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The Mystery of the Marsh House. CHAPTER XII.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 8 August 1884

CAPIEB XII.-(Coirtrmsa.) o re?sla took up over half te heor, red entering Ito detaled acoount, as ar a he knew them, of his father'. misdeeds. When he had inlshtd, he aid, "And now, IHotty, tell me, girl, what would yoe advise me to do ?' " It Is very hard to have to give you mbch advice, Prod,' add Hetly. "But you want me to tell you your duty, don't you '" "Yes, Hetty, I do. I think I know It, hut I shall feel more inolined to perform it It I hear it fromm your pretty lips." Hea~letta blushed with pleasure, and ?e. Ian, "In the nrst place, Miss T yaeer whatever her name is, most be met at liberty. 8eaondly, you cannot possibly allow an in nocent man to suffer for another' gullt, even though that other Is your own father t as you most clear him. At the smme time, give himan opportunity of saving hin flt, by ereape. You mav your father ic oat, Ite us go at once and net the young lady at lierty, sand then lave a letter for eour father, tellig him what you have done, ad what you itten...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 8 August 1884

Wiox?n wo Ouanoewyr.--" Ibelieve it ho be all wrong and even wicked for clergymen or other public men to be' led ite giving teetimonials to qurok dootorn or vile stnufl called medoines, but when a really meritorious artiele i made up of common valuable reptedle known to all, and that all phystelcam use sad truss in daily, we hbould ilely commend it. I therefore cheerfully sad heartily commend flop Bitten fobr the good the have done me and my friends, firmly believing they have no equal for family use. I will not be without them.,' -Rev-.-, Washington, IA . Riead Ho~LowT'a PIru are strengly recend mended to all persons who are much radened nto power and aendition, whome stonaLche are weak, anlvod:he nevesrr are httered. The beelolal eheete of these llttts will be clptible alter a few days' trial, thogha more extended comme ay be ?ed to re.eatablih peIfect health. oloway's medicine anet on the ogas of dllgestion, and reduoes complete regulatdt in the stomach ever, paacras, and kidneys...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 8 August 1884

a ,,ce'ýcA·C n e , ItI 1 T) ý ' ' 1 l 1 I I Leave Globe ffotri. Swa~gI' Stfe t. dail I~lilSlsal rl b! 'rilo liQiiEgioowa. Irtto,:I 'I r~ob~W 3(I~ T.e3RA'lberF:' i&tha' TD" OWond, t Skr, toon Hll,, . Waouho'ai 6tiek,-;.rtahra 1 . 11111:,,LeavaYarra Flaqe~and Qnesea an' ?+''.! u)ipping' doieh l leaves ') 14 lobe ' Hotel -A~l at tp.mt..ý 1?: reolektor.: .tt~iMessrs. KERR and: I CO. i Proprietors of the· A" ,Y".. M. B Ill, R.:N~ '!liR KG In'i Inform 'the lihabitaont of. Lily jiiij.J tdale,:Yarnm latlo and."tArrnuniieK rIiicinrkiace,IIhat they are, new Ipreparel to', ,JPPLY'SAWN TIMBER -3311' il Or an soptrimrooio ani ,,f the r ·.(·BLS ,,hlj:sTEY.TT..QU'ALITY Delivered at' Yaira Flats. at )OA.. and Itlydolr, at Io 'per 10 ' Faet rape'r ji gIn, lNrY'Ciicli) selected thinter fir Wheelwright urtponro,at I in id per IOtU iFit.gie r. H r I lerrale our ilyrtale agent. Is open to rietive ordlers, which will nmeet with A 1 p ltdtuply of iltoter is aiwayo kept it (fit- yartlo adjtitlitig ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 8 August 1884

