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YOUNG MAN'S LAPSE. Bicycle and Clothing Stolen. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 February 1914

YOUNG MAN'S LAPSE- \ Bicycle and Clothing' Stolen. Oil two separate clui'^os of theftJJS our? of a bicycle anil on-* of clothing —11 youiiir iiimi n;iiucil Albert Murs land appeared lioforo Mr 0. Mitchell, l.l'.nt the Stawell Court yesterday inornimj. C;instiil)lc ICIIioK. dop isi'tl thai lie, 111 compai.y Willi (J instable lJiittor sou. had intui vic\v--cl M.irHliitul in coniii'cliiin with thu Umlta. and Hie '.iccusoiI had a> I mitt i-d taking tlio bicvcle at Ijiugi-L"Kku, and aftt-r ivanls sollim: n at. Ararat. .Somti of tin' clothing which was thu properly ;il .MrT Maim, of Gretm'rt Cfeek, had lioun f,mil.I in Maryland's pos session. On tins application of tho poUoc, « i'"iii,nnl 10 Ararat lo-morrow was KiMii;i;d. On tlu> charge of the theft ot cl i5i hi UK, Maialand will appear st the StaweK Court on Afoiiday uext.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 February 1914

Wcoponour cohum,J U.ton J on >>""'''! """' 'I |,(,|,1 OUI-HUIVUH roHpuimiulo for ,l" "! oorrosi.o.l.lentH. tlio " „ 0.-oomrn»""1 l,-v »»,n,,1 ll"" t.llorf r , tlm.o 1.1-inB roquimrt n» a of «oo,l Mil. ViibliCf'jJ1" . . ,| .Mnw-oil lo tin. iniumuftr 11 .r j.*,f' -'"r I'UMut *lU',pr"7,,»tbo I.iarOMH^l to till. K.lilor nud l.ol. — C' .1.1,! of III"

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 February 1914

Yood# Broa V68K6 BIOS., —AUCTIONEERS.— "STOCK AND SMtflUN AUEHlS H ad Oi flees—Horshnm, Hamil ton, Bad Nhill. MR\NOH OFFICES—Oi.otorton, Torang, Mnrtoa, Minyip, Warrnoknabo&l, Bonlab, panyup, Dimbooln, Donald, Gorofee, Ararat, Nnlimuh, Rainbow, Joparit, and Kiniva >nd Willanra. A^enoieo "it bUfUimnwnie, Lalto lioiac* XJanyena, PeuRhnrpt*, Balmoral, Elopetonr, Aootion and (Clearing Saloo Oondnotod in Any Pari oi tho State. H.VJJ SAI.G t *Pr:C!AL7Y, rocking Arrangements UDd« for Fal Btcok Goinp BnllarAt and 11 Jbourno Markets. Unlimited Amonntu o! TroBi Money lo Lend, at <5 pet oon*. -AGENTS Jb'OR— Donoyp, LaeceMes, *\netin and Co., Wool • Grain Brokorn, Btook and Biation Amenta, Geoiotsg anrt Melbourne, Tho Ballara* Baufejug Company, Ltd, Tbe Aaatralaeian Mutaal Livo Stook AB arftnoo Booiety Limited. Tho Victorian Tiro Inouranco Company, Tho National Fira Icfiu?Ac»oo Company New Zealand Boeioeaa atxn&god wttb o-U the taadtag a?mo of ouotiioneera in Now S...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 February 1914

niiim THIS place STANDS SHOr>r,T)El^TO\ SHOULDER WITH YOUR WAISTS. WE BUILD VEHICLES THAT WILL PLS*dE YOU. fhaa baon uoknowlodgod tor ovnr years by MI who hayo yioiHd oar Factory and Show Booma that whon an arltolo o M^oTSapinl'^or'an Abbot ug"y «« llZT^otSl can ^°l" " 8HIRRBFI? BR0S' Shou.d » bo a THE QUALITY IS-RIGHT! THE PRICE REASONABLE I AND THE OtSICfl PERFECT EVi'RY Branoti'of tho Bualnoan bolng saporlntondod by eno of tho Pnrtnor« It imfHolonb muir*nt-nn thaf n,« v„m w maintuhi tho'Ropatatton hold by tho Firm for tho LAST FORTY YEARS for FIRST-CLASS WORK and PRIZS ITAKER8 at all tho Shows TYER3 OUT, &o., A® VERY MODERATE RATliS, Bnggios and Ctfcer Vohioloa built to order. VoMoloa Bopaliod, Ro-palatod aad Eo-trimmo?. - gEIS-BBW PBBMIBE COACH FACTORY' EslnbliBhod 1859.] OORNBR OF WIMMERA & SOALLAN STS., STAWELL, (Eatabliahod 185g. HOUSES CAREFULLY AND fjKILFULLY SHOD BY EXPEKlhhQED WORKMEN. ShlPp'ntf N" 3SJ. TED. EnQ rORDDEUTSOHKR L LOf D IMPERIAL GERMAN MAI...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 February 1914

