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Malvern Council. MONDAY, MARCH 17, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 21 March 1914

Mlalvern Council. MONDAY, MARCH 17, 1914. Present: Mayor Wilson, and Crs. Thompson, Weller, Thomson, Murray, Devy, Francis, Lewis, Wilks, Holmes ,nd C('arroll. CAULFIELD COUNCIL. The Railway Department wrote, in reply, stating that after giving the question of making the Caulfield Station available for light goods traffic due consideration, the Commis sioners could not see their way to agree to the proposal. Cr. Thompson said they should not let the matter drop, and moved that they write and ask the Commissioners what the difficulty was in the matter. :The motion was carried. PRABRAN AND MALVERN TRiAM WAY TRUST. The Prahran and Malvern Tramway Trust wrote stating that tenders for loan of £500,000 had been opened on March 2, and that tenders for £172,300 debentures had been received, the balance to be taken up by under writers. INFECTIOUS DISEASES HOS PITAL. The Infectious Diseases Hospital forwarded statement for the quarter and estimate for the quarter ending March 31. The amount o...

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Trinity College, Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 21 March 1914

Trinity Coliege, Melbourne. n all -ainir oiatustralia priests are t'o be ?oi';at:i;oi rk'a whtook their egre e::at- theineiebouriie University, wh'ii'e.livig-m and attendsig lectures at iTriniy College.: t is a handsome pile of bui iding- ion 6.the Sydney-road in spa -cioiUs: i O·6dsttand it-ist shortly to be enri cied by athandsiome chapel, which is beib.given iby Mi. 1orsiall, of ToraLT?? hie arde of t UTe Colege is Di eepe wlio has guided its for tunes now- fom'i iany years. He is diowl as -a classical scholar in many; ,parts of the iworld: and his edition of CJuveal- isfamoi u aiong the Maned Tetrait'o the college areioneof its 'greatest assets; and it is recognised-by ciiriuchmei that at present -noat edu atiion for a priestt-is ;eiuai.to thlt o Jaixiverslty College -succeeded-byi -'some specialisation "in l-The contact 'wit; bothier imen who are jinxsuiig difeient stiud ies ' are ofte'o oit'ofsympathy. withliman-who liadl a vocation'i ttli t' sacred millnistry, [is itseii alii...

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Cr. Holmes suggests a Lake for Malvern. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 21 March 1914

Cr. Holmes suggests a Lake for Malvern. Included in the correspondence at the IMalvern Council meeting on MIon day, a letter was received from MIr. \V. Woodmason, withdrawing his offer of June last to sell land at East Mal vern next to Eastern Recreation Re serve. Cr. Holmes said that Cr. Cornwall had advocated that they should have a lake at East Malvern, and he ap pealed to the council to treat this matter seriously. ,: Cr. Lewis: You will get a lot of fish there. Cr. Holmes: They could acquire the property at a very cheap rate. He thought he had done his part to draw attention to the matter. He moved that the matter be referred to the parks and gardens committee. Cr. Carroll referred to the land which the council had acquired dur ing the past 12 years. These included Central Park, Union-street reserve, Glenferrie-road reserve. They also had land for gardens in Malvern-road, land at Tooronga, Dandenong-road re-:: serve (jointly with Caulfield). They. . also had the Spring-road gar...

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William Wordsworth, Poet. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 21 March 1914

William Wordsworth, Poet. Fioim " I'le Parish Supplement." BY TIlE IEV. H. J. WILMOT BUXTON, M.A. \Villiaim Wordsworth was born and tured among tile romantic lakes: andl fronning fells of Cumberland and WIestmorland, and therefore ought to haver been a poet from his infancy. Hu\'oever much the scenery of his iiowte may lhLvf impressed him with ia love of Nature, he showed no early tigns of poetic genius; it could not be said of him as of a greater poet, that, "le lisped in numbers for the nuum bers came." Born in April, 1'i0i, at Cockerniouth, Cumberland, of well-to-do parents, his lather being law agent to the Earl ou Lonsdale, Wordsworth was a moody, passionate boy, as he himself tells us, and would even .attempt suicide in a fit of rage. He was nine rears old when he left home for Hawkshead, a flourishing school in \Laashire, where some of the tradi tionsof home life were maintained by IWrding out the boys at the cottages of village dames. It was at school that the poetic lire fi...

