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CRICKET. BYRNESIDE V. ONTARIO. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 19 October 1894

CRICKET. ------~- ]YltxtsiiRtste . OsixrIo. This match, which has excited a great tamomit of interest locally, was played on the railway reserve, Beyrneside, on Saturday last. Onl paper the Ontario team appears to have the premiership already mortgaged, but their play in this mnatch in particular was very dis appointing, anud was not up to the ex pectations fiormed. The fielding and bowling of the visiting team was all that could be desired. IJobling hbowling all through with excellent judgment. Of the other bowlers Gootch was most successful, and, with his club-mate, quite kept up his reputation. Lord, ticlding at slip, perforned n marvellous catch which dismissed Price when lie was well set. The wicket that was prepared for Saturday's match was as good as any that has been seen in the district, and the local committee are worthy of all the praise that was bestowed on them. Mr Jobling, in the absence of the Ontario captain (Mr Pitlher), tossed the coin with Mr .J. Byrne whose prove...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Snowstorm in Russia [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 19 October 1894

A Snowstorm in Russia is a terrible thing, but that scourge of civilization, Liver and Kidney Disease, is responsible for far more mortality than any ether cause. Wainer's Safe Cure cures Liver Disease, because it hls a specific and positive artion on the livter, increasing the secretion anrd flow of bile, regulating its elaborating functions, removing unhealthy 'formations-in fact, restoring its natural activity, without which good health is im. possible. We wish to impress upon every person the necessity of keeping the liver in a per fectly healthy condition, so that it will pro perly separate the albuminouse elements, as well as enable it to relieve the overloaded bile-duats. Regular and faithful treatment with Warner's Safe Cure is always success ful. Warner's Safe Pills are als, always to be used. TIME IS PRECIOUS. Time is precious when you want to catch a train, but it is priceless when the question of health is considered. I)o not delay a moment if you suffer any of the sympt...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 19 October 1894

CLIFF & BUNTING f lax 1reatear. -1 CLIFF & BUNTING Having given considerable time and attention to the manufacture of Flax IVIachinery, are now in a position to supply -Flax Breakers and Scutchers, of various sizes, at reasonable prices. ALSO MANUFACTURERS OF Travelling and Stationary Chaffcutters, Horse Works, Corn Crushers, Saw Benches, Straw Presses, &c. PRICE LISTS ON APPLICATION. 687, 689, 691 Elizabeth St. North Melbourne. GRIFFITHS BROS., Tea & Coffee Merchants, 226 & 228 FLINDERS LANE, MELBOURNE, ONE DOOR FROM SWANSTON STREET. SAMPLES GRATIS. Satisfaction Guaranteed or Cash Refunded. CELEBRATED SUNBEAM TEA. CANVASSERS WANTED in Town and Country. Good Prospects. Liberal Terms. FOY & GIBSON FOR THE LEADING FASHIONS I NEW READY-MADE COSTUMES FOR SPRING WEAR. A LL Costumes are made upon the premises ; the fit and work manship we guarantee. Our practical knowledge in matters of detail enables us to produce a better class of gown at ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A SAFE OPENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 19 October 1894

A sAFE OPENING. No matter how strongly Liver and Kiiuney Trouble and Bright's Di.oase may entrench themselves in the system, Warner's S.Lfe Cure opens the door to health. Warncr's Safe Cure cures Kidney Disease ber'ause it has a specific tonic and alterative rfJlct directly upon the tiourts, libres, and cells which go to mtake up the k't dcy ullbstance, it acting as a constitutional kidney tonic. It removes congestion . and 1, mfleusnation, changes abnormal action int., that of health. No matter whether the disease is acute or chronic, whether it is a well-advanced Bright's Disease or the comnmon kidney malady, Warner's Safe Cure does as repre sented. Do not neglect the first warning symptom of Kidney Disesse. Procure at once Warner's Safe Cure and Warner's Safe Pills, use according to the directions found upon the labels, and youn will not fail to overcome the disease and secure ilmmunity, not only from Kidney Disease, hut from imtuny m?a'ldies which are recognised as secondary to ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 19 October 1894

