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£^u HEALTHY

aÍBAPP

ONE THINQ 16 CERTAIN.

You cannot be healthy and happy if your digestion is wrong. AU the symptoms that make people gloomy and depressed arise from the stomach or liver failing to do its work. That run- down feeling, loss of appetite, loss of strength, depression, and mental weariness are signs that your stomach needs just the help Mother Seigel's Syrup can give. It is the one sure way of assuring perfect digestion and renewing

the vitality of the stream

of blood which should

build you up from

strength to

strength.

w* #

HERE IS PROOF.

"* For nearly two years I spent"

money freely on all kinds of médianes,

besides dieting myself very carefully, in

hope of deliverance from indigestion, but qjite failed to touch my complaint." These words were written by Mr. Herbert Clifford, of Woads Avenue, Hurstville,X.S W. Finally he found relief and cure in Mother Seigel's Syrup anil adds : " I am convinced that Mother Seigel's Syrup Is the best remedy for indigestion and constipation."

MOTHER

SEIGELS

OOMY-dlLC

STOCK AND VEHICLES.

Under this beading (U prepaid), l8 words, cet _Insertion. 1/; three Insert loo«. 176._ IA LARGE Variety Trollies, Waggon«, Dray«, !XX Cart«, new, secondhand, (or Sale.-J. A. Um ton k Son«, Xorth-ttr._ lb2c

) A SOUND Kruger Exrress, pood as new; bar ¿\. gain.-W. Robinson, 123. Melbourne-rt., N.A. _2S9 91

IA LDERNEY Cow, 2nd calf, rich creamer, quiet; l*-à- or exchange for cart or pony. Apply Water- man'« Store, West Thebarton_2S9-91

AanVE Medium Draught Hone, young, sound,

stanch, fair condition; trial, cheap.-Wil liaron, greengrocer, Unley-rd._ BAT Buggy Mare, 11.3, quiet, for lady, £11;

Baker's Cart, Horse, sound, active, £11;

trials.-B3, Waymoutb-Bt._

BEAUTIFUL Phaetonettc for Sale, sacrifice,

owner retiring; no dealers.'- Î7, Ilill-it. 2J0-3 COWS, Shorthorn, also Jersey, young, good

milkers, creamers, with calves; must sell. «-Wingfield House, Cuming-strcet, Mile-End.

_2M-3

SCELLENT Hame» Horse and 8addlo Hack,

18.2, yoi-ng, trial.-Hounslow, Broken Hill Chambers (basement), King William-st. 280,8.00 EXl'KESSFS. Sulkies, Sidebars, Dog-Carts, new

and secondhand, in stock, and to order. Lawton k Sons, Narth-ter._257.62c

Jf?OR Sale, splendid Hooded Phaeton, at less th.m ZL half cost. Apply Metropolitan Hotel, Grote ttrevt. _288-00

ST OR Cale, good, quiet Horse, staunch aiid sound, JE leur years; trial given.-Mrs. Callaghan, Orand Jorction, nrar Islington._»289-91

]" J'OBSÎlê." «tylifh Masher Dray and Pony (13.2),

' quiet, lady drive; any trial.-Mrs. Harbin,

Hill-st., Csn:pbtllU'wn._z230-91 |

.COR Sale, flist-olasx Cow, just calved, set-onJ ! It? calf.-Mrs. Collett. Olen Osmond. g3»Tl FOR Sale, a Light Dog-Cart, in good ord«.

Apply Richard Spencer Carriage Co.

