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Shire of Walpeup. ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING TUESDAY, JUNE 23. 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 3 July 1914

Shire of Walpeup. OK INE , , ( N?I Y b!3L ING . .i TUESDAY. JUNE 23, 1914. 6 The ordinary rionhtly meeting of the above was held at Murrayvilli on 23rd Jute. Present--Crs Pickering (Pr-esi dent), Farrell, Glen, Sherrcck: O'Dea and Wiltshire. lThe minutes of the previou: meeting were read and "c3"rr"ed. The President (Cr I kering) aU.oicgised fcr his inability to attend on the deputation to the Ministei concerning the sand drift questioIn, onhitg to urgent private business. Outward correspondence was ap. proved of. INWARD CORRESPONPtENCE. From ratepayers of East Riding re Wild Dog Reserve.-Approved. From Shire of Karkarcoc, also Hon. John Gray, `M.L.A., re con ference sand drift question.-Re ceived. From Hon. John Gray re Coun cil taking over mills -Mr Gray to be informed that the Council was not favorable to same at the present time, as there was nothing definite to hand in the way of financial in formation respecting same. Froen Tutye Progress Asscciation asking what had become of ...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 10 July 1914

c k h 2 eehwright, OKE= : ET, OU!.EN. Stiper Combs a specialty A. T. HALL .,; Prices, uality & Fit to YurSatisfactien. REPAIRS DONE ,,-i guide you can get-and it is free for the asking. ' ith it we send furn.shing lsts, showing c~m binations for completely furnishin homes of all sizes. .--- We have set a standar~d in Furniture maIking. Everything we sei] is guarante-d to be worth every penny of its price. The timbers ued are souni, solid and well seasoned. The main g is done by furniture nia~ers of lon expraience, the edesigns are inodern, the finiashing is perfection. We have everyt ' ng in furniture that you want.?a priced as ?ow as van III 2 *'ý Gents' Lounge Chais, upholstered in sadd.e-bag 37/i Box Couches, upholstered top, opens either side up holstered in art cretonnes or tapestries, from ... 37/6 SP?cI.AL-9 piece Oak Dining Suite, comprises 2 extra large Gents' easy chair":, dining chairs and extra large couch, uphoistered in first quaiity pantasote. This is an ex ce...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Galah. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 10 July 1914

Galah. " From our Correspondent. r was at a loss when I woke from :ry slumbers and left my virtuous c mich :or a while.' I must .have dr-eamit that it was a long time -ince any news went from here. So no v I lift my pen and send you a ftw items of doings here. The G.B.C. held a plain and fancy dress ball on the 24th ult. in the hall, but it was not so success ful as was anticipated. Neverthe les , the terpsichorians who were present made the evening as en j:-yable as possible and tripped the light fantastic till the small hours -o the morning to the excellent music provided by- the WValpeup orchestra (Mr .J. Nulty. cornet; Mr W. Armstrong, violin; Mr G. adree!and, piano). At midnight the judges' decisions were announced. IMrs Smith as KLismet se:ured first for ladies, and Mr i'. -Tvers as " Guard to the Duke of York" for gentiemert- he being the onlt gentleman- in fancy costume. Mr J. M'Mahon presented the prizes, and Mr j. O'Counor carried out the duties of IM.C. The judges were' M...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 10 July 1914

Worked Wonders--"I have used Chamberial :'s Cough Remedy for years," says Mrs El;zabeth Bing harn, ,Kent-.-t, Teneriffe,Q. "One of my. cons was so.bad with con tinual, colds that I feared he would develop consumption. Three bottles ofChamberlain's Co,,gh Re medy worked such wonders that I amnno'longer anxious about him. When my,grandchild had whooping cough I gave: it Chaumberlain's Cough Remedyc amd it was soon free. from this distressing cornm plaint.''. Sold by all storekeepers, For influenza, cough, or cold; "Woods' " -is worth its weight in gold When winter.troubles come your way Imbibe it-hot -without ldelay. Into a small-sized glass or ciup Ofhoilitig'water'wel'stir up An ample dose ot fragrsu?;: pure ; Wholesome WVoo's' Great Pepperni int Cure. 'Croup and Whooping Cough.- "I used Chamberlainrs Cough Remedy when my children, Beulah cid Andrerv were attacked with croup and whooping cough," says Mrs C. Collis, Hatton-st, South Broken Hill, N.S.W. 'I have never found a better me...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
From our Correspondent. PROGRESS ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 10 July 1914

