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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 March 1914

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Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 March 1914

?HK CONCKRT. A concert was bold in the evening, when the hall was well, filled. Mr \V. .1. Polo made a capable ahair man. The audience demonstrated their appreciation of the entertain ment by the manner in which thev incored the various, performers. The following programme was gone through :—Overture, Miss l'eterson : song, Mrs I?. li.irmlau; song, Mr Dickson ; song, Miss MeNaughton ; song; Mr A. G. Ilosken ; humorous song, Mr R. Kvans ; song. Mr S. Janiieson; song, Mr S. Huddle; selection. Miss l'eterson ; song; Miss Barwickj song, Mr A. Chambers; song, Miss Stewart: recitation, Mi It. Kvans; song, Mr i'. Barnden; song, Mr rennezel; recitation, Mr Dickson. The tinging of God Save the King brought a. very successful entertainment to a close

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WORLD [?] NOTES. THE ANTIQUITY [?] MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 March 1914

WORLu " r^OTES. - Tin: AXTI0U1TV 05VMAiO»v ■ It. -haa•••.•been- vI;nov/n :<luifng- n -Ions: i t,me tint in Western Eui of a mai*' cxiGtcd-durin)*'^ 1 ov 1 now timt tlic gi cat ico aga 'consisted." of:wdifIcrentglnchU^timeHU:: separated' byjntcrglat'lal■■Mln\ca;/AJii'^3! glacial,* tf rata •Bno^linc?rVif'oppdti^ 2000 6r • ,iOOO; f o 91 h elo " proaciifrv • icyel ia; the "Alps,- . whorcnhV1^^^ glacialpjmes" U lay • aiiou^ hjghcrttiinn tcmpcratitre'sccma -^t^vhnvc'jJjccn^, •iiglipi 11n Mhc uitcrgliicinl pcriadu than \b is now Jh*to J« r^unJunt ■ *cvldcncc4;:..ilni:4it!ifi>.vOp!inlon;'OtijPaicfei;.. •Inew. use; and; one.'- that • becomc very ..important, J^Vvi)cch\;dis6bvcrcd'-.for" sugar bcott*. Mliis ; ' tho -7 making of' them into .Hour.: This flour•is'now-ljeins manu factured In considerable: quantities at 'Sarnies, in .Franco, ,v.hr.r,c an itn .mens? dryer ha? been built for the purpose. The first. part .of., the j»:o :cs!s consists . in - chopping .- up v tha. beets a...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Waitchie Athletic Sports. A SUCCESSFUL GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 March 1914

Waitchie Athleti: Sports, j A SUCOGSSfUli 'fiATIIKRIXG. The committee of tlio above were favored with glorious- weather for tbeir imniial:gatlieriiif? on Thursday last. The morning broke bright unci clioorriil looking, with a light broezsv .: just . sulliciently strong enough to keep the air fresh and bracing. People from ail. parts of tho surrounding district assembled at the ground to witnevs tho various oyents advertised to tiiko place. The arena, which is situ.uod in close proximity, to the town, i.i in ideid placo for gatherings of this kind, for the. line shady trees which abound are a welcome addition to the old people who cannot take an notice p.irt in the proceeding-!. The Ultima district brass hand, under the leadership of Mr I. Thomas, greatly enlivened the proceedings. - The result was jusfc what might he expected—a most successful meet ing, and the takings (which will go towards the Wuitchie hall fund) was certainly most' encotiragihg to all who took part—particularly t...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AN EXTRAORDINARY PLANT. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 March 1914

an nxtil\ormnvarv plant. [ The New -York Hotanical Gardens i possesses {l curiosity in a plant whicU | supplies its own water from.*an in i tcrnnl reservoir. It comes, says i ''.'Good- Health," . from the- Sonornj Desert *m Mexico, ;»nd is called tlio , Rnrcqni. . It develops . nn . immense . I thickened root and stem );nsc, ^nd m the short season, only a few-'weeks . i in length, during- wlmh - it can ob- ' I tain water from the soil, it supplies | itself by means of short tendrils, i which then dry up. Afior that it lies on the desert entirely detached from the soil. it is said that-it can store enough water to Inst a quarter of a century. The spcfimcn in New York- was obtained , in ■ 1902, and it has remained in a muss.mi cass ever • since. Annually, at its wonted sea son, it puis out 'tubers; which, oh-, taining no moisture or,sunshine,:si>oa die ; but the plant continues to. live. For seven successive vsars, repeating its annual search for moisture, it I has continued to sen...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 March 1914

