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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 22 October 1892

NEWSiAND NOTES. M Lr James Davis, the popular and: well-known photographer, is amongst, us, and is, as usual, busy at work. Portraits will be taken at the Instan taneous Portrait Studio, near 'the': Sunbury Acw? Office, daily, for another week in any weather, by the above-named gentleman, and we have no doubt as to his patrons obtaining every. satisfaction. As will be seen in our" business columns Mr Davis takes photos instantaneously. and at Melbourne prices. There are sonime splendid samples of his artistic workimanship on view in the window: of Mr 13oardiuan's shop,, which should be inspected by? local ireidents. who require their photographs taken. .The: studio should be well patronised by'": parents who have voung children, as i they may not be fiivoured with another such opportunity for snome time to come. The annual Licensing Court for. the licensing districts of Sunbury, Gisborne, and Riddell's Creek;, will be held at the local court-house at 10Ui a.n. on Decemiber 13th. " T...

Publication Title: Sunbury News
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The Sunbury News. Be Just and Fear not. SUNBURY, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 22, 1892. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 22 October 1892

Be lust and Fear no!. SUNBURY, SATURDAY. OcToaxn 22, 1892. Az hour-and-a-half was dwindled away ,at the Bulla Shire Council on. Thurs day, anent the Jackson-street, road, historically known as " The White Elephant. " The engineer passed the road some time after it was finished, but at the meeting of council on the 6th inst, OCr Lo~eman took objection to the contractoi's.:- final payment, which amounted to £32/9/7, on the ground that. the road iwas unfinished, as ',there were a number .of largestones irequired shifting andt other'defects.?. It was -decided then for coiuniillors, as a body, to inspect the work and report at Tlhursday's ineeting., Ors Gellie and. Loemari held out strongly that -ithei contract. had not been completed 4to satisfaction, wlhile :Cr" McAeiuliffe conffidentially told . members he would ,.not have 'passed tie road in :its piesent stato.e- .r?r Starkkie4;undertooki tqi say. it. required° veryt little? doiii- to it?t-o nieetr the r.quiremeints .of the . specifi...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 29 October 1892

S EWS ANt .NOTES. William MclKay was tried at the rhlninital sittings of the Slpreime t'(oit!, 31,llurtne, on Tu es, av lbefore ?Jr Jlustice Hl,,d, orn a charge of the • manslasughter ,of .l:nies Fitzpatrick. "lr Walsh, Q.(e., prosecuted for ithe F'.rown. and Mr F'nrl, nge defended the prisoner. The case for the prosey-ntirni was that Fitzpatrick was 'drinking at the lHolden Inn, on the ;th nlust, .and that the prisoner unlawfully removed lin out of the hotel. -put him in a wheelbarrow, and took himn to a bank- near some water and left him there. Some time after wards Fi:x:pntrick was found u'h his face domwnwards iii the wawer, which w::s 2 feet deep, and lie was quite dead. The evidence of Dr Neildl, who made the post nor'nmt, was to the effect that the deceased suffered front heart disease, and.. that death resulted. from syncope "or fatal fainting caused probably by shock 'throigh immersion in the water. It was contended byh. the Crown prosecutor `that the death' of FitzPatriek ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 29 October 1892

