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Delegate Post Office Time Table. MAILS LEAVE DELEGATE FOR— [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 8 March 1907

Delegate Post Ofllcc Time Table I Mails Leave Deixoate pos— Craigio, Bombala and Sydney, -£o., '«3ally (Sundays oxcoptod) at 2.30 p.m. Corrowong and Wailendibby, overy Tuesdoy,.iTtruraday and' Saturday at 10.30 axa. ,;;,? Bendoo, BoDnng, 'Orboflt, &e,, Mon day and Thursday at; 12.B0 p.m. Eozynski'a, Monday and Thursday ?at 11 a.m. ' Tombang, Wednesday and Saturday cat 10.15 a.m. , ' Kirkenong and Delegate River, &o.f ' ? 'Monday and Thursday «vt 10.80 a.m.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOMBALA POST OFFICE TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 8 March 1907

?HOSISAXA tOST OFFICE TIRIE TABLE. Mo'iIb leave Bombaia for Sydney, ?via Cooma, daily, Sundays oscoptod, 41b under ;— Leaves Bombaia daily (Sunday ox *opted) at 7.80 a.m ; Hibbonluko 8.C0 o.m ; Holt'a Flat 11.16 a.m ; Nimit} tollo 1 p.m ; Rock l?lat 2.C0 p.m , nrrlvo Cooma 4.13 p.m. Loaves Cooma 9.45 a.m ; Rook Flat 10.10 a.m ; Nimitybollo 1,40 p.m , Holt's Flat 2.00 p.m ; Bibbonlulto Jj.10 p.m; arrlvo Boinbala 0.2C p.m. Mailo loavo Bombaln for l'ambula ?on Tuoodayo, Thurodaya and Satur ?days, at 0 a.m; Cathoart 7.80 n.m , Rocky' Hall 0.45 n.m ; Wyudham 12 a.m ; Whipotick l.l'O n.ra ; l'nmbula ?2,30 p.m ; arrivo Kdon C,30 p.m. Mails loavo Edon for Bonibala on 'Wodneoday'o, Fridays and Mondays, ?ao under :— *? Loavo Edon 'On.nl Panibalu V.C5 a.m ; Looliiol -8.30 a.m ; Wyndham 11.20 a.m;.. Rocky Hall 1.S0 p.m, Cathoart 4.80 p.m-; arrivo Bombaln O.'SO p.m. Mails loavo liombala for Dologato and Crnlgio, at fi a.m daily (Sunday oxcoptcd). Loaves Timbory Uango ovory Satur day at 0 a.m ; a...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus
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TWENTY ONE YEARS OF THE CYCLE. HOW-WE-OBTAINED THE STANDARD BICYCLE OF TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 8 March 1907

TMEJSeEYrOKE YEARS OF THE CYCLE, HOW^WE: OBTAINED THE : STANDARD BICYCLE OP TO-DAY. It b htrd to reiJue, *h«n looking over n'nat ,nu(ht be called 'the 'family tree' of tie bicycle, that to many chanjej ha\e taken pUco in construction. The cominjt«f*aR^ mraibe^ of the -'Irian Cydut-omUins jomc Eotcivorthy inf «m\ tmn and kn linking pictuiw to illus trate thii point. In tho ? t-IHffidW niirabcr the rditora print two »rticlra of 'particular intorMt. one on Tbc £volution of the BicydV' t-r 'SIf A J Wilson, and the otherl-on ''The Esrly Jlntory of the rnenmatfc Tyre,' by Mr. J. B: Dunlop. ' If,' «aj« Hie vmter of (ha Brat article 'yon exunune a picture of a utandird bicycle of twelve' years: ago you Trill find » difficulty in deciding -where it differed I from the standard toicycle of to-day There I are onty four or fiva pointa of essential M ditferebce Tho vrhcela arc now always j iqual-wztd , tho tyres are snullcr , tho bicycle ihas a fTte wHee! ; sometimes a puriiiblc Bpccd pear. Yet ...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus
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PACK FRUIT WITH CORK. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 8 March 1907

PACK. FRUIT' WITH CORK. Tor paclunB frui'_ui»l irr ib '- Fie ch sud Epanub Rroncnj finil tint crrk i Uie beat miteiMl It in 11 cd in ifointo hyerd -wit-h the eatables, and ' irre 3 al'^-3 a lininj of corl np-ct to th» Lo. on all rides. It protects the fruit .in:l ViH-'ablej from cold nnd1 hum-d.ty. anil t-bey can remain ' boxed up for a lon^ r scried without detriment.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus
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NAPOLEON OF CRIME. A Thieves' Backer. Wealthy Criminal's Extraordinary Career. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 8 March 1907

