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COMMERCIAL. TRARALGON MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 April 1886

OOMMIERCAL. TIRAI1ALGON 3IAIRKETS. A. 3'Lean & Co. report.-We yesterday held a fairly sucerssful clearing sale at Mir. John Lindsay's farm. There was a gol attendance of boners, but the weather threatening tobreak. kept many away who would otherwis- have been there. We -old milkers from £1 10s, £3 10s, £, 75 6d to £ ; heifers to £3 ts; scalers to £1 7s Gd ; mares with fi?ls at foot to £13 10s; yearling fillies to £7 10s; colts to £S 5s. Messrs. Marriage, Orr & Co. report. 3ortwell, Monday 12th inst. Supplies not so larse as last market quality, good attend ance, buyers fair, and tone of market better than of late. with a slight advance all round in prices Yomng steers and heifera went £2 15s Gd, £3, £3 4s. £3 lo10; cows from £4 5s; springers from £1 is 6d; calves 13s; pigs (suckers) Ss; fat sheep los :?L At Narracan. Wednesday 14t1 inst., we held our usual monthly sale in our new yards. there was a good supply of stock in, and buyers were numeroas. We sold all lo:s a...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. London, April 12. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 April 1886

EUROPEAN TELEGR_?rIS. (From MIeliourre paoers) L rndon, April 12. General Ienarieff, the distinguished Ri:sitn diplomatist, declares that it i" not improbable that there will be war between Austria and Russia bsfre long. The Earl of C rk, the fMatler 0f the Hors,, and the Earl of Kenmaire, th Lord Clha:oberlain, have resigned their oeficial po-it oil-. A great ntoeting of these opposed to Mr G!aistoan,'s Irisi propo'aa* wil b h id at H-r ,ljast/'s T.:eatre on Wed ne-dao, ;the 14th i;:sr., when Lord Rlrtingto-l will move and Lord S libburv will seco:nd, a resolution u-ging the mai,nenaneo, of tile lgse lative union of Great Britain and Ireland. The fovernments of Englandl, France, anld Geermann are prepare . with a jo;nt arrangemen:t for thlle e' t'menit of al: difficulties with regard :o the islanda of the Paific. The ,ppositiont of trie colonies ,epreser. ted in tie Federal Council (Victoria, Qoeen-land, Ta-mnania, and We.tern Australia), is n. pr sent blockins- the tray to the arr...

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THE JUVENILE'S CORNER. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 April 1886

THE JUVENILE'S CORNER. In order to encourage ouir voune readerrs we pl.r)ose giving thein an o:casional colier of our space, and invite them to participate in a CoNcsn-sn CorErrTno:, Opin to all Sch'n.-i children vhitin the Shire of Trarnlgon. The rubject will be. THE SCHOOLM.ISTER'S CANE. Of which many of our vni-ýg fritnds wi.l be able to speak flriing'y. Cosnro-oss. Each comprtit'r Imuit senl Nanme, Age, Addlre.s, and name of Schuoo attenedil. M3Ire than one conundrumn may b s3et bh a"y comprtit..r Each oeniinnlrmin must be the hona fide proJucioan of the child senid:ir, it. iAll an'wer mstl he addrrs-pid ti *'"The Editior." " Recrd" oliice Trl'raalgo, o:n or before the 1st May next. Tho surceesfil ones will be phb iished on May 14th. Thi firs- prize will be five shillilgs. or, if de.ired, it. value in bhoki; serond prize, 23 id.

