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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1883

h^BHABBTI04L WST of ADVERTISERS ?£*?! ?; _ in this issue, BENNETT, T.f Furniture Dealer, Btisaell& Bentinck sts. BUENS, JOHN, Monumental MagOTj-£§, Busseli-street. £LS3K38NTS & MCCARTHY, Aw^rfjeeri| &e., Wiiiiam-st. COLEMAN, B., Horticulturist, &c»yiHper-r8treet. DENNIS, S., Hairdresser and Tobacconist, ^Wilijam-street. JFLANAGA^L H., Frui)ter-^fec'||^eorgc-8ta»et. HA^SAED^fciuj P4%erl|d JP^perfonger, Russell-st. JATE & FfillMAN, Oisfitters, alt,' George-street. JJE^3KINSON,^iF^hemi!stlttd Druggist, William-st. JOHNSON, W.,^g^gr, Gansmitb, &c, George-street. JONES, J. B., B^^elt&,nd Stationer, William-street. MATTHBWSjte^SON, Millers, &c, Howick-street. McIiEAN* M8i.j Private Boarding House, George-street. - MUGRIDGE BROS, Timber Merchants, &c, Russell-etreet. PAStJOBrWlptiicttoneef & Commission Agent, George-st. PAtf ft |W* |tt^5addlcr and Harness Maker, William-street. PSATBpLi, taking Powder Manufactu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1883

SpringGoods! Spring Novelties! Spring Specialities! E. 1^rJ=iJb£B «S£ CO. : ARE now receiving their deliveries of goods for the SPRING TRADE. Anticipating a- prosperous season, their orders have been unusually large, both in the English and French :::arkctk Having no surplus stoclis 1-jl'l uver from previous seasons, they are in a position to present everything that is lei, Fashionable, and Stylish. The Best Goods in the Market at the Most Reasonable Pita! Besides the stock now open and ready for inspection, we are .daily expecting packages per Shalmia, Illawarra, Sir Walter Raleigh, Pekin, Iberia, &c, &c. ' Wtats. IILLIMTnOMiY ! HL1LNERY ! ¥**m* -*$J!EKGI f ASHIONS MODIFIED TO SUIT ENGLISH MGES.9* UNTRIMMED HATS.— Amongst the newest shapes are found— Duchess of Marlboro', Mayflower, Waldeck, Olivia, Savoyard, Brisbane, Maude, Silverdale, Woodbine, Coquette, Maritana, Porcupine, and Duchess of Lancaster. Black, White Brown, Chip, and Straw. BONNETS, both simple and s...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1883

There can be very little doubt, that if England does not see her way clear to annex New Guinea at once\ it'Will bdoonteiiih^ative for some nation, in the interests of law and order, to exercise a control over the island at no distant date. The tide of white pioneer settlement is already drifting towards that large and iertue area, it tnen ioiiows, as a natural sequence, that where a mixed population of white nieii anfl natives are assembled, offences requiring punishment will be committed both by and against the natives, and a reign of lawless anarchy and violence is certain to follow, unless some jurisdiction over the inhabitants be exercised in the interests of peace and order. It will be to the interests of the natives to ba governed and protected by Great Britain ; for, in the event of Papuan labour being employed on the Queensland sugar plantations, they (the natives) well have a better guarantee of receiving fair play if they are British subjects, than they would if they were ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1883

The Home News says : — A fearful catastrophe ffas averted in the House of Lords the other evening. A Bill dealing with the Scotch repre sentative peers had passed through committee, and the u report ' was appointed for ' next week.' Up jumped the Earl of Galloway in great trepidation, and the faces of the F.arls of Roseberry and Cadogan assumed a horrified expression. 'Not next week, my Lords, not next week,'r protested the agitated nobleman. ' Why ?' innocently enquired the un sophisticated Lord Chancellor. 'Why!' repeated the Earl of Galloway in amazement, 'why? — it's Ascot week.' The argument was convincing, and the terrible blunder instantly rectified. Apropos of the education of women, and of the callings for which they are suited, it is a remarkable, fact 'that the recently opened Brooklyn Bridge, of which we have heard so much as one of -the greatest triumphs of engineering, owes its existence partly to the genius of a woman. Mrs. Washington Boebling, the wife of the great e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1883