From our Correspondent. PROGRESS ASSOCIATIO>N At the monthly meeting of the; Carwarp Progress Association held1 on Saturday, 4th July, a goodi muster was present. President! M'Nabb occupied the chair. Minutes of the previous meetingl were read and confirmed CORRESPONDENCE, From Mr John Gray, M. L. A., re railway facilities at Carwarp.- Received. From .Mr D. P. Crosbie, State` Rivers and Water Supply Commis sion, granting pump for tank in station yard.-Received. I.rm .i. Liinga Progress Association asking co-operation with them red, getti:g loans on fallowed land.-It was agrecd -that co-operation be granted. From Mr S. Sampson, M.H.R., re raising local receiving office tol that of a post-office.-Received . From Mildura District Hospitali expressing their hearty thanks to . the Carwarp settlers for donation of irral!ee roots.-Received. t From Chief Electoral Officer re j:cli::g ~coth.-The secretary was instructed to supply the necessary.I information. 1prom Fc'ucaticn Peparrtment e...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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A Marriage Mix-Up. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 10 July 1914

A Mlarriage Mix-Up. SThe complication of relationship brought about by marriage is the cause of many -a family squabble, but it is seldom one hears of fatal results attending such matters. Ac I cording to an American newspaper a resident of Pennsylvania recently committed suicide from a melan choly conviction that he eras his own grandfather. The following is a copy- of a singular letter he left: "'- married a widow who had a grown-up daughter. My father visited our house very often, fell in love with my stepdaughter and married her. So my father became my: son-in-law and my step daughter ms mother, because she was my father's wife. Some time afterwards my wife had a son; he was my father's brother-in-law and my uncle, for he was the brother of my stepmother. My father's wife-i.e., my steplaughter-had also a son.; he.was, of course, my brother, and in the meantime my grandchild,' for he was the son of my stepdaughter. MIy wife. was my grandmother, because she was my stepmother's mot...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 10 July 1914

Correso1dence (Whilst invit g lh ' siot on nall snublects " identif y o ut;r k-lv s it? r " ,, . pressed by our correnFona?:,«.i

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?]mers' Convention. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 10 July 1914

ers' Con1vention. Slfth a:nrtal convention . r- of Agriculture. S laarly knovwn as the * 4 cocnferee, was opened presbyterian Hail, Mary on 30th nit., by the new - vernor, Sir Arthur L. 'here W;as a very large " the large hall being fall, and the President. A. M'Lennan, occutiied 2:T ` r.\ ADDR~SS. re-i.u-, in his ope:ing rY crr ':a with r'c- iet ? of iie workers i tht l of ariulture in the per esis~,5 -?Uns M'NatghLtou ,. lrcnr don and J. C. Smith. i he remarked on the U of primary producing, i, dered that there was no trich greater pastoral pos ) provided--he would say. ar e ere permitted-that it r spoied by unwise legisla a Laughter,) Were they Skill the goose that laid en egg? No practical man I ttribute the present high f meat to the operations of 't. This was a difficult for statesmen had to be t i dealing with a beef S, .1:C not interfere with le S enterprise. The remedy lay peration of producers, and htion tr:s, were they going ne weapon rust? They had d a fine rain, and sho...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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TO THE EDITOR OF CU[?] [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 10 July 1914

TO THE EDITOR oT r r : Sr,---In your report oY Council meetin!t ,, Shire re the 1",n1.:- bhv ( for works in the pari?,E?:: TCorongie, \1Woorn' ac:.-G to be prepared for ;:ext m correctly report that t!, was oprosed b" councillors, and i. however, our reason far it should have been lpu,:l : Ithis was not done, I o?,. :mission to fully explain t Since appointing our '? it was arranged betw,,,ee. SFarrell and mnyself to attend to works require 1pari-hes. The parish": wt -'.s follows: BA , \Wornack and ag,-nt i, Irell ; Tiega, NulLkwyne, : ,and eastern portio:: of T; 1 ysel ; ,al '. , .TIl beroo to Cr Gie, appointment of the p-eser, he has prep-red .. ternders for 13 co:ntr c: ridin1g it the follow: 1 Bout?: , Ouven I Ii: anl Tiega 1. P t: . by th i: tat of the 13 con aei:t are in Cr F::rrell's - foiur in Ouven (-:ic after by Cr Farrell and : one in Tiega. Cr 'ie:: i Lid a . i ork doce, had one hour of th0 eni: .ices, aid he ra'd, l when Cr F-arrell forv;,rd another 1 i .,fF - .anc.- rn...

