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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 30 June 1914

LF/fJiE'-TELL YOU' that now is your chance to buy ^ WATCHES, CLOCKS, ELECTROPLATE and JEWELLERY, ■' ' at ; GREATLY REDUCED SATES As wo have decided to alter Our Premises, aud put iu an Up-tci-Daie Window and Shop Fittings, We are holding an Extraordinary Sale with a reduction of 3s in the <£. Eveiylhiug to be Reduced 15 per cant, off window prices. DON'T MISS IT ? ( TlVe very time to buy presents cheap. Special reductions in E.P. Ware. No reasonable offer refilled J. B. EDWARDS, Practical- Watchmaker, Jeweller & "Optician, Phone 797. "Pall Mall, Bendigo (near Mitchell-street) Pricc for the Set This handsome set including Silver Plated Mustard Pot (with spoon),- Silver Plated Pepper Box and Silver Plated Salt Pourcr offered at the remarkably low price of 5:6 for the set. All these articles arc strongly made in the style now so popular, and form by (ar the most serviceable and Artistic table set yet introduced. The quality and value has never been surpassed in aiiy ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MEETING AT NEWBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 30 June 1914

MEETING AT .NEWBRIDGE. One of the hest attended pr>]itic-«I mael ings ever held in Newbridge took place ot Saturday, when Mr F. Maldon Rotjb, th< selectecl Liberal candidate for Bendign, de livered his second political address in that township. The chair was occupied by Mi N. W. Hart. Mr Rohb in forcible toi ins exposed the danger which Uy behind the anti-Liberal claim of pieference to unionists, and con demned the same pu ty for its abolition of the postal vote. He then emphasised some of.th'e niain .^planks in • the Liberal jjr<£ gramme,"-tiucli -as preferent!»l voting for the Home of Rentesentatives, and propur tibnal voting for the Senate, agricultural immigration with provision of land for set tlers, the promotion of harmony between Common wealth and St itcs by the abolition of the former's S ivings Hank business, and the real strengthening of the Common wealth Bank, the unitorm tail way guage, the Murray wateis agreement, and adequate defence with due ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Markets. INCLEWOOD STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 30 June 1914

The Markets. INGLE WOOD STOCK SALK. Thomas Morrow and Co, report a sitis facioiy yarding at their Tnylewood yards ou Thursd iy, ll,u' '' Kl,0d sale at prices uiven ' lii-iow : — Pig«.—Porkers, from 31s, 40s, Dl* to ~(i*; suckers, 13s, 18s, i!2» to 2ii$. Shei*p.—Fnt oiosshn-cl wethers, 23s :id, 23s Td, 25-! 2d to 2<is Id-, fiit crossbred ewes, 2ls8d to 2(i« (id ; t>it limbs, 20s -Id to 2;!i (U ; stcirii weuneis, 1 '.Is lid. Cuttle.— Fiit bullocks, £10 15*, £11 5s, £12 ID.-, £i:S 10rf, £14 to £15 ; spi inr eis, £li 4j lo £7 ; younjj; cuttle, 1,1 J 2s to 1,2 Ills. Thoni is Morroiv und .Co. report luviiu held their monthly .stock sale tit Iiouan on Tuesday last, when I hey yarded 7H(1 stuvc sheep, ii7 fnt dii nod ;!, milch cows. Owing to the continued dry weather, competition if as dull, but we disposed of the bulk of the yarding Ht the following quotations : — 4 ye.tr old crossbred ewsa with lambs Ht foot, 2Hs fld"; merino iveHnor*, J )(■$ lOd ; crossbred ewe weanurs, loa...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POSTAL RATES AND RECULATIONS [Where the term "The Co[?]onwealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Pipua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 30 June 1914

POSTAL'RATES'ANORCCULATfOn m [Where tl>o term "The Coumion wealth" is used in connection witfi uie»e rates and regulation* it' includes Pi-pua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETl'liRS. u a 0 31 0. i 9 lor every J ounco or fraction thereof, for delivery within tiio Common wealth ....V 0 1 For delivery.. ia_tho British Eia . pirn ....... .. 0 I (Tor delivery in tho Now Hebri(i»», Hanks, iuid 'I01T03 Islands ..0 J For delivery in other jflaces ...» 4 t| LETTEU CAIUW. For delivery within Umj CommonneaHfcl Single, Id. each; toply, ld.e*ofc W. For delivery ill life® British. Empire (fM list of .places as'i»r~ "larttett")—a glo, Id. eoeh. for delivery in Now Bebridm, Bankl, ani Tprrea IsImhI*—Cis^l*, *4- cook. For delivery in otliar fine*— Wnfil*, . 2Jd. each. POST CARDS. Single Rofttoard* imprewed with tin Id. stamp, and Reply or wouble o*rdi, each tatlf of Which ha* the Id. bt«iiip impressed thereon, may Be tramuiittwj to places witMu tho Commonwealth, Mid to those places, en...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING. INGLEWOOD v. WEDDERBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 30 June 1914