S THE . Sunbury News PUDLISHE imu .:,i.i..SATil.UR DAIY All tlia N'IWs of thi W ,'ek 3. PRIGE 3S -o PIosted to all parts dfthe AUSTiRALIA: Q , ,,OLONIES. '.OR DELIVERED FOR PER QUARTER --0 - I .. cES O.,'. CASHL S',ADVERTIS MENTS: Sdo a-J - )tcd Srl 'iiz""t 3 sr ; wo 1 0 \ahi'ott(P S:itt m?I;?%~ ' i? 0 ii an 1 0 I i tn~,3 k " 1 0 voit ' o l, .. .', . . .. ' 0,,. OiiiSillt o'ii. t it ' :)tht, iii 3 . t?tt.? ;, 4;? .;';r ' ;) tIj1nst i \-:'1(l0'%ti. i 't;i P t . • itness nddespat iii;Ti ' .)?. ? 0 s N s? 4 .. .OCWLORlLLS ; R bliti ' ..t..i titi. Ba PL . Fo i i I- I-TION /13; (/.??;^ii ?Y i$ -;;,q,;1 . ;,. ,:: -'::: : :, ......^^ a ." , 1 . THE WORLD'S FRIEND. A Ctue for Piles ilttil Fistilsds. Diseases of sensitive parts may be relieved and cured by the proper and diligent use of this cooling and healing Ointment, whose action should invariably be assisted by judi cious loses of the Pills-the anxious patient will soon experience wonderful case from this treatment. COUGHS, COLDS AND AS...

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OAKLANDS HUNT CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 29 October 1892

OAKLANDS HUNT CLUB. The Oaklands Hunt Club held a race meeting at Caulfiehl last Tuesday. The weather was beautifully fine which added ,reatlv to the day's enjoyment. His Exceiilency and mnl:y other enthusiastic patrons of horse-racing were preeut. The following are the results :- HUNTERS HURDLE RACE.--Mr I \. C. Wright's Rapid Ray, 1 ; M1r *J. C. Aflt.ck's Qkerr, 2; Mr S. Miler's Epping, 3. Orv.? HANDICAP HnDtr..--3lr J. E. BreweL's Osric 11. 1: Mr M. O'Louiiliu's CiunibIrna, -, f S ,Ir Wallis's Lady Wilde 2. SLLINOts I.,cE.-- M. J. S. Carslake's Dotcaster, 1. Ovs~ H.tNSc.P SrGSIr.E.--~r J. E. Brewer's Elton. 1;. Mr P. Wards Kremlin, 2 ; Mr R. Allei' s ILittle Arthur OaKL.rass HUsT CLUt Cup.-.1essrs Gibson Bros lhiuio. I ; )r P. J. l'la:nnaghan's Archer, 2 ; Dr P. II. Nutting's Aver, 3. WARLAit.ar I.Si ca.rnc -Mr M. If. Carn'dy's (l-iloth; 1 7 M=weg Ruding's Accident: 2 ;'.'i r It. )Oxonhuat's Pilut buy, 3. The man Mille, w1ho got h urt at the Sunbury Asylum works at week ago has i...

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MACEDON. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 29 October 1892

[fROM oUP. OWN CORUESPOSNDNST]. Th, first crick t? n-tch for the Kvne ton district premiership ended here. on the 15th inst., the result being Macedon, fiat innings, 81; Lauriston, 144. Till, 66, and E. Beare 44, were the principal scorers for Lauriston : Phelan 15. and Willey, 17, batted well for IMacedon. In the second innings Lauriston had lost 7 wickets for 72 runs. Phelan bowleA well for the locals in the first innings, securing 4 wickets for 39 rnms and 2 for 45, in the second. On Saturday last the locals jonr neyed to Hesket to play the Hesket Bobemians for the Kvneton competi tion. The Bohemians batted first, but were unable to make any stand against the formidable bowling ef Phelan, who secured tle extraordinary average of 7 wickets for 4 runs. The visitors score totalled 68 runs, of which Phelan made 28:not out. In- the second attempt the locals compiled 27 runs for the loss of three wickets. An eleven representing :New Gisborne journeyed here to try conclusions with the s...

