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LILYDALE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 12 February 1915
LILYDALE POST OFFICE. Mails close as below:- Melbourne, 7.20 a.m., 11.20 a.m., 8 p.m. daily. MIoney orders--9 till 4. - M1ooroolbark, Ringwood, 7.20 a.m. daily. Croydon, 8 p.m. daily. IHealesville, 3 ra Glen, Cold stream, 8.30 a.Ir daily. Warburtonu, Y: ca Junction, Laun ching Place, W ri Yallock, Wan din Yallock, Wea in North, Seville, 8.30 a.m. daily. The box at the Railvay .Station is cleared daily previous to trains leaving for Melbournc. Late fee oharged. Clearances for local delivery made. at 7.20 a.m. daily. MIoney Order Office closes at 12 boon on Saturdays. Every otherday open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Parcels Post IMails and Registered Ma~ils close at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. .WARBURTONI MAILS. Mails .:lose for Melbourne at 3.15 p.m. and 8 p.m. daily. Lilydale, 3.15 p.m. daily. Received from Melbourne and Lily dale at 11.45 a.m. and 8.15 p.m. laily. iMails close for IM'Mehon's Creek tnd Walsh's Creek at 11.15 a.m. on Wondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
A REPLY. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 12 February 1915
A REPLY. ('To the Editor.) - :'o:. ,-1ilakst ,cak', i.'iue of yaou "aluaile'i'pppr Ž, ot,"' Oixutof Jim 1,6,iri ,. e:-t' es Imnoo otask foi- ?en tunii~igf tin 'opinto liottlhate unem plofd' nght'find Lmpjloymineti 'in twtn or hr 'country My re eire??-'fvere conliected ? wmith ? . re ~iest ifrd?:oi the' Pfliljlic': Works> de partinen~tt the' counfcil, nskiilg. the cod?icilt-o:,. expednd -19s much :money as p.ssible to assist?the unemployed As our coucbil:hias close on £'20,000 f norts i( hand, .1 thought wh wero doing - ou shg r irc anid l ould fidcol dlnIbbinent "foi ostn ' 'of the uneiptljifoyd in oui shii.iyc re., nirks, .ci?., dirented to , ci is of unemnploycd ini Melbourne~ who ap n.,r, ' to be :dillays :out of work, andml noit, to Yari.an Junctiono .Your cori respoii.dentitiAsks, if If?ceic m Inriied, ,how lwould. -li like .to" s :sebnt' '.tliohe walra? 3 ,ly reply is that if I.syaere inairried I i\ould. feeF1I hIhLaa. grert iet mesponfsibiity, and also tlie couir n'ge" to ...
RINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 12 February 1915
RINGWOOD. -- ?- ?._ Accidcnts.-\'hlil~ I ixing wires o~i thlle electric poles, Mi .r. ,Smiih losh his il\oltl o oii of the posts. n~ind fell iheav\ilv to tile .ro-uni(l. leing a ]IlilVV Il;11. lie receive(d a severe shiaking., and , cut on the side of thle fe cc. NIo honels were Ilrokell anil af;terl :a, rest. lie was ;i)le to resmnie his work. Near to the railway cirOsSing in West l'riussi:l i, arl. hors e thatLL MIr Carmichael was driving took fright t at passini trin, throwing tlhe driver oult of the buggy. For tunately, h:e sscp:lled wihi:u[t ser ious injury.
