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GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 April 1894

GAZETTE NOTICES. Applications for Licenses approved. Mary J. Brice, 20a., Moors; Mary A. Shiel, 20a., Moora : H. G. Brice,.20a., Moors ; J. 0. Walbran, 20a., Moors ; Terence M.cArdle, 20a., Moors; , Jno. McArdle, 20a., Moors ; Annie McArdle, 20a., Moors; Margaret Walbran, 20a., iMoors; Edward Johnson, 20s., Moora; J. B. and W. Farquharson, (dead-wood license), Yarroweyah. Application for -Lease approved. Robert Ash, 31ia. Or. 38p., Gobarup. Permits to occupy issued to approved applicants.-Gen. T. Ashenhurst, 10a., Yarrowoyah ; Jno. T. Ashenlhurst. 11a. 8r. 88p., Yarroweyah ; Walter G. Eden, 13a. Or. 37p., Corop : Jno. Tobin, na., 1[nrchison North ; Thos. Mnansell,' 10a, ?r., Yarroweyah ; David Groves, 10a., Dunbulbalane. Licenses and Leases revoked under the Lands Acts, 1869, 1884 :-Geo. Tittford, 5p., Barmnah ; Fred. Sheldrake, 20p., Barmnah ; Tuck Bros., 990a.,. Yarroweyah; John Penglase, la., Gun bower State Forest.

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MIXED REMARKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 April 1894

" I hET lmy maid, 3lla, l go to hll theatre the other night, witht the young lman sho is engageod to marry," said a lady, " awnl the next ldily 1 Flid to hotr: "'])id you enjoy yourself, Bella?' "' Oh, yes, taI'ntin.' "' \hat was the name of the play?' ,"'I duln't know, taiii'anl.' " ' DUoiL klow the pn.e of the play ' i ?ON i uuti, ln. 11u had it progranmome but all t sai:l on it was, ' As You Like It and I liked it very well.'" After the Inutgh had stbsided, the lady in red silltk and black lacoon the other side of the table taid: " D)o 01ou know I havo I n:w lMrs. MhllOilopl laolni? oy acquniilancoes ? Sioe's (morle funl tlnll i colnicOopern. Tlto odd lt rt. of it i shiose oln?s jast tas bright as ally one exceplt when rlho nimakes her Ipeculiahr break;s. Yestotrdny shel told nle she was going to haivo n 'mllazurka' collar on her nlow goiwIt."' "Mnzorka !" "Yes; I litllspose h!i mieanIt Medici.' Another limle olho ttold Ine slie haIl ccnl to a vocal teacher laiotit, les?otns, IIa...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Temporary Insanity. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 April 1894

Temporary Insanity. Facts seem to bear out the theory that most people are insane at timles; else how can certain extraordinary proceedings be ao counted for ? A wise man will atep backward oil a porch or into a mud puddle, a great philosopher will hunt for the spepks that are in his hand or on his forehead, a hunter will sometimes shoot himself or his dog. A work. ing.girl had been feeding a great clothing koife for tkn years. On. day she watched the kuifu come down elowly upon her hand. Too late she woke out of her stupor with one hand gone. For a few seconds her mind had failed, and she sat by her machite a tempo. rary lunatic, and had wr;tehed the knife up. proach her own hand. A diutinguiabel pro. lessor was teaching near a canal. W.lking along one evening in urommer he or alked as deliberately into the canal as he had been walking along the path a second before. lie was brought to his senses by the wa'er and mud and the abeu:dity .of the eituatiro. lie had on a now suit of cal...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Fishes of the Sea. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 April 1894

.Fshes of the Sea. Thoughno sharp line of separation can be drawn, marine fishes are roughly diidced, for convenience into three caltegoria. Slhorue fishes, which habitually frequent coast lints, and rarely descenid to a greater depth than 300 fathoms; pelagio lishes, which ichabi; the open sea, most of them spawnigl there also; and the deep sea filhea, which live where the influence of light and esrface term. perature is but little fel. The shore fiches, according to Heilprin, number opwa.rd of a3,00 epecic,. Their northern range ex. tende to or beyond theo ighty-tl.ird parallel of latitude, but in the Couthorn limintephere they are not known to Io beyond the sixtiethl parallel. Ino the dffercni cocac these fiehes ar0 largely identical in bath the Atlantlo had Pacific boasis, as well a en tile opposite aeiss of thcso basins. Trotpical watere, howervcr, produce'a greater abard. none and diversity of forms than these of ternpeoate regions, while the rcefs give to the Pacifio and Indi...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SUB-TREASURIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 April 1894