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District Stallion Parades[?] [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 10 July 1914

District Stallion Paºa Examiia.tions of stal!ion?s v conducted.. be.. - the Goer V' terintry Officers as ft:, Murtoa---Julry 29 Beulah--iJuly 30 -Sea Lake-?-- July 0 ' H-dpetou -Ji> 3• K Minyip-Autse6.A :. Birchip..---.· r<gu. a. '. Warrec1tuh abe' ' ii Je:arit- . a... ?* II " Ouyen-A r,.tt "2(;. U The T.roubie H L 9ad t-ia. "'Some- twelve moBi: ; 'Jr H Erriei, 2 Eb' ?.·.,., Jahra,.N.S. .. 'ry a . fereed coti'idera'y, wiith chte ; ph iirt ia'd zvy attentiol ca led .-to aii ide. 'n.uv-i-i ' ,Chaut herlaint's e*, upt i i en :¢€" " cided to:trv it- jer hier- : i,$a r'rovemuen-t w s co warr'+d '. LL,:tg first, fewC or es' t.iaht , c t.:(`t:i' tl :d, rive 1!.r t 3nhe rcel dy a:d . f:i !ott.les we w re 'f#r'," ,'! "e r! that'the .traubie ý d ia[ji might bec?ute chro:;ic Ihd di W2 ,eare4 " ~ ld ha .ll storekefP

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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Farmers and Wir[?] [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 10 July 1914

^rrtnervs and a ird,.M he suggcstinI that il:ed:Ci di=dv anut. e4 of 1ife in i raraming distriC. sioT,"' *"', >y' thc insta ii?'.icr ti: silh; ai ics sets by which cott::nnitc; could be obtained with a' cE station at the iersrest to vn. The erection cf tectric telephonle line hL I t rCr k be impossible on ing. to the e:xpense. It is pointed git even by takino advietait fences and trees for soue'di; wires ti"e cot is ar n?n?utv f r a mi les, c?. at ti:-Iiu-.t , ek t a line of 10. ni-c-. e.' Ori. th? hank, it is ..estil:p11 d that for ax: ainopnt ther e c ? ii be r 1x-o wireless statioits, tacT range of 50 miles, r id f'; .tations with a ran;e- '.25, - i A number of 'station owq"-.c var ius isolated po tions, c:? on:ilient have suggested .tL: y.vte-m .shou:e be tried lVi, ' properties, aniid the detaIs, cheme are now being orked

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Rural Workers' RATES AND COND[?] [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 10 July 1914

-R u ra l RVArkers RATES ANDo. : The rural -orkers' Australian W rkers rs' up by a recent indrtCi -ence, and endersed by p' tive of the uriUn , dt? CO rates and cendit Ctcs fýr Autralia a,:d i n o; agricuIttaral .vit-icu: ur: ing, hcp-gro~i,: . rtl ing, and dairying itl.l it are to con:e irto C.t zf, ri 3 tuber i'. In the .agricultrral 4 laid down that '3 , wc(rl.ed as foio*,:- : t : IHalf-Ipa-t 7 a.rn:..' ; 2 '61- in. on five ral., n; i oneI houlr for.diriner'r ; essi 0 t noc o1 Sa'trr r "smoke-obs " of 35 tnli : one in the forez:i-do, .i?dll afternoon. Overtire ir ; at timic and a 1h~f: T, proposed inclnde tl re- fo. Reaper, thre<her. 'eld?, stripper,` and i'ari?ter ci per: day, oQr £'2 if L forund," itn ca-es -:e work by\ he (ea . en a' day so worker' sl : ttr as a full day; the-I I":-;s . 0 Btiaily arianged-.btt ffbnt f ru 483 hoii's *to -bhe woctkef one week.' except at t, rates. - Work is to ceaseat on Satnrday." Stack build ee' and grarn- stacl; b i:i pe thatchers,...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 10 July 1914

