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Oddfellows Gala Day. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 28 December 1906

Oddfclloivs Gala Day. K.iVOP.rD with .fine weather, it wni fully expected that tho event of tl/ vear, tho OtldfollowK Bporff, -nonpl again draw n huge crowd! Tho dAj dawned as if made for tbo occasisn; men pouring into tho town from tjis fonr qnartcrs o£ tho compass gavpin indication of a record nttcml/mctv' ('Ah tho day wore on tlio indicatioHS vere nmply fiilfilled, and by 3 -ym. tlicrc were over 800 persons on fa? ground. Every centre within 20 tMs distanco tVitS IV IlltaUHlVU, lllUtllUI'M j#iyii.n..«i and even a represontntvo £ rom near Orbost helped to swoll Vio nnmbers. As is nsnal, tho dnr's jrrogrammo opened with a proc/?sion from tlio Scliool of Arts to tli/. ground, headed by tho Cmigio Bras!' IJand, followed by tho members pi tho Lodge in. fegalii with thei/ banner, in turn followed by a prfcession of 'all sorts' -^jf vehicles, £c. The novelty of a fancy proces'ion appears, so far as likely 'entrants nro concerned, to havo somewhnt worn off, or may bo tho timo an3 labor T...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 28 December 1906

WANTED. AN eiMninr; occurs for a SMART CANVASSLK, to work this and neighboring districts. Must havo own horeo and vehicle Salary and liberal commission to truitnblo man. Apply 'W.K.,' P.O. Delegate FOES SALE, AFIRST-CIASS FRUIT, SOFT DRINKS .ind CONFECTIONEEY BUSINESS. Good turnover. Satisfactory reasons for celling. Apply P REED. MR. J. SPENCER NOXiAN, OF as OXFORIi STREET, SYliXET, T| ESI RES to notify the lesidents tlidt lie has Opened a branch Dental Establishment, next A.J.S. Bank, fSombala. Tho Surgery is fitted with the Latest Improved Dental Instruments and appliances, to enable first-class Dental Work of all kinds to ho done at Moderate Fees. A Registered Dentist always in attendance at Bombala. Also a EcgUtered Dentist visiting surrounding districts. 'Visit^ Delegate Periodically, J. SPENCER NOLAN, I DENTAL SUB3GEON, / 43 Ovford Street Sydney. Ot? next fl.J.S. Bank, BORIBALA. ', JtuisU thus ' Fiamio for . $h-s cottage ttowcfiu, amdl ejicelleEnU The Palira^ PiaEiO is fkb~ t...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 28 December 1906

PEiai*maceui3cal Ghaictist, . .'?-? v'^DEriEGATE,'1 ' ' - Is now open for tho convonieuco of the gonoral^public. If Yon Reason I With yourself you will agroe tlmt it is OMontial to hivo a Chemist in your town. . , . ? A Pew Reasons 'Why Ho fa qualified, iip-to-dnto, oblipring, and- attontivo. . Kcopa. tlio l«3t aud purest Dru(rs. Can make tip any prescription you like to bring him, and oqual to City Pliuvuiacists. i Don't Neslcct , to support him. Semembor hn kcep.i ,i full supply of Patent Medicines, and of gonuine bruudu. . Si 3-I'«UT YOUR CHEMIST. Uuy your Patent Medicines from tho him who is entitled to keop them. It ia a. medicine shop, and don't you forgot it. Ifou aro invited to call and SCO US. Wieliinr; yon a Happy New Year and tlio ' Compliments of the Season. Mr. Ernest Bosch P.S.M.C (LOKDON), CONSULTING OPTICIfiN, — or— ' . Dlartin Place and Pitt Street, (Opposito G.P.O.) -°-8 Y ON JET ,-?-- Intends VIiIIING tins District uimn dates which Mil koudtirtlbcd in u future 103...

