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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 8 October 1889

Legal. CONNELL[ AND TA'TCH'GELL, SOLICITOIRS, CONVEYAXCERS, PPOCl'TORS AND LEGAL AGENT'I SWELlINGOTON ST., IXlEJANG. and at Sandhurst and Melbourne. PRUST MONEYS TO LEND, uinsof £100 and upwards, on Freehloldl or Crown Leasehold Securities. £10,000 TO LEND, 'i0 olio soul, on Freehold Security. Mair Wm. . Rogers Davidson, our managing clrk. imay be consulteddaily, between .J _n, nit 1 pm., at above address. Private address - Cadusch's Conummreia HIotel. BROWN, ELLISON & CO., SOLICITO11S, WELLINGTON STREET, KERANG £17,000 TO LEN D), On Freholld and 1.caseloldl Securities. LOWEST INTEREST. TIRE Ofile is unler the nasagemnent of 1 Mr. MIYLES O'ItItIEN. Solicitor. Private addrrss-CUILEN'S HOTEL. 0527 'N Trust mone MONEY TO LND. £VL 10 or £400 on approved T.easehold i 3 or 5 years, at 7 per cent. I). T. lLUG;IIES. MONEY. TO 1'ARtMEIRS, LANDOWNERS, and OTIIHERS. T 1O LEN D, Large and Small sums of Trust Sand olther mloneys, for term of 2, 3, 5 and 5 years, or as agreed upon, on Lea...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 8 October 1889

Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITH! WEEKLY SUPIL1MINr.' TUESI)A Y, OCTOIIER 8, I1ss. NEAiLY three y0carS Coutry Trmuway ". have elapsed since the Act came into operation which sanctions the dis tribution of £200,000 by way of loans to shires for the construction of tramways. As yet only two munici palities have been able to avail them selves of its provisions, although up wards of a dozen others have unsuc cessfully endeavored to do so; and the inference naturally arises that the conditions upon which these loans can be obtained are too stringent, and need very considerable modification. The Act referred to prescribes two modes of raising a tramway loan-either by the sale of debentures under the Local Government Act 1874, or by loan under the Tramways Act, after a special rate has been made upon the propertywithintheparticular portion of the shire whichl would derive special benefit from the proposed tramway, and, whichever course is adopted, the council must mortgage the line and...

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COURTS FOR OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 8 October 1889

CoURTs FOR OCTonER.-Major Bar trop's appointments for attendance at courts in' October as as follows:--Tuos day, 1st, Ingldwood.; Friday, 4th, Swan hill Monday, 7th, Raywood; Tuesday, 8th, Wedderburn'; Wednesday, 9th, Saudhinrst Licensing Court; Thursday, 10th, Boort ; Friday, 11th, Inglewood; Saturday, 12th, Rochester Licensing Court; MoTnday. 14th, Castleniamne Licensing' Court; Tnesdly, 15th, Echuca Licensing Court; Wednesday, 16th, KeranRg; Thursday, 17th, Pyramid; Friday, 18th, i Kerang; Monday, 21st, Raywood ; Tuesday, 22nd, Serpentine Creek;. Wednesday, 23rd, Wycheproof; Thursda, 24th; Charlton ; Friday, 25th, Inglewood, Tarnagulla if required. ` : r.: :::: ' ;·

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COHUNA IRRIGATION & WATER SUPPLY TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 8 October 1889

COHUNA IRRIGATION & WA ITER SUPPLY TRUST. (FRno1 01O11 Ow oe ueRtSiON EN'r.) A meeting of the abovo trust was held at the offices, Gannawarra, on Saturdlay lost. There was a fill attendance of conn missioners, and a considerablo amount of routinc husiness transaeted. MIr. Gale was appointedl consulting en gineer to tihe trust. There were eight applicants for the oflice. The voting was 1c liced to two,Mr. Gale obt:aining five votes and MIr. Albreclht 4. An important letter from the Water Sup. ply department was roead, relative to the financial supply to the trust, requesting that a poetition be signed by the conunis atoners for the bIalance of the loan, lwhich would he suhtittedl to Parliament at the earliest opportunity. Mealntiome, there would bo temporary adlvances to meet rgent dlemands. In the face of the die mnands of contractartos anil others, and an overdrsft of ahlont£3000, it 1was considered that less Ihan fS000 would not place the trust in a satisfactory piosition....

