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Better than Shakespeare. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 November 1898

Better than Shakespeare. At the close of a lecture to the members of a certain literary society, tho following, dialogue between a Scotchman and the lec turer was overheard — 'Ye think a fine lot 0' Shakespeare, doctor 1 ' ' I do, sir,' was the emphatic reply. ' An' ye think ho was mair clever than Bobbie Burns ? ' Why, th«res no comparison between them ! ' ' Maybe no ; but ye (ell ub the nicht it was Shakespeare who wrote ' Uneasy lies tho head that wears a crown.1 Now, Bobbie would never have written sich nonsense as that.' 'Nonsense, sir I' thundered the indig nant doctor. ' Ay, just nonsense. Bobbie would hae kent fine that a king, or a queen either, disna gang to bed wi1 the crown on his or her head. They hang it ower the baok of a chair.' The doctor's face dropped, for he realised that his lecture had been given in vain.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Marriage Settlement. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 November 1898

A Marriage Settlement. Many years ago a young man and -woman weut to a lawyer's office in Glasgow, aiid asked him to bave a ' wee bit o' papgr'' drawn up as they were going to be married the next morning. ' What have you got ?' said the lawyer to the young man. ' Nae thing,' answered he ' Then what have you got 1' s»id the man of law, turning to tho young woman. ' Naething,' was also the reply. ' Well,' exclaimed the lawyer, ' if neither of you have anything there's nothing to settle.' ' We mun hae the wee bit o' paper,'' said both the young people. ' But it's impossible to draw up a settlement upon nothing,' arguel tha lawyer. The young people persisting in their request, the long headsd and kindly Scotchman took some paper and drew up this unique docu inent : — ' Add lnmthing to naething aud ttiil there is naething, tak naething from naething and naethiug remains, but the the langest liver taks all.' This agreement was appruveu ut, uuiy siguuu, auu leit wun the lawyer Years rolled...

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 — 12 November 1898

An Alligator's Grip. There is ;i in-in in Morpeth, N.S.W., who knows \vh--it it i-s like to have been in the grip of a terrible nions-ter, and yet he lives to tell the tale of UU fearful experience. It must 1)4 undorstnod that an alligator's strength is three times as great in the water as it is on the land. In India this animal is held sacred, the Hindoos giving it babies for food. In face there is practically, ,no esc.-ips for :i man ? who is seized by this amphibious monster, and this makes the following escipe the more remarkable. Tho monster which seiswd on Mr. John Tubiu, the well-known blacksmith of Swan-street, Morpsth, is the dreadful exterminator of more in a month than an alligator kills in five years, and its grip is more terrible, be cause its torture is for years, and an alligator at least mikes short work. In fact there were times when Mr. Topin must have thought the snap of au alligator's jaws would be a cjnick end to a wretched life. Of his escape he writes: — 'Dr. ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cannot Sink. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 November 1898

Cannot Sink. Tt may seem preposterous to talk of the finest sea-bathing uu earth a thousand miles from tho ocean ; but truth is no less truth because it appears absurd. The sea-bathing iu Great Silt Lake infinitely surpasses any thing of the kind on our coasts. A tirst bath iu it is always as good as a circus. The water is ever so much salter and heavier than tin; water of the ocean. The human body will not and cannot sink in if. 'Vflil i»in urulfc Dlltj in it*. wIipi'a i-h ia fifty feet deep, aud your body will stick up out of it like a lisliiiig -float from the shoul d»rs upwards. You can sit down iu it perfectly secure where it is fathoms deep. iVttm lie oa top of it with their -anu-j crossed under their heads and smoke iheir cigars: Its bunyancy is indescribable aud unimaginable. Anyone cm float upon it at thu tir-st tiidl ; there is nothing to do but lie down gently upon it — mil float. The water dues not freczj until the mer cury tumbles duivn to IS -degrees abjve zero, ur 14 ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BLAYNEY POST OFFICE. ARRIVAL OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 November 1898

