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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 2 October 1918

"§§ o ^pleasure in announcing the arrival of an up to-date iefXeir Season's Goods. Having bought exception,-!*]] v 'ware in a posii:->n to ofler same at Prices which must ,^;oail- hi the Die.ss Depaitment we have a splendid '■f Poplins. Sicilians, Summer Tweeds in stripes and £ Jap., Tussore and Fugi Silks, Foulards, striped .^.Cambrics and Prints, &c. .:;rShow-room will be found a varied display of " Now V; \(iiiineiv in addition to which we have made up order Ladies' trimmed hats as designed. .conjunction with our Dress Department we are catering :.;;..ke Dress-Making in all its branches, our charges •cj&raie. satisfaction guaranteed. ° Tailoring Department We take orders for " Men's Suits'' to measure ) which we Guarantee are Tailor Made We \ have a large ran;e of samples to choose ) from. Boots aiid Shoes. This Department has also been well-stocked, and a vHt in this direction will repay vou! In the Grocery &z Crockery Departments we are right up-to-da...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Rainfall [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 2 October 1918

Rainfall The rninfull as records! ;it the Oobdcn post office for the pint two years, and for the expired portion of the present year is as follows :— 1910 1917 1918 j January 267 99 !)8 Febrnary 97 2 80 li>0 Marcli 41 2-12 1-21 April 219 272 79 May 121 •150 509 Jiine •m 242 812 July 292 l>i)4 17.<>5 August 426 38 fi 2.39 September ... •155 381 October 3 70 ,0.<>2 November 503 2.711 December ... 235 101 36.06 87.88

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE COBDEN TIMES Published on Wednesdays and Saturdays. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1918 The Dinkum Diggers. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 2 October 1918

CoBDEN TI IVIES Publhhed on IVetlnctdays and Saturdays, | ! - t I WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2. 1918 I The Dinkum Diggers. A fairly" good house greeted the •' Dinkum Diggers" on Saturday night id the Public Hall, and patrons were treated to a bright and breezy enter tainment. The first part was a typical French " Estuminet," »nd lepresented 11 number of " diggers" having a night out from the trenches. Songs and funnyisms were rendered by the various members of the company, and Mis; Una Ford contributed in uo small way to the entertainment. The second h>il( had some lirst-cliits items. Private Mills with his one string fiddle gave an excellent musicil display. Driver Walker and his famous dog, •' Anzac," contributed a pleasiug item, and the crowning effort was by Sergeant Copeland and Kid. The latter's mind reading turn for a boy of eight years of age was wonderful. Lance-Corporal Albin«on was a host in himself at the piano. The Diggers should receive very good patronage if they ever retu...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 2 October 1918

CoinmonuYaltMfcJBaii^'SustmHa IIHAD OFFICE " SYDNEY. r* p io?can General Banking Business PHnc!pui Cities end Towns of Australia, London, Warminster (Salisbury Plain), and Rnbaul. ICftMc remittances made to. and drafts drawn on foreign places direct. Forripu bills nrijotiatrtl anil collecttx}. Letters of credit issued to any part of the world. Nanking and Kxrhanijc Business of every description transacted within the Common, wealth. United Kingdom and abroad. Current accounts opened. Interest paid ui fixed deposits. Advances made apainst approved securities. Savings B&nk Department Branches, and over 2750 Agencies at 'n*erc8*u?J 3° Poet Offlccs in Australia, Papua, Solomon per anr*y™ ' I/- Islands, New Britain, and The Pacific. up to 3*«SUU IXTEKSTATK and IKTKKN'ATIOXAL Savince Bank Facilities JAMES KELL, Deputy Governor 1013 DENISON MILLER, Governor HW||HJ»B3g NOW ON Newest Materials Latest Fashioning Stylisli Millinery Wu welcome yen to stroll around ami gaze upon Hie newne...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Letters to Soldiers. NEW FORM OF ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 2 October 1918

Letters to Soldiers. NEW FORM OF ADDRESS. It is desired by the military authorities ubroad that the word " Australia" bo included in everything addressed to any of the units, hence the necessity for including the words "Australian Imperial Force," instead of " A.I.F." Confusion is being Citused by the Australian correspondents using the letters "A.F.A." instead of writing the words " Australian Field Artillery" in full in the addresses on letters and parcels intended for members of that unit. The " Army Field Artillery,- a British unit, uses the siime initials. Instructions have ; been issued that correspondence is to bo nd-ressed to " Australian" Field Artillery. In the case of infantry the distinguishing letter of the Company : to which the soldier is attached should be shown thus:— No. 123-1, Private Thomas Atkins, "B"Oompany, 21^t Infantry Battalion, Australian Imperial Force, Abroad. In Light Horse regiments the squadron should be indicated in the same way, as follow* :— No. 12...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 2 October 1918