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The Whole Body Laughs. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 28 December 1906

The Wliole Body Lnuslis. Whon tho liver and bowels don't act, llfo is a ftilure. Charaborlain'a Stomach and Liver Tablote wako thoao drowsy organB, liko tho auu wakes tbo oartb, and tho whole body laughs. It ii fun to livo wlion tho body is in good (rim, but it ie covor so whon tho Ilvor and bowelo ohirk duty. Thoro ie moro happinona in a Is Ud bos of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablots than you over dreamed of. Thoy stimulate tho nor vous system and mako you feel young again. For salo by - E. Booth, Dolo gato, Pnosi'Enou8 Boga! Tho 'Star' states that (laaucially tho present Christmas mutt bo the beet ever ox perienoed in Bega.,

Publication Title: Delegate Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Show Fixtures, 1907. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 28 December 1906

Show Fixtures, 1907. Nowra — Fobruary 13th and 14th. Moruya — February 18th, and' Uth. Pambula — February 20th nnd 2Iot. Boga— March' 6th' nnd 7th. Bombaia— March I2th and I3th, Dolegato— March IOth and 20th. Cooma— April 21th and 25th. -

Publication Title: Delegate Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"The Worker." [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 28 December 1906

'The Workk.' Tnr. orcrnn of tlio Labor Paity in Now South Wales, ' The Worlier,' has boon considerably enlargod, and now con sists of oixtoon pngoa. Tho issue of tbo Gth December last waa the first printed on a new Hoomachino, which hae a onpooity of 2-1,000 copies per hour. In forwarding 11 copy of thia iflauo, the mn«nging editor informs us that the machine wna erpcted in record time, and ila clootiio eqnipmnnt was iiiBtallod with equal rapidity, the ob ject being to print ono isBue before tho election.' The raanngemont claim that tho iasuo under notice is the flrat penny newspaper in Australin to print a colored cartoon. It is noted that tho -? Worker' ia now in its llftoonth year, having grown from a small sheet printed on a ^harfodalo by hand powor.and itBTinois therefore rftmnrk ablo, Roinjr hand in hand as it wore n ith the Labor Purty, whioh has come to tho forofront of politics bo much tluriug recent years. Somo of tho idoals of tho Labor Party have not porhapB nxactly uni ...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 28 December 1906

5T. PETERS' TRIBUTE. A GOOD CASE IB PD1HT. Tho Oaso of Mr, 17. PARKER. (By a Special Heportcr.) tJl°Vrr idid th.° oul'ook ior tho oEuio tw disdoso n more roaooto hue than Win- B'ff?5s',rd by J&o narmtivo o[ Jlr. street, St. Poturs, who, oh bcinc-quosC tinned, by a pressman, soid :-* q ??» is now ?'out si-: months ai?o . co^L^^t'sK-Ltts^r to mo (or between two and tlirce j'ears, ami it is ncodleaa to aoy that I om very thnnMiil'for the euro which wS cllcc-Ud. How I would have got on but tor U.nwnto i Tonic 1 roolly do not *now, as nil oUicr rncilicir.ca I Imd taken could do ino no good whatever nnd you may depend that 1 tried more tnun ono Uunnfr j?uch a loui' term of ill-benllh. And it c-Zo about ;n nuito u simple way-bow 1 cot co mg with Clemiots Tonic, I mron I saw something aliout it in the paper ono ovcninfr, and by what 1 rcud 1 tlionnht it would bo worth tryine, ua our coses Bcuuicd oo similar. Conse quently 1 bought Eomc. and from that day to this 1 have had trood cau...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus
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Wool Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 28 December 1906

Wool Reports. .Kphnte, Boll. and Co. report undor dSte'Slat Itocorabor:— IJuyors, and sellers alikoVore glad of toroporory suroMiBo fronL'tho hii{h prenHuro' work iuaen'arablo ffora tho weekly Bales. Practically uo businosa is pasflinc, mosl of tho buyers boing out of Syd ney taking advantage of tho holiday's. The problom of how to moot ownprs wishemfor oirly roaliantiuu has been un uriauuolly\ difficult ono for brokers to nolvo up to-.tho pro«ent, nud a cort ain amount ofUinatisfaction amongst groworH on theWmeecoro during Jan uary is-inovitalilo, conooquont upon, the abpormally \Jato deliveries tbiti Boasbn. . If, howovor, owners will keep steadily before them tho rant that it is in no .oao's intorcritd Mint offeringH ohoulil bo bpyond tho power of buyers', to oxamino and valuo thoroughly eaoh dayi thny will bo moro inolinod to mako allowances for thuir broilers inability to put a partic nlar lot up to auction on a given day. Lirfre quantities of wool, which in a normal season wou...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus
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Race Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 28 December 1906

