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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 16 April 1914

Rereavement Notice. XIT -R D. SPROAL desires to THANK IX. Dr Orchard and Dr Holmes (of WarrnambooI) for their unremitting at tention to his late wife during her ill ness; also, the Matron and Nurses of. the Port Fairy Hospital whilst an inmate of that instituion. He also thanks his many kind friends for letters and expressions of sympathy received during his recent sad bereavement. WANTED, CUTTLEFISH. Commu nicate with Bird and Son, Cromwell Buildings, Melbourne. THANKS. I TENDER my most sincere THANKS to Dr. Orchard, Father Rohan, the Matron and Staff of the Port Fairy Hospital for their unremittting care and attention and kindness to my wife. I also thank my many kind friends for their practical sympathy, letters and cards, in my recent sad bereavement. THOMAS BROWN, Yambuk. Port Fairy Racing Club. WINTER MEETING: S4TV4Dy APRIL 25. -0 ENTRIES CLOSE SATURDAY NEXT. -o SPOCIAL TRAIN Leaves WARRN.MBOOI L at 12.25 p.m., KOROIT 12.50; arrives Port Fairy 1.25. Return, leaves Port Fairy a...

Publication Title: Port Fairy Gazette
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PIG-RAISING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 16 April 1914

`i°)rs6t .an et aconsido h is 'a goad rni or -raisin' pigs ina sty You can uti hse -your surplus feed to Biette atds an tge-by buyiing up siuch sud kers? s 01 au s as, iare: generally. for sale. and -sfatirenio ?hi'??n lox mariket. Adny armne?xh?wlho .eepsa_ -g cow or two with the n cesst'. pipa!dd???ii cn easily and cheaply ariisan a" run, :byf rfing wire feuting, say two ftethigh, round his paiodock . ettingi ".or :-tinch 'mesh and of thcl 'aue sis i:best, Wand; pig-raising will oon recoup ut 'eixoutlay, and show a substantial pro Hiving. piovided the'-runn tthe nest. w'ik- is to, select 1 the sow,. or sows, ands t cf t;'fill `things h caireful. not to, over n farmny ena crs can run one sow ion ?hainr: sin-pins feed who cannot pro fit ;lly; :keep: two. Ibi-·s-l?no?:io much the keeping of. the ~:t~ttr itows. bs the roaring or their Iprogeny.t.o_ nhe .besb advaxntage .t" "?nro not.-like :the argei breeds, I would sIJ/.asow from a good littel, si?yr' " thick set, even thicikness acro...

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EVIDENCE AT PORT FAIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 16 April 1914

EVIDENCE AT PORT FAIRY. H. Swann, baker and pastrycook, aid he used 170 'to 200 'tons of wood a year, for which he paid 7s.6d per ton. All this came froin the Yambuk and Orford d: tricts. He e?timated that'600 famnilis,: on au awn ., used 12 tons per year, at Ss 6d per ton representing L3,060. Rail way freights at 2s 6d per ton would amount to L900. At Orford wood was loaded at 4s 6d per ton. It cost I0sper ton to land it at Warrnambool. Blachk w'ood costs from 9s to !ls. He used all gum; it was splendid wood. The wood was mostly got from public land.-:He obtained his flour from Nathalia, Bridge. water and Tocumwal, as there were a0 mills here, grain nlot being grown. At Bessiebelle it was grown. Wood was bout three to four inches through, he had had it up to 1S inches through, In hisline of business, however, the smaller the wood the better. He had not used any flour known to be ground from wheat gro.wn 30 miles from here. T. G. Guyett, builder and contractor, said he did a conside...

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Sporting. BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 16 April 1914

Sporting. BOWLING. On Good Friday a three-rink match was played between the Port Fairy and Carlton bowlers, on the local green, and notwithstanding the boisterous state of the weather,_.an interesting game took place, the home team winning by four points. Appended are the scores: 2. Swann, Northey. Keating, P.F. C. Radoslovich ... 18 - Patterson, Kinnard, Bruce, Beattie ............ 27 3. Wilson. Pickerd, Presnell, Haymes ... . ... 25 - Shoebridge, Glencross, Al len, Crawley ... - 22 4. Nash, Tyler, .'Kemp, Jack"' son ... ... ... 27 Curtis, Burston, Chamber lain, Wood .. ... 17 70 66 The Collingwood bowlers visited Port Fairy on Saturday, and indulged in a match against the local players. The game was a four-rink one, and was very keenly contested. 'With only one end to play the totals were equal, but the locals were equal to the occasion and scored 1 point, and won the game. The following are the scores - 1. Payne, Wilson, McLellan, P.F. C. Presnell ... ... 33 - Graham, Wilkinson, ...

