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Football Delegates Disagree. POLICE COURT SEQUEL. CHARGE OF UNLAWFUL ASSAULT. CASE DISMISSED. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 July 1914

Football Delegates Disagree. J POLICE COURT SEQUEL. | CHARGE OF UNLAWFUL j ASSAULT. J • • CASE DISMISSED. ' At ihe TarnaguIIa police court on : Wednesday, . before Mr. Barlow,' P. M., and Messrs. Williams, Metelmann and Oxluy, J's.I3., Frederick James Davis, of Laanecoorie, proceeded^ against John Rogers, of Tartiagulla, ! oil a charge of unlawful assault stated o have occurred at a meeting of foot ball delegates held on June'13. The complainant was represented l»y\ Mr. Barnett, of Bendigo, while Sir. Garn ish, of Castlemaine, appeared for the defendant, who pleaded not guilty. The court was crowded with interested spectators. Frederick James Davis, storekeeper, of Laanecoorie, deposed that he had, attended'the meeting in question as one of the delegates, for the I.mile- j coorieclub. At the meeting he had moved a motion that Llie j [association's season be held hot to I have started until their . first nwtcli j was played:' 'Previous to this defend ant had _stated he. would not sup...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 July 1914

LET ME TELL YOU " that now is your chance to buy #: WATCHES, CLOCKS, ELECTROPLATE smd - JEWELLERY, at GREATLY REDUCED RATES As we liave decided to-alter Our Premises, aM put in. an Up-to-Daie Window and Shop Pftstings, We are holding-an Extraordinary Bale mill a reduction of 3s in the £>, Eyeiytljirg to be Reduced 15 per cant. off window priocsv DON'T MISS IT ? I he very timo to'buy presents cheap. Special n ductions in E.P. Ware. No reasonable offer ref'i ea B. EDWARDS," Practical Watchmaker, Jeweller & 0;.a, Phone 7317. !Pall Mall, Bendigrs (near Mitchell-s-.reet; This handsome set including Silver Plated Mustard Pot (with spoon), Silver Plated Popper Box anil Silver Plated Salt Pourer offered at the remarkably low price of 5.G for the ul. All these articles are Etronftly made in the style now so popular, and form' by far the most serviceable and artistic table s«t yet introduced. The quality and value has acvcr been surpassed in &{.'/ part of the world. 6 Stewa...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Hospital Committee. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 July 1914

Hospital Committee. MONTHLY MEETING.- ' The monthly meeting of the comniitf.ce of iiimageinuii!> held at the institution mi Tliuysd vy. Present—Messrs B»rnes (president), W. liissetl, A. Giny, E. K. liorim, T. Nelson, \V. C. J. Kelly, J. ( Metelmanii (vice pie.-ident), T. F. O'Brien, E. Miikepervce. , . 1 r.oni'c.Hro.xiiv.scK. j From \V. Hindson, Buekrabanyulo, with cheque for £7 lS>s I'd, subscriptions re ceived.—Special vote of thanks to bo for warded, nn tlio motion of Messrs Mike peace and Kelly. ' From F. J. Milliken, Boort, with cheque for £2 15s, being amount received from Like Manual Hoppibkt Sunday wheat fund under the auspices ot the Boort Fir* Bri gade bi»89" bund.—Special tlienks to be sent, nn motion of Messrs floran and Bissett. . p.epoktr. , ( ,v The, surgeon repotted In-patient* ib-I ■naming from Muy, IS) ; admitted during ' June, 17; total, HI!. Of these 12 were, di'chnrged as cuiud, '■) linit lie on relieved,! •nnd !> had died, !e;iviii<! 18 rem...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Powlett. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 July 1914

Powlett. Tlifi'ijjoqtjjly meetjnjj of the State school pomiDittep «as Ijel.d dji' iJ'cfifjestJuy jasf, tlic president, Mr T- Ivplfy, occupying tlje #btlri There wore .presentMessrs1^. Grim, T. Ivoveil, \V, Kelly, j. Slontj and R. Irving (*esieUiy), Air Bloan, uo treasurer, submittal the bilunce sheet of the reoent <;oei.il held in school, the satisfactory protlt of £i living shown. Mutters in connection•fcitlrthia foithcom , jpg concert were discussed, and from th» I OiWWpr in which Vlie tickets are goiiifr off there fjjoul/j I# r l^mp.er t|flHsp. MUs .Martin, l|e-»d tei»chej\ fj workini; [urd to get tlie cjiildigi) as ne'fr perfection hk 'fiaa sible, uided by Mips J. Jmap, jvbo is kptipg as nccumpnni»t. I'llfl pniii|j|jttao I ma per, ceived promises of support from both town niiil country, peifoimera,; find an excellent entertainment kUoi^ld b^pjWidwTJJ •

