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Tungamah Shire Council MONDAY, 12th JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 23 January 1914

"■irmirHrafr—t— Tungamah Shire Council Monday, 12 h January. Present—Cra J, Ryan (President), Wadeson, Feil, Whibby, Mulqniney, Deagan, D. Ryan, Kelly, Ford, Hodge and Cummins. CORRESPONDENCE, From Postmaster-General's Ds parfmenb, - agreeing bo allow* the council bo construct and mainbaia a telephone line from Tungamah to Youanmibe under departmeubal supe* vision, the council bo provide certain poles, cartage and labor, and department bo supply wire, insulators pindles, etc , and io pay "he council the sum r.{£59 I7s 6d. The d°pvrf ->irn* . won Id 'oe. rial .■> h v.- h nttn-H of the per-ons who are to •i»u the maintenance:■ agreement.— G mncil to proceed with the work, Pre-idenb "Ryan, Crs C.umtnius and • 10"ige to' BigQ ii^reeinsu', From Lands D-*oarr<i>ent, stating bin the am >a >b t q iire l for-rhe*r; • 'W*l ..f'pcoupi-.cy^ -f?|aud %« y true* i ''"V d) f >r .us r as ■<. sheep -t jp £3 1*8 —R cMv,.d. F.mdo Pa'ilic W.rks D parbmeut, .ring t...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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NARING DIP v MUCKATAH. NARING DIP. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 23 January 1914

NARING DIP v MUOKATAH. XAH.IVG T>T7V W B nonftld, b Jones ... ... 20 R Tate, run out ... ... ... 26 f Gray, n sub, h J Parnell ... 15 W Kuokloy, b Joves .... 16 G Lynch, b .1 Parnell ... ... 6 W A Dona'd, b M Parnell.., - .... 3 F Freswell, c Rub, b J Farnoll ... 9 S C*rui», b J Parnell ... ... 0 A Sullivan, o Murchison, b J Parnell 2 M Lynch, b J Parnell ... ... 0 A William", not out ... ... 1 Sundries ... ... ... 4 Total 102 Bowline;—J Parnell 6 for 38, M Parnell 1 for 24, J Jones 2 f <r 38. rtfUCKATAH J ,T >ncs, c B 'ctley, b G Gray ... 7 J Parnell. not out... ... ... 30 W Murchison. b F Fretwell ... 0 P Parnoll. o W Donald, b C Gray ... 0 M Parnell, b C Gray ... ... 3 J Bradstreet, b 1: Gray ... ... 9 Sundries ... ,,, ... 1 Total ... ... ... 66 Bowling—F Fretwell 1 for 26, C Gray 4 for 21, W B Donald 0 for 8.

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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CRICKET. NUM[?]RKAH v KATAMATITE. KATAMVTITE. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 23 January 1914

CRICKET. NUM'. RKAH v KAT VMATITE. KATAMVTITE. F Charles, b Mar-hill ... ... 61 S Barnes, st Wiriama, b Staggard... 6 ft Wilahire, b Marshall ... ... 5 A J Chalmers e Leo, b Marshall ... 0 J H«vme, b haggard ,,, ... 26 W Elisson. b Staggard ... ... 1 A McLean, sr WMiams. b Staggard 0 L Tainah, c Staggard, b Lee ,,, 4 T Tate, no' out ... ... ... 0 P Vale, c Jordan, b Marshall ...' 6 O Eliaeon, h Marshall ... ... 4 Sundries ... ... ... 9 Total 122 Bowling—Staggard 4 for 31, A Mar sht»li 5 for 17, R L»0 I for 21. J Jordan 0 for 30, G Selleek 0 for 14 NTTMURKAH. W Williams, h O Eliason ... ... 1 A M >rshal', run out ... ... 1 J Jordan, o Eliason.,. ... ... • 12 G Selleek, not out ... .„ 7 G Stagg-ird, c Tate, b Va'e ... 14 R Symmons, c and b Vale... ... 6 R Lee, at, b Charles ... ... 1 W Bennett, lbw, b Vale ... ... " 0 J Roekclifl, o and b Vale ... ... 1 G S< grave, not out ' ... ... 1 Sundries ... ... ... 4 Total ... ... ... 48 Bowling—J Heyme 0 for 14 0 Eliason 2 for 20...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 23 January 1914