Slace Fixtures. January l^ocd i— Bega Aimun1 Mooting. January 1.— Bondoo Ticnio Racoo. January 0,— Candolo Annual Hacpu January 10.— Boiubnla . Annual Mooting. ' Morayn Annual Rbcph— Monday and Tu'osday, third wook iu February (ohow wook.) March 5-OrboBt Annual Picoa.

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A SPECIAL "PRESS" REPRESENTATIVE Gives Zam-Buk Great Praise. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 28 December 1906

A SPECIAL 'PRESS ?? REPRE SENTATIVE Qives Zam-Buk Qfeat Praise. Mr. J. T. Molnnoa, ;'a well-known Queensland Journalist and Explorer, for many years biecnl uo,\s \witcr for tho ' Quoonslaiulor,' jud no» attached to tho otall of that popular daily morning nousnapor. tlio 15ns bano -.' Daily ? rMaiP' vntu to tho ottor oulogisin« the lioilnig virtues of that Groat HoaliiiG Halm '1 cin not upoak too hii,lil- of tho e'Bcacy of Zam-Buk He aim; Ljlm mIiicIi Mas tho means of ? coniulotely curing me of what might othorwiso havo pioved a troublesouio infirmity. ^omo sis years ago when m tlio ' G ilf Coun try ' of Queoni land, I had tho nus Jortuno to suifel from a, bad ittnck of Donguo Fever followed by sovero Dy scr.teiy which brought ivbout on ub dominal woakni ?-- tl at I canio to ro nard as Hommonhcidj or orUmarv 'ilc3, and proitcded to treat rajself accordingly- 1 be infirmity, lion -a or, was of nn intormittcnt clu actor, but whon in evidence picked my 60 voro whilst Uio pcriodi of atta...

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Orbost Shire Council. COMMITTEE MEETING. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19TH. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 28 December 1906

Orbost Shire Council. COMMITTEE MEETING.' i-, Wednesday,. DkcembebIOtii. Pbkbkkt : Cm. Lynn, Rodwell, Munro, Johnston, Hillynrd anil Cameron. Cr. Lynn was voted toi tho ohalr. i. Correnpondonco was received fr6m tho Board of Public Health, e.xpreaB iug apinovai ot ina uouncils rmnoval of Us analyst — llecoived. From C. O. Drevermann, stating t)J°t ho was about to erect a houao on hia township blocks situated between Uludstono and Stanloy-streete, und aaking that thcBo stroots bo clenroii, .especially Stanloy-ntruot ; also point ing out tlmt auoh clearing would, bouodt other residents in tho vicinity. —On tho motion of Cr. Munro. eocond ed by Cr. Kodwell, the Engineer win lunimviLu iu lopurt ou tnu xnattcr at tho'January meeting. From T. II. Dorrou, directing atton tion to the fallen timber oo. tho rond between Mallncuotu and Qchoo, ami .offering to effoot the reijuired clouring for £3.— On tho motion of Ct. Hill yard, tbo Engineor waa instructed to inspect the roud and have it clear...

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DECEMBER—31 Days. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 28 December 1906

