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Hints to Housekeepers. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 10 December 1890

Hists to IloiSserecpers. SLmp burners that :hav become dim and sticky can be.renovated by boiling them in. strong sEda wavter, ueing'a'lin tomato can for this purpose; then scour. theo burners with eapolio and they will be as good as To clean ,nives,: cut a small potato, dip it in brickdust and rub them. Grease may bey removed from silk by ap. plying magnesia to the wrong side. : . A tablespoonful of ammonia in a gallon of warm water -will'often iretori 'colors in carpets ;itwill also remove whitewash from them. Aý'dami cloth 'dipped in salt will remove egg stains from silver, or tea stains from china dishes, If breakfasiet bcon dr ham is to be served for ibrenkfaet the fat that is drawn out in cooking should be used for frying its ac companying hominy or Indian mush. New iron should be gradually heated at first; it will not be so lil:kly to crack. Tho French method of administering cnstor oil to children is to pour the oil into a pan over a moderate fire, break an reg into it and s...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FURIOUS DRIVING. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 10 December 1890

FURIOUS DRIVING. At-the Brunswick Police Court on Wednesday, a well known resident named William Blyth came before the magistrates charged Wi'h being drunk in charge ofa horse and vehicle, furious driving and resisting. the police in the cxecutio;i of their duty. Mr. Daly appeared for the defence, and :wished the chiarges lessened. They all arose out of the ore case; de fenrdant got intoxicated, andt the other offences were then committed. He would ask the hench to simply deal with the first case, and suspend judg ment in the remainder for a fortnight or month. During that time if Blyth misbehaved then he would be quite willing to submit to the decision of the magistrates. Sergeant Brown objected to this course, however, and the. case was pro ceeded with. Constable Wilcox deposed that on Friday evening, zSth ult., he saw the defendant driving furitusly in a buggy attached to a fast horse, and attempted to stop it. Blyth was very drunk, and when witness with Senior-constable Jackson ...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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Importance of Personal Cleanliness. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 10 December 1890

liportmiace o0 I'cersoinl CleaIn liilcss. Very many people do not keep the skin ac tive and healthy as they ought; the tear of catching cold leads them to neglect to maintain perfect cleanliness of the body, and, as the functions of the ekin are im paired, the work oi throwing out waste material, which rightfully belongs to it, falls upon the internal organs, which will bcar the imposition for a time, and will labor to do the work forced upon them, but will Fooner or later become weakened by the strain. Tien the watoe of the evstem ac cumulates w:thin the body and assists in de preEEing ihe vital forcca. Thus by neglect to keep the ekin in a healthy state many a per .on brcomco dull and elnggish and digia. dined to mental or bodily tffort; all the orrcns concerned in life share in the die. turb.i:ce, and b:come indolent and torpid. Thi netd to maintain perfect cleanliness of tho body is, it possib!e, greater in winter than in Eunmmer-a fact which but few ap. prcciate; and to the neg...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTS AND PASTIMES. CRICKET MEMS. SPORTS DEPOT TROPHY. COBURG V. FOOTSCRAY. FOOTSCRAY WINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 10 December 1890

SPORTS AND PASTIMES. C 1 RICKET -MEMS. SPORTS' DEPOT TRO'PH/Y.+: . COIBURG. V. OOTSCR??Y. FOOTSCRAY WINS. These two.teams faced each other oni Satuidnay' last; at the Coliuis criclket interest being taken in this nimtch. Tlie Footscray,yh "ha-ario unb'aten reo?rd fortlie, above :trophy,. aro looked :Rutipbon as:i.dead bird,,." : George Piercee, as usiial, was at the head of the Cobnir hoy9, whilst Shepherd had control of the Footsacray. George Pierce, w lili won the toss, sent the visitors in to bat lir;t, Nicholson and Scott leading off to the bowling of Joe Robertson and Selway. The batting for a time was very slow and uninteresting, but Scott, after ai careful display, opened out nicely, and was on the eve of settling down when Roberts',n got one past him and clean bowled him after making 11. Tom Caulton, of the one-time Queens berry, followed, sending one to leg for three, which brought forth applause. Nichiolson was still there, as also was the bowler, for Robertson just then b...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ST. AMBROSE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 10 December 1890

