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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,461,815
2 NeilHamilton 3,064,939
3 noelwoodhouse 2,925,318
4 annmanley 2,239,305
5 John.F.Hall 2,152,294
...
212 KMcCue 172,313
213 deborah-c 170,656
214 docaartsen 170,040
215 spellcheck 169,287
216 barba 169,270
217 laawilson 169,238

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May 2017 15,402
April 2017 7,382
March 2017 15,610
February 2017 14,146
January 2017 22,694
December 2016 14,834
November 2016 15,548
October 2016 13,369
September 2016 13,697
August 2016 23,068
July 2016 5,570
May 2016 2,306
April 2016 2,700
March 2016 2,744
February 2016 217

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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,461,784
2 NeilHamilton 3,064,939
3 noelwoodhouse 2,925,318
4 annmanley 2,239,235
5 John.F.Hall 2,152,289
...
211 jaybee67 170,736
212 deborah-c 170,656
213 docaartsen 170,040
214 spellcheck 169,286
215 laawilson 169,238
216 barba 169,231

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Corrections by month

May 2017 15,402
April 2017 7,382
March 2017 15,610
February 2017 14,146
January 2017 22,694
December 2016 14,834
November 2016 15,548
October 2016 13,368
September 2016 13,697
August 2016 23,068
July 2016 5,570
May 2016 2,306
April 2016 2,700
March 2016 2,744
February 2016 217

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 84,294
2 mickbrook 82,670
3 murds5 54,198
4 PhilThomas 24,408
5 EricTheRed 20,242
...
1643 smathew 1
1644 solaraa 1
1645 Spearth 1
1646 spellcheck 1
1647 ssams 1
1648 SteveG58 1

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AGRICULTURAL CONFERENCE. (Article), Mackay Mercury (Qld. : 1887 - 1905), Saturday 21 September 1895 [Issue No.37] page 2 2017-05-25 21:37 aud the water over our head coming dpwn ^J
unremittingly e\ery 12 hours then, indeed,
there would bo an excuao fee our ignorance of
agrioulture. But we have all tho material^
that an intelligent community requires (Ojr* -
maks tho earth a garden of Eden, bringing
forth food and raiment m plenM^for the
wv-*« ? **'% uitttivuot Javiwv feiivio id«'uu cauwb ,
with ua for idle hands T-t heads, and I look
.of our legislature being the precursors of
is the me of all thia theory ? What we want c
is something ptaotical. Tho same: was said to
me when two and a-half yean ago 1 suggested
the possibility of. a Sugar Works Guarantee
Bill. I maintain theory ia tho fore-runner of
practice. There Here those who said the
Government would never pot* Mich a Bill,
accomplish the object, bat it had only to be pat
in pi oper training to induce the Government to
toe tlio value of the Bill, and the capitalist
soon realised the aouodueas of the principle
aud (speedily offer a million at, low interest to
otowu thoBeheme. So you ace what can be
accomplished by tlio humblest member of the
community if only he applies himself, to the
matter with fair thought, peraeveiance and
pi udeuce. To conclude I would suggest that'
as possible, that all branches of this Associa
tion co-optirato under their direction, when I
eel lure, that in u, \ery few yeara new indus
tries will spring up aud those already in ex
iBtonoa will be ao gieatU' improved as hardly
to bo teeogmaed. And, while npou this Bnb
on, though it may be auid to ho out of place,
.L would suggest as ft mean* to the elevation
of the moral character of man that a more [ ;
universal love for the development of;
aoioritiflo and praotical agriculture should be j «,
encouraged by every meano at the command it ;
of Stuto and people. In a ttOrd it ahuuld be ji A
made fashionable, tho influence of which. ., ?*
fiwhipn u greater than religion, law, or' -%-
mlitics, woio State honors aud destinctioas, tS
bt»te money pruts and other means devisad JP
to induce every or a largerclaaa of th« world'l M
citizens to become BtudenU of the soil and ita ,^
productiveneaa. Then a change for the better Jgf
development of tho better parts of m»n',^
would bo accomplished and a reform for the ^gg
belteimont. of mankind, not to be gain*yjr^
the socialistic pruotices of labor leSfca ^Hi
other formi ol combination, would &i£cKetcd^ ,y.M
and the water over our head coming down
