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THE DISTRICT COURTS (1914). [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 April 1914

TE2 DISTRICT COURTS The Police Magistrate (Mr A. Barlow) attends tho following «oourts on the iJayfl specified. PETTY SESSIONS. Cafltlomaiiie-Kvery Friday, tt lOa.tnJ except fourth .Friday in month. Kyuotnn-Every Tuesday, at 10 a.m., ' except t^hird Tuosday in tuouti*. ; Daylesford-ICvory Wednesday, at 10a.m. except-tfhird WoHueaday in the mouth. Maldon-Firafc and third Mtrndayain the ? month, at 11.30 a,in, Trentham-Firat and third Thursdays iu rnnath, at 10.30 n.7n. Wcodend--Second and fourtfo.Mondaya in month at 3 p.m. Chewtnn-First SViday in month at-Sp.m. Taradale-First Tuesday ia month at-3 p.m., i Fry«ratowu-Socond Saturday in'oKmfch at 10 a. m, i Malmshnry-Second Tnooday in month at 2.45 p.m. Sunbury*-'Fourth Friday in month at 2 p.m. Blnckwood-Second Thnradaj in month at 10 a.m. Gitthorno-Fourth Thursday in month at 10 a.m. Gluiilyoi)-First Wednesday in mtmtSi at 2 30 p.m. Lancetield-fthirdWedcosday in month r.t 11 a.m. llomsey-Third W-odneaday in anu&tb at> 2,30...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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The Darraweit Bridge, [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 April 1914

The Darraweit Bridge, At Friday's mooring of the Spring field Shire Council the Encinoor re ported that, the Monier bridge over tho oreek at Darraweit. was nearly completed (sen council report). Or McDonald wrote that he would not be able to attend tho meeting, and asking tho council not to pans the bridge until they had mado an inspection, as some of the material was very unsatisfactory. The fine in the oreek had knocked one of the piers about a lot* Thoy Rhould post pone opening: it until thoy saw the specifications us to the material to be ?sen; it looked very unsatisfactory. Cr McGregor said Cr McDonaH «aid one of the piers had boon struck by a loir, and tke cement could bo rubbed away like su^ar. On the top of the bridge parte of tho concrete wero very patchy. The Secretary said he bad written to Cr McDonald that there whh no dauger of the bridge b.eiug passed if it were unsatisfactoiy. Cr Stewart moved the Public Works Department, be asked to send an engineer to inspect it, wi...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 April 1914

LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. 1. Subscribers who do not fclv* press notic ^ t^c contrary nre considered as wishims to Continue tfcoir sub#crip» lion. 2. If subscribers ordor tfoo digconfc ioaance «£ their periodicals, the publislrar oiny continuo to send then* until AfcttGAKB are paid, 3. l£ flubscriber* refuse or neglect .to Hake periodicals fr«jm tho offioo to which they are directed,'they nre XU;rfi'ONaim.a until t'hoy have settled thoir bills, and ordered tho the periodjoals to bo dia* conthreed, 4. If subscribers remove to other places- without informing tho publishers, ' %nd the pnpera *re Bent to' their former .iivfcctiou, tho sttlweriiArs aw rosp$d&&tifo, 5. The courts havo decided that 'refuiing to take poriodic.iitj from the office or removing or loayiug them uQ» sailed for is prima facta evidence.of in tentional Fraud. , 6. If subscribers pay in advance for a Seriodical, .they are boand to girt fOTicE to tho puhtishor, at tire ena of ihe time, tihnt thoy do ...

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FLOOR POLISH. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 April 1914

TLOOR POLISH. There arc many excellent floor pol ishes on the market, but I hav< made a most satisfactory polish i>5 filiating well together equal parts o» boiled linseed oil, turpentine, vine gar, and fipirits of wine. This com position should be very sparingly ap plied, using a piece oi flannel. Alter ?;'ards, polish the floor with, a soft tlotb. . -? I*

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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POSTAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 April 1914

