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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 February 1901

1 DR. WILLIAMS' PltiK P;L..3 I Make Rich Red Bic ! ? 1 1 IW«— ,*— ? ? ~« ? Mich Red Stood Makes ; j WeaK Peopte Bright, \ j . /7cifi-e and Sir:::-^ i fln&zmia. and Lan-,our Cured. $ j Miss Ada Richards, of Karabar-street, Auburn, nc-*r S..; . \| recently furnished bur reporter with tHe following particular : — ,\ . ? 3 ] twelve months a£b my strength seemed to fade. I had been fairiv , .-,^ ' before ttiis, bi*t' then I, began to suffer acutely, My blood lfoc*ii;e vc.\ . * \ and poor, f was seized with extreme langotfr and' weakness, and - . ; attacks of giddiness, suffering so much from the latter that I w -s ....!, \ compelKd to sit down that I might recover. mys_tf. My appetite d^s : f d I me, «ftd I could only trawl about the house. Theser painful symptom* ???????.. r I »c*S.mpanied with neuralgia and most severe pains in the chest ts.d' . -.'?'?.-? r - My spirits sank as time : went e ?.-£ '?; t^JUH 'I - ' ' ' ' i * '^ I a» I ' ' became most depressed Snd u-$. ' .-iM-lB-...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ECHUCA. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 February 1901

BCHUCA. At mt Echuca Police Court on Tuesday morning, before Mr P. J. Dwyer, P.M.r and Mr R. O. Foyeter, J.F., a njau named Wallace was charged with rob bery from the person of James Madden of the sum ?A 30s et the Wee Wee Bup races, .held on New sears v&y. Tiiecase was f altj investigated, and it was proved that another man was implicated, and that probably it was he who committed the' robbery If there was any. The bench) determined to give the accused the benefit of the doubt, and he wag discharged.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ANOTHER PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 February 1901

ANOTHER PRESENTATION, (By a Visitoh). On Wtdnesday evening one of the most peasant social gatherings that has ever oteii our good iortu e to take part in, took place at Tattersall's Hotel. The ob ject was. to make a small presentation to .vli j. W. Murphy, on account of his de 1 pauure to Narrouune, tbe Itlegraph and Postal officials being the donors. _Mr Fitzgctald, Telegrapu-inaster, was voted to ths chair, and stated that it caused him very much pleasure to make the presentation (a. handsome and valu able travelling hag), but very much sorrow in losing so reliable and trustworthy an j officer* He had net known Mr Murphy, long but what he did know that he was sure to rise to distinction in the service. Mr Murphy, in reply* was veiy thankful for the present, but being of a bashful and tetiiing nature, he had difficulty in return ing thauks. He had in gatherings of this kind no objection to being a spectator, but to be a recipient he felt out of place. However, he heartily thanked a...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Presentation to Mr J. W. Murphy. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 February 1901

Presentation toHr J. W. Murphy. On Tuesdav evening last a few members ofVhe Trades Cr.cket Club met at the Globe Hotel to bid bon-voyagj : to Mr J „, **. .-..»,., whn s leaving tor Narr«t explained the affairs of the club to date. Mr H. Lloyd moved that the resignation , be accepted with regret, mnded by Mr G Djwker, and carried, Mr J. Madie was then elected as Secretary or. the motion of Mr Murphy, seconded by Mr D. Cans. He was also appointed delegate loihe Cricket Association vice Mr Murphy lesigned. . Presentation. ^ the conclusion of the business, over a -lass of ffiue, Mr Lloyd said he would ask those present to drink Mr Murphy s health. It was a great pleasure for him to be present at this meeting, as lie had been connected with the Tiades Cricket Club for a number of years. He said it was a long while since the Club had such an energetic Secretary as Mr Murphy— never since he (Mr Lloyd) had been con nected with the Club, He wished him, and the wish was also endorsed by every...

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Late Queen Victoria. THE COMMEMORATIVE SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 February 1901

Lats Qj03ii Victona* THE COMMEMORATIVE SERVICES. Nuver did the Town Hull contain so many ; ))rtj4/ly an on SiluivUy last, whan there weie ! tally BOO loyal citizt'us present to witness tb-.' j t-ounuuiiiorative Herviues beld in houor of our ; late beloved Queen. It Was indeed a great ? sight* Jin.J one that will not readily be for- j gotten. ; With our own little town of a few thou- j Raud i u habitants one could picture the sight of England's millions ou the same day. pac ing their lttst respect to the uoblo and good j woman who bad been their ruler for over 60 j lon0f years. j In Dtfiiiliquitft fts throughout the mighty - British Empire, business was entirely sus- , ponded, and at a lew minutes before 11 o'clock the Town B.inJ, headed by the mem bers of the Police Force, marched to the j Town Hall playing the Dead March in Saul. Directly following the band came a hundred silent mourners w'.;h their hats upraised and their heads bent, and, as it were; baking part in the funeral. Pu...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Deniliquin Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 February 1901

