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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 10 April 1914

*« * h ] , COURT WISE HOTEL M E80N'. ; i s the leading Hotel of the District. - Commercial Travellers' Association House i This Old Established Hotel iias been Extensively Renovated, the Wooden Portion of the Building being Replaced by Brickwork, and Visitors will find / very Convenience. ' G-OOD STABXjI3STC3-. LOOSE BOXES. Eveiy-iattention for Families, Visitors EisHiug, Cycling, Shooting and Pic'-nic Parties. : : .Acetylene Gas laid on throughout the Whole Building. HOT AND COLD BATHS. M. A. BALE,, Proprietress. The Best ARE SOLD BY A LOCAL PRICES: SEWING MACHINES FIRM. £5 10s. TO £9 15s. leog Guarantee. EASY TERMS. Tested and Found TfiE BEST. In use all over the v-. Commonwealth. The Comfort of Thousands of Housewives. They save more money and do more work with less labor than any other machines on the market, and you tnn'l wear litem uu(. Ward Bros. ]S^OS>!irj 3G-38 Errol St.,North Melbourne J A M 1 E S 0 H . The Best Appointed Hotel in the Ranges. This Hotel has recently und...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Premiers Conference. THE LIONS IN THE WAY. [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 10 April 1914

Premiers Conference. TUB LIONS IN TUB WAY. To tlio many tho outcome of a Premiers' Conference ia always apt to bo disappointiuK Before tho floodgatea of talk nro loosened, tlio papers rofor light lieartodly to "questions ou which all thoughtful citizona nro agreed." Vor oxamplo, nobody who counta denies that Australia's vacant Bpucoa should bo filled with tho right stamp of settlor, that tlio lowest nito of interest obtninablo should bo paid ou tho .£275,000,000 which tho Statos owe, that a uniform railway gauge tvoukl make for national safety and ollicioncy. But when detail ib renohed (lifltciiltios of throe kinds arise: first, the financial ; second, tho Party; third, those dun to tho Stato dread of Commonwealth agression. | Unfortunately, it is difijoult to surmise how tho l'arty spirit is to bo laid oven for a I day. Labor forced a hido-bound system on f , 1 - I tlia Commonwealth. Under that ajBlom if the Cook Ministry doos nny good thing its ' members will go to tho doctors cla...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Chronicle. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Ne[?] temere ne[?] timide FRIDAY, APRIL 10 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 10 April 1914

Cfjc ©Dvoniclc. PD0I.I8HKD KVEltY FllIDAY. St'c temere neo timide. FRIDAY, Al'lilL 10 1911 THE Interstate) Commission lias bad a new proposal put boforo it in tbo shape of a bounty in the production of crude oil from shalo in New South 'Wales. It appears that a company was formed a few years ago, with a capital of £1,250,000, and a manager, whose remuneration was £5,000 a year, and 5 per cont on all money he spent for tho Company. He of course spent all it had and about a quarter of a million besides. As one of the witnesses stated, "thoy wont tho pace," and of course failed. There is now a proposal to writo off a lot of tho original capital, get in somo fresh money and have another try. Tho request made to the Commission was at first that tho public should give thom two ponco por gallen on all tho crude oil they produced from shalo, and they expected to produco ?1,000,000 gallons a year. Thus they wished everyone in Australia to bo compelled to contribute to a sum of over £33,000 p...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 10 April 1914

I,AW ilEI«VTtSa TO NfiWSPAl'EUS. 1. Suheeribers wlio do not giro express notioo to the contrary nro considered ns wishing to continue their pubscriplioti, 2. If eubecribers older tha diseontinuaneo of their pcriodieulflt the publistibr urny continue to soud them until arrears are |mid. a. If subscribers refuse or ncglccl to take periodicals from the ollleo to which tboy nre directed, they.nro hold responsible until tbry have settled their bill#, and ordered the periodical# to be discontinued. 4. If subscribeT more to other places without informing publisher*, mid llto papers nro sent to their formor direction, the pubgcribcrfl aro responsible. 5. Tho courts huro decided that refusing to luko periodicals from the olHco or removing or leaving them uncalled for ie prima facto ovidenco of in tentional fraud. G. If tmbscribors pay in ndraneo for periodicals they nrc bound to giro notico to tho publisher at the end of tho tiino that they do not wish to continue taking it, otherwise tho pu...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Ladies' Shelter Shed. [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 10 April 1914