Notice rpHii PUBLIC are noiiliad thai X Baaiosec tpa'.ltrs enira-tcd to Ibis OfUC9 must bo iisnded Ieither MeggrB JENKINSON or WiLS £1. All Literary matter meat be ad dressed to tbo Editor, Mr .J. PYBU5. bT \ WELL 'HEWS"

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 February 1914

DI'IA 777. Waisok—Oj lbs 15th Febrnary, 11*14, at •la Alfred Tceacen1, North Fi zroy, Mary, the belovod* wifq of David Watson (DsBliEl), and beloved daagbt?r cf the Uts William end Mary Hobbi, Atffcd CO yeare. L'NBKAli li 0 T I U E Ihe friends of Mr David VYatJon are rebDeotfoliy iuvittd to follow the remains of bis late beloved wife, Mary, to the plaoo of interment, ihb St&well otmeLcrv. The Faneral ia.appciotnd to leave tbu Btaweil ttailway Station TH'^ (Tuesday) M'TEH NOO>i ou arrival of ttw 2.30 p.in team from Melbourne. Funeral Notice Fi CKOUOIT, Uoder'&kflf.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 February 1914

KOliDUi'.lSD LIVJiU. 1 Foe disorders of tho liver anil alonnoh tlioro is no botlsr raedioliin (ban Chamber lsin'ii Tabled, writes Mrs Margaret >1 VValaon, I'Jmerald, D. ■ I Bufi'orod with bad headaohee oau«od by a diuorderod liver. Hearing my onalomora speak so liiiihly o' OUimberloin'a TobHa I Ibonijbt I wonW try what thoy would do for mo. Aftor tbo firm fow Jobob I uutiosd aq improvoraenK snd attot I Luil laknn a oonplo ol botes tound myte|f quito relioyad o[ lnndaolioo, whloh hnvo not retnmed,' Sold by T- J* Wright $ 00, Prop. Ltd,, tod Q. V, King

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 February 1914

FRIENDLY SOCIETIES A.N. A. Xba mouthly m<2otinfl of iha alovo lodfl# was held &J the Mechanic?' insiit'Jte nn Friday night. The president, Mr F. Frenobam, occupied tbo chair. 16 wao deoided to purchfl^ a mei'lt LOfirc for tho IcCk^o tdolj, ... ? Mconru 0, M'Uonvillo nnd U. M'Ccnvillo I woro oleoted benefit raemboro of tbo branob. Accounts amoumiufj la JJl IGa wore p&Buod for piytuuni;, Ttio receipts far iho o?oninf» Qtuountf:d to £•.$, The nesti niyht of iiioctirij} will be UiO ilio ijuarterly mei-Uui?.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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OBITUARY. Mrs David Watson. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 February 1914

OBITUARY. Mrs David Watson. Early on Sunday morning the death took place at her residence, Nor.h Fitzroy, of Mrs David Wat' son, at the age of (10 years. The end was not altogether unexpect. ed, as the deceased lady had be«.n in failing health for somo time past. She was a daughter of the late Mr William and Mrs Mary Hobbs, and her girlhood days were spent in Stawell, where she made many friends. The deceased leaves a husband but no family. The re limns will lw brought from Mel bourne this afternoon, the funeral leaving the railway station on the arrival of the 2.30 train.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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SERIOUS SHOOTING ACCIDENT [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 February 1914