MELBOURNE MARKETS. The Australian Estate? and Mortgage Ihmipany Limi ed, report :— Merieos. foil-wools, supers. 8^ • ; average, 7ji "> 7^"i ; comeback and fine cross won's. supers, 8d to 8|d; aversge, 7^d to 7^1 ; good, 7^d to 7^d ; lambs, fine, 7|< ; do. coarse, 7^1 to 7£d ; Lincoln and rough crossbred, to 7d ; medium crossbred. 7|-d to 7£d supers. Hides.—Victoria" -•-led, heavy stout, 8^1 to 9^' ; =hp>'v, to 8d : meriinm ston\ 8|-' 'o 8|' ; Usht ssl«, 8d to8Ji ; kip, 8 G" 8| , s'.ag hides, 6^d per ib. C* fskins it tr .• from cuts and light, 10d per lb. ; heavies, to 7fd ; horse hides to 13s each, Tallow.—Prime mixed, white colour, to £28 10s per toD ; goo' mixec: £27 5s; averpge, £25 to £26 10a ; inferor, soft, £22 bo £*24 ; tin% £21 10s to £28. Adamson, Strettle and Co. report:— Stores.—Good sorts were again scarnp. Best lengthy aeon stores making 88s to 45? ; others from 80s ; slips,; 25s to 26s; suckers 15s to 19s. Porkers. Prime, 48s to 52s, few to 56s ; prime...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 23 January 1914

Hot? hard it often is to earsa ccril maintain a good reputation, asta how easy it is to loss oae. As with a ffiaa'3 reputations es> it is with other things in this life. Some things achieve a reputation which stays with them. They are rounded on intrinsic value. Tliey :'ace the public backed up by honesty, and work their way quietly and thoroughly. Nuinur kah people want 110 better proof oi merit than is contained in the fol lowur^ experience : Mr H. Frampton, Quinn-street, Numurkah, says : Five years ago I took a course of Doan's Backache Kidney Pills for severe pains in my back, and other symp toms of kidney dAcrder, and.I am pleased to say this? taey cured me. The pleasing pjss cf ssy cure b tfec/i. is has provo'.l psaaaeafc, fa? I haw? fessa fee cf M&nsy com* plaint ever sitsca. PsiyJous to tak ing Boards Bacfechs ESiSaey Pills I used to suffer agony from back ache, the pain being at tfees very severe, this being especially the ease if I stooped or moved quickly. I al...

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The Claims of the Worker. A LIBERAL MEASURE. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 23 January 1914

The Claims of the Worker. A LIBERAL MEASURE. The gratifying success of Mr Watt : and his colleagues, the ending of little . d tierences in the Liberal Party are, * it is hoped, the prelude to earnest V.. "Work in Parliament. One of "the j "Urgent measures requiring immediate -y attention is the Workers' Gompen reflation Bill. To some extent it has h 'always been recognised that the man ■who is disabled whilst about his work ' is eutitled to compensation. Even "ytrhen the law was wholly nnsatis - ^factory, many wealthy employers and ' Jaiany wealthy companies treated those f||wha were maimed whilst about their j^gwork with generosity. But there are fgllpme mean and many poor employers. |l|frh<3 mean ooe will not pay if by any |f|iegal quibble he can escape his lia bility ; the poor one cannot pay, for he §1|b lighting hard for a bare livelihood. §|||rhe measure submitted by the Watt flllMinistry last session provid s for «11 tfffthese cases. It makes the insurance §;§|b£ e...