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Commercial. PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 16 April 1914

Comiuimercal,. PIG MARKET. The supply numbered 158 head, of which-50 were stores. Prime baconers L3 IOs to L318s 6d, medium baconers 60s to 70s. forward stores Li 19s, slips 30s. MELBOURNE SHEEP MARKET. Prime crossbred wethers 22s to 24s 6d, extra 25s 6d to 29s, prime crossbred ewes 19s Id to 21s 3d, extra to 23s, prime merino wethers 19s 6d to 23s, merino ewes 8s 6d to 19s Fat Lambs-Prime 15s 6d to 17s. MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. Prime bullocks LI2 10s to L15, extra to L16 10s, prime cows from L8 l0sto L0 15s ; extra to L12. Fat Calves-z-The market was heavily stocked. Prime steers and heifers L5 10s to L7. toL7. SHEEP MARKET. The supply numbered 400 head, and competition was viery keen. Prime cross bred ewes sold up to 22s, prime cross bred wethers 18s to 24s 6d, comeback wethers 14s to 16s 6d, lambs 16s 6d. S.ATTLE MARKET. There was only a small yarding. Prime bullocks L10 Ss to Lii, prime cows L6 1Ds to L9 lOs; medium quality L5 to LS 10s, springing heifers L515s. to L619s, store ...

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PORT FAIRY FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 16 April 1914

-0 PORT FAIRY FOOTBALL CLUB.' The annual meeting of the Port Fairy Football Club was held at the borough council committee room on Wednesday of last week, the president (Mr T. E. Orr) occupying the chair. The following officers were elected :-President, Mr T. E. Orr (re-elected); vice - presidents, Messrs C. Presnell and J. A. Gauley, committee, Messrs L. Earle, L. Trega nowan, C. Colby, W. Booth, W. Heath, G. Reidy, D. Maloney, H. Nichol; match committee, Messrs G. Reidy, L. Earle, C: Colby, T. E. Wilson; dele gates, Messrs L. Treganowan, W. Booth, T. B. Wilson ; hon. secretary and trea surer, Mr T. ?. Wilson. Patrons, Rev. Father Rohan, Major Kell, 14essrs F. Hanley, J. Gurry, J. Maloney,.J. Powell, M. K. Devereux, W. Manuell, N. C. Graham, J. Peach, L. Freckleton, H. Swann, J. Evans. Gents members' tickets are 2s 6d, ladies' tickets being is. Mr Reidy suggested that players wishing toplay for any other club should be given to understand that this club should have the first prefer...

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PENSHURST RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 16 April 1914

PENSHURST RACES. The annual meeting of the Penshurst Race Club took place last Monday, in the presence of a very large gathering. Although the sky was overcast, fine weather prevailed, and the racing was good. The various officials worked as one man, and the secretary (Mr W. A. Kelly) had made complete arrangements for a big day. The only mishap occurred in the Steeplechase, Tack Ashore losing his rider when his chances of winning looked rosy. A complaint against the winner in the Pony Race for alleged interference with Lascelles, was heard by the stewards, but no action was taken. Particulars of gate receipts are not avail able, but it is thought that another record has been achieved in this direction. The band, under Bandmaster F. Hughes, ren dered a delightful selection of music, which added greatly to the charm of the meeting. Results.: Trial Handicap -Nat Kirk, 8.9 (Per rott), 1; Ornate, 7.11, 2; Pirateer, 8.3, 3. Other starters: Parolles 8.12, Cudgee 6.9. Betting: 2 to 1 Parol...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 16 April 1914

WHOLESOME DRINK BRACING AND REFRESHING Pleases s. 4NAEP ~~~ r[i INSURE WITH 'THE PH ENIX ASSURANCE CO, LIMITED. FOR FIRE,-: ACCIDENT, EMPLOYERSg LIABILITY, WORKERS' COMPEN :.. SATION'INSUPfANCE. iCTIVE AGENTS WANTED WHERE NOT REPRESENTED. Fall Particulars on application to.. DaLGETY c. CO LTD.i ,MELBOIRNE. (.aiaqag for JiatoriH.) MENu'sWOMEN! I Know that special diseases of men and women, when neglected or bad. Sly treated. deplete the Strength and Vigor, and matte life unbearable. I treat every disease to Cure : Kill and eradicate every Germ: Soothe and Heal the nerve centees: Subdue alt- inflammation nd: Srestore a abrmeal dondltac. Weat. Diseased- or.Dtsc?irated Men ma a?ave the benefit ofl-my -years ;of xperlenc ieFEE, and nimay depend on the strictest:Confio dence and Prlvacy. Call or Write. Mdcn . ...·Po F,?, omp?*" Medieip.e - sea Peat Fee. arePPSJ in a inraia Wrapper. Alirubl . goods aotoed., at - ;lae'e=priees... Whs,! tenOnaea to a sies. 7Tllndticra"; lavawbl , i m --To ga...

