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Dr. Barnardo's Homes. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 8 October 1898

Dr. Barnardo's Homes. In the Summer Number of ' Night and Day,' which lies befora u«, Dr. Barnardo. devotes the major portion of hi» space to a. report of tho Thirty-Second Annual Meeting of his well-known Homes. Lord Brassey, tha Governor of Victoria, occupied the chair, and was supported by an influential platform. His lordship was able to state that over 34,000 boys and girls had in all been admitted to the Homes, and that 9,556 had been emigrated to Canada and the Colonies. Of th« 2,249 fresh cases rescued during 1897 it is noteworthy that only 746 came from London, this single fact disposing of the criticism sometimes urged against the Homes in the Provinces that they are simply Metropolitan Institutions. Five thousand children are under Dr. Bar nardo's care to-day, and it is the proud boast of the Homes that no destitute child has ev«r been refused admission. The other contents of this issue include the usual series of ' Personal Notes,' with portraits of rescued waifs ; two a...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mandurama. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 8 October 1898

Ufandurama. [fbom odb cobresponeeni.] Constable Grenager, who was to have been removed a few weeks ago to a larger district, and receive promotion at the same time, was unable to avail himself of the offer on ac count of the serious illness of his eldest daughter. T am glad to say however that now his daughter has much improved in health, so that at no distant date Constable Urenager will bs promoted to a larger dis trict. Wherever he may be removed to, it will be to the gain of that district and Mandurama'-s loss, as a more efficient officer it would be very hard to find. I see that further improvements are to be made at our Public School. They will con sist of new sheds, wash-house, fencing, and othar works, for which tenders have been called. A Sunday-school in connection with the Roman Catholic church has been opened here. It is held in the School of Arts, and is conducted by the Misses Fagan, McDer raott, and Curran. There is an attendance of about 40 children. The annual picni...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 8 October 1898

CRICKET. It is said that there will be no senior cricket club in LSlayuey this season ; as a nev matting is required, and they have uot sufficient funds. This is a pity, but we ihiuk that if a concert was got up, or if the townspeople supported sport as they should do, sufficient funds would soon be raised. We understand that a meeting of the old Blayney club will be held .on Tuesday next for considering last year's trophies, etc. The boys belonging to the Church of England Drum and tiie baud have formed a club, and are busy practising. Tue Youug lien's Debating class have formed a club, which promises to be a great success. The following officers were elected on Monday night : — General committee, Messrs. D. Reed, C. Bro:lie, \V. Mellor, W. !. and It. William?, W. Cock, T Niohqlson, with power to add ; treasurer, D. Reed,; secretary, W. Mullor. The President, Rev. A. S. Swift, will give a lecture oa ' Love, cjurtship, and Marriage, ' to r.iisf funds to parch -sea matting T:ie lestu...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 8 October 1898

An Irishman, who had jumped into the1, water to save a man from drowning, on re- j 1 cei'-ing a sixpence from -he rescued man, 1 looked first at the sixpence and then at the 1 man, saying—' Be Jabers' Oi'ui orerp-ud for the job.' Jn the Missouri Hirer near Plattsmouth, Neb., is an island which is over-run with curious mice. They have a golden brown coat, while the lower part of their bodies is pure white- y Their legs are pink and their I eyes jet black. . . . 'SANDER and SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTItA.CT.— Una«r the distinguished pat rouage of his Majesty the King of Italy, as per communication made by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, through the Consul General fot Italy, at Melbourne, March 14, 1878. Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam lfcrtiibition, 1833. Acknowledged by Medi cal clinics aud LTuivei'sities all over the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Extract in the market, products of s tuple distillation form i rig- crude, resinous oils. In order that these crude oils may not be ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Political Situation. THE CENSURE MOTION. WHAT THE "MELBOURNE AGE" SAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 8 October 1898

