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FICTION. MARGUERITE'S HERITAGE. CHAPTER XXXIII. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 18 June 1896

-^r'\; FICTION;- f% ? MARGUERITE'S HEEITA&E. i ? Bt M»8. Geohgie Sheldon. CIIAPTER XXXIII. (Contiauod). He glanced .at ho*' in ourprino, for ho 1 had no idoo that oho watched Lira, ao ??cloiply. 'I am not ill, nor in any personal trouble ; but I have had bad news from Conotanco to-day,' horoluincd, obsorving hor keenly, to catch hor enprocoion when ?:? he should toll.hos tho vorst. ; ? . ; f .Coaotonco I .Oh, I hopo that noithor ?':??. ?;. ahe npr Alico io ill,' ohe roapoaded with ?;-\ , Boin&ensioty, , : .';;.? No, they oeo veil,, but Nool South ? -worth ia—T-loBd.' . ':''' .(?.'? .'?' ' ??? Dead !?' 'breathed Marguerite, catch : ing/ her breath olightly and losing a ; ' trifle of lie? colour. Thon aho added, in 7:'; atono'ofdeop oynipatby, 'Why, it io : veByouddanl What will Conotence do— si poor,. dear child ? It doeo scorn aa if oho ? has had more than hor oharo of trouble.' ': ??'.,???' Reginold was amazed. What' could thia wonderful change oean? He had almost a...

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Bendoc Court House. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 18 June 1896

1@!$-b--b €®aiffil; fflkus©.--. ? On the occasion: or tho last monthly Court of Petty Sessions held at Bendcc, we availed ourselves of the offer of a drive over, end an there W9ra several im portant cacoS down for hearing, wo' de- cided, to -attend tho Court and report upon name. After manoeuvring around for a shost tame, 770 enquired a3 to the whorcabouta o2 tho cdiflca whoiein the law was dispensed, and wero directed to G miccrapiy 01a. i-icuewy Eina ounpiaaiisa building, which reminded one moro of a shephevd'o hut in tho early fifties than a Courfc-houne. Af tss tslxxng a circuo opectial view o2 tho building end its surroundings \7Q found our way insido, and xrexQ at onca forcibly otruck with tho necessity for the erection of a moro suitable edifico for tho dioponsation' of tho law. Tho building at preconfc doing duty as a Courfc-houoa is o-dingrcco to the Victorian Government, while tho room, in which an offender against tho law hoa to bo incarcerated io enough to mako one shudd...

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Delegate Police Court. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1896. (Before Messrs. Rankin, Campbell, Liddle, D'Arev and Rodwell, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 18 June 1896

Belegat© fftolice Ctopfc, , WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1896. (Before Hessrs. Kankin,Campbell»Liddle, D'Arcvand Rodwell, Jo.P.V D. Ulmch, charged with the larceny of three rails from the Show ground, pleaded gnilty and was ordered to be imprisoned till the rising of the Court. M. Havers pleaded guilty to a oharge of language, and was fined 10a and 4s lOd costo. M. Sharp v. Alboit Helmers. Unlaw fully entering enclosed lauds. Flea not guilty. After hearing evidence the Bench fined defendant £5, with '6s 8d costs, in default levy and distress, or 3 months in Bombala Gaolo , - M. Sharp v. G. Armstrong, unlawfully entering enclosed lands'. Pits a not guilty. This defendant was aleo -Jlfined £5 and. 6s ' 8d costs, in default 3 months in Bom bala Gaol. Fine paid. L. Ryan v. G. Morrison, unlawfully detaining two drays. After hearing evidence on both sides, the Bench ordered the defendant to repair the drays and hand them over to the police within 1 ' calendar month from date. Defendant to pay cost...

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Mining at Bonang. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 18 June 1896

EMiImg at Bonangt YFBOH OUB C0HBE8F0NDENT.') It ia reported that Jfesara. Grant and Clancy's party have struck good stone driving north from the bottom level ia their claim known as tho Bullrusli. The etone is said to be about 7in. wide, carry ing fair gold. Tho same party havo got fair prospects in an old mine known as the Albert. Mr. Grant is expecting como experts from Melbourne to como up and inspect the claimo with a viow to lloat i * ing them on the Melbourne market. Mr. Robert Marriott is sinking a now uaaft on hio claim to otrilie tho xeot at about 100ft. from tho surface. The Eosobud io turning out como good stone, mid I am inCoi-rncd that it ib now under offer to a Molbourao oyndicata. I do not know what the terms are, but judging from tho richness of a piece of etone shown, mo from the bottom level, . and by a description given mo of the vein itbelf and the surrounding1 country rocks, , I expect the figure is pretty high. I be f- \' ' ylieve this to be one of the best cla...