Deniliquin. Hospital. The usual monthly- meeting of the Committee -ofe the Deuiliquin.HospitaA was held onl'hursday even ing at the -School oE Arts.-. The Chair was occupied, by Mr 11. Lloyd (Tresideat), acd Messrs A. B, Jeftersoi^ 11. A. Glyde, E. J. Lainan, J. Kelly, M. J. Carew, T. Tyrer, . E.. B, CoUon,.. J. Gs Evans, and. J. tJeraghty. . Before the miuutcs ? were read,- the- President said I he Ihouglit iL was an oppurtune time, on account o£ the deiith.oC the Queen, to ask the Committee to - [-l;ice c~n.Uieii- rccurds a vote ot sympathy towards - their present King and the Royal ITAinily. Her late Majesty always took a great interest in .matters per taining to hospital work, and therefor**, a vote o£- sympathy from. the Oorntiiittee should be placed Ott.. the Hospital buoks. Tlie motion was seconded by Mr Cotton; and^car* ricd unanimously. The minutes of the previous meeting were read '?'? ami uuuaruied. .. ...... ?: RErOKTf. 1'he Treasurer rei-orted that the-rcceipts for-the ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
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Deniliquin Gun Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 February 1901

Deniliquin Gun Club.. .,' The 'Annual Meeting of members of the ? above Club was held last week' at Tattersall's Hoteh Mr W. E. Clarke occupied the chair, and there were present: — Messrs W. A.' Mackay, A. J.. M'Laurin, E. B. Cotton, R. W. M'Laurin, J. Gahvay, P. Deverall, H. C. Parker, W. Bowtell, E. Naughton, P. C. Hill, A. Taylor, G. Middlemiss, A. T. Jones, C. Middlemiss. and R. H. Turnbull. The minutes of the last annual meeting were read and confirmed. Annual Report and Balance- Sheet. The an mud report and balance-sheet was read as follows : — The Committee of management have pleasure in presenting to the members the second annual re port of the Club. . During the year four meetings have been held, iti January. June, July, and November, and you will perceive by the .accompanying statement that they have been' well attended, though we would much like to see a longer roll of members, and. we would ask each member to encourage new members. ? Donation have been received from Mess...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 February 1901

h smith and Shoeing I Forge. I LANGSHAW, RES to iiittmnte to the residents of Denili Kn and surronnding district, that he hae ft above in the back portion of the premises Kerioe Saddlery Binporium, and trust by Kntion to business to merit a fair share of ?ids of Buggies and Waggons I repaireJ. ? ? ?hoeing and General Blacksmith ?by a Competent Tradesman. Rrges moderate. ? TRIAL SOLICITED. I WANTED. ?GO PELTS 2,000. L JONEIS, ^KADDLER, &C, DENILIQUIN, fte Highest Cash Price for all Kinds of Fn^ed Skins, ^B Hides, from 2d to 3 Jd per Ib-. ^B Sheepskins, from 4d to €d per Ib; ^Hr, Beeswax, and all kinds of Sundries. 1. WHITELOCK, H^E RELIABLE TAILOR. ^Htanded a large and varied -assortment ^^Kst designs in Autumn and Winter Good ^^Bjf : English, Irish, and Scotch Tweeds - ^Hloaffngs and trouserings in eadles ^^BVe guarantee a perfect Fit, and unap ^^K Value. The Mercery Department com ^^Ke latest Btyles ia— . = .: - ^KoLLABS: , . ??'''?: . ^B SHIRTS. -\ ^H ROSlEIir. ^B RUGS, &a...

