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A Queenly Gift. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 21 January 1899

i A iittfeeiSljftiiCt. r' Email, th^ Qa? m m,»ftijr®i thi#refBerl'iia-^1'ir about lo mark hler:»retireinent wiy tho'. taSk goy.trrfmont hy.-va?»^flfl5rtat jgar^yilty;-'^ ? i presented ,a% the (Mw iit'iie^'Begenc f 'with itf iSiVi-'11 ia^ ot 399,030 fl inns at the hiinb . i'fv1ihSJ 1 mastor of Aanstcrdatn on UefialfwtCWliafSh^itaion'.' ? Instead of keeping tha mutiiffi^t^'gift ilfc'!* -tititint - to, found a Hospital for ConWiJutjrfea ai 'lrteerBftiiM - of this n»ttoua1event,' and:' lirBprnfes -to ; deirVte '-ller own oojin tty' :h'duse in ; (jbriders 'trf ^Us 'jffnfjpose.' his marriage; -&n'4 ti idtKion aahdy eiirl' Aniottg ttl'e hsalth-giving pinp ' liMAa'. UfafortUnMelyi ci5&* sumption is very rife iu ^Holland sothe hospital Will1 be of great beueGt The remainder of the gift will be devoted to the aasistauce'OT ' tlic 'various charities in the Datoh colonies. Tiie:J){iteh' naticn is by.^o means -poor as -well us smalh--.aDd though 'immenEe sums were spent lately up...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE OXLEY MURDER. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 21 January 1899

THE OXLEY MURDER. Adki.aidk, Monday. Yesterday three members of the Queensland police force arrived on their; way to West Australia io take charge of Wilson, the man who was arrested in Albany ou suspision of. being concerned witi certain offences committed at Ipswich, Queensland. This sifternoon they will leave by steamer for Al' bauy. The Queusund Commissioner of Polioe has specially thanked the South Australian Commission er of Police for the promptness with which matters relating to the arrest of Wilson, were dealt 'with. ?'

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Queensland Horrors. THE GATTON TRAGEDY. GATTON, Monday, noon. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 21 January 1899

, The .fjueeiislaasl Slorrors. THE G ATTON. TRAGEDY. Gatton', Moadv-v. noon. ; ' The residents of the district are -becoming very dissatisfied with what they consider the elojvneas with whi:h tha police are irorkiug up the ease. The police, lioxcver, point out that us tley nill have to, depend very largely upon circumstantial evidence, they ore anxious to have all thi knowledge possible at tin ti iger ti.)* before t'l^y co iioience anything in the way of c«i:t proceeding}. They state that tueir iavistiga'.ions so Tar have been mo$i satisfatf to:--'r Taey »re hcp-:'ui t''.at it; tl\c coarse of a day or two they ;will hava traaai thc moveiujals luan Uargesi, wa.o isai'ow^i i cdjficdy, froaaithe tW; j lis lei t Boggo-tSfH (iaoi;4ll .he was arrested.'- ,Vj The poli^a ta the sub-iiiita-icts are making, a close] search a6d exhaustive inqitfiaa. They coier ou n-a - average about 30 miles a day. Although they de- j cline to disclose the reafliHriqiostigAtiojs thoy state that the iBf»rmation...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 21 January 1899

A Blayney jttait Talks of D^iu's aackaclic Kidney . / Pitts. .. When an in.;i.ient like this following oc cum hirs at hp.'i'p- it is - bound to carry weight with ojr readers . The .public state ment of a reput icle citizen working near this town leave - n-» ground forthe skeptic to staed on. ; Our revders will bo well acquainted with Mr. F. A. S-ira wh-i works at the local mine. He -informs ' u j : — ' For about 12 iuonlhaLI sutfji'e l froui severe, pains iu the small Joftny b ick;: It -was -only with; great dilGoulty l could attend to'- ioy woi;k.' My r business as' a. blacksmith (Mr. Sara is chief blacksniith at the B.lnyney mine) requires eoiiitant stbbpitig-and the paiii J endured in consequence was fearfuh-'-' Taking, up a paper on one occasion I uotiend tliit Doan's Backache Siidney Piili madtt'claiui to cure bapkache (wh.ichl^'really tho result of uu- . ii'ealthy kidnejrs). I. therefore repaired to MattheW pliarmacy and jgot some of the pills. Having taken theu according to d...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mandurama. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 21 January 1899