MAFFEY BROS. & Co., Is ACCOUNTANTS. TRADE ASSICGNEES, a Financiers, Valuers, Property, Busi cr ness, and Insurance Brokers, all iII HOPETOUN Uil.111MIRS, re. le 53 Elizabeth-street, li : MELBOURNE. he - AUCTION SALES e 'TOIWN AND COUNTRY. tie lt James R. Dobson, is, , ARBITRATOR AND ACCOUNTANT, of TL.\DE ASSIGNEE & ,HOl'ElL It1OKER, is 311 ILITTLE COLLINS-ST., itr - Ef-.nOUrNlE a MIDDLETON AND HEWITT, -HOTEr. AND GENEIlAL; BROK3M, g FINANCIAL AND CoMIrissioN AGENTS. 0e Loans Negoliatdl. • 1 TenaIToImAL CHAtnn:s (,lviown stairs), 115i COLLINs STIIIe1'. H AVING been st:ablishol in the above ar 11 businesl for a nmbelI ofCl' years, Ce bleg to intridluce to your notice the extent of our business. Were in a position to place to the bent alvantage IIOTEL 'IPROPEI'EltI ES cither Leasehold or Frechohl ; andt should you favor SuIt with youlr colmmands, they shall have our I untividu l aIttclltion. i The Financial.portion of our Business we llhklce a special featurelll, nl are...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Saved from the Flood. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 19 October 1894

Saved from the Flood. 1 ore perilous than all the strength of the swollen river leaping over its banks, and carrying death and desolation to man and his handiwork, is the sudden swoop of long pent-up disease. The trivial kidney trouble is disregarded natil at last the demmed-up pison rieaks down all barriers and sweeps iotu tlie bldod. That flood of poison is the deadly iiishel's Disease. fteat the liver and kidney trouble to-day, and treat it with Warner's SAfe Cure, the abnsolte specific of. five continents, strengthened by long and universal usa., and nmade and so'd on honor.

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TALMUD. SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS CHAPTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 19 October 1894

TALMUD. SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS d CIIAPTERS. i .. i The narrative opens on Stutrt's Stony I, Desert wheire that explorer nearly perislhed. A party of tme under Strang I ways artie ampedl at the phtlace. They c are ill search of pasture lhnd for a s squatter oh the western border of New - South Wiiles, anlI the intentiion is to 1 ascendl the Flinke River towards tilh t Mco)nucll Ilangesc. A terribl tllulndcr r storm burliti?ts iupon the party lduring the i ni;ght, tent is st tIon lire a!lllll one of Slitha killed. Afntr hlirvyig their comr t plil ll tihey lroteel iatllt llln?et with a liny IhaIrbrealth eeSCalpts from Lontillnen a tal floids. T'ihe vast but desolatle lake c Eric is raiclhed, ani death claims nluiather victih, wiiu is drowned by the e lupsettiing of ii raft oii which they had a beeni swept down i a swolleun river into o the salllt laike. The leader tand t ttln s tllitlled Stliley arile Iow left, iiand they t coiiniiie on the route ioriginally intended. e Thley reiach tlie...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CALENDAR FOR OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 19 October 1894

CALENDAR FOR OCTOBER. he The following are practical jottings by T''hontes Lang andal Co., trserym'en a nl nd seedsmeni, M[elbOarn : In October, there are more seeds t sown tIhan ill any other ImontIlh of the Syear. Hoot crops shouhl be put in eh largely, lthe advanitage of such as carrots e and parsnips being that when miatuired ai they can be stored in dryv sand and s. supply vegetables when other varieties st are scarce. 1angolls should he largely Spl]anted, both for winter feed, where al their use is appreciated, and for supply s ing Ia nutrititive, juicy, andl palatable is food, in the hot, dry months of the Autumn, when the grass is scmrched it and dried up. Other feeds for cows is that should ie put in are maize, and the ordinary sorgham, or the larger growing n variety, the amber cane. Ileanls, French - Sow " Caliltndin nt Wondelr " 2 inches deep. in rows 2 feet a (; inches, and seeds :1 inches apart. it 'fii plants to 6 inches apart. Where ie ground is inclined to cake hard...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 19 October 1894