J. T. SLACK, RUSSELL-STREET, BATHURST. ^° Wrought Iron Railings and Gates at Sydney Prices. PRINTING. THE undersigned is always happy to execute or give estimates for any kind of PRINTING. Or. WHALAN, School of Arts Buildings, Bathurst. SUCCESSOR JO^, .-? %0 ;? H. BUTT ERWORTH, Chemist and DruggiM, ' BATHURST. The largest stock of pure Drugs and Chemicals, Patent Medicines and Perfumery, &c, &c, to be found in the Western district. Country orders receive punctual attention. THOMAS RYAN, ,T WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FAMILY BUTCHER, OPPOSITE PEE6BYTE11L/LN CHURCH, GEORGE- STREET, BATHURST. Customers waited on daily. Roses! Roses! A MAGNIFICENT LOT OF NEW ROSES. ALSO, Fje^uit T\ees, Orna/vlental TREES, SHRUBS, POT PLANTS. &c.y NOW ON VIEW AND FOR SALE AT Coleman's Ferndale Nursery, UPPER PIPER-STREET, BATHURST. H. FLANAGAN, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GEORGE-STREET, BATHURST. REGULAR CONSIGNMENTS OF W OLLONG ON G BUTTER & CHEESE. All Orders promptly executed. NOTICE...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 August 1883

TfliattfcltiKDiMeF T TL? TT (] |\T T7 C*£ '^ESTABLISHED 1846.P' r' » CJU XV. CAWXNJL3uiD5 r ? J IMPORTER OF BOOKS, STATIONERY, & FANCY GOODS. NEW ALBUMS, ALL SIZES, FROM 2s. TO £7 7s. EACH. NEW PRAYER BOOKS AM) BIBLES. New WoJfkboxeS aUd Writing Desks, plain and inlaid, various prices. Ladies' Bags and Purses in leather, plush, and velvet. A choice lot of Wedding and Birthday Presents always in Stock. A splendid assortment of NEW BOOKS and CHRISTMAS CARDS to arrive early in October direct from tlio publishers. Teachers, Storekeeper, and Dealers allowed a Liberal Discount in purchasing a quantity. _ ? J. R. JONES, William-street. Bathurst. S, DENNIS, DERMATOLOGIST, While thanking the public for past favours, hopes by civility, cleanliness, and attention to business, to merit a continuance of their patronage. The Best Brands of FOREIGN TOBACCOBS always in stock. Also, a nice assortment of PIPES, CIGARS, and PERFUMERY. The Shaving Saloon Has undergone a thorough renovation. Non...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1883

A LPHABETIOAL LIST of ADVERTISERS **? , 14 this issue. BENNETT, T., Furniture Dealer, Russell & Bentinck sts. BURNS, JOHN, Monumental Mason, &c, Russell-street. CLEMENTS & MCCARTHY, Auctioneers, &c., William-st. COLEMAN, R., Horticulturist, &c., Piper-street. DENNIS, S., Hairdresser and Tobacconist, William-street. FLANAGAN, H., Fruiterer, &c., George-street. JAYB & FREEMAN, Gasfitters, &c., George-street. JENKINSON, W. F.j'Chemist and Druggist, William-st. JOHNSON, W., Engineer, Gunsmith, &c., George-street. JONES, J. R., Bookseller and Stationer, William-street. MATTHEWS, G. & SON, Millers, &c, Howick-street. MCLEAN, Mes., Private Boarding House, George-street. MUGEIDGE BROS, Timber Merchants, &c, Russell-gtreet. MtJNFORD, Mbs., Private Boarding House, Howick-st. PASCOE, W., Auctioneer k Commission Agent, George-st. PAUJj, W. H., Saddler and Harness Maker, William-street. PEATE, L., Bak...