SEivIOUS SHOUTING ACOIDENl' Thw opouing of tlit) illicit Dimming, season, on WVdimsday was respon. MbW t ir 11 vt-ry serious accident lo \ Mr lr. W. Crosslpy, of Kiut Norein, | lint row. When fining from one j point to another ho placed his ruu ngainst a t'tmcc over which he jump, ed the horsu lie was riding, and then sought to flueura the weapon again. Unfortunately, while lie was pulling it up the gun by some nvans ex plodod and the charge carried away the greater portion ot onu of his hands, tbu lingers of which wore severed. Ttio shot also gra/.el bis cheok, and ho sufleri'd considerabla pain. Dr Potts, of Harrow, and Dc Salter, of Balmoral, were in attend, anco os promptly aa possible, and fonnd that tho iujuriia sustained by Mr Crossley were of ft serious uature.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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OUR APPLE CROP. The Pomoua Output. German and English Markets Contrasted. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 February 1914

OUR APPLE CROP. The Pomoua Output. Germau and English Markets Contrasted. jt is interesting to note in oorb versing with a local forwarding agent, that out of the first consign ment of 2,000 odd cases of Pomona apples sent away on Saturday las', the majority wera for the Garmm market. Out of this agent's 7?.i cases exported, uo less lhan G">0 wen) for Germany, and 125 for London. This, it is stated, can be taken as a fair average. Asked why this was so, the reason given was that better facilities could ba obtained in Germany in favor of the seller than in English markets. fn Germany, the apples are Ueatc4 in a similar manner to cur wosl sales ; every consignment is opened up and scheduled. In England (Oovent Garden) the tacilitioa are far from being satisfactory from a pro ducers point of view. When it is estimated that some thousands of cases will be sent away between this and April—some bring ing as much as £1 per case—the amount of money which eventually returns to the distric...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 February 1914

PERSONAL. Mr J. Wood, of the Melbourne Agricultural Department, is again at Stawell, in the capacity of fruit inspector Mr Wood's obliging nature earned many friends for him two years ago. Mr and Mrs Alex'Hill, who have spent tbe past week tonewing old friendships in Stawell, leave to-day for Nhill. Mr and Mrs Hill propose taking a trip tD Colombo before re turning to their present home at Kookynip, West Australia,

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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STAWELL SCHOOL OF MINES. Annual Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 February 1914

STAWELL-SGHOUL OF MINES Annual Meeting. Tho annual mealing of tbo BtfcWftll Sohool o! Mince wae bold last oYening, Att Director's Koporo. Xha Art Dirootor (MrT. H. Trengrovt) rcporiB as follows bavo the honor to report thai thero are 30 oit and trade students uttonoiugtbc sobool and 10 Slvto school teitobcrs ihe tho drawing oeotrea, Work was resumed at tho oobcoi oo lha 3rd February. Tbo results of ItBt yoar'a examination* are not nil to hand at present, but eo far, '-boy aro satisfactory. All tbo a udonU who eat for ib » manual training or carpentry examination passed, and one in Ibo ooaoh building. la tbo otbor examinations passes h i.vo boeo obtained in *hc following subjects.—Stained gUw work, plant drawing, (iuBign aud freehand drawing. Tbo other examination roBQlts aro expeoted thia month. Oue of tbe atudeuts of ibo school, Mios A. Maboke, has ugA\n becu successful in obtaining prizea (or her work. Al fliu Bailout Industrial Inhibition ebo secured let prijjs for lcatbor emboss...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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THE BOUNDER COMPANY AND STAWELL. What the "Bulletin" Says. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 February 1914

THE BOUNDER COMPANY AND srAWELL. What the "Bulletm" Says. Diok Hamilton, of the Boulder, lias cone back to ihe Wus', after liis seizure of tlio M if>dula-Mooiilight haabet-ns at Stawell (Vic.) Ills deputy is Gregory, of the Ivilgoorlio stall', whofe duty u is to perforata [he Clot's, the Scotchman's and other reefs with the diamond drill. Samples nf tho faces of the old stopes have boon pronounced O.K. Ilntiee the moving of the diamond drill into the miuoa. Six months ahead ^tawell will know if it is to got £200,000 of Boulder cash, or is to wriie itself down ns a dereliot miniui; tramp, A million and a half worn poured into S'awell in the old clays, chielly from where the flit reef juuctimied with the vertical. "Saddle-reef" Dunn is cocksure that the district system comprises huge saddles and "the best-defined ore channels in the Commonwealth." Think how old George Doolette will roll this out to London shareholders if the di ill shows the big reefs to be moro than pufl' ! The sc...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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STAWBLL TELEPHONE DIRECTORY [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 February 1914

