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RUTHERGLEN EXPERIMENT FARM. GUIDE TO EXPERIMENTS, 1913. (A. E. V. Richardson, M.A., B. Sc., Agricultural Superintendent, in the "Journal of Agriculture.") [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 23 February 1914

I RUTHERGLEN EXPERIMENT FARMl;; . G ULI4E .TO ' XPEIMENTS, 1913. (A . .. E V ichard.son, M.A.. B Sc., SAgrioultural Superintendeat, ;in. i' .-:th Joinural of Agriiulture. The Rutherglen Viticultural Collee RiescriVe 0 omprises 980 acres ''of ,land1, ot . l::h i i-: son e' (i0 . ' res .i;avi ei cj:-c . plf i ull : it]? phlivllo. e iir e'n ist.it ioth 1ic^stO(es, iMl;d 20 ,ras (1 R mya iavo'be tn e r( e n1te uionn ers.i "oi-jxQ lm i :h.froparatib. reconstf tthoe tlidi:fh i; ? t u f iless ofilth-' e: in;-. ce s1autniot'ia?gs'-^of'-,the iem-nd ei,^ pil 1tl.a?,i l. i cg h.are, a ail a-be d .isi . .ain ..' , sa? . i . . g num bers. . *of'eratid iitifth-reconsgtitultior thor nrasetie 0usefulnress of the in sltutiytionl utilising Ithe: *f aim arca as: pn haxpcinen.tFarh ?i . .the .p rose tin o static rciatelych recoraded vpr:e n .ia?tgi lti agricultrral uir -so. ath? ·o farom lt:-seplf ia , sele-o t riota^na by, ccly^ s tion o i oivesi oitins adl tIias Sonditioe onceiid poblems i elv iu roa...

Publication Title: Port Fairy Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ADVICE BY A LADY DOCTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 23 February 1914

One of tuepulliartn i the pics oiati '?":y,.'·:.. saia :D i:. Mary: Schsh'iiel:: let?tiing ak the : Lo'doni Instuituie oi * Hycgiene 1'tely, is that we hne 'a' p ci feet- doetrmiiination?.e we. i.ill ..suffer no pain weo cani possibly avod, "id tha?t iwe will be er y unp'sira d and dis -agreeablrie hen i...n is iv.itable "Becalie.--e feel ike" 'that she 'o seived have li-e aendenc. y take 'dr uo's to"relieve 'nns l is puot l;the p:in hi ,dli-xi?e 'ha?{lii.vg ; a hoped is chars sEe t;erit ?i 1 i En??ish . This is nos. he si it' enwiaabled Captain Scot&?'o write~sevu..uighlst or nine rieyll cheef?? l ets;ishsse iatched his comp?ipn.os die tad feil tih-t ht himself Smust sg in1'an iouro;i'dittble )more." .'1 hose i::xx hiiii 'anc 0o suffei- land he stiono, she 'said 'must' noi take those destruictive o~ s hoiise .ames Bind in ;.- She nam led' suphonSal1 veironal, md chici 'i with the w tinsn'ithat1 none Ctiese 'sou!: d bebtakenf; excep?-under theil imdate dir eoion1 of the d~oc...

Publication Title: Port Fairy Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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H.M.A.S. Sydney Arrives. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 23 February 1914

H.M.A.S. Sydey Arip i H.M.A. warship Sydnev . i: in Port Fairy bay at 4.30 th?r'i, noon. The original arra was that the Svdney w?arange0i. this port to-morrow (Tuo esal the alteration at the last,' completely upset the local rec arrangements. The navaletes and cadets and the borough OE cil were ready early in te f o to go out to the Sydney, tref cruiser was. not sighted nt o'clock this afternoou, When was about 20 miles oute5 mayor and town clerk welc"o the commander, on behalf of townspeople, and the commai returned his thanks. It is, derstood the warship will be to inspection in the morning

