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BURNT TO THE BONE. POISONED FOOT AND RASH ALSO CURED BY ZAM-BUK. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 October 1917

EU'RiXT iT0 THE BONE. JL r POI30XED FOOT AC^D RASH ALSO iCUiR'ED <BY Z-A'M-iBUK. There is practically no limit to the • usefulness of Zani-'Buk. (Mrs Josey Neville, of Reserve and Young streats, Aivnahdale, Sydney, ■says:— ''One day, 'whilst ironing, a curtain near the gas ring caught fire. In try ing to tear the burning material down it caught m*e on 'the arm, inflicting a severe burn riglit to the bone. The in jured arm festered and was highly in flamed and swollen. J resorted to Zam Buk, a prompt dressing of which quick ly allayed the terrible smarting, drew the fire out o,f the wound, and cleansed it thoroughly. ZniTHBuk then healed my arm splendidly. "One day our pec cat was in my arms when she became frightened 'by a dog and tried to get away. In terror the animal put its teeth into my arm, sev-j erely lacerating i.v As a consequence' the limb bled terribly and became very ■sore. As the injury was rather serious, I got my husband to 'bandage it with ZamnBuk, and in ...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CASTLEMAINE POST OFFICE MAILS. TIME-TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 October 1917

CASTLE3LUXE TOST OFFICII 2LULS I y TLM'E-TAtBIJE. Melbourne, close 6.150 a.m., 12.,15 p.m., 7.5 p.m.; arrive, G a.m., 10.30 a.m., 4 p.m., 9.30 p.m. Woodend, closc, (J.30 a.m.; arrive , 10.30 a.in. Campbell's 'Creek, close 6.30 a.m., 3.30 p.m.; arrive, 1 p.m. | Yapeen, close G.30 a.m., 3.30 p.m.;. ! arrive, 12.15 p.m., 7.20 p.m. 'Guildford, close (J.30 a.m.. 3.30 p.m.; arrive, 12.30 p.m. | Tar ilia, close G.30 arrive, 1 p.m. (Barker's Creek, close 7. 30 a.m.; ar rive, 7.'30 a.m. Woodbrook, closc 10.30 a.m.; ar rive 10.20 a.m. Moonlight Flat, close 0.30 a.m.; ar-, rive, 7.20 p.m. ] Golden Point, close, G.30 a.m.; ar-l rive 7:20 p.m. ] 'Chewion, closc u.30 a.m., 3.30 p.m.; arrive, 12.5 p.,m., 7.20 p.m. tFvycvsiowv, close (J.30 a.m., 3.30 p.m., arrive, 12.5 pjii., 7.20 p.m. Yauglian, closc 0.30 a.m.; arrive, , 7.20 p.m. i ''Gleii'v.ce, close G.30 a.m., .Moil.. AYefl., IFri.; arrive, 7.20 p.m.. Mon., tWed., Fri. 'liarcourt, close 9.-15 a.m., S.-15 p.m.; ar-rive, 1 p.m., S p.m. Joyce's Cr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 October 1917

AMUSEi£ENT3, BfC. ICASTLEMAI.XE SOCIAL OLUiB. "IPU'OHiRiE and Dance,Faulder-AVa'bson ^ Hall, TO-i.VI!Gi[iT (Friday), at S. Supper; good prizes. (Admission, 1 /• ill. iG. THOMAS, Secretary. •MEOHAX'ICS' HALL. In aid of 'Catholic. 'School and Choir. :MI83 O'B'RTEN'S SOCIAL, ^ EUOHiRE PARTY and 'DANCE, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9th. Set supper. Cards in Faulder-Watson Hall. Tickets, 2/. N. lHayeS; Hon. Sec. OLD CASTLEMAiINE ;SiOH'OOLBOYS ASSOC [ AT<1 OS. ANNUAL iRE-U'NlON 01F iM'EMiBERS At Town Hall, on Friday, 12th Oct., at S p.m. Good and (lively programme of music, song, and'story. 'by memibeis. Installation ol new President (Lieut.-Colonel .T. AV. >3. (Field.) •Members' Ticket, 2/6. 1'VOR EVANS. President. ,p. ic. BAIKER, Secretary. AK.T X UAL AT CAMP RESERVE, ON SATURDAY, Rith OCTOBER, 1917. (SPLENDID (PROGRAM OF SPORTS. ,NEW'AND NOVEL ITEMS. CASTLEMALNE iDE'RlB'Y P™!!®111 Horses), PONY 'RACE. TUG 01' IWAR. SCHOOLS' iOHA.MiFiIONSHIP. Boys' and Girls' Races and other items (Se...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 October 1917

