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His Other Uncle. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 20 May 1914

His Other Uncle, A traveller, who, by.his twvang, evl, dently came from America, bilto(l'ed a railway carriage at IHereford tLhe other day, and enideavored to begin conversation in the following way: "1 guess the air or- this country is dead agen a long innings.". The remark ,was' reclived. In si lenoe liy the other passengers pre seont: bit the Yankee continued: "Now, the air of our climate is something liko a ellmate-kinder makes you live, want to or not, \Why, nmy Uncle Jabe' is nlnety-four next fall; but you waotildn't tbiank so to see him jump on and off Ils bicycle golug down South to see his old folk; and my Aunt Mlima, seventy six, and junior golf lchampion of' Fressia, By the time siloe gets a few moro years over her head she will be able to bent some of the older ones, I can tell youl. I assure you of this, that none of my rolatives they have all been brought up li Montana - havo handed nla their checks beforo they've passed the celntullry" A quiet-looking man who sat inl ...

Publication Title: St Arnaud Mercury
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BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 20 May 1914

BOROUGH OOUNOIL. Tiho ordinary mootlne of the St. Arnaud Borough Counoll was held In the (outrcil Chambers, Town Hall, on Monday evening, there being present: Ore, Rown (Mayor), Manallok, Sloano, Stratrn, Grlgg& , Oorboerr, M'Olashan, (nd Reod. An spology wa rPoolvod from Or, KeCoohnio. COl11i Pl ONDENOIC. From G, M.Gl hclso, 0),son, and famnily, returning thanks for kind .xpresionmS of sympathy In connoection with their recent sad boreavomernt.-Rocoived, From Rev. J. XV, Dsvion, invitingl Mayor, counnllors and oflioern and wives to attend an Imporial servlioo at 11 a.. at Chrlsat Chueh on 9:nday. 24th inet.--OUr. 81oano mnoved, and 0', Reed econdeld, tha tthe invltatlion bhe acceptud.--C srtiod. From thni tluoetlon Deopartmienrt, acknowlodglng reoolpt of letter relative to the action proposed to be tekeri in roegard to the local celebration of Emplr'o Dy, tReooivod, Ftron the seorotary COuntry lR.ade Board, per Mr., JXV, lPenningtonitX a,L,A,, Istating lthat ihie Board ras ...

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THOSE WHO DO THEIR BEST. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 20 May 1914

THUSiE WHU, 00 u~i Djib ~ f. Is It not time that the cant of thoeo 3ft-ropeated words, "1 did my best," be uphold to vigorous Drotest? One trembles to think from how many lips and on how many occaslous the phraso has been tendered as justiflca. ton for ,the grossest blunders, Vl~ether u?ed by a bank clerk who can't"add up," or a cook who ruins the "Joint'l't constitutes, *the harll mark of or'as incapabiilty"and is in. vfariably the filnal resort of the lazy and incompetont, To reilly do one's boat ia the most dllocult thing in the world; merely'to say one Ihas done it, quite the easiest. Hence the facility with which lazy people "trot out" the words: "Well, I did my best," But what of the incompetentso? Surely they, of all people, should slpurn the phrase as they would the Devil, belng, as it is, nothing but thn admission of a truth that it would pay thoem to conceal? The point of view of the mlan who says to his employer: "I am well aware that my mistake has involved you in great ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 20 May 1914