STAWBLL TELEPHONE) PIRECTOKY I 78—Proctor and Frenoham 83—Aiikon, Dt v\, ij. II—Akina, o A (and I'rlvala Kei) 65-Albion liotol (W .1 liarle) 65—Anderson, J A (and Private Rti) and io ,.m=o 8- -Anthony, W (and Private Res, Oltn orohy road 8— Anotraliano Tailincs Coy. 7-Bank of Atistralaaia, manager • 1—l!a iica, A H and Priva te Reoidanoa. — B.rn h, Ci c5—B rkot \V C and I'riv Be« 13—B II, 'V II and Private Rsaidenoe. I-BroadbcMit liroe & Co 8—B,1 1 inri a.iuth Hotel (Mta .V'var) 11G—Brioklayora' Aran Hotel 'J|i';ant 140—Bowling Green 118-Balo, Mi.a II—Darker Broi. <6—Campbell, AO, Pomoual 63—Carter, W. U. and Son 4| PriT Eh 90—Chadwick, B U and Tea Boom 86—Uhadwiclt, Mrs 78—Cbapouuel, Bush and Allen 52—Clarke, Angna & 56—Clarke & Scott 8 — Coffee Palace (A H Bath) 67—Commercial Hotel (W Donaldaos 77—CoromonwealSb Hotel 18—Cooper Bros 87—Conrt House 42—Cranston, W B.(acd Private Riiidaa* 43—Croncb, Fredk 81—Orerar, T G and Private Roiidene 94—Cromie...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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NEWS OF OUR NEIGHBORS. Crisp Clips from our Contemporaries. SUCCESSFUL HARE DRIVE [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 February 1914

NrWSOF OUR NEIGHBORS. Crisp Clips Irom our Conteapor. ario3. •SUCCESSFUL H A 1(10 IJUlVir A highly successful lmrc shoot, ofgnuis-il by Mr Thos. Millear, s?ai linkl on the Hdgnrlry i-stutc, near SVillnvua, nn Saturday list. Tli(«ta worn ten (,'inifl in evidence, and a comineneoment. was made at ten o'clock in th« luouiiiu. The beat ing wus diino Bys'i.iimticnlly, tha shooters lioing sla'iomnl about eighty ynrclapart and iharchy buat. ing a eonai'.U'vnble face of onuntry in oach trip. Shooting ceased at about six o'clock in tho evening, when tks result of the clays sport was found to bo 8!) liaivs and two foxca. Tha best individual performance Was registered by Mr Millear, who ac counted for thirteen bares. In acl dition to ttn< two foxes shot, two otherB wrc secu, and although they were within rang* of members of l ho party, they tuado good thcit esoapx, nnich to the discomfiture ol at laaat two sportfmun. Thu shoot waB anch a success that Mr Milleac has decided to hold a...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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SPORTING NEWS Cricket. LOCAL COMPETITION. RAILWAYS V GLENORCHY [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 February 1914

SPORTING MVS CncKot. L'JOAu COMPETITION, BAILWAV* V OLENOKCHY Tho Rallwaya visited Glenorohy on Saturday nud nul tbo looftlo. Tbo visitor! woro fairly reprcannted, while tho home tenm woro wiUiont tho eetvieia of H'Cal~ Inin. Spoar won Uiu tiss from Rabson and Bont the R'ulwayo to tho wioketg, Whitty and Campbell opening t/o Iho bowling of Bpnnr ntirt Perry, and ncforo tbo first wiokot full 20 weru ohowiog, Whittv boing bowhrt by Porry for 17. Jaoobr, Iho noxt man in, was not long at feho wioktti when Oftmpball bowled by Pctry for II, tho Gcuro boing 2 for S3 JonKinaoa follower!, and bo and .Uaohs woro going well when tho latter got hia Ipk *o front ut orir* from Porry, b°ing out for a well mada li>, 3 for 42. M'Luan, tbo w*xt mail in, sot to woik, and boforn uBPp^rttion w&e «ff«sci;tul C8 w-»h up, .lonUlnoon botug o*aght by 8mudinv off Coopor for 14, Rorivouer (10), Kobdo» (221 and M'Loan <13) twob played qoito ap to ill* ir font), and had »l o bowiera i" nhl»...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 February 1914