Alandurama. fraoM ouit coseesposcent.] It wa,j a great disappointment lo the children, and also tlie residents, when it became known that 'Mis? Macdermott, tho popular -school teacher, was. not- coming back to Mandurama. A number of children had got up early the tftoruing -she was: ex pected to arrive hero, for . .tho purpoae ; of masting her at the railway station, and when they found she did not -arrive (he little ones were very pfiuch affected. During Miss Macdcraiott's resideucs h'^re she had endeared herself to all by bfcr''matiy ex cellent qualities. ' .f-5*','. i , Oa visiting Gallymont a feW^'days.ago I noticed the chitigo very inarlc'ed. The battery and engine all silent, the. . empty housas, and th» quietness -nbout' tha stores And business places, wliich a few weeks jigo Arera all in full swing aud witli o'vVry ';sign of prosperity, being ii-»w all quiet. '* As 1 mentioned to you f last week that Mrs. Lodge, our populai'^JcAVmrsfress, 'was sjiioasly ill, I liad ho idea th...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Late Concert. To the Editor of the Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 21 January 1899

The Late Concert. To tlic Editor oj tin Blayiay Adoocati and Carcoar J . Herald. - i Sir,-T*Tour striiglitforH'ard appeal on 7th instant, asking that a balance-sheet be published showing the receipts and expenditure of ths late benefit concert, ' for tuc perusal of the public, was fully jastifiad ; and the prompters should havo seen to it before. I was tbiroforc'snrprised to sae, install of a baUnoe-sh^et sent i'i, a letter from tho Seor^taiy of the concert, containing insulting rj^-.ris an l .-i rem i.u to sapply tha desired information. As yoa serve I uy to til! writer a fitting reply, shoiviug to liiui that his i npu denes is on a par with his ignorance, 1 will not dwell on thit, only paying til at. h: ij deferring of censure. The expenses of the cou-crt in qu-Btion are sat doxn as £8/12/2,' and I think tha general public arc anxion'' to iinor,- the items of expenditure. As a lale, benefit vnlurliinmonU .-ire carried out with tHa expenditure as almost nil, nnd I! ayuey hai. hot b...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Blayney Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 21 January 1899

Ulayuey Slauiclpal Conucl 1. - The regular fortnightly meeting of thp above council wis' held ou Wednesday evening. Pre? ant— tha Mayor, Aldermen Ilewish, Pile, S ninsoa, and Woodward. Tho uiiiiultii of the pre vipur meeting were' read aud confirmed. ' CJMESPOXDEXCa. A letter was rea l from tha office of the i Chief S -cretary, Sydney, stating that the application of the council io.i £25 towards patting the cemetery fence in repair was under consideration. 'Received. HEPOBTS. The report of the limnce ommittee, re-' commending thu payment of accouuts amouniing lo il 7/1 6/3, was read aud adopted. A report wjs read from the Towja . Hall coiniuitiec, rocomnisndiag that new scenery be got forthe stage, rupairiug the chair*, and ji!so selling tlio drill shed. The: report was received.' ;A rqwrt iVo.u - the inspector of d.i'uid wis. read and. adopted. ! The lepoi t ot' ma inspector of nuisances -leali- .jchu-fly^ with tha picvaiimcc of the black thistif, aad askeil iiiritiuctiqiis from th...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
How Great Men Write. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 21 January 1899

How Great Men Write. Hardly ten persons of any degree' of fame, write such good hands as the present Coin inandtr in-Cliii f. ? - At the samettioie -it is a vury peculiar liandWriting ; upright, perhaps a !;tlje irr ^ular nt timcs, but always very firm, indicative' of an enormou.dy strong will. T-ie Ohief Justice of England writes an --xecilfni hand, albeit even more peculiar than iVifJ Wolseley'*. It is heavy, angu l.ir, d^v.iid o: thos-» ti-jurislias which spoil so many handwritings, aud lias a slight slant to til* i-is'r. Tiie. Prince of Wales writes fiirlv wrli ; a legible, rather heavy hand, with n ol.-int to tbe right and a freedom from fljuris'i. On the whole it is rather churn -t eristic. L--rd Salisbury's writing is — «e|l, simply shocking. The Premier writes »ilh .t tine nib, lightly, thinly and very I in d ly. He has a l»fiy disregard for the formation of letters. Hi* 1 tu's ' and 'n'»' '* generally. run alunj; the line without sug ge»- ion of getting up w; ere they s'inu...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Road Contracts. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 21 January 1899