Publication Title: Bathurst Post, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1883

MOWERS, REAPERS, & BINDERS. As the harvesting season | T IT^fill. 01T'ni\ ' * i flnTflTTTfflTTTl H T I ^S0^^ premises, they are now A I K 1 1 I I II n ft 1 fUSfeB^b j^— ffi ? ^^^^^ m a position to -? iiultllj U L 1 U lliiLj ^'^P ^BSL^^^ SHOW fotffcutoura'l **~lSS^fcMMiMiKMMPfe giving E.W.& Co. a call. DiiDrPQQ'rnMBINED 'PIONEER' REAPER AND MOWER. . BURGC.PO -OUIVI-DIINCU ???-^♦^?lT^h^.-i^^i-ifi^'iillddBrlHe. The bwrbgras all easily replaced TU. machine is constructed with double-jointed cutter ^f™^aSS no weight on the horses. There is absolutely no side , wfcn mini. The fingers are of forged mm am] steel ^he pole is peitectlj v i ^ ^ ^ mmgameatS carefully attended to. draught. The knife is made to ^^^^^^Z^^^^ for reaping. PRICE £35. r-TTT) rrQQ' i MANUAL ifOMTlTNFD REAPING & MOWING MACHINES, BUKljLbb {delivery^ luiyimi^LL/ ^^to^l^JZ^Jk^t-, **,!******» ^^^l With 5 feet cut, Right or Left handed, fitte d^ ^ef«X Si^S«^S^*oVU of the fife, which it drives by a dir...

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THE ASPHALTE [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1883

THE A8PHALTE in front of the Post and Telegraph Office, aud the Court House, has been completed some little time since. We watch it with a curious eye to see how it will stand the hot summer months. So far, we have discovered that it has been constructed with many holes or basins capable of retaining some three days' supply of water after a shower. Whether the object of these was to assist in holding the supply of the city, when the pipes are laid from the filter beds on the banks of the noble Macquarie to the holes on the hill, or, for the purpose of keeping water handy to counteract the effect of the sun on the asphalte in the hot weather now approaching, we have never been in formed. Another thing that struck us was that the escapes for the water in the centre, immediately in front of the Court House, are actually higher than the Post Office end of the path. As water won't run up hill no matter how much you may wish it, there is a rush to the Post Office verandah of a quantity wh...

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The herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1883

§foq gcraki Most people are aware of some of the particulars of the great Anderson- Fairfax trial. The Ander sons kept what they called ' a Home for Orphan and Destitute Children' at Middle Harbour, and were in the habit of soliciting aid from the public in various ways. Tradespeople were asked to send some of their wares ; manufacturers were besought to supply articles of their construction; private individuals were requested to give something — generally cash. Some people residing here may remember Mrs. Anderson's visit to the Bathurst Juvenile Exhibition, during which time she made good use of her ' collecting ' powers. Now, all these people listened to the stories and pleadings, and many gave freely to, what they considered, a charitable cause. Nothing daunted, the Andersons approached that mighty, organ,, the Sydney Morning Herald, and, no doubt, expected some assistance from it. Getting none from the first request, or the second, it appears that they made repeated sorties on t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1883