VICTORIAN Producers' Co. Operative Co. Ltd. lpadO~fte-4DS5 Collinaat,, Melbourne, rain Sbed..WliallBametown, v Vool, Hide, and Skin Stores, DAIRY PRODUO?E. Stook Salea-Molbourne, liendigo, Sun, bury and Nngalmbil, Lend, Estate, nod Insuranoe Agents, Bags, Manures, Oils, Twine, Gro. Ceres ea, &C. ENQUIRI1$ INVITED, p, & 0. Company Royal Mail Steamers, , For lataslles, Plymouth, and London, ,WI,,iS'at AdelaidG, 'rosmantlo, Colombo, ,den, Port Sal, and T ,,upir with permle. 'dontoo ll at Brindiel, First and Second SSlloon only. ..Loavo Steamr Tons, Com. Melb. S manuder,. 3 p.m. rrr--I-- -~--- - Blooltan,, 10000 Eladdock May 6 Mloreea 11000 Andrews May 10 Maloja ,, 12015 aVcs on Junoe 2 Ma~rmora,, 10000 luookyor Juno I0 1hetoiemors leava Adtlside the following Tbhareday at 6 pam. TO SYDNEY Leave Arrive Steamer. Tons. Melbouir'e Sydney, aloja ,,, 1500 May 12 IMay 14 Mlrmora,, 10000 May 2O May 28 Allateamers titled with \Yirolese Tuele grapicy, Speal Cheap Holiday Return T...

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HOW TO JUDGE CLASSICAL MUSIC. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 20 May 1914

HOW LTO JUDGE CLASSICAI' MUSIC. By Our Cyncic Tferd 1! if very simple method by which oven the greatest sceptic may ascertain whether a piece of muale is good, bad or indifferent, It is as follows, If the music goes, "Ons, two, three, hop, hop, hop," or "one, two, thiee, bum, bum, bumn," you may depend upon it that you are listening to unmitigated rubbish l3ut when you hear nusic which sounds as though a number of well-arrangefi notes vero stuck into na barrel and unergotically stirred about like a sort of harmonious oatmeal porridge, then you may assume that it is a lugue, and at once compose your features into an expression of profound liter. est. If, on Ilstening to the music, you fancy the notes are dropping aceidon. tally, onb the floor, and from time to time asserting themselves again in a luiet, dreamy sort of way, then. the blice is probably a nocturno, and noc· turnos, as you are aware, are very hi;gholass music indeed, When the notes seem to arrive in truck~loads, and each...

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FINLAND'S ARSENAL. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 20 May 1914

FINL.AND'8 ARSENAL,. Philantl has been called "'a land of achools," Twenty years ago the lannd had 23 per cent of its population un. dcr tuition. Uloeaborg, In the north, .vhich Is locally called Oulu, had seven schools for the up1eor and mlddle classes, and five for the children of the poor. It. is In relation to a school for the poor that Harry de Wiudt tells the following story in his book on ,lnland, . It was related to me by' an Eng. lishnian who, while passing through Oulu some years ago, made the ac. quaintanc of a schoolmaster, now deceased, Thle traveller expressed sur. Irlise that Finland was permitted by Russia to retain her currency. "Russlia dare not take it from us," was the schoolmaster's reply, "Daroe not! Why, you could not fight Russia" "Oh, yes, we could! We make guns, and very big guns, here in Oulu, We have an important foundry, Do you care to see it?" The Englishman followed his, host with surprised curlosity until they c?nme to the gates of a largo brickl buil...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 20 May 1914

FOOTBALL, Theo oponing rIltohos in connrotion with the Donald Aseooiation compoetition oommeno3 today. 3, . Arnaud vielb Watohemn, and will bn rprecented by tho following :--W, Baokway, 0. Tam pion, - Kiel, J, Andiroon, Oco Yatoe, Hl, Tatcholl, IR Hlnooklr, R. Baokway, W. Birabeudor, A. Whlitney,N l utcher, A, Woodford, L Boyer, I, Wellard, S. Lmbort, D, Walon, P, Shanahanu, W Taiib, The team anid eupportera will travel hy poecial train, leaving St. Arnand at noon, The return faro irJ 6/2. Thu proemiorhip competitiona wore oontinued in the metropolis onSaturday. Roeault :--Leagua - Fitzroy 7.1'2 -v Collingwood 7.10; South Mo'bnrneo 8 4 v (Jar'lton 7,10; Eanendon 7,11 v Richmond 7.7 ; 5b, Kilda 17.13 v Mlo hournoe 8 7; Geolong 13.0 v Univorsity 11 5, Assoolation-FootaCeoray 10,6 v Williametown 7.11; Bruneick 14.,18 v Port MeTlbourno 11,8; Norbb Mol bourne 19.19 v Hawthorn 6,223 E~eson. don 1,,13 v Northooto 7,9; Brighton 9,6 v lhehran 7,7,

