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NEW STATES COMMISSION [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 February 1925

NEW STATES COMMISSION The eight' months Occupied' by the New States Commission might just as well extend to eight years. . There will alway's be 'additional evidence to take for the reason that those who have come forward as witnesses nfter wards think of something that they ought to have said, but forgot; Then ' too, - there are the smart retorts to norfinmif- tnmilrlpH «f An is ?well known, these are only framed mentally in all their effectiveness days after the opening was given for them. i\r;:second Innings, as it wore, would produce a crop of . good things sup posing counsel could be Induced to ri-pent questions in exactly tho origin al form. There la another miggos' lion that the Premier might consider, namely, a new department to receive and deal with correspondence ' on the. subject, and hear witnesses whon they come to town. The outlay would be about £6, 0(H) a year. As the eight months, of the life of the commission . has cost about £15,000, ' this may not be considered ex...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A TRY-OUT. A POST OFFICE PROSECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 February 1925

A TRY-OUT. A POST OFFICE PROSECUTION. Continued objections by the defen ding counsel was the feature of the case in which Mr. Gowan, of the Postal Department, proceeded against Austin Robinson, a well known, book maker at the Wagga Police Court, before Mr. J. B. Gibson, P.M., last week, on a charge of 'aldiug and abet ting.' The case dealt with alleged unlawful divulgencc by a telegraphist of the contents of telegrams address ed to' another person to the- defendant. It was regarded as a trial case, and ! oft times throughout the hearing Mr. Walsh, for the defence, implied that 1 the postal department should have ob tained its advice from proper quart- | ers. 'It is only a 'try-out' case and I the Department knows it,' he said. j Mr. Gowan, an officer of the De partment conducted the prosecution, and Mr. W. M. .T. Walsh (of Walsh & Blair) appeared for the defendant. William James Mitchell, a postal investigation officer from Sydney, stat i cd that at about .30 p.m. on Decem b...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GRAHAM BROS. BUILD NEW TRUCK. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 February 1925

GRAHAM BROS. BUILD NEW TRUCK. Ono, Ton Type to ba produc ed large quantities for. sale at low pricc. In. the marketing of their new ONE f TON truck; Graham Brothers filled a 1 long felt want and Its iirrival has ' created extraordinary interest amongjt buj'era and the motor trade gener- I ally.' Messrs. Standardised Motors ! unnoUnce 'that they have placed ex ceptionally large orders with the fac tory so as to cope with the demand which has already set in for the truck. ' Graham' jrothers' operations are now conducted as a division of Dodge Brothers and with this amalgamation, It is intended to. produce, iii parti cular, the hew one ton chassis in large quantities which will enable it to be sold at li particularly low figure. Like their 14 TON ..TRUCK with which Graham Brothers advanced from twentieth to sixth position in the industry in three brief years, their new ONE TON represents a dis tinct achievement in the commercial haulage field. Its . handsome appear ance, graceful sturd...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE FALL IN WOOL. ITS EFFECTS AND CAUSES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 February 1925

THE FALL IN WOOL. ITS EFFECTS AND CAUSED. Winchcombo, Carson Ltd. report: — The wool market has unquestionably not maintained the reputation for buoyancy it established earlier in the season. Wo. do not seek to minimise the fall in values which lias occurred nor the disappointment that decline j has occasioned among wool growers. But, when catalogues including ! every class of fleece and skirtings are ' submitted in Sydney and average 24d. I per lb. all round, wool cannot be styled I cheap. It is cheap by comparison with two months ago but it is equal to the figures of January twelve months ago and those rates ut that time were considered most accept able. Demand for wool has eased decid edly. Its slackening Is partly caused by the bounteous season experienced Fine wool is scarce and any offerings of that character are still finding ready buyers. Abundant pastures have produced ' a clip more robust in fibre and generius in condition. That class of staple'' ris plentiful. It is produ...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 February 1925

