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ECCENTRIC HOME. TEMPLE OF THEOSOPHY. MRS. TINGLEY'S PROJECT. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

• ECCENTRIC HOME. TEMPLE OF THEOSOPHY. 'mrs: tingivEY's project. Mrs ICatherlne Tingley, the American rival to Mrs Besant in the Theosophiu movement, who lately arrived in Eng land, is making the Temple of the Bro therhood in Avenae road, St. John's Wood, her town headquarters. Tho greater portion o£ this handsome stono building, standing in its own grounds, is given over to class rooms, reception rooms, and meeting rooms. Children coipe for instruction in exactly the same way as they go to any other school. . In the heart of the new forest is to be founded an English Temple of Theo sopby. This has become possible owing to the gift to. the sect by the Hon. Nan Herbert, of the famous "Old House'' which was for so long the home of th brilliant but eccentric essayist, the F Auberon Herbert. Here, if anywhere in broad and busy England, the cloistered life may be led to-perfection. Not another human habi tation is in sight. The house itself is the strangest home that ever sheltered a fam...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Football. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

Football. The annual meeting of the Our Buys Foot,hull Club was held on April 8th at Khiv's flotel. Mr P. Kenny nocupi-d the chair. Thorn weiv about twent\-(ive players and supporter* present. The report of the necretary and treasurer being adopted, the following (iffieiira for the eusuing your were fleeted':—Patron, Mr A. W. Mat Ihewc; President, Mr Gk Newmuri; vice-Presidents, E. M. Finn. II. Joyce, J. Kerr, D. Hallinan, 8. Parker, C. McDonagh, R. An^win ; Secretary and Treasurer, P. Ki-nny ; Committee, H. McDonald, D. Murray, W. Mur ray, J. Joyce, S Leahevand L. Quick. The meeting then, adjourned until Friday, 22nd April, when the two delpgates to the Co writ and District F.B. Uni'in will be appointed, and the advisability of changing the day of play will be discussed.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Correspondence. THE ELECTIONS. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

Correspondence. THE ELECTIONS. (To tlio Editor), Sir,— The people of Au«tral:» bnvn spoken. The Labor I'.ii ty have a substantial majority of '(tents in the new House. The largest per centage of votes vet. recorded in tlitj. Common - wealth .have liccn polled nt the recent. olec tion-«—tho /Federal and the South Aus tralian .State K;e,:tions. That fact should dispel llio assertion that the result would have been different had the Liberal vote™ all.como to the poll. The , votes for tho Labor Senator.-) show clearly the feeling of i the Australian people. A! breeze of en lightenment wafted through tin poorer oliiss-js has created a wave of public opinion, .011 which the Labor Party have been brought shoreward* and placed goutly but solidly down on: the sands of democracy in numer ically the same position as tho Fusion recent ly occupied. The uudertow was too strong for tho -Liberal Party, and tlioy "have been washed back to sea and are now strmrirling to Iteep their heads abovo water ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Public Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

Public Hospital. The following amounts linvo so far linen promised towards .tlio osfaldvh ninnt of a puMic hospital for O.ino windra and rlistriofc : — Mr. A .T Gr.uit, £20; TW. P J Dot'nn, R T Atiprwiri, (iiid J MA I kin sot) £10 r>af-hi: (MrAtkin«on also: pro-i in ised. £ 10 I Ob to wards a nri i nton anon fund). . Mfissrs John liord. Onlcli Parker, and.Tlios G-runt; £:)"5i ojiclt ; I")r. Oh hill, Tlios. Finii, Tlios Pnvtnti. 0 Mcnoiinsrh, and Gp.o, J.iiips, £0;!?'' Pilch ; Y Bltitchfotd, H J Ivdit, 0 Pfini"ll, Jo* Go'idiicrn, E M Finn. Sam Pico, D B MuDounld, Tooth mid On., Ltd, W Gardiner nnd Co., Ijfd. Sargood Bros., T? I'^id mid (Jo., T,'d, £2 2s oanli ; Horacn Jones, P,.t«r JOnny, Alf. IVrni'Hhall, Tlios. Ginty. Frank Kwong Sing, lion. Thos. Wnddoll, John Oomi(j|l and C" , Ltd; S Hoffnttng: .and Co., Ti'd . T Mul-1 lnmpj', D FT .Ruid, Goo. Peek, 0 K. Miirtyn, J \V Kan-. S I.'m1i<>v, R riarpe'r' hnd Co., Ltd,... Fnldli«iin GoNhelf find.- Co., riold-uvoith, : J...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Correction. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

