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Scientific. —A doientist •'! stir's The skulls of the African negroes are doli, Choecephftlic, mesoccphalio; prognathous palthrine, and mesoseme while the Adamese are brachyoephaliO,'h\icrophalicmesogathous, meaorhine, and megaseme. ” Peruse this carefully, gentle reader, and then feel your head £9 see An Equine JDbntist.— One of the most remarkable operations in dentistry ever recorded was performed in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, recently. A boy, : who had been out for a drive, was, descending from the carriage*'when the hb«e gave a vigorous whisk of his tail, twisted the end of a hair around one of the boy’s front teeth, and pulled it out so quickly that the. lad had hardly time to feel the pain.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 246, 19 January 1881

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