BLAYNEY POST OFFICE. ABHITAL OT HAILS. Daily (Sunday! escepted) from Sydney, Bathurtt, Crranrille, Gjulburn, Harden, Circoar, Mandur ama, Ljndhur«t, YWoiitock, Garland, Cowra, Brown's Ortek, T.P.O. So. 2 West, T.P.O. No. 8 South, Oiton Patk. From Morton, Barry, Shaw, Neville, ani King's . Plaint on Tueidayj, Thursday., and Saturdays. From ffraghanutown and V.ttotia on Wednesdays and Saturday*. DHrABTURB Or UilLB. Daily (8undaji eio.p^d) to Sydney, Ba hu et, GoulburD, Harden, Granville, Oarcoar, MaD durama, liyndburat, Woosetjck, G*rli d, Oown, Brown's Creek, Ortjn Park, T.P.O. No. 2 Weir, T.P.O. N... 2 rfo th. To Njrtcn, Ncril'e, Shaw, Unrr.i, and Kif g'a Phinp onTueidayi, 'lhLrsdoy, andSuturdaje. To Gregbumittwn and Viuoiia on Wedncsdnya and Saturdays. ,- ? ' Pesht Postage. The rate of postage, under the conditions of the A«k, on letters posted in the district £10111 and to any of the following post offices is Id .-—Barry, Blayoey, Brown's Creek, Burnt Yards, Cadia: Carcoar, Fganto...

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 — 12 November 1898

Mark Twain Again. Mr. Mark Twain has said soinu very clever things that havo been widely re- j psated, and his description of seasickness ? might be classed among them ' At first,' he says, ' you are very much afraid you aro going to die, but after a little as you gut it worse, you are very much afraid you are XOT going to die and heartily wish you were.' Few people could have said so much in so few words. A talc that may be of as much j nucicab ku 1110 ntcMtgc iomici| iriiuugu uuu put in so terse a form, is told by Air. Win. AttwooJ, of Hose-street, Glebe, Newcastle, who recounts his experience as follows : — ' I suffered for nvrny years from dyspepsia and constipation of the severest description, and I could get no relief until I chanced to come across Bile Beans for Biliousness. I was troubled greatly with a feeling of ful ness after ealing, no matter how little I might eat Then betweeu my shoulders I had a terrific pain. I had also an almost continual pain across the bowels ; so...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial. J. S. LEEDS & CO. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 November 1898

CoHnn^ercM. ?t; 3. fi. Jikeds £ Co. '^ fat Cattle -100 yai He 1. The mark -t was ea.iev /or all qualities, but on tilt ulmle gooil 'line! 6o!.l well, making 16i to 17a per 100H-s. W« sold— 25 JiuUncks Jor^tnfcnsiivi JJros:i,t«- £5 19a. »vnra»iug £5 2« ; 29 bullocks for.' Bo«»iluie ISa'aie, avcragui; Fat Sheep —Gupa.-4h.app sparse aD(J Selling well.; f rices * i'iw » it!ciil-5'l*ise of ^1 ''j'jS? *° 1* CS per; Kul Wt- s.il.I — ^0.1 iirnsalire 1 oh f.i wethcra for JU.I * IrfilME O'UI *MtL^L%rt(l-1111VMl,' fcb i» SI W O3| OU pieri.K. e*es fur %'H. ;Ful or, 4 JrJSkiey,' at' Si 8d Jto 9- lOd ; aO eww and Jaiu.« for Mr June. ^Jrennau at 5s S.I to (is 6il. Stora 3:uck — Ijiolilemm4 for «lie-p, especially ?mall lois f.ir lnniil paiMo'iiks. Wd sold 560 young ,w«thera for ill J. Kmsul. at 6s CJ to 7a id. Horsea— £ fair 'number -yarded, ^-ut n» good carts We s ild on account -4e$sr« CJarvin, lty&n, Bronnan, and others, 15 hea-i at pricae from £2 to iP3 id*.- -' We wish to draw special ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
England and France. THE PROBABLE RESULT OF AN ANGLO-FRENCH WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 November 1898

England and Prance. THE PROBABLE LiESULT OF AN ANGLO-FKENCH. WAR. ' Are tho French,' asks the London 'Spectator,' 'likely to rush into such a struggle without allies, for allies they would certainly not have? We do not doubt the courage of the French, nor their willingness to fight on a point of honor, but even Frenchmen do 110c fight without some rea sonable prospect of success ; and wlnt pros pect would there be in a war with England 'I If we had a land frontier with Frauoe, the French Government, in a moment of nemov jinctt about even a place like Fasuoda, might hurl their men across the frontier and take their chance. Jiut in' the present instance there would be no opportunity for such dar ing acts. During a war with England the army must sic with folded hands while the. French navy engaged our own. Now, the French navy is brave and rflicient and large, but even granting, for the purpose of argu ment, that the French ships, officers, and men are as good, or even a littltj better...

