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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 5 March 1914

- r W. HEMERS . COACHBUILDER, General Blac.ksmtth,Wheelwright & Horseshoer PERCY STREET," POP.TLAND. E. bgs to thc his numerous patrons for their liberal an port in the V al1 t3 n'tif, them a I the pbtlio ~ uaorslly thatb it will his eostant aim sla th ir u?olloma by do. uniformly good work. Naw and S9eond-ha.d Baggles always on Hand. j.unsmithing Done, and all kinds of Agricultural Implemente Repaired Careful attention given to the tyroing of wheels. Estimates given for all repairs, If required. h rsoo-Shoolng Strictly :.ttondod to. Pgglie of all lonsriptions Reptirod, iaintad and renewed. Plough Repaired BIade Lightest draught. W HOWELL. STABLISHIED 1878. S t'1es9or to %rC D. Beat Soulpt3r an? iYTlonumenta Carver, Portiland and Hamilton. JOB PRINTINTG MELBOURNE PRIOES.' O with i? he tide, orfouned 'being the Slaw of reds, at tin ling that a good ca of wsck is 0a3ti n ft diatriob b ,trno,w hIaveprocured THE BEST M.OHItNF IN THIs MARKET are now prepared to ompoto with the Im...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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CANTATA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 5 March 1914

CAs'ta'r.sr.-A musical treat will be afibrded thie residents of Portland on Friday evening next, when a cantata, entitled "The Haymakers," will be given in the Free Library hall, under the conductoirship of Mr. J. L. Wyatt.. DE? 'Iis'rlia.-Dr. Shlanasy may 1)e con suited at the GordlonHotel to-morrow and Satlurday, ad at Condah on Monday. 'WEr.DI'G.-- A pretty wedding took place att noon to-day at St. Stephen's ChuIrch, the contracting parties being Mr. J. II. Kenii, jun., and Miss Murley. The marriage ceremony iwais performed iby' Canon Carmichael in the presence of a large tongregation. Ti¶li. EYrs.-Mr- . Miarehant, optician, will visit as follows:-Heywood Thursday, .March 5 (1 to 6.30) at Commercial Hotel. Portland-Friday, March 6, all day, at Mr. Martell phar lmacy. SroiTs Dro'r.-Criicket, Foot, Tennis and Golf -Balls, Claplshaw. and Cleave's Bats, 4s Od to :10s. Wickets. Is 3d, 2s id, 5s, 14s 6d set. Bicycles, Sundries and •1Tyres; Fishing Tackle. All sporting goods at Melbourn...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 5 March 1914

IN MEMORIAM. ALEXANDER.-In loving memory of our dear little Elsie, who died March 3, 1910: aged one year five months. A bud the gardener gave us, A pure and lovely child, He gave to our keeping To cherish indefiled. But just as it was opening To the glory of the day, Down came the Heavenly Gardener And took our bud away. [Inserted by her loving parents, brothers and sisters.] DIED. BENSON.-At-her residence, Jones st., South Portland, Elizabeth, beloved wife of James Benson; aged 84 years. The funenal will leave her late resi- dence at 2.30 on Friday afternoon for the South Cemetery.          

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 March 1914

C)hamrbrlin's ,n."". Tablers Go Shaple and strong, rey Cannoo go Wrong. Rtmpltc'ity t a grrat thing In a oeriagC .oaohto.-rclafrilyto ror * o Lleinthe coo..toy~ an4 hann P.l ItloAeND. WAnRt U OR. CIlachlRn I Lae Feerr part, tha a)~ a'tlre-nothlr 1. eto r notl of Pooo't. re~tteobpre than othecr, 'We poy freight to yo~oe o~anl"'o- gaaeanteeeo~rey ronohlie-a·od Ici 000 hanre It ooenot-Col o .5 Write tor ittualco ted Cut.loy-·poat Maetalnea ot alt toch n eej· Irrrn-, Woertle·nad tolrte oosIPlteo o~ra III 28-38 ERROL STREE'T, j NORTH MELBOURNE. PiJI[ ['lA N I), AO: ENT? CILAIUE:S F'LEN5C'II PEOIO PIOMADE f:r the ne filothezi's Ftag.bl a u Lgd~ vrmn. kflll cit., h:uls a rea, cure ra inugw:r:c, marks t" hair Friend 4 e fg?mrl/-r 2. , atr Large 3/?0, 0t 1C:S Ci. murc. J N. liCrchani, linhiist, PortlCnCd sells " l' Pdic.'" msbNun4.b v4~ 8$ \O1 SV1C ALTSTCS O- C(, S."ILTIN4G OP'TICInS u'ELONG Makers of "e"f'ct Vision Glaszes ¶his will rolievo Eyo Strain, Headacho and Neuralgi. CIENTiPIC BIGII...

