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CLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME. CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 February 1903

CLOSE SEASONS FOE GAME, CAUTION. The suhjolned T''bl, showing the Closo iSeasons for Game, is published for general info'rmtio. All previous Tables are hereohy cancelled. Pill? WIIOL Y] lAIR. All Australian Ir'ins, with the exception of snakes, itt Natllnal I',rk nealr Wllson's Promnlltory, all birds, except sparrows and aminahsl, unt ndiglenoous to Australia, and - "i l r pr ,, ohtl itr-ege )rla?? - 4t- uelope, lbee cntrs, Ibustard or wild turkey, Califor • ulna quail, deer, ensue, ephtllianlras, fan tails, fly.catchero, u reat kingllshur or laugh. lug jackass, grouse, Ibis, largo grey khugoroos (Inaeropua gigtnteus), great red kangaroos (iumcropns rnfls), lyre-birds, malgpio, agpello lark, native hears, owis, partrildgcs, Ilpealsant, platypus, plodargts or Utopokees, oallln, seals, southero sLoln plover or eurlew, swallows, warblers, white swans, wrens. 4ith day of June to the 20th day of Decom. bhr in each year. Blank swan, wild geese of all kinds, letday of August in elach year ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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FISHERIES ACT 1890. CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 February 1903

FISHERIES ACT 1890. CAUTION. The following Extracts from the Fisheries Act 1890, ond Proclamations thereulder, amending to date, are published for general Information. Section 15.-Any person fiashing with a lit or fixed engine in any river, creek, or "itreani. or within sanuh distance from the nfimnt thorf'ti nia be proclaimed by ii.0thrý i n1i Codneol, shall he liable to M' pe, • p '.-noun ?in tnau-.--aer--move Sthbaon'£20. " Section I 6.-All nets containing fish shall he emptied in the water. Any person draw. log on to dry land any net containing fish shall be liable to a penalty of not less than £2 nor lmore than £20. Seclion 21).-Anyv ereon knowingly tak inc or assisting or attempting to take any fllh 'lot Intdisnnous to Victoria, or any of ouch species, within three years after their introduction, or any further time proclhimed, or ihanl: inadrertently taken such fl1h and -lhall not fortilhwith return the some to tile -water in whlich they were captured, shall be liable to 'apo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 February 1903

Medical Notice. lR, GORDON PHILLIPS, L.I:.o.P., Lond., M.R.O.S., Eng., L.S.A.,Lond Of Burgundy-St., Heidelberg May be Consulted Every Wednesday, AT E].'ihmlt, 1.30 to 2 p.m. :I.huroo Ground (if Instructed at Hei delberg before II a.m.) Every Friday 0 r.?.'" borougb'1.30 to 2 p.m. ,;..ii;uud Creek 2.30 to 3 p.m, .: • S1:`')R. ROLLASON, :i':: Of Heidelberg, V !SITS ELrnIIa, Tuesdays, 12 noon. GGit?sNsuo.ouu t, 'Tuesdays,2.30 p.m th:xot.D Caux?, Fridays, 3 pm.m DR, J, T, CHAPMAN YARRA GLEN L ISITS KANGAROO GROUND Every Monday, I to a p.m. QUEENSTOWN Alternate Thursdays, 1 to 3 p,m. 0. F..GMELIN, MIlD. (1AN be consulted EVERY DAY at .J LILYDALE in his new residence Ittween Wilson's and Mr. Burton's Coach building Factory. I)R1. A E. SYME, NR.t:.O.S., Eng.; L.R.O.P.,L.M., &o., Ed., Glasgow, N JAY be consulted dailyat his residence MAIN-STREET LILYDALE. Also Visits YA'RRA GLEN, Tuesdays, Rooms opposite the Hall. WANDIN YALLOAK every Thuarday, 10-11 a.m. Yaccination Day : Friday, 1...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 February 1903

A SLUGGISH LIVER Makes Days Unhappy And Nights Miserable. The Case of Mr. S. FORTINGTON (By a Local Reporter.) form my tuty bt the public,' spid r. Samuel ortingto, of No. 485 dtath downstreet, Carlton; to our reporter, "I will try to help them by answering your questions." "I believe you have often spoken about a remarkable escapo you had some years ago. Do you mind tolling me all about it?" With characteristio kindliness Mr. Fortington answored: "You shall hear everything that happened to me. To begin with, it is as well that you should know something about the hours I have to work, for I consider this a matter of great importance. I work a number of hours on one shift at night, and then I have to do a similar period during the day time, so that, you see my meals are taken very irregularly. I stood it asit right till a few years back, when my digetirve organs onmmenced to play up with me. A feeling of oppression in the chest appeared directly after eating, combined with an overlv ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 February 1903