Road Contracts. The following were the lowest tenders for road work, opened at Blayney on Wednes day : — .. Blayneyto Hobby's Yards -(fresh tenders). — F. Roscoai, £27. 9 other tender?, up to £43 5s. ; ' ljlayney to Guyong (fi-^sli Landcr's)t— -'W. Male/, £63/2/5. 8 others, up to £134 -4s. Matthews' to Forest Reefs (fresh tenders). — P. Fahy, £95 5s. Five others, up to £244 18s. ' Bathurst via Blayney and Cowra to .Grenfell. — P.Ryan, £58 1 4a. 8 others, up lo £106. Blayney to Hobby's Yards.— F. Ttosconi, £91/11/3. Mothers, up to £140/1 7/G. . Oarcoar to Felltimber Creek.: — T. Bright, £30. Six others, up to £75. Moorilda'to Neville. — P. Ryan, £11 19s. Eight others, up to £2.0 14s. Newbridge to Abercrombio River. — Jas. Gar van, £l0i Ws.~ 1-1 other tenders, up to £308. .Rockley. lo Trunkey.— P. Ryan, £43. 9 others, up to £110. -

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Guarding the Queen's Life. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 21 January 1899

Guard t «l-s Qnren 'h Life, It is remarkable that, though Qu'ren Vic- : toi ia «„t surround herself with 'a bady 1 of soldiers *h»n(-v»r sli-* g- m oaf, like many j suldieiK iuu-t to .protect the'msrlvvs, and ' though many plots acainst her life have been directed, ' she has never -come to any harm, nor of rec'-ot years within reach of- it. Ob viously there must he some xtrong. cause for this. Th-re is, and it happens to 1-e . the capability and vigilance of the few detec tives »li .-c special duty -it is tb protecV^he .: life of Britain's beloved monarch. '? w Ther.- are -alvra . s madmen ready to strike at. tbe life of any prominent-person, and the more pro iiineot that person the more raad innii there are, and the -more strong the desire to strike Plots aud attempts against - the Q-ieen a life hare not been -heard much about, but that is more because they have l-een nipped in the bud than because they have not been invented The two detectives, and there are only two . specially a...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Blayney Police Court. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18. (Before Messrs. G. Pile, W. J. Barratt, and D. H. McDonald Js P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 21 January 1899

01a-ney Police Court. ! , Wednesdat, January 18. (Before Messrs. G. Pile, W. J. Barratt, I' and D. It. McDonald Js P.) Hawkers' licenses were granted to A. Hewish, John Gray, William Hardy, and Frank' Edwards. [ A coach license was granted to G. Mont gomery, of Millthorpe. An auctioneer's license v.as granted to C. Hade, of Newbridge. (Mr. Pile retired from tho bsnch.) Mary Ann Hartnett v. William Hartnett; maintenance. Mr. Pile appeared for the complainant Mary Ann Hartnett deposed : 1 am a married woman, and live ab Milillliorpe ; I [hm the wife of William Hartnatt, the per son referred to in the information ; I was iuarried ia the Catholic church at Orange on 26th April, 1886 ; my husband has left ihe for about three months without support ' and I now ask for an order to be made against him ; he U now in work and getting £1 a week and his rations ; I havo six children ; I ask for 12/ a week. An order was made against defendant for 10/ a week for 12 months, payable fort nightly to...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 21 January 1899

Sensational Mysteryy-V We liave nll looked with admiring --eyes uponacoajurer who deftly^fii^ers ama^i'clo with the -words, ' Now you see itj an^--now you don't.' Take the canary in thtn cnge,'' I for instance, hinging blithely before i your | very eyes one moment, ' and then like a flash it 1*. gone. The oracle says tbe c&ge -is elastic ; but what becomes of the canary ? We know that it is somewhere ; but it dis appeared and we scratch pur heads. . tfhere is no need for Mr. S. G. Coulston, tailor, - of Mutwellbrook, to scratch his head, however,' and. look round for what he had lost, or make inquiries about the neighbours, He just took his pen in hand and wrote to us. He says : ' It is with pleasure I acknow ledge the wonderful efficacy of Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills in curing indigestion. They are, indeed, in my estimation, the best pillln the market. 1 have tried a good many patent medicines, but youra I aWa.11 - always recommend to my friends- as a|r£ liable medicine f...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Fortunes Going Begging. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 21 January 1899

