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Concert at Koorooman East. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 10 July 1914

C Concert :at Kooroo?nn: East rhe boisterous natiue of: the el8inents: preventeed a' bumper house at:tie con`c'er??t held in tbhe Koorooman East hlli on W e`drie day: fevenin, but .tlhose :rwho: attended :were well rewarded, for the progr'amme was undoubtedly superior tot- anythiig: previ6usly presented- to a' localr a.hdience. Every: item was thoroughly en joyed, proof of which was that' in neaorly every instance an en core .was demandied.? A1?large rnumberi of the performers were from Leongatha,: arid :the: hall committee.are muchiifiindebtedto theimi uiindertaking the journey anid giving their services ois uch a's roigh ;nighit.- Missi-Synimous acted as accomipahiste, anid to. her. is due the thaniiks of. all; Cr Wilson Coutier iocdupied the chl-air,? and complimniented thie hiill co mmiittee upopn: tlie nineat appearanc; d 6 f .th` hall after beihg thoroughly-reno vate'df ad nidimoh oredit was due to- te dcontractor MM A??:ENelso n, for the capable manner. inh which he had carri...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 10 July 1914

Theicerj:onyo' f opening the inew.Conventin Leongatia willbe. performed-by.Father Malbne after completiorn -of the 11 ..o'cl6ok "morning: service at tJhe Qatholic Church, Leongatha, on'. Sunday. In tthe,afternooniat 3 o'clock, the Sisterse of St'.Joseph will hold a reception in the .O vent. At both functioins,.:.` adherents of :'all de noiinations are coidially in vited. .That . d. established grocery and drapery businiess," Edney's Big Store," which-is one of the landmarks of Leongatha,' is about to change hands. The purchaser is'Mr E. J. Hyland, of the Mallee, and will take possessiond-on 1st liugust :' With the object: of re ducing the stock of furniture and boots, -Mr .Edney announces ,by circular a -clearing sale in' those &departments,' commenoing tltis day (Friday),.- There "''ill :be great reduditions in all lins,i and the. public. are invited to .'ecure the bargaihsn . T; :The .shire engineer:. (Mr ID. Gray) has been b·usy duriig thie past* week preparing alternativ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Postal Information. AUSTRALIA & TASMANIA. LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 14 July 1914

Posta AIfOrno ation. 'i~aUS~TRALIA & ~~TASMANib IA,: . LETTERS. a. d Within. commoorweaith ?ndad':. sl plaees in British 3ii ournce .. O 1 t:I~ha~ddidonal'~oi^ '·'O~i i oba Moz .. O : POUT OARDS. Within.Commonwealth and , :all p!aces in British ;E~:m. -? - pr single, eaoh 0.. :;, 1 .i ly each half 0.:. , 1 o ther pl.acee.ingle ? x ::. 1_,g - -- NEWSPAPERS. Within. Commqnwealtil aud New :zealand , for _every newspaper, up to l0os.. Newspapers printed outside the Oommonwe~tthare subjeit to nagaq sine rates of postage. nited K~~i?gdom-Nt iet - ose4ng Soi; each news paper 0 1 Eaoh additional. 2oz. ::.:i-; O: For transimission wholy : :see.a per Orient and: Pand. 6:i;stee- rs,16oii z ? - O.Ps i 1 E-. ki??t.aohf no :exowd in.o Within the Conwealth S ooks: r inte b ok r nted in A ?i tralia, per 8oss.or part. 0 SPrinted oiutside 'Aust aliai per Aolior. o pairtthe re-f ?0? Whollyr priiited in A'ustralia : for Tdeliveiby ini the Comn To-N eZalandth, oi? or art ':-1 MAGAZINES. ..P 'p?c...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Mrs. JONES' EVIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 14 July 1914

rs. iJONE VIDENCE W-; 'Will ;,you :'pleaise- send - metwo bottles of s-our: Essence - T ,i xtur I. made fromin ttelast -botle curedim husband's-cough and I 0sgave some to imy:, neighbour, - and i has donethis 6cold"good -io';, so I; wantr one -bottlefort myself and one' :for' myineighbour_ Mrs. A. Jones,- Kurri: Kuri, .--Thousans', of S.th ers' have 6 had atie same experienced as'Mrs. ;Jonies in" con nection -with Hean's-Essence.': . - :Making cough mixture at home:with Hean's "- Essence-: is,- so,.wonderfullV economical and'rthe mixturetyou::ma ke is so goodi thatr users promptly. recomi mend Hean's -,Essenfce., :to others. Every bottle':you -use .:saves at; lest io/- for youri-ppoietI..--'. : S--This-. home-mide H:Hean's ;Essence Cough Remedy .gives instant -and com fortirng relief, from' all then usial faimily fcoughs :and colds. s:Asa gargle for: sore thioats it stands -a champion,. lt is pleasant to .take, is: entirely:- free' front harmful drugs,, and is: always valuable i-. i...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
£40 FOR A SLIPPER. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 14 July 1914