J1 T, MACKEY, JUNRI, Cordial and Bitter Manufacturer, Royal Place (oft Swan-street), RICHMOND. t4 years manufacniling for Telle and Mackey. Lilydale Cash Produce Store. S. H. W. Pither (Late of Alfilberne M'arkeats). TheI only legitimate Praduce Merchants in the District. L ARGEo spplies always ao hand of the following t- D t Bone Duet Superphosphate(Camamlng Smith &Oo.) , Oats, feed whole and crushed a Tarlsrlan; Algerian, Danitsh, ttout Victoria'' Seed Torkshire Hero Peas and Strata. stea, less thaa hlbeoarsne prlcee -r . ' ChaffL Bay, Bian;, Pollard, Straw -": _ - ice A?eal; Rye, Tace., Rook Salt ?- . . eed Maize, Garden Seeds. :' ' v:r:;:ýrything in the 'iINK UNLY kept in stock. AGENT, for h' celebrated " alvetls. 4 osll will osneinee everybody. S. H. W. PITHER, Pomeroy & Tarrant's (Undee Royal Letters Patent) Tree EXTRACTORS, FOREST DEVILS, Are still to the fore. Cannot he beaten? Orders by post receive prompt attention. • Agricultural Implementa, &no. B...

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KINGLAKE V. KANGAROO GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 February 1903

KIN;LAKE V. KANGAROO GROUND. This match, commenced the previrius Saturday, was ceatinued last Saturday on the ground of the latter and remains ulefieished. From the scores, which we publish below, it will he seen that the visiting teanu treated the Kangarcoites to a lot of leather hunting. On the first dy's play Kinglake, in their first innings made 169 rune, of which Win. Murphy and W. Hubbard, the first two men to bat, contributed 63 and 38 respectively, the first wickek falling for 75 ruis. Wm. Murphy carried his bat' right through the innings, and played good cricket although hee gave several chances. At the completion of the first day's play the home team had lost 4'Iickets for 48 runa. On resuming play last Saturday the innings was quickly finished for a total of 72 runs. .,P. Kennedy was absence through ill nesse In their second innings, King slke lhad compiled 168 rmno for the loss of 6 wickets at tile tinme of drawing stumps of which 0. Olemente contri. huted 112. He played...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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The HOPEFUL STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 February 1903

. The HOPEFUL STAKEAL.' Fortwo-year-olds. Fivu furlirigs. Le Portel ... .. Gaie Chick .... . 2 Pin or Praleen .. ... 3 The ST., Laoa STAKES. Gret Scot ... ... 1 Abundance ....., ... 2 :irwsll, Riienzi, or Akhanie ... .3 The NEWMARKET HANDICAP, Six fur!oig., the great sprint race of th year, promises on this occaion to be of a most exciting character The decisir' way iu which Dulcimer beat the New nmaiket caitlidatos in the Okligi . Pjlat hasigreatly enhamced kis chanceB in lpublic opinionl biut it' i "quetisn-i:" able whether soina of thoa, he beat will not show nmrked improvemett up thi Flenmington straight on thte 2.h inst. I -still fancy Bonanie Chitl, Kiliti, Fishery, Tip Top, Bluntnrer, Draw bridge, Blaharani, Purser, Dulcimer, and Boaz, and I place Drawbridge ... ... 1 Killua ... . ... . ... 2 Tip Top, Dulcimer, or Doaz... 3 The SlRas' PRODUCE STAKES. Sit furlongs. Cherson ... .'. * ... 1 Sweet Nell ... * ..' 2 F.J.A. or Zeus ... ... 3 : Thte EssBxDox; Sr-tKs," Otte mile mild ...