Fortnaes Golug Hcgglag;. Strange as it may appear it is neverthe less a. fact that many thousands of pojuJs — t-» be exact, £135,000 on a yearly average — are left by decsascd person*, to nobudy. It is in the cases where the decsaaed persons have d.ed intestate without any known relations that this s-rangs thing occurs, an.l the property goes to swell the . maavy-bi^* of the State. The largest fortune left to nobody of which we have record was .£200,000, wliich fell' to the Grown iu 1877 through the death of a Mrs. Brown. Tna Treasury authorities i chuckled heartily at this, and After ad ver tising extensively for somtt time , for some' on# to come and do what they did noi want, viz , to. turn up aui prove his or her. claim to tho very ouifortabie fortune, they slipped it into their banking account anil chuckled a-^ain. But they did not chuckle for long, as four years later fivo {tali ins laid claim to the iDJaey, and after a lawsuit (hit occu pied a little matter cf ten years to se...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 21 January 1899

| /OPERATIONS DISPENSE P WITH.' I To Metsri. Colemnne and Sons, Cootamvndra. Dear Sirs, — I have used the Euc&lypt Extract erjiieh 1 got from j ou, &nd am .now quite oul of it. Almost every potsibltjcoijj piainti-I use it for, including burns, ,sraldr, cuts, bruises^ sore throats,, colds, chilblains, neural^'i^, toothache, -kc., -&c., and I do not believe there is any disease it u-jlj not cum if persevered with. Iu ulcerated sere lliTcmt or i.itLuned throat it is invaluable, hating hid personal experience of thu fact very recently. Where children or even adults are badly affected I usually erect, a kind of small tent near a fireplace, place a. kettle on the fire, and when ' the water reaches boiling point, I pour a quantity of the Euetlypte Extraet into tbe kettle, a,ud attach u long tuba to the spout of Ibu kettle, and make the steam play about the patient in -the tent; The stesm owing to tile distance it lias lo travelj when it reaches t^e..pat\eiit.i.s thu...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Bride's Fateful Dream. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 21 January 1899

I A Bride's Fateful Dream. A distressing tragedy, in which -the hero ine was-a young and beautiful. girl, married only a few' days Ago, has occurred in Paris. Maine. Charles Ducres was 20 years of age and belonged to an excellent .family. She mad# her futur# husband's acquaintance at- a | ball, au'l the couple li^jme^iately fell in love with one another. \ lu.cluc/cjiurse tliey were married and were passing their honeymoon in th# Rue de Vineennes, when, a -curioUs I circumstance brought' their happiness to an | abrupt termination. M. - Charles Ducrct, lying awake one night, .heard his wife mur mur .in licr sleep, ' Oh, how I love you Lucien Next morning he asked for an explanation. This was at first refused, but finally Ma-lame Ducres confessed to having once had a love intrigue with a young man named Lueien Roger. The jealous husband forced bis wife to make a written confession and declared that he could no longer enter tain th# slightest affection for .her. On Thursday night ho wa...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 21 January 1899

NOTES AND COMMENTS. Tlic BUynay carresponJcnt of tlio ' Daily T«1 'graph ' (-vh.jever sl'c!i psraia m if lit be) is evidently li ird up foi- news to sand to (iiut journal when lit* lias to resort to imagi nation to supply it. Oiio would think he was a *'_pe;ii:y a Jiner '' by reading tlie trash Jw acca?ioiia,'.U' §er\-ls. In Wuduesday's issao of tha ' To.'egrapli ' we read tilt! following — '*0-ving to tho defective gur liig« system tha sanitary state of the borough is had.' Without fear of contia (iioA-u, ne baldly assert tliit tha sanitary courlitioti of Blayney is not near a* bad a$ this wouM-be critic would try and mako. the pjtsid.t public believe, of course we dbiVt assort tiut its sanitary state is perfect, but w.hat we wish to co:iv«y is that it« condition will compare favourably with any inland town in the c-.loiVy. Sumo time ago we t-rong'y coaiiuniaeci tiie action of lite, cjun c|l in allo'-ving ratepayers to bury their ;ii«litsoii, not only bacause it was a violation of ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Nine Reasons for Supporting a Butter Factory. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 28 January 1899