Ladies' Shelter Shed. Tbo following is the Balance sheet o£ a bianco lielil on tlm 7th ult in connection with the above: RECEIPTS. By Cosh ... £14 0 EXPENDITURE. Hall 10 Piano ... Advertising C. W. Dale M.C ... 19 0 Total... Cash in haml, 5s. C. VINCENT, Hon. Sec.

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 10 April 1914

VHAX,lASB--| ~ MILLIONS-' TOTSEM&N WHO IS ILL ^ Only a bitter mockery. The world is full of delights in which he cannot share. He. can buy tlieia but not enjoy them, and is poor despite liis millions. This is spccinllv true of the dyspeptic-the man who cannot digest his food. When the stomnch censes to'effectually perform its natural work, food censes to nourish and ' causes pnin, heartburn, wind, acidity, and a host of other troubles which spoil life. Perfect digestion .fa the foundation of sound health, and that is assured by the use of the world-rcnowncd digestive tonic ^nd stomachic remedy Mother Seigel's Synip. , Maria ManueU, 91, Lennox Street, North Richmond, restored°ue iny lost health and strength, and that after many other methods of treatment had been tried in vain. MOTHER SE1GELS SYRUP GREi4l¥l SEPARATORS THE MARVELLOUS NEW TYPE CREATES A NEW ERA IN SKIMMING MACHINES. Works Easier. Lasts Longer. Skims Cleaner. Less Parts. j ( Power to drive is 40 »less. ^ ) Skimm...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 10 April 1914

of Mica St., Broken HHI, N.S.W. who has a vast experience in fever and operating cases, and during her pro fessional career has been associated with some of ADELAIDE'S LEADING SURGEONS gives her opinion, after strengthening powers of CI*EIWENTS TONIC LTD., "For months I havo read the testimonies of nurses in the papers, expressing their opinion of the valu able medicine, Clements Tonic, "I qualified for the pro fession over 40 years ago, and in earlier dayo 1 was associated with oome of Adelaide's cleverest our geono. Until 12 years ago 1 nursed in South Aus tralia, and am at present on the Barrier Fields- I have had great experi ence, and can endorse the ^ testimonies of the nurses 1 have read. I have closely noted the effect of medicines upon my patients, and years ago was satisfied Clements Tonic hud no equal. 1 am still of that opinion. Use this as you wish. (Signed) NURSE MENZIES." Broken Hill. 2-1/1/13. raamil, of ordinal Utter in t o,?',<!," of VUvitrtU 2W Ltd., Mo...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Early History of Victoria. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 10 April 1914

The Early History of Victoria; FROM A CORTIE3PO>*DEKT. (Conlinuod from our Maryborough has from time to timo boon the Bcflno of many largo rushes. Thousands of men coogrogatod on one rush and commoncod oporatidns; but lionring of somo remarkable diioororicB nuoh a9 that of tho Scandavian load ot Hiihic'iwfl immediately ftbnndonod their claims to tako up now ground in tho adjacent oroekc. The bills boing low and not vory thickly timbered, tlio sinking not Tory deep and only in some places wet, tho gold generally distributed and supplies of stores roodily obtuinablo it h»s Imiipnnwl Hmt ibis urea has boon moro completely prospected anil bettor dovolopod than | any other, or to bo moro corroot, almost any other. Mr E. O. Fnrrnll, formerly chairman of tho Mining Board of Maryborough Mining District, lias com municated jomo information relative to the gold workings in bis district. fTe says, "On arriving at Simpson's ranges in Juno, 1831, seeking for now fields, I and my three mates f...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
How Character is Formed. (Continued from our Inst.) [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 10 April 1914