For a Good Clean Meal Gall at •W. FADERZENS, Cl'iNTRAli 001-TEIC PALACK, -Hurgroavos Street, BENDIGO. (Opposite Markets.) Three Courses 6D, Beds Is. - "As Good as the Best." CONSIGN YOUR FAT LAMBS. • SOP. CATTLE & PIGS SPENCER MM AND CO., Sheep, Cattle, & Land Salesmer* BENDIGO and BRANCHES. WHO l'c£,' to announca to their clients ami tlio public generally that they have appointed Mr 15, J. Beaumont as iheir agent in Ultima and district. Mr Bi/aumont will bo pleased to order and fioctuv tnici>s, arrango trucking and The firm bog to announco'that IhoVare ^gcijts'.ajjain .this season for the sauio Jeatlmg irrji^pf exporters-,imd.'aU "?cndorsl if siict p md qufthly.can: depend upon receiving satisfactory prices;: 'Our sales in Bcndiuo are— MONDAYS—Sheep and lambs TUKSDAYS-rut and Store Catilc TllUBSDAYS—Pigs, at our own Bbku ar. i-ATUUDAY.S—Horses, ut our own Buttftrir.:■ . . v • ElXfAU B1CAUM0NT,- Ltcal Agent, •Ultima; -:- ' • • - . . "viStTORS tgIendigo " I : . STA...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 March 1914

MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KKuV.'V- i , Concerning.some parts of this exten sive district news comcs but seldom. This is not entirely our. fault ; we have no miraculous power of knowing what is happening at nil the placcs within our area of circulation, . It is the fault of residents in the silent, placcs. Will some man or woman take the mailer in hand and cause the silence to ccasc. If no one else is doing if for your district will YOU try on these lines ? Send* accounts of public and social , . events in your township or neighbour hood, such as weddings, deaths, accid ents,'concerts, sports, social gatherings, matters touching distr.ct industries, etc.., . . Write, the names of person* a:u'. 1 very distinctly. Don't bother film:; «»-amm;ir < r spelr f.»j»; it's'ihc edif.ifs u niT; to alter lho<e tripos. The b.ue>t skeleton j> enough. Write only on one side of the pa;vor. (live 'Mf.iriuatinn, but let oi-.i i« u . OI..IH-. ^ Wri-c ;«uir name and addres* on -dish ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TRAVELLING IN INDIA. THE NECESSARY PREPARATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 March 1914

TRAVELLING IK INDIA. ' THE NI3CESS/YHY PiiEPAli ATI ON S! i Everybody when on a Journev in | India carries his. own bvildinj;, and 'outside the. law . establishments of | the Government, o'-hcials everywhere ! it ts needed. You are supposed, any# Mr. I'rice Collier, writing m ,Hfcerib- i ner s Magazine, to tarry your own i bcddini; Willi vo'.J just as voh carry I your own tooth-brush. In the trams; —there arc. very U»n^- tram journeys, bv slow train??, in Tndm—in the guest houses: of tlics ftatiVQ prInc£tiKv:in.camq 6f m;ou and inns. .• v<jur:'owo. bedding js a necessity.. Tndreu. vou - can-scarcely earn* too mufrj ju ):k*m >f yon wish to be comfortable. All sorts of elotlnnc,' frwn fur coats* to the thinnest of I1ct.11, all sorts ol hats from a cap to a pith helmet, a spirit lamp, a folding table and chair, a small amount o! tinned or bottled food and a. supply of mineral water for the train, a lar^e supply of linen and underclothing, for one changes often, and the la...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A [?] MAN ARMED. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 March 1914

