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A STRANGE DINNER PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 19 June 1914

STKANfiK D1NM3K I'AUTY. A gang of brigands which ha.-- re cently Kainod notoriety by its ex ploits in the province of Palermo descended 011 the household of Sig ner Ant onino Sileci, a wealthy landowner, at Crammirhele, while lie was Fitting at. supper with his wife, his sister-in-law, ami two friends. The brigands, who \ver«' masked, entered (he dining-room with re volvers in their hands, and relieved the master of the house and his puGsSts of their valuables. Two 01 the brigands then seatid themselves at. the t Sibil! beside the ladies and made a hearty meal. while their companions ransark"d the hous.\ Crorer : "What do you mean by pending' nm* only twelve oumes of steak when 1 send lor a pound ' Butcher : "Oh. I dim t know ; hul i ll loll yidi what 1 did. 1 lust i my pound weight, and so used one I of your packets of ton instead. To ensure n Yorkshire pudding alwnvs being' light, il is a K00'1 plan "to add a tablespoonful of cold water to the butter just before plac I ing it in t...

METAPHORS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 19 June 1914

METAPHORS. Tho use of metaphors often lends t/ unusing Miliernici.^ius. One lms heard for example, of tho gentleman win join pared his politieal adversary to I bird of prey which had had its teetl ,Hilled. Councillor Me.Alleu, a member o. the West Hmu Town Council, went oni bettor than this alien, seeking to soolhi >on:e colleagues whom he had affronted he said, "I am sorry to liavo rnisec -nch a flame, but I will pour oil 01 it." Animosity was forgotten in laugh ter, and the la 11,'rliter was renewed whei later the conned lor, in a burst of en rhiisiasin, referred to some people bei. ' Idee the came! which, when it didin *-ant to see anything, buried its iieac :? the sand." First ninri (in club smoking-room): . _?}».»*, I. lmvo th»t I ? Nooouri .Man: Aoiv. that's* most 111 .«»r.»sf fr,R. Uimt <mn bo tho ronton foi 'Itu t ? * Hiird Mnn: "X hnro a tfioory," otc. itc. Fourth Mar.: " Tfc occurs to mo" itc., ote. -After llicjr had discussed tho mat(«i ?or nil hour, the mnn...

ROMANTIC MARRIAGES—[?] FAILURE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 19 June 1914

?UI.MANTIC MAKKlAUttS i'nore are tuo nii<.»v young po... rlio allow their hearts to run ,ai>"_ ; .'it.i lucir iieaiis in a ion* atiaji. .)!, I_r ID.in and Human iumiiv om ' heir teeu> are attracted louaijs e;r. titur. Tlir y Ihniii t iiai Hh'v.an- M\ , . UM-nv, a»iv\ luivM-^- tin- yoiits^ people l »a.t av. hii^. ()l cour^o, lac iailer U.* .iviiai ely coni»](i-/i that lue\ art- br:i. iijii-liy dealt * nil, and treated hi. ..i.*iren. and *!«.»n jjai they n;: »'i iie haul lieu in their dosiru to tfe tarried. Ma.»y ;-xi;1> are iiK*ii,.r,} to eon^uh i.'t pa ivmal lias not muci 'fi-L-; on ti.e i;app;:ies>. of man iud lift .1- is a i»r«-at u: stake. There ma. . » t>e I'Moiuau' and sicklies . ih'Ii a n.u'ie'i .. h.'lp and advice woul< :-..ve 111% aiuah,.-, Ami the wife wht .....nit call on that help is apt to fev . 'litt*. i* V'-n^e of loneliness anil isola Ii would be u m>rry world if a) on.trnv were dead, but unless tht .'>ii ifiupvred with reaso...

MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 19 June 1914

PJSASCS Your? DISTRICT Omwrninji soparfcf of tlie distrct new-" c ? 111<">? but *e'-d >ni. T'iH i- " '. ,|". fault "f tlu? Editor, for lie l|H3 » ' miraculous |i 'Wur of knowing what i I,:,111'l'i,i11in Mil Iliu place3 in tho nrea .if circul iti-'ii. Li i* the fault of rc.-id 0-,i- in Llm silent placid. Will some man or IT -hi hi Ul;« tin" r n luuid and c.m-e llie sili'NCe t" If ib) "nil else is d .ini; it tcj your lieuirt, "ill i'OU try on tlie<e lines? Send accounts of public uml^ social vents in voiir township or noiglib o [, , d, Slid:' :is death-, aceid ? nts couv-i^, mat e-s toiieliiri^ indu> | j , ;j .t .. 111. . r « > u . si'Min «i iV.k ..7 .-r .. - ..in - n.- i>.» -*kolt'l1 'ii if \V l it'' O ' " ?'! -i'l" ?' p H' T 4.11 ! . . Gi*?.! mt>>riiMli -n, iei. criticism nloiie. Writii v. ? ur iiiinin in . n><' c-irner not f.>r priming, l>ut t > provo g" "I fititli.