Publication Title: Port Fairy Gazette
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AMONG THE KINGFISH. SPORT FOR STRONG MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 23 February 1914

SPO ' ALFOR STIONG( ? EN. Ti:-: laii- aionst, il' Zealind fishLi ma rid i, hosf? - ?bioal.~ s i? ri!?pifo suit o'f thli qiiehg,-··'l}: '6ai~~;:t?~;'hi:'i;?i~ lflir' ga::E' dk wersf:iroicdn. ah stin subelinih sever phirts 6fohk~htc~os;bt Sinch i s j51iliiit Euy ro Islinclls" fh g li tin lshsfi' qu~eitly eauoght near.4ink d butl th wi teis around Caipe BLeftand tihe bryf of Isiands 'ip?eart b?,- a .ipaiicula:li favorite -hanit of the fis'ld thle .x collent sh'lt erifor i;u]nnii-che ?tlia va.t1:is able there ii dase of eimde?engc" lgc!gv assists in :m kiigi k tin :lcrtis ,i pr f the coit an ide al fisfmiinigou.r?ciitii -. "Rod fishiung,. s.ys\?:?DA€"r , ( iecent: :visitor'), :'is Iusuii ll er?or'd:. as hie gdetle:t bt agsibi '?pfis s i1fed to kingfishinig itis quite, a misioimi ? I found it. :to 1betbiorirtthe mosidot stieme ous physica l 'exeri? ? 'thamt I haie li dertak iafr} inian.,years ;litv?'oikl •require cosidefi:bie; enidurance::o o:I !ow: it rui onltiiiisrrosly-: buit fr lo?ou...

Publication Title: Port Fairy Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 23 February 1914

Personal. Mr P. A. McAnulty, a former resident of Port Fairy, is now act ing as managing clerk for Mr F. H. Tuthill, solicitor, Melbourne and Geelong. On Friday last the Rev. J. Barn ingham received official intimation from the defence department that he had been appointed Protestant chaplain to the naval forces at Port Fairy. The Rev Mr Beck, of Ballarat, conducted both the morning and evening services at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church on Sunday. Mr Woodhead, an inspector of the Colonial bank, is again visiting Port Fairy on his annual inspection of the accounts of the local branch. Mrs WVall, whose health has not been satisfactory during her resi dence at Footscray, has come to Port Fairy for a brief stay with her relatives. The Anglican Bishop ( Dr. Green) is to visit Camperdown early in Aprit. Amongst bowlers Mr J. Jackson, Port Fairy, was acclaimed the hero of the hour, he having played a magnificent game when assisting his rink to victory for the cham pionship on Saturday. M...

Publication Title: Port Fairy Gazette
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Sporting. RACING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 23 February 1914

Sporting. RACING. The Caulield races, run on Saturday, resulted as under : - St. Clair Trial, Upright (3 to 1) 1, Amnata 2, Rent Lock 3. Alma Stakes, Raheen (3 to 1), 1, Leucops 2, Van Biene 3. Woodcliff Handicap, St, Vano (3' to 1) 1. Loch Amos 2, Atora and Chi Chi dead heat for third. Futurity Stakes, Brattle (12 to 1) 1, Cider 2; Rathlea and Royal Laddie dead heat for third. Steeple chase, (Camasade (8 to 1) 1, Enchanted States 2, The Miser 3. Hawksburn Handicap, Gold Brew (5 to 1) 1, Averse 2, Oweenee 3, -o

Publication Title: Port Fairy Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PENSHURST PICKINGS [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 23 February 1914

PENlSHURS'T PIChlNGs Mr N. Lee is leaving the district. A meeting of the seaside excur -ion committee will be held on Thursday, and will be followed by a public meeting to consider matters in relation to the proposed swim ing baths. Dr. Sweetnam is still working actively in the interests of local telephone subscribers. Aii'- agita tion has been commenced throng out the district for a better trunk line service to Terang, and with this view Dr. Sweetman is having a petition signed by the local sub scribers. The annual meeting of the Pens hurst coursing -club was held on Saturday night. A credit balance of 14s was shown. It was decided to again form a club for the coming season, the membership fee being fixed at 5s Application be made for the position of slipper. Mr Gannon was appointed the club's delegate to a meeting of the Western District clubs to be held at Camper down on the 26th inst. It was de cided to apply for the following dates for the enusing season :-May 14 or 21, July 2 ...

