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SPORTING NEWS LAWN TENNIS. HOPETOUN V. YAPEEN. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 November 1917

LAYTX texxls. •hopetoux v. yapeex. A very en.joya.blc afternoon was spent by the Hopetoun team at Yapeen 01:. Saturday. The results of the match were : — '.Misses Collens ami IRo'berts (H) 'lost to Mrs Gill and Miss Smith (Y), 4—G. Stewart and Roberts Oil) 'beat Smith and 'Craft. (Y), ti—4. IMis5 iKean and -Ditterich OH) beat Mrs Cro'f.t and Delmcnico (Y), 6—0. 'Miss Carter and Stewart 011) beat Miss Faull and .Matthews (Y), G—3. , Baker and Ditierich O'.H lost to Dcl menic-o and 'Manho ,v; (Y), •"—*.>. •Misses Kean and Car a-;- i H ) ''■cat Miss Fa-ull and Mrs Crott (Y), tj—1. Miss Collens and -Roberts OH) beat. Miss Smith and ICrcft (Y), (!—4. Mtss ^Roberts and 'Baker OH) beat Mrs Gill and Smith (Y), G—2. Misses Collens and Ivean (H) lost to Mrs Gill and Miss Smith (Y), 5—6. iBalcer and Stewart OH) lost to Del menico and .Matthews (Y), 5—(>. J Totals IHopetoun, >6 sets, 55 gam es; Yapeen, 4 sets, 38 .games.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 November 1917

3Cff iai Bo'o.'bt When Selecting a Gift <0-0 "§30 W. F. Mewham's A, Xiar3Pg?e a^CLCl. Assoiptmeiit OF UP-TO-DATE GOODS. •TOO CHEISDIAS PRESENTS FOR THE BOYS AT THE FROXT AT 03TCE. rTHK LITEST NOVELS ON HAND; ALSO THE LATEST MAGAZINES AiND "WEEKLY PA'PERIS, Newham BARKEI? STREET. ANZAC HILL CLIMB Haiiey-Davldson Over the Top5 ,99 PA11S0XS (-VELBOri??iE), REGISTERED FASTEST TIME FOR THE ASCENT—-3 Seconds. vaiMix (amateur, casttemaixe), ox a standard HAKLEY, (.'AIXED SECOND PLACE—32 Seconds. TIMES IX THE SECOND ROUND 'PARSONS (Harley), 2Ssec. WILSON (Harley), 32sec. BOOTH (Indian), 36sec. BAYiLEY (Indian), 37 2-5sec. BLAKE ('Indian), 47 3-5sec. HUNT (single cylinder B.S.A.), 4Ssec. jmE ^0 PERFORMANCES, AGAIXST ALL CO-MjERS. AGAIN" '*•0 THE SUPERIORITY OF THE HARLEY-DAVIDSON OUR THE ORDINARY ROAD MACHINES. 's no funking where Harleys are. 411 Hills and Roads are alike to the F5as*Iey5J , J. R. DUeGAN U'enf f ' r STn>EBAKEK, MAX tYELL, MOTOR CARS, AND HARLEY 310TOR CYCLES— ...

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RIFLE SHOOTING. CASTLEMAINE V. CHEWTON. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 November 1917

RIFLE SIIOOTIXG. OASTLE.AJAIiXE V. OHEWTON. This match was fired on Saturday, and after an interesting shoot, was won by Chenviton -by 29 points. The conditions were 7 aside, 7 shots at '500 and 600 yards. The winning team, though not up to its form of -a "few years ago, shot consistently, and when it is noted that this <is the members' •first shoot for some time past, they can !well Ibe complimented oh their score. Only one range possible was made during the match, viz., R. CBet tany, at, 500 yards. 'The following are the scores : — GHEWTGN. 500 600 Ttl. .T. Botten . .. 29 30 59 X. Loader . ..32 27 59 F. Starr . .. 30 27 ■ 57 W. Watkin 3il: 25 56 O. Archbold 31 24 55 J. Jones . .. 30 •24 54 B. Archbold . .. 30 23 '53 Total . 393 .OASTLElIAINiE. S. Leech . .. 32 32 64 R. Bettany 35 2S 63 T. Arthur . .. 27 27 54 B. Hall . .. 2S 25 53 V. Mather . .. '27 24 51 J. Wells . ..27 14 41 J. 'Harris . .. -19 19 3S Total . :364

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HOPETOUN V. KYNETON. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 November 1917

'HOIBBTOUiN V. KY'XETON. A ladies' match between teams from the above clubs will be played >at Kyn eton on Wednesday next, .at 2;15 p.m. The following will represent Hopetoun —C\Irs Gill, Misses Kean, Pollens, (Smith, M. Carter, and Roberts.

