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O.B.I. Bowral. ANNUAL SOCIAL, AND PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 1 May 1901

O.B.I. Bowral. ANNUAL SOCIAL, AND PEE SEN TA'fiON. The Annual Social in connection with I ho above Institute was held in St. Jude's School Hall on Saturday evening last. There was a big roll-up of the Boys, as well as a very fair attendance of parents and friends. The Ladies, under whose arrange ment the social was arranged, weut to a good deal of trouble iu its preparation, the liall haviug been comfortably arranged aud a good programme provided. Many quiet indoor games were arranged on small tables, and these were entered into with no small umount of onthusiasm by those present. A table laden with chip-carving work was on view, and overy article was greatly admired for its heatuesa. Under Miss Adltins' and Mrs. Gavin-Georges' tuition on Monday evenings the boys have made exeellent progress, showing that.they possess latent tallenti of no-menu order. Mr. CL Compfcon commenced the proceed ings with a piano solo, and at short intervals the following items'wore also contributed, all m...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Glenquarry. DEATH OF MRS. MITCHELL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 1 May 1901

denquarry. DEATH OF MRS. MITCHELL. It is with regret that we have to announce in this issue the death of an old and much respected resident of Glenquarry, Mrs Robert Mitchell. Death came as a happy release to the deceased, who had for long been a sufferer from dropsy. The late Mrs. Mitchell attained the ripe old age of 71 years, and during her residence in Glenquarry, which extended over a per iod of some 40 years, she had, by her womanly.and Christian character, formed many'friends, who will be the losers by licr departure from their midst. A hus band .and grown-up family are left to mourn the loss of a loving wife and mother, to whom, we wish to extend, our sympathy. The Rev D. T. Smith con ducted the funeral service on Sunday afternoon last, the remains being laid to rest in St. Luke'sChurch of England ceme tery. Previous to the service at the grave, the body wasconveyed to the Church, where an impressive service was held; Miss May Griffiths playiDg the Dead March in Saul. A numb...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 1 May 1901

G :LE AJVITV-GfcSv' FROM OLD AUSTRALIAN PAPERS: i7.. Dr. Emvn.- I-I. Morgan, of St; Helens, Bowral, lias kindly placed in our hands^a small volume (printed by- the Goulbnrn Herald in 1880) containing extracts- from old Sydney newspapers of dates ranging from 1807 to 182s.' They, contain > much that is amusing and illustrative of. events and manners of.the past.. ' ' ,i82g:. ; - From an official report published: about this .time,we.read-, that'- out of thirty-four fomalo convicts sent to Emu Pliiinatwcnty four married constables, overseers,- &c.. i In January wheat is-quotediat 7/10 per bnshel; mnize 7/; barley 5/ ; potatoes 18/ per cwt.; .butter 2/8 per.lb. eggs-' 1/3 per dozeu ;, fowls <1/- per coupli- ; .cheese 1/• per lb.... Mr. "Wentworth, ■ Mr. : E.' S. Hall, and -.others now appear to have* commenced agi tating for representative institutions,- and an address was adopted to the new Governor' partly . congratulatory .011 his assuming office but more large...

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The Marketing Problem [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 1 May 1901

The Marketing Problem [By Hi J. Rumsey] . Next to securing a.good crop of fruit, the most important matter is to dispose of it to advantage, and the methods adopted at presenfrare quite inadequate, and fre quently result in disappointment. We frequently hear it said that"' fruitgrowing doesn't pay that so-and-so sent a con signment to a Sydney or»Melbourno agent, and only got a return of gd to is per case, or, even worse than that, received a bill for the freight.. We complain that Tas .manian fruit.gluts the market, but if such is tlie case, how is it that the grower there will continue to send his fruit over, if he does not get better prices.than those. His expenses in the orchard must be as heavy as ours, and although, water freight is very.cheap, the growers over there cannot surely all live on deep water' frontages, and it is probable that many of the Tas manian fruitgrowers have as much rail wayfreight to pay at the start of the jour ney as many. New South Wales orcHar dists, ...

