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Rich Men for a few Days. FORTUNES WHICH DISAPPEAR ABRUPTLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 25 June 1898

Rich Men for -a few-Days. FORTUNES 'WHTCH DISAPPEAR ABRUPTLY. '' f ' That' riches, take' vijiiijL'S,- is,. )i truis^n ?' froqtienlly ilhistrateil, but \it is not of%en tlint fiirtuiies disnp{i-M'ivwith the inysttc aut uptness which uliaructeriseo some of the following iiifiilents. . A young fellow connect ed its a humble xvuy with a boot-rnparing busi ness received the pleasing intelligence that a fortune of fever.d thousands had been bequeathed to liiiu by an Aus : tralian uncle, who, during his years of; ? vaiiu, -.mm ;iiiM*M'u .^ii'iii- -jj sheep farming und agriculture; Ileing anxious to emigrate, tlm Iseir lost no time in crossing the sens, so, a mouth. f.fU'r his arrival matters weie- settled, and the newly rich man prepared to enjoy his unexpected fort h no. Ala« for the decision of men and lawyers! A legal flaw was discovered within tho first week, and our hero found himself - deprived of every penny, 'he money falling into the hiituU - of another jiephew, beni ing the sanit...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 25 June 1898

' I Owe the Perfect Health I new Enjoy to Clements Tonic ' A Constant Sufferer from Liver and Kidneys for Five Years, Resulting in Ucter Prostration. Air. Louis St. F.lino, Adelaide, South Australia, writes on Feb. 13th, 1^97 : — Just a few lines to let you know the great benefit I have derived from Clements Tunic, to which, properly speaking I might say I owe the peifect health 1 now enjoy. Ever since 1 enme to Australia, which is about live or six years ago, 1 have been a constant Miilerer froai liver and kidneys, which nt times brought on utter prostration, nnd mado life almost not worth living, I tried doctors ami medicines without (.?fleet — in fact most of them did harm to my system. At last I was persuad ed to try Clements Tonic, and .1 am pleased to say the fiist dose gaye relief and before .1 bad finished the. lirst bot tle 1 was a changed man. Three bot: lies completely cured me. 1 feel in duly bound to write. ami thank you most sincerely for saving mo from what I am sure ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 25 June 1898

rSDERATIOH ! A PUBLIC MEETING . will ' be 'f - : held nt Finch's Hotel, Hillston, on Saturday the 2nd' July, 1898, foe the purpose of forming a FEDERAL LEAGUE. . ' - i All friends of the federal cause are most earnestly requested to attend. G. A. BOLTON, Hillston. Depurlmanl of Lands, Sydney , 16th June, 1S9S. HOMESTEAD SELECTION AREAS. THE lands hereunder specified will be open for application for Homestead Selections^ on and after 4th August 1898, viz. : — 60151 aores of very fair graziug land when im proved, partly suitable for cultivation, r to 3J miles from Booligal, 50 miles from Hay Railway btation, within the Population Area of Booligal. „ ' ., „ . Reported value of County Parish Portion Area Improvements n ? . acres ^ Walgears * Bananimio 22 569} - do do 23 456j 22 7- Nioholson Tambalana ? 80 460^ J- Jj do do 81 , , ' 866J 1? if do Booligal 63 374 5 1® * do do 64 374 ' ,l ,? do do 05 ? . 413J « I1 I do do 66 ' 2461 14 - do do 67 ' 288} ' Tha Capital Valaa of the above is £1...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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SIGNET TOBACOO. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 25 June 1898

signet; TOBACCO. rj ' Signer'' is a seal — the eeal whereby, tha (.tnui eiiees of; 'he ' Sivnet ' Tobaoao is made known t-i all smokers who appreciate quality and exoellenoe. ; 'Admiral Cervertt reports that euffioicnl provisions are available for his fleet to hold out. until the autumn. ' Tho Bank of Spain has placed about £1,120,000 to the credit of the Sppnisb war fund. ? '? Arlmirnt ftnmnrft. with t-0 Snanish war ships, and enormous supplies of war material, has sailed from Cadiz for an un known destination. For Children's Hacking Cough take Wood's Groat Peppormint Cure, 1/6 and 2/fi Georgo Uylett, tho well-known crioketei is doad. COLEMANE'j EUCALYPTE EXTRACT . The purest eucalyfte on earth. Lord Carringtun's friend in inpuexza. The world's remedy for.chest complaints. Tho ' Cold ' ouro of Earl Jersey's. Bui note well Euoalypto not Euc'.ypti,

