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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 February 1889

I M. HEFFEBNAN, BOOT WAREHOUSf; MITTAGONG. ? A Large and Well*eelected fiteok of Ladies' and Ciiilta's M and ta, 'Whiob re- rMQarkable for Excnlleboe and Che^btt^ being mahufactared by some of th« Best-known Mekrfs. ^ - FASHIilABLE AID HB8T4LI88 AEIll^flf^^ WOIS iADB TO OKDEB. ?. .:?_:- ii Oood Make and P«rfeofri(t'-6W«ntMid. ?l..: ?: : : 'T'S8s»- ' mo. WfilSKT. H.F.S. :;. Ohemtet and Siixgeoix Dentist, HAS AC AIN , B&8CTUGD PE^JIIPE AT HIS NEW PEEMISE : . MITTA-30y(fc - TI lud^fiJtom y ^n' ouperiimoe is. tbis-distriot, ljidma to bave a aalqr knowledse of tlie id annoyanoB to the TBs s;amiubs, [?] [?] IS WELL WORTH INSPECTION WmW B0» : SSa«F' Copy, 'Exercise, trnd Memo Books. Transfers. Transparent Slates. Birthday Oards Giisiic itiiDS, cum Jimsors cem paist. pafek bddebs. Pen Knives. . 8cbool Sponges. Sealing Wax. TiikstendB. Toy Books and Blocks CHOICE PH0T00E4PHIC VIEWS. CAMEL HAIR PEUCILS. Portfolios. Music Books. Stove Screens. Scent Bottles. And numerous other lines Pa...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 February 1889

I Unreserved Clearing: Sale. Expiration of Lease. Superior Dairy Herd, Young Cattle, Bulls, Horses, Farm Im plements, DairyUtensils, House hold Furniture, etc. SALE DAY : Tuesday, 26tli February. Hayter, Graham. & Moses HAVE been favoured with instructions from Tbomas Brandon, Esq., (o sell by auction, at his residence, Rosgoll, Robertson, on above date, 66 Grand Dairy Cows, in full pro6t 1 neuers, is moiiuis oiu 25 Poddies (good sorts) 2 Young Bnlls (one of which was bred by Mr. Dudgeon) 1 Draught Harness Mare (guaranteed staunch) 1 Draught Harness Mare, with Muir Lad Foal at fort 1 YeartingColt by Prince Thrasher 2 Three-year old Lord Clifton colts (qniet in .- harness) . Farm Implements, 2 Ploughs, Harrow, Tip Cart Haroecs, Spring Cart and Harness, Buggy and Ham ees, 1 Saddle and 1 Side-saddle; also . About . 40 bushsls Eve Grass Daiix UteMils, ft Barrel Churns, Stove, number of Milk Di»h«. good Bntter Trough, Kegs, MilJk ' Cam, 'Mo. ? l£onsebold Furniture, 2 Double Bedst...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Lecture at Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1889

Lpetqre ftt Bqbertson. On Saturday evening the IQth inst,, Mr, Angus Mackay, F.C.S., delivered a lecture in the School of Arte, talcing for hia subject—' Our Australian Soils : their relation to the indigeqOliU vegetation for gracing afld farming.' The att^ndanpe was very eni^l Saturday geeming tqbfi «| unsuitable evening to dr»w ft Bftftd au^jeijge, tl|qugb we sbouldliave tliouglit the eubjeot waa of auDhi Im portance to the majority of the people of this dii trict that very few wodld have been absent. Mr. W. R. Hindmaruh, jun. (the President of the School of Arts) having taken the chair, briefly in troduced the lecturer. Uf. Uaoksy Sfticj that he considered this subipot one of the uioat Uft^reetfng qf ibg ty)iny if hich' I)e had tr^teq, ' ^qd tliift alqoe ^'u at Bolferteoq last he had completed the analysis of the sqilgqf thje'ijiatrict, ^disgran)'of whlcl) he then hung up befqro tlifin), eljoifina ^e 'quantify of the various substances coutaluecTiu 10Q parks ' df volcanic (Robert...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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The Influence of Current Literature upon the Christian Church [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1889

The Inflnence of Cnrrent Xiterature I upon the Christian, Church. A papeb used by the Rev. B. Jennings, of Moss Vale, at a meeting of the Ministers' Union of die Berrima District, held at St. Jnde's Parsonage, Bowral, on 18th inst : — (Publishod by request of the Ministers' Union ) Perhaps the most conspicuous feature of our age is its literature. It is without doubt the age of books and newspapers. F.verv aire has had its thinkers and writers — men who have led and governed the public mind, but in none have they been so prolific; and numerous as in this. There is, perhaps, not a line of thought or research, an object, or a topic that has been left untouched by the bookwriters of the world — Nothing, not even the influence of the pulpit, has so much to do with the formation of individual and national character as the stream of literature continually pouring from the Press. Nothing will more fully and truly reflect tho charac ter of a man than the character of the books he habitually...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1889