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St. Kilda Court. Tuesday, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 21 March 1914

St. Kilda Court. Tuesday, March 17. Before the Mayor (Cr. O'Donnell), and Messrs. Willis, Kidd, Levi, Smith wick, and Mahoney, J's.P. ON THE ESPLANADE. Wmin. Robb, a young man, was charged by Constable Capauno with behaving in an offensive manner on the Esplanade on the evening of March 14. The constable said defendant was pushing young ladies off the footpath. After receiving a caution from the Bench, defendant was fined 20/-. BATHING. Collin Ellis was charged by Con stable Peach with offensive behaviour. The constable said that defendant, after bathing, was clothing himself in the open. A fine of 10/- was imposed, with 6/- costs. MOTOR TRAFFIC. Thos. Vickers, driving a motor cycle ... wrong side of the road, on the Esplanade, was fined 10/-. Frederick Winch, similar charge, fined 20/-. WinWm. Ashmore, similar charge, fined 20/-. Richard Watts, similar charge, and injuring one Nellie Mott, was fined 40/-, with 13/6 costs. MAINTENANCE. Charlotte Burgess summoned her husband, Frederi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 21 March 1914

ST. KILDA ESPLANADE S EVERY EVENING 8 30 O'Clock. gjL H. N. Gregory's Musical Costume Comedy Co. I Daffodils The APACHES Dance ,[ By MISS FREDA CUTHBERT and MR. TOM PRESTON. Prices-is. 6d. (Saturdays, 2s.), is. and 6d Box plan at Allan's and Van Breda Floral Studio. Saturdays, from 4 p.m. Other nights from 7.30 p.m. at Theatre. 'Phone, Windsor, 3506. Managing Director ... J. SUTTON CROW. THROAT AFFECTIONS AND HOARSENESS.-AUl suffering from irritation of the throat and hoarseness will be agreeably surprised at the almost immediate relief afforded by the use of "Brown's Bronchial Troches." These famous "lozenges" are now sold by most respectable chemists in this country. People troubled with a "hacking cough," "slight cold," or bronchial affection, cannot try them too soon, as similar troubles, if allowed to progress, result in seriouls Pulmlonlary and Asthmatic :.llectioIns. See that tile signature of .olin I. Brown & Son is on ev( wrapper.--Prepared by Johil 1. n *. &amp...

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PRAHRAN COURT. MAINTENANCE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 21 March 1914

PRAiiR AN. GOURT. MAJ.NTENANCE CASE. Before Messrs. Mackinnon (chair man), Bangs, Curwen-Walker, H-utton, and Captain Russell, J's.P., at, the Prahran Court on Monday, Christina Wilson summoned her husband, Wil liam Wilson, sawmill hand a Toolangi; for the maintenance of their three children. Dr. McInerney appeaired :for the defence. Complainant stated that she and her I husband formerly livied at Fish Creek, Gippsland. She was: inarrieaiif -i1905. Her husband had no hlome for her to go to. She had 500 acres of land, but" it was mortgaged, and she received no return from it. In support-of her case complainant called Mr: Lindlsay,. and a tall, elderly man stepped into the i witness-box. - - "What is your name?" was aiked. Witness: Lindsay. I am dlaimant I to the Earldom of Lindsay. My name is Lord Lindsay. (Laughter.) This man (defendant) came to his wife's house, but would not come in. Dr. Mclnerney: Are you entitled to use the name of Lord Lindsay?-Yes. You live with complainant?-W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 21 March 1914

-7-f ! I / I * ast fialoern i SWithin Five Minutes Walk of the ELECTRIC TRAM TERMINUS at Darling Road : To Be Sold by Auction Locality Plan Saturday, March 21 RO AO : Son the Ground at three o'clockZ : Switn AMPLE SEATING ACCOMIODATION : E. J 1 l - . . --------------- ---~ \ ' ; c ^^ ^1-- --- -------------------------------- .Fv Minutes to Electric Roaod O Casti "Tram Terminus Waverley Road ..- : Cst 9. Y2 _ooC Estate 0il CkRNEC:GE r 81 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 70 s 50 50 50 500 , 5 . 5 20 70^ . J-- -RIGHY OF WAY T'n Feet wide S _'D r ' Am >I s so 5 53 0 0 50 s 5.8 SThe MODERN S|22 21 20 '19 1l8 17 16 1I5 14 12 E 3 Bungalow Villa Lo W 13 so 5 o 5o 5o 9 5o *so 6Q.8 165 of darrah and Rough Warida Avenue cast with tile roof, C1146 21 1O23.S6 50 50 50 5 0 50 0 50 165 sos fronting Waverley Road 65 (adjoining Lot 1) z .23 24 `25 26 27 28 29 30 31 3 2: 34 Ii u Will Be Sold S50 5 50 so so 50 o 163.11 with Land 70 x 170 I Terms, Cash in a month /_______________________________1~ ~Immediate possessio...

