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  2. [?]CRIPPLED BY TERRIBLE ULCERS.

    "My husband, who is a driver, knocked [?] legs while he was troubled with vari[?] veins," says Mrs. M. Elliott, of 12 [?]ailie Street, North Melbourne, Victoria. ...

    Article : 264 words
  3. THE HOME COLUMN.

    I wish to every one of you Good things in bright array. And may your dearest wish come true To gladden Christmas Day. ...

    Article : 34 words
  4. FOR HOLIDAY TRAVELLERS.

    If going away for Christmas holidays, don't as so many people do, leave the packins till the last moment, for, if you do, a strap is sure to break, or something will go ...

    Article : 142 words
  5. A WIFE'S NEED.

    She must have a good temper, a cheerful disposition, and a knowledge of how her husband should be treated. She needs a capability of looking on the ...

    Article : 160 words
  6. WEATHER.

    The weather conditions during the past fortnight have been most trying. It is true that some days have been worse than others, but for the whole period we have ...

    Article : 175 words
  7. BRISBANE NOTES.

    St. Helena is still holding its place in the limelight. No sooner were the two inquiries into the escape of the convicts from the penitentiary concluded than ...

    Article : 351 words
  8. THE CLEVER SHOPPER.

    The wise shopper does not get things just because her neighbor has them. She does not get a thing because it is cheap, [?]or does she think that cost means ...

    Article : 131 words
  9. CRICKET.

    The Englishmen's showing in the match against an Australian Eleven, which concluded to-day, has not impressed cricket enthusiasts with their chances in the Test ...

    Article : 763 words
  10. FLIRTING.

    "Tis a game not worth the candle. Take advice, everyone, and don't try it; For though it is wildly engrossing, You never gain anything by it. ...

    Article : 500 words
  11. SHORTAGE OF SKILLED LABOR.

    The effect that the shortage of skilled labor is having and is likely to have in the future—unless there is some-amelioration of existing conditions—on primary and ...

    Article : 290 words
  12. PEOPLING THE STATE.

    During the week 59 new Queenslanders arrived by the Marathon, and advice was received of another 135—all but 14 nominated—coming by the s.s. Osterley, due at ...

    Article : 229 words
  13. WHAT DAD SAYS.

    Love may make the world go round, but it doesn't always seem to be able to make both ends meet. When a man tells you that he is in love ...

    Article : 87 words
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  16. DECEMBER WOOL SALES.

    The December wool sales, being the fourth of the 1911-1912 series, were held last week, when 39,289 bales were offered, of a value of about £600,000. As previously indicated, ...

    Article : 315 words
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