A Correction. Mr. Ernest Boscli, optician, whose visit to Canowiwlra is announced for Monday; 25th inst., may be consulted from I p.tn. to 4 p.m., and * not from'10 a.m.' as slated in the advertisement.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOMELY FARE. SEASONABLE HINTS. MINCE PIES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

homely fare. SEASONABLE HINTS." 'MINCE PIES. ; • Pult pafiry is considered by .most people to be the - pas:>/ • for '..mUiee pies, , at. any rate for, those "-to-. he served during the Christmas'festivities, but some^consid'er rough puff quite rich enough, while others confess to a.Tgreat. partiality to really, good short crust.. ■However, recipes- for making both kinds o£ paste are given. ~ • " - Puff Pastry;—Required: One pound of Vienna flour, one pound of 'butter,. one teaspoonfuf of salt. ■ Put'the-fiouivon a tin in a .very cool oven for" about ten minutes- to' dry at..It must- not get;.m. .the least colored. Then-pass it and the salt through a sieve. Next mixvthe' flour into the • dough with -cold jwater. ' , It should be as much, as possible- of :the same consistency.as the butter. . Knead, .the dough well with.-your-hands till it is smooth arid-velvety: ~ It- will- probably take about ten. minutes.- Then turn it on to a floured board-ancr roll-it into an oblong shape -abo...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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CHRISTMAS SWEETS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

CHRISTMAS SWEATS. ' ; Chocolate Almonds.—Required: , Un sweetened chocolate, almond's.. If pos-, sible buy unsweetened "coating,";! or b^ke-r's 'chocolate. If you 'have.-difficulty in getting: this use any good plain: kind. ■Cut it up into small pieces, put UVem in a jam-jar, place the jar in a pan of,boil-. lhg; water arid let the 'chocolate _ melt gently. Take careit does not get over heated. When it is melted place the jar 1 n a basin of hot water to keep its con tents soft. Shell the almonds, then put them- <wi a tin in the oven for a few oilnntes to sljghtly brown them. Let them got col&i then dip each into the tvpK«j daocolate, and put them on a tin brushed lightly overy xv!th oil till they are hard. Treat ginger and pineapple in the.same way, but'do not put them In the oven first. Fruit Creams.—These may is» flavored ■with either lemon, orange, or raspberry, these sweets are best made just before they are wanted, as they dry up rather. It is a good plan to ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN EGG COSEY [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

.^•■oVvAN EGG " C'OSEY.' j?'v> V ' .This ? is a- different design to the usual egg cosey, .which is. slipped., over one egg. This,, case contains Uour. pockets, and the eggs help to keep each EGG C0SE5Y— OPEN. r (Showing the four pockets for the eggs). [•'other.-warm.' A pretty; sha3e_ of w^sh- , ling-silk or cashmere'Is .used* with a lin-: , irig- oC. washing silk'and an interlining of '-flannel, with' washing silk ribbons to tie lit. :For the outside a design can be em:-* ibroidered. EGG COSEY—CLOSED! . ■ Queen' Anne darnings in white bril-. ■liant is effective -The stitch as shown in the illustration is merely single Sarnf ing both ways, starting from left to I right,-only-taking the stitch through the | material at the ends - It Is merely, oyer- , apd-untler dai-nliig... , ^ . ;v

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Waugoola Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

Waugoola Shire Council. Affor n three monthy holiday llift Sliiro Oininoillors onco iifruin mot at tlio'.'fji'.tincil Ohtimlifrs on 9tir inst.., when tlwro were pnwinf.: —Ot>u»f;il!c>i s .Sloan (|)M'nMnnt), FugiiH, Sinulhi ciimbe and Puicll. Tim miiidtus worn, road and con firmed. Fivancial Matters. • Acfi'itirtt.i ninnu'ititi^. Mi £"16 8.s /Id and £'228 9* 2d for tlip two months .voro |iii»H«;d fur pii.vmont. Or. Suwillacnmbw: What junrtmit of ratf>H in outstanding in «aYh Ridi'titf? Tho Clork : £ 1l-N ;>d i„ A, £77 Ifiaod in B. nnd £<.)» 6n Oil in 0. , Or. Sin»nr"!"'«f,f' Pvnposnd " Tli«t (ho ani'iiint I»h plnfiod in t.!i" liand.-i -.of ilifir sidicitiiv for coll^ntltm." : detiiiidi'd liv"C'f. En;caii. mid cnviifd: Or. Punir'H imip'cfd "That iintliir ritv (if fis!tr'd to raise a temporary loan of'£100011 Seconded hy Or. Fapran and carried. C()itiiP.aPoxDn;;ns TIjwj wiih a d.Mil n[ c.irm? P'tndniKjM. including tli« 4'-il'owin;; of local iatHrcsf. . W !' 'Mill...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Eugowra Dicorce case. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