[VI Aft ftRMED. I I'ndcr the nbove tHR\ Major \V. p. Drury deals very strongly with t*hf question of Imperial Oeftnco ih«th<: - "Empire Magazine," -He docs.:.not hiince .mattery, lie points l:o.tiu danger acroes the North Sea, and; dc'. ;clnrcd that;the crowned; bead,of thai" j/roat, .virile, organising, rind resolute-, nation: jwrosfc- this. Gorman; Ocean -ha> - recently. dcclarcd to hls pcoplov thaf the trident—oUr . national \cinhicm ql naval supremacy—rquct he-, transferred1 to . their flat. Major Dninv however. Hnds« no quarrel "\vHh_vGm this. , v 1 "Necessity," hc.says. .^ncvtlesa^thaiv ambition, i9.:<triviaj;*bccrcrccrWiT/avdfc-; in ■ 11 tlic ^ i. rJtoMil' "i«g: H]>nee "of.Qo 10rtii* J!f^^n 1^1 b And speaking of ■'©ur^penl;- Majoij Drury says'All Hhc^rirouEitiR^putt? riot ism of . the . tcarh a mau at the! eleventh hoar to si-oot straight with a rifle that Kill? ,\t :>(W0 yards, .to .'say nothing of .that discipline without which-the finishe...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BENDIGO PIG MARKET. Messrs Mason Bros. report [?]under date, Feb. 26, 1914:— [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 March 1914

BIvNDIGO Pro MAUKKT. Messrs Mason l»ro.*. report flintier date, Feb. 2(1, IM1 Quotations: Heat baconers, £ 1 la to .€•1 5s ; medium do, lis to £o l5s«; light do, from [«£:* 2s to £'i 8s; prim-j porkers, £2 lis to i'li; otherj, ..£1 17s to £2 2s; Ktore.s, £1 15s to 1*2 »<; sack ors and sllp.s, lO.s W to iTm.

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Church Services. Services will be held on Sunday [?] as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 March 1914

Church Services. Services will ho helii (n ir.yiM.-iy i!. \t I a.s follows:— Ciu.'iicH or C11 ii 1st—1] :\ ;:i, it. Cn-. l.'lthim Hal). -Mr l>m:sit\"n;iHAN ('arum - Strut fnnl Kast. II u.m. : Cliillinyollali, 'i p.m. ; \V;utcliie ■1 p.m.; I'ltium, I.JiOp.m.- Mr,I. Kojim-.t Mi:tju»just (.'iu'ju'H.— I'liinja, Mi* Xutiicr ; Moutiiui 1-1., :i p.m.,' Mr l\ul. lings; JlNiHsla-l, '.I p.m.. Mr Koboits; WiiilohieSnutli, 7.J50 p.m., Mi Ucili:

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Ultima Star & Chlilinoollah Express Friday, March 6. ULTIMA RACE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 March 1914

| "Che Gltima Star 1 & ChlUinoollah Gxprcas Friday, March 6. Ultima Back C'jiUii. The annual meeting • of the Ultima nice 'club was held at Brook's Ultima I hotel en Thursday evening last, when i there was a good attendance ;present. The President (Mr F. Oomvay) lieing in the chair. After,the election of oilice* bearers (which are published in another column) a good deal of disenssiou took place as to the most suitable date for holding the inectini.', and Tiiursday, 1 March 111 was i'jfially derided on. Tbo programme selected will amount to XT»0 in prize money. It was agreed that the I publican's booth be conducted by the j club, instead of celling the right as in former years. The price of members' I tickets was fixed at us.o Mam<kk Land Buakj'. Tim 'following fire the successful ap plicants for Mallro Lands, which were dealt with by the Land Hoard which recently sat at Son Lake. Ultima, Swan Hill and other towns:—Parish q( Mit tyacU ; Allot.42, II. Phillips. Par...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 March 1914

' , Ult'ma Stock Sals NEXT SALE Tuesday, March 10 Thos. Hoiiow and Co.' HAVF.much pleasure in announcing to the public that they have now iccided to hold Fortnightly S;»\\s, unci * hat Mr It. 1'. Vurcellt Auctioneer, will >e stationed at Ultima, and wit conduct ales tli rough out. the district. The firm • topes by strict attention to business, to ncrit the patronago of the public gene tally. OFFfCF,—BROOKS* HOTEL. Ultima Stock Sale. Thomas mojuiow ami co. vii offer at their Yards — TUKSDAY, MARCH 10 Further entries invited. THOS. MOIVUOW & CO., Auctioneers, Ultima. LALBERT Saturday, Mar. 14. 74 THOS. MORROW & CO DESIItf. to announce Unit the rc quest of numerous elie nhand re- ' tridents of tho district they have decided ■ to hold I KEGUi.AH SALES OF STOCK at Lalbert. thenoxt of such eales to be lield' on above date at the hotel yards, when they will oifcr— Sheep" Cattie Horses Entrit; invited, to be sent to our local representative— MrVANDERFKEN, Lalbcrt, Or the ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Correspondence. THE ULTIMA LIBRARY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 March 1914