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WRECK OF THE TAIAROA. TERRIBLE EXPERIENCES OF PASSENGERS AND CREW.—OVER 30 LIVES LOST. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 April 1886

WRECK OF THE TAIAR0A. TERRIBLE EXPERIENCES OF PAS SENGERS AND CREW: -OVER 30 LIVES LOST. Ia our Melbournre telegram on Tuesday it was stated tht rthe Taisroa was wrecked on the New Ze :l.nJ cost. The Tai troa was cg ged in Fassenger nd tcoer.l cargo traflie betoeen L tuleton ad Weil.ng' on. Her reister wasH 43S tons, and her engines ci0o h rae power. The foilotvig add.tional particulars are Irom the "Argum." It is estimated that over 30 lives have been lost by tie wreck of the Taiaroi,, and it is siddening tJ re'le.t that this great sacrifice of life would hare been ?verted had the passengers and crew remained on bo.ird the steamer inst,-ad of taking to the hboate. Whin the veesel was barded on Tsue-day the frecaotle was found to be quite dil, oiid a tno..key and a cat were discovered anive. At a pretliminary inquiry he:d at blenheim to-day, the captain staied that ou ace .unt of a etrong north-west wind he had kept a point an i a quarter more is titn usual until 5 o'clock in the ul...

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MR. MACRAE ON WORDS MISAPPLIED. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 April 1886

MR. MACRAE ON WORDS MISAPPLIED. In the course of his sermon, in the Kinnaird-hall, Dundee; from the text, " Woe unto themi thir call evil 0ood and good evil," Mr Macrae spoke of the misapplication of words and enith-ts. aloig with the readiness of people to judge bh the name without looking at the thug namod as tile source of imnui-asu:able nirehi,f. It Io -dwinked and deceived tne moral sens-', and confounded the dis'inctions vetween right and srong. Giveany kind of cruelty and attractive nsmeof "sport," and people will begin to think lightly of bhrlbarities that would othrise shoc shock 'hem. Label drunken ness and debauchery on the part of young men as me:ely " sowingwild oats," and pleople learn to think of s:n as not en sinful after all. Call super stition "orthodoxy," and mnny decent people will fall down and worship it. Call truth " heresy," and many will refiue to listen to it. Call men "fbaties" and " faddists" when they are contending fir principles that, like Chrietainty ...

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PASSENGER TRAINS. MAIN LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 April 1886

PASSENGER TRAINS. ---o-- DOWN. IMAIN LINE. Lenaves-Sale. 6855 a.m. and 4'42 p.m.; TRA InALOOs, 8S4 a.m. and 151 p.m.; Mor well, 8-26 a.m. and 613 p.m. Arrives--Melbourne, 1"5 p.m. and'10".l p.m. UP. Leaves-Melbourne, 642 am. and 432:p.m.; Morwell, 1 21 n.m. Aind 9l11 p.m.; TnARAL0os, 11-48 n.m. and 9'34 p.m: Arrives-Sale, 12"58 p.m.'nnd 10"44 p.m. DOWN. IIEYrIELD LINE:. - Leaves--Tmralgon, 12.5 p.m. ond 9050 p.m.; Glengarry, 1227 p.m. and 10'12 p.m.; Toongabbie, 1243 p.m. and 10.25 p.m.; Cowwarr, 12i59 p.m. and 10"44 p.m.; : GlenmaggieO,1'1 p.m. and 1056 p.m. Arrivas lIeytield 1"23 p.m. mid 11.8 p.m. UP. Leaves--eIyfield, 6"30 a.m. and 4.2 p.m.; Glenmaggie, 6.42 n.m. and 414 p.m.; Cowwarr. 6315 n.m. and 4.26 p.m.; Toongabbie, 7"10 a.m. and 442 p.m.; Glengnrry, 7.26 am. and 41.58 p.m. Arrives TRAnALooN, 748 n.m. and 5"20 p.m. DOWN.. , InnBo LINE. Leaves-lMorwell 11145 a.m.; Yinuar, 12"10 p.m.; laoolarn. 12.25 p.m. Arrives Darlimurla 12.15 p.m. UP. Leaves -Darlimnrla, "655 n.m.i Beool...

