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MEETINGS, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 4 December 1914

MEETINGS, ETC. IVednsday, 2nd—Eecfcor at Strath merton and Mywee. Friday, 4th—Litany, Numurkah, 8.30 a.m. Cuoir, 8 p.m. Confirmation (J1S38, Strathmerton, 7.15 p.m. Saturday, 5th—Confirmation Class, Numurkah, 7 30 p.m. Sunday next—HOLY COMMUNION, Numurkah, S a.m. CONFIRMATION SERVICE 7.30 p.m. Special MENS' SEEVaCE, Numurkah, 3 p.m. CON FIRMATION, Strathmerton, II a.m. Tuesday, Sth—Litany, 8.30 a.m. G.F.S. 8 p.m. Wednesday 9th—Rector at Inver gord n. Meeting joint Vestries, Numur kah, 8 p.m. Thursday, 26th— Rector at Wunghnu. Litany, 10 a.m. Meeting G.F S., Wun ghuu, 7.30 p.m, HYMNS tor next Sunday (First Sun day in Advent)—51, 157, 347, 349, 207, 271, 540, 391, 165, 274, 215, 604). Preacher next Sunday—The Bishop of WaDgaratta. Meditation this week—Rom. 13, vv. 11*3.

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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WIRTH'S CIRCUS. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 4 December 1914

WIRTH'S CIRCUS. Once again Wirtb's Circus is to visit Numurkab, the date announced beiug Monday December 7. It is with joy ful anticipation that this announcement is always received in the district, for although entertainments of different descriptions are frequent, nothing ap peals to the popular taste like a circus, and no circus like Wirth's. They havo long been the premier show in Australasia, and the place has been so hard-won that no mistake is made which might cause the loss of it. As is usaa\ there is infinite variety in nie j programme. All the tarns are fresh and novel, and comprise the pick of the world's shows. Foremost among the attractions advertised is the turn by Madame Berzac, the American mil lionaire horse trainer. She has some very small ponies and some mules, and has developed their sagacity in a re markable manner. The turn is full of hamor and interest. From Paris have been obtained the three Hussans, who are exceptionally clover. It would be indeed hard to fi...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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Church of England Chronicle (Edited for the members and adherents of the Church in the Parochial district of Numurkah.) Rector, Rev S. W. Williamson, ThL. Plan of Church Services for December. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 4 December 1914

Church of England Chronicle i (Edited tor the members and adherenta of the Church in the Parochial district of Nnmurliah.) Rector, Rev S, W, WilllamBon, ThL. Plan of Church Services for December, 6 13 20 27 NUMURKAH eR MR eR eR S.S. 2.30 p.m eD STE'THM'T'N MR aR MR aR S.S. 10 a.m. WUNGHNU ? eR — MR S.S. 2 p.m, KATUNGA ? ? aR — S.S. 2 p.m. On above plan m stands for morning, a for afternoon, e for evening, M for Morning Holy Communion, S.S. for Sunday-aohool, R for Eector, D for Mr Davis. The Rector desires that immediate notice be given of all cases of serious illneBS. Marriages—By appointment (except in Lent). To avoid possible inoonvenieuoe, the Keotor desires early notification. Bector visits State Schools—Tuesday, Numurkah (weekly), 9.15; Wednesday, Invergordon and Mywee, 9.15 ; Thursday, Wunghuu, 9.15 ; Strathmerton, 3.30 p.m, (all fortnightly).

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 4 December 1914

CHURCH SERVICES. Methodist Church.—Services next! Sunday are as follow :—Numurkah 11, Baulkamaug'n Sth 7.30, Mr Caldwell; Numurkah 7.30, Biulkamaugh Sth 3, Waaia 11, Rev Hiatt; Wunghnu 11, Kaa riuiba 3, Mr 6. Fowler; Wunghnu 7.30, Maruugi 11, Congupna West 3, Rev Yuo; Cobram 11 and 7.30, Koonoomoo 3, Rev Lawry; Baulkamaugb 11, Mr W. Fowler; Naring 3, Mr Glenny; Strafchrnerton 3, Rev Whit:-; Bunbartha 3, Mr Betts; Katamatito 3. Buubirtha 11, Mr Jaffray; Katamatitd 7.30, Mr Delarue; Dunbulba lane 7.30, Youarang 11, Youanmite 3, Rev Taylor. Church oe England—For Church of England services see church oolumn. PRERBYTEBIAN CHURCH PLAN U W Ki ^ !zj ** S3 O _T* C > CO . f-j L. Rev. J. A- Lee. A. C. M. Alexander. Presbyterian Church, Nathalie Circuit Services will be held on Sunday next as follows—Nathalie 11 and 7.30, Plcola 3, Rev. I Glyn Jones. Church of England - Services will be held on Sunday next as follows— Yalca (H,c ) 11, Narioka (h C.) 3 Nath alie 7 30, Rector; Nathalie 11, Mr ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 4 December 1914