All Business is a Perpetual Battle with Competition. : :(°): The most effective weapon available is Your choice of a medium should be guided by your knowledge of its pctontialjti^, its power to attract the undivided attention of the individual to your proposition. :(°/ ; A GOOD ADVERTISEMENT Attractive.iy displayed, "That tells of real values and great opportunities, Distributed by means of the large circoktion guaranteed by the T t w m ir W 3yIS iIrllio Orrlais for all classes of Job carried out prcziptly viitii complete satisfaction. 1s. Will send him enough j for another Week ! WILL YOU HELP? Nothing" Deducted for Expenses i OVERSEAS OLUI5, I Southern Cross Tobacco Fund, j 120 QiiPon Street, .Melbourne. i

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Terang Stock Sales. Monday, September 30. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 2 October 1918

Ter&ng Stock Sales. I I Monday. September 30. Messrs. D.tlpety & Co. Limited and Norrin, Toyne & Scown report having raided c.ittle and sheep. Fat cattle— Valnes very firm. Extra prime bullocks £21 to £23 2s Gd : prime bullock?, £17 ir»9 to £19 ; »ood fat cows £10 15s to £12 12s Gd. Store Cattle—Firm. G< nd framed stoic cows, £d 17s Gd to £11 7* Gd : others £7 to £9 17s 6d ; | oid rowj lower; cows and venlersto £10 i l"iJ. Young Cattle — Prices slightly | «ft-icr. Good poddies £5 lis ; smaller ■ an.] younger poddies lower. Dairy j C;itile — Good demand at prices equal | t'i lnt,j tuark> ts. Best springing cows t'> £19 ; good from £16 : backward tjiyj and heifers lower. Best milkers to £13 15s; good from £15; inferior classes lower. Sheep—Very firm. Six tooth ewes witli lambs, to £2 5s 8d ; extra prime wethers to £2 4s ; prime lambs to 31s 6d ; ratne from 10s. Messrs. Dalgety & Oo. Limited re port having yarded 118 cattle and 108 slipe...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Tobacco Prices. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 2 October 1918

Tobacco Prices. Prices of certain lines of tobacco, also cigarettes and cigars, were increased from yesterday. The Price Fixing Department was unable on .Monday to complete the new schedule ol tobacco prices, but it was announced on Monday evming that this would be available yesterday. The committee of city tobacconists met on Monday to fix the prices of imported tobacco and cigars, and a general increase was decided on. The following increases will be charged, the old price being shown in brackets :— Imported Plug Tobacco.—Imperial Ruby, (Ji's 1/8 (1/15), 8oz. 5/3(4/9); Lucy Hinton, 7Vs 1/4 (1/3), 5's 2/ (1,10); Welcome Xugget. 8's 1/1 (1/3); 5i's 2/ (1/9): Two Sens Aromatic, 3 oz. 1/4 (1/3) ; Two Seas Dtrlf, Sd oz. (7dj, 2oz 1/ (IId), 3oz 1 /3?t (1/2); Derby, 8d (7<i), 2oz Is (lid). T. C. Wiliiams' tobacco, namely, Welcome Nuggett, Lucy Hint on. Imperial Ruby, Golden Eacle, Ne Plus Ultra, cut, loose, loz 8£d (Sd), 2oz 1/4 (1/3), 2oz packets 1/5 (1/41, 1| oz tins 1/3 (1/...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Seventh War Loan. HOUSE HONOR BADGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 2 October 1918

Seventh War Loan. HOUSE HONOR BADGE. Thu War Loan House Badge, a fac simile of which appears below, is presented to all subscribers to the [ Seventh War Loan. Every purchaser I of a hond is entitled to one to show to I the world that he has done his duty ! by the men at the Front, by providing | the money to beep them well equipped ! and fed. In a land like Austiaiia no hou-e should be without this badge of patriotism. To obtain one entails but little sacrifice, and then there is the knnwled»e that besides helping tbo men at the (root, you are also helping yourself for the bond ig a gilt edged investment. In view of the generous conditions o£Fert=d by the Banks and the Savings Bunks there ig little excuse for any man or woman not ecmin0' to the help of the Government. For £1 down nnd ten shillings a month for IS months a £10 bond may be acquired. Interest at 5 per cent, will be credited the purchaser less interest at 4 per cent on the money supplied for a portiou of the 18 months I ...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 2 October 1918

