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MARKET TRAIN FOSTER TO LEONGATHA. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 January 1914

MARKET TRAIN FQSTIER TO LEOiNGATHA. Next Dat8. Thurst, Feb. 5th Up A.M. Foster (dep.) 9 Hoadle Range .. 9.19 Fish Creek ' .. 9.26 Boys 9.34 Buffalo 9.40 Stony Creek 9.49 1feeniyan 9.64 Tarwin . 10 Koonwarra . 10.8 Leongatha (arr.) .. 10.30

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 January 1914

~~4:The reginng Inquiry Board h a agtlat completed its report. THE UP-TO-DATE BOOT MAN E. W. EOBINSON. ,- The Bargain Centre of Leongatha For SLadies', Gentlemen's & Children's Boots and shoes. -I And at Prices Lower than Else where.. ,-, 1 And at Prices Lower than Else where. We understand our Business, and know when we are giving .': gg good Value. Come and inspect the Stock which is New and Up i to-date, all the Latest Designs, and bought from the Leading Manufacturere. We guarantee you S " every satisfaction at the Noted SBargain Centre.--E.W. RoBINsoN, . - Bair street, Leongatha. Department of Public Works M?elbourne, 13/1/14.:: TENDERS will be. .receive I S: (until Twelve O'clocki, o6n THURSDAY; the 5th Felruary;, 91,91 for New BHospital, iYar ram. i.Deposit; £20. - Security, 5 per cent.- -. ,-Particulars and Ciiditionis may be learnt at- this Office,: and- at the Police Stations, Yarram and Leoingatha. The~ :lowest- or any tenderi not iiecessarily accepted.: :F.: HAGE...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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CHILDREN'S COLUMN. THE LAND OF NEVERWAS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 January 1914

C0ILDREN'S OLUMN THE LANI( OF rEVERWAS Where are all those shining vallcysv hichwim u-sed to sing and rhyme, Pirple with the. clustered fritage of thi - harvest's fields of tinne? Whire are all those young ambitions, framed . in rainbows, aureoled. With a hal-o mnist of glory ivoven fromi the :sunset's gold? Gon e before their realizat!n, like efforte w'-ithout a cause, - Vanished in the misty limbo of tne Land of Neverwas I Where are all those toppling castles, turret .) tipped with moonlit glows,. . Gay with youthsand laIughingmaidens, thro their echoing porticoes ? Where are. those aerial br:wnstones with Stheir gargioyles of red mist, Touched with sardonyx and tapax and with " gold and asnthyst ?. lTey'have floated on the sum?ierclouds that : never wait nor pause, Down below the dim horizon of the Land of N?everwas ' Where are all those golden galleons floating 'on tlietideless seas, With their sendal sails distended, bound for - the Hesperides, Bailinig thro' the dancing dolphi...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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SHOW DATES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 January 1914

SFollowing are the dates for the anuiai shows in1914: Wonthiaggi, Wedlnesday, Februaiy 4 :Lane.Lng Lg Wednesday, Februaryll. Korumburra:, Wednesday, Febrtiary. 18 Leongatha, Wednesday, Febi;uairy 25.;;' Foster, Wednesday, March 4tli . .:Bunyip; Wednesday? March it.: :1914 is here and -you :will require diaries and alnianadcs. We have a good range in stock. L. L. Smith's almanac is always popular, and: we have them always in stock. Diaries are handy to keep stock and farm accounts. --Don't forget hooks and linies for the river. We:: have large- stocks oni hand-at :Ford'sa Fancy Shop and Sports Depot.-Geoana FORD, MdCaritin street. :

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Mail Service. MAILS RECEIVED AND DESPATCHED FROM LEONGATHA Closing Hour. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 January 1914