ST. AMBROSE CONCERT. The town-hall, Brunswick was crowded on Tuesday evening, when a grand concert was giren by Ihe. schlolars of St. Amlnrose Roman Catholic dhy school. This cuterlainment is of annual occurrencle and had previously ttei. with such success that it was not at ull surprising to see such a large attendance as that which gathered oni Tuesday night. The chair was occupied by the Rer. Fatlher Lly, and the Scholars, all neatly dressed :ne prettily arranged onr the platfoirn presented a happy and healthy appearance. The prograninie throughout was a meritorious one, and 'ie training of the scholars spoke well for the ability of Miss Bailey as :i dramatic teacher and Miss IHele'y in her musical studies. " Why do you go therce"' was an: exclana tion overheanl between two Coburg tladies the other night. " Iecause I find that for quality and prictes 3Crory's grocerits are really the cheapest in the end I have tried other supposed cheap grocers., but I have conme to the cunclusio...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRUNSWICK COLLEGE V. ST. JAMES' GRAMMAR SCHOOL. BRUNSWICK COLLEGE WINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 10 December 1890

BRUNSWICK COLLEGE V. ST. JAMES' GRAMMAR SCHOOL. IBRUNSWICK COLLEGE WINS. This malch was played on Tuesday, 2nd )cecember, in the Royal'Park, and after a good game resulted in a win for the college by an Innings and 24 runs. The following are the full scores : 11t\S1IC. COnm T -t~.: 11'**r 1 s` o' Fistlm~ g "a ,;. -. 1I'rron, blo ii l ur. lucttuon, b 1'u\I~?lb~,?i ·:~:.i Itshluigli 1)b MctDou' I- :. : 1 , "'. Strge: , b Ford Dhmnloj C ci ( 1ap 1r1)oU· al l'u ll, c b Ltrct c, b M: otuI~ri dl , 3`,4 1 1'atema. b Nord .. ... 1t I r i oug,1 c ,, b 51 luu ll 0 i lot1i, i, 'tkil cuuull 0 c'itlu.rsltou, not untll 'iundries STr IASJ N '. C. Illl . MAL ..u~li ll~ "Fit . I llnnini .. {:-f: 5.1' MlcDougill bt'li'etan Nordis; b041111.). J a ,st. lidu at..C trneCss, C, 14 Stranlge.. * lissen. b Strrnge. ; l, Becnnett, 1b Jackson White, c, b St rainge Cornell, b Strnge1: ,leanes. run illu` 1isk)11, i St'tkrings - , .m Hill not oat til. Cowling 14 Stsu 7iksfe r rnsd acsn, 'ou Norise 14 .btAu'" Ilud...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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JACKSON'S CUP. PRINCES HILL v. COBURG POST OFFICE & RAILWAY UNITED. PRINCES HILL WINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 10 December 1890

JACKSON'S 'CUP. PIRINCES HILL v COBURG POST. OFFICE & ' RaIL WAY UNITE l). PRINCES HILL WINS. : This match was continued last ISatur day, and resulted' in a win for the Princes Hill b 3'rur i' The f l'owing are the scores : ' PRINCES HILL. First lnnaing. Hlcardon ... L iddi anwaring ... ... Irvine 'Tyler ... .. ,25" . Goodsir .. .. 1 TrI ill .3 Blainey .7. Goo man ... ... Smith .. : O'Leary ... S a ndries .. . .. Total POST-.OFFICI &. RIILB 'YUUNITED. Firt Iumn,-n,:': . : . ,2 Boucn ;1.: 0.? r :0 C Uomber :.): Unss U'" 1 ow es 'i" Hutchinson .U . Carroll .. McDonald · ?;..' S?undries . 1 PRINCES HILL. . S:. econd Inliigs. -' Tyler g 1" Condul r1 Blanm ?} ,.',> c 1. . -.? . 2 p -Smit.h . 3, ::4 , 0 O ITeery- - a SPOST' OFF ICE ?RAl ILW A',UNITE D. eassrrn -2'· " '" r 'e Dieacon c ,:1 D .-i . .l ';(,?"1?" ,:; .'p:.ýn :,! ;,x ."_,g4 8'?: :, Sun l ris 2`

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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NOVELIST My Lady's Revenge. CHAPTER X.—(CONTINUED) [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 10 December 1890

