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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922

The Glideograph. Special Productions for To-Night (Saturday), Tuesday and Thursday. To-Night (Saturday, I7th)~ ALICE CALHOUN in PRINCESS JONES, sooofeet. A VETAGRAPH Superb Feature. Men Actually threw their heart at heir's f their wealth at her feet. Maledom was thrille^ with aspirations when this pseudo princess entered its ranks., but wherever there's Royalty there's sure to be an anarchist!-A CHARMING PHOTOPLAY. Supported by THE BAKERY (L Semon Comedy), PATH1? RWIIlty, PATHE GAZETTE, and episode 5 of THE SOLENT AVENGER (the great Vitagraph Serial). Tuesday, June 20 th. A Dramatic Arrow that PierceB to the Heart. , I j HEBBEUT BAWLINSON in PASSERS BY,eoooft. A Blackton Feature. A story of a Great Love, aad a Reward of GeiuN rosity. GAZE OCT OF YOUR WINDOW AT THE PASSERS BY. Yon ar« looking at the comedy, the tragedy, the drama of life. C. Haflflnn Chain" bers, the eminent playwright found inspiration in "Passers By" created a wonderful stage success fifcm which haB come A SUPERB P...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922

Quite Different. Tlir orili'inrj i-nuirli m (ti- to ' * I Hiq 'nroHf, t.ut i*1 hy* n»i pnwvr fc * :t ; T-MRFIRY is net ri-mplnip. .-'t d a srcntnl ntriiik minora lislili- '(i tr I'ow i ri:.in"^ C.i{>Mii' dy i.» (juiic t-ruif i' i <?' !v-nirlics, l ut .i'~o i.t-.-tip. tiint i».- <fl" t ? |in's are R< Bt'"? tn * l-.oiOthv r"' ifi'i " ,8" ?! of a future attack 1B removi i. £ .1 \iy Ilugb SRViiiv (ltd A I' lrtii II 1. .< ? Rare and Beautiful In il-.#* l'i'.TEHiSKN NorswicF. ready for )rnm*dinir planting, arc 50,000 Rose Yjn'e, tumpiisinji over MO nainrd var« i'-iit-*. 'i'b'-y H-prcwijt ihe vrry cream »>f the Hoar Woild, producing cxquie* itHy formed biennis nf delicate hues, each of wlitcb would gladden (lie heart of the rose connolMeur. Wc specify a wVrllon of Dwarf Alexander Hill ti ray-Lemon VeUow Australia-Pep I'ink American Jlrttwy-]iu«y Carmine Comptca* TH> 11 Carmine P»nfc Hetty-Coppery Now iotinU'Ra i.f CntTord-Salmon Pink Chn...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Market and Wool Reports. By Telegram and Mail [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922

Market and Wool Reports. By TVl»gram and Mnil Mi stb. Ki-tiwiok &, Co , Brisbane, re portttd !>y tele mm no IV.doestiuy:-7<jC0 ??beep wHre yards < to-day. We sold Gil li s' Stiutile* tneiinu wetb^rs, October I | eborn, to HOs 6d , avera^in^ 23s 4i. ! Moenre. WiDcbcombe Carxon. Ltd., Syd- | Bey£^>4egM}>bed-us-on-Mooday ae follows v - " We 6old 5100 baleB of wool at out Syd* nev sale to day. Fine wo.ils made .firm rates. Broad and irregular length merinos sold at reduced levels. Fine croBsbreds ruled firm Others were five per cent, easier. We sold merino fleece to 20d.t and comeback to 20Jd." ' - The Primary Producers' Agency, Bcis* bane, report6BOO sheep were penned at Newmarket to day. There was good com petition for woollies. The market all round was easier. Best prime mutton Bold to 3Jd per lb. About 1000 lambs were penned. Best price for lambB was to Sd. 1760 cattle were yarded. The market was easier. Prime bullock's beef sold up t* 16a per ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922