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CASTLEMAINE POST OFFICE MAILS TIME-TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 November 1917

CASTLEJEAIXE POST OFFICE HAILS $ TIME-TABLE. Melbourne, close G.30 a.m., 12.15 p.m-, - 7.5 p.m.; arrive, 6 a.ta., 10.30 a.m., 4 p.m., 9.30 p.m. Woodend, close, 0.30 a.m.; arrive j| 10.30 a.m. | ■Campbell's Creek, close G.30 a.m., 3.30 p.m.; arrive, 1 p.m. Yapeen, close G.30 a.m., 3.30 p.m.; arrive, T2.15 p.m., 7.20 p.m. 'Guildford, close G.30 a.m., 3.30 p.m.; arrive, 12.30 p.m. Tarilta, close 6.30 a:m.; arrive, 1 p.m. Earker's Creek, close 7. 30 a.m.; ar rive, 7/30 a.m. "Woodbrook, close 10.30 a.m.; ar rive 10.20 a.m. Moonlight Flat, close G..30 a.m.; ar-j rive, 7.20 p.m. Golden Point, close, G.30 a.m.; ar rive 7.20 p.m. IChewton, close G.30 a.m., 3.30 'P.m.; arrive, 12.5 p.m., 7.-20 p.m. iFrycrstowMi, close G.30 a.m., 3.30 p.m., arrive, 12.5 p..m., 7.20 p.m. "Vaughan, -close 6.30 a.m.:* arrive, 7.20 p.m. Glenluce, close G.30 'a.m.; Mom, iWed.,< Fri.; arrive, 7.20 p.m., Mon., Wed., Fri. Harcourt, close 9.45 a.m., 8.45 p.m.; arrive, 1 p.m., S p.m. Joyce's Creek, close 9.45...

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ENTERTAINMENTS FOYLE'S PARAMOUNT PICTURES. THE ICED BULLET. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 November 1917

ENTERTAINMENTS * FOY'LE'8 PARAMOUNT PICTURES. THE ICED BULLET. ! (Perhaps the most popular actor on the Triangle pay->ro!.l at the present time is -Mr "William Desmond, who takes the leading part in The ilced Bul let, the sensational detective story tha: is the (feature attraction at Foyle's •Paramount Pictures at the Town Hall to-morrow night. Mr 'Desmond is as handsome as he is accomplished, and is a great, favorite wirh lady patrons of the "mo-vies." The Iced ;Bullet has such a thrilling plot that ■ Mr Desmond will live long in the memories of all :who witness him unravelling the mys tery. !Great interest is ;being taken in this detective story, and the indications, point to an extra large attendance to-j morrow night. i

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 November 1917

F.N.I.C.O., F.S.O.I., QUALIFIED EYESIGHT SPECIALIST (Known all over Victoria and South Australia). WILL ViESIT CAJSTLEMAINE again TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4, from 11 a.m. and may ibe consulted at .Air. Tough's Dental Surgery. ALSO iEVERY SIX "WEEKS. Sight Scientifically Tested, and Glas- V ses of 'Every -Design Supplied. | MODERATE TERM'S. ALL 'WORK GUARANTEED. "Victorian Address : 31'aryboroiigli. POULTRY ADVERTISEMENTS "HERE'S THE GOODS." A LAYING MACHINE. No. 2S, White Leghorn", 5tli in Een aigo "Independent" Single Test, 1016 17; 2S6 eggs in 6 days over 11 months; 250 competitors. FIRST SIX MO-NTHS OF SECOND -SEASON—140 EGGS. Cockerels ifrora albove lien, 21/ each, for 1918 -delivery. Mated to a 2L\7 cockerel. A. E. K0BINS0.X, Ilargraves street, Castlemaine.

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CONSCRIPTION. THE GOVERNMENT PROPOSALS. MR HUGHES AT BENDIGO. MAGNIFICENT RECEPTION. PROPOSALS OUTLINED. BALLOT SYSTEM PROPOSED. NOT MORE THAN 7000 MEN PER MONTH. LIBERAL EXEMPTIONS. INDUSTRY TO BE MAINTAINED. GOVERNMENT MAKES QUESTION A VITAL ONE. BENDIGO, Midnight. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 November 1917