Publication Title: Port Fairy Gazette
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BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 23 February 1914

BOWLING. The championship rink competition in connection with the district bowling association took place on the Warrnam bool green on Saturday, and resulted in some keen contests between rinks from Warrnambool, Terang, Camperdown and Port Fairy. The greed was in ex cellent order, and played keen and true. In the first rounds played in the morh ing both Camperdown teams were de feated, and one Warrnambool and one. Terang team were also put out, leaving a team each from Warrnambool abd Terang to meet two Port Fairy teams in the semi-finals. These took place in the afternoon, and resulted in the defeat of Warrnambool and Terang, leaving the Port Fairy teams to fight out the final. A very- keen contest was witnessed, victory eventually resting with the team captained by Reidy by two points. Next Saturday the match for the champion player of the association will take place on the Warrnambool green when the champion player from each of the associated clubs will meet for the coveted honor...

Publication Title: Port Fairy Gazette
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KIRKSTALL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 23 February 1914

KIRKSTALL RACES. The following are the entries for the Kirkstall races, to be held on Saturday next : Maiden hack - Belleville, Neaptide, Not Yet, Clodden, Lylock, Glen Elgin, Brassi, Burzaha. Kirkstall Picnic Cup-Yours and Mine, Lady Hamlet, Ochre, Black Flag, Hay mow, Not Yet, King Kirk, The Marquis, Scottish Club, Kabibinokka, Golden Vale, Vodski. Handicap hack --Glen Elgin, Yours and Mine, Belleville, Lylock, Port Lad, The Marquis, Banaroo, The Wad, First Star, Brassi, Storm, Me Smith. Korongah Trot-Harper, John Rex, .Marden, Lady Nell, Necklace, Bouquet, Cream Bell, Magic, Miss Brightness, Victory. Novelty pony race-Golden Ray, Lady Arden, Roluma, Moya, Fairy Port, Phyllis, Beryl, Belton, Dora, Una, Searchlight, Little Mary, Piccolo, Sam son, Alice Grey, Lady.Beware, Fairydale, M. J Gleeson's nomination. Ladies' Bracelet-Lady Hamlet, Ochre, Black Flag, Kabibinokka, Lylock, Not Yet, King Kirk, The Marquis, Scottish Club, A.H.B., Golden Vale, Bright Kirk, Vodski, Me Smith, Storm....

Publication Title: Port Fairy Gazette
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LAUNDERING CURTAINS AND CHINTZES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 23 February 1914

I AUNDERMitUif0199 l "' AN 1 1iist Shiahe and biiuh ito :get .d ge r -as uindiiucdirt Ofnd dust as :'ssibl. N e;-T!iowll.;isoiled!eloihcs ori laiels u - dto 'ie'abouti n a damp. wsh- ouse, or 16iyfvhere'whre;tley- il .bec6o.ie daup elore they' e-: fairly :wettl .; OQi :io acouirt .Tis:t particle bf :soda par s r i iiiafi, or l hytiyhing-of tI;;e kind t is ruiition to most,-.olred rtsicies -Ailow plenty of witcr, iust -as ihot a.s ?lie :eia:nds eani boi -ir : pleiitf: of- ?oom .iil?ie trib ol"p in'IUs soft soap,- if possible. Mako ia ap ; -jell. withi apouind o yelow soapn p to t qwts of water :Sinu.i r . t.i:cle iucepain for ii' ohl:.iur- iith6oti-0ilt Ilio - Uhn: audcl cnougli-'e!1. :La i -soars,^: lather it ; i o:a.g ral i, li . b . done, tbehgwatcWi-.i i ,h:ich " tho iie l:iave bec iiiVaslied .or isisd 'throu.-i; w ill;if :id qiud? :waimdt i 'i s -wc for colo ui ed t iingss r thti ii i;wlnic untusliis oasiilk~shat o-.-scd- hll oUg --coiid time prioidedl noosodanor; any thiig of t...

