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An Interview with Sir H. Kitchener's Sister. SOME POINTS OF THE SIRDAR'S CHARACTER. WELLINGTON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 September 1898

An Interview with Sir H. Kitchener's Sister. SOME POINTS OF THE SIRDAR'S. CHARACTER. Wellington, Saturday. Mrs. Parker, a sister of Sir Herbert Kit chener, is at present staying in Wellington. In the course of an 4inte*view, she stated ' that her brother had great objection to matters relating to his private- life appearing in papers, and therefore most of the so-called interviews with him were, to a very largo extent, imagiuary. The Sirdar was always most reserved, even as a bey, and was iu his. youuger days rather delicate. It was true he was bora iu Irelaud, but he was esfen-. tially English, aud the lively Irish mauner often attributed to him liad no existence.. Iu fact he was a very serious man, and al ways disliked frivolity of any kiud. Mrs. Parker wintered iu Suakim with her brother some years ago. While he was traiuiug his Egyptian army he displayed wonderful tact^ and patience in handling the uatives, who looked upon him almost as divine. ' At one time,' said Mrs. Parker, ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 September 1898

NOTES AND COMMENTS. In consequence of the illness of our re' fp.SAted council clerk, Mr. John Clements there was no council meeting held on Wednesday evening. The following alder men were present : — Messrs. Glasson, Hewisb, Marsh, Stinsou, and Woodward. The council clerk was present, and although there was a quorum it was wisely decided not to go on with the meeting in consider ation of the illness of the council clerk. We might also state that the Mayor (Alder man Russart) was absent through an attack of sickness. St will be seen by advertisement that a public meeting of the Blavney ratepayers will be held in the Town Hall on Monday, 3rd October, for the purpose of nominating and electing an alderman in the room of Mr. G. Pile, jun., whose seat has been de clared vacant in consequence of his neglecting t.o attend the council meetings for a period . of over three months. Persons Dominating a candidate must have their rates paid be fore. doing so. Monday, 26th instant, will ijp tl^e...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Political. THE HASTINGS AND MACLEAY SEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 September 1898

Political. THE HASTINGS AND MACLEAT SEAT. In response to strong re^uestB from the Hastings aud Macl eny, Hon. S. Smith on Saturday decided to contest the seat with Mr. Barton, in whose interests the sitting member, Mr. Clarke, resigned. Mr. Young, Minister for W orks, will go up to the electorate, a portion of wich he at one time represented, to assist iu Mr. Smith's candidature. Referring to the contest, the Premier said it was amusing to ace tqe remarks that such opposition was uugenerous. 41 Mr. Barton,' said Mr. Reid, 'has notoriously cugaged iu league nith Mr. 'Lyae to dostroy our political position. He is ouo of the chief partners in the attack on the Ministry. He is probably our bitterest and mos Jaugerous enemy, aod to say we should not endeavour to defeat him— the niau who endeavoured to destroy tuy political position in King Division — is singularly amusing. * Another reason, whioh makes it eminently fair that Mr. Sydney Smith sheuld oppose Mr. Barton is that Mr, Barton de...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BLAYNEY-HARDEN LINE. UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 September 1898

BLAYNEY-HARDEN LINE. UP. a.m. p.«u, — Blayney ? Dep. 4 55 9 65 1* Oarooar ... .r, ... C 45 10 36 17 Mandurama ? 6 5 10 44 19 Lyncthurat ? 8 22 11 1 22 Garland ? ? ... a a 17 Swan Ponds ? a a 80 Wangeola ? a a 85 Woodstock ? 7 27 11 60 48 Holmwood ... ... 7 55 12 12a.in 46 Covrra ? Arr. 8 10 12 23 Stop, p.m.' „ ? Dep 8 50 12 40 50 Wattamadarra ... a 64 Kooravratba ? 4 43 1 80 69 Orowtber ? a 74 Bendick Morrel ... a 80 Monteaglo ? ? a 90 Bnrrangong ... ... a if2 Young ... ...Arr. 6 26 2 50 „ ... ...Dep. 6 56 8 0 108 Kingsvale ? a ? 110 Deitiondrille ? 8 10 8 SO 111 Murrumborraii ... a a 118 Harden ... ...Arr. 8 80 4 6 ? ? DOWN. a.m. . p.m. : — H«rdon ? Dep. 6 20 9 10 2 Murrumburrah ... a . a 8 Demondrillo ... ... 6 48 9 80 10 Kingsvale ? .' a a 21 Young ? Arr. 7. 51 ' 10 20 „ ? Dep. 8 6 10 25 23 Burrangong ? .a a 83. Monteagls ... ... a a 89 Bendick Morrel ... a a 44 Orowtber ... ... a. : a 49 Eoorawatba ? 9 54 11 53 57 Wattamadarra ... a a.m. 67 Cowra ... ...Arr. 10 45 . 12 88 Stop p...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AILWAY TIME-TABLE DOWN [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 September 1898