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Switzerland's First Woman Doctor. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 21 March 1914

Switzerland's -First : Woman. Doctor. :.:-! -Dr. OCroline Farner;, i~'i w -asi of EI ilish d?lescent, recentl\-?i liedd ii.:: lurich: at :the age o" seeiilto? o ut ears. She is: belie:c d to have' obeeni the. first "wonrian :Idtoc"to-r iin Switzer·land to take her u'iverstl3.. dlegreec inn miedicine .- At: firsii; she` . rmet- wvith rmuch: opposition* fromn(: her iieale colleagues and it was many :ecars before she got togetheer a practice', as liople seeiied to hal': '. no coifidnence in- ' o?-.:in n do ctor;i in spite of the i $ ?that-"she.?s fully deielid luy eaisiii~l nuctionl a1un. l.ieur ci :a?'eel, nid duriig the i(sn- tweiu t five -years -had -? large practie -a?ong w'oimeni "ai uhihlrei in 71iLch. She was well to-do i-o oinly charged nomifiea prices lfor conisultationq, and did mcih god ~` amoig the ioor. 'ow 10?I ' vears o age, Mrs Re becca: Cliark, of Wood Gireen, is he lievedu :o l-ie the oqlest subject- ofr - the King; and t.he Woold :'renii Coiin-i" cil liis decided to ...

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A Mile Long Bridge in Twelve Days. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 21 March 1914

A Mile Long Bridge in Twelve Days. + Some feats of extreordirary rapid construction have bIreii perforined, at tines, in the histor%; of Anieric.an railroading ; but eýc do not knoi1 of anything to :slirpass the T<': achieved -jointly l i. the Penn'syl -'ania and Lehigh Valley? railrodls in the rebuilding of o ver :a mile of tiwo-track railro'ad. bridge -iacross Newark Bay, w'iicli was bliiriitii tle iight of .June l1i.tli. The: bridge. 5,636: feet loIng, Inicitided .a- drawl 2it feet. long. I- ll .te:reconstruCtion each road built one track, the .Le high Valley bridge force starting from the west end 0of- the- bridgeq ;!!il the Pennsylvania gangs. work ing- from the opposite end. Thi' fire was yet in progress whenf- lie reconstruction, was decided upon ,anid and' the plans got ready." O deris were gis en for fourteen? iile trivers, thirteeni marine', derricks, twenty-one scowls, two tuigs,six cia tamarans, five air compressors, tlhrci Wanter-hoats, - two derrick cars,'; ...

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Bees for Candy Stores. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 21 March 1914

:Bees :fo r Candy :Stores. K: eelping bees in hhe heart;: of a gre t city seeiiis iiiisl t in b surdlits. :Yet it is Clicia: ilonrIc in New' XYork with greast uiccess. Acq cordiiig :to " Gas ILgii:?' t.ihere aieT sex erl nbee colonies, oi ilhe "i'oos iii high htIliliiings el 1 in the business iiarts of t;ih'e :cit;y :wvile up, k:toWn. -. icar the ai rks, i an riyridnts lhar'e kept bees ior' yers: Phter used to i itl?oiLi a- scoe : ri.:of .liives inf . the: roof of an oflice h?iiiilliiig. in Vesey st? e'et b:i t thei: " il deleiiizen?s-. maile liie :so ;interestin'g ~/to : the : girls in a lIrge iandy factor3 near by, that LiI-nlpirprietor:o: cbmI ,inedi toid the ": boird oii health ithi t.lie resilt th?iti 1 I i?? ics-'ser?-blanished - up- toiw. TIi?se bees li ved on a-id rin-iei holicy firini cocoludte cmri iii miiolassex, "tof?':?and giiidrop? s.." Coluiibi a: Uiniversity- the collc'e oi-the -cit. ol New ~cork-nc Ž.fi oiint ori??is hi-li school hives ire iiiiintaiiied for tlie i:i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 21 March 1914

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How a Lost Ikon was Discovered. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 21 March 1914