Mall Servlice MAILS RECEIVED. AND DE PATCHED F.ROM? IEONGATHA?: Cldsing Hour. To Melbourne~ & Korurmburra 7 a.m & 8.45 'p.m. SAll stations to: - Port Albert .. 10.45 a.m. .:Leongatha South.- /- : :.., Mon , Wed., & Fri. 1145 a.m. Mnboo North . T. .ues. Thurs:'. Sat.: 11 :-:.i a.m. Maidan .:: Tues.; Thurs., Sat 11 a.m. McKinnon's R.O. Tues. Thuor. Sat. 11 a.m Wheelan's R: 0 Tues. Thurs, Sat. 11a.m. Koodrooman East Tues ., Thui -.,Sat., 11 a.m. Ma: .idan South Toes: Thi? is, Sat`. 2 p.m.::t Wooi~een HO0-' Toes Yh.i Sat . 1140 a.m. Francome's H.O. Toes.,<Thurs. Sat. 11 40 a.m. Hoga's R.0O Toes. Thors, Satt 11 40 a.rn. Mount Eccies Toes & Satui day 12.30 p.m. Harper's RHO. Toes. & Satuday 1230 p.m. Ta in to Tai win Lower, uid Cashin's loose bag Toes. Thurs. Sat. 12 noon Stony Cieek to Dollar, Fidge's: R.O, ~Scott's, Mlon. Wed &F]ri. 1230 p~m Meenxyan to Dombalk, Nerrena East,-Woorayl,' Dodd's and Mirboo - SMon. Wed. Fri. 1 p~m F...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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GIPPSLAND CO-OPERATIVE SELLING CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 January 1914

GIPPSL?LND CO-OPER ATIE SELLING CO RS EPORT. ^BUter-C howest brands Ii'Ad; I-ohice at lid: toiiEdd good :t6d .rime 1034d, seconds i0bto 1o_ d, separators-9'/zd- cto (ida de 7'Ad to 8d. Cheese---Prbiienewi loaf and mediumi 5'd .to:53,d, semi-matured 6%d, ~m~atured-.8dto 8Md. Egs--Ordinairy ;line&s7'/l to 8d, selected 9d to 9d,9/id e laid and guarafiteeddiO tld0? ! Bacon---Prim e:: light sides $9:IAd t 10d, middle? 0?IO03d:tlto 1 lidms light 1s8 Ed~ is ifd~y wightyis for unbligged Whfeat FAQ 3 6d, fdw.1s' 34l'Aat 4il d to 2 d, inferior lowe -Oats1 Millingis i0d to ls0i0d,. feed frobm : isa 8d1to le 9d. Maize 4, wili occa iil sales" at :*.s :id Chahff Choi~i oaten £3. 5s, ?prim?e .:£3j: 2s?6d, medium .and: iifnferioFr: lweri Potatoes--Prime. Car;imans real? ised from £3 :l0s.to £4i Piikeyes £3 to .3 5s. Ohionfs £6 1~s-t £7 is now top.

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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MEENIYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 January 1914

I-MEENIYAN.. Ai v;ery largely-attended meet in? :of the sports committee-was hield on Friday evening, the "pre sident, Mr V. A. L. Adams. in the chair. It wvas decided to hold the annual sports on the 25th March. The full programme was drawn out and several new items added, Prizes vwill be given for.the best girl rider r-r udr15; and a Stock Imen i'sRelayRace; was also; in- : lu'dedhll e ti'itkfollowinr officers were elected for th'e forthcoming : season: President, W.J. Farrell; vicepresidents,?.:. L- Adams, T. Wei?ford 'and G. Grieves;; secre tar·y'andd-tireasirerr;,.R McLean ; odommiittee Messrs Relederi Lee, - FEHealy; Ro6s, Donitnico, Dyke, BHewft?i McRa Griffeinf Dobson, MoirisH,:iiHw' McWhiinney, :B. McKitterick, Hanily,: and M. Healy. ^Itwas decided to '.have only twochops.-_ one an open uiiderhand and the other a stand iiigblock.- :Severai -special dona tioii .ereigiven7£2 2s by Mr M. Healy,~anrd smaller donhations by MessirsAdamms, Reeder'and Wels ford,-McoD6nald, Hewitt, ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Postal Information. AUSTRALIA & TASMANIA. LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 January 1914