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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[?] RATES AND REGULATIONS. [Where the term "The Co., [?] [?] wealth" is used in connection whith these rates and regulations it includes Prpur, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 July 1914

,fb. fi.'iTES .1MD.fiGGULA""0r?B .L1 tlio trrni "Tho Co. ..1011- jj wi.-aU:i'"' is used in conr.eclioti with these• rates ;in<! H'H'.ilatioiis it includes l'rpua, i l.ord Ho'.vl- 1 .-l.i 11 J, mid Norfolk Uluiid.J j ' LKVHOKS. 6 l'~cr every J ounce or t:action thereof. J For \k-liwry wiiliin tije Common- 8 tvcaliii ...... 0 1 For delivery in tie British Eta- g pi re .. •. 0 1 | Fo;- delivery in tho Now Hebrides, HiikE, oud lorres IsLands ..00 For de.i.ory in othvr placco .. .. 0 ' LKTCTSU CARD9> ' | For delivery wutiin Uio Commor.TTEdSiu j Single,'1(1. o-acii; reply; Id. each hall, B For delirorv in ths Uritiiih Kmpirs (CM ? list oi .places luv.dor ')—i!ia-1 g!e, Id. each." j For delivery in Kot7 Kebridiw, Backi, i an,;! Torreo —feififilo, 2d. r&sh. I For delivery in ctbsr, ptevw— & 24d. each. t POST CARDS. • . I Single Eostoarda isiproe*id with Id. stamp, and lieply or <ioubl& carcia, each lialF of which has the Id. etainp impressed ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 July 1914

For Bronchial Coughs tnke Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, la fid I j; rf^OHOSKs -hair tonic; ... ThisprfifWjUio;? J# unstirpaeeed si hair food'and dapdr»ff prje'yjent^tlv#. A little sprinkled on the head iiigjit . I morning, anil mit!)' ippeengfi) into tjjel eealp, reiidere ijaMnese jjnpc.e$ib)e. So. roseg Hair Tonic will absolutely grow I hair and prevent it from falling out. It imparl a beautiful glpesy ebeen, and ibvuigff;out-all the. natural brightness of the'h$irl Price .3f 9d per bottle. Ob tainable at > it? r';| Southeylf ,||Tngle 'WMiik i

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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MINING. WAANYARRA. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 July 1914

Ml HI H C. WA'ANV^RPw). Our correspondent reports ;-s . .The Dyke. Syndicate are still breaking stone gqlil, The battery t« being got' ||) readings*, n'l't I'1 ^ Weeks''we'stfo\^"dji#ar the stamp?'3 yr" tog. • '.Mr.'AVi'BiJter j£s,till on Bold l!l indicator. .OiuC«n'd pirty have stnrte.l to sinkU) tbe sout^/end, anil expect to cut the same,reef at- about 5oft. Other, parties,are prospecting ^J1", the district, but 1 h^ve not heard of an> finds ijo lo thS pYeS^nt. "£he scafjjjy "! vriter js proving, la %;{^b:jck tq jjec(qr?, ' : J , • • • 1

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 July 1914

1 ... ..M1 I ■ »====== Commonwealth ..JjgfeBanfc of HustraUa HEAD OFFICE 8YDNEY , i' ! All Bult li opea (or ill das»s of GENERAL. BANKING BUSINESS it EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Also mt Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, llobart, Brisbane, Rockhampton, Townirllle, and London. Ceblt remittances made to, and drafts drawn on foreign place? riircct. Foreign billi negotiated and collected. Letters of credit issued to any part of the world, Hills negotiated or forwarded for collection. Banking and Exchange Business of every description trangaoted within the Commoi* wealth, United Kingdom and abroad. Current accounts opened. Interest paid on fixed deposit*. Advanoti made afainst approved securities. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Vlotorlan Central Office: 317 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. ftfBAChM in the abore cities and 2,000 Agencies at Tost Offlccs throughout the ComraonwMltk Otpoaitl from t/• to £300. Interest at 3% per annum* or Withdrawals ma; be made at any Branch or Agency ...

