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GAZETTE NOTICES. LICENCES APPROVED, UNDER SEC. 49 [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 22 March 1879

GAZErrE' NOTICES9.. * .-4-----. LICENBOs APPioUvcO. UNDEo Sec; 49 Alexondra.-1'eninston Costar, 18a;lex. andra. Aloxandra.-Allen Costor, 18&,,,..p&1ez andra. Alexandra.--S. J. A. Fenton ; O, Alez. andra. Alexandra.-eorgo Qorreon, 19a, Gobur. Alexaudra,-R-ichard G3oodear.'...,··H) Yarek. - ' Alexandra.-Calvort Darker, Its, ALex. ondra. Alxnoiira.--John M+acklon, a81, + a1x.' andra. Alexanudra.-Mrs P. hobaits, 20a, We" w ritti. Alexandra.-Jmces Wilson, 200, Ala-. otndra. Alcxaodra.-Jcooph Lancaster, 39ae, .OUa. garoun. LIOPNOLs £RVOiKEI AT OILQUEST OF TUM John Al-op ; See 49, Alex~.uolr, 20a. 1)- q12 'I ( i l l e , S ,-,c 49, ]'NXlr~cr . l~dr . r·r CI' '1· ` "t, rýn n~i ::n~u·!t\ t.. phi N~r? ,I. h) ti .l u Adpril 1ek tb, " u t n~u arciiua led I., 1, ryCi·ann 'Thi boiundairies of ourl&inLi- asveeva4 for w ter supply purpose, at Ahciau4d gazetted.

Publication Title: Alexandra And Yea Standard, Gobur, Thornton And Acheron Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 22 March 1879

.,,,~;'"; dO MPANIES. V'JCT8AsIA INSURANCE COM. ., , .. . PANIES. ' ' • >'l',IlUnited Capital- 2,200,000. Hon. Henry Miller, Chairman. F" : IRE and MARINE, t':!".''',"LIFE and GUARANTEE , ., RISKS ACCEPTED at ": 'LWEST, CURRENT RATES. OMde---Market.street, Collino.streot west. t'r, 'i' JOSEPH COLLIE, S' Secretary,, . n'"a fin- or Alexandra: A. G0; MQOON.7 r- ll. 'l.'h : , . . . . .. ..' ' , " ' " so: .SUT-I BRITISH "F,.bE AND MARINE INSURANCE '' ': COM1PANY. 'ead Office: Queen St, Melbourne. Fire Isisirances ffeoted at Lowest Current S.'Rates and oA mdobt favirable termi.' Agent lor Alexandra-F. WHEELER. ;QUEEN INSURANCE COMPANY. ,V., CAPITU., Two M.uILLIO STHBILINO niB., only Englisih, Assurance Company * ? reklterd' under the Life Assurance Costpantl' Act, 1873, as 1having' secured assets in Victoria. Fire risks at.reduced rates. Life risks the tohept'with safety. All colonial funds are fi'e@l4d 1I tbis colony. " ' ' DIREkTons: ,W..K. Thomson, Esq.,'J P. (Chairman). .J.Lungdon,...

Publication Title: Alexandra And Yea Standard, Gobur, Thornton And Acheron Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Alexandra & Yea Standard PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY "EXCELSIOR." SATURDAY, 22ND MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 22 March 1879

$14 audla & Aem Arndaurd 4 bi PUuLIs5ED EVERT SATURZDAY II "*~EXVELQ IOa Ln." SATURDAY, 22N2D MARCH. Tnl extraordinary sucoes 'of the Vic-0r torian four and a half per cent. loan just floated on the London market is y most encouraging, as at the present 1V time such a success must lead to re. action in all branches of trade and com- F merce. The money itself is not L auflicient for the purpose of carrying J out our entire railway scheme, but will pay for the M. & H.B. railway, as well as for the construction of those t lines now in course of being laid down. I As evidently the associated banks were doubtful that the loan, if of larger amount than three millions, would have I been a failure, they knowing, or supl. posed to know, the pulse of the money market, acted no doubt for the b,?t ; but as things have turned out it seemin a pity that the written promise of Mr Berry that no more money would be asked for for a period of eighteen months was ever given, as we could ...

