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Telegraphic. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 6 February 1901

Sydney, Tuesday. Mi-. O Sullivan has given instruc tions for the survey'of the train lino extension from tlie Rille-range to La l'eru so . Mr. in speaking at a large meeting in the Protestant Hull last niulit, said "Give mo a majority in this colony, and 1 promise you a majority in both Houses of tlie Federal Parliament." Mr. Lyno addressed the electors of Gundagai district last night There was a strong improvement in the Sydney mining market yesterday. West Australian stocks aro still rising, but sellers are source. At the annual minting of tiio Vic torian branch of the Royal Geographi cal Society, hold at Molbou rne, it was stated that tlio society must collapse unless accorded more support. Even tually it was resolved to make an effort to havo nil the interstate brioches federated, with the object to have a joint publication of the yearly proceedings. Alliert Ryan, u Goullnirn letter carrier, was eon micted for trial yester day for stealing postal notes, and was admitted to bail....

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CABLEGRAMS London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 6 February 1901

London, Mondny. The- Czar and Czarina attended the Queens funeral service at tho English unci American Church at St. Peters burg on Saturday. President McKinloy, with. Minis tors', Judges, and Senators uttetldecl the service lit Washington. The Khedive of E.'ypt, with the Princes, attended tlio funoral service lit Cairo. At New Orleans, the German wnr sliips fifori a sulute of 81 guns mid luld a service on board —at which Admiral Sampson attended in memory of the death of the Queen. Louis Botha lias given ordors that lienor forth all p:nc.s envoys are to be shot. The Austral Un A Battery dislodged '100 raiders near Yrybergon Saturday. Two thousand Beers threaten to invade Lorenzo, Marques to reloase Hoar prisoners. Coinmandiuit llorlzog stole 2000 horses and males in the Sutherland district — threatening the women and children with death.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 6 February 1901

13y '• Pkodioal." At m race meeting held at Port F..iry, Victoria, u few days ngo, a mare named Maud Gonne won four out of six events—the other couple l)ein<; ponj- races. At ;i meeting in South Australia a week or two ngo, a jockey rode the whole six winners. To (lie .Jack Giv>n testimonial, in Melbourne . (in consequence of the Englishman bavins; his arm broken recently at the. St. Kilda bicycle sports), Wiilne, Martin, Kellnw, and J. Car pen tor each gave Five Guineas. The cables last week announced that. Prince R-injitsiniiln, captain of the Surrey eleven, intends to bowl C. B Fry if necessary. Fry is among the howlers who vrv.ro recently prohibited from bowling at a recent meeting of the county captains for alleged <throw ing. Mr. Wiliriet—Old Boy"—of the Melbourne " Argus," came over with the Victorian team to Sydney. He had not visited Sydney for some years, and was astonished at the fine appear ance of the Sydney cricket ground. A wonderful transfoim...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 6 February 1901

Local and General. Mcr-'t impressive service-, in connec tion with the funcr.-il of our Into heloi-od Queen, were conducted by the Rev, G. W. Rut ten in tho Church of Eniland on Saturday last. At the 3. o'clock sor\'.icii in St. Barnabas', West Wyalong, tlie church was packed. The solemnesH of the proceedings brought many to tears. Mi-s Ethel Hodge played the " Dead March" most efficiently, and with splendid ex pression. Special hymns, etc., were also rendered. At All Saints', Wya long, at 7.30 p.m., the service was re peated. The building was crowded. Mrs. Griffiths played the " Dead March" with - much feeling. Both churches were draped in black for the occasion.* Bells were tolled at inter vals of hulf-an hour throughout the afternoon. An accident which might have terminated seriously, and most pro bably fatally, happened to Mr. James Milien on Saturday night. Ho was was going to L;ndsay's hotel from Mrs. Giegson's via the Church of England, when he had the misfortune to fall down...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 February 1901

