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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 February 1915

MR. E. A. BEEBT (of Beeby & Co. 264 -t i % Pitt Street, Sydney, Solicitors) until further notice will attend at Bulli Office from 10.30 f a.m to 5 p.m (Pay Saturdays). Mr Beeby 5 will also attend at WoUongong (Starr Bow kett Office) from 7 p m to 10 p m (Pay Sat urday evenings). Special appointments may be made by letter to City office, 264 Pitt Street near Criterion Theatre, Sydney. * ^ , — ? : ? : ? ? ? L—L ? . . & M OTOK Trips in a[roomy and comfortable ^ Cadillac Touring Car can be arranged to all South Coast Besorts. Terms moderate. Car for hire daily, C. JRlliott, 'phone 122, Wollongong, or Wollongong Hotel and Boyal - * Alfred Hotel 'Hi ? ? ' ; | Commonwealth i^feBanft-:ofHustralia 1 HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY JS Thia Bank i* open for *11 classes of GENERAL. BANKING BUSINESS. M STANWAY HOUSE, KING STREET, SYDNEY J Also at Canberra, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perch, Hobart, Briebane, fiockhampton, Townsville and London. '' - vim Cable remittance* made to, and drafts drawn on...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RURAL TOPICS MINISTER VISITS AN ORCHARD. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 February 1915

RURAL TOPICS HIKISTK'R VISITS AN ORCHARD. i0jgT the occasion of his recent vis 'r - at to iNowra the Hon. !F . FloWiprs, , . M.U.Ci., visited the orchard of Mr. : 1^5^. Jones, Fruit Pests Inspector. Mr. . s Jones Iwas found at home, busy in his sorting shed, with hundreds of. - ' dozens of peaches and other fruits i around him. Many of these were as Kv fiiie samples of stone fruits as could , v be seen anywhere, and after Mr. ? - -j ones had packed a small case of Iliis choicest peaches for his 'visitor, , he was shown round the orchard, : ?which iwas quite a revelation to him. ! He expressed surprise at the extent of the- orchard, the splendid manner! ail -which i# was kjept, its freedom from pests, and above all at the energy and enterprise of the propri etor, who he found to 'have come, from the same county in England as himself.— Shoalhaven 'Telegraph.' A€BI CUI/TUB Afc tt| PART- ME.NT NOTES hi :r.r poultry fijtthealthy Conditions and (Roup: A correspondent recently addressed ^i...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Wollongong Mails. Arrivals and Departures MAILS ARRIVE AT [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 February 1915

Wollongong Mails. Arrivals and Departures MAILS ARRIVE AT 9 a. ni. from Nowva, Shellharbom*. Unanderra, Dapto, Albion 1'ar.v, Kiama, Berry. 11.10 a.m* from Balgownie, Fairy MeaJiow, Ballambi, liulli Hail way, Tbirroul, Helensburgh, Clifton, Corrimal, .Sydney, Scar borough. 3.30 p. m' from Nowra. 4.25 p.m. from Balgownie, Fairy Meadow (Wednesdays excepted), Helensburgh, Sydney. Cy p.m. from Mt. Keira, Keiraville 6.30 p.m. Port Ivembla, Figtree, Mt. Kembla, Kembla Heights. 7.15 p.m. from Sydn-ey, Woonona, Bulli 7.30 p.m. from Shallharbour, Unan derra, Dapto, Albion Park. Kiama, Dunmore, Gerringong, 9 p.m. Corrimal. MAILS CLOSE AT 8 a.m. for Port Kembla, Mt. Keira, Keiraville, Figtree, Mt. Kem bla., Kembla Heights. 8.15 a.m. for JBfo'lgowme, Fairy Meadow, Bulli Railway, Helens burgh, Clifton, Woonona, Corri5 mal, Sydnev. Scarborough. 10 a.m. for Nowra, Shellharbour, Unanderra, ©apto, Albion Park, Kiama, Bunmore, Berry. 10.15 a.m. for Sydney. 2.4*5 p.m. for Balgrownie, Fairy Meadow (Wed...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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OUR NEIGHBOURS. (From our Exchanges.) CAMDEN [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 February 1915