Special Notice. We have pleasure in advising old wearers of our Special Riding Trousers That we are now able to redace this line to POST /Ct PER FREE ^,//0 PAIR Remember too our Special TAST This isthe same good wearing. Specially cu EMPEROR, 2&S 6d, Strapped Riding Trouser as formerly. poet free. GEl* BOOTS AND TROU8ER8 TOGETHER SOLLEY'S. The Specialists LONGREACH PLUMB'S Winter GOODS 36in Cotton Cnnhrriflre, in shades of Cream, Brown, Navy and Black Price 2s lid yard *36in Chech, Tweeds in sbadea of Blaok and White, Biue and Black, Fawn and Black 2s lid yd 3Bin_Check Tweeds, assorted shades Price 38 6d yd 40in Black and White Check Tweeds Price 3s lid yd ?* 3Bin Check Tweeds, assorted Prico 4s lid yard 40in Dress Tweed, assorted patterns Price 6s 6d yard 36in Wool GaberdiDe in shades of Jade, Nigger, Navy and Blaok Price 6s 6d yard 40in Wool Canton Voile, in shadeB of Cream and Navy Price 6s lid yard 40in Melton Cloth, in shades of Brown and Grey Price 7s 6d yard 40in*Stri...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922

Sander & Sons' Pure Volaltle Eucalypti Extraot. Can be obtained At all ohemiBts and store!!., There in no reason for putting np with in ferior brands, because yon can obtain "SANDERS," which is not only reoognised by the highest medieal authorities, bat ie ? K roved by the Supreme Court. Melbourne, the est. SANDER'S EXTRACT ii specially manufactured for Medical nee, tinder the constant supervision of a medical man. SANDER'S EXTRACT i« unequalled fur ] colds, influenza, bronchitis, diarrhoea, fiatu- i lence, infectious diseases, locally for wonnds, | bnrna, nlcers, piles itching chilblains. Mr. i J. Hopkins, Auckland, writes :-" I have neei i SANDER'S EXTRACT for the last 42 years | with the very best result. Onoe a substitute i given me, a larger bottle at same price - result-No good. Only SANDER'S EX TRACTS enters my house " The Soldiers' M emorial. TABGET SUM . . . AVAILABLE 7«8 . 0 DEFICIENT £881 It 0 YOU are now asked to supply the deficiency £831/18/9. It is agreed that...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Barcaldine Rugby League. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922

Barcaldlne Rugby League. The usual weekly meeting of the Bircal dine Rugby League was beld at Devery'a Hotel on Wednesday evenine last, there being presentMessrs. J. Farrell, J. J; Lynch (chr.irman), E. Vale, C. Lloyd Jones, J McQuaid, J. O'Connell and J. Kuder. The minutes of the previouB meeting were read and confirmed. The correspondence included a letter from the Ariimac Football Club inviting a Barcaldine. team over to play at first opportunity,-After considerable discussion in regard to fbe possibility of securing a special train, it woe proposed that a Bar caldine rep junior team visit Aramac on Sunday nrxt. An amendment jvas made that thiB matter bo beld over until next meeting. The voting was three each, and the Chairman gave bis casting vote to the amendment. The amendment then became the proposition and WBB carried unani mously. The Secretary reported tbat he bad seen the Secretary of the Rlackall League, who was at present in town. He had informed him that at a meeting o...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Longreach—A Southern Impression [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922

I Longreach-i Southern Impibssioa "A Dweller Among tlie Fleshpots * .writing us from Sydney under data Jane 8th, eays:-"I am enclosing herewith a few extracts cv^lled thfs evening from one of our afternoon journals in relation to the late fir* in Longreaoh, and the consequent focussing of attention on that town*; It may prove interesting to some ot your readers to observe that much explanation, including a map, is necessary to inform this enlightened population that such a town really; exists, anrt its approximate where* abouts. It Seems a sad commentary, on. our efficient educational system that such should be necessary, especi ally as the cry of the moment Is, 'Go on the land/ and topics conduchre bt keeping the young man out of tU city are sedulously kept before tim public from every platform. Appar ently the editor feels (hat the ptacti is so* little known that a contributor gives of his stone of knowledge of the district, to enlighten our suburbanite as to the type of .town one...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Special Excursion Trains. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922

Special Excursion Trains.. We are pleased to see that both the L/ongreacli and Bfrrcaldine Rugby Leagues are taking up the matter of, endeavoring to secure some better ar rangement as regards the special ex cursion trains run by both, towns during the football season, and it is about time thet Railway Department was "poked up" in the way of a lit-1 tie fairness and consideration-not only as regards the accommodation, provided, but in the matter of sharing any surplus receipts over and above j the guarantee aBke^ for by the De portment. At the Longreach Lea gue meeting this week fairly strong comment was made regarding the inadequate accommodation provided for the excursionists last Sunday, and at the Barcaldine League meeting on Wednesday night, it was decided to try and obtain a percentage of the \ surjjlus receipts over the guarantee, which is quite a fair demand. The train on Sunday last realised revenue amounting to over £126. This is £70 over the guarantee asked for by the Depa...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922