TUMUT PHARMACY W. J. STABBACK WINTER COMFORTS— HOT -' WATER BOTTLES. ^ New Stock Guaranteed -for Two Years. *?' All Seasonable Lines of Cougli Mi*- ? tures and Patent Medicine in Stock. ' Large Assortment of Toilet Preparations.- , AGENT FOR KODAK PHOTOGRAPHIC GOODS. Urgent Meilicine can be obtained at any hour by applying at Royal Hotel. NOTE ADDRESS: ROYAL HOTEL. $ !► ? ?.???U-':- u ? \* VITA - LICK VITA - LICK : | ?!; Constantly used means: — ! ! - !; MOBEWOOL. !i f. BETTER WOOL. I I MORE LAMBS. || 5 BETTER LAMBS. :j ? ? HEALTHY, PURE-BLOOD- | ? ED STOCH. i Ii'rlcw on application to Local Agents. ; Edward Wilkinson and Son TUMUT i I H. W.BAKER Undertaker & Funeral Director : ,. , ? -V? CAPPER STREET ? ? TUMUT: 'PHONE 02 TUMUT. * NOTICE ' ^ '? ? ? ? : ^NYONE found Foxhunting or other-' ' wise trespassing on Wyangle or ' ? - Bondo, will be prosecuted without re#- ' - ' pect being shown to persons.. ? ; H. CAPEL, Wyangle. CAUTION ^NYONE found Foxhunting or other* J wise tres...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 February 1925

PLUMBING & GASFITTING WORKS RUSSELL STREET, TUMUT. f G. H. Livingstone CERTIFICATED PLUMBER AND GASFITTER. First Class Workmanship and Prompt Execution of Orders can be relied upon nt all times. f*' ? ? # ' Great Reductions in iron b- Tanks estimates given for any . f CLASS OF LARGE OR SMALL I JOB. I ELECTRIC INSTALLATIONS ' ATTENDED TO. WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION ACT, 1916 ALL EMPLOYERS LIABLE. INSURE YOUR LIABILITY WITH— . F. W. TWEEDIE r- LOCAL AGENT FOR THE VICTORIA INSURANCE COY. LOWEST RATES ON APPLICATION. 'S.F.S.' FRUIT PICKING BAG SOMETHING BETTER FOR FRUIT | PICKING AT A LOW COST j [ POSITIVELY NO BRUISING. r . f^ONVENIENT TO HANDLE COMFORTABLE TO USE. Made of Heavy Canvas and LejQiM ,? Strappings,' with -Nickel ClJili.Jng.-, ' 17/fl each. ^ ?, ?1~. 'Apply— % Sunnyside Orchards Limited, BOX 33 — ? ? BATLOW. 'LIGHTNING' FRUIT GRADER MADE IN 9 MODELS. ' A Machine which sizes every v class of Fruit. I git NO BRUISING— NO DROP i ANYWHERE. % QUALITY AND STRENGTH. ' [' ACCUR...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ACCURACY. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 February 1925

ACCURACY. Goulburn 'Evening Post' quotes an instance of city newspapers' 'ignorance of the country. At the Chamber of Commerce diu ner on Wednesday night Mr. C.' F. Adams gave a striking illustration of the ignorance displayed by some of ' the Sydney papers in regard to coun- [ try affairs. ? uu one occasion,' said Mr. Adam.-, I 'I sent a query to a Sydney daily paper, and asked that it bo answered under my initials. The answer duly appeared in a weekly paper conduct ed by the same company under the heading 'C.F.A.' Goulburn, Victoria.'' 'If that doesn't display colossal ' ig norance regarding the country I 'don't know what does,' concluded Mr. Ad ams. The city press has been erring ig norantly with respect to the towns from which a number of bowlers hailed. For instance, the 'Herald' says Mr. Bernasconi belongs to Batli urst and Messrs. Kendall and Earl to Young. They are all Orangeltea.