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ORCHARD PESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 March 1914

OF.CHiRD PElTS. eMr. W. I1. De?cy civarslhe fo ler ing atic, for tet t'i atif orhir , p?sts:--Iur fuog'aua aui-eas ~, spaiuy trets with ?i idlai.ux mitairt, ,tsIii- the 1 410 fot,,utt, thte is Olb bilu s iane 4:Lb bes i ,,e oil 40gla w trr,. F,.r chewinot isecra suOSh as tod in intihLI caterpilli~, utue ur~eiOaLe of leaid 11r) I, 2gis wVatr. For woal'y iphlit antIl .c a'e inects us-. an oil rpr.y alt- h l* i trers ar-" tld, tlt at. ,t stietig.!t, 1. li red oil to 1-i4 -s tf w'ta r. If u'i ,,n dornuait. penlh trers. it it.y e.t, tO use s. strintrti Ig i oil to 201tls w at'r. A_ a tO?a .cs ijray fur phidellitl du'i-i *?1h sulmlloir, I.e ?Rdvis.rl thlL us- ofi :t+u follcawii.i f..rtni'ii--l.- 5, viz; l" t,,. .bsc, lit 'ft suop ti. i'rIty ;'tia water. I isoIlve a'Sits by hbllit , ibu merer boil tobuico This this up in i Lag and at'ow it ti toak iin cauk if. water days or weekl lefuri' u-ine. sci ii toobtain alh itss' , rgth. A eojl i in er spramy, hle n-,atiiinitl. w' s thtlie linta -ol...

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Beautiful Things [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 March 1914

1Beautiful Things (By Waolt Mason.) T'lic heautiful things nra thu things wre do; they ore eaot the things 'we woar, os we shall finl when the jour ney's through anid the roll call's read up thero. 11/o're illustrating the Int est stles, with raimont that beats the 1111( hut the beautiful things are the smiles that go with the helping hanuld VW burdedi ourselves with glanminiaug gems, that neiglubours may dtop ,and stare; but thI Ibeautiful thiinugs are the diadems of stars thiit the righteous wear. 'lhere uruud boneu Iifuul thiungus in the poor mian's cot, thouigh eunhty the hearth and cold, il love rnud sorvceo arne in each thought I list husbdad and wife umuay' hohld. T'riid sri hu'lauitifuul .thli igs in thl lowest sluni whore wondering euutcasts grope, wuhier dos ii to iti depths they see you conma oiti message of help auhd hope. 'l'it bhesstifidl things tlist we mortals huu'J usuid flnsh iin the orowded strcet, will ill bo jiunuk wsheni we coiiio to die, snol rlosy' to tlio ju...

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The Woman on a Pedestal. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 March 1914

The Woman on a Pedestal. (]B9 "S8uffragrette.") On a nice chiffonier, on a bright little mat. Sat a perfectly benutifuil crockery 'cat, So prim nd so proper, so smiing anod iicat, And hIir crockery kittens wr ogrouped at her feet.: SaW Fb'iffto her ooiter, "Oh, lookI 'fit cnt is a 1 modl of Ihat siwe should *be. If we curl our tails stiffly anid sit upon innts We may presently grow into be utiful cntsl Tliat cat never himiits, iaid she never climbs trecs: She doesn't cliane leiaves that are blown by the brze, r .e Or ilay with ii bill oi the cnd if a striiiL. Oh, iio I she wouild iot attonipt such a Weo miist give up siilm uihniits mnd ili tate her. I Iroemder if it is iniplirolpei to pinrr? It is plini tlhiatino cut ought to sork or to pIlaly; She shouli sit oii a mIat n itls liar kit teiis ill day I" I er sistei Paid, 'Rubbisi "I' (Sho was iiot polite, Ilun still I consider her senitimeuts -rialht ) ''We miiiistii't do nothing but simper adsmirki mmlc Our mimiisvles rind clais ier...

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DONE SO QUIETLY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 March 1914

SON l 80 QUIZTLT. It comeslike a ray of sunahine. Makes the old folks happy. Makes the young folks joyful. Takes the load off the back. It's all dose so quietly. No fu's about it. What is i Why, Doa,,'e Backacho Kidney Pills. The little kidney wonder-workers. What will they di? Itasd what this woman says:-. Mrs. Johnt (uy, Portland South, sayo: -''My husband was a great suffered with his kidneys for a long time. ais back used to ache ferrfully, and ha could at times hardly move. He always felt tired and languid, atid had no energy for any. thing. Soinetimes he has been so ill that lie c-old not attend his work, in fact, was lit for nothing. Otie day a frietid asked him had he tried Doaii'-t BackachO Kidney Pillo, and as lie had not, le urged him to give this remedy a trial. He setit for some without delay, and they wilked wonders in hIs case. A few doses relieved him a little, and after taking four bottle he was free of all aches and p-ins, aicnd felt better in every way. Some littl...