STOPS COUGHS BANISHES COLDS. Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery is known tar and wide as on unequalled Cough Remedy. It is the flntnt remedy you ever u«-rt, anrt can be Riven to the youngest child with the (MM safety as to adult* When you use New Di» oovpry you can be mighty sure the Coughs and Golds will sooli vanish Mo wonder though, for Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery liaHbeen com piled on 'scientific lines, and is deafened to re lieve the fold without upsrttirii; the digestive organs. Dr. 8beldon'e New Discovery is the quickest, safest and hpst-snown medicine lor ' Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, and all Throat and Chest trouhles, Jt is the remedy that can al ways be relied uonn. Don't forget to tfck# a bottle homo to-ni/jht. Obtalnahfe "verywhere. Oar Jobbing Department to replete In every detail, anrt Is under the per sonal supervision of one of the pro prietors. "Champion" Offlce.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922

RLAND 4--IHE MYSTERY OAR Wonderful springing. Lowest possible up-keep. Economical in petrol, oil, water, and tyres. Splendid steering. Holds the road as well or better than a big car. Good in sand, mud, and on the hills Built to suit our western conditions AND THE OVERLAID 4 IS STANDARDISED, You cannot believe what the car is like until you ridef in it WE WANT |T0 DEMONSTRATE IT TO YOU. ALL PARTS STOCKED. We give service COMPLETE DISMANTLED CHA88I8 OPENED UP FOR EVERYBODV8 INSPECTION NOW ON VIEW AT OUR WORKS. LONGREACH MOTOR CO., LTD., Agents for Ceritral West Queensland.

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SPORTING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922

« We will o'lirn-io-t'1 contributions of sport it',. ,r for . l\i« < oluiuu In connection with the arguments bbout 'handicapping, a sporting Authority mentions that the late Sir George Chetwycd, who in his day tfas' acknowledged one ol the best judges o£ racing, said: "A good han dicapper ought to be a first-class judge of the m and shape ot a racehorse, and he ought also to be a good judge of whether a horse ap pears trained or not; and these cold judged are very few and tar between I tTuld count them on my fingers, and still have room for others to come." "Personally, I should like to see all ordinary handicaps done away with (continued Sir George) especially for two-year-olds, and to see first, second and third-class weight-for sge racing substituted in the form of plates. Short handicaps ruin 'good Morses. Horses would last longer in training if not constantly called up on to give a lot of weight away.' When sports and others use the term "dark horse," when some j i (...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922

AN HONEST REMEDY . FOR INDIGESTION It EPema certain tbnt more people waste inonry in trying to overcome their diges tive troubles than through any other cause of ill health. There are BO ttiany things on the market which looMy rlnim to '? cure" indicrPptioE-thiojre which, in amy Cases, do not even afford relief. Bat there in no misrepresentation about Bi-ursted Mag nesia, which gives relief within three minn tps, and, by removing the cnuae of the digestive disturbance, so helps the stomach that it is soon able to do its woik unaided. These facta are vouched for by the many hundreds of letterr from grateful oserB in all parts 6f the world; by doctors' prescrip tions, and by hospitals' orders. Ton can prove it in your own case by getting from the nearest chemist some Bisurated Mag nesia (or " BiBinag" as its usually called). It is quite inexpensive-andenn bo had in either powder or tabU* form Every genu ine puckape of Bisurated Magnesia bears the word " Bismag" for the guidance and pr...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922

Barcaltilne Central Racing Glub ; liogistered with tho O.Q.li. '.bsim imm ii.) *n. ua! allow Cornfed testing. THURSDAY and FRIDAY, 27ti7^it£i 28th JULY, 1922. I < (Wfrtttie'r I'ci niitiiiif) £4SQ - Added i&on±;y - £430: Fr\OCrRAMIvi r 1 FIKST BAY. First Race to start at 1.30 p.m. 1; JACCONDOL HANDICAP, WO; second horse to receive £6 from prize; C furlongs. Nom. 20/-, accept. 20/-. Second Race to start at 2 p..a. 2. TRIAL HANDICAP, £20; Becond horse to receive £5 from prize. 5 furlongs. For all horses that have not won a prize exceeding £20 at time of nomination. Nom. 10/-, accept. 10/-. Third Race to start at 2.30 pm. 3. SHOW HANDICAP, £G5; second horse to receive £10 and third horse £5 from prize. 7 furlongs. Nom. 35/-, accept. 30/-. Fourth Race to 6tart at 3 p.m. 4 SALTERN" CREEK HANDICAP, £35; second horse to receive £5 from the prize. 6 furloDgs. Nom. i7/6, accept. 17/6. ' Fifth Race to start at 4 p.m. 5 NOVICE HANDICAP, £20; second horse to receive £5 from pr...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922