NOVELIST SMLady's Revenge. B3 E. GARRISON JONES. CHiAPTER X.-(Co~Tr UnD )) Lady Cassandra weas all sweetnes and gracionsness. She cobuld afford, in her proud estate, to be very lenient witlihwayward St. Aubyn, who was threatened with all sortsof misfortunes ;sbe could afford to let him see that she loved him-to confess that she had loved him all her life long, and should love him till she died. And she did confess all this,with drooping eyes and-blooming blushes, and St. Aubyn took her to his heart, and was as happy as he had been in that mad passion for Bess. And poor Bess, lying under the marble stone of- St. Imogen graveyard, was utterly forgotten. The wedding day was appointed for the 21st September, and now Lady Cassandra sits brooding over her coming happiness. St. Aubyn is back again in France, looking into the intricacies of his affairs, and my lady's wedding preparations are going on. Her bridal trousseau has come from Paris, and stands in a great camphor-wood chest in the ...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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Yer Lang Tongue and Yer Empty Head. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 10 December 1890

Ycr Lang Tosngue and Yer Empty Lord Kellie, once presiding at a convival party in Edinburgh, rrquested a gentleman present to do something to amuse the ccm pany., The gentleman begged to be excused. Lord K-llia insisted that he should either sing a sorg, crack a joke, or tell a story, whereupon the gentleman thus presmed be gan : " One day," said he, "a thief in the course of his rounds saw the door of a church open. He walked in, and laid his hands upon all he considered worthy of lifting; but on return ing to the door he found it, to his conetcrna lion, shut. As the only means of erscape left, he resolved to let himself down by the bell-rope. The bell, of course, rang, the people were alarmed, and the thief was taken just.as he reached the ground. When they were dragging him away he looked up and addressed the bell as I now address ycur Lordship : ' Had it not been," he said, ' for yer lang tongue and ycr empty head, I had made my escape." A nEADAcnE may often be considered a cham...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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MORELAND STATE SCHOOL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 10 December 1890

,":MORELAND STATE ( SCHOOL CONCERT. The, annual entertainment of the l Morciud st ite s .chool took ples in the I publici-hall,, 3e11istreetl on Thursday evening last and was: c aracteristically b successful:'t.he al? was, comfortably `illed and the tudicecw a thoroughly appreciaticon Ci Kelly, president h of-the slhire, occupied th'echair; groups 'of prettily attired children were seated a on':iithe platform ' and:lo the school: detach- n ment of icadets clIad.;pnthiene uniform e'occupie proumincn position in the hall :lMIrs; Walker presided at the piano,: and !her talented playing v gained tlhe highest cncoiniutus from all a present. The prog:rauimeopened with a glee by a the, Harmonic society,; " Let the hills hesound," which ws well rendered and Mr.'Endersbee was. iieted out fair a appilse for lhis rue?dition of ', In ihappy moments." The society followed with ahother glee " Lorelei," and in the absence of Miss M'ienzie,. who was detained through :an 'unlortunate a;:cident,- Mr....

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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ANNUAL INSPECTION OF BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 10 December 1890

ANNUAL INSPECTION 'OF; i BRUNSWICK. 0 wAfter. iaving beeen twice 1iistpoiied itito the incleinency of the i'eathcr, the annual inispectioln, of BrunswickA by the' couincillors of thic ttowi tbolok placeB iThursidayrlast amidst all the disagree rbleurrondiuba sof What was a thoruirghl sumtr in lay: iNine o'cloek. wkasxathe tithUiiappuintedl fir` n start to be madet front the town' hi? ll but when ? n that horii ,vho had !put in an alppearance. ,.Ero ninnf?o itiofiiti I Hil d"lap sead however, COrsC l'renowedtlhj)i oll, and King fol lo?.ed iniithe? t?a-w of our h parititni?e y, 'member, who thogh nat ai late sitting ofi t li onl is-- 'iii thl: lreviOiuseveiiii ig set his; woithiy colleagues a odI? einsuIple of pnictuiality. ':The oth'is grandiially hove in- tsight,, wit full sail ;set for the towni halll and soon the anichors were weighed--: lesit the clmni taken frinm the icbl lieels auid a start itimide:" Surti ~ Brnnswick caie inc f, r :the first sihare. ofatention, asid the party....