2TA30LE0IT OP CHIIJJD. A Thieves' Backer. Wealthy Criminal's Extraordinary Career. A cinv^cc vr-t *auy o* (J* tn rm uu-^^ -!^rd -n CcsKnl-^-i on an Lnsluhin-tt iarr*xl JcSn Carr 2or con*i-lic;'lj ra a ^!G janlvc-'*!! cabc-y: ~i Live^ncol b3t ***? i\ ?iotltrin;: man- of 7«, 'johiaiy' Carr, -vi'h ' lery and nUncc^ i3gi.*\.-'i «-*'% itondi prc en_ncV -n the Kojk: . {iiUaiea if lokrca* onal Clinic A \rxitaUo -- ip° Icon m pa ? orid of v ron, 1'oin, lio is .ova rich wan, the o-.vner ol plota of snd in tho We . End of lrtnJon upon -??jua r'OLd the hmi ci of tl e rojlity and !\en JuJj-ca, isro little knerv tho rcjl :l-aractcr d the per nn they pi) rent toll 0 'Joiraiy' Chrr u »wi onjt'un; rom £10,000 'fol' £70.000. Yet the tanpta ion to m-Tn-nt hu income iby oi 1 one * neOT5 « irrct- tibli- 11' career ccemrli iK) tbo mm, 'Once o tSicf . al« v--» a his!.' Not.con-lcnrt. to be the oiOTifVCd i'urc in tlie background, and financing vith.all.tio.rnipxo of a j-iacb.-d unircr 1 3iucdrpd-aDd-one. ...

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A DARING FEAT. Story of a Performing Cyclin [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 8 March 1907

A BABIXTG FEAT. Story of a Performing Cyclir ' All that I fed.te do to wrn my t«e i po' nd^ i irccU. biIttv w ' foiu* ti i each week-day, to climb, to the top o high toivcr, mount a -bicycle, ride it do v a long, narrow . incline, pitched at » ohsle of about /orty-fivo (ic?rcw, then tn ; a'iciv /cet and out through the jir acii s ? a gap of thirt}-. feet to, another p].ltfoi:»: ! and ro to flic ground.' It vaa John Manser, wlio .-mra Epcakin' ? formerly one of the . nwet , daring pep i I ^vaj one oE the '' fciiturc' actn, 3i^* con [? timral, furnuilicd by the Fcrari brotiiCTi at! iheatxca, cvnuv^ilv and tnc li\e, ami h il r'opped from cl'ri to performer ont. di\T by fairing tjio place of an indi:,po t athlete at an hourV notice, ' and lcapinot the cap rmccc-Jiruliy on 3ijj bic; c!e wit i cat any prcuoa, rchciri^l I vvaa at i oiice put on tui a regular performer -.vith ' tlio oanapany. ! Ily t.ot'^ did not pee-n do very terrible to me Wrth the tendi playm an I with tno tboiE-ind.1 of...

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MARCH—XXXI Days. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 8 March 1907

r::''tfr*|:^:/v^fe^^^^CH~x:s:sI- Days- , ?. |.;i?^.:::.:v--n-,----:--5S*^a^Si};^SS: A™« - » «£«. I i*f V:// .-?.:?; * Foil Moon-,.. SO «eMs.m. #P^v/. :???;;/ ' ??;;????? ? ? I $./.: . ,;'V '.-'? . '.'?..?? .8YDNLY STANDAKD TIME. ^ %:'i:|'-| | §J ' .'.??' : '?'??? 'S 3 JS jjj | .mmwM.u - ' V'- I S gl, EBSIABKABIEEVESTS. 5 -o M ,' »j2!i?uSi' ? S s ««' ?.??..???(. 3 § § 2 ? & Q ';.'... « W | , ^ 'om Atlcr. . p ?A *£;,.., ?;;?'??? V HMHMP.Sr. AM II. If U. ST. 1 * JJ IStDavia _ . 3 420 83 7 84 G D 0 2 0 21 2 a !2 ?'mwAW.cbnt.dep.-Ro.i.. ixs r- 110 3! 8 8 7 i 0 30 10 0 ? u }5 Ifw^'i'.'! ' ,', 1'!'^ ' 410 00 8 44 8 CIO 2110 43 i Tn \o Vmt-ll\- V« 5 40 0 20 0 21 0 911 DU28 l i 5? I ! m ';T«l? ltt'! «0 2810 010 121151 - S S, « S -n T 'i°. ;«?: 347027104411101210124a 8 I 13 elS'Ki''««««''«P'i'iiJ«i lsn r. 48 0 21 A.M. 124 2 37 8 10 10 S 12 1 1'' Smidoi; m Lent ; co« 21 1 25 3 22 C 0 5 41 11 & -2 riWF.iri..H».w,r.mm. 1313 -, Bn 0 20 2 27 4 13 0 11 G 41 12 Tn 12 5Uiik«ofBJinb«i»...