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NEWS IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 29 October 1892

NEWS IN BRIEF,.; ` '° Heavy rains, Sloppy weather. The farmers will appreciate it. Some of the Bendigo streets flooded. Two or three feet of water in the houses, Three inches of rain fell at Bendigo in 45 hours. A shoe maker named Hynon Woolf, who some weeks ago attemptel to com mit suicide by cutting his throat with a shoe maker's knife, died in the Melbourne goal on Wednesday from the effects of the wounmd. A shocking railway accident occurred at the St Kilda railway station about 8 o'clock on Wednesday evening, when a woman named Mrs Mary Watts had her right leg cut off through one of the wheels of an engine passing over it, The limb was successfully amputated. GRAVITATION. A pair in a hammock Attempted to kiss And in less than a jiffy Lamps required at the new post-offiea. "(General" Booth, of the Salvation Army is making an urgent appeal to the public in London to subseribe £60,000 by next month, to enable hint to carry cna this scheme tr the regeneration of • Darkest England."...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 29 October 1892

SVotiter THE Sunbury News PUBLISHED -VEYrSATURDAY All., the 1ews of the Week, 3d PRIGE 3d COLONIE'S FOR 3/0 : : OIQDELIVERED FOR PER, QUARTER, ----o---- PRICES OF CASH ADVERTiSEMENTS:'. W n.: d S . ant . w.ords .. 1 W anted Situation . 1 0 7 Let. House , ý Bo'tl & Rusidente , 1 0 n anfed to Buwr . s I0. : Canted to Sell ,, -1 Ior dle ,, I' 1 0 Tenders "2 0 Noti.es . .T? ..2 0 3feeti rn . . .Q Other idi ertsemicnts ' per ich . .U O L ',,-'{ ' 8 ' Staudin: Advertirse n ts a?? tis Re.son able'. ; ate s x aseu ?t . wt -Agreement.d e h 6p PlNT INCa AT. LOWE3T. -. R UMU2KERATIVE PRICES PRINTING= IN ALL COLORS - OF Circulars Labels, &c. pIAKPs SoflWARdED 0O0 APPLICAdTIOP iJohn IBoardunan & Sons Propr-.etirs notltes. Fancy Dress Ball. MECHANICS' INSTITUTE SUNBURY, 9th NOVEMBER. MR W. H. Ford, of the well-known firm of Ford and Sons, theatrical costutiers, Melbourne, will have Fancy Costumes on view at Sunbury for hire during November 7th, 8th, and 9th. For. address a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 29 October 1892

W. CLAYTON, Painter, Paperhanger AND CG-LTAZIEC .. . Allitradiumaterials lkept oii.and at --o E'STIfAITES GI `VENO'o-: SO'sianassy' Street, SI' NBURY. O'SIHANASSY STREET, NEWS AGENT. AND STATIONER. A large assortment of Second Hand Books selil ing Cheap.Good Novels Half Price. NOW IS YOUR TIfE:, Buy ! Buy !! Buy !I! J. WILSON, GROCER .N AND GENAERAL STORE-EEPER, EVAN STREET. OPPOSITE 'NEW . POST. OFFICE. All goods of the best quality. I Families waited on for orders. W'. . Park i UNDERT T AKER, GENERAL CARRIER WOO6D MERCHANT ORDERS PUNCTUALLY - ' ATTENDED TO JACKSON AND HARKER ST SUNBURY. , MACEDON STREET, BLACKSM ITHl WHEELWRIGHT oRs- i.o CAREF'ULLY SHOD.i coI:vT 13AL1 A. 5UPER[OR ACCOMMODATION G. S. Matthews. SYDNEY STRr?ET, YARRAVILLE, Builder and Contractor Estimatos given for every description OF WORK. PLANS and SPECIFICATIONS: Prepared. Coltages Built, small Depostls,; bualance as Reil: All Communtcatiotis will receive prompl allention. 'Frederick Lee, C.arpenter and Joiner, F...