?£V-'J^5^'^ . . ' v ??':?''-.' 'r' ??'?.'.???.?'?? x-. ?- ?*':;-.«-v^ ?????.-'?. ? ? ' ? v v (v . ? ??, ? -???-, -??.-??.. v' ?? . '??'. ?: ?' ' ,, . - -«-.**« - -^— - „, ? — ™«w^i»-'« r f DESIBE TO DRAW #TTB3|t|d»1^ fHElfi It I ! ; ?; ? -^ 'l^:: ''large an d varied assortment j ** « i ,r I ? t WHIJOH wTfelliSin' fetJtfiiT THE ItdsT COMHJTE OtJt OF StflSrf^ElNG EEPL^S^?fi|p ALIil^1^^^ REQt?M*E FOR THB I i^uv i €AIPENTER AND BUILDER. I %& following list comprwaes a few of the Articles kept in stock, including both English and American Manufacture : I Moseley's Smoething, Jack, and Trying Planes | Bead Planes, Rabbit , Planes, Plough Planes, Sash Fillisters, Hollow and Rounds, &c. ; American Paten£ Adjustftjjlc Dado, Filluiter, and Plough Planes ; Iron Block Plahcs ; gfflfW$hinf &| Jiwk Planes ; Adjustable Circular Planes ; Iron, Box, ana Beccawooa Spokeshaves ; Plain, Plated, and Plated and screwed Chamfer Shaves; Routers; Hand, Panel, and Rip Saws; Compass, T...

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THE BATHURST SCHOOL OF ARTS [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1883

THE BATHURST SCHOOL OF ARTS appears to be the place to get good things. We understand that the committee are getting up fort nightly or monthly entertainments, and that the first takes olace on Tuesdav, the 18th inst., commencing at eight o'clock, and to end by 9.80 ; thus giving a fine opportunity for the younger members of families to get out, have a pleasant evening, ani get home early. Some of the very best local talent has been secured for the affair, and as all are working with a will, we feel convinced the first will be a great success. The prices are Is. for gallery, and children half-price ; the pit and body of the hall, 6d. all round. Popular prices, clever and good performers with a kindly and, we trust, large audience, everything will be most successful. It is many a day since so cheap an entertainment was given in Bathurst ; therefore let all seize the opportunity of attending. The chances are that ' crowded out ' will be the order of the evening ; hence early goers wil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1883

To be the MOST PEMp3K^jrfiB|l|L&p^WIN^: ffAfGffiptm ttafor Jto* ofe portion ®f her Majesty's dominions. It is the SIMPLEST IN CONSTRUCTION, yet the Most Efficient in Practice ; the Easiest to Learn ; Easiest to Work ; EASIEST TO KEEP IN, ORDER. Pre-eminent advantages over the old style Underfeed Machines, as the effect of the Vertical is tliat ALL WOEK can be FINISHED at ONE OPERATION, while a Variety For Quality of Workmanship, Finim} 3fwabmfyfym- Completeness ofk&kcM, ^£&1.B^^|[§ STANDS UNRIVALLED! Sent, on Time-payments, to any part of the (rto^f^l^^^ftEISlbfaeTpoifed FREE. Unlimited Instruction GRATIS I -r:;;; ?-..;,.; ?..;., .:.-.. ,,.- ? .. 674; GE3RGE STRJE7V GYDISIEY. ' . : : :\ ',-* I ^r.-^-.'''' '? ' fc^ ittfflB- ?&- CO., Sole AaBFTs wRBifHliiS ' ? WRAQON FIRE KIN BtEr?S. i .' ; . ** i®' ASK I'OUU GROCER FOB, THEM, AlTi) TAKE NO OTHER KlkD. . Price: 4d. a Packet, cojitaining. one dozen, SOLD EVERYWHERE. or coffee will find that one cake alon...