TheNumurkah Hotel Melville Street (next Mechanics'.) THIS Patatial and Commodious Hotel has recently been erected at great expense, and has been furnished in the most up-to-date manner, and is the best equipped hotel outside Mel bourne. The Accommodation is of the best, and the quality of the meals, liquors, etc. guaranteed first-class. Old and new friends given a cordial welcome. Hot and coli baths. Electric Light. Every possible convenience, A. WILSON, Proprietor PLUMBING AND TIN SMITHING. lift (Licensed Plumber and Tinsmith) | ^EGS to announce that ho has COM MENCED BUSINESS on his own account as a TINSMITH AND PLUMBER, Solicits a Share of Public Patronage Adddress: KNOX STREET. [■ Next Brown, Oorko and Oo.'s Timber Yards, Will be promptly attended to FIRST-CLASS WORK GUARANTEED. Agent for A, E, Jones' Generators John Darling & Son. Purchasers of Wheat in any quantity. CASH ON DELIVERY. ■REPRESENTATIVES at Wunghnu, A*' Nnmurkah, Waaia, Katanga, Strathmerton. New Corn Sack...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 4 December 1914

After Fifteen Years, Time ia the beat teat of troth. Here is a Shepparton story that has stood the test of time. It is a story with a point that comes home to many of us. Mrs James Ladgrove, High-street, Shepparton, says :—" Fifteen years ago I stated that Doan's Backache Kidney Pille hod cored me of kidney ailment, and gave yon permission to pobliBb this statement for the bene fit of other soSerers. I am pleased to say now that time has proved my core to be a permanent one, for I am still free of the ailment. I had been a martyr to backache, and always felt drowsy and heavy, and had attacks of vomiting, hot Doan's Backache Kid ney Pilla altered all that fifteen years ago, and I have been right ever since, f advise all sufferers to use this remedy ; a dose or two of the pills occasionally keeps one in good health." We feel the need of a good kidney remedy as we grow older, for the kid neys becomo weak with years of work. Then give yoor kidneys the help they need by taking the groat ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 4 December 1914

ES PLEASE .NOTE.—Ladies jested to note that the offices of tyes College of Health have re born 46 Elizabeth street, to Buildings, 327-329 Collins Melbourne. The college has the ®8cy iu Victoria of DrD - M. K.famous Orauge Lily Treat tfi'ch for the past 25 years has feting such wonderful cures Ntnen in all parts of Australia benefit of sufferers, aud for P'hosa homes King Baby has tppear, a free valuable medical i "be sent to anyone writing to Tlic Ladies College of tfi, Phair's Buildings, 327 Collins j ^Melbourne. ' QUALITY IS VALUE. When baying boots 'tis a golden rule to have four qualities in view That is quality, value, solidity and fit, and I'm perfectly sure that you Can secure the above at John's, and I'm sure you will not rue The energy expended in coming to his shop, whore satisfaction to you will accrue. RejmirH a specialty. Coming by Special Trains Wirt Si Br®®' 5,18 j fill m (LIMITED.) Greatest Show on Earth. Opening at NURS2URKAK on (VBori€iay5 De©0 7th. For Positively ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 4 December 1914

-A.TT £»T!!R;.A,XjI.A You will not get better SUITED than from our Tailoring or Suit to Measure Department. - - - Reason No. I—We have no Expense at all in our Tailoring Department. Reason No. 2—We carry no Dead Stock. Reason No. 3—We allow the big Woollen Merchant and Wholesale Tailor to hold the Stock and simply carry their samples, representing an immense variety of cloths. We just take the measures--they do the rest. Reason No 4>—You have the immense stock of a Warehouse at your disposal to select from. Reason No. 5.—We pass all of the advantages on to YOU. Reason No, 6.—You must never expect 11 get JJl value for 20s spent with the City Tailor's Travelling Representative, as lie wastes nearly half in expenses—hotel, travelling, salary, incidentals, etc, Why not pocket that amount yourself. You do it when you order from us. Reason No, 7,—Not only in the saving of your good money, but you reap the benefits also in the materials which are all fresh from the Mills Reason No 8--No...

