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Federal Politics. Parliament to be Disolved. [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 9 June 1914

Federal Politics. —i—«—— i Parliament to be Disolved. The summary rejection of the abolition of preference' to unionists by the Senate decided the Prime Minister (Mr. Cook,) to ask the Governor General to grant a dis solution-of both Houses. This the Governor-General after-consideration granted. The result will be a gene ral election fur Senate and Repre sentatives >vill have to take place. The date of tlie tlection is not ytrt fixed, - but it is thought it will take place about the end-of August.

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 9 June 1914

Large growers in tho district have been induced to go in for machi ery for digging owing to the ruling rates for digging by manual labor. At Lara sowing is neatly com pleted- Owing to the dry weather crops are poor, especially in the, heavy clay land. - Carting water for stock lias not ceased yet. A GROCER'S RECOMMENDATION. "For the past twenty years," writes I Mr R. Harrison, Grocer, Parramatta Rd. and Catherine St, Loichardt. N.S.W. I have been a sufferer of Diarrhoea and although I h ivti triectrarious prescriptions have found nothing roliuveme like Cham berlain's Colic and Diarrhoe Remedy. I always keep a bottle for my own use at my own private residence and at my tBore, Sold everywhere. Mr. Lloyd-George's revival of the "political breakfast" will not please Mr. G. W. E. Russell,, who once ex' pressed thankfulness that the ."dread [ ful custom of giving breakfast parties I died out with Mr. Gladstone," ana ! branded a« enemies of the humair j race any who endeavored to "resus ci...

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
School Concert. A GREAT SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 9 June 1914

Scho I Concert. . A GREAT SUCCESS. It is a very long time s'nce the Nathalia public bad such au excel lent program presented to them by the School Committee with the help of' the teachers, on the night of the 3rd i'nst. The \'nmur!< •; Vchestra played the ppeni.'ig ove. ture, "Faust," and showed great talent under their in structor (Rev. S. W. Williamson.) This was very well received. Chorus "Whispering Hope." by some 40 of the school children, sung in two parts ; song, "The Dolls," very well rendered by eight little girls. Then i an excellent team of 12 club swingers j reflected great credit on their teacher ond themselves. The "Milk-, maids" each carrying pails and wear ing suitable costume, sang very prettily. Perhaps the gem of the children's items -was the dialogue, "Coals of Fire," in which MissTessie Monaghan trjok the part of "Hilda" very well indeed and was supported by Misses Bessie Parry and Marjorio jOrfc-And Inez-Pryer, .'(Black- Jane" was so v.ell disguised....

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Municipal Elections. AN INTERES ING POINT. RETURNING OFFICER FINED. [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 9 June 1914

Municipal Elections. AN INTEREb: IMG POINT. RETURNING OFFICER FINED. Mr. Justice Cussen in the Practice court last week, held that a munici pal returning officer when notified o£ n vacancy in a council was bound to hold an election in respect of the vacancy within three weeks of such se.it being declared vacant. He fixed a nominal penalty in the case under review at ^i, and or dered the respondent to pay the costs / The information was by Thomas T. Dunstan, a ratepayer of the'Shire of Mount Alexander, against William Arthur Neems, returning officer of Fryer's ridi.tg of the shire of Mount Alexander. It was stated that Cr. •' Peter Ferguson sent in his resigna tion as a councillor of the Fryers riding of the shire on June 3, 1913. An e'ection was not held to fill the vacancy until'-the da e of the ordin ary annual elections On August 28. It was contended on behalf of Duns- ; lah that uridsrthe Act the electibn. ought to have bcr?n held within 30 days (or about July 3). The informa ti...

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 9 June 1914

On the Verge. Many a Quo Brought Back From the Brink, There arc criti-al times in our lives when it Reams as if we must let go. But wa cling to Ufa with a wonderful tenacity. Many diseases are very depressing in their worst stages, and we get to the very, brink tometimes ; yet the hope of survival is great. Doan's Backache Kidney Pills have brought rback many from the verge and giveu ihem a new lease of life. The The following case should be ot interest. Head it. Mr. J. Morris, Stewart Street, Shep parton, says, :—"I am a bricklayer, and so have a lot of stooping to do, and in con sequence have had a good deal of trouble with my buck It always seems to bs achiniz. and every cnld I «»ught settled in my kidneys, and increased my nufForing. 1 uj-u l in ny remedies Mid liniments, but nothing give me-«««, the backache g-- t worse in spite of treatment. Eventu a ly I gut so bad that I was confined to my bed for three weeks. A friend advised me to use-Doan's Backache Kidney Pi'ls, and I se...