AHWAt: TIME-TABL&j , ? DOWJf jSfa. j Stfttaoa. j Pass, | jftftD. j b.m. p.m ? — SnSn-7 ? -Depl 10 15 8 0 8 Homebueh... ? 13 Granville ? 14 Parramalla... ? ? 8 S- 28 Blacktowa ? . , 96 Efcity H 11 ? - . ? 26 St. Mary's ... ; ? ... 84 P»nrhh~ ? ? Arr. 11 28 9 0 , ? Dep. 11 30 9 6 SG Emn;P]*no ? 11 85 0 10a 89 LqoutUIs ? « ... 40 Olenbrcok ? 11 60 « Bluxland ? 11 67a ... 45 Earsbar ? a *S The Valley ? ... ... ... 48 Sprhtgwood ? ? ... 18 15 48 Faulconbriflge ? 12 23a 58 Ifumsntia ? « ... 58 Linden ? ... 12 84 51 Wooctford ? ]2 45a 56 Hatelbrook ? a fiB Lawton ? ... 14 10 90 ?2 Waotwor h Falls ... ... - 1 20 6f Ketoonska ? 1 88 11 6 70 Medio* ? « 73 Blackl ea'h ? 2 11 89 VI Mount Victoria ... 2 80 11 lla 81 Hartley Vale ? 2 89« 18 la. m 83 Boll ? 2 46 12 8 SB Clarence Biding ? 3 2 12 24 92 Zig Z.g ? 8 15 12 37 95 Eek Bank ? 3 28 12 60 96 Lithgow ... ? 8 31 12 54 97 Bswenfcls ? 3 35 12 58a 101 Marrangaroo ... ? ? 8 42a 1 6 105 Wallmwang ? 3 58 1 24 111 Rydal..r ? 4 6 1 87 114 Sod...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 September 1898

TOOTHiCHE. THE new remedy, VICTOBY CORE FOB TOOTHACHE AND NEUBALGIA, cures the worst oase within ten minutes, Innumerablt Testimonials. A considerable number of our' customers have already tri9d the new remedy, Victory Cure for Toothache and Neuralgia, and have in every in stance been cured. 1( is certainly a most wonderful eraeily, and we trust it will become widely know. Huoh Monxgomeuie, ClIABLES PrETZK. E, Joseph Coombs, S Coohds, Abthob G. Coouns, Storekeepers, Uarnlan. The above Bamody can be bad at the Office oi bis Paper. - @ m PER DAY to l| ? bo made by &| TO &A persons of ei B C9| ther sex, iu tbeir own lo calities, at work for us. New business. All rueet with wonderiul success. Anyone can do the work. You dont need capital, or ?bout tbe same as none. We will start you. No spaee to explain bere. But you cau make a snug little fortune honorably and easily. Tbe employment is particularly adapted to tbe region in wbicb tbis publi ; cation circulates. Boys and ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BLAYNEY POST OFFICE. ARRIVAL OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 September 1898