Correspondence. (The Editor wishes it to be distinctly under I stood-that, he doea -not necessarily cn I dorseopinions expressed by corr enponuents I under this bending). »* TJJ73 UI/miA LI Btt.VRY. TO THE KDITOFI." bill.—Tliovc wlio f(M;l interested in the Jibovo should not fail to bo present i,t llio public meeting to to held on Tucs dnv, tliu lOth March, nt 7.M) n.m. This meeting will havo to deeuJc whether the booksare u» be bought and owned by the incmbeis, or on the other hand, whether the library will consist of hooka borrowed from (he .lending* library in Melbourne. ~ That will bo the most im portant matter for the* public to dccirie. If wo are to have n library of our own. tlwrc 14 nothing to do beyond members subscribing their Just annual fee towards tl'O purchufe of boohs, and leave tho matter entirely in the hands of a library committee: such committee .should he appointed out of the member* only. Trustees of the ball Knve n<» right iu the lunttcr of being app...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. MEATIAN v. LALBERT. FINE BOWLING BY W. LETCHER. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 March 1914

CRICKET. ' MEATIAN v. IiAMJKllT. FINK BOWLING BY W. TjETCHER. . The first match in connection wills the tliiril round of tho Central District Association was played at Mcatian on , Saturday, the 23th February, botween 'clubs lojncsenliop Mentlan and L-ilbort. Tho game resulted in a win for Lalbert by ITrruns. W. 'Kelly and 1L. Naldor were the main scoters for Lulbcrt, while \V. O'Uriwi, 1'. Alexander and ft. Groy baited best for the losers. One notablo feature <;f the i;nuio was the lino howling done by AW Letcher for tho Lalberb team, who secured if wkt». for 25 rune. Appcndedare lhe|scorca:—: : . Mhatun. • ■■■:' It.ftoolh, b Letcher . ... . . .... 7 . If. O'Jitien, e sub, b Letcher ... 7 A. (hoy, b Letcher U J. Booth. 1» Letcher 4 AV.O'IMen.c and I; Letcher • ... J- • G. I'ruuncn, b.Leteher 0 V. Alexander, b Letcher .... 1 L .• S. Grey, l> Letcher .... . ... Jo. . T. rower, b f.etcher K C. Johnson, c Waters,.b Dro'.veU . li .. AV. Davis, notuut ... - Sundries ii fiSB...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE PROTECTIVE VALUE OF COLOR. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 March 1914

■run rnoTECTiyis vaujk'of coloh. One of the theories 61 Eunvin- is that in the comrctition (or cxistcn:c which must result from-the inadequa cy oi space and food for all, certain individuals are by virtue cf their characteristics: better 'fitted t<i sur vive under then existing conditions. Writing in the "Popular Scientific Monthly," l)r. J. Arthur Harris tells of the results of experiment* with certain:insects of the class which arc coloured by nature like the plnntu on whicli tiicy live, called-in biology •protective color. Altogether 110 in jects, 4.1 green r.nd 63 bro*n, were secured. - The #?reon insects of tlu 'species.'. liye'on green gras3, an J the hrbwh> ones-|on gra^3 which has hem dried by the sua. .Twenty prem in ;^cctb' ; \vcre placed on green plants ''^hrow.n plants. Twenty •.Crmvn^ • placed nn hiown VK'tntj}: 45 oii green plants, Tli» 'experiment'began August 15, I9iuf and observations were made* duily for seventeen days. Of the 40 indi viduals :: expos...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HEARING HEAT [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 March 1914

[ I ttBARlXG 1I13.VT. - > furnace i» . meter .«! Cyr6— 0ostat-.,.ot "lUo do; Janiero. Tha essential • parts. ol the \ apparatus are two"fdo?cdorganpipcB or whistles, and theso. arc attached to ihe. ends or: a ; tuiic serving as a wind chest,.' '.which has flexible tube.? • -ending in. a mouthpiece;. ani car pieces. One end of the 'Instrument made of- refractory material—is to ho inserted into the furnace. Iho whistle at the outer end has a pin Urn, with a scale, by which the cl fcctivi'tUmj;th of the pipe,can he vari ed as desired, and when properly ad justed, with the instrument in place, the iireman sounds the two whistles simultaneously by blowing into thu mouthpiece. Easily recognised bents will he heard if the two whistles aro in unison, when the furnace.will have the desired temperature. If, however* the pitch of the heated : interior whistle is lower than that of the cold outside whistle, the furnace is not hot enough, and vice-versa. Mea surement depends .upon the fact, t...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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What is Supporting the Local Press? [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 March 1914