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Ambulance. DEMONSTRATION AT GOULBURN. BOWRAL TAKES PART. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 1 May 1901

Ambulance. DE MONSTRATION; AT GOULBURN. BOWRAL'TAKES :PART.' The seventh'; annual demonstration of the Goulburn Railway Ambulance Corps was held on Satnrdny evening. An innovation took place on this oocnrsion,' inasmuch as members of tho civilian classes established in Goulburn assisted nt the dfemouslration, and had four squads of' ladies' drawn from th'o anribulsnne classes-'held in connection with the Wasleyau arid Presbyterian Glhirclies;' nnd two squads of 'gentlemen civilians. There were fifteen squads from the railway corps: • Altogether 110 -mem: bers-took'part, the largest, number ever seen at a demonstration in Australasia.' Previous to thfi rle'monHtmt,ion an excel lent tea wa* served in the rinlt. Aboot'200 persons sat down. Mr. E. Mitiie district inspector, presid&l ; "on his right-was <Mr, Jaieen-ArUiton;'m=ml>i>r'for Goulbnrri. " Mr. Parry presided at the demonstration, over a thousand parsous were'present-._ The following ' programme was gone...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 1 May 1901

A Mi who snPFBR-frorn -wnnfc digestion should pat Rutheifurd's mull, bread, it is highly locumnieiului5. . Ask for cart to call.—* : R E A D- W II A T: I S- D. 0.. I.. NX. C'O N:S U'IPTIO'N. Can be Cured; Read What Mr- Fred;: Stevenson Says ¥ I T A D A T10 Has Done for Him? Dtingog, July 17, IflOO.'. Mr. R. A. PAIiMER. • Dear Sir,—For over ' two years.-1' suffered from what I ho doctors here told me was Consumption, aind during that time I" suiTi'i-el considerably, and could not git'any relief. - Seven times I broke ft bloodvessel, and gave up all hope of recoveiy." The doctors told me they enuld not do me any t o-id. and pave mo up." It was then that I heard of VJ'i'ADA U'lO, and ^determined to--try it. Tfie (irpt bottle did me a deal of good, and after tailing.: twelve bottles lean now nay I! am- quite cured. Twelve months ago I'weighed mider nine stone, and to-day J 'was weighed at your representative's request, nnd was just ten stone eight pnnnds, and am'now work-' iiil! on thu-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 1 May 1901

ONE !; TO 1:112 T WO ! ! TO BE STEADY,, "ft*™EE.!'!.!' TO BE: OFF— K. K; BOWRi Full Consignments. ofT WiN-TER' STOGK are to hand;, and now sellihg;:rapidly;. Ladies'' Beaver. Cloth J<idiets.. Girls'" Jackets,and. Cloaks. Children's-.Pelisses-.and- Warm. CtotSi, Ladies' Cravenettc Mackintoshes,. Double-breasted.. .New U.hibrellas;'. Eur- Necklets- in 6^ different "kinds-and I prices.'' HLANNELETT.ES—the biest.range and:the soundest:value we have, ever been- able' to offert FLANNELS—Welsh, Saxony, N: - Zealand Greys,.&c. SHEETINGS and CALICOES:! DRESS: STUFFS, all: at; reduced figures-to.; make a genuine clear ance.. Hoods .and; Bonnets:;; Gloves and: Gaiters,. Jack Frost: will: Be with us directly; Better buy-your warmi things, and. be, ready for hinif and. for. the. cold; winds; HORSE: rtjgs. _ caw rugs. BLAN KETS -a speciality-, from •jj- to 30/- pjer pair. Men'.s. Jerseys, Boys'. Jerseys, Crimean .Shirts;. ARGYLE house. BO WR AL. Pentist;, J • * ' "AI'BE • GONSu...

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Memorial Service. THE: LATE: MR; W. HOPSON. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 1 May 1901

Memorial Service.* THE: LATE : MR; W. HOPSON. A memorial service to tho la*e Brother Wil .linm -Hbpsony who was a junior sergeant! in t-ie Salvation Ai'tny's ranks'at Bnwral-, was .i];1ld4Q.%ev>iOddfeUowa, Hiill, ■ Bowral, on 'Siindiiy e'venirig lust. Sllero wiisa gdod ut> ! tendance. Tlie -Bbrvioo" was • o.-indncied by" 1 "Eusigii Lintott, of Ailifield,-and'ofBoer in , Biiwi'tvl si)me>t.wo'yeut-s op so ago,, and for whom •(life'dtaeaaod comrade atoynys-cnter^ tuinnd the highest-' respect. • Oti the plat filnn'-\vitli"tliii eusiu'ii were theifollowing - Lieutenant Lizzie Allen (^(Bcer; in-■ charge) Sititer8- Btiw (fivasuiei ),• Milium-' Beer, Steele andNiipper,.Bi'os. -Toin Puyue and' P«ai ce.. ; 1'liero wHsmi enrpty* olihiri also'on the platform, on •the'-back-of < which ■ was plaje.3 an army coat, and on it he sent a-large-' well'-' •worn Bible. Tft'o audience weie reminded that in past diiys the deceased' brother was accustomed-to.oocupy tlfa'f clmir, wear the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 1 May 1901