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(Copyright.) The BLACKMAILERS. A Stirring Romance of England and Australia. SUMMARY of Opening CHAPTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 February 1903

T e Copyright.) BLA eKMAILERS. 1 ttirring "1Romance of Englanb ant luetralia. By W. Murray Graydon, Author of "The Thirlstones of London," "Reaping the Whirlwind," &c. SUJMMAAItY of rpening CHAPTERS. ''Malcolm irazer, a squatter, is :-lstading at the door of his home ::stead, in the wilds of Western Aust rallia, hen his overseer, Jim Connop returins fromt the nearest settlement with letters and papers. While they are talking together, a'stranger, hat less and bootless, with mere rags about his emaciated framc, staggers up to them, and appeals for help. SHe is Charles Travers, who has ac conipanied Sir Jolhn Vallenger. on ain exploring expedition. The party has been given up for lost. Sir John dies in I'razer's house, after making a will in the presence of a local J.P. ?letving an annuity to his nephew, " Osbert Chnalloner, and the rest of his .wealth to his adopted son, Laurence : Douglas Vallenger, whom hle had pre viously disowned in favor of Chal tloner. Challoner, ignora...

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HEIDELBERG COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, 11TH FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 February 1903

HEIDELBERG. COUNCIL.:, WEDNEsDAY, 1lTH FEBRUARY. Present-Or Waddell (in the chair in the al;sonce of the Preside'nt) and Ors Lugton, Rocke, Lallham, Ford, Davey, lRolsop; Ryan, ,Wpadson, and Starling. conRREPoNDENCE. From Lady Sargood, the Hon. Thos. Bent, and Mr A. J. Wood, thanking council for letters of sympathy. From J. Morley, park gardener, requesting that extra taps.be erected in the parks for irrigation purposes. Referred to the Engineer. From the Lands Departtiterit, inti. mating that there was no ebjection to the sale of Government allotmint8 in the Heidelberg township, hut that they would require to re define same.-Re solved to reply askiag that allotmeate, when offered for sale, lie not less than a quarter of an acre-in area. From the Ivanhoe and Alphington Progress Society, requesting (1) That star thistle and other noxious weeds he eradicated within the shire; (2) And that trees he planted along the Heidel. berg road where the. old -ones have ilied out.-With rgard to t...

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DISEASED FRUIT. MUST NOT BE SOLD. FRUITERERS IN COURT. NUMBER OF THEM FINED. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 February 1903

DISEASED FRUIT. MUST NOT BE SOLD. FRUITIRRIIRS IN COURT. NUMBER OF TIIHEt FINED. S everal cases of the utmost interest to fruiterers and to the general public were 'heard by Messrs. Blashki: and Verge, J's.P., in the District Court to-day (says last Friday's lherald), when a number of orchardists .and frhtit'salaospen were charged with eolling 'or_ exposing for sale fruit infessed, with the codlin tmoth. George Miller, ose., market gardener, of South Brighton, wee charged with that " lie did caase to be exposed for sale diseased vegetables, to wit apples, contrary to the provisions of the Act." Mr Westley (Westley and Dale), who prosecuted on behalf of the Agricultural Department, said, the capes were brought-.under section 3, sub.seetioe 2, of the Vegetation -Di sesaes Act, 1896. That Act sets forth that any person " who sells or attempts to sell, or exposes for sale, or allows or causes to Ie sold or exposed for shle,' any diseased tree,- plant, ; or Sgetiti'," shall he liaseltia ...

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ANSWERED IN HIS OWN LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 February 1903

ANSWERED IN HIS OWN LANGUACE. It happened in this wiae. AMr. I--. aI well-to-do farmer, residing a few mil*s from his friend Mr. J-, a coal murchant of the town of i'-, in the North of England, usenad to purchase his yearly atook of coal from tie latter; and, send ing in his carts at the usual limn for Lihe usual quantity, wrote on a shoot of paps r the following simple inscription: -which was duly codlnveyd by the wag. poier to themerohalLt.who, catching tihe idea of his correspondent, and fulfilling the order, capped the laconic epistle (fulling into hlla friend's humour), as follows: Perusing tlihes letters by the aid of an Interpreter the reader will find the that " seo my coal on," and the reply '' Coal on," written in a style that beats everything in ltenoraiplhy.

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THE WHITE REBOZO. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 February 1903

THE WHITE REBOZO. " She is white, yes." Nunez spoke English with ease and a charming accent, and he never lost the opportu nity of doing so. lie was practising now on Lingard, as they stood together at the water's edge. Lingard continued to look. after the woman who had just gone hy, them, to ward the village. She wore the blue. rebezo of the Lndian weomn, but under neath it you could see that she wiis fair fair and of a less clasle?i.boild thani the women of the laud.: , "' She in whlite yea. It i beaniso that she Is ai Amnerican like youirelf.". si h Aiieician W mild LIriard ," in tlot 'drtss r" lie ddubtied I;ut thli Maeican inodded Ihis head. ':An American, yes., I do not lknor lier nime. ' They call hlier La Gringa,' oinly. She is your country woman, and site lives in the village there. ,She loved i man:of.the people, oan Indio, many years ago--and it is like this now: She lives In a-small house witll two chambers. adalsh is very poor. She has onedaughterwhois a little mad. It ...

