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Porepunkah. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 26 March 1914

Por-opMi ji ksilh. From Our Correspondent. Tuesday. The Shackcloth road race pro moted by the district champion (Mr F. E. Smith J eventuated on . atur day afternoon over the course of 14 miles from Mr G. Rayuer's black smith shop to YValkear's, Eurobin. Despite the fact that the cricket final at Bright drew a large number of local residents, there was a good . gathering to witness the event. Where the finish took place the road was lined with spectators. There were large entries and very few withdrew from the contest, the sub stantial cash prizes being tempting. Mr W. H. Goldsworthy, who is of great assistance in sporting circles locally, acted as starter and judge, and got the field away without a hitch. The race was free from accident, although tyre and other troubles , were numerous. The winner turned up in W. Pitts, of Bright, who just beat Seymour Harrison, a most fancied rider, Harrison looked all over a winner, but was overcome with cramps to wards the finish, which threw him...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Decentralisation. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 2 April 1914

Decentralisation. ' . To those who watch affairs in Victoria the present outlook indi cates serious trouble ahead. Not since the period of the. great land , boom of twenty-five years ago has there been such a congestion of the life of the State at the centre. Not withstanding all the Government has been attempting to do for the couutry districts the people- are steadily leaving rural for city in dustries. The extensive irrigation schemes which were to do so much are not all they have been cracked up to be, and the money laid out on them is not now worth twenty shillings in the pound. All this seems quite natural when : one reflects on the manner in which the whole State is run by and for the benefit of the people of Melbourne. Half of the population of the State is grouped around the meeting place of Parliament, and personal influence is still an important factor in our poli tical-life. The man on the spot al ways'has an advantage over the man who. is far away This fact, to gether w...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 2 April 1914

SOROSES LIQUID FACE POWDER In these days of out-door life—motoring, golfing, boating, etc,—a reliable and liarm- . less liquid powder is one of the necessities, of life. Soroses Liquid Face Powder is found by experts to be a perfectly invalu able preparation and a decided improve ment on the old-fasliioned dry powder. Besides improving the appearance it acta as a snield to the delicate skin of the face against hot winds, dust, smuts, and other extraneous matter. Price 2/6. Obtainable at Miss E. Connelly's, Myrtleford. An intimation of the State " Ga zette" draws attention to the fact that officers must not take part iu the political affairs of the State . ^otherwise than by recording their votes. The penalties for breaches - of the section vary from a fine hot' exceeding ,£10 to dismissal from employment. _ ' v Mr J. Si Horsfall, a well-known pastoralist of Melbourne and Kerar bury, sent the folio wing .cablegram to Sir Edward Carson':—" As As quith, my fellow Yorkshiremaii, re fuse...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
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Cutting Baby's Curls. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 2 April 1914

Cutting: Baby's Curls. By Mabt A. Dknnison. My beautiful darling ran in from his play, ^ . His blue. eyeB swimming with tears un shed : "The bays they all call me a'dirl,' m iinma,. And'-1 isn't a ' dirl,' he sdid. < It's .'cause I've dot curls,'aind'they're just like a dirl's, 1 And [ wish you'd cut oil' all thesemis'able ' curls." " ' I held my darling close, close .to my/breast, And I hushed his sobs with a sigh and. a smile, , . * But, oh, my heart was solid a> rest As I thought of the past the .while. ! Must I sever those ringlets, lialf':sillv, half gold. ; That lovingly o-rer my fingers I rolled r I thought of the baby kisses and wiles': Alas! had my baby gone far. away ? Must I look in vain for his dream-lika* smiles, And watch him no more at his play ? Nor call him my " wee, dimpled :peaj.;l of pearls," When I stealthily fondled the hated curls!. I lifted them gently—my boy, my pet, Still sobbed and still clamoured to -have them shorn His cheeks were like scar...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 2 April 1914