r , I THE GOVERNMENT PIJOUOSAJ-S. j 3IH HUGHES AT 1JEXWGO. | :vAf;xiFicoT iieceptiox. PROPOSALS OUTLINE!). BALLOT SYSTEM PJIOPOSEIJ. j SOT .MOKE THAN" 700!) 31 EX I'V.ll ! 3IOXTII. j LIBERAL EXEMPTIONS. I>I>l'STRY TO HE jlAINTAIXL't!. ! G0Y-EIfcN*3IEXT 7TAKEK Ql'ESTlO.N .V VITAL OSK. BEXDIGO, Upwards of IJO00 people a;tended at: the Lyric Theatre in 'Bond'.so. to-nigln. i to <liear the details of 'he Govcrnniciu a proposals regarding conscription.: which were announced by the I'r!;no Minister. Mr "W. M. Hughes. The ."Mayor (Cr. Ahbn;t) presided, and there were also seated on the pl.u-• 'form 'Mr .T. Cook, -Minister for the t.\*avy; Senator G. F. Pea roe, .Minister i for'.Defence; Mr V.\ A. Watt, Minister! for 'Works and-Rail-ways: Mr \V. Web ster, fhe Postmaster-General; Senator E. D. Millen, .Minister -for Repatriation; .Mr AV. L. iI3ail!ieu, representing the State Government: Senator J. Earle, Tasmania: representatives of the vari ous branches of the -National Fed...

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CASTLEMAINE TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 November 1917

CASTLE3IAISE TELEI'HOSE EXCHANGE. I . * I ■Adams, F. W. Archdall, Win. •Ball and Welcli Pty. Ltd 'Bassett Bros. iBayley, 'E. I., Campbell's Creek .. •Bean, Albert B •Beckingsale, G. and Sous .. (Beckingsale, 'Herbert 'Benevolent Asylum ■Bennett, J Best, iXeweil ,and Lawson •• iBit'hell, F. J. •Blume, Ernest ill. R., Barker's CI:. 124 jj .Borland, D. AI 103 Brotherton, -Mrs J 88 iBrown, D. 0. 64 Butler, W. .M 107 'Cameron, Jonathan 71 Carter, Amos and iCo. - - •• 30 'Carter and Cowling S4 Carter, E. H, priv. res 12S ? "C.\.sTLr;i[Ai.\i: mail? -17 Castlemaine Bacon Factory .. 105 Castlemaine Butter Supply Co. 1!) Castlemaine Gas Co., office & works 16 | Castlemaine AYoollen ;Co. Ltd. .. '<o I Castlemaine Electric Supply Co. -4 '•Clark and Sou S Clark, (5. I! S Cock, X 1^-j I Cocking, F ! Coffee Palace (R. Bailie) .. .. Cooper. W 00 ; Corbel 1, F. ' Cornish, S. AI 4'J I Cornish, S. AL, 'priv. res. .. 123 Council Club Hotel (J. -M. 'Houston) 7:'. 'Castlemaine Fire Sta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 November 1917

VEEAKDAH BLINDS In white or stripe duclc, complete with poles, cords, pulleys, straps, etc., ready to. hang— 'No. 1. quality No. >2 quality No. 3 quality 6 x S. . .. 22/6 . .. 25/ . .. 27/6 9 x S. 10 x S. 32/6 35/ 37/6 40/ 40/ 46/6 12 x S. 37/6 42/6 50/ Quotations for .special sizes oil application. HANGING MEAT SAVES in all sizes from 7/6 each. BECK CIIAJRS, *1/(5, 5/0, 5/11, in various colors of striped canvas. DECK CHAIR CANVAS, in red, blue, green stripes, good quality, 1/6 to 2/8 yard. SEA GRASS CHAIRS AND LOUNGES, IN GREAT VARIETY. DOUBLE RED SIZE WIRE MATTRESSES, ER03I 25/. CHINA CUPS AND SAUCERS, White and gold. 2/7$ Iialf-doz. LINOLEUMS AND CARPETS in all widths and qualities, a large range of patterns at lowest ruling prices. SUIT CASES, all sizes and qualities, A good lino of strong cases, suitable for school books, etc., ti/11, 4/11 eacli. NN & Eons© Fornisfcers. Barker st, v iCUResT^n? COO'OHS COlSy. I ^ f&NCl' || ' ,v- x&wess&M ' kWMM...

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BUSINESS NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 November 1917

BUSINESS 'NOTICE. >Mr G. Cleverley, of Mie popular boo: repair shop, in 'Barker street north, advertises in t'his issue the advantages of 'his up-to-date system of repair 'work. .He has installed the ia'est class of machinery, and claims to turn out work more cheaply and more expeditiously than any place in the district. . Particulars appear in our •advertising columns.

