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The Funeral of the late Mr. T. K. Ryder. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 July 1901

The Funeral or the late Mr. T. K. Byder. On Wednesday morning last there were interred in the Church of Eng land section of tbe Bowral General Jemetery tbe mortal remains of the late Mr. T. K. Ryder. Thetamily came to reside in Bowral somesix years ago for the benefit of Mr. Ryder's health, for a slight accident had developed into spinal disease. A mere slip and fall backwards had jarred the, spinal system, yet at the time no ill effects were felt. After a year excruciating pain was frequently experienced, and as the attacks became more frequent the agony woe well nigh unendurable, but these great sufferings were borne with exemplary patience and Christian fortitude. Mr. Ryder was sufficiently well to take part on 2nd April lost in tbe marriage of Mb -daughter to Mr. R. W. R. Thomas. A day or so afterwards a relapse set in, and for three months he was more or less confined to his bod. The end came early on .Monday morning last, and be passed away most peacefully. Tbe funeral took pl...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 July 1901

CRICKET CLUB. . A general meeting of the Burrawang G.C. was held at the residence of Mr. Rud&e on Wednesday evening, there being a good attendance of members. AftoXbe minutes were adopted, a letter wasread from Mr. B. Hetheriogton (uoretary of memorial fund) asking mr. a. uaone to wie cnargeoi the criokiters' ?nbscriptioD list in connection with the fund. After aome discussion, it j was decided to donate £1 Is ont of the club's finance! towards the erection of a tablet to the lite A. J. TornbulL The' treasurer reported that the club had a credit balance of £3 Is Sd in hull after all accounts had been paid. It wu also aiewtained tbat tbe oriokeliug material was in a satisfactory condition. ' Messrs. IV. H. Bttdge. and H. Maokie were appointed to make up the aTecagas for the past season,' and it waa also decided to hold the annual social on Angust SO, at whioh the trophies will bo prweDted. In the debate in the House of Re prosentatives on tbe Public Service Bill, Mr. G. W. Fu...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Burrawang. DRAUGHTS MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 July 1901

Bnrrawang. DRAUGHTS MATCH. Ale m representing the Robertson Draughts Club arrived qu'te unexpectedly at Burra wang on Saturday evening, bnt notwith standing the'«horc notice, a, local team was got togettur by Mr. R. Murrey. A very en lovable match was indulged in. resultlnc in Burrawang suffering a defeat by 22 games to 14, and it may be mentioned that it was tbe 6nl time that Bnrrawang had met it* ' Waterloo' against Robsrtaon. The visi tors were af terwardi nospitab'y entertained by the home team. Mr. R Murray ex presse] pleasure at tbe visit of the Roberr *on playxro, and congratulated them on their win. He promised that Bnrrawang would return tbe vieit in about a month's time, and he wou'd endeavour to get hii strongest tram together with a view to win ning back tbe lost laurels. Mr. J. Ltokey also congratulated Robertson on their win, and in expressing pleainre at their vijit ?-id it on very pleasing for the representa tive! of two towns to meet and have a friendly game of drau...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 July 1901

SHIRLEt'S 1|| PRODUCE RELIABLE jB^ INCREASED ^ wmwm m9m\ mmm~ ^* w ^fB (OOBNER BRIDGE AND PITT STREETS). Manures for Potatoes, Orchards, jBhes. Vegetables, Tomatoes, Cereals, write for circc- Sorghum, PJanterllJFriend, Turnips, Top Dressing, Hay lar just issued. Melon^ Pastureslllowers, Lawns, etc., etc! Superphosphates, Booedost, Phosplia06Iood, Potash, Ammonia, Raiuit, etc GEO. SHIRLEY &CO.'SSUPERPHOSPHA?^FERTILISERS are diffused in all directions through the soil, so that when applied to the land they£a|.|pe readily taken up by the growing plant. THESE FERTILISERS START PLANTS j^ft)- AT FIRST, providing all that is necessary to give healthy growth, affording the needed nourishrg^t for a fully-developed crop. MAFEKING DINING ROOMi^l MRS. 0. S. OTSmNGgl Having taken over the Business recently carried on by.ly HAS REMOVED TO MORE COMMODIOUS PREMISES Opposite Huthjerford^ Bong Bong-st, Bowral I V ? -:o- ? -i! Cheapest and Ues^HEOTand CONFECTIONERT always on hand REFRESIMftff^...