POULTRY ADVERTISEMENTS I COMPETITION PROVED STRAINS. SETTINGS TOR SALE. No. 1.—iW.L. liens bred from sisters to W. N. CMULLANE'S' WORLD'S RE CORD PEN, 1699 eggs, and sisters to his ipen tliat tied Th^m, Burnley, 1916 17, 1531 eggs. Mated to tlie father of t'lie MarviMe Poultry Farm's FIRST and SECOND teams at Bendigo, 1916 17., also father of Wangaratta winner, 2S5, single test, 1916-17. This cock SECURED FIRST A-ND SPECIAL, Bendigo Show, 1916, m the Utility Class. Bred from a 1567 pen toy a cockerel from a 297 'hen. No. 2.—OA'K'LANDS B.O. Pullets, full sisters to Oaklunds two winning teams at Burnley, 1916-17, .which also won WORLD'S RECORD WINTER TEST, 570 ^ggs. Mated .to a cockerel from the Marvillo Poultry Farm's WORLD'S RECORD PEN at Bendigo, 191C-17, 15*)6 eggs. This cockerel is a full brother to the CUarville's world's record pullet for 'Winter test winner at Bendigo, 'present season, 115 eggs in 4 months. Also 'brother to winner of the Castlemaine winter test. SETTINGS, 21/ ...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 October 1917

Juvenile Clothing AT Hayes & Harris JUST OPEIXED UP A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF WAS HING SUITS AT CUT FINE PRICES. KATE'S AM) IIAIUMS' The House for Quality and Solid Value. Phone 106. The Conversion of a Labor Journal The annual convention number oi' the Denver, U.S., "Labor Bulletin" contains a section devoted to Prohibiten. The "(Bulletin" is the official paper of ihe Colorado Slate Federation cf Labor and .the Denver Trades and Labor Assembly. Labor The following is the FOREWORD. THERE 'WAS a time W.HEf'X THE dry question , DID NOT come in for ANY SPACE in the 'LABOR -BULLETIN'S special EDITIONS, BUT that 'WAS WHEN sDDXViER, had 'SALOONS ANE1 The Bulletin AND .MOST of the ORGANISED LA1BOR forces (HONESTLY BELIEVED that .SALOONS MADE business and KEPT MEN employed and FU RX I SHED REVENUE to Tun THE CITY'S 'government, ■BUT NOW since Denver HAS NO saloons and DRiUIN'KENiNEss has disappeared AND (LOAFERS .and vags ARE AS scarce as •KEN'S TEETH and EVERYBODY n<3 sober ...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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CHAPTER IV. Where? [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 October 1917

CHAPTER IV. Where? Ralph dragged himself unwillingly away. He was a little disturbed by Jhe tendency of Barca's suggestion. Why had the latter introduced the name, of Kate Lingen at. this particular moment? If it. had not 'been for her and the thought of those letters, Ralph at that moment would have been sleeping the sleep of the just, perhaps dreaming of Enid. He came at length to his own room and closed the door. Every nerve is his Dofly called otic ror a lijrht, but he resolutely refused to ]is:en. If he gave way to these nervous fears, where were they likely to end? He could not have a light; rather would ! he lie tossing and restless with thn.t j dreadful figure downstairs painted in j the darkness like a vivid scone in viv- j id colors on a sheet of block velvor. Well, It would not be for very much longer now, the daylight was drawing near, and the crime would be discover ed. But it was awful waiting all the same. Presently the saffron gleam of the dawn began to tint the sky,...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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The Law of the Land Published by arrangement with Messrs. Ward, Lock & Co. Ltd. [All Rights Reserved.] CHAPTER III.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 October 1917

■■II*'"!* J The Law of the Land - By FRED. M. WHITE Published by arrangement with Messrs. WaTd, Lock & Co. Ltd. [All Rights Reserved.] uHAPTER III.—Continued. "My dear fellow, I did not say so. I merely suggested the possibility of it. 'Revenge is sweet, especially to woman,' as Byron says. Ivnovdng something of your temperament, I should say that your letters were hy no means deficient of what another poet calls 'purple patches.' They might make a pretty wedding present for your bride. It would be by no means the first instance of the kind." "In that case I should have to pro; care some of your wonderful acid, Ralph laughed. The feeling that he con id laugh startled him. "If you could spare' enough- " Darca smiled in his peculiar way, though he did not look Ralph quickly and squarelv in the face as he gener ally did. As a rule, Barca's eyes were notes of interrogation, and when he met a stranger he (lashed his dark glance over him like the rays of a searchlight, and from th...