lPostaIi fortmation . AUJSTRAIA &TASMANIA. :iRpy:aLETTERBS'',-*j'-.*. i U. d Within Comonivwealth an :al placs in- British y : pire, peri ounre: . 0;;? 1 Each additional oz.H .O 1.3 POBTST oRS Withio n Commnonwealthr d nd: m illn places pins Britiash:. : i - -pire single ? eaohs .; ;f 0 1 Rieply each half 0...0. 1 To all other places' single 1 eply card .. ..0 3 'NWSPAPBs - .Within: Common wealti and New' Zealand, for every newspaper, up to l.o-s.: 04 Newspapeirs printedý outside the Commonwealth are subject to mag-s zine rates of ppstage.,' :;::.; ::" United 'Kingdom-Not -:ex- , ceeding, 8ozs., eaci i newi '. - paper. 0.; ... 1 Eaoh aaditional2oz. : ..:. O1 For transmission :-wholly l.by': sea per Orient and P. and -Yd 0. stedmers, 16oz .::. :1 Other iplaces, niot exceeding . 4ozs . . . . .. 0:. 1 Each a dditioiial 2oz.?::.;, Within the .Commonwealth :'^ - orooks printed in Auis Stia liahpers 8o or part-.. 0'r.o " Printed outiide Australia,".;: : ,per 4ozs., or part thereof...

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MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 January 1914

MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. iA-damson, ?Stretle:~ Co, reporti Stores-Best conditioned softs made from 23s to 28s, v'edry few small pigs in. Porkers--Best 35s to 40s, extra 45s to 48s, light from 30s. Bacon pigs--.Prime 69s to 76s, extra 77s to 80s, with choice pens of farmers' pigs to 85s, prime medium and light weights 63s to 68s, intermediate from 20s. Back fatters-Extra priame heavy fats £6 to £8 7s 6d, prime weights from .£4 to. £5, roughs from £2 10s

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
District News. MOUNT ECCLES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 January 1914

District Ne ws. -MOUNT ECOLES. One of tha most successful con certs ever:-iheld: in the :-locl . liall toolk placelon Wdresdaty even .ing, 14th Jaiiuary, -in aid of. tid hhurch .finds. :The Rev.- W. Seaiiier 'iSesided, and a 'v:ery lengtihy programme:of vocal and instrtumental iterms- was "gone tlhrough. The. secretary (Mr. W. Pilkingtoii) proved his efficielcy by?:the talent he presented to the audieoe,b hich':I doubdtif, any thihi g:e ettei6}could have been pro cured, although they? were prac tically all: -local i-performers, iii-: cluding the. olI :fvoritei?i~ Mr J; Hall:::,.Mr andi Mrs -McPherson, aihd Mr -andMrs Tanner After tbe concert :supper wasl. handed round diwhich was p0roided by the ladies ind ispeaks for itself-as regardsI qual ty: aind q:iqantity THie follov?iiig is a copy of -the programiminet render.ed Overtuiren Mrs McPiei'son; song, Riises; :.Mid ssAllihson :sng,: "Tiey: ll Love J1ack, Mr -Prout -encore --Mary.:; ;" ereictia n Aunt Tabitha, M 'i"is s wale qu -MrsM...