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THE PROCESSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 February 1901

THE PROCESSION. Some little time was lost at Victoria Station in marshalling the procession, and it was £ot until half -past 11 that a start was. made. First of all came an officer of the headquarters staff, followed by the bands of the Royal Horse Guards sind the Second Life Guards, alternately play:ng Chopin's funeral march, and the funeral march from Beeth oven's ' Eroica Symphony/' Immediately after the bands were 100 Yeomanry Cavalry, 100 Volunteers, and 200 Colonial troops, with 45 officers. The infantry all marched with arms reversed. As the colonial troops marched by their stalwart figures and sun burnt faces, together with their khaki dress, contrasted strikingly with the British soldiers, who were heavily cloaked, and with the Indian and West African detachments, who wore handsome uniforms. /The next in the procession were the malitia, followed by the Honourable Artillery Company, the depart-' mental corps, And some 1,000 infantry of the line and foot . guards ?, a magnifi...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Municipal Nominations. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 February 1901

Municipal Nominations, The official nomination of candidates for the vacancies in tbe Council caused by the retirement of Aldermen Wooldridge, Jones, and Fagau, took place on Tuesday morning At the Town HlUl. The returning officer '(Alderman G. Hi. Perrin) presided, and Messrs A. ?J. Jefferson, J. Kelly, J. Ross, T. C. Gillies, and the press representatives .j wore the only persons present. ! ~'Tha Returning Officer announced that! only one candidate had been nominated for the East Ward, viz., John Kelly, land and estate agent, of Duncan-street (nominated by C. H. Rowbottom and A. B. Jefferson), 'lie therefore declared Mr Kelly duly elected -as an alderman of- the Municipality. There were- no nominatkma for lihe West and North' Wards, and» as it was his (the Returning Officer's)- duty to submit to the Government the names of two gentlemen to fill the vacancies-,, he had pleasure in announcing that h«had submitted the name of Mr H. L. Jones (the retiring aldejsnan),. as the represent...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 February 1901

Another Case of^B General Debility I AND ^B Nervous FrostratioiH Radically Cured. H the Case of ^K Mrs. MARY TAVLOR. H CiPV-om the '-Leichhwdt ^anrfard,'j ^^K (1BY OUH SI-WIAI, REPORTER.} ^^| No. T»ylor carries on a prospeiM^H businoBB as a general storekeeper in rl IH street, EilyUuld, Ihsichhardt, ncw SvS^H where she also resides. It was a^'^^l address that a- Standard reporter int ^^| viewed that lady the other day ana obtii IliflH a f uir and clear account o£ hsr KccZ^^I from a eerious state of. ^^^^H General Debility and: Nervout^H Prostration, ws^H vhicli was. t-ho result of a seven ttciB^I occasioned by a sudden and fatal Aodtk;B^| which happened to her first ln.-slnnj, |^^| 'It\va3 ^^^| A Terrible Shock; HH to me,' explained tho lady to the netvc.^^H paper man, 'and I thought at tue tiir,»l^lH should never get over it.. Tho eliouk Ir^^H me so nervous- that TsiartPd tumbling aiii^^H Blinking on the least provocation, -ii'ii,i;;^^^| bed wna a mere farce, for I m-ver goi a:i;B^...

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AT THE ALTAR STEPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 February 1901

AT THE ALTAR STEPS, At the head of the coffin -at the foot of the altar steps stood his Majesty the King with still and solemn expression. At the foot of the coffin was the Lord Chamberlain also evidently deeply impressed. To the right of the King stood the Duke of Norfolk, in his official capacity as Hereditary Earl Marshal to the Sovereigns of England. Queen Alex andra, Consort of His Majesty King Edward VII. j occupied a seat to the right of the general congreation. Her Majesty was: sup ported by a number of the Princesses of the' British Royal Family. Near to Queen Alex andra was the youthful Prince Edward of. York, who. is now Heir Presumptive to the: Imperial Throne, and who is only just six years and a half old. The little Prince was dressed in a. naval uniform. He looked bright, but impressively interested in the ceremonies, and was the observed of all who were so placed as to be able to get a glimpse of the lale Queen's great grandsou. The Gentlemen at Aram were tolled near...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 February 1901

The Bebrigan Svouts. — The Common wealth bicycle sports, postponed from SOth ult., were held on Wednesday, the attendance being goo*. Results:— Open Foot Race, 100 yds.— Hodges 1; Boyle 2; G. M'Lellan, 8. Sheffield. — Jones* 1; Hacker, 2. Common wealth Wheel Race, 2 miles. — Von Der Lrift, ; 1; Mason, '% Federal Stakes. One Mile. — Mason, 1; ijSmithers, 2. Anniversary Haif- mile.— Mason, 1; ¥on Der Luft,. 2. Open. i Hunters.— M'Lean's- Jimmy, 1. Amateur Race.— D. Mttle, 1; €r. Hamilton1, 2. Five 'Mile Scratch. — Ryany 1; Mason, 2. In the : Federal Stakes Von Dei- Luft fell and ! brought down other riders, amongst them being L. M. Jackson, who had bis: wrist : broken, and Von Der Luft received a severe shaking. Bush; Ftresv — Our Cbnargo correspondent states that a disastrous bush fire occurred on Boonoke station on Tuesday 'ast, and travelled on to Puckawidgee, burning about 7,000 acres of grass in all. Fifteen telegraph poles were also burnt, and communication was cut off. On Wedne...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Successful Sale. BY OUR SPECIAL REPORTER). (To of the most successful sales ever) [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 February 1901