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THE RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 4 December 1914

the Rainfall. The following is the rainfall as regi torod at tkoNunmrkah gauge from 188 II LI 68*11 68*11 W2Z 09H ivn 0£'£l 81*01 09! II 96*91 00*11 2I*e| 96*21 81'SI £9*11 60*92 68*81 £9*81 £1*12 £2*61 99*82 19*01 8f 0 9f '1 £8*0 fO'O 28'0 88*2 02*8 II'O 18*0 — 88*0!,08'0 29*0 211 ore 96*0 8Y0 OI'O 88*1 20*0 £8*1 iaqmooao; zr 61*1 9£'Z *0*0 La' o £0*1 82*0 08*0 18*0 56*1 2£'OOFO £6*0 — 12*0 fZ'Z 02*2 69*1 £ 9*1 LY 2 69*0 joqmaAO^ 89 0 £2*1 98 LOS 99*1 91*2 69*1 02*1 9£*l 88*0 86*0 81*186*0 — 06*0 91*9 89*1 08*2 88*1 19*1 10*2 88*0 J8qo;0Q 10 I 12*2 £9 6£*2 OT-'I 68*0 10*8 2i*0 89*1 20*1 01*0 68*090*1 98*1 88*0 80*1 89*2 f9'l 99*0 19*0 £YZ 0**2 *" jgqmojdag 86 2 -68'I 02*1 £9*2 99'0 00*2 18*0 690 0£'I 80*2 82*1 88*I9£'S £9*0 88*1 TS'Z 91*1 09*8 on 29*1 99*8 61*0 qsnStiy 92 I 69* ■ 8** I £8*1 t>0*Z 21*5 18*1 1-9*0 8£'I 12*1 62*0 81*119*1 09*0 18*0 80*2 IFI 88*1 98*2 20*8 2F0 08'0 - iC[njp 9V Z £'2 69-o' 68 0 £9*1 201 92*1 08*2 91*1 00* I £0*2 90*8 89*881*2 19*1 92*1 12*8 19*1 12*1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 4 December 1914

If you want a Smart Suit For Xmas. Its a pity to delsv until the last minute and then to meet the disappointing fac(. that you are crowded out until after the holidays, just because you didn't put on a little more pace. So HURRY NOW ! Call or Send lor McPhcrson's Patterns. In New Summer Greys, Browns, and Blues they are the very materials local men like, and when tailored in faultless McPHERSON style make the best suit ever worn In Numurkah; BE LOYAL TO YOUR TOWN. Keep your business in Your Own Town. Don't send it to the Oity Factories. See also Latest Hats, Shirts, Underwear, Etc. A. HcPHERSOM, Expert Tjsilos*. 3*1 litter, Etc. ' NUMURKAH, Defy the HEAT Merely WISHING for summer comfort wili still keep yon a victim to heat with Sunburnt Skin, no appetite sqd sleepless nights, etc. Give np WISHING. Try these linps and be absolateiy free from Summer discomforts. A Sure Cure for Sunburn, Freckles, Blemishes, etc. NYAL'S FACE CREAM takes the sting oat of sanbarn, drives oat blemishes, ...

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POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Common wealth" is used in connection with the[?] rates and regulations it includes Papua Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island. LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 4 December 1914

tto ueu [Where the term "Tho Common wealth" is used iu connection with l-hew yai-es and regulations it includes Papua Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island/ LETTERS. For every J ounce or fraction thcroof. .b or delivery within the- Common wealth 0 1 For delivery in the British Em Pire 0 1 For delivery in the New Hebrides', Banks, and To-rros Islands .. 0 3 tor delivery i.u other places .... 0 2j LETTER CARDS. " nor delivery within the Commonwealth Sing e, Id. each; reply, Id. each half delivery in the British Empire (eo Jis-t or places under "Letters^)—fiia gle. Id. each. For delivery in New Hebrides, Banfca and Torres Islands—Single, 2d. each tor dehvory m other ptocen - Single zjd. each. POST CARDS, uiuglc Postcards impressed with th> Id. stamp, and Reply or double carda eacn half of which has the Id. eta mi impressed thereon, may be traus-mittei to placea within the Commonwealth, am wr Ti'CBe Prices, enumerated unde; Lertars," to which letters may bi transmitted at the rate of ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [?]ONS FOR DISMISSAL. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 4 December 1914