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THE RARE ART OF MAKING COFFEE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 January 1914

:. ,COFFEE. -':' ; Oni recalling i the:tepi- *l thick Fit hr-., n.weakl .concoctsic.ii :- so:" o iprofiered as '"coffee'? at our, i;uatitinal neal, .we- cannot. tliiik our Countiien tal neighouis 'iujtist, whenl theyi? ver that, taking us' as a uation, we fail igniminiousrly; i the .preparation: of this refreshing beverage..n L anm quite - convinced that the n.imajoity of house-. keepers are too miggardly with the proportions 0?. coffee tliey allow. to water. They delude themselves awith the hope that, b, allowing coffee in the same proportion as they w' uld. tea, they -can produce the clearifrai ran beverage they-, .so-'' enjoyed sbroad, hence their frequent: disap pointment. ' To" begin , swilth,i- coffee is : not.: an economical . prpar-., ation, that: is, if you nica :it to.be aprfect, an:d it is perfect coffee I haye' in mny mind.- A generous: tablespoonful of grouhd coffee should: be , allowed: for each: breakfast-cupful of -the ordinary. cafe au'.lait ..: . "Even with the pro...

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Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 January 1914

At a meeting' ofp -committee of heLongtaAricultiural 11fe?_ wa Istt Societ"'ont'aturday a;·~fternoonno ther~e were pre~sent Messr A E~ Nelson (pesident), R D Forrest W ussl (vc presidents) Jari Allion, igl cole, Simmons, J-'Wiuhby T Weir 1ossiteri,;E GS Calanan C CitoASil-' ln' A Bih Meeniyan asking whether hecold exthiblit astal lion that he did notihold ace tificate ~icrand mentioning that he was prepared to plaoe' the horse in the aindlid of avteriiary siurgeoni if such~ coul be ar rhnged Suge eon Si :ecan be ar ranged for if expenses be paid by owner notifying tiht al societies aatis .factorily carrying oct agriiultural classes wouldl receiv a g~rant of £10 additional thei pro rata subsidy Nfotification tobe made to.the Departmenlt before iMarch lit iIn lieu of a grant of £5 for a seriesoffour leitures, paylment viillhe nmade atittiherates of £1 5s for each Sleciture niot exceedinig FourF~~ S tallton insp!ectionprarae to e omulor Jfivleisars' Rigiadll and Rusel tihat the recrea ...

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MELBOURNE. THE POSTAL KANGAROO. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 January 1914

-"-FROM[ OUR CORRESPONDENT. 'THE POSTAL'KANGAROO. .'.Mr. Joseph C-ook, as? Primee '-our postal-stambjs. ;The ';Bulletini .recently 'puiblished. a cartbon cleverly drawn by ormnti Lind say, in which Mr ook was pre sented- s judge and -jhe kngaroo as convicted prisoner. Itisbeing explained to-the latteri that he is Sguilty of being an Autralianf : :; kaigaroo oi: an Aiiustralianipost age.stamp.i The idea is,'of coirse; S.to akepolitical capital against -' the: present Government Since . that cartoon-- appeared ',other journals supporting the Opposition have present ed weak versions of the Bulletin's "acriticism. ,Aflter S all. I don't suppose the average c itizen cares one dump what is on -,'' :th-e -.postage*. stamp sold to 1, him.' i "have -asked: several-: business S:and o:thier --people' what , they Sthought of the new design and the - answer hias been that they had not Sexamined the ,old -desigtn and k : nedw: nothing about. the ,new:. their corresponden'ceshouldbe : c'arried 'ar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 January 1914

Pioneer Saddlery. FIELD Desires to announce >-·"ra ' that he has urchased the -ADDLERY BUSINESS carried on by MTa.?.M G. A. SAYERS during the past 3i 14 years, and hopes for a continuance ...f the liberal support accorded to his p? redecessor. T"he proprietor has been employed by M! r Sayers during the past 12 months, :; which is a guarantee that he is a corn petent tradesman in all branches. All Saddlery requisites kept in stock Repairs a Specialty. Horsehair bought in any quantity. . Highest price given. • :::' ·-: MOTHER'S FRIEND Pedic Pomade for the head. Strikes Infesting Vermin Dead. One application destroys vermin,kills nits, heals sores, Lures ringworm,and makes the hair grow thick, strong,and curly. Also forvermin on pigs, pn.l try, cattle, and horscs, J. i. MOLLOY, Leougatha, and H. JAcoBs, Toora, sell Pedic, Is, 2s, 3s Gd, and packed with nit comb, 6d more. !F. W. MORRIS, Carpenter and Builder. DESIRES to announce that he is now I resident in Leongatha, and bopes to me...