| fcv^sgOuY-i'a ESrtforcs €'as©s Tnllm Sydm'V I'JjvoiCn O'iUv!:, bo fiim Mr. juaiiuHAlaiItoEc}: a fiinuf'i- lit Kujrowrii,-. ;i|ij.iiied r. 'iliviiMiH fviiin TIum-osii Ajrnfls Miiiiick. f.Tiiii'i'ly Ijn'iiMjii, mi "<-!i.n-"{fr<>Hii(l"of ml ullt'i'v. : Tiiii |)';iiricii'-T.(inpnWd fn li;ivinjj; uiurni/il . the (•<•..<out• hi I !!!)}< nl, Pi,i iii-oordiiisr i.!m Ah 'jilican -riiYia. 11 c> iMivar lived. ■ with, iior, hut nlivr. v lti'pt liiir kiiic" tli^v h:-«nm<vunited.miwi t.o Svtiuov. iiiid in Jiily !n-a Im m'.fc lior ihcro. nud in (i ;C'inv«r.<Mti'i,it; .-Svitli;* JiV>r slio ad milled f-lio hfid living v.;lii ii -.iiiil). Hn Imd uindu ;t lioiiio in vln Cuiinlry, nnd wnu (itriiii^iin! I." i»ki> licv to it whi'ii slio 1.111 < 1 liiiil ■!>[ Iw inisciiiidimt,. A drcoion dim wiis »rnnt url, in lie niuvi'd !ib.-iihiio in isa Ill-Hit Hh. '■

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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ACTORS' SALARIES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

ACTORS' SALARIES. In George Robey's action against a moneylender . it was shown that that comedian's salary averaged MOO a year. Seventy or eighty years ago the leading actors and actresses of. . the day, i "P.T.O." recalls, were Indeed for- ! tunate if they ' netted half that ' amount. John'Kemble, for instance, t. received'. IiSB. a week for acting and managing, Mrs Jordan's salary,, in the zenith of her popularity) was L31, and • Charles ICemble had only L20 a week until he became his ; own manager. Macready in 1822 had L20, and In 1832, and up to 1837 (barring an Interregnum). ! was paid 'CIO weekly. In 1S3D he liadj the modesty to demand, and to receive, , L.25, while Taglioni, "the spirit of the. I air," would not engage herself on othrv- I terms tliari LlOO a Dlffht. -"Westminster Gazette.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Stray Pars. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

% Stray Pars. There was a record attendance at the cncnnd day <.f tlio Orange Show last week, 11,000 penplo being presont Many glowers si>i-m tw think any 80> t of oats is «ood enough for need, and nre surprised when thoy get a ■weak crop. At a soulh-weaterh town last wGek Mr Rotkin was unitpd in matrimony to Mihs Plumb- flu .stretched out his thumb aiid hooked a sweet pimnb. Mr Deakin tmya thnt from a pornoniil point of viflw tho rpfnlt of tho elec tions makes public life, not worth living. . • ,. • ■ Strange to say, cattln possess no iuhoiitfed instinct as to the ,pois>on«u» nature of p1ant9. Dry-farming i« nn innovation.; iL Jms been practised fiiieoilio 'beginning of civilisattoti in K^ypt. Tho Sydney '' Star" newspaper has betm floated into a company with a cnpitul of £5(),000 in £l shaioa. Mr Joseph Cook soya that tlio Labor fie!or.' wan duo in a largo menenrota Mr WhiIo'h '''Coercion Act,' which, ho adds, wa* rase tiled'-in circliia other than thoso of 'L'...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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LAVISH HOSPITALITY AT THE HAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

