The Indian Government are thinking oF establishing a second Molokai on one of the uninhabited Islands m the, Indian Ooe&n. It is feared th>t the lepers, m India are increasing at the rate df about 30,000 every 10 years. A policy of separation is voider consideration. A Press Association telegram from Auckland says;— The principal of St Job*'* College, laranaki, the Rev T. F. King.* *ci yesterday ,He camefrom England ii\March. 1882, m a delicate state of health, ije waa the Anglican miniver ia ■ clump .-of the Taranaki district. ! " At the annual meeting of the Duned]!* branch of the New Zealand Temperance Alliance, held, yesterday^ the officers weipe reappointed. A resolution was parried that the establishment of. distilleries m this Colony would be disastrous m results/Simh* dally and morally, and that > the Committee be requested to^iake such action; a» they found practical to prevent this being, .done. Since the strike, the Nightcaps, Coal Com* panyj Southland, have supplied 3500 tons of cofa.l. Steamers are giviug kke railway over a thousand pounds m freight, the mine being sixty miles from the port (Bluff). The mine is worked by free labor. SANDER AND SONS' ISUCALYPT 1 EXTRACT.—In protection ol the world wide fame our manufacture has acquired, alt over the globe, we publish the following* Hazard, M.D., Professor of General Pathology and Diseases of the Mind and N«rmi» System, says m an editorial published m the "Clinical Record":—,"We have examined half-a-dozen specimens of different manufactures ; the preparation of Sander and Sons was tlte only one that proved to be reliable and corresponding to. scientific tests." Another concoction called " TRefinfeA' Fitraci of Eucalyptus" has made its appearance since. This product-gfeaids, abodrdteg toDr Oweh, iownnost i tt causing injurious effect* ! 1 hat gentleman communicates,! atameetinc I of .the Medical Society of Victoria, tbat a i child living at Fitzroy became most seriously indisposed tlirpugh its use. In another case a kdy states on ihe strength of statutory declaration that slie suffered cruelly from the effects of the samo concoction. To guard the high reputation of our manufacture we eel \vitrranted ( m exposing the' above' facts, and desives^thc public" to exercise care and precaution when buying, SANDER and SON^ (Advt.)
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2553, 25 October 1890
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2553, 25 October 1890
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