OUR NEIGHBOURS. . ;-Fr°m our ExchajogM.^ -V . 1 CAMDEN ^ Stock sales last weeek: — |lgfc-;;*- . Pigs- ?' \\ - 40 pigs submitted: farmers' yard of 4 ;;f', 30s 6d ; pen of 12 small porkers 30a ; 1 - pig 39s 6d ; i piga (St Mary 's Towers) £8 5s ; 1 pig (Taplin) £1 7s ; 2 pigs ^ (Doyle) £1 15a 6d ; yard of 4 porkers A (Dunn) £2 Is; pigs (Stafford) white KV;- £2 0 a P J ; 1 pig £1 15s ; 4 suckers fetched £10s 6d. ^ - PoddieS, bobbies and veal era. — the p^o','; ^ same fall market, demand brisk ^ throughout. 1&- ; Cattle If , W. Mills, Camden 4 fat hfrs. £4 19s Hr » ' 1 fat caw £4 16s, 3 do. £4 10s. Kershler, C'town, fat cow £9 3s, 1 do Bp ?* ^ £7 17s, 2 Durham cows £8 12s, 3 fat v b£rs. £8 5s, 2 Durham, hfrs* '£6' 19s, 1 SSS fat hfr. £8 5s. 8 do £6 10s, 3 do £7 10i ' 3 do £6 4s 3d, 3 d ) £6 6s, 2 fat cows p; - £5 10s, 2 do £6 16s, 1 do exrra -£10 2s, Jersey bull £5 14s, spg. hfr. lg£-, £6 12 6d. W. Rofe, Menangle, 2 fat hfrs. £2 19s Ifek/r «J McMinu, Cobbity, 3 fat cows£5' 17s L...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 February 1915

. — ? ? . ? ? ? ? — ? ? c ? Bujfgy Harness English Pattern, Solid Nickel Silver Mounts «£4 15s, £5 6s, £5 15s, per set CHEAPER QUALITIES £ 3 8b, £3 15s, £4, 4s, £4 7s 6d SPRING CART SETS » Solid Nickel Silver Mounts £5, £5 10s, £6 6s, £6 17a 6d Miners Leather Belts Is 6d, posted anywhere Each Quality below Sydney Frioes. Inspec tion invited. Terms arranged GEO. JOHNSON, Saddler, Thirronl. 48 years PRACTICAL Experience. . Paling's Pianos, ? ? Easy Terms— ? ? ? LOCAL AGENT— PIANO AND ORGAN TUNING, AND WoOd BEPAIBINQ A SPECIALITY . ? ' ? THE MUSIC STORE * 'PHONE* 134 UPPER OROWN-ST. WOLLONGONG §MuCh Depends on the Careful Dispensing of your Doctor's Prescription A Slip— too much or too little of a certain drug may mean life or death. Expert skilful knowledge, careful and accurate handling of the drugs are essential. You are assured of this skilful, careful service with every prescription that is dispensed at I WISEMAN'S PHARMACY Having had years of experience, I am competent in every b...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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NOWRA SHOW [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 February 1915

NOWRA SHOW H3he SholalhaVen 'Association's an nu^i sho1^, fwhjch during the fpast two or three years, has advanced to the- first rank, -will be held otai; Wed- nesday and Thursday next. Special trains as follow^ — From Wollongong, Thursday, leaying 8,-iO a-m. Return from iNowra §.35 p.mi. ,«On Tuesday a trflln for the conveyance of eaphit)tts ' will leave Wbliongoag^at 6^15 -a.m.,

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 February 1915

Warning to Dyspeptics Mjany interesting paragraphs have recently appeared inj the Press con cerning the remarkable antacid pro perties possessed' by; Bisurated Mag nesia, and thousands of people now regularly take half a teaspoonful of the preparation in a little water af ter their meals as a safeguard a gainst indigestion, dyspepsia, heart burn* flatujtence, . jetc- It appears, however^ that in several instancies, other forms of magnesia, bearing somewhat similar names, have been .used, often .with very unpleasant, re sults. Hb . guard against dangerous substitution and ? ensure getting the genuine product as re commended by physicians, readers j should ask thfeir chemist distinctly i for pure Bdsura-ted Magnesia and in sist on being supplied in bottles having the full name — Bisuratec^ Maig* j nesia — blown in the glass* j

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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CLIFTON [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 February 1915