Common wealth Mi® Bank of BustraUa HEAD OFFICE @Y©ft§EV ivwa. iii'j ii op sn for :ir, ' i:t;n lection. .vilth, Unite s. .Jvancaj vr - ■ :nch«i in i'ia Dopoaitrj i"»v :• -»lt3 or Wi v'.-ri .3 X3LL Dsruijr C aaaa«8HK.st'v^JG< -rlei GENERAL @ANKIMQ ®U@1NE®S ai ^DJNQ, OOLLlNS STR&Ef,MELBOURNE : 'a, P#rth, Habart, Qritbsne, Rfckhunpion, Torrnnrille, and ItftMlaa. '.aft* dr*wn on farsifn plscao direct. Parai^n bills Bepatitted »«d '.it isjuod to »ny part'of sh» world. Bills najrotiatad or forward.d t»r "'\ohanjfo BiuintM of erarj dcsuriptian »rnnca«tcd within tha Comm_«n .d abroad. Curraat itccoqnU. opened. Interact paid on fixed deposit#, jrored securifci»». .;.M,INGS BANK DEPARTMENT iVaJ Office : S17 OOLL.IN8 STREET, MELBOURNE, i »nd 2,000 Aeonoiea F»oJ OSJcoa throughout the Common wc*ItV. 1/- to £IOS. Intorest at 3par nnnum. alo cay to 1gss&a et nnjr Branch «r Agonc.r within the CoaimonTraslbk •.ioa. January, 191ft. DENI80N MILLER, Qotb&XM IT BARGAIN ...

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Useful Information. TINBER MEASUREMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 2 April 1914

Useful Information. Tinber Measurement. iFake the average girth in inc;' divide by 4, deduct 1 inch for'b;= : for each six feet of circum'" % and square the result; u:i? <%v j. mean sectfonal area. Multiply i» ;; by the length of three in feet, I divide by 144—the quotient eq' i contents in cubic feet. ! Tank Measurement. The usual form of tank fc t ral puposes is a square or re lar block, with four slopes (f >41 i uniform batter. Add togeth.r '' 1 area from the bottom to the i p, and four times the area of the middle, and divide the result by 6 for the mean area. Multiply this by the depth, and divide by 27, and the result is the contents of the whole, including slopes, in cubic yards. j Stack Measurement. i To find the contents of an oblcv'g stack with perpendicular ends, mul tiply the length by the average width (between bottom and eaves) and the product by the height from • the ground to the eaves. For the . top, multiply the area at the eaves by half the height to...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 2 April 1914

Spend Easter Monday AT THE BRIGHT EASTER CARNIVAL Record Entries, „79 Cycling*, 78 Axemen, 38 Horses. Grand EVENING PERFORMANCE and BALL and SUPPER Special Train leaves .Wangaratta 9.10, Londrigan 9.35, Tarrawingee 9.50, Everton 10.20, Brookfield 10.25, Bowman 10 40, Palmerston 10.55. Myrtleford 11.15, Ovens 11.25, Eurobin 11.40, Porepunkah 11.50. E. J. DELANY, Secretary. Up-to-date, pleasing, reliable and durable! These are the Characteristics of WALK JEWELLERY, Sterling silver-plated Ware, WATCHES, CLOCKS, etc. m S3 Only. One Price — The Lowest Only One Price — The Lowest The Goods are Worth the Prices asked. Come and See. OPTICS J. H. S. WALKER is a practical sight-testing Optician, and may be consulted every alter nate Wednesday, SALE DAY, at his pre mises Clyde-st., Myrtleford. Satisfaction Guaranteed MYRTL.EFORD and BRIGHT. Raisi^ii: Oeslbr&jo'tiora. LAZEMOUT It Lays 'em Out Sure w .a. EFFECTIVE LAZEMOUT is largely used by the Government and leading landhol ders of Aus...

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Irish Crisis. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 2 April 1914

Irish Crisis. The Home Rule question is still causing •the British Cabinet great coucern. and ofhcers of the army persist in" resigning in 1 preference to serving against; the troops of Ulster. ' ■ The benches and galleries of the House of Commons were crowded, when 'the House assembled on Monday night. .Great ex citement prevailed and fresh fuel had been added to it by the news that Colonel Seely, Secretary of State for War, had again ten-" ■'dared his resignation, and tuat this time it ill ad been accepted. * - ■ . . 'The Prime Minister announced" that .Field-Marshal Sir John .French and Lieut-''' GenoralSir J.E. Ewart' persisted iu their. , .resignations, and so the Government had been forced to accept them. He deeply re gi-etted taeir decision, and hoped they would continue, to serve the Army. In the circumstances he had felt "it his duty to - assume the office of Minister for War. ; : ; Mr Asquith has tu seek re-election, and' he is to be . opposed by Colonel' Sprot, who stood'...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
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MINING. The following dredging returns are reported to Friday last: [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 2 April 1914