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The Sunbury News. Be Just and Fear not. SUNBURY, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 29, 1892. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 29 October 1892

f l" - sii[: a"nd ,Fear not: " SINBURY, SATUR DAY. croliw 29, 19 3. Ar the .last .nee i .. of lthre Mechanics' Institute Comrnitce ia res"lution wais a. rcd, to as foilu ? ? " Thatr from" the rir of i iuer proximo t he char'ge fir the use oi the hall for religious BsarUie wu J be 101-?f. per :Suntday Pre usly it : pe fSuntilv -Again, th ibuniburII Qadrille Assembly were given thy. ha1 at a reduced price for dii'iling bu' diriectly the eagle eye of the comunittee bserved that this orgaoisitio: hal a few successful evenings aid could probably ifiord to p.iy a litle ,morei-up went the rental fee. It is not for the pturpose of defendin,? -an? i pairticular secti or religiusa denon iiiiatituon that we remarkg tye ar e for t.h institute at all, h:t i:t i in .fair? justice Vto the uvhol conuiuuit , two conutributed i.ts mite ato aatirsti-ita sonstruction? . l t oatidtomVi-y' : tlfore it' ? should be rented° to lo al inh ibitan i for devotionr; at:a - fe that wouild little more 1hi coer pe ...

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DIGGER'S REST. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 29 October 1892

DIGZ3ER'S R E ST>-" . [FR"a6 OOURW. OW" CORIoESPr oN.DET]. Thursday. On. Friday. 21st inst.. bb kind invitation of Mr alndMrs McKenzie. of Holden, a h r~e niim:,er. of friehds assembled at' Oak Bill to celebrate their son's birthdayl and dancing, interspersed with songs and recitations. was kept up till the grey dawn of morn had cast its .radiating influence upon the landscape. Great cre iit reflects upon the Misses McKenzie for the ability displayed :by them in the decorationu of the room, which was nicely adorned 1with festoons and garlands of flowers. Between the hours of 12-. and. l a.m. -an-.ad journment was made to an adjoining room, containing tables heavily laden with choice edibes with which the most stringent epicure would find it a difficult matter to find fault with, and to which all present done ample justice. Too much praise cannot be bestowed upon the Misses McKenzie for their assiduous attentions and untiring efforts to please everybody oresent and which were crow...

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A STRANGE CHAIN OF EVENTS. CHAPTER VI. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 29 October 1892

.x STRANGE C(h IN OF EV?N'TS. C1LAL'TER VI. Biit" 'liclh seemled to say to me"-dis 'eoirhago his attentinns even to repelling themn. Besides whicdh, I wanted to tliik by mivself; nad'I knlew that Westerfeldt's atttling tonigue wouild never let mne do " : le.that Soi, walkeld away wiith a shor't nod in return fir his chiborate? v ave ,of the' haid.. It was not long before I came to the c onnclusion thlit the sooner'I got to my stdite roof thehbetter it'would be'forlme. I ent:: 'down and lay on the sofa, turn ing 0o' i ink mind the even ct" of the. past t? u i dai, i thel, vaur hope of ari-?'v ltSiatsome; satisfadtory got cuhston U ,iire?1nicttot themn. 'Bui the nmore I thoi 'oit, the ? idore puzzling dild Verl y The go' for lunclheon soi liiiled and the iieat niom nt. Wiesterfeldt seenied to tumble heaidlong in at the doorway. Confound that, triuhl . !lhe exclhinted, and hilioder ptittlitthie I ve nearly : oken "iy neck iover it. ello': ! YUi he e?., Whiat s the ~ ittel : Sick alirea...

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BULLA BULLA. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 29 October 1892

BULLA BULLA. -4------ [t'ROM oCR OW, COtRRESPOND?NZ.] Thursday. Things are v. ry quiet now about our picturesque lin?e township, and the talk we had here rcentlv tbout sublivid ing the Balla Shire seems to have come to a sudden standstil l. It is thought by many around that the sub-division will not be brought on again as there are c nuplicated ditficulties in the way, particularly with regard to the East Riding, which would take a deal of trouble to eat up and then transform into equitable divisions. The desire of a certain councillor is to have the two ridings split, and if not this, nothing at all. If the West Riding .lone was sub-divided then there would be three Sunbury representatives, and three for the Central Riding. Now, as is very natural, it has become embosomed with some, that the three Central members (who no doubt would be resiling closi to Sunbury) and the three Sunbury nmem bers would co-opera;e and have the ?at of government at Sunbury-thus prov ing detrimental to B...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 5 November 1892