_289-81

}7K)ft Sole, pretty Bay Pony, about 13 handä,

cheap; trial given.-P. C. Brett, baker, Btephen-ter., Walkerville._239-91

|E*OR Sale, Pony, about 13.2, Rubber-tired Bulky, J? and Harness, together or separate.-A. For pisaon; e/o Woodcock'«, Curric-st._ iT¡TOR~Sale, 8 Farm or Trolly Horses, from the It? north.-J. Willis, 61, Morphctt-st. 290-3 «."IRAZING for limited number of. Horses lid AJT Cattlo; good feed and shelter. Appiy R. J. Boutledgc. Grangc.___r2S8-90_ ,TnrÂXDSOME Jprsey Cow, first calf, good creamer dd and milker; calved three weeks.-W. Wood. Norwood Oral._«288-00

IQHT Hooded Buggy, £20; Fisk Dog-Cart,

£12; Fancy Dray, £12; Expresses, Spring Drays, Sulldc«.-Dodd, 95. Waymouthst. 289-91 MUSI' Sell, 100 Mprino 4-ttoth Ewes, in wo.il,

. 10/ each; will cut if; lambs .ginn in. «altin,' Reynella. _'¿83-00

¡"POST, BubbCT-tired Sulky, and Harness, or -IT separate.-P. C. Perkins, painter, Unlcy-r-l.,' opp. Town Hall. ? ._«88-90

QUIET, young Jersey Oow for Sale, just calved,

milk without bail; £5.-A. Lcllmann,

Quccn-at.. Alberton._289-91 '

STANCH Draught norsc any trial; also two

Helfen.-A. J. Wood, Thoraas-sc, Unley. _2S991

OTTLISH Prince Georgr, rubber tires, slightly Kr used; owner leaving State; big sacrifice; term, ran be arranged.-The Spencer Compy., Union-it.,

City.

fTXEN good Trollies, from 1 to 6 tons; also, scve IX ral light Vans, Drays, Carts, kc; cash or terms.-The ßpencer Coy., Union-st., City.

ENGLISH Waggons, with <i and 5 in. tires,

3-in. axles; also Tip-Drays, various sizes.

Tile Spencer Cbmpy.. Union-st., City._254c

rfWO Jereey Cows, splendid milkers; one makes I-*- II lb. butter week.-No. 70, Edward-it.,

Norwood._ KB 0-3 TTTANTED, One or Pair Young Ponies, trial, any »' harness; bay or black; state price, partieu lars.-H. Wohler«. Eudunda._290-3

TITASTED, Secondhand Wheel for tip-dray. » T height 4 ft, S in., S-in. tire. Reply where seen, E. Laughton & Co., Curric-st, Adelaide.

_2SO-9J_ WANTED, Secondhand, roomy Waggonette, to

carry 9, with top.-Holmes, Sullivan, and Dornwell, 85, Wsytnouth-st._2»90

IAH HORSES and Traps for Sale and Hire, 1UU from 5/ daily; Traille«, £20; Sulkie«,

£10: Drays, £8; Express, £12; Mamies, £10. Waple«, Criterion Stables, Dack "Advertiser," Waymouth-st.. Adelaide. le

150 TKHICLES' N1CTr ~* SECONDHAND, .*-'-'v from « Stone-Dray up to a Landan.

Largest Stock in Adelaide to choose from.

Easy Terms ii required. / J. BRID t CO..

i 42. WAYMOUTH-STREET. 12Saiua

CLIRKEDROTHrOC

QACHÍJUILOLJVO

Largs STORK of NEW and SECONDHAND VEHICLES at REDUCES PRICES. Secondhand ¡TchiclM taken in Exchange. Estimates given far «pairs. Easy terms. Write for catalogue.

CLARKE BRO!,

OOACHBUHDERS, FBANKLIN-STREET.

' «OcEiwxl7«

Buggies.

Phaetons.

Sulkies.

Rubber Tyres.

HIGHEST GRADE

LOWEST PRICES.

Oa.ll and inspect our well-assorted Stock,

OP write for Illustrated Catalogue.

NORTH BRITISHÏUBBER TYRES.

Fitted to Old or New Wheels.

DUNCAN & FRASER

FRANKLIN-STREET. ADELAIDE,

Near Q.P.O.

_ 247-09au:122

BUSINESS NOT.SES.