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Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 July 1914

Police Court. At the police court on Sutuiday after noon, Mr. 14. N. Moore, 1\M., presiding, Constable L. E. LuRocho, of Bridgewatcr, proceeded ugnin.it Thomas Peach, licensee of tho Sandhurst Hotel, Hiidfjeu'iitor, on ij charge of lmving, on'June 3rd, used threatening and insulting words iti u public pluce. Inspector Dwyor prosecuted. Mr. J. T. Keune appoitrod for defendant. Constable L» Roche dopnsed tint.on tnc •lid Juno ho ivas walking near, Mr, Shep herd's shop, Bridgewater, and' was in the net of goiug inside when lie h.hv Mr. Pouch hurrying towards him. He went to meet hinii when defendant said, "Have ypu anything ag«instmei," Witness replied, "No." Defendant tn'tl, "You said to tho Licensing Board that my place was fre quented by loafeis aud sivagmen." Witness repliei that this w is not conccfc. Dofeudant then Sfild, "You closed my hotel. I'll wait for you ull. my life." Witness replied that he did not h»ve any thing to do with the closing of the hotel, when defendant called...

Publication Title: Inglewood Advertiser
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NEWBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 July 1914

NSvvsaiQ^. *'■' 0-ir.'„(Jjrres;).Tvl;nt.) •: Kje Newbridge (j»n Club I12IJ th:ir trnphy.'.shoot :on'"baturduv, «ras;i the first roil nils for Missvliruce's tropov ;in 1 the club'scup were lire.l olt. - ■ 1 he-cup'rs of silver, !?old Ime.l, anil is donalexl-by the club to be won twice. Mr. iMej'b.; Ijumnus, of Murnhys Creek, secured first "legf-in,-'and for the Miss Bruce tropv Mr.; l:).-;i5ravo was similarly successful. < • • • Not so many- kills were recorded as< us6Al; -and ; tire second barrel iv.is fre quentrv used: N'u one yot the possible of ei^ht kills, which" was accounted for by the bifds being veiyl.ist iwirf Iw'jli the gun.- : The starlings in parliculur were very fast, - and in nnny insuncei completely beat th't shooters. Hit '*■ suits were :—■ T.No._i siveepr-Frhnk Bruce, 6 kills, .No. 2 sweep—'Herb. Lumniii, 4 kill). No. j sweep; first miss out—D. Bravo, t kiii. . - The Miss. Bruce trophv—D Brava, 6 kills.. :Glub's'' Silv-ef-'r'.Gtip trophy — Heth...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 July 1914

the... World's j. Night c a p; ; • jluy Whole Bottles. Shire of East Loddon. \OTICK TO RATEPAYKRS NOTICE is herehv given that a Lint of all outstanding ratei^ and interest remaining unpaid on 3Iat Jnlv will: lie placed in the hands of theShire'Solieitors, for collection. QflAS. K. ALBRBCHT, S£preUrv, Ac Shire Hall, Serpentine, ■ Jqlv let, 1H14, fcjorough of Inglewood. VOTERS' LISTS. NOTICE in liercbv jxiyen that the Voters' Lists and Separate Voters' Lists ol the Borouuh" of Inglewood are now open for inspection, during ollice hours, by any person interested, between the 8th and loth instant; both' inelini\-e. All claims and objections t.n" or before the 15t\i ^ngtani, bii g"\en 'v>r' sent' by post to flie, hi Vriting, Hi-cording to t|\e fourth Schedule of the L.G, Act lflOJ, or to the lilie effect. 0. COOPER, Town Clerk! .Sid July, ldH. ' iiAD TO LAY UP WITH COLD "I had-a severe cold accompanied with distressing pains in the cheat, and.had to lay up," writes Sir. Sam Scott,-50 F...

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Bridge water, [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 July 1914

Bridge water, I An important step towards the develop ment and ei.Urgeiuent r.f the 8»te' school property h»s liken place, the .Kdiicition Department having purchased the allot ment of I md between the school and the Prosbyteriin Church, On this the com mittee propose finking ■* d.iin and erecting h windmill to provide witter for gardening j[)<| ofjier purpcsea. A .canvass . m»de has remlteli iii;'liijtirggf} and L2fi being collected toward" thU;<>f.ject, »ii(i seyeral former* have promised the loan of team* and scoops, consequently the ol.ject id on a good why to fulfilment. Mr. Yi Fn^aity, a prominent member of life football tear}), wljcn playing at Korong Y»le on 27th itjst. l)ad, a> tl)<i ro.iijlc of an accidental'collision with an opponent, ' his fice cut badly just above the eyes. Sje'veial stitches hud to be inserted, und since then, he ha* been under medical care, but his early lelurn io the "arena'1 ain ba looked fur.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 July 1914