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TENNIS. ST. PATRICK'S CLUB v. GOOROC [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 20 May 1914

ThNN IS, 'T, PATRIOK'S OLUB v. (0R00 A nmartobh between teams represoontubing the above, played on tho Gooroo courI, resulted in a win for the home beam by two gluoes The virsitors were ouenter. taimed at afternoon tien, and had a very oenjoyable outing, Foliowing aro the OO008 :P MIXIED DLOUIILE, L, M'Nulty and Miss M. Bray loab to A, Murray and Mrs While, 3--6; J, Larkin and Miss A. C-ino lost, to T Davitt and Mro O'Donohue, 5-6; J3, Ryan and Miss O Trency lost to 13, O'Donohbuo and Misis Devittc, 4--6 ; H Bray and Miss S. Breeno beat P, O'Donohue and Mrs Whitoe, 6-1. MEN 8 DOULIJaE8, Bray and Kelly heat Murray and Maloney, 6-2; M'Nulty and Ryan lout to Dvitb and Murray, 5-6 ; Lar. kin and Kildea lost to0'Djnohuo Bro , 2-6; Keolly and Kildea boatb Maloney and Murray, 6--5, LAD)IJE D1)OUBmltt Missoe Trecy and Breno beat Mrs O'Donoluo and Miss D)evitF, 6--3; Misses Bray and OaIne losot ro Mrs VWhite and Mias Dovitt, l-. (play eupended owing (P rain). TOTALh St, Patriok's Club, 4 ent...

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KOOREH. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 20 May 1914

KOOREH, (From our own Uorrospondont.) The annual hall of the Koorch Cricket Chub wa' hold on Friday nighlt last at Mr4 T'. Protor's residence. lThe hall was prettily decorated with Japanese lanterns and grC~cenery; and the evicketing material, arranged very nicely at one end, signified the object of the night's amusemenlt. There was a goodly imumber, of dancers, the men ibeing rather more prominent than the ladicM in point of mnubers, bu t ev\cirthelesJd, everybody was out for a night's enjoyment and seemed to got it, Mr. Charles \\Wandl and Mr, S, M'Nally acted ably as 3M's..C. Very good and suitabllc muic wans rendered by Messrns, Jd. Prootor and F, W\andel, After the comlpanv had partakenI of the bountiful nsupper, seoveral Irophsic were Ir'e sented by the president (lrh , l I)hnt) to melmbers of the olub who were fortunate enough to win themn, The President'a trophy, A handsome gold m~edal, was won by Mi', D, Tons, for olbtaining the largest number of wickets, Tlhe chli trophy, ...

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The Very Latest. Melbourne, Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 20 May 1914

The Very Latest. ------<-*- ·--* Melbourne, Tuesday evouing. Wheb,--Nothing doing ; nominal quota. lion arro 3/11, Tho Liverpool markot is cablod steady and slightly highlor, Flour, £9. Oats, 1/10 to I/11, Chall, £3/5. Hay, £4/10 to £5, lot?toer, £4 to £4'/5, Onions, £0, Thio Government trawler has arrived with 4i tons of fihl from tho South Conot of New South Waleso Mr. Glynn has given instrutotlons for Iho inmodiato uomnmeatoemnent of Ilia rilway fronm Pino Creok to Kateiorinio River in tle Northern Territory, Thio Maroont Co, will prooood againste tho Commonwealth for alleged Infriegmnoen of p.tent rglhtes ITho Federal Cablnet met to.day and dls cussed matteor of goteoral polioy. Tho Governor-Uenoral paid an ollicial call on the Stato Governor at thlo Stao oxeoutive ollio., OIt is exp)oted the Federal G,.overnitent will ask its support'ur to sit all nilght and to.morrow and endeavor to pass tlh Anti Prfoereno3 Bill. A oonforenoo of Federal and State offi-ials with the ...

