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The Peemibb.— Mr Seddon left lor Wellington late last night in the Tutaneliah The Federation Commission.— Mr S. Krkpatrick has been summoned to give evidence before the Federation Commission at Wellington.

Obicket.— The Nelson Club being Unable ,o get a team together for Saturday, have forfeited to the United. The following will represent the United A in their match with tha Eivals on Saturday next at the Park : — Hurley, Logan, Mackay, Mitchener, Moore, Dee (2), Oakley, Bray, Goodman.

The Visit of the Duke and Duchess of Yobk.— We learn that their Royal High: nesses the Duke and Duchess of York are expected to arrive in New Zealand on the 6th June, and that their stay in. this Colony wiil be limited to seventeen days. Under these circumstances it is impossible for their Royal Highnesses to visit Nelson.

100 Wickebed Demijohns just opened at Staffordshire House. — Advt

Business Announcement. — In this issue Mr William A. Coppins announces that he has purchased the stock-in-trade of Mr J. H. Leonard, saddler, of Motueka, and is prepared to carry out saddlery and harness work of every description at lowest prices.

The Colleges. — The annual report of the College Governors, together with the statement of accounts and results of scholarship examinations, will be found on the fourth page of this issue.

Death of an Old Setiler.— We regret to ] hear of the death of Mrs Morris Levy, wife of Captain Levy, which occurred at her residence, Nile-street West, early yesterday morning. The deceased lady was with a paralytic stroke on Sunday last, just j as she was going for a drive with heri daughter, and she never spoke again. Mrs Levy had resided in the Colony for nearly 50 years, and had lived in Nelson for the last 35 years, having come to this city from Auckland shortly after the murder of the Rev Mr Volkner, at Opotiki. Mrs Levy and her husband were just issuing invitations to their friends to join them in celebrating their golden wedding. Much sympathy will be felt with Captain Levy and the family.

The 'Evening News, 1 Sydney, says in regard to the application of Eucalyptus in influenza : — " We have to exercise caution to get an article freed of its stringent con stituents, or cisc it will prevent the excretion of the disease-producing germs. A preparation known aa Sander & Sons Eucalypti Extract was found to be the only refined one, and proved to be possessed of the highest germ-killing qualities." — Dr. H. H. Hart, New York, says :— " It goes witnout saying that Sander & Sons Eucalypti Extract is the best in the market. It is an excellent local application in inflammation of mucous membranes, and will cure influenza, diarrhoea, diphtheria infections, fevers, etc."— Insist getting Sander & Sons Eucalypti Extract-, or else you will be supplied with worth ess oils.

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Colonist, Colonist, Volume XLIV, Issue 10044, 28 February 1901

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Colonist Colonist, Volume XLIV, Issue 10044, 28 February 1901

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