LAVISH HOSPITALITY AT THE HAGUE. , I A Conference dinner—and there are 'dinners every night—is one of. the J features; of the World Parliament at The Hague. Mr Stead, writing in the ! "Review of Reviews" on the social slue | of the Conference, tells us that every i delegation in turn gives a dinner; some | give several. As a rule about fifty to' I sixty people dine together. Invitations ■ are confined usually to delegates, with a sprinkling of outsiders. The Brazilians have entertained most lavishly. Tho rich and rare orchids and lilies and the lavish roses which adorned the banquet ing-hall of the Brazilian dinner at which Mr Stead was a guest cost be I tween L300 and L400. The Brazilian dinner of the first-class, at which sixty to seventy persons sit down, costs from L600 to L1000.— "Westminster Gazette."

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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I.X.L. Bakery. J. Franklin (Late of Cowra) [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

I.X.L. Baksry. J. Franklin (Ijtito of Cowru) rint'irm tlie fiublio thnt E" 'ivcr the f.liovo well Woly Conducted by 1,">, and Iinjios to re kPioasure oK'upport,

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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MARRIAGE SWINDLE. AN ALLEGED HEIRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

MARRIAGE SWINDLE. AN ALT.F/fiED HEIRESS. Berlin (according to "Lloyd's Weekly") has been greatly excited and not a little amused over a matrimonial case which lias been engaging, the attention of the courts, the case affording a con spicuous example of how easily some people may bo duped by specious rogues. A man named Ernest Rodrian estab lished some months, ago the "Future Matrimonial Agency," and Inserted in Berlin and provincial papers the follow ing'advertisement:— "Orphan, with 250,000 marks fortune, wishes to be speedily married." From all parts of the Empire came applicants for the hand of the heiress. No fewer than 4S20 of these were sent to the office of the "Future." - i Rodrian replied to them all, asking from each 13 marks 20 pfennig for im mediate expenses;. Money poured in, thousands of marks being received. The next step was to send to each competitor for the orphan's hand a pac ket of. photographs of actresses and dancing girls, . with the request that they should m...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

"What ffervonsness Means to Commercial Men. A NATURAL METHOD OP HRALINO.'- " ' It Is imDossIblo for bnsy city men who hare'to depend upon the quickness . cf their mind and body for success • i ' to kesp, up tlieir speed, to find them- > | selves equal to any busy emergency or i- demand, if they, suffer'-from "nerves" in f.r.y way. It is useless ;often to tell these men that they must diet "or go' i to the country for a spell." These are impossibilities for ciiem. Thus, •they- neglect themselves,, arid get' indi gestion, palpitation, and neurasthenia. • They often ff.il, too, to keep handy, a good stomach regulator and nerve . slrengtliencr like ' Clements' - Tonic, which guarantees health, becauseIt prevents disease. Here is a 'banking authority's lc-tt'er in proof, one of' hun dvcus of others received by the Clements .Toriir: Company. Anaemic, spiritless, t'ired-of-Vife men or women should read Mr. J. EL:VG . UURN'3'S letter, written from his home . at. 10 -Palmer'-stTeot, Sydne...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

Proposed Hs-w Shire. MVPTIR HH'TIVKO U\TF WOR ADi.Y t.y' WAU'SUOIA <"*UTJ2n'iL A p«■ 11ri<111 -Avns iohiI lit ill'* S11!!r> miM'.liiiii; ii:i S/Itiiv(i:iv 'iivhyiiiji . v!n:1 Oiiii'i'i iij<!17»", iiml a o'Tf-un■.•iirnii .'li.i-iir tii'iiv Mm town, ho [ii'miiitiined ■ aa mi lll-llll!) !1 I'M. A ili'iil of iIhcii'.-hhiii i.iwik■ .|ii>!.(!•« on 1 ln.-i lllil.'li'i-. Mini'! from 1 lirt iviii'iil;s < > f iftn f!..niici!liii.s'-if. vviiH C'liwui.'n-d l!iill. tin' urea flint' \yiis mi ■/!«•;■ t.i*d (o Ijfi iiii\t*ii frnm Wnii'Hiitln iSlnrii. in fni'ili ilio/!:i:ii.)wind ni 'Hriinn nn'ii w/iliid roll i In) Wim^ii.Iti .S!r,r" of sn nitwll iviun hy, l.linl. tlio' iijijiticii'i'in vvuuld lie* nt'Ci'.'i-iuT to t.lio ,G')viii'liin"nt foi like niuoitni of -1:1 ml. unit nf likn ■■qiiulity, to iiuiiio up llm .rloljcit'uc.yj (.'iillllfillnrs vvijl'u itof UH'.li.rif"! t,a sjinnd mniii'V on lhi» propo^i'il'lii'idjri' in -tiliii} imitl'Mi i)F tlin i-...