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Craigie News. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 18 June 1896

Craigie News. (Froh our Correspondent.) It is said that Mr. Walcott, of Craigie station, has tuken out a slaughtering license, and intends' to supply the resi dents with boef and mutton at a very low price. This venture will, in addition to supplying a long fait Want bere, prove a remunerative one for our genial and good natured townsman. . Tho recent prosecution of tho lad's Armstrong and Ilolmers for trespass has cauaed much surprise, o.a it was thought a nominal fine of about Cs and ospen'cso would have met the case, and popular feeling noemo to indicate that the pre-' siding justices wore unduly hard. But perhaps they know pretty well what annoyance trespassers cause. Tho new store is doing a big business, and io apparently under vary^ablo and honorable management. The Rifle Match (Mr. 'Watson promoter) io going to be a big success. Prisqa o£ £4 ara not common theoe dayo, and al rardy I hear there are a good few .nomi nations.

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 18 June 1896

SHALL DEBTS COURT. Jy1 . At the Small Debt3 Court on the fol ;,,' '- ^ lowing' day, Thomao Ivill sued M.:Dob '^i,, ' son for £5 6s 9d, work and labor done. if i j* v A' set-off was filed by defendant,' Ver iij'/'r _/ dicfc for plaintiff £1 18s, with 5s coots. (,, I (-. ? — ? : ? : ? : ? ? ? ' (, Another find hes bsen made on the '' ^ « Who'd, havo thought it' lease, the, ' ' C property o£ tho Royal Mint syndicate. - On T-hursdoy laof; Mr. Mustard showed ' m Orboot c. nico apecimon of reef stone ;* carrying good gold. Tho otono is ohni ,*\ lar in character to tliat already found on the Royal Mint, and tho reof struck is - jiiobably a continuation of the line.

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AUCTION SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 18 June 1896

AUCTION SALES. On Tuesday ne\t, Mr. Maddison will offer at auction, at his Sale Yaids, Dele gate, G head fat cattle. Mr. V. Jonas, of Bombala, notifies that by ineli notions :rom tho mortoraurh'n K» »;n „„! ? ,:i x_ «J -J ? — .'.UA. ULLUU1J.0 lij public auction, vt hii SjIo Room , Bom bala, on 22nd July, aGiO acrej cpititi catad conditional piurha^e near Cono wong, with substantial t, o stoiiod brick lesidonce andothoi improvements theieon

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MIKADO TEA. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 18 June 1896

MIKADO TEX. '? Wn direct attention to Messrs Whatham ' ! Bros. advt. of the famous Mikado Ten, which is put up in lib packota and olb* t tins, and is sold at tho low price of la ' - i per lb Mr. R. Witton haa been appointed ,! Bole agent for Dolegate. *

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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 18 June 1896

Wcws and ^T©te§. Hugb James B. O'Hare, of Corrowong, has voluntarily Bequestercd hio estate. Tho quarterly meeting of members of the Star of Delegate Lodge, G.U.O.O..F., will be hold -at the Lodgo Room . on Saturday, 27th irst. Tenders are invited in this issue' for work on the road, Delegate to Toniboiig, via Rocky Range. Mr. P. Foley has a store with fittjnga to let at Delegate River On Sunday evening next the Rev. A. G- Miohie will doliyer an address on the ' .Life of General Gordon,' in tha Presbyterian Church. R, D. Meaghes- will shortly mako- a eenoational Btatomant-, Mr. F, E. Roger3,. Q.C., will probably , bo tho nest Supreme- Court Judge. Mr. Rogers' peculiarity is that iiio faco weara a perpetual smilej especially is this noticeable- . when he- is prosecuting a prisoner. ? . TherFull Court ssems to do nothing eleo lately, than deal vrith. -Eolicitors ia trouble. At least half a dozon moro cases are pending. . One member of tho Labor party gener ally credited -with brains c...