SUB-TREASURIES. -4-e- Accounts for the following are awanit ing payment at the Shepparton Sub Treasury : J. Smith, iM. Gordon, .1. Allan, J. Elder, Dr Florance (8), T. Kilpatrick, ,Jno. Furphy, D. ML'L ean, I. Poole, C. Roach, J. W. Young, J. Sandlant, W. F. Bowen, F. J. Camp (2), C. Ford (5), W. F. Ford, Jnr., J. Lancaster (2), . Maskoll, J. O'Shannessy, E. W. Patoy, and W. Rooney,

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Lived In Town. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 April 1894

Lived In Town. A boy with a letter in his hand to poet was ciroling around the Albert Park Post.ollien the other day when an omiler name up and asked: " Anything wanted ?" " I want to poet this letter." "L'ved in town long t" "Yes, all my live," replied the toy, 1" but this in the first letter I ever wrote to my girl.' Bortio.-" I'a, who's that picture of?" PA -" Father 'The, with his scythe." ItDrTIe.-" BlDl pa, le'l nearly Iald." PA.-" Yes; most ohl gentlemen are." illthiFR.-'e llut, eay pa, I thought Time had n forelock." A-''Pray, can you tell me what that picture repesente l" U1-" Thit is the celebrated Queen Oleo patra. IHave you never beard of her! "' A-" No, Faet Is, I hardly ever read the . o . . ,

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Terrible Expedient. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 April 1894

A Terrible Expedient. BY ILANCHIE ITlliTIt,. Allen Fletchber was still young enough for romanoe, and he was travelling in Italy, the boms of romance. IA He was accompanied by his mothebr (who thought him the only person of special con. sequence in the world) and her adopted daughter, Mabel Thurs.ton. The young lady was something of an heir. ssein her own right, with large expoetations from a rich uncle, after whom Allen had been named. This unole, with the. perversity of the bachelor mnecuiline mind, had set his heart on makina mroetch between the young couple, and Mrs. Fletoher was not aware to this pro jWt when her old .friond suggested it.) It of course followed that a provoking antagon. ism exieted between Allen and Mabel which made it impossiblo for them to avoid some kind of diosgreemoat it they wcre alone to gather for five minutes at a time. As they were travelling from place to place, this party of three fIJud thrmselves suddenly detained at a small villugo inn, near the mo...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 April 1894

T ATURA MECHANICS' IN-. .1 STITUTE AND FREE LIBRARY. ESTABnLsHED 1882. HE PUBLIC READING ROOM Sopen from 10 li.m. until 10 p.m. daily, also on Sunday afternooiis, from 1 to 5, and is supplied with all the lead ing illustrated anli other papers and periodicals, loceal and metropolitan journals. The Circilating Library contains nearly 2,000 volumes,. works of the best authors, principally history, travels, works of reference,' poetry,' povels, tales, and sketches to suit all tastes. Subrcribcmr plnc.e note that Books are issued every evening from 7.30 to 8.30 Friday afternoon fromt 4 to 5 p.m. Subscribers can join at any time. Annual subscription 10s. per annlum to all. By order of the comntittee, LUKE FLANAGAN, Librarian. T ATURA WEST END WHOLE SALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERING ESTABLISHMENT. Small Goods a Specialty PRICES MOST REASONABLE. HIDIes, SKINS, AND TALLOW PUtt CHttIAI) FORI CASHt. THOMAS HOGAN, PROPRIETOR. PUBILLC NOTICE. MASON & WILSON, Butchers, TAT UBR.A -(Established 1...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Japanese Birthday Ball. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 April 1894

A Japanese Birthday Ball. The China equadron, having finished their evolutionary cruise, took a little relazation at Yokohama before deipFpsal; they enter tained, and were entertained. There were levccs (these corfined to few), races, and general high jinke. The fates had con siderately arrangee d that the anniversary of the Mikado's birth should fall at this time, but, as he has not quite "emerged" enough to hold dancing parties, this function was delegated to the Minieter of Foreign Affairs and the Counteess Monye (unooye). The Empress, however, had decided that the high-born Mueumi should appear in Western dress, for how could Ptti ting dance in her cliuging robes and clogs, and in font do more than clatter around ? In truth, the Japanese ladies take thbir Weitern dancing au graed serieerx. Rigid fJlirts are made to beep the time and turn their tOes out, leaving no freedom for smiles and daintintinses. One damsel, probably et.lli°iontly high-born to be able to disregard eumptuary...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A MOD[?] CASHIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 April 1894