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The Caledonian Gathering. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4. MAKING THE ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 23 January 1914

The Caledonian Gathering. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY £. MAKING THE ARRANGE MENTS. 'A well-attended meeting: of the Oale inian Society was held on Friday even the Chiet (Mr D. Ro -s) presiding. It was reported that the booths, sold at day, had brought good prhes, the blican's l^.oth realising £36. Mr W, , Campbell was accorded a vote of ianks for effecting the sales free of >st. The Railway Department wrote that in3 would be available for the sports m Tocumwal, Picola, Cobram and Sjbepparton, and that the time-table was £beiog prepared. ^Several applications from side-show ^proprietors were received for spaces, and [ these were referred to the ground com i mittee. "Some discussion followed a sugges • tion that a pipe band be engaged, and eventually it was agreed that the gath t ering would " not be a gathering" with • out pipe music, and £30 was voted for the purpose. Mr Qs.nl, of Bendigo, a gentleman Wall recommended, was ch'Sen as jnd.e . for piping and dancing. It was reported that me...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 23 January 1914

gasp. ~ ' : - ---- The KABO sets up a new standard in Corset value, and provides at an every-day price that which is high-grade and the acme of perfection in style and quality. Without question the KABO is the finest Corset value. It is loop-laced, has no brass eyelets, cannot rust, break, or tear, and is boned to give that much-desired grace of movement and attractiveness in style. Your appearance, your ■p. ? m „ comfort of mind and body, %Ul| M depend on your Corset. 'a' ■ See the New Season's Styles 2S <&52& Be Always Al See the Newest Styles at BROWN, CORKE & GO'S-, NUMURKAH Nurse Evans of Tasmania and Victoria, writes her opinion of CLEMENTS TONIC <9 Provost Street, Nth. Melb., iS/t/li CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "I have beea nursing : for twenty years iu Tas mania and Victoria, so my experience covers a lengthy period. When patients are weak and low, a nurse must know the best medi cine to give a patient. Some I have nursed have been so il...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 23 January 1914

B1LT.IA.KDS.— Up-to-date table, electric light; all conveniences.—Shamrock Hotel. <£455 Cask Prises £455 Sbepparfon s6th Annual Car* nival, ICth and 11th FEBRUARY, 1914. MAGNIFICENT Programme of Pedes trian, Cycling, Athletic, Highland Dancing, etc. £1b Band Contest, 115 Sbeppart n Gift. The acknowledged gala day of the Goulburn Valley. Brilliant and Gorgeous Pyrotechnic Display by the Phoe nix Company, Melbourne. Special Trains l»ave Numurkah at ln.7 a.m. and 1< .35 a.m. (stopping at all stations) on J 1th Feb ruary, returning same night. Excursion Fares, Special Engagement of Star Ar tists and Attractions. JOHN STUBRS, Secretary. Numurkah Caledonian Society. SPOUTS BETTING SUPPRESSION AOT, 1901. NOTICE is hereby given that no person will be permitted to wager or bet or offer to make or pay or promise to pay any wager or bet *t the Caledo ian Sports to b-r he'd at the AgricuUural Show Gn unds, Numurkah, on Wednesday, 4th February. 1914. Any person who w? ger •...

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THE RAINFALL [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 23 January 1914