unremittingly every 12 hours then, indeed,
there would be an excuse for our ignorance of
agriculture. But we have all the material
that an intelligent community requires to
make the earth a garden of Eden, bringing
forth food and raiment in plenty for the
starving millions. Hence there is no excuse
with us for idle hands or heads, and I look
of our legislature being the precursors of
is the use of all this theory? What we want
is something practical. The same was said to
me when two and a-half yers ago I suggested
the possibility of a Sugar Works Guarantee
Bill. I maintain theory is the fore-runner of
practice. There were those who said the
Government would never pass such a Bill,
accomplish the object, but it had only to be put
in proper training to induce the Government to
see the value of the Bill, and the capitalist
soon realised the soundness of the principle
and speedily offer a million at low interest to
crown the scheme. So you see what can be
accomplished by the humblest member of the
community if only he applies himself to the
matter with fair thought, perseverance and
prudence. To conclude I would suggest that
as possible, that all branches of this Associa-
tion co-operate under their direction, when I
feel sure that in a very few years new indus-
tries will spring up and those already in ex-
istence will be so greatly improved as hardly
to be recognised. And, while upon this sub-
ject, though it may be said to be out of place,
I would suggest as a means to the elevation
of the moral character of man that a more
scientific and practical agriculture should be
encouraged by every means at the command
of State and people. In a word it should be
made fashionable, the influence of which
fashion is greater than religion, law, or
politics, were State honors and destinctions.
State money prizes and other means devised
to induce every or a larger class of the world's
citizens to become students of the soil and its
productiveness. Then a change for the better
development of the better parts of man
would be accomplished and a reform for the
betterment of mankind, not to be gained by
the socialistic practices of labor let alone
other forms of combination, would be achieved
AGRICULTURAL CONFERENCE. (Article), Mackay Mercury (Qld. : 1887 - 1905), Saturday 21 September 1895 [Issue No.37] page 2 2017-05-25 21:27 do se. I can only say that the cultivation of
great future, hemp, Sisal,- Mauritius and
others of which there are many .varieties, all
profit and will flourish her*. ; TheCocoa-r.ut :
You. have only to look out of the door at Mr.'
greatest, friend of man, the cocoa-rint. being
extended in hundreds of thoosauds of places
and becoming a. stand-by in, case nf need. It
will begin* to.bearfrnit here at; threfrbr. -four
years, where, further South1 it bikes'aeven to U
14 or even; 21 years to bear.' . We tliouiiht -d
Mr. Barnes mad, figuratively speaRirig, whenfl
he was planting those, trees, buAtbere was ,'
method in bis madness. The caufof cultiva- j
tion and mauafacture would not be great and /
if each branch 'of our Association were to
agree to grow a certain amount, of either or ?
each of them, when, if it we're fonnd to be
extend the cultivation. If we had in our
midst a factory forjami, etc., I feel confident iv
that thousand* could be saved in thia disfajj^A.
alone by utilizing tho fruits that go to \nl^^'
if converted into chutnoy, I am sure a good r
market wonld be procured for it ; then the
presemng of the simple tomato, there would »?
be sure sale for so wholesome' a preserve, and
e\ery other dais of jam, thereby creating »-'c-
greatoi demand for our sugar. Rice growing 'S
ia in its infancy and is or should De the ?*
naturnl and staple food of man in this climate-.*^
and ia sure in tho near future to be grown ' ?:
more g»cerally and profitably. With irriga- „
lion, the only really sensible fonndation on -.
which to build any or all schemes of far mine. .
in Australii generally, and Queensland ?;
particularly, will enable the' farmers to copaV
with any country or climate under the sun. - ;'
wnue wo nave abundance or Bubterranemv »^
water there ia uo excuse foe our apathy in not. , -J
taking advantage of it. What will future , -.
