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THE AJAX MINE. [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 7 March 1914

THE AJAX MINE. 1906. Oct. u (Jot. 25 Nov. S Nov. 22 Dec. 20 1907. /an. 17 \ Feb. 14 March 14 April 18 May 23 J une 20 July 18 Aug. 15 Sept. 12 Oct. 10 Nov. 7, Dec. 5 Dec. 28 1908. fan. 30 March 12 April 9.'' May 7 June 4 July 6 July 30 Aug. 27. Sep. 25 Oct. 22 Nov. 19 Dec. 24 1909.' fan. 28 Feb. 25 March 25 April 22 May 20. June 17, fuly 15 Aug. 12 Sep. 9 *' Oct. 7, 'Nqv, 4 Dec/ 2 Dec! 23 : tons oz dwi 480 730 0 348 530 0 320 517. 0 308 5" 0 650 1001 0 667 ioj5 0 , 652 1998 0 1200. 15015 0 1678 1872 0 1500 1603 0 1600 850 0 1560 865 0 1500 850 0 1400 801 0 1600 834 0 isso 815 0 1478 812 0 750 436 0. 2100 701 0 2050 678 0 1740 615 0 1800 630 0 1850 646 0 1611 563 ,0 18 70 629 %o" i860 624 ,6 1880 540 0 1900 503 0 .1890 560 O 2412 .699. 0 18915 800 0 1863 900 0 1800 906 0 1735 832 0 1807, 807 0 1800 856 0 1810 872 0 1815 870 0 1820 I0l8, .0 1818 ■ 876 15 1834 891 0 1850 919 0 *380 878. 0 igio. Jan. 27 Feb. 24 March 24 April 21 May 19 fune 15 July 14 Aug. ti Sep. 10 Oct. 6 Nov. 3 Dec. ...

Publication Title: Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon And Eganstown Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 7 March 1914

END OF THE SEASON REMNANT SALE. POM—BTinT»iTfriM'""l*'t:» 1 - i'^»!»^»Kwr'»nMtg?oCTwf ." i'n iT.'mn rnmmL.f w»BBCT During our recent Sale "we have accumulated a lot of Remnants and Oddments, which will be cleared at any imon&hle offer. During the Next Two Days Remnants and Oddments Of Everything in Every Depaitinedt at almost Half Usual Prices. Special Glean-up of DRESS GOODS. Single width, 6yds in each, all colors all finds, all this season's/ G-rand selection to choose from. Going! doing ! ! Going i !! At Is lid the dress length. See them in our window, ; Extra Special. Istra Special Extra Special White-Creahn Flannelette 36in. wide. Very Heavy. 6d yard. Send for a length. C. Walton and Co., The Vincent-street Drapers. ROBERT MARSHALL for Furniture, Crockery,/ Linoleums (to 12ft), Ironmongery, ESP. Ware, Cutlery. flew 6-oods of All Descriptions just Opened. : BEST VALUE—LOWESTiPMCES. limber, Bricks, Lime, Cement,- Hardware Stores ROBT. MARSHALL, Yincent - Street I ROYAL LI...

Publication Title: Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon And Eganstown Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 7 March 1914

'«S«>A,3BCJEaSSa'S?-"SSs ROYAL HOTEL. . Vinoea'c-sti-eet, Daylesford (Ei^bt.'MiiiutOB' W.-ilk irum iiitilv/ny Station.) EOSE - BEim ~iF~1'HE - BO&OU&fl. Tils if :b a jusa jtob vaxrjs j. iOYiiUV OUSIt'OKT, r.V'KKY UONV&NIISSOii. p-StJ-pBiaOtt ACCOM M0DAT 1 ON" Hot aud Jold War,or B ttlid, Firal-oUsa i'ablo - ACaCELYNK^GAS LAID ON THROJJUUUUUUT. A-Iqb,-Wiues arid -'pirn's, very beat,, v/ith. plonty of choice. EXTENSIVE STABLING {Spvbial DARK LiOOM FOK PCCTOOKAt'lJPXS •' WINE &8PiRITV;8ULKSTORES X (ADJOINING XI1B HOTEL) A. aBWJf'ffiffi A-'JI' WII«A.K»A^«S MA.'fffiSS . THIS BIfibT BRANDS bTOOKED. THE WORLD'S STANDARD VALVBLE-w INDUSTRIAL MOTOR END' E DON'T BUY OUT-OF-DATE ENGINh , In tlia wliolo Motor BnsinesB VALVELESS 8 THE HAUL MARK 'r THE UP-TO-DATE All FISRROS ore Valve'e<B. They Ran from £24 10a Up. Thny are made in Eleven Model' from 3 b.p. to 25 b.p. ■They will drive ANY MACHINE made bo be driven by Poweri In their Line of Businean t...