Publication Title: Port Fairy Gazette
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SIX CURES FOR SHYNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 23 February 1914

SIX CURES FO : SHYNE$. $!SS 1- t\..i lieutb ct;,hi.?.:otihe? pe;ople a~?ci; ' pretby aenoa i, sr?:nto i?ri.c ust as· sls.hy,: o ?t - you as yoi iae ot thevi~c irI ihb? -e donu't show t at -ill.- T 1t. o 'put ,iet .at their ease, :and b3 thc .?imae you ',:~ hI done so you will be quite at eas. you' self. ,2. Get firmly into your-mud m ::d:.:.:fi; f iTc that. the re is no d sgrace at a=ll; :being shy, and that you needn h..';: bit shy- of admitting ithat you 're ssiy:: Mauny of theo' gratest men 'nd won o the w0orld ihas ei r kunowa have .,ee.-i trouhbld in the aIne way all thogl;d i.a:i * 3. Don't ph)1I b'forehanid w .xhat a you?:" are gooig to say or do, oi Ihis ti, only help you to be uervouns and ut- : ' ' rind. Fill. mor mind at:it somiethimi: else till the greater moment comes,0 andit theu speak or act quite natiurally. : 4. Renmember tha;lt no one is thilnk ing half as much about3 you as you are aiboutl yourself. l'The1refore dozens of little trifles-ann unfortunate ,v"rd :,r a...

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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 23 February 1914

OF RURAL INTEREST (By "Rusticus.") The possibilities' of poultry on Lhe fa m are not generally realised. That olass of live stock is mostly Y regarded as being beneath the notice of the or dinary farmer. He regards it as fit only for the attention of women. Buit on the farms in wheat areas particular ly, where it is possible to raise cheap food in plenty for the feathered sLock. it is worth while to give serious cn sideratio'i to some facts and figures. 1ne million sterling represents the yearly production of .poultry and eggs in Victoria. It looks a large amount, but no fear need be entertained of over-produotion; Last year Great :Britain imported over £8,000,000 worth ,f eggs, winch can be exported from this State when at their lowest price, iand be landed in the overseas market at a. time when they bring the best .value. Eggs ini shell and in pulp of .the value of £30,000 were exported o.;om Victoria in 1913; this notwith standing the fact that high prices rul ied both for poultr...

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BUSINESS FRIENDSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 23 February 1914

*BU1S~WES FEICDSHIPlr 'There is no friendship in business," that is the verdict of the cynic; hece is ouis There is no succcss in busianss is ithout £rvindshiP . You have to be feiends xi ~th your suppliers, with your cusiocrs with your assistants, and CV~ xiti ~ 5Woompe1)StitOr.· You %ai ilot ~5ff1ii!, siplyl1 canuot afford to be Sucss .in business, no matter what your lines oV ySisr position, depends s'u' nuany things, but upon none nore than the power t~o inak e andt kee PI1si of friends. - "To have friendS -be one." T-- "ts five words Elbert EIubb31~r has s~uxnxled up the e~xxtire scieflCe,. ph'il osphas mani aut of maokin an ~ keop in friendsu

Publication Title: Port Fairy Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LEADING PORT OF THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 23 February 1914