THE RAINFALL The following is the rainfall as regis*, tared at the Kumnrkah gauge from 18&© II £1 68*11 68*11 PSZZ 09H £1*1 0£'£l 81*01 09*11 96*91 OO'H 21*61 96*21 81*81 £9*11 60*92 68*81 £9*81 £1*12 £2*61 99*82 19*01 81 0 1 9F *[ €8*0 10*0 28'0 88*2 02*8 iro 18*0 — 88*0 08*0 29*0 211 01*8 96*0 8F0 01*0 88*1 20*0 £8*1 laqtasosfl zr 61*1 9LZ *0*0 £9*0 £0*1 82*0 08*0 18*0 26*1 2£'0 OFO £6*0 — 12*0 *2*2 02*2 69*1 £9*1 LYZ 69*0 89 0 £2*1 98 LO £ 99 I 91*2 69*1 02*1 9£'l 88*0 86*0 81*1 86*0 — 06*0 9F9 89*1 08*2 88*1 19*1 fO'S 88*0 jaqo^oo 10 I 12 2 89 6L'Z on 68*0 10*8 ZL'O 89*1 20*1 OYO 68*3 90*1 98*1 88*0 80*1 89*2 19*1 99 0 19*0 SYZ OYZ *■" jaqraajdag 86 2 68*1 02"! £92 99*0 00'2 *8*0 690 on 80*2 82*1 86*1 2 £'8 £9*0 88*1 18*2 9VI 09*8 O'.'T 29*1 99*8 6**0 :jim3try 99.1 69* 81'* I £81 POZ 21*2 18*1 *9*0 sn 12*1 62*0 81*1 19*1 09*0 18*0 80*2 in 88*1 98*2 20*8 2**0 08'0 * ^Inf 91 Z L'Z 69-0' £9*1 20 I 92" I 08*2 9** I 00*1 LO'Z 90*8 89*8 81*2 19*1 92*1 12*8 19*1 12*1 OfS 96*8 6...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 23 January 1914

A HOME. THE . . Telegraph Hotel NUMURK AH. Bottle Department a Specialty. L. A. SYMmOSS, Proprietress. JAMES WILLIAMS, LAND AGEiST, NUM'J^KAH. ADVISES having disposed of some twenty thousand ponnds worth of land and property (since lsst report) and has several buyers still misapplied. O" Farmers thinking of selling will do well to give me particulars, as I have a good buyer waiting for a picked block around the Nnmnrkah district JAMES WILLIAMS. Jas. Heyme, KATAMATITE. AGENT FOR JOHN DARLING & SONS. WHEAT BOUGHT any time and in any quantity See -me before selling elsewhere. WOOL CONSIGNED. TRUCKS ORDERED, AND STOCK CONSIGNED FREE Of charge. Agent for The Ocean Accident and Guarantee Co. Ltd, Live Stock, Crops and Stacks Insured. Agent for the Buckeye Harvester Co. A- A. ABOTOMEY, F S*6J (Fellow Spencer Optical Institute). QUALIFIED EYESIGHT SPECIALIST Known all over. South Australia, .—WILL VISIT KUMUBKAH—AH day Friday to 11.SO a.m. Sa'urday, February 6 and 7, at Shamrock Hot...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 23 January 1914

fell Worth a Trial TOOTHACHE DROPS One drop on wadding always eSeotive. Is. a bottle. Straw Hat Cleaner. Sd« a packet. Old hats made to look new. Antisepetic Shampoo, Removes Dandruff and makes - bait soft and gloBsy.' Is. 8d, a jar. Bac&ache and Kidney Pills, le. 6d. a bottle. This is a specially good line. LIVER PILLS. Is, a bottle. Splendid for Billionsneas gnd 3lt3ggieh livers, Carnation P6wd©r9 Delightfully perfumed. Is a tin, Orders by mail, telephone e? coach dispatched promptly. ' 'Phone 22 Y, G&eiaist,

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Telephone Charges. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 23 January 1914