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Household Hints. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 October 1917

. Lemons will keep fresh for v;cc'; at a time if they are laid on ;i paper on a shelf, willi a tumbler turned over each one. Choose lamp wicks thai arc S'jft and looseiy wo\ on. Soak thom in vinegar, ami dry t horoughly before using ihem. When war!-in.-: woollens, especially stockiirrs, sinks thoroughly to get v?.'5 cif the dust, before puiiing tliom into the. water. CoL.i;re;' srlk will often slniu! re pented wavkir.-r, km or. re must be taken with : ii; ironing, i'o.r lioj irons will destroy the colour. Clean emunclicd :::mcepau;-i with a. rag dipped jn powdered pumice stone, after tliey have been well boiled out, and they will look like new. The juice of a raw onion is the antidote to the sting of a bee or wasp. When stung remove the sting if it be left behind, and then lav a slice cf raw onion on the place. The smarting will cease at once. If housekeepers who have natural wood kitchen tables would cut a le mon in two and rub it over the sur face, rinsing it .well with clean warm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 October 1917

XXXXXJXXXXXXXX xxxxxxxx X X X X X X X A' RUMMAGE SALE... X X IS XOW OX AT WILLIAMS, X THE SHOEMEX. X This moans that we are X X RUMMAGIXG -X -V . ABOUT X X To clear out all the HUM line:-: X —that is, lines that have got- a X •bit. out of date and out of lines; X two or three pairs of this line X and two or three pairs of that. X We're stirring them round with X the X LOW •PRICE STICK .so as to make a 'palatable dish X •to tempt all BARGALX LOV- X BR'3. X X Come in and have X X A X 'RUMMAGE X X around amongst the Goods dis- X played in the window and out- X side. You've got. a good chance X of picking un a Rare 'Bargain X or t-svo. Maybe yon will poo X JUST THE PAIR that will X suit you and no one else, and X the -price .won't stand in your X •wav. . These X X. RUMMAGE X PRICES X X will run for a -week or two, so X "ue sure and have a look. X X —X X X X Ladies' Colored Poplin Bar X X Shoes, helio, saxe-blue, pink; "X X suitable for evening wear. We X X are ■determined to clear them ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 October 1917

OIJiEIVX Lli'Ji OF .MAIL STEAK 8II LPS. For PLYMOUTH AND LONDON. ~ I Via Durban and Capetown, Takiiijj Passenger; In all Classes. ' f!' Cosf.il Passages Hooky'. to Sydney, **r Brisbane, Adelaide & Fromautle. . For further particulars as to rates of passage money, etc., a-pply to v :* ■D. L. DOWD-Ei.!,. Dranch Manager, »• :j"l- Collins street, -Melbourne. Local Agents : ADAMS it DLAKELEY. ■ THOIFSOI anfi CO, (CASTLEMAI >' E) PIJOPIIIETARY LIMITED. ' • - , ^ . I) ■ ENGINEERING- WORK'S, CAST L-EM Al'N'E. DESl'G NER.S .AND MANUFACTURERS CF THE '.MOST UP-TO-DATE •.MINING & OTHER MACHINERY, SUCTION -PUMP AND BUCKET DREDGES, 'SUCTION GAS PLANTS, ETC. Supply and Erection of 'Plants Under taken in any part of the State. ENQUIRIES SOLICITED. s TELEGRAM'S—'"THOMPSON & CO.," • CAST-LEMA1NE. ^&<00^:3i.32Lgr A SETTER ROOFING THAT COSTS LESS. Saleable for covering ;itc largos: build ings and smallest outhouses. SUi)-AGENTS : C5Z CASTLEMAINE. I£E£»:B?OS...

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HOW TO REMOVE STAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 October 1917

[ |-n\y TO 1:K:ui")VE >TA*!\S. Toolno Si.'uin:.-—Wa;!' wii i> alco hol, ilscil :"C ill S'.onpv "."IViCI". Jr-f;■"!i Stains.--Wet the ."cin-clicd place, run with soap, and bleach in the sua. S.v-t Stains.- -P.ub tii" .-p'.-.'j villi drv i;'cal before .sinniit'i; :>.o >"■■<1 lies lo li:o wash. i (.Ira:-:; Staias.—Saturate t ii-a spot • ihorou<;hiv v.-i: h kerosene. thea pat ia the washiah. ]?!. .ui S>aias. -Soak la aoidsail' wraer, then wash ui ^ warm ^ water j Mildew.---Seal; ia a \vc;ik r«i!i:iio:i of chloriilo of iimo for roverai hoar.--, t ho a wa::i: with cold wator and soap. I ilk Si luiis.---Soak ia soar aiilk. ! Li a dark stain naaeia- rinse in a wc:ik hit ion t'i eh'oi :do oi brae'. Vv'ni.i;-!!.:.— Sal; aad \:a.-;;ar will remove the worst apt:;.: veiaihiri;: on bra,;;? or copper. \ , :\<h off v. iih soap aad aad wait a. wliiii"-; woi wPh abaaol. Grease Spat:;.--!J oi wai or aiul soap generally remove ihcxe. It iixctl bv Icj'.tr ...

