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FIRE IN LEONGATHA. DRAPERY GOODS ABLAZE AT HALL & CO'S. GOOD WORK BY FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 23 October 1914

DR? , .-7DA.E-Ry GO DS ABLAZE,. AT RALL & CO S j~. aft::b~rfi6:lst, 1:coh~sd.i':htbnO GOOD WORKE BY -FIRE BRIGADE The town ofL-eongatha hiah?dr more thanits share of firs during th at e ea~rs, (ani d aa': grea del fdamage has heen~~h donei in several inastances, iparticullarly-the cohflagrations iiui Janudiryg.913 But theoutbriiak i t Messrs Hall 8 Co.'s premises on Wednesday afternoiin lastha d it not been no promptly checkedli by th fire brigade would have proved more seiibious thani any otherd onrecord. Bair's Otago Hotel adjoinis IHall a uo:»i general; store, ana, Doing built of wood,: nothing could iave saved it--had the:flaiies. spread to thi:woodwork. t the-rear.? .of~the store , ' Th e ioutbreak was first deected by Mr W G. Craig, who, ata fe.w: miniutes to 4 :o'lock in ;the after noon, n oticedd the smell;':of some thing: burning; which ihe.tli'ought were old rags,:butit.:p; o lboking across th: street smnoke was seen cIomi.ng through thle roof. f:Hall & Oo....

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Coming Auction Sales. MESSRS F. J. LITTLE & CO. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 23 October 1914

C ominglA:uctionSales.-I " : MESSRS F J ITTLE & CO Miday, ;October 26thl Special sale pf sheep in Koruimbuirri Syards w:hen the :firmi widill ?ffer :2000 crossbred ewes 4,: ai nd -8 tood?,i-700 orossbred- eweis-;i5 a?? .6 years old; 600 liambs 500 come-. lialak.; ethers, 4-tooth; alsd 150 head of cattlei. :Wednesday, October 28 th??Sale of. dairy .herd onf adco?nif 6fo ?-s Prosser, on th proper ty: Leon; i gatha South. The-: list includiis 36 dairy cows in full profit,; 2 Ayrshire bulls, 12 2yr-old heifers and 15 yearlings. Also 19 pigs, 7 horses, waggonette, jinker, chaf., cutter, separator, &c. MESSRS MATHIESON & DAVIS: STuesday,. October 27th.-Clear - ing sale of dairy herd at "Spring dale," Leongatha South, on ac count of Mr Jas. Martin, oom- prising 30 Ayrshire.cows in full milk, 9 springing heifers, 3 pedi. greed Ayrshire bulls. Also two separators, cheese plant, churn, butterworker, boiler, engine,: butter working plant, &o. MESSRS J. 1M. PacK ...

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Postal Information. AUSTRALIA & TASMANIA. LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 23 October 1914

-e. alsdtald iln Bol-;rmati; AUR FOST CARD,.SMA-i WIiftii, ;Commonwealth and . *:.' i ia ne.pIoe a-in H--itiel r..;3:,0: R. eItcb achthalf:.. . •?.;; :„0,-O1 ?0py T CAs.. ' ';'f ' Within Commonwealth and all placesd in Britil-BE?y: piroe single, each ... -O Reply, each half ... ... 1 To all other places; single..-: 14 Reply oard. . ... . . .;0, 3 Within? Commonwealth. and ;. New Zealand; for- evi'y newspaper, up to lo6sF. ^l Newspapers printed. outside 'he Commonwealth pareaubj]etto magPs line rates of postage. United Kingdom-Not ex- : ceeding 8oz., each news. paper . .. ... 1 Each additional 2os. ... For tranrmission: wholly- by aea per.Orienfihd:I P. anid 0. steamers, 16o ... O 1 Other places, not exosding. d4bas; ... ... ... O Eaok additional 3os. ... P Boo]0E. „ ; Within:the Coiimmonwealth, ' or books printed inAu : ltra liopeE80so orpart Printed& outsid,'. Australiad ? :. per-46ds.;orpart.th 'ereof '. -. ' TIo .New~Zealndper4oiBs.l' 00 1 I'o all-other places, per 2os. 0...