A MuOD..vs IJassEIt5; ?i FTER the disagreeable summer of 189,l l 'Parisians generally, and the residentsl upon the Rue des Arclhives in particular, were disposed to make the mout of the sunny days of a charaling autumn. Accordingly. .1. Auguale Navet decided to improve few of tile line days by acceptinig the invitation of Ui old aruly comnralde living near Dijon. lie intended to alpend some plleeLant hours in shooting larks and Ihrushes, and, perchance, a few youlg partridges, if fortune were favourable. It was, no doubt, hard for him to tear himself away from the cares of ia prosperous bueiless (buttons wholesale , patented at home and abroad); but he really needed a vacation, alnd then Jules Caniveau would be in charge during his absenco. Julos was a model cashier, and Ithe conflidential clerk of Navet, who was very proud of hlil. WVith him at the head of affairs, there was othlilng to fear. The orders would be promptly tilled, and the cash would befounld correct to a centilno eve...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LETTER BOX EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 April 1894

rMl, LI.TTgIR.BOX EDITOI. :His hi'gh forehead, hair coiiibed bacl4 Ihear l!tss face-in short, his whole appean al(le iilarked him an a leanlied nlllll, wht i;'? CnillsCiolln of Ilis worth. LWitli a look ci conihlence he entered the lhihling and si ke the office boy if Ille ellitor could be seerlh. The boy pointed to a door UlpoU I Iwhih tlle woIil privatle " wll? printcel, aold ii I tiat dilretliil lie tiuiirld his steps and knCllied al. the dolor.. " t'omt ill," alid a dleell voice. lU?ipn entering. lie liw lt inull who had a wearied look. Questioningly hlie looked at thel tdilor. for llhis was he. 'ly "? niae is Slhule, aiid 1 hiave just pIil-ll l uil exaniination," begatl the visitor. "Aiil '"u slkedl tile editori. "I weish to idevote yself toll jonllrialisli. I he:lid that ivoi w[ant. iu editolir fur the 'leittr-hux ' -a person who anI cuiswer all itle,:liiu of yoiiurl'ieri. I believe that is ii slit 'ellloi jilin fir ite." T'lihe ethor lit u cigar, took a few .tlionl pu ls, nod...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOW A FIDDLER ACTUALLY PLAYED FOR A BENEFIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 April 1894

fLOW1 A FIDDLIER ACTUAI.LY PLAYED 1, O IR A BENEFl.1'r. La?i:i uIp inl the very hearlt of lthe eIclicon ranlllge, o ;1111 t ol'\w glrassy ledge whltich ooklte down on tlhe fertilo (irecial valley, the bandits siol lrtd and Iuntbunnd their prisoner. "Is it true," inquired the warthy chief of in ruers, ', (ha0t(you (11 Ille Signor I'iulraum, The rsotier's li tlt ed ittn l 'au?lly Vcornt t l,,n a :-raile of Lily .crept. over his fIaeS, and taktn it tet rieftt h by the wris' t, he let yio 'I al otiell p lt.c1 ll ll ,11 till:he t e ; thell, sutndlio in tillt full h:ize of the aonlitwid ou,, he suolt, hi, brra i, with hisi right hand, d etli ,xct l , l l l l t, in riilgin to anis : "11 a11 m iotrart ille only, the great, the tto l:u ich sl violinis (11 "[It is evident," rnjoieied the rubber, "i t llt yol are Ita II 11iia ; ibt ot it Vi it. re lthe g?lI llltr til.l.ir e h ll o it 111 o la inLgt Ly 1' violinl am l git ving, ir II . ra U tl e i of yourll Skill." '" lhnldr Ie to rllewingk cli...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SKETCHER. Caring For Poor Children. An Interesting Experiment Going on at Hanstead, England. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 April 1894