POWELL TRAMWAY. ARE THE PUBLIC STUDIED? [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 12 February 1915
POWELL TRAMWAY, RD 'HE PUBLIC ST?UDIED?. t the:'te Upper Yarra Shi.e Coliucil meeting on Mondac? last,·- t~ lettej nias Ileceined from D. W.. -Iurst, dirwing' attention to tlie inconven' icnce in the mnae?.te of t"he rumning of the l'owell :Co.'s train, and re ninding council tlhat; the. contract is null and void unless a 1)proi)er time table is eldhleredl to ; also st-, ting that tho sawmnillers are no -be ing- catered for. COr Ewtirt said that if the sidings were: not suitable Ithey should be alteied, and the timds of runnming trains should cerltainly be mIade more public. - The Pre'sident said there was no doubt the I;public were not being propcrly catered for, and in thu rmatter of forwarding goods, they had to wait. until the tirain ecmne along before thley could send any thing. away. If the treiil· was an lhour or so late it meant -i serious inco?n'onience. 'llie complany should be askol ta supply tlhe council with an officiaL time table, 'and if this s not adheeod to the coun...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 12 February 1915
LILYDALE CARRYING BUSINESS A. J. POYNER LICENSED CARRIER. ALL; TRAINS MIET. Orders Promptly Attended To. CHtIARGES MODERATE. FURNITURE REMOVED At Shortest Notice. W. J. SEBIRE, CARPENTER and IBUILDER, CLARKE STREET, LILYDALE. PRICES SUBMITTED FOR ALL KINDS OF. WORK. JOBBING .WORi( A SPECIALITY. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. BOWLING GILEEN TEA BOOMS WISHES to convey his Thanks to the Lilydale public for the gener ous support given him during the past year, which has been very lib eral indeed. Also to intimate that he has purchased a very Fine A.sortmeat of NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. BOVELT1ES. NOVELTIES. CONFECTIONERY. CONFECTIONERY. CONFECTIONERY. well .worthy of ins·ection. The VEGETABLES and FRUIT are Good this week and CHEAP. ,Wishing all Patrons the Compli 'nts. of the Season. BAKER & PASTRY COOK \Vislb- a: t~imate to the Resi dents of LILYDALE and surround ing Districts that he is now carry ing pn Business in MAIN ST., and ex-- .., by courtesy and st...
RINGWOOD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 12 February 1915
RINGWOOD MARKET. D). G. I'Clellanda p.d Co. report: --We had L. full ynrding of all de scripl;ions, and .biddiirng was brisk, for all classes, very fcw cattle bc ing turned out unsold. We report living sold:--\ilkers, to £i 15s: springers, fl'rom £5 15s t, £8 15s: fat cows. £7 15s to £11; fat lbul locks, :lighl; weights, to ,0..: fat heifers, £4L Is to £5 15s; lighlt mighl; cows, £5 to .£6 15s; beeoy hcifers, in lines, £3 8s -to ??. 10s; store cows, £3 to £' 10s; old and inferior lower; yearling heifers, to 37s;, vealers, ?orm 8s to £3 7s; smnaller 'clss lower. Pigs.--Bacon ,rs, to '£3L:Is. poi'kers, heavy, 44s Gd?k to: 48s light :ueights, 2(s Gd to ,i36?s;'? su~ckers a.nd. slips, 9s to 18s. :'Poultry; -F"owls, cockerels, 3s 6d to 5s G6d paiir; .enis, 2s to ,ls Gc :pain?; ducklings, 2s to Is 3d; chicks,. 9d to is. 6d pair. Sheep. -it? lambs, to 1i2s; fat owes, to 13s; line of storce eves, at 7'is 6d; stbore lambs, to .:6s. Outside--A line of fa? lambs 6et l1s.
DOOKIE COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 12 February 1915
DOOKIE COLLEGE. An amended curiculum for the Dookie College has been prepared, in which provision is made for a special course in agriculture horticulture, dairying, pig breeding, and poultry farming. The present diploma course, which consists of three years, is to be continued, but &nbsp; portion of the theoretical work will be curtailed, and the third will be almost entirely devoted to practical work. The new prospectus will be available short- ly. T'he council of Agricultulral Edu- cation has given its approval to the granting of two scholarships at the Dookie College to State school teach- ers from the Education Department's Training College, and these teachers will thus be able to complete their course for the degree of Bachelor of Science in Agriculture. The position of science master at the Dookie Col- lege recently vacated by Mr A. K. Jack, who has joined the Shackleton Expedition to the antarctic as a mem- ber of the scientific staff, has been filled by the appointm...