IMPOUNDINGCS. BESALLA.-By Mr Terrett, Linma, black mnare, hack, near hind fetlock white, branded IM over UI near shoul der. On 28th September, by Mr F. Scholes, Benalla, yellow and white steer, about 2 years old, branded JA off rump; black and white steer, same brand; red steer, white under belly, satie briand ; red and white steer, same brand. To be sold on 31st October. On 5th October, by Dr Ryan, Benalla, bay horse, spring cart sort, bald face, off fore foot and near hind foot white, blind off eye, branded B near shoulder, W over u near rump ; chestnut mare, about 14-. hands hfgh, blaze; near hind foot white, off fore leg ring-boned, white spots on flanks, like faint illegible brand near Sshoulder. To be sold on 7th November. M0'noolnoo A.-Brown mare, small star and snip, blotch like parenthesis over MI near hip, near hind coronet white; red bull calf, K off rump, hole off ear; red heifer, MK off rump ; red and white bullock, white face, parenthesis over JR 'off rump ; red steer,...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COLLEGE JACK. SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS CHAPTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 19 October 1894

COLLEGE JACK. SYNOIPSIS OMF PI'I rVIOUS C01IA P'I'IEllS. ''The iscilla oli'ns on the easiot coasIt of Vran I)iemtan's Inil in .1811) in the wihl but. lpicturesqle district of Fiingial. iAt that time setlihmenit is ,pur'se, aind - the e ft free set lers are de pendent on cotnvit 111mr to develope their holdings. These atss;ig?led servantsi , as they were called1, soneitime's conimitted desiperate outrlages;l , andlllt the nlllllsl of \'oa I)ic iiu,'s !'iuld re hiIndstained with their history. A settler am.ed Eldw:nards lived inl the district at Ilollnmsulcle (Creelk witlh his wife, tllre solis and d.lglhter. The wife llnd sons lealve on : v.isit lt a dyingi, reItive at1 Chitphl..ll To'lwn, unil, dulring' their llabsence, the con?ict P, servatls at the ho.lding of one 1m.ed Uarrows, i few miles distint frolll EdwIl dlll.' pliacet, i aand IIIImassacre oll Iliurrotws. The son, Tom Itirrows, whol is engaged to Muary EdIlwardls, escape: , ? IIld accidetOllly the father of the latter disco...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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Cool Bravery. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 19 October 1894

Cool Irirh cry. I have heard it said that small men are generJlly braver than toll men, but one of tile moot stolidly and imoiov'able brave men I have kown is several ilcohen over Eit feet II beight. I have oflenll sen im, from pure liz ne,", when relieved from duty in Lth nlivane, d trrncbhe before S.bas:opol, step oat eotlly in the rear of the parallel where he hI lpa,, id at the moment to bý, and take a hr, hlne for c:iIp, exposed for m ,ny hundred yards to a oheavy rill. tire from the advanced w rk- of the Ilt s ianse. lie might have w . 1t,: IIllathirollulg the trenehes in safety, bit e o was too b?zy or too cacelees of his life to go o fi.r :oune. I ji :iember a curious itletanele of hin imlperturbahility some years a it rwadC, when lI mct himin China. In the a Si tll O' tIhe Td'ktl forts we had to cross two d -.h, l i Itd with water. Ooo of these was u'1 :. oily widlte and deep to reqllire a brjdge t beo ,brown over it. In carrying uop a light i Al.ltr-y ptu00on brid;ne to la...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 19 October 1894

GENERAL NEWS. .£5G 7s taken "at the R. C. Bazaar last night. " CliTf andt Bunting's flax breaker call he seen oil opposite page. 'rTasnitn's Peninsula and its horrors. Iead this paper next week. List of ldonors to the Tatura Agri cultural Society on page 10. Mr Stokes, of. ialdwinsville, did well as a prize-taker at yesterday's show. The chairman at the show social sang a comic song, and did it in good style. The receipts at the gates and stand of the Tatura Show yesterday totalledl "£111. NmIInuirka Shlow celipsed atll.its pre decessors both il.n number atil quality of exltibits. Lietitelinant T'lhoinas and the outlaw. A story of Iheroismn. In next week's Tatura IH'erhls. Order it. -1000 lipeople attended thie Nutnurkld Show, and every one left well pleased with the display. Secretary M~'Kinney is to be congratu late:l on the success of the N?nuurkalh Show. His trrangements were excellent. Gate receipts at the Nimuarkah Show .£103 or £) more tlhan was taken last year at the gates. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 19 October 1894