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How to Help Your Town. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

How to ileip Yoi«r\Towii ' Atrpxiilinn^e writus:— V T;ihc■ 111m>111 il \Viilo nli'iu: it. 11M V ill! villi Cfi!) .111.11;* I ••itMiiombflr tlml t>v assisting; trnfW lIHIIllc Villi II10 ll('ll)!ll£f tllB.pillOO a I OH }»' JYrtiit. atmii/joi-h ivith the ul.tliosl min'tiisy. (inil.lio.sintiilir.y; so that fcfiov nav lal«o nwav f-'iod imjiroHsians nf ^. Klout good tijImIiIo.moil to nil pubhV inwitiowv "tit' booiime thoy nr.rum [lmms-'jlvc.s £<.<!• •. popularity, but, mi icc'iiiiit of 11:r.ur .-staiinmi and iru.st \,int!inii> s Kocj) iho 'inmioy. m tho town. Soil (ill .von Onn ami■ rtnij'- nil, you.'can m l.-iiiiio. Tim in"ii whohavo -.-invested t:< sioi'os, wii!'1cpIic|ih.: (iiidt other -bu.si lies.-i pluc'jn.*>to building up, tlia town, and limy should bft'iiiiuoimiged. Mr■ "Waddell, Statu jueinber for1 •lU>htbu!n, 1mh-. itrninged .-wifch'rv Ins (•ollcju(;no, Mr Wood, to give -a spptii n ffnint. of £oO (o the Cowva JJistri,;i ftospitnl.

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MYSTERIOUS CRIME. WOMAN FOUND MURDERED. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

"MYSTERIOUS CRIME.) ' WOMAN FOUND MURDERED. A terrible tragedy was discovered . yesterday morning (reports the London "Dally, Mail".of 13th September) at 20 St..Paul's roail, Camden Town, the vic tim being a woman of'about twenty 'tliree. years, named Mrs Shaw, who had lived at that address for a few months. Airs Shaw,an attractive young woman, lived with her husband in two rooms. Thd iatter .Is engaged on the Midland Railway as a restaurant-car attendant, i On the previous evening lie accom panied a train out from London to Sheffield, returning from that place yesterday morning. . When he went away lie left Mrs Shaw in the best of health, and there was no indication that anything Was amiss. . On his return yesterday morning, Mr Shaw was'sur prised to find the door of the front room locked, lie borrowed a key from the- laudlady, and upon entering the room . and finding no one there tried the.' folding door, which led into tho back parlor. This door also was locked. ' Becoming alarmS...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

Pigs, Calves, Maize Consign your and othei? FARM PHODUCE to Geo. Wells & Smith, SSi?SSS£!J2!S&,. ESTABLISHED 18SO. For Top Prices and Prompt Payments Ship your BOOK S3 saW POTATOES J. Jones' J: Co. Ltd. COMMISSION" AGE MT S 233 SUSSEX ST., SYDNEY Wq Supply all classes of Produce at Lowest Current Rates. Best Sacks only supplied Bankers : COMMERCIAL BANKING CO. OF SYDNEY (Haymarket Branch) THE~M*ACRAS COMPANY, JUOUKJKtST WIZARD, SYDNEY, Auctioneers and General Commission Agents. The Largest Stock of Prime Oaten and Wheaten Chaff, Corn, Bran, Pollard, Oati, Wheat and Straw always on hand at lowest possible prices. COUNTRY ORDERS SPECIALLY ATTENDED TO. PtRDWFR^ I Sh'P a" your MAIZE, HAY, OATS, CHAFF JXVW vv . and DAIRY PRODUCE to ROWLEY WALKER. COMfifllSSlOrj AGENT, &c., SUSSEX STREET, SYDNEY Who will roturn you Top Rtlarkot Pdco ana rondor Prompt Acoount 8alet 173 Suass©2c Street, Sydney WITH THE HANDLING OF YOUR PRODUCE ON CONSIGNMENT Every possible attention ...

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