—The late Earl of Dudley was the victim cf many extravagant fancies. An exchange says: " One of his crotchets was that his body was as brittle as glass. On this account he was constantly and closely attended by a body, servant whose business it was to prevent any person from accidentally knocking against his fragile lordship. " Rough: ox Corks." — Ask for Well's Rough on Corns." Quick relief, complete, permanent cure. Corns, Warts, Bunions. —Kempthorxe, Pkosser, and Co., agents, Christchurch.—[Advt.] —A new explosive, known as kinetite, is at present being studied in Germany. It consists, it is stated, of a mixture of oils and gun-cotton, and it is said to be superior to dynamite, as its manufacture aud manipulation are absolutely without danger, because it will detonate only under peculiar and well-defined conditions of shock. Only the part exposed to concussion explodes, and when fired it burns quietly, with a brilliant light. The true composition is being kept secret. Catarrh of the Bladder, Stinging Irritation, Infiamation, all Kidney and similar Complaints cured. by " Buchu-paiba." Druggists.—Kemi>thorne, Phosser, and Co., agents, Christchurch.—[Advt.] —A petty scandal having been set afloat concerning him, the pastor of an African Methodist Church in Dcs Moines, lowa, entered upon an explanation of his connection with the affair to his congregation from his pulpit. He was greatly excited, and iv the course of Ms remarks dropped dead. " Buchu-paiba."—Quick, complete cure, of annoying kidney, bladder, and urinary diseases At druggists.—Kempthorne,Prossek,and Co., agents, Ohristchurch.—[Anvx.]
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Otago Daily Times, Otago Daily Times, Issue 7335, 19 August 1885
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