WHY WOMEN SHOULDN'T FLY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 19 June 1914

WHY WOMEN SHOULDN'T FLY. ? 1 . (By }). C. BUCKS, TIIK UrSHlK DOWN' AVIATOR.) "Flying is a man's business, and a woman hasn't the right type of mind to engage in it successfully. That is tho chief reason why I don't approve 01 girls becoming aviators. On more than one occasion when I have been up in the air with a lady passenger, the niachinc has side-slip pod or struck an air-pocket, and though X won't say we have been within an inch of death, we have certuinly been in great danger. These things happen to the best airman, and cannot be avoided. Having righted the machine and descended to earth, the pilot steps out with nerves all tingling, and he offers a silent prayer for his lucky escape. The lady passenger jumps out, her face wreathed in smiles, and gushingly remarks upon tho aw fully topping trip she has mado, and what a funny little turn tho machine took half a minute ago. She has never realised ;thut her LADIES .LOSE THEIR ITEM'S. When an airman ascends to at tempt some trick ...

[?] [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 19 June 1914

.Juno-First (j'i:irlfr '2nd, 10.3 u m . lull iil'>'.ii S'li, I'.IS p in ; lii-t qiiiirtf I (iili, 12 '2 I :i in ; new m '.>n 1 till, 1 M III. .Inly-Fir-1 (| rirtcr 1st, f> 2 4 u in ; lull in i"ii 7ili, 11.D p in : lut qn.irtci l">tll, |l r|] ; 111'\T III I 'II 2.8nl, 12.:>.S p in ; lir.-t q-mrler 550th, 0 51 1 hi. August - Full ni'i'ii Gi!i, 1(1.40 i\ in; U.-l ijnirli'r II t li, 10.o1! ii in , nrw >ii'.' ii 2I-t, 10/20 11 in ; lirst qiiurtri 2S'Ii, t ii'J p in. S"|ilI'nili'T - Full in ''iii full. 12 '2 nin: uist qini'ler 1:5th, ;! IS :i in ; linn in "Hi 2 ith, 7. 553 u in ; lirst .jni;11cr 2iiiii, 1U..'5 p in. t'ct'iiuv-Ku'l in i hi Iili, :5 p m : hist qimrt.iT 12th, 7.55:5 pill ; iii-n iii*"'ii I tltli. 1.55:5 |i in ; lirst qiurtei 2li; 'i, 8.1-1 p hi. Niivi'inlii-r- Full hi .?.M :!d. 9.48 =tin; i isi (j ruler 1 1th, . G i in ; new in i"ii l">t!i. 2.1 a in ; lirst quarter 21th, II ;!ti p in, IM'cc.ntier - First q.inner -Jril, 1.2o i in ; las; q i iru'r 1 I Ii, ...

THE DAIRY IMAGINARY CONVERSATION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 19 June 1914

THE DAIRY r IMAGINARY CONVERSATION. I Between James Walton, manajcr of tlic Inuamincka Co-operative Butter Factory, and one ot his suppliers in this instance, Bill Thompson. I Walton : X was out your way yes terday, Bill. You seem to be milking ' a lot of cows. How many ? | Bill ". Oil, between JO and 60. I don't know for certain. Walton : But you should know,. It | is tbo height of folly not to know. I Supposing I came to our annual j meeting and you asked me how many lbs. of cream it took to make the [butter we had produced ; supposing I said that I wasn't sure-what sort of a man would you think I was ? Bill : Yes, but that's different. Walton : No, it's not different.. Th"" j men nre different, that's all. You and jl are different. Now, don't go away, I Bill. I want to ask you some ciufs ; Hons. I want to know what kind of ; bull - what breed of bull - you're j using. Bill : A Jersey. J Walton : Then how camc all those ; Ayrshire markings and Ayrshire heads ? it in 'em. How long ...