S GENERAL NEWS. The usual monthly dance held at the Sunbury. Asylum passed off last Thursday to the satisfaction of a 'fairly large attendance. The weather was all that could be desired, it being cool, calm, and moonlight. The Rev. John McNeil, B.A., has conducted evangelistic services ,to a fair attendances, in the Mechanics' Hall, every evening during the past week. The Steeplechase is to be run at Flemington to-day, and judging from the outlook at the time of going to press, we expect a repetition of last Tuesday (Cup day) as far as the weather is concerned. Our selections are Confidence 1st, Claret 2nd, and Boulevard 3rd. We may state that our selections for the Derby were very fair, but our Melbourne cun tipster was " slightly off," owing no doubt to the bad state of the weather. Sir W. .. Clarke's gelding, Claret, is numbered among the horses noam inated for the Steeplechase to be run at Flemington to-day. Hle led the field, in the same race last year till negotiating the fenc...

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The Sunbury News. Be Just and Fear not. SUNBURY, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 5, 1892. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 5 November 1892

Be (ust. and Fear not. SU BURY, SATURDIAY. ..... NOVEMBER 5, 1892. -' , ; EWS AND NOTES. ,,, A plai, fancy,? and nasquterade. ball will be hld at the .Mechanics' Hall on -Wednesday evening. The inauguration is under the auspices of .the Sunbury Quadrille Assembly, who are giving a wind up ,to a most enjoyable and suc cessful season. The tickets, which are 5/- apiece are selling rapidly, and there is not the slightest doubt if the weather is at all favorable the building will be comfortably paked. The comunittee and other officers are working diligently to make the ball a success and providing every requisite necessary to the comfort of patrons. We hear of numerous ladies preparing rich and gorgeous fancy dresses, which must obtain a large share of merit 61 the night of the dance. Taking all things into consideration the affair should pass off with eclat and leave a good financial rdsult. -OCrner's:: band, from Mel1 bourue, will sunpply the music, and the catering will be attended to...

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OPEN FOR DELIVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 5 November 1892

OP.N''FOR DELIVERY. The Post Of?ice will be ,pen from?' 9 a m. till t; p.m. for delierv ? ,letrs, newspapers, and par.els. i't widll:also be bpen for letter, d(live??v only from. after the arrival of' the "7 .p.i . r' i n till 8.30 p.m. . . : , tamps bittained cto - p.mp .,',` The hlours 'for r(reistratiun. of. letters are 9 a.m. till;t.p.m.n:, , The telegraph portion of the office will be nlope fromt 81? l. t in till. 8 .n All telegramis must be written in ink. Moyv Order ani: Savings. Bank husiness will. be? traiCwitCdifr'om 10 a.m. till 3 p.m..-- 8?tlludays fi'om 10 a1m. tilll2 Ioon. ' 'i The S,' ings B~iank ,ill ''il'he open on Sbaturdays between the holrs 6 p.m. ari pld . i. fur the r?? eceiptof depusit only-. ; . , : . SCheqes : ill'.idltb: rtceived. in co·i nection iitli anyi of :thei aboe , OTihee

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 5 November 1892

Medical AN, INTERESTING LETTER FroY A wm'xLL6OtEWI SPECIALIST. DfR JAMFiS D. LI.EWh: LLYY, who is -duly Qualitled and Itr-i~jtrred by -the ledioal Boards of Victoria and .Sec South Wale?. Is aware that by departing tron the usual routine of practice and devoting hiim.elf exclusively to a special branch, which h ' has don- for souse time. he is not strictly following the path. of professional etiquette; but, as a oonsideralle tcl) of the profession are still disposed to stand coldly aloof frm anyone of their number who acluires popularity in the treatment of certain ailmentl and is really a Sldlical Specialist., he 4.es not hesitate to re* rt to wh.t he conaiders legitimate means for the purpl?lrof disarmninglyrnicl cnrticism, and of sngagiug as far as he is able the oon. ,dence of the public. It Is aseurrdly better to seek a.ilstance from the quahlild practitiouerlu prserenoe to the quack. The true deslgnrtton of quackery belongs ,o,those ,hameleas adventurers who, without a particl...