Telephone Charges. The following are the charges for tele phone communication for the first three minutes, and for each additional three minafces or part thereof, from Namarbab to the various places mentioned Ardmona 4d 8d Barooga, N.S.W, 4d Sd Berrigan, N.S.W, 8d 6d Chiltern 1/4 !/• Cobram 4d 1/ Oorowa, N.S.W. 1/ 6d Cosgrove 8d ,6d Deniliqnin. N.S.W. 1/4 8d Doobie 8d 9d Echuoa i/ 9d Finley, N.S.W. 1 9d Katamatite 8d 6d Kyabram 8d 6d Merrigum 8d 6d Mooroopna 4d 8d Mulwala, N.8.W. 8d 6d Nathalia 2d 2d Oakland*, N.S.W. 1/4 !/• Picola >8d 8d Rutherglen 1/4 Shepparton Sd 8d Strathmerton 2d 2d Tallygaroopna 2d 2d Tatars 8d 6d Tangamah 1/ 9d W unghnu 2d 2d Yabba North 8d 6d Yarrawonga 8d 6d Yarrowevah 8d 8d Yielima 4d 8d Youanmite * 8d 6d Tatars switches—Echaca, Kyabram and Merrigum. Sbeppartoh switches—Gosgrove, Kat amatite, Dookie, Tabba North- and Y ouanmite Nathalie switohes—Pieola and Yie lima. Mnoroopna switohes—Ardmona.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 23 January 1914

SOROSES LIQUID FACE POWDER. In these days of ont of door life— motoring, golfing, boating, etc,—a re liable and harmless liquid powder Is one of the necessities of life. Soroses Liquid Face Powder is fonnd by experts to bo a parfeotiy Invaluable preparation and a deaided improvement on the old-fash • toned dry powder. Besides improving the appearance it acts aa a shield to the delicate ekln of the face against hot winds, dust, smuts, and other estranoooa matter. Price 2a 2d. Obtainable at all chemfata and stores. " Brevity is the soul of wit." insss's Oca Day Cold Tablets can Oasa & c«3 fey, nt89i Qm 8W|q|i There is nobody who doe# not need Printing of some kind. The Business man requires the numerous lines that are called for is fcho regular course of his operations. In addition, iff h® be Sto and up-to-date, bo should hare circulard and price liote to supplement his nawspspor cf&rortioi&g in keeping his customers, present end groopsotiro, in touch with wfea...

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POSTAL RATES AND RECULATION[?] [Where the term "The Coommon wealth" is used in connection with thes[?] rates and regulations it includes Papua Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island. LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 23 January 1914

| POSTAL RATES AMSJ RECULATSefttt [Where the term "The Coomm' wealth" is used in connection with thea* rates and regulations it includes Papua Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island/ LETTERS. For ©very J ounce or fraction thereof. For delivery within the Common wealth 0 1 For delivery in the British Em pire 0 1 For delivery in the New Hebrides, Banks, and Torres Islands ,. 0 8 Fo.r delivery in other places .... 0 2j LETTER CARDS. For delivery within the Commonwealth ^ Single, Id. each ; reply, Id. each half For delivery in the British Empire (oa list of places under "Letters")—Saa ^ gle Id. eaoh. For unlivery in New Hebridea, Banks and Torres Islands—Single, 3d. ©a«5h For delivery in other p±ae«3— Single Sid. each. POST CARDS. Single Postcard© impressed with tb td. sunup, and Reply or double cards each half of which hao the Id. etamj impressed thereon, may be traiismittei to places w ithin the Commonwealth, am to those places, enumerated undei "Letters/' to which letters may b( transm...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 23 January 1914

WEDDING BELLS   CONNELLY—WARD. A very picturesque wedding was cele- brated at St. Mary's Star of the Sea Church, W. Melbourne, on 1st January, when Mr James Connelly, second youngest son of the late Michael and the late Bridget Connelly, of the Goulburn Valley district, was married to Miss     Anne Ward, twin daughter of Mrs A.   Ward and the late Michael Ward, North Melbourne. The ceremony was perfor- med by the Rev Father O'Dwyer Admin.     The bride, who was leaning on the arm of her brother, looked charming in her   magnificent bridal dress of white patiette silk trimmed with guipure lace and caught with orange blossoms. She wore a beau-     tiful worked veil, arranged in cap shape and finished with a chaplet of orange blossom. She carried as a bouquet white flowers and maiden hair fern. The bridesmaids were the Misses K and M. Ward, sisters of the bride. The &...