SPORTING. INGLKWOOD v. \VKD D K R B U RN. Inglewood visited Wedderhuni on Satur day confident of, if nut winning, at least putting up.a.itroiig game, and in the latter connection tlu'ir i)Iici[j.itini« was realised, iis the n.atch proved, as.iegaids pin}', voiy even.'"' There was a lavgfT attendance of spectatnis;; The liist.quaitev started with Inglewond, aidet^'by^i slight lireeto, kicking towards tlm town goal. Pearco and P. Thompson forwarded on the bounce, a fiee to Donald so» helped oil,and a fne to Sloan within ranga produced a single, tho hall being touched when pausing between tho his; , posts. Wedderbiun then took down,1 Hayes marking from F. Saunders in front. I Hia'try went wide, hut a free to Pratt at ■ the behind post gave an easy sixer. Faulty i passing hy Inglewood on the bounce gave W. Saunders an opening winch produced 'a behind. Hughes, UihiiiIihii and Coffey _ then took direct to goal, hut Holmes sent clear. A snap hy Peaice went out ah the po"st.«, and on the th...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BILLIARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 30 June 1914

niMJAIlDS, Good inteie.«fc is nt.piasent lieing dinphyed in tournaments! Ijeini: conducted lit the Chrirlie N.ipier :ind ltoy il Hotels, each hiivint; uttiricted a-Ihi'ki! entry. ■ Tlia last [ stages of tile Roy.il Hotel Lnuniinitint ii-ivu been rebelled, the plnyer* reinaiuicg; being* W; THtchell, 'senr.,:'150:.bhd., v.; \V. Tut chell, junr., iter.,- and K. Jublier, rec. 4i, v ^C. Bmdley, iec. ]t)0. - Thu:m ni itc'liu* will he played this evening, commencing at 7 o'clock.

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 30 June 1914

COMMERCIAL UNION Ft RE INSURANCE CO. JFire T >is u ranee (Houea, Hnj'Btucka nnd Standing Crops) J Are Stock nnd Foaling Itish'H At Lowest Rates. Aftnt tor Inglewood and District— F. H SYMONDS, Brooke-street, Inglcwood Agent for— MitcheU & Co's. Agricultural Implements, • Ploughs, Drills, Harvesters, Harrows, Disc Cultivators, Reapers and Hinders, Mowers, Hay Hakes, Oil Engines, Diabolo Cream Seuarutors, Milking Machines, Road Graders, I'arm Rollers, Koad Rollers, Lhaffcntters, Ilorscnvorks. Also AGKNT FOR Mutual Life & Citiz9n's Life As&urance Co. MOTORS, AND CYCLES. THE INGLEWOOD MOTOR GHRHGE , Specialises in all classes of Engineering. Motor Electrical Mechanical. Cars for Hire at All Hours tn the charge of competent drivers Note these Special Features : Plant is right Up-to-date. A!1 Work undertaken and satis faction guaranteed. All Lathe Work is clone on the premises at a moment's notice, thus saving patrons much de . 'ay Oil, Gas and Petrol Engines re...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KORONG VALE v. BRIDGEWATER. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 30 June 1914

-KOilONG VA LE v.'Ti'R ID G E \V A T E R. Ui'idgewHter journeyed to Korong Yale on Siituichy, and suffered yet another do tent, the honi/e team proving too for Ilium. Both sides wero minus two of their usunl players, Bridgcwater being without | the scr.vicps of' then- captain (Smiers) n Penny, whilst Korona Vale were withe Walls and Grieves, I'ietco umpired strict., and impartially. * | Higgins opened the namo. hy forwaidiitg | for the Vtihv hut a free to ,1. Mnriisoti| relieved. Hindson sent back and <>. | Hamilton snapped a point. Higgins marked the kick-oft", hut » free to A. liar tison sent clear, and J. Bissau cirtied away. Korong Tale were nnttn be denied, howover, as p.isses from .Jackman to Ton kin to Hamilton gave them first goal. Farmer and-Tonkin forwarded. A free .to Fogarty saved, hub Farmer maiked and got a minor s;ote. Farmer sent to S. Vet mm, who, fiom a cood position in front, raised both dag#. ]C. Iiurge and Stuart sent tip, luit Digging to W. Vernon...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 30 June 1914