Despondence. FOR DISMISSAL. To the Editor. 1 Pechotscb has been so |[y and energetically circn |ged reasons for his dismissal Ltor of the Nnmurkah Town Ja these "reasons" are so j variance with fact and com that onr committee con fill explanation should be made, lllastice >■ the members and to SrterK.F the band. Mr Pec Pf?j3 the public are aware, was 4<! as conductor some months '^salary of £2 10s per week, ■ j,"of bis appointment including of either side terminating iment by giving one month's Immediately prior to Mr Pec arrival here the band was ignlsr recitals in the Park on ifternoone, and it was pointed' a that those recitals mnst be J, The publio was evidently j Ified with the qnalty of music | fjodging by the many appre ggjsjarks made, and it was only vMt&ted that under the tuition of I conductor at least as \ j performances would be what did we find ? Mr fltf1 '^rew every obstacle pos |§tfe way of the band's public |§lp> by gi'iDg reasons that .^rs w...

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RIFLE SHOOTING [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 4 December 1914

RIFLE SHOOTING Afc the annuil meeting: of the Tally garoopna Riflo Club held oil Saturday night, the oilauce-.-iheet for the previous yoar was read and adopted, showing a small balance to th«ir credit. The resig nation of Mr Thomas Strang »b captain was accepted and the vacancy filled by tho appointment of Air Wtu, A. Trcwin, Mr Wm Pinchheolt was e'ected President; Mr C. R. AIcKtjJ zie,' ice-captain; and Mr Geo Close, jun,, secretary. Members were notified that the range was open for musketry, and it is anticipated that a lot of new members will this year oin the club.

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CRICKET. NUMURKAH v. WUNGHNU. NUMURKAH. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 4 December 1914

CRICKET. • NUMURKAH v. WUNGrHNU. NDHtTRKAH. S. Warne-Sinith, b P Bourke — 41 J. Hargreavos, c Cook b J. Bourke 10 A. Marshall, b Quinn — — 4 G. Staggard, b Quinn — — 1 J. KittsoD, b Quinn — — 2 A. Oates, b Quinn — — H. R. Brown, l.b.w. b P. Bourke — 3 "W. Tyros, b P. Bourke — — 1 J. EL Akers, b P. Bonrke ^ — 0 H. Campbell, not out ^ P. Reardon, c Dudley b Quinn — 0 Sundries — — 9 Total — • — 79 Howling : J. Bourke 1 for 30, G. Dud ley 0 for 17, P. Bourke 4 for 16, Quinn 5 for 9. - WONGUN'U. J. Bourke, b Hargreavea — — 6 R. Pinchbeck, run out — — 42 A. Jeffery, b KittBon — I C. Dudley, c Smith b Tyres:— - 13 P. Bourke, atp, b G Staggard — 0 W. Quinn, b Smith — — 2 Taylor, atp, b Oatea — — 14 D. Quinn, not out — — 27 B. II. Cook, l.b.w, b Staggard — 8 C. Anderson, b Oates — — 4 G. Dudley not out — — 11 Sundries — — 9 Total 9 wickets for —137 Bowling : Kittson 1 for 13, Hargreaves 1 for 32, Staggard 2 for 30, Tyres 1 for 18, Smith 1 for 20, Oates 2 for 10, Akera 0 for 3, TALLYGAKOOPNA....

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THE STATE ELECTIONS. MR J. D. MITCHELL, M.L A FOR GOULBURN VALLEY. AN INTERESTING CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 4 December 1914

THE STATE ELECTIONS. MR J. D. MITCHELL, M.L A FOR GOULBURN VALLEY. AN INTERESTING "CONTEST. A good deal of interest was taken in the State elections, though there was little of that excitement that often characterises polling for Federal seats. Locally, polling proceeded quietly, and there was no semblance of a " rash" at any time, unless it was jast before seven o'clock (the time appointed for closing the booth) when a lsdy rasbed in and breathlessly ssked if she was " in time." On being assured that she W88, she told that a lady friend was ontside in a boggy and wonid come in later. A rush set in then, but both managed to record their votes, and the doors were closed. Each of the four candidates had a number of friends working in their interests, with the exception, perhaps, of Mr McOlei land, whose canvassers wore not in evi dence, There seemed to be a doubt in minds of maDy as to whether ladies we'e entitled to vote, and though people are met who '' know of scores of women who d...