water laid on from every available aource, ?
words, artesian bores or wells and daniaor
reaorvoire, for not having had the intelligence
to do likewise. You liave tlie only sure way
at hand, or, granted by an' all- wise Provi
ence, the sun overhead .to give heat and the v
water underfoot to give moisture' aa required i$
wero it reserved, were the sun under our feet ^ '*-
do so. I can only say that the cultivation of
great future, hemp, Sisal, Mauritius and
others of which there are many varieties, all
profit and will flourish here. The Cocoa-nut;
You have only to look out of the door at Mr.
greatest friend of man, the cocoa-nut, being
extended in hundreds of thousands of places
and becoming a stand-by in case of need. It
will begin to bear fruit here at three or four
years, where further South it takes seven to
14 or even 21 years to bear. We thought
Mr. Barnes mad, figuratively speaking, when
he was planting those trees, but there was
method in his madness. The cost of cultiva-
tion and mauafacture would not be great and
if each branch of our Association were to
agree to grow a certain amount, of either or
each of them, when, if it were found to be
extend the cultivation. If we had in our
midst a factory for jams, etc., I feel confident
that thousand could be saved in this district
alone by utilizing the fruits that go to waste
if converted into chutney, I am sure a good
market would be procured for it ; then the
preserving of the simple tomato, there would
be sure sale for so wholesome a preserve, and
every other class of jam, thereby creating a
greater demand for our sugar. Rice growing
is in its infancy and is or should be the
natural and staple food of man in this climate
and is sure in th near future to be grown
more generally and profitably. With irriga-
tion, the only really sensible foundation on
which to build any or all schemes of farming
in Australia generally, and Queensland
particularly, will enable the farmers to cope
While we have abundance of subterranean
water there is no excuse for our apathy in not
taking advantage of it. What will future
water laid on from every available source,
words, artesian bores or wells and dams or
resorvoirs, for not having had the intelligence
to do likewise. You have the only sure way
at hand, or, granted by an all wise Provi-
ence, the sun overhead to give heat and the
water underfoot to give moisture as required
were it reserved, were the sun under our feet
AGRICULTURAL CONFERENCE. (Article), Mackay Mercury (Qld. : 1887 - 1905), Saturday 21 September 1895 [Issue No.37] page 2 2017-05-25 21:17 - . — ? — — w ? . ? ... . -
The conference in the Divisional Hall re- ,
assembled yesterday. ' The same gentlemen : '???';
were present wi h the exception of Mr- E.
Swayne, whose place was taken by Mr. G. -
C. Undei-wood. Mr. T. Ryan : was also
present during the morning, the Chairman '
assurance that he had been appointed a dele
SUBSIDIARY INDUSTRIES., ?..??, '^j
Mr. P. MoKeneey read the following:— : ^
Mn. Pbesident And Gentlemen,— When,
should bo read at this conferen©, showing
the necessity of attention being paid to sub
colony would have been made so fully alive .
generally, but also the Central -ud^Southern
listricts are agitating in the same direction.
In fact, so reach has it been ventilated during .
public preia. Indeed an extract from the
Queenslander gives, nearly -word for word,
the rensnns why we should pay attention tar
Nfchia important subject that I advanced on
suggesting-' it ati- this conference.'-1':! am -also* ,
practical move has lately been made by our* -.
political representatives or at least by many ?
of, them who represent agricultural districts.
useful step .yet taken by our representatives
in Queensland and if followed up i^fcli in
a reiult of immeasurable . good in the near
I have not often «uid before, that, we are only ''^|
in the infancy of our agricultural industries jr
and with a colony such ns this the finest.I :
sincerely boliave, under the canopy of heaven,
where anything thut will gxorr in any other
country will grow here, it only w»nla in
telligent industry and perseverance to^brinK
remember when I fint came to Queensland in
the Dai ling Downs was ridicnled. I also
remember when I Erst came to Mackay in '64, '
the probability of this becoming a great sugar '\;
district was also ridiculed-. Bab I just re- '
member, and here is where the caution and -
the interest of the subject -come8 in, the
member oar own local lesson of 20 years ago
by which the rnst in. sugar cane, severely ,
crippled, but did not quite kill the industry. '
than that now in Queensland, all living in ?''
peace and plenty, mainly through cultivation ,

The conference in the Divisional Hall re-
assembled yesterday. The same gentlemen
were present with the exception of Mr. E.