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LIBELLED BRITISH MOTHERS. An Answer to Some of the Charges Recently Brought Against Them. ' [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 8 March 1907

LIBELLED BRITISH IslOTHEED. An Answer to Somo of the Charges Becently Brought Against Them. IE iOxc Kiimoil wonwn of Engl^tiA res i ind 'bohove all that has been lately writt. i l'uout them, .they oiU3t h.avc_a very dem senrc of their own f'hortooinings ai coni [-.ired with tho wrcnen of former gcneri. tions (nays an liigliah paper). Aocordira to the nKmerora critics, Enj: lidlrwomcn have Io3t the art o! rcarina cliU ircn j they coat le-vc their children , they liato-the trouble of attending to thcni , 5iey don't tao-.v, ond don't w.int to le.irn, lioiv to fecrl them, clothe them, protect JicAi from illness, nurse them, or an^thinfT :l.so that ^ nnight 'be expected oi good mc-thcni. . (Hence, cay fhe critics, the aacri Hce of ciliild-life io appalling. T-hc ?wiiole question turn3 , on thit? -point if tihe death. of j-oung children, and wnat i-he motihers of to-day are askco to believe u that, t-- tneir ignorance and neg'ect, Liliey eacrifice the lives of their children to 1 e'.imml ...

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The Bermagui Mystery. CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 8 March 1907

The Bermagui Mystery (By C. A. H. in "TRUTH.") Continued. Currunna (now called Mystery Bay) is a small indentation in the coast line, merely a possible landing place for small boats, with little broken   water, excepting during heavy easter- ly gales. On Sunday afternoon, October 10th, 1860, a respectable resident, named Johnson, passing the spot, observed a boat lying on even keel, on the rocks in the Bay. He informed a neighbour, Mr. Albert Reed, who, at 6 p.m. on Monday, informed the police at Mon- treal, that a boat had been found at   Currunna. The police said "it is prob- ably a ship's boat;" he replied, "No   it is no ship's boat, I have a book that was in the stern sheets of the boat, with the name of Lamont Young in it, a book on geology." The Warden   and police lost no time in proceeding to the scene, where they arrived about 10 a.m. They at once took possession   of the articles found in the boat ; most of ...

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Local and District Directory. CHURCHES [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 15 March 1907

Local and District Directory. CmrBcnBs Ohnioh of England—Bootor, BeT 0. C. Gillett (Bombala) ; asalatant, Mr RooB Edwards (Delegate). War dens:— Minister'* Warden, Mr B. Booth; Peoplo'o Warden, Mr. C. Commons; Traetee'c Warden, Mr A. H. Joffroys ; Hon. Trounror, Mr 15.. Booth; Council, Me.tre. Wat cott, Barnes and A. H. Wright. Frenbyterlan— Minister, Bay B. Oor diner, B.A. (Bombala). Eldora :-*. Messrs D. Campbell and T.Oliver; hon secretary, Mr Alex Campbell ; hon treasurer, Mr P. J. Mollveen Roman Catholio— Minister, Ba» P. J. Moore (Bombala) Methodist— Eev H T McGowan (Bom bala). Bondoo— Mr T A Johnson ' QoVBBNJIEJtT OfPICIALB. Actinjr C.P.S.— Sonior-Con«tablo E. 'Barnes, who is alao Mining Begie rttar, Crown Lands Bailiff, Agent for , tho Curator of Intestato Estates. Sanitary Inspector,- Inoportor ot .Slaughter Houaes, Inspector of Stock .for Viotoria. Coroner— Mr C Murphy (Bombala) Land Board— Messrs C EFinoh, Cbair ?,man (Gonlliurn), W B Newion (Edon), W N Stone (Bombala) Cr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 15 March 1907