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SPORTING NOTES. RACING. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 20 May 1914

PORTI NQ NOThl8, RAOINQ, It i notified by advertisement in another -oolumn that nominations for all handiosp ovente at the Winter umeeting of the St, Arunaud Turf Olub oloose with tho acorntary, Mr, T, Bilton, on Monday, 25bh iost. The entries for the Maiden Plate ar duue onu the lt of Juno,

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THE PREMIER'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 20 May 1914

THE PREMIER'S VISIT. The IHon, W, Watt, Promier of Victoria, will vieiB 8e. Arnaud to. morrowv, accompanied by the Hon. J., Dryedale Brown, Minister of Mines, and Mr., J, W, Penniangton, M L.A. for K.?ra Karo, The Pcauier's time will be fully occupied, the itinerary being as under, Mr. Watt and party arrive by the last train to.night, and will leave firBb train on Friday morn. lung, ITIrNERARlY, At 10 au, on Thursday he will leave the town hall and visit recrea. tion ground, King (Georgo'es Park, and post office site, The borough council will place its views betore tho Proemier on these matters, At 11 am, the St, Arnaud hospital will be visited., The hospital commuittee will wait on theo Premier as a depu. tation, At 11 30 am.-Ieception in Mayor's room, r00011 At 1 p.mF1-Lunch at the St, Arnaud hotel, on the mayor's invitation, when councillors and oflicers will be also prosentb on tho mayor's invitation. At 2 pm,--Borough deputations. At 2.30 pm,-Agricultural Society will wait as a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 20 May 1914

0pooll Advortllonmto . -W JAS. ROWE & SONS, INVITE INS1PM TION OF The Acme Patent Insures the Health and Comfort of your Horse. The inftai who rugs hi, horse does so with a definite purpose. By any defectof the rug itself-Alippijn, unfastening, or otherwise-his work is inot alone undone but his animal siuffers fronm the very expoiure that the owner Bought to prevent. This is just where the " IE'TZS,,V " KUO comes in, It never falls i Once placed il position the patent device insures it remaining securely adjusted. It is not alone cheaper-biut better than any other patent nig, It has a solid grip of 28 inches along the side. It cannot be dragged under foot and destroyed, It is made by skillul workmanship o! high quality materia!, *HORSE RUGS, OOW RUGS. 6 f In, n ft. of, 6 it, 6 n 7 ft. . t. 6 In ft. 5 ft, in, ft, 8/0 0/6 10/6 11/6 6/9 7/6 8/8 - 13/6 14/6 15/6 10/6 11/6 12/6 13/6 14/6 lb 1 / 17/ - -- 1- "" 176 18/0 16 21/ Other Horse 1Rugs to bo all jobbed out 21/ 22/6 25/ 27/...

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MELBOURNE. MARKED PERSONALITIES. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 20 May 1914

MIELIDOURNE,. (I(rom our own Uorreapondent), MAIRKEId) PE~OliiNALIEl,8. The Chairmaln onf COmniisionors of iilwayn i? in iliportaln t personageo, [eo site inll hi oflio: in Spoecr stroot nd welave rotrnsit 'webh s tlhat envlopp lI great on r pi it of the rState,. Hl is loe auntoce of hi departmollnt, Mr, I.ilpatrick, the plretnt) Chairman, does bt) bulk as largely in tile publio eye as lid some of his predcesscooorus-and uotably 8ir Tlhomaln Tiit, All the rsamoe he is careful to Inmtain thie bot braditions of his ollice, Mr Filzpatrio k •?o one specal advantago, I[o is able to make uso of some of the protecting hnlkwarkr , re'otrd by Sir Thomas T~al. It an attempb is made to exefr Oi5e polilicd patronlage, the Chairman smiles into hiu nl re(l boA rd and points o to thle fhot that ParliLamen?i Ione sino decteed that su?ch patronage and i fllonoco were to be abohlised so fir as In Comminauionera were concellrned, We can here porceive another m nrked tdifference between Sir Thoman Tait...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 20 May 1914