LAUNCHING PLACE SPORTS SATURDAY, 13th FEBRUARY. THE HANDICAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 12 February 1915
LAUNCHING PLACE: SPORTS TLIUIBDAY. :Y1.th FEBlIJUAR?Y. * THE A-fx IV:NDIC PS. St~nding: Chop,. 38in. block.l--C. F. Schult, IHI Swyer T. M\ackey. J. 1Hcg' J, Schalmers, !B:- Arrstead. J. Kenldal , B. Ockell, ? Tliomas sc1.; T. . H srcding, 3s~e. blid; S. siac;, cc . Galviin, J. Degan,, 4sec. bhd.; :IP. :Aams, o5sec. bhlid: V:. g Clehi'ng,-T. 1 ees, A. ElliotI, "E J. Pailow, Gscs; - bhd.; .A. Sawer, P. Estate, 8sec hd. d.;~ . Cr Ceck, 10sec. bhd.; :F. Johnson, 12sec: blid.; F. Whiteclurch, 16sec. bhd:; C. "Wes ton, 1Ssec-. blhd.; C. M3ileyv, 22sec. bhd.; .. Wells: scr. Shefficld -Iandicap.--W. Driictrell, Syds.;-C. Boulrdy, N. Clar;k G. Dougls' S. N Willmnol, J. Ioidgson N. Clook. J'. IBrown, T. Burton, 1I Jenkioson, 10' yds. i C.: WXrdell; 11 iyds.; H. Stanley, A. J]alcs, .Ivo4y I. J. Nory, J. Comaertadi, 12 yds; S. Dall, W. 'J. Smith, 1. yds:; :P. AcLams, Caneron, 16 yds. Uidekrlacnd Chop, 52in;-C. C .1 Dlkiksell, J. Hogg J. ndell. E. Steplhenison. C. '.Thomas. scr. J..Lo, iniS. Is...
OUR SOLDIERS. EXPERIENCES OF A LILYDALE VOLUNTEER. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 February 1915
T OUR SOLDIERS. EXPERIENCES OF , LILYDALE VOLUNTEEMR. Writing from tihe M-c-- i military 'encampmcnt in "Egypt, Mr Ralph Goode. of Lilydale," sends ainother interesting letter, fromi, which the : following extracts are taken:--n Te p * -: M, Cna' Camp,: .' . - Christmas Day. ':, eo areo qu. tite settled. down in S' our new camp, 'ad everything is S'running' :sm6ot lly. Our i food hhas i' mproved consideriably; ve get, jam S: now, -.which .to buy. costs 3s 10d S'per, Gib., tin, and it' is jam-it is like thick soup, and soaks into the broad like treacle.. A little bit ablout Cairo. Cairo, is . wonderful city, S It, is much larger than IMelbourne and some of the buildings.are mag nificent; we have nothing like.them : at home. The electric trams are .like Ilys;- they buzz along nearly all the streets. The gardens here are. beautiful-all tropical flowers, a ' nd palmus 50ft. high.. The' native lhawkers are the biggest pestst you ever meic; we- can't walk .along the Sstreetsfor them, .s'....
TENNIS. HEALESVILLE v YARRA JUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 February 1915
TENNIS. HEALESVILLE v YARRA JUNCTION. The above teams met at Healcsvililo on Saturday and a very cnjoyaSble game resulted. The visitors were accom panied by many supporters, and ex pressed themselves thoroughly satisfied with the day's outing. Following aro the scores : Dr Parker and IMr Pettit (H.) benat lMessrs L. Miaxwell and Garside (Y. J.) 6-4, 6-2; and also beat Messrs Loutit and G. Maxwell. 6(i-5, 6-4 Messrs G. and lI. Smith (11.) beat lMessrs Loutit and G. Maxwell (Y. J.) 0-6; and lost to Messrs L. Maxwell ,nd Garside, 6-U. Messrs Pettit antd I. Smith (H.) beat McssrsLoutit and Garside (Y. J.), 6-1. ll G. nSmithl and Miss Smith (IIT.) beat M1r Loutit and Miss Travers (Y. J.), 9-b. Mir L. Smith andl Miss K. Phillips (HI.) beat Mr Garside a~ is .-iss Travcrl' (Y. J.), 9-2. • Mr Pettit and Miss K. Phillips (H.) beat Mr L. Maxwell and Miss Max. well (Y. J.), 9-8. Mr G. Smith and Miss Smith (H.) beat Mr 0, Maxwell and Mrs MIaxy well (Y.J.), 9-.3, Misses K. Phillips andl Smitlh (H...