Publication Title: Alexandra And Yea Standard, Gobur, Thornton And Acheron Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE PURSUIT OF THE KELLYS. BENALLA, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 22 March 1879

THE PURSUIT' OF THE KELLYS.   (FROM THE ARGUS.) BENALLA, Tuesday. The following search party returned, after an absence of about a week, this evening, and as the Kellys are still at large, it follows that their mission was a fruitless one, viz :-Superintendent Sadlier, Sub inspector O'Connor, eight troopers, five Queensland black trackers, and five packhorses. Ailthough the cold is against the blacks, the entire party looked somewhat fresher than might have been expected. ECHUCA, Tuesday. It is now generally believed that the four men seen at Gunpower Island were the Kellys. Four horses are said to have been found turned adrift in a fatigued state from over-riding. The horses are not claimed by anyone in   the district. No further information about the four men seen at Pental Island, 40 miles by river above Swan- hill, have come to hand. MANSFIELD, Tuesday. A Queensland black tracker arrived here last night, and will leave some time during to-night with a l...

Publication Title: Alexandra And Yea Standard, Gobur, Thornton And Acheron Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE CHILDREN'S PIC-NIC. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 22 March 1879

THE CHILDREN'S PIC-NIC. According to the usual custom, the children attending St. John's Sunday School were treated to a pic-nic on Monday last, in the racecourse paddock. The young folks, who mustered in large numbers, were marched, with banners flying, to the ground about 11 a.m., and during the day were enjoying themselves to their hearts content. The girls were taken in hand by Mrs Hutchtinson, assisted very ably by the Misses Kempster,     Hutchinson, and others, and racing and other games were the order of the day, those winning the several events, receiving suitable prizes. The boys, under the guardianeship of   Messrs Bainbridge, Wollaston, Anglin, and Welstead, also seemed to enjoy their outing. Prizes were given for jumping, running, &e., and the elder portion of the company, not to be outdone by the juveniles, also went in for a game of two's and three's and seemed not behind the youngsters in their enjoyment of all sports. T...

Publication Title: Alexandra And Yea Standard, Gobur, Thornton And Acheron Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MY FIRST TRIP TO MELBOURNE [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 29 March 1879

MY FIRSTR'I'RP i0 MELBOURNE -t Early in eighteen fifty.three, Our lunk being none the heat, And water scarce, we moved our camp ;. Just three miles further:west. I sold in May four pound of gold, 0 -* And bouaghta'Aplendid team, . At least thatll what I hotwht them for. Though they: were rather lean. I thought the dray was splendid too, Because the wheels were stout Enoueh for any bullock dray, And never could wear out. The lot were sold, anod so was I Scarce knowing head fro l, tail, And as to their brine )oung or old, A baby knew as well. But what they were I hat to prove, - And meant to bring from town A ton of rations, when, by jove, They would not pull a pound. I could not putt-the harness on, Or yoke them to the dray, But 'Possum Joe did this for me, And saw me safe away. Punih in the l'a0, the mare in shafts - At least I think it was a mare, At all events its name was Bees, The rest I wouli not swear. The road had not been cleared of trees, These were my greatest bother, For ...

Publication Title: Alexandra And Yea Standard, Gobur, Thornton And Acheron Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MURDER IN THE FAR WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 29 March 1879

MURDER IN THE FAR WEST. (nROH THE BISoIANE COURIER, MIARCI 5.) Life in the far bush is always recognised as having its special diiogers and its certain privations, but murders of a wholesale cha racter by blacks have been comparatively rare. When we remember the numbers of native blacks, their stealthy ways of life, and almost entire absences of any moral aestralne, we wonder, with the limited police protection afforded, that such cases as the terrible occurrence reported in the following letter from Wills' Creek are not more frequent. Concerning this sad affair, a correspondent signing himself " One of the Unfortunate" writes : " Wills' Creek, January 29, 1870.-Our quite life out here has been upset by the brutal murder of four white men on one of the neighbouring stations by the aborigines. About two months ago Mr B. Molvo arrived herd in charge of some cattle owned by Mr W. Beckett, of the Balonne, and established a station on Suleiman Creek (a tributary of the Wills), ota waterh...

Publication Title: Alexandra And Yea Standard, Gobur, Thornton And Acheron Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
JOHN HART'S WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 29 March 1879

JOHN HART'S WIFE. .He spoke very kindly; but Lily shook her head. ,I feel better now, she said petulantly. 1Don't deny me, John; I :would much prefer going down. It was late when she entered the 'parlour, her sudden .ilpeass being the excuse; but Claudia bad proved an .efiolent hostess, to judge by the merry peals of laughter. Walter Learon stood by the mantelsbelf. Claudia sprang forward to meet Lily. Are you better? Then, turning to Walter, she added, Here is an old acquaintance of yours, Lily. I need not introduce you, I suppose. Walter scanned the features of the woman before him ; but to him she was ia sealed book. She held out her hand; looking full in the face of her old lover. I am happy to meet you, Walter, though sufficient time has elapsed for us to grow out of each other's memory. The words were firmly and sweetly spoken, and even after Claudia left them, they appeared as if but passing acquaintances, Lily never showing the slightest remembrance of the pat. . Several wee...