DECEMBER— :31 Bays. PHASES OF THE MOON. Foil Moon ? 1st ot «.' nm. L/.Bt Quarter. ? Otli at 11.45 a.m. Now Moon... ....... 10th at 4.64 n.ra; First Quarter.,.. ,.2Srd at 1.4 a.m. Foil Jroon:.......:3lBt Bt 4.44 a.m. f -1 ??:?? B s = a '.-. g s 5 «8 » ° ? *?. g g § I I . , ,f, «; I -I ? ? ? ? . - II M II U P.M. A.M. 1 Saturday 4 87 0 Cl 7 7 4 41 2 SUNDAY 4 37 0 51 8 1 C 20 8 Monday 4 37 0 52 8 Cl 0 4 4 Tuoaday 4 37 0 G3 0 30 0 61 G Wedn'ud'y 4 37 0 C4 10 23 7 41; 0 Thursday 4 87 0 65 II 6 8 35 7 Friday 4 37 0 50 11 43 0 30 8 Snttmlor 4 37 0 57 a.m. 10 27 0 SUNDAY 4 37 6 £7 12 21 11 27 10 Monday 4 38 0 68 12 6S p.sr. 11 Tuesday 4 '88 0 60 1 31 1 30 12 YVedn'al'? 4 38 7 '0 2, 8 2 33 13 Thursday 4 38 7 6 2 47 3 40 HFridny 4 30 7 ] 3 31 -4 40 15 Saturday 4 30 7 2 4 10 6 0 10 SUNDAY 4 30 7 3 6 14 7 8 nlMonaay 4 30 7 0 « 14 8 12 18 Tuesday 4 40 7 4 7 17 U 10 10 Wedn'sd'y 4 40 7 5 8 23 10 0 20jThnr»day 4 40 7 Q 0 28 JO 44 21 Friday 4 40 7 0 10 30 1 1 2,'t 22 Saturday 4 41 7 7 11 3.0 11 G8 2...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 28 December 1906

T ? _l / Supplies ft top the Season to foand! Toys &vjfi fancy , Ooods / ,A.T LQ-WBST ^I^IOEiS I NEW YEAR'S DAY wi REMOVE to Premises lately occupied by Witton & Co. fSr: TJisrioisr stores. ? J ? ; ? ,„ 7 ? , - ' 4 ^ - DOyNT simply .take - any 'Tea tltej, ferocer , ; $ «*..,- -^J' ^\- ? likes -to -givl^yofi. .; r r ][ y- ig^P. ~'N ^ -Apart, Yrom.'the j^ ^ &?/ ^m^EtI1 ?question of price,, more , , tf^S^fe^f^Sf fiayor' and freshness »0^-JfeSili are, 'to be found in' !^fc^ |'Bushell's' '* V*1' I' ' ' i Try \he 1/6 or 1/3, and see I SO£b£3 MEET — JCffll FB-KHMIT. MR. W. O'CONRIELL Teachor of Pianoforte. ^ 5* - ~ ; Muaio suppplioa to BALLS, SOCIALS, oto. \ AfidrOBBi o/o Eoyal Hotof ] TO. STAND 'Ell IB SEASON tSkjfa&evzl&o, CralgSe, Tjjz DnArt Staiuov, CHIEFTAIN. PEDIGREE — CfllErrAIN by Toilng M tdilc s by Mitdilcas (nun) Mntchlcsi van unaided first pnzo at tbo bjdno- rxlnbition Ib75 Yoimg Mntih Ioo3 dam bj DmyiOiin (imp) , grand di«n by Glouoli; (...

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The Belle-Crome Bellringers [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 28 December 1906

1 'Tlic BcllcCromc Bellriiigers The above-favorably Itnown company openod in the School of Afta on, Friday 'lust, to a limited house. This Sb unusual for tho company, which on former occasions had always1 boon leboiyed by a bumper bouse, and , wao ment, several companios btiviiiR re cently visited Uolegate. A wolcomo odiiitlon to tho company iolliea Nollio Itquxel, who possessos a lino soprano voico, and received- woll-doaerved ?oneorcs. Another acquieition1 is 'Alberto,' a clover cosjucist, o locont arrival from London, whose clover . triclcB notoninbod the audience. Alisfl '.'Bella Qromo and Mr Harry Fane wero aecprdod a good rocoptiou for their mandoline duete, whilo tho manipula tion of the bolle by tho company mot , with woll-desorvfid applauno. A* .boy 'ȣ olovon, Victor Masoey, gave a. clover oxhibitlon on the violin to tho accom paniment of Mr Ctomo. Mr Harry Lewis fnrnishod tho funny part of tho programme. Tho company , is a good ono and descrvos betttff support tlian it ha...