How Character is Formed. (By VnriT RBT. P. A. CANON SUEEIIAN, D.D.( P.P.) (Continued from onr Inst.) Yot, why should it bo 00 ? Why should this lifo so transient, but eo important, bo ono mill ground from morning till night, with just an occasional break for food, or a still raror interval on the golf links or at tho billiard table ? TTavo wo not minds as well as bodies P And do not tbeso require tho daily pabulum of high thought, if they are not to bocooio hobotatod and outworn, ovon in tho meridian of our livos ? Kay 1 do wo not require intellectual as distinguished from puroly animal, pleasure? I pity, from my heart, tho man who has to drudge from morning to night, like Hood's poor Bcnmetross with never a moment's relaxation-never tho sublime luxury of a lonely hour with tho kings of thought. No success, howovor great, in bar or senate; no accumulation, howovor vast, of mere gold, can pay back to our world woary and lonely toiler tho intolleotual losses sustained by voluntary ban...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE DYSPEPTIC'S HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 10 April 1914

THE DYSPEPTIC'S HANDICAP. Tho dyspoptie is aoroly Imudicapped iu this life. If bo is a man ho can't keep poco with bis follows bocauso of tbo weakness and depression and tbo suffering that indigestion inrvitubly brings in its train. If a woman, fhu often finds it impossible to carry out tho daily household tusks, or moot tbo demands of a business occupation because hoadaobos di&treesiug bilious attacks, palpitation, uud siooploss neaa aro spoiling bur life. This strenuous ;igo wants mou and women of strong fibre, boundlees energy, and great cbocrful noes, but tbo dyspepi ic is not amongst tbo number. How cun ho expect to bo ? How can ho liopo to got through the day'a wurk speedily and ofllciontly if his mind is clouded and his system otoggod with tbo poisonous product* of indigostion ? Hovr can any rnao, or woman either, work well and cheerfully whon the well-springs of good health aud strength -tbo stomach, liver, and bowels-aro disorganized and weakened ? It can't be done....

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 17 April 1914

Commonwealth JgfeSanU of HustraUa HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY This Ban* is open for all classes o[ GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS at EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Abo at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Ifobart, Brlibane, Kockhampton, Townirillo, and London. Cable remittances made to, and drafts drawn on foreign places direct Foreign bills negotiated and collected. Letters of credit 1snml to any p*rt ot the world. Bill.* negotiated or forwarded for collection. Hanking and Exchange Buiinesi of every description traniaeled within the Common* wealth, United Klnitf out and abroad. Cnrrent accounts opened. Interest paid on fixed deposit®. Advances roade against approved aecurltiea. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Victorian Central Offlcs I 317 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. Branch** in the abore cities and 2,000 Agencies at Post Offices throughout the Commonwealth, Deposits from 1 /. to £300« Interest at 3% per annum* Deposits or Withdrawals may be made at any Branch or Agency within the Commonwe...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 17 April 1914

> s the leading Hotel of the District. Commercial Travellers' Association House This Old Established Hotel has been Extensively Renovated, the Wooden Portion of the 15itliding being Replaced by Brickwork, and Visitors will liiul I very Convenience. GOOD ST-A-BXiUvTO-. LOOSE EOXES. Eveiy attention for Families, Visitors Fishing, Cycling; Shooting and Pic-nic Parties. Acetylene Gas laid on throughout the Whole Building. HOT AND COLD BATHS. M. A. DALE, . Proprietress. The Best -The SEWING MACHINES ARE SOLD BY A LOCAL FIRM. PBICES: £3 10s. TO £9 15s. Lug Guarantee. EASY TERMS, Tca'fed and Found THE BEST. In use all over the Commonwealth. The Comfort of Thousands of Housewives. They save more money and do more work with less labor than any other machines on the market, and you can't wear them out. Ward Bros. WARD M2QS " " 36-58 Errol St.,Worth Melbourne JUNCTION IMDTEIi, J A P.fi ! E S 0 N . The Best Appointed Hotel in the Ranges. This Hotel has recently undergone Exteusive Alteration...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Darlingford. [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 17 April 1914