ST FAITH* CHURCH OF TNGLAND SCHOOL FOP GIR-S. YEPP^ON St. Faith's School 1B the second^ :t.ool to be established under the Uocesan Scheme ot Education- It i to be opened In October and wilt tefce pupils tor preparation tor the v^rleus public examinations up to tu> Senior University standard' Tbe site ot the school is a magni ficent one without rival in Qneens >ad within easy walking distance ' the centre of the rising seaside <wn ot Yeppoon l-'rellmlnary prospectus and other .Urination can be obtained on ap 'Iration to the Diocesan Secretary, 16, G-P.O., William-street, (ockbampton, or any of the Paro ?>VaI Clergy. "» CI If IN NEXT ST. PETER'S CHURCH OF ENG LAND SCHOOL (Boarding and Day) tor BOYS and GIRL8 at BARCAL IMNE. Headmaster: Tht Rev. E- ROBINSON B.A., Th.L. This School 1b the first to be estab lished under THE EDUCATIONAL SCHEME OF THE DIOCESE OF ItOCKHAMPTON, which bas for lU objects the provision (or the Boji and Girls ol Central Queensland of a sound ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922

' If A POPULAR INSTITUTION! ^ '^THE OFFICE of the PUBLIC CURATOR of Qjetultid ii now located in New I 1 State Iniurance Premiies, Comer of George and Elizabeth Strecii, Brisbane. ' Tlti office edrti for the people of Qgeendand, and tbe PnMic Cantor will act ai EXECUTOR AMD TRUSTEE UNDER WILLS I TRUSTEE UNDER MUltMMI SETTLEMENTS AND OTHER TRUSTS | ADMINISTRATOR OP ESTATES OP PERSONS DVINQ INTESTATE | ATTORNEY OR AOENT IN THE MANAGEMENT OP PROPERTY PON ABSENTEES| AND WH-L MAKE WILLS FREE I S. LEND MONEY ON FIRST MORTSAOE I GIVE LEGAL ADVICE | 4. ATTEND TO ALL REAL PROPERTY TRANSFERS. Branch Officii at TOWNSVfLLE and ROCKHAMPTON; and Aganf at mciry CLERK OF PETTY SESSIONS OFFICE in thm Stat,. MPJfTF S Ho?s«Ca"ae' v TVTVProperty JiU'smen X LU. 'Head Offl.ce: * TOOWOGMBA. L ranches at: Dalby, Pittsworth, Oakey and Charleviile Hie Open Gate to TOP WOOL VALUES Fix (lie advice on die shove bale in your memory. Ton will find it pajra to make those lii vrorda your gnila when "i " forwarding y...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922

B. Anderson, Proprietor, fkm II. , P.O. tett DxU Hotel is one of the ? \ UO$T gr*lHMn MD O0MFORTABLE HOTEL* mqnemiblam. | it if replete with fir«rr OonTenienee aoodndve to Base ana Comfort.... j wrier Complete New Management. FIB8T-0LAS8 ATTENTION. Beat Brands of ipigu and Spirits retailed B*tams mar have their darn Garaged and Hoooo stabled «r sent to first-class paddocks. Q.C.T. Ann. House. A Hone Amy Fr«m law Marathon Hotel ARAMAC. 1 E- ?h HAYES, Proprietor FtrBt-ClaBs Accommodation. Flrat-CIaeB Cuisine, and up-to date attention. Buggy meets atl trains. 'Phone *9 W.D.COLMAN Oak-aJ., BARGALD1HE. : Wholesale sbd Retail 1 BUTCHER. ONLY the Primes! of Beef and Mutton sold, at prioea to snit everybody. Having inatnllnd an Up-to-date Befngorat og Plant and Cold Storage Booms, «an a vore satisfaction, Consumers waited ot dally. ~ Prompt attention to Ootrotry Orders. ' OORNKD BEEF a Speciality. Quality guaranteed. 8ARCALDINE j BUTCHERY * ICE WORKS! 1 ? i Corner of Willow and Afh-street |...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922