STATUTORY DECLARATION'. $ J, Uofbrt ttRAimf. of No. 31 Wuttle.-alreet;.'Clilp* • pen»1Mt, Sydney, to ihe Coioiiy of Ke w South Wales), *'• do g&ietnr.ly "and tit cerely dfcl.'-ro that I have rare •fully'read the annex d document, constating of four folios i;nd oonsceutively numtaved from one to four, and tint it contain.-* and is a Irue and faithful account of my illness nnrt cure by (.laments Tonic, and ateo contains my. fu»1 pevmisxion tq publish in any way my • Bfatcine'.tR—which I (rive voluntarily, without receiv in;; any payment; and I makclhi-solemn declaration conscientiously believing the time to be true, and by virtue of the provision* of an Airt. made and passed in-' the ninth yew of the- refcn ofjher present Majesty, inr.i'uie'l " An Act fot* th* mora effectual aholit-on cf ' Ouths sort AttimiiaiHi* taken Jild made in the various r^partmenlft of the Gove- niucn(. of New South Wales, and to substitute Deel/tmions i:» lieu thereof, and for tbcr.tmwjwion of vo untar...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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GENERAL DEBILIT Two Years' Sufferings. FRIEND IN NEED. The Care of Mr. ROBERT GRAHAM. (Reported for "The Star,") [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 February 1901

, Two Yenrs' Sufferings* _A_ 'PRIBITB- TUsT I>T Tho Care of IWr. ROBERT GRAHAM. (U'eportul for " The Star,") The increased facilities for recreation afforded to shopkeepers and their cm ploy<es under the provisions of the Katly (Jlosing liill me often appreciated by people •who do not come directiy within the operation of the Act. It gives '' outsiders " mi opporl unity of meeting tuiks e joying a half-holiday in the middle of the week who are not at liberty at any other time, except after business hours. Knowing vhat.'-Mr. Robert Graham, of No. 11 WaUla-sttfeofc, Chippendale, was always <lisei'n::it,ed on Wednesday afternoons, our ivir-rter ;tll-light it an opportune time to obt -.hi an interview in l elation to his )nriis^(.:..liuo, and was rewarded by finding, '^ill.vinan mentioned sitting on his verandah. " : "I have called to. ask a few que-HOn about your illness," bpguu the senbi". " You are quite v.ele-ine to nsk.i's rr.ny questions as you like, and 1...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Cycling Notes. From the Dunlop P[?]matic Tyre Co., [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 February 1901

•; Cycling Notes. From, the Dunlop Pneumatic Tyre Co., Siuie optimists, says the "Daily Telegraph," will s-iy that the bicycle of to flay is perfect; that further evolution is impossible, nud need not bo even considered. From this view, however, there will bo man}' who will di«sent. But of the latter, few will go to the lengths travelled by English cyclists, who have found 05 improve ments possible before the ideal would be reached. The numerous sugges tions have been brought forth ' by a " perfect bicycle competition," con ducted by an English journal. Prizes ■were awarded fot the best- series of suggestions, and the (irsb prize was awarded to a gentleman most happily named, to wit-, Charles Wheeler. The competition would serve to show that the bicycle of to-daj' is a Ions way from pertVctioii. The winner of the competition suggested nineteen improvements in all, unci among; thera were tlio following :—Standardisation of puts', variable speed gear, anti vibratory frame, seif-adjust...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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BRIEF ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 February 1901

BRIEF ITEMS. Municipal polling takes plncoto day. Wyalong is ail excitement over the Municipal Conte&t. rJ here will be Q. trial of Plowes on the. U-.-l I, mul it is reckoned a good deep f.urow will result across tho face ot' many b.iilot p ipers. TliO' candidates are Messrs. Pike, Oliudleigh, Plowes, McC .ii-lc ill, and Irwin. Three to bt; returned. The sccne at the meeting held 11b Batman's Hoi el on "Wednesday night was about the most unique ever skou in Wyalong. But it wns a lVLuuicip-d el-'Cl'.on. meeting, and the only mixture lucking to make. it rise like a sponge cake, was iott"ii eggs. IJut then Lhu egg busi ness is b u barinus. 'There were enough questions find answers to liil a volnme the Ency clopedia Britannioa — they veiled in on . top of tiiQ '•andidatcs from i.ll direc tions. 1 Answer 1110 this ' .said one. ' Are you in favor o£ olztrzciint] the foot path#,' said another. ' And what'* your opinion wicl regards the Mutvo co pil Act-,' ro ued another. Is it any ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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PASSING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 February 1901