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A Scene at a Wedding. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 July 1901

A Scene at a Wedding. The ' Gippsland Mercury ' reports a disgraceful incident which occurred in the Meredith Tresbytorinn Church recently. Before the completion of the ceremony, jhe bride was subjected to ranch handling by the b*nt man ' and 'the bridegroom in an effort to - eiape^'^tBfe re»t of ftSa ;4s5;t^v?ipl- . lowed, tut Were called back by the minister, who reminded them of the fnoYthut the ceremony was not quite .finished, and remarked upon the man ner In which the bride bad been treated. The best man took umbrage ?t the remarks, and commenced argu ing 'the -point with the minister, who asked him to 'sit down. This he poipt blank refosed lo do, contending that he should be given a reason why 'he should do'so. ;He was again requested nnd stin.refueed, and was I hen told to leave the church. By this time the ire of the bride's brother wai aroused, and, jumping out of bis scat near the pulpit he called out to the person who h»d caused all the trouble (who is his brother in law...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 July 1901

Established 1878. J. G.iMOjifls & CO. Genval ^flraiioneers, HouM.lanlulEfcuJbiite, Valuators. AGBNT8 FOR':— Cotftfial Mutual Lit. AuannceBodety ij/K[nliin MAaal Fire Insurance Co.; Nftsnria Fire Insurance Co. The A'lutnluMrxuoandnceDt Gilight Co Private a* Auction Sale, f W An Attractive Lilt of TOeheldjMMtlice ? tr ? ** Humping) Richardson ANUG&JLC0HMIS3IBN AGENT EstablishSlJffig. I Established 1883. Hydro, innjU St«k, and Estate Fire atd Life i^nnfa effected at loirest current rales.' Weekly' 8ales held at the 'Rooms, iMnts Valei ob Seturt»ya, oPProdooe and Uenaral tterohandise. Goods received at any lime, -no storage 'charges. .Account nlea rendered every Tuesday. The Berrima Distrxt Farm and Dairy Cg. Ltd. SA.BRXS-S7. SYDNEY \ ^ An Actikl Co-operative Coy., Tenllears Established. FORME* and carri»*'on. by Farmers. Fall valq^nr produce. No Marrfn ItoeJJJfeBnIators-alway. the aim of irps^Co-operation,. HlftUCSt miirla^s^pf ICQ duos sot necessarily Farmers, JJ^pBfi ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 July 1901

LOCAX AND GENERAL. The Staff r,f Life. - Rut hcrford's Bread. To Let.— Two cottages at Mittagong are advertised to let. Dressmaking. — Hiss A. Glanyille, dreBEmaker, Bowral, advertises in an ubIIKr vuiumu. Postponement.— The ball in aid of the llyra Vale Football Club has been postponed till Tuesday night next, 9th instant. The tickets bare been re duced to 3a 6d eact. ' - Bowhal School of Arts. — The renovation fund of the above institu tion has benefited to the extent of £1 1 10s as the net result of the concert organised by Mrs. C. W. Marsdeu and Mm. O. J. Boyle. Golf. — Owing to the ooutinued in clement leather, tbe members of the Bowral Golf Club have found it neces sary to abandon the match which had been arranged with Goulburn for to morrow (Saturday). IllVWarra's Memuee. — The Mel bourne 'Argus ' says that Mr. Fuller, federal member for Illawarra, i8 'a downright, bard-bitting, straight from tbe shoulder sort of a speaker.' — Mr. Fuller, speaking at Canipbelltown the other n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 July 1901

It will pay Have you ever thought of putting rugs on your cows ? It will pay you to-do bo. ... Canvas Cow Rugs, best blanket lined, 5ft 6in, 6s eauh by_ the half, dozen. Use the latest Imple ments and Mjp-T *?? chinery on youi-fxjl farms. To do so means money in your pocket. We sell all Machinery at lowest Sydney prices, plus railway freight. It wi 1 1 pay you to Man- ', ure your cultivated ;? paddock* !Tourreti-rn»i,;^ from iowral'a 'mJ'tuyBr~;J '?. 'jM Never buy Vegetables ;^i and claim^o be annip- ' . jp to-date Kurmer. fWiih. . ? J% the land you Imtkyou ; a'S ought to be aBle t-y .-M grow your own. We ? |S are agents for Yatee* -fl Farm & Garden Seeds,. .^ . '.and sell at Yates' low-- ?M est price. ?-?^S -'SKI