Swayne, whose place was taken by Mr. G.
C. Underwood. Mr. T. Ryan was also
present during the morning, the Chairman
assurance that he had been appointed a dele-
SUBSIDIARY INDUSTRIES.
Mr. P. McKeneey read the following:—
MR. PRESIDENT AND GENTLEMEN,—When,
should be read at this conference, showing
the necessity of attention being paid to sub-
colony would have been made so fully alive
generally, but also the Central and Southern
districts are agitating in the same direction.
In fact, so much has it been ventilated during
public press. Indeed an extract from the
Queenslander gives, nearly word for word,
the reaons why we should pay attention to
this important subject that I advanced on
suggesting it at this conference. I am also
practical move has lately been made by our
political representatives or at least by many
of them who represent agricultural districts.
useful step yet taken by our representatives
in Queensland and if followed up with in-
a result of immeasurable good in the near
I have not often said before, that we are only
in the infancy of our agricultural industries
and with a colony such as this the finest, I
sincerely believe, under the canopy of heaven,
where anything that will grow in any other
country will grow here, it only wants in-
telligent industry and perseverance to brin
remember when I first came to Queensland in
the Darling Downs was ridiculed. I also
remember when I first came to Mackay in '64,
the probability of this becoming a great sugar
district was also ridiculed. But I just re-
member, and here is where the caution and
the interest of the subject comes in, the
one crop—potatoes. Again I, too well, re-
member our own local lesson of 20 years ago
by which the rust in sugar cane, severely
crippled, but did not quite kill the industry.
than that now in Queensland, all living in
peace and plenty, mainly through cultivation
Abstract of Auctions. THIS DAY. (Article), Mackay Mercury (Qld. : 1887 - 1905), Saturday 21 September 1895 [Issue No.37] page 2 2017-05-25 21:04 Abstract oif Auctions
. THIS DAY.
F. Reidy, at W. Bradshaw's residence, Hamil
.ton, at 12 o'clock — Horses, harness, imple
Henry! L. Black, in Edward Bros^' Yards,
, at 2 p.m.— Horses.
W. Kennedy, at his Mart, Sydney Street, at
Abstract of Auctions
THIS DAY.
F. REIDY, at W. Bradshaw's residence, Hamil-
ton, at 12 o'clock — Horses, harness, imple-
HENRY L. BLACK, in Edward Bros' Yards,
at 2 p.m.— Horses.
W. KENNEDY, at his Mart, Sydney Street, at
Shipping Noes. (Article), Mackay Mercury (Qld. : 1887 - 1905), Saturday 21 September 1895 [Issue No.37] page 2 2017-05-25 21:02 Shipping Woes.
The s.i. Arawatta leaves Cooktown to-day I
She isdue at Townsville on Monday and atMae
' ' kay bn|tuesday,,leavinR the same day for Brial
bane where she will probably arrp.* -orri
. ThlsTAramac which JfttCMsCckay f°r t1le
? s^.H nn TneaJav. Kaarfwue at Brisbane on
Thursday lea vJRtrfor Sydney to-day.
? The s«.-iBnUafa left Melbourne for the
jSUrtirorrTuesday. She is due at Brisbane
:gf£»* Tuesday next, leaving ou Wednesday for
^Townsville via ports!
: The sjs. Brinawarc leaves at an early date
for Broadsound. .-'..?