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The Castlemaine Maid. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1917. ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 November 1917

TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 13, 1!>17. About 11 returned soldiers n:or in the Stock Exchange room on Saturday afternoon, anil decided to form a 'Re turned Soldiers' Club. Colonel 'Field was i;!oc!Oil president., and Sorg't.-.Maj or Ma^on secretary. Meetings will oo held 1'oruiirii.tly in the 'Stock Ex change room witil suitable rooms are procured. A series of entertainment will he hold in the near future to rai?e the funds necessary to ifr.rni.sh the c 11:'■> rooms, and Uk; fir;:', »wM1 be a nirture show in the Town Mali. Mr Foyle hav ing placed ihe hall, ami his entire plan, at the club's disposal. The soldiers feel that the public will liberal support ;o i:ie club, and its entertain ments. The ''rime .Minister (Mr W. M. Hughes), In annonnuina; lite Govorn nient propo-ah; j.) connection with the Conscription UoiVrennnni it: tiotullgo last li'tdu, said ito ita i aeea oil out-line the ]'■ vojjoand open the campaign in Melbourne, hp coiisi.l ered that the people -who had return ed him to ...

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FOOD SUBSTITUTES USED. (Published in "The Times.") [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 November 1917

F001> SUBSTITUTES USED. (Published in "The Times,") "The Times" correspondent ai Am sterdam says that the Germans ofli cially admit thai, they are using 7000 food substitutes. This is an increase1 since January o,t 5S00. i Such of the cable news on this <pasej so headed has appeared in "The! Times," and is cabled to Australia by special 'permission. tit should be understood that the opinions are not those of "The Times" unless expressly stated to be £p,

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CORRESPONDENCE NEWSTEAD SHIRE AND TECHNICAL SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 November 1917

CORRESPONDENCE -r XBW.STEAD S'HIRE AND TECHNI CAL SCHOOL. Sir,—In your issue of the 9th inst.., you report a c'isoussion in tho Xew stead Shire iCoimci], relative to a scho larship grant for tho local Technical School. One experiences mingled 'feelings of disgust and pleasure, on perusal of tho remarks of the several councillors in question. €r. Ark-install states thai "during the continuance of tlie war the time would 'be inopportune to give support to i.he school." AVill he, then, explain to the public, why under conditions of excessive financial stress, and incalcu lable burden, the 'British Government have seen fit, to recently set aside four and a half millions of money for imme diate development: of technical educa tion? Or. Arkinstal-1 says that ho would assist, technical education when times are'better; namely technical ed ucation 'should stagnate till after the ■war; til! a time'when taxation is heav iest, when post-martial reaction has set in; and 'when we would be compet ...

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The British Front IMPORTANT POSITIONS RETAILED (Reuter.) Reuter's correspondent at the British headquarters telegraphs:— [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 November 1917

The British Front rt DIPOltTAXT POSITIONS RETAILED (Reuter.) Heuter's correspondent at the Brit ish headquarters telegraphs :— "(Saturday's 'battle, after the succes ses of the morning developed during the afternoon into intense German ar tillery ifire. The capture of Passchen daele had created a pronounced sali ent on which tihe enemy concentrated a volume otf raking, enlfilading fire, while owing to the restricted visibility coun ter battery work was much impeded. Hence the iBritish and 'Canadian with drawal during the afternoon 'from an advanced position gained in the morn ing, after successfully dealing with German counter-attacks. I "We retain an important proportion of 'Saturday's gains, and the net re sults provide quite a satisfactory suc cess."

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French Front GUNS BUSY AT VERDUN. FRENCH REPEL ATTACKS. NATAL AIRMEN MAKE RAID. (Reuter.) A French communique said:— [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 November 1917

GUXS BUSY AT YEllDUX. FRENCH If E PEL ATTACKS. NATAL AIIMIEN MAKE BAII). (Reuter.) •A iPr&ivch communique said :— "There has'been incessant reciprocal artillery'fire at'Chaumc Wood (Verdun sector.) "After a .lively artillery .preparation the Germans attacked at i-Iartmanns weiler in t'he Vosges. After a violent hand-to-hand engagement \vc com pletely .repulsed the enemy, i\vho had momentarily obtained a footing in our look-out line. Another enemy attempt, at Relchaeher was foiled." 'A statement issued by the Admiralty said :— "Naval aircraft bombed Si. Denis Westrem and the .Bruges docks on Fri day night. They dropped largo quan tities of explosives with good results, causing a lire Lu the docks. All re turned."