,'iiowcB.; ? I BEG to Upria die pnblio that I have taken over bhp Baking Bastaeas latcly carried on by Mr. W. G. ,^I^Midey. aoa so spccessfaflj carried ,on by my father for a number of yean, and pop^ o y tion to' business and keepmg yiw article to obtain «.falr abare of the pnWie patronage. j. w+ mmm, — Baker and Conpbctioneb.— WTTAGONG. PEisrriro. CHEAP, QUICK, TABTT; At the UAXL Prtating Woriu,iHtta«oo«' WrBii^wls, ndimtN QlranioridlGliaM ofWioHciB Wont, ? Brick, ior Stone. ???'? Gwd vy»»tk ^ gjla^. ^ -5 Mo. t-'i: [?] ? TK*ii«aMaiilgtitjthsl ^ - y«w,'J-eg»ti- '' -p§ -willl^ll w - 1 ' for hi! fether-tbb ooiMl(indS^it'%WSnlto' ' ' - * - .V. , I!. Oood*«f . - ! , . -.iu --f Ttn ? mm/hi T H E' O LDi S aOP' ' M&in'8treet, 11 fflH E.BO W3R AL PB'aB.iP'ataiSS 'JU' ispnblulikl1 . ' ? rvrky wedneSdxV 'iWo' ^AVcrKDAt V ? MMDW Its' oliiet ?6a.taK« OjnCuni,' ' attention' to .looal / and the indd(»meh'te'sfror3^'Ln^' tSitieto' time for lh'«^ntnbution6|.ifiri^I^oi^ articles and dfferiti...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1889

PUBLIC ATTENTION ~ Is invited to the following important facts : H. COLEMAN 1 (Purveyor to His Excellency Lord Carrington) ^ OF WEST END STORES, Moss Vale and Sutton Forest , IS MAKING REDUCTIONS in all CLASSES OF GOODS FQItCASH. Giocery. Drapery, Iron mongery, €rockery, Boots, etc., ! And with a view to 1 CLEARING OUT SUMMER DRAPERY | is now allowing a 1 Special Discount of 5 per cent., On Youths' and Gents' Clothing and Genctal Drapery. He is also offering a lot of Remnants much below regular lines. Make an early call and secure some of the OEi\UIi\E BARGAINS AT H. COLEMAN'S WEST END STORES, Moss Vale and Sutton Forest Mrs. W. Or. Alexander HAS opened in Brazcnall's Huildinga, Mitta gong, a Refreshment Shop, where Pastry Confectionery, Tea, Coffee, Lemonade, etc., can always be obtained. There is nlso a department for the sale of Fanev Goods. Mrs. Alexander hopes by civility and attention to business to merit u share of the patronage of tlie public. DANCING. DANCING. A SELECT QUAD...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Moss Vale Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1889

: :lioai Vale Kotes. Mavv residents at present Boil over — not wia«initMwit-wft''*T'-- .nK.r*;TrtH -tMAa6h,«SSti ?m'^^g.'|WvidW'ffct,;t^ tbat have tor years Some, tlie weight of .'the FoheSt«nd Moei ViUe reridenta-i*'-' / 'Mr. Ikftmehttg^ha Hitttrtiedfitftii 'Jiisholi- -We. W glid:^tM^l»i«* J&T- JKOrahani , afte^ fais^dmt attlaok'af Ei»^i«h^oJera,iB aboutas nsual and''WM^'AS¥Y^V.riT,v r . What jrfSs ^mljs' fiie iaVfiKteamid tlie I;

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Coming Shows. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1889

Coining Shows. Kangaroo Valley A. and H. Aasociutiou — Feb- ruary 3stb utid March Int. Robertson Agricultural Society — (itb and 7tli Mvcli. liowral Horticultural and Industrial Society — Murcli 13Ui, 14th, and loth. Rurriina District A. H. uud I. Society — 20th, Slat, uud 22nd March. MitUgoug and District Horticultural Society— 10th und 1 1th April.