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Bombala News [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 18 June 1896

; , Bombala News ' (PBOlf OXTB. -CORRESPONDENT.) ?^VTi^Bpmhola-'Pistrict Court and Quarter ;,' / !- Sessions did not last long., Walter ?'A :' Farmer, charged with horee-stealing, was ?acquitted. There wore only t- few : . JHDtrict Court caaoa in which judgment , , 'wae given. ?'.'.:?.; The town wan quits lively to-day i(Tuosdaj-), no doubt on account of th-? .: Quarter Sessions and District Court, a ?'- \ largo number of jurymon having bean ,Bummoned. , It ia with deep regret that* I havo to announce tho death of Mr. John Coronel, '? who died at aovon o'clock this (Tuesday) evening. Though hio death haa come :', '? suddenly it was not altogether unox* ' .pocted, ao lie had boon laid up for about ; two weeks, and had been gradually grow-' ? ing weaker. Thuo one of our woll 'known f public men ha3 bsbn removed from ; ?; amongst jjua, and his well-known figure will ba groatly missed. Mr. Coronol had for eonio yearo been an Alderman of this town. Ho wan alco a membes oil the Ifeeonic t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 18 June 1896

'' 'C '?;''?' '.EHEITMATISM ! ' '? The Marianty Rheumatism Cure! Q-URE CUBE for Rheumatiam, Sciatica, Gout, oto., is the only Roal Permanent Care known. k3 It givea Belief in threw hours, and effectB n Cure in 10 to 40 days, according to tho severity of the case*. It has no rival or oqual. Hoa cured hundreds o? tho moat hopolss3 caoos, and.ia a. Godsend to tho' poor oufioror. Wo nond tdvioo FREE. To'thoco using tha MAUFANTY CUKE, — doa'fc doipair, but send dbtails of your Bufferings, and gat a aupply of tho MVRIANTY CURE, We htwe Testimonials from mony who havo boon long SnEororc — given up bv Doc^orr— who aro now Dwnmnontly cured. Tho UARIANTY BE1IEDIES, under PROFESSOR WATERHOUSE'S Treatmont, will euro you, whon all othoi o fail. The HARIANTY CUBE io cent direct to any eddresa on receipt o2 Postal Order or Stnmpo, carefully packed, and Pout Frco— 2/6, 0/-,. and 7/6 par bottlo, or thrco 7/6 bottles for £1; full courca, 3io. Dfovianty 'Elafcuia&tta and ' ©put Pills, 2/6 per ...

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HOMESTEAD SELECTIONS AND SETTLEMENT LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 18 June 1896

nojiESTEVD RifT^crroxs a\« Sr/L'TLT3MEM'LmSES. Tin Minislei foi Laudo o^pL.iun thai the object oi iho Cio^.-n Lands (Ilome slead Selection j and Sottlemcut Leases) Bill of !-,')(,, which passed 113 final st^es in 1 arli, menL on Thursday, is to allow successful applicants foi homo~,tnnd nni»n_ tionsoi settlomont ioa^eo totnko posses- ? Wm won of the land applied for without l!$M having to writ until the application ' §§$! have been ccn 1 nod by the local land ».» boaid. Ihrough piesouio of wo.k, and -W0S the necopsityot Liud boaids t.a^ellin^ #4$g ^rom place to placo, eomo dolay in eon- ^ ' $$$$£ urmauou lake 3 place, ^,hich) « lthough ' ' W$§ undei favoiablc oiicu-11,1 «,cej lnay be J#& sho^enod, camiol yo ,.ibly bo avoided -ji§fi altogetuoi. Tho now Act daalb with *BI$ futiuo application . ad with applications '$M& ?which me) happen at tho pi0 out time r %&k$ to be_ uuoonf.imod. A succebstui appli- \$$$ cant in iutme ^iU be enabled to take ' '? W& p...

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A Warning to Shearers. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 18 June 1896

, A Warning to Shearers. ^ TrLrcnvM has been received from Melbourne stating that tho Chief Com missioner of Polico had warnod ohearors against answering advortisomouts in serted in country nowspupcrs, stating that shearers wero required, and asking applicants to 'forward a copy of their references ' and tho usual deposit of £1.'J With roferonco to this matter Mr. Whiteley King, secretary of the Pastora les' Association, oxplaiaa that iu thn iniddlo of May last ho was first informed V] that advertisoments had appeared in tho , ?'????] Rivorina newspapers inviting shearers ' '?? to make applications for pene, and to * . ? ;;; 'forward tho usual deposit.' Hoeom- '''?:-: municated with the agonts and tho ;'^; association, and as soon as ho saw tho ? /! advertisement ho had good reason to -C'l believe that it was not bona fido. On ;. ? the same day he went to seo tho Inspector '' V.N General of Police on tho subject, and the ? ? ''?' solicitors to tho association also drew up '? '? an a...