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Bridesmaids.—They all Want to Get Married. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 10 December 1890

Bridesmaids-Thsey all Want to Get MIarricd. Instead of being only so many graceful ornaments at the marriage ceremony, as nowadays, the bridesmaids in olden times had various duties assigned to them. One of their principal tasks was dressing the bride on her wedding morning. At a wed ding, too, where it was arranged that the bride should be followed by a numerous train of her lady friends, it was the first brides maid's duty to play the part of a drill mis tress, " sizing" them, so that "no pair in the procession were followed by a taller couple." She was also expected to see that each brides. maid was not only duly provided with a sprig of rosemary, or a floral posy pinned to the breast-folds of her dress, but had a sym bolical chaplet in her hand. In many parts of Germanyit is still custo mary for the bridesmaids to bring the myrtle wreath, which they had subscribed together to purchase on the nuptial eve, to the house of the bride, and to remove it from her head at the close of t...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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POPULAR SCIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 10 December 1890

POPULAR SCIENCE. LEl.LnAo physicists, electricians, and others in Great Britain interested in the history of English science, have established a Gilbert Club, to do justice to the: memory of the illustrious William Gilbert, a former renowned Preeident of the College of Phy Eicians, who`was in the possession of, and was actually, crrying .on, the true experi mental method of eeientific inquiry at a time when Bacon was only talking and writing about it. "There can be no doubt," says .n/utrre, " that the claims of William Gilbert, of Colchestir, have' been to a great extent overshadowed'iy' the fame of the renowned lord chancellor, and it is much to be re grotted that we have not had handed down to us more of the results of Gilbert's labors than are to be found in his celebrated work ' DaMagnetS,' published in the year 1000. Suhi as'it'ise this work may, however, be justly regarded as the earliest. Englieh sciehtifio classic, and its author ,iust: be re cognised as the first-trnly-phil...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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He Knew All. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 10 December 1890

lie Kl i ew All. He camehome with a serious face. She, who was all love and esmiles, saw that Eome 'thing-was-the tmatt-er.- He terned.his face away when she attempted to plant the warm kiss of greeting on his lips. Her soel sank within her. It was the first time he had re pulEed her. " George," she said eagerly, "tellme what it.is. Has your love grown colda Treat me frankly. It is better to know the truth than to be kept in suspense." !:Ie kept his head 'averted a minste, his lips trembled, then he said : Oh, heavens I Florence, how can you wear that mask of deceit when I know all "1' S"All what 1" ..( Spar? me iLt sad ,reeitla there are some things better ;eft unsaid." ' I will not spiare yru; I insist on kinowing what von mean.. Tell me, and -at once. Some perjaredvillain has abused your mind.' ' e " "',Alas, no . I was Ran eye.witness of it all. Do not add deceit to your other crimes;: L was there and saw it." " s 'aSw wbat :What have you seen ? Are you mad? , "Calm sonrself, ma...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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THE INNER MAN. Advice to Dyspeptics. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 10 December 1890

THE INNER MAN. Advice to IDyspepiics. All dyspeptics should avoid anything which they (not others) cannot di,'est. There are so many causes for and forms of dys pcpsia that it is irmpoesiblo to perecribo one and the same diet for all. Nothing is morn disagreeable or useless than to be cautions; against eating this or that, bacaure you: neighbor, " So-and-So " cannot eat Euch things. If we would all stuly the nature and digestion of fcod, and remember that air andczertiEe are as essential as food in pro moting good health, we could easily decide upon the diet beet suited to our individual needs. The diabetic should abstain from sugar and anything which is converted into sugar in digestion, such as all starchy foods, sweet omelets, custards, jellies, sweet sluces, starchy nuts, wine and liquors. The corpulent should abstain from fat as well as sugar and tarch;. A diet of :whole wheat, milke, egetables, fruits, and lean meat will produce onrila normal a'mnoont of fatness, while an exct...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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The Coburg Leader. "I am in the place where I am demanded of conscience to speak the truth, and therefore the truth I speak, impugn it whose list." DECEMBER 10TH, 1890. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 10 December 1890

ZlI-, C, n111Xtg TYa '" am in tile plae where I am deinmanded of concienlce to speak the trath, ani therc Dire the truth I speak, impugn it; wlioso list." DECEMBER oIOTH, 189o. - o: ,:- , NEWS, AND NOTES. 'Tu, prejicrideit, of tlhe shire was a few Iijintutes late it thle lmeeting of the Cobutrg couitcil on Ilonday evening, and of. cour.e., wit Ilis. usual courtesy, wus proftusc in his apologies to his colleiagies, sta;tig- ti;hat his Crops at tlie Werri'ilc hd licen iasnsiled by veritable inillions of caterpllars.. This is a new kind 'iTf i'l ilagiuc iid is said to be quite as had as the locust nuiaucc ..ce. A letter was received from tle, post.il department-: by: the : Coburg council throiugi D)r. 1'earson on Mondiiy eveiit ig, stating tlhat it -ihad been decided t, .dis coutinule th li iratict of delivering letters' oni tlie outskirts of the sl-ire. Tile letter miet wi linmutch objceotioi Cr 'Vineeit utated tlht for thle'last, i eGrs'iir the had hlad: tlie posti'dlivc?ed :i sid su...