iVSSIsSliMQ. • The following dredging returns are reported to Friday last: — Bright Star.... 22^ . Excelsior..................... Harrietville Star ...... j.....29 Junction . ■■46)4 Maori Queen, No. 1 ...... 34 . Maori Queen No. 2 ...... Porepunkah ............... 17 l/z Wandiligong No. 1 It Wandiligong No 2 ...... 25 . Messrs Cross Bros cleaned up a crushed of 20 tous from the Bull Ant mine, at the Government bat tery, Chiltern, for a return of 29 % ozs of gold. At the Monarch, Harrietville, three shifts are in the shaft, and previous values are b?ing main tained. A fine body of stone, 6ft. wide, is being operated upon in the leading stope carrying gold. Messrs Hungfee and party treated a parcel from the Leviathian, Ro bert's Creek, which yielded 7234.q-a. The annual return of gold yields for Victoria for the year 1913 is to hand. From this we notice that the total return to date from the Reform Dredging Co. was 498 oz. i2dwt. The total extent of the property is 49 acres, of which ...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
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Cricket. MYRTLEFORD ASSOCIATION. THE CHALLENGE FINAL BETWEEN BUFFALO AND WHOROULY. BUFFALO'S MAMMOTH SCORE. Patton, 408; N. Rippon, 321. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 2 April 1914

Cviofce'ti MYRTLKFORD ASSOCIATION. The Challenge Final Between Buffalo ani> Whokouly. i Bufvauo's Mammoth Score. Pattou, 408; N. Rippou, 321. With two wickets down for 443, T. Patton and N-. Rippon resumed batting for Buffalo at Gapsted 011 Saturday, the former being 245 and the latter 132. The ground looked lovely aftef the recent rain. The wicket was a little slower than on the previous Saturday, and condi tions were altogether in favor of the : batsmen, the day being beautifully fine. W. Grant and M. Conriell were the opening bowlers, and the scoring was slow for a few overs, : the batsmen evidently being deter mined to " play themselves in." Whorouly captain made quick changes in the effort to secure a separation, but Patton and Rippon treated all the trutidlers alike, tak- v. ing no risks but playing beautiful and correct cricket. Rippon was the more aggressive, cutting, driv ing and hitting to leg in fine style. " Off Grant's seventh over he hit the first 6 of the match, 'a...

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The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 2 April 1914

The Weather. ' "Following on the 126 pta of raiu wiuou' foil' oh ."Tuesday afternoon and night of last week, further falls took place on Thursday ancl Friday, which brought the total to '219 .points. At .Buffalo Greek and Ovens Vale very heavy showers fell on Saturday forenoon, but there .>vt>re only a few drops J in Myrtleford. With mild days, though the nights and mornings h.ve been some what cool, the grass has 'got a good start, and the surroundings are jiow quite green. The rain, we have had has done incalcul able good, but further falls would also be acceptable. Light rain commenced 50 fall this morn-, ing, and there appears to be' a prospect of cohtinuarice. < :• ' ■ \ - ■ , • . . . . .

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St. John's Wort. AT THE A.N.A. CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 2 April 1914

St. John's Wort. ' ' 7 ♦ ■ ' ■ - At thjs A.N.a, .Conkkkkncb The delegates from . Beeoh worth at the A.N.A Conference (says' the " Age'P got-' into some little trouble on Txiursday after- , I noon. They submitted a motion seeking to urge the Government to take in hand the eradication of the weed pest known as St. John's wort, which is said to be captur ing big areas of land around Beecliworth, . After : describing the ease with which the weed spreads because of- its profilic1 seeding, one delegate produced from' a paper parcel a big bundle of clippings from the weed in , seed. Holding this aloft lie invited dele gates to inspect it, and within half a minute the seed-loaded cutting had gone round the liall to be fingered and squeezed and. smelt by curious delegates. Suddenly ifc: stru'ck someone that that'was the very thing.to scatter the seeds in Wangaratta district, itself, and ia a quiet way there was an anxious collecting or the dangerous specimens. The result of this imprudent . ...

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CHARMS OF THE CAT POPULAR PETS. (By a Cat Lover). [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 2 April 1914

CHARMS OF THE CAT POPULAR PETS. (By a Cat Lover). "The best way to keep a cat is to let it keep itself," seems to be the general rule among most owners of that popu lar pet. This, no doubt, may be al} very well for the nondescript -tabbies" and "blacks" which inhabit the majo rity of homes, but it is a most disas trous treatment for all the beautiful highly bred creatures who are gradu ally ousting the common cat from aris tocratic houses. Once one has felt the artistic delight of owning a lovely blue, i smoke, white, or. other Persian, it is almost impossible to. he satisfied again ■with the' ordinary short-haired lhon grel. There -is a general impression that all pure-bred cats are extremely delicate. This wrong idea is due to' the fact that so many people are entirely ignorant as to the proper methods of feeding and keeping cats generalls'- They either let them run wild and feed them, irregu larly (if at all), or go to the other ex treme and coddle them as if they were as tender ...