PASSING NOTES. ]!V " (JoO-KH.'' 'Undoubtedly,tho tvv" m03t ,,0^011* of tho Queen's funeral must, l.ave b(;rn the p-ss^'g i of the v>}< viu'ht Victoria and Albert through 1 "double lint of warships '"llultL'. = and the breaking into halves «>i Ti.o .oils c£ olttce over the grave of tl«« Queen by the chief ofoci-is o. the 'i.fousuliold. ooo ft mav be noticed-that Heirand was uot represented,- with otliOT. nations at, t,lie funeral. Well,- perhaps, this, hke (he refusal of the-Tammany Mayor of Nt;w York to -Uulf-nvisfc In*. flag, .|D«jf he tahmi us a compliment ror which linuland should bo tr.ily grateful. ooo The late Queen's success ns a Ruler may be nttribuU-d to I ho f net that she Sic to rule rather aft^v the f ^iioii of the President of the 1< nil ed States than-as an au-o^t like*he Cmr. 000 \n immense concourse of.city men cheered the King -lie.n the u.tonnol Coronation Procession passed the Lon don Sfock- Exchange.Anions thes* were io dot bt some joy...

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Divine Services. Church of England. All Saints', Wyalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 February 1901

Divine Service Church of England. All Saiiitn'; Wyaloiifj. Fpb 3, ] I a ni, Holy Communion, Kev Q Vf Hanoi), 7 ISO |i in, Mr •) (.'hiinnon F« > >0, 7 i.0 p in, ttev Q W Hat ten Fob 24, 11 a m. Iter <> \V IXutcen, 7 30 p m, Air J Clannon

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 February 1901

Well, never mind what you .drink. But the Best Drin^ for the Summer weather is 1| mine gl : | You want to enjoy yourself and celebrate tho greatest-j| « event in tho history of Australia, i.e., Federation, and a | I have in stock equal tov=—. I To meet tho Greafe-Demand thore is going to l>e, and tho prices have been REDUCED so Bout Forget a Bottle, it will cheer you up Port, 12s to 30s per dozen Sherry, '18s to 30s per dczen Muscat. 18s to 30s per doz, (3 firsthand 3 seconds, Albury Show), Claret and Hock, 18s per doz. (Champion Prize, Corowa) BULK FROM 5s 6d PER GALLON. OOOO . WISHING YOU THE COMPLIMENTS OP. .THE SEASON, oooo * SIEBERT, *• West Wyalou*. next Bernstein's Store. . JRETTT.R]SrEIX In JIhrei'y Returned.. TO. CASH PURCHASERS j&.ir •scE-satcsasia'! of General Drapery During the Month of .Fetors \\a/'\*'WVVhA<V*PAA m* BUYE RS; Prices are.boumUo.- advance .under "the Federal Tariff. I\ow the opportunity awaits j ou to dip dej.p iuto your pockets and m...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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St Bar[?] West Wyalong [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 February 1901

Sf_ Tlflrrt.Kir.' lVi««sh Wr.'ifnr»n» , .Sfab ;i, 7 yu p in, v G VV ■ F>'b 10. 7 3i/ p rn, Mr H;uinisti*r Fob 17, H ,a in. Holy 'Communion, Rev G W liuIfMi. 7 HO p ni, Mr li thiiisrcr Pcb."24, 7 .c0 p m, Jiuv t> W Kuttoa . - Foh S, Wo tu H-yno 3 W pin, liov GW Batten l<Vb 8. Yjtrri 8 p m, Iif?v 0 W Rut'en FhI> 10, Mursileu 11 ji in, llrtv tl \V Kaftan . Jfeb Hiawatha y p in. KV/ G \V listiten U. \V. Kaitt-n, Incumbont.