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TRARALGON POST OFFICE. MAILS DESPATCHED. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 April 1886

TI~AALGON POST OFFICE. MAILS DESPATCIIED. 1ELr.OURiNE, and all intermediate offices daily, 740 a.m. and 5"20 p m. SALE, and all intermediate ofices daily, 11-15 a.m. anud 7 50 p.m. HE?nIELD, daily. 1115 n.m. and 750 p.m. VALHALLA, via Toongabbic. M3nday. Wed niesday, Friday, 1115 a.m. I-'o Moe, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, 740 a.m. GLENGARRY TOOSGABBIE Daily at 11 a.m. CowWARE J CALLIGGSEE, Tuesday, and Friday S30 an.m. TrEs, Tuesday and Friday, 12'15 p.m.

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TRARALGON SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14. PRESENT: Crs. Peterkin (President), Firmin, Mill, Varney, Bodycomb, Forsyth, Kellcher. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 April 1886

TRARALGON SHIRE COUNCIL. -4- WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14. PRESENT: Crs. Peterkin (president), Firmin, Mill, Varney, Bodycomb, Forsyth, Kelleher. CORRESPONDENCE. From the Department ot Lands and Survey, informing the council that the application for reservation for recreation purposes of land in the parish of Yinnar, will be remitted to the local land board. Secretary to appear in support of applica tion. From the Under Secretary. forwarding a pro forma, the wording of which is de sired will he followed when issuing a certi ticate of annual asessme of of premises in accordance with the Licensing Act 1895. From the health otficer reportinga case of typhoid fever in tile family of hMr William Thompson, Traralgon South. From the Shire Council of Narracan, asking that the shire engineer le in structed to prepare plans and speifications of culvert on boundary road near Jagoe's, Tarwin river ; also asking that the en gineeroftheTramrlgon Shire be instructed to visit the Monvrll bridge in company w...

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RECEIPT & PAY OFFICE, TRARALGON. PAYMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 April 1886

RECEIPT & PAY OFFICE, TRARALGON. PAY.MIENTS. Tn.ARALGOs -31. ouat, -Moe Free Library. 11. Hampton, r1: A. Campbell, J. I. BUcklr. II. Birmingham. I1RoEDnLE. -T. Gillsenan (2), W. IL Spcncer. T. Feily. M3OIWELL.-W. Champ, J.. IHasthorl?, G. Milne, W. Bredia (2). GRANTS. C. N. Frost. T. Copeland, J. Fitzpatricd, R. Fcrgus.n, G. Firmin (2), W. Gould, F. HIandley, lie. T. Mercer and others, Ja'. Mitchell, Jas. Wright, Jas, 'Dol)nald. 1. Nadenboasehe (2). Thos. Needham (4), II. Pratt, E. Searlett (2), W. Searlett. IH. G. Timbt, W. Thompson, W. Wilson, J. Silcock. LEASES. D. C. Archibald, G(. Dare, G. Dawson, P Gorman. J. Gen!e. W\. Hlardn , ,. N. 1lct .m W. Murdoch, L. Molloy, 1'. j3Mahon, Walter Mnrastint. L. Jlarstin, . W. Moore, A. I l'l)onald, 1R. Iligall, E. L. Simm~,ons, J. Shiells (2), J. Vincent (2), E. Widhdloton, P. \Vhelan (I), G. Whallov, scnr. (2), \. L.amb, P. Willie.

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TOWN DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 April 1886