A Ica icf for Trarnsfes Of-Licence from one Person to *Another. To the Licensing Court for he Licensing District of Corcr. NIC jEOLAS GERALD E:T. ' '1 - PIED, of Ouven, in the a;:te of Vict.ria, beiun, the hold:r cf a milliard Table Licence for the S house and premises sitna' ed at O" vern ria eresaid DO HE REEY GTVE NOTICE that it is -31 in tention to apply to the Licensiug S agistrate holding the Lice::sirg MeetfTing at Wrarracknabeal. :n the said State on WCedn:.e.ay. t 2ie 2nd daiof Iul_ , 1914. to transfer the said Eilliard Table Licerce to ARTHUR CHARLES CCOPER, of Boigbeat in the State of v ictoria - {rmer . Given under my han "th:s Sth day of July, 1914. N.- G. BLAMPIED. AND I, the said ARTHZUR CIARLES CooPER, hereby apply for the said transfer. Given under my hand this Sth day of July, 1914. ARTHUR CHA.RLrS COOPER. Witness to both signatures-W. 'Leslie Park. Solicitor, Ouyen. PLAIN - AND Fancy Dress B ! Will- be held in the Murrayville Institute on Thursday, Augulst 13. Pro...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 10 July 1914

k' Fist Dsp ay of New Season's o 9ds Now on nView. ' argns are, being offered in Every De mrtent jal Inspection is necessary- to realise the value of the Articles that are being offer[I at urih.rzF SLow Prices. S C. H. ROBETS, Okestreet OUYN .. AEG NOIES-John shearer I Son. Kilkenny, S.A.; Davia Shearer & Co., iMannurn, S.A.; Internatienal Harvester Co., elnourno : Lcunt IL?il IManures; Beard & M.er Melbounre; WarinZ Bros., Ieibourne,. WHE4T BUYER for Ju. vinifie & Co., -O lrMlt a arni - LTrybJrjo1ua; H . .cc _-?., .? lUr?arne. Iniuran¢e Ofice of Australia. ] ... . ... t JW LINU G CO., iment & Machine Makers, tri a msp-JLmp TH gSs, Siar td, cas Outr Miay om' , ?1-m plee aa.es is du a Sfzr Oar .Hed CuaIt tor ks s b far Ckari the s t two ers, 1 * kb?m r&m oouie them u'$ ºa tar 4. ..In LOG? , me,-i . RW . . 4KI k ,,?e rraw, , ... w 2 3i.-mrns amm asuranwraSe. : ._r- :', Ouyen Sawmiis 0,c t u'ldiing. Supply1 imber Yards. TImber Mecnts, uBilders an...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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Newspaper Subscriptions [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 10 July 1914

Newspape?r a scriptio nt The following'are the decisions of'various courts'on the subject:- I. Subscribers wvho do not give express riotice to the contrary are. considered as- intezding to renew the subscription, 2:-:If -subscribers order the' dis continuance of their newspaper. the tublisher mvy ccrt~iuue to send it uritil ali arr?ars:?re }.aid:. ' 3. If subscrikers ri?.ct or re fuse to take their paI prs from.. the Post-office .to 'awhi tlhey are di rected, they. are responsible until they have settled their bills: and ordered their papers tohe: discon tinutd. 4. If subscribers! move-to othe'r places without :iformirrg- the p~ib lisher, and the papers are sent to the former address~;sichl subscrinbei are held r'es'po i F.

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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The Jallee Hath Charms [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 10 July 1914

The -TT a!ee Iath Ca?arms ! q Beauties of the inallee are elo .quently described in a paper by Messrs F." E. Howe -aud. T. H. Tregellas, which was read before the Bird Observers' Club recently. Though in quest of rare birds,.the orrithoiogists had eyes for Nature in all her moods ard tenses. TI:cy journeyed by train to Mur irayvilie, and, by vehicle and on foot, to'a Government boring party's camp, 42 miles north-w-et of the totvn, and within three miles of the border fcice. S??absequently the whole party travelled through nmuch wild cou:ntry, and the naturalists were delighted with what they ob served. Here is an-extract -from a diary :- . . ' I he. l;uh i as very -'ti?tU ifu i this morning. :ll thle shrubs bei? ?i in. bloomn. and i.te mraliee itseljI was mnstiv in blossom Honey eatiig birds called on" every sideC On every- sand ridge the red throated thickhead; the purple backed, wren, and 'olden-rumped pardalots were seen:": : • O Serei tuber 2a the sight was ce:1Ear arid frosty;...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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METROPOLITAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 10 July 1914

METROPOLITAN FOOTBAILL LEAGUE. South J~ebourne ... 10 _ .'4 Fitzroy ..- ... 7 12 Essendan ... 6 18 St. tilda... ... B 6 Richmond ... 9 11 collingwood ... 6 13 Geelong ... ... 9 14 2delb?urae ... 3 4 Carlte ... ... 3I 21 •University ... 8 3 ASSrCtAr1O©T. Essend.* ... 9 10 Frxtse?ray --. 9 Port !elhbourae ... I5 1I Prahrn ... ... 18 15 Wýilliamtstwrw .-- 9 4 B.ru;:swick ... 6 4 righ? '... 11 14 Hawthý.o, n ... 5 10 Nirmth Met.eoarae ... 18 -16 N o thcote ... 8- 10