Borough Council. The fortnightly meeting was held on Friday evening. Present : - Cr?. Ansett (Mayor;, Uer.shaw, Donaldson, Wells Leigh, Ham, llo-iy and Horan. An apology was received from Cr. Jones on account of illness. • . " . COKRESfOSOBXCK. From Shire i.f Oiley, asking tint th® council-! Farli uiienUry ippresentativL'3.be lequested to ' m<4e~ the lessening of : tlie dredging evil.—Granted. From Public Health 'Department,'- with circular in-regard to ume';istered piivate hospitals—Received, r ■ From secretary of ^olf club, , rcquestins council to erect, atui n-slyle at the public paiU, near tile-road.—Granted. -.From J. CV Morrow, president .if ;thfi golf club,,requestiii»-council to lusti'wt the leasing"of the public pari- to sheep.—After the repot t of the town clerk had been read •is to'when the lease closed, a' discussion took pi ice, Cr.-Tj.-igli at length iiiuviiiy that tlie re<)tie.»t be .granted and tenders be called-foi-slieep only. Cr. Wells though...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LONDON VALLEY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 30 June 1914

lf'ddox VAIjLKV associatio: I Newbridge, 4 «o»U 10 liehiuds, beat Shelbouine.l »i»l 3 biihinds.it Norhrld^e. lyiiiiiccbone, 9 gnils 0 behind?, buatTarna gulla, 3 .goals 2 behinds, at Lianecooiie, .Arnold a bye. '

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Opening of State Parliament. HE LIBERAL OUTLOOK. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 30 June 1914

'Opening c? State Parliament. ilK LlIiKUAL OUTLOOK. Sir Alexander Peacock, the now Premier of Yictoiii, steps into iitlica almost nil noticed. Tim aveiaye elector is rmicli mi re interested in the fortunes of Mr Watt mid Di. Salmon in Biliclavi, in the pnialbst happening connected willi ihe Federil light, than in the whole policy of Ijihci >il isiu in tho State House. Sir Alexander Peacock and his colleagues may not recret that the battle anent preference lo uiiion I ists, the cleaning of the rolls, the righls of tho Senate and so forth, will hbsorlmll I except a few till the oth of September has come and gone, but they will assuredly bear in mind that their work is just as important as it would be were the ej es of the electors on it. In ceiUln quarters there i* ungracious muttering that Ministers have not sub mitted a sufficiently dazzling programme. Had they presented meniheis with a Um» list of proposed measures when the llouso met on Wednesday, the \eiy people who now sneer ...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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LEICHARDT. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 30 June 1914

LEICHARDT. (FROM OUIt COHKKSrOUnK.NT.) The nilicers and adherents of.(he Ler clmrdt Methodist Church gothercd in force on Wedtiesdiy uvoning ;it tho residence of Mr. and Mrs. A. Bell to give them ft wel come home, and to present them with a handsome eight-day clock, as an ex pression of osteein f.ir the splendid ivotk Mr. Dell has done for tho .church as sec retary and steward. Mr. T. Lansell nndo a very nice speech when presenting the clock, and he was yvell supported by Sir 0. Twigjj. Mr Bull suitably replied. The evening wis iinde a very pleasant one with parlor games, songs, and recitations by Mis Cocks, the Misses Lansell'(3), Bax ter, and Mossrs W. White, T. White, D. Smith, W. Twigg and ,T. Baxter. Supper wns provided by the visitors, after which the assembly sang a parting song, and gave three cheers for the guests of the i e»ening.