? ' The s.B. Uintra arrived from the South at
Brisbane, on Thursday, She leaves to-day
fort the 'North and isdue at Mackay mi
' Monday leaving the same day tor Uownsviile.
Thes.s. Franklin,- is due at Mackay on
Monday. She leaves again for IWnsvilIe
. . on the same day. . .
The sa. Leura, wliieli arrived from the
South off Flat Top »n Tlmrsday. was due at
? TownsviUe yesterday. On her return trip,
she will 'probably be at Mackay to-niglit,
leaving to-morrow. for Brisbane.
The s.si Peregrine from the South is due
' -off Flat. Top on Thursday leaving the same
day for Tpwnsville. ?
? The sis. Tynan left Brisbane for the
South on [Thursday. She is due- at Sydney
tb-dav. ! . ?? ? i
Thes.s! Wodonga was due in Melbourne
from thej North on Thursday leaving that
Shipping Noes.
The s.s. Arawatta leaves Cooktown to-day.
She is due at Townsville on Monday and at Mac-
kay on Tuesday, leaving the same day for Bris-
bane where she will probably arrive on
Thursday.
The s.s. Aramac which left Mackay for the
south on Tuesday, was due at Brisbane on
Thursday leaving for Sydney to-day.
The s.s. Bullara left Melbourne for the
North on Tuesday. She is due at Brisbane
on Tuesday next, leaving on Wednesday for
Townsville via ports.
The s.s. Brinawara leaves at any early date
for Broadsound.
The s.s. Cintra arrived from the South at
Brisbane on Thursday. She leaves to-day
for the North and is due at Mackay on
Monday leaving the same day for Townsville.
The s.s. Franklin, is due at Mackay on
Monday. She leaves again for Townsville
on the same day.
The s.s. Leura, which arrived from the
South off flat Top on Thursday, was due at
Townsville yesterday. On her return trip,
she will probably be at Mackay to-night,
leaving to-morrow for Brisbane.
The s.s. Peregrine for the South is due
off Flat Top on Thursday leaving the same
day for Townsville.
The s.s. Tyrian left Brisbane for the
south on Thursday. She is due at Sydney
to-day.
The s.s. Wodonga was due in Melbourne
from the North on Thursday leaving that
Advertising (Advertising), Mackay Mercury (Qld. : 1887 - 1905), Thursday 19 September 1895 [Issue No.36] page 4 2017-05-25 20:53 As a remedy for cough
A1ntinn» Hoar-^-r« ^1, II « f I II ,H, .
(MOi^iexon ' \v ll.M \M, ,,, A i jr, I I
sl^lJ umiwltd IUd. ihr l--. . r ,.[Ir-r ! I , I,
public aiid vliIi *|«et J h rniki ir (I141 .unl ? pi-n. 3
and diiucul'r »f - th 1 »lih 11 a.11 1- li.ri ?
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COUGH I1II.S ? u*) an I ill m ?! loril . j
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the Hi. ff.c
Thorns TV c'3 tit. : t. Hekni, tancajbire, I'nrl; ol
Is P. 1 i J)l (a, na.rnnj C6 Pills), and at 2. Ci!
(treble qj..im -J
&.1W byaU'DrufltlMa-am! P,ilenf Miiilclne Dclir.
ererywh- rr
N n.— hull U.reclKms irr c iro w f 1 neb Dux.
THU Sujjar Tudiutry illuntrated in Lonor
j{e.u'a Album, Views of Mackuy.
WHO sell* lUxM.? Kvery Grocor worthy
of tho name
\V COCOA./ i
MA^uTrid80 ^ ouro ?' ini oi
AUSTRALIAN 'BdOMERftNC' BRANDY
FpR THE^BMTifSH ARMY.
THE FOLLOWINGrCABLB HAS BEEN RECEIVED:—
- .??'?.'???- LOKDON,- 2Sth Bay. 1895.
The British WarOfflee has accepted the Tender of JOSHUA BROS. Distillers, ?
THE KING 01? ALL
LISBrr RUHUS© HEW HOME.
