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HAWKER'S FLIGHTS. Some of His Impressions The Sense of Direction. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 20 February 1914

HAWXER'S PLIGHTS. Some of His Impressions The Sense of Direction. Ono of the most interesting phases of aviation is the acquisition of a sense of direction, which to a person in Iho air for the first timo is almost lost. , Even such an expo.ioncet^ ir.an as Hawker admits the groat difficulties although ho :nay bo flying oi'cr Very familiar places. \Vhen ho made a call up&n Lord Domr.an ro.'cntly Mr. llaivkar h:td tho grcalfcct d.-fficuliy in locating Government House, although hq lias known tho district all his lifo. Hq circled in the air several ',imca looking for hi3 objectivo, and it was only by "picking up" tha shimmering Albert Park Lake that lie recognised where ho was, Mr. Hawker explains that as a pegon rises ho immediately loses his senso of direction. When Miss Co'.o was 1,000ft. in the air with Hawker on Friday morning tho aviator offorod to ch'allengo h«r to indicate whftro taondon lay from tiio 'fcip'ane. Tho lady pointftd ih %h« direction pf Brighton. Mr. Hawke...

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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Violet Cow[?] Se[?] Published Every Fridays Morning FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 20 February 1914

I Violet Coiuii Sentinel Published Every Fridays Morning | FRIDAY, FEBRUARY. 20, J9u! Show CLOSE.--Th* nh»ps will close to-morrow for Ihft reces Wween the hours of 12.SO and 6 p in. METHODIST.- tier. J. W. Edwards wilt conduct lunrest. thanksgiving service* at tho Methudist chu-ch, Violet Town, both morning and evening. CnORCH OF ENGLAND. - Harvest Festival serv e :r wiii lie conducted by lbe Rer. 'I'. Tinnijivnod on Sunday next st Violet Town (hiorhiug and 1 evening) and at Stony Creek in the ) afternoon. I As TrCK A.S TH!t Sun SHINES - ! Creed's Uooisarc the best in the district. j ex'raurdinarv bmg»insin Gents', ladies I and f.'liil .inn'# li;>hi and heavy footwear, i Nothing like it ever offered in the lybistory of the bout trade. Cteed, the | H »>1 .King. j KrsoA RACKS-The Enron Itnc" ) Club bus i-siud h £70 pro^rnmniu for . its S'. I'ntiio.'s Day .Meeting-TrUI : H.uidicap of £.10, St. Pal tick"* f);ty ( Handicap "f £18. Novelty I'.niy R !C0 ! of £7. DivHr-i El.nidiwp (Pi...

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A DISTRESSING FATALITY AT SHEPPARTON. FALL FROM SWING BOAT. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 20 February 1914

A DISTRESSING FATALITY AT SHEPPARTON. FALL FROM SWING BOAT A distressing fatality occurred at 5 o'clock bo Wednesday aftt-rnoon last week on the __ Recreation Reserve Shepparton, at the remit, of a fall from a swing boat. The vlotim was Herbert Victor Dancao, aged 16 yeara, yovngest eon of Mr and Mrs W. - Daaoao. farmer, of Kftrramomtu. It ap« peart that deceased^ with" another man, whole namo is Unknown, entered one of the swing boats, owned by Messra Bobbins and Field, travelling showmen. VViihout any warning, young* Doooan Ml from the boat, & height of about ten feet, striking the ground heavily with his head. Miss DUncan deceased's sister, was on the ground, and , when informed of the *ff*ir she wis quire prostrated by tho blovr; Tho ambulance was. sunt for, bat tbfcre was c.^tL-itforable delay in its arrival. A etretoher Was cbtained, on which the sufferer who placed, and was removed to Dr. W. H. Ga&i'a private hospital. The gravity of the cMe Was at once t eoog...

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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INTERESTING INVENTIONS. COMING AUSTRALIAN PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 20 February 1914

INTERESTING INVENTIONS. COMING AUSTRALIAN PATENTS. ! It is reported by tlio well known Pa tent Attorneys, Messrs. Or. G. Turri & Co., of "The lliajto," Collins Street, Melbourne, that in tho ordinary course, Patents of the Commonwealth is-iJl be granted iii respect of all or most of tho, following inventions. Comploto specifications and drawings are publicly available.' Milking Machine - hand operated , (G318-1275)-Tho teats are acted upon oy pads controlled by cords. - A. P. iloyman, purchaser from J. Neilson, Denmark. . Cultivator (0316-1275)-A channel iron frame, triangular with devices to receive and hold twines.-A. E, Miles, Victoria. Wire Strainer and Twister (G3S0 - 1277)-A yoke carries a winch barrel, having horns, etc. -J. ..(J'C:ilI;:[rji :1!1, Victoria.. Head Gear for Wiudmill (Go59 1-76)-This piin!]> mill lias toothed re diiction gear in an oil tight easing with oil distributing devices. - J. Alston, Victoria. Detachable scarifier share (GG1G 127!))-Wrough...