HIJU'LY WONOBUrUL. ' Alyhtilj <5eldn eutf-jm! oonliououa ly with oicmi> lli-iL I boi>,«io to Uiiiik Bbo would never ur;'- baiter,' writes lilui Gaunt let', llifi Adolaido Koud, Newtown, N.Z I Seeiuj; Cbumburhin'a Ooii|(b itemedy udvonii'cd I ,tiounut l would try it and ] cjuld ceo p. (ibango m bor utrnigbi away. It in eiDijily wonderful benv ijuiolily Ubamber~ IftiuM Cou^li Uemedy relieved tlio obild,' Sold bv '1', J. WrUlit A: Go, l'rop. Hd., nui) 0. 1*. Jiicp, oliomiDt. HLlEyilATlSiji, [Jc tjMdsn'a Madoetio Liniment ro iaoVes liiora QftQca Of rlionm&linm oviiry yoat tban fclio tftj&umiipisu! J rtludioincfl combined, It will panotr&to to yonr very bone?, and oootha and eubiiuo tba puin. Tbe licet applioatioo will relieve, and continued usu will bring about mmvoIIoub reeultB. I'rioe, In (id Bad fig. Obtiioablo evetywboie. OOTVmY WEAK. ' My boy Jaok wuo vory bad with Diarrhoea' writes Urg M. Lee, Forbeg, N.w.W. 1I'ot qutta <t toclal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 February 1914

ilx Om do op io> no> qo c Undoubtedly the SALE OF THE :iti a ci Our first day provided record figures, exceeding uny previous effoit. Public appreciation moss marked. £5000 worth of Stock slipping away. All standard goods, no rubbish. SHE TERMS CASH lO 33 Ay-STSS ©Kfl«V. HODBEK, BROS DIG. Great Clearix) mer Sale. Commences Saturday, Feb 7th, IS Big Welcome Event to All GREAT PRIGE CUTTING FOR 14 DAYS. D.W. Madras Muslin, tasselled, only 3d 54 inch Art Serge, Green and Marone, to go at 2? 4did G ft Linoleums, usual price 4s lid. now os 9d — W.D. Summer Tweeds at lg 9d, Is 6d and Is, all cut to 6d Ladies White Embroid Voile Robes -153, to clear at 35s 6d Black Kid, sizes £>,"Gj, 7, cut from as lid to 4s 6d Long White and Be&ver Gloves to go at 6d and Hid OUP BIG STOCK 0/- LADIES & GIRLS DRESSES & MILLINERY All at Keenly Cut Prices. Corsets at Is. Black Aprons at Is, is lid, Is lid and 2* 3d. POTVFF -|ti « i»t -vr Mens1 Felt Hats 10a lid, now Us Gd Mens...

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NEW TELEPHONE RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 February 1914

VJ31V TELBPH ONB RATBS. The following are fcho new rates for UI* phone conversationa which are now in fores from the St&woll Post O£ioo r— PIqco let 3 rains, AdtnlBmln Ararat 3d 3d Ballarati le 9d Beaoforlt 8d Cd Brim 1g id lo Boaneor Gd 6d Campbeira Bridge 2d 2d Onthoa-1 6d 5d Dimboolft lo 3d Dooen la 9d +Great Weatoro 2d 2d Glenoroby 2d 2d Horeham 8d G<J f Joel Joel 2d 2d JllBg lo 9d fLandaborongh 4d 8/, Lnbeoli Xd tid Melboorna ] is lOd la *id Minyip 8d Od Moyston Gd fid Martoa 6(3 Gd tNavftrre Gd ud Pimpinio lr, Od Rap«»ayup Gd Gd Warracknaboal Ud WiUaara Hd fid Wftl Wal 3d Ud fLandoboroDKb, Joe Joe! Navarro Olonoroby and Great Woatorn, cloaa at a p.m. OpcniDg foo, 2b Gd TReviatd on 2nd July 1912.1 A. BURROWS, PoBimastor. J Print e 4 aa< »afeUih«a lor x&m ft» piliton kyJPlMtwMfl ■*—Wi_ «g affie* ol tk# "DUviU Hist UmmU KnaCi TffiimTlifli.- u

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