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Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 18 June 1896

I Ciirreut Topics. Tm; most significant fact of tho Assom , lily just now is the absoluto luck of dis cipline which characterises Her Majesty's Opposition. Mr. Lyno is tho elected loader of this eocti^u of tho Hoaso, but it would be a, stretch of truth to call him tho recognised lender of those wbo wi*h t'j supplant the Ministerialists. Tlie Opposition, taldng tho Labor representa tives as Ministerialists, are in a minority of aboi t y--. They are likely to remain in numorical modesty uo long as tho dis organisation now prevailing continues. 1 - There are too many ambitious men in the .. - Opposition ranko, and each of them '? ' thinks himself competont for the leader chip. Instead of standing by Mr. Lyne , and fully recognining that ho is their elected leader, thoy are intrigueing for his failure. This is very unfair to Mr. ' ' Lyne, and it is treachery to party. Sooner or later Mr. Roid, like every other Pre mier, will bo tripped, and the Opposition v mutt come into power. It is, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 18 June 1896

i D EL^eiTE . ' . t t ':. A LABGE AND WELI^ELEpTED STOCJK 'o$:. v:,;''' . Drapery, Grocery 1^ . ??-;,-?.. .' to .;? choVs^;V;Vfr:om-/;;:;W;^.'' ?'????? '??'; .. Only FitsiHBlass -Jo6d^ kep^|n-'istp.pk ^^^^.^^^ , ? ./Z...Z,. ? '?? - '???'?.??',?? ???.'?***??,!'.?'' '-nkbi, B^ilSlEAD::fJ|l|iliiitR :;'?'. ?! as=^ ??? ? : - ?; ?^?.s r' ? ':?: ,; v' '~&& v. ^ ? ? ^ ??? ? GOOD - -' VICTOR :WA|B^y.|^^lgttcBak' Send for Illustrated Catalogue.! ; Our Prices aro very low for strictly first-class Pianos for Prompt Casli 'or time ... '? ??? ?'.'? . Payment. ' . ' .' ? ' . ?' '..:;.--rx i, The Best Tone and Most Reliable. From £7 upwards. BRASS BAND and all kinds of MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. Jjtffi) jro r S?33b 'QEORQE' STREET, ,SSfe^/'z^: The -arsest, Pian? BusJnesa ia Pbl '?^?3o^m^'. — — — j Australia. Four Shillings per Quarter in Advance. PUBLISHED AT DELEGATE EVERY THURSDAY MORNING. ??; Advertisements at Eeasonable Rates.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 18 June 1896

NEURALGIA, . ?? '.^ if ' ,* ''' \ NERVOUSNESS, ? ? ''^ }f\ ^ TOOTHACHE, . { 'W : WEAKNESS AND \?- GENERAL DEBILITY ' , 1 QUICKLY AND POSITIVELY CURED 'V . BY CLEMENTS TONIC, ^ * ^ ???? — - l?)i WHICH RESTORES ' VJ TIIE VIGOR, SNAP, AND HEALTH ' v ,)'-?' OP YOUTH, 1* \k 1 ' - ? ? .-. ' '^.^ Alderman J. Mudio, Bombala, N S.W , ^ who writes ou May 1 lth, 1893 . — I have ; , been suffering for somo considerable ' ' time from paius extending throughout ) the whole system, the seat of the pains * ^ was mostly confined to tho cheet and - down the spine. A doctor who wan '( attending on mo in'ormed mo that I -waa * ' suffering from liver and kidney diseasf. ' ' I took whatever medicine he orde-ed' ' without receiving reliof. I have aieo ' been in ono of the Sydney hospit ile, and ' I believe I received tho best med.cal ,, advice to bo obtained in tho colony at 5 the time, after going through a course of medicine prescribed by tho Sydney \ doctors, if anything I was worco than S when I comme...

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Fun and Fancy. THE DEAR OLD LADY'S MISTAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 25 June 1896

Fun and Fancy- { l-m TJIIT DEAJl OLU IxADY's WISTAlCr H ' \ ' ' .- . ? ? .. . , , ? ? ? ' i . , . .s-y. :fi ? i Old Mi and Mrs. Shuman from tho r rountij wont to town, and in going into \ / the hotol foi dinner saw a ciowd around ' tbo polico court. Tho old cou;-lo, with jarlonublo curiosity, iuquirod the cause of the gathering. Thoy were informerV * .that a man was on trial for beating hn ) j ;wifo. lodging their way thrju^h tho .bi'Ptanders to get a look at the pn&on( t, , the old lady whimpered to her husband ' , ' '?What a mii'deio is-loold iir creatuio , the prito:cr is! I'd bo afraid t) gtt ' I'e ir him.' ' -i 'Ilushl' warned ler husband. 'Thai isn't the prisoner; he hasn't been ) , brought n j'ot.' ' ? '.. .'/ '' It isn't ? Who ia it then P' , ' It's tho magistrate.1' i i MonE thoudli: devklopino , ?''. This now light thoy liave discovered that enables one. to tako a photograph of ? a man's bones without skinning him ' will ben terrible factor in the wars of the futur...