At ROBERTSON and MOFFAT'S. 'ff?E JJJJf,, FUnNITUriB DEPARTMENT. Opoolal Llnca. ron the DiNiNanoou. rnmtil 0.1k fildtlxnri. no« btrtllcd Bluj b«oV. with s-umt-»tlnoioap|ierh-Dilln.4ILela.«l(li,£i:iV. Fnmal o»k 1j1hIdr Hu!U-,corere-l In men crncodlla leather, comprlilnff c dialog ch»!n.Ukl 3 cairen' »nactaii»,ror£lolo/. FOK TUB BBDROOII. VOT n.ndiome Modern Dnlun Sulto, eompriilnir Unre ?winlri-h. duthfo tibls, ™tmnf with pr-lr.t«l, towel nil. .nd J eh.lri. flnllhed wltb Sll 10/,* ''' ''' '''°t' ttaW*°ut, lot neatrDonblo French Bedrt«»d, bUci »ad blUIull, or nickel, now 38/6 rach. ion the Linninr. BplenilM BeVtllon ol IHToWnj Booktuet, In OJioM walnat, J»i» openrf, al w, «/, »nil 0)/ each. PunmoHina DEPAtrrMEMT. BEPnODnctlOK HBT ODBT1IR3. Oopkio(aich8»uiKrt caAiim,ia m,ii,i,ms, abt oninoHino. Oar Bdsettoo Ihu im |, tb. ennt «Ttr isowa nn eoloarlQC, and imut pattirna. In ezeloalro ittlgut cad. f xptevl, lor th. beil Vat Lai Loodcn trali^ V. 1/3, VC jard. JUTenlbk Cretonnei,' fron lOId ...

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HOW THE SUNDAY IS SPENT. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 15 March 1907

HOW THE SUNDAY IS SPENT. Tho destination ; reached, however, mother's anxiety, also father's load, aro alike lightened. Tho spot whoio tho hampor ehall disgorge ia chosen first, then attention is given to (he spot of equal importance where I ho billy is to be boiled. Bat tho latter is not always necessary, for its impera tivo demands have led to the establish ment ot yet another Australian in dustry. At the moro frequented re sorts a billy of boiling water can bo purohasod for tho modest ponay at the useful establishments whiah. cater for tho trade ot pionicors. This applies more particularly toiolidayB, on whioh occasions ontorprislng boys then call around for custom, take thoir orders for a billy of boiling water, take the billy away with tho tea at the bottom of it whioh Mator has placed there, fills it at tho Privato Enterprise Boiler within sight, under which the fire is kept briskly burning, and returns with tho great Australian beverage fresh and eteaming. Agnin, prioo Id,, a...

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THE UBIQUITOUS SUNDAY HAMPER. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 15 March 1907

THE UBIQUITOUS SUNDAY HAM .'?? .'. ?'. 'per, v ?' In all these, excursions the hamper Jo treated with reverential zospcot. What a wonderful institution are Sydney's Sunday Hampers I Among the thousands of thooo that are taken out for tho Sunday, thorb' is hardly a siaarlo ohanao of color. In all tho vast flock of Sydnoy's Sunday hampers thore is novor noticoablo' a black sheep. White Australia reigns mi promo of |its Sunday hamper — and from the beginning to tho 'end of its Sunday hampor is a long, a very long*, and, eventful journey. All tho lami Upationa of haman intolligonco havo toon plundered and exploited in soorch of ouggoations Hkoly to load to tbo Moro nfflciont packing, and tho moro sanyoniont handling, of tho hamper; but the Baliofaotory squeezing of everything into it, and its succossfal transportation, auroly romoino a lnbor ioas 'undertaking. Yet tho labor is prosecuted' with ploaouro. The larger the family hamper, tho lieayior, the moro nnwioldy, tho groator the onjoy...

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ALL PICNICS THE SAME PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 15 March 1907

? ALE PICNICS THE SAME PIONIO. : ? For oil of Sydney's Sunday pienics aro the eamo picnic They all movo on similar linos. They all repair to tie eamo favored rotreato, with which tho outskirts of the city are heavily jewelled. Boat load aftor boat load : goes to Manly, to. Watson's Bay, to Middlo Harbor. Steamers densely packed witn men, women ana onilaron follow each othor in quiclc aucooosion to iiono Cove River, Parrainatta Siver, Bnldrook, Flatrqok, and to . the many . 1 ?' inleto of. more or loss * soolnBibn and great attractiveness and beauty whioh help to give Sydney Harbor- its un disputed fame.'..' The, starting point for all those. Sunday -oxoursionB is, Oiroular Quay, and they continue, to and fro, from early. morning until Into ot night. From Redforn . Railway Station train offer train .leavos with many more hundreds of men, -women and children who pursue tho. Sunday pionio at Como, National Park, Lady Robinson's Beaoh, Sans Souoi, Porkos ville., and so oh, and : so on. ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 15 March 1907

rBlHE.CEAIGIE BAND COMMITTEE JL doffirc3 to thuuk thow Irfidieo and Gentleuion.who ko kindly donated trophies nnd otherwise osaiated in making the recent Sports and Ball a success. .'-.... M. EOZYNSKI, \ , .Secretary.