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 20 February 1914

THEY SAX That everything points lo a success ful dij's racing on Satuiday. That the entries are good and a big attendance is expected. That in view of the nnrnher or '?scalers" operating it the district meet ings lately, punters should bo 1 wary" of strauge b<gm>*n. 1 hat argument! hare taken place h.catly as to .when the quail season opens, some contending ibat it open* this week The data of opening it the 1 at March. That our cricketers had » good win at Tamlengh on Saturday, though scoring was low on both sides. That V.T'k consistent skipper lopped the list with 32. That tho wicket was tricky and several players received painful k.iocki. That Vi let Town has no match to morrow, ttie Goorani fixture being postponed on account of the races. That the weather during tho week lus been very tiying-an average of nearly three figures tip io ditto. That bush fires are raging in all parts of the Plato, and the town hrtB been enveloped in smoke for 6ome days. That Majestic Nut...

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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STRATHBOGIE. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 20 February 1914

STRATHBOGIE. Tho weather is extremely hot, and. it looks as if the real summer will bu prolonged, as up to February tlio weather was very cool. Oatcarlins is in full swing, largo quantities of grain being s:nt (o both Euroa and 'Morton. ' Tho Strathbojie railway proposal is causing quito an interest to be taken in this district by several towns, but, strange -to say, during the strugglo for this lino of the S'.r.ithbogip people, only Violet Town backed up this dis. . trict. While '- many of us would liko: to keep up the Euroa connection, anu mnko it oar market town, it is thought that F.uroa 1ms awakened too lalo to . her i.iteresta, and may lo3e the Strath. l.o;;ij (.o:in'.c'.:'o.i. The . people of this district ;>rj not !i';c'.y to quarrel over a 'qatfa'ion ol route, as there is a largo number (f setl'.eis 25 miles fiomEuioa,. who woild benefit greatly by a short lino fr.o.n any point; au-.l as the lino is surveyed from Violet Town to Mor. !o i it has a kmg advantage over other...

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MONEY-MAKING BY PATENTS. SOME NEW INVENTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 20 February 1914

MONEY-MAKING BY PATENTS.: SOME NEW INVENTIONS. J - A plough of an ingenious descrip tion is motor driven, and lias sliarcs which vibrato, The patentee in Eu rope wishes to find a licenceo in Aus tralia. ' He (II. L. A. Hubert, of Tlirycs, Aubo, France), considers tlio invention valuable for this country, and has . authorised Messrs. G. G. Turri & Co. to ascertain what use of tho invention is desired by any ono in tho Commonwealth. The patent is No. 12780 of 190S, and any person interested may obtain further particu lars from the firm of G. G. Turri & Co., of tho Rialto, 199 Collins street, Melbourne, by whoni correspondence is invited. . ; "Who can produce a useful invention ? in one:or other of tlie, following direc tions, rind/liowever simple, saleablo when patented? These are idtxis that appeal to'the. respective inventors men -tioned:- . A burner for weeds, and to cut grass away to make tracks.-A. N. and J. H. Mellor, South Australia. Another wire strainer - H. F...

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CRIPES IN HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 20 February 1914

'Utm-ii.-i IN HOUSES. Eutne time u<ro our h"»Ee was down wi*h » had utlaok of gripes, bty* Miss E. J. Coles, M" jorn Cp.k, N.S.W. I tri-d several r-inoiJiea but they hail uo eflfi-ctj ae a lust ff'souruu J ji«vo the horse three tea ypooiift'U uf Chamber nine Colic oiId Ijiurihoun P.-m-edy «nd no'iced nn improve* im/iu i/noiediatoly Ifc w»b SODD able to (iiul imhI iio*V j« Q6 well us ever. 8oM by K. Mitchc lt ib« iN oples Bloro. TWO IJOSK8 GIVK UEUtr. I am iu'joot to towel irouMea which pftiihc p»fu ,u,r* Incnnvenirncs, writ-ca Mr Alfrc.1 VVi»ue, i8j Auburn Aobumt Vj'c. hui two d'Ket ol Chamb^r'Ji'jo* Co'Hc and l^iiirrhoRi lUmudy givo imrocd rt-Jief. I HOI p'ea'el (o fcnouMhiTu Jo flu&b a e«fo eodcertaia rcmr.dy ao Obumburloio# Uoiw uod Diurrbooo, RoriT'dy yrd t»Uujjj beo^ a pottle bandy. fa'old Ii. Mitchell, the Peoples Store,