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THE ROLL CALL 340th CASUALTY LIST. 890 NAMES. 403 DEATHS; 213 WOUNDED. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 October 1917

THi£ MOLJ-i OA.LjLi r'-IOih CASTAi,TY UNI'. SPO X.A.15KS. DEATHS; '2V.I \Y()UXI;)la). 'In the 3-10ill casualty lisi, issued by the Del'once 'Department yesterday, there are S90 names, the casualties being :— 347 killed in action, So died of wounds, IS died from other causes, 2 drowned, II accidentally killed, 21;3 wounded, 19 missing, 210 ill, 21 injur ed, IE) iprisoners of war, 1 unspecified. The 'Victorian details are :—72 kill ed in action (including 68 reported mis sing- in July, ISIS), 10 died of wounds, :i died of illness, 1 accidentally killed, 1 died of injuries, 1 died from other causc, 2 missing, 4 dangerously ill. 9 injured. ~>3 wounded. >1» the list of wounded is the name of'i'rivu'.o R. rwillhigton, cf liarccart.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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DEATH OF MRS OSWALD PIONEER OF MALDON. A PROMINENT RESIDENT. MALDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 October 1917

I PIC'X'EEH OF1 M A LB OX. ( A PiRQMlXEX'.T 'RESIDENT. .MA'L COX, Thur3day. Mrs Margaret Oswald, relict. of the 'Into Mr Robert Deni Oswald, former owner a.iul founder c? the famous Os wald mines at ..Maklon, .passed away i)er.2cfniiy on .Wednesday nig'ht a: the a ye of -."'Car;-. .'She had been all his for sonic tine, and her demise -was not altogether un expected. The deceased, .who luu] 'been 'born and married in Ssoikuiu, arrived In Victoria in 1S31, and .with her laie -hus band Lame ;o Maldon, .where she had resided ever since, and tby her death one of the oldest identities has nassc-d away. She was a yre.it supporter of charitable objects, and a ward bearing her name was erected some time ago. ■'.rhn was mainly responsible for the turn 1'vo. b;- ;arian Church creotcd a. few years r.go.-towards whl^h she .contribu ted the principal nart of the cost. She has left a family of two sons ('Messrs. James and Robert Oswald, of .Meibourne), ;v:ul i'.vo dans liters (Mrs THitt'on, wife o...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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POULTRY NOTES. UTILITY POULTRY FARMING. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 October 1917

POULTRY NOTES. if "UTILITY POULTRY FARMING ('By "RosenComb.") t •—' A word to the man on the land will not 'be out o,2 place at this juncture. •It is a loss to the States that the ordi nary farmer cannot, or will not, see the amount he loses yearly by not keeping an increased number of poultry. '.Many a time .we licar farm ers run clown the fowls as being' worse than useless. Usually, if a visit is paid to the farm one would see a flock of all varieties and colors, running together —and all ages. in most cases the fowls sleep in trees or in draughty and 'wot sheds, .with no regular feed time—it's this hind of treatment that makes fowls useless. The average farmer has a -better chance of having his ibirds more than cc-mforta'ble than the man in tcwn, yet we seldom see them housed or treated badly in the •town. The farmer has every advan tage to make fowls pay, inasmuch as he can grow practically ail the feed they require, anu has room to run hundreds 'without interfering with other f...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 October 1917

THROAT AFI'"'i0.rriO.\3 AND HOA2SENESS.\:i froai ir ritation of tbs tl;rr.<>;\%. .-.oil Uotuoness v?i!5 bo agreeably -'*• tho al most immcdii-.'.u r-:-•. f hj 'i-hn una ol " Bro-*"1.';! / Troches.'' TbisSO fr.Tr.cr.:- " :%-•> ' kow Sold by m<u«t t..i'.uii'jV.?' i:i thia country, i'eoT-Ij -iroui/i.'d s "hacking cough," a *'si i coj:\" or bronchial oJieCtior.s, >:,:rn-it. them too coo";}. r.:> enniier &Uo\-sd to pi-o^rc?n _ s.-rious pulmiimry nyj r.s'tsw.rttie siimuona. Sco -f.hat tho words " IjroT.'-i;'f'ron chia5 Troches " ere on tho Govern mant Stamp around oar.h bo3, pre pared by Jehu 1. Bror.H arid Sons, Boston, United States, European Depot, 33 Farringclon .Road, London, England. Ay OT,T> ?"TTrLS7>l FOR CHILDREN, i,—"Mrs Winslow'a •Soo:lr.:\»r Syrup" for Children Teething. Should always be used for children while teething. ■It soothes the child, softens the gums, 'allays all pain, cure:. ivind, cclic, and is the best remedy for dia...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 October 1917