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 July 1901

Pu/ils feiscgj»*D or^Tisited in Bowr-U and District. ^PI^rffFORTE, ORGAN, AND SINCINC. Candidnfes prepafffi&for CAea»and University Examinations in Thjpj-ps^cal and Practical Music. ADDEESS : P.O., BOWRAL. \ Keep a Tin I \ in the House \_ »,,i Jr;:Ji Of ARNOTTS MltK ;; : n ARROWROOT ^3^ ; BISCUITS, and let : 3X the children dip into S^them whenever they CSw^pt anything to eat g&KE&R^ ? 'i MEDIO^lt dM./foulds l.R«ek-MNID.) LATp*efWNDON, S.W. H/ving purchased dr. . FI&UBOS PJfACTIOE, will after 21st FebAary/oQifBJnct it at ' E&stington,' A^ormsnj^re., Bowral, a few doors from Dr.^SBher's present residence. ' Eastington,' Merrigang-st., Bowral. Fiction reads well, but — Facts are stubborn things ! Taylor I BROS,, /\re seeking your custom ! Reasonable in Price ! Excellent Stock to choose from WHAT YOU WANT / Is to do Good Business fc-^^^^7 and to make /Good Bargains. TIl/lS REASONABLE A good artjd»'Cati always de ^^triflfaa, good sale. Well, therw...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 July 1901

?'?* I SATIJRbAy/JtJLY 6, I £10- TTOrth Carpenters' Tfola, %. frinwitrcj^rnshware, Cutler?, Wttta&W* viX /S&aBrtTO^OET-bFsydneJto sell nJnmera.SnuHtJ^ve'li.HindBtwilchMeU. ITUnfi.^i»*»«inHl. . IluoVoi. Tubs, I Knives ana Fprfi|j|EjKirj^J)*(fc[i6oD-,' I^Enluielwirc, SffiSpIBs^ftewAnB, 'fie rpiibei, Kettles;- Snd other *es rbo M jionieroDS fp msn^6n* ' -. „% ? ', ?The whole of tl'e&oodsarenew Jtoak.iuid nlresented cioetleat quality, anf will be son without the ?lightest reserve.! f TERMS PEOiaPT CASJ. - TV»*SIHpjf '.. ?: fio«Mot«,i s/Tt U Oftas (#1 ,«lns, or ou^to ordeJM Ta^Sros/TopaUiWhUI, tju VaW '^Z~~ ? ''T .'? ..- '. ? : ? TJTTANTEDrTo L»t, To Bell, To Hire, ?V* .'To Boy. Try 21- words in four papers-Is Is Advertisements. Advertisements not excesSing 21 words' are inaerteil under this heading for one shilling Cash. ' E-9R ai/kinds of Buildir*gn^iteri| I try yTij/jiir . Tn[ ?*???- '-y ''? Vale TLGT.'^iick Cottage, 7 reoniXid outbaildiBg*, 1J a:re orchard at ...

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A New Zealand Sensation. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 July 1901

A NeW Zealand Sensation. The inqurst on the 6 re which oc carrod recently at the Grand Hotel, Auckland, when several persons lost their lives, took a sensational turn on aturday last. It appears that a pintrymnid nnmed Jessie MinaB had refused to attend as a witness at the inquiry until she was arrested on Friday. Even tkeo elm declined to speak, and her mother ex plained that the girl had been intimi dated by certain men into promising to say nothing. On Saturday, however, Minns gave very ten«ationn! evidence. She statnd that on the night preceding the fire she discovered a mjn iu (he pantry, with gunpowder and (use. He ex claimed, ' By ? , I am caught !' Then he seized her by the wrists, and threatened to kill her if she opened her lips. Two other men appeared, and they went upstairs with the gunpowder. One told her that he would have revenge on Johnston, the licensee, and they produced a pistol and knife, threatening to kill her if she spoke. Eventually the men let her go, and sh...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Here and There. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 July 1901

Here and There. Men'? ami Boy a' Clothinr, Hoti' ry, Harp, and all Seasonable Drapery at Rutherford'*, Iioa'ral. ., A military cyclislfi corps has bejia established at Wagga. -3» :! - During the recent automobile pob^ lest in Europe five pertons wer* killed. ' / ?. $ Lord KitcKener reports thalfslnofg June 24 the Boers lost 70 menktileo', 60 wounded, and 160 made prisoners, tit addition to 160 who surrendered. A great strike of metal workers has occurred at Pittshurg, some| 35,0(}0 going ouh as a protest against non union labor. ( The Australian bowlers toy tooting in Scotland have won three opt of five matches played in that country. ? . Some 4880 dozen of the King's' shprry, chiefly wine that had belonged to the late Quten, haj been sold by auction for £18^4^.' Some realised as hiijli a* 570s per dozen.' Sir William Lyne now has a scheme for allowing Federal . membors irom I £100 to. 4100 « year each for hotel I cip^nses^V^. ... J The net wool prodsajLxi in Newj South Wales during...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 5 July 1901