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 February 1925

Put it to the Test— The 'ARGUS'— The Best.

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
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THE CONTROL OF TUBERCULOSIS. To the Editor, "Adelong Argus." [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 February 1925

THE CONTROL OF TUBERCULOSIS. BY DR. RICHARD ARTHUR, To Hie EW. '.jr, '.Idelfcig Ires' Sir, I wits nvvJi Inloreslc-il in tho report on .:l,e control of pulinonnrv tul.:-i-.. ulosts !-y Dr. 1 Gordim JIWop. ' ' teitahily time thar, in ^»ew ? nth Wales at least, something was done to attempt to co-ordinate the various agencies seeking to grapple with the disease and to add others which are urgently needed. I Inn 0 little personal knowledge of the position, but from what I do know I should be inclined to sav that Mu- man without any financial reserve who is attacked by tuberculosis, lia» but little chance of being .successful ly treated. Take the ease of a wage earner in Sydney, a clerk, a shopman, an ' em ployee iu a factory or store; he has dependents and so just pays his way. He. finds himself out of sorts or has a slight haemorrhage and consults a medical man. He is told that he has a T.B. infection and that he must abandon his present employment and j either get out into the open ai...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
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POSTAL MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 February 1925

POSTAL MATTERS. Referring to postal matters, Henry \Y. Turnbull (well known by Ills pen name, 'The Little Rascal') writes no follows in the Juuee Southern Cross, It goes to show that other places are not satisfied : with their postal ser vices: — 'Sir,— In your suty-leadjer ('S.C.,' 1/30/25) you -put the ease for the average townsman . (or business, man ) when- urgent wires, postal notes, or inquiries necessitate his calling at. the P.O.. very forcibly. Would you al-, low me to have a growl on behalf of the poor bushy, whose . mall probably Is just as dear and important to him lis that of the King of England. The bush worker i* invariably serv ed by what is called a 'roadside' mail and he has to depend on the good offices of the mailman. The writer,. for a person of no im portance has a fairly large mail; mostly love letters and papers, city ..dailies, country 'rags'-' and . so . on. Just to show to what disabilities the poor bushie is liable, allow ine to state the following person...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
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FILTHY AND ODOROUS. STRONG CRITICISM OF OUR RAILWAY CARRIAGES. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE EXPRESS INDIGNATION. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 February 1925

FILTHY AND ODOROUS. STRONG CRITICISM OF OUR RAILWAY CARRIAGES. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE EX PRESS INDIGNATION. Reams of paper are being used up in complaints about the type and con dition of the carriages 011 the night train from Cowra to Harden, and the through carriage to Sydney. Ind/gtia-, tion was generally expressed at Wed-' nesday's meeting of the Young Cham ber of Commerce. The following let^ iler, sent by Air. Tester, president, to the Area Commissioner, was read : — THROUGH CARRIAGE SLEEPING ACCOMMODATION. SEATING ACCOMMODATION. 'This question has become an in sistent one. It seems utterly un reasonable that this community should be obliged to put up with the inconvenience and uncqinfortable ness of the old A.J. carriages for such a long time. The district, deserves better treatment, and would much like to know why the passengers of other centres eaji continue' to .enjoy the com forts of the modern carriages, whilst we are to put up with the old cars. The old cars are objectionab...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DARBALARA TO BE SOLD. A SERIOUS BLOW TO GUNDAGAI. A NATIONAL CALAMITY. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 February 1925