A THRILING ADVENTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 19 June 1914

A thriving adventuke. I was once a clerk in a. po*d« migazino in South ' w.VSl foi lontiibutor). . ,.m ,,4rQnf a widt atoty, situated in tho . natu .lain far from n"y awoil.,.g9. A naT alist, friend was showing ,irom)e< peoimens of b^tlcs, when he d opp« he case in which tliey were ' ",d, in his hurry to recove tht m .ecU, he also . dropped bomo loo* Hatches from his pocket at the sam ime. More flurried than over, he a° identally stepped upon a maUl'- linei "!£ ofTho rlis"thfmeS, and! to my con .vool sticking to it. I was about to rush to the m«S ivlion tho-o » ns an a'.\ ful e- I . ma when 1 recovered ray sons.es n> U« Mospital three (lays , n-itu lint the had UiUt-*.! ill. ' ? alist. frioiul outright, am, ; ? lie "pampas," or urass, on tilt I > n". lire had swept the count > lor' » mndred milos, destroying thousand, o! ". ' \ and forest, many vil ures of crass, and forest, -aRk a s5.ro of large town., and cau* .UK the death of several lives.

A Dangerous Gyroscope. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 19 June 1914

A Dangerous Gyroscope. 4 The gyrosoopo is constructed scien tifically, and is, while moving round its axle, oxecuting a circular move ment. round a strong pillar sup porting it. ; n weight at the back insures the stability o( the appa ratus. The diameter of the wheel is about I-Ut.; it. is built liko a bicycle wheel, and bears 011 one side a metallic fac ing joined to the axlo by eight gir ders of iron ; on the facing is fixed a track composed of small wooden bars, giving nioro "ffrip" to the tyros. The bicycle is somewhat similar to ordinary machines; the handle:* nre vertical, the front fork stn.ighter, | and tlic whole a few pounds heavier (hail ordinary bicycles. The performer entering It on his bicycle, commences by riding rapidly thus impressing a reverso movement to the gyroscope ; when this has at tained a certain speed, he blocks his wheels by a powerful eftort of the logs ; tlie gyroscope therefore pulls him backwards to a certain I'M--.. .. -'4, v. U J On the gyroscope. T...

MAN AND HIS STOMACH. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 19 June 1914

MAN AND HIS STOMACH. It is not an uncommon tiling to hew i man or woman say-"There is som<> thine tlio matter with my stomach. . L'iiey never stop to think whether tliej ihemselvcs are "ot at f.-niJt. instead d lie stomach. It is so easy.to 9'?®,0".5t' nto the stomach that is causing th« rouble. The stomach knows when il receives something that will be injuri .us to the body, cr when it lias beet .verloaded, and it protests against tin . ndjtre.stiblo article or the surplui ..mount of food. It is acting as a friend and sondinj . tit a warning against this abuse. Bui -istead of bein<j grateiul 10 the stom :*h and leaving off the iudi*j:e?«:ibl( ?od a:id tlie big dinners, the man 01 he woman continues to load it wit! .»ie and cake, pickles and sautes, port :n<I pancakes, and all sorts of things iiui then they complain that there i: MimetliinK the matter with theii ?tomacLs.

Testing Milk on the Farm. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 19 June 1914

Testing Nlilk on the Farm. Ti» illustrate how a test. is made, lot it he supposed that a man has a dairy of ton cows, mid suspects t hat. four of the animals arc "robbers," nnri wishes to find out. what th<\v arc givinjj in money value. The es sentials needed for carrying out the lost arc a rent rifugjjl machine re volving at a hlpjh speod whereby the bottle containing th'v milk can he whirled, and a few r.imple pieces of glassware. The cost of the en tire outfit, lar^o enmigh for a ten cow dairy, will br about, £2. There are seven makes of marhjws', ail hav ing" their tfond points. In th»-> bmj; run, howover, the best machine will be tlie simplest, and the samf may be Rftid 'of the i;tasswar»\ ( 'font hot lies are needed fur both new n»ii skim milk and cream, ami it. will be well to have throe of "ach nf these kinds on hand. Correct re.vuJtK \WH depend upon having" a good sample. In order to Kct such a sample of nny kind of ruilk or cream suitable precautious must be ...

(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) THE MESHES OF FATE. OR, THE CURSE OF THE BLUE DIAMONDS. CHAPTER I. A THIEF WHO DIDN'T CALL HIMSELF A THIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 19 June 1914

(ALL RIGHTS RE3KRVHD.) T H E _ 0 R, THE CURSE OF THE BLUE DIAMONDS. -? By Hedloy Richards, Author of "Thf Mine Master's Heir," "Time, tbo Avenger," etc., etc. CHAPTER I. A THIEF WHO DIDN'T CALL HIM SELF A THIEF. "Thank Hcavon !" The words wore spoken by a tall, g-aunt man of about thirty, who carried n pickaxe, epade, and a bundle, ns he paused in /ront of a roiig-h wooden shod. He had walked many, miles, and the sun was blazing: ns only nn Austra Hun sun cnn blare, and the wayfarer "]ho h"d "-orkcl many weary month:, nt n.-clnirn nnd at Inst rive,, it un in a7ZBt\,Utn ""f h°PlnB to f'»J a spot tbut would jrlvo him nomo turn for lils toll. ijut tho nlnco t ' .iJotmtl was still mnny .' claim with thankfulness. It was not often he thought or spoko of tlio Almighty, not being a God-fearing man or a swearer, and the words were almost a surprise to himself. "There's some one in the hut," he thought, as he pushed the door open and entered. It was a small place, hut some at tempt had been ...