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RIFLE CLUB NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 8 October 1889

RIFLE CLUB NOTES. Members of the rifle club turned out for practice on Saturday last, but as several were late in putting in an appearancc, only four marksmen took part in the match, smokers v non-smokers, Messrs. J. G. iRundle (cap tain) and D. W. Williamson representing the former, and Messrs. J. W. Stranger and J. A. MacKcddie the latter. The conditions were 7 shots at 300 yards (24 inch bullseyc), and 14 at 400 yards, military position. The smokers won by 1- points.. The captain and Mr. Crawford then selected teams to shoot for a small sweepstake, 7 shots at 500 yards, the latter proving victorious by 13. The following are the scores: S3rorKns v. Nox-SIOKEirs. 300 yards, 7 shots (largo target).-J. G. Rundle, 5,1.4,3,2,4,3-25 ; . W. .William son, 45,5,5,5,5,5,5-31 -.Total, 59. :.. J. W. Stranger, 2,2,2.4,2,5,3-20 ; J. A. MacKddlie, 5,5,2,5,0,5,3-25. Total, 4.5. 400. yards. 14- shots.-T. G. Rundle, 3,4,5,2,5,0,5,0,0,4,3,4,5,5-15 ;: D. 0 W. Wil. liamson,5,2,4,4,8,2,3,2,5,4,2.,5,5,5...

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AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 8 October 1889

AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ANNI! VERSARY.. The seventh anniversary of the Rerang lr.nich (No. 19) of the Australialt Natives' Association' was celebinted by a banquet antl ball on Friday evening Ianst. 'rho banquet took place in. the spacious bal cony of the Gilbert Club Hotel,tlihe cater-: ing being left in the capable hands of the hostess, MJrs. Gregory. . During the pro gross of the usnal list of speeches a terrific thunlderstorm burst over the town, con tinning for upwards of an lhour, and the speake wers e conseqitIntly placed iat a great disadvant.'ge, their voices being occasionally rcndcred completely in audible, even tt those sitting in their im mediate vicinity. The president of the bianclh, Mr. U. hlntlierford, occupied lthe chair, havIing on his immediate right Mr. J.1. II. M'Coll, il.L.A., and on his left Mr. J. II. Cuirnow (representing the Board of Directors). MIr. J W. Taverner, M.P., was also present. MIr. J. Cuilen,-J.P.,occu pied the vice chair. After the excellent tens ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 8 October 1889

. Trado Add:ossos. TILE ULOTU111N GCO. I i',ig . L-e (CL-Shta ..; , " Sa/;:C::'ý".', "~ý ; ý ' ý '\ED C'/2 rS GS TIVEEDS " .COATINGS TWEEDS ; .COATINGS "-TWEEDS COATINGS. BLUE and FANCY SERGE3S. BLUE and FANCY SERtGES. 1ILUE .arid FANCY SERGE'S.' Blue and Fancy Serges. ' ..O IAND . ENORrMOU STOCK. OUTR ;OWN. I\IPODTTNO. r ýIlE Assortment of DPiIIN an Ct-~ I . SUMMER EIOD i is eyonml nnht the best ever seen in thn colonies 'Ae'rlianal wit have:a l arge stall of the Best Cutters.& Workmlen -" .INVICTORIt[.. ALL WOOL TWEED TGOUSE S ('n order); Is 1.' .DALL WLoL O NWEED GSUIS (t ·-·T~I'D S· .. COAI'INGS. order), 46o. RUE nE FO S SAMPERGES. B::LU nnd FANCY SERILteS. Our 'Travedllr Visits the Distiiet. every ' e dTwo Fanct S. rges. .AND OUR T. MIDDLETON, General .11nn gor. 1ý W\ FRUIT and CONFECTIONERY . SlOP.-lArteatfrehmnts, Tea, CoN f een Etc.; at ll EIhours. Dairy iroduc purchased. Note :allvess-Near e old Lands Ollice, We An` muill;RIL we h;:1'v I irga qtaiI of thle Beington ...

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MELBOURNE MARKET REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 8 October 1889

MELBOURNE IAhRIKET IREPFOTS. The Australasian Mortgage and Agency Company, Ltd., rcport, Oct. 2sd:-\ ool. We had a small sale of wool on Tuesday in connection with our usual weekly: sale of skins, and found coa petition keen, tihe prices obtained fully sup porting the advanced quotations recorded in the hIwne sales now current. We sold Greasy, up to 103d per lb; and country scoured realized up to 17d per IcI. Shlcepskins.-ulltchers' greten lambs (thirds), to is lid ealch; seconds, is 91 to 2s 5d each; do firsts, os it to2s 10d each; do supprior, 3s each; do green skins (thirds), Ss Gid to is lid each; do seconds,is Gd to GisI3d each; do firsts, (is iGd to 7s lid each ; do superior, to Ss. D1)ry skins, country consignments-Lnambs, Sd to 4d per lb; crossbred, 2d to Sd; fine cross brel and comeback, Sd to 73d; merino, Sd to 7.d. Iides.-Ordinary Victorian salted, 2sld to 2Md per lb; dlo dirty, 2d per lb; do heavies, S2d to 3jd per 1l; do kip, 2}i to M41 per lb; do call skins, (light), t...