DARBAIASA TO BE SOLD. A SERIOUS BLOW TO GUNDAGAI. A NATIONAL CALAMITY. We understand that the famous Dar balara Estate, the , property of' tho S.A.I. Co., is to be sold, und a survey or is now at work on the subdivision, i'iils wlU be a serious blow to Gunda gai as there has been no better feed et 'to tho town, whore the settlers get their fhetpies and come to town to spend them. i uesides being a loss to Gundagni it Is a serious loss to the State, aB It has now become famous in ecfiiHe ciuenco of the wonderful Melba's arid a place where the highest class' Milk ing Shorthorns aro bred. This iu known ail over the world, and has advertised the fact that there is a little fertile place called Gundagal on the map. We understand it Is the intention of the company to give the present holders of the farms the first right to acquire them on terms to be ar ranged, but to our way of thinking, without the terms are very easy, there will not be too many of the old ten ants able to go on with th...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 February 1925

nijk Marcus Clark & Co. Ltd. J j|U CENTRAL SQUARE, SYDNEY 1 Drapery, Clothing,' Milunery, Footwear, H wiSMfert Furniture, Ironmonge.y, Crockery, etc. Eg For CASH or EASY TERMS 1 Get In touch with our Local Representative:— B F. PURVIS, B 'CLEVES,' SUTTON ST„ fl COOTAMUNDRA. g 'the best place ~1 FOR your savings f ' GOVERNMENT SAVINGS BANK^ OF N.8.W. I '? ' \ '-v 1/- WILL OPEN AN ACCOUNT Interest paid at 4% up to £500 and at 3J% on excess to £1,000 PER80NAL, JOINT AND TRUST AOOOUNTS OPENED AL80 AOOOUNT8 FOR CHILDREN OF ANY AQE WRITE FOR BOOKLET Government Guarantee for All Deposits ?169 BRANCHES AND 538 AGENCIES9 ? ? NO AGENCIES AT POST OFFIOE8 . .jaggs: ? ? ? ? | head orncs stdhix. k I OPEN FOR ALL CI ^1E3 OF — g a General Bankin g Business | | In th» Principal Glti** and Towns of At'drs. ^ C w Qufne* (2) anri Lwirion (S). gj Savings Bank department | «; all. Branches, .tnd Sftvins^a 6nnk A;fQi :i- at 3212 Post Offices through- fe . »»ui tn« C-ammonweaiih of Australia, T«rit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 February 1925

A Common Case of Piles. It May Lead to -Serious Results. When people generally understand chat all swell fatal diseases as Fis tula, Ulcer of. tlie Rectum, Fissures, etc., almost iuvariably begin in a . sim- ple easy of Piles they will learn the vvisdviiu . of taking prompt treatment .'or the first appearance of this trou ble. Doan's Ointment is unequalled i«r every form of Piles-Bleeding, Pro truding, Itching nnd Blind Piles, and hundreds of lives have been saved by using this cheap, but effective remedy, right at the start, because at such times a single pot has often effected I a eure, while in the old, deep-seated chronic cases several pots are some times necessary. Here is a case: air. A. II. Francis, 192 Union Street, Ersldnville, Sydney, says: 'I used Doan's Ointment for Itching and Pro_ trading Piles, and I am pleased to tell you it completely cured me. Pre viously I had tried all sorts of Oint ments, but they gave me little or no relief. I was suffering terribly when I firs...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BATLOW POSTAL MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 February 1925

[?] P0SVAL MATTERS. In the 'T. & A. Times' of 0th Feb ruary there Is a lender on Adelong postal affairs. It might be mentioned that Adelong defects affect Batlow al so. Take, for instance, postal notes and stomps. Only n certain nmouiit I . of cither is allowed to Batlow nt a ; time, and ns these sell out very quick ly people often cannot get the va lue in notes or the denomination in -stamps they want. They either hare J to send more money than -they need, ?or wait another mail, perhaps longer till the things come along. Also Ade long docs not keep penny postcards, ' Bo Batlow has to go ' -without them too, as Batlow can only get postal sup- | plies from Adelong. They should be nblo to got their heeds direct from ' headquarters, that is, Sydney. Re qnlsltions for postal notes anil stamps iHre sent in nearly every weeK, some times they arlvo by return mall, sonic times they don't. The writer, for ex ifimplo, ? has - often -had to wait until pert time in Batlow to obtain re q...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 February 1925