~iALM BY AUCTION. Thomas Morrow & Co, Auotloneera, I STOCK AND STATION AGENTfc, ' iDflewood and Bendigo, WITH Branches at Charlton, Wyehe proof, Bourt, Logan, N»w«tead PyaloQic, Kilmore and I<anceAeld. LAUD and CLEARING BALEB Conducted in all parts of tin? State. Loans negotiated on broad acreB at low rates Rifbesent :— Dalgety and Co Limited. • Pearson, Roivo, Smith and Co. T. Robinson and Co, Propty, Ltd. Wiacher and Co, Superphosphates. 4b«ep and Cattle Trucks promptly eecured and loaded. Sales of Stock WUI be ImU as the following datoa: dTOHBPKOOl, Toeeday, JULY 7 CdAKLTOJi Wednesday, JULY 8 9CAMBATOOK Thursday. JULY 9 tOOBT ... Friday, JULY 10 And every succeeding Foktmght at each of above places. Inglewood Market 1HCR8DAY. JULY 23. rpHOMAS MORROW ana CO. announce J. that they will hold their usual sale a* above, at their yards,' on the above date, when they will offer— ' Sheep, Cattle, Horses Logan Stock Sale TUESDAY, JULY 21, 1914. rpHOMAS MORROW and CO. wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 July 1914

Advertise Yojui' ''psirief!. ' —:—— o TO AIA WHOM -IT MAV CO^CKRN. IIyou wish your district to gain prom-: Intnco, do not kew (lie knowledge of local happenings to yourself. If you wish ' evoBt'i i" which von «.ro interested to bo . maou public, i"al <?'op a line to "The Jkilvcnitnr" ollite in time to allow of' nrriingcincnta being made era reporter to attend, or, failing tliat, try your own hand nt reporting.. Don't bother to any »»•>. extent, about the composition of' «r':cl("i; just write fully and cleariy—the . r.iit^i wiii "In the rest. ' Y.'ri' deaths, accidents, concerts, i poor's, : ci:'i gatherings and personal I 1 [id'UL'i' ..pi's a re :t J1 disinterest to voiiri licif'.nri , riinl by drawing public aftcn-l tina to your district you are doing a good , Korl;. ' j , .it iIji'm- reason lor 'this reminder! it not i'i>r J:iuli . We have, unfortunately, i no miraculous power of knowing what "is I ■ happening in '■>)) the area served by this journal, hut a Lod...

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Pompapiel [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 July 1914

Pompapiel (Frrtm our Correspondent.)—- - -■ Tl)2 school committee, consisting of MeBsrs. J{. Biook (chaiinian),-J; Stunt, \V. Duidson, \V. Clark, E. -McGiath, and I Mesdames Davidson (treasurer) and ! McGrath (corresponient), held the monthly : meeting, at the school.on Tuesday, HOtli inst. An the attendance had inei eased at the nchool to abouf./ •#<J, an effoit is to be nntle to ha»e the schnalifloij) enlarged. A communication was receives /ion; t)w Education Department, in answer to 4iJ application for trees for Arbor Diy, stating iro trees could lie supplied as the planting j wan complete. As the school hi- only been iu existence it little uver.twi>w ytar.v the planting is by:po i)»e*ns p'oinplete, and a further "effort. 1« to be ipi4«t'iri obUin trees. The committee decided to ii/etI. .si,, the "school oh the" 7th inst. anil erect twj> chain swings which they have purchased,and phce a steel wire on l^he flag pulu.

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The Inglewood Advertiser. TUESDAY. JULY 7. 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 7 July 1914

9/jff ittglttooob &b&ntistr, | TUESDAY. JULY 7.'1914. It is understood that the drauvilis ition 1 of Marcus Clink's »\>ild-f.ii>ied .-Urny, "Fur 1 tho Term of his Natural Life," will lie shown in Inglewood on Monday, .lulv 13th. I; Unlike other novels it is a truij account .yf-, the terrible happenings iii th'e esrly t'lili tios.T All the _eli»Mqtci* in this wonderful-pro* r duction had their protwtypos \\itliiit' the piison walls of Van Dieman's Intnl. It • would bo dilticultv»nd"probably impossible,1 to lind any one »;»rk of Hctiou that allows ' a better •distribution of the faculties of a novelist. The plot, composition, •;style,' characterisation, dialogue, grim humor, descriptive and general atmosphere of the work, is a masteipiece,"and' so far as the epic.of Van Diennn's Land can lie'realised and expressed Marcus Cltrk has done it.) An .important feature of the production . here is tho lecture, delivered by Mr M. J. I BloomtieUl, who, in the simplest lang...