TOWN DIRECTORY. Tn?n.?tcoy-Ninety-seven miles from Mellbourne, on the main Gippoland lire, at the junction of the Ieytfield line. Shire Council.-President, J. Peterkin FTsq., Croncilloos, Messrs G. Firnin 1) Camnpbell. II. Breed, Ilodvcomb, Kelleher, Forsyth, Mill, and Varney; Shire Secretary and Engineer, Mr James Campbell: Rate Collertor, Works Inspector, Sc., F. 3PKin. nell; Treasurer.J.lI. Reed, manager of Bank ofAustralasia: Health tftice,Dr Miontgomery Inspector of Nu.ances, Constable Donoghur; the Council also nact as a Local Board of Health, and meet for buhiness on the second Wednesdav in the month at 1i am. L.aw.-F'olice Magistrate, AW. W. Howitt, Esq . who holds courts on the fourth Thure day in every mouth.. the Justices of the Peace presiding on the second Thursday, at 10.m.; Llerk of Court, and also Electoral Registrar, Mr Charles Du Ye ; Justices of tihe Pece, Messrs J. Peterkin, Dr Morrison 1R. Young, W. Whittake as, . iMackay, and J. Syker. Solicitors.-II. B. Serjea...

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CORRESPONDENCE. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE RECORD). [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 April 1886

CORRESPONDENCE. (TO TilHE EDITOR OF TIIE IECOID). Sir,-wo ae already beginning to feel a little of Mr A. C. Groom's power tow\\ra his opponents in the late general election. That gentleman, at the request of four or five selectors of this district, haos ol'el the post office to be removed from Wicks hotel to the State school. The majority of farmers doing business with the lat office (under the able management of Mliss Wicks) were quite satisfied, and had no complaint to make against the way they received their letters, on the contrary they always considered it a great advai" tage to have the post office at Wick's, 0. they could get their letters at any time. When the post office was at the State school it was often a very difficult matter to find the school mistress in, unle1S o0n went during school hours; and often one would he compelled to go two or ther times without findillng anone therc, n;d I suppose it will he the same again, as th0ll are getting the office hick to the schnl...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 April 1886

The Glengarry :Mounted Riflesw illleet for drill in full uniform at Glengarry o° Tuesday next, at 5'30 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 April 1886

RESULTS OF AD VVER TISING. -0 BEFORE ! AFTER I The first time a man looks at an adver tisement he does not see it. The second time he does not notice it. The thint time he is conscious of its existence. The fourth time he faintly remembers having seen it before. The fifth time he reads it. The sixth time he turns up his nose at The seventh time he reads it through and says, " Oh ! bother." The eighth time he says, "Here's that confounded thing again." The ninth time he wondem if it amounts to anything. The tenth time he thinks lie will ask his neighbor if lie has tried it. The eleventh time he wonders how the advertiser makes it pay. The twelfth time he thinks perhaps it may be worth something. The thirtecuth time lie thinks it must be a good thing. The fourteenth time he remembers that he his wanted such a thing for a long time. The fifteenth time he thinks hewill buy it some day. SThe sixteenth time he makes a memo rmadum of it. The seventeenth time lie is tantalised because he ca...

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PLACES OF BUSINESS. (As advertised in our columns. Chemist and Dentist.—P. Kleesattel. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 April 1886

PLACES OF BUSINESS. (As advertised in our columns. ('henust and Dentist.-P. Kleesattel. Auctioneers.- -Marriage, Orr, & Co. and A. M'Lean & Co., Trnralpon; antd tn.zlish, Little, & to.; R. Guthldge and at o.; C. M'Intosh, atal T. W. Sutcliffe and Co., o. Sale, who visit at stated periods. General storekeepere.-G. BP. Scott, JT. ands, J. Peterkin and Co., and John S. Milligan. Cm:nmis ion Agent.-C. I. Wilkes and Co A. Wlhitney, agent for Oldfield and Moore. Tailor-1i. Laumm,. 'urniture warehouse--B. Wallis. ]lake:s.-A. L. Galbraith, and 3lr IHeny Milliner, Draper, ctr.--Ms llorne. Staticneranid Newspaper Atent.-1. E Ilenden and J. Peterkin. Sa.tidlers-F. Snmith, T. A. Byes, Butcher.-J. Manning hotels--R. Mill's Club Hotel, T. Mit. chell's Tnualgon Hio:el, C. Neville's Giatlt Junction Family hotel, P. ,elly's Comn. trerl Hitel, i. Kaas's Star .?ial, antd N. Cmnelly's Royal E:t ilhgt. l otel. at icah of which visitors are invariably wed satesfied with the nt.:me...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 April 1886