Political Situation. THE CENSURE MOTION. WHAT THI? 'MELBOURNE AGE' SATS. Monday's Melbourne Age, in a leader dealing with Mr. Lyae'a censure mulion, siys : — ' No im partial person can fail to see that the reason and the bona 6-les are with the Ministry, and uot with Mr. Lyne. The very thing to be ascertained is as tn whether Mr Young did or did not do what is ehtrgeil against him. If lie did, ho wouKl stand coudeniu-!'l without any formal censure of the House ; if he did not na formal censure of the House can justly condemn him. It is equally evident that a party vote, given on strict party Hues, with an admitted intention of displacing the Govern ne:it cm bs m test of the truth or the falsehood of the acoasation. Therefore, Mr, Lyne's motion to sentence the Minister for oouJuot which ia not yet atcertaincd is Jed burg justica— cob- demuation before trial. We regret this, becausa it is a false move on the part of the Protectionist lender, and a falsa move in politics always means a...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"OPERATIONS DISPENSED WITH." To Messrs. Colemane and Sons, Cootamundra. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 8 October 1898

'OPERATIONS DISPENSED WITH.1 To Mann. Coleuiane and Sons, Cootamundra. Dear Siks, — I have used the Eucnlypte Extract which I got from you, and am now quite out. of it. Almost «very possible com-' plaint 1 use it for, including burns, sculd!, cuts, bruises, ?soro throats, colds, chilblains, neuralgia, toothache, ifco., &c, and 1 do not believu there ia uuy disease it will not cuie if persevered with. In ulcerated sore throat or iiil'jined throut it is invaluable, having had personal experience of thu fact very recently. Where children or even adults me badly afftjoted i usually erect a kind o£ sin nil tent near a fireplace, place a kettle on the fire, and whou the water reaches boiling point, J. pour a quantity 01 tne iiiuaaiypie lixtlMCt into the kettle, and attach a Jong tube to the spout of lh« kettle, and make the stttani play about the patient in the tent. The steitn owing to the distiiucu it has to travel, when it reaches the patient is thus in a cool form and is not e...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Neville. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 8 October 1898

Neville. A Sunday School celebration in connection with the Wesleyan church was held at Nflv ille on Tuesday last. There was a large gathering of scholars, parents, and friends. The children assembled at the Church at 2 p.m., and shortly after, accompanied by the local Brass Band, marched to the cricket ground, where various out-door amusement* were indulged in, enlivened by occasional performances ot the band, winch, under the able conduotorship of Mr. Morgan, of Galley Swamp, displayed considerable efficiency and added much to the enjoyment of the day. Tea was provided on a sumptuous scale for children 'and visitors. A crowded gathering assembled at the Church in the evening, presided over by Mr. Thos. Pascoe, School Superintendent. Songs, recitations, and addresses made a full and enjoyable programme, evoking much applause. The Revs. A.. S. Swift, J. Onyons, and Mrs. Swift delivered addresses. Songs were ren dered by Messrs. Robins, Turner, E. Syke», Miss Sykes, and Master Walter...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 15 October 1898

A Great Injustice is very often done because somo self-assertive people imagine it is next to impossible to make an error. Shakespeare must have made an analytical study of the human heart before he uttered those warniug words ' Man know thyself, then others learn to know.' This is a lesson we should all try and perfect our selves in, and when this has been done we have to face the significant fact that unless' we cultivate good health, prosperity and happiness cannot abide with us. Holloway's Pills will aid us to do this. Tho most, eminent medical men agree that for the preservation of good health and cure of I disease there is uotliing to equal them. A soldier the other d»y was discussing politics in a public-house in Oxford-street Sydney, with two seedy labour bureau orators. ? ' Tell us,' tliey asked him, ' if one day the downtrodden Sydney workmen wore to re volt, would you fire on him ?' ' Never !' ' You're one of the right sort. .You must have a drink with us. Three pints, pl...

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 — 15 October 1898

'OPERATIONS DISPENSED WITH.' To Messrs. Goleinane and Sons, Goolamundra. Deab Sihs, — I have used the Eucalypte Extract which, 1' got from you, aud 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., &c., and I do not believe there is any disease it will not cure if persevered with. In ulcerated sore throat or iuiiaiued throat it is invaluable, having hdd personal experience of the 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 tire, and when the water reaches boiling point, I pour a quantity of the Euealypte Extract into the kettle, and attach a long tube to the spout of the kettie, and make the steam play about the patient in tile tent. 'IMi.. clukttb ntui.ir. tn lllu A i « f .. .... i ► l.o. tr. travol, when it reaches the patient is thus iu a coo...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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The Society Debutante. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 15 October 1898