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOME FOOTBALL "DON't'S." [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 9 June 1914

SOME FOOTBALL " DON't'S." Don't think bccause you are a good man your club can't do without you.. You never made a greater mistake. Dan't think you are in the team to kick all the goals. Always play to a man in a better position—if he is "on his own." Don't stick to your man if you arc playing forward. Get out on your own." Don't leave your man if you are playing back. Stick to him like glue. Don't go to sleep. Bed is the place for slumber. Don't run 10 yards and chance losing the ball when you can kick it 40 yards with safety. Don't give f-ee kicks. V hey in an free 1 Du-n't turn your back on the field when you get a mark. Get rid of the ball quickly. Don't stop and appeal for' free kicks. The umpire will see to these. Don't take any notice of advice from fhe fence. Those giving it don't know enough to keep their mouths shut. Don't dispute your captain's or <3-:rs. Remember for the time being he is your boss. ■Don't be disheartened when you lose. Remember "every dog has ...

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 9 June 1914

THE LlfEK'S ff OJUL By "Regulator." The llrer may be described as a> exceedingly compllcatod chemical la boratory. - The blood which enters the liver through the portal Tein is loaded with the products of the digestion of food. These products .the liver deals with la such a manner that the com position of the blood when it leaves the liver is very much changed, a sort of secondary digestion having taken plage In the liver. Bile has bees manufactured out of the blood; uric acid, which is practically insoluble-, has been converted into urea, which rIs completely soluble. A substance called glycogen has been made from the sugar In the blood and stored la the liver for future use,.-and-various other transformations hare taken j\lace. The liver also remoTes from • the blood red corpuscles which are worn out and are of no further utll . ity.. The Hirer makes and extracts from the 'blood two or three pounds of bil« every day. The bile is delivered into the intestines, and acts as a natu...

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Football. WESTERN & MOIRA RIDINGS FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. THE DRAW. First Round. 6th June — [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 9 June 1914

Football. WESTERN & MOIRA RIDINGS FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. THE DRAW. ' First Round. 6th June — Nathalia v. Moira— Kotupna v. Barmah — " ' P cola v. Cummeragunja— 13H1 June. Cummeragunja v. Nathalie--Suther land \ Moira v. Kotupna—A. Rourke Barmah v. Piola—Sutherland 20th June. N;\thaHa v. Barmah— Kotupna v. Picola— Cummeragunja v. Moira— 27th'June. ;• " - Picola v. Nathalia— Moira v. Barmah— : ; Kotupnav. Cummeragunja— { 4th July. . J Nathalia v. Kotupna— Pioola v. Moira— Cummeragunja v, Barmah— Second Round. ■nth July. Moira v. Nathalia— Barmah v.' Kotlipna— • Cummeragunja v. Picola j' ■ 18U1 July. Nathalia v. Cummeragua— K jtupna v. M oira— ; i-icola v. Barmah— ! 35 h July. Birmah v. Nathalia— Pioola v. Koliipn 1 — Moim v. Cummo .-.gunja— 1st August. : . Nathalia v. Picola— Baimah v. Moira — Cummeragunja v. Kotupna— * 8th August Kotupna v. Nathalia— Moira v. Picola— Barmah v. Cummeragunja— All-matches to be played on the ground of the first-menti'ined club'. All matches again...

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 9 June 1914

THS Rev. J. MING HliliUr iftki GONIKEIiTIII&L 1I86HN mm. Mi his •ftehn tf CLEMENTS TONIC I . " I »as recommended fe try Clements Tonic. I was completely run down, I suffered from nervous prostration, with insomnia end severe headaches. I had spent much money on medicines to no purpose. " One bottle put me right 8 and was Worth its weight in j gold "I recommend this medU cine strongfy. (Signed) JOHN HOSKING." Th. Rev. J. HOSklNG, D.D., is 'known is an earnest church worker, and bis te»liraony to CLEMENTSTONIC wai teat (or the good it might «[«, Thit raediciae ii certain in ita elect* o* run down «r irritated nervei, and quickly relieref Biliopiieu, WeakneH, Ltt of Sleep. Poor Appetite, Qmstipatioa and Iadigotion. ALL CHEMISTS anal * STORES SELL IT.