Wanted. ?TiA RRIAGE, itRi, and Co. require for LI their olice a respectable, intelligent youth. coede writer and naed about 15. if suitabl? and oengca for 3 years, will be given thorough olice training. ?'.TANTED. a youn girl tI n;si!t in SIl:o?re i ai'" to 1ts. .ELr.O'j T.mraigon. i iTANTED--A IOY as App.enticetn tthe I l Printing. Apply at This Office.. r~yTAT'ED--I Smart Lad to drive l Balloeks. Apply Railway IHotel, Glengarry. Tendlere. raIEN.DEiIS.-Wantent for 3.000 Red Gum , S-epers.9 : i x -4. Applyslating Price and Station de!ivered to JOHN ItulB. Cuiimt-street Wtet. 3lelbourne. T0OTICE.-To be let by tender. opening Sfor a gsxl tenant, to be let for a term of years, the iani way lIntel, situated on the main Tooa:nblbie and Trtran -un road, and two miae from the Glenrcarry ltailw?y Sta tion; doing a fairly guvt busines : about 10 nacr of !anyr, including orchand, pig pad dock. yr.ls a:ldshels. Apply on or before 23th inst. to C. WILLIAMS, mleotings. A SPECIAL General Meeting ...

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SCRAPS. THE FIEND TWIN'S DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 April 1886

SCRAPS. -o THE FIEND Tw~i's DIAY. January-A!m born. Didn't want to r;e. Object immerdnately, as loud as I can. Younger brother born ceven minutes later. Looks like a fool but mie improve as he mel!ows with age. F?brua-r-Cst. Ih a cold. Give it to ith- other fellow. Much-Catch a nier rash. Pass it to ih'. l,-r cove. I rettr well winds up hos ci,k. A r.:-The,'.e chr:stened un. I'm Au',i3 t soi d bce's Alexsndtir. I'll kick hin who?t he Olaeepr. .tait-int the nlettle rash: Ileoorav' o', tie, unih worst. J:d.e-- Th-y don't lthi k they'll be ab!o to ri ar him He's to have codlivcr oil. What a lark'. I can't help laugh .Tu'y--ile's been squ:ailinr awful. nurse a sys it his rt,:ty t-o'per. I kno.e i:' a pie, but l'm ino: Loing to Au-tulos--We'vse got a new nmuse. who talks to the t:al pro:iceman, and leavea thi'. peramsirldtor basking in the oun. Alexa.der got a buister o:n his nose. T'hey don't know what i, i,. Thy arce g ing to give .im a po vder, Sept"m-ber-l'vee _rre him the s?ae h, ti...

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 April 1886

MELBOURNUE. [From our own Correpondent.] Wednesday evening. Within the pis' week two prominent I3er:bLurne citizens hlve joined the or:et majority. Mr thchard GJlds :.rouch died on. Thursday last, and !r. MIoherwell on Monday. s:r G,'d.ib rouh's name was known :io-lghout the length anl breadth of t!e contilent, wherever sheep are ,rown or woal is sheared. Toe de c-e.- cent-m:a c.tm. to this 2olose ,,r;I in the forties and from a small b; n.i:g smassed a princely fortun.. Mr Gold.berough was es.entiolly a i siiess mon, and co.ld not be be c-ilded from his counting housy to ake a place in the le.isiature of the ei ony. 11i was an ardent sportsman ,an! iJr many vears a steward of r.e ict ;ria h tcin' Club. Ahlthoahb 3Mr Go:disroh:,r: s anine has never been b'.zone:d aro a as a lib -rd donor to :sor ti:at charitable onstitutian, hiz private charities were very eixtlsioe, a.d .the ?oor f his native town in England, have long hald goo cause to Lea the name of Richard Golds i.arouhh, the s...