I ! JI/INTE'i will com? and you J?f-\ gSt\ — s j f [ * * 'will say 'I wis L had Jfe- *^£psK ^ I 1 'Preserved some fruit.' ) i -% Now is t!u time — while Fruit is « I % Ipleti'ij'ul — to busy yourself in that //wm-1SE~cvI if % | 'pleasant task of Prcscrv ng. v (If jjfl . ? 'ilffjjVlV'' ^ y | All your ri qiiirnnems in the shape ? 1 $ I of Pan , Scales, Mcaures, fats, Z Rubber Rings, Spoons, eic, are hei e. 1 Come in anJ'make your selections, X % \ * ? ® ? ? ? ? '& ? '?? ^ I PRESERVING JARS:— SCREW . I ;| ?'..:' TOP, WIDE MOUTH. BACH JAR I I PROVIDED WITH RUBBER KING. I I 1 QUART SIZE 12/- I)OZ. , I I 2 QUART SIZW, J7/. DOZ. I I ? : ? ' s JAM JARS. % ' I I 21b. ROUND ,0/- DOZ. :t ' , I l 1Ib^K0IJ^D' ' l/0 'lWS'3'^ j Protect your Profits llTtL^ &15 BO TT Thousands of Dairy. Farmerti throughout Australia using ^^TaP fowii the Diabolo ; have eliminated ' : cream waste. The efficient IQgjl^lIlflla Diabolo , separates better cream because of its scientific constructed bowl, ...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
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AFTER FIFTY YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 February 1925

AFTER FIFTY YEARS. A.- start'i will: be- madaavitli Mlie -Yoss Water . Supply early in April. The ; matter' was: first spoken of half a ??en- tury. ago, ? but delay occurred. It ixat, come at laeti however. The expendi ture on the construction of- tho , water- works is the first big one there has been in Yass for many -rears and as the town has managed to move for-, ward without extraneous aid it. will probably make rapid progress during the next year -or two. By that time Canberra will have eo far advanced that our proximity to it will become ? a help. The prospects arc. that Yass will develop into- a large town before many years go by.— 'Yass Courier.'

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
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FRAUDS IN FORBES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 February 1925

FRAUDS IN FORBES. Some local business 'men (says the 'Advocate') arc now- kicking them selves over transactions made with a . presentable stranger some little time ago. Nicely dressed and business-like, the stranger called here and there and made suggestions on the handsome re turns local business people could ob tain by taking space in the new tele phone directories, which would soon be coming out. The agent had a nice ly printed receipt book, reading 'Aus- trol Publicity Service Co., Melbourne.' There was no other address, and the ?agent- collected his guineas and left nothing more than a batch of receipts. In due course the directory came out — so did the truth. The guineas had gone to fill certain of Australia's empty spaces, and the Victorian C.I.D. have been unable to trace the gang. .What was it Burnum said: Something , about one being born every minute. The quick action taken by the local postmaster prevented the BCheme be I ing worked in other towns in the [West.

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 February 1925

£50 ® CASH within reach ef a!i I FOR THE GREATEST NUMBER OF WORDS MADE i OUT OF LETTERS CONTAINED IN ^ Tho following CASH PRIZES will be given: FIRST PRIZE, £10; SECOND PRIZE, £5; THIRD PRIZE, £3; FOURTH PRIZE, £2. And Also TEN PRIZES of £1 EACH; TWENTY PRIZES of 10/- EACH, and FORTY PRIZES of 5/- EACH. Return to MESSRS. W. C. DOUGLASS LIMITED, Foveaux Street, Sydney, on or before 31at MARCH, 1925, with your name and address clearly stated, a numbered lint of ENGLJSH DICTIONARY WORDS — written on one side of paper only— ? together with n docket slip plainly showing you have purchased a 1-lb. tin or two 14-lb. tins of 'FOUNTAIN' BAKING POWDER from your Storekeeper. As