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DAIRYING. BREEDING OF DAIRY CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 16 January 1914

DA I R V I N G. BREEDING OF DAIRY CATTLE. Hftwdlng dairy entile Is a cnmplei probh-M. 08 n.'! theories. however, (Mvugiit to be »..!] cs[a'>:l>-::i-(I. are ui-iilriwllcatud ;ir v.res by Mai re sults. Breed In? .-'a en I tie per h:i;)9, the ri:c«; .!" :i j-mM-- to L'lve ! ?: ' i;nl: jlry; i:;Hcu!!. ' .'.'ise i:. iia-4 w.ii. the .nest delicate orgn;;-.- of life, thai of .nntho,hood, the1 tm'nia] development, and tlir economical production of milk. The object of the breeder-is-twofold, to produce the best organised animal for a specific object. that of renrodur tion, and the production of a fond pro diiot (says Mr. L. P. IJaUey, president of the Ohio State Board of Agricul ture), Improving the Herd. My experience teaches me there aro two ways by which a breeder, can Im prove his herd. First, he must have in mind hi.-; ii. J.:' i.'.'-al ; ideal type, which he shu'ild always aim to attain; this can only be done by selection and proper mating of both sire and dam. Ic selecting a sir...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
District Cricket. WEDDERBURN V FENTON'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 16 January 1914

Distriot Orioket. WKDDfcRBtrllN V FENTON'S GREEK. Tho looul clul) sent % team to Foil tori a Orni'lc on Saturday, whoo an enjoyable Kamo waa played. The' visitors batted first, ? and made 163, Oriiii* (G5), Stafford (28), Henderson (15), Dodd (13 not nut) and Bjistowe (12) all batting well. Q Finch and W. Walker secured tho beat bowling »vi>rnK08. Feiiton's Oreelc made a poor HI mid, losing half thoir batsmen for 20 runs, and tho total wai ft little ovi'r "10 when the last batsman cams in. Tho host stand of the inoinga wai then made, bub « hen tho total wag 69, Lyons, who had mndo 22, was run out. Tim other batsman to reach double figures w.is O Finch, with -!.l. Hen* iliii son, Taylor and Fliijht secured the wickets. Scores : WKDDERbURN. T Morecroft, h Walker ,,, 1 W l»rintowe, o Walker,, h Step henson ... ... ... 12 B Taylor, I) Walker ... ... , i 11 Henderson, b Ooffin ... 15 .1 Ornia, li G Finch ... ... 68 II Suflorrt, U»T, h A Finch ... 28 O Flight, c Walker, h A Stephen son...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Aerial Battleships. GERMANY'S INTEREST IN ZEPPELIN'S IDEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 16 January 1914

Rerial Battleships. (JKllM ASV'S IVTF.KISST IN /.KT* l-KI.lVS IDF.AS. tru;ic wrcck- "f Hie Herman mivnl airship Zeppelin *4 ""''V.'* ten!ion to th* iviMitrkiiMojdciel^ mont ol IhlsJ^ftTrrtren years iiro, I'ntfile'ius rust successful flights in a riti.i' dirigible of his own «les"'Sn The 1.1 "lis a veritable monster «.' the a if. Her '>'"Klh w,,s three ami a half times tin? height of the Ni'Imci Mmuimi'nl. in Ti'nl'nlp-ii Square, ami her diameter ' ll"'; in spit.' of ln-r liu«0 siz'"' she . travel (asler ilia" »" express lraln 1'ropelled by three engines, earl, of ]7«h.p., the 1,1 couUI attain n speed ot fiftr-two miles nn-hour, rise to a height or oiie mile, nnd could nrtnal lv enrry a weight of seven tons over ami nl.ovc her engines ears, and fittings. J it nridtUou to a rrew of twoiu\ men, the 1.1 carried four machine guns, anil whs nlso fitted with a v.Unless telvisruphy installation cap able ot sending messages miles. Over £10,000 v.nf spent in tin" con st ruction of this air...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Church Cricket Association. COMBINED v ANGLICANS. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 16 January 1914