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LIVE STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 April 1886

LIVE STOCK. FAT CATTLE.-1,7C0 head were. penned and sold yesterday. the supply coming principally from the North-East, Gippsland. and the Westward. A large proportion of the number yarded were from good to prime quality. There was the usual attendance of buyers, and the market opened brisk at last week's rntes. but us sales progressed prices hardened, and closed firm at an advance of fully 10s. per head on late quotations. Prime pens of bullocks sold at from £12 to £13, extra to £14 10s, good do. from £10 to £11 10s, second do. from £S to £9, inferior from £5, prime pensof cows from £S 10s to £9 10s, good do. from L£i 0l to. £7 10s, second and inferior from £4.. Messrs. Dal. Campbell & Co. report.-We sold 20 bullocks for 9r. P. Clement, Prospect, to £12 2s 6d, averaging,£tl So; 12 bullocks for Lte trustees of the .late John (ellion, .Woodlands, to £ 11, averaging £9 15 7d ;10 l" roets for Mr. L. O'Shea, Flyns's Creek to £101s, averaeing £10 4s; 10 bulloclk for Mr. John Boark...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 April 1886

SuctiOMS. MARRIAGE, 01IR, & CO., AUCTIONEERS, S;OCK AND LAND AGENTS, 1T0LD SALES- OF LIVE ?TOCK in their yxxox s x.t TRAALGON Fox:TxIGIIrTL" 310ml EI.L N,~ TIL\ AL.G.R I 3IONTHLY NAPItC.\.N Per our .xxl:Ui O x Advel -cxi ents CLEARING OUT and other SALES pro pcrly put thiurgh. SGtF;r5 FO1-: National of ew Zealan1 . l'ir !nic.llce Co Cio'siti Mlutual Fire a::dI I ,t u c-urnxee Cu. N.t: York .ife in:a::xe. Cu. Xtew ZxlaIantL 'xrcaxtile .xgncey Co. LOANS nerotiatc. and VALUATIONS HEAD OFFIiEl-TiI.xLIALG-iN. T'RA .ALGON, SATURDAY, iP. 17. --ROLL rP TO--MO:RROW.-- 1.IIi:A.?;I '. OR! .. 'CO. will seal for .. . II. i'Neill. l-,1ux ..at ..l .e :sap 11 a e ntire ? [o tseh ,hld " F nrnitu '. quite ewr :xand a lost ofsundiris. 1:o!!i upxi TRARIALGON, MOND AY, APRIL 19. i-AR I lGE. 01:4 . & CO.. will s .l at 21 _ t:h ir var."1,tai xxx'e .la. 312 gnrad ' Wcr'er W xx and Ta:k 0 F at u!l'locks and Cows 40 2 an:t 3-yr-,ld Sseers, aloe lot •50 4 tu 5-;r-ld forwm?'d L:115cks li3 h i:m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 April 1886

TRARALGON DISPENSARY PAUL KLEESATTEL, Chemist, Druggist, and Dentist (By examination). Member of the Pharmaceutical Society of Victoria. Physicians Prescriptions and Family Recipes most carefully dispensed The exact copy of every Prescription is registered for future reference. Medicines forwarded promptly to all townships of the district, on application Teeth carefully stopped and extracted, only the newest style of instruments used. The large Stock includes, amongst numerous other articles : Tooth, Nail and Hair Brushes of Kent' maanuarture, every bruah guranteed Piesse and Lubin's, Gosneil's, Rimmel's, etc., Perfumery. Lavender Water, sever.l brands, is, 2s, and 3s per bottle. Bighly perfumed Hair Oil, scented with Otto de Rose, and Orange Flower Is per bottle :Mledicatee Lozenges, of every description M3arkin!- Ink, genuine indelible, is per bottle Superior Soidlitz Powders, made of pure chemicals and full weight, Is 3d Disinfecting Powder, for checking the spread of contagious ...

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