—^TT^rT^I^-^^iI1 to<^» Ior c°o1 sf:)re C^iUoun. Apply, May, con j rpT^^uI^Trxm^lad, 1'6 to IS years V1 i,-e to learn the quHrry bus; .. jnd assist in Clerical work. Per p;'ar'Do^rion. and good wages. Ap pfSier Cranio Quarries, Har I jiift _ girl, sleep home. I p. G. Woodward. j ^TED^Man "a cut <town eight ' , OIin1 :rees at once. Apply, "tl; Donald, "Roscmount," Creek. ,. kuv ivight, between Yapeen w"\na >i.ul?c: Square, dark over vara. Mail old so. :;;;. aC r-' c\ls. ;W.B. villa, 5 rooms, ev i"',,rV convenience. I acre land, .....;;-ee:. Apply, 'Liverpool Villa, Ray . p- SALE—Hooded Abbott buggy, 1 ••.G.iriv new. jinker, pole, set ,.-;e jjub'.e harness. S. Blink Guildford. rrvANIfED iron, also counters r - ••••elviiis:. for sale to-day, at lock. Carter, Amos and "ir'ce:, - fl; LTP.V FOR SALE.—Two breed ;nc While leghorns: 8| ""p-rie her.?, Moritz cockerel: S [ hens. O'Mullane-Lawson i selected 'oy Mr Rintoul; • •ed •"or chicks. E. H. Carter., or ikree month...

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FREE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 October 1917

FjR.EE. Every ayoman whose health ig caus ing lier anxiety is invuca to write for •x copy of our now booklet o1" valuable information, which should Ik- in every home. Send 3d. for postage to Dept. 5, Ladies' College of Health, 327 Collins street, MfiJbonr'-.r.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 October 1917

. BOiW .IS YOUR BOILER? •It has been stated that a man's stom ach is his boiler, his body is his engine and his mouth the fire-box. Is your boiler (stomach) in good working or der, or is it so weak that it will not stand a full load and net able 10 sup ply the .needed energy to your engine (body) ? .-If you have any trouble with your stomach Chamberlain's Tablets will do you good. They strengthen and invigorate the stomach ami enable it to do its work naturally. Many very re markable cures ot stomach trouble have .been effected by them. Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, Wholesale Distri butors.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 October 1917

V\ 'i TOWER'S FESH BRAND ; Keeps out all the , C^, j -,yet Big enough \ \^P%^' ; d protect all " N x our saddle :ather, too. *$m&s is mark r,"'"" ;'zs satisfaction Melbourne Adelaide f^'i ^ I ver's Goods enn oe \ lined from _aH leading Sto" jers and Warehousemen. J. TOWER CO., Boston, U.S.A, Brisbane '? Auckland A 4'7

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 5 October 1917

CA-X'-T KEEP IT SECRET. The splendid work of -Chamberlain's Tablets for the stomach and liver is daily .'becoming more widely known. •No such grand remedy -for stomach and liver troubles has ever -been known. Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, "Wholesale Distributors. NIEBITHR & SON I^DJKliTAKEES. ' ESTABLISHED -1S59. Oak and Kauri iPolished Caskets sup plied in e.p. silver, solid .brass, and nickel silver, at lowest rates, likewise inexpensive funerals. Phone 7. -Cilice and Residence, Castle inaine. UNDERTAKERS. T. ODGERS&CO. , OLD E3T.A BLdSIL.YIE'XT, 'BARKER STREET. •Respeeta'bJe Funerals conducted for lowest, rates. Prices and terras •for better class of Funerals as f . Per arrangement ai lowest raxes. Every care and attention given 'o all the requirements of the .".rade. 1 eieplj one (shop and residence) Xo. 43. Prin tod and published by Clarence 'Roy \ Williams, i'or the proprietors, -MclviL lop and W'ii liums, at the ofiice of "The ( rastleraaine Alai-1," _\losr,yn s...

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