BLAYNEY POST OFFICE. j ARRIVAL OF MAILS. I Daily (Sundays excepted) from Sydney, Batburet, Granville, Ooulburn, Harden, Circoar, Mandur ama, Ljndhural, Wooietock, Garland, Cowra, Brown's Oreek, T.P.O. No. 2 West, T.P.O. Mo. 2 South, Orton Park. From Norton, Barry, Shaw, Neville, anl King's Plains on Tuesday*, Thursday*, and Saturdays. From Greghamstjwn and Vttorii on Widneadays and Saturdays. DEPABTUHB 0» HAILS, Daily (Sundajs ezc ptrd) to Sydney, Ba'hu at, Goulburn, Harden, Granville, Oarcoar, Hin du rama, Lyndhunt, Woodetjck, Girla d, Cowra, Brown's Creek, Ort jn Park, T.P.O. No. 2 West, T.P.O. No. 2 do th. To Norton, Neville, Shaw,. Barry, and King's PI line on Tuesdays, 'lliLradny , and Saturdays. To Gregbamshmn and Vittoiia on Wedntidays and Saturdays. Penny Postage. The rate of postage, under the conditions of the A«k, on letters posted in the district fiom and to any of the following post offices is Id Barry, Blayney, Brown's Creek, Burnt Yards, Cadia: Carcoar, Eganton, Fores...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 September 1898

Ill Traffic Circles. - -A few remarks from a^geiitlcu^ii^rtell'kuown in the tratfis eirolesot Sydney as. -to his -^pericuctvs is sure to prove of, interest munerous readers We refer to Mr.^oli^Hiiiiiigau, of 18 Biy Street, Ultimo, SydneyA^a gentleman highly respected by ail his acquaintances. This is what Mr Hiunigau told a Sydney Worlcer reporter: — 'My illness, n flaid he, ' started as a good m*uy other illnesses do — with just a cold: 1 didii't taku much uotico of it, for I've ofteu had colds before aud got rid of them iu a week or so. This time, however, I didn't recover iu the ordinary way, but began to get thin aud weak. £-o 1 went to chemist aud got some 'medicine. But as, in spits of the' pliyaic, I cootiuued to get thinner and weaker, 1 wcut up to the Syduty Hospital. The doctors there examiued mo, aud told me I had u severe attack of iufluenzd, and that 1 required medicine aud rest. I did exactly as tliey ordered une, aud took my medisine regularly four times a day, but 1 ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Western Wheat Crop. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 September 1898

The Western Wheat Crop. A wire from Forbes states that most of the wheat crops of. that district are in & very forward condition, and with further rains this and next mouth' heavy yields may bo looked for. At Strick land's Bundaburra estaco over 2000 acres arc uudcr crop ou the halves system. The crops look re markably well. Nearly tho wholo of that area has beeu taken up by South Australian farmers, who sneak verv hichlv of this land for wheat-crowiucr purposes, and state that next year more of their South Australian friends will come over and take up farms on similar terms. That they are practi cal farmers is evideuced by their tucihod of culti vation, and in nearly every instance they have brought tlieir own machinery. The wheat sown ia Stoiuwidel, Purple Straw, White Lammas, Spring Allora, aud Kiug's Jubilee, nearly all mixed on plain Und, with a,n admixture of limestoue. Mr Strieklaud ex'pecte to have 8C)00 acres ready for cultivation n«xt 3'ear, aud Mr W. Richards, ou ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LUCKNOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 September 1898

LUCKNOW. The Wentworth Extended shaft is now down | 682 feet, through very hard rock and an excop,- | tiouully heavy inBow of water. The new machi nery is working smoothly. Owing to till guards for the cages not having arrived the latter are not being used. As soon as these appliances oome to hand the rock drills and their air compressors will be used, wheu more rapid progress should be made. We understand it is contemplated to sink the Ex tended shaft to a depth of 900 or 1000 feet before opening out. It is reported that some rich veins have been cut in the D'Arcy, though they are small aud patchy. It is said that the Wentworth Proprietary Company is oa good payable ore, though not up to grades hitherto worked. There are far less hands ou than before the strike. Trcnkey Mining. — The correspondent to the Bathurst 'Free Press' writes: — The Wright's Reef Co., working near Wilson's Reef, have made a rich discovery, in the shape of a rich reef 7ft wide and carrying gold freely. They h...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOUNT DAVID. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 September 1898