POSTAU INFORMATION.' Mails nre despatched from tho Poc Offico, Liini'efieM, fta oIIowb:-Daily | IlouiHoy and A1ollj<iMT7ie\SutHlHyacX3cpted) ! -mail closes nt 7 arm. and at 4.30 p.m. ! For Ktrni Flnl, on Tttondftyfj nnd Fridays, clones at U.50. Roehford, Ncwhain, and Woodend, daily, ilo«c8 nt 2.IS p4in, Kilrnore on Mocday. Woduesday And Friday, and for Springfield on same days, closes 2.S0 p.ra Tbe Lancttfieid Post Office is closod daily nfS p.m. On Saturday nights tho office opens for delivery of lottwa nt 9.30 p.m. j on other /jight&at 3.30.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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CANARIES IN CHURCH CHOIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 April 1914

"CANARIES IN CHURCH CHOIRS. Various are the devices adopted in Atnerice for the purpose ol attract ing people to church-string orches tras, dissolving viows, gramophones, .and the like-but it has been left to Cincinnati, Ohio, to concclve the Idea of combining the strains of tho ?organ with the piping of birds. At a/*'service held in London Baptist ''Chapel forty canaries in their cages vrere placed in different parts of the building. The birds began chirping with the first notes of th* organ, and continued until the music stop ped. The combined elfect o! organ, choir, a«d birds is said to have been particularly pleasing. A novel service has ju6t been cele brated .in Trinity Methodist Church, Toronto, in which birds and blos soms played u conspicuous part. "The altar was filled with sprays of Iruit-hlofisoms and carnations, roses, and other flowers, \vhile suspended from the gallery were seven eagre, .cach containing a favourite songster from some member's home, lent for the ioccasi...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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SHIRE INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 April 1914

SHIRE INFORMATION. lifuieeftcli] shim-Area, 88 «q. mile flojrtilatrmi of Khfr<s 1202. Number o dwclUiipR, 262. Uomacy nblrc.-Area, fl5 »q. miles. Popu* lutiun of hhiic JOOO. Number of ?dwollini'a, 420. b SpriT/pfidtl t*birc.-Aroa; HI sq to}) i'oirtilntion of uhire, 706. Number o <lwc£linji8, H-l. Pynlung shire-Area. 220 sq. miles. I'opulfition of sbiro, 1200, Number ilwellirga, 380. Nowham-Woockjnd «hire.-ATOS, 100 n mile*. l'opulaUm, 2400, Number of' dwelling 4 %

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Springfield. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 April 1914

Springfield. (FROM OOR CORRESPONDENT) Splendid showers fell during £ho week, totalling 172 points on Wednes day* This will assure good feed for the winter AS a nice show of gras9 whs started by the precious heavy fall The potato crops in the district uro fair and have nob suffered so much from the worm as in other distncts. The school library has just re ceived an addition nf 30 beautifully bound volumes. This is the result of a series of socials which were held in t»he school last year,but in consequence of an objection to the school being UKed for such purposes this source of revenue is now cut off and school funds will have to rely on voluntary subset ipt.ion. Mr J. Day has been making war against the foxes in the district. Dur ing the last three weeks L:<- h»s socured uineteen.

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LOCAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 April 1914

LOCAL INFORMATION. Lancflfiolfi'Shiro Council.-Meetings held on last Friday «in every mouth. Ontin cillnrn t MfAars J. WaddeH, M. Foy, A. Johnston, W. M'lntosh, J. M'Elhrin* uey, J, H»rtey, H. P. Blackett, R. Homphili, and K. Graham. Acting Secretary, Mr P. J. McMahon. Health officer,-Br'Finms' Dairy in&pector, Mr MoKuMie. Ponud \ keeper, Mr J. WatorUnJ. >Inapeotor of ' nnisattcofl, Hr J. M'COQVIIo. l^ncefield Waterworks Trait-Coto rebaiwer* meet Uat FrHay in every month. Actiiag 8eoi*tary Mr P. J. MoMahon. Hottlculfcaral Sooioty. .fbe ecmmftteo hold'their inoetinga on the Moaflsjr irocr befort the tftj.ll moon. Sec., .MrJ^Waterlaod, 4 , LatjceSold Meoaantc*1 Iuatitato* -The cofc*ritte«»' meat second Friday ? in each .Wtatb. Hm».-sffnttRy, Mr J. Bewick,: 5&»WariaB/ffr'Jolju:Wrft«rtawt . ... -U»ncett'eT3 , Ttiffo ' -Captain, BJr; M, 3?©y i eeoyotafy, Mr MSEIhlnoey, ftjrttfsllpld Bras? Band.--^Practice hold' weekE^i" Jfrndmastor, Mr A. O'Callagkan Wffretary, XIr A, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 April 1914