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GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 30 June 1914

GOLF. A mixed foursomes handicap for a tiophy presented l»y Mr John Sloan was played off on Saturday, when G. Nixon and Miss Gray were the winners. . Seventeen pairs competed. Afternoon tea was provided liy the ladies. Results • ■, Gross. Hdp. Net. G. Nixrin and Miss Gtay 102 . 20 71! A. Phillips and Miss Quick . ... ... 102 23 79 Dr. Deravin and Miss Csvanagh .. W. Tatchell, junr., and Miss Isaac J. p iniel and M iss Tay-' »oni " .{. J. H. Tarpie and_ Miss SloTn'""-1^.''..-'- '7.; U. Tnysom and Miss Coutts ..... ... S. F. Diddamft aiid Miss " *0." Humphrey ' V.. Symonds and Miss, McICean ... ...' \V. Titchell, senr., and Miss NVigii'ms ...' >V, Lamontnnd Miss M. Humphrey J. Isaac and Miss Bur dens ... ..v' J. McLeisli and Miss'-' Nixon ... II. Leigh and .Mrs Nixon ... • G. R. l'ailey and Mits" Guriie .. A gentlemen's singles handicap will be played oil on Siturday next for a tiophy donated lijr .Mr G. Nixon. 80 - 5. 80 ,.oo -/10 SO 103 22 81 104 - 22 , 82 ■100 , 17 „ s:J, ■it.'i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 30 June 1914

tALKS BY AUCTION. Thomas Morrow & Co, Auotloriecsrs. STOCK AND STATION AGENTS*. ' Inglewood and Bendigo, 1X7 ITU Branches at Charlton, Wyclio »» proof, Boort, l^ogan, Newatead Pyaloug, Kihuore and LaccefleM. . LAND and. CLEAR! NO SALES , Conducted in all parts of tli<; State. Loans negotiated on broad acres at low rates Kepkesent :— 'Kalgety and Co Limited, :-P«areoD, Roive, Smith and Co. T. Robinson and Co, Propty, Ltd. Wiicher and Co, Superphosphates. iheep and Cattle Trucks promptly secured and loaded. Sales of Stock Will ba htii an tbe lollcn iiu datt* #YCHKFftOOt. TaMdar, JULY 7 CJiBLTtlN Wednesday. JULY 8 SCAMBATOOK Thursday, JULY 9 DOBT .. Friday, JULY 10 Asd every incceeding Fokkioht at each of above places. Inglewood Market THURSDAY. JULY 23. THOMAS MORROW and CO. announce that they will hold their usual sale a* above, at their yards, on the above data. when thev will offer— Sheep, Cattle, Horses Logan Stock Sale TUESDAY, JULY 21, 1914. Thomas morrow and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 30 June 1914

Advertise Your District! fO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. If you wish your district to gain prom inence, do not l;c« tho knowledge of locnl happenings to yourself. Ifyonwieh trenii i" whicH you are interested to be made public, just aiop a line to "The Advertiser" ollieo in time to allow of arrangements being made or a reporter to Attend, or, failing that, try your own liiuid at reporting. Don't bother to any nr»at extent about, the composition of articles; just write fully and clearly—the editor will do the rest. Weddings, deaths, accidents, concerti, jporle, social KUtlieringH and personal paragraphs ;irc all of interest to your neighbor;, and by drawing public atten tat) to vonr district you are doing a good »urk. That there is reason for' this reminder ia *nt our fault. We have, nnfortnna .ely, ho miraculous power of knowing wlmt'is fcsppening iij'all the areaserved by this Journal, but are desirous, with your co-' aperaliou, of lessening our limitations. \\*iite the names of person?...

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NEWBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 30 June 1914

NEWBRIDGE. ' Mr. II, R. Simpson, of Newbiidge, being the only candidate nominated, has been elected h councillor of the Borough of T»r nagulla for the extraordinary vacancy, caused by theretirementof Cr. A., Grngaii;: . 'The residentsoh Frid.-Vy ce\ening last ' tendered a complimentary return social to | Mr. W. L. Stewart in the new barn, the completion of which he recently celebrated. A very enjoyable evening was spent by Iaige number of people nssembled, danc ing being indulged in till 2 a.m. Messrs. Holland Bro9.,the musicians engaged, pro ; vided excellent mu^ic, as usual, and the ladies a sumptuous supper.