£40 FOR A SLIPPER:,. ' Forty pounds was the reward which Miss Hilda Gilbert, a young and beau .tiful Amerioan; received for the loa off ::one of ier dainty slippers, whieh, OCI :derella:like. she left behind in a well khown Patis cafe wheire she had ueen p ' erfdrming. Miss Gilbert is girdliig . the globe to win a 'wages ~mado ivih the well-knowin novelist, iMrl' Jack Lon don. One condition is that she should Swork her way round the world, and it was in the discharge of. this not .-oo. easy task that she found herself alnging to a select company ip tho- Cafe de Paris on the night that her, slipper passed from her nossession.into that~i the baroei who had fallen a victim to the charms of her voice. Unable to detain the singer, the baion pleaded for the slipper as a memento; and, h-. request acceded to, srelled Miss Gilt bert's .travelling fund .to the extett at a.1000f. note. Africa is to be .be scenie of her next oenquete, and.: al though. she has already been twotyeare on ihur iour...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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IN A SAFE PLACE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 14 July 1914

IN A SAFE PLACE. 'A fire brigade story which is going "the ·rounds relating to a man who, called up in the middle of the night, -pioked up. a voice lozenge to moisten his throat. A few .monients later he found he :had swalloaed his collar-stud, -and S told his wife. x-,' , - . "'Don'? worry,. dear, she said sleepily. 'For once iri your life--you --know where you've put it."

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 14 July 1914

;GENERAL -CAP~RIER, L.eonga ha. - E8RES to anounce thatl h? 'I?i' .L s:ptarting for , himself as a General Carrier ~and hopea, by-prompt attention to business to secure a: fair sh'are ~,oL public patronre. ' BAItLWAY STATTON ATTENDED - Goods:Rleseivedand Despatched' F?FrnUtlre Removed. Firewood oppl. LA :DIES; ;~ - - OUR -Health :shouldbe your first I-I ?'insider'tiiido It is.: truly said Manywoiig m en aud girlessuffer unniecese sarilnd wh~ena :littlaeknoi ledge may save ~thein years of pain andimisery." Every woman and; girl, whether- asufferer or not, should possess ;this \knbwledge which willhbe found :in the ,'Natura~L. Health Guide .This valuable .imiedical guide should be in every -home, and will be sent free on'receipt rof 2d'to?scover postage. Address Departniment BKI 1 '.Natura " Health Co: (MrseD. M. Clif ford, superintendent), 49 :Elizabeth-st. Celbourne-the. Companyls donly ad dress.; - - N:.B.--The Company 's' lady repre sentative will not be making her usual July visi...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROMANCE OF A FAMOUS GOLD MINE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 14 July 1914

ROMANCE OF A FAMOUS GOQLDE ... .!MINE. .4?bout forty years ago a Scotsman, Dosina!d Gordon by name, was endeavor ing to. maka:. foi?tune b;v cattlo graa-. ing on.640 acriesin Queensland. Thei venture -was.not a succcss,. and Gordon. took little iitericst in :'tlie land, eeen: when his brobiher Suridy. got an. idea that there was .wenralth ini the big me :ldlihk lookimg boniders .on the traoc But ineither Sandy nor any of the pros peotors who vzisi?ted the distric suispect? ed gold in hit:they, took to be la pole ironstone forimotio Ultimately, "however, tn'q brothersa named IMorgan, -while on a peropectipg tour in :1882, :: took specimeis away, which panned: .ut so rihly that thycs at first doubted the evidence of thieir s2nses. Evc-ntually the Morgnn :brother Sformted "v syndicate to mine .the Jlauid, theyt.:mje;meves retoinmg half the 'inter Sests, othler-shares being sold to. .Mr;: .Thomn2s 1al]., thin manageri of tife S-Qucunns?id: Nat:onal Badk, hi :s biLotiri lThomas, anl cthe...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SERMON BY REV. FATHER MALONE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 14 July 1914

