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Page 608 - a corporation has neither a body to be kicked nor a soul to be damned.
Page 309 - ... undoubtedly immense economies A LOAD OF HOPS, L. AND NWR A LOAD OF FISH EMPTIES, L. AND NWR might be effected ; but such a monopoly would not be tolerated by public opinion, unless it were under the strictest Government supervision or in the hands of a State department like the Post Office. As an alternative to the complete nationalisation of our railways, there is, I think, a good deal to be said in favour of an arrangement whereby a national organisation analogous to the Post Office should...
Page 672 - I did not believe that there was any set of men, or indeed any individual of the human species, so presumptuous and so abandoned as to make the proposal we have just heard ... I hold this project to be totally subversive of the last remains of English liberty.
Page 47 - From all these hands we have such draughts of mankind as are represented in those burlesque pictures which the Italians call caricaturas ; where the art consists in preserving, amidst distorted proportions and aggravated features, some distinguishing likeness of the person, but in such a manner as to transform the most agreeable beauty into the most odious monster.
Page 80 - When beggars die there are no comets seen ; The heavens themselves blaze forth the death of princes.
Page 825 - Its effects are exhilarating, vitalizing, purifying. Yet it is a germicide so certain that we publish on every bottle an offer of $1,000 for a disease germ that it cannot kill. The reason is that germs are vegetables; and Liquozone — like excess of oxygen — is deadly to vegetal matter.
Page 259 - ... spotted all over like a Dalmatian dog. He had a habit of dipping his pen frequently and deep into the ink-pot, and as all his movements were abrupt, almost jerky, the ink used to fly.
Page 825 - We did this after testing the product for two years, through physicians and hospitals, after proving, in thousands of difficult cases, that Liquozone destroys the cause of any germ disease. Liquozone has, for more than 20 years, been the constant subject of scientific and chemical research. It is not made by compounding drugs, nor with alcohol. Its virtues are derived solely from gas — largely oxygen gas — by a process requiring immense apparatus and 14 days
Page 825 - We will then mail you an order on a local druggist for a full-size bottle, and we will pay the druggist ourselves for it. This is our free gift, made to convince you ; to show you what Liquozone is, and what it can do. In justice to yourself, please accept it to-day, for it places you under no obligation whatever. Liquozone costs 5Oc and $i.
Page 822 - Oh, you wanted to, yes; and hence you crow That the Want To within you found its foe Which wanted you not to want to, and so You were able to answer always "No." So you tell yourself you are pretty fine clay To have tricked temptation and turned it away; But wait, my friend, for a different day! Wait till you want to want to!