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MUNICIPAL DISTRICT OF WYALONG. ALDERMANIC ELECTION TO THE Ratepayers! LADIES AND GENTLEMEN— [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 February 1901

Ladies atcd Gentlemkv— As a Cimdioute for the position of Aldeniiiui in the next .Municipal Council, I besr to false i he oppor tunity of placing my views on the question before.you. The history of i ho-past year is well known to. yourselves. Hates Imve In en collecti-rl and spent—but 110 in prove ments Imve been made to the Munici pality ; and no en.ploynents given. The money 1ms been spent .in Law ; mid, in my opinion, has been vvi.fu]:y wasted. It is still an open quesuon whether or not the nites for tlie next year will not lie. w us ted also As the Council belongs to the Municipal Association, I consider that there is no necessity for anyone to occupy the position of Council Solicitor —and. what.is required of Aldermen is to carry out their duties fearlessly nnd honestly, and lo fee thai the Il'ite payers' Money is fpenc for tlio Benefit of the Rnti payers. Tile Mining Industry, is the wain stny of Wyalonc ; and the ussf-ssments otigin'iLy pi ced on the mini's I coi sider to he ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Wesleyan Services. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 February 1901

Wufileyan ^orviue*. Feo 8, West AVy.ii'.iiLf 11, .cpe'»<I«"fl!l 3. Wjalong 7.3U—G U VViiliiom ; iVuinboyne 3—G WodiIs Fob 10. B.<na -11, fl iawat ha 3.33. West "Wyalonj^ 7 3')—'I <» Walk in i'eh 17, W.-st VVvul"! % 11, Milifu 3, "Wjm lr>n<j 7 3 i—0 G Walkout; Wuinbivnc 3— J. Wonils; Wttsl Wya'.nn^ 7.3J—I. il-'W^rd Full 21. Wiuiib.iyuH VI, Wust Wyalouj; 7.30—G G Walkoiii ; . Miii-ch 3, Wost \l*yiil«iKf.M. Sp^erlwi.-ll 3 Wyiil»n<; 7 30—U G Wallcoiii; Wiimboyno 3—G Wuods Miircli 10. Ticna ]]. Hiivvntha 3, AVest SV>iIoiil'7 3'—'' G Wnlkixn M«r«h 17, West Wy<il'>n:j 11, Mil^a 3, AVynl"ri^ 7.;'0—G G Wiilkom ; Wumboyne li. .Wt'fi't Wy.-ilmiir 7.:>0— '• Wooils Murcli 2i, Watnboynu II, AVust Wyalon< 7.30—I.; G Wnlkom Murcli 31, Wi-st Wviilnn^ II, Speedwell ; 3, \Vynlon(j 7.30—0 G Wnlkom Marri'iL'os ar» co'omniFert and nth»-r rites • of thii church admiuinturod by thu Circuit. Uiniitor. C G Wuliom

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Municipal District of Wyalong. ALDERMANIC ELECTION. TO THE RATEPAYERS! LADIES AND GENTLEMEN— [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 February 1901

Municipal District of Wyalong'. AJ^DERMAJSTIO ELECTION. Ladies and G entlemen Permit me to lay before yon some if inyirfons reg't'clittg the issue;tt st.'ike in the coming Municipal election A9 I am the on'y candidate nomi •lilted seeking re-election I nm wpll aware that my efforts in 'Council matters during the lust 12 months wi'1 He t.iken into account—with some i favorably, with others not so How ever, 1 trust my action in endeavoring to thwart the wholesale distribution of Municipal monies has met with vonr approval and I will attain merit your confidence for another term. Regmding the accomplishment of acluni improvement within the Muni cipality it amounts to little or nothing, but the chief topic has been the tight ing of legal points which to rny mind •ould have been easily » void'd had not i spirit of vind.ictivenes-i fringed with ignorance on the one hand and on the other monetary gain poss-ssed the minds of those presuming [rower. My attilude, as yon are aware has been to ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Presbyterian Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 February 1901

Prestiytanan Church. Son-ices will h» ly-M as follows until '.further notint*:—Wyiilnnir (Sfnsonic Hull) 11 am. West Wyalon;; (Presbyturiun • Cliurcli) 7.30 i>.ui; E N Mcrrinitton, 15.A.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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To the Ratepayers OF THE Municipality of Wyalong. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN— [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 February 1901