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HARVEST RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 4 December 1914

HARVEST RETURNS. One hea^B many reporfcg regarding the yie'd3 of hay r-r.ci wheat that a^e being ob'*iucd iu 'hi-! t'isirict. lo se rue cases a (on of bay to the acre and ap to fi^e bags r.f wheat are re ported, whi'st again n is told of the number of rou:;ds the harvester bus 'o make o fi'l a bus-. As an then ti ca'ed ropotns of hnrve tiv'urns make interesting reading, b? sides having an eff ct on the price of laud, we invito farmors In furnish statements of (be yields obtained. Tho names will not be published, if it is so de sired The iufo>'m ition wo would like, ia addition to the yield, is the a-mu sown, (he variety of wheat, whether or not the laud was fallowed, whether mature was used, and an approximate statement < f the raiu fall since sowing. Will tho farmers kindly furnish these details ? Complaint has been made at the action of tho electoral authorities In "commandeering" State schools for election purposes last week at places whoro there are public halls. S...

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CONGUPNA. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 4 December 1914

CONGUPNA. A clood of regret passed over this district with the news of the death of Mr James SwanD, which took olace on November 6th. The late Mr J. Swann was born in 1844, in the Connty of Armagh, Ireland. At the age of 21 years he cam§ to Victoria, and reeided at Woodend for aboa. 18 years. While at Woodend he took part in much pioneering work. It is to men each as the deceased gentleman that we owe onr comforts and the settled state of the country ; these were the men who did the work, whilst we of to-day are reaping the benefit. The State of Victoria is a fine monument to the pioneers of Victoria. The late Mr Swann moved to Picola, where he lived for 25 years. The last six years of his life were spent at Congnpna. As a farmer, be was snccessfnl ; as a man, ranch respected and loved. His kind liness, good bomor and straight forwardness won him many friends. It can truly be said that all who knew feU for his widow and grown up family of three sons and five daughters.

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. NATHALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 4 December 1914

district intelligence. [From Our Own Correspondent] NATHA.LIA. Florrie, the eigbt-year-old daughter of Mr F, Jones, met with a severe accident on Thnrsdny last. She was taking riding exercise when, by some means, she lost her balance and fell to the ground, sustaining a fractured arm. Dr F. J. Keyes attended the young sufferer. At a meeting of the Nathalie Agri cultural Society on Saturday last, practically the only business doue was the conside ation of a protest by Mr R Biggar against the prize for Maiden Hnntors being awarded to Messrs Sutc'iffe Bros. The protest was up held, it being shown that the horse had competed and won at Numurkah. The Chief President of the A.N. V., Mr A. Taylor, received a cordial wel come at the annual meeting of the local branch. In his address ho com plimented the branch on its strength and gavo some interesting figures auent the progress of the lodge gen erally, and gave an idea of its aspira tions for the future. The following officers were appointe...

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KATAMATITE. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 4 December 1914

KATAMATITE. On Thursday last Mis3 Ida Gou'd sod, second daughter of Mrs Gonldson, of Katamatitp, was j >ined in wedlock by the Rev, Mr William", Anelican minister, to Mr Will Mead, of Kafa matite. The bride, who looked really charming, was given away by her brother, Mr C. Heyme. Misses Daisy and Florence Gonldson>aeted as brides maids, while Mr-JT? Heyme success fully carried out the duties of best man. The church was crowded with friends and admirers of both parties, and the Wedding March was played by Miss Barber as the happy couple made for the bride's mother's residence whore a sumptuous breakfast awaited them. The young couple were greeted with good wishes and a little more than the usual amount of confetti. The newly wedded couple are spending their honeymoon in the Gippsland district. On the eve of her wedding a kitohen tea was tendered Miss Ida GonldsoD. Tho fnnotion took place in the local ( Mechanics' Hall, and a most enjoyable time was spent. Miss Gonldson was the r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 4 December 1914

fl llprhip pofep |s M || SPEAKS OF THE WORTH 0F.il !} SSementsToio | So ill his friends scarcely knew him i j and he v/ent to the Melbourne jj Hospital. A friend recommended [ | Clements Tonic, and that saved him I i This letter has been recorded because jj of its great crncslncss. and the way the j j l- 5 writer, Mr. Holliday, expresses his E ] jj j sufferings'and recovery. It shows what jj f , Clements Tonic can do. Mr. Holliday F j 5? writes from his business address, il3 \ j I] Madeline Street (Bakers Patent Peel j j f! Factory), Carlton, Melbourne, 19/5/11. [i j| CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., ' [j I I " I am glad to tell you what Clements j; ■; 5 Tunic did for me. A year ago I was so t > ill from bad liver and nervousness. I f! blamed overwork, and a rush of orders, j j To keep customers supplied I worked day r = and night, with the result I got so ill I I j could take no part in the business except ; j supervise. To give an idea bow ill and ; , changed I was, people who had not seen...

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