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 25 June 1898

GOVERNMENT ADVERTISEMENTS. Department of Publio Inslruotion, Sydney, 15th June, 1898. TENDERS are invited fo- REPAIRS nnd FENCING- p.! the HILLSTON PUB LIC SCHOOL. For conditions, see Government Gazette. Plans and Speoifioa tions may be seen at tho School, and at the Department of Public Instruction, Sydney, where Tenders will be received np to noon on Monday, 4th July, 1898. J. GARRARD. 8a-479. WANTED. A GIRL to do cooking. For particulars apply to Mrs. Morant, Race Course Hotel. TEHOERS WILL ba received by the undersigned up to Wednesday, July 13-h, for grub ing and clearing sixty acres of land, chiefly rang pin». Tho lowest or any tender not nooeasarily accepted, Tbe MANAGER, Hunthawang Station. CHAFF- FOR SALE. £4 10s. per ton, if half ? ton or over taken in one lot. M. EScC&NN, ' The Boss '' Store, Hillston. £t REWARD. LOST from Hillston Common, one yellow bald-faced cow, with bald-faced* oa!f ; oue yellow and whito co v -vi!h red calf ; and one roan cow with' 'white c;...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 25 June 1898

Speaking on S.i urday night, Mr. 8ydney Smitheaidthur iIie.Miuiatryhii'd nothing to fear in tlie coming elootoral struggle. A Culeairn meeting haa unanimously ap proved of Mi. Lyne'e opfo-iilioti to the Convention Bill. Walne, tho oyolist, ou Saturday, lswored th» Queensland mile record to lmin.. oflseo. The oattle tiek has been dixcovrrcd in about 2# different plaaee in Woec Australia. Tha area under orop this year will be the largest ever sown in River; un. Dr; Sanarelli, an Italian phyeioian and a pupil of M. PaBteur, the famous specialist, olsrime to hare dinooverod tbe ba«cilli of yel low favor. The wallabies and kangaroos presented to Her Majesty the Queen by tho Governmont of Viotoria, have arrived snfelv and in good health, The oo_#Bt for 16 miles rourd Sautiagode Cuba' is lined with Spanish troops to prerent the Americans from landing. The transports oonvoying General Shafter'g .army aro definitely reported to be off the Cuban coast. The Spanish fleet under Admiral Camara w...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 25 June 1898

OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. Sydney, Tuesday. — Tho Governor opened Parliament at noon lo-day. Thero was a lai go attendance of members The speech s tated that tbo Govu i meut did not call Par liament together earlier owing to federal elec ? ion, as'it might tend to encourage party conflicts or influence Iho issue in looal poli tic?. The result of the federal pell was equivalent to tho rej' ction of the measure. The Government d ; nut intend to abandon their effort in resf.ect. to the bill,- and will shortly supmr: a uu ilincrt bill to inoluuo the ohjeotion to the piii eipnl of equal represen tation, the omission of the Braddon olauso, a re-cast of financial provisions and moaty bills not to be amended l.y the Senate. Then.- will bo the sun.o protection for terri toiial rights of each mate as there is for the representation of euch ntato iu tho Federal Pa lif-.raeut. Tho seat of Government in stead of tho proposal in tho hill should bo adepted in a slightly modified form of the plan follo...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 25 June 1898