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COMMERCIAL. BENDIGO GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 November 1917

C03IME11CIAL. BENDIGO GRAIN MARKET. 9 , 'Deliveries cif the no v.1 potatoes aivd the new season's sMverskm onions are still small, but improving suiiicicntly to cause considerable weakening o'f Trices. Quotations :—!li ay, oaten and v.-heatcn sheaves, • .22/10/ per ton: chaff, £3 per ton; straw, £2 per ton; wheat, •3/3 per bushel; KiiS'lish 'barley, 4/ per bushel; Cape ■barley, 3/5 .per 'bushel; oats, 2/4 10 2/(j per bushel ^Potatoes, old, £<'rto £o 10/ ton, according to sample; feed potatoes, £3/10/ :to ;S2/1'5/ per ton; new 'potatoes, £il<4 per ton; brown Spanish onion's, £:19 per ton; new sil verskin ondons, £1S per ton; crushed maize, 5/ per bushe-1; whole maize, 4/10 per bushel.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 November 1917

SPECIAL 13 All GAINS IX ALL DEPARTMENTS. THE XOL'SX FOE QUALITY AND SOLID VALUE, 1'Itoiie 108. auctioneers' not:o23. F. W. Adams AUCTIONEER AND ESTATE AGENT. Sworn Valuator. IXSURAXCE, MAGH1XERY & GENE RAL COMMISSION" AGENT. STOOIv, FARM AND TOWN PRO PERTY salesman. ■HOTEL AND .SHAREB'ROIvER. FARMS, ORCHARDS, HOUSES. i-OR SALE AND TO LET. RENTS COLLECTED. AUCTION SALES CONDUCTED. CLEARING- SALES AND FURXII JUL \ SPECI REGULAR WEEKLY AUCTION SALES OF— Fruit, Poultry, and Dairy Proaucc AGENT FOR— The 'Royal insurance Co. Buckeye Harvester Co. Wiscliei & Coy's, high-grade manures. The Vega Separator. Orient Line Royal Mailhoats. The Bendigo Building Society, Executor, Trustee, and Agency Coy., of South Australia. ADDRESS— BARKER STREET, CASTLE3IAOE? Phone 122. ™ Mr J, G„ YancSeSS DENTAL SUKGEON. MISS MIETLE L YAfOELl (Eccorded bv the Dental Board of Victoria). 3LIB.KET SQUARE, CASTLE2IAINE. Phone 9G. si&rehasit AND SON, OPTICIANS, GEELOXG. Next Visit :— WEDNESDA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 November 1917

BETTER IIADITS FOR BABY. Once baby forms die habit of being • healthy, it's not hard for him to stay healthy. The habit of regular 'bowel movements is especially important. The use of physics and 'harsh purges should ibe avoided. NUJOL is a, far safer and more effec tive remedy. XU.TOL, is manufac tured by the Standard Oil Company '(New Jersey). U.S.A. It is a lubri cant, not a medicine or a drug, and is not absorbed by the system. It does not gripe or interfere with digestion. Pleasant to take. For sale by 'Philpots and Coakley, Castiemaine. In a 'Special Commonwealth Gazette ■issued yesterday, Mr R. C. Oldham, the Chief Electoral- Officer .for the Com monwealth, announced that he had re ceived a writ from the GovemorJ3ene r-a-l .commanding the question, "Are you ■in 'favor of 'the proposals of the Com monwealth Government for reinforc ing the Australian 'Imperial 'Force oversea?" to be submitted to the elec tors. Polling day is Thursday, Dec emiber 20th, and the date for the retur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 November 1917

PlmplBS li fie ftr lliiri' Also neck and back. So itchy did not know what to do. Came to a head. Festered and inflamed. Sore and scaly. Caused disfigurement Cuti cura Soap and Cuiiciira Oint ment healed. From signed str.tc:r.o;it of r>Irs. B. M. Wihnott, Coraki, In. S. VV., Nov. 10, 1910*. While Cuticura works wonders in all eases of skin and scalp troubles it is also ideal for every purpose of the toilet, bath and nursery. The Soap used daily does much to prevent skin and scalp troubles, especially when assisted by touches of Cuticura Ointment to first si.^ns of pimples or irritation. -OSr.iuples Free by Post." (Soap to cleanse. Ointment to heal.) Address E. Tovhu & Co., Sydney, IV. S. Vvr. Sold throughout the world. When the Face Qrows ®id Here is the way ;o gain hair and skin beamy, and youth that, will en dure : — GREY If AMI—If your hair is grey, can be 'brought 'back to its natural |youthful color in a few -weeks jus: by ru'bbing fluid -Lithone 'into the scalp. h-.i...

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