CALLED fho Ca»« of Mr. T. GLEESON. (/'or Me ' Suburban Tiwu.'). Tha destiny of great issui-e at Hate do pona. greatly upon the ability with which they are handled. AU audiences contain a percentage of listeners who require plain language to prutluee ft cjr..j:icho::5i\'0 ap preciation of llio roaltors un.kr debate, thoir perception nol bcin^ r.uivricntly kei.n to understand tlio VmV:l of a brilliant array of high-class v- ?'= un.l pluaLtss. Learned men eoniulin:'.-:. ;' ?? .-'in-o dini- | vnhv in tiuiling words to (npresa uncom r ii'i* iinnreHRioni*, ami Mi. '1 3i-jni.'vs Wee^on,' i,i N'). 45 Turuor-slrciM, Bclfyn, n.know lwlt.il liiinsol! similarly. titui'.cJ wLcn re conily bwii by * reporter. ?? Whcm-viT I talknUn'. it I can lordly find wonls strong enough to esprusB my surprise and gralitudo,' said Mr. Ulecson. ' I was tuj- ill lor lolly eix months.' ' What was your sickness Like! ' ' ?? I Buffered lromaMverpaUucl!. ot indi ' ' uimliy complaint* which. arose from I ydis; «rdi-Tnl...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 9 July 1901

'OILING UP.' SZSfl Jnst a little oil t|.TjTon the engine at I is 51. the right time n.ay I \t irmean the difference .'!'?- Mi between life and ^WJ.s4:M;«M»th to thfl pas J(i*-i --£^yr'Jjjengers and crew. [f H '. L. Jfrictioo of the deli I g t ffi Mcato parts of the C3 f- /? cv9r*1f^ae WDat Dr. F/S4':YsSMorBe1s Indian /A*S«^i^'Boot Pills are to ' yyffifif^Siihe dolicll'e organs _£-jg«£*Tg~£,)f the body, they jgkjSgdif ftifiE**86 tlie!r lttDor' rf'^^'%,JlsSt^'vent lhe Io6B ot nP^^\^^SBS~ energy, caused |Jp CtP 'Wlimbs ached when he walked, whusepbaik ached when he lay down, who ^breathed with diffi culty, and coughed eonetautly, has been perfectly oared by the Use of Dr. Morse's Indianifipot Pills. They purify the bloodW*nd:«trengtlen the stomach. Mr. J^Kennedy,. 389. Vic torian Parade, J&^SKJbouruejilims a .few .words to ^^^^S-SyWorse'*'! ^^5|-h li&^li^ngSn-ue mbnung I wonUHee! ? more- i&tA jihd1 stiff than when^liwentto bed at night. I was advised to)iake Dr....

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 9 July 1901

bffl^-HeWi. LBdtu'andQtn&fiootvear. The beat m.t«. and guuis^baality. No p.per leather booukep^^pgtherford'i, Bowral. The leader at .ji^e State Opposition will take tJle'Aiirit opportunity of dividing the JFtooio . to ascertain, the strength of parlies. In the electioni'ljut week 79,681 votes wero cast forVtlfh OnDOsition, while thoBc given for'£he Ministry totalled 42,498. Labor inured 35,640, and the Independents 21,271- In the city and suburbs -the; Opposition polled 15,303 more yifeg%hau the other thrae parties put together. The Senate ^h*7! decided that the relirement\-of Wfig, members shall be based on their fiction at the polls. A conferebcy,of.;women societies in Lcudon has dejn^ep to encourage the emigration of jBriliBh women to'South Africa tomarry'Sritish settlers. A quantitp^ioried provisions has been -ouiid^^;nding place at Bt. Helena, pbifflMfto aa attempt on the ^^wsmfftsrr:. ....... . c&m®$8*Bti&i*' «Mi»i*|8 trom Hm&meBp* KuiBiil11 Urq...