Cij'FTgi ' The Coalcliff Colliery was idle on Monday last as a. ^ fesult of a meet ing^ being held to discuss the ' niat ter of the shifitmen getting an in crease in wajgeb consequent upon the ; increase iii the j selling price 'of-coal. ; The 'question was satisfafctoriiy ' ' ar ranged, and . the increased rate -will be ^ provided for jn- next pay tickets. . The? Clifton publaO School has now an entirely now? stajff of ;teaciiers tho owlish;, of the indij^nation ? meeting re scently hel-^ at Scarborough 'having been acceded to by the department; i The; lad, Edward Smith, who was 'thrown from, ? a, horse last iweek. had| up tiii Tuesday last, -greatly im provedr but consciousness^ 'i had not: heeto fully restored to -that date. '

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Wollongong A.,H., and I. Association's Snow. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 February 1915

Wollongong A.,H,, and I. Association's Show. The Saturday attendance made a larger gate taking than for the past two shows. The finals of the big lamping con test provided two of the most im portant items of the dox's .program. For the Hunting Coat-ist, there were four of Mr. John. Vh'illiph's, Topthorn, White Chief, Young Ma honga, and Speculator, all of ;\\'bich were ridden by Lysaght. Bob, Mr. Ai. Taylor's, and Mountain J fld, Mr. T. Murphy's (Shellharbor), were the others in. The two latter were rid den respectively by A. Ttaylor , junr. and W, Collett. Topthorne did the rounds .without a mistake, . but Spec- ^ ulator led on points on the previous day and came out first.. Bob/a well built bay, iwas second. There' iwiere three in the High Jum^i final— Topthorne, 'Bob, and a chest nut pony of Mr; N. Gorrell's, ridden by C. Elliott It was between the latter and the firstnamed. Ttop- j thorne got over five feet three inch- j es 'without bringing down '.the rail, , and won. Bob wasn'...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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NORTH COAST NEWS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 February 1915

NORTH COAST NEWS I Bin»a Burra Oo's. pay for the last month totalled seven thousand three hundred pounds. - This 4s easily a record ror : the company, the previous pay being five thousand six hundred pounds. As the company has secur ed ten new suppliers this month its Upward career is still more promis ing. One of the suppliers received a cheque for a hundred and nine pounds for the month's cream from one hundred acres, and as this does not include pigs, it will be seen how nice « business a well-run dairyfarm can be 'ma.de. Three other Binna'Bur ra suppliers divided three hundred and fifteen pounds. Another supplier got one hundred and i fourteen pounds) off onb hundred and fifteen acres or with pigs a hundred and sixty-six pounas-— 'Express,' Casino. That, the pay' for this month pro mises to be a record in the history . of the Casino Butter Factory, is the statement made by -Manager I. Evans, The big supply that is com ing to the factory and the fact that we are getting (winter p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 February 1915

if you want satisfation when ordering a Suit you have to consider FIT, WORKMANSHIP, QUALITY PRICE & VALUE - L. Black's, The Right Price Tailor 55/— X— 55/. HAS STOOD THE TEST Ask your Friends. For A Good Fit Good Workmanship Best Quality Lowest Price Biggest Value My Guarantee — NO FIT NO PAY Latest Patterns in Galore Your Own Material made up. I personally attend to every customer. Always go to BL A.CK'S for Hats, Shirts* Ties, Sox, Braces, Underwear, etc., etc. - MY PRICES ABE L0WE11 THAN YOU PAY IN SYDNEY ? INBPECT^MY HAT ; . The Best Quality .Jk)^ -C v- , FUR:«f^|L.TS Mfe ' For LOW.EST TBICEB . . H||i|l jjj^r COMFORTABLE, DRESSY iw Footwear . AT LOWEST ?BICE6 ( , Consistent, with Quality. ) \ * For W.IS&R always go to f * It* ;A g^%r The Right Price L/i DJUx^ V I Vf Tailor & Outfitter ' BlacK's Corner, Wollongong. SIMPSON^m . c ??--?:' v '? - -:y:6^0 The NEWSAGENT, CROWN STREET , Wollongong (Opposite Commercial Bank) Forthe latest -Newspapers; Magazines ,...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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CORRIMAL [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 February 1915