TiHi E iLAD PORT OF THE WO R LD. LTnh veiry latest cstimates of the ivalue of the exports and imports of the ten leading ports of the world show ti;hat Nen York new stands at the head of the list, with an .adtvatage of nearly two hundred million dollars over lon don. The "Marine jR.view" says thlat New York's total of exports and im ports. now' valued at .1,973,981,693 dol lara, "is over five tim.s the amount of counnerce that was carried on by the entire country half a. euntury ago. As to the iuture, it is declared that thie LPanama Canal is bound to streng then the lead now secured by this port; for the canal a:ill bring Now York b00 miles nea'er to Yokohahma than is Liverpooi; 2500 miles nearer Sydney; 40003 miles nearer W\ ellington, New Zealand; and 25.4 miles nearer Val paraiso. Bremen and Hiimburg being some 500 miles further removed from t!he canal than Liverpool, it is evident that the now conditions--the general re' arrangement of trade routcs-will tend to strengthen the p...

Publication Title: Port Fairy Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ORDINARY TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 23 February 1914

ORDINARY TELEGRAMS. Town and suburban, within prescribed limits, or within fifteen miles from the send ing station, including address and signature not exceeding .ixteen words) 9d. Each additional word, Id. Other piacos 'Vitnut thee 4t12:. xSCpE tOiFn and suburban, including address and signs" ture (not exceeding sixteen words) 9d Each additional word, Id. Interstate, i.e., from any o-e state to any other state, including address and signature not exceeding sixteen words), is. Oach additional word, Id. On telegrams rom and to T~asmania the charges to be those mentioned above with cable charges added which at the preso-n time is Qd per word. Double bhe foregoing rates to be chalged for transmission of telegrams on Sunday, Christmas Day, and Good Friday, and ,fo; urgent telegrams. The foregoing rates are exclusive of post. age charges.

Publication Title: Port Fairy Gazette
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RATES OF COMMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 23 February 1914

RATES OF COMMISSII ON. Money Orders ayable in Victoria. Any sum not over S5, d; over £5, but not over £10, Is; over £10, but not over £15, I 6d; over £15, but not over £20, 2s. Orders ayable in New South Wales, Queensland, South Anstrslih, New Zealand Tasmania, and Western Australia. Not over £2, 6d; not over £5, s15 not -:.. , Ils 6 ; not over £10,2s ; not over £13, 2s 6d; not over £15, Ss; not over £17 3s dd; not over £20, 4s. Money Orders by Telegraph, To New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia Tasmania, and Perth (Western Austrahlia) Charge for a message in addition to above rates. MONEY ORDERS. Umted Kingdom and other British Posses: ions or Foreign Countries, 6d for each £1, snd fraction of £1. POSTAL NOTES. Postal notes may be obtained at any Poe Office in Victoria. Hours ofpayment 10 a.m, to 5 p.m. The following are the denomination of the notes, and the poundage, or price charged for them :-lIs, jd; Is 6d. Ld ; 2s, Id; 28 id Id; 3s, ld 3s 6d, Id; 4s, Id; 4s Gd, Id; Ss,...

Publication Title: Port Fairy Gazette
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PACKETS, E1. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 23 February 1914

PACKETS, El Packets may be sent through the p Without a cover (but not fastened post : thing adhesive, such as gam, postaet an, sealing wax, &c.); in a cover entirev oean one end or side (if the cover be s?t, thope ing must be of the full extent of the oen. side, and the contents must be easy of wisi drawal). The cover may bear the seadjt name and address, and the words " pac:nt Ssample" or "pattern," &a., as the ca may be) " only." a3 di maty ba tied wt string, but officers of the department - out the string to examine t contenth ae tie the packet up again. Samples of sed drugs, &c.,, which cannot be sent as packets, may be enclosed in bags ur boe fastened so as to be easily undone and : fastened. If addressed to places in s United Kingdom only, they may be sent closed transparent bags. Note-If the above conditions be not oem plied with packets are regarded as h. sufficiently paid letters, and eha-gq according - 10 ALL THE AUSTRALIAN STATES. Letters-For ever...