Church Cricket Association. COMBINED v ANGLICANS. Af or » metitli's interval, matches in this ii-oocidliori were resumed on Wed nesday. Cliurcli of England playing Coinl ini'il- The former went first to tin', wicke.ts, imd, bnliinj; two men short, were, out for 74 runs, Suther land, with 41 nut out, compiling mora tlmn half ib<; score. P Alexander took 7 wickets nr-a-cost-of 31 rune. Com bine! passed their opponents' score wi'h i*ix wickets in hand, due princi piilly to a forceful innings by Hender son, who retired with 51 'o his credit, including II fnurers. H Holmes ar.d Alexander were the oilier batsmen to reach double lis-ures. The last fire wickeis firll che.ifiiy. Orny secured the bowling honois wiih 0 fur 37. Snores: cnonon OF BNGLAND. D Sutherland, not out ... 41 A McGibbony, o Dwyer. b Alex ander ... ... ... 10 W Bristowe, c Morecroft b Alex ander ... ... ... 4 0 H Gray, b Alexander ... 6 J Crisp, b Alexander ... 0 Rev Dodd, b Alexander ... 2 0 Kobbie, b Alexande...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Discovery by Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 16 January 1914

Discovery by Accident. About the discovery of oil in l'u putv an interesting story wont1 tho rounds of tho Vvosa a year or two ago. A Hritish traveller noticed a tnsto of what lie thought was kerosene oil in his ten, and rebuked his nutivo hoy for enrelessness. The boy protested thnt lie had allowed ! no oil to gel near the kettle in | which the water was boiled, and, on investigating the source from which the water was obtained, his master found a film of crude oil dentin# oh the top, which gave the kerosene taste to the ion. On his return the traveller told the rircum stnnces, and in consequence the dis trict was explored, with the result that evidences of petroleum were found. Knrly last year a young foreigner Mr. Felix ("Jrcbin, was sent to Pa pua by n l.ondo/i syndicate, and he took with him a portable machine for the purpose of drilling f^r oil. He put down two and in th«' first of these petroleum "us found at a depth of \ second well gave siuns of pelr-d'-aiu at. a depth cons...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WOMEN'S HEAVY HATS A Man's versus a Woman's Headgear [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 16 January 1914

WOMEN'S HEAVY HATa A Man's versus a Woman's Headgeaf A man's Bilk hat hours n reputa tion. "It is so heavy ami hot,'' cry Its detractors, "and causes Its wear er's head to ache and his hair to come off by huiuirnls." Alas, how often uur Innocent bo llofs are contradicted liy the facts! As is proved by actually weighing both; (lie bulkiest. of nnisciillnc hats are lighter than many of the crea tions women put on their heads. It seems a tragic necessity that woman, the weaker, must carry, com paratively speaking, so considerable a burden whithersoever she wan ders, and when we add to tlib weight of her hat, the weight of her hair, combs, pins, etc., wo wonder she can walk along at nil. Now for tho evidence of llgures. The masculine silk hat, that target for universal opprobrium, such a one as the ordinary man-not inclined lo be extravagant-might wear, weighs about sdveu ounces. As made by the best firms and more expensive, Us weight is rather less, however. Tho popular bowler weighs t...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. A BAFFLED IMPOSTOR, OR, THE HEIR TO A DUKEDOM: A HUGE PERSONATION FRAUD. PART 8. CHAPTER XI. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 16 January 1914

ALt, RIGHTS RBSttRVMP. A BAFFLEDX ^IMPOSTOR on, THE HEin TO A DUKEDOM : HUGE PERSONATION FRAUD. . < By S. W. Hopkins, Author of Four Braes Plates," etc., etc PART 8. CHAPTER XI. Lord Chester, formerly known as Gerald Covering, and once an inmate for thirty days of the New York Peiiitontiury under the name of Henry Barnes, lounged in his luxuri ous rooms in the Albany, listlessly trying to pass a rainy afternoon without the bother of going °"t i" the storm. It was wenry work, for Lord Chester missed the companion ship that makes a rainy day often the most enjoyable it) a man who rends. Lord Chester knew nothing of books. Ho eared nothing' for them. Givo him-the real thins-life in all its rosy voluptuousness ; the club, tho drive, the paining table, or the sweet hour with some temporary charmcr. These were the elements . that made Lord .Chester's lite a merry one ; made it worth living, in fact. "Can't stand it much longer," he said to himself. "Wonder if Brainerd is at the...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
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Baby Heirs to Millions. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 16 January 1914