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Mittagong Police Court. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25TH, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1889

Hlttagong Police Conrt Mondav, FEBhOABi' SStn, 1889. Before Messh3;'F. R. Wilshire, P.M., H:, Childs and A. Girard, J's.P. .' \ Senior-Sergeant Fowler appeared for Clieij police. ' William Fitzpatrick, on bail, was charged witli thatlie did on' February '9th falsely and deceitfully persbnate one William Fitz patrick, of Burradoo-street, Bowral, bjf. voting at the Mittagong polling booth for the election of members of - the Legislative Assem bly; before E. G. Larkin, a duly ap pointea presiding otneer tor the; said oootn, iu the natne and qualification of1 the fore said William Fitzpatrick, of Burradoo-street, Bowral. - F. Fowler, Senior-sergeant of Policfe, being sworn, the follpwing ievidence -wiich he gave on Thursday last ivas rM/3 over . £o him ; — Am Senior-Sergeant of Police: sta tioned at Berrima ; this irtftiiing, 2lBt, aji-, preliended defendant in Main-street, . Mftta gong ; tp|d hiita l had a Varrant,'nnd at the , police station read It lo him'; ' in' reply' Be said ' Yes...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1889

Auction Hales. I HAYTEK, (iRAHAM, AN1- MOSES. On Tuesdayi Fob. 2(5, -Mr. Tho-. Brandon's Giund Dairy Herd, borne*, etc. On Thursday, March 14, 4,ri head of Grand Dairy ] Cows in full milk, the property of Me^rs. II. uud i J. Oxley. ! At Burrowing Yards, on Saturday, March 2, springing Heifers and young cattle. On Saturday, 2nd March, at the Com mercial Hotel, Burrs wang, 140 acre# 3 roods first class laud, the property ot' Mr. Alfred Gardiner. On Monday, 4th March, Mr. Wood's well known farm, comprising Lots 1, *2, aud 4 of the Comcrton Fork Estate. JOHN G. MORRIS. On Saturday, March 2— Choice Building Sites at Mittagoug. SIKVKUS AND GREEN. (In conjunction with J. G. Moms.) /L. Qdi Mnrrli Town and Slllilir ban Allotments, at Colo Vale Township. j JOHN STEWART I On Tuesday, Maidil2th, Mr. Joseph McAndrew.' com b, J'ouiik stock, etc. On Friday, 15th March, 127 acres laml 60 brad of cattle, furniture, etc., tlio property of Mr. F. J. Dowse. E. H. BADUBRV. On Monday, 4th March, ntlhe Sl...

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Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1889

,T ? ? Vblicrteon. ; On Thursday Inst tlie execbtivb oblnmittei pf rthe Agricultural Society! held n spn&ial meeting in the Scliool of iArts, the President (Ml'. T. Seery, J.P.)iin the chair, there lieiiig also ;preseait— Messrs.: Wi R, i Hindniarsh; Marshal, J. ^. Armstrong, Tlios. Jones, {Joseph Williams,' M. Bnooker, 'Hugh Johnston, J. Bell, J. Timms, R. McGvilly, and ' the i boil, secretary (A, E, Cordcaux). .Various matters oonuccted with thefortl) coraing show were discussed at ieneth. it being Tesolved that judges aud stewards lun cheon be guartuiteed for 80 at 3s Od per head j that Mr,.Q, Ring ' be'nppointed ticket seller, and Messi*. O, -Wlilte and Higgs lie gatekeepers. It wasialsoresolxfid tliat for ths-conrepiencejof . JxhiliitorsA-respo.-.sible persou |be in change pf ,^he building during tl)e.' night yivvioHs .tb tlie jbo'f, , so that qlrUcles to shqWj .Jn tlje liuild}|ig pould be brouglit at aiiy hour during, .the night, and it jkhppea 'ttyt ejjhibitprs :would...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1889

IN MEMOKIAM Jy fond and loving remembrance of our dear son John, w|»o died in the Sjduey Hospital, of typhoid fever. February 2Cth, 1888, Btfed lo years aud II months, after ten day's illucas. Hia weary eyes are closed in death, j His earthly trial* are o'er, . Though sadly niiwed we can truly say Not lost but gone Ikffore. A'Iab how soon his lif»* was o'er, How transient was his stay, Just like a wave upon the shore Our dear son jwssed away. ^ Inserted by his sorrowing parents, J. and h. DonaldMOB) Joftdja Creek* ? ? THE SOUTHERN Mil ' tuesday| 'February aC im.