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MARKETS. WHEAT AND OTHER PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 23 February 1914

W?het Ho?i ldecrs seemed° inolined to t iakl, i:'f[i di'vntiag e of the positionl of t!ho?e ini w:ilt iof gran,i and mentioied up. to -3/9 s ic liher idea of valoe of. I.w.q.. ? "-:5! ' ,-:,:s - S lour:bIlori bIakers' iots th 6ol.cial! minii im :t:i. sfatiSSititrti- at, y £ 1/ per to, deliedi"i 0at Quuuatioa ilfiim'iio.f/9i~ ' to/l for pui'fi n specilmlii ne grad'es. .-i- ed soi'.: is'o/ earley Sagit0Gsf o foo Eng'imsh foi uirii d wa cccepted P~rirmo 'mvillizig ig]f/t ui it up to 3/o6 o fra :quiity ofler utg, are :e:-truely iiiis or ir·n e 'Capo. mimtoi: galso"ar eagri and ,prices, range irm / lor grdsbcing obt'in'b n atldoy 'to' I a ,.e,- "i$Bisifuess in' i is .td :i staiOdsti 1 Q tons 3/10 tO' heSS-m:..'3'~~·ju·~, /l10 ori primei i?i.flred. i Bran liid .Pollarid .3th. ar in quest, stead" nisinsijs eing tranict i he asse.iatio, minnimunm of n toil o4 2000 lbk fiehi er'ed: -icp -Prices rea1l'sed1 ore a.iw s d ihe Pii'ie ie ero:"sold t i 8 to ,I otacns..-ti'e m"'er. a qioueu' thoufgl...

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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 23 February 1914

(r- our sp.real Correspondent.) . .at \yIlue, like all progressive is cncounfitrig his full ?iia't,1'the "stand pa"' proclivities. ,..i e:eracterisC all perml-elnt ohi sa . l endeavor to make the Pos cers pii-ut the useful institution iva , , .u.hbe. AIy ing"ll th iat savors as~ chinb~ cut of' thei ru; of the eaisy of f dougn? thing s is hrcely resented b. the oEciels, ThI ,?yvery naturally Sast :. t+oe t get notling out of in lurl b. hsiess That good old milh l. S:late--c can De relied upon to ,,I then sa!,ries n~ho-te, the coan Sy ,.re w-orkng fo is a payableo cr i.r e; and as.i Sor t;he public--ahe i'. oi c,nside"'ation for that not al ;,-, t ,oo amiab!e entity is, from their u too, oe riidiculaus fr or words. n ,.,., wien a Minister like SMr nC gets charge and wantns to run Sv?a,?clten on busineis like line, Sithe way that a private enter ,,out to seoure payab!e business, ,pei,,nty of it would be run, he c- a lot cf sore-heads among the p:,aLn.t hecads. And they do not ,.iitae t...

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New Railway Fares. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 23 February 1914

New Railway Fares. ?tingle t 1st 2nd lest Port Faily to-- d Melbourne... 28s Od 1Ss Sd 46s 10d 31 Geelong ... 21s 4d 14s 2d 35s 6d js Sd Ballarat . 29s 4d 19s d 49s Od 3s Sd Colao .., 13sSd 9s 2d 2~s 10 10s 6d Camperdown 9s 6d 6s 4d 15is 10d 10s 6d Teralig ... 74 4d is 10d 12s sd 8 sd Warrnambool 3r 2d 2s 2d isd 3s6d Korolt ... is Sd is d 2s 10d Is10d Moyne ... 10d 6d Is di 10td Hamilton... 9s od 6s 4d 15a d10 d Rosebrook... 4d 2d 4 d Kirkstall ... Is 2d "0d 2s Od l d Crosslev- ... ls4d 10d 2s 2d s6d Printed and putblished by EDWARD h iLu Sole Proprietor at th office, b5v?' ?Oie Pt Frrbero at -

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