London & Lancashire Fare insurance Co. All Wad" ot PERSONAX ACCIDENT ""<! S30K NE8ft^E0IJKiaW latuad. "Bo-noi d«l»y eompl*[ia(r wi/h tk« »kor« .nWhyCorpomiion* Workou'a tawMnn tPoirW- ?., , Tin Zasuranee. fhit* lor^Mtiotfkrt, Its, Imurmice IftitoaC Atoidoai bu*tae«s 'btm cotter, iffotre 't»m»Nc*bla change* dating the Maitii*ry««r». ^Premiums have >becai jrtdircftdi beoftit* ibcrenied, and ncw: ?»£h«ne», including ^Insurance againat ;Illne«a«it audtDUoMM, induAte.it great wdvancn on unything contemplated iu f&hfrAftily jyeftrs of tho bacmosfl. 1I,oo*l «g«ot-H. Gbldfng, "M«roa*y" tcdtco. THK fl3JMJ)0« ®i! REE T O R Y ((PtibUaM Annually) tSoftbltt tm<len '.thcoughottt the -WotM to . oomauaicate direat with English HAWUFACIUftEEtS AMD DEALERS i;a wchtlaw of good*. 'BwiHes beinja com jpleto commercial 'gaid# 'to Loudon and ita ttabarbt, the Wirectary contains lists of mPORT MERCHANTS [ mith thtfOoods they th!p, and tfco'C6!oni >jad Foreign Mark...

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CLOSE SEASON FOR GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 April 1914

.CLOSE SEASON FOR GAME. .-The.; Whole ;;Tfow.-rIjinflbing . jnolcoRs, emu,'kangaroo (grey ' ancf'rocfj, lyre.birtfH, Dative bears, owls, -owallowa, mopnkes, platypus, etc. .From 14th d(iy*of Juno to the 20tb day of Deoetiiber ineadb year.-Blnck swan, wild igeeue o all kinds. Prom lab day of Angu9t in each yoar to .-the last dr.y of Fabiuary following.-Quail, *bronze>wiuged qr other wild pigeons, FISH. From let day of Septorrtbor to the 15thj| day of December in oachyuar,-rBJncktiah. i From 1st day of May to the 31*td&y of' An«uatiu each ytmr.-English trout. From let July to 15th -Ootobur in each year.-Murray cod, perch, and bream, >

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[?]RATES AND RECULATIONS [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 April 1914

HATES AND RECULATIONb [Whoro the -term ""Th© Common* wealth" is used in coaoection with these rates and regulation* it includes i'apuu, Lord Howo lalaui, jmd Norfolk Island, i l^ETTKKti. Ferwry i ounce or fraction thereof. ?or delivery within the Common wealth ..0 l For delivery in the British Km , Pire 0 1 !Or delivery in fcko Now Hebrides, ^ Banks, and Torree Islands .. 0 2 '"'or delivery in other placos .... 0 2J , JLEITTEH CARDS. -.or do ,my within the Commonwealth : ^ Singly, Id. each ; reply, Id. each'half. ilor delivery in the British Kinpiro <boo list of places uod«r "JLietterri")-&ia i gta, id. eftoh. Kor freliyor?' in K«r H^brido*. Banks, and Torres Islands-Single, iid.-each. For**^olirery «iu -other placoa- Single, 2Jd. each.* #- .. .% '' fcOST CARDS. Single Postcards impressed wish ihm Id. stamp, and Reply-or double cards, osoh lhalf of which hee :the Id. stamp impro&sed tberoon, may be transmitted .to plaoes within the Commonwoalth, and '.to t...

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Court Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 April 1914

Court Fixtures. The following are tbe Police Mrrib- | (rate's day a of attcndanoo at the j aaurta of thii part of tbe Caetlemftice | District? j Lancofield-Wednesdays, 11 o.m. January 21, February 18, March 18 April 10, May 20, Jane 17. Ramus;- Wednesdays, 2.30 p.m. on aarae dates an Lance6eld. Woodend-Mondaya, 3 pm. Jan uary 12 and 26 ; February 9 and 23; March 9 and 23 April ; 27 , May 11 j and 25, and June 22. I Kyoeton-Toendnyfl, 10 a.m. Jan uary 6, 13, and 27 ; February 3, 10,' | and 24, Harch .3, 10, 24, and 31; ! April 7 and 28 ; May 5, 12, and 26; and Jane 2, 9, 23, and 30. Licencing Co cms nil! be held ns follows:- Lancefield distriot (held at Rora»ey)-January 21, February 18, March 18, April 15, May 20, and Jane 17. . Kyneton-January 6, February 3, Maroh 3, April 7, May 5, and J'ino