LOCAL AND GENERAL, Bournvillo Cocoa ia as pure, digoetlble, and wholesome as It ls delioiouP, Moesar. A. J, Simpeon & Co, advertise cntrilo for lo.morrow's moarkl at St. Ar umd., The Tradero' Association announces that business places will bi o!oaed at a quarter to 12 o'olock to-d ,y In oounection with tle running f the football special train to Watohem. \ Mr, J, J. Bronan, for nearly 40 years grand ecoretary of tihe Dulda' Society, (ied at his reoldence, Royal Park, Melbourne, on Saturday niiht, oie was 71 years of age and cano to Melbourne as a youth In 1850, Mr, C, W, CG.rnegio, direct Importer of pianos and organs is now on hia half-yearly visit to St. Arnaud for ealsu, tunings, and repalrs, Registerod Tuner P,T,A,V, Ordors rooolved Mrs, WVestrn's Town Hall Hotel,- [ADvT ] Mosers. U. M'Koohlnio & Co. havo entries for tho loodl clook sales to.morrow. The privileges for the St. Arnaud Turt Club's wiuter raoes will bo submittod to puhllo auction at theo irm'a oflloo...

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Rival Bridge Sites Over the Richardson Valley. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 20 May 1914

Rival Bridge Sites Over the Richardson Valley, At theo .UI)umunklo oounuil meeoting on Tuesday last, the followingt report was rol)d in conneition with the above sites:-- 1 lluptnyup, May 11th, 1914. To the President antd Counoillors Shiro of Dunmunkle, Gountlomoni We the undereigned beg to roport the result of an interview, acting on a resolution from your council, with the Hion, Mlinister of Waeor Supply, Ac. ting.chairman of Water Conunissionl --Mr W\V. Catannachl , and other re. sponsiblo offiooers and reopresentatives of Kara Kmra Shiri'O in colnncction with the proposed sites for bridges over the Richardson River at Reseigh's and Bankin's cr'ossings. The interview took place at Rich Avon West on Thursday, April 1th, when there were , present-Hon W. HIutohinson, MLA I, Mr W, C(atannach, Mr E. Shaw, Ors, E,Bath, Kara Kara Shire, and Crg. Dyer, Loats, Gibson with Mr OhCa? Maointosh, Dumunkleo Shire, and a number of those interested in the sites. No doubt the impassable state of t...

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VICTORIAN LIVE STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 20 May 1914

VICTORIAN LIVE STOOK, TMu annual return of the live stook of this State, issued by the Government statlsaican, shows that wu are gradually making up the losses incurred by the partial drought of two years ago. In this respeob the owner- of tbotk s in a somewhat different position from the grower of orope, and this faot is not altered by the oircumstance that the two are frfquently one and the oame person, The farmer, uning the word in the sense of the man who cultivates laud, may have a season bhab is all failure one year, and have a record yield the following year, As a matter of fact there is a probability in thio direction, for the soil receives a reot in bad years that reacts the next season, With the stock owner the louses of a really bad y.er are not so quickly made up, It takeo some little time for the flocks and herds to grow to the zsi they were before theo losses occurred. It follows that the larger the losses the longer it takes to make them good. After tho prolonged drou...