Tlie Society Debutante* I When a young girl first enters society her immediate sensations are those of attain-' ?uent, triumph, and elation. In the first flush of her social career her imagination operis for her a long vista of pleasures, whose brightness is unsullied by the slight est shadow of care. Soon, though, the novelty commences to wear off, and she finds that, far from being a life of unalloyed pleasure, society, nice evury tiling else, nas its drawbacks. The health must be kept up, or one becomes a back number. For work of this kind there is no remedy on the market equal to Bile-Beans.; Keeping the entire system iu a thorough state of clean liness, free from all waste and impure matter toning up the nervous organism, purifying the blood, and keeping the female organs in regular and thorough working order, they achieve what no other medicine can do, i.e., of the body arising from over-indulgence of any sort. Late hours, rich food, lack of exercise, etc., all bring on, more ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 15 October 1898

Sydney Pest-Invested. We all know what poor old Egypt got when the Children of Israel were iu bondage in the land of the Pharoahs. Nobody sympathises much with Egypt, but there are many of us who would like to own Moses's divining rod, which would let us know exactly what is iu us. It would be a pleasantsr way of finding out that we have wor.us than with the X rays. But what about Comstock's Deadshot Worm Pellets. which would give us .the straight tip by curing as p Mr. T. Dodds, Toronto, says : — ' Our little boy, seven years of age, has been nearly dead from convulsions, caused by stomach worms. Four doses of Corn stock's Worm Pullets expelled twenty-five largit worms The child is now in the best of health, and gaining in weight.' A Knoxville lady also speaks: — 'For the past year our little girl has been unwell, starting in her sleep, grinding th« teeth, and very puny. We have given her four boxes of Coinstock's Deadshot Worm Pellets, and the result is that she has passed over fi...

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 — 15 October 1898

When Yon Cannot Sleep. So far as outside matters go a man can sleep almost anywhere. Habit settles it. A snilor sleeps in the forecast'e of a tumbling ship, aul a so dier alongside of a big gun in a bombardment. One of tbe best n:ght's sleep I ever had was in the open air on a prairie in Western America, the grass for a bed, a blanket for a pillow, an 1 my Inrse for com pany — the only living thing within fifty miles of me. But, psnaw 1 that was luxury cjmp.ire I with some situations in which men sleep souaii as bricks in a wall. Habit does it as we said. Henoe, Mr Fred Downs' loss of s eep had nothing to do wiili his being a commercial travel er. Cjji uionly, these useful gentlemen can sleep wherever uight overtakes them — in hotels or in trains, in quiet country towns or in the i-idst of a racket fit to drive anybody else fairly wild. No, it was not outside, but inside matters that kept Mr Downs awake. He tells it this wiy: '-In August, 1890, I found myself a wa/ below par, like m...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 15 October 1898

TOOTHACHE. THE new roinedy, VICTORY CUBE FOB TOOTHACHE AND NEURALGIA., cures the worst cass within ten minutes, Innumerable Testimonials. A considerable number of our customers liave already tried the new remedy, Victory Cure for Toothache and Neuralgia, and have in every in stance been eured. It is certainly a most wonderful eaaedy, and we trust it will become widely know. Hcan Montgomehik, Charles Pietzk r Joszpn Cooxbs, S Coomhs, Autbuk G. Coombs, Storekeepers, Marulau. The above Bsmedy can be bad 'at the Office of his Paper. A tf Ad PEB DAY t0 ILI 1 ft* ^ lje by £1 TO JLJM jersous of ei 9 titer ses, in gg their own lo calities, at work for us. New buoiness. All meet with wonderiul success. Anyoue can do. the work. .You dout need capital, ov about the same as none. We will start you. No epaee to explain here. But you cau make a snug little fortune honorably and easily. Tho employment is particularly adapted to tbe region in which, this publi cation circulates. Boys aud girU earn ...