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Benefit Concert at Bowral. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1889

Benefit Conccrt at Bowral. I The concert'given by the Bowral Pliilhar monic Society^ in aid of Mr. W. J. Osborne, came off on Friday evening. The affair liad been well advertised, and as a very universal feeling of sympathy was expressed regarding the cause, a well-filled bouse was the out come. In commenting upon this concert it is perhapBOtir duty to say tlie society is not as successful in presenting, a programme of varied iteniB as it is dn rendering a enntata. Thi& sounds sp.mewhat anbmalpus consider ing exactly the same material is employed, but the disposition of jt is different, and moreover' ^e fe coh^ipiw of t lack of good inslruinenial'solo^ -^^Ifii^iinUiemMfes a power. Howevdr, . all things, considered, the concert WM a credit to the promoters, apt! loO'Uiupli prajBe cannot be accorded to the Undl^ gejierote spirit thab animated it. Tlio Mayor filled the pbst of chairman in an fiTjE(Mpt~,«iiinio^. 35eFore -t^onndSS'tte' jj|Stfl.uinl»rfce ioforiiji-d y,e audiepce ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1889

, In a list of nominees to the Legislative Council issued lust Friday we notice the name of Mr. H. E. Kator, of Moss Vale. Mr. David Buclianaii is also to lie made an M.L.C. . „ Rev. K.Jennings' paper on 'Tnc influ ence of the current literature upon the Christian Church' will be found 011 our fourth page, nlso report of Mr. Mackay's lecture at Mouercsou. A FitKsii supply of Henry George's Work, » Protection or Freelrade,' at the bout lieni Mail Office. Piice Is 3d., or Is Gd pouted, ' Jonv Bauot has made application to bring tlie land iiereunder described under the pro visions of the Ileal Property Act East lJowral, 3 hci-ps 0 roods 22] perches in Queeji-sti-eet, — comprises lots 12 and 13 of Shepherd's subdivision, adjoining properties of W. T. Angus and J. Clayton. A CASK of a man in the last stage of con ? ? m,- miii) n'ho is really in very needy circuinstAiices, has lieon repoi-tol to us. He is living in a hut with two of llis phildren at the top of tlifi hill at Joadja* and fc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1889

WW* TO LET. — A.Lai^e Room, lately itsed as Band : Room. Apply:H. W. Edwards/ 'Mittagbng TO LET— Shop And Dwolilng, Main-street, Mit tagong.— Apply, 'Thomas Vilas, Mitfcagmig. BICYCLE For Sale— 50-inch Singers, nickel plated, in nerfept .order \ £8 j a bargain. Dawson Bbos., Ifittagong. ; - - WANTED, by a Riespectablo Young Mau, auy kind of /crpnloyment iu spare time near MittftgODg QrBqwrf4, Addrew H. J. Jesaup, care of.Mra. Jacobs, MittAgcmg. \V 7 ANTED a CoOk And Laundress, orGenetal ~Af\— Servant, also a HouBeuiaid ; rafcrenueB re quired. Apply Mbfl. CoauKAtrx, Bendooley, Ber rima, TO LET. -DAIRY FARMS, belonging to Mr. Barbour, near Mittagoug, Colo, and Hill Top, oontaiuine 300 acres, 500 acres, 600 and 900 aci«s. Apply John Wright, Mittagong. MISS PROTHEROE wishes respectfully to in lorm the ladies of Mittagong thstsbc is opening put a gi«at variety of Homespuns for winter wear | afio La«Ue^ and Children^ Under clothing, and has n;ade ^ careful selection of Fashionable Goods f...

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Service of Song, Mittagong. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1889

Service or Sons. Miuasoiiir. Os Friday last a service of song «btitled ' Christies Old Organ ' was given in the Cliurch of England Schoolroom. Forsoraetinre past Miss White has been engaged training a juvenile 'choir of some 14 or 15 girls to sing the choruses in the above service, and it was hoped that the result would be a substantial ts. ti.o ^ V..O W organ for the Sunday School. The Rev. F. C. Williams acted as chairman and briefly stated the object, after which the Bev. J. Dark commenced to read the story of Christie's old organ, whilst very frequently . the choir prevented any monotony by their nice singing of Die 1 7 hymns and choruses with which the tervice abounds. We forgot to say the walls of the schoolroom were prettily decorated with green leaves and garden flowers. Tlie service was interesting, and whilst the story in parts was sad, it was made profitable by the pure gospel message it was designed to convey. At the close the Rev. F. C. Williams expressed the pleasure i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1889

T^OR Birthdaiy . Cards try the Southern -? JP' uailOffioe.' ? * ''.: T''. , : . ..^ .