To the Ratepayers OK THE Municipa-ity of Wyalcng. Ladies and Gentlemen— I f*el it to become! my duty. as Uie first Mai or of this Municipality, to give you nu account of what has trans pired with regard to Municipal nvit ters during the past year, in order that you may be fully a ware of what, hits linen done, and may, with such know ledge, bo deliberately prepared to record your vote at the. approaching election of Aldermen in such niannei us will bfi for the advancement and pi ogress of this town. In all Municipalities many difficul ties arise in organization and manage incut, and the Mayor would.,naturally look for honest ai.d loy 1 support, from the Aldermen who had elected him to ihat responsible position, in the carry ing out of ma ters of public concern, and.the administration of the Munici palities Act., which is just, as much the aw under which we live as any other Act of Parliament passed by our Leg islature, elected by universal suffrage, -.uid which must therefore he tak...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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LOCAL INFORMATION. The Mails. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 February 1901

( LOCAL INFORMATION. Tlie Mails. ARRIVALS. From Sydney, Oootamundra, Ternora, Banncd mun, and Wyalonjjr. daily, (Sundays excepted} nt 5.60 p.m , arrives at "Wost wyaloas? at 0.80 p.m. From Unpjrie, Coudololm, eh\, Tuesdays and Fridays at. -I a.in From Marsdenaud Forbe.s, Sundays and Thuradaya at i»p.m. From Valgogrin, Mondays, "Wednesdays, and Fri days at -i p.m. From Caroou, on Sundays at G p.m. From Kildary, on "Wednesdays and Saturdaya at C p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 February 1901

^ Dental Notice. lE. CASPERSONN, -D.D.S. Late De Dental mnntnr o£ Dental Surgery.) L (J)ootor phil«<\e!ptua » and H0SPU^0f Oral Surgery '•.iror 0?Sto Dentistry or Orthodontia. PtS'Alloy, Porcelain, Cement, etc-. ^ sws fesv— /and* Continental Dentistry. ^3,- Residents of the district may, iJttiey ^oathavo the privilege £beJngtr^by ; flrio lllff of the largest c«d Dental Collage in Ainorica. ry npi aye km,tJXk 0i p "eucalypti EXTRACT, 1ST PRIZE syohey 1095,1S9G, 1897,1893 and 1899. : THE B^ST IN THE WORLD & all my Goods through Addess Victorian Goods, O/o Gelling and Sons, Albury. SYDNEY GOODS lg§° (JELLING'S trucks. SYDNEY AGKNT :— J?. 17 HAMILTON-STREET. telephone 2713. —THE— . WYALONG AGRICULTURAL SHOW BUT jjj JKWEIaLEB.Y SHOW IS STILL from tho manufacturers, av'Vi"' LATEST STYLES and IASHj.ONS1 in Hold Brocolies, Rinse, Ladie» and Gent s Wutihes, Chains, Scarf-pins, Shirt-suited : Bangles, and other articles too numerous to petition. , l ~a ; v The ab0T0 article...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 9 February 1901

medical. DR. CASPERSOM, M.D.; D.D.S., (reoisteued nv the new south wales xedicaIj uo.vriD). "]l /J" AY be Consulted at ALL HOURS nt tho Wyalon<f "Dispensary and Phar macy, Main-street, West Wyalong. I'ERRY,' (M.R.O.S., L-S-A.) Late Sukgeon to Yass Hospital akd Gaol, and Government Mudical Officeh Foil Yass District, MAY bo consulted at nil hours afc hi.-) Besidenco, Main Street, Wyulnnjj West, or duiiii'."- msjil hours will bo ioun<i nt H A RTIGAi "3 Imperial Hotel. IMPORTANT DENTAL NOTICE Messrs. McGratli & Cherry, Surgeon Dentists, (LATE OP colliks-3TBEET, MELBOURNE), MAY be consulted at tHeir Konm*, NEXT LINDSAY'S POST OFFICE HOTEL, Main-ft met, WEST W1TALONG, ! froin 9.30 a.m. till 6 p.m. daily. Teeth Extracted Absolutely Painless with Laughing Gas or Aaiesthetics. Surgical mid Mechanical Dentistry in nil its branches, 011 the most approved Ameri can principles. Gold Fillings, Crown and Bridge Work a speciality. Private Address :— GLOBE HOTEL, WEST ...

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