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St. Leons's Circus. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 23 October 1914

St. Leons s Circus. Mr Friik Bamfield is advano ing ": St:. jieo 's famiiouis circus, which has:just recently bompleted • most successfi~l tour: of New South~ Wales. and the cdhief towins of -the Westerin :Distr?dt ol Vice toria ; This ,big sliow will appear at Leongatha on Fridayi Octdber 30th.: The: Haiiiilton, Gdelpong, Warrianiambool, Colac, TeraLnf and other Western District newspapiers speak .in:1higlh terms of praise-of the .St. ILeonomotinbinatiori, which has" drawn very- large aUdieices wherever it' has appeared. Red ferring to the circus th eHamitoni *'.Spectator "- of. 16th? Septeminber writes:--'! St. Leon's Great Tinited Circus obtained again las evenhing what it richly deserved, a crowded house.: In the triple, hiorizonital bar act by-Honey arid Cherryithe skill of the performers.is of a very high standard; others would:ini cline to favor the fdurlhborse ?ct and the bareback act.by Seiorita Phillipina; others would .ite as the acme ?of? balancing acheivement the trapez...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 23 October 1914

MCartin & Co, I Leongatha; S; -heep and Cattle Salesmen, S,:Stock, Station, Land & Financial Agents. CATTLE S ALES,1914.. Leongatha. Korumb'ra. Thurs:. -Friday.. ::October ..1. i 15 29 9 23 November .. 12 26: , 6 :20 December .. 10 :24* ... :4 18. *Denotee First Sale Agents for Sun lriri Office, Colonial SMutual Life; National Trustees, Execu tars and Agency Co. . Head office, Leongatha. Brancoh office lorumburra. Loans Negotiated Phidone 28 Leongatha OUR NEXT ALE ON THURSDAY.'29 TH OCT SComingSaias: c-. C.ARTIN & CO. will hol sales .. IIL under:-- October 21-Land ',and Olearing Sale -account Mr juolizibRnJeetho.i, .: : October. 22nd-Land 'asle.- Mirbioo :--' North, account :Natioial Trus?,`e Co D. -McCartin's Estate (in conjuncti, with A. 'McLean & Co.) - iathieson & Davis, Sto:::i:is ck and station Agents, Sheep : :: and Cattle Salesmen -: 6 ST. JAMES BUILDINGS,: 127-i: WILLIAM STREET, MELBOURNE - And at Sale, Traralgon, Maffra,* Lec - atha,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 23 October 1914

FIRE' CRAIG'S NEWS AGIENCY -su of: e.'spapers? and, M ga P · T-ket: :T for EightHoursynd L S·id Brtnioncs. I~~c·T Door·i~:ISYi~r On~d'Qozi ;-WT i·pe~hf~1 ~E Sa a onery ~-Oon to hand,- ;,·p.B:together~ :wilt otur usual ·' -:j:supply o~f N~ews pap ers~ and Mlaga: Tick:llets for Eig·ht Hours~l~ andI - . . -, , -?r uids. Ar-Uni ons ' i..i. '" .- . ? ... .;"?· ?"': , ' : " ?" - ' Do: Youi ¥ Want Good iValue· For .Your Money ? PRRICES RIGHT.:: :", ".' S:..-. IF SO, ?ALL ON . . T. H. COCHRAN, Years with Robison Bros., Engineers, BOILER MAKERS - Coppersmiths, Etc.) LAE -R. H. SIMON, i i PLUMBER and TINSMITH, &c., LEONGATHA,.:i " O- U'ORthe Followgin Lines :--TANKS, TROUGHS, and BATHS and .aRI.Iron - W -.Work "in connection with- Houses and Farms. Windmills supplied and' Serected' Dairy' Utensils manufactured on the premises.. Cyclesjnew..and second hand), Cash or Terms. Sundries kept in stock; good assortment. Repairs of al' descriptions promptly executed. Brazing (Cast Iron and Oth...

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CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 23 October 1914

CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR. SIR,-Many sportsmen who have read your report in last issue, f. the annual meeting of the Leongatfha Cricket Club, would like the chair man of that meeting (Mr Mesley) to justify himself as chairman, and for posing as the acme of perfection in all things, for his rulings on the following matters :-One gentleman who was not present at the above meeting was nominated for- the. position of vice-president, and-was declared elected, without even hid verbal or. -written.: consent being obtained. ~Another gentleman was mittee. (whtht er he -;desired '.the office or .not I-do ;not .know),but as his.'cohiseit wiR'i not inhwritinrfll.Mr Mesley .rul~ed< that the ltonifulation could not: be accepted. Nlow, 'on-. siderinigthi irreular proceeding, a?di nstiltt&thet nominee; why did thisvi`iseiadvisei in all thigsallo6w the sanie gehtlenain (whose lioinii1 'ation heirefused foir: the comiiiittee) to be .elbcted to a miiibino sition (without any; co...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 23 October 1914