Baby Heirs to Millions. - i I Seldom 1ms a baby started life with such u prospect of future riches as (.ho ^Marquess of Bowmont, the little son of the Duke and .Ditch" ess «>f .Roxburgh©, His mother, who before her marriage u'ns Miss May Goelet, inherited with her.bro ther, Mr. Kobert (Joelet, an in come from a trust fund of pro perty worth no less than £8,000, 000. Jn addition to this the baby will, in the days to come, probably enjoy an income of £100,000 (o'r £2,000 a week), which his mother inherited from her father. There will also b« another income, which Mrs. Qgdvn (Joelet. left to her daughter, the Ouchess, while one must not forget the tiO.nOO acre® which will puss from the Duke to his son. There arc one or two other lucky hahw who, although not, pcrlmpc quite so well'"'off- as the little Mar quess of JJowmont, are not like ly to suffer any great want. On the last day of 1910 a son and heir was born to the Earl anil Countess 1'itzwilliam. The Earl owns 115,000 acres in E...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
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Father Adam Again. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 16 January 1914

Father Adam Again. "Well, old boy, you're' 'fitted oil!' In style, positively. Just off Tor your holidays?" "Aye. just off, my lad." "Wait a minute, Bob. Apropos of your-tour-do you know liow Adam was equipped for the journey of life?" "Can't say, Did:. Give it up." "Well, I'll tell yon. He was started In a bare skin, armed with a poll, de pendent for transport upon a couj-'e of calves which moved backwards, li ?; 'hard.cash' amounted to a crown only. Jor which he bad no pocket; and n. carrled a small stock of nails, assort- . ed sizes, for which he had no ham mer. He had a full chest, which he couldn't open; a-tongue, a heart, an ! a pri!r of soles, which lie couldn't eat: and a lot of bones, which lie couldn't pick.'' "P^or \fellow; his case was liaril. Dick; but 'twas e'en worse when In bad a flounder, and although he after wards Procured a Cain, 'twas a very poor walk'nr-stick. Good-bye; I'm oft like a sb"t."

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
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THE MECCA OF PRIZE BOXERS. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 16 January 1914

THE MECCA OF PRIZE BOXERS. Nevada, where the great boxing contest between Jeffries and-Johnson took place, is now the only civilised self-governing community where prize fighting is legal, and not merely tol erated. The statute which legalised it was passed by the State Legislature nearly forty years ago. on the'occasion or Jem Mace's first visit to Amerlcs. Then, as now. California- anil Neva.! i, the gold state and the silver st Vied with one another for the_.nr.fvi lege of being the scene.of a eba:ni>wt. boxing match, and then; as now, it was largely a matter or money. But money was scarce in thoi>. days, and stakes were small: Bin: Francisco could only muster a purse of £120. Virginia City. Nevada, sub scribed £100; and thither, as a r« sult, Jem went. At the last,moment some disap pointed Califoriiian "sports" tried l>; stop the match on the ground of its technical Illegality. Whereupon the Legislature hastily met together-in Its shirt sleeves in the bar of the princip...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
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KILLED THE WRONG MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 16 January 1914

KILLED THE WRONQ MAN. A gruesome murder occurred some years ago in Gallcia. The man who committed the crlmc was a small far mer, Adam 'Gavrido, wbo-had sold his year's honey to" a merchant, Solomon Barb. The-.two met-onu evening to settle the bargainrand when a satis factory arrangement had been arrived at they adjourned to a tavern. On leaving here it was raining-lieavily, so ; the merchant went home witli the far mer for the night. - > The merchant became somewhat frightened-, however,' when he found that Gavrido locked him into his bed'; room-the hay-loft. Fearlngifoul i-l iv the merchant escaped ? from - the' l-.nl and the house by another door. Meanwhile. Gavrido's son came into the house, and went to the room which the merchant had just left, where he Eettled down for the night. Barb, re- . turning shortly after with a gendarme, found Gavrido washing his hands, which were, covered with blood. On seeing them he turned pale, and shout ed to the merchant: "But I have cut your ...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 16 January 1914

COMMERCIAL. The Australian Mercantile, Land *nd 1'iimncB Company Limited roport under .' ? uf Decomber 18th :-Sheepskins A.uiage supplies were submitted at this wcoII'B auction, buyers being in full at t lUiioe. Tho market for all classes was linn nt tho rates ruling for tho last atic I mi s*'i>s held before tho holid«ys- I Hifli-p- G iod catalogues wero offered >.| m;ctio. f.'iin week. Tho market ivas very II in nrd kip* were generally better. ThIIoh - \'erv »m><i supplies w0'1', S1,b" uiitti'.l :<>? IVi-.liii'sihiv'a .'im-tionn. Buyers in fn'l 11..? u.i ,mi'. ii"I prices fully e-rr.-spoiul \vitli our fmIos held on 17th n«vn,lur.