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Religious Notices Church of England DELEGATE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 15 March 1907

Religious Notices ? Church or England OTLKOATE. March 17— Dolegato, 11 and 7 30 ; Toin boag, 3. ' E. Eoss-Edwabds, Sub-Deacon in chargo. ' HOTItDALA. ... Baptisms, Thursdays, 2 to 3 p.m. . Choir Practice ovory Friday at 8 j.ui. ; , 0. C. Giliett, Hector.

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In and About Sydney. SYDNEY'S SUNDAY PICNICS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 15 March 1907

In and About Sydney. : . -(Feosi otm Correspondent.) SYDNEY'S SUNDAY PICNICS. .Sydriays observance of its Sunday pioulois imporialistic. And tho Sun. day .pionio comes round with tho same rigid punctuality as Sunday jitsolf. . No matter what tho weather may bo ; pionioa parsoverein their extraordinary efforts to oxtraot from the alleged Day of Best, all the domestic happiness and relaxation that ono might expeot to to I spread over the whola^wook. - ^enr in and year out ; month' in and month oat; weak in and week out; the Sunday pionio is right royally lonorod. It partakes of every con ceivable shape horn of the imaginative ^ingenuity of man and woman, of boy , and girl, of parties of mon, of patties of boye, of parties of girls. By tram, by train, by steamer, by 'bus, by motor and by bioyclo ; by boat, on land, on waters— in oveiy direction in which it !o possible to move, the Sydney Sun day ptonio puohos onward with maoh enthusiasm, with great determination, with unbounded vigor a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 15 March 1907

Auctioneers Notices. SHOW SALES. WATSON' & NEWTON will hold a Bola of Stud nnd other Stock at 10.30 ».iu., Zlat Urarch, at their Salo Yards. Particulars later. Entries still being re ceived. ?' - . ' A splendid opportunity to offer Livo Stock, Vehiclos, Land, Show Exhibits, ic, 4c, . ?'? '??' WATSON & NEWTON. IMPORTANT LAND SALES. DAT AFTER SHOW W'ATSON & NEWTON, will soil by \ Public Anction, nt tho Mart, 2 p.m., TIIUBSDAY, 21st March, on account W. H. Wood, Esq., M.L.A.— LOT l! AIiLOTJrBNT OF LAND, paling ;,foncoa, with builduigs thereon, . Beaidcnco, Stero, Stable, Splondid* Orchard: and ? Ornamental Trees, and^sholtorcd as ? poet,'' fronting niiun stroot ; .known as Wood'stitorp. . .;:?-. , tOT Si rW':;.-'^ ? Adjoining 'Allotment, with -.pottage)1 ana Smithy thereon. - '?'?? \ ' ?. .;.vJ ' '??'? *': TITLE^TOEBENsH'.|i;V/'l;; Full particulars next issue. ? : ? ? Tei-nis at Sale. y1. '??-??'.!? TTNDEB instructions from- Mrs -HyrlnJ \J Sydney, WATSON &am...

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Catholic Church [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 15 March 1907

? -?'?'*. ... Catholic Church - '? llnss will bo calobrntcd »s folloira . — March 17— Dolognto, II. March 18— Corrowmuj, 10. March 21— Dombala, 8.30; Vospors, 7.30. March 31— Cathcni-t, 8.30; fionibala, 11 1 Vo3pers, 7.30. Uev. P. J, Moore.

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BILIOUSNESS BANISHED. Bile Beans Prove a Blessing. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 15 March 1907

BILIOUSNESS BANISHfc-D. Bile Beans Prove a Blessing. That horrible eonantioh of diziincsB, 'hnd that disafrrooablo weakening aon ?ation of sickness and fainting oro .' Buro indications of disorganised bilo ' flow, and invariably mean biliousness, '' If tho Uvor is in a healthy condition, tho bilo floffo freely, thus promoting assimilation. When tho livor becomes sluaciah In its action, tho stomach and organs of digestion aro over worked. Food is not digested and ? .corned through tho oyotom as Natnro intended. It accumulates, causing flatulence, aicknesa and .often vomit ing, or, in othor' wordo, Bilionsncso. Mrs.. M. Jordan, of Kelly Stroot, -.BcoBoJi' N.S.W., say's: — 'For many years T havo boon a martyr to Bilious ness.. ' Almoot ovory fortnight I would havo on attack, and try what I would 1 could got no relief. Tho pain in my (load was unbearable, ana also tho pain across tbo oves. After eating I would vomit terribly. I tried several -eo-called romodios, bat could gain no relief...

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