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COOKING BY TELEPHONE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 March 1914

COOKING BY TELEPHONE. The Brido: "Hello Is that you, ninther? Well, I've got the roast in the oven, and it's beginning to sizzle. What shall I do nextP' If you try to pay others haok in tlheir own coin, you will soon find your self passing counterfeits. Sorno folks sell oit and move evrc iy time they ge t into a tight place. That) is jumping out of the frying-pan into 'hn fir ___

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CORRESPONDENCE. It is to be distinctly understood that we in [?] way identify ourselves with the opinion expressed by our correspondents. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 March 1914

CORRESPONDENG E It ut to be distinctly usulerstood th~ti woe n lie utw identify ourselves with the opidiou ervressed by our correspondents. To the Editor. Sir,-During the past week or two there has bean running in this town what is termed a "'boxing" saloon. Now, I was unfortunate and foolish enough to pay to go into this den. There were some young lads as pre liminaries going through the perform ance of "boxing,' and also older ones trying to murder one another.' One of the pugs a short time ;:go was a regular attendant at the penitent form of the Salvation Army and thumping the Salvo drum, but now has fallen away from grace. Tlh Salvo lad, stripped to the buff, was tile conquering hero of his bout., and at the finish stood over the prostra e form of his antago nist ready to deliver a murderous blow if lie dared move his body off the ground while tile ring lmn counted 10. This brutal game makes a hluman being below thei level of the bruto beast. Another young manl at a pre vious ni...

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 March 1914

THEY SAY That Btritin mtay rule the waves, but it's the pedagogue that wvaes the rule. '1 hat the airmun gets up in the world biplane dealing. That the butchers' strike wisi mostly felt by those who htad the bigigst stake in the country. That what mtty have been a serious sccident happenei ot Thursday last at Condalt. Mr. W. Marr was driving trom the railway stqtiots in a spring crit. The horse, looking bark,"took fright and thin cart was upset. Mr Marr was I iturd un~der it. but escaped withi a few bruises. Several residettts crtme to the rCeCUC. T'lint (ies wets regiug in tIte tiright lhourhood of Contdah onrt 'huredity, snd reetal tof the farmsieis erouid lost a lot of grassa. and in eoste cates houses wrre savrd with diflicuhty.

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(To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 March 1914

(To the Editor) Sir,--I wish kindly to requesL t per nmission to correct some mistakes which have occurred in your report of last Hiospital Committee meeting and also by inference on tile formeor occasion. Without adverting to other matters of lces import to myself in same report, I will conihfle attention to the letter of sympathy with Canon Carmichael, which you say "was carried in a h hlf-hearted sav; somne not voting at a!l," but, sin gular to relate, though there were others whlo did not vote my name rie. ccives special mention from your e, porter as having refraiined, so giving thie impression to your readers that be cause of the rer:nt happening in which tihe Canon chose to make two false\ stlitemcnts concerning miyself from his pulpit, whlichl hie would niot witihdra'w, though I proved them iuntrue, I 'am se filled with vinldictiveness that I refused to express sympathy with hlii in his trouble. This was llmad, mtore anparent in your last issue, when you devoted a column to ...

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STRANGER THAN FICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 March 1914

STRANGER ·THAN FICTION. Peter has k~een informczl thant'lic is not a neig~hbourly action tc& go behind v nssn'e back to writeoyi 5gm bn io thle papers.' Thlis upsets many of t~ete~'L preconceived ideas. lIe nowR seee that it is a deed of darkness for Lbs sun to shine down and purify our atmosphere. Hie bee been rnotified of oth~er phleno. mona of a simlilar nature, and fromn various sources, and almost all hrcathe threats of personal violence, le does not want war, and especially be doeS not want many battlee. So we will fix a time to settle these ecc~sunts every year. The challenged party, wlslch wpill certainly be Peter, has9 the privilegec of selecting date and place of mueeting. As to the placo be is indifferent, but h~e insists on? the dats beisig Ferbruary 29, except in leap year, whien it will be the 80th Now let us have done with skits and be ready to apt on the 29th Feb ruary, and the mecrciful powers grant that Peter keep his temlper. * * ·4 . The Irish situation i...