SERMON BY REV. FATIER MALONE. -Rev. Father:· Mailone prefaiced his address by stating that.he de sired, to: cobngraiultei~ the chliirh upon the magnificent work it hadd accomplished;: It was a:little over two .years since he lihad theI plear sire :of comiing ?t' Leongath'oni a previous visit.: Sindce tien? e the new church had been built;, aind iow they. iad :crownied. their work by getti ng irnto their midst representatives of the great'teach ing orde'r of the" Sisters of S::St. Joseph. :Thi ne.w church was the .finest he had seen :in the country districts f:tli'? whole Arch-diocese of Melbouirne ..'Mr? H. MoCartin had donated the lnid i'up5on which the convent stanlids -anid will standiwlhen he has passed away. He mnighti have put the imoney :iito a more profitable investimlinit ,froima.?orldly poinit of ie w':; biut he"(Father Malone)i did not know.? oif .a Imore. profitable 'inibsti~ife?it thanlr prayer anfd slelfsiacrifice. -He had been 'askedi to-say afew words in.reference:to...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORT AND PASTIME. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 14 July 1914

:.;SPORT AND~PASTIME. THE TURRFi Zephuron, who won .:the'. Granid National:Steeplechase at FleMing ton :on, Satuirday,: was- a .well?: iknownB figure in the Leonhah?'ath streets about four years ago, He was bred byM HuhParscin'a Dumbllal an was sired gL Westerly When a 3yr-old he was sold'to thita R y Ti-thn (1rirhn of-" Leongatha,: for $£22 b. MiMr Opray, who littli dreamt tha?t ie was disposing of :.the wriinner of the greatest jumping event: :in Australia. . The rev. gentleman handed him over to Mr : iIf. Jarratt: .to look. after, and lie gave Zephuroni his first? jumping lesson. Latder oh Father Coyne disposed: of ,the -son I of Westerly fdr-- £40. '.Zep-huronii who was known early :in :his career as The Whip? has always been .regarded as a splendid jumper, and has beeniracing con sisteritly during the last couple of y'ears. He has started in 32 races,: of whioh he- has won 19, and has only been seven times unplacedr His perfofmance oi Saturday was a lbrilliant one,. as he pract...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL. LEONGATHA v. LOCH. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 14 July 1914

FOOTBALL. LEONGATHA V. LOCH. There, was agood number of pectators on the local ground n' Saturday afternoon to witness he play between the above teams. tiwithstanding the heavy rains ,hich had fallen:earlier in the reek, ..the :ground was in fair irder, iut :it was f-aturally a bit :reasy?,; hich somewhat marred he play.. Both teams put their EUll strengthinto -the field, and it was anticipated that a keen con tst :would result. The specta tors were not disappointed, as the game was .full of interest from the bounce, and some fine indivi dual.play was shown by members of.both:teams. When these clubs met:at Loch the home team won comfortably, :but on this occasion I;eongatha .were confident. that they would 'come'diut on top, andj show-that?' their .form':" was all wron wheni they. were prieviously' defeated.' But their expectations were not realised, as when the teams lihed' up it was noticed that the visitors' eighteen in -luded.two of Poowong's leading players '(the two UTrens), w...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MARKETS. GIPPSLAND CO-OPERATIVE SELLING CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 14 July 1914

GIPPS LAD CO OPERATIVE S2ELLING CiO.iSREPORT 124d to i 2 ~d.fortathoicegood to prime i ii .d to: :.is, .:sto6red aniidI ordinary Equalities dil to i1d. Cheese Newf loaf 8Yd to L8 d i?ediium 8ri te' 8d', semio matured i 8'/i 9to 9d imatired 9d to 9'/dt Eggs. Ordin ary lines isf3d to is 3%d; nevwlaid is i4dto: is ~.;40d; preserved i 11 to os. PBacod Lighft sides lOd tiOiBd medium' weights 9Ail, heavies 8Bd middles ild .jackets?i 9d li-haims frohi :id1Od :Wheatl- l0%d :fo f.'a.q.,; mediumi 3s :10dto 3s:-10dI ODats-Milling 2s)3d, biesf?feed 2s %d, edfnieu 2s to 2s id??Maize Primied ry:3s i2i'd,: miedium 3si Chaff;--Prime oaten £3 5s 9:nediuim and inferior, lbwer:: Potatoes.: Choice Cariens £4 5sii:to £4 .10si good £4 O:: nibos :fro-i £6 :to :£6 5s.

