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Dr. Tibbles’ Vi-Cocoa is not in any sense a medicine. It is simply a nourishing bevenige, and in that respect it plays a most important part in the prevention ol functional dis01'd0rfl. In these important organs and others it hasa wonderful faculty of giving power to the involuntary muscles of the body. By involuntary we understand those muscles not controlled by the will. Those muscles which carry on the work of life without our consent, and unless looked at carefully, in many instances, without our knowledgi; such as the beating of the heart when asleep the brest 'ng of the lunizs, the action of the kidneys, and the digestive pro -ess. Dr. Tibbles’ Vi-Cocoa acts on these in a nourishing and strengthening sense, conserves the strength of these involuntary muscles, prevents undue wssts, and by its beneficial action gives health and vigour to men avid women. As people become more intelligent, they sec that they should try and pnr-ent disease. It seems strange, when one comes to 000811111‘ it, that the efforts of medical science are directed to 6Ill‘ihfl, when preventing would seem to be a more rational proceeding
Dr. Tibbles’ Vi-Cocoa has proved itself victorious over every other food-beverage in the market to-day. Anyone um satisfy themselves on this point, and if anyone who reads this is suffering from a deranged or sluggish liver, let him or her leave ufl gulping down spirits, beer, tonics. drugs of all sorts, and try and prove this most wonderful Food-beverage, which will do more to promote and maintain a. healthy action of the liver \l1‘\l1 all the so-called remedies. To the sedentary brain-worker who sits hour after hour in n stuffy room. coining his thoughts into current literature; to the lawyer poring over his brief-or re-rding liard; to the quill-driver; we sq, take to Dr. Tibbles’ Vi-Cocoa, and you’ll find after a week or so of Dr. 'I‘ibhles' Vi-Cocoa you’ll he in that happ state that you won’t know you have a liver, and your lilo will be full of sunshine.
The unique vitalising and rcstirative powers of Dr Tibbles’ Vi-Cocoa. are being recognised to an extent hitherto unknown in the history of any preparation.
Dr. Tibbles’ Vi-Cocoa, can be obtained from all Chemists, Grocers, and Stores, or from 60, 61, and 62, Bunhill-row, London, E.C.
Merit and merit alone, is what we claim for Dr. Tibbles’ Vi-Coctva, and we are prepared to send to any reader (a postcard will do) who names the Soi.ici1‘o|zs' J oniizuli. a dainty sample tin of Dr. Tibbles’ Vi-Cocos. free and post-paid.
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Mr. (J. Spurling sent up 44 pupils for the Bar Examinations of 1597, of whom 89 passed. June, 1898, B.C.L. (Oxford), gained by a pupil.
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Ackroyd, E J , receives the honour of Knighthood, 164
Argyle, E , appointed Clerk to the Justices of the Borough
Ashburner, W., appointed Assistant Reader in Equity, 85
Askwith, G. R., appointed Junior Counsel to the Crown '
Attlee, H., elected a Member of the Council of Haileybury
Bankes, J . E., appointed Junior Common Law Counsel to th
Barton, D. P., Q.C., M.P., appointed Solicitor-General for Ire-
Bate, J . P., appointed Reader in Roman Law, 85
Faylis, E. A., appointed Comptroller of the City of London, 239
Baylis, T. H., Q.C., elected Master of the Library of the Inner
Benehers, New, 18, 53, 70, 452, 495, 597, 619, 692
Burton, G. W., receives the honour of Knighthood, 164
Burton, H., appointed a Notary Public, 239
Carter, A. T., appointed Reader in Constitutional Law, 85
Channell, A. M., Q,.C., appointed a Justice of the High
Clerks of the Peace, 258
Collins, Lord Justice, appointed a Member of the Privy
Collinson, F. J ., appointed Assistant Judge of Her Majesty's
Commissioners for taking Acknowledgments of Deeds by Marrie
Coroners, 332, 542
Coward, J . C. Lewis. appointed a Member of the Council of Law
Cox, H. B., appointed Legal Assistant Under-Secretary of th
Cuife, The Hon. H., created K.C.B., 527
Davies, A. L., appointed Assistant Reader in Common Law, 85
Digby, K., created K.C.B., 527
Edge, Sir J ., Q.C., appointed a Member of the Council of India,
Fordham, E. S., appointed a Metropolitan Police Magistrate, 765
Fraser, H., appointed Reader in Common Law, 85
Gell, Sir J ., appointed First Deemster of the Isle of Man, 70
Gibson, J ., appointed Clerk to the Tyne Salmon Conservancy
Gibson, W., appointed Clerk to the County Magistrates for Tin- 1
Gover, J . M., appointed a Member of the Board of Examiners
Greene, H. D., Q.C., M.P., appointed Arbitrator under the
Green, J . S., re- appointed a Member of the Board of Examiners
Griflith, W. B., receives the honour of Knighthood, 164
Haznnam-Clark, F., appointed Diocesan Registrar (Gloucester),
Holland, S. L., appointed Associate of the Midland Circuit, 575
Hopkinson, A., Q.C., M.P., appointed Principal of Owens
Horton-Smith, L., appointed a Member of the Board of
Inderwick, F. A., Q,.C., elected Treasurer of the Inner Temple,
Kennedy, Mr. Justice, elected a Member of the Council of Legal
Kenny, W., Q.C., M.P., appointeda Judge of the High Court
Kershaw, L. A., Q.C., appointed Chief Justice for the North-
Leonard, S. H., appointed Assistant Reader in Roman Law,- 85
Leslie, J . E. C., appointrd a Justice of the Peace for the County
of Middlesex, 313