Medical Notice,:. DR. H,ENRY JAMES, M;!1~s,, s ,; .1 Ro.P.; I4M,, Ito, WILL VISIT OREENSHOROUGI( DIAMOND CRREK, at Il noon to a p?,u ` Tuesdapy, Aiust12th: 1884 SDR. iEnNDERSON S May be consulted at CASTB?.LA - STREET,. ...... rx Da .,. Next to Mr. Hand's store. : "DR. STOCK, LKgQ.C.P.T.L.3.L.P.P.S., &o. AN' be cotiulted at 'is r.lcadeo Prospect House, HIgh.atreet, Narthcote, every morning and Seveaing; Greeoaborougb, Fridays, 1130 o, o13.0. .. ors?g sod :Whlinet?sa, Wed .O t?n o Nticins o' Generation,, ,resent[ xl and to con,.' " sI LIE RICK lwho have been under the .I hands of many eminent physlcinnt,o to and by there pronounced iincurable,, catl with confilence ensult Ueo at my present , residence at ChristNas Hills ; also every Wedles?ay at ~a(egaroo Ground. Ellth:u, Heldelberg. atµa Melbortne (at the Globe iHotel), when by the aid of the above new id etlece I can restols them to that coudition of health which is happiness in itself. LEON BERCL,\Z, S; Electro l oinaopeth...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ELTHAM SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING. Monday, 4th Aug, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 8 August 1884

"?1 1 iELTR?Ma IBIUIRB COUNCIL. OBDINAIY SMONTIiy. IY STINOG The rdlinry "meeting of the above "r..tOUcil was led "in :the. Council : .ir bemr, Kangaro? routind,; all the nembers bei pbein t with thi ecep; - tion-of Cr(Arrmstrng... The minutes of the previousordinary hmeting, and"of the meeting:held on 1'?I9th'Jtay 'to rrevisee the votenr' lisle, Were read and confrmed;. , . l" ; .!,.OORRnlUaroNsnPo a. '. - From WhittleseaShire Counoll, stat. Ing ,that, the suggestions from .tiis Council'in onnction with the ermtion of bridges at Arhthur's Creek (M'Ken p;,el's :. nd, MlKimlmie's). had' been -:l: Qipt?d, :and also reportin?otri further ... :,oton taken. i ,view of ,havinsg th w'" ko4e H,3a .... i health of cer, 'acknowlledgisgreceiptf: l ett;r 'el m e ference to future prooeedinrg in case of p~t-brek of disease, Inregard t his rohge ;i :viaitipi iupposed oea of diphtheri at ,Queenstowh, it was not ex;. ,eessie, ?es?lome of tthbl'onniicillors, wiis under the fiwed scale of medical " ,...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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SILVER READINGS AT QUEENSTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 8 August 1884

y ILVYE READINGS AT QUEENS t TOWN. , The' second of the series of silver r readings, announced to be given in the SQueenstown Mechanios' Institute, came off on Friday last, Angust Ist, and proved a perfect success, both programnsItically and financially. At the appointed :hour the President of the Institute, Mr. D. Smith,,took the chair, and aftr a' few pithy remarks, called on Mr. Martin to commence the entertainment, which that gentleman did in a most smuning manner by read. in "The captain's whiskers," Mils M. A. Bear then recited " Rock me to sleep mother, rook me to sleep." #Mis Laura Noisette then followed with a song. "The garden gate," and Miss Emily abelberg recited " The death of Napolean," and Mr. 0. Von Zeig ler ang "Sunny New South Wales" The next called on was Mr. B. J. Har ris who gave " Lararook" with good effeot and was followed by the Mirse Louisa and Laura Noisette, who sang very sweetly " Lilla's a Lady." Miss Rosa Albert then recited " The blind boy," and Mr. Jo...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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IMPORTANCE OF RE-VACCINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 8 August 1884

IMPORTANCE OF RE-VACOINATION. The Central Board of Health have reaaon'to believe that. nntwit?jta, diu' that. 1 hll . a*tontiOn.- -. or ,ate , ol pomminentey directed to the importance of revaccination, a large amount oA apathy and ignorance still exists on the subject, and that many persons have neglected re-vaccination, relying on the protection which they conceive they have obtained from suacessful vacoina tlo in Infancy. ,The Board deema It advisable, there. fore, again to impress upon the public the paramount importance of re-vacci nation during the presence of Small.pox in the colony of Victoria. They desire to call public attention to the fact that paterr ceases of cpvaeolnation,performed by one % t thle a0 hciatore, on ehbldn,,aged .fro .ten to fourteen vd"remarkably successfol, Slthoe the hiidklee had been suoeess lly vaeolpat.e lq.floaiy,; .thus de tonstintl 'gthlat tb e"alitu??en were ueptible of the onaion of Small , netwthataa ig el suooeemitd tile'taceinition, and that...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VICTORIA AGRICULTURAL, SOCIETY. Tuesday, 29th July, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 8 August 1884