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Terribly Tempted. A SERIAL STORY BY ANNABEL GRAY. CHAPTER XII. ANTICIPATION. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 16 April 1914

~Terriblyh Tempted.I A SE iAL STORY BY A _ NABEL GRAY. ChAPTER XII. ANTICIPATION. 1'e chercher qu' un regard . ." " .Her soul.-' To beat. its wings. a hope's vain Leonard came at last to -her, after a few .days'- separation. He longed to see her. It might be but a short-' lived passion with -inim; but while it lasted it was a. very ardent one. "MIen: love strongest, women-'- long est," says the proverb, and now- earth seemed again traiisfi urecd - This separation had- but' fanned the nmutual flame; so different was: itfrom the Irrevocable parting, the 'deliberate banishment that- thrusts a woman away' into. da.rkneiss for ever-the..- parting. that is pitiless as -dealth and ias cold with all its. terror, anid nbne of- its wilderness a-id the soul shrivelledl-, lip as a scrbll. - He arrived late one. evening at Wi-i ton-place, and after . very: .kindl: greeting,. Mrs. Desart good naturedlv gathered up heer cr?n-els leaving- liiini and Lenore alone . : "You'will soon be myn- darling w...

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A PLAIN ROAD TO FORTUNE. Hew Some Secured Success. "Become a Patentee." [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 16 April 1914

'; A'-Ž:PLAIN - ROAD ,TO FORTUNE. l- : ew-- Some Secured Success.. "Become-a Patentee." i.. Cultivate and perfect your ideas as:o to improvements and .inventions. J,:,eriment. The -world is eager for souething new, whioh,, however aim 'more convenient, .or promote pleasure or'. safety, or do away with faults, or redluce- waste. The person who gets public adoption of such. an invention is, on the, -road- .to wealth. He will cease to'be a servant; he becomes a :piroprietor. S-: leople wtho handle things in every day use are the 'natural inventors of bet er--things, -and the natural capi ta!:sts of to-morrow. 2. Study the subject of parenting. Wtied the splendid advioe that Edison gdus. Learn the procedure as to pa tenting in the chief: countries, - noen secure'- your own legal monopoly c," your rights by becoming a patentee. 3. It that.workman or foreman, or your. ingenious friend has produced a cl?.: r invention, put him on the track about patents by telling him where he..can obtain ...

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LIVE STOCK AND SOIL FERTILITY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 16 April 1914

LIVE. STJCK( AlD SOIL FE at T i nrt. ihe true principle of good farming is tio ge't as large a, retu n from the land as possible, at thle smtlne time, miaintaining if not increasing, heh tfor tiliby of the soil, said. Miir i. \V.Sp':gg of iilurphiett "Vale, "m t?he course of a paper read before toe Conference of thle ills branches of the South Auis tralian Agriciutural iBieau. if all tlIe crops grown on the fari (he continued) are oarted to markei and sold, lhe farmer is selling the fer tilits of his farm, and such a System must end in depletion. To maintain its fertility he must turn his 'farm intb oa factory and change the raw -products: into milk or 'meat, the by-pi;oduitsis be. lug returned to the land as manre:, Animals are a veiy imporvtant faciorin soil making, and the farm that is.?;iell stocked has soil makers continiiually i at work muiintaiun Its fertility;- " 1;otaion;:. of rops and- -livestock systema?ically', worked are absolutely esseutial.:-.diaiin ; ang.cannot be ca...

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INDIAN CATTLE CANE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 16 April 1914

A FAe C'A'TLE CA[E. li the .liawarra dislrict, Now South "Waics, unc experiment with Indiani corn has been carried out a,, Gerringong bhy 16"." 'Tiros. ] ul'ke. .'Yin.. o'dder has hlherto been -thought oniy sui-.bie for waccrn andI hliuld climates, sucI as. tie Nor'h o(ast. In Nov' Tnher, 1910, Mr.. f;o ke obLaiuncl suiiici t . utlings for a pl?t (j0 x 30 /cc, auc n o,. nc in driils .i etLcos deep, 4 feet nr. inlle cut ?;l :: wire planted in pairs 3 feet apart. i oil il d(rills. Sne pla nuting two out tiigs lhaov been taken, and another in now recady. iie found tho cune "ic st where growthl was coinccrnced eigchi mouthls after planiting, and equally good iafter each tiuccssive ciutting. T'ho one plantnl g "s supposed to give good results o fivo years. From observations Mdr iirk" has found cattlie improve in cml- - dition when fed oil it, and taie tl ii readily, though its milk producing.qua lities are not equaIl to ma.ize or lucerne. Pigs c?t the s?aIks readily :and the' fat ten wel...