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THE COCKNEY JOHN CHINAMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 February 1903

THE COCKNEY JOHN CHINAMAN-' It is probably twelve .vyears or so ,iwtre the Celestials first etltled at Iimehouso Causeway, whtre to-iday they reign tli preme. 'Lthey have sRolm seven or eight shops tiere, and thise ,ire on the whole fairly cleteln,eveni- to our "eyes, which t ilew tllinus so dlllerettly from thoI e of tlhi (:hinese. T.Ith windows are a t out vi ry roughly with a culioes assortment. of articles for stlt, wvhich adtt itt the average gentlteanu front the East, such as tonacco, cigars, and soup. - Thu amlnont of tthe httltt wtich i5 'blil hern is simply astonishing. You may see. tihe sailors from ahips whichl have come iit the docks hard-by from thle OChinese Em pire go into thlese little shlop, and issue , fottil with great lalrs of soap under their arms, such ias lead you to thiink that tlheir purpose is to scrub thoroughly clean evpry vessel at present docked within a tulle of the place! Toaeco has an enormous sale, too, in Limehouse Causeway, for the Chinamen are in...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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NEGRO PHILOSOPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 February 1903

NEGRO PHILOSOPHY. -I YoII hilly niotlhl It on diu Ilnllum its n In I uh1o risky plan InAIi hg. (1n 1WII) 1.)it ,1'1111 often 1'H II111' 11 1110 1 A (JI(Y~l lullllr Hnlll(l- onii n t Wnnly' Sdullnr burn I (11111,)

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GLOWWORMS FOR LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 February 1903

GCLOWWORMS FOR LIGHT. hero isl a curious discovery in re gard ,to. glowworms which' has been made. by ta Frenchman. He caught several of them and fed them for a few ddy;:- afier which he lot them looso,!i il ls garden When night came hoe Invited some of.-his friends, and vastly surprised they, were when they saw his garden illuminated in various colours. They could not account for it until he caught a few glowworins and showed them that from one came a red light frotlt another a blue light, from a third a yellow light, and so on. How he produced such awonder ful result no one knows, for while lie admits that the various lighls were the direct result of the food which he suippliud to the worlms, he will not tell what he gave them to eat. lie considers his discovery of great ilmpor'talce, and claims that it, Lca be used to madvantlugo in optical tole grllphly inld for lislhllg at Ilight. The electric bathl is onle of the nowest thinlgs, although it isn't it bath at all. A thick robe i...

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SEA SICKNESS AND VISION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 February 1903

SEA SICKNESS, AND VISION. Ihe ithtory thiUe sicskneiss is tli .a dolte a~the tiradi, fiill urgsely of viluail?uoigin scents to :iid conllj.au Lion II;tlib :"uhie lieliciiC -?f Slgntir' MayorI dci luniches, the Italian Ani bassadol to Americua, who discovered recently, whiilao t seal.that ii ho'look ed at: a intuirbor stadity while? dres slig, ho wnia greatly relieved. Uoimiuntini g on lthis"hii the "AMbd ical iecid, J)r, E : cul'l11 oI 1 InhimgLun, thinks that it demnioi stratces that the llithogeonesis of sea uigo, I. , the u tloimn Is the result of theu acL of orientltion.;,:: it Is theo samOle pheollmneino, ho says u5 1s oliloi ed 1h` a pimsonm who 'looku fr 1i thi tol p of i t:owel oil the usorromdniigtb tmu r Lio oyu aidJusts itself to all the difftrenlt horizons thit cain b) seeni a fromil thu top--lth toiwer ilig the ceintiro of the sky a bo le and the earth .below. W'ho eye of the observer changes every. few seconds to a differemnthor izoll, a-ld.d a has ink consequence, the...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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CRICKET. THE CAMERON TROPHY. KANGAROD GROUND V. CALEDONIA. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 February 1903