LIBERALS .who read the speeches delivered by -.Mr Cook, Sir John Forrest ?and, Senator Millen on the, Address-in-Reply, are justly proud of the patriotic tone which marked .the three utterances. "lýTe Opposition will be behind the Government most cordially m-h *t harft afinnnrf in nross outing the war to the end," said Mr-Cook,nor was the Ex-Treasurer or.. the Ex-Minister of Defence one-? wbiti: behind in offering heartiest co-operation. In giving the assurances they did, -the Leaders of: the ::Liberal Party simply carried out the wishes of their supporters right thro'uighbit the Commionwealth .;- To those vwhbo realise the gravity of: thqe position, party sgpeeni appears monstrousy If there are a anyiwho doi not re?iiijse, it, they carinot do. betiter thian weigh these :words sokent by Seniatori Mille i .Australia ii the prie whifi ?iWill be cilaimd by Germ'a.G ni?? y:: shoulc[ she win iniithe preseiit: cnfiict,; w hich "God I fbrbid itshoduld: be: the ia?ise?N;o sacrifices d whicu...

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

A COUGH MIXTURE RECIPE WORTH S - 'HAVING. BIG MONEY-SAVER. By a Qualified Chemist. -If fourteenpence were lying on the footpath what would you do--le'ave it thee or putit in your poclket ?' Every time you pay eighteenpence for a bottle of family cough remedy you really pay fourteenpence more than you now need to. -That's a fact -thousands of thrifty: piople are proving every day. You €can prove it straight away, by trying ?iis Hean's Essence recipe. ::Into a jug pour four tablespoonfuls .of sugar, two of vinegar, and a large ibreakfastcupful of water. Stir till dissolved, pour into a big -bottle, add one bottle of :Hean's •Essence, and shake all together. This gives you a pint of the -finest :fa'ily cough remedy you can possibly buy. It means about eight eighteen thpenny bottles for little more than the Sprice of one. In other words, an eighteenpenny bottle costs you less ,than fourpence-a tremendous and ::worth-while money-saving, you will admit. The mixture thus made in your own ....

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Leongatha Telephone Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 October 1914

--. - Leongatha Telephone d5Exohige . . Following are the numbers and 4mes _ f gsbsribers : 1. Shire of Woorayl Offices. 2 . iButteriFactory, aid miihager's resilence. .:8. Co- -perative: Society's Store.: : 'W. G. Walker, storekeeper. I-- I . -Peck & Sons, auetioneers. 8. J. M. Molloy chemist 7. P, Johnsoin;:butcher. H Dr Howden, physician. SNiurse Morris private hospital 1. Lardner & Co.;ironmongers. 11. Colvin :& Co., drapers. , A.'- : E .Edney, storekeeper • 13 .Rossiter -& Cob.SBTAR OfOce. 1i4: Pe~ice' & ?Jaratt,~ butoli~iers. Si'15. :S.?Maddern;Comieroial Hdtel 1s; 6:NeaiBrost, stdOrekieepers. f77. R. :Bair, Otago Hotbl. ?"18. -E. Mandeieras,.ageht. -19.-Nurse Good, ~rivate hospdiital. 20. Rev. P. J. Coyne, Presbytery. 21. J: WV. Rumpfeprivate residence 22. J.McFarlane, coacfbuilder. S623.,E. McNamara, baker. - ,.2N:KHellyiindertaker. i 25. Jno?.Lardner,private residence 26.. Dr Pern, physician. 27. E. A. Cole, aiotion-nart. 28. Mcartin ...

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

IELBO iGUREPIG M RAKET; AdamisonStrettle & Co report:j Stores-Best 20s to :25s, siickers 12b to 16s PorkertisPrime heavy weight t '::2sto i6si a few higher, miediiniuand good 36s to 40s, small andilight 26s to 30s Bacon pigs' Primidi hieavy 55s to 65s, choice fari~nerlt'Flot s 72s to 80s; odd pens to 84s, :priinme light weights-43s-to 48? ?iand.others from 35ii to 38s. Baclkfatters-Best £6. to. £7 5se; prifmeand weigbtty< £4 .5s to -£5, otlhers from 45s to 55s.

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High School Council. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 October 1914

High Schodl Council. I Aspecial meeting of members of the -High School Council was held on Thursday evening last, when there :were present--Messrs John Ecclces (president), Gee. F. Michael, WR.:Russell, Jas: O'Toole, R.: J Kewish, Wm, Watson, P. Johnsdon J.?. Molloy, and A. Mesley:(secretary). : The object -of the meeting was to discuss the building of a hostel in connection-with the High School. The secretary outlined the schenie, as mentioned by Mr Tate, and stated .that it was pro posed to issue 100 debentures at £10 each. :'Debenture holders would bepaid 7r" per cent. ini terest. --20 students at 13s would show a profit of about £210 per year above cost of board and lodging. . The President said that he (?ias prepared to take 10 :debentuirds at £10 each. Mr Michafel said that the coun cil was now on right lines, for if it would pay a private person to build a hostel it would be a good venture for the council. Could any girl.fro??ma distance board there if not prepared to underta...