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THE RUSSIANS IN LONDON. IMMIGRANTS AND REVOLUTIONARIES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 16 April 1914

THE RUSSIANS IN LONDON. IMMIGRANTS AND REVOLUTION ARI1%. By Stephen Graham in the. "Daily Mail.") Qr. Stephiun Grahaim knows more about Iussian life and ohiaracter than any living v Englishman. h has t'a velled all over Itussia, living for Imontlhs with the peasantry as one of t1hem selves, and he has de.icribcd his adven tures int series of vivid and masterly booKs--Adventures in the Caucasus," "A Tramp's Sketches," ' Undiscovered Russia," "ha'nging R1ussia," qnd "VViuth Russian .l-ilgrims to Jerusa lem."' No?t 'infrequently .on Wednesdays .or Thursdays you may see, down ab' the docks at ,Tower Wharf or Tooley street, the disembarkation of many hundreds . of :1.uiadn peasant men and women. a; nd j W:ows nd d Jewesses out of a dimgY h Baltic steamer . SiThe Russiais are in the sheepskins; they have astrakhan caps on. i heir heads or old peak hats. They carry packs on their backs, red-paiihtd * wooden chests- under tleier-nanmsg?icker: .baske~is ii theiri hands':: They ihave' . sacks...

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RATES OF COMMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 16 April 1914

RATES OF COMMISSION. Money Orders ayable in Viotoris. Any sum not over £5, d; over 5, butnti over £10, is; over £10, but not over £15, Is 6d; over £15, but not over £20, 2s: Orders ayable in New Sonuth Wale, Queensland, South Australia, New Zeshnd Tasmania, and Western Australia.. Not over £2, e6d; not over £5, Is n; over £7, ls 6a ; not over £10, 2s; not 005 £12, 2s 6d; not over £15, 3s; not over li7 3s 6d ; not over £20, 4s. Money Orders by Tele raph, To New South Wales, Queensland, &:ti AustraJlia Tasmania, and Perth (1Westo' Australia) Charge for a message in addita to above rates. MONEY ORDERS. United Kingdom and other British P05'Uci ions or Foreign Countries, 6d ifr oeal .i end fraction of £1. POSTAL NOTES. Postal notes may be obtained at any pe, Office in Victoria. Hours of puymenti 0a,1 to Sp.m. The following are tae deonnonti0n f the notes, and the poundage, or pricee, cil for them :-is, id i s 6d, d ; s, ld;.. Id; 3s id So Gd id ; 4s. id sd , I4 Ss, id ; 7s Gd, 2d...

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PACKETS, E1 . [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 16 April 1914

PACKETS, El _Paokets may be sent through the po~t.:i Without a cover (but not fastened withlanc thing adhesive, such as gum, postage stam, sealing wax, &c.); iu a cover entirely open at one end or side (if the cover be slit, theope. ing must be of the full extent of the end-a side, and the contents must be easy of lib, drawal). The cover may bear the aendir', name and address, and the words "paoket" Ssample" or pattern," &c., as the cci may be) " only." may bo tied Ri5 string, but oficers of the department mae out the string to examine the contents, nnd tie the packet up again. Samples of e-ed, drugs, &c., which cannot be sent as oper packets, may be enclosed in bags jr bones fastened so as to be easily undone and i fastened. If addressed to places in tb United Kingdom only, they may be sent i closed transparent bags. Note-If the above conditions be not oem plied with packets are regarded an h. sufficiently paid letters; and hsged according 10 ALL THE AUSTRAL...