Nine Reasons for Supporting a Butter Factory. . I The following nine reasons why farmers I should support the factory system, of dairy- j iug will be read with interest by Australian I ' milk growers : — 1. You will improve your land by chang ing from cultivation to grass. 2. You will hive twelve pay days every y«r- . j 3. You will not have to ask for credit. : 4 You can piy cash for what you -buy, 1 save money, and make friends. 5. Your bank account will increase from four sources : First, butter-fat ; secoud, calves ; third, pigs ; fourth, poultry. 6. You will remove hard labour from, your wife and daughters, such as carrying milk to the dairy, skimming m ilk, washing dishes, and churning your butter. 7. Your pigs would say ' thank you *' if they knew Iiow. 8. You will not have tho bluc3 when wheat falls tu Is 6d a bushel. 9. Your home surroundings will be plea sant and prosperous, and your neighbors will say 'behold wh:it the factory iia.4 done.''

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Some Famous Peace Congresses. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 28 January 1899

fcioiif c FiuuuuK Peace Cuugrtssts. Tbere h.-ive beeii -ipofice congresses which i ' made hi.t-'i-y '—a goo.J deal of it; but they were ucit of tins nature i of i that -\»hich lias just been suggested by the youug autocrat of Russia. Conferences .and congresses on behalf of peace hare been numerous: but it is a singular fact that comparatively few of ] Ithe number have determined anything be yond the, settlement of the dispute immedi ately beforfl (the com tu iesioti for adj ud icatiou. Very often thu congress or coiii mission which d rew up a treaty to'end A~war did ? not settle : the matter at issue, simply coming to au j agreement which terminated the struggle for | the luuinent aud postpoaed the dual settle- ] inen't. The treaty,- for example, that ended tin ; Franco-Prussian war settled nothing but the fuct tliat France had been worsted, and, to | pay the expenses of the war, was compelled ] to hand overan enormous sum to' tho Ger mans and to c-idfi two rich 'provinces. The ] m...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 28 January 1899

-'OPERATIONS DISPENSED WITH.,' ?To Jlessti. CoUmane andSunt, Coolamundra. : DsaB Silts,' — 1 have used the Euculypt ExtraeJ? wliieh L got from you, and aui now quite out of it. Almost «\ery potsible com plaiiit lusii it for, including burnt. scolds, cuiS-bruises, sore throats,; colds, chilblains, lieuriilgia, toothache, &c., izc,, and 1 do jiot' believe there is any disease it will not cure if pewevercd with. liVulcerfllrd sore throat or inflamed throat it is invaluable; having hid personal . cxpariunuc 'of the fact very recently. Whrrechildreii or even adults are badly affected I. usually erect a kiud of small tent 'eat a' fireplace, place a. kettle on the lire, and When the water reaches boiliiig point, Ipour a 'quantity of the Euealypte Extract into the kettle, and attach a long tubeto the' spout of the kettle, and make the steam play about the patient in the tent. The steam «wing to the distance it has to travel, when it reaches the patient is thus in a cool form and is ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 28 January 1899

.What is Coaslipillon ? Constipation,- or, astt is sometimes CiHed, eostiviifls*, is an iiisufScieniaeium of the JjowkIs, !* hereby a quantity 'of waste matter is kept in tlie systom. It is. often paused by irregular and careless habits, oriuay be the result of indigestion. ' To ''cure* tliis com-*' plaint it is necessary to establish regular and sufficient evacuations. This can. be done roost effectually by taking a shore | course of Bile Beans, following the directions^ closely. . Tlie most . necessary, point to,. bet, observed in this matter is regularity, of habit. A certain time shouIdbeset,_the early morning being preferable,andadhered to closely. '.Sufficient time, should ba given,; and nothing should be Allowed 40 interfere ] with this most necessary requirement .of good health. . If, after taking a coarse of Bile Beans, it is found impossible to secure the desired effect, tbe C9urse should be re- : sumed until no trouble is experienced. It is a good thing to remember' that ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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