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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

(PER PBKBB ASSOOIAHOH.)

Co-Operative So iety. Gisbobnb, July 9. i At a meeting of f trmers It was decided to form a Farmers' Go-operative Soole.y Capital, £2000 lo pound ■hires.

The other dsy a North Island ooroner (Mr Qresham) held an inquest on a man who had been killed by a fall of earth, and after the affair was over he probably thought that he had seen the last of the subject of the enquiry. However as he waß riding home he had the misfortune to be thrown off his horse, whioh rolled on him, and injured his leg. The unfortunate ooroner was so much hurt that on the next day he had to by conveyed to the township on the same trolly that was oarryiug the corpse lately the EUbjaot of the inquest.

Gertainlj the Most Effective MEDIGINE m the world is SANDER and SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Teat its eminent powerful effects m Coughs, Colds, Influenza, eto, ; the relief is instantaneous. Thousands give the most gratifying testimony. Bead this certificate :—" 24th April, 1885.— Messrs Sander and Sons,— lt is with the greatest of pleasure that J testify to the exoellenoe of your Eucalypti Extract. Having had inflammation of the bone of the leg, which oame on after a severe attack of low fever, I was attended by Dr J. Boyd, who had made strenuous efforts to save my leg, but without success. He found it neoessary to amputate my limb. Having heard m the meantime of the wonderful cures worked by the Euoalypti Eztraot, I obtained a bottle, and the extract had not been applied more tban an hour when I began to feel greatly relieved. After applying the extract every four hours for nine or ten days I was out of all danger. I would persuade all who may be affected with any oh disease to give the Euoalypti Extract* trial, and I am convinced that they will find it the most wonderful of medicines. — Yoirs etc, E. J. Ou*Now, Wattl street Sandhurst. — (Advt.; 5

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2168, 9 July 1889

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