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"Natalie." CHAPTER 2ND.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1889

? - 'HataJiB,'' [BYA.Y.E.A.] I CHAPyPRSMD.— (CosnKTED.) 'f.O-rp nevet ktowft ' Natalie echoed Jarily,' buipiwdidW, I ;hsye * g^^ayfirsipp *° jiie*- j^p^pns of, -irt«fe. 'Ttaypppreas om,: --nei «nuio| j^wayp to find oqt their weatt ? ' ''TOlbfe^Wwjroii, V prB^w:^^^^t.}M^-Djl|uigrju|dd»noe I dotft wish to be Der '^?''ao^ra^i«]^iw^tteM/.ghwr. fen I W^^pnHjre ^ave^lways - wiw ,fcai mfe in- they were audacious enough to ex ffsS2S««s,*r1Jr?s.-:; !?:- ter,- '. , : staitbe-tibM^^ h^l^mr ja^ to .face.? Left*' Widower; Mooe hid fotmtl.agpefl jSpjMt^hitoin his juJ MirfA^A oAn' 'Andrew t)nnlwf. w}m had, ;' li^eda^ '?OhA- ^w»ifmuihmMlrom top to toe.. , And: ?. afl ^erlitest : 'rt^HBaB^i^^ia^.i^wiBW^ m ^apj^W^cora-j ... dpte :^M'^,j^#|j)iur.,,i The jw»ll» of ^A]ibjni(7 Vp'^ ?W'??**' with pjotureaof U16 . 1 ,''P.' CT*'B'j fofl nideboards . shone ;:%UMj^i|n)ibr Qe, JtenMarie^&paes ; ' ^»lt^:*,lrr !.' deaer/ws j that; nowhere in. .' . £mI '^fyWit^th .™yp foe r*'et* in thin, oasis ~ ibr^^,-|n...

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Goulburn Wholesale Prices Current. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1889

Goulburn Wholesale Prioes Current. I WBBAT, 4b Gd per buihel ; dqbAbaI Hour, fine, £13 to £14 per too Bnn, Is to Is Id per btubel I'olUrd, is Id to U SdperlMuhol Bread, Sjd i«er 2-lb loal llsitt, 3a 9a to U per bbshel Btrlev, 3s Od 4631 fid-per bushel Oats, as ta£a 6d per buah*l . ? IUy,£4itata.£0per*tti' V Straw, £3 to £4 per tan-' v- . Butter, facte ry, Is Oil ; hand-made, 8d to lOd iter lb OtMOK, district, 4d toOd : nunc coming in Bacon, od per lu., in ijooa demand Carv-ase Fork, 2d to 8a per lb Kgt,'*, Is to Is Sd per dozen 1'otAUx*, £A 10s. to £0 per ton . VmL Cattle, 80a to «U per 1001b 8torv Cattle, bullueks, *3 l&s t-» £4 15k; cows, £2 15d to £3 f-s Fat Wethers (shutn), bs Od to 10s Ud Store Wethem, ta Od to to -3d Ueof (retail), 3d to 4d iter lb Mutton (retail). 2d to 3d per lb Tallow, £16 to £18 per bin Wattle Bark, £3 to £4 ; nominal Hides, 6s to lis each, or Sd to 3d lb Khteptikins, 3£dto4|d per lb Mamiipial bluns : Kangaroo, 12a to 24m per dozen ; wallaby, 3s li...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 26 February 1889

' W. o. TAfiEBE, ; PSIPCAL WATCHMAKER, '5 UTIAeOKQ. EngUeh,.Torf4inil And IChnnoenph Stop Watches . i (InlfaUy .repaired udkbounitely timed. , . . Fint-clut «:«^ninahip caanuitBed. 1 moderatkTcharges. . A'weU«aurted stock of Jewellery on hand. Prait Trees. Fruit. Trees. ALL KINDS OP FROTT k ORNAMENTAL TREES AT liOWBBT POSSIBLE PRICES. AUo a . . LAB0E;QUANT1TY. OF BULBS, CpDsUttng ol Hyacinth., Lily »i the yaUey, and other kinat. Oardeni Laid Oat and Kept in Order. BongBong^treet, Bowrel Cr. Fleming, BULLDEft ANP .CONXKACXOK, 1 istation«treeti Bowral, 'TJBOStoiKrtiiTtbaf he hi* removed U« Worlf ?S3 .hoti'W thib«6' Autecfatrtlattd oariUBodlott. Kreml*ii*t Uwr «ar!of .CAWBELL-aod CO.'S BtoKlrtdf qooupU-4 hy;R. Abkfo and Co-1 whe«» he'tttaable&nmpw.Ut Mtrw;VfuMve^ db nrlpUon of Caipenti™; and 'JotiwnT'Wprk of a ?aperlor qudityat* rtewnable prM. Havini bM iutpohitod Agent tor tiowr&l nl diiSotfor fftr^ON WO/Sl, LXMITED, he is In a pod&ni to anpply all klndt of Bui...

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