House-Painting',, PAPER-HANGING, DEC0BATI8G. Picture frames of every descrip tion made to order. • All Workmanship Guaranteed;* ■ (Opposite W. Murray'*), fgong fgonrf street,. gbwral'. sso., Many-' Founds as year saved by Buying at r Ktaag and: C6?s». Cb&v Feyyuso)i, VIOLINIST. VISITS nowiuii. ove'ry, TUESDAY- and I'KIEtAY.. : For Terms,-Ac.,, npply Mr.. Ebb.i Davis, Bnnn Long-street.:. 27 G NEW WINTER" ■ GQOBS.. L A D IES' :. Fashionable) Jackets and' Capesv. SPLENEID LOT BOYS' SUITS.. MEWlSf Mackintoshes and Rainproof^ Cloaks for• all, at qualities; and- prices to suit all. pockets. .. .. . - USarstusa's ..... OPPOSITE RiGE'S HOTEL, BOWRAl. THIS CHILD WAS-BROUGHT UP CM 1 fiwft Bj TTOW TO GIVE' TJJE MtfClJlTd' ■ bUctnts yiTv lightly. on • a clean nutmeg giatcr, orv crush Very fine ami sirve • carefully with bon n;, - water, siirnm: welt, * ul • glVe through, iir.r-.y bo'ile or by spoon. As then if !k ll). BISOUSTS^—sb^ not advis*»i;«e to mid ' it. Intlu;c!iwofy»ui«*t and de...

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Bowral & Robertson. Free Press. Wednesday, May. 1,1901. THE HAND SEPARATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 1 May 1901

Bowral & Robertson. Free; Press. Wednesday, May. 1,,1901.. I THE HAND SEPARATOR? Less than'thirteen years ago the dairy in dustry of Australiawas in a* very primi tive condition.. But one separator factory ;was-established.. It was in'Illawarra, and the Sydney market was supplied with 'old-fashioned ill-flavoredidairy-made but ter; The Working Dairy at the Center nial Agricultural Show of'Moore ■ Park- in |i888'worked a transformation; The farm ers came, saw, and were convinced*. The ^V-ictorians'took'prompt actidn and launch ed-out! extensively.' into > butter- factories, and were years before Sydney. in > the ex port trade to London.. It was a memor able occasion? in the butter industry of Australia* and nobody.gives a-thought; to.' this voluntary helpers who then1 planned and conducted the Working Dairy to so successful an issue. In a few years the icolony. was-dotted-oven with' butter; fac tories.- The farmers' were- enthusiastic, 'and helped'to • finance the ventu...

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Robertson. Mr. Geo. W. Fuller Banquetted. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 1 May 1901

, - Robertson* nftir. Geo. W.r Fuller EanquettedJ Ai'tlie Boberlson Schdol'of 'Arts brt;'.SaturJ" , Hip ovening lust ' Mr. George W. Fuller," M.P., (tlio recently elected member for Illu wal'rar" in' tlio Federal Parliament) was uiiuquetted in excellent style by liii many supporters in that1 neighbourhood.- The ahbstantial little building-' was' crowded, otery available Beat being occupied, by Mr. Fuller's friends from lioberCson, Kangaloon, Eurnuvanpr, Pheasant Ground, Wilde'B Ikieadow, .'Bowral, and other surrounding townships.. The large assemblage testi fied'to the guest's popularity. In all tbore must have been 70 sat down to the b'anquet, which was a real oldeu time feast, there being a most sumptuous and up-to date spread. The caterer, Mr. Graham, re vived many congratulations for having so admirably carried out his duties, and the waiting staff also deserve a word of praise for they were very active in attending Co the \tfantB of the inner man. Owing to Mr. Fuller being a li...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 1 May 1901

Consumption's often caused bycold,. Neglected in its early stage, And once it gets a good firm hold", It hasn't much respect for age. Now when a man's so near the grave, When hope is dead .and death seetnB sure,-, Ob ! what can ease him, what can save ? ■ W. E. WooDd' Great Peppermint Cure.-. [Established 5 Years.] . AL£iEM ^ CO., PLAIN & DECORATIVE PAINTERS, PAPERHANGERS, &c. WOODBINE STREET, BOWRAL. Estimates Furnished for Work in any part of the - District. Only Skilled Tradesmen employad. Letters promptly attended to. 236. W. WHITE, FA?"'LY BOT'JSIER, Hoddle - St.,. Robertson.. ORDERS-CALLED FOR AND PUNCTUALLY AiX'fiiNDED- T0> - ' 760). g 55 ' » v B R O B E R. TSO^N; The Leading Hotel in- Town. Only BeEt'Crunda of Wines and Spirits kept;. SUPERIOR- ACCOMMODATION, ul; reasonable* rutod.. Fivat-ulnss lilLLIAUD '1UY-15I/E. (ioorl SlaUlng,. Grass PatidueUs, and.Gaule'Yards. £RI2D.. GRAHAM. Urojjrietorv.