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PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 20 February 1914

PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. The Usual monthly taeeting of the above was held in the Mechanics' on Monday evening last, Mr Carter (president), in the chair, end . lair ttttendanto of members. The minutes of predion# UeetiDg Wore read and confirmed. The secretary vrcj instructed to write to Main Roads Board stating that rep resentatives of the Association would be pleased to meat them if they shou'd sit in Violet To*n. The President and Messrs Johnston and Rev. Edwards were appointed to represent the Association. The secretary was instructed tn write to the Society *or PieTentioa of Cruelly to Animals, asking them to appoint Rev. Kdwnrds hob representative of tii» Society at Violet Town, Mr Carter Npoke of the advisability of re opening the Gonangatdio East and Tamleugh Stnto schools as-half-time schools.-It was agreed that the secretary write to Mrs W. Jones, Govrangardie Enet, and H. Lehmann, Tamleugh, for a list of nr.mes and ages i.f children likely to sttendj so (hat the Association co...

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ON GOLDEN WINGS. CHAPTER XXIV. A MEETING AT MOONLIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 20 February 1914

ON GOLDEN WINGS. (By W. Howell Poole). CHAPTER XXIV. A MEETING AT MOONLTOTTP. Thou -bradest '-thyself-for fif^for i that-which will ' | Percliaiico- Never - last; or piease j thee for one year. 1 j London, the great metropolis of the j world. Its life--and death, its joy and | sorrow, its opulence and beggary, its ? Uuths and Jezebels, its Samaritans and i Gentiles, its births, <lcatlis and mar riages. Apropos of tho last, if not) least serious item,. beforo tho "nltar at i St. Peter's, a bride and "bridegroom kneeled. Tho cortege was extensive, tho spectators numerous, for even tho upper gallbry-was .thronged. St. Pet el's, always noteworthy for. its floral decoration," excelled itself this day; tho baptismal font in thei aisle, tho candelabra around tho chancel, tho choristers' desl;s, and tho altar steps, were lavishly bedecked with flowers. The golden eagle supporting on its wings a mighty bible, seemed to liavo no other, object in view than. to . hen peck-or. eagie-p...

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VIOLET TOWN RACES. TOMORROW'S MEETING. GOOD ENTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 20 February 1914

VIOLET TOWN RACES. 70 MORROW'S MEETING-. 0OOD ENTRIES. A record gtuhe.ing i& looked for to morrow by the ufficials of the local race ' c^ub, and everything points to a most successful outing. The prize-money. I'tnoants to £80, and the programme ibis time consists of sSv<!n eventa, th'd aiditional one being the Open Hack Knee, entries for which will be receired. on the ground, and which in expected, to attract n good field. Good entlied have been received for ench of the other iTetitJ, and it i> expected that a larger nainbcr cf horses than ueual will bs competing. It ii to be li'oped tlia the club "ill rpceivo better support from the townspeople than at the last meeting when the attendance was made up chictiy bv Yisitora. Thefiist race starts at 1.50, and the last (the Hack Race). »t 6 o'clock. 'I be admission to the en closure is 4/, ladies 2/ ; course only, 1/. J he following are the weights allotted^ by tile handicapper, Mr YV. Uill MAIDEN PLATE Firestone 8 ...

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CRICKET VIOLET TOWN BEAT TAMLEUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 20 February 1914

CRICKET VIOLET TOWN BEAT TAMLEUGH. Neiiher team was full/ represented )u their meeting oa Saturday lait. TumlengU being minus A. McLtumi-y 'Mill SVallis, while Violet Town was without l,anc and Meyer. Tile visitors won the toss and feci! tlle'hd ne learn in. A pour start wan nude, the first 'wo wickets goibg ft 2, and tho third at 0, ond tbd BtilmpH foil rapid y till si-Ven wero oat for 23, whan Konnan-nhd Daitaber put on IB for the eighth wicket, and Dunaher and Lowry n like number fur lbs ninth. The last viickel failed to odd to the tally and the short innings Closed fur 55, of wb:ch E. Danaber contiibuted 17. Saxon 7 for 23, Secured bowling honors. Violet T'owu started with Da'vies and Saxon, and 19 were up when an adjournment for tea wag made. On resuming Saxon net caught without addition to the rcore, and only three were added when -Keily was bowled. Davies uiid Rea took the tally to S3, when tho latter wag caught for seven. Without addition Dsvles was stomped fir a well tn^de ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 20 February 1914