DarJiiigford. (l'uoil OUIt COKRESi'ONUKNT) On Monday last wo had about thirty points of rain which has given us a nice shado of groen grasa for joung Btock and now I don't think wo tieod foar for tho winter. Tho election of tho Fry's bridgo State School committuo tool; placo on tho lat April, and tho following were duly elected : Mosara K. 'Waturuon (chairman), ii. Allon, J. Anatee, N. Brooks, U. Miller, J. Qilinoro, and A, Gamble (corroapondont), Miaa Nickleaa (treasurer). Aa tho School wao out of debt and a littlu in credit tho com mittee decided to huild n buggy nhod. It ia decided to form a debating club for tho winter months, linishing up with a .Social and cinnco on tho firat night of tho dobato, tho date of which will bo ill my next contribution. [ nm told of a good way of destroying scrub. Cut all about JSin high, knock them oil' right to tho ground and nil paddocku whero a firo luia gono through should bo rung right aw ay tsa it prevents sprouts further up tho troo.

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Chronicle. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Nec temere nec timide. FRIDAY, APRIL 17 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 17 April 1914

Efjc ©Ijromclc. PUBLISHED BVBHT FBIOAT. JVEC temere nec timide. FRIDAY, APRIL 17 1014 SENATOR Millen, as Minister of De fence, has spoken a word "of warning. When the people of the Commonwealth turned their attention seriously to the matter of defence, they called Lord Kitchener to their aid and adopted his scheme though it involved a very large outlay. Lord Kitchener's estimate has been exceeded, and it is more than doubtful whether the ends at which his scheme aimed have been attained. Clearly Australia cannot defend the Northern Territory till there is a Trans-continental line running from the populated south to the practically unpeopled north; the Commissioners appointed to inquire into the construction of the proposed railway pi^t the cost of a broad gauge line at £7,000,000 of a 3ft Gin line at £5,000,000. Senator Millen is naturally alarmed by the financial outlook, but he is not an alarmist and, whilst appealing to military experts to keep outlay within reasonable bounds, ha...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sports Meeting at Jamieson. [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 17 April 1914

Sports Meeting1 at Jamieson. On the 13tli inat (Easlor Monday) the nbovo mooting was bold on the JamioBOn Rocrerition Rosorvo, ODd though tho attondanco was not'so largo as that oti formor occasions tho roBult was all that oould reasonably bo dosirod. On ho previous occasion was thoro manifostod | n moro gonuioo spirit of fellowship and general goodwill than on tho present ono. It would bo difficult, indood, to anticipate fniluro in connection with any function so capably ofGcorod as tho ono under roriew. Tbo Ladies' committee on tho present occasion WBB n fairly strong ono, and oach and all did bor share, which, undor united offorlB, goos i» long way towards making an undertaking a success. Thoro is not tho Blightost doubt that such a satisfactory etato of affairs it solely nttributablo to ovorything having boon well planned beforehand. Though all ongaged succoodod in making tho Bports n success the secretary (Mr M. G. Shannon) and bis band of committoemon acquitted themsolves crod...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 17 April 1914

LAW ]U>:r,ATING TO NKWSl'Al'EllS. 1. SuWcribcrs who do not giro express notico to tho oonlrnry nro considered ns wishing (o continue their i»ubscriplion. 2. If «ubscribers otdcr tho disoontimmneo of their periodicals, the publisher may continue to solid them until nrrenrs nro pnid. Jl. If subscriber® refuse or neglect to tnko periodicals from the ofllco to "which they arc (limited, they nro held responsible until they lmvo ectllcd llirir bill?, imd ordered tho periodicals to be discontinued. .I. If subscribers mote to other ploces without informing publisher*, nnd tlio pnpora nro eont i to their farmer direction, tho subscribers aro responsible. r». Tito courts hiivo decided that refining to tnko periodicals from the ullico or removing or louring ilicm uncoiled for is prima fade ovideuco of in tentional fraud. 0. If subscribers pay in lulvunco for pcriodicnls t hoy nro bound to giro notice to tho publisher nt tho end of tho (iuiu thnt tbey do not wish to continue taking it, Dlhcn...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Premiers' Conference. [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 17 April 1914