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 16 January 1914

...WJci>UKi:WRK roA.OTI FACTOB ? HJGJJ'STPKJ T, wkddhrtoiw WILSON, Coach Builder. General Black Smith, Wheelwright AND UNDERTAKER Fnne"'" Tinrfnrincd in Town or Country on Shortest Notice. Ooltina on h&nd for nny Emergoncy, also Flrat-claa Hnaraea and 1 liimca. The trade supplied with Coffin. Fittlnpa . of nil quality. "arm Wapgonn.-Drnya, Spring Carta, 7aeponB, and Bii«;{ioa of ovory dosoria ;on mado on tho proml3os and alway stock. ordpra carcfully attended to with ' pruinptneaa and dcapatch, >MM''rJr^CTW..^. - Comnicrdf;! Hotel, 'HIGH STREET, WEDDEKBURN. Having taknn over N>.w and Oon Unions "Pre-ni»<M l»Hy occupied by Mr Bonkham, bngs to announce that the Hotel contiini all the latest improvements in wnrWnship, _ and ranks as cue of bli« but appoint.-1 :oa'ntry hoaso3 in Vtctoria. Tha Building 'nag been handsomely furnished throughout, al! the rco i)9 3eing large 'and well ventilatod, thus iffording UNSURPASSED ACCOMMODA TIOM FOH BOARDERS. The Commerc...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Express, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY FRIDAY, JAN. 16, 1914. News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 16 January 1914

Cbc (Stress, | VUBLlsltKD F.VK.RY KK1UAY FRIDAY, JAN. 16, 1914. News and Notes. A meeting of representative store keepers of Wedderlmrn wns held in tbe shire hall on Monday night, for the purpose of agreeing as to the holidays to be observed during tho year, and to discuss the question of closing daily during 'he dinner hour. Mr Wm Craig presided, and there were present also Messrs W B Smith, F .1 Petterd, J B S'IPPI and J n Cniig. It vrus de cided to c ose the Ehop= on and after 2nJ February from 12 15 j> m to 1 15 p m daily, with the exception of Wed nesdsy, when the shops will icmain open unlii 1 p m. The Easter ho idays to be observed will, by the decision of the meeting, include Saturday, a; well as Good Friday and Easter Monday, and during the football season, when matches are played on the local ground, shops will close from 3 30 p in until 5 30 p lu. Thu time for dosing on S*tU(day night was a!«o discussed, and ii was resolved to keep open »n extra half hour during the su...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 16 January 1914

BROUGHT TO 15AY Aie those enemies of civilisation, Indi «««. mi and DyspepaU, when T)r Slud Diu»'stivo Tabules are employed. 1h i\ \ :uu1 Os (>il per tin. < >' t.iin:»l»k' from K .1 IVlturd, und .V W McGibbuny. WucUlorburn. MYER'S Bendigo'D Busiest Drapers, Pall Mall and Williamson SB, BENDIGO. Our Representative, Mr E. K. WODBTSKI, will HE visiting your district regularly every month, nnd will carry with him a Full Range of ail the Latest :MD most UP-TO date Goods for Ladies' and Gents requirements. Pate of next visit: Thursday and Friday, December 11 and 12. Sample Rooms: HORECROFT's WEDDERBURN HOTEL. A. J. SIMPSON & Co. (A. J. Simpson, Geo Johnson, S. M. Davies), AUCTIONEERS, STOCK, STATION, and GENERAL COM MISSION AGENTS, St Around. Stock Sales at. St Arnnud Borough YARDS every Thursday. Tracks secured for Bendigo and Melbourne markets, and consigned free OF charge. Horses, Dairy Cattle, Pigs, Farm Produce, FARNIBURE, etc, at Bray's sale yards every Satu...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
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IT'S TOO SMALL [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 16 January 1914

jgo iMAuu ',Tlfer»-ttajr!" ?»>< th* blttocshad been to hsve Is oBJKgind he bad been l^they moved into tiiiWEtlow that the. gar » iNphs such a small one ;ht It was hardly worth Bonnie," aaid hit must just make the best haps later on you . will [ke tb.it.'. 'very difficult to be con test with the small garden of lite th* unimportaBt duties. We want to do big thing*, to All Important posi tion!; an3 when the yean roll on and Dnr garden never gets any larger, we let Impatient, an ! allow the work to Set on our nerves. And soon we be Bin to teal sorry tor ourselves, quite forgetting that it is only by making the best of our small garden that we can show ourselves capable of doing better work. .There is * great art in accepting tilings as they are, and making the best of them, to don't get discontented with your lot. Everyone at gome time or other gets tired of their work, but there Is BO need to moan over It and let every one know. Just make the beet ol tfelags; yon -»?ret ...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
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A Gate Fastener. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 16 January 1914

A Gate Fastener. I'astwi tu the top bar of the gate a piece of wood with a hole in one" end, through which pass n piece of rope and knot it. Now carry the rope over a cotton reel nailed to the top rail, as shown, and tic tu the end of it n largo, stone. When the jjnte is opcrvctl Lho piece of wood raises tbc stone, which in turn closrs the gate.