Publication Title: Alexandra And Yea Standard, Gobur, Thornton And Acheron Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 29 March 1879

CHIP S. -4-- I once heard a story oi two ladies t one said to the other, " Oh, my dear, did you hear that awful case of crim con P" Oh' dear, no I" said the other, "I never listen at such things, dear, but really I think the husband hias a good deal to answer for I" And then why did the night rambler stay too late, and then leave by the fence, when, gates,doore,&'o.,were qvallable for that purpose. Just so I Well, now, I don't went any one to read thls unless they llke. Tue FouT.--Dear Toby, having been at the fight,, I was on the look out to sle if you I..: i ,Ir'IJ put in an appearance, but no, so I took down the notes, and as I am nat up to the entire ,lasng of the P.1., 1 got Jem Mace to fill in lor me, so you can put it in the paper if you like. Well, then, we made our exit at night from' the town in traps, as we knew the other " traps were on the look out for us. Travelling for somn distance, we arrived at a bend in the river, and boats being ready, we crossed over int...

Publication Title: Alexandra And Yea Standard, Gobur, Thornton And Acheron Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE BURNING OF THE NORTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 29 March 1879

THE BURNING OF THE NOR IHAM. 4--- (PROM THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD, MARCH 21. Probably every one in Australia h.e heard of the Northam, which wee fitted up hy the ale MIr Mort with fre.zing poparatus for the purpose of oarr3iI g home a cargo of Iresh meat. The scheme did not answer. and most people had almost forgotten the vessel, until, at the beginning of the present year, a eablegram announced that she lind been burnt at sen, but that her crew and pessengers were saved. Mr G. Day, a gentleman holding an appoint. ment in the Queenlanri Trea-uty de. Iptrtment, with his wife end two daughters, were passengers by the Northam. Mr Day has suppled us with the following particulars of the dieaster: " We sniled from London on the llth of November with 20 p:,sengers--1 gentlemen, 3 ladies, and 1 ch!Id, with a crew of 40 ; all went well until the 21st December. Six weeks out from England, lit 9 30 8., Ion. 31.45 W., and about 200 miles from Perneam huco, Brazil, South Ameriga. when ibout 11 ...

Publication Title: Alexandra And Yea Standard, Gobur, Thornton And Acheron Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ALEXANDRA SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 29 March 1879

ALEXANDRA SHIRE I;OUNCIL. The utdinery meeting of the Shire Council was held on I'uesday last. Present--Cis Whitelaw (to the chair),. Wightman, Dunn, Laao, Knowles, M'Cull, and Ferguesaon. CORIREsPuNDENCE. From Clerk of Courts, notifying that. Anthony Liddle, an alleged lunatio, would be brought before the tcourt on the 14th inst. From Surveyor-General, stating that a L.nd roard would be held on the ist AprIl. From Secretary Melbourne Exhibi. tion, inviting oo-operation. From Government Statist, as to agri. cultural statistics. From Secretary of Lands, respeoting certified plana. From M. Maddiford and T. Golds worthy, complaintog of the herdsman. As it apusured the writers were under some misapprehension as to the faeels, no actiuo was taken. From W. Cocking, stating that a dangerous hole existed in the street, near Linniy's.-To be seen to. From Borough of Warrnambool,ask. ing co-operation in testing legality of Government charging commission on pnhclian's licensee. From Under Secre...

Publication Title: Alexandra And Yea Standard, Gobur, Thornton And Acheron Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 29 March 1879

EUROPEAN TELEGRAM S. ----"- We are indebted to our Melbourne contem par.tade for the following extrauts: BERLIN, March 21. ~'.;'U It.day's sitting of the Reichstag, the ILMinieter for Foreigh Affairs of the Empire, kepli.ng to a question, said the extent of German officlal support and reprsentution at the'spproaching Melbourne and Sydney Ex bibitions, would depend on tho result of laquirles which :bad. been instituted' by the Governtent. MAnaDo, March 21. T' he spanish Government has promised to a? pot 'the Melbourne Erhibltion. SLONnoNo, March 22. Cerajn offloial desepatches in connexiol wii'iSb recent disaster to the Cape psave been made publio by the Govern meet tlAimonrist others is a despatch from Lord C~qlmsford to the Secretary of State for War, ,datedthe 9th February, in which the former tlquests to be superseded in his command of " a the forces. S?ir,Bartle Frere concurs in this demand, ired 'points. out that the officer selected should' be flitted to succeed him (Sir ,irtl...