THE KYABRAM UNION, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 4894. atura anb 3oulbutn a?a1er 1Ia toral anb :t, , , tcricu tura1I ZocietE. S.SPRING SHOW, 15 94. M? THMA /OAN :1 '. •yr ,1 ?i?;:.'i..~ ..:;,, ýF. M.7 2y~ ' ,, .r " mJ tý ? ?%'?'?" MR GLORGE' PAGAN, PRESIDENT. -4., - " M . L " S t3$ .i ; 2 F : -, S.. Ag· 4'. PORT R ;h3 I TS *le -r~~o TH?·;·~ Officers and some of the Leading Members of Committee. Ni { .S *; .."C ii.ýýý9:'ý1",y ýýyr R., ",µ' ýý} ?s rL;I~r sI I · b(. r11ýK11Ia [1 (11,1 ýtK. Lp AN ";ý. rr`:: ýr ý ra r ."..y ý,".4 "ýlsfi,#1( .' r,- ' , + ;'ýa ýý.:r:,y; '° l i '.? r · -ýt '? ý

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EUROPEAN ARBITRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 19 October 1894

EUROPEAN ARBITRATION. By LAnY, CooK, nee T?tssae:E CrL.lt.tIS. Just as "any rope is good enough to hang. a dog with," so in the past any cause has been good enough for war. Chronic international hatreds and jea lousies lmade the nations ripe to fight for tnaginery incjuries or advantages as readily as for real ones. TIhus IL spirit of contempt. and animosity towards foreigners was encouraged by rulers so that tlhey might the iore easily excite tihe people to war phliensy whenever they desired it. The patriotism and genius of poets were en:listed on the same side. A century ago tile muercenary pen of I)ibdin fired the navy to incredible heroism. IHe flattered every prejudice and foible of our simple-mindled tars. Not a forecastle but rung with his songs . " While Englishl bosoms oaist English hearts, We'll tip 'eCas all roull a touch; While with Irdour each starts that nothing tan ltulench, 1e'll battg the Spaniards, ibetar the Dutch, And block up alnd laugh at the French. Now the re...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE PRESENT SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 19 October 1894

THE PRESENT SEASON. ,[any persons mlay not lie aware that the season now upon us.with all its wealth of youthful verdure and floral embellish ment, commonly known as " beautiful Spring," has its perils as well as its de lights. Experience reveals the dis ,quieting fact thatthe human system is subject to vicissitudes brought about by climatic influences peculiar to Spring-tide. While nature is assuming her most at tractive features, and delighting the senses, there are opposing influences at. work which frequently; in a secret and insidious way, go far to counteract the joyous sensations resulting from the renewed beauties of the vernal revival. Too often the impaired action of smone ti iital organ;, probably the ,kidneys, produces a vitiated condition of the blood, attended by boils and abscesses,and many painful symlptomns, which render it im possible to .enjoy life. .The liver, also, if not actually congested, becomes slug gish and inactive, causing a number of other disagreeable ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE PUBLIC GARDENS ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 19 October 1894

THE PUBLIC GARDENS ENTER TAINMENT. The entertainment given at tile Mc chanites' Hall on Fri(day evening last, in aid of the funds of the Tatura pulllic gardens, was attended by a very large audience, and tle comllittee have every reason to feel satisfied with the result of their labors to add to the gardens' fund. The steadily improving Tatura brass band rendered several selections in front of the hall prior to tlhe entertilnment beginning. Mir. F. Williams presided, and in stating for wlhat object the entertilln nmet wavs arranged, took the opportunllity to claim the support of tlhe residents of Tatural for tIlie public gardens. T'1hey wo1ld be found a wortlhy feature of the town to support. A great deli of work had already been done in then, and Inany ornamelntal and useful trees planted. With monetary and practical help the gardens could lIe made Ia beauti ful rnd agreeable acquisition to the district, as well as.ln attractive spot for those interested in arboriculture. Miss C. M...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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WE ARE LEAVING NO STONE UNTURNED [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 19 October 1894