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Items of Sport. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 25 June 1896

rM ??? ,. . ...... ..?????.?.?: — — j ? Items of Spqri.-;. I An AuBti-nlnn record- eight duck eggs ? . inan injiingf- ... I . ' ' « Au«traliT.na all out for 18 ' woe too I iticrodiblp. The cnblo tyndijate wired I for u rdnfirnifttiou (remombprinjj the I JStanabury blunder) mid received it. I ' qjiu picvious Inwo^t =oro on ro- o d iu 1 . a ih^t-cli.sB m ilch was li), uud strangely ? .-'-.. euouyh it was mini.) by Marylebone B a«'.iinsb tho Austniliau--. The iM.C C. 5 bavo boon avun-red however. HI Against Marylebono in 1878 Boyle S ? t3pk G wickets for a runs, bowliug aix R - ma!den3cutof 8i ovors. Tho ' dunon' fa * .. Spofforth on tho same occasion took four SI wickots for 1G runs, bowling two maidens H out of 9 overs. B In the now historio match between the H M.C.C. and the Austral a is, Pougher H bowled Kolly, IUH. Trumble, Eady and B M'lvibbon for no runs. Ilearno bowled H ' ' . CSiaham, Trott, Gregory and 'Irodalo for H 'four runs. In a iirst-class match this B performance is un...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 25 June 1896

? ?? ? ,; v A;LARGEv^^ ????-???. :?:-'.;? ?..;',.?.' ?'?!':??. ;?'.. ?.'.;'??,..'?! ' I---...-* i= ..'??? - ,'.??;,'?-?. .''???.:?'?'' ']'??'.- ? ' ? -' V' ?'??;'?' '.'' '' ''''?'? '?';'.,'?'?? ''.V' ' '?' '?.;.'??? ?'?'?' '?'??,???? ..'? '? ? . '? Drapery, fGrpc ?'?':, ' ^. ? ?;;:-' :;^ ' ? ? ?'.'? ???''. '.?'.;' . ? ' : ? ?: V '??'. '.?'?'.'? ':.,-;-'' '??'?' : ? .'' .'?' :'.'.:;.;-' .?'?.'??? - ? ? . :,'; .'??.'?? ??'? c \ ' ?' ,' ? ;., -. ' ' ... ;?,:''?'':' ' : ?..''?., ','',-? : ' * ?-? '?? : :W:^M:^^ '?:?'' Only OPirst-class Gdods kept in Stock gulUK/riftH.Od, v; ? ? %.m^$$ akers. - Send for lilustrated^Cat^^S Our Prices are very low for strici.ly fust-class' Pianos for Prompt Cash or Tune ? ????? :.?' ?: ??*?'?. ???. : '.??'? % ? 1'uynient.;; ' /Vv '.'.'?'-.? ?/'??':'??/ ??'? ;':?-./':...-? .'. The Best. Tono and Mosi.'Koluir.lo. ~ Twm' £7- upwards.; BRASS BAND and all kinds of MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. ( j£-/^)-. ^336: .OEORQE 5TREET, ; ? ^^sasiznsansEfc,^ yff[ -r-Pi -/ ' ? The-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 25 June 1896

RHEUMATISM;! :;';;JM;fi The Marianty BlienmatismQiirel ' SURE CUEE for EhetHnBtiem, Sciatica, Gout, eto., is the only E?al Pftrmanent Cure known. It gives Bolisf in three houra, and effect a t. Cure in 10 to 40 days, according to tbo severity of thooaso. It has no rival or equal. Hao cured hundreds o£ the most hopeless caoon, and iB a (Jodepnd to tho poor sufZoror. Wu cond odvico FflEE. To thnso uo'DR the MARrANTY CUKE,— don't do-fair, but oond dutailo of your sufferings, and get a oupply of the MAEIANTY CUEE. We hj.vo To3'-imonialB from many who have boon Ions? Safforovn — givea. up by Doctor? — who nro now pormanontly onred. The MAEIANTY REAIBDIES, undor PEO.FE8SOE WATEEBtOU^U'S Trcatmont, will once you, .when all othe a fail. Tho ilARIANTY CUEE Io Bent direot to any oddrasa on recoipfc oi Postal Order or Sfcatnpa, covofully packed, and Post Free— 2/6, g/-, and 7/6 per bottlo, or threo 7/6 faottlea for £1; tullcourDOj 35o. M&iianty ESieipmatlgm ami -fi®it PiUs, 2/6porbor. ...

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