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MEENIYAN v. STONY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 14 July 1914

MEENIYAN v. STONY SThis- CREEK. This match was played on tih: Meeniyan ground on Saturday in the presence of a good crowd of spectatators. The ground was too wet for good football, the ball being very dead. Stony Creek were weakened by the absence of Frank Bell, and Meeniyan were without the services of -A. Em merson, but they were strength ened by the inclusion of Syd. Beckham, who was looking well after his recent painful accident. The game resulted in an-easy win for Stony Creek, who scored 7.4 to 2.5. The players who shone out best for the ,winners were 1R. Bell, Boland, Zeuschner (2), Car michael and Stansfield; and for the losers Beckham (2), Secomb) Kidd,Dowhns, Ross, Banks, Stan ley and Spence were.the best.

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LAW AND THE DAIRYMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 14 July 1914

PHE LAW AND THE DAIRYMAN S It is only in rare :instances says "Johna Bull," that a milk- vendor, .charrged Ath an' offence under the Y r?-d od anc.Dru?gs'Aot, is able to mnake Sgood his:defence. The official analyast .tells its deadly tale, and though the luoklses defendant may be entirely guiltless of criminal action, he nmut, as a rule, pay the price. Two adul teration cases recently disposed of by the Havant Bencoh were not without general interest. In the first . the defendant indignantly denied having in any way tampered with the milk. Confronted with the analyst.s report, showing 14 per cent. of added water, he proposed to call his cowkeeper, who, he declared, would confirm his protes tations of innocence. No. sooenr had this wporthy stepped into the box,: however, tian he made a clean breast of the whole business, deolaring that he had himself for his own purposes poured water into hi. master.s churn?s.. Closely interrogated, prior to the hear-. ing, the mnan had denied all k...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Quips and Quiddites of the Man in the Street. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 14 July 1914

Quips and Quiddites of ite Man in the Street. ^. ^ (By PQDARGUjS.)-:; Ah--Hah--Aha-A-fish-oo.Yes Mr' iompositor, ladies and gentle *readers,f it's - "gettingI': hette??" No need for expressions of sym pathy, condolences,;i letters, tele grams, cards and floral tributesi &c., just at present., or :at any. other time :-'Tis a olly old world, even when you 't got the flu your can get sore fui otidf it, nd I wish to live long enough to gie Thoma- -vai Edisonri a: chance to perfeot his long pro miised storage battery,. wwhich he has beene perfecting " forinearly halfa century. Tom" has pro mised me one, ind I wou'ldn't ilike to leave 'this world with anybody. owif n i.me anythi6g -ithe balance dn the other- side--my. owing sobmebod y something: wobild '.t ,mattier. Again;-I'd like ,to0 see peace, perfect' peace,; when :?war shallF be ;ifmorre,"&.; c a.pd a: few otier conimfortablethings that the worlda sadly ; ants, including :a: :little common sense.: .-. I'The highly lo...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 14 July 1914

GOLF. The following is' -the draw for the mixed foussomes tbo be played to-morrow i-N: B Fraser and Miss C. .Little 13, Dr Howden aiid Miss Shields 14- W P. Lai'dher and Miss Bond 15, :F; M.1 Pur-. brick and Miss Lardiner 16, R. V. Foote v. Miss Spencer 16`, A Gregory and Miss Campbell 17,; F. E. Lobb and Mrs Sayers 18, A. EB.Edney- and Mrs-Rowan 19, M. Hogan aand Mrs Hassett 19, A. Mathews and-Miss lM. Hassett 19, A. Meseley and M?iss Leask 20,A.[ McNaughton and Miss Saltron 20, R. J. Kewish and .Mrs Gole 20, J. Shaw and Miss Jaokson. 21 J. H-egartjr and Miiss: Bakir:22, E. Gunnersen and Miss Symmons 23; Re:. Jackson a'nid MissfGraht 23, E. Begg anid Miss Prideauxi 23, : W. G. Spencer and Miss Cole 23, K. Macdonald and Mrs Foote 24, F. Atchison and: -Miss Tarrant 24, O.' Tarrant and Mrs Sutherland 26, J., -W.i: Sutherland and Miss. Morris 26, AB E.Potter and:Miss Banks 26. __________

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mail Service. MAILS RECEIVED AND DESPATCHED FROM LEONGATHA Closing Hour. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 14 July 1914