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Ad Cree's Company. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 2 April 1914

Ad Cree's Company. Oho of the most delightful- arid onjoy ablo entertainments ever given iu Myrtles ford -was that by the above company ou Friday night. The audience. was a very fair one, considering' that it : was the " shopping" night, and .it was-a much more appreciative one than, is generally met with here. ' Every one qf the artists was warmly' received, and almost "every item brought forth ;»u encore, which was readily acceded to.' Miss Gertrude Suinmer hayes, a most, artistic violiniste, fairly cap tivated"the audience; and Miss Euby Groves; the pianist, who i$ also a pleasing vocalist, delighted with her various items. Mr E. A. Bartleman, a .pleasing baritone, rendered his songs with much spirit, and met with a hearty reception. Miss Jenny • Cree soon established herself as a warm, favorite with the . audience, both'/ in her ballads and in her sketches with Mr Cree. • The latter is so well ;known as a Scotch comedian that it is almost unnecessary to add any further words, of...

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FLAW IN RULES CONTESTS WHICH NEED TIGHTER HAND [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 2 April 1914

FLAW IN RULES CONTESTS WHICH NEED TIGHTER HAND On several occasions "The Daily Ex press" has called attention to the in congruities connected with the cham pionship titles that go with the Lons dale boxing belts. There, is nothing wrong with the belts themselves, it says, npr with the methods imposed for acquiring them. Although belts do not make champions, the introduction of these trophies into boxing has brought about a most desirable improvement in the sport. To eliminate the belt interest from boxing now would be wiping out one of the greatest inducements for aspirants to fame and fortune to keep on the path' to success. To drop belt interest would be to curtail, if not almost entirely era dicate, public interest in the more im portant boxing matches. Conditions have .arisen, however, for which the:. framers of belt rules made no allowance. The rules, Excellent in their way, fail to provide for one con tingency, and the fact has lately been brought home with increasing em phasi...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
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Bright Easter Carnival. Following are the handicaps for the principal events at the Carnival on Easter Monday, April 13:—CYCLE EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 2 April 1914

Bright Easter Carnival. Following are the handicaps for the principal events at the Capilival on Blaster Monday; April 13 . . ' Oyglk Events. — M'Ueath.N'.S. W. — Afckins. N.S.W. v .F. Smith, Porepunkah R.'-Matthewsi Melb. J. Snell, JBuroa" H. M'Ewan. Euroa Gr Walker, Badagaimie A. Baruuot, Melbourne H, Starling, Woodside . A. Ramsdeu, Melb. . 0. Higgs, Brig-he v-r-. '1'. £arey, -Melbourue ■ ■ K. ikleiuke. N.s».\Y. W^ToSvjnsiMid, X.S W. ...2(30 W. Pitts, Brig lit „ T 1). Walker, Bright «... — — ' 100 First* 15 are in Kive-Mile Scratch jRace.' • H. Bkeso>*, L;Y. W. Handicappe 2-mile 1-mile a-lfl. . scr scr . scl" ... -id 20 10 60 30 15 .140 80 40 ...161) 90 ,45 . .160 90 45 ..lbO 100 50 ..220 120 60 ..220 120 60 ..2i0 130 65 . 2-10 130 65. ..2o0 140 70 ..260 140 - 70 ..260 140 70 ..280 _ , 150 75. X2'S6.i^ "'.7o„ ;:3d0^r,-a60 -v-^ .. —' 200 - 100.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 2 April 1914

cJfxe 01L tte|^3 | AND WHOKOULY WITNESS ■ ! FOR SALE, Zimmerman Piano (nearly.: new, three pedals), and case." Owner - leaving district. Apply Sta.t.k School. qiHE .Annual .Business Meeting, and • -Election -of . Office-bearers , of St. Paul's Chureli :of England will be held in the Church on WEDNESDAY, Sbli, at S.30 p.m. " , 11v)nald Motihisqn, Chairman.