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RIDDELL'S CREEK. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 5 November 1892

RIDDELL'S CREEK. [FROM OUR OWN. CORRESPONDEWNT. Friday. Mr A. McLeon, a very old inhabitant of this township, has passed away in his 96th year. Deceased landed in Victoria in 1853, and has been in Sir W. ,J. Clarke's employment for 33 years but for the last eight years was an in valid having never left his bed during that time. He was a great grandfather. His re mains were interred in the Riddell's Creek Cemetery yesterday. The funeral started at 3 p.m. from his late residence. Mr. West, the Government expert.. delivered a very able lecture on the culture of fruit on Friday evening, the 28th. inst.. but unfortunately the night was wet and disagreeable, making the attendance small. The lecturer said that we were favored with a fine climate for fruit production compared to America as parts of that country he had visited the rainfall was very slight, and the fruit industry absolutely depended on irrigation.

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POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 5 November 1892

.P*OSTAL IN?ITES. , .. Postal Notes may he ;.obtained, and will be payable at anyv Money Office in the Colony between the dlhurs of 9 a~.n., and 8 p).m. on week dayv!. Saturday excepted. On Saturdia', betweeni 10a.m.. and A?d.. The following are the demonin"tiaon of the Notes that' will be issued, andthte price charged for theur: ,For a Postal Note of is. or 1s. Gd. the poundageis . . .. , . For a Postal ',Note of :s., 2s'Gd. 3s., 3s tGd. , or 4s. tild. thli ?.iid ageis ;.. .. .. .. Id For Postal Note of 5s. ·r 7s. tid., the poundage is ... ... ... 2d For a. Postal Note of Il)s., los. Gd., 15s., or 20s., 'the poundage is..' 3d. The value of the N1;tes -i.hs been so arranged that :lly.r sm tof shillings naid sixpJnces up., to one UpoUd may be remnitted by not more thalI ti' of these . notes. Should it he d, si'ed to traist?t broken s5n'is of pese unmohlit r&ted Stamps, not exesedin ill value d., umay he affixed to the hacIk of a Inote lind the aml)nit of the note and the stam...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 5 November 1892

THE Sthnbu ry News P 'UBLISHED EvalYSA.TURgDAY , c 0....... ..... l..... . % : All thb Niws? of thlie Wice :3d· PRIGE 8dc hi A AUSTRALIANN-I E C OL OTIOTE S . FOR. R DELIVERED FOR. :PER QUARTER -o PRICES OF. CASH-. ADVERTISEMENTS: G. d. Wanted Servants 16, words : 0 Wanted Situation ,, ,, 1,0. To ?Let House 1 0 Board & Residence, `,, 1 0 Wanted to Buy ... ";;': ~- 0 Wanted to Sell ..~ 0 For Sale ...: ,? , 1 0 Tenders ... - . -.r.-. ,;, >;'- 2 0 Notices . : T,. 2' 0 M* eetings ......... , 0 Lost .:& Found c... , , -2 0. Other advertiseneniits per inch . ,,- 3 0 Standing Adv-ertisments at Resonable -Rates as per Agreement. ---: o :- Tf Z I ZWS .-GENERAL - Every description of PLA.IN AND PR IN TIT-,. .. Executed with neatness anddespatch S AT LOWEST, :RUMT NER ATIVE 'PIOES :PRINTING IN ?LL 'COLORS ~ ' aTLE.TRI.A.. : J l i'llcan s Programmes -P.ol osr HoksC -·r;-:~~~:ji:~ iO111Oti~:~;ifl5·:~~:i~: NF o/ice. PREPý ffATI()n op "ELE(~TORAL .-LISTS.. NOTICE. r'i 'is li&...

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