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RIFLE CLUB NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 October 1889

H RIFLE CLUB NOTES. TIle second match for Captain Rundle's trophy iill be fired to-morrow afternoon, commencing 't two o'clock, the conditions being, seven shots and .a sighter each at 200, 500 and 600 yards, military position, V.R.A. rules. The entry has been fixed at, ls., to be.iimde on the ground. The following handicaps in connection with the match have been declared :-Stranger, Crawford, Rattray, Rundle, scratch; MaccKeddie, 3 ; Coleman, Williamson, 5 ; W\ilkin, Yeo, Davidson, 9; G. Taverner, Fergusdn, ':Shelley, Kempson, Wilson, Treancy, 10; Hawthorne, Kerr, L. Taver noer, 12; F. J. Taverner. 14; Maxwell, 15 ; Baird, 25; Davoy, J. O'Donnell, Cnllen, Bell, Turneor, Livingstone, Connelly, Buns combe, P. O'Donnell, Patehell, Webster, 30. A' A'inatch ivill be fired on Saturday, the 20th October, commencing at 1.30. p.m., between teams selected from the members of the Rifle Club and the Mounted Rifles; ranges 400, 500 and 700 yards; military position.:: The following will compose ...

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LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH. SHIRE HALL, MONDAY, 7TH OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 October 1889

LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH. Snr.s: Ir.L, MONDAY, 7Tru OcTOnERn. --- I"....... -o,..: Ii.giis (-lmtrusn) Tee, Onllen, liastings, Horsfall, Dunstan, O'Donnell and Patchell. T'IHE IECENT TYPHOID FEVEIV EPIDEMIC. A letter was read by the secretary from .Mri D. . T. Ltghs, barrister, on behalf of Dr.Anstin,health ollicer,claiming payment of £12 124 for medical attendance on 11. Cartledge's daughter, who had been placed in the temiporary hospital provided by the council during the typhoid feverepidemic. Cr. Cullen moved that the letter be re ceivel and no action taken. Seconded by Cr. Hlastings. Cr. O'Doanull moved as an aniendment that the account be paid. Seconded by Or. Dunstan. Cr. Cnllen said that, when the outbreak of typhoid occurred, the Central Board of Health were communicated with and they wired back directing that the patients be isolated from any place of business, and the buildings disinfected. Mr. Cart lodge had said that he would prefer Iis daughter being taken from the premise...

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. [BY TELEGRAPH.] HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 October 1889

STATE OF THE RIVERS. IEIOGHT AIOVE SunuisE LEvEL. "LY TELEGRAPH.] Thursday. MuAnnA. ft. in. Albury .. ... .. 12 0 Echuca .. ..: .. 28 3 'Swan lill . . .. 13 60 Eusto. .. .. .r . 26 4 Saymour .. .. .. 9 0 tIURRRNDrmIDRFE. Wa"gga .. .. .. 16 3 flay .. .. .. 15 6 I:alranald .. *.. .. 15 7 " " ARLING. ' .Menindie .. .- .. 13: 9 VWentworth .. .. . 22 9 Wilannia . . 8 11

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PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 October 1889

PA RLIA MENT. In thie Legislative Council on Tuesday, Mr. Cuthbert, replying to a question put by Mr. Coppin, intimated that the Govern luent had under its consideration the question of the readjustment of the boun daries of the colonies of Victoria and New South Wales. The Public Service Act Amnou ment Bill was re-committed for the purpose of considering certain clauses, which were amended and passed, with the exception of clauso 10, which proposes to secure to fifth or fourth class otiicers who were under Act 100, and have been trans ferred to the fourth or third class under Act 773, the salary and increments to which they would have been entitled under the former statute. On this clause Mr. Fraser proposed an' amendment to extend its operations to oflicers who had complied with section 18 of Act 100, and who were engaged in the clerical division prior to the passing of the prin cipal act. It was explained by Mr. Bell that such an ametldslcnt would affect 67 oflicers, and mean an ...