A Badge of WILL YOU ACCEPT IT? IF one stands in the street for a while ancj watches the coat lapel of every man who passes by, many badges will be noted. The badge that ex cites most envy is that of the returned soldier, who need nor droop his head in shame when searching eyes rest upon his coat lapel. Another badge that carries the wearer past the searcher's gaze is the Rejected Volunteer Badge, signifying as it does that the wearer offered his all, but was rejected through no fault of his own. Then one sees an old man pass by, and he also wears his badge as proudly as the returned soldier, for he is a member of the Soldiers* Fathers Association, and his badge denotes that he, loo, is represented in the fight for the emancipation from the thraldom of Prussian "Kultur." Then one sees a young man, apparently fit, who does not wear a badge of any description. How can he meet the eye of a returned soldier, a rejected volunteer, or a soldier's father ? j The Government lias decided to g...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 2 October 1918

]!3Eli AFFECTS ALL. !•;:tiitlier jTolialiiy gate yon -jM tenifniber in the way of a .'•lira the lung-. You are .;;ss>. Dozens of people arc Cijffitioo, but they aie not with Chamberlain's O'iusIi •••. lie tiM-e. Nothinir th..t :-hs of ivili sive you the Cnnjli Rsaii'dy bottle wiil ivl:eve TO'i of too evfr bad. Soid by Iir-i Pollock. C»bden.

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Timboon. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 2 October 1918

ijjmb°°n' , conBKl'OSDESXJ F'. . n<U was fill^ '°the ■ff:j i iv..— ,'j;2^d Hi!! was Med to the ' .j"" 'fri-Jav ei-ening hist, lovitnessa children's bitt to raise funds tor rr.jiiisiti??. Mr. i:Jteeip.>udnt>t of the and the i'jj- s pronounfeJ si!cees->, teing taken ar tJj,» 'CjUftjit i-s i'u-' to our i.ica! '■zltr. Mr. Virtue, for tliG ir!iit'll lifi tJje h friki nrhm items, more p, s.: it denied .Mrs. Virtue 'tzIikipl'W* of ihu ivwk's ii;v coulii attend moiv sttaiaiuents. ih= rt?-pai>riblt» for the c' a mimOt-r of India.'/ h jiscj tirms. Miss Nellie L-sruJif 3csoinp,uil?t very I, Jt; MBCc-i't VMS COnsifJiTCil fct lull! ill Tunhtmti for Iti cbilJvn svent t/j nibc-ai a bitelj aud it j3 oiler impossibility to" 2d; one ol them. The xa tr tht girls wag n ry •> Jnjag iv.iy to f;ssp 5« i'iiloraiaijci3 uud • .it (iiocc /•}' i; - boys were .1 rote til tl"nk< :,i ■ Hi-. Virtue uul Mi-s ;t: rbe manner in which , cjicd the children was i; ifce ciiainuan, sec...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 2 October 1918

.'•SllMO COlTiHYKG. ''■-'■iwiouiVitia bv H'vin-? i-'-'^va'i Coojii Remedy. wA TOkfli5 tbe enure &5 ifais to iPiiw1 :. U i! easy tn la^ ^V»i,sal i; sale i'lt children '•iy. in mrciitics <>i any '■; S'd b; Mm;t5. Davis & Rs m4 Produce Mart September 27. - foV,l lifntt- ',— f>l itm'. and vegetables s u in'iltm a^les 65 per fe Gd pet bug > |/';lUw\>; ?ma'tl cabbage: 2d ''■xv' il \kx Wncb ; silver [i" with; 6d lo ^d '•'tan \i)>; \ice 275 Bd ; \o rabbit traps |V'-5 iUsmtt 05 6d", S»lv Ltr®G RELWBLE. 4'5<tid{4_ npau" i? an l^-rVAeto heai, and «be» .•t'aftuoB vsiUi Cbarober j-'-v4 Uktrhoea Remedy it ■^'•n tt.V;aWe medicine Eoi P'h'atn;, t,t V,,-,TCel romplniil t ? • M-'- t'j uVe and equally and adulU. Sold F1 Visit Mocls, Cobdeu.