A Successful 5ale. ( -i.u -A the mo.;! sutressful ualcs ewr] in il.,.«i;^r:ct wa- tl.Hlol tuemraBr»«uuw«» jir.uher-: On Wedt.-.d.v last. Mr H. iLloyd v-.j-KmI !t-e tsiiiiin.Br on LfthaK of Messrs lliL'-kuii--:a Jirotlions. Mid thow wore buyers .,-esent imm Fin'^v, TocnmvraJ, Wanganella, Uathoura, and ilo'oroopna. The day was a mo«t trying one for the visitors, but the heat was partly counteracted by the iced drinks provided by the Messrs Malone. Tin- principal interest i» the sale was centred in the draught horses, whwh were knowi' 10 be a spleadid lot. The bidding w:i.-:-:.-l,i.-ite(l from the start, and never for a i liioi'Mi- llatr^ed. and it. is safe to say that the dra-.i^nt 'horses, if no1, ihe light sorts, made a -'('.cord av.-ra«i- privie for the district. The following :wv the particulars ol tie horses sold : ? iJKAX'GHTS. Parkie, bl-k g, 8 years— £25* purchased by Mr S- M. Brown, * Bute, br m, 6 yeara— £8B 103, Mr S. M. I'rown. Smilcr, blk in, 1. years-£23 10s, Mr S. Cr.os...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
P. & S. P. Board, Moulamein. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 February 1901

P. & S. Pr Board, Moulantein. Mr R. Hindson, secretary of the Moula mein P. and S. P.' Board, in a letter dated the 6th inst.-, sends us the following :— At a meeting held to-day a letter from the FfeDartment of Mines requesting the opinion of this board as to the best methods of dealing with the rabbit pest was read, when the following decision was come to : — ' That this Board is of opinion tbat the best method of dealing with the rabbit pest is : — To fill in all burrows and clear off all cover such as hollow logs, dead timber, etc. Dogs, traps, and poisons, of all kinds are useful where rabbits are plentiful, but the country cannot be cleared by any or all of those methods or by giving a bonus. This board does not approve of giving bonuses! Weekly men should be employed. The marketing of rabbits (except skins) should be discouraged. United action should be taken by all the boards in the State, with a view to com mencing together and going continuously, and when the pest ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 February 1901

?JOHN ADAM, Ironist, Newspaper* News Agent j KpiEB STREET, DENILIQUIN. Be Referee* Sunday Tiroes, Arrow, Sporting BtuLc Truth, Woibsr, Havrklet, Deniiiquia Kendent, Windsor Maeaaiue, Harmsworth s Kinc Pictorial Magazine:, Cassell's New Penny Kinc Charing Cro-s Magazine, Cassell's ?av'joutUKl, Australian. Journal, Australian, ? Journal. WelJon's Monthly; Leach's Dress K Battle Smoko, Union Jack. Detect ire Tales, ? Land and Sea. Boys' Ifiwt Rate Library, ?o Bill's Library, Heart * Ran 1-bniw, 1 rue Htfar Library, Illustrated* Bits. Sketohy Bits, ^Rh AllV Sloper, Scraps, Snap Shots, Answers, ?n!s Weekly^ Cigarette, Photo Bits; 1 Hast rated ^BDate Boy# Gp-to-Date Novelette, Aidine H. ?iv Cbristii&i Henald, Christian Budget, I'olice ^K World's- Xtomic. Comis- Cuts,. Goroic Life, ^K Comic;' Illustrated- Chips, l'iok-file-Up, ^M. Snare Moments, Nuggets, Funny Wondcs, ^K's- Life, Home Chat, Homer's- Stories, ^K Sioriesi, Home- Stories-, Goldem Stories. ^K Herald ihipplement, Scotti...

