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NEWS FROM ABROAD.

quinine advanced 40 per cent. Opium and mor

phia are firmer at the clos.:; camphor steadily adUnder the new Pharmacy Act of Victoria, Aus vances it being said the Japanese government intralia, all proprietary medicines containing poisons tends to make it a monopoly; mercury and mer. on the schedule such as Chlorodyne Tellows Syrup. curials are marked up, Spanish exchange being must be stripped and labeled, and all new goods higher; balsam copaiba is lower; citric and tartaric sent out must be labelled by the maker.

acids with cream tartar cost more; Cod Liver Oil A buyers' association has been organized in Wel

rather off, Newfoundland steadily gaining on the lington, New Zealand, by the pharmaceutical So

Norwegian in all markets; golden seal root has ciety. Patents are bought in large quantities and gone to famine prices; ergot weaker; the advance distributed to members at cost, with only such

in white lead is firmly held; linseed oil strong; amounts as may be agreed on for advertising when

spirits of turpentine steady; a rumor thit the

Standard Oil Co. is working for control of it is a necessary.

revival of an old story. A valuable find has been made at Prado, off the cost of Balisce. An investigation has resulted in finding that the sand found there is almost pure

WANTS, FOR SALE, Etc. oxides of didymium, corium and thorium. Analysis made in London, Paris and Berlin showed identical WANTED. ---Assistant wanted; graduate of Onresults. It is now used largely in making incan

taric College of Pharmacy, to manage.

Address

Box 12, PHARMACEUTICAL JOURNAL, Toronto. descent light mantles.

Pharmacy reform is in the air in Russia. Shorter SODA FOUNTAIN WANTED.-In good runhours for assistants and better conditions of work, ning order and must be a bargain. High priced one as also abolition of monopoly conditions, are the

preferred. Address J., CAN. PHARM. JOURNAL,

Toronto. principal planks in the platform of reform. It is proposed to allow every qualified pharmacist where

STAMPS BOUGHT AND SOLD. 100 and when he chooses and to allow private individ

different, 200; 200 different, 60; 1000 uals to own drug stores provided a qualified man is

mixed, 27c; 35 mixed stamps, 60c. Price in charge.

lists free, also copy Canadian Philatelic Magazine. (250 a year), monthly. Stamps bought,

and collections. 50c per 100 paid for 5C, 6c, 8c, formulae.

and joc current issue. WM. K. ADAMS, 401 Yonge St., Toronto.

SOUR PENCL

ANTISEPTIC POWDER.

20 grs 20 grs

SODA FOUNTAINS AND OPTICAL CASE FOR SALE-One Tuft's latest improved, 10 syrup taps, three steel cylinders. One square Tufts older style, very cheap. Also one complete optical case and stock of optical goods.

Sodium bicarbonate.

I OZ
Sodium chloride..

I OZ
Menthol
Thymol...
Boric acid...

14 oz
Oil of eucalyptus.

30 drops Creosote

30 drops EAU DE QUININE HAIR TONIC. Quinine sulphate.

4 drs. Jamaica Ruin.

I 2 oz. Alcohol

20 oz. Water

24 oz. Glycerin.. Tinct. Cantharides.

1/2 oz. Rose Extract..

3 oz.
Sam Bucus in Bull. of Pharmacy.

PARKE & PARKE,

Hamilton.

3 oz.

Market Report.

February 23.-Trade in Western Ontario is somewhat impeded by unsettled weather. Markets are generally firm, as may be seen from our quotations.

The last Amsterdam sale of cinchona bark was looked on as giving the key note to quinine; small offerings were bought at 45 per cent. advance, and

A
CTIVE SOLICITORS WANTED EVERY-

WHERE for The Stury of the Philippines,”
by Murat Halstead, commissioned by the Govern-
ment as Official Historian to the War Department,
The book was written in army camps at San Fran-
cisco, on the Pacitic with General Merritt, in the
hospitals at Honolulu, in Hong Kongin the
American trenches at Manilla, in the insurgent
camps with Aguinaldo, on the deck of the Oly'npia
with Dewey, and in the roar of battle at the fall
of vanilia.
Bonanza for agents.

Brimful of original pictures taken by government photographers on the spot. Large book. Low prices. Big profits. Freight paid. Credit given. Drop all trashy unofficial war books. Outfit free. Address H. L. Barber. Gen. Manager, 356 Dearbora Sireet, Chicago.

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Druggists' Confectionery.

The Special Attention of Chemists

IS DRAWN TO THE FOLLOWING :

GLYCERINE PASTILLES.

Beautifully Bright. Perfectly Soluble.

Quite Transparent.

ROBERT GIBSON & SONS

By a process recently discovered, are producing the most charning GLYCERINE PASTILLES AND JUJUBES

EVER OFFERED TO THE TRADE.

PUT UP AND SENT OUT IN 4 LB. GLASS JARS OR DECORATED TINS, AS

DESIRED BY CUSTOMERS, AND BOTH FREE.

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THE E. B. EDDY CO., LIMITED.,

HULL,

MONTREAL,

TORONTO,

A Word On

Beef Teas.

Meat extract resembles Beef Tea made at home in the fact that it contains no nourishment at all. Hard doctrine this for the ladies who think that nothing can equal their own make. How is

BO VRIL

nourishing then ? Because it is not a meat extract only. It contains in addition the nourishing qualities of pure, lean ox beef highly concentrated and finely pulverized. Bovril is therefore superior to meat extract or Beef Tea.

BOVRIL

Limited,

25 and 27 St. Peter St.,

Montreal, Canada.

30 Farringdon St.,

London, England.

Kindly mention this Journal when writing to Advertisers.

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