.What is Supporting the. Local Press ? -What jm supporting Llic local press:— I .v-ilait sending complimentary tickets and j ■:./£.lmndhdlH (printed in other towns) with a f lequest'toattcnd and give a report (for - v :• . , the good of thpcauso)of the concert, social, | v.'-; v- demonstration or religious inent'n^ when , the name haw not been advertised in the loc.il paper?-' Ah ! no, my dear brethern, it is nut. Is it supposing • the pros to - gnu on« inch "advt" and want n X'2 report V No, my dearly beloved brethern, the perspiring jouma ist cannot wish his •; i". hand* in innocently and find bread, &c., for' i - • bis family in khsb or kn pahsk, pay rent, ^V ; wiges, taxca, and other heavy charges • unless ho is supporteddeeently, nolens nil . printing be kept in the district, or unless lie receives good adveitising support. 1 Notwithstanding ;v custom very -largely ; followed, I way don't bo mc.m with the ] •. press —encourago it and Kupport it; don't , send work out of...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 March 1914

£200WORTH HI'DENT 8AMI® : j-iLediiefe'' Hosiery . • IVIen's Hosiery ' 'LadlOes9 Woven Underwear Client's do. do. - :v' '' . . .. • • Latocl. -Novelties. Worthy inspection- ■ H. E. 6 M. A. CUTTLE .OS*'..--, . • ^ w •" ' Mo or C.its for Hire. 1ST. ■■J. Q'BRIE-N, Proprietor. Alp. Van, Dillon Street, ULTIMA. Building Contractor, and Carpenter. : ICsliiraatos for nil cljiyycn af work.' Plans mill Hpocilio.vtionM prepare*!. ' -Bituka'for r,alo »n any quimUtv.- • . NICHOLAS L. O'CONNOR, LL.M. ' ' 13.A., Bairis tsr,' Solicitar. Conveyan r cer, and Proctor, ULTIMA, -•A-Commissioner of the tuproinc Court \ . of'the Stato"' of Victoria for. . taking j - • Affidavits;. ' •-Exper' iat' hleomo Tux work. Jleturns >' i r-proiHsrly prepared uL n mcicier.ite charge Money lo Loud. T^ICHELL DUSLOP S\ALL1. Y~ AND B4LMtll, SOI.1CITOKS, . - 'UKNtHOO , nn<l IM'JBAWK,, Ifnvc npcni;il :in OKKJCK IN ULTIMA, U niter tho mtui:iKumunl' of ■ - R. K. SCHOOUW-', LL.O. . Intermediate and Emat Honorman ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 6 March 1914

J. H & Co. Deserve Success arulTry lo Achieve it. Late Partner Wm. W:M.i.ack & Co. STOCK & SlON AGENTS, AUCTIONEER, Land & Live Stock Salesman, BENDICO BRANCHES Mouev'to Lend from 4 per cent. JOHN BEEBE, A.R.V.I.A Bl'I.I. STHKKT • • I'.F.NDIGO. Write ur Cull. NEW ZEALAND INSURANCE CO. LTD. FIRE ACCIDENT LIVE 'STOCK CROPS and HAY STACKS. Agents in all Districts. Branch office : View Point, Bendigo. H. MARSHALL, Manager. BUY YOUR WALL PAPERS, PAINTS, &G„ From W.J. Straughair JMITCHELL ST., BENDIGO Write for BENDICO MUTUAL PF°TflANENT LAND & BUILoINC SOCIETY. Established 1805. Ilcaa Otliiiu— BULL-ST.. HNNWGO, SiuY Placo t<< Invent Your Savings A G -oil P'iit-o to Borrow Money.' RAI.I'U W. BROWN, Secretary. , W*rs«N & Co., Uoort, Aqciitu An Up-to-Dato Seed Merchant WM. MANNING, 315 Hnrgruaves-st, Btndigo Shell Grit, Quartz Grit, Bone Grit Bone Meal, Blood Mea), and nlJ £'oultr« Requisite tor sate. Before'.thti...

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