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ALTERATION OF DATE OF AUCTION SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 October 1889

ALTERATION OF DATE OF AUCTION SALE. --We have been requested to state that the date of Messrs. R. O'Neill and Co's. monthly sale of stock at Pyramid Hill has been altered from the third Friday in the month to the. third Wednesday, and that the next sale will take place on the 16th inst., particulars of which are ad vertised in another column." TulE CONDEMNED MlAN LANDELL.S.-The case of the min Robert Iru!ells, con demned to death for the murder of Peter James Sherlock at Ringwood, was taken into conslideration by the Executive Coun cil on Monday. After a sitting extend ing over two hours, the Council came to the conclusion that there was no reason to interfere with the sentence, and the exeeution will take place- on Wednesday, the 23rd inst. Dlr.sar.s.-We have had tile pleasure of in specting a choice selection of dress samples in all the latest designs for this season, both in wool and cotton fabrics, as supplied by Messrs. Manning and Co., of Sandhurst, and have no hesitation in s...

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. THE EUROPEAN SITUATION. THE NEW HEBRIDES. THE FRENCH ELECTIONS. SUICIDE OF A MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT. H.M.S. CALLIOPE. ANOTHER DOCK LABORERS' STRIKE. POLITICS IN FRANCE. THE ROWING CHAMPIONSHIP. WOMEN'S LABOR IN LONDON. THE REVOLT IN CRETE. London, Oct. 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 October 1889

LATEST CABLEGRAMS. THE EUROPEAN SITUATION. THE NEW IIEB.RIl)ES. TUE FI"RENCII ELECTIONS. SUICIl)E OF A 'MEMBER OF PARLAL\ MENT. li.Ml.S. CALLIOPE. ANOT'IERl DIOCK LABOlERS' STRIIE. POIT.'ICS IN FRANCE. TILE ROWING CHIAMPIONSII IP. WOMEN'S LABOR IN LONDON. TIHE REVOLT IN CRETE. (FRO0s AIOGUS AAN) AGE COERRESPONDENTS.) London. Oct. 7. The situation in Europe continues to attract a largo amount of attention in the various capitals, notwithsltanding the re assurances of peace which are daily pub lished in the newspapers. Prince Biasmarck, the Chancollor of the German Empire, in speaking at a meeting at Hamburg, declared that for the present the peace of Europe was assured,and in the course of a reference to the actions of the Great Powers he declared that England was acting the wise part of the fat ox chewing the cud of peace instead of followinug the practices of some other of the Powers, who represented the mad bull, and destroyed without benefiting those arond them. the control of th...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE MARKET REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 October 1889

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE MARKET REPORTS. Messrs. Binny. Nicoll and Co. chaff mer chants, 56 Spencer street, Melbourne, report: -The chaff market during the past week hias undergone no alteration, except for prime green samples, suitable for mixing pur poses, which are in great demand up to (i;. The marketis still fully stocked with medium samples, for which we find sale at prices ranging from £4 10s to £5 as. Inferior very dull of sale from £1 10s. All quotations bags included. Oats-New Zealand, 3s i d; Victorians, Ss 4d to 3s 5d. Maize, 4Is (i. Peas, 5s. Wheat, 5s 4.,d. Bran, Is 31. Pol lard, is 3.d.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 October 1889

Trust MonCeys. MOtlNEY TO LND. £ 00 or £400 on approved Leasehold 3 3 or 5 years, at 7 ler cent. - D. T. ULTGIIES. Ml 0 N B V. TO IFARIMEIIS, LANDOWNERS, and OTHEIRS. 1 TO LEND, Large and Small sums of Trust and other moneys, for term of 2, 53, and 5 years, or as agreed upon, on Leasch Id and Freehold Lands, at lowest current rates of interest. aIPEVOY & CO., 21 Market-street, Melbourne. N.B--Lusiness for 188S exaceding £010,000. Borrowers are requested to place thefmselves n direct communnication. TRUST MONEYS TO LEfID IN SUMS FROM £100 TO £10,000 ON FREEIlOLD OR LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES. MACOBOY &. JO NES SOLICITORS, ALBION CHIAMBERS, SANDHURIST. OFFICER AND SMI I'l 117 Collins Street West, 01 E- L D O U It N E, ACC OUNT!ANT S FINANCE & ESTAIE AtENýTS, irAvE BUYE S-.ior, eountry propertics On eli,,Id and Leasehotl, from ( per cent. MONEY! c IRUST and other Moneys TO LEND, in I large and small sums, for a terrn of 3 or 5 years, at lowest rates of interest-on Fre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 October 1889