A Wonderful Value Pared of Household Drapery for £2 PomI paid to your addrett Write for It BOW The £2 Pared contains S yda. 54in. White Twill s. d. Sheeting, at 2/3 yd. .. 11 3 1 do*. Horrodcm A. I. Calico, Sfin. wide, at 1/2J .. ,, ..14 6 4 PiUav SUy% plain, " A tapad, at 1/1 n ). .) i.-.j 5 0 1 Pair Brow* ? Whita Twktah Tmh 1KB. * W ***** ** - l/J mi m m n m <. £ 2 KUcfcaa Tawda, Ml Z MUb, at 1/5* m km 211 1 Jap Buk Ite wma PttlH*, 3ft. Z 4ft m. Ml 2 3 8 Cakaa UUao Saay Oil . &Ti IM* bhmL U Ina lStftit la ?mm mum, mm *. «ri auk* r*a a fall «M nl Mr wkp Ml nn. «U ??r BMa qua y*a an (illy an MM aa4 at ala to HM mimt. A Qak Baifain *. a 4ft. Ihnl SUM bp* Q«U. yMa atav yaaal. n* (A V«S Hf. MOV »/4 2^&rv>&\porivjm 5 Way/, yih Bri/t>ar\e. >ve pb.^ ca>i-i-i txge ! f

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The Longreach Fires Seven Conflagrations in 30 Years. Total Estimated Damage £300,000. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922

The Longreach Fires ?Seven Conflagrations in 3D Years. Total Estimated Damage £300.000. IT -will be remembered by old residents thit the ead of a section of the Osteal Kiilway line terminated is a bit of scrub at Sutter n. Lagoon Creek camp, at it was iirst called, after the watercourse at the w.&iern uad sandy terminus of tbe "camp," r«ui the bnsinsss terminus from its opuniag ou tbe 8th November, 1886 to 18th December, 1889-a period of three year*, when the Government deoided to again push tbe line farther West, tbe Thomson River being . 'the objective. Vary tew of the Muu «. people were disposed to follow previous procedures and shift on with the line. Baroaldine was the terminus for all traffic ?from Aramac, Blaokall. Isisford, and far Western districts, and although the ex tension of the line would cat off a con siderable amount of trafflo it was con sidered that Baroaldine, with its many advantages would be good enough a place to permanently settle in, benoe, ae alread...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Motor and Cycle Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922

Motor and Cycle Notes. The opinion of Mr. F. S. Edge,, who lias BO long been associated with motoring in Kngiand, as a racing man and a manufacturer,' (s aiways worth j consideration- In a recent issue of the "Auto Car" he makes some in teresting statements in reference to the design and functioning of springs, which we reprint. Long long ago I came to the conclusion from driving and using innumerable cars that, other tilings being equal, liat or flatter springs were more comfortable than deeply curved ones. When I say "other things being equal," I mean euch things as springs being adequate for their loads, and generally stand ing up, tyre pressures, upholstery, Wlieelbases, proportions of unsprung to sprung weight, and the thousand and one other conU'ibutiug points which go to make up the comfort, or comparative, comfort, or discomfort, of the average car. Curved springs, for one thing, were always "suspect" to my mind, because undoubtedly in the early days, as inherited from the h...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922

GY YOU H Ti.vihJi.it, WMiL,E PRICES ARK DO WIN. is hvt'.tiiif-thtf/I VBO j?X tV^-aV __ Hardwood th<it .CRBciEivysctjs? wujt.i.xKa THE QUEENSLAND FOREST SERVICE SAWMILL on the Hlslr Atbf State Forest hag made arrangements to offer Pert' of lu large r*tpo of valuable .sawn Hardwood to ptiTute purchasers la the iioc it fe impure to Longreach District at the current .o«v prices. Supplies ot Hoop and Cypresg Pin also arranged from other Port* Service Mills. Hewn, Split, and Pole Timber also supplied. Timber Merchants and Contractor supplied at wholesale rates Write lor quotes to Ihe L- ana^er Forest Service *aw?n*JJ, 'J3lL.u&.XSfc JtTIIOL Barrett's Arsenical Lanoline Dip Gets right at the seat of the trouble. IT deil* ineiaut death to the Blowfly by a norel mesas Barretfe Arsenical Lanoline Dip, unlike mo»t other d!Ps. actually otters an attraoiioi.'to Plies and issues their death warrant at the fame time. "lie Mullen Fe.t which is incorporated In the dip and wbich, to...

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