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CORRESPONDENCE. FISH AND FISHING. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 January 1914

* OCORRESPONDENCE.i letters appearing in the STAR under-the headig of' Fish and hing re ferred omi to thme mselvest as wel- as u - Potte oIn frega Not rtffid4 i fda t'n" wou'll d fisiheromanto have puthis name to suh l poor att!mpttasuf p ilement tomhisfio6rmer defenciof -N^otEPotead-.ois-ast wandering fromtheuhjectof fishing. Iam ,prepared tofolow him, and as of.the ^STARcertainlydeservesr s'omeco mpensation for his pubh cationofabovef i orrespondence, and--asI-am-ure-be-williapr ciate sopmiething4umo rous for th1 e readers ofohistpaper even at the expense of -'N.otPotte'd" aind his litwoadvocates I'would: irnvite imto.rep y.-Yo'urs in antici jpation,' -UNSPOTTED.

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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SMOKE DRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 January 1914

•.i SMOKE DRIFT. Serious bush fires are reported fromthe Trafalgar and other dis tricts. : At Birchip 201bs of apbles dusted with 2ozs. of strychnine, poisoned 350 ralbbits. .Six torpedo boats for Greece have just been completed in German yards. - The Empire Press Union says that a State-o0wned Atlantic cable is a necessity. . Small-pox patietits in isolation in:N.S.W, are all progressing satisfactorily.: : A trawling company now form ing in Melbourne intends to go in for fish curig.:: Locomotive engine shops are to be established at Ballarat at an outilay of £80,000. Tlbhe State Legislature. has not yet framed laws for the control of the:feeble-minded. Ten electoral inspectors are to be appointed, salaries to ran'ge from £310 to £400. SThe Government and the senate have agreed upon a site for the University in W.A. :: Turkey has announced her in tention to regain by force of arms the AfEgean:Islands: : .. On the Rand things are ap proachingi the normal. Martial law is being relaxed...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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CATCH THE CAT! [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 January 1914

-4 CATCH THE CAT I S. w Mr. Green had swarms of mice, And Mr. Brown had none;, S - .- o Mr. Brown, who kept two Jats, S Agieed to.lend him one. ; :' A beauty, sir, and black as ink; She'll quickly clear your house, S And in a week youll say tome :. :- : You've not one single moue l" - . All very well, but when he sent To fetch Miss Pussaway, SMiss Pass declared that ivberep '. She much preferred to sta;. In vain did Joe persuade, er .'eat, " " nd do his best to coax, That wary little pussy ca W - :, as sure 'twas all ah ' - . . An invitation ? Very lie. Oh, yes, I understand; : S' *Bt the- I don't mniuch ike the thing ; ;" ,Yý;:.":u-:ou're holdiing in you' hLiid. . .. .-here ia be ia icat . Green'B, iThere'may be rats as we ,;'-.:ý` -: -: ; Bu:: t -. then, sippose-I sayisOupose'-;,: -': : ".:; jYoi ant my skinto sell" - '. S"Atthis, Joe inide a siidden b, A :: 'nd chased her ni and down, .: - SWich all the more decided her.- - ., i-.f :-:.;/ :-To'stay with Mr. Brown . i SHa, ha i" c...