Council Meetings, 1914. BULIN BE[?] SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 19 June 1914

Council Meetings, 1914. F.ULN II- LN SHIRK, ... ... 27 Augmt ... ... ^'epteinlior ... ... ^8 Nureiubtr ... ® Norrnibtr ... Dn'nnbtr >>. THE GIPPSLAND & NORTHERN CO OPERATIVE SELLING CO. LTD. ha» been appointed the wholesale dis tributing agents for the Gippsland Co-operative Bacon Curing Co. Ltd. Dandenong. Aik your grocer for Dandenong Bacon. PICNIC MODEL Intest Disc Grama phono in P. Faragher's window; no trumpet required, Cnso folds up and lock* making a" handsome cabinet can carry a dozen records. Toivn price £4 10s; other disc macliinen from £3 2i; fine stouk cf lieconi.s, all at town prirrB. Mr E. Talbot Jones, Dentist, Melbourne, will attend at Drouin on Tuesday, 7th July. Cliuucil or KM;: AJUS-SUIHUT n-xc Drouin 11 a.m. »ind 7 }>.m , Aih:one 245, KOT B. T» Svcr ; Hrnruij Ureek \lr llifTo I'GV influenza, cough, or cv\ ?, Woo l»*" is wori». i s in goM ; Wt « n \*in or troub «-se<>M».- ro^r wiy lu.b b it-hot-without delay. Into * hf:-%ll-size:.i J...

RIPENING THE CREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 19 June 1914

RIPENING THE CKEAM. One of the chief causes i»t dinicuit churning in winter is failure to ripen tin? cream. Cream ripens naturally during summer, but not always so in cold weather. Adding a little starter ; to cream, and not letting it full be- i low a temperature of 62dcg. F. in winter will produce a satisfactory ripening.

THE GARDEN. COLOUR IN APPLES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 19 June 1914

THE GARDEN. COLOUR IN AFTI.US. Kvidencc in support of the old oi i lion that sunlight is the chiej agent in developing colour in apples is afforded in n bulk-tin from the , I'etinsvlvnnian experiment station on j "T!ie Fertilising of Apple Orchards." Various dressings were applied to the . trees in order to ascertain their re- f npoctivc rtTcctup on growth of wood cial manure ulono' or in combination I notably increased growth and yield, I hut reduced colour. Tbs latter is at- ! trihut.oil to "delayed maturity and a diminished light supply to the fruit, due to an increase in the density of ; the foliage.". ft is added that ex- , periment.s proved that exposure to sunlight after picking increased red ness hy over 35 per cent., while some of the same lot of fruit stored in darkness showed practically no deep- . ening of colour. The conclusion is , that "maturity in sunlight on the , trees is undoubtedly the greatest in- j fluence affecting redness in fruit. 1 Phosphates, whilst increa...

THE MOTHER'S HAND. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 19 June 1914

IIIK MOTHKU'S HAND. Someone referring to t ho fuiishin* «>;ic!ies of the 11in11;in hand in polish \> .ertain optical instruments, ett., I.;, .aid that "the mother's hand. in iU* amily. is the pi';it polisher. It keep iMie fncos and ha.ds clean: it close uiios over kiui's and toes: it idl* hue :i-y mouths with wholesome and na!a aide food; it tucks in the sleep.nj. hildren at ni^ht and keeps out tw .old; it soothes weary limbs to rost; i hinds up cuts, and burned am. .uised fingers: it holds the cooliru Irau^ht to fowred lips; it gontlt -ian's the eyes that look upon the stir .jo more. In a figure, the mother' innd polishes tho minds and ehnmeteri jf her children. Her lingers point out iho letters on the block : in tlic primer '.he pajjc in history; t?;o noblo idealr to bo attained; tho far-off gold to b< reached; tlio rocks to bo sbunned; th< maelstrom to bo avoided."