! -^ '?- ' .' ' ' ^
1 . ; OLD MACHINES BOUGHT, SOLD OR EXCHANGED.
J ? ' ?
' OH, COTTON and KEEDIES TO SUIT AIL MACHDIBS
E. R LEWELL,
BEIiBANE STREET. NEXT TO/,' BA1O.EK' OBFICE.
! .
The Greatest Mechanical 'Triumph' of the Centiiry
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public and will speedily remove that sense of oppression
and difficulty of breathing which nightly deprive the
patient of rest. Let any person give BEECHAM
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will in a short time be removed.
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the Proprietor.
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(treble quantity).
Sold by all Druggists and Patent Medicine Dealers
everywhere.
N.S.—Full Directions are given with each Box.
THE Sugar Industry illustrated in Loner-
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WHO sells MANNA? Every Grocer worthy
of the name.
MOST ECONOMICAL HARPER'S Gold Star COCOA.
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MANNA Porridge will cure all ills of
digestion.
AUSTRALIAN "BOOMERANG" BRANDY
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THE FOLLOWING CABLE HAS BEEN RECEIVED:—
LONDON, 25th May, 1895.
The British War Office has accepted the Tender of JOSHUA BROS. Distillers,
THE KING 0F ALL
LIGHT RUNNING NEW HOME.

OLD MACHINES BOUGHT, SOLD OR EXCHANGED.
OIL, COTTON and NEEDLES TO SUIT ALL MACHINES
E. R. LEWELL,
BRISBANE STREET, NEXT TO "BANNER" OFFICE.

The Greatest Mechanical 'Triumph' of the Century
Advertising (Advertising), Mackay Mercury (Qld. : 1887 - 1905), Thursday 19 September 1895 [Issue No.36] page 4 2017-05-25 20:32 back the keen edge of appetite and and arouse the action
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Advertising (Advertising), Mackay Mercury (Qld. : 1887 - 1905), Thursday 19 September 1895 [Issue No.36] page 4 2017-05-25 20:14 Advice to Mothees.— Are you troubled in
pain of cutting teeth ? Go at once to a 'chemist
?md get a bottle of MES..'WiNSLO'vr's 'Soothiko
Btbot. It -will relieve the poor . rafferwr
immediately. . It is perfectly harmless and
pleasant to taste, it produces natural .quiet
little cherub awakes 'as bright as a button.'
all pflin. relieves wind, relieves the bawels, and
diarrh-sar whether, arising from tecthmgoi
other 'causes. Mrs. TVinslow's Soothing
VaX.TJ.IBLB DlSCOVKBT FOE THE HLATB. -
.. off use ' Tjce Mexioib H«rn Rknewxb' h
trill positively rettore in every cate Grey or Wltiti
Hair to its original color, without having th«
aisagreeahle smell of ' Restorers.' It make!
the hair charmingly beautiful, as well as pro
? moting the growth- of the hair on bald spo
where the glands are not decayed / A sV you]
chemist for ''The Mimnin Haie Rehbwrb,'
?old by CUemists and Perfumers every wi.en
? at 3s 6d por bottle, Wholesale -depo -V.
Farringdon Road. London England.
Thboat. Affections ahd Hoarseness.—
? All suffering from irritation of the throat ant
: hoarseness will be agreeably surprised atthi
- almost immediate relief afforded by the use o:
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People troubled with a ''hacking cough,' i
'slight cold,' or Drohchiel affections, -anno
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' allowed to progress, result in serious Puhnon
sry and Asthmatic affections. See that tin
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Prepared by Jons L Beowk & Sons, Boston
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Xiondon, England. ? ?
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Afew dropsflf thelii&ifflf'Floriline' sprinkle)
on a wet- tooth brus^^produces a pleasan
. lather which thoroughly, cleanses the teetl
from all parasitcsor impurities, hardens th
gams, prevents tartar, stops decay, gives th
teeth a peculiar pearly whiteness and a de
nghtful fragrance to the breath. 'It remove
all unpleasant odour arising, from decayci
teeth or tobacco smoke. ' ' The fragrant Flori
line' being- composed in part of Honey am
sweet herbs, is delicious to the taste, and th
reateest toilnt discovery of the age. Price
Is 6d of all Chemists and Perfumers. Whole
ighe dpot 31, Farringdon Road, 'London.