Publication Title: Alexandra And Yea Standard, Gobur, Thornton And Acheron Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OUTWARD CORRESPONDENCE [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 29 March 1879

OUTWARD CORRESPONDENOCI 8. Nash, calling upon him to com plete contract. .Under Treaseeurer, forwarding returns. Central Board of Health, forwarding t" etnrna. J. O'Callaghan, re Enoch's Point road contract. ,,..District Surveyor pointing out n. eassity of road being reserved near . Qleen's. Lands Department, tsking for certain .:. plans. ?. Public Works, as to the closed roads ': ' 'Minister of Linde, asking for piece of land to be reserved at Home Creek for travelling stock. Government Etatist, forwarding agri cultnral statistics. I?: t OOENEtIAL BUSINFSB. S Moved by Cr M'Coil, seconded by Cr Dunn-That the sum of £7 10s he Spid to Mr Webb in compensation for injur es received at culvert at Thornton. -Carried. Moved by Cr Knowles, seconded by Cr Fergueson--That Cr Wightman be authorised to get the various culverts in Thornton repaired without delay. Carried. Moved by Cr Dunn, seconded by Cr i'Coll-That Cr Lids be authorised to .,.. get the culvert over branch of Crystal * Creek reu...

Publication Title: Alexandra And Yea Standard, Gobur, Thornton And Acheron Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ZULULAND DISASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 29 March 1879

TIHE ZULULAND DISASTER. All other interests have this week been subordinated to the news which reaches us from our colony oi Natal. No event of recent years hbs more vividly impressed the puhlio mind than the disaster which bha marked in red the i.mmencement of our war with the Zelue. The informarinn previouely received had pointed to *hl rettoet of the natives on Lord Colmealord's advance bevondl the frontier. Our troops were mnoving in three columns upon the head-qulrters of King Cetewavo. Suddenly a brief telegram, brought in swift haste to St Viruncnt, as the nearest pioint from which oommtnica. tion is possible, announoed that one of these onlumns had been in part anni hilated,' that Lord Ohelmsford was falling baok,mand that the whole colony was "in serious danger." The con sternation prevailing at the Cape was for a brief space reflected at home. The loss of 600 men in such circum stetnces, theo.capture by the ernmy of rifles and omunition in large quantities, which can be .t...

Publication Title: Alexandra And Yea Standard, Gobur, Thornton And Acheron Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Correspondence. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] TOBY'S "HINT." (To the Editor of the Standard.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 29 March 1879

.Ifa do not hold ourselves responslble or the qpo erpressed by our correspondents.] TOBY'S " HINT." (To the Editor of the Standard.) . Sta--In considerationr of the excellent feel. i- g whlah has hitherto existed between the '?members of the Alexandra and the Oobu. oticket clubs, I te, 1 it incumbent upon me, as representing the former players, to deny the accuracy of the information supplied to your contributor "Toby," and referred to by him i? your last week's Issue. It is not true t'ot S.we were supplied with "all the delicacies of the season," when visiting Gohur, wihile, in return, we gave our guests "a glass of beer and .a dry sandwich." It is not fair to accuse "the Alexandra club of possessing an ungener , r:-oue spirit, for they have endealvored to treat their opponents, in the field or otherwise, in the same manly way in which they hav.e been always met. The complaints, it such there be, have sprung from a dissatisfied player, Who has lately deserted the ranks of tile A.C....

Publication Title: Alexandra And Yea Standard, Gobur, Thornton And Acheron Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GAZETTE NOTICES. LICENSES APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 29 March 1879

GAZETIE NOTICES. LICPNEa9 APPhtOVXD. Alasandra-John Doyle, 320s, Garratan .;-. nel a £8 6s to pay. . Alezandra-Jame. Woodbury 98s, Alex 'inrai £2 124% to pay. UNDLRB ECTION 10. Alexandra-M. A. Crichton, 94 £1I 4.. Alexandra-Martin F'gan, 27a, Merton i Ints. - - aleandra--John Cook, 149x, Gobur i £7.141. Alexandrs-John Brodie, 32a, Gobur .£1i 17.. .Alexandra-John Leckie, 169., Mainton. goda a £8 14. to pays UEINIR SECTION 49. Martin Eguln, 20a, Merton I £2 2. 64, LIOI.?cE8 EVOE?D. Alexandra-Charles H. Hempel, 136a QLagaroon ; open for selection on the 4th April, 1879.

