» Suez. Tlie llev. lt. i¡, Wilson'H f ueral took place this morning. It was the '. irgcst procession ever known, in Brisbane. The Hons. .1. Douglas, Dickson, (j^^ Mein, ij. W. (*riflith,*h.nd J. F. ííamck 1 ere present; as aleo were Sir Maurice O'Coijnel, Mr. A. H. Palmer, and other mcmbersVof Parliament, Ku m crous ministers of religion were also in ! attendance. There was a funeral seivicc in I thc Wharf-street Baptist Church m rotth: Mr. Hung has been clouted for Nor\L Btis haue hy ani^ority over Mndiutlcdgo <n%~. Later. pe'The returns from the various polling places , in Biishnne have been officially declared. ! There was a large assemblage of eleetors. Mr. Pring polled 43S votes; Mr. Kutledge 331 ; m;tjunf.y for Piing, 107. The announcem...

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 13 February 1878

JtÍWE0a0L08ÍCAr/0BSlíKVA170NS. " j ; THE report» ending nt fl aim. yesterday stated ' ' the rainfall to be-Rockhampton, O'll inch ; Gladstone, I »81 ; St. Lawrence, O'OG ; Mackay, . fl-lOV ' Blootnsburj', 0-21; Bowen, 0'I2 ; , Townsville, OlC3; Cashmere 0 0"); Jnnction ; "Knxi; i-OI'î georgetown, -<H7 ; Normanton, j . 0'2p,,, It mus raining ot Gladstone, St. , Lawrence, and the Palmer. At Clermont mid | Ravenswood, appearances indicated rain. . i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 13 February 1878

GtTCROHILtt Byrups, Lime Iron, Sod», "' and Campéanos strongly recommended by the faculty fer Consumption, and all Disesscs of Debfuty; free from auy un- pleasant taste or sundi. ELLIOTT BROS., £ Co., Wholesalo agent«, ¡Brisbane. Elliott pros, & Co. WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS AND DRY- SALTERY Importers of Patent Medicines, Druggist*' Sundries, Surgical lu truinents. Trusses^ Etc.; Soda-water, and Cordial Manufacturât*' Goods. Manufacturers of Acids and Chemicals, Glass Blowers, Etc., Manufacturers of Superphosphate, Bone Dust, and Crushed Bones.! 110 and 112, PITÍ-STBEET, SVDXEV, aud BBJSDANK. Chemical Works »nd Glass Factory, Iron Cove, Balmain, Sydney. ELLIOTT'S CHAMPAGNE QUININE ttlNE. Highly recommended by the Faculty, and acknowledged to be the purest and cheapest tonio yet introduced j it is the best restorative for the young, weak, ; and aged ; it strengthens the whole system, and stimulates the appetite, and is invaluable for Indigestion, Nervousness, Rout, Rheumatism, feve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 13 February 1878

A DVIC1ST0 MOTHERS!-Are you broken JLJL in your rest by a sick child suffering with the pain of cutting teeth ? Go at once to a chemist and get a bottle of Mus. WIKBUVW'R SOOTHING Svncr. It will relievo thc poor sufferer immediately. It is perfectly harmless and ploascntto taste, it produces natural, quiet sleep, by relieving thc child from pain, and thc littlo cherub awakes "as bright as a button." lt soothes the child, it softens tho Cums, allays all pain, relieves wind, regulates the bow els, and is thc best known remedy for dysentery and diarrhoea, whether arising from teething or other causes. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup is sold by Medicine dealers everywhere at ls. l<Jd. per bottle. Manu- factured at 493 Oxford Street, London. 171 LORIMNEi-FOIITIIETKRTII AND BIIF.H.TH : -A few drops of tho liquid " Florilinc " sprinkled on a wet tooth-brush produces a pleasant lather, which thoroughly cleanses thc teeth from sit parasites or impurities, hardens the gums, prevents ...

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