CORRIMAL The coal trade is assuming a dull ness just at present. Last week'the South Bulli mine .worked four days, and this week a start was made on Wednesday; the next pay will prob ably be for seven days. OPhe Corrim al mine is working fairly well, hav ing worked eight days for the past fortnight. 1 , It is stated that a batch of news 'boys, on strike, are located near Ot ford blackberry; picking* the lads, who are said to come from Sydney, aver they are doing very well in ' itbeir new employment, j A concert is being arranged with a view to raising - funds to assist1 the local branch of the Red Cross Society. The entertainment, which ! will be of first-class merit, will be held in the School of Arts Hall in about five weeks' time. , ' j I Mr w James Vereker had the misfor tune, on Sunday last, to lose a val- ] | liable horse as a result of it being Struck by lightning. We express re- j gret at Ma:'. Vereker's heavy loss. Miss Clare's Juvenile Concert Kii-' j tertainers are billed...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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COLEDALE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 February 1915

COLEDALE The mine started work on. 'Monday there being no trouble experienced here over the non-pa.^inent oif nues. The coke trade continues to be 'fairly brisk, and' it is said that even, bet ter conditions .will prevail in course of a iwepk or two. ^ he wheelers at the colliery received an .increase in wages on Monday last. T!he death occurred on Saturday of Mr. Andrew Speed, who, about three years ago, -Jame nut from M^ct'eiiO, and has resided 'at -'nled'.le s'i ce. He leaves a wife and three sons to mourn their loss. Deceased was of a very quiet disposition and was much respected in this centre. ' The boarding house keepers here have decided to increase the board ing tariff, owing to the increased price of foodstuffs. A meeting was held here on Satur day night to disduss the question of constructing a swimming pool in the rocks on the beach, Mr. Miller, manager of the Nortn Bulla mine, promised to supply sufficient powder for blasting operations; Mr- Jones is to supply the neces...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THIRROUL [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 February 1915

THIRROUL Visitors continue to arrive herein large numbers/ the accommodation houses being well filled; The railway survey party have this week been (making the final survey in connection .with the establishment of a railway depot at Thirroul, and it is understood that a gang of' men wall be on the work 'of excava tion in the. course of a fortnight. Provision is also being made for the construction of an overhead bridge on the site of the present railway - gates, and to accomplish thisi'a num- . ber of houses: in the vicinity are to be resumed. The workmen of the shire 'Council are now clearing the sides of the main street of Thirroul, of' an ex tensive growth of iahtana iand black berry bushes, Result : 1A , vast , im provement.1 ^ The Excelsior mjme was laid, idle on Monday owing to a, cog In the main hauling rofle at qp.e of the tunnels breaking. The management will endeavour , to , at' ? s. ? many men as possible into the secoivltunnel, but as all cannot be accomtno iated a numbe...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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MOUNT KEIRA [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 February 1915

MOUNT KEIRA j Matters are now peaceful at ilie jrnine, all arrears of dues having [ been paid up by those who were holding aloof- There are prospects of | trade being brisk for some time. | Surveyors are at present at -vork surveying the land surrounding the site for the newi water-supply dam, ta supply Sydney, situated belowi Kentish Creek. IBoth the local Methodist and the Church. Off IBngland Sabbath Schools held their annual picnics on Anni 'versary Day. The fixtures passed olf successfully in every wiay. j | The fruitgrowers residing $t the rear of the Mountain report that, although the apple crop has been particularly good this season, 'the price paid' in Sydney for the large sized baking- ajpples is as low as , half-croiwtn per case. With good spe jcimens of eating apples the growers are doing better, realising, in some j instances, as much as nine shilliogs ? per £ase; second, grade are bringing only half-a-croWn per case. There is a movement amongst the growers to hold a; s...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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SCARBOROUGH [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 February 1915

- SCARBOROUGH 1 1 The South Clifton Colliery was . J idle on Monday, but started- work on ' ^|l Tuesday (morning. ; This mine, sup plies the' Klailway Department to a : ^ great extent, and the fact that a- -i® bout seventy engines have now. been f|j taken off the various lines has . had 4 the effect of slackening the trade at the mine. d In connection with the establish ment of a railway platform at S. Scarborough, for. the benefit of resi- J dents there, and, also for 'the em- 5 ployees at the Tunnel Colliery thr#-- - sites had been inspected, but none'' * of these, it appears, were suitable to the railway authorities- DJast week-end members of the Scarbor ough Progress (Association and rep resentatives of the mimers inspected '* a site near Browrfs Bridge, and it . J was unanimously decided to retJom mend this position for the favorable / consideration -of the department. -|An '*4 advantage of this site is that there is a road running to it* direct from' the mjain South Coast ?Roa...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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HELENSBURGH [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 February 1915