Tobe well ressed is to have mounted the first step' ini the ladder of success. Send for patterns' of choice woollens and self measurement instructiois to Tincoln, Stuirt, and Co., Limited, 238 Flimlers-street, Mel. bourne. ,They will soend them to you post free , they have the lairgest tailoring estab-' lishmentt in the City. A"capital' business esit o mneasure for 4s.: (ADir.) Wanted. WANTED KNOWN. FETOR a severe Cough, nothing in the world L' equals Dorman's famous Cough Mix ture. It is nice, safe and certain. It is cqihllyleflicacious in bronchitis and all chest alcections. G. K. DORMAN, CHEMIST, Next the Theatre, Sandhurst. 9512 Lost, Stolen or Strayed. . lS.IREWA1tD.-Lost from Kerang, on t!V 29thllSeptember, one bay Draught Horse, two . hind feet and.near fore foot white, Biald face, R in circle near shoulder; one bay draught horse; two hind feet white,. bald face,.branded D M and CO. over J F near slioulder. Above reward on delivery to s. and F. Taverner, Kerang. 9546 1 S. REW...

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COURTS OF OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 October 1889

CounTs FOR OCTonRE.-?M?ajor Bar trop's appointments for- attendanco.e-a courts inOctober as as follows:---Tus day, 1st, Inglewood; Friday, :4th~ Swan Hill Mlonday 7th, Raywood e.uesay, 8th, 'Wedderburn; Wednesday, 9th, Sanudiurst,- Liconisiing Coirt ; iThursda?; '10th, Boort ;-Friday, ?11th, Inglewood, Saturday, 12th,.. Rochester Licensing Court; MBLonday., 14th, .Castlemaine Licensing C:ourt; Tuesday, 16th, SEchuca Licensing: Court ; Wednesday, 16th, Kerang ;.Thursday, 17th, Pyramid;. Friday, 18th, Kerang; M:-onday, ,21st, Raywood; Tuesday, 22nd,'. Serpenti?? Creek i Wedne~sday .'28`d, 'Wycheproof. 'Thursday, 24th, Charlton; Friday, t25th, ,eiglewood, Tarnagulla if required;:

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BOORT AGRICULTURAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 October 1889

BOORT AGRICULTURAL SHOW. The tenth annual show of the Iloort Agricultural Society took place at the local show ground on Friday last, and proved very successfnl. The entries were munerons, the exhibits above the average, and the attendance of the public very large, nearly £00 being taken at the gates. The show was in every respect an unqualified success. The following are the principal awards made:- DnAUauT SToci.-Iimported or colonial entire-A. Buchanan's Champion of the North, 1 ; Ross and Mason's Peter Eden, 2. Yearling colt-L. Bagnell, 1: G. Irving, 2. Yearlingcolt, progeny of Chain. pion of the North-R. Lanyon. Brood mare--Ross and Mason, 1 ; J. Taylor, 2. Dry mare-Ross and Mason, 1; T. A. Jackson, 2; J. Taylor, 3. Filly, 3yrs R. Lanyon, 1; K. Beaton, 2. Filly, 2yrs -D. Ml'Ilnes, 1; L. Bannell, 2. Year ling filly-Ross and Mason, 1 ; D. M'Innes, 2. Yearling filly, progeny of Champion of the North-IH. S. Lanyon, 1; R. Lanyon,'.2. Gelding, any ago Ross and Mason 1 ; Thos. A. Jacks...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 October 1889

LTraCLO ALCMLCL SeS. THE WHOLESALE CLOTHING CO. L E Jn JA ... SEltS BLUE and _ FANCY SERGES. BLUE and FANCY. SERGES. Blue and Fancy Serges. AND L SUMMEli GOODS is beyond doubt A uual we have a largo taff of Best Cutters & Workmen TALLEDS WOOLCOTINWEED TROUSERS TWEEDS •COATINGS' TA WOO TWEEDEEDS COATINGTS (to TWEEDS COATINGS. BLUE and FAiNCY SERGES. LUE an FANOR SRGAMPL ES. LUE Traller FNOYVisits t SEG y S. Blue and FanTy SergesMo AND ENORMOUe STOCK. OU OWNTA IMPLORTINGING. TAILsort Aen of IASPITAERIN an !_ SUMMER GOODS is beyond doubt the best ever seen in tihe colonies. As usual usines have as a Tailo saf of thei esr at CWellingtters Workmeng, IN VICTORIA. ALL WOOL TWEED TROUSERS c (as to io order) to re a far . ALL WOOL TWEED SUITS (to WRITE FOR SAMPLES. Our Traollr publisits tronae Disrit every Ti Assor o MoTweedsCloths, Coti J. T. RAEDDLTON, GeSale aneral Sw gr.ill. W FRUIDENTON and CON., FETIONErs aY .L SIOP.-lers, o Mitchell-s Treet, CoSee, Etc, at ll heg tours. D anno...

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