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The Inglewood Advertiser, TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 30 June 1914

tyt §ngUfr00fr &b&wtjscrf TUK3DAY, Jl'NK 30, 1914. The secretaiy of the Inyleivnod Hospiij Ul CMr. Samuel Deeble), acknowledged with thanks the receipt of the following :—' £5 from Sliirn of Bet Bet ; £7 15.* fn.m ' Lake Manual Hospital Sunday, wheat, fund ; £10 from trustees Alfred Felton; LI v .from ;Mr. J; A; ;fiensh*w, of InglewunJ ; 12 fowls from W. Bissett, Esq., J.P. j He found his garden n source of pleasure, i In which to spend lii.s horns of leisiue ; • .When damp" werulu-r came he lingered j there, | Tending his many plants so fair. And soon he contracted a dreadful chill, HU *ife was alarmed, he looked to ill. But she speedily sought an antidote sure, And gave him Woods' Peppermint Cuie. Mr W. A. Trenwith, selected Liberal Senate candidate, will addtess elect nisi ou Fiiday next at the liiiclgewater Mechanic*' llall at 3 p.in , and at the Town Hall, Inglewood, at 8 p m. Tenders for winks in the Korong Shire .ire advertised elsewhere. A juvenile Ml, in aid...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 30 June 1914

SOROSKS HAIR TO>"IG. This preparation is unsurpassed as bair l'ood and dandruff preventative. A little sprinkled on the head night and morning, and gentlv massaged into the scalp, renders baldness impossible. So msus Hair Tonic will absolutely grow lisir and prevent it from falling out. It imparts a beautiful glossy sheen, and brings out all the natural brightness of the hair. Frire 3? 9d per bottle. Ob tainable at iVje; j£. Southey's, Inule WJOd ENTERTAINMENTS. CATHOLIC BALL. TOWN HALL, JNGLEWOOD, , . To=Morrow Night. Cerrlii's Band. Usual excellent-Supper. 1VE. HORANV Joint.. 1'. JOHES : ) Hon. Sees. A GRAND BALL In aid of aid ofR.C. Church, Bridge.waler, ■ will be held at Mechanics' Institute! . :oni - Wednesday, July 8th. Tickets, 5b, lis and 2s. . Moonlight. Piano and Pieolo. Set Supper. ' Commence at 8. , - . •... O'BRIEN, Hon. Sec Concert and Ball will lie held in Hope Creek (Powlett) School ON Wednesday, July 8th.' First half of Concert by Children, lecoiul by local and I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 July 1914

COMMERCIAL UNION ^IRE INSURANCE CO. Fire Insurance ;House«, Haystacks and Standing Crops) J Ave Stock and Foaling Risks At Lowest R&tea. ifent for Inglewoosl and District— F. H SYMONDS, Brooke-street, Inglewood Agent for— Mitchell & Co's. Agricultural Implements, Ploughs, Drills, Harvesters, Harrows, | Disc Cultivators, Reapers and Hinders, Mowers, lltiv Rakes, Oil Engines, Diabolo Cream Seuarators, Milking Machines, Road Graders, Farm Rollers, IJoad Rollers, Lhaffcutters, llorseworks. Also AGENT FOR Mutual Life & Citizen's Life Assurance Co. MOTORSib^sot 'p AND fA CYCLES. THE INGLEWOOD MOTOR 6HRHGE Specialises in all classes of Engineering. Motor Elcctrical Mechanical. Cars for Hire at All Hours,| In the charge 01" competent driversE Note these Special Features: Plant is right Up-to-date. A!1 Work undertaken and satis faction guaranteed. All Lathe Work is done on the premises at a moment's notice, thus Eaving patrons much de- ■ lay. Oil, Gas and Petrel Engin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 3 July 1914

The Most Patient People MUST SHOW ANNOYANCE AT TIMKS. o —- : F.veiybody lias their hour of trouble, - But people lini'inc an. imt'itKiii of the skin hive many horns nf tioulilo.. ^intlihij! •l,f> lir.nnyinu, nothing so 1111 tgtin^. ' " ■ . It'sVt Imd •uul-tiyini! position. ■ : Ijcjivb it iilniic, and you can luudly lie.il { it. '■ r / Iipl'ef and cure have ennio lit lust. I'ci'jilu luwo put it to tlio lost;. I)ii;ih s (lintniL'iit 01110." skin disoasn. Venple :k\v li>siimn«'Uvit this is so. Hue is a cise ill point. Mi*. Phillips?, Yt'nltm Sheet, IiiKleVnod, 't*chilil litul eczema on her face, (hf lament wis verypanful and itchy, Mu uvulo her cin^s iiptl troublesome. Hetmn« UoWs Dintmi-ut spoken '*fi I si'*iit fur .-onn\ and used it with, wry I'ltnsir.U u-miUs. The lirM few applications KjWe U'lirf. am) soon it tpiitu banished the Hltincnt. \ w\\\ never cv«*e praising Dunn's tjuiUiU'iH fur thin wiukUmfill euro. My fluid is entirely ftee t»f t-kin trouble now. Kuttoreis >huuK...

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