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 — 12 November 1898

SOLICITOR, — AND — jSomimssjionei? f -r Affidavits, MONEY TO LEND on approved ? ' Securities.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 November 1898

Now Up and Now Down. Notice the Blender column of mercury in your thermometer. 'Today it is longer than it 'mis j-esterJay ; to-raomw it raa/ b- lrhger still, or inuch sliorter ; you can't tell in advance. So it y.iries with the amount of heat iu the atmosphere. Very good ; but we al) knew that hetore, yoa say. Take note of another raeasuriug iustrumeut, flie'n';' one that you carry about wliitliersoever you go. We often hear one person eay of another, *; His spirits are very mercurial,' meaning that I it?y rise or lau unaer & igui mnuences i-iu ocners liiive protracted periods of depression of spirits, Bo:uetiines threatening permanent mslaiicholi i. In f i:t, iustincesof thU Itiuj are getting to be alar iui:-g'y ommon, nnd nny suggestions us -to the cause .ind the remedy mast be welcome to society at largp. ? ' Speaking o£ a recent illness of her own, Mrs Hajjar Jteroival says the doctor pronounced her fiilinent to be ' nar'voug debility.' The phrase is familiar and expres...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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CHURCH NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 November 1898

e&rasH 5a@Traeiis. pHrJRCH of England.— To-morrow services will be held as follows : — Blayuey, il aud 730 ; Gre'- hainstown 3— Rev. W. K How-ell. Neville,' 11 ; Barjy, 3 ; Newbridge, 7.30— EeV. j. Onyons ^ifKSeHEBJAN.— l'o-morrow services will be con ducted as follows :'— Blayney, 11 aud~7.3O; Hob by's Yards, 3— Rev. J. Atlam. Wesleyam.— To-morrow services will be hall as follows :— Blayney, 11 and 7.30— Rev. A. J. Webb (BathuKt). Norton, 3— Mi- F. E. Clark. King's Plaius, 7.30— Mission Band. . ' .' ' ' Advocate and fferald. JfEASKBES; NOT MER.' ? 0 ? (SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1898.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Remarkable Butter. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 November 1898

Remarkable Butter. ?The astonishing statement has bsnn mad e jtliat two boxes of tho Go'bden factory's buj.t-er which had become fishy in flavour ?.vere kept a little time longer, and then the butter turned out a splendid sample. .'Though such a statement as this,' says the Warrnamboql Standard, ' appears incred ible, it uiay be more worthy of credence when all the fads are taken into considera tion. The butter, which was pasteurised, was stored with the company's agents in Melboum', Messrs. C. W. Gray and Co. At the end of a month the boxes were open ed, and it was found that the butter wa- not in good condition. This was believed to hive been caused by biestingj in the milk. Tho boxes were closed down again, and btored away iu a coo] place, and when they were reopened it is caid that the butter was excellent. This assertion is endorsed by the pgents, who have not left room for the ques tion to arise that the boxes were confused with other boxes, as they say they conducted £he test...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Co-Operative Store for Blayney. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 November 1898

C3-Hperative Store for Blayacy, ' We are glad to state fhqt steps are being taken to try and establish a Gor0perative Store in Blayney in conjunction with a farm and produce store. The establishment of such a business place in our midst would - not only prove a great boon to the residents . but especially would it be such to the farrnp.rs of the district, who would then be able to como into town and sell their pro duce at the highest market rates without bavins . to transmit -it through unnatural chanuals to utber towns. This fact in itself sh'oqlt} be an extra inducement for the resi dents of Blayney and district to support such an establishment. As it is at present we don't believe there is a single storekeeper in Blayney who can bo regarded as a legiti ..inate purchaser of faVrners' produce, but certain it is there are none that go into the fjurchasijig system in such a bona fide and egitiinate niaaner aiid on- such an extensive scale as did the late well-known film of Messrs Haw...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Wedding Anniversaries. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 November 1898

fycddju^ Atmiversaricjf We fceJif JFre^ucjitly of celebrations q; ^ilver w^ijdings anil . more inrdy of gujileii weddings, hu;. the milrxl-m-;.s in in.itrie II if u ^are foore frpuiieiit iljan «:i« would suppose from tli.e^e fuiiotiou.-. lit the United S ate? $t$)' ffljebr-ite 'tlie :inni\«rsaries every five years. After (i-'o year? of marrio I life jcmiie-i thp :' wooden ' «ed(lin;. hoi! the utsua) fiinn of cnt^iUtininfnt is a cosy littl« ^lir^'i'ier, t-» wliicli the briilesmaiiis ami gfoom Btnaa m« i.idden, .iloii' with -i fow intimate fl'wn'h. -Everything, of course,- is chosen ,wi Ii tlia view of making the room as ,' wocMly ' as pj^silili1, note-D iper resembling; l-irc,h bark Ijein^ u^eil to write the invita tions on. As fur as can be managed, the decorations in the way of flowers are ar rjnged in wooden dishes, little toy buckets ,--i- |iails proving suitable receptacles. Wild flowers are especially suitable for a function such a* tli is, and the name cards should be of real ...