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Bombala Municipal Council (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 28 December 1906

llJombala Municipal Council m . ..-?? ? ,-^o- .? B ? . ?;???? . ?'? '-??'?'-'?? ' bSS (From oi/b' CorrkspoS*den'T.) mm A spkciai. moetinit of the Municipal f|§| Council was hold oa Friday night loot, |p| Aid. P- Jonas in tho chnir. EC. Tho Clerk otatod that tondora had P' ^ ' boon called for tlio sanitary work, day I. , work (3 doyo por wcolc) and lighting EL combined, and that uo tendon had e/- boon rocoivod for carrying op t the L1' Vfork. ?»?:.'?? :--? f Tho raport of tUo sub-committoo np K.'. ' jointod to deal with t!io inuttor wna IjU. :hon roud aud was aa follows : — ||$ ? 'We find thntolnl income of Snni K&jj tarj- work to ho about £0(5 12 0 ifa AvorngoI.iightin|*Katf- (JO 0 0 Kg; Geuoral Rato £200 0 0 ., ,' HH Sundiioa , 500 '? ? Mm ? '''' ..;soc/o o M .. ' , £3(51' 0 0 ? Hg§| Bxponilitato— . ? .. ray lutereBt G5 0 0 ' - Kh' Clerk --'.? 75- 0 0 '-. B&| Xnopootor 10 0 0 : ' WSa Rent. 10 6'o.vU '? §|| I'rinting \ 0 , 6 . : . ,0 '. \ I ?',: ?? ';?;? : §m Audit f...

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Victorian Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 28 December 1906

Victorian Notes. A Country Court action, claiming damages agatnBt tho chairman and members of tho committee of 'tho Viotoria Racing Club, wno scttlod last week Plaintiff was IY6dorick John Ofruen. town olerk of 'WilliamBtowh. and tho proceedings -wore taken be causo of 'unsault, arrest imprison ment and datention in onutody,' owing to tho action of one 6f defendants servants ft was stated that on 8th March plaintiff wont to riemington racocourso, and presented u tiolt'ot . in the nnmoof. MrNenle of thb.Willioins trttsn **Mh'rnni«l *».''' '.'T'lin mihtlinunuK rofUBOd to admit ?him,- us tho tiokot bad on previous occasions been used by Noalo. PlaintifC. wont away, .pur 'ohased another tickot and was duly admittod. The gftt okeepor. thoiK'li t it was, his duty to follow plaintifC and bring him boforo (he officials Jla accordingly pun ins Sanaa on.'.piain titfa shoulder, and detained him for Borne time,, and. this act constituted' tho assault and imprisonment com pl uned of 1 ho V R C p...

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The Poseidon Rush. THE BIG NUGGETS. HOW THEY WERE FOUND. (ARGUS.) [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 28 December 1906

'iiie; Poseidon Rusih ? TIIE BIG . N0QQBT3. . ilOW THEY WLRE tOUND . . ?' '(AlKW) 'OtrrLvisQ the main Posi-iJAn rash-, and ? Wnio'sc on the eaitarn ouftkirta of tho ' 'pe,i(ie-l-tn ground is situated the claim ' In which tho^OOoz. nugget wae uri. 'earthp'd on Tuesday, within 2ft. of the ' 'of the leaea by tho foa'r.pnrlnera in :. .'one of-fomonoa. Scardoly live Wfjoks OKO two Newbridge minors, Jdhh Con 'dron and Samuel Woodall wnlkifd to ?J iPoBe'idon. They pegged - ut ndjncont \ ' claims' on tho easterly limits ot tbo luah, and then 'decided to amalgamate ' 'their WferoRts. Goorge Brookn, who had previously worked nan tnave with Condron, joined tho party, but otillno ?' 'euccp'es . waa mot with. Auouc thrao Veeka 'ago Robert Woods, a. Wooil atodk resident, wh6 follows nvmine ttt ; Beiidigo, purchaeeil a ono sixth thnro iu iiiu uiiuui imm v^uiuirun una uruOKH for i'&, but aft»r Ihreo day« u-jrk lie L Bfiid/llo. - w'a'uiil N,thur po baok to a '??' -Vegnia'r job, n'rid'h'it bo...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 28 December 1906

