(Registered) Is prepared from the recipe of one of the m* experienced gamekeepers in England, and has bten used by him for the past eight years, ara never known to fail to CURE the GAPES in Pheasants and Chickens.
PROHIBITION AND _TEMPERANCE NOTES. [FROM A ISPZCIAL CORIIISPONOINT.I London, July ii, 1892. The General Election proceeds at the time of writing as a neck and neck race. It is not possible at present to forecast final resului from the Temperance any more than from any other p I i
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