A STRIKING TESTIMONY

TO THE WORTH OP THE

Beale Pianos

M the fsct that Lyons k Co., of London, considered it worth their while to bring 20 of them 12,01.0 rrllrs to place m their new Strand Hotel, »hich .rill be the largest hotel in London.

Qstaloguts free.

CASH OR TERMS.

». JUUJDLB-STJBHO. ÍMÑM

MESSRS. BRIDGLAND & ATTERTON'S

PICNIC

The firm of Bridgland & Atterton held their annual picnic on Wednesday. The party, num- berring 70, left the city in three drags, and after an enjoyable drive arrived at Mrs. D. O'Connor's picnic ground at Clarendon. A capital programme of sports was provided. At the luncheon the fol-

lowing toasts were honored -"The firm," proposed by Mr. C. T. Hewitt, and responded to by Mr. F. H. Bridgland and Mr. E. Atterton, "The ladies,"   proposed by Mr. E. Stevenson, and replied to by Mrs. Milne; and "The employes," proposed by   Mr. F. Smith, and responded to by Mr. W. H. Loveridge. The following were the results of the sports -Ladies' "thread the needle" race. Miss   A. Rock, Miss F. Seery, Ladies' "winding the cot- ton race"-Miss A. Phiel, Miss L. Lanthois. Men's 130 yards handicap-E. Barns, E. Stevenson, P. Anderson. Kangaroo race-F. Smith, E. Barns.   Cricket match, ladies versus men-Men won. The     prizes were distributed by Mrs. Atterton. After tea a programme of dancing and singing was car- ried out. Miss McPherson, Brice and Anthony, and Mr. T. Thomson rendered songs. Music was   supplied by Loti's String Band.    

FRIENDLY SOCIETIES

A pleasing ceremony WTS performed at the Vic torr Lodge, U \ O D , No 37, Goodwood, on Wed nesday evening, when the grand secretary of the order, Bro K C Iticb»rd«on, on behalf of the members, presented I» A. Bro W II Smith with a m-u-hlo clock is a token of esteem on the occa

sion of his marriage_

"TMPOUVDTNTCS

(From the "Government Gazette" of October 15)

ARDROSS\N, J \V Pavy-Brown horse, saddle and collar inarki d, star on fon head, »gul, no brands visible Tn be sold October 24

RFDIHLL, A M Willis-Bay horse, saddle or buggy stamp, aged, saddle marked in lutinct

brand near shouldtr To be sold November 8

8H.DAÎÎ, r C Tucker -All red heifer, branded like ¡D on off rump To bo sold on Novtmber 7

?A . -.-1

Remember. "^""^

A good example is set by the people who take care of their teeth-and more of them every year use

Caívert's

Carbolic Tooth Powder

Sold by local Chemuti and Stores

Mad« by

F C Calvert & Co , Manchester EnÍland

PLANTS ANO SEEDS.

SPRAT NOW-For Aphis use MYSTIC SPRAY,

or Arms SPRAY, each 1/0 bottle For Scale, Mealy Bug, Red Spider, &c, use GAROO, in cans, at 2/ and 3/

For Curled Leaf use AMMONIACAL COPPER CARBONATE, 1/6 bottle.

For CODLIN MOTH use DISPERENE (Arsenate of Lead)

For BLACK SPOT use COPPER SODA MIX TURE.

Other Remedies on hand Spraying: Syringes in great variety Sole Agents for AUSTRAL AUTO SPRAY, the most up to date spray in existence, now being used in the Hawkesbury College,

NSW. Write for circular

E. B COX & CO, SEEDSMEN, &c..

Corner Bundle street and East terrace.

ADELAIDE. ISOe

EARLY TOMATOES.

Early Rubv, Earliana. Early Freedom, also Vo- lunteer, Ponderosa, Mikado, tie Cuban Queen, IXHII, Cole's Farly, XJipsy lee Cream and Floriila tarcrite Water Melons. Sweet Melons, Early Haekensack, Rocky Ford, &c Sugar Corn, Conn

trv Gentleman

E. & W. HACKETT,

SFEDSMEN. NURSERYMEV, 73, RUNDLE-ST.