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Reminders [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 April 1914

1 Xemmders i j, William Skilly <i>»>.! Co. and j Chas. Hamilton advcaisn- partic liihrs of 'heir special '.ucclc sale at I-Py alorig. oiiCt'l-!»rs>daj' next. Thp-Lancoiicld Rr.V. Club will jfot tiring .inusk&iry i.wy.orrow.. .. j ThVC irdT. Htit" fa: natNew J i !..%;.> : . i p.m. on j Mondhj ': d for the erection of a paris'n i.ull at Roni I sey. t ' Adamson Strettle and Co. ad ' vertise that a subdivisional sale of : the Ballona Estate will be held in the sale ring, Lancefield on, Wed nesday, April 29. J. K. Jennings and Mclnner art holding a horse sale at Sunbury on Monday, May 4th. On Thursday week, May 7th, moving pictures will be shown in the Lancefield Mechanics' hall by Messrs Currie and Gunn. Mr H. V, Goller has a full and well-assorted stock of the best makes of rugs and leggings. With Winter upon as so early, there is already a good demand for these necessities of the season. A euchre party and dance in aid of the school fund will be held in ...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 April 1914

m Nervous Breakdown Mr. P. R. MILES, a well-known Intcntate Traveller, REPRESENTING ONE OF THE# LARGEST COMMERCIAL FIRMS IN AUSTRALASIA. WRITES A REMARKABLE LETTER TO CLEMENTS TONIC LTO"\ IN WHICH HE DRAWS THE PUBUC ATTENTION TO HIS ! WOUDKRFUL RECOVERY TO HEALTH AFTER ALL MEDW ONES FAILED HIM. MR. MILKS EMPHATICALLY DECLARES HE CONSIDERS THIS TONIC THE GREATEST IN THE WORLD. BECAUSE HE KNOWS,WHAT IT DID FOR HIM AND FOR HIS SYDNEY FRIEND WHO ADVISED .HIM TO TAKE IT. AND.WHOM IT CURED OF RHEUMATISM AFTER HE HAD BEEN CON. 91DERED INCURABLE. READ THIS LITTER-IT IS GOOD READING FOR THOSE WHO DESIRE TO REGAIN HEALTH, ial Ttav«ll«fi* Club. .Moora St.., - Sydney, 3/4/11, CklMKffTi Y0NIQ (UTD.V " For !i«n I anfood from CHRONIC INDIGESTION aad DEBILITY. .ad, M mjr prcie&toa ii om mvblvisf very atranvoBi doliei io (he iriereiU oi »m .'of tbo'larfaat iatanuboaal tfm (opreaa*tad ia Atitralia* ai tieaea I (ou.nd it .difficult* aaousuat ol ilMwsitfc* to, perform (Um dutiei, satisfactorily...

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The Gun. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 April 1914

The Gun The 'Lancefield -Quo "Club's first shoot, bold on Wednesday, pw«su?d off very pucceppfully, especially consider ing -the inulemeney of the weather. There were a good nuirber of victors, ohiefly from Homeey a:>d Dan.'tvveif, who welcomed flu* formation of-a club in Luneefield. Members were oat on Monday and Tuesday nights after spariowp. The secretaries, Messrs J. Brintow and P. Minogue, had all arrangements well in band. The first . H>eep wah won by T. Connor .(20yde), W Showier (20yds) una C, Stockdule (22) dividing second and third money. For the trophy given by Mr i). MelnUmh ('ho second sweep) R. Colliver and T Connor divided. The third 8weep was divided between Showier and Connor. In the fourth sweep Showier, Wardley, Couuor and Stockdule tied and -divided, bird* running "hori. The next shoot will he held in about a fortnight.

