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CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 17 March 1899

CYCLING NOTES. in -- +------ - pC The outcome of R. Walnre's defeat ot in Sydney by several first-class riders gr at the electric light carnival has been et the issue of a challenge by the Aus- It tralian chamnpion to ride either . J. ju MIegson or W. C. Jackson for any 1I1 amrounrr. The gauntlet has been taken at up by the Sydney champion, Joe Meg- in son, who is at present riding in his old Pc form. Arrangements are now being is tixed up, and what promises to lie the tr finest match that has eventuated in tli Australia should shortly take place of between these two Dunlop cracks. se The Sydney Cup (d4100) was de- tli cided on the Sydney Grick.et Ground N on Wednesday evening last, the meet- Pt ing bheing concluded in the presence of tr a large attendance, the lighting ar- th rangenients being good. The winner pt of the Cup turned up in W. J. C. to Elliott (on Dunlops), off the 85 yards of nark, the secl'nd and third men being W. Gibson (Vie.) 220 ya ld, arid F. ,it phpson 1i5 yard...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THINGS WORTH KNOWING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 17 March 1899

THINGS WORTHI KNOWING. White of egg beaten with loaf-sugar and lemon relieves hoarseness-a tea spoonful to be taken every hour. Aluminum combines with iron in all proportions. Few of the alloy.s,-how ever, have yet proved of value, except those of small percentages of aluminum with steel, cast iron, and wrought iron. Underground cables sheathed in glass tubes have been tried successfully at Marseilles. The insulation 'is very trustwort:y, and the glass tubes being air-tight, the cables are thoroiughly pro tected fron dampness. Mixture for cleaning paint.---Dis s-lve two ounces of soda in a quart of hot water; this will make a ready and us ful solution for cleaning old painted work preparatory to re painting. The mixture sliould be. used when' warm, and the woodwork afterwards washed with water to renmove the remains of the soda. - In Germany anyone knowingly using pigments in any way injurious to health in the coloring of toysis .punisha-ble by five.years' imprisonment, which is itn...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 17 March 1899

G;AZETTE N(OTIV Tfle frllow: in 'ii;ticr's S }ipi'arct in last v:o i'~ l:.:z tOr Schedule if a1i :licrtii,. i for tho sicof ('jrna lnat :---\V. I indson, TI) cres, r3 ! 1 cii. , -rs 13u atonl. Jas. Iiii retv il Acherorni. Ptrick ru :t((. it) ares, 3 roods, S percTh, pa~ Ki glako. 11 r. I )arcv, a Ii'ra'i)o ii fT; titir, c1105iin to her the" eve-ti;; o sif tie fig ei of an rnr-oun~ r ettirv~ t (, u': Ile s";tr-s , (-aye i Mann - Ill siteli") thatlst e d ev (luiiii..I ther iii :'c it i-s - siVo heat los wa- ii' bTý, tlsrist~l a i paddock of Ili,, \'1: 'is Ih~-aw a ni h5(( u1t etqti p thi f f 11.s in is' i l.p cit., 111l11 oil cani5'' 0ii1 I' founud fully !ix' iriincw; o nit j I isi(;' editorial walinut a (1 :rltsp W of another itilake c tiiiil ,r, (i'" tu lu I y our ispecia! war ci itahi at we had l wrass bhuut(r, 1i, iiiiii I iiI from t 1k piths of v. 11,.. ",Ii. runs :--I WIStt ,t il 5.O01 fence one very firm day I saw in thll dii-taIici ;I i-w , ( : ( I 1earlluitiIt I (:t-f 'I ' I ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 17 March 1899

£1,000 FOR I/- £1,000 (NET vALUE). (NET VALUE). 8 H4lOURS' ART U1NION. AS I'OPULAII AS EVER. THE GREAT EVENT OF TIHE YEAR. 43rd Anniversary. Eight Hours' Day. GCrano 'oto, Bazaar, &. Art Union In aid 'of the Charities. U Exhlibition Building, ielbonrne. FRIDAY, 21st APHIL, and SATURDAY, 1 22nd APIHIL. The Eight flours' Art Union. 127 Prizes, valne £1,650. FIRST PlRIZE mdL 00. Second Prize... £150 I Fourth 'rize £30 Third Prize ... £60 I Fifth Prize... £28 This Great Art Union will be drawn at the Bazaar in the Exhibition Building, .Melbourne, on Saturday, 29th April, at 8 30 p.m. Positively no Postponement. Winning numbers will be published in the three Melbourne Dailies on the 1st May, 1899. EVnRY TICKET ACTUALLY SOLD, AND NO OTHER, IIAS A CHANCE IN TITIS -ART UNION. Tickets (Is. each) can be obtained, with full list of prizes, from your local agents, or direct from the secretary, Is. each, 11 for ICs, or 23 for £1, by forwarding ad dress, and enclosing Postal Notes, P.O. ·...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1899. GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 17 March 1899