S VI TORIA AII!OquTURAI, T" jsg Jl7, 1884, S Tle.qia y eeting of the above soieity was held at the Bir Henry , tlarkly Hotel, Heidelberg, on theabove. date. Present -Messrs. Joe. Bond (in, !o the chair),, Robert Liidlaw, John Bell. he Thoua Harmer, Gem Robertson,Richard Lto Bassett, Jolhn (re.igtol,,P.- W'.r mithl, ,ri : 'Daijel, ý"? .· 8. Adh(d , Thos.. o Robiason,. M. Farrell, Thous. Davey, SAlln C amron, Jos,aCothin alA W.. li .yasop. na Thb minle otthe prddicua mueetinga; Serero spas tggl! q m(L, ___ at . i,:qopaeroDsolNce. S Iskle Letter fom the Mackay ,Agri.. he eultutwl society of Queensland, asking; A to be-npplied, itha copy of the rules 4 and legulatisia ioaeeiexin with, the. o lquhaug tlsoba..ot this Wociety,. as. thethey ce.car "e- I Alrmulp colplied with`. . as °?oiety,'rs-eagtbI;'-oe to ,take stepa to be represented at a conference. ie to,.be:held at tlrk', .Basaar with the. view of' tideratng all the. agriculturall societiea in thecolony. Receieved. 3rd!' Sot ths Nati...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 15 August 1884

Io4 Bourke Street West, Melbourne, 1st April, 1884. To Squatters, Farmers, Storekeepers, Hotel Proprietors,Butohers, Dealers, and others. Qaireanre,- I We have lie sh" plesran In Intimating that oar Wool, Graina, and G erald Prode Stores end Auction Ilooms. next Me.nles I HoteleBorke SerLst Westal dirly oppo. Ille the wool wnreunnse of Mr. t Golds. brtuuh and Co., are now cnapleted, and ma tbe are centrally sltuatedr. n the midst of I the best busines p? of Melbourne, rao. etltnFnti ran thereni be atsred of a lruge atUeLdance as all noura saies, ant,eoeeqptlv, the foll mrtkelr ele will be oltslnosle for prndle place,l in to r handsr and falther, that allt coaslnmelnt, whether large or srona, will be moat aeeeflly handled and vained, and owners' interests moat maide. oeipy proractrd. The arieos depLtment-Wool, SKim,s H.op. Tobm,, o laf, Ba.k Grain and Dairy1 Prod se, will be suoperlsed by horoegbly onperleoead maesrwho have bees eon onted awith to s linesor tnoe and whoe a wvalletios...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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The Bad and Worthless [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 15 August 1884

The Bad and Worthless are never imitated or counterfeited. This eupoeinlly true of a family medacine and it is pusitive proof that the remedy i?iwd sd is of the highest value. As soon as t had been te?.enllvd pnoved bIy the whole world that Hop Ilitter?' was tie purtet, beIt and most valuable family mullciune on earth, many imitations sprung is. and began to steal the notices in which the preno and the people of the country had ex.ressed the merits of H. B., and in every way trying to induce uffoerung invalids to use their stuff Instead, expecting to make money on the credit and gdul name of II. B. Many others started nostrume put up in similar style to H. B., with variously devisel names in which the word "Hop" or " Hops" were used In a way to induce people to believe they were the same as Hop Bittesn. All such pretended remedies or cures, no matter what their style or name is, and s. pecallly those with the word "Hlop" or "Hops" in their name or in any way con nectcd with them or ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A POSER FOR A COUNSELLOR. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 15 August 1884