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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 1 May 1901

i ITEMS OF INTEREST-' ) 1 ! Bord Grand Piano for sale. Seeadvt: Watch Lost—Watch found. Seeadvts.. 1 ForCIironic Chest Complaints,..Woods' .Great Peppermint Cure.. 1/(5. The Bev, Joseph' Dark', of Mfltagong, lias been- registered for- the oelebration. of' marriages.. The Mayor and aldermen of- the City of Sydney are to travel ito 'Melbourne for the festivities there by-special car/ j It'is-proposed :to improve the harbor-- oG Durban (Natal),; quadrupling :its capacit* The cost is put<down at .^3,000,ooo.> . Don't:forget to read Mr..J; Lal<eJs ndvt,' who has just opened a--fira6-eiii8s • liairdresa ing;.saloon'in -Mri-J. Beavati's premises. All this week trains-to-.- Melbourne-will be run-in two divisions.'- Applications fori sleeping accommodation <ha,ye.• been ver.y; heavy.-. The decorations"- in • Sydney for: the Royal visit are in .suGh-an-advanced stage; that ample'time :is:available-foritheir com pletion;. It is rumored 'that'awEriglish syndi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 1 May 1901

IN connection with the BOWRAti VOLUNTEER FIRE BUIGADE will be hold in. the Spliotil o£" Arts, Howral, ort TUESDAY; Muy 7.lteftosh'mbnts I provided; muaio by Mr. G. E. Vincentdancing from 8 to 8. ■ Doubie'Tickets, 3/6. ' 781- I.-H. EDWARDS,'Hon. See. ■ Our Soldiers in South Africa. THB ' aBsocintPfl and members of the Ministering - Children's League are prewiring to send a bos 3 of winter olathing tind comforts-to bur soldiors in "J South Africa; Contributions to the 'bo* will be' gladly accepted in the form of flannel for 'abirts, warm Bocks, flannel' bolts, slippers, paper; pencils, and packets • of swoots. — W. ii. ■ STANGER- - LEATfiES, President M.C.L. • 782 At Haig jand Co's,— Reckitt's lib. Boxes* English Starcli; 3d per " bbXo Less -2^1 per' cent.'1 discount; The warning cou'gli is the ! faithful sentinel.- It tolls of - tlio approach of consump- * tion, which has killed more ' pooplo than war and posti- - lenco combined. It tellsof l painful chests, sore lungs, i, J.:weak -t...

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AMOROUS SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 1 May 1901

AMOKOUS SOLDIERS A disgraceful scene occurred on Sunday evening at the Goulburn railway station,, between tlie time of arrival and departure of one of the trains conveying the N.S.W. troops to Melbourne. On the platform were several young girls and immediately the train stopped tliey were embraced and kissed by a number of the men with whom they bad not the slightest acquaintance. In. one instance six of the men carried a female nearly the whole length of the platform ltisaing and squeezing her. The girls evi dently enjoyed the proceedings, which lastedi about a quarter of an hour.

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The Dr. O'Haran Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 1 May 1901

The Dr. O'Haran Fund; Universal sympathy has been expressed with Dr. O'Haran by Catholic adherents all over, this continent in the anxiety which . he • has undergone in connection with his recent trial. This sympathy has taken a very practical- bent, in that thou sands of pounds-have- been subscribed for; the purpose of defraying the cost- of his defence,and also to present him' with a' substantial proof'of--their-loyalty to him/ The loyal Catholics of Bowral have not .been backward in helping; to 'swell'• this subscription. list. • A' special collection fprr this, purpose was taken ■ up at St. Thomas's-Chureh on-Sundays last, when ■ the satisfactory amount <o[<£8■- was- dona ted.. Further subscriptions will!be re ceived up. to Sunday next by Messrs. B;" Egan>and R.' Miles, who were - appointed collectors. For the same purpose a col lection was' taken <up at :St.! Joseph's, Mife tagong, .when £6 was the sum obtained. Aifund was started in.thattown...