J-L) 'it rb I r. . ti sl PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. E IJ AY, MARCH 17, 1899. P W ENERAL NEWS.`& 61 io -0:- li Sstate y the secretaiy I' the it -a ,terwks TuTst.r d :various fire-plugs in the township are reatl in need of attention consequent I upo-~ -the faulty description cf the balls a Which h"e.eei~ptilri and "whicli:fdil to Withstand the pressure of the water. Thefire.brigade also drew attention to the inconveniences under which they labored when practising .by the plu'as a being out of order. The-plus in :front i of this office needs "immediate atten tion, as water has been running to waste during the whole week, and if allowed to continue, will, in all proba bility, become stagnated, and evil con sequences might arise.. " Preventtion is better than cure," and the sooner this complaint is remedied, :the sooner at will be appreciated. -The Codmmis sioners of the Water Trust-lhave exer cised wisdom in framing bye-laws with a viewv to conserving thei water for the use of r...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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HEALLESAILLE POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, MARCH 16. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 17 March 1899

HEALI~ ALLE POLtdB COUR THURSbAY, MAlRCH 16. Before Mr. Keogh, P.M., and Dr. Baird and John Green, J's.P. Thos. King, an officer .of the Heales- th ville Shire Council v. Alfred Sparke.-For to allowing one horse to wander on 11th w February in 24icholson-street. Mr. Alex- 1C ander, on behalf of thedlefendant, pleaded Si gutilty. Fined 2s. 6d. and.2s. G6-: costs. Same v. P. A. Burt.-- F6r allo\'ing two at cows to wander in HtIrk-r-street on 7th of March. Mr. Day appearedfor defendantifi le but as the latter gentletfan wfis absent from the court at the tiniesbeing, the Dfleeh would not listen to the objections raised E Fined 2:; 6d. per head, and 2s. G6: costs: Constablb Hocking v. Robert Harliison: 31 -For neglecting to send his 'daughter wt Rose to school the required number of days in conformity with the Education Act, at Second offence. Fined 5s. Constable Hocking v. Chas. Saunders. y Charged with neglecting to send his child, E. Charles William Saunders, to school thl required nu...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 17 March 1899

The Case of " F. 1. Mr. Arthur Thompson, Late President of the BAKERS' UNION. (From the "Liverpool Herald.'," Aug. 20h, 1S9S.) (RY srcAz. INQUIRY.) DMr. Thompson now resides in Scott-st., Liverpool. A Herald reporter met him the other day and at once entered into conversation. "I am informed that some time ago you were very ill" said our reporter. " Yes," replied he, " my system was all across. I Couldn't Eat my Meals. I had fancies for various sorts of foods, but when they were placed before me I couldn't tat them. The sa iva in my mouth had a most disagreeable and bitter taste. My Food Lay Heavily on my chest, and instead of digesting, fer mented, turned sour, and caused frequent belchings." " Was there any pain ?" "Most decided pain. The pain in my chest, arising from indigestion, was at times most excruciating. In addition to this I was troubled with griping at the pit of the stomach. Sometines on getting up in the morning I was Totally Unable to Work, and at last I had to give ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 17 March 1899