MOUNT DAVID. Report to September 10: — ' 70ft. level. Rise extended 7ft. for waek ; total, 27ft. Holed through to south drive No. 1 shaft. New winze : Formed brace and fixed wind lass. Sunk 5ft. for week ; total 1 1ft. Stone full size of winze and prospects good. Started prospecting drive going south from leading stope behind No. 5 shaft. Stone in con tinuous bunches Gin. to 15iu. thick, and worth l|oz per ton. Bunches of stone getting larger aud more regular as we ad vance. 100ft. level : East drive extended 15ft.; total, 104ft. End same as last jreek. I This end will be discontinued until the ground over position for winze in bottom of 100ft. level is cut out and timbered and rails laid. Started winze on stone ; sunk 2ft. West leg cut down south end of old hole 16ft. long, 7ft. deep. Stone showing in the bottom 1ft. thick and solid, and worth 15dwt. per ton. Drillings for week 1491b, yield 2dwt. retorted gold.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Dr. Camidge at Forbes. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 September 1898

Dr. Camidge at Forbes. Addressing a large gathering of parishion ers at Forbes on Monday night, tbe llight Rev. Dr. Camidgo, Bishop of Bathurst, made allusion to tbe great eve«ts of the world now attracting public attention. His Lordship referred to the honor experienced at the news received'that day of the assass ination of the Empress of Austria. Liberty, he said, was uot to be achieved in such a fashiou, nor by sucb means. Ou the' other hand the disirmam-nt proposals of the Emperor of Russia were a sign of better things. He looked upou it as the honest p oposal of an earnest and good tnau, and al hough it might prove to be an impossi bility, yec it had iu a l probability averted a terrible war, upon the verge of which we bad been for some ime lingering. The nens from Egypt aud the American war were also alluded to. The bravery of the BritiEb and Egyptian forces led by au English Geceral had achieved a great victory, and the American contest had drawn the great Auglo-Sasou race to...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mandurama. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 September 1898

. Manfiurama. t [FttOM OUI1 CORRESPONDENT.] The Mandiyaina, 'church goers were dis appointed, oa .Sunday afternoon. It had been annouueed that service would be held in the Wesleyan church at 3 o'clock, and at about) that time the usual church goers assembled, some from Carcoar and others from Lyndhurst, and took- their seats. There was no sigu of the preacher, bu* Mr. J. Bembrick, who is church steward, said he was sure the gentleman who was to preach (Captain Cock, of Blayney) was sure to be there. The choir sang an anthem very nicely, but at half-past 3 o'clock, as no preacher put iu an appearance, the con gregation quietly dispersed. Canon Shedden will preach here in the School of Arts on Sunday evening next. It is the intention of Canon Shedden on an early date to convene a meeting of those favourable to the erection of a Church of England. The rev. gentleman has a con siderable amount in hand, and the land was promised by the late Mr. Whitney, so it is not unlikely that in a sh...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Football. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 September 1898

Football. A team of Blayney Juniors go to Orange to-day to meet the VVaratah C team in the final of the second junior competition. The Juniors thought they had won the com petition when they played through the first round without getting defeated ? and. not expecting a semi-tinal aud final match, five of their best players played with the War riors in the first junior, and the Union re fused them permits to play second junior again. This is unfortunate, as the Juniors lo-day will be represented by a far weaker team than 011 previous occasions. Never theless, we are confi.inut that, given fair play, the Blayney boys will defend their laurels well and give a good account of tliLMUdel vies. The Waratah C team is — Back, N. Welsh; ? three-quarters, R. Fitzgerald, S. Walker, and A.Sara; five-eighth, A. Cummings ; half, S. Douglas; forwards, M. Stackpool, S. Keane (wings), F. Martin, T. Collins, D. McKay, E. Collins, E. Westaway, T. Cur ran, M; Murray, McKenzie (16). The following players...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 September 1898

Brief Mention. Beautiful Spring weather I Entriei for the Cowra Show close on Tuesday next. It is whispered that Wedding Bells will be ringing in Blayney on Wednesday next. Tendars are called for the annual mail contracts. Tenders close on 17th proximo . The Premier says that it is probable that a Royal Commission would be appointed to inquire into the diseased meat question. The Mouut David crushing for the month yielded 505oz. 4dwt. gold from 410 tons. The mining bursaries established by the Department of Mines are to be open to resi dents of this colony only. The local Good Templars hold a most en joyable ' pound night ' on Tuesday last. The Blayney Juniors and their supporters will leave Blayney to-day by the 12 o'clock train. They should have a happy time. | Blayney is beginning to look up. Several ' new families have arrived lately ; and it is said that three new stores are about to open and also several small shops. The local tenuis enthusiasts are re-forming the Blayney Tenn...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mining News. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 September 1898