Mr. Reid proposes a- reform of tho elec toral latv, extending tha hours of palling. The appointment of Mr. J. H. Want as Attorney-General was gazetted ou Satur day. - Tae G-.ivevmnent schema for 'amending tbe Convention Bill meets with the approval of the Libor Party, but they ODnsider thoy do not go far enough. Mr. Lyne thinks tho Government is asking for mote amendments than it is possible to got. In New Zealand three poisons were p.iisoDod through eating porridge prepared wish stale milk. Oae oasa terminated fatally. Mr. Raid : 'When I voted for tho bill — — ' An Hon. Member: -'Some say you did, and soim «ay you didn't.' Mr. Raid : ' Who can tell !' (Laughter.) The Cretans are appealing to the Powers for a prompt settlement with regard to the government of the island, uud the appoint m.*iir. of a Governor. T-i» Government of the Dominioian Re public has rejected the offer of British financial assistance, made on condition that the State should fceoome a Crown colony. Serious anti...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Hillston Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 25 June 1898

Hillston Munioipal Council. Tfco Counoil met on Wednesday evening' Thera wero present, tho Mayor, and Alder men Wilson and O'Donaell. The minntes of tho previous mooting hav ing been reed and confirmed, tho following correspondence waa read and dealt with : — From tho Treasury, intimating that the balance (£1U 7/-) of the special road gruut of £60 had been placed to the Councit B oredit in tho A.J S. Bank, ltd. — To be ack nowledged. From T. Palmer, applying for one month's oxtonsirn of timo for the completion of his corduroy contract. In roply to the Mayor, the Clerk stated that Palmer's timo expired that day (22ud inst.), and that ho said bo hud the timbor cut, but none of the matei:ul wua yet on the ground, nor had the work been opened up. Tho application was briefly discussed, and it was decided to grant an extension of time for three woeks from tho da'a of tho meet ing. From Mra. Pearoo, Hay, enclosing ohequo for £14 odd in terma of ti-n i'.riiprnmise with the Couuoil iu regard...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS SYDNEY, Saturday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 25 June 1898

TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS Prom our /Special Porrespondbnt SYDNEY, Saturday, G p.m. ? The Cabinet has decided to Bubmit the following amendments to the Common wealth Bill : — The elimination of the Braddon Blot ; a provision to prevent over-taxation of thf states ; a return of funds by payment cf a lump sura upon a per capita basis ; doing aw»y with tho book-keeping system ; any detieieuoy in working the federal sohemc to be mot by tho states in which it bus ari'en ; the ' qual represoatation cUuse to bo amended or the deadlook proposals to bo aboliaheJ ; iu the latter case iu thu event of a joint sil ting of both Hourch a baro majority to deoie'e tli) matter in dispute, at.d in the event of this failing the mittier to bo referred tothe people, all States voting as ono nation. All bouuties to be paid by thu States granting them, and not to bo a charge on the federal revenue. In the eviutof the railways being tuken over, the debts lo be consolidated. The iisiita'jce of the federal capital bei...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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LANDS FOR SETTLEMENT. HOMESTEAD SELECTION AREAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 25 June 1898

LANDS FOR SETTLEMENT. HOMESTEAD SELECTION AREAS. The undermentioned Crown Lmiln, situate froDi 1} to o miles distant from Hillston, partly within tbo population area of Hi'lston, aud forrierly partly within South Merrovie and Cowl Cowl holdings, will bo available for homestead selection ou and after the 30th June. Applications for blocks must be accompanied by oue half-year's rent in ad Taree, and survey fee as specified ; cr if the applicant desires to defer payment of the survey fee, then by one-half of the total amount thereof,, Tho whole of the blocks are in tho county of Nicholson, parish of Rsdbank : — Portion 100, area 228 acres ; capital value, at .lit 7/0 per acre, £313 10/- ; nnuual rent, £3 IS/li ; survey fee, .-£5 3/3; improvements, nil; about 3 miles from Hillston. Portion 101, area 228 acres ; capital value, at £1 2/6 per aore, £256 10/- ; annual rent, £3 1/2 ; survey foe, £5 3/3; improvements, nil ; about 2J miles from Hillstou. Portion 102, area 162A acres ; capital ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OPEN COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 25 June 1898

OPEN COLUMN, We ch not necessarily identify ourselvas with the opinions expressed by our correspondents

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A Maiden's Troubles. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 25 June 1898