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Country Roads Board. CONFERENCE OF SHIRES. EXTENDED POWERS FAVORED. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 October 1914

- :Country"- Rad Bo~ar'd ~CONFERENCE OF SHIRES. EXTENDED POWERS -ii ' I.FAVORED. ?? : DIelegates representing t muiiiicipolitiesiconnected with the Geipland Shires aiSnd ?Boroughsi Association met at the Municipal Associatiorn rooims:. on Friday to discussithie advisability of asking for eitended epowers for the Coihn try Roads Board, in order that thatbbody might be enabled -to deal with .subsidiary 'thorough fares, as well:: as -main roads: Councillor Copeland (Wariragil) presided, and itlhe shbres repre sentod were Woorayl, Wiarragul, Maffra, r Bsui:Buln,' Omeo, -Sale, Rosedale, Alberton Bairnadale anid Narracan;: T:here were also present the Minister: for Educa tion (Mr1 Livingst6n), and Messrs Mackey and Baines, M's.L.A.: iMlr Maclkey,: who had arran ged the coiference, said that the work been greatly appreciated by the couincils: lof Gippsland. He- had been told ;that hthea h hble of the £?2,0(00,000-at- the board a disposal wvould be absorbed ;by the work at present :-in hand...

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COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 October 1914

COURSING. To-morrow afternoon the Leon gatha Terrier Club will hold their opening meeting on the Recrea tioh Reserve. Satisfactory nomina tions have been received for the two sweepstakes, included in which are ..Korumburra and Wonthaggi dogs. All arrange ments have been completed for .the meeting, and a splen did afternoon's sport should be witnessed. Owners of cornm peting terriers are requested to be on the ground punctually to time in order that their dogs may be weighed. The first pair will be in the slips shortly after one o'clock for the first stakie,'whichwill be run off be fore the second is started, and it is the intention of the committee - 0o Keep ineg sport continually going during the afternoon, so that the public will have no reason to complain on that score. The following are the nominations for_the two stakes: No. 1.-R. Liddell's Ikey, E. Hehir's Harry Lauder, R. T. Maddern's Ulva's Isle, -R. A. J. Bair's Floss, A. C. Bair's S.B., R. G. Evans'. Miss Gwen, W. J, Evans...

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CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 October 1914

CORRESPONDENCE. "II·...TO THE EDITORP SIR it-~ aim: e'~xcedingiily; g- l'ad, that ·your correspondent ' Nbto1 ing h; ad the courage to 4ven. tilatei his o.bpinions on: my acts as cliairian of thle annualimeetiing ofb the- cricket chglub.? i .i a';hopet ful-sig?,i that the con-iscienice :of .ur citizei?s in ipublic. matters isj niot dead I- a? kino?ledge iyin~;g oversight~ Wvith- cohtrition. Yod?t oontributor might heave? ::beeiina: little less ohucluis hand ififised ba? little more pu blic siriit .into his letter, but when :-mistakess are iimad one maust put up with criti cism eveni wheji un:kindly ,,giveno Criticiinm: is-good."I cbnigratula you, Mr Editor, on throwing open your: columns to all criticism ofj such a ch, iaracter,- and. I hbpe "'Not"Ring" will contiiiue his crusade,visit all such meetings, and uise his facile pen'for the cor rection of every error and abuse of power,-Yours, &c., A. MESLEY. During the debate on the Prus sian Finance Bill, it was stated that the...

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

vlCTORIA RACING CLiUB, FLEMINGTON. CUP WEEK. Derby Day, 3Ist Oct'ober. Cup Day, 3rd November. Oaks Day, 5th November. Steeplechase Day, 7th Nov. RECORD ENTRIES. . Stake Will Amount to £33,000. Further Magnificent Improve ments will be opened for the first time. One-third of the profits of the Meetiing, (but not less than £5000) to be donated for Patriotic pur poses. HOLIDAY EXCURSION FARES. S H. BYRON MOORE, - Secretary. Koorooman EaSt Hall. SUNDAY School Anniversary Ser k vices will be held on SUNDAY, November let. Afternoon 2.30, Rev. E. Nye; Evening 8 p.m., Mr A. E. Nelson. Special hymns will be rendered by the scholars at each service. On. MONDAY EVENING, November 2nd (not Wednesday: as previously an noonced) the usual Anniversary"Con cert wvill take place. Special Singing, Recitations, Distribution of Prizes, &c. Commence atS8 p.m:i Good Mooni ~Admissrion is, Children Sdi -8npper~·i - RWATSON, .Snperintendent. PUBLIC MEETING. SHEREBY Convene a PUBLIC MEETING to be held ...