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Postal Arrangements. REVISED TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 March 1914

Pcota1 AzzzaEments BUVibED TO DATX. Maalelor the uadermintiouedoffices close at Portland:as follow: Places. I Assbst ad hailk . 1( I o 10 a as n.f( m 4.f ss rlicat .. * 7.1( II 7.1( s n 10 a m 1.50 a mIn7.rC In Iksttice **ms ] m .j1pua te . IOtlye h .. 5I i Ylcto~ - aILS ) g.8 Us6 c .s ( fbsci . cdii i rgn -Ila : m r gm i- 01rm Coksaioie .. ,t mIC smt p.0an 7TO9 f · r 1crdsh I1 ... C. C an is 1 I m; ,Q at m iii 0 m c C O sotu (I9 ar sncr .2la - I a 95 us days7.5 am .C orselo ., ·* 83 .0 s m .0n C',L qcba5 O ssc (cslot1 so!Vc 9rlW amilton s.... - 7.105 s1.50 m 7.TO am 7ETOa n 1/.0 aon o am oHdaood ;.. .·. 7.1m m 7.1 7.(0 am 7.10 a m 7.05a mW Lenatrucc... ..- 7.108m c 7.F.0 * LCridgk water m tam LEaptos .lat,1 *** ~ 7t a j7 0(,a dssyc, 7.15 aci -I 'fL telaomllc .- - 7.0 sm10am 7 .T0o m 7.E7. am a .aus o te us Idrino .w..c cl0 m 7 7.1C aum 7,10 am 7.50 imii. I.c n .Li 5;. eilltowc 7 07..a 0 .5a t saci I Lyc ~... I 71Cm L j7.f l.E nl (.a us'~t eountoGambier .... 50 ac 1Ccm 7 70 0m 7.50 ...

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CORRESPONDENCE It is to be distinctly understood that we in no way identify ourselves with the opinion expressed by our correspondents. (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 March 1914

CORRESPONDENCE yto be eintieLtly understood ttavt wee '1n so wa'j identiIyoursPelves teith th copitioe exressed b' our cerres'ponldents. (To the Editor) l)ar Sir,-After the controversy that took p'scO in our local press only just recently, and after reading your reports of the last two meetings of the board of masnagemiient of our local hospital, it speems to toe, and should to every right thinking person, that the Rev. Cuth herts tactics are not calculated to pro. isote harmony im s small community like this. His remarks respeoting the ladies end gentlemen who workie so hird to make the carnival a success are despicable in the extreome, and I ass surprised the chairman of that meeting allvowd him to indulge in such insult ilg remarks and not call him to order. lies has grossly insulted a respectable hody of ciricene, and I do sircerely lois that the members of the local frenehly societies will take the matter up seriously ted ask that gentleman () to spologise through the press for...

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Two Women at Thirty [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 March 1914

Two Women at Thirty Tioeri is a iomnn, Annije M nQillai ty .numle, whose profession iin liCe is to tliender tlio gairments of the ;Ich. Her diarckeisn hlusbnid loft hier when helo as Ulirely tlhitty yeisrs old with three cil Id cir to feed. She rises with the i'nwa' snd iccts wi bit isight ho e flled a ill *lay. She clothes hor offspiring oeably. fedtls them three tnneis dsay with good si tanitial ii cnas, scnds thlioi to elhol, *ii swolie eighlit hours a day at . the iost boaiutifll sashingl iiid it nititig ci or daino hy the hniiid of a iosmuan. Thlieu she cloiiiis nitid sees ilnd tc skq for her owsnii fiamily,nsud goes tis Ihi pillos sonriy snid lt ll oh ldeep. l)oss she ri pine in hcr quiet ioimelts Dots she isoiidter if life is sorth lie i Dc Does sho:ish is ititi rinut with irtiteles onii lie l)isilltusisniiuiciE f of 'dorrisge''."? Not she. leiing too hIsusy S thinils circititosus utit] titouhitl ttisghlits shto tltnakts Goti . ed IFrti whlit 1' tlhitnks God t is she, "f'ir t...