A tfaide&'s Troubles, : Miss Jamieson, d merry maiden, residing^ at Autumn-street, Ashby, Geelong, Vic,, haa had troubles of het own. ' They are now past,' so she told an inquisitive reporter re cently. ' Some few yoara ago,' ahe contin ued, ' I suffered from a very severe attaok of influenza. I oould never got rid of its after effects until I tried Dr. Williams' Pink Pillg for Palo People. Although generally ex periencing robust health previous ta this attack, when I was at list able to leave my iuuiu x wuh tiimuot oi gaotuiy propuriiuuo— not at all like I am now. And I oontinued in this state for some time. I did not mind the weaknesa so much, feeling Bure that it would wear off in time with good nourish ment. But in Maroh of laBt year I com menced to experience great inconvonienoa from paina in my right side. I consulted a medical mau, who said that it was merely the after effects of tho influenza, »nd I was not to worry myself. But, aa the paina oontinued, I did worry my...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 25 June 1898

Now that Mr. Gladstone has entered into his rest, wc- shall doubtless, be in undated with stories relating to his long' career. One good one that is worth repeating is told of a minister cf radical tendencies, who prayed' in the couise of a seivice 'far, heaven'? blessing on England's Premier in the following ambiguous: manner.' '0-' Lord, at this critical juncture of events oe pleaded iu grain time iUl'. UliKl stone and his fellow lede.Piners of England . ' may,\ 'hi ng toget her.' ? On hearing the prayer a bio.ther below ;who was accustomed to 'Amen' in ?prayer-time, and who apprroved of the Conservative policy, exclaimed: 'A men, Amen, may thoy all hang to gether !' The minister felt that he was misunderstood, and by way of explanation added : ' 0 Lord, I do not 'mean hang together in the sense which -oiir brother down below means it ; I tiiean, may they in accord and conc6rd hiing together.' , ' .Allien, Amen,' replied tiie worshipper, 'T don't mind what tiie cord is, so long as...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Federation. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 25 June 1898

Federation. Sir, — As the fight for unity is still to go on do you not think it would bo well that the peoplo of HillBton, who have apokoa in no uncertain voice in favor of Nationhood, should form a branoh of the Federal League and do their share in tbo maich of progress. None of the leagues have dissolved, and it's quite certain that aa a majority of between five and six thousand of the electors of New South Wales have decided for Federation, tho matter iB not going to be dropped at tho bidiing of our Parliamentary represent atives. Rivorinahns pronounced by an overwhelm ing majority in favor of Federation, and if is denied to us, then I would certainly do my best to secure separation from New South Wales with a view to federating with tho other states ; I do not, however, think that this will bo necessary because, if na show a bold front, and having a big majority of thb whole colony, Parliament must bew t« the will of the people. Tho fitnt thing wo must do is to form a branch ot ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LONDON. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 25 June 1898

LONDON, Wednesday. Three thousand Spunish and native troops who were advancing under General .'Monet to the relief of Manilla, woro ambushed ' by the insurgents in a jungle thirty miles fiun: the capital. In the figuting which followed Goncral Monet was killed. Th9 native troops then desorted and 500 Spanish Holdiers sur rendered. Thursday. A foroo of 3,000 Amorican troops wero strongly opposed by the Spaniards when landing near Santiago, but the latter lost heavily. The American Government are surrender ing the crews of the captured merchantmen for shipment io Spain, but the latter still retain Lieutenant Hobsou and the other prisoners who assisted him in blocking iho entrance to Santiago. The Times Btatea that an Anglo-Italian syudioate has been authorised to work llio coal and iron mines in ills Chincie uroviucc of Honan. o.- A..— ...J.. ed to sail to Manilla on Monday with the first portion of tho aruiy which is to oc.oui - the Phillipinea. General Shaffer's foroe haa landed eig...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 25 June 1898

Snue time ago six young horses were sent to England bj Mi. Living stone Learmonth, of CiroongrJ, Mr. Learmonth returned from England on Tuesday by the Thermopykc. The horses, lie says, arrived in England in excellent condition. They stood the voyage well, and soon became used to the colder climate of the old country. Although they were merely picked out of a number of other station-bred horses, ivml were too slow for steeple chasing, they wero regarded verv favourably. Those that were sold reached a good price,.; the. highest being XI 20. 'The difficulty,' Mr. Leariuonth said, ' in sending horses to England at the present time is tho necessary expense incurred in provid ing suitable boxes and accommodation. — ?' S. M. llerald.'