A POSER FOR A COUNSELOR. A gentleman once appeared in the Court of King's Bench as a surety for a friend in the sum of three thousand pounds; Serjeant Davy, though he well knew the responsibility of the gentleman,could not help his customary impertinence. " Well, sir, how do you make your self to be worth three thousand pounds?" The gentleman very deliberately specifed the particulars up to two thousand nine hundred and ..torty pounds. "Ay," said Davy, "that is not enough by sixty." "For that sum," replied the other, " I have a note of hand of one Serjeant Davy, and I hope he will have the honesty soon to discharge it." This set the whole court in a ear ; the serjeant was for once abashed, and Lord blanioleld said: "Well, brother, I think we may ac. cept the bail." WICKED Fon OL.RRoVIN.-" I believe it to be all wrong and even wickedt for clergymen or other publio men to lie led into giving testimonials to quack doctors or vile atuift called medoines, but when a really meritorious ar...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHITTLESEA SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING. Monday, 11th Aug., 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 15 August 1884

WHITTLESEA SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING.' Monday, 11th Aug., 1884. The ordinary meeting of the above Council was held in the Council Chambers, Yan Yean Hotel, on Mon day last. All the members being pre sent. The minutes of the previous ordinary meeting, and of the Revision Court were read and eooflrmdl. coasmsroNDsana. From Central Board of Health, in reference to action to be taken in case of outbreak of small pox, and forward. ing regulations for the prevention of the spread of contagious disease. The Sretary presented some posters which had 'been printed some years back, which embodied these regulations, and on the motion el the President and Cr. Bassett, they were ordered to be posted up in all publio places throughout the district. From Arnaud Shire, requesting a delegate from this Council to attend a conference to be held in Melbourne on the 28th inst., to discuss the rabbit question. The President thought it advisable for a delegate to attend, and suggested Cr. Har...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Mystery of the marsh house. CHAPTER XIII.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 15 August 1884

cHAPTER XIII.-(Cooansan.) He fell feet foremast, and pasing through the six inches of water that lay on the top, sank up to his waist in soft mud. While faUing he had dropped his stick,and now began feeling about for it. But, to his horror,he perceived that he was sinking, and in half a minute the easy mud was up to his armpits. lHe now remained perfectly quiet, and exerted all his strength in shouting for ma sistance. But as the water gradually rse higher, it came acre him how vain it was to call for help. If anyone had heard the cries-s very unlikely circumstance at that time of night -the person would have put it down as one of the mysteries of the Marsh House-whtei he had always been so careful to keel up andl strengthen-and would hurry away in an opposite direction. The water now reachal his chil, slil lie could smell the noisomeu mud ieneath it. " And now lie cunmeueceli reviewing his mis. spent life, clearly perceivcl ieplirtunltics neglectol, wrlag turlln taken, and every si...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 15 August 1884

TO CORRR8PONDENTS. TA. utmost freedom coneistent with the public interest, will be allowed to correpoan dente of all classes, but no communications will under any ciareumtances be insertld, naliet authenticated by the 'real name and addr'ess 'f th writer, which will be regarded as strictly coflidential, and rawe as? guarantee qf goodJaith. We canoa be held responsible Jor the opinioas expressed by correspondents.

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Correspondence. Without endorsing the opinions of our correspondents, we shall be glad to insert communications hearing upon topics of public interest, which may be intelligently expressed and free from personalities, on expressed and free from personalities, on condition of receiving the writer's real name, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 15 August 1884

Correspondenoe. Without endorsing theopnions of our onr respoadents, we shall be gldt? to innee coa?uauisattons hearing u upo topics ol public ilterest,which may be intellgently expressed and free from personalities, oW condition of receiving the writer's realj name not Inecesi rirl for publicatioahoti as a gusrunteo of gokti taith. So TUE IDITOR OF TIMH VEWl? OBSCBRVa 8ir,-Pardon me for troubling you. again aud or the lat time, as my time Is far aluable to waste on such worthlessmatter but I thlok yao will agree with me that Mr. Coutle's severe and uncalled for re woaks Is. Mleraece to. my pcevious letter compel me to reply, and that witlk self control.in justice to myself ;more especially as both Mm.Coutie and himself, with many other pacenta, hame expressed themselves so. pleased with, the proeass their chililren htad mude under my ceare. ad eaching:;: one ot their uhildreal obtalnrh her c rlifotle, I. thiilk,.at the ige of livamir an I1 St month.. I lm disposed to believe that l...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 15 August 1884

