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Balsam of Horchound

FOR COUGHS, COLDS, CROUP AND

BRONCHITIS.

YOU CAN QUICKLY CURE A COUGH,

Overcome an attack of Bronchitis, strengthen & weak chest, or remove

hoarseness with Arnold's Balsam of Horehound. YOU CAN CURE YOUR LITTLE ONE'S HACKING COUGH,

Caught from exposure, and thus prevent the seeds of Consumption being

sown. Keep it in house against Croup. YOU CAN GIVE A DOSE TO THE AGED AND INFIRM,

and ensure them repose at night and ease during the day. YOU CAN STRENGTHEN YOUR VOCAL ORGANS

and Chest by taking a dose before speaking and immediately after. This

will prevent any feeling of weariness. YOU CAN QUICKLY CURE INFLUENZA.

Russell-street Police Barracks,

27th September, 1893. Dear Sir,- I wish to thank you for the excellent results I have obtained from Arnold's Balsam of Horehound. It is the only thing I have found to cure the cough resulting from a severe attack of Influenza,

WILLIAM PERKINS, Constable 3156. You can get it from Chemists, Stores, and Dealers, or from the proprietor,

JAMES BRINSMEAD, Chemist, St. Kilda.

removes Hairs from Arms, Face, Neck, without injury.

3/6., by post, 3/9. JAMES BRINSMEAD, Chemist, St. Kilda.

DYMOL

ROUPI

BRINSMEAD'S Handy Touic quickly cures. Ivstructions on label. By its use Eug Production is greatly increased,

and the birds kept strong. The Handy Tonic contains the IN

ingredients necessary to health which Poultry and other

birds find of themselves when at liberty. Within a limited FOWLS.

area the supply soon becoines exbausted, therefore the wise breeder, to keep his yards in perfect health, will use the Handy Tonic. After being given a short time the Comb and Wattles become a bright red, whilst a beautiful metallic sheen appears upon harkle and wings : these are sigus of health. Turkeys, Ducks, Geese, and Song Birds greatly benefit by its use.

Sold by Grocers, Storekeepers, Chemists. Agents wanted for Geelong & District,

MANUFACTURER :

JAS. BRINSMEAD, English & Foreign Chemist.

264-266 High St., and 2 & 4 Farmer St., St. Kilda.

WORKS:

The Lantern Engineers then explained the new apparatus supplied by Mr. A. Gunn-Tank, retort, saturator, etc., his latest improvements. These were manipulated by the engineers, and some 50 slides were shown with satisfaction, and a little practice will make it complete. The lantern is the property of the Association, and is always ready for hire at a small charge to defray expenses.

Mr. C. 0. Dentry's paper on “Yacht Photography " (published elsewhere) was read by the author during the evening, and was highly appreciated.

26/6/96. Mr. Brinsmead presiding, 20 members present. Correspondence from Victoria Photo. Society, W. M. C. Photo. Club, Smithsonian Institute, Ilford Co., and others. The secretary reported receipt of numerous journals and catalogues. Four new members were elected. Nominations for office-bearers were received for ensuing year. The appointment of one Lantern Engineer in lieu of four was discussed, and finally deferred till the Annual Meeting. Monthly Competition-Copying

A. E. Bratley, ist.
B. Stafford, 2nd.

G. H. Brinsmead, 3rd.
Landscape-C. O. Dentry, ist.

G. H. Brinsmead, 2nd.

1. Wadelton, 3rd.
Beginners--H. Wadelton.
Judges-Messrs. J. B. Leitch, W. Waddell, A. Purnell.
Subject for next Monthly Competition-Interior.

ANNUAL MEETING.
3/7/96. President H. G. Roebuck presided, 30 members
present. The Annual Report and Financial Statement were
submitted and adopted. The Report intimated that the
members' roll now totalled 62, which was considered satis-
factory, and a credit balance of £6 155. was shewn in the
statement of receipts and expenditure. Mr. H. G. Roebuck
was re-elected to the presidency amidst applause, and the
following gentlemen were elected to the other several offices-
Vice-President, Messrs. C. 0. Dentry and J. Wadelton ;
Treasurer, Mr. R. C. Hocking; Secretary, Mr. J. Hammerton;
Assistant Secretary, Mr. A. J. Wood; Question Box Editor,

FOR YOUR

FURNITURE

TRY

F. G. DENT, Malop Street.

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We have a splendid assortment of Hand Cameras, of newest designs. Changing backs of most approved pattern to suit same. Specimens of work on application.

We have in stock all the latest designs and tints of mounts equal to the best imported, and can supply special sizes at very short notice.

Manufacturers of Austral Bromide and Star Papers for contact and enlargement. Sun Printing Out Paper. Dry Plates. Lantern Plates for Printing Out, or Development, Bromide, Opals, &c., &c.

LOCAL AGENT:

J. F. DENTRY, Chemist, Moorabool Street, Geelong.

Mr. G. H. Brinsmead; Librarian, Mr. H. Mathews; Press Correspondent, Mr. W. E. Turner; Lantern Engineers, Messrs. G. H. Brinsmead, A. C. Bartlett, and W. Humble ; Committee, Messrs. J. B. Leitch, W. Waddell, G. H. Brinsmead, W. H. Thacker, and S. Mawson. Items concerning the journal The Wombat, and hon. life members were referred to the Committee.

The meetings during the quarter have been largely attended, and the spare evenings have been devoted to practice, the seniors showing beginners.

SKETCHING CLUB AND ART SOCIETY. The above society held a most enjoyable Social in the Lecture hall of the Gordon College, on Monday evening, May 4th. There was a splendid representative display of sketches, and the members of the club were warmly congratulated on the result of their out-door studies. The principal exhibitors were Mr. J. W. Sayer (President), Misses C. Cole, L. Davey, A. Wilkins, C. Thompson, and Messrs. A. Ramage, F. Monteath, F. Purnell," and M. Gough. The exhibition was further enhanced by several figure studies by Miss H. Peters. Several leading vocalists contributed musical items during the evening, and a dainty repast was provided by the lady members of the club.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE “ WOMBAT."

Sir, -The other evening several members were developing Lantern plates and Bromides with Hydroquinone. A portrait was exposed on Austral Bromide B, developed and fixed in the usual way. It was found to be covered with black spots and marks, making it useless. After washing, it was placed wet on the plaster wall of dark-room. Some days after we noticed the picture, which, as it dried was pealing off, and on examination it was discovered that not a spot or mark was to be found. Perhaps some of the readers of your journal could enlighten me as to what was the probable cause of the change. We feel interested, and would like to hear a few remarks about it.

Yours,

SLAP BANG."

Mr. G. H. STEEDMAN, PRACTICAL Piano, ORGAN, AND HARMONIUM MAKER,

TUNER and REGULATOR.

Tuning and Repairs as per agreement.

ADDRESS :-G. H. STEEDMAN,

MALOP STREET, GEELONG, (Next Robert Scott & Co.)

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Jas. Strong & Brothers,

Employing 180 Hands, All residents of Geeluuy. Makers of nearly 400 different Lines in the Trade. Having one of the most up to date Factories in the Colony. Retailers of their own direct Productions. Variety of Goods to meet the times, and keepest competition. Quotations in Boots always misleading. Testations the sure criterion. They challenge on a 30 years' reputation. Consignments from the leading American and English

Mikers monthly,

Geelong Cooperage.

JOHN WEBBER & SON,

,

MERCER STREET.

Wine Casks and Vats made to order.

Butter Box-s for Export and Market use a

Specialty.

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Articles and notes on all branches of Natural

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