LAUNCHING PLACE SPORTS SUCCESSFUL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 February 1915
I;AUNCHING PLACE SPORTS SUCCESSFUL MlEETINC,. On 8aturcay afterinoon last wood choppers went t;o Ladunching. l'ace from far ndcl near 0o contest~ for tlia prizes ,ofered. The dahy was warm, bit b largo ng1umbeir : of spec .tatprs gathellr?ed. Eor lhe 48in. S:tanding Block C. W estoir was far orite, ic.d he \von :liis -.:heat ,ith case, but was beateu by fe~v sec onds in the final T;he reshlts: w eie -:First heat: C. Wesltoi, 20sed bhd. scr.'.l; A.. Sawier, -0sec. bhd scr. 2. Second lheat: '.F Whitechurch, 20sec. bhd. scr., 1 F.: :Reece, 2. Fitaml: k'. S~awyer; 1; F. W\hitchurchc 2; C. W1estont, Thete iwts a ie y close conteslb in the lInst hieat of th e n8,n. iStinac ing Block' Chop, Pli.slbcw 'aid Whitiit? churcli 'linislihing vei' cl6soe. together.2' 'The resultgs 'were :-First, heatG: . F' Whitcchurclh, 16lsec; blid. scr,;1; E1. J. Plarsiow, 'sec .bhd. sci:, 2. .. Second heat: C. 'eslon ,18sec: blhd: scr.;, .1; A.. Sawei, O1sec. -:bhd. scr.,' There was some delay iu starting the ...
BOWLS. LILYDALE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 February 1915
l .:: , : BOWLS."' The Ascot Vale clubi (vill visib TAdild tlt m-norroiw ($tturdiy) ann play a .ricnd L[: threi?-i k match with the ll??lob,1 club'::. :.. Since lias: rep.ort.' r tlih to"urna mcnts, in the Pairs )-Han'dicap. (p(iesi denti's: trophy) S illwbortly 'al?d .id dleton easilh. defeated. iSt.ieins' end 1oyner, and ?)Uiec n?oaitd Petti beat l'oi;to?i:hnd Scott, aftei ?a?. ry clbos and excitig finsiish, by: tihre. po'ints. This lei-e. 8ulwrthiy and i~Jiddle ton and Duisocan and Peotit to p.la7 off. for f lahe fi naI t:,rton w1'is successful .ii beiting Scott iu-n thd semi-finils of the .Siin gles IHandicap (Wilson Watt tropliy).: MIile amid :Mtttlh'cns halvo. to nieet; in the. sam: round, anid l "?vihe winner of this mitch t ill.p lay MIorton in ?thle flinal game. I'ho four iplaycrs o.'left in tlie Cham pionship viz.,- Micnzies, Phillips 'Wil. soin and Short, ?ire reminded t?hat thir games must be playedC- on or before 27th;i' inlst., :or forfeited. TIhe h l ealdcsvillo: clhb...
MOOROOLBARK POISONING CASE. PARNELL REMANDED FOR SENTENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 February 1915
IMOOiROOLBARK POISONING CASE. P.iAJiLRNX L 1T..iEiAN? ED ,'O1 - ,,..: ;,::,,.: SENTENCIE.: At l Oi." uu ' ll Co- r on Wed ncodaoy,Thcor fitJ'justsice Hood and a jui'y of ivelve?.I ?i Woin'uski, K.G., pinsecutifigofo, ficn Crion, \illiam ?eoige :?uinell, :ccliargdec.it vith Lhav-. i?" 'adnninisteredj inison .at Moor oolbii;rl? to irfncst Edwanrd HiaLdfield Brithillnte?it o inirdcier and with ha, ini" :?idminiistoerd ipoison to H-lad -Nel1id to occasio.n .griievous bodiiy haIiu , pileaidcdi guilty to the second indicdtnent. lHe also pleaded guil;y to a, charg" of breaking into IHahd field's house. '::.? Mi Weir.i?i;aSlki, on.he pleadings, .vitldroie' ttohe chargeL6 of 'administer ing piisotw i?hvid initenit: to inurder, and Parnell wis remalided foi seon tenci.