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Terrible Buggy Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 February 1901

Terrible Baggy Accident, A shocking fatal accident occurred last Friday evening. A party of ladies were descending Buckland Gap, near Beech worth, Victoria, in a vehicle, the occu pants being Mrs Frances C. Wells, a widow, 40 years 01 age, of Stony Creek, and two Misses Grant, of Gaps ted. The party had driven into Beech worth in the afternoon, and were returning in the evening between 6 and 7, when the acci dent occurred. How it was occasioned was not clearly ascertained, as Mrs Wells was killed on the spot, and the other two ladies are too much injured to furnish details at present. It is surmised that the breeching broke, and, the horse taking fright, ran away down the hill, which is very steep, collided with a fence, breaking the axle, and smashing the wheel. The occupants were all thrown out, and when help arrived Mrs Wells was found dead, and the others suffering from severe in juries. An inquest was opened on Satur day afternoon at Beechworth before Mr Ingram, J. P., when Dr....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 February 1901

Robertson & Doug[J : Ba^ii^^[^b:«aNited consignor Jl C|^fe| ;& GiaJ T^^fe^ge^s^^f rGrocery and ItaDtoofl , ; -iDavH^e^p^og^the public of DtfB . «n^^g^|c*i|tJieIt pnpport during tCM .: :-^wi^-^fe*p|t:by the excellency! V ; ,«B4;jlow^l^gp£,«ll,-,their goods lo 3 ?. ' .--.^qaMl^pl^^tfsB^e- in future. ^M ,^||^^f ^ DOUQui THE BILI-ABOWG HOTeI JAMES WHSTE] rT^A]8;- j)l.e^*si:fit^1iigi.«ig under thenotice'ofl Jjt; ^ resi^Qte?rSof: ^aCpSAaoo and Disiil Bndr^&^JB^^vM^l?^ JDBUC that hea Mr B JKogers, Bjifl irasts py Keepmg only th&i«^H b^t brands ^.mnafi,. Spirits, and Beer, to iflH [ PirsUcloSB -tabii6g. : A Trial Solicitei^HB ??'? ?'i/0''^^S-:-:-:'-JiAs. whfte,/ flB| . '.; -? .^^^^^-v.^'-!.' Si - Oateof Jetiid^^B ! THE BRIDGE HOTeB 1 ~ Naplet Street, Denlliquin. IH 1,1. T BHURHial TntTTlSHESJ^o Intimate to his many Friai'^HKp?1 - W: yV^mq^^sM District that be has loAf ^ ^ aS^Ss*4i4g^wtf Hotel; and- hopes bj tt^^g*^'. a|tenUott.1^iiJ^iti^ to merit a fair teHg|...

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Over the Border. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 February 1901

Over the Border. MELBOURNE. The will of the late Mr Jame. Wesley Hall, who died at his iwridence, Oema, Boundary-road, Toorak, on January 1 last, ha* been lodged for probate. Under this will, which was signed on December 6, 1698, the testator appointed a. trustees and executors Mr Walter Buiaell Hall, of Sydney, Mr Keleo King, of the same city, and Mr Arthur Frederick Hooper, n9 WdlW.fi.nfcrfipt. Toorak. To each of these gentle men, who are entruited with the task of proving the will, he leaves a legacy £1,000 and a commission of 2J per cent, upon the net income or interest to be derived from his estate. He also appoints hii trus tees and his widow, Margaret Kate Lilian Hail, guardians of such of his children who may not have attained their majority at the time of his death. The whole of the testator's goods and chattels used in his household he bequeaths to his widow, together with a legacy of £10,000, which is to be a first charge on the estate. In addition, he bequeaths to her an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 February 1901

\\ YOU CAN BUY \\ ,» EVERY KNOWN -? . . S MUSICAL INSTRUMENT 5 '! CHEAPER AT - i F/1LINQ'5. : PIANOS, vioLiws I i-,\l ORGANS. GU*TAR3 f - OORN1ST-3 I ?'►'' MANDO3.IK3 i' '* ?;-? . ACCORDEOa-.i - ?? V - COttCKkYIU/;:; . -. , . ? J - STRINGS & FIFTli'Saa. 5 ( ; All the Latent Music. % - - Catalogues F u ES. C I W.H.PAUHG&CO.lTm I C 338 CEORC* St., SYDNtV: f Robertson & Douglasl Have added a well assorted con8!gDn)erit rf Bj Ci»ockei-y & Gta§J| Wane I To their laTge stock of Grocery and Jtonmnil S and while thanking the public o( JwP^M and district for their support durin* ti TH twelvemonths, trust by the exceW ,19 and low prices of all their '££ ^ £M continuance of the same in future. ''t^H NOTE THE ADDRESS : BH ROBERTSON & DOUGLAS ? NAPIEB STEEET, DENIUQU1K. -fl THE EILLABOKG HOTElP CONARGO. H i!A!V?ES WHi?E,B HAS pleasure in bringing under the notice oiJ8i residents of. Gonauqo and DibtsbBh and aleotlie Tbavbiaing: Public that he LIB taken a l...

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