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POSTAL INFORMATION [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 16 April 1914

POSTAL IN E Dltiti4 10 Letters--Half ounce or under S For every ounce 0 Urgent Letters-For each Letter in 0 2 addition to ordinary postage Late fee 0 6 Letters-For every -oz or under ... 0 Post Cards-each . 2 Reply Post Cards-each .0 lj Newspapers-4ozsjd each " 0 3 Packets -Commercial and "printed papers, maximum Weight ebs, dimensions not to exceed length, Ift indepth or width, for every 2oz or fractiou thereof 0 1 Patterns and samples, packets of merchandise, &c., maximum weight llb; dimension not to exceed Zit in length, one foot in depth e? width rate of postage for every 2oz. or fractiou thereof ooks--For every 4oz or under, u 0 to 5b si .. . Newspapers-For each newspaper 00 Newspapers, magazines, and publi. - cations, not published in the Com. monwealth, 2oz. ... Post cards-- each . 1 Reply post cards-each .. 01 Letter cards-2 for ... "'... 0 1 Registration fee ... ' ...0 Parcel llb or under ... .. 03: Parcel, each extra lb or under ... 0 3

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SOLACE OF HEADING. LORD ROSEBERY'S ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 16 April 1914

. " "S J OF ,EA . j - : --I L0d1 IJSEI3ERY'S M' ADVIC ' he !all of Rosebery visited' (hclas- .' gow end tiea . present: atj the" .toyal. Technical College. to wintess the ocre meny Lof> receiving the- new . associates. In tole. course of an arddress, he said: As r bards your o; a avocations,. pro .fessions, and nandclicrafts-tat you .are going to pursue, -3-will only venture .to give you this piece of' advice --throw ail your energy and ylour pride into. eo"u caft, perfect :it and exalt :t by y'olrr de otion. _ .B y oing so you will infinitely extend youur oown talents, and you will raise your :i;hole conception of a iire devoted to the .pr0ofession which, you lhave chosen: -. :.-Itis only by unit- I iag thecse-highi id''als to the practice df life thiat any success under any" cl' cu uo,'-ance's can be attained.: Just' consider for a imbment. ..ift you .re gard your owni av ocat lnonst -a.: daily. grind, only meant to grind inone' out for youi own -supporl, it ceases to have any ...

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MOLLY [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 16 April 1914

MOLLY , (By "Vanitas.") .Molly stood at the slip-rails, 'a slim, lithe figure of a girl, the vind blowing strands of her unruly hair,. across her face. She shaded her eyes w? ith her hand, and looked expectantly along the road. ,,Father ought to be here by now," she murmured. "' iwonder. what. is I-keep?g him : kolly's father had' gone ?o &Melbourne to socure the services of a m-uch needed help. The last one, a druinen.:- idle fellow? whose idea of. work had not -co incided with that of the farner's,' ha-d, left a fortiright previously, and no lo.oa aid being aailable, 'Mr. Watson de cided to try some of the cýty agencies;. Molly was putting up the slip-rail re.uct.autly, before going :back to the house, when she noticed a cow. tryivgvg to destroy her trim pittosporum hedge. "Shoo ! she cried, clappig, her hands. The cow stopped her depreida tions, and turned two mild bovine eyes towards the .girl, but, thinking probab ly that no danger lurked in ihat quar-i ter, she commenc...

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New Railway Fares. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 16 April 1914

New Railway Vf'aresgetr, n 1st .ndn Is? -°rd Ist Port Felly to-- 3143sI?Sl Melbourne.,. 2Ss Od ISs Sd 46s1 i0d ^ Geelong .21 4d 14s 2d Sil 351 661 Ballarat . s 4d 19s Sd 49S ýd o?. Cola .. 13s Sd 9s 2.d :,s 10d ls Oamperdown 9s Sd 6s 4d 15slOJ ljOd reroan . , 4d 45 IOd 12- ' 316 W'arruambool 3.F 2d 2a d ,s-idp 11 Koroit IsSd Is 2d 2d 19 Moyne 10d 6d I1 H3amilton ... 9e od 6s 4d 1517 1d .~e R~oeebro~ok... 41 2Id 2B Od 11 Kirkstall ... Is 2d ,o 2d 14 Printed and Published ry_ ,th oleZet 0PRN EDWARD HA$ L?Y, at the ?a?-.?'ttS Sackville-streee, Port FasrY, the

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ORDINARY TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 16 April 1914

ORDINARY TELEGRAH?. Town and suburban, within pre?'e0 limits, or within fifteen miles from the eC ing station, including- address and signat' not exceeding sixteen words) 9d. additional word, 1d. . . L to, Other places wtinaiu the S:2:, LsOa fe and suburban, including address and Si' ture (not exceeding sixteen words) .?. Ear additional word, ld, to Interstate. i.e., from .anv one stattet s other state, including iaddress and si~Utg not exceeding sixteen words), h. additional word, ld. ii th On telegrams romu and to Tasmnita charges to be those mentioned above cable charges added which st the pyre5 time is jd per word. - bht Double the foregoing rates ob nds, for trausmissicn of telegrams n Christmas Day, and Good Friday, and ýr urgent telegrams. The foregoing rates are exolasive of post age charges.

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