at I anc :: > . .- set :. · ;; f': .· . i:--: ('SID1 i " leaiesville Guardian ", ·a 0 . : '. .. ... , ' : : .:.. ,::x t °: - i. O ·19 GEE AD : - OO . . . . JGEOEB PRINT INGING WOS H 0&8"IIEL; - STREET, '-.-.` " HEALESiILLEE: ·.; ... i ...T . . . . . Ho ea F OF~ EVERY DESCRIPTIONI DONTE 0N TlEE PREMtISES A I. (i e1 . P The "Guardian" is published every FRIDAY Morning, in time to catch First Mail .:: - ti ·. . . ·: . ;:;. 1 ·." :: .... . .;.-J j:: '.:i f?. ?, ,: , : . TmhisJoina advocatne lal Dinteessan thes Fpc teru.g of locl . n -- ? '. -_ ? ., , . -: . conems hePrctceofsupotin f~re··:ign iI:~:,abor,' .I . . :~ . . .. . . ., . , - ,~ T.I.;-jo ~i i:d?bete : ioal in·· terest~,,:and i~the:. fote ringg of. : : ... , . ...... .... : .local m·i dustryr , v . .... . . --Itcofndemn? the praetcie of suppo~ttng~~~ i'em illo •' . . . , ,,. . , .;. ".':? i'4?:#i '?'?*i a " ' .. . . . - . d> '? >.? '.Z{ i.7? , iH.u a.'., i .... (;> "-,i:J :t. :'. . .. , ::-·... . ., , SALE. S...

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Close Season for Game, &c. THE WHOLE YEAR: [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 17 March 1899

cloe S oason for Game, &o. THE WnOL YEAR : "ALL birds, except sparrows and minas, not indigenous to Australia, and their prodner (including eggs), antelope, bee-eaters, bus. ?ard or wild turkey, Californian quail, deer epithianuras, fan-tails, fly-catchers, great kingfisher or laughing jackass, grouse, ibis ,lyre-lirds, magpies, magpie larks, owls, partridges, pheasants. -' As, podargue or mopokes, a''_... ._, southern stone plover or curlew, swallows, warbler, white swans, wrens. JUNE 14 TO DECEMBER 20 : Black swan, emu, wild geese of all kinds. AUGUsT I TO L?EBRUARY 28: Bronze-winged or "other wild pigeons. quail. ": AUoUST 1 to DECEMBER 20. .:All birds known as cranes, such as herous, egrets, &c. ; allhoney-eaters except wattle birds and leather-heads; all kingfishers other than the laughing jackass ; all men bers of the grauculus family ; avocet, bittern, black cockatoos, coach-whip-bird, cuckoos, gang gang cockatoos, land-rail, all ether members of the rail fami...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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ALLEGED CATTLE STEALING. ANDERSON v. CLUGSTON. THE PROSECUTION BREAKS DOWN PECULIAR SURROUNDINGS. ACCUSED DISCHARGED. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 17 March 1899

ALLEGED CATTLE   STEALING.   ANDERSON v. CLUGSTON.   THE PROSECUTION BREAKS DOWN PECULIAR SURROUNDINGS. ACCUSED DISCIIARGED.   At the local police court yesterday after-   noon, before Mr. Keogh, P.M., and Dr.   Baird and Mr. Jno. Green, Js.P., an old   resident of the district named Hugh   Clugton was arraigned on a charge of   cattle stealing. After a very lengthy   hearing, the decision of the Bench (with-   out deliberation) rested with the accused,   and the case was thereupon dismissed.   The facts, as elicited during the trial, were   as follow:   James Anderson v. Hugh Clugston.-   Charged that he did on 4th October last   feloniously take away a red steer, value   60s., the property of one James Ander-   son.   Inspect...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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HEALESVILLE SHIRE COUNCIL. WOODSPOINT ROAD TENDERS [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 17 March 1899

HEALESVILLE SHIRE COUNCIL. WOODSPOINT ROAD TENDERS. A special meeting of the town mem- bers of the above council was held in the Shire Hall on Monday evening last, to deal with tenders in connection with the Woodspoint road. Present- Crs. Chandler (President), Matthews, Sloss, and Bailey. The following tenders were received and dealt with, subject to the approval of the Public Works Department:- Contract No. 18-Remaking metal- led roadway, Mt. Arnold to Petty's metal-   James Nichols... ... £94 5 0 E. M. Furmston ... ..... 78 10 0 On the motion of Crs. Sloss and Matthews, E. M. Furmston's tender was accepted. No. 19-About 23 chains corduroy at White Flats- James Nichols... .. £59 19 3 W. H. Hickey ...' ... 60 7 6 James Hodson ... .. 60 5 7 E. M. Furmston ... .... 59 16 0 On the motion of Crs. Sloss and Bailey, E. M. Furmston's tender was accepted. No. 20-About 27 chains corduroy near Foley's- James Nichols ... ... £70 15 3 E. M. Fuirmston. ... 94 10 0   Jam...

