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SACCHARINE.

• ♦ r ("Pall Mall Budget") Baron do Worma Is pa'rlotlcilly visltlnK the vsrlous Continental Oooris In the endeavor to obtain a withdrawal of Iho nugar bounties, m order that Freotrade m«y have a fairer chance of socoeo^, While thus employed it apFe^s likely that science will step In to fffrot that which diplomacy has failed as yet to brlnp about, and that cane and beet sugars will bav>< at no dUtant date to go down bofore th" new comer — jaoibarlne. Tblt novel nhpmloal mihstance was dlsoovererl, m 1879, D- T 1 M u "-r;, « O-ttr-, ' ti' has only recently bi«i intrudocad »s »n article of coramerco and of hygiene. Its scientific pilysy'hhio nsmf — 's parssolp* htmln»h<» zilo nod ; its aweetness is said |> he 800 times M gtsat »t that of refined sugar. I oarry m my wals coat packet say Improved sug»r baeln, In tho shape of ] s little ?'a«a tube, whioh on'ains sweetening for 100 large caps of ten, coffee, cocoa, Of toddy. It is incapable of fermentation, •s It does not pas», like sugar, by combination with oxygen, Into noetic ooi<J, and consequently it is a great boon to sufferers from gout, diabetes, acidity, and dyepopeia, and others to whom tho nee of BUgax is prohibited. Ab it pooseaseß antiseptio as well us sweetening qualities, it will, doubtless, be used by the manuf aetnrera of jams and conserve*?, It came into ure m the form of diminutive tablets (Bmccharine tubdlct), but is now also prepared m tho form of granules and as a liquid. It remains to be stated that the source of Bupply is as inexhaustible as our coal fieldß, from which we already derive warmth, light, and the beautiful aniline dyes, and from which we are now likely to obtain a su* stitnte for the produce of j the exhausting labor of Ibo sugar plantations. It can be obtained of any chemist, but it must soon pass into the grooera 1 list of commodities, for a chemißt to whom I reoehtly applied informed me that the demand already outstripped the supply

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SACCHARINE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2005, 5 December 1888

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SACCHARINE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2005, 5 December 1888

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