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A Balaclava Hero. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 9 July 1901

A Balaclava Hero. It may not be generally known th*t there is in the town of Kiama one who not only took part in the famous world fnuird charge of Balaclava, but who personally led a unit of the C00; viz., 54 iuto the ' Valley of Death' on that memorable morning in 1854 — Lieutenant Price, of thellth UusEara, wbo was mentioned in despatches for conspicuous bravery, and received the various medals and clasps.' The Rev. Father Sheridan, with whom the Lieut, is now working, mentioned the circum Btance to Mr. Clinch, the postmaster, who at once suggested a letter to the Governor General, which was promptly carried out, and a reply received within three dnys. The Governor-General p&BESsd the paper to Major General French, wbo in turn passed it to Major Honey, the result being that Lieutenant Price's identity has been established beyond all doubt. The Bcalp wound with silver plate trepanned in the head, and two bullet wounds in the leg, established this fact. It is to be hoped som...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 9 July 1901

Vitadatio We direct t lie attention of our readers to tbo advertisement of the wonderful Tasmaninn blood purifier, Webber's Vitadatio, appearing in our columns every week. The curative properties of Ibis wonderful medicine are now known throughout Australasia, thanks to the zeal and energy of Mr. S A. Palmer, of 184 Pitt-street, S;dn--y, the sole distributor for Australia, In dia, and Ceylon, who is himself a lir ing example of what it will do. Mr. Pnlmer consulted a ecore ' of eminent medical men, and travelled far and wide to do so. At Itut he consented to undergo an operation, when it was found he was Buffering from hydatids on the intestines. Thia was in March, 1895. In April, 1895, he waB told he might live three months, and was ad vised tp make his will and settle his earthly affairs, which he did. How ever, a desire overcame him to tee Ids native heath once more, aud. he accord ingly, travelled to ,X*an,6esto*p,: -,!«»?; .mama, uib Diruipiace. 'Hvv-iH««iwra?H was urgently ptr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 9 July 1901

¥or Children'. Hacking Cungh at niglit VTooda' Gr«5 1'ejpeDP'n pore. Is 6J.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 9 July 1901

W.*f~WAITE, ; — THuJhIGINAL - ' Boo^^ra Woe Emporium. , TJT^Mne of UlJfliest^h^s of Ladirs' Q^WjJeat'Jhi^ranir«lioei in the - Jff^hJrnKriJk select frJi, nil at ^T AlTo nil Ads of Ladies' und Genl'i I r boots yj/noES made to oeder HEPAJBS NEATLY EXECUTEP. W. H. WAITE, THE ORIGINAL BOOT & SHOE WAREHOUSE C. H. MATTHEWS Painter and Sslimttos fuAbhed foM^Sritt any p»rt of Dll Colon adt&MtimPavtra Next to J.foodfelloi & Co., (AUCTIONEERS), Bong Boug-st., Bowral Letters promptly attended tp. WANTED it known that 21 word* in . . ibis piper ooit I-. «aih. AT MARSTON'S 1 79 Pairs Ladies' (since ' ^wkiJw** *** '''' '*'' moral Boots( ^j^ -V.«fll to8/6 4/11 to 10/6 35. Men's MaciDtoslie^T. Jl2/&mil/6 14/Gto49f6 20 Men's Overcoatp^ ... /^W^M^*° JF /6 17/6 to 50/ Ladics' SuiaiTOr Macin^jMB ..jBo/-jjF 35/ ' Good -^r ???I9/6 lls 6d Lot Boys' Overcoats. Mine rates|2/ll 240 Bronzed Metal Shelf Brackets... '2d each MARSTON'S, Opposite Rice's Hotel, BOWRAL. ! THIS CHILD W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 9 July 1901

*=s- —— — Pupils Received or^ffltted^nBowxil and District. piawnj^K^RCflw, Ad singing. Candidates prepared foMollap^ind Js^jjjpsTsity Examinations in Theoretical imd Practical Music. ADDRESS: P.O., BOWRAL. J^%lSCJMJfi,'0*and let I the children dip into « ; them whenever they : : want anything to eat ? : j ASK FOR | ARNOTT'S. MB.DIOAL. HAVING JWROJHASED DR. FjSBgWf/TtlCTICE, will after ait^HKiiuy^ronduct it at ' Eastingto^f' Merngangst., Bowral, a few doojvfroin Dr. Fisher's present residence. ' Eastington,' Merrigang-st., Bowral. Fiction reads -well, but — Facts are stubborn things ! T^ LOR | S8pS., fcrjJrrdr'in&Tmjtmt tnm ! EsieMit Stock to choose ^r from WHAT MJ WAflT Is to da Coofl Business and to make flood Bargains. THAIS REASONABLE A good article can always de mand a eood sale. Well, then, BUY THE BEST. fe-l WE SBL£_THE BEST. ffl?0-* : ^seji ^bp%e8t in ^y«ry line, g^f'. JBilHiiery fcV;- .??-?..SiiMMy- ^Mggp,; jjfiv .'-^IVB.'s. motto;fiir the niw -century :— M§|gp£ ^ .^...

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