ABOUT THE APPLE [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 19 June 1914

.. *. HT TTTTS A PPT .VI ?iwn: w nn-iv ami more univer sally liked i!ian til-.' apple. Why overt :::::ier lias not nil apple orchard, here tho trees '.vill l'I'ow at all, is o:'< f the irrea'.e-t mysteries. Let eveif i ? i'y in aatirnn lay in n good store -. n d it will be tn :hom L.'le limit eco "unica! inve.-Mn. rt in the who'e ranc; . f i ii!;':.!V s11;it>iit. s. A raw, mellow pole is ii in an hour and n ?ilf. whilst bo:!ed cabbage require? ive hours. If taken ireelv at break fa-'t. wi'h brown bread unci butter, it ':as an admirab'e effect oil the general n-stem. of!i.'ii removing constipation, ..??irreflins acidities, and cooline ofl febrile conditions more effectually iitan :!>.- must approved medicines Tile ?nnst. Ileal!iiful dc-sert that can be placed on the table is baked apples. If families could be induced to sub stitute the apple-sound, ripe, and luscious-in place of the pies, can dies. a:;d other sweetmeats, with which chrdren nre too often stuffe-i. the...

THE GIRL WHO IS ASHAMED OF HER MOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 19 June 1914

THE GIKL WHO IS ASHAMED j OF HICK .MOTHER. i It is a sorry day for a iriri wlwn she fe*11s lu'r<vii Fiiperinr to b»w mother, and considers herself callec4 upon to apologise fur her bad irrani mar. mispronounced words. foreign ac cent, or slips in her .speech. \V!jpx. a jjirl bi'i'oines ho s nail and oontconp Uhie that s! 10 is ashamed t-o appear in public with her mother, because she is old-fashioned and dowdy in anpear anee, her hands brawny, Iter face pre maturely wrinkVd. and her form ben by Ion# years of drudgery for he rhildnn. siio is indeed to be pitied She has fallen below contempt. Wt have in mind a mother who is con stantlv making sacrifices in order tha' her daughter may make a i?ood ap pearance in society. She wears her old jl-oak and shabby bonnet armihe. year; she remodels for the second uiuu and tries freshen up the 'jnwii now mi <i h j'fit'ur to nn j^ooJ n<t vantage «h otJior ^irls of her at*e. She drudges from morning till night, mid...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 19 June 1914

INDIGESTION £ II tiADACIIBS. HAD NO DESIRE TO EAT. HEALTH RHSTORE > 11V DR. MORSE S INDIAN ROOT PILES. 14Seeing one of your pmphirts h-miii* rears ago," writes Mr-* S A. IVhhlr, ijf Olinda-st., Qiurrr Hnl, lSmiditf-% 4 . ai t h H t period h v i u g o . npl.'h'Iv run d 'Wii, buying lovt e»n-ide utile W'*ii»ht, I deeded t >» ve I) i M r.V< 1 D.li'lti It. .1 IMU ii tri.l t i rectify wlut I tvmsideied tn l)»* , t Indigestion, I | f- u fife red much > rs S A. Tabhh, with PUtolenuy From a Photo. kna Fick Llead uehe-, and hid little or no desire to eat. Th"-f syinpi .. ii-i «.n«n ranched under a donf8^ of ()r \!or*<"'« Indian II n»t Pill.*. MY digestion improved and lho system generally wa< t«»n»»d up. Mv weight a^ain bee.toHi IMIUMI, nud I have never had anything to complain ««f iince. I recommend them to my friends r.nd have ftrerr faith in your medicine. You c;»n ntil'se the«e line.n if thought fit. I am ft mother of sixteen children.'* Flatulen...

MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 19 June 1914

MELBOURNE MARKETS. f ictor.y iiuucr forward this wepk ' snows a considerable shrinkiiKi? upon ? ..hi. wniK's receipts. There is also a ? suriiiK.i^t* ut c.ioiec ;iv:ii 1 ^bIe from tin* Northern Si ites. For choicest fresh Vietori in lu'liuls. I,ho in irket advanced 1(1 per II) to-day Choicest is selling :it Is 2d. choice Is IJ 'jd, good to prime Is J »d to is ldt stored and seconds lid to Is, separators 10J.&1. dairies 9id to 10(1. Cieeso-Supplies fair, demand good. Prime new loaf 8id, medium sizes Slid to 8l-£d, semi-matured 8J^d to lJd. and matured 9d to -Supplies now on tho in crease. O 1 I'uesday private and new laid dropped Id per dozen, and to-day (Thursday) an all rouad drop of 1(1 pur dozen took pi ie« Ordinary lines Is 51, private to Is 7:1, new laid Is 8.1, duck uKt;s Is 7d, Preserved egu's Is !<>d. , . Bieon - Primo light sides 9Ji , medium weights 8!(>d. heavies 8d, middles 10d to 10l<jd, hams lOd, j ickets 81,2(1 to 9il. Lard - Bulk G...

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