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Harvest Seasons of the Worl! [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 9 June 1914

! Hnrvest Seasons of the WorU - The nppr"ximate dates of the wlirat harvests throughout the world aro :— January.—Chili and New Zea land. Feb<uiry-March.—India and Up per Egypt. - April.—Lower Egypt, India, Syria, Asia Minor, Cyprus, Persia, Mexico andXIuba. May.—Texas, Algeria, Morocco, China, Central Asia and Japan. June.—Calitornia, Mississippi, Ala bama, Georgia, North and South Carolina, Tennessee, Virgina, Ken kucly, Kansas, Utah, Arkansas, Colo atdo, Missouri, Turkey, Italy, Greece, Spain, Portugal and the South of France. July.—New England, New York, Indiana, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michi gan, Illinois, Iowa, Wisconsin, South ern Minnesota, Nebraska, _ Upper Canada, Rumania, Bulgaria, Austria Hungry, South Russia, Germany, Switzerland and South of England. August. — Oregan, Washington, Central and Northern Minnesota, Dakota, Manitoba, Lower Canada, Columbia, Belgium, Holland, Eng land, Denmark, Poland and Central Russia. September-October—Scandinatia, Scotland and Nor...

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 9 June 1914

For Bronchial Coughs, tab* Woods Great r'epperminfc Cu*e. 1«. Od In a letler to the Federal Treasurer the.governor of the Commonwealth Bank (Mr. Miller) protests againsts the proposal to hand over savings b3nk business to Ibe States. RELIEVES US OF ANXIETY. "Ever since my_little boy David was three I have given him Chamberlain's Cough Remedy," says Mrs 6. A. Paxton Little Chester Street, New Farm, Q. -lI have UE«d it for all my children-and have and have nevea known it to fail," -Many nights our two little girls have been bad with croup but our faith in Chambealain's Cough Remedy relieves us of any anxiety "We know that one or two' doses 'will re movo all sicns of croup a. d t'a: t'..- j will bo alright in the morning." Visiting the Governor-Generat on Thursday, Guillaux,.Jhe French,jir man, exhibited his daring- by twice looping the loop. • • ; j. . For Children's Hacking Cough at Night, Woods' Groat Peppermint Cur*, 1», 6d.

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Close Season for Game Etc THE WHOLE YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 9 June 1914

Close Season for Game Etc :o: The Whole Year. AH birds, cxcept sparrows and ntinas, not indigeneous to Australia, and theii produce (including eggs); antelope, bee-eaters,- bustard or wild 'urkey, Calfornian quail, -deer, emus grey kangaroos, red kangaroos, epb thianuras, fantails, fly catchers, grea king-fisher or laughing-jackass, grouse ibis, lyre-birds, magpies, magpie lark owls, partridges, pheasants, f'atypus podargus or mopokes, robin seals, southern stone plover or curlew wallows, warblers, white «wans -,rens, egrets or white cranes. ist August to 31st January. Black swans, cape barren or coreopsis goose, magpie or aemi palmated goose, land-rail, all other members of the rail family, porphy* wic coots, etc. is August to 20th December. All birds knowna- crares or herons other than egrets, etc; all honey-eaters except wattle-birds and leatherheada all kingfishers other than the laughing jackass ; all members af the grauculu family; avocet, bittern, black cockatoos landrail (al...

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHIRE OF NUMURKAH. COUNTRY—MOIRA. [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 9 June 1914

SHIRE OF NUMURKAH. County—Moira. Parishes:—Central Riding.—-Drum anure, Kaarimba and Mundoona. Eastern Riding.—Baulkamaugh, Ka tunga, Strethmcrton and Ulupna. Moira Piding.—Barmah, part. Kanya peHa, .Kotupna and Moira. Western Ridingr-Banro, Natioka, Picola, Waaia, Yalca and Yielima. Province: Northern. Division No murkah. Members of Council: Hons. A. H. Abbott and W. L. Baillicu. M.L.C.'i. Electoral Distiict: Goulburn Valley Divisions: Numurkah. " Constituted a Sbire, 26th May, 1879. Moira Riding severed from Bchuca Shire and annexed to Numurkah Shire 1st June, 1892. Area: 800 square miles Popula tion: 7595. Valuation : .£83,536 Rale: is in thevC. Revenue, £7488. Amount of'Loan': i£ 10,000. President; W. A. Campbell. Councillors. Eastern-Riding Name Addreii Retires. T. Thornton* W»aia 1914 A. Mciklejohn* Stratbmerton 1915 W. A. Campbell Numurkah 1916 Central Riding. F.. Moss* Mundoona 1914 W. Purdie* Wunghnu 1915 R.Gordon Drumanure 1916 Western Riding. J. H. Tuckett* Nathalia 1914 ...