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NEW OSTAG RATES [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 March 1914

htW OlSAC RATES The new potial raiot, iteloding the pitiny pestlqe n letier., cone in force iit May Lt. The rediicedt rates are as follolw:- TIJROUUHOUT C~ThlON IUNWEALTH AMD PAFI'UA. Letter id ,pe i2. Lette ids,singl. ,Id eec Do. reply ,ld. eich helf. looiteard,eitglh lid. eath Do. ra ply, Id. oeah tHlf. Printed popers Sld .iir 2 o,. Books, pa iim C-i vee Aiiri aie , Oi per Beoz;. nI Aunttratio Old .per 8 cz. Manazin re-Printed in Aeotrelie, Old. per 8 n.; printed outoide Australie, Od. per 4 oz. "llnnonrd," O(d. P1r 12 C2. Contmnercial pievers piatlerne, snmpls and niercthardier, Id. per 2 oz. OVEIRSEA DOBIIINIONS Letters Irom the Comntnweelih to the Utijied Kia'gdrn,. orveroe dominiont, Britilh coleties hnd preccttiriitee except the New BebrideP, id. per t 12. NEW ZEALAND AND TIIEISLANDS. Thie rateo to New reonbsd, Figi atd British Stlronlol~ tliade aoe: Let Id 1ias 1'o aide tgte Id. D rep Id.ea Le tr itigi d. Do reply,ld.ench o ilo Mogozitics id. 8 .i, additional 4 o 04d. Toimks...

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GONDAH P. AND A. SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 March 1914

CONDAH P. AND A. SOCIETY. (From our cor'rcspotndcnt.) The annual meeting Af the above was held ic the ftlechsnics' 'H-fall on Thurrdaly at 8.30 p.m. The President (Nit. DavidOrmandy) presided, The annual repora was presented by thre secretary as -follows:--'Lldies and Gentiemen,-Your committre, in prr svnting the sixteen'h annual report, tegetlher witr tle balence sheet, have again to congratulate you upon tihe conrinued success of the society. The 1913 show was a particularly successful one in every way. No- only were thlere a record atteridanceand record entries in mos cleasses, but, despite the fact that we paid away tmtore in prizes tltant ever before, we have the gratifyittg knowledge to know.tbat the society is out of debt. During the year £22/6 was expended in permanent improve ment. As Mr. E Iwin Anneta has finaly won the "McIntyre Challenge Cup' your commruittee wi'l not for the present conduct cow by test competitors in conneclion witlt our annual shows. At the annual meet...

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Linseed Oil for Stock [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 March 1914

Linseed Oil for Stock' Linseed oil is of very great service in treatiog stock nilmonto, but when using this for unjioqils core most ho taken that it is raw oil and not tim "'oiled" which is more frcquently used for paints end varnishes, as this in in preparation has lost its active principle nur] is apt to prodoco an elfect ollpposite fromn that espeeted. Liniiaed oil has maniiy uses; in small iloses it is very feeding. Like cod liver oil, hutter, lnrd raid fats of all sir ts, it tan b) used is a vehiclo for the amlninistration of the moore potent hrugs; aiid in large doses it' is a very aonlrihihe piuirgative that can lie do pirdeud on rind his not tire violeint uurruperties of croton oil anid othiar drastio purges, which o irten gripe andi sinless given with samie caronirsertive, cause pau and distress. hs'or ilicate anrd highit-fleshed horses one ournce in a firan' mjirshi toico a day will often worhc swonildera and lbring 'them into a-slook anrd hreanlthiy rowlir Lion, which is ...

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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 9 March 1914

PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. Ybhj ollowing isalist'! telephcnesao ti sod aaIro:.-. huloie Fi 3mine. Additionai of/lown Ijoverootion. 3minm. tlrasxhlolme 84 Gd Ilynduk is Gd Cupe lielson 21 2d Cavendish ls 91 'Castcrton via ]ranxlholme is 93 Custertos via Hamilton Is Id Is Colorains is 4d Il Condah 6d 01 G'ossule Is 9d Dsnnlngton 3.I 91 Digby, via lIraoxholme Ii Gd unukold 13 Gd (Jlesthlompoon 15 4d l. llawkoadvlo Is Gd Hamssilton Is Gd illoywood 2d 2d Kentlruck .6d Gd hKilcstall Is Gd Koruit Is Gd Lakloe Bola in 10d I 2d Macarthur Ia 41 Ia llorino, via llranxholleo it Gd Merino, via Hlamilton laI d Is .t1 unt Ghmbior is Gd Mloyne Falia in Gd 3lyams)n Gd Gl' Norrawong Id 2d Neloson d Gd i'onalu.stt .Is Gd t'ort Fairy Gd Gd Port Mcriouno la 4d Ia Hipponlmurot Is Gd Tyrendorra Id id 'amolbuk 6d lid I Wullacedal 8d 681 1arrnammbool is 9 IViclkliff l 10d is 2 Wool lnorpo Is in Fro for messenger onll, any person dind ishlin one mile-3d. NSotc.-Brannxholm closes from p.m. to p.m. daily, and ...

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