Publication Title: Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon And Eganstown Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE Daylesford Advocate Published Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. SATURDAY, MARCH 7 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 7 March 1914

THE • IjjagUafflrd gldua^alr ■ Published Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. SATURDAY, MARCH 7 1914 All action, in -which ,£2000 damages is claimed, will be heard in the Daylesford County Court on Wednesday, March IS, the plaintiff being Mrs Mary Vivien Thomas, administratrix in the estate of the late Edmund Thomas, who was killed in the Nuggetty Ajax mine on October 17, 1913. The plain tiff claims tlie sum named from the Nuggetty Ajax Co. on behalf of her self and her cliildreu. The action will be heard before a judge and a jury. A heavy yarding is expected at Mr J. H. Clark's monthly horse sale on Tuesday next. _ Entries are now being received. ' A- large at tendance of buyers is promised. In connection with probate of the will of Richard Rees, late of Mount Franklin, a caveat was lodged on behalf of John Rees, • deceased's brother. Although the caveat was subsequently withdrawn, the matter came before Mr Justice A'Beckett in the Practice Court on Thursday, when probate was granted. T...

Publication Title: Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon And Eganstown Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 7 March 1914

IMPORTANT TO EVERY WOMAN. tRS M; P. STEWART, of the Head quarters' Staff of the Ladies' Col lege of Health, 46 Elizabeth .street, Melbourne, will visit Daylesford on tho third Monday of each month, and may bo consulted at the Commercial Hotel, from 11.30 a.m. to 6 p :nt'> livery woman who is the victim of 'iII . health, or who is threatened with a critical operation, and every wife who lias been disappointed in )ier desire to fill the noble mission of motherhood should seek the skilful advice of Mrs Stewart, who is the only iady Visiting Daylesford authorised to supply Dr D M. Coonlcy's celebrate'd Orange l.ily Homo Treatment. Those who cannot call personally arc iiivited to send 2d for postage to Department 12, Ladies' College of Health, 46 Elizabeth St., Melbourne, for a free copy of " Wo man's Guide to Health," a book which every woman should possess. NEXT VISIT," Monday, March' 16.. Artificial Teeth MrLJ.BMCKIOBE K.D.S.jVic. aacl S.A. . *-**DENTIST. Assisted by MISS BLACKMUK-...

Publication Title: Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon And Eganstown Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 7 March 1914

The itching, burning, suffering and loss of sleep causcd by eczemas, rashes and irritations of the skin and scalp are at once relieved and permanent skin health restored in most cases by warm baths with Cuticura Soap followed by gentle applications of Cuticura Ointment. Cuticura Soap and Ointment aro*«old throughout the world. A llbiral aample of eacli, wlth<3?-p*ffo booklet on the oare and treatment of the akluand aca\p, cent poit*ftee. Address R. Towns & Co.* Oydnojr, N.S. W.

Publication Title: Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon And Eganstown Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 7 March 1914

fcBlLL I ki .mm ■ i ■ ONE WORD IN TIME. Is Better Than Two Afterwards. A j Chance To Profit By Another's Experience. It is a srSDge thing how people will put away an opportunity until too late. It's only little things thaJil go to make up our cvery-day lite; tlie trouble is ivc don't pay sullicfen't at tention to them. Backache is a little thing. Sometimes it conies after a hard day's work, or a slight cold. It will pass off, you say,"it's only the result. of over-taxing the back. It isn't the fault of your back, but your kidneys. Tile exertion of straining has interfered with their deiicate mechanism. You call it backache bur lit really, is kidney ache. If the) (kid neys are not relieved, chronic (dis orders set in, and tliis is where the "little thing" should not be passed over. This man has learffed to ap preciate what delay means :— .Mr C. Spannagel, Basalt Hill, near Daylesford, says :—" Fourteen yearft of kidney trouble is rather a niisiortune, i can tell you, yet this was my ...