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SMOKE DRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 October 1914

SSMOKE DRIFT. There is scarcely a familny Germany t hat is-not in mourn ing. -, Hard fighting tween the Rus sians andi- Geidniman -n: Galiiia-is priceedinig. " .' -: - -Six --menare- employed at Lal Lial :raiiigig brown ,oal ·from .a local minek - The .tLndon iwheat mainaket is firm, hoilders waitfing for an ain'i crease. of 3d. :.: The Allies no?i look apdpoi the German attaks as signs of power less exasperation.:, :-... :For-over 40 years now Vict6ria has had its .Hdspjtal, Saturday and Siinday Fuind.- . The Aust~ralian Pea`ce Alliance has issued a manifest.o to the people f Australia.:- The Germans have brought new guns dowvi to the Belgiancoast to dhall ?rith.h ' a dl¢ -:Naturalisatlon of subjects of counties at war with theEmpire has been suspended. Various diseases are being. car ried. into Austria ::.with wounded soldieis from Galicia,. . Th.e Metropolitan Board made a iprofit of £146,000 on -Melboiurne's water suipply lastyear.' At Nieutiport: the Germans-:left 1700 of their...

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MARKET TRAIN FOSTER TO LEONGATHA. Next Date, Thurs., Nov. 5 [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 October 1914

MARKET TRAIN FOSTER TO LEONGATHA. - .Next Date, Thurs., Nov. 5 Hoddle Range .. 9.i9 :-Fis~-Creek . : 9.26 Boys . 9.34 Buffalo- . . 9.40 Stony Creek . 9.49 Meeniyan 9.54 Tarivin : 10 .Koonwarra-- ... 1 0.8 Leoniatha (arr.) .-:: 10.30

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SPORT AND PASTIME. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 October 1914

- ISPORT A;ND PACSTIME.· - -r THE TURF.. IThe V.R0. Spring Meeting will open on 'Saturday next, when the V.R.C. .Derby-. will be run. , On the followiiig Tuesdaa : ithe Mel bourne. Cup will .be decided, in i:ihot several 'of the:.2best horses In -·i wstralia ill 'tak..se part. Recdrd :e'itries ·have been re ceiveda;i aid the large amount of £33,000 wilH be given :away in stakes. One-tbird of the profits (but?niot. less than £5000) will be donated -for patriotic purposes. Holiday excursion fares will be ch~argehoion all railways. ..:The Moonee- Valley Cup, which was run ?rf Saturday, attracted a arod field, and cliss was well represednt ad.- The public . made" Owen Roe favorite atS5 to 1, with Lpchanoand Amata next in de mand at 6 to 1. - The race proved interesting throughout, and re sulted in a victory for Gladwyn, who defeated Fidelio by half a length, with Lochano. third.- The winner, who has some good races to her credit, was ridden by J. Killorn, startel at 10 to 1, 'LTraquette...

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

MCartin & Co. Leongatha. Sheep and Cattle Salesmen;,:: Stock, Station, Land & Financial * Agents. - SCATTLE SALES, 1914. ? Leongatha. Korumb ra Thurse." Friday.: SOctober ... 1' 15 29 9 23. November ... 12 26-' .. .. 6 20 -: • December ... 10 24': ... 4 18. fDenotes First Sale. " .--: -Agents for Sun lire Ofice;:: Colonial Mutual Life; National Trustees, Execu tars andAgencyCo. Head office, Leongatha, Branchoffice Korumburra. Loane Negotiated. Phone 28, Leongatha. - OUR NEXT SALE : :ON iTRURSDAY, 29TH OCT. 400 4 and 6-tooth- Ewes and Lambs. 28 Cattle, mixed sorts. Coming,Sales. 1kfcCARTIN & CO. will hold sales as .1VL under:- " October 21-Land and Clearing Sale account Mr JohnRyan,Jeetho. . - October 22nd-Land Sale Mirboo North, account National Trustees Co., .D. McCartiin's Estate (in conjunction S.-:with A. McLean & Coe:)', • . : MathieSon & Davis, Stock and Station Agents, Sheep and Cattle Salesmen 5 ST. JAMES BUILDINGS, 127-1, WILLIAM STRE...

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