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An Impounding Decision. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 23 January 1914

An Impounding Decision. A question of some importance to     cattle owners who consign stock to auc-   tioneers for sale, respecting their lia-         bility when impounded, recently came   by way of appeal before a country     sessions court. A number of cattle were consigned to a firm of auctioneers, and placed in a paddock until a price   could be obtained for them. Some of   the cattle escaped from the paddock, and were impounded hy the municipal   authorities and the auctioneers were   proceeded against and sued for a breach of the muncipal ordinance. The ordinances provided that if any ani-     mal be found straying in any public place the owner or person in charge shall be liable to a penalty not -     ing £5 nor less than 5s, unless he &amp...

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Presentation to Mr Andrew O Neill. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 23 January 1914

Presentation to Mr. Andrew O'Neill.   There was a very pleasant evening       spent at the Courthouse Hotel, Natha- ilia, on Tuesday evening of last week, when members of the A.N.A. and other     friends united to give a send-off to Mr.       A. O'Neill and to present to him a small memento of their esteem and regard, previous to his return to New South Wales, where he now has his home. Mr. P. Nugent, President of the Na- halia Agricultural Society, and Presi- dent of the A.N.A., presided, and after the toast of The King had been duly honored he proposed Our Guest. He said he had known Mr. O'Neill practi- cally all his life. As a boy he had exhibited the same good qualities they found in him as a man. He had taken a great interest in matters for the wel- fare of the district, and was never found wanting either with his personal assist- ance or financial aid to further...

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MR [?] BRYCE. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 23 January 1914

MR DAVID BRYCE   The sad news has just been received     of the accidental death, on Wednesday of last week, of Mr David Bryce, of Aiya Vale, near Ariah Park, N.S VV., youngest son of Mrs and the late John Bryce, formerly of Dunbulbalane, Mr Bryce was returning from Ariah Park with a big waggon loaded with manure. When about five miles from the town, coming down a small hill, he was in the act of applying the brake when his foot slipped and he fell, the front- wheel passing over his leg, crushing it from the thigh to the knee, Mr Bryce had the presence of mind to throw himself clear of the second wheel, also to stop his team and call to his man, who was on in front. Mr W. Burkitt ran to the nearest farm house, half-a mile dis tant, and telephoned into Ariah Park for medical aid. Mr Robert Bryce, who was in the town, came with all possible haste with a doctor and nurse to the scene of the accident. Ths doctor ad ministered chloroform to Mr Bryce...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 30 January 1914

j. c. -piper, YIELIMA. Blacksmith. ALL mm OF MACHINERY REPAIRED. HARVESTERS A SPECIALITY. Wood Work Made and Repaired. A. gent for T. Robinson's Famous FEDERAL HARVESTERS AND ■ ALL FARM IMPLEMENTS. A HOME. THE . . Telegraph 1 NUMURKAH. BottI© Department a L. A. SYMWLONS, Proprietress. Jas. Heyme, KATAMATITE. AGENT FOR JOHN DARLIilS & SONS. WHEAT BOUBHf in any quantity Bee me before selling elsewhere. WOOL CONSISTED, TRUCKS ORDERED, AND STOCK CONSIGNED FREE Of charge. Agent for The Ocean Accident and Guarantee Oo. Ltd, Live Stock, Crops and Stacks Insured. Agent for the Buckeye Harvester Co. A A. ABOTOFYiEY? FS-IU, (Fellow Spencer Optical Institute). QUALIEiED EYESiCHT SPECIALIST Known all over South Australia, —WILL VISIT:— NUMUBKAH—All day Friday to 11.30 a.m. Saturday, February 6 and 7, at Shamrock Hotel. NATHALIA—9 to 2,30 p.m. Thursday, Pebiuary 12, at Court House Hotel. STR iTHMERTON.— 4 pm. Monday to 12,30 Tuesday, February 9 and _10, at Railway Hotel, Also every two m...

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