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?]tter and Cheese. [?]ATIVE FACTORIES ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 2 October 1918

Isllcr and Cheese. IBiTIYE FACTORIES ASSOCIATION. IE3) cinternKe ol the Bvi- Bau« and Cheese fciiation wfi? h^lfl at IEr.il.Melbourne.on Thur-day | Tk president (Mr. M. 1. fenimlioal, was in the ■isiKsctiiite; of about forty pictis; «ie present. ■ r.;iii;fDrt stated that tbe pan years' surplus ■ iiihio ?ol(] lo tbe Imperial ■".::',!i:3u;lactnry price?. TIip WD t»y the Imperial ■v.!:;ODt-lisU share o! tbe I very satisfactory, | fttsmfpeJ by '-be Federal li:- anm»t fir the ■rbi-iiia was £570.000. of ■ winld be pni<l tn I lu p'i- ini-f )mu rcas.m ■? :i.i ti>H th« price? fixed ■"'ttifVfwdnring tbe ■>intep oive ad>qoitf ■f-s; f ii;e extra cost of il.; adoption o( th? ■"'■i-lwcM'if-et, which was remarked that know that durina ■>;=' jtit: the pri'i'i.icers bad togtii,er f0 =tronrr an ■'"B.'fcre-euttlieir interests, ■-•anspoke ol the necessity prctaiscd «e»m shading ■Vv'';trat itlay, and it was ■-"_iL; Minister (or Agricnl ■ ^ 15 tarry out his promise cream gradinc bi...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Red Cross Workers. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 2 October 1918

Red Cross Workers. The committee of the local branch of the Red Cross Society have once   more commenced operations and are   making strenuous efforts to supply   comforts or the soldiers. It is   urgently requested that workers will   come forward again as they did last   year and assist the Society in their noble work. Material can be obtained   from the hon. secretary (Mrs. T. M.   Drew.) There is a great demand for shirts for the soldiers and it is hoped a ready response to this appeal will be forthcoming.  

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 5 October 1918

PUBLIC NOTICE. TED. NORTHEAST DKSIRKS to inform tin; Public of C"b !eii an*l I'Wtriot. th.it lie purchased the llairdressing Business lately earned "ii by Mr. A. Smith. and has ulrea'lv oinini.'iioC'l business in the premises in Victoria-street. Tin' Very Best Brands of Toh.teeos. Cigarettes, Cigars and Pipes Stocked. Ihr.'.ijrs Cround and Set. Ail Work Guaranteed. A Liberal Patronage is Requested. TED. NORTHEAST, Hairdresser, Tobacconist, &c CGSDSN. BEG to inform the Public of Cobden and Surroundiiitr District that tliev have purchased, the Fruit and Con fectionery Business of Miss MvKenzie, and Solicit a fair Share of Public Patronage. Best Lollies. Fresh Fruit and Vegetables kept, also .Soft Prinks, Scu. Tca Rooms a Specialty. THE COBDEN CASH BOOT PALACE. tText dooi to Mechanics' Institute As Cheap as any House in the City. 8, rOOMU TX TH.VXKIXG her many Customer^ -J- for pa;; favors, resp.'Ct fully a-k'j for a continuance of their patronage. A v('ell-:i--,3irted Stock of...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE COBDEN TIMES Published on Wednesdays and Saturdays. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1918. Patriotic Social. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 5 October 1918

J THE ' _ . "T' ■ iUOBDEiv * ! i [ ■ : FuhlititCil on (jmi \ SATl'llDAY, OCTOllKi: 5, VMS. Patriotic Social. A in ii i! i f jatiioiii; fund-: w>s lit Id at lVn.icnii lu-t unit, and provi (1 11 hnitu :-uecess. The FliUton lion-'.' w a - pivitily deeoratrd tin- occasion, and ; 1 ie hug-.' number oi people who nt tended gave the promoters cirrut eneoui ag'-menf- fo: thr-H' first ili' rt. Tiny caini' from Cfiinpi-rdniMi, Xaroghid, tiuotuk, Teraug. Cobden, CKiiu-icn.Glirn.'i nu.-tciti, Noorit iiml KoI.iim. Tli.- funds will be.nefi to the extent of £10 or m ire. I>ancm# whs going ti!i h ilf-pi^s four in the morning. Mi'. Jjvi"'. Potter ami local players supplied tilt; music >nnl Mr. John Mea»licr carried out till' duties of M 0. Vi.fill item-* were rendered ly Mr. and Mrs. IJoel.'ing aim family, Mr. ]). Grnit, Mr. J. Meagher and other--. an'.i an t>ujo> -i!ilt ewninu was biouitht tn a r!(Ko witii I lie singlll" <>l All'd Lang Syne. Gl'llt credit is iJ*:;• to M...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Railway Time-Table. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 5 October 1918