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WEDDERBURN ELKECTION MEETING. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 July 1914

WEDDKUBUKN ELKC'IIOIn' MEETING (To the Eiiitor.) Sir,—Allow me to siy I deirluired to tlie »tuiement of the- "Bendigo Adverti?er" correspondent tint.theWedderhurn meet ing irns "disorderly and bloke up with . boolioos." Tile "rounds nil which I re garded it us unfair were, that not only were - rotes of tlcmks formally moved and second ed to Cr. Williams after his address, nnd to myself at the close of my address, hut-1 also moved a vote of tlmnks to the ch lirnrnn ' at the close of the meeting. A slight dis order ut the dour, nnd outside the meeting as it lunko up, in my judgement, did not justify the general characteimtion "f the meeting as "disorderly." In regaid to the siiigint; of the National Anthem I tiud myself in error. Thtt anthem wits'sung :>t my previous meeting at Wedderhurn :*t the fame h:t| I, seeing I stinted' the tune • myself, nnd was felicitated on having the w<ice to do it, after so piuch epeikinj;. 1'his wns jnesent in my mind when I claiuied if. wa...

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Korong Election. (To the Editor.) MR. GRAY AND THE SCRIPTURE CAMPAIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 July 1914

Korotig Election. (To the Editor.) MR ORAY AND THE SCRIPTURE MR- CAMPAIGN. Sir,—Mr A; Gray has. seen fit to an iioiince/ at a meeting in tho Royul Hots!, > Fngleivood. that I waa; liis "chief tlouble' in tho rocent election,and li»Nin:«le ropre sen Kit i')ti8'cif my--action?,..-which I .do not . recognise us truth.- In.the interest* of fair play T nsksp*ce for reply.. Mr Guy seeks ■ tii evade the responsibility of his promise t'i support the Sciipture. Referendum by slying, there was ".i scintilla of truth iti it only." He diverts .attention from liis promiau by afliriniiifj there was nothing itj Mr John A. Craig's letter that authorised mo to make- known his view?. The iut> ■ portanfc point in—Did it contain i -promise iind did Mr Gray sanction that letter ? append-'the letter, which ._Mr Gray rend twice before sanctioning' Us'ttesjwtoli "to| " me " Wcdderhuio, 4th. June, W-U, Dc.ir I)io. Nicholson,-—Have just inter-! viewed Air Gray.vHe In. u»f favor . jeferend(iin/,_(»n tli...

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Mr. Trenwith at Inglewood. [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 July 1914

. Mr. Trenwith at Inglewood. Mr. Ticnvtilh. one nf llie m'x .-elected candidates for the .Senile in the l.i'ieu| interest, addressed a meeting of elect-it!, in tlie Town H»H on Friday ni^ht. • iwin^ to jiome misunderstanding, the till I ,,,, jv three-part# full,-but those present lieated to a very fine; address, dining tliu delivery of . which the speaker wis frB. quently applauded .The Mayor pi b>iiled. •The candidate said the people nf ,\us. tnlis- occupied-a privilege enjoyed by very few people in the world, in tliat they vveru self-governing to a decree ill it exited i„ veiy few portions of '.lie eattli. Kvery man and woman had a vote, and the privi lege cattied with it » cst'.ain obligation — the necensity nf exercising that tote. In the past a large number of person* hid refrained from doing their doty in this re spect, and that was a deplorable fict. The I government of the couiitiy was eury I man'.'" and every woman'* burners, rind ' could not he prosperous unless tlie ln...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Inglewood Advertiser — 10 July 1914

Strikes You at any Tithe. Xever kno v when or where backache pains will stiike 71m. The kidneys will wrong, and wiien lliey do the fiist warning; is generally tliniu^l) tl|e b ick. :'.Veilect means many seiiouj ill#, it's' mily a short f-tep from commm Jiackadhe "(o' i^Ueum flic pains, urinity disorders, dropsy, Briaht's disease. - Doan's Backache Kidney Pills cave avery til «*f the kidneys and blaeder. Read this testimony, it tells of a cure that lasted. Mv. George Male, Tinsmith, Brooko street, Ingtexnod, fays ;—"1 took D.ian's iJickiche Kidney Pills for an attack of linckache, and 1 .am pleased to Say three bottles completely cuied me. Before I yot these Pills I suffered terribly with pains in the .•'mall of my back. When I got up in the morning I could scarcely stand, and when [ bent it c.iised me great a^ony to get straight aaiin. Ileavy work wis out of the i)Ue=tiitn ; but J can do any kind of ' work now, for I have. not. had a siyn of 1 back lobe since I. used Doin's Biokache...

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