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 10 July 1914

SGeneral News. A meetiug of the Sunday chooil r~schers. ail members of the choir of the Allvermines toad Methodist Churh was held re cently, to bid -irXwell to Mr Geo. .Moss, who has Id t St. Arnaud for Carwarp, near ;liiura. Mr Mosv has been secretary and librarian to the Sunday ch&iz and hsa assisted in the chair for many years. Dur ing the evening, 1?r J. Sandercock and Mr Bns:i aeoke in high terms of the wort demo % Mr Moss, and e'pressed the h~c that his future would be fraught with much auc cessa. r Godiaz also spoke of the work done a6 presented to Mr Moss, on behalf ms Sunday School teachers and ehair members, a valuable Gladstone bag and a thumb-marked topy of Shake speare's works. Mr Moss has also filled the ofice of Denuity =Rular of the Rechabite Tent, and his resignation of that office was received with regret by members of that society. Mr Moss was in the employ of Mr F. R. Coles, hair dresser for about 10 years, and latterly had charge of one of his saloons in...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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PICKERING AND GILLESPIE Wheat Buyers & General Agents. OUYEN [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 10 July 1914

't -iCR F ING AND [ " GILLESPIE Wheat Et els & Genera Ager ts . 0 U .EN Agents for- Mitchell'-; OrTZ!, 1---:r Ne!tcr-, C.i '3" lpahoC -'zratcr (i 7 12%s.) Cr :iEr siz-: if rvquird. Crt a-r" n ctlh's free :rial gi-E?a. <<"11alter A '1ces' "N t Cin c at Bi, crr. I igan " ",C alEcr=g " Stri, "<- r. Li" t cntir" . C r:t i.t e r n ':ght. ftade 'cf lt.e le ry est !! teri fl J 'f ver rt&ie ,i~ctc i i a " ierrr " " Lt. t ' F :>><1., Ci -, tc . I; r :'2 at l: rl?.t~l!. . . . . " T\iz flnilS, WI'ecl ccojs -;. '?eccls cf lli dccaip.ticlzs. ay The " Chalacrge " Windr.A1; have all galvanisd' iren "t?rv.io , 5'iand work with the slightest breze?.? ' ' Jaxr.es Smnith (Ballarat) Chag1 .i. ztiters -Ho'crscrkis and Saw st Benlc es. - i Clarence H. nmith Stump? ',Jump Flcughs, Fire RakLe and st .ltivatocs.' The Clarence Smith 3' Ploughs have :-on for years the field trjals in South Atstralia. Thcs. Howie's well - Jnowm SMallee. Di't --a...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail And Central Mallee Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail and Central Mallee Advertiser — 10 July 1914

ý, :.3-dLidt E - .z ,. 1 W.. I E 's ,_n .- J .r, !. r mo at 'ad re, it ?ift k .'_^. .-- . . i T.. ... c-ttecrs, Ba =I ýrs ic '-:?,L rs. Ta'i SdiRaes; .arre .s, etc: - i'$ .Akn i S s Fa Gigs a... E gx . g i e-s. " .. , .. . Aei-crs, FMrrA crAs o Cb ?!? r-ScCITv-.- .' ile largest I mattal : lifie ff.ce. 'in :'rie Bri tish X:pire.. I-as. the wcrld' Idj record for praSing" "t:- e largest - bom?ases. Funds,:- ?28,0GO,0OC I Divides1 pi ofits yearly.. " . : The e ye Hotel.t - (U der ? w ar :sZgeI.t )t lNP £rcd MPt'S .Late cf XcheIteccf. I . G tc irtir-ate that ..tey bave Ian "Le.; A: c t C abote Iotel, roc . V i "th fravelling public Za nj 3rely on ha~ing, their., every want - Ztended to. .... . ýýr AIR. Rooms, 1 CONFORTABI.E BEDS, - FmaLT-CLAss AIEALS. The Besf Brands of~ D.nLONIA. WINES AND . .. , SFT DRINxs, t AhlavYs * t Ec.n t BeIg Lu lto Waiting for a Shave Pre AT Srit-h's . icra 1-irairesing Saloon. - r(NextWi'Taters' Hotel). . - cTu s7rz, L.OI - St.n li.ess, Civility, and Best of!D...

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