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Railway Information. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 1 May 1901

Railway Information. | pASBENOEn trains-arrive at llowral from Sydney: — i 12.21 a.m. daily, Sundays excepted' 7 37 a.m. (Paper Train) daily, Sunday excepted ! 11.12 a'.m., Saturday only 12.55 p.m..dailyi Sundiiy'exceptod ' 5.33'p.m.', Saturday-only 7.5S p.m.' daily,' Saturday and Sunday exeeptod 9.28 p.m./ Saturday only i Passenger truins leave Bowial for>Sydney ' 3.C a.m. daily, Monday excepted 6 oG a.m. Sunday only, stops Mittagong and Strathfield only 7.3 a.nr.-dailyi Sunday excepted; 8.29 a.m. daily, Sunday and Monday excepted, | stops Mittagong and Strathfield only 8.31 a.m; Monday only, stops Mittagong' and Strathfield only.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 1 May 1901

DhiucTorra. G. J. COHEff Esq., Chairman. Hon. H. 15. KATElt.M.Tj.C.,Deputy Chairman.. Hon. IIENItY MOSES, M.L.C. Hon. 1UOHAKD JONES, M,L.C; EDWARD KNOX, Esq; ORNliRAb MANAGER:. T. A BIBBS, Esq.; AUbvrons. E. S, OAPB, Esq , and W. L. DOCKER, .Esq. BRANCHES in NewSouth Wales and Queens land. Agencies throughout the world. Bowral Branch','. GAVIN GEOliGE, Manager: is merciful to his Beast; The cold nights are with us. II you arc wise you: will protect your HORSES AND COWS with . NAVY CAMS ROGS, also Rugs made to order for either Horses or Cows. Horse Clippers, Dandy Brushes, Boily Brushes, Curry Comb?, Sponges, Chamois, Saddles, Harness, Bridles, Bits, Whips, Ac., &c.. in- great'variety.. Violins, Accordiana, Concertinas, Guitars, Mandolins, Mouth Organs, &e., &c. r School .Requisites of all kinds. Pioturo Fiamca in any style, . BONG SJOHG STREET, ISOWKi?,. " Spring Sotting^ Summer Sui fcin-gs. Tlie Practical and Reliable BOWRAL. TAILORS HAVE made preparationn l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 1 May 1901

it&mos; Reed, Injured. Mr; James"Ueeil,.str.iicl;.his let,' Hgniiisfc 11 calcn of iee in such .a manner its- to> hrm?e ii Bgvarp.iy., Iv •became very inuch swollen riml pained liim wilfully that he could hot walk without the aid of enilrhii?. He was. treated by physioi'mi",. nlsn used several kinds of liniment mid two,and n half fjnllons of whisky in bathing,- it, but nothing Rave any relief;1 ' until bfi»nn using Chamberlain's Pain Halm, This brought' almost n complete' euro in a \veek'n lime and lie believe? that had he no!, used this remedy his leg would have had to bo amputated. Mr. Rend.is one of the .lending merchants of Oluv Cnurfc llouee, YV. Vu. P,tin Balm is unequalled for. sprains, bruises and rIleumn tism. l^or sale by Sir. J). Morgan, Chemist. UjWl'ttl. ' ' J. G. MO&EIS & CO., auctioneers' AND• valuators; ■ -Stock nnil Prnpni'ly-Srtlonmcn, Firo and Life Insurance Agenis,.. bowral. . medical. i 33 JEg;~ W o'U Jit,!} S, ■ IJ.R.«:.EV(Lojh!):. (la...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 1 May 1901

Rev. S. A. Donahoe Testifies to the Good Qualities of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. i On' the 10th of December, 1897, Iiev. S.. A. ■ Oonnlioe, pastor M. K. Church, South, Pt. Pleasant, :\Y. Va., contracted a severe cold which was attend ed from the beginning by violent' coughing. He saysAfter rosoiting to a number of so-called '• specifies," usually kept in the house, to no purpo t purchased n botilo of Chamberlains Couf.'h remedy, -which acted like a chnnn. I lnosteheerfully recom mend it to tho public." For sale by Mr. JD. . Morgan Chemist, Bowral. WE always liavo on-hand now shipments. of specially prepared Ceylon, Indian,juid China Teas to suit our customers. We also keep the b'est Ooffce, Coeoa, and Esscnce of Collee. If yon have not tried our Ten, send for sample, fro£ on application. ; Y\vc have.tbe Flavoring-Tea in lib,. 21b, and 51b. boxes. Price—5/per lb. . (No Agent Employed ): 545 George-street, Sydney. ! T. B. Diuiwoodie, Monumental Mason;, 15 own A El. 8241 The Live Upho...

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