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OTHER PLACES CONNECTED. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 20 May 1914

OTIEIR PLACES CONNECTED. 11 ho looal exohange 1I oounooted with tll vllowing plaoos, the ohnrgos for oonvc s~tione boleng a under- Firstb ivory additional 3 minutoe, 3 minutoei Bealiba ... 4d ,. 3d Dunolly ,. d .. d Cope Copo .., d ,.i 3d Maryhorough Sd ,.. Od Ciriebrook ... I/ . Od Nowatead ,., / o d Majorca , 1/ Od Bung Bong ,, / . 9d' Avoca .. I/ . . 94 l)onald ,., 4d . M 3d Litchfield ... Od . d MaBaoy .. 8d ,. Od W'atohem ,. 8d .. Od Morton Plainua II d l1irchip ... I . Od Kilnnau1lla..1 I/ m Od 'alhot ,.. / ... 9d Clueo ... / m. 9d 'rnuagiulla .., 841 Od Llonolly ;., 84 Od Nuibridglo , I., 1/ Od lnglowood .. ... 9d Moolorr .., 2d ., 2d Beazlty'u Bridog 24d . 2d Tottington ,.. d 2d Winjallok ... 4d1 . 3d Roetron , 4 ,,, Bd 'Pa'adise ... 3d 3d Navarre .., 6d ,. 5d Lundoborough 8d .. Od Joel Joel ,., 8d ., Od Stawell , 1/ . Od Molboureo .., 1/10 ... 1/4 Balli ,., 1/4 .... 1/ Ueolong ,., 1/10 ... 1/4

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LOCAL TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 20 May 1914

LOCAL TELEPHONEQ EX" OHANGE?. LIST '1U SUfSORI3ERS, NAote, No. Avery, Mrs, A, F. ... ... 87 BAnk of Now South Wales ,,, ?77 An~ni of Viotoria .,, ,. 76 ionirtt, Dr., J, H. ... ... 27 i]ell & Lorimer ... ... 14 Elakeley , A , B. , ,... 50 fllencowe, F., . ... ... 66 Bine, W. R..... .,. .. 61 noronch Oflohe, Town Hall ,.. 51 I3ray, C . ... . ... 64 Bray, Le. ... ... ... 91 BrooneM, Mi4 ., ,,, 1094 Broadbonut Bros, ... ... 42 C(Ometery ,,, *,, ... 09 Olover, F. P, ... ,... 84 Cookburn(, A, A , ... .. 81 Cooper, RJ, J ,,, ,, 68 Convent of Mercy ..., ... 45 Cougle, A, J, . , 11 Orone, Jas, ,,, .,,, 37 Daroy, Mra, .,, .,,, ,,, 89 Davison, Rev..J, W, ... ... 67 Davies, F. E. ,,, ,,, 44 Dickinson, R., ,,, ,,, 57 Divols, A, ,,, ,,, ,, 31 Doyle, Rev, G, ,. .. 23 Dunkley, H. , (ofice) ... .3 Dunkuloy, H, \V, (resieldence) ,,,. 17 Dunlop, Mras, P, A, ... ..- ,. 97 Edwards, H, T, ,.,, ,. 6 Edwards, II, T, (private honse),,; 8 Edwards, Emily ... ... 35 Estate A, Giles (with extension to M...

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LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — St Arnaud Mercury — 20 May 1914

LADIES. " M?lany woniun n 'd glrlc uffeor unuoocae eerily, whven n littlo knowledge u mny otwo them yeurs of pinu end mietry," Thin knlow. leodge ovoery womsnR will find in tho " Ntturn' " Health (uide, ouo froee on receipt of 'd ton oovor postng). Addreaeu Dept. AJI,, "N.,tur" [lelith 0o, (Mr., 1) M. Olifford, Superlnteoudn)), Australian Jluildinge, 49 llizvli'th Stroot, Melbourne. " T'UIK1SIL ROrl R in the mot perfeco skle food dver olfered to theo publio, I$ tonen up nuld feeds the (I icue and nervec of the fa?o in Ih limost nuturBnl way, end poillivoly dou not po' dloo hir, ()none j.r will treneform the wvorst chin, giving a line conmphlxion and n benulsti. ful soft chin. " Turkich Ioseo" hea en established (;ontlunentl reputeliou,. In jre '2/f, poetege 4d extra, "Nature" ltealth Co., Molbournelo, SfIFhMltk from DlfNES1 , STOMACH and LIVER TOUBLE S! Food well digtsted is the origin of strength entire digestive system, and has a -it is essential to the making of new record of ben...

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