Correct Time Wolfe's Schnapps 5? PROP. LTD., CORK MERCHANTS, AND SUPPLY HOUSE FOR Brewers, Aerated Water Manufacturers, Hotel Keepers, Bakers, and Refreshment Rooms. Correspondence Invited on All Articles used in the above trades. Note Address 304 FLINDERS STREET, MELBOURNE. The Leviathan ., Make It YOUR Store. THE LEVIATHAN, by means of its wonderful MAIL ORDER System, deals with the Country Consumer at long range. Don't think that because you live many miles from Melbourne, you will not he treated fairly. Not so No matter how far away you are if! Freight is paid to your door ou every you ORDER BY MAIL you will re- Order. You can return any goods ceive the same goods AT THE I you don't like, anything unsuitable, SAME PBICES, and the same privi-j and you will receive every penny off leges as City customers. ' your money back by return post. [Write for o\£ Oajalpg. '. TAILORING BY MAIL SAC SUITS TO ORDER. ??? .. WHAT YOU PAY. 52/6 WHAT YOU GET Tho Suit wo mako you ITUST ploase you MU...

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DISTRICT NEWS. Marraweeney. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 20 February 1914

DISTRICT NEWS. (From our Correspondent.) Marraweeney. - IT 4. * l l r_r - uunreBt thanksgmng lemces were conducted here i« connection wi h the Church of England, on Sunday, 8th February. The hall was nierly decorated with harvest gifts. The Rev.Tiunis wtmd preached a special harvest sermon and harrest , hymns were also stingy At present a conflict is heiDg carried out on (he Violet Town-Manr-field road, on what i» known na the Flat-Rock, hill. This spot was one of ihe worat on the road and badly needed rep.tiriiii*. 'I he members and adherents of tho. Church of hnglaud here are ondeavor i"8T to purchase nn organ for me at Church services and Stiudny school. A subscription list is b'ing sent around, and there ia every promise of the organ being obtained.

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POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS. [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with these ra[?]es and regulations it includes Pap[?]a, Lord [?]owe Island, and Nor[?]olk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 20 February 1914

f'bSTAi. RATES4VK0 regulations. . ...-.-t- . c. [Where the. term *'Tho Common wealth11 is uswHn connection.with these raies aud regulations it includes i'aima, herd liowe Island, and Norfolk island.] , LlSTXKiiS. For every J ounce or fraction thereof, .for. delivery, within the Common? weaith .. .. . .; .v. 01 for delivery .ill thb.. British, Eui- , pire '.. ........ 01 for delivery iji the New Hebrides, IJanks, -and'.Torres Isianda .; 0 2 for delivery iii-other piaeus ? ? .'. 0 2'J ,vLEf mi GAILDS.: For delivery within ;thu Commonwealth: SinKit, Id. each; reply, Id. each half, for delivery in, the Biitish. Empire (sec list of places' under ''Letters'')-Sin .. g!e)£ld. each. _ v r l for delivery, in New Hebrides, Banks, ani'Torres jlslanus-Single, ad. each, for delivery in oilier, places- Siiijlt, . "jd. each. POST CARDS. . Single Postcards impressed with the Id. stamp; and ltcply or double cards, each half of which ;has the Id. stamp . >H!i!res5fxliithpvcou,- may ie transmiUcci ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 20 February 1914

Vv ;,V- i ..."v ivi & Grain « Siiizis g Hides g Tallow r Bark § Leather n Brokers m mm Loan 6 mm Agency Co. Lid. All proceed?! Woal Sales Every Tuesday, Grsia'-"-iy V/eiisssday .. !©th<sr .Prc-d:icc TRsrco-Tiir»r-.": - < T/ccZt .."' Liberal A(lvaHf.«3 fi5sc!e S utter Shipments Uru'.ortaKon on ftwner'a Account Three Month's Free fiiorn^e on an C^ain roccivcd Into Store from Ir.t Dpcc nher to r>»March. «rtcr which ono month .illoved. neral Agents-Victoria, Rivcrina n*ad QweensJaticl for Cooper's She=;p JMo. ef Agents in Victoria & Queensland for the PcIntSne Snaui-ance Co., Offices: Collins and 5Sin£ Streets, Melbourne. H. H6NSHHLL , Uleniist, Euroa. DESIRES to inform the puMio that thu Greatest Relianoo can be plaoed in tliu PURITY and FRESHNESS of his STOCK, of DRUGS and CHEMICALS, as EVEIIY ARTICLE ia positively NKW-without one sincle exception. PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS " .ARE FOLLY and ACCURATELY dispensed by the Proprietor him self, at an...