BEEGHAM'S PILLS
,^^IJ^^^ to be Worth a Gum-a i
y^ySdlS -»V Bo* 1ar Bilious are
Wt,^^ ^^fy\ Nerroni Duordeii, slcI
frtfy ? \.lvV M-Vfindand Paininthi
/*-// , vJ*\ Stomach, Sick Headache
#.'.'/?/ X^.'-l Giddiness, Knlne-s ar.c
/''iDaTIfXTT Y-**1 Swelling, after Ifeals
|._| xAi-JjXN -a. 1,,J Diiiiness and Drown
15? nil I C HI neis. Cold Chilli.' Flush
? Hi KlbLa. KJ wp of Heat, I-om -?(
\«£\ * /SI Bieath Cosmenc-v
\\-\ SJVM Scurry and Blotchc* on
\y--v ^S4i-J -he Skm Disturbed
^£LSBSi-lZr and all Kerroui arc
^**S3t^^ Trembling Seniatfonv
^^& 4c The first dose will
^W give relief in 20 minuu*
Every Kfierer is tamestljr invited to try oae box ol
these Pills and tber wA\ be acknowledged to be
?WOBTS A GTOTBA A SOX.
For Fem.lcs Hi all agei lhe.e Pills are invaluable, i:
*. few dotes of them carry off all humours and bring abut 1
all that is lequired. No female sl'-uld be without them
There it nn Medicine to be found equal to Beecham's I'ili:
for re-nor ng any oixtr.ction or irrecularitr of ihe tystem
If taken aocordirj to dirertif ns |[ itn wiiti '-a/h box, ihej
will woi roiore female! of all »«--? to cjnnil and rolniM
health Thi» hi-UcnproieJ by lb«-»-nd«»hohMelri-i]
1hcin.ar.d found Uie benefit*' wh i- b ^re ensured lirth'iru e
1-r - WraL Sinmaih In to. cd 1- Ki lion jr.l a!'
Vl n-rW of A- JLii-r th _i irt like n ape i- i ' t V .lo r '
wi' !?- (?? n-l In worl: li-iind. r- mi llie mo 1 imrniui '
-»t*' i: h 'in.'iidic Tli) lie if-len th »li ir
bau'ii t'i-t I e. m e !i-r vl i, m ' t i ' 1 r I r n zr '
ADVICE TO MOTHERS.—Are you troubled in
pain of cutting teeth ? Go at once to a chemist
and get a bottle of MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING
SYRUP. It will relieve the poor sufferer
immediately. It is perfectly harmless and
pleasant to taste, it produces natural quiet
little cherub awakes "as bright as a button.'
all pain, relieves wind, relieves the bowels, and
diarrhoea, whether arising from teething or
other causes. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing
VALUABLE DISCOVERY FOR THE HAIR.—
off use "THE MEXICAN HAIR RENEWER". It
will positively restore in every case Grey or White
Hair to its original color, without having the
disagreeable smell of "Restorers." It makes
the hair charmingly beautiful, as well as pro-
moting the growth of the hair on bald spots
where the glands are not decayed. Ask your
chemist for ''The MEXICAN HAIR RENEWER,"
sold by Chemists and Perfumers everywhere
at 3s 6d per bottle. Wholesale depot 33
Farringdon Road, London England.
THROAT AFFECTIONS AND HOARSENESS.—
All suffering from irritation of the throat and
hoarseness will be agreeably surprised at the
almost immediate relief afforded by the use of
"Brown's Bronchial Troches." Their famous
lozenges" are now sold by most respectable
chemists in this country at 1/1½ per box.