SKETCHER. ,a r i n .~ o " P ,r t u'ei :' r ? .s . An IIIt L ti?.cu l E:e~dam.inl: iiL Goi:ai on at I-1 ste.tl Et'4l.Ltlit. At BIuettal, in Su?rry, hlttru is being ,uull.t. u alU I x'.IUalu:.L Lt lthb eduI.OloIn saLd ur.Luig Lil p ti piaip)tr c lirellrn t iCt1. is ot LLcu.:tlsl ill lut.iiU:L. tew Ul the Ihultlers u t Iltl' m Lit a of it ln: tot,:a n.1i C.?:hlea :a11 as d.ru ti t.Le I ,ct thl. L t as they 1.1t Ce ily lu the iailuali t-apread wh;i.iu t.it' ed thtse no l'gl:hLtouI tIln t1i dill y ILet.rpii thsey pars a?llbtIn a IaItte uf a nt'csuiIo.l flL:c Lu eitihh they ib.rae at nuodivdelri oIl ,t0, alld O .ill!0 in btdlngi Utit(d out 0 (1 ubil et lor E :i "g ti. ?lIi aInd 1t.,1r u111 Ato It s ;II n p it ,. I ,iar l:i dren of L·| plel l t l at ile W 11l:11 I r ,h. as sa,.tUI, (a l.lt U ll t , ow i r?I ..I * . t .. 1111 Al.1J is al.I, . 1 .1 l si t. ,t ... .. , t. 111 iu . 1d, 1511 1IL 1,L: a aI L00 il 'st tu t.4 i 1.tl , .Ls .u 0 's ,,t .s t 1 i n 0 h ,. t: : a : . li , ? J : I t 1 -...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Spring. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 April 1894

Hpe'isg p. Nature's Ilallelojah I Itobins, blue-birds eing ; Diphtheria, pnceumonis, Et esters. Spring I Naturo's resurrection I All that sort of thing. Microbes, disinfetlion, Baro'parilla. Spring I Nature's new creation I Songsters on the wing, X-mas bills-darnation I Easter bonnets. 8pringI Nature's jubilation I Mud just made to cling, House-oltaning, tribulation, Profanity. Spring I Mary (a sick wife. to her husband): SGeorge, if I die, promise me one thing." George: " What is it, Mary I" Mary: " That you will marry Emma Wilkins." George: "Why, I thought you hated her." Mary : " I do, Georgo. I want to get even with her." Some people are bcrn to ill-lank. An old woman who bas pasted nearly five thousand medical recipes in a book during the last 40 years has not had an opportunity to use one of them, because she has never been Ill aday in her life, and she is growing discouraged. "I11 teach you to play pitoh and toss I" said an er raged father. "I'll flog you for an hour, I will ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Shoemaker's Logic. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 April 1894

Thie SHtoJwtrrl,'r's l.oeyic. An old Frnceth lhn.+mrol:rr, who bntlted that nothing could friglicn himr, waq ;jtl to the test by two yeurI re it: . )reof thceml prctrnded to he dead, ni th:e ottho, i:toicc' to the shoeminker, induce d him to wit up with the supposed corj.e. To ethocimaker in in a hurry for eotriu wyork, to he took hie tools and leather and biegan wrlhirtng behide tlhe corpso. About one o'clock, ccfl'o having ex. hilarated him, lie commr.ced rinbirg a lively tone, kecping time with his hammr.e,. Buddenly the corpoo kruei, Rand exclaimed, in a hollow voice: "When a man is in the presence of death he should not sing I" The ehoemal:r etorted, tion sudldenly dealt the eorp~e a blow on the head, exe':im ing, at the same time: "When a toau is dead lie should not speak." It was the loat time they tried to ecare the shoemaker. " IT is strange," said a lady at a hoarding house breakfa.,t table, " that people can toll the aRe of animals by the teeth." " Not at all," said an ol...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Trifles Light as Air. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 April 1894

T iiffcS Liff/tt (OS 41'. CurLronei cry for the moon, when they grow up they want tile earth. Tnse sovereigns that exert the lgrottst sway in this world are neither white noi black, but yellow. Tue shrewd member of the elurh ch oir is thle one who, while he says little, always watcheo his chants. PrFu.Lc : "Tim, your eabin hes been blown away." Tine: "Deed thin it hasn't, for I havo the hay in my pocket. A LITTLa boy out at sea-A waif from hone. WecIeN a mnodern youthl becomes eneeoneod in a s'ertCaOr the ladics discover that he doesn't belong to theo ricing geeneretion. BhIcuctr: "If I rang like you, old maon - 15rowe : '" What would yeou do 1" Merritt : " t wouldl't eing." A wscuen hr. been hIeavily fined for cruelly to a horre. It ic tchoulchc thllat she offl.red the animal a section of her first homeemade pce. 'PIH'e philosohler who miletains that thre is no true happineso in humano life, has never clorely observed the boy who is put for the ferat timeu into pants. ' You were to...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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HUMOR. Then A[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 April 1894