YARRA JUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 February 1915
YARRA JUNCTION. ,.· I . .., . . -,-lt;) .. (?rom Ouir Own Oorrespoa'lenL) Euclire PaiL)y sn.:a Dfance--Oi Wednelisday, 10lth inst.,: euchlre paity mid dance wps held in- thle liire 1-lall* for the purpose of Tdi.is ing lfunds t;o procure more mnIterini tor the ladies to turn into useful garments for our soldiers., The shire couuncil kincdly gaxthe heuse of theli alill friee of chirge, ,muid' r A. and Miss R1. W\itnish practically 'ussisted by supplying excellent music for the dcance, so that the entire takings (abount £6) res available Lor the purchise of working materials. TIhe hall was ~appropiately decorated with flags and festoons of red, white ald blue. Al gopdly number Iturned up, and were rewarded by n d en. joyabl evening. Mr lDicks and Mrs Anderson c·arried off t, liq prizes. Daacing was kept up till 1 a.·. O?icketO.-On Saturdy -dafteri'iooh last Wdrbron pla:ryebo .'h d i ?'Jul. t;ion on l tlhe Junction groiund,: the matclh resulting in ai wiln for the home team by 145 runs...
Local Information PENNY POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 February 1915
Looal Information PENNY 'POSTAGiE. The new postal rates, including the penny postage on letters, came into force on lMonday, hay 1st, 1911. The redluced rates are as fol low: T"HTOU (;l-OUIT :'ILE COMMON WEALTII AND PAPUIA. Letters, Id per C;o. Letter Cards, single, ld each. Do. reply, ld each half. Post Cards, single, Id each. ])o. reply, ld each half. Printed P'apers, 0Od per 2oz. Books, printed-Outside Australia, o01 per 4oz.; inl Australia, Old per Malgazincs-Pirinted in Australia, Old per Soe.; outside Ausltralia, O~d per loe. "lansusard," 0d per 12oz. Conmmercial papers, patterns,0sam ples and merchandise, ld per 2oz. OVERSEA DOM.LNIONS. Letters from the Commonwealth to the United Kingdom, oversea d6 miuions, British colonies and pro tectorates, except the New Hebrides, ld per eoz. NEW ZEALA-ND AND THE ISLANDS. The rates of New Zealand, Fiji, and British Solomon Islands are: Letters, ld per oz. Post Cards, single, ld. Do. rieply, Id each half. Letter Cards, single, Id. Do. rep...
WARBURTON. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 February 1915
WARBUnRTON. "(Froin Our On. Oorres ondent.) SSwiming.-Never was the swim ining hole so popular as this sutm mor, lthe new :bathing" box is. of coursde the reason. T'l'uesdh Ind 1'hurs?d?y , from ; p.m. i to i p.m., is c"swilming" tnime for tlhe ladies, who hitve formued a club. 1 ridavy aft?eornoons tlhe boys crowd the spot, aind lthe spring-boarnds[ bend. agni. 'he boys ?a're preparing for thie Jun ior Cerl;ilicate, l'or whlich Captbln Larsen, of the School. Coimmittee, is cchching them. Tl'hlieir cOnfidence in .the water, in spite o(f fumirly sltrong current,' is ~a Sight to ibe holdeis. lied OrCss. W rbuin lias its Rled Cross .coagiue:lwichl incets atl ".Elo vera' weekly,?Talid mriaingcs for the procuring and makinig of comfoi;ts for the troops mt the front/ andl in hIspital. Mfiss Noar is presidcnt, and Miss Downcy lion. secretary and turcasurer. A successful feature is thalt each lady Imember of. the league is expectced-- to :enrol :as a wieikly bontribulor of 6d-some iba~lich....