How a Lost Ikon was Discovered. The recent visit of the Russian fleet to Portland was nmarked by a. curious .incident, as the outcome of which Admiral Von Essen, the ltus sian coiiimiitiinder cairried back with hiim'. 'veierated iikoni (savired i pic ture) of St.. Alexa.nder Ncvi .sky,; the patron. saint -of. StI.. I'eterslir"g, which -liiil been iAu ?:l-iglinl nearly sixty years.-:: .. , . "' . :I'his ikon beloriged .to the chapel of tihe garrison of :]eriniiaiinsdll, stori merl by the unmited Ei nlish iad French .forces on- A uiist: 28, 185i. Itell- into -English hIands,` 'changed owners-. seeiral .times, aiid fiially found its: way iinto the ::lpossession, at - Southampton, ; of -Mr.: Aldin, who icig;i-ratel .to -I:nglaiid,l- after the sid len closire i o tlie :first Rus-. sinal' P'iiiiantieit of ( llii'ili :he w 'as a ineiiiber. Ad?iiral'' Von 'Essn 'w-,as rather astonisthed on receiving it P ortland a letter firon.- Mr. -'Aladii :informn ing: hiii that he wished tod plesent iko...

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A Night Attack. TELLING WHAT HAPPENED WHEN THE DESTROYER FOUND ITS PREY. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 21 March 1914

A Night Attack. TELL.NG- W ATl HA.. "ENED lITH TlIE 1 I -C ' I. 4R l"OOhD ITS rPlEIY. She flotilla of destroyers~ is far :ut in thenarin nel s?'tw:i?n:-ig for t- i, et of battle-,hi .?- itndls len or--ti bre to1 attalckil -bitR isT bic hrtl nlight ic dark, witlh not moon- hend sl :the little ships hihn Itis - ihhIiid :-_'?: Hr.·is::?edlg~ed: up" i,?'.·one ci~jr- their sa tiit i rgith e th ilslit est Sid:.\sgale w.i-isnd then h-colt .nsia rattle on board st n aole i trdy:t tlaemaod:f light : :,~d,.xri, frrb-the sk:6jper ~standls-.? :-_<,b-lieui; cnn'?t,"~ ~idld in oilskius " and. :i~loots.le an. bioe he nd n the i ntlnets crafide hicare sloly swee:orkig in groilips of thirez;, st-it iol-keepling is a iiatter of some dili-hi-tt Oie hopes'- :ucketing r-ptilge of oiie of them st-i hids the li,. - tcii ieit inii roni endce His. wd .hosteiled outtleshii : Atr the tiny wheei isited :-coxsnis scien, pei. iiig out through the darknes. ildt tie, the dark. shape of the'next adft ahe...

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Men Cannot Hope to Emulate the Birds. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 21 March 1914

lMen Cannot Hope to Emulate the Birds. ---+5--- A remarkable exhibition that will "rake a strong appeal to all in terested in flying has been prepared by Lhe authorities of the Natural History Miiseuil in London. It con sists of numerous specimens and I todell that enable ohe. to study ih structural peculiarities that enaitble birds and insects to fly. T'l-i?le?ital. difflrence ietween the ili inug of birds aniiil0 of hulmllan inven -iuiinsu is thut {the birdls use only one mlio emeit oro :-the w ings both to Ikeep tiheluuselves u sulilported in the iiil i?"il to di'e . theniselves along. I1 iliiiii i ii' s ,ts fouis a'viatioi, on the; con in t;r ha;e .to employ two conltrivances :.onie :td :siustaini their 1eioht?csi" as the ilii tes of the aeCt.olniie a? i.:the: gasiraig of. a balloon--and othoier to miove thnerr thrboingli -the :.air-tii ilgeine a.;nd iropelleeri .... i? soiliem i ly atte?liits :at fllying. birds' iii .s-.were .isd is. a :iiodel;-: blut thire is little pr Ioz uet...

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Dark Wives are Best. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 21 March 1914

Dark Wives are Best. -+------ The brunhette is coming into her owrn. Science says so. ?F:orget the mental picture of the bllue-vyed, golden-haired, dreimiy., peaches-and-crean.. coilplexion mai dein that - everyorine at" somie -time bet eean childhood and ol0,1 age has decided would be the ideal w ife. W.:hv -. shie has all- ioiris 01 -iliraw back~s! .bist listen to i??t fidnoils phhvsiciaiin is saving liii ti:t 'he ilush ing blondle - In ithie first?: p1 ice--he(r ui?gs are liable co be n eck. Bllondes ire fr niol e I rone to tilirctildosis tii * ei ar tiin t Sthiers e h lnetites Dil~i t aoisten -I et'esis~t d soa anal lii'e ionii'cst;.le .: : " - hav. . n- i t he b llonde nii l ?morl isit?,o Ii ise- ins of the' fohloui ing :`iciletits generil debilinlsy anneinin a ia nd-se oc fiilla. lI uinkl of that ! •Tihe lilonde, : scieice - ,iiit is ahpt to e geitleir, prettiei Ietter toii ijicicl. inoie lovable than: is.s the diirluk. Siniideii. I htus iloesf shie lure ni i's heni' t'- to he...

