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Four reporters attended a prize fight at Buffalo (U.S.A.) in a professional capacity and were captured by the police. They were brought up before a judge, who promptly released them, declaring that it was a principle of law, as well as of common sense, that three kinds of men were permitted to go anywhere without blame—doctors, clergymen, and reporters. Colds caught in spring are very troublesome to get rid of. The safest and surest remedy is Conquest’s Cough Cordial.— [Advt 1

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 10433, 30 September 1897

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Issue 10433, 30 September 1897

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