Premiers' Conference. Tho Premiers' Conforonce hns done con siderably moro than was oxpocted ; aa much; perbnps, ns lay in its power to accomplish. It has approved of a proposal, which, if carried out, will make an end of costly and .vexatious competition between Banks financed by tho tnrpayor; it hns roferred tho big quostion of a uniform railway gauga to tbo Intor-Stato Commission, a body bottor fitted than any othor to deal with it; it b»? advanced tho Slate debts problem a stage. Certain of tho members attending tho Conference havo agreed to <i scheme for tho tt'ilization of tho Murray waters, and tho onding of disputes rs to riparian rights. Ignoring all that was dono as regards less important matters, this is a fiao record, and tho work dono is a fributo to tho. tact and conciliatory spirit displayed by Federal Ministers. As certain prominent members of Vic toria's State Labor party were rash enocgh to speak of tho PromioiB' ConferoDco as a fiftoonlh Australian Parl...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 17 April 1914

iSiOiCiltb i'iVCv CAUSED BY BILIOUS CONDITIOI-, Nothing is more worrying to peo pie, especially ladies, than to havi their complexions spoiled by pim ples and blotches. Those are invari ably due to poor condition of the blood, caused by a disordered liver not performing its functions, and a remedy that will sot the liver right is consequently the only thing tc freo one from these disfiguring and painful eruptions. An excellent in stance of the elllcacy of Dr. Morse V Indian Hoot Pills as a blood puri fying remedy is related by Miss Vio let Bayley, of 3 Moorcs Street, off Botany ltd,, Alexandria, N.S.W., who writes:-"Just a few lines to say that I have been taking Dr. Morse's Indian Hoot Pills and found they do me a great amount of good: Pro* viously I was always suffering from llillous Attacks, in addition to this I had red patches on my face and was languid and tired every day. Having taken doctor's medicines without feeling any bettor for it, and as one of my cousins had re ceived...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Standard for the King's English. [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 17 April 1914

A Standard for the King's English. By PKOEESSOU WAX.TEII EirrstANN, M.A. (Ohiof Inspootor of tho UniToreity of London.) What is good Engliali speech? What form of English spoeob ought wo to impart in our schools? Whfit should bo our attitude) to dialect speech ? Theso questions tiro forcing themselves on our attention. Tho intoreat in tlio spoken longuogo h becoming Tory koon j of this wo bavo indications on overy sido, Dr Bridges, tho poet laureate, hna rocently iaauod a traot on tho prcaout etato of English pronunciation, and under its auspiocs a society for pure English has boeu founded. Mr Bernard Shaw shows his wonted alertness by pres enting a professor of phonotics in his "pygmalion." Wo have a Poetry society that lays utrcea on tho reading aloud of verse, Tho Committee on English nppoir.tod by tho National Education of Amorica, in its recently published report, states that "all ex pression in speech demands distinct and natural articulation,'correct pronunciation, tho eicrci...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 17 April 1914

WHATiiABE MILLIONS TO TEE MAN WHO IS ILL S232!EZ2SSEiSBSBffi: Onlv a bitter mockery. The world ii fill! of delights in which he cannot 'i, share. lie can buy them bnt not 7 eniov them, end is poor despite his millions. f This'is rprckilh- true of the dyspeptic-tile jnnn who ramiot digest his food. When the stomach ccnscs to effectually perform its natural work, food ceasvs to nourish and causes pain, heartburn, wind, acidity, and a host of Other troubles which spoil life- Perfect digestion is the foundation of sound health, and that is assured by the use of the world-renowned digestive tonic and stomachic remedy. Mother Scigel's Syrup. , Mrs Maria Manuell, 9', Lennox vStrcet, North Richmond, Victoria, writes on July 21st, 190S : " It would be impossible to overestimate the benefit Mother Seigel s Syrup lias con ferred tmon me. When my health was completely broken doin n through indicestion and 1 scarcely dared to look at food, Mother Seigtl s Syrup restored ^ne my lost health and st...

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