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Gisborne Creek Bridge. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 April 1914

fiisbouio Creek Bridge 1 Ttr.-prascntatives from the, shire u't hi. I ,y , Romticy. and i Gisboriitr- met reccx'iv . at' -the j crossing oi 'be Riddcll a [ bury' roads -/ind ihe Gisborne j Creek. The-position is mws A'herc j the bmiRdariesof tho"%hi."csn.imed join cach sr. The «>b.lcct of the 'meeting kjp "-wofc srni discuss the best means o» a bridge or road-crossing over the creek, as the present one -is most difficult, and at times impassable. The roadway has 'become im portant owing to the opening up and settlement <of She recently subdivided Red -Rock estate, and is the main thoroughfare dir ect road between Riddell and Sunbury, Mr A. F. Daniel, the engineer of the Bulla :shire, who was present, pointed out how a structure that would meet re quirements for a long time could be made for about £500, and this was thought to be a reasonable amount, and one that the com bined shires could meet with some help from the Government. Such a work is highly -necessary in the ...

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Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 April 1914

'Tennis. In the Gentlemen's Singles at .-the St Arnaud tournament, which . Mr H. V. Goller won, securing a i £5 trophy, there were 45 entries, including some "crack" players ; from all parts. Mr Goller and his '-'?brother (Mr. A- E. Goller) got into: "the third round of the Gentlemen's; Doubles, and had a good chance, of winning'but for having tO'play in a failing light. The Sunbury -team visits Lancefield to-morrow. At the annual meeting of the >sGisborne Football Club, arrange ments were made to make. an! . effort to re-form the Gisborne Dis trict Football Association. It was : resolved to write to the Woodend, Macedon, Sunbury and Riddell . clubs, inviting them tojoin. Mr. Venturini, licencee of' the ^Tooborac Hotel, died last Sunday after ailing for some time. He leaves a widow, but no family. At tlie wind-up meeting of the .committee of theTrentham bazaar in aid of the Kyneton hospital the receipts shown were £182, and the expenses £12, leaving the sub staintial balance of £...

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Uniting Producers. FARMERS' UNION PROPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 April 1914

Uniting Producers. FARMERS' U.N" I ON PROPOSER, LA number of farmers met at Thor* ma Hotel, Wqpdt'iid, on Saturday evening fiTst-to. diseuw »be advisability of iuau^nnitinir h~ Farmers^-Union. Cr-juo. Adums presided, and the fol io winKTesoltit ions-as a bafiisof anion - were agreed upnn^- ; 1. Thur. a Victorian Farmers* Union be formed. 2. That the qualification "of mem bership be that they are "ligitimate farmers. 5. That fhe bp.HiB of union be ab solutely uon'political iu fcbe party Honse. OB/ECT1YC6. 1. To safeguard aud promote the 'common interests of all -primary .pro ducers va t'he-Siate, 2. To meet 4«bor tmiometn in in dustrial disputes -with the spirit, of reason and ^justice, and at the name, tirae plnoo ourselves in the best po sition to resist any unfair demands or unreasonable oouditrionti'being .placed upon us. 3. fly the -application of the en operative principle <*n safe and econo mic lines we propose to guard assinst the witbmim? influence of monopolis ti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 April 1914

Bargains . I Bargains I ! In i BRA P EBY. MARK FOY'S Summer $<Faii> * 'IS NOW OPEN ^Ladies, Visit the Fair. MARK FOY'S lliANOBFIELD; DRAPERY) ESTABLISHMENT. Shire of Romsey. TEN DISKS. -* Ml ENDER4* will bo rccoivod up till 4 p.m. 1 on FlUtM Y, la MAY, 1914, for the following' contract: Contract No. 1 0/14.-Lighting street l«mj»s in Kuuiscy for 6 and 12 inonths (altoruativc tenders). PlrtDfl and Specifications may be inspected at the Shire Hall, Rouney. Tundera to be accotupnniad with a deposit of 6 per cout. on amount of Touder The lowest or any tender nyt nocosflarily accepted, B. C. WHITE, Sliir« Secretary. 6him Hnll, Moinsoy, 23id April, 1914. WRITES THIS LETTER TO Married or Single Women TO ALWAYS USE WHEN OUT OF SORTS OR .NERVOUS a More than eny other (his document i proves (he value of (hi* great" family medicine. ; "Sennyiidt, Wallaroo, j S.A., 29,1/12. ; "Having soon in one of j your boolo the names of those : benefited by CLEKENTS TGKIC, | ! I add my testimon...

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