WE ARE LEAViNG NO fOiNVE UNTURNED to allow you thLt Warner' a Sale Iemedies are heNonlyepeaoitie for the dieaseu to which they repet?aivel aut.ply. Beulaturier we do not oare everything from one bottle. Take l'arer's .Safe Cure for Bright's Disease, Jauadice, Gravel, Stlme and Catarrh of tie Blndder, Lame Back, Dropsy, Impotenly, Inlluon.,atioi of the Kidneys, Liver and Uri. nary Crgane-, 'l.umor, A baces~ae, Convulslions, [rregIla. Periods, Indigestion, Female Comw. plaints, Changu of Life. Debility, Malaria, Hea'rt. Blood, Skin, and other disauses, cau.ed by deranged kidmneys and liver. Take IWarner's 'afe llheunmaic Cure for Lumbago,, Sciation, Gout. Neuralgia. and all Rheumnatio affections. Take Wuarner's Safe Nervine for Dizziness, Headache, Nen aulgia and Vertigo, Nervous Prostration brought on fronm excessive drink, Mlontal lhoeks rom overwork, etc., Nervous ipaems. Rushl of Blood to the Head, and Lpuplectiu tendencies. Take I'arner's Safe Diabetes Cure, tihe only Speelfl for...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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YOU ARE THE JUDGE [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 19 October 1894

YOU ARE THE JUDGE Cu,ebit beer: on trial for 14 yeare. sidl is dJlodg t: lo be thr it. Isllible'sopre fia in all cases of livjy trouble II oures hlri0I:I 0 a ieam0 thjaL awl U I couoslmplion ul tr thle klde'--.iat trull) nnaioInal malady-the scourge of the Cell. tuly. There may be no albu.len iL the water, and no tube cast6, orT lutIOIT1ts DIsEAsE IMAT oE PrtILSET. 11 often develupt suddenly, and may run a total oo0,rae before it is recognised. Acute llrightl' disease tan? run a rapid course. It is cllaracLerised by chills, fevrr, vomiliul , shortness of breath. tenderness over the Iidneys, a scanlty, dark colored, very albumiinous urine, dropsy of the feet and limbs, snrple?seles s. The system is rapidly enervated. Other diseale· sulervene, such ns plnelltmnuia, bronchilis, heart diseater. IpleuIt iy, It henU tiaLll, uric acid, blood poison. IL'arIner's Safe Cure is the only ramed) w, lch lihu the Iower Lito e psi the urio acid and urea of the systetm, of which there are over 500 g...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 19 October 1894

IoTORIkAN" " RAILWAYS. TENDERS are ielital for ilthe pircitso and removal of gatehousea Nos. 3, 5, i;, be tween Toohunb and 'l'tturn stations. Par ticulars at Murchlison, 'Ioolanba, Taltur, andl Shepparton stations. Deposit £1 for each hotlOSe. ' Tenders alccompanied by the necersaryt de pI lt, and inidorsod "Tender for. 3, i?, gate. housest," must oc dcpodtltel in tlh Tea letI Box, &cretary's Ollcc, Splencer-stcret, FIelliurne, at or before Twelve o'cl,ck noon of Monday. 29th October, 1I1. - ; No tender will neccesarily be ~ cccepted. B Ey oiler. 11. 0. KIEN'T, Secretary for Railways. VICTORIAN RAILWAVY;' TENDERS are invited for the suppIly oI 200 tons of Firewoo I at the Inmpinlg engiine, Kyabmrm. Particulars at the ltailway Store keepr's Otice, Sprecer-street (room 74). Preliminary deposit £2. Tenders, ;'atcompanied by the necessary preliminary deposit; and indorsel "Tenler for Kyabram firewood," must he deposite I in the Tender Box, Secretary's oflice, Spencer street, Me...

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DRIVING THE BRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 19 October 1894

URIVING THE BRAIN. The tu;rlllb liver ano kid neo trouble re. aulhing from studious or other nden ,iry occups ioncanonly be porman. ently re moved by W a r ne r' Safe Cure f you rob your system of its rest by study, it will surely have itp r. vcngo on you 4Outraged nature is an aimnst irmplcatbri foe; Warner's Safe Remedies arc the t nly sure peace.makers. Of the scores of thoanslls of t rofessional men in the Australiae, who are run down by over-work, the great majority finid fresh energt in WVarler a Safe Nervino, Such an one is the Rev. A. Douglas Mit. :hell, Church of England clerg)man at Dunkell (Vic.) Mr. Mitchell writes on etr late of May 3rl.:--I ave known of U. 11 Warner & Co's. Safe Remedies for .he pIst three years, riand haues fi,,l them lery useful. Warner's Safe Nervine, :speciallv. I can roco.menlllll to anllyone - hIo 11tffers froml n rvoullnees or sleep. seaenes catised by exiresive brain work.

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