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
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FOR THE GIRL VISITOR. Some Useful Hints [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 16 January 1914

I FOR THI ami VISITOR. i/Some Uieful "TTTnti . T!ia girl who w altvayr^e/came at her n tends' bouses, .elttierjor i enJ or a few rfeeks.'is the srrfc witty f 1b cartful to stuay-ner boatoss in tfmair tblugs, wiio doe^4D9l..\!CftlUwwXo the whole dowrstic routine upsw 10 suit her c-c.'.veii.^Q^e. Imii l»-*«ctit fully arra./ieij i-ej plans -o a- . . m In with tixi'.u ind i'aujwtv ? . .** % « be obssrgL U.\ nu >. -.....- M a JUCSt ejlitulT^Uym;. V. N'evtr fjyj to pjiAicK1- », I u,i mutfcr lali-(Mjjg peu^juufyis, <no. ,. ' To be Ejjr ci'jar aT mWi ' Not toSftiif any plaits una engbKe nter.is w£>-iut first n'tisultiiiK >uur bosi.-s.-: tt4 e whetb.^r.-Uiey vMliiunse Inr an;. iS.'iivenleact' iu tier ttiiuui;e ments. W /£&?.'? Take era to qfLifiown to brrakfasc unless yi& bo^tej^ . wlaae> /ou to have it liEJour -room. . Don't vSte tit {rtfii^ and auk them to visit yHH uiui^waisb^ie ascertain ed liHj^q(9^rislS8,.wtn>^H wel' coi- J bygnft'r hSsteSp? 1 ...

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An Old-world Window-Seat [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 16 January 1914

An Old-world Window-Seat (-' Vain (ire 1 He sight! given by subur ban housewives when they #nz6 on the charm ami daintiness of a win dow seat. Hut that sigh need not bo given Ity anyone willing to go to a littlo-expense nnd trouble. That square or round bay window can be transformed, if your husband is clever with his tools, and you are nimble with your needle. An amateur could easily effect the illustration below. The seat con sists of a brond bench of deal wood, with firm wooden supports. When this is fixed, cut your licking or un bleached calico exactly to the size of the seat, and fill the cushion with a good horselinir stulVmg ; flock is cheaper, and quite good. If you want to bo extra smart you can pad the back of your seat, but small cushions nra comfortable, and glvo a pleasing effect. Now for the decorative part-nothing can beat, for effect, the old-world htai-k-figured crctonnc that was the delight of our grandmothers, and which i* ho fash ionable to-day. A Glimp»« o( Deli...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 16 January 1914

8UFFERED AGONY WITH HEAD AGHES. - 411 bjflHw p»cor/men& phambenl«Tfi's | Wlio auuers from liead acheB," says Mrs M K Berry, Marl borough Koad, Victorian -Valley,- lag mania. * I suflured agony with head aches and tried almost everything. £}o-> thing did ine any1' goodf U'llila friend 1 ecommended Chamberlain's Tablets and ;f RSy would not bo without a box of Chamber lain's Tablets in the houses; n"o jpqQ Sold by Leok and Craig, Merchantu, Wedderburn. CEO. T. SMITS, Wholeisii'i! j,mi l.v.uu FAIV53LY H IW Rod P.Mfii : TV;---- . UIGII STREET, w;.;dd;;ri:ci:\\ Families W«iti:d on for Orders. Sma'1 Goods iilwnys on hiinil. ? ' . t ? " . 3ausBgts a Speciality. PRICES MODERATE. S. 10 CK HART, AUCTION EER, Laud, Finance, and General Commission Agent, BEST STREET, SEA LAKE "PROPERTIES for Sulu in nil parts of Vicloiiu and New South Wales. Areas, Prices, and Terms to suit any Parchaser. Correspondence invited. Auctiou sales arranced. The "Wedderburn Engineering- Works, TN Thanking ...

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