Tel 350_61 50x53 «

SORGHUM SACCHARATüi:

ErULY AMBER CANT

PL WTRHS» FRll VD SORGHUM. 1IORSF TOiiTH M\T7F HICKORY M\G M\IZb MNm D\Y MUZr LUCBRN

LONG RI-D »\T> GLOBF MANGELS* TEAItL MILLFT (PENCILHRIA)

J ».PA NI SE MILI FT JOHNSON GK\<«

KENTUCKY mUE GRASS 1R4HTO GR»=ä SHI IPS BURN FT

LVI.GE RIS^UN' SUNFLOWER. COW PE\S.

E. & W. HACKETT,

SEFDSMrV,

T3 RUVfiL! STI.KFT 200W

FOULTRY. DOGS. BIRDS. &c.

Under this heao.ng (it prepaid). 1£ words, oat

insertion. 1/. three insertions. 2/cV

AT Tliver, Willcox, lo-dav-Pure While Wnn ^V dottes mein ling pnrj (¡look 2 SimDson Ileuses, \cUir¡f Gah mind Iron 1 mber

J>L\CK Orpingtons. Whi'e Leghorns Black

> Minoréis-Fp;rs reduced to 3/ sittii g -O K Depot. College street. Pi rtland _ ""fa-no

C1 Pill- RS Incubator, 1Î) cjnrs eapacllj, «or S.ih7

An'* Q h Rumaim c/o W J lliwlm^ Pulteney st_2SMU

MEDICAL.

EEEPw BASSMUSSEN

Tho ONLY CENU1NT DVNTSII HERBALIST in Australia confining himself to the prcptration ot Pure Herbal Remedies for the Cure of all Ncrvou-s Complaints, Blood, and Skin Disorders, Piles, ind Liver and Kidney Diseases. His celebrated Alfa 1 ne Herbal Remedies have been before the public for over twenty five years, a fact ia itself suffi- cient to show that thuy arc thoroughly genuine and reliable nerve strenj, thencr« 'and blood puri Oers. Sold in bottles at 1/, 6,, 12/, 23/0, and 43/0. Sufferers should write at once for price list and particulars, or call personally Advice is tree.

Address,

HERR RVSSMUSSEN',

15, PULTENEY-STREET. ADELAIDE 2G6c

NOTE NrW \DDRl.bS

aM'RNED out of Hospital as In

cunble -To J Templeton, celebrated hcrb.il practitioner, 203, Grenfell st east-Dear Sir-I wa»

laid up with rheumatism for two j years I tried e\crj thing, but

griduallj got worse, piral>sis get I in 1 then went to the hospital ' Aftir four months I was turned | out a« incurable Your herbat treatment bas cured me com pletelv W hen 1 commenced your treatment I o uld not stand on rm

li se, and was a complete cripple, but I can now , co about, drive horse and drav, and do a day's

work-Very gratcfullj, John Smith, Doncgal-st, I

Norwood.

VI turds of old standing and iipp sed incurable I cites csiefullv trrited and penuanint > cuied l,j the rurtst of Hcrl-il Mrdiune

NEW ».DDKESS-S, PULThMil STRFFT n«ar r xhihition_%>' 31jk

EVLTH, STRrNOTH, and VIGOR RhSTOkLD

in four Weeks by tin. Use o£

H

The only infalbble Rcmcdt to Nervous D.bihty Lsed for a quarter of a ccnturj with unparalleled and unpreredt nted suece-a throufh^ut he world. Dr Ricord ^ Kssnict. of Life rest res nunhoud to tbi most shattircd and dibihtjtcd wn-titutiona, regenerating all the important eleni nt of the hunan fran e. In ca«« of 12 or four quantities m one of 38/, freight ex'ra smill 1/, large 1/6

^Parcels forwarded. Pamphlets free. I

{totalled U «UCbeniMts. S7»a.92ES6v»mo 88

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