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GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 24 March 1899

GAZE i FE N~YJ'ICE;Ld The following noltice.s app'larecd II last. weelk's ( ;.iz' tt Fridatly, 351,t \l en·~lI, ;eee1 S~turdlnyr FI'nrs. \\"illia~i~ TI, p hirll \\'nnrj Xjal Ic;2.f1 IcrIi s VraItls 21J pIfIchePs. "fr~~uesfIII Ierte e .It tle; OQlicI of " '1' le a :--2.111tthcs Che ( to r" toi (Jcorget ii~r4;, lltHIolt i A26 set 11111rrr A. I.ISh1 tICs- n l r t 11n .32 (If the Lanti K~s I~ I dIS ll e-1J so rrendelred:- \I reur 2111ill, 1wai l-i. k'ingilate, Ijkiek 37x, 37 ecresr $1 *i ,

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A SPLENDID INVESTMENT. WHAT A FEW SHILLINGS DID FOR A PERTH MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 24 March 1899

A SPLENDIDI INVESTMENT, W1IAT A FEW SHILLINGS DID F'OR A PERTH111 M N. Early ii'thi preserit decade there was living in 3felhourne a member of 'that sturdy race that makes.-its.way to, every.. corner, of, this :earth. dOorg Nels~r? was his namine, his?- lirtlplad tle " land of brown heath ant] shaggy wood." Mr. Nelson was a liieaiber ct' aiRecha/bite l dge, and as such was en-. titled toy the boiefits accruting to iti mienmbers. For-a good many tilonlths lh was on the sick list, and; as, he .con ceived, a burden to his fellow'n mNiibers, They, however, stood by himi, anni'tfte,' months of medical. treatment for biliousness and chronic headiche, ac companied by daily-recurring fits of yomiting, his lodge sent hinmon a tril, to his mother country, ina s'areh oft health.. But' uniavailingly'; for Mr. Nelson returned no lbeltetih"! lifaltlI than wvlien "te' 'had departed "tweive montlis previously. Again tl? it'an's conscience urged him to :relieve his fellows of the burden that he-'fel...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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VICTORIAN WOMAN'S FRANCHISE LEAGUE. APPEAL ON BEHALF OF WOMAN SUFFRAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 24 March 1899

VI¥iTORI0A` N WOtA)3Ai'- FRi~N* COIISE LEAGUE. APPEAL ON BEHALF OF.. WOMAN SUFFRAGE. We are requested to publish the fol lowing appeal and leaflet by the hon. secretary of tilhe ilove league : " As Woman Sulfrage is now a live question in this colonyi and our Gov ernment is pledged to again introduce the measure during the coming session of Parliament, and place it before the Legislative Council Thie Victorian Woman's Franchise League has deter mined in making a strong elffort to se cure; before the century closes, the passing of a law in Victoria that will give women the right to vote for mein hers of Parliament. The League, having doce its best in the past, now appeals to all sympathisers throughout Victoria, for contributions to aid such an effort. Any contributions for warded to Mr. John Ross, lion: trea surer, Equitable Buildings, 330 Collins street, Melbourne, will be very thank fully received and acknowledged. ANNA HowIE, ion10 Sec."

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 24 March 1899

A niatcl, was played on T'u idffy afternloon last I,etween the Ii.op:pickers at Mr. Wilson's garden,-and :"a scratch team, who styled :tlhemselves the Battlers." Etclh side coud only muster eight men, but, - nevertheless,, a close game resulted in a, win :for. the latter, who " battled" a: win by two runs. Owiig to tlie raini which had fallen'during the dayt the L icket was sodden, and consequently tlhe cricket shown was not quite so attractive as a lover of the game would expect fronm such exponents. The scoring was snmall on' both sides, but that was mainly accounted for by; the excellent quality of the bowling and the lack of practice on the part of some of the batslien, The plajr was interfered with by rain, and an adjournment had to be made to the pavilion, or rather, the hop kiln, It is understood that a "combined" team of the above (15 in number) wish to take the local team on to. morrow on the recreation ground, and probably the game will be arranged. The following are the s...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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CHRISTMAS HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 24 March 1899