Publication Title: Alexandra And Yea Standard, Gobur, Thornton And Acheron Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 29 March 1879

o :.. COMPANIES. nOtýO', TelCTORIA' INSURANCE COM C h .e PANIES. , :, : .. Uited Capital-c£2,200,000. S? l .on. fHenry Miller, Chairman. ip ,*s ; ::FIRE and MARINE, ., '.IFE and GUARANTEE JIs a.:?l : ?RISKS ACCEPTED at ':r: ' :LOWEST CURRENT RATES, .; ~tim c c-Market?street, Collins.stroet west. ?:,. ?I :. a JOSEPH COLLIE, '. ' Secretary. :-, "e rAgentfor Alexandra: A. G. MOON. S.:SOUTI1 BRITISHt 'o,:1E AiNDF MARINE INSURANOE COMPANY. : ?ad ,Ofioe: .Queen St, RMelbourno. i re Insurances effected at Lowest Current Rates and on most favorable terms, ... Agent for Alexandra-F WIHEELER. QUEEN INSURANCE COYIPANY. "...: CAPITJ~l, Two MILLIONS STaniLSO. -T s, mHE only English Assurance Company " registered under the Life Assurance 'Coimpanies' Act, 1873, as having secured se'l-thaets in Victoria. l,.i .:Fire risks at reduced rates. Life risks the: r, ,,lowest with safety. All colonial funds are Ihrveated in this a olony. DInI:crons: : : - ,W. K: Thomson, Esq.. J P. (Chairman). ., J Langdon...

Publication Title: Alexandra And Yea Standard, Gobur, Thornton And Acheron Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Alexandra & Yea Standard PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY "EXCELSIOR." SATURDAY, 29TH MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 29 March 1879

ronULIsZD vER5a IATIRDAY ** EXCuELs(xIO|." SATURDAY, 29-rs MARCH. IN directing the attention of our agri cultural readers to the actual necessity, not only individually, but collectively, of their duty to themselves and neigh hours as a farming community to the desirability of their insuring their dwell. ings, machinery, and stacks from fire, we do so with the view of placing before those who may not be aware of the fact that the insurance offices are now issuing their policies at the lowest possible rates commensurate wi h safetv, and any one who may have stacks or stores of grain can lor a oere trifle secure themnselves agalinsa lose in cane their properties nr.y he overwhelmed by a conflagration, whether commnmec ing on their own premises or extendmint from those of others, and surely the bitter experience of every summer should of itself be a sufficient lesson to induce our farmers to take the precau tion of insuring themselves against loss. or may be utter ruin, for in how mian...

Publication Title: Alexandra And Yea Standard, Gobur, Thornton And Acheron Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 29 March 1879

Popular and Useful Remedies. DR. D. JAYNE'S STANDARD Family Medicines.:: Well adapted to preserve health everywhere, and especially . useful in localities where the advice of a phy. sician cannot be ob tained readily. EXPECTORANT. Dr. Jayne's Expectorant for Lung Complaints and Bron chial Disorders-one of the safest compounds ever of fered-certain in all cases to afford relief, and when resorted to in the early stages of these diseases, to effect speedy cures. It is an effective remedy for Coughs and Colds, Whooping Cough, Asthma, and Pleurisy. SANATIVE PILLS, Dr. Jayne's Sanative Pills, for Liver Complaints, Costive ness, Sick Headache, Dys pepsia, Female Diseases, and all Bilious Affections, a prompt and thorough cure. They stimulati :he Liver to healthy action, prof.cote di. gestion, and act beneficially whenever a Purgative is re quired. LINIMENT. Dr. Jayne's Liniment, an ex ternalapplication, unequalled for Sprains, Bruises, and Pains and Soreness in the Bones and Muscles, and ...

Publication Title: Alexandra And Yea Standard, Gobur, Thornton And Acheron Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 29 March 1879

To be carefully read by all Busiess Mlaen Extract froma Horace Greeley's Prize Essay. or ADVERTIS ING. rpo the iourchant or cleal r wiu is stlno of ihs ability to fulfil or l ra onl till: mo~t favorable terms, the ttailnmeut of au Cadequate publieity is a matter of prinlary cocncern. It his circl of .trade is properly the distrl, t in which ihe lives, thcen he shoubtctc take effe. teual meosur.s to let every faml?y i", tlhe dirlrict know what hle sells and Iet what caonditiocs. It is idle to speak of the cotuas in icnpedimtecit.l Ie cnllght as well obj,.t t to the co.t .,f shelttring hilas oods troln bad weathcer, protrrcting .them from tlcieves, or lealin' out to customers. All thue oter coat of hits busiees is inculrred without ath quate motive or re:urn, so long as lthe essential element of Iris business is ncglectid or crimped. If his vocation and his stock only ent tlh him to expect.the custom of his own tcownship and neigphorhood, thin he should incur the expenses ct fully inf...

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