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HOW TO KEEP IN GOOD HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1883

HOW TO KEEP IN GOOD HEALTH. Always keep cool and collected. Therefore buy well, and always be pleased. 'After dinner, sit a while, after supper walk a mile.' Never wear tight-fitted boote, or von will omit the latter. ' An apple going to bed will make a doctor bake his bread.' This is what ' t/tey say.' If true, all our doctors would be bakers. The bakers could easily become 'would-be bootmakers.11 Then the price of bread would come down to Id. j-er loaf. Be coNTENtED at all times. If one girl won't have you, try again j but if no go, have a shot at another. ' How happy could I be with either,' says John. Have a new suit from Webb's made to order for 57s. 6d., cheap and durable. You will be contented for three months 1 Read good matter, with occasional bits from the Bathurst Poet. A good laugh at dinner-time is not bad. Hence keep Bathurst Post handy. Try a few jokes ! Asr evergreen. A man who does not learn by experience. A smart American girl calls a young fellow of her acquaintan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1883

; a. d. W in jars ? 2 7$f- ft APSN, prime dried ? 0 9£ £n$m)ot ? 0 8 „ Balang Powder, Waugh's ? 1 6 „ garley, Pearl ? 0 34 „ Jjaeking, Day & Martin's ? 0 4£ ^ bot. Blacking, Paste, best ? 0 6 f-doz. Biscuits, Cabin ? 0 4^ lb Biscuits, Water ? 0 5£ „ gwciiits, picnics ? 0 6£ „ gjscults, thin Cabin ? 0 6| „ Biscuits — Exhibition, You Yangs, Coffee & Arrowroot .08 „ Butter, salt, Al quality ? 1 6 „ 8. d. Canary Seed, 4d. per lb, 141b lots, 3* y ft Candles, 5-Medal, full weights 0 10£ „ Candles, Moulds ? 0 6,, Chocolate, best soluble ? 1 6 „ Cloves, best ground ? 2 3,, Cigars, very good, 50 in box... B 6y box Cocoa, Taylor's ? 1 7£ f ft Cocoatina, best ? 1 1\ „ Coffee, pure, fresh ground ...1 9£ „ Corn, for not less than 1 bag . 3 7 bushel Com Flour ? 0 6 ^ ft Carraway Seeds ? 0 1\ „ Currants, very prime ? 0 6 „ Epsom Salts — 112 packets ... 2 3 y box s. d. Figs in 1-ft boxes ? t ? 1 If* box Groats, Robinson's ? 0 9^f tin Herrings, best fresh ? 0 8 „ Hops ? 3 O^p-lb Jams...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1883

]OTHBliskfil)ta46.| _§ f*| Jl 1 |V| PV| J*^ ViBJBD mf* IMPORTER OF BOOKS, STATIONERY, & FANCY GOODS. NEW ALBUMS, ALL SIZES, FROM 2s. TO £7 7s. EACH. NEW PRAYER BOOKS AND BIBLES. New Workboxes and Writing Desks, plain and inlaid, various prices. Ladies' Bags and Purses in leather, plush, and velvet. A choice lot of Weddin*- and Birthday Presents always in Stock. A splendid assortment of NEW BOOKS and CHRISTMAS CARDS to arrive early in October direct from the publishers. Teachers, Storekeeper, and Dealers allowed a Liberal Discount in purchasing a quantity. vr\n J. R. JOJSES, William-streeL Bflf.hurAf-. S. DENNIS, DERMATOLOGIST, WHILE thanking the public for past favours, liopes by civility, cleanliness, and attention to business, to merit a continuance of their patronage. The Best Brands of FOREIGN TOBACCOES always in stock. Also, a nice assortment of PIPES, CIGARS, and PBBFUMERY. The Shaving Saloon Has undergone a thorough renovation. None but com petent hands engaged. ^ PRI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 September 1883

EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATION For VISITOESor RESIDENTS at CLEAR VIEW HOUSE, Howiok and Bentinok streets, ? STABLING if required. CHARGES moderate. ? MRS. MUNFORD. I. F. MUSH, SUCCESSOR TO ' H. BUTTERWORTH, Chemist and Druggist \ ' BATHURST. Phe largest stock of pure Drugs and Chemicals, Patent Medicines and Perfumery, &c, &c, to be found in the Western district. Country orders reoeive punotual attention. THOMAS RYAN, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FAMILY BUTCHER, OPPOSITE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, GEORGE-STREET, BATHURST. Customers waited on daily. Roses ! Roses ! A. MAGNIFICENT LOT OF NEW ROSES. ALSO, Fi\uit Tr\EES, Ornamental TREES, SHRUBS, POT PLANTS, &c, NOW ON VIEW AND FOR SALE AT Cohan's Ferndale Nursery, UPPER PI PER- STREET, UATHUKST. H. FLANAGAN, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GEORGE-STREET, BATHURST. REGULAR CONSIGNMENTS OF WOLLONGONG BUTTER & CHEESE. All Orders promptly executed. N OTI CE. The Bathurst Post Is published on the 15th of every month ; it has a large circula...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 October 1883

We have seen some extraordinary weights of wool published in the papers lately. Bathurst is not far behind the best yet published. We saw some fleeces a few $0$ $}ti$} fjrjpm a small flock of stud sheep at Hathjftft jtjf j fjijfoperty of the Hon. E. AVebb. Jfttms cut 18lf)j».; 15lbs. 4ojs., and 131bs. There were four rams o.ji|}% $n,d are not the pick from hundreds. Uut of 2j() V^p, gtojjifc cut 15£lbs., 12Jlbs., 12Jlbs., }2£U?S.} ftftfl j|f |l-s., and one ewe hogget cut the enor mous weight of } 4 Jibs. The small stud consists of — 20 efcvfjs, ty?c»j by G. H. Cox, Esq., Mudgee. 2 (BWjeity fptyp Merino, Tnsmnniau luvd. \ r#»i fa do »] ||at.!kurgt;^j(l rams, hoggets. it do ewe hoggots. 41 The aypr/jge weight of wool was 11 lbs. lOoz. These skeie|) fj&ve been kept on natural grasses, and have &njb ipjn store fed. They have had no chance of i making their wool dirty or sandy, hence the weights are for wool almost free from dust, &c.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 October 1883

^ GRAN D BAZAAR. v ?'in aid of the ** ** :^ BATHURST SCHOOL OF ARTS HALL FUND WILL B# HELD ON November 7th, 8th, 9th, and 10th, IN THE HALL ofTHE INSTITUTE. First Day. — Opeli from 2 p.m. till.fe p.m., and from 7 p.m. till 10 p.m. Subsequent days, 12 (noon) to ? 6 p.m., ami from 7 to 10 p.m. Admission, Onte Shilling. Children, Half-price. Afternoon, Pianoforte itotionn, Evening* Batliurst Band, Special Excursion Fares Are almost sure to be granted to travellers by jtrain ; hence, look out and make ready for a good holiday in Bathurst during the Four Grand Festive Days !

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 October 1883

^liPHABETIOAL LIST of ADVERTISERS *^% in this issue* BENNETT, T., Furniture Dealer, Busscll & Bentinck sts. BUBN8, JOHN, Monumental Mason, &c, Bussell-street. CLEMENTS & MCCARTHY, Auctioneers, &c., William-st. COLEMAN, B., Horticulturist, &c., Piper-street, FLANAGAN, H., Fruiterer, &c., Georg^Btreet. JENKINSON, W. FM Chemist and DruggisWViHiam-et. JONES, J, B., Bookseller and Stationer, Wiflftn-street. Mi&THEWS, €L & 4G8, Mittera, &o., Howick-street MoLEAN, Mb% PrfvaJedJoarding House, George-street. MORRIS'S BYE OINTMENT, Brighton, Melbourne. MUGKIDGE BEOS, Timber Merchants, &c., Russell-street. MUNFOBD, If bb,, Private Boarding House, Howick-st PASCOB, W,, Auctioneer & Commission Agent, G-eorge-st. PAUL, W. H., Saddler and Harness Maker, William-street. PBATE, L., Baking Powder Manufacturer, George-street. RYAN, J. P., Wholesale & Retail Butcher, William-street. RYAN, T., Wholesale and R...

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