Publication Title: Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon And Eganstown Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 7 March 1914

WARD and COm STOCK AND. SHAREBROKERS. 383 COLLi 11S ST., MELBOURNE. Members of Stock Exchanges, ol Melbourne, Adelaide and Sydney. - VLL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. " The Australian Investors' Hand book" and " Investment Review" posted gratis on application. Telegraphic Address— •\Vnycl." Stock Kxcliange, Melbourne. A. M. DAVID, (Member Ballarat Stock Exchange. 1 Stock and Sharebroker, 6 A.M.P. CHAMBERS, LYDIARD STREET, BALLARAT. Telephone 273. Orders to Buy or Sell Mining or Investment Shares promptly attended to. Agents at all Australian Stock Exchanges. E. TREMBATH, SHAREBROKER. ETC. Will Do Very Best For Clients. Oldest Established Broker. Representative for F. W. Hoist, share broker. Melbourne and Ballarat. S. SALAMY, STOCK AND SHAREBROKEHj, Desires' to Intimate that he is still carrying on the above business in his premises, and under his own per sonal management. Direct Communications with Mfii bounio and BalJarat Exchanges. Busi ness strctly confidential. Private office...

Publication Title: Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon And Eganstown Chronicle
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EARLY MATURITY IN STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 7 March 1914

EARLY MATURITY IN STOCK. | There lias been a vast advance within the last-generation lu the pre paration o£ live stock o£ all kinds for consumption. In the old days, bull ocks were first used for several years as beasts of burden, and then only tatted up afterwards for killing pur poses, whereas now we press them on from calfhood, and "baby beef" is quite common. Probably four-year-old weth er mutton is extinct, and we now sell fat lambs at six to twelve months old. Pig-keeping has not yet come quite iuto line with this system in some dis tricts, for it is quite common to let litters run loose in the fields to "grow," and then shut them up to fatten off aftor they are some age; but in most other cases the fattening is continu ous from weaning time. The great point now inculcated is never to allow the young animals to "look back," but to keep on feeding them so that their growth and develop ment Is continuous and without any check. The following out of this prin ciple year after year...

Publication Title: Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon And Eganstown Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BIG GRASS FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 7 March 1914

BIG GRASS" FIRE. fine of those destructive fires ito grass lands to which wo arc now jaJ jnost growing accustomcd, occurred near (Jarlsruhe on Monday morning, last after the passing of the train ito JUaylesford. TJie conflagration occur red in the p.roperty lamiliarly iknown 03 '.'.Coilsfieid," and owned by Mrs ,\V. ;R. JUj Kerr, of Kyneton. .Since Mr James Maxwell's conclusion of ten ancy a few weeks ago, the farm has been let to Mr J esse Adams, and iA As unfortunate for him .that he has lost about 30 acres of good grass. Aided by a powerful wind it soon sewpt jnjjb J\ir Connell's property ,whifch is be tween Mr. Bowers' and the "Coils field" home, 'fhere it consumed near ly 40 acres of grass and sjwept on and demolished the house, which was a .wooden structure. I'assing into the fends of Mr ,G. Thompson, eight or ten acres were swept with "alarming ra pidity.. ;Mrs Coiles ivas evidently les,s fortunate, since tjuit^e 20 acres of her grass lands were destroyed, wlii.e Mir J. Sandf...

Publication Title: Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon And Eganstown Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HERE AND THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 7 March 1914

HERE AND THERE. The venerable h'all of Staple Inn, Holborn, London, which dates back to 1540, is now undergoing- repair" on account of dilapidation. Take no Other.—"For nine years I suffered |with a liver disorder, and tried numerous medicines, obtaining .very little relief " 'writes Miss Esther J. Coles, Major's Creek, N.S.W. 'Af ter taking Chamberlain's Tablets 're gularly for a.fortnight 1 found I was gieatly benefited, and am now com pletely restored to health. My fa ther, who is 79, is an invalid, and is troubled with constipation but lias obtained the greatest benefit from Gnamberlain's Tablets. Kather than use anv other medicine, we 'have of ten sent into Braidwood (that is 20 miles awayl for Chamberlain's Tab lets."—Sold by A. Elvish merchant; J. and J. Albon, grocers and 'N. .Coghlan, Bullarto, scoiskeeper. The number of lady doctors in England and Wales increases an nually at the rate of about 11. Always Takes It.—"I. always take .Chamberlain's Cough Kernedv .when ever 1 h...