People troubled with a ''hacking cough," a
"slight cold," or brohchial affections, cannot
try them too soon, as similar troubles, if
allowed to progress, result in serious Pulmon-
ary and Asthmatic affections. See that the
words " Brown's" Bronchial Troches" are on
Prepared by JOHN L. BROWN & SONS, Boston,
U.S. European Depot 31 Farringdon Road,
London, England.
FLORINE FOR THE TEETH AND BREATH.—
A few drops of the liquid "Floriline" sprinkled
on a wet tooth brush produces a pleasant
lather which thoroughly cleanses the teeth
from all parasites or impurities, hardens the
gums, prevents tartar, stops decay, gives the
teeth a peculiar pearly whiteness and a de-
lightful fragrance to the breath. It removes
all unpleasant odour arising from decayed
teeth or tobacco smoke. "The fragrant Flori-
line" being composed in part of Honey and
sweet herbs, is delicious to the taste, and the
reateest toilet discovery of the age. Price,
1s 6d of all Chemists and Perfumers. Whole-
ighe dpot 31, Farringdon Road, London.
BEECHAN'S PILLS
Are universally admitted
to be Worth a Guinea a
Box for Bilious and
Nervous Disorders, such
as Wind and Pain in the
Stomach, Sick Headache,
Giddiness, Fulness and
Swelling after Meals,
Dizziness and Drowsi-
ness, Cold Chills, Flush-
ings of Heat, Loss of
Appetite, Shortness of
Breath. Costiveness,
Scurry and Blotches on
the Skin, Disturbed
Sleep, Frightful Dreams,
and all Nervous and
Trembling Sensations,
&c. The first dose will
give relief in 20 minutes.
Every sufferer is earnestly invited to try one box of
these Pills, and they will be acknowledged to be
WORTH A GUINEA A BOX.
For Females of all ages these Pills are invaluable, as
a few doses of the carry off all humours, and bring about
att that is required. No female should be without them.
There is no Medicine to be found equal to Beecham's Pills
for removing any obstruction or irregularity of the system.
If taken according to directions given with each box, they
will soon restore females of all ages to sound and robust
health. This has been proved by thousands who have tried
them and found the benefits which are ensured by their use.
For a Weak Stomach, Impaired Digestion, and all
Disorders of the Liver, they act like magic, and a few do as
will be found to work wonders on the most important
organs in the human machine. They strengthen the whole
muscular system, restore the loss of complexion
Advertising (Advertising), Mackay Mercury (Qld. : 1887 - 1905), Thursday 19 September 1895 [Issue No.36] page 3 2017-05-25 19:48 to checi it, until I began using Ayer's Sarsapa-
BUILDING SITE containing an acer
In the best part of Mackuy for a private
Lamb & Little v. Bradshwa.
Gazette"' dated 7th August, 1895, and aeo also
called for the fomation of about one and a-
BOOK.—PALING'S "XMAS ANNUAL
The land carried Shares in the Mill.
ROCKLEY " " " . . .64a Or
BRIDGMAN'S HILL " " ... 463a Or
being ' unavoidably delayed, Mr.
Pollard has 'decided to give
Cheap Prices— 3s, 2s & I1,
Maokay, 18/9/95. 108
Our 40sS. Saddles are going off as fast
Distance, seven furlongs. . Nomination 6s,
to check it, until I began using Ayer's Sarsapa-
BUILDING SITE containing an acre
In the best part of Mackay for a private
Lamb & Little v. Bradshaw.
Gazette"' dated 7th August, 1895, and are also
called for the formation of about one and a-
BOOK.—PALING'S 'XMAS ANNUAL
The land carries Shares in the Mill.
ROCKLEY......."...... " .........". ..............64a Or
BRIDGMAN'S HILL.. "........ " ............. 463a Or
being unavoidably delayed, Mr.
Pollard has decided to give
Cheap Prices— 3s, 2s & 1s.
Mackay, 18/9/95. 108
Our 40s. Saddles are going off as fast
Distance, seven furlongs. Nomination 6s,

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