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 — 12 November 1898

TG0T11CHE. THE »ew r»inedy, VXCTOET CDBE FOB TOOTHACHE AND NEURALGIA, cures the wont case within tea .minutes, . Innumerable Testimonials. A considerable number of our customers have already triad the new rsmedy, Viotory Cure for Toothache and Neuralgia, and have in every in etanoe been cured. It is certainly n most wonderful cattily, and ire trust it trill become widely know. HOOH llONTGOMEEIE, Charles Pietze b , Joseph Coombs, 8 Coombs, Abtudr (x. Cooicbb, StoreVeepers, Marulan. Th« above B«m«dy «an be had at the Office of his Paper. . - calities, at work for us. Hew business. All meet with wonderful success. Anyone cau do the work. You dont need capital, or ?bout the same ae none. We will start you. No space to explain here. But you can inak$ & snug- little fortune honorably and easily. Tbe employment is particularly adapted to the region in which this publi cation circulates. Boys aud girls earn near ly as much as met-. Full particulars aud iu*tructio,ne mailed frse. Now...

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 — 12 November 1898

*? — T HJE — blayiy infem lill HERALD / I PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, HORNING And Circulates extensively through the fol lowing Towns — Blayuey Oarcoar Bathurst Oanowiudra Cowra Grenfell Millthorpe Orauge . Manduratna Newbridge Goulburn Brown's Creek Spring Iiill Lithgow Mount Maoquarie Lucknow Tuena . ' Zouug Sydney Newcastle ? . Wollongong Condoboliu JForbee Parkes Molong Forest Reefs Dujbo Files of tbe B^&yney Advocate can always bo seen at the principal Schools of Arts and Mechanics' Institutes throughout the whole o the Australian Colonies, aud at the Offices of the various Agents. ? » ? . PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL JOB PRINTING, IN EVERY VARIETY, AND STYLE. Business Announcements, Hand-bills, POSTING-BILLS, Bill-heads on Plain or Baled Paper, LADIES AND G£ 1 i-EMENS» VISITING CARDS BALL, CONCERT AND OTHER PROGRAMMES ? « ? ? /LGSXTTS — Messrs Gordon & Gotch, Sydney, Melbourne, and London ; Messrs Clarke, Son and Platt, 85, Gracechurch-street, London ; Messrs C. Mitcbe 1...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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BLAYNEY-HARDEN LINE. UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 November 1898

BLAYNET-HA.RDEN LINE. UP. a.m. p.tu, — Blayney... '' .:.Dep.j 4 65 9 65 11 C«rooRr ? C 45 10 36 17 Handurama ? 6 5 10 48 18 Lyudhurat ? 6 22 11 1 SS Garland... ? a a 27 Swan Ponds ? a a BO Wangaola ? a a 8fl Woodatook ? 7 27 11 60 48 Holmwood ? 7 55 12 12a. m 46 Cowra ? Arr. 8 10 12 23 a 1 ? oiop p,m, - „ ? Dep 3 60 12 40 56 Wafctamadfirra ... u 64 Koorawatba ? 4 43 1 30 60 Orowtber ? ! a 74 Bondick Morrel ...! a 80 Monteaglo ? ' a 90 BurrangODg ? j a W2 Young ? Arr. 6 20 8 60 ? Dep. 6 66 8 0 103 Kiugayale ? a 110 Demoudrille ? 8 10 8 50 111 Murrumburrab ... a a 118 Harden ... .^Arr. 8 80 i 6 DUWN. a.m. ' p.m. — Harden ? Dep. G 20 9 10 2 Murrwnburrah ... a a S Demoadrillo ... ... 6 48 9 30 10 Kingetale ? a a 21 JToung ? Arr. 7 51 10 20 „ ? Dep. 8 6 10 25 23 Burransonsr ...... a n S3 Monteaglo ? a a 30 Bendick Morrel ... a a 44 Crowther ? a a 49 Koorawatua ? 9 51 11 53 67 Watfcaraadarra ... a a.m. 67 Cowra ? Arr. 10 45 12 88 atop p.m. „ ... ...Dep 6-40 12 66 TO Holmwood ? 5 55 1 10 7...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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AILWAY TIME-TABLE DOWN [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 November 1898