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Two Tons of Gold. THE LUCK OF A PIONEER. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 15 October 1898

Two Tons of Gold. THE LUCK OF A PIONEER. Th- latest Klondyke news brought bythe steamer Moana, which arrived from San Francisco on 2nd instant, states .that the steamer Miohoel reached San Francisco on September 5 with nearly two tons of gold, belonging to the Bank of Commerce at Daw son, the Alaska Commercial C-mipany, and a very, small number of the 240 passengers wnu came uuwu uu mo vc.idci« Charles Anderson, a pioneer of the gold field, brought with iiim dust and nuggets valued at but ween 80,000 to 90,000 dollars. Anderson. did only poorly at the field until lately, when, during a spree, he bought No. 29 claim, on the Eldorado Creek, for 800 dollars. When he awoke next day he was confronted with a bill of sale over the claim. He then tried to recover his 800 dollars from the vendors from a property which he thought was valueless. Finding that his efforts were futile, he in desperation started to Drosnect on it. and to his surprise struck it-so rich th%t he soon took 300,000 dol...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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CHURCH NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 15 October 1898

SHUKSJil M@T]gI§. Church of England.— To-morrow services will he held as follows .'—Blayney, II and 7.30 ; King's Plains, 3 — Rev. W. K. Howell. Barry, 1 1 ; Moor ilda. 3 ; N^wbriJge, 7.33 — R«v. J. Onyons. PHKaaTTERiAK.— To-morroYjr services will be con tacted as follows B'syney, 11 and 7.30 ; Hob (jy!s Yards, 8— WsftLETA*! — To-morrow services will be held as follows : — Blayney, 11 ; Neville, 3 : Galley Swamp 7.30 — R«r. A. S. Swift. Norton, 3— Mr. G. Peath. Blayney, 7.30 — Mission Band. pATHOLic Church (Parish of Oarcoar). First'Sunday — Carcoar, 8.30 a.m. Bluyney, 11 a.m. aiid 7-3# P-PV Secoqd Sqeday — Blayney, 8.33 a.m. Carcoar, 11 a.m. and 7-30 p.m. Third Sunday— Carcoar, 8.30 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Blayney, II a.m fourth Suuday— Vittoria, 11 a.m. Blayney, 7 30 p.nf . Fifth Sunday (ivhen occurring) — Neville, 11 a.m. Cafcoar, 7.30 p.m. The Presbytery, Carcoar, 24th June, 1897. ?sm— — — r, ? i. ? ? Advocate g-ad Herald. UEA.SURBS; NOT MEN.' — o — SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1893.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Mining News. THE BLAYNEY COPPER DEPOSITS. No. II [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 15 October 1898

5J!«i 'g Me .vs. T^E 30VYNEY C01.JPEU DEPOSITS. JSu. JI. (Frjin the -V. Herald.} Qn t!j« yr.-sterii of the town foi' some Rjila^ in hoi th^'wid-siiuth (iirPction tliu g'o f o^i.ual fan tur#i« --: Llie country ;n« very simi lar to tb'Miu f.iuiid on most of the lie^t cupper fields of the colony. Outuro,'ping gossans, ironstone, and slates are found in many places lyi^igJbetweeu strongly defined coun try rocks of diorite and porphyry. For a good in iny yearns the mining portion of the Jilayney community lias spent a good deal pf time aud money prospecting abjut this jtart, and has succeeded in finding several promising copper streaks of more or less importance. At Quigley's Hill, about four £HiU-s snutli from the town, a Uluyney syndi jcatft has done a good deal of work in a saddle of the hill by sinking on a gossan outcrop to j a depth of some 30ft. Operations were then ^transferred to a point further south, where there were strong surface indications of | copper in a belt of slate co...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Commercial. J. S. LEEDS & CO. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 15 October 1898

Commercial. J, S. LiKKPs £ Cq. Fat Cuitl?,— }40 yarded,- Nqiw'.tl.ataudjtjjj fli^ toeivy supply, all (JuiUties solfj wejl, the ) radt- peiug largely retire? autei tiestherf nju-deli}* per . ft'e sold— 44 iii;llot;ka for.-tyessrs. K srr And jjilmuur, frrtn their Ti'iapera stau.ui, Q'leensiaud, |fi averaging £7 2» 3 '? f»t Sht'-jj — ^Qiie yarded. — We so' '1 lhrmi^li ouji Sydney fg''ft». ewe* aud Wethers, froui 7* 'lid' to -8s fla. Stoic Cattle.- v\'e sold 46 head tnixsd local cattlc at satisfactory pices. Horses.— Lug? attendance of buyers, but sales yvere draggy. iVe sold 25 head oi» account of Messrs C iristy, ^alque, Murray, Glasson, Pr.»tlgy f.xti other* from £i to £8, and a buggy at L12, Omoge( October }0. Wheat. — Mr. fl. B. Carter, wheat broker, Sydney and Melbourne, reports as follows October 13th: — Wheat is miioh ffriqer than last week, owing partly to the imprqvtment in Melbourne, where prices have risen Id, and partly to ocal ofierings being so light. ' A entail export de...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 15 October 1898