Publication Title: Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon And Eganstown Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 7 March 1914

WHOLESOME DRINK— BRACING AND REFRESHING Now on Show.—A'cflmplCte range of Silver-plated ware including the lat est style Cruets, Cake Stands and •Salvers, also a beautiful selection in Jewel Caps and various new novel ties,. all TBe latest designs on the [mar ket. Our facilities for purchasing are unequalled, for our samples come di rect from the manufacturers.—Salawy SWn' the Modffro Jewellers,

Publication Title: Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon And Eganstown Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 7 March 1914

MINING NOTES. ? Work is to be resumed at the Nug getty Trafalgar ,which was recently closed down. This decision has been arrived at as a result of the com pany having increased its area of operation* by the purchase of Chris lensen'.s Ajax lease and plant. The i new ground is to be worked from the Ntiggetl!y Trafalgar shaft. The rails are being taken out of tUe Chi'islenseil's - Ajax, as the deepest: workings lire only down - to ;ojft. The new owners have sold the wind ing winch and some other machniery and matera', but are retaining the 10-licad battery ami suction gas driv ing engine, which is a cheaper motive I power than steam. A. start was made on .Thursday 10 bail the iMu^;j>t:(Ity Trafalgar workings. When tile water has been got out, crosscuUting eaJst anil west will be recommenced at No. 7 level. Both drives are now out about 170ft, in sandstone and slate. At No. 3 level, where the drive north at 150ft in has two feet of stone showing gold in the face; work .will be rocom...

Publication Title: Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon And Eganstown Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DAIRYING. THE SEPARATOR AND COLD WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 7 March 1914

DAI HYING THE SEPARATOR AND COLD WEATHEft. A cream separator and cold weathoi ■ire jiol very good companions, es pecially if (lie unfavorable suparatiug anuUtiotis ol' the cold . are not over come by the user. It the milk is eold Jie separator cannot skim it thorough ly, and a largo amount o£ fat will be .nit in tlie skim milk. Before separating, the milk should iiu wanned to about 85 degrees. In tile winter there is a smaller quantity jf milk than in warm seasons, and it .jools quickly to the temperature of the surrounding atmosphere. It should le warmed by setting the pail o£ milk ,m the back of a stove. If the milk has iiood from night till morning or from iIk; day to another, keep it at the ieparating temperature for at least naif an hour before separating. This gives the fat particles a chance to warm through, and ensures a more thorough separation. Ill cold weather always run a quart or two of hot water through the separ ator before turning on the milk. This warms up the separ...

Publication Title: Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon And Eganstown Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ELECTORS ENROL. [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 7 March 1914

ELECTORS ENROL. Electors of Daylcsford and district) who arc eligible for enrolment on the Daylcsford division district roll of "the Grampians electorate by one monflh's residence in the town or district, and who have ncglectcd to enrol, arc urg ed to immediately apply for enrol ment. Instructions have been issued to the subdivision electoral officers tha! as soon as the police canvass of doctors for the Slate Parliament Js completed, which will be on March 15, a comparison is to be made with 'the roll a* prepared by the police and -the Commonwealth roll, and the names of | electors who nie not enrolled upon 1 he Common wealth subdivision roll will be immediately forwarded to the divisional returning officer for the Grampians electorate,, who will pro secute the unenrolled elqdors. Persons -who have just reached the UK(- 21 years should also attend to enrolment.

Publication Title: Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon And Eganstown Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE TREATMENT THAT PAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 10 March 1914

THE TREATMENT THAT PAYS. A great deal of literature might be collected on the question why cows won't give milk. The thing lias been explained scientifically and from the practical viewpoint. And still we have the refractory animal with us. After all, it is wonderful what re suits can be achieved by reasonable and reasoning treatment of the cow She lias nerves, same as the benus homo, and she responds to external influences with remarkable sensitive ness. To overcome the habit of cows holding up their milk it is necessary to refrain from exciting the natural obstinacy of" the animal by any dis Mrbing influence.. Many will have noticed the sly, determined way in which the cow that has been ill-used looks back sideways 'at the milker [ She shows by every action and the stolid determination of the set eyr that she Is refusing to "givo down" i her milk. But let a woman, tender with the cows, and apt to speak pel words and fondle the animal by ;■ gentle touch, go to milk a cow, am! there...