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Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 20 February 1914

Church Services. Presbytoriun- Karramomua 11, Miepoll 3, Violet Town 7 30, Mr Thomai. Church of EnqUnd-Violet Town 11* Stony Creek 3, Violet Town 7.30 (Marvel^ Festival) Hov. T. Tinnisword. Ash Wednesday-Violet Town 8 (H.C ) ; aud 8 p m. Melhodiat-Violet Town 11. (HT), Upoti potpou 3. Violet Town 7.30 (bti, Rev. J. Ed war da; Baddugiitnie 11, Mr Williams : ftoho 3, Mr Johns in: Bidda.'innie 7.30, MrvPeauock: Eirlafon 3, Mr F. W«fl.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 20 February 1914

- Summer Ca$D Clearing Sale, Genuine Reductions in all Departments. .Full Stocks of the following, which we wish to reduce to make room for autumn and Winter Goods: Costumes,. Muslins, Calicoes, Underskirts, Cretonnes, Towels, Blouses, Dress Sheetings, - Materials, Remnants of all Descriptions. - ? - All hats at Big Reductions* We hare some dainty lines in Ladies Boots aud Shoes, Chandler's Underclothing." We have full Stocks of this well-known, line. Special orders taken and executed with despatch, "* J. BLACE1E. CHEMIST, EUtlOA. HORSE & CATTLE MEDICINES BLACKIE'S GRIPE and COLIC DRENCH.-It is a most effectual re medy in all cases of C-ripes or Colic. One dose as a rule Rives permanent and immediate relief. Many valu able horses are lost through not hav ing a dose of Blackie's Iripe Drench at hand, and dangerous remedies such as gin, Depper, ginger, etc., are admin istered w<th fatal results. Gripe or Colic demands instant treatment, and no stable should be witho...

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TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 27 February 1914

TURF TOPICS; (By "Flemington.") With tho CauIfietd'Autumn mooting iulclcd to history. tire decks will now be cleared iu preparation for a renewal of hostilities sit Klenungton . J "e Caulfield engagement has not weakened the forces' to any.^nlanniim extent, though, as happ 'lis ill all lug b?«ll| some reputations have been ? tarnished. Trafiuette. fcr instance. is not now the idol she was with the sporting pub lie. Imt, fs remarked Inst week- it .niav not be long before she win* hack her wavering fr onds* again. I! a '(inettiv wili have another opportunity of answering sfo" hepelf and despite _ hc? Caulfield ineiii. there is l ttle reason to leai th. 'e,As might have liei-ii exjiectcd. there has linen a ro-sliuffling' of the, ?New mark -t'" . >.- a r.^iU of the ( . 1 .'I'llll'"!-:. ,l"t -he: lv'S s),pv1 I. . ?vieains n mIher op-. qn«*;U<m. !>' a c.f,i.st in whieb :: el-:"' jump Vv:,.> from the bnricr means so limch. it i plain tliat the element of nncorlawty is "...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 27 February 1914

CilUI'IiS IN HOUSES Some time ago our h-nse was down wit d hud uttack of gripes, says MK« 13. .1 Coles, Majors Cr«*»k, N.** W. 1 tri scveral r-'intvbut they bad no effect; n last n-pouro I j»jive the bors« ihri'u te* dpoonfuU of Chamb.-i ains Colic in' Dinribuf n- edy .md uo'iced an uupr-»v inent im . .cdhituly Ho was booh able ?«. 8f »nd and now as well n«cver, Sokl by R. iHtu^e li »h- i'toples Storo. I\V" i»t)SKS (JIVE RlCI-l-KF. I ft'ii HU'jeot to bowel troubles which ciuu-e pain ..ml inenuwiuitmce, writcts Mr Alfro l W*«rn\ iSo Nu' urn Hd . Auburn, Vic. but *av»i of I'bamb' r'ain» Colic and H /nedy imim'tKfl'o relief. I* utu pioa-O'l to know ihrre is fiucb u hhTc and .-tM laiu rem'-dy u« ChftmberluitiH Colic Hi)-! I> «irb«'e.i Rt*ni"dv und ivwuys Ucei> i< no"K- Ii.IMV ^«>id by R Mitchell, th* P o».l -5 11' kv n f ils. .'P r yeirs w. >. v u-« £ Ch«mbe» : . i»t% (J'*u1 * " y- M. Il*rhei^ 11. Woo head W ii ttMHh N. \Y Web.4ve . ix <hi'dr.n mid n»V'...

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