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THE COUNCIL TABLE. COBURG.—MONDAY. Present: Crs. Kelly (President), Benson, Culley, Fischer, Jukes, M'Crory, Rolland, Vincent and Voice. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 10 December 1890

THE COUNCIL TABLE. COBURG.-MONDAY. Present Crci Kelly (President), i . Bensoni, Colley, Fischer -.;Jukes, a S 'Crorv, Rolland, Vincent- and c Voice: COIiRESPONDENCIE. Fnlr.n Miss Virtue, confirming agree mnnt wide oin her behalf between the Cdounil iand Mr. Parker, regarding the : alignmeiit of lLarding's-road. As the termus of agreementmentioined by 'Miss Virtue were not exactly as stipulated by the council, it was decided, on the motion of Cr. Fischer; that the :lady be so informed. f From the Public Health )epairtment, ,drawa"ig attention, to a recommendationw tiade by the board, that tie varibousi mnunicipalities should take steps, to establish' a hospital ,for the i;eparaot treatment of infectious diseases; and that a conference should be held. Cr.- Voice mentioned that sometiime . ago tile iinitiative was taken ' by lassendon itowards tl;e forimation of a hospital for the northern suburbs. Cr. Vincent moved that thel board be iiformed the council is willing to attelid a confer...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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THE CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 10 December 1890

. 'THE CRICKET.:: `: 3y the wa-, now, crickets are ,rassliop pers ! That is to say, they don't all hop among the grass,' but they belong to the family. That merry little fellow who calls out " Crink, crink," from the kitchen' fire-.. place; is a refined creature that loves the soe ciety of mankind, and the warmthi' of tho kitchen. He lives on the crumbs and scraps that fall from the table, but is not very careful on that point. I have knowsn him to be very destructive to books and their leather bindings, and even to make considerable impression ,upon old boots ! Many people like to have a cricket in the house, they think his cheery ' Crink, crink " sounds homely and pleasant. I think if it were a question of only having ono or two crickets in the house, most people i:ould like to have them ;.but;' unfortunately, if they like the'people of the house and. the food they eat, they will so increase in numbers as to become a positive nuisance. Did you ever watch a cricket closely? Sometim...

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Dr. Hoknagel's Strange Story. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 10 December 1890

Dr. Hoknagel's Strange Storly. = y Julian IIawLhorne. The doctor, with his immense, shaggy head, glowing yces, deep set, and small, t?bn body, was an extraordinary ol.ject at the best of times. But as ho sat there in his rich and gloomy study, with a hanging lamp throwing its light down on his shock of grizzled hair. and casting cavernous shadows from his bceteing brows, beneath which those eyes of his gave forth a red sparkle; and his big, irregular nose dividing his visage like a spur of a mountain between two valleys ; and the lips of his great grim mouth working and puckering as he sucked at his black pipe-as he sit there in his hinh-hacked oaken chair, beside a table piled up with race and ancient books, and strange ernamentI from China and India, and with a small but finely formed skull carefully mounted on an ebony stand, and to placed that it had the air of whispering in his ear-as he sat there, I say, he looked lees like an ordinary man than like a wizard of the Dark Ages, ...

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Onions Instead of Quinin[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 10 December 1890

Onions Instead of Quinine. One day I was taken with chills and head ache-signs that my old enemy, malaria, was on band. 'My quinine-box was empty, and I was looking forward to a restless, sleep. lessnight. In desparation I peeled n raw onion and elowly'ate itand then went to bed with warm feet and an extra comforter, when,preet, I I was asleep in five minutes, and awakened in the morning free from malaria and ready for the day's dutiese. Oar homely but strong friend will be an preciated in" time as a medicine, and if ngri culturists would turn their attention to railing a model with the strong recnt taken out that taints the breath Eo auplseasntly familica will be putting their pills in the ce.lar by the barrel, and the dre'ora would tl:e to onicn farming. The onion acts at a catbartic and diuretic, -and may Ilelp to break upa cold or lessen the bad symptoes. Soid a doctor: " I always store a' barrel of onions in my cellar during the autumn. We bare them cooked twice a week ,and who...

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