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Herald. Published Every Tuesday Morning Tuesday, JUNE 9, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 9 June 1914

jSjeralis. Published Bverj Tuesday Morning Tuesday, JUNE 9, 1914. Speci il Reductions in Ladies Coats for this week. Youi attention invited. Curran and Co. Shire Council.— The ordinary monthly meeting of the Shire council and Water Trust will take place at the Shire Hall, Numurkah, to-day. xFine Beef.—At Mr. Mortons shop on Saturday last a line body of beef was cn view. The bullock was bied by Messrs Ookes Bros., .and was of the Hereford breed. State Elections.—Mr. A. McB McClelland, announces in another column that lie will address the electors at Nathalia public hall, on Thursday evening the 18th June. Presentation to'Mr. G. J.Tuck ett.—On Thursday: .evening i)ext the'presentation banquet to Mr. G. J. Tuckett vyill be held in the Pub lic Hall, Nathalia. A good gather ing is expected. Nathalia Town Band.-^-Having secured the services of' Mr. PoljaH with his up-to-datedectric machiii», the committee intendsVto ygw.df:: a ! biograph entertainment in'aid of'tho j band on Wednesday, Ju...

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Harvest Seasons of the World [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 16 June 1914

Harvest Seasons7 of (hie World The approximate dales of the wheat harvests throughout the world arc :— January.—Chili and New, Zea land. ::: February-March.— India and Up per Egypt. • April.— Lower Egypt, India,Syria, Asia Minor, Cyprus, Persia, Mexico and Cuba. May.—Texas, Algeria, Morocco, China, Central Asia and Japan. June.—Calitomia, Mississippi, Ala bama, Georgia, North and South Carolina, Tennessee, Virgina, Ken kucty, Kansas, Utah, Arkansas, Colo ardo, Missouri, Turkey, Italy, Greece, Spain, Portugal and the South of France. July.—New ••England, New York, Indiana, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michi gan, Illinois, Iowa, Wisconsin, South ern Minnesota, Nebraska, Upper Canada, Rumania, Bulgaria, Austria Hungry, South Russia. Germany, Switzerland and South o! England. August. — Oregan, Washington, Central and Northern Minnesota, Dakota, Manitoba, Lower Canada, Columbia, Belgium, Hol'aud, Eng I land, Denmark, Poland and Central Russia. September-October—Scandinavia, Scotland and North Rus...

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 16 June 1914

m T WAIT—1 I until you are worse before ' 5 starting' a campaign against disease. No matter how slight ( may be your indisposition your duty to yourself demands that immediate steps be taken to disperse it. . Of course," you expect to get better and not worse, but where health is in question you are never justified in leaving anything to chance, and, as is well known, indis position, insteadof disappearing of its own sweet will, frequently develops serious disorders if neglected. Your safest course is to TAKE BEECHAM'S 1 PILLS i which are the World's finest household remedy lor the cor rection of derangements ol the stomach, liver, or kidneys. Slight headaches, loss ol appe tite, a nasty taste in the mouth and other little symptoms of that sort are indications oi digestive disorder, and may be regarded as Nature's warning ol worse troubles to follow if the cause of the present ail ment be not speedily removed. Don't wait until to-morrow but take Beecham's Pills | PricelOji., I/!},* ...