AIL WAT TIME-TABLE .DOWN W». I . - Eutiott. J Ptia. | j[»D. ? ? ? ' * o.lu. p.iu — Srdnfy ... ... ... Dep 10 16 8 0 8 Homrbuth ? ... .., 13 Gh-anville ... ? 11 Parramatta ? ; ? 8 SI it BlaektowB ... ? „. ... . 36 ttSo'y B1I ? SS Sr. Mary1! ... ? Si Pfnrhh^ ? Arr. 11 2S 0 6 „ ? ... Drti. 11 80 0 8 IC Emn'PIans ? 11 8S 0 10« S9 Luoafrilla ... ... , ? a 40 Glenbrcok ? 11 SO « filmland , ? .;-.-,.. »ll *7a i5 Ear»b«r ... ... ... ... a 45 TheV.llay ? 18 5« ... 48 Bpringwood ? 12 16 49 Faulconbriflge ? ... 12 23a ?2 ITuraantia ? « 68 Linden ? 13 84 $4 \Voot4ford ... ? 12 45a 56 tTfliolbrook ? e 68 LawjoB ? 14 10 SO «2 Wontwor U Fall» ? 1 20 60 KatoomWa ? 1 88 11 6 78 Med'ow ? « 73 Blacktea'b ? 2 11 89 r/ M9U«t Tietoria ... [^ « j0 \\ «»fl 61 ITsrlley Vale ? 2 89a 18 lam 83 Bell ... ? ? 8 4G 12 8 88 Clarence Siding ? 8 2 12 24 92 ZigZ.g ? ? 3 16 12 37 S3 Eel Bank ? : 8 28 12 tO 96 Lithgow ? S 31 12 64 97 Bewenftls ... ... ? 8 35 12 68a 101 Marrangaroo ? 8 42a 10 16S Wallfiuwang ? 3 63 1 24...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 November 1898

^SSSj^^ Manufactured only by Thomas Hollow»y, 78, Hew Oxford St., late 6». Oxford St. onion ^ffy ta~ Furehaseri thoold look to tk« Xabsl on the Fotf snd Bom. ' s / If the addreie is rot 633, OXTOBD EHtlET, LONDON, they are spnrlow. The Case of ) Mr. Arthur Thompson, Lai* President of the BAKERS' UNION. (From the ' Liverpool Herald,' Avg. 20lh, 1S9S.) (HV SrECIAL INQUIRY.) Mr. Tl ompson noiv resides in Scott-st, Liverpool. A llirald rc-poner met him tho oilier day and at once entered into lonvcrsntion. ' I am infoiined that sonic time ago you were very ill ' said our reporter. ' Yes,' replied lie, 'my system was all nc.oBs. I Couldn't Eat my Meals. ' ] Inul fancies for various sorts of foods, but when they Mere placed before me I couldn't eitt them. The sa iva in my mouth had a most disagreeable mid bitter taste. My Food Lay Heavily on my cheat, and instead of digesting, fer mi ntctl, turueil sour, anil caused freqiiont Ijelchings.' ' Wns there any pain ? ' . ' Most 'lociilcil pniii....

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 November 1898

? j 'Xia.« j^iTeramd its sjpepla.1 ; VlfjC-p§k:g ^f j . Che liver iB a fibrous glangulor body, tend its special duty is to remove noxibusSindL .V';';, -^ ; poisonous matter fro» the blood. It also secrets and furniehcB the bilCj which is on« *V ;:'' ... ' ? crE the indispeosible elements for the digestion of food. Tlio eymptoms of ,* soutid;*; ;''.;' I liverareoheerfohiesaof mind, and perfect health fulness and viRorof the wholatody. LV, ; . ? . J One thing really may be certain — if anything be wrong with him or her there is fl . jost About five chances to the hundred there cannot be anything elae than liver trouble,''! ' ' When the liver has gone wrong, the symptoms vary greatly in different persons. Other' L* ) organs are extremely liable t».suffer iu sympathy, and when this happens, many mis- j ) guided sufferers make the mistake of, using medicines for these effects— instead of 7, 1 applying the proper remedy at tho fountain head of their sufferings that is to say— at J . ) the...

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