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HORSE EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 2 April 1914

H6rse ' Events. .. )Open Trot, 1 mile.—Stella scr, Giuger Mick scr, Obstacle 10yds i -behindy Tess 70, Baden 100;. Girlie 120, Wild . Girl 150, Darwin 250, Queer Alto (withheld). Pony Trot, 1 mile.—Obstacle scr, Ginger scr, Mermaid "scr, v Reudez ' vous 30 yards behind, Johnson 30, 'Baden 60,-Girlie 100. , ' - ; >Handicap^Hack Race,.6 furlongs.> " I^rr,y 9.;,' Do ublefcteS- 7",' Re'ndezvo u§4 817, Drummer'Boy'S.,7, Merry Arg yle 8.5, Duet S 0. Magician 8 0', Cull S.0, Jerry 8.0. * • Galloway Handicap, 4 furlongs.— Gladiator • 9.7, Blood Rose. 8.12, i Rendezvous 8.10, Drummer ■ Boy, i 8.10, Magici:-m 8.0, Dash8.0, Auri fer S.0, Phyllis 8.0, Jerry 8.0. ■ : Quarter-mile Footrace. — K. Hill, Wangaratta, 20yds.; A. J. Hill, . Rutherglen, 30 : G. Scales, Mitta Mitta, 40 ; W.'Pow, OmeOj 50 ; T. Hollonds, Tawonga, 50 ; S. Tayior, Mongan's Bridge, 60 ; A. E.-West, Bright, 60. Local Cycle Race.—F. Smith, i Porepunkah, scr ; V. Higgs, Bright,; 130 yds ; J. Walden, Germantown, i 140 ; A. ...

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NOVICE CHOPPING, 12 in logs. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 2 April 1914

.^oviGB" Ckoj'I'ino, -12-in. logs; A. J. Meuleman, Wandihgqng ... scv f't. Peters, Freeburgh. ... • ... scr ' Joe Hewr Wandiligoug- ... ... scr W. Ablefct, MVrtleford ... ... scr E.1F. Mummer^ Eurohiu ... scr lieury Cooper, Tawonga ... scr J. Mummery, Myrtleford ... scr • -Heury'•Higginson, Tawonga ■ .:. scr Jno. Gooper, Tawonga ... ... scr / H. E. Gillard, Wandiligoug. ... scr J. A. Alberts, Freeburgh ;.. scr J. A. Li. Oliver,'Bright. - r... scr ' sees bhd J. Barnett, Evertou ... .... 2 Reg. C-hiuson, Harrietville ... 2 H. Smith, Freeburgh ...' ... -2 0.:Pool, Freeburgh ... ... 2 ■ Allan Norley, Wandiligoug ... 2 (A. E: Dvball, Freeburgh - ... 2 „ W. G-rifhn, Buffalo River South .2 C.-Scales, Mitta Mitta ... ... 2 W. Moulton, Wodonga... ... . 2 ' J. Gladstone, Bright . ... ... . 2:: Stewart Hollonds, Tawonga . ... 3 P.; JoncS, Cassilis ... .... 3 AIL.Hollonds, Tawonga... " • ... 3. H. Allsopp, Freeburgh ... •- ... 3 . -.Gilbei'te Wangiwafcfca . * "... 4 * - . 1\ J.^MacNamara, Omeo ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 2 April 1914

AT ROBERTSONS A SALE OF REMNANTS Eor a few days only. Must be Cleared. v Special Bargains. J I • J I P U mm i 3 pa if,-] m\M V 14 vS m kH \\a pi BLJM frji h'i fesi te x.\\-fc ¥& Economy Store : : MYRTLEFORD M. S. RUSSELL Late of Mansfield, Family Butcher, Myrtleford. Mr Russell has purchased the business - late'l}7 conducted C. Brien, and will give customers best satisfaction. Elos± Beo-f, Lamb and SVHsj-fcton Cart calls daily for orders. | J, JOHNSON, Butcher, i MYRTLEFORD. Primest Beef, Mutton, fee., and Small Goods. Cash Buyer of Hides, Skins, Brewed in Bulk op Bottle' Has been awarded the Highest Award of Merit by the best judge® • ■ —THE PUBLIC. ' It has stood the test of time, and has been for many years acknowledged pure and whole some. OBottled is equal to brand stout is still going snrnoMQ Supplies customers daily witli the HIGHEST PRICES GIVEN. BREWERY Renowned Cordials. f We deliver free throughout the Bright Shire. Customers promptly attended to. GEORGE R. ABRAHA...

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