HELENSBVRfili A quoit match fo|r ten pounds a side takes place : oh Saturday at the Paragon Grounds, befcwleen Jack Le wis and George Whitbyv Both I-lay- ers have ben practising1 hard. At the iPolice Court, beiore the S. M., Walter Marfcin. drunk and disor derly, fined ten shillings; JSobt. Wil kinson, drunk and 'disorderly, fined ten shillings; Henry Silviuia, drunk, fined Ss 'or forty-eight hfours. p.. C. Harrts, . drunk, 5s. or ^orty^-edght hours.; _Geiorge V'*Francis Gardiner, Al jfred Christopher , Siddler, drunk and j disorderly, fined one pound1 ieach . ^ Ed | Word MteVae, r ot'ous behaviojur, fined jlOs . iRbijert Scott, alias Rnedden, ri Jotous behaviour, fined .V 30s. Henry 1 Wyilejj; 30s. | Jntthes Mlolloy, ' indecent language, |fined 10s: Satmiuel Hhorne.vcroft, ' for idrunketnness, . .fijned ? haAf-a-arown. ' J. S. O&fwe v. Terence Shwidan, for a breach of special colliery rule NO: ?9, assaulting Tlhos. M&guirc, fined one pound, costs* 6s. Sarah Dent v. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 February 1915

Tone and Tonics ' * The word tone, as applied to the human system, implies, that the 'va rious organs of the body are per forming their , functions naturally and well. 'When any of the func tions are impaired they are sajid to be ''out of tone.' Tonics are those medicines which restore tone. There are various tonics to act on parti cular organs, but undoubtedly the favorite tonic of medical men, the one suitable for the greatest num ber of cases is one which acts upon the blood. The blood reaches every part of the body and when it is built up the whole system quickly benefits. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are „7 on alcoholic tonic that build up ' the blood, making it rich and red er.d able to 'supply to the tissues of the body the nourishment they need to keep them in health. Most general debility results from thin blood. Every part of the t- dy Suffers and you feel 'badly all over' 'When the blood is restored, and a health-giving stream is going to every part of the body you soon see t...

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Exemption from Labor Conditions [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 February 1915

Exemption from Labor Conditions In the garden's i oart, Wrilcvpong, on Tuesday Coal Ltd. applied tor an exemption from labor conditions on- two leaseholds; Mr. A. Chapman* chairman of the company, appeared. John ©vans, consulting engineer, depoBed that the company held twen ty-one leases, area thirteen thousand two hundred acres. The area m question . was (in the catchment res ervation, . and nothing could be done jon the surface. ' Adjoining thei leaseholds the company had conchi ded. an option and purchased six-* teen hundred acres of freehold. The labpr conditions they (proposed t put on would of n^sssisy have ic. be' on the freehold. Outside the pre sent area1, to reach the railway the had to negotiate for a strip seve and a half miles in length; and would take considerable time to do terming the route of the railway and acquire the, land. Had put 'a bore on the freeholi to a depth ,v two thousand two hundred, and . nine ty-five feet; the cost for the boring only was a pound per...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 5 February 1915

J\ EDWARDS, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, COLEDALE, Repairing: Properties a speciality* Estimates given for all classes of work. Letters promptly attended to P.O Coledale D. EVANS, Opposite Post Offioe, ? BULLI, ? For Stationery, Tobacco, Cigars and ^ High-class Confectionery. Local Agency for Christie's Umbrella Recovers. Latest Patriotic Music. Violin Strings and all Musical Requirements. Iced Drinks and Peters' Ice Cream. I@p* All Orders promptly attended to Imperial Hotel CLIFTON. VISITORS to Clifton will find this New and Up-to-date Hotel replete with every modern comfort and convenience. Good Attendance, Good Table, Homely and Comfortable. Elevated, salubrious position, overlooking the ocean. Fnll Board, or separate tariff. Terms Moderate. Best Brands oi Wines, Beers and Spirits always stocked. George Williams Proprietor* F. A. SWAN Carrier and Contractor. Furniture Carefully Removed. fl Sulkies and Coaches for Hire. ?| Picnic Parties driven to any part II of the district at reasona...

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