TOI ADVEIRTI8Ell4, Aduertraemaene unul t be withdrawn A 6qbr Ae time expires fir which they Anve beet ordered WAhre the number f the sner. tumu is not diatinctly,apercited aduertiae. mee. 'cill he inserted ntil coentertAonded *eud charged dbr accordiingly,

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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TARWIN RIVER. Aug. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 15 August 1884

TARWIN RIVER (raoa oUn own ooaraSpo0NENT.) Aug. 4. The annual shire elections, which will take place in a few days, are evi dently causing some little stir in many districts throughout the colony; and none more so than in the West Riding of the Shire of Alberton. This is the second year of a municipal election at the Tarwin River Lower, and this time it will cause a great deal of excitement, as strong influenoe will be brought to bear to bring forward a now candidate in the person of Mr. M'Phail, who op poses Mr. Burrows, the President of the sihir With. respect to Mr. Bur rows, no doubt he will be strongly sup ported at his end of the shire, but at the Tarwin, the votes that will be recorded in his favor will be few and far between. Mr. Burrows has failed in gaining the confidenoa of the ratepayere here. He misrepresented our interests when he interviewed the Honorable the Com. missioner of Trade and Customs at Melbourne, in causing a loess to thedis trict of £10,000 by the erectio...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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A WIFE BEATER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 15 August 1884

A WIFE BEATER, At the City Police Court yesterday, a tall, powerfully built man named John O'Connor, described as having no occupation, was complained of by his wife, who charged him with constantly assaulting her and threatening her life. The complainant, a respectable looking woman, tearfully informed the magis trates that this was the twelfth time she had been compelled by her hus. band's ill treatment to complain of him, and she could now endure it no longer. Last Monday and Tuesday he was drunk. He would not do any work, and would not even look for any to do, but remained at home drinking, and when she would not give him money to spend in drink he beat her. She was a dressmaker, earning her own living by needlework. Theo prisoner did not support her, but expected her to support him. She now desired that he might be bound over to keep the peace towards her, as he had threatened to kill her. She did not consider him al together responsible for his actions, as he behaved like a lu...

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PLOUGHING MATCHES AS EDUCATIONAL AGENCIES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 15 August 1884

- PILOUGHING MATCHES AS EDUCATIONAL AGENOCIEB. - - The criticisms which we have felt called'upon, in the interests of agricul ' -tral education, to make upon the -, present system of ploughing match l competitions a- carried on throughout the colony, have created considerable discussion upon the question among the various societies, with a tendency, we are glad to observe, towards much needed amendments The manner in which so many ploughing match com : mittees adhere to the system of offering the leading prize for work performed by single furrow ploughs, when In prao tical agriculture the tendency is to reduce the cost of working by using double furrow and other implements S: for getting over the maximum quantity ,, ground in an effective manner at a minimum outlay, forms the subject of proptest by prttcal rmers at every match. Why, it is asked, should the grand oppoetunities for educational S,: , purposes presented in the large assem blages of farmers at these meetings not be utili...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Remember This. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 15 August 1884

Remember This if you re asick Hop Biters will surly akl WNate i n making you well whn all else falls. If you ar castive or dyspeptic, or a .lf fering from any other of the uameros d.l ases of the stomach or bowels, t Is ouar own fault Itf ou remain ill, for Hop Bitten isa sovereign remedy in all such omrplalnt If you are wasting away with any frm et Kidney disease, stop tempting Deash thIs mosent, and turn for care to Hop Bitters. If yon an ·c k uith thate terible siehaes, Neroane, yoe will aind a "·als a Oile" i theam of Hop littrs. If yo are a ?es ter, or a rideat a • lsaaestic district, barricade your eyste aat e ansge no all eoeatrla-M a lal, eplsemle, billou, and internLt smateyn -by the aus t lop Bittea. If you have roLgh, pimpl?, or sllow skin, bad beat?, pb and aeh? a sad fs aOe. able generally, Haop Bitter will gle yea fair skin, rich blood, and sweeste ltMea health, and comfort. In short the cre all Diseases of the stomach, Bowels, Blood, Liver, Nevem, Xi aey?, Bright's Di...

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