___ allServce. Is CEVED AND. DES. PAOE RMLEONGATHIA To M elb ouirne & o rItmb6rra 7 air.?. 45 . Al lstion to Port Alber 10.45 a.m . Leon atlha Southi T--'i~ie Wi;.? &; Fril: 1145 a.m. MboorNorth Tues Thurs Sa 1 arm. I tesThrsti Sat l.m. -.cKnoneei RO Toes Thurs S at 1a.mi W?]hee-ans R !+?,V.--Toes ......Sa <[...lam+ T1is.Thre., S 3~~.? 1ap.m. -.,+?)r+++++i-+ :)~. ,:~~::+/::+? :.++ arperd tou-.9+t :., Tue- br. Sat.if 233 p~m TosTusSt£10 p.m. Toes & rauda 13 p.m. tio Creek. aitolar · it ..Fdes-ROn cotte 0 & Murboomt 1~iisheCrie'ek .~Iato.Ya:naku-- Monda . ....~>1p~m

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 14 July 1914

HALF-YEARLY CLEARING WINTER SALEHLE EARING WINTER SALE CAT i-;J.; H. OOLVIN c~ 00.'S, J. H. OOLVIN a CO.S,:, i On Thursday next, 25th inst. : SEE :.CIRCULARS,. l_ . On Thursday next, 25th inst. Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, For Codighs and Colds, never fails, is 6d CELeD y. .i For Bronchial Coughs, take -: .Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, is 6d The Gippsland and Northern Co? Operative Selling Company Limited begs to advise its nmunerous clients throughout Gippsland that it has made arrangements for conducting. sales of Carcase Meat (Vealers and Porkers)'.i The first sale will be held on Friday, the 24th July, and every. Friday there after. The Company will be pleased if intending consignors will write ?or labels. DAIRY FARM ON SHARiES ANTED. SHARE DAIRY by experiencie faimily; 40 or 50 cows, goodwith; pi.ges ~Good references. A;i E. CLAY ils'~it~i-MP :~~Di~Benison P 0i~ SSHEEP LOST LOTfrom Mr Mcoadsf8 m S:eeniy n,' 10 Fat W ETHEIRS,: 2ldtooth add 4- tooth Notchi opt of some of their: ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 14 July 1914

MCVIcartin & CO - Leongatha. .-sheep and Cattle Salesmen, Stock, Station, Land & F'iiancial Agents.i i i - CATTLE SALES,1914. -Leongatha. Korumb'ra. Thurs Fridayg June ...11* 25 "... 5 19. July .. 9* 23 3 17 31 August 6...6 20'. :.14 28: September ... 3 17 . 11 25 October .. 1: 15 29' 9 23 - November .. 12 26" .. 6 206 ' D:ecember ... 10 24*" ; 4 18, *Deniotes First Sale. Agents for Sun -ire Office, Colonial Mutual Life; National Trustees, Execu itars and Agency Co . - Head offioce, Leongatha.: :ranci office .-Korumburra., . :. SLoane Negotiated. Phone 28; Leoigaths. OUOUR NEXT SALE: "... ON TRHURSDAY, 23RD :JULY ; F.J.ittle Proprietary ' Limited, Stock and StationiAgent HsIau OJFtFICE---EKORUMBURRA. BEG to thank their numerous clients J for th8- generous support afforded the Firm in the past, and-to intimate to them and the public generally that their auctioneer and traveller, Mr Rupert Little, will now reside at Leongatha, and give Leongaths and district his sIpeci...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 14 July 1914

F IRE I CRAIG'S NEWS AGENCY TEMPORARY PREMISES IN ,SNELL'S BUTILDING GS,; Two Doors From Olcd Cornerl NYEW .sto'okz stahoneryi~A to hand, together with our uuoiial supply of Ne.wsiapesi . and M ga zines. Tickets for Eight Hours' and Druids' Art Uniions. -Do You Want rGood Value. For ,Your iM ney?. PRICESIRIGHT. .· .- :IF" SO, ·CALL ON Y T H. COCHRAN,. Years with: Robison Bros., Engineers, BOILER MAKERS Coppersmiths, Etc.) aTE R. H. SIMON PLUMBER and TINSMITH, &c., LEONGATHvi A;r . OR the Following Lines'i--TANKS, TROUGHS, and BATHS, and all Iron .' Work in connection with Houses and Farms. Windmills. suppliedand~ erected. Dairy..Utensils manufactured osi the premises;. Cyclesi newaind second hand) , Chsh or Terms. Simndries kept in stock; good assortmenti- Repairs of al descriptions .promptly executed. IBrazing (Cast Iron and. Other Metals) 'done Sewing ·Machines repaired. Satisfiictibon guaranteed. : : -.: :; ,-? HOT-and COLD WATER GAS, STEAM, REFRIGERATING and:- :. SEWAR~A...

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