JIiUMOR 1I, Cu .1 'fII t. Jim Bowker, he said of he'd had a fair show And a big encegh town for :is talenta to grow, And the least bit anoistanoo in hluin' his row, Jim Bowkcr, boe sid, he'd filled tho world fulll of the sound of his name, An' elint ihe top round in the laddur of fame; It may hove been Fo; I dlnt:o dJet eo it might brew, Then ng'in - But ho had tarnal luck-everythla' went eg'n him, The rrs er for fortune they alis 'nd pin him " So he didn't get no chance to chow c I wit ' was in hitm, Jim Bowker, be said. El he'd had a fair uhoiw, you couldn't tell where he'd conic, An' the hate he'd a-done. au' the heigh!s he'd a-climb It may hova been so; I duono ; -Test so it might been, Then ag'in - But we're all like Jim Bowker, thinks I, more or les- Charge fate for our bna luck, cureelves for An' give fortune the blaman for all our dia. tress, As Jim nowlcr, he said. It it hadn't been for luck an' misfortune an' eioh, We might a.been famous, no' might a.been siob, It mighthe ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ADVICE WORTE HEEDING. A Talk With Those Who Have Chattels and Lands. While You Are Yet Alive Determine to Whom Your Choicest Possessions Shall Fall—Why Women as Well as Men Should Draw Wills. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 April 1894

ADVICE WORTE-. HEEDING. J ' Talk Witle 1'Those JIJh7o Iatroe Chattels anti Launds. Whilo You Are Yet Alive Determine to Whom Your Choicest Possossions Sllall 1'all-Why Women as Wcell as tMen Should Draw Wills. Every one cannot inldulge in the sensation of making a will which disposes of millions, But observes a late writer in the Chicago Heralt,, every one can attain a degree of sat isfactiou to one's self by makiug a tdisposi tion of one's possessions. We accept it as i matter of course that the rich man and rich woman shall bequeata his or her estate to certain heirs suggested by nature or choice, but the ordinary, every-day people in tiro world live along without muclh thought of a time when somebody else shall possess their all, be it inuch or little. Indeed, the very suggestion of snaking a will is regarded by very maniy se8nsible oinc as a harbinger of evil, a certain preparation for a dreaded time which is sure to bring it ncarer. Iispeci. ally is this trot: of self.-tade met...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHORT STORY. What Phil Hurst Saw. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 April 1894

SHORT STORY. VNh t Phil Hurst Saw. " Att.FRett ltAt.CII. Ilnhert [:" rshaw had worked Iong and Riatltfllly 0when the slippin of a timber inl :h t bi; mine injured his liark. lie ans olgllt utitl eI tol t etrface andl clarlied hotre, +r. I ttitou,,eh it b.ecame evlet, in It day or twotl tilat s. 'a nlt gloing to die, it no tllt. fort'untaely equlally certain that he never Coul, +.,~ ce aneltn. AnU so it was that hits tAalghtetr !Mary, then IonIly seven:eetn, follnd :ot,.relt t ,rced e, undertake tile burden of ntte family. 'iThe poplhtrity of her father in It,o town. alddlli to tile natulral admiration f or he r cora:-,got hera eschool. Tie work as IItt, reay, but su,o tarntd money enough to provito hItr ti small family, and to keep the wulf fromt the door. Amontg her sthollas was 'lhil Hurst, born deaf and dumb. Before her time no otto gted known how. to pierce through the veil rhich bad steool between the poor boy's attnd and his fellows. She, with infinite patience and care, hall ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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CONTEMPT [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 April 1894

CONTEMPT for yomr ailments is simply conmitting. suicidle, every ianum is the ceiiti?eTif tliso unliverse to himself, yet how many do we daily meet who compllain of weakness, liver complihnt, neuralgia, and so on ? Hundreds of such sufferers are met with every week who neglect their cases when there is a reliable remedy in Clements 'Tonic at hand. This preparation is distinct from the many disguised purga tives called indigestion cures, the use of which are imost harmlful to the patient. Clements Tonic does not give relief by drastic catiharsis, blt aims at caring the cause of thle disorder, and then the mi pleasalnt symptlons cease. If you suffer, remember that without treatment tlhe disease nuest increase, ,and that it is criminal on your part to neglect your case, at any rate your life depends on your getting proper treatment and may ,e the lives of a wife lnd family. Thlere fore do nIlt delay, get Clements Tonic and do lnot be put oiff with vile purgatives or substitutes, and yo...

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