Mr. D. dWilson, junr., of Ohristmiari Iills, lost his house and furniture by. fire on Thursday last. Thu outbrcu!e was caused through a piele of musli., on the mantelpiece corning in contcSO with the hearth. Owing to the ralpi dity with which the fire spread1 no ar. tem'pt could be made to rescue any of the property, amongst which was a In.;', supply of provisions. A new buildini just erected was only saved by gre.,o exertions. Honey has been plentiful this season, but it is pitiable in the extreme to sip, so much valuable timber cut down an I wasted by the bee-hunting fraternity,

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE LEAFLET. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 24 March 1899

WOMAN'S SUFFittGE LEAFLET. The following is from the "Views" of MIr. Justice Grosbeck, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the State of \Vyo maingj on the effect of Woman's Suffrage in the State: 1. It has been weihd ad a ndt fbond wanting: The `Cotinuanceof tlie measure for over a quarter of a century, an tihe delermination to incorporate it in the fun damnental law, evere at thie risk of failing at Statehood. are the:strongest arguments of its benefits and pernnanency. : 2. It has tended to secure good nomina tions for the public olffices. The 'womnen, as a class, will not knowingly vote for in coumpetent,1,.1inioral or iueflicieent camli dates 3. It ithi' tentidd to riale our .o:len self-reliant and independlent, and to turn, their t.ttention to the stdly of the s:cienct: of .government, 'an "'ieduciition tl.at': "is needed by the imothers oif the race. 4. It has made, our .lectioas quiet tind ordrlcr; No rudeness,' ,riwlin. or dis order appears, or would be tolerated atithe po...

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WHAT IS AN AD? [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 24 March 1899

S HAT ,S AN T-A. ? 'Air American paper thus defiees it : The life blood of modernn business. :A-mouey maker, getter, and s:..er. A: flash of'informnation to :oll the people. ? The lever of trade. = The tniiie that yields piure gld ;in: iaLge divildends. The key-note of 'progress in tlih marchl to success. Thhe denier's sure road to' success. A medium for the increase "of That which booms the phee and enriches. the ad vertiser. A means of comnmunicating items of interest to wide-awake people. An intelligent message to intelligernt people, profiting sender and receiver. Personal and public ben:fits arec ieri ved fri n its judlcious applicat inn. A notice that brings best returns "or least money. The corner-stone of the Temple ot Fortune. The power 'tat keeps trade in e ctric pwer concelinotion. 'lie electric pewer concealing triac

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THE NIGHTSOIL QUESTION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 24 March 1899

THE NIGLHTSOIL QUESTION. TO THE EDITOR. Sin,-The application presented by Mr. G. Bailey to the Healesville Shire Council at the last ordinary monthly meeting of that body, for " permission to empty his night pan on to his land," is a question deserving of more serious consideration than 'haa'e apparently hitherto been given to it. It has al ways been a puzzle to me, and canI only, I think, be lack of knowledge of the real value of night soil as a ferti liser, that similar requests have not been made td the council long ago, or that the present method of dealing with it was ever adopted, for however nesessary the pan system, in lieu of a more elaborate sewerage scheme, may be considered in crowded centres of population, it is far from being essen tial in a- scattered and thinly built town like Healesville; and if with an area of only 1-8th of an acre for a gar den to a dwelling the "soil" may be used safely enough as regards it being either nuisance or a danger to health, Mr. R. W. E...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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Husband and Wife. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 24 March 1899

i.Sasband and Wife. Mr.'. Wa:chaln, a Hun:pshii e lady, inter viewed by thle " Portsmolhb Times," stated --"About three months after my baby was horn I was sei::cd with dreadful pains all iown the back, and began to lohe a quantity of Llood. As I had previous'": undergone two operations for this, I nati rally became much ala.ired. I had suf fered in this manner for seven veas on: and off, but after my child came 1 was so ill that I'was almost out of my mind." Asked what she ne.t did, Mrs. Wareham said her husband hadt read in the papers about Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, and ad vised her to get a box and see if iey wolrl do her lny good. "So," proceeded Mrs. Wareham, " I sent for a box of the pills, and before I had taki-n half its con tents my trouble stopped. I took two boi:es, and ever since I have been quite myself again. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills have entirely cured tme." M:s. Wareham added that the hills had no ill effects on her babe at her breast. She also men tioned that herhus...

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