Mining News. Active and progressive operations are going on at the Great Blayney Copper Com pany's property. The energetic manager, Captain Cock, has a good staff of about 50 men at work, and the mine should be in full swing in a few months, when it will be capable of employing two or three hundred men. Carpenters are now erecting a large blacksmith shop and an assay office ; and a number of bricklayers are at work fitting in the large boilers for the winding engine, and the air-compressing boiler. The other machinery is being put together, and the erection of the 80-tou water-jacket ? will be proceeded with shortly. Miners are at work iu the main shaft and the whim shaft, and as the sinking is very hard, three rock drills will be brought into use shortly. The future prospects of this mine are very en couraging, and great credit is due to Captain Cock for his enterprise aud energy in causing the old Aanaandale Mine to attain such a prominent position, and prove a ^reat boon to the d...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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The Assassination of the Empress. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 September 1898

Tbe Assassination of the Empress. London, Monday. The body ef the murdered Empress of Austria has been embalmed and removed to Vienna. Luccheni, her assasiin, exhibits the most revolting cynicism over his crime. He states he has been an anarchist sinee his thirteenth year. Luccheni says he intended to stab the Due d'Orleans, but failed. The police have arrested ten of his associates. The sympathy felt for the Emperor of ? Austria-Hungary will probably facilitate the settlement of the financial differences be tween the two states. The grief in Italy at this cruel and callous murder of an innocent woman by an Italian is poignant. The rulers of all nations have expressed their condolence with the Emperor of Austria. The Empress was stabbed with an ex tremely sharp file, which penetrated three inches, injuring the lung. The wound was hardly perceptible. Later. The Empress will be interred 011 Friday next, with a great national ceremony.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 24 September 1898

Consumers, of Wa^Vkstas must be care ful to see that they get Biyant aud May's only, which are the very best iu quality and 20 per cent, more in quantity than tbe oreign made wax vestas. Bryant and May'a Plaid Wax vestas are made only in London, and have been awarded 19 Prize Medals for excellence of quality. Every box of Bryant and May's Wax Vestas bears their name, on a white ribbon, inside the well knowa red. , black and blue Btar trade mark. Ask for Bryaut and May's Wux Vestas, and do not be deceived by the iuferior article.

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"OPERATIONS DISPENSED WITH." To Messrs. Colemane and Sons, Cootamundra. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 24 September 1898

'OPERATIONS DISPENSED WITH.' To Hears. Colcmane and Sons, Cootamundra. Dear Sirs, — I have used the Eucalypte Extract which 1 got from you, and am now quite out of it. Almost every possible com plaint I use it for, including burns, scalds, cuts, bruises, sore throats, colds, chilblains, neuralgia, toothache, &c., -tc., and I do not hnlieve there is mv disease it will not cure if persevered with, In ulcerated sore throat or inflamed throat it is invaluable, having had personal experience of thu fact very recently. Where children or even adults are badly affected I usually erect a kind of small tent near a fireplace, place a kettle on the fire, and when the water reaches boiling' poiut, I pour% quantity of tlie Eucalypte Extract into the kettle, and attach a long tube to the spout of the kettle, nnd make the stfam play about the patient in the tent. The Bteim owing to the ' dutuncu it has to travel, when it reacliKs the pa1 ient is thus in a cool form and is not enervating lik...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 24 September 1898

A Dread Foe. In uncivilised countries if a man makes an enemy, he has to be constantly oh the qui viv£ nigbt - and day lest his foe come jpon him unawares and Icill him. In this enlightened land of ours the law looks out that such things do hot occur. There are some things, however, that neither civiliz ation or the l«fw can prevent. Even to-day an unoffensive citizen may be set upon suddenly 'and almost without warning by some dread disease.-' Influenza is 'especially prominent at this time of the year, and it sets upon its victims in an alarmingly sudden manner. It is in reality an aggra form of cold, supplemented by a general | weakness of the whole system, and may be cured by Bile Beans, at a cost of but 9|d. and Is. l£d. per box. These Beans can be obtained at all chemists, or direct from the Australian depot, 39 Pitt Street, Sydney. Six large boxes for 6s. Ordinary colds, it is well known, are caused by the congestion of the blood, which, as a rule, is most prominent in the he...

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