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 25 June 1898

Lkt the oroaker croak, and the hard time howlor howl. We know haid times as bad as those in a siok household. The start— a slight cold, geta worse, keepB everybody in tho house awaire. father swears, mother ditto. Avoid those troubles. Keep a bottle of Wood's Great Peppermint Cute in the bouit ; it nover fails, a half-crown bottle will cure tha wholo family. The Spuniarda have shot 30 deserlera lrcm tho native rogimouta at Manila.^ Indignation ia generally felt in Amenoa at a refusal by tbo Spanish to exchange lieu tenant Hobaon pnd other prisoners. The ' Novoe Vremya' asserts that Lord Salisbury intends great Britain to control the Chinese army and navy. 'THREE CASTLES' CIGARETTES. Ono of the most genuine sourceB of enjoy ment is a good smoke, and that luxury ean bo obtained by btnoking the 41 Three Castles Cigarettes. They uio mado from tho best Virginian Tobacco, und aro absolutely pure. Mr. Reid : 'My Cabinet givaj mo no troubie.' Mr. Norton : ' Doea Brouker never gently chide y...

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GLEANINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 25 June 1898

G LE A N I N G S . Up till 1 7 75 only two stumps were used tit cricket. -. , . ; t,iset' in tlto itte:i!ti;-M-i(: nt Stutt gart hits Ijwii provided «'i:lt n oyc. .,y. A linUies^sny'i thiitTiuin's lieads grow iipprocinbly - up- to the time lltt'ir owners -rertrsi^ty iivu vo/tr.sV.d, j Scientistswissert th.it tlic citV. is ill most wir.nouc iv rival ill us capacity for currying dtsptis0.g6ntis from place to place. .- ?: Tim peopli; of India arc thn most; prnno to litiqntion of anv on the globf. riicre \ro 1,500,000 lawsuit.-; .-;,\'C.ry yau'. ? : . . ? .. ' The number of cigarettes made ? iii Eiitjlimcl is lncreiisini; by leaps ami bounds wcekjjjri ? e.espitd ' tlic* holil that foreign4 iir.1r.ds have, obtained. ? Tn S\V(!ilcn .the railway stations where meals can^oe served to passen gers are known by the picture (if a crossed knife' and fork opposite the name -i£ the station. Switzerland, though fshe spends only .£100,000 yearly on . her army, can turn out 100,000 trained men in two...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 25 June 1898

? yy OT?rePWV V .V V V ,v * v^ ,:?w?/yYmYTO,Y^M^r ,r f /l/l ^ J$€% TP f- 0 9NTI§V 1 ' ( id, IS it WEiA IV A M-SED-j 'iyJl ? , n-, n ? ? r r r t' I'r , 1 V ? e H HP Rftff kKKr* KMNNKnStR/^KSiJsJSlSzL T. VARGOE, Tj'ite nf Mount Ciunbier. South Australia. SADDLER -fc HARNESS MAKER Hr« removed to bi'^npw. premises, opposite Tatterm!!'' Hiitfti, HIGH STREET. HILLSTON. , Saddles ana-. HarnesH of nit deecriptioiw made to order. ' , , Repairs a epeciaWy. ' a O-.iod 'wcrkiruint»b?p'f?nflrnnteca. A .trial polieited. ? ? || | FOR HE DEALS WITH FRED, jCQPKE. fae'W' A-frsorfwrttt. *Tunt1o Bund: 1 ? '' The Twentieth ''-.utnry' Lamp— 13s each 1 Dunlop Tvrep. ou*er covers, 30s each H »?» - ^ tubes,' 10s ,, 1 ' ump Cyclometers. 6s each. Dunlop Outfits, Is Perrv'p Humber Chairs, 30s 6d each j V fiators from Is each. Solution in tubes from 6d 1 ouser Clips, from 4d pair. Oilers from Is ea, j' Lubricating Oil from 6d per bottle. I Toe Clips, Is 3d pair. Bells from Is each j ' 1, K«-P!8 I ' ' NEWS AGENT...

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