The recipes of over 3 003 different oils j Hid perfumes have been preserved in the j remains of lloman literature. LOW VITALITY. 1 DE. CHUECSILL'S Shuf ok HxpeFBosPEitEe or Like is preacribadby the Faculty for the care of Consumption, Caronic Cough, and General Debility. it contains two ot the prinoipsl injtedientg ni'caa sary for builJin/ up the huaiin frame, . And which are considered deficient in the .ab»re„ cjmplaiuts. Viz., Pnoiplioroua anil. Litne. It cannot Jtie too highly recommended lor Delicate Children. DR. CHURCHILL'S Compound Syrup of Hypho phosuhites Nervol brain food, and In oase of Main alar and reputatu Exhaustion hai acquired a world-wide natureion. Eaoh bottle bear* Dr. Churohill'a sig l'rice, 4Cr. Prepared only by SWANiST CHEMIST, 12, Bue Castiglione, Paris. * \y ^ v of ^ ?jzgsl , -\JGswr ^ V*-° * W' ^ M&uufacturod only by Thomas Hollo way, 78, New Oxford St., late 5SI, Oxford St., ondon £3T Purchasers should look to tho Label on tho Pota Mid Boxes. s . I...

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NOTES AND COMMENTS. THE GRENFELL-KOORAWATHA RAILWAY.— [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 15 October 1898

NO^S AJjD COMMENTS. Tub Grenitell-Koorawatha Railway. — A public meeting of the residents of Blayney ^as held in the Goqncil Chambers on Tues day evening last. There was' a fairly large attendance, and the Mayor presided. The following resolutions was carried unanimous ly Tl^t ttyis meeting of residents of blayney a^d district urges upon the Govern ment sue noeessity uc immediate effect to the recent recommendations of the Public Works Committee ' in favour qf the Koorawatha-G renfel 1 railway.' ' That be lieving that the Koor^watha-Grenfell rail way wouli^ best nerve the interests of the polony, a petition ba forwarded to the Minis ter for Works praying that the work be immediately proceeded with.' The hi :h exce'leuc: of the 'Signet' aromatic tobacco has made it quite as pipu'ar as the Sig let ' dark, and both brands enjoy a great - reputation amongst the votaries of the weed. f-EA at £5/5 pee Poond. — We have re ceived from Messrs. Murrell Brothers, tea merchants, of Sydney, a sa...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 15 October 1898

f%n p puflprt^e jnehdicines on the market. ^ . B YKfly are unlike most laxative reia- _H . IjMk ®3ie8,_hecanae they act direct oil B n I ihe yie duots, cansing the liver to JL B ?* ftala a spcrete and cMt inoreased quanti-. rj ?s N . tiea of this fiuid into thi bowels, rER DOX H »' thus fluehing the same out as a stream - af water v m would a drain. Defaetire bile eeoretion causes -various rUr\ ailments snob as Headache, Constipation, Costiye ^ nesg, Piles, lir«r Tronblej Rheqinatism, Indiges , HH ? tion, Dizzlneia, BozElng in'the Head, .Full-, ^??1 IIUIPIIEfff ness afterEa^lntf,&c„ as-r^BitEBEiN taken now and then milkeep one freefrom these digestive troubles,' their attendant eyils, and' -± ? 7— ? ? ? — — ? dangerous after effeots. Whenyou«ak forBile; Beans don t be pnt off with something else. If- yon need a purgative jnecttcine Bile1 Beans vrill prove eSectsal -when all other medicines have failed. 3?oh 'Sal& Dealers - Generally, or from the Bile Bean Uannfacturi...

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