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"Tell It to the Marines." [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 21 March 1914

T"ell It to the Marines." -4--- "Whx't is a popular phrase ?" somxeoxne once asked. "Something we all repeat like parrots, without kLo0' inig its real origin or mean (ing," Was the reply of tlie cynic ; and .to .a certain . exteit he was I right. How? many of us, for in-: stance can ,.tell how those common lhrases tuift-huntle-?.:'r - nd ::'fools' ipaiadise" arose ?. We have an idea that tlhe former refers to the person who seeks tlie socielt.y aid- apes -tlie inilners of the ''Uppler.. T'en ;"' lit why "tuft ?T" ::And w?hy "'paradise'" oi- iefo tfol vwho slihuts his. eyes to threatening, troubles- and -:langers;, satisfied :vwiththe enjo~yiment of the momnent- ? : -: .As .a mat'ter uof faict, the latter phrlase origi?nated in the theologi -'l nrguimeni.t t :hathe re is a place for fools :just ::outsIlde paradise, while the term ''tuft-huinters " took -i't liise it :tihe l;nicresities of Ox ford. and Cainmbrlidge; xhere at one tixme the young :.oilemen wore a peculiarly-fornied cap-...

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£400,000 Cheque for a Bride. A LITTLE SURPRISE. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 21 March 1914

5~.400,000 Cheque for a, Bride. - A LITTLE SURPRTSE., A eddling gift a:mouting to fourteen million.dollars (£2,800,000,)' is said to have, been given-, bt??yM. HIleni l Uia" - Frick, the steel meig nate, uhose son, Mr. Childs Fiick, was --married at I'hilidelphia riecent ly to. Miss rl.'anes Shhrien~aler Dizonl .. .. .. . . -Befoi.?e the ceriii. oni Mr. Friclk settled on his son, the smn:- .of -'2,401 000- and it wa; reported thant lhe iitendedl giving t!ei .hide also a ctsh present of £,0 00.'1 -"- iO - When the curious wedlding guests pp.lrohed Mrs. )ixii. .i...thei of the bride, with a IrelistR tor in-. folriu tion, ,thiit Indy replied that if sulch a lrincely : gifl -nwas'to be inide she l~cnew nothiing .about it f\iter. the ud : dini;ig which "was in old St. Petei's hCuli ch the giuests iwiho were. assembledl in the -Dixon manaision observed All ri;' :r nk Frick senior sith intenis. interest as he: Approached lhis daiighieriin-law anil haIniie(l her-a ?)phliin enielope. - ?I?e ...

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THE POWER OF THE EYE. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 21 March 1914

:THE POWER OF THE EYE. Howi -fr 'off' can you -recoginise your friends-? Ifi ydouir' :hiv.e goodl eyesight,; you should' Ihe iable to :distingtuish -ionie - one, h:-ose figure and manner ,o walking'' you .know intimatel.0? it anything !u p -to efiv: .hundrd feeti. The: less thoroughly; accjiln itcd onu are. with the-person, the short'er i lthe distanlc at which :you will ieiog nise liim. A trained rifleman can disti'i shl: the different parts of ?hiso avoide sary'u body at about three hliun dred feet, and will notice- au:n;i ?-: ment of the limbs af' twice `thit? distanlce. At six hundreid yardi-s n-i moving individual, to the naked 'eye:: is merely ablur on: the landscape.: Dwellers in towns. of course, have lost mulch of this power .of distant vision. while those who live out in open counllltry or. by the sea may be able to exceed- most of- the above figures. 1:370

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 21 March 1914

Birthday & Wedding Presents You have the Widest Selection at PHILLIPS JEWELLERY CORNER Do net Do not fail fail to Call and See Call and See our our New New Shop. AM Shop. CHAPEL and GREEN STREETS, WINDSOR. Call and see our Show of Jew'llery an1 Electro Plate an .compare Prices with any other House in Melbourne. HINDRANCES TO HEALTH such as dyspepsia, biliousness, loss of appetite, torpid liver, consti pation, sick-headache, and other evidences of a derangement of the organs of digestion and secretion, may be easily and successfully REMOVED by means of the far famed family medicine Beeeham's Pills. For three generations this medicine has been helping people to get rid of all sorts of digestive and allied disor ders and, to-day, it is acknowledged to be the first of all the remnedicv of its kind. What it has done for others it may reasonably be expect ed to do for you. That recurrent touch of indigestion, liver or kidney trouble which is preventing you from enjoying uniform go...

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