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Shows to Come. JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 16 June 1914

Shows to Come. JULY. Sydney, Sheep Breviers i, 2, 3, 4 I Wcnl woYth, N.S.W. ... j.y :..i . •16; Australian Sheep Brectlc'rs' A!s-" ~ j sociat'ori, Melbourne ... 27, 28; AUGUST. Corowa, N.S;W.... 18, it, iuK-nhope ... ... ... 16 Wo jiiietan^ ... ...' 26 Wag^a Wagg »• - j, -■ 25, 27 Parian, NT S W. ... 26, 27 SEP fliMBER. Hamilton : -it. . ■ .f.'O • ■ Allviry ... D-.i.ald Ciaoke Si :i well Lovkiiarl, Rivciina' ... . 27 28 y. 11 awpngH- ,.;f. fchnore J ' ' ^OCTOBER.. Bcn;.Ii;l V J ( ' ' 6-7 S^. Annauci ... ••• 7 Nathalie ::v„- 8 Bjrudigo .r. <^1.3; 14; 15 Eurua 13, 14 Seymour ... :.jV '<... 16 Rutbcrglen ' <••. <"21 Tatuta ... '1 • 2o>, 21 \ Shepparton Grand Na.'icma!,' -27, 28 B cdms M ir^h v 28 Warrnambool ... - ... 31 NOVEMBER Heathcote Smcalon - Poit Fairy Kilmorc Yea Ivyutrtoti tV.c an . M.iTislicl.r !3 H 18

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 16 June 1914

KIDNEY POISOJfS. By, "Toxo.". f *: •'I The health ofiyian Is influenced to j a very groat extent -by ttie condition ot the kidneys. .Any disease of -tlifl ; kidneys, or., Interference with their action, affects the whole system, be 'cause the purity ol" tiia hlopii i?. de pendant upon the proper extraction from it of certain specific poisons, which' it is the duty of the kidneys to remove. . The kidneys are. exceedingly sus ceptible to inflammation or' '.cnnses; tlon. An ordinary feveVish cold, which closes the pore's aid binders .the, sXin in performing its part"of the work ol removal of !hn waste products of tae body, throws a burden of extra la bour upon the kidneys which they may be unnblp ro perforin. Measles, Influ enza, Den sup, or :::iy kind of fever, or the frees indulgence ip alcohoi or bf-er, will tax ths kidneys und'ily, and the increase;! strain upon them may cause them t.j break down great danger of 'overtasking the them wiien the first symptoms of in flammation are ob...

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 16 June 1914

t . \ NURSES of Large Experience Recommend A.i' • » to their Patiantc. NURSE CATHERINE KORT1NG of 176 D*vi« Street, Brunswick, Vic., writes as follows (29/2/11): CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "I am writing about the amount of good CLEMENTS TONIC ha* done my daugh ter. In January last year, • she was operated' upon for appendicitis. She was eight weeks in the hospital, and came home very weak and rundown. I gave her several bottles of Clements Tonic. It soon strengthened her nerves, she was as well as I ~' conld wish her before long. Fourteen years ago. I first ' used this medicine as a nurse and have recommended it , times out of number. I have : ^seenpeople restored toheaJtb end strength, and bless the ' day they heard'"of it. It :, v never failed to do good. <~|gnc<i) /CATHERINE KORTING." . Kefer be without this medicine if run dtmu,'with Weal: Kerves. Bad Digestion, Poor Appetite or Constipation, It puts rthe'human system in order, rapidly. '•ILL fcHSKlSTS & S...

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 16 June 1914

AFTER OTHERS F.aILED. " use Chainliorlidn's P«in Gtiltn for « ore throat ami h;ive j.lw»ya fnuiui mo ulihiiig to cum it," writes Mr, T. Dounisa Hihiraki, N.Z. "It worked wonder wliL'i) I sprained my uuklr, giving mo im mediate relief from pain aftor othor liui, ma,tits hud failed. I also recommend Oh itnburlnin'a Pain Balm for rheumatism, t having elieved me many times." S ° Id everywhere. SOME! ttlNf CANADIAN CORSETS. Tl» lithe j dem-nded in the f»tbi*i able fie«r« by tie latcaf {rock ideaj u« ssobuitv •bio cxeept by thotc wdsriogtbaColebrMeri DOA Corsets, wbicb. unlike »«t otber maka, icalue aQ lb* tTuhea of • woman — Comfort. Style* BUc&cce 6 Hysleae—wbiht tb«y era wld tt mm witfa AewAtliB iImhh. Cream ! - Cream J E.A. BENNETT, PROPRIETOR Nathalia Butter Factory, \ DESIRES to lot the Farmers and | Dairymen of Nnthalia am : grounding dist io- kn • 'Hat n ■ has open.. '! tlie M >h 'ia «tt 1 Fact ry an ' is pr.p red .to oceiw Cream iu a-iy qua tily, and \vM pa1, top ( rio...

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
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