LILYDALE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 February 1915
LILYDALE' POST OFFICE. MIails close as. below: Melbourne, 7.20 a.m., 11.20 a;mi, 8 p.m. daily. -- .: Money orders-9 till 4. IMooroollbmark, Ringwood, 7:20 a.mi. daily. Croydon,. 8 p.m.. daily. : Healesville, 7 ra Glen, .Cold stream, 8.30 a.ir daily. Warburton, Y: ra Junction, Laun ching Place; W ri Yallock, Wan din Yallock, WVa lin Ndrthh Seville, 8.30 a.m. daily. The box at the Railway Station is cleared daily, previous to trains leiaving for Melbourne. Late fec charged. Clearances fori local delivery made at 7.20 a.m. daily. Money Order Office closes at 12 noon on Saturdays. Every other day open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Parcels.Post Mails and Registered Mails close at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. WARBURTON MAILS. , M-ails .lose for IMelbourne at 3.15 p.m. -ind 8 p.m. daily. Lilydale, 3.15 p.m. daily. Received from Melbourne and Lily dale at 11.45 a.m. and 8.15 p.m. digy. Mails close for M'Mnahon's Creek and .Walsh's Creek at 11.15 a.m. on Alondays, Wednesdays and r?idays
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 February 1915
Tenders are invioed in this issue for Ithe cartage of 7000 bricks from St. Hlubcrt's, -Yering, to Gruyere. The rilydale hiire annoitnces a l btch of teinders ii this issue, re titurnahble oi 22nd inst. . The "1.,ppe'r .- Sl.hire has se.:v~ eial'?oimiort~i . aunouincemeiits, ton dcirs. etc. in this :issue . , ,'l:A..itilitar" ofcicers instructional camp :ill be held .?rt. Lilydale for a couple :ot weeks, commencinbg on Tuesdagy aext.-? :.: :,otice is givmn i ti. h issue tha a pound "hs been restablishedlin' Ox ford road, Ringwood,' and that- Mr 'E. ·. ~BIrnetth has beei appointied pounidkceper..". .: . . . rdilaway sociil, -euchre :party, and dadnce will be- held, as. per ad vertisemeient, at tile Lilydale ~tli;on. acounm Hill on Mionday eveiring, 8th Mafrch. .ire Couhntiy Bads 2Bo?rd .call tenders in; this issue, .roturnable on 1St M3arch, for'mnietalling oh MP'Kil lop's, Cottiiigham's, ?Storer's;, and Ie-Inderson's derviations .on the Eve. lyn-Mqonbulk road, and portionr..oi the ex...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 19 February 1915
Public Notices. C: TUESDAVY , FEB. 23. V 7-?.P~_YA GLEN CATTLE SALE C.A. E I L &F SONS (Kirk's ]a ... ..zaar, Melbourne) will hold their . , sual I.'i-nuonthly Sale in their yards at YaraT Glen on the above date, when tlhey will have forward the usu~IaL :1trding of MIL]-S SlRINbERS, 1 AT AND . SI.'Oi:E COWS, and liines of DAIRY 11,111'ERS, STEERS, AND YOUN( CATTLE. Entries uow being received for this Sale by CAMPI;ELL, & SONS, BJOURIKE STIEET, 1ELBOURNE. . I, CLE LAND ?" GO, S::: ''OC(, T'I'.\IUN, LAND, AND ESt'i ATI1' AENTS, OrIOSITEr STATION, :' ·. i.... ildl\ L? H' VU "-, 3 ' 'h .). (. lelund, Au tiio cr. "' AUCTION SALES CONDUCTED :- L": . E I \ 1:5.Y .ION).\ Y, at 1.30 p.n. f: ...Of... CATTLE, HIORSES, IIG S, r Ou ILTRY, F URNITURE, Eto. ii:. Splendid Accommodation.Paddock provided for cattle, adjoinins, yards 7.;"..:Capacious Storage Room.for ~Eur-. S::: niture . Owing ti the great expaisc of : ui..l:siinssn we purpose in t·he coiurse o'. month or so having two...