Publication Title: Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon And Eganstown Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CARE OF HORSES' MANES AND TAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 10 March 1914

CARE OF HORSES' MANES AND TAILS. In order to improve rough, uneven and unsightly manes and tails, clean liness is tb.p first thing to be looked after. It dirt is suffered to accumu-' late at the roots'ot the long hair, the horse will ruh and destroy it. There tore, good, honest soap and \->ater is a mighty aid to keep manes and tails looking well. A little ot any good sheep dip solution is excellent. Used periodically at the roots ot the long hair, it will stimulate growth measur ably, and kill or repel vermin thai may have found or seek a lodgment. When a horse is rubbing his tail which he always is when anything is wrong, the tlrst thing to be done is to discover the cause. Then applj plentifully soap and water and the sheep dip solution. One part of the dip in fifty parts of warm water is right as to strength. Then the mane and the tail shouldbe kept clean by the use of comb and brush, and more or less frequent washing. The lone hair should be dried as well as pos sible after ...

Publication Title: Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon And Eganstown Chronicle
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THE COW AND HIGH-PRICED LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 10 March 1914

THE COW ANU Hltiri-PKIUeD LANDS. Professor Eckles, of Missouri, writes In an American Board ot Agriculture report:— ■ "I have a deeper faith In dairy farming than ever before. I appre ciate now, as never before, that the dairy cow is absolutely necessary for the highest development of our agri culture. The most highly developed agricultural regions in Europe are the noted dairy countries. The most intelligent and prosperous European farmers are dairy farmers. The rich est land and the highest prices fairly swarm with dairy cows. The multi tude of farms there which are more fertile to-day than fifty years ago. have been mado so by dairy farming. "I was strongly impressed with the fact that the cow and not the steer is the animal for high priced lands. In Denmark, Sweden, and Germany, I saw land mostly rather Inferior liy nature, but worth from 3300dols. per acre and upwards to lOOOdols. In these countrie's the fattening steer Is unknown, but cows are every where. The cow is a cheaper...

Publication Title: Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon And Eganstown Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HEPBURN AND LITHIA MINERAL SPRINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 10 March 1914

HEPBURN AND LITHIA MINE-' RAL SPRINGS. I i Tliat tho Lithia i« a vnry vnluublo spring ia shown by tho following ; figareH, tbo result) ot aoaiysiu made by ! Mr Sootfc (Government) analyst), in 11908: Hopbarn, Lithto Grains por Gallon < Bionrboanto ol Soda ... 51.4 192.6 i ,, PoUeb — 2.5 3.4 [„ Lime ... 69.6 114.1 ii Mdgoesm.M 21.7 14.1 „ Iron m 3.2 0.0 Sulphate of Soda-.- ... 4.8 2.g Chloride ol Sodiuin «« 6.6 12.6 LUblft.« ... 0.7 Silica ... ... ... 3.8 C rbonloacid por gallon \ 108.1 Cubic iocbos /

Publication Title: Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon And Eganstown Chronicle
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DYSPEPTICS NEED NOT DIET. A Simple Means of Preventing Food Fermentation. [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 10 March 1914

DYSPEPTICS NEED NOT DIET. A. Simple .Means {of'Preventing1 Food Fermentation.^ Food fermentation is the cause of all the discomfort and pain dyspeptics suffer. It does not necessarily follow, however, that in order, to obtain re lief they must deny themselves the enjoyment diey derive from calling so-called indigestible luxuries. fl'he most satisfactory method of overcom ing the difficulty would be to pre vent the fermentation from occurring at all, 'and this can be done by \n very simple means, h must be tivsti explained that must< of the foods .we eat contain a certain quantity of acid forming element!?, and indigestible foods, of course, contain a larger pro portion, When these foods are eaten, the acid collects, imtates the walls of the stomach, and causes the food to ferment whiie it is digesting. This fermenting food aUo gives otf gas, which distends the stomach, causing that full, uncomfortable feeling", sa often noticed after eating. The ;root of the trouble is th...

Publication Title: Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon And Eganstown Chronicle
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