Railway Time-Table. The following Time-table of'the trains running between .Melbourne and For I<*airv is a? published in the Governmen Bool; Time-table of May 10 1917 : — - ! J I iU*p. v?(1ois«»i • •• Y*rv»vlH Siiots*'00" " sWrt .» ' ... 1^™ s'-Irtl) slu".u , Sort!' Gccl°"V atv. \ Geelo^' ^outl! C.ocl-ns M^aU - Gv„ve.l;ve ••• Vet tn*«' Moriiic \',ueWey y/iueUeUea '" Aniiyv.v^ - UivvoiiU''ril W'.MUCO'll'' — Iviuwiivra , C-.V.1C tfu.neytova - i-umbornon... Wccrito — . C;inn'CV-lo'.vn I nrr.l I dep. ! llL'P Terally Garvoc rannmre I'udgee Alhuisford ... DtT:nin;_:!on 11 Iowa dep. iU*p.' , arr. I dep. Koroit Crowley K:rki"t;il] Moyne Kosebrook Port I'Viiry arr. a in P. ni. ii. m t; :;o 7 0 'l 22 o 35 " 7 5 * 0 42. 7 12 <U 30 * t * . * ; * * i; 4;i in V 38 7 2 7 32 1 50 7 17 7 n; 5 3 7 :i!> S 7 5 21 7 50 .8 IS 5 35 7 58 s ■j.; 5 12 S •! s 32 5 17 8 S 8 37 r, .52 8 13 $ 41 .5 .57 8 35 r. 17 8 11 i) 22 8 -IS li 2'J S 53 (i 3f a s fij 48 11 17 (i at! !> 27, 7 6 y ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRUMBS [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 5 October 1918

OK U Xi B!i Cohden -'tor!; stiI's in Kridiy. I T<»:ui£» S'rrk «n'pann Mimdnv next C'-vmjTtrft^wK Stork ?a'cR on Tuesday nest. Ilryt, plinrv Shire Council meets on Wi (liicfiluy next. Mes-r«. Silvo-t-r & McC machy will hold tlu-ir iii st pi a -uljat Cobden on M onday. October 7. I)I'rew iidvcrti-'c-i tlmr lie hns an excellent Abbott I'liL'fty for sale, which may hp inspected nt bin- residence. Mr. J. liangh will visit Cobden on Friday, October 18, mid may hp coil sill u-d lit his rooms opposite the V'C-uvu'P. Mes-rs. IInllvbnrtiin and Anson, Cm pc-nd« it. ndvcrii-p ihtif lln-y intend in i;iipound uny stuck found tri-.-p;i-in« on th' k properties. Commencing from to-morrow the evening servicr af fi!. Mary's Church of Knnlninl, Cohden, will bp he'd nt 7 o" tliritiiglimit Miesumni>r months. Messrs. Silvest"r it McC'inaehy in conjunction with the Victorian Producer? will hold a clearing sale. on account of Mr. J. L. Vagg to-day. At a tnf:rf:iiifj of the congregation...

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TIMBOON LINE. Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 5 October 1918

TIM)>O0N LINK. Monday, WL-rtnc^J.iv. KrMny and .SaturJ.-iv Mi'.ib'Hirne ilep a.m. fi.HO Tmiljnon i.l op i>.m 2 45 n 1 11.51 Gleufyne §3.17 Ounip'd'wn < p.m. Cotxlen 3.15 d I 12.2;". Karonbiit §1.3 Narnghid I2.4S C'mpM'wn | ('j 4.45 Cob'k'n l.HI 5 :i5 Gleiifync l.-'S IK'l^oviree arr 10.45 Timboon uvr 2.5 Children under 3 travel free ; under 14 half lure. For di-ta»ce? over twenty mile? re turn tickets are available for two months. Firit-cln-s pn--<-nm*rs aiv aiiowed 112 lbs., anil «ecoi:(i-eI»is 81 IIi.-j. of buna fide ltiKff'igt' free ol charge ; with the exception that passengers holJiug first class fhi'iip excursion tickets are allowed to carry free of charge, only 56 lbs., 'ind seconds-class i'i il)~. of bona fide lil^itnm>. Unless odienmo specially provided, ehtap'-cxcur-iiou tickets will not be #7ail oble by exprojB truina.

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