Correspondence. [Whilo our columns are open for tho dis* ? cossion'of matters otpubliointerest, wo do not noccaaarily endorse ;'or identify our ^selves with tho opinions expressed therein. . — Ed.D.A.] ?;??'?? v . T;a/rnB Em-ton ontEOiTE Anoca. ?'.. ?BKAsfW,— Mght'Tpr?Bnme-on jonr .. f -'volanble apaoo so. fqr as to draw 1 ; attontion to tho Bubjeo; of historical ! ; ;,fl^ogropUy. Notion B ob well on ?:'-'. .individuals iave their f'Point of viow'1 ,;^ t^toil'nBtrote^ Thus Afrioa we behold ;:N';:?ijfrjiin'tha Capo end, we think of Africa ,(_';.; -£rom. the Apex ; whife England; and V'::?i; Europe; looking at/itB'base, regaia it ' .' '.'' /:ob a , continent . stretching far , away ?,': 'below them. To come nearer home, ? ' if we are }n Tasmania wo faol that Australia/is away at'ovo us, with Now , . aeaiana living ac our aiuo. due u wu !-are in North' Queensland we. fool that the whole continont.ie ander foot, with only New Guinea-above us, apd consequently our tendency would bo to mo...

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CONSTIPATION CONQUERED. Another Success for Bile Beans. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 28 December 1906

; X)NSTipATION CONQucK^U. Another Success for. Bile Beans. '. Vlf, I woro askod to . specify the duoaso or ailinout of Uioday, I Bliquld -unhesitatingly, answer— ? Constipa Bo' say« one of tlio greatest medical writers of tho present day. Ondoubt- . odly ho i« right I Just imagine a town ?with ovpry drain »toppcd. Wouid you ? be surprised to hnll paitiienoo ana fever aDoundP Hardly! Whoro Con stipation oxisU, tho -drains which . Naturo has providod to clour tho bodv o£ its impurities aro out of ordor, and tho impuriticg aro loft iu tho body. . Tho result in that ovory organ of the body is rendered foul. Tho livorand digMtire organs bocomo dogged .and ' unablo to fulfil tlioir proper functions, tho appetito is destroyed, tho hood oithor achea or frela dull nnd heavy, there is hoat.and fevcrishnosa,!! dreary don't-caro-about-aiiytUing fooling, a sensation of irritability with every body ana -everything. Sometimes, .also, Constipation brines on Piles. -How, if yon havo any of these sym...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 28 December 1906

XR3AS CHEER. Admnr- irto's AMcg 18 TO SEND XRlflS ORDERS EflBLY. Towards Xraas Time Railway and Steamer Traffic gets blocked, and un avoidable delays take place. BE WISE 1 Sond Your XMAS ORDERS EAIVET. SPECIAL CATALOGUE of Xmas Present's1 NOW KIIADr, * - ' ?' CONIAINING OVER I50O -II,I,nS*RATIONS. Post Free Anywlicrc Patterns, Frico Lists, and Estimates on application, -Mm Horto k 8ms, Only Universal Providers, Palace Emporium, Sydney. fizjjMk Horseshoer |!'|« General Black ^MkMim smith. WAGGONS SULKIES, and W00L PHESSES MADE TO ORDER. -' A largo stook of Seasoned Hardwood always on hand, ')j (^?SHOEING BEPARTMENT jb in chargo of Mr. John Jones, so well known as a ehoer in this district, ?alas. ? «T©aies, DELEGATE.-^ 'THE HOUSB OP QUALITY.' MEN'S READY-TO-WEAIl DEPT. Is t'.ii. 13!f«nmcnv^c buli riiunKo Hoc1.! ol llcn'i itciuijT'to-Wcar. All emnnaiU »rt of thoroughly frurttijrmatciiil. well nuda. mil ityli.hlj cuL Suniri Imlliiff lln« :— J!tn'« ne»Oj-to-ffc;r f«o Sulli.ln IVtrfj.SS/....

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