CRIICKET. TIB CAM RIION TIIOPIIY. KANGAR OO GROUND V. OALUDONIA. This match wae played at Quronatewn last SHturday, 'lho visitors butted 3 nmn short in each innings. Thu game resulted in an easy ono.innings win for Oaledonin, for whom P. Olennon played good cricket, crtyiitg hias hat right through the innings for a well made 88 tuna. For Kaegernro G'oubd, F, ' T'oppinllg battl well, and waee going oterrily is the seconod Innlgs when the Inet wicket fell, Following ero the snores : ICANCUAIItO 01t0UN ), lIret nnlllll Ilarri, run tla ... ... ... J. ,peers, b Ulonnotn . ,... 0 Topping, run out .. ... 23 W. Nicholas, c and b Glennon .. 3 J. Kennedy, b Beare .. ... 6 Taylor, e llartley, b Beare 0 Greenaway, not out ... J. Nicholas, b Beare n. Byes .. F .. Bowlinl Analysl, balls I run wl'wkt'' meare . 60 ' 20 8 Glennon.. 4. 1?8 ' Second Innings. TIarris, c Duell, b Glennon .. 3 iiylor, b Bear ... .. 2 Speers, b Beare.. ... ;' 2' W. Nicholas, run out ... '.0 " Topping, not ut .. 34 Kennedy...

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HOW TO PREPARE FALLOW LAND CHEAPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 February 1903

HOW TO' PREPARE: FALLOW .:. ILAND EAPLY. 'rT view of partial or entlre. failure of the last heat crop on, hundreds of: thousands !acres I? Australia, and also. bearig mind that the supplies. of hay and a w are generally reduced, to a. "? ?t , it is obvious that, to- recoup, losses farmers must sow an un-. usually large acreage for the. coming har vest. . . This. being the casel it is of the utmost' importance to them that their ground be. prepared rapidly and at the smallest.. possible cost. We ask farmers to- send to its f16 illus-.' trated circular of The Osborne Sulky Spring 'Tooth :Cultivator, which will 'prepare a. irst-class seed-bed on fallow land, and do. It.at the rate of 5. to 2o,acres per day, We choim positively-that this is the best implement ever made for this purpse, and that it will do a givse amount of good work at less cost than any other cullivator= in the w .orrd. C We are borne out in this assertion by every one of its thousands of users in Aus-. tralia. There m...

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ELTHAM RAILWAY, TIME TABLE. WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 February 1903

ELBHIAMki RAILWAY, TL\M TABLE. WEeK DA?s. Leave Mfelbourne-8.38 a.m., 4. 1 p.m. 'Leave Heidelberg-9 25 a.m., 4.55 p.m. Leave Greensborougit 17 minutes later thau Heideberg, and arrive at Eltham 25 milutee after leaving HeLidelberg. Leave Eltbam-8.35 a.m., 4.5 p.m. Leave Greenlhorough 8 minutes later. Leave Heildelberg--J.17 a.e.,. 4.47 p.lm °5.40 p.m. Leave Ieidelberg-9.25 a.m. ; 2.55 nad 6:25 p.nm. LeaveEltham-8.35 a.m.; 1 5 and 5.35 p.m. Leave Heidelberg-9 17 a.m. ; 1.47 and 6.17 p.m. * *a-mrn--r · e**-ra*

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Biliousness Banished. PERMANENTLY AND FOR GOOD [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 February 1903

Biliousness. Banisheti= PKRMIANCNTLY AND FOR'GOODI "FOR THREEB YEARRS:Ti WA'S~ A CONSTANT SUFFEPRERn.FROl?I SEVERE ATTACKS OF3BILIOUSý NESS," says MrA W.? Rennie,., of Higham Street, East Malyhorough':. "During these three year?. I' attendedl several doctors; I ,leo triled. sitiny. advertised retmedies for BlliousnesseaJnt reeirved no. relief whatever. I. was; creatly reduced in?treegth,.and.thought I would have to seffdr fromthlht awful complaint, Biliouaness,. for the resat f' my days. A friead, who had: peared: the wortb of Bile Benns, rscommended. thenss a bdrtain' cure fon3Biliuusiihs.. The contints of the first box. effdeded: nei great relief, and a few boxes proved= quite sutlicient to restore me to perfict. health.", Bile Beans have now a.world< wide rnputatioe for curing Biliousness,. Headache. Indigestion,. Obastipation,. Piles, Debility, Female. W'eaknessee,. Nrvonaness, Bads Blood,. Pimples. ands all skin eruptions,.Bad Breath, Aunemeia. Laes of Apptile,. Slee...

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