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Caledonian Society Sports AN UNIQUE GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 January 1914

Claedonian iSociety SportsP AN UNIQUE GATHERING. )swcxAs res.-Judge, ~Mr ;Tl McCowvran stewards, Messrs D S. .Campbell "K. McDonald aiid E. Begg. ?Daicingm and Piping- Judge, Mtr R. :,Morrison ,;?stewards, Messrs D.:. S;: :Campbell : . McDOnald, andl E; Begg. 'Scottishr Games" Judge, Mr E. T Miiirbo; stewards, Messrs Jas, Begg aid ?Jas. Conway;: Athletic Events ginrJdes'Messrs' A. Alla~n and D: D Gray;starters, Mess:rE s. J.H Rossitler nid~:. Brownt stewardls, blessrsJohn IMcKiiiindn, :Y . Ciode, T.N Weir, I. J. SKewish ~E.! Allison, 8.i Mogg,: iand T. M .fGilbson: Gatekeepers Messrs E :Nelniin anid C. Chester??: ::. "Yourpipe;" any, i, Paddy so ieatly comes over me, Naked IElliwonder wherherever it blows i Add if: that,:my .father should try tol discovermide, ?i;Sore lit wont :be: by adscribinrg,?-my -; ' clo;~1thesl .:, For·' i.·thei music I hear now ~II :! iTa keqs hlold. of my?"ear.n 0?o .w:v, :, ? ,:Aind leads mine aill . over the world by thenoise. :':ISo Ifollowed the bagpipe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 January 1914

MC artin & Co j Leongatha. - Sheep and Cattle Salesmen, i Stock; Station, Land* &Finaicial Agents. : - CATTLE SALES, 1914. - .- .. Leongathla. Korumb'ra. S" Thurs Friday'.. . January 8... 8 22* 2 :..216 30 February ...: 5: 19: 13 27:2 7 March '.. 5 19 .- 13 27.i April - 2 16" 30 24. - May .1428 :. 22 1 S-June .11 25' .5 19 i "July: - 9 23:' 3 17 31 1 A ugust'. ' 6- .20i.:-: i"14?28' -September ... '3. 17:- .. : 11 25. ' 1 S'-:October" : 1:.: 15 29' -,--:9 '23 :? - . November ...12 -26 ..6 20 -December ...10 .24 4 18 *Denotes First Sale-.' - A- gents for Sun lire Office Colonial Mutual'Life;.National Trustees, Execu tars and Agency Co. -... Head office, Leongatha, :Branchoffice Korumburra. - Loans Negotiated. Phone 28, Leongatha; S OUR NEXT SALE :ON THURSDAY. 5TH FEB. Horse Sale. LEONGATHA. Tuesday, January 27th, :1914. SCARKTIN &" CO' (hin conjunction .:- with CAMPBELL & SONS,:of i - Kirk's Bazaar, Melbourne) -will hold: a .:---: Sale of Horses, at th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 January 1914

FIRE! F iRE! ICRAIG'S NEWS. AGENCY TEMPORARYu PREMISES IN .&NELL'S BUILDINGS, ~Two Doors From~ Old Obrifr7 ? .EW. S tock.· Stationery, Con , .feo.tionery.and School Books to hand, togetliher with our. usual sulpply.of Newspapers and.-Maga zines. Tickets for Eight Hours' and Druids'-A:rt-Unions. - o - Y::' ou Want Good Value For Your Money?::: PRICES RIGHT. - : IF SO, CALL ON Years with Robison Bros., Engineers, BOILER. MAKERS Coppersmiths, Etc.) LATE R .S1IN PLUMBER and TINSMITH, &c., LEONGATHA, FOR the Follond g Lines:--TANKS, TROUGHS, and BATHS, and all Iron .1 Work in connection with Houses and Earms. Wihdmills supplied and erected. Dairy Utensils manutactured on the premises. -Cycles new and second hand), Caslh or Terms. Sundries kept in stock; good assortment. Repairs of al descriptions promptly executed. Brazing (Cast Iron and Other Metals) done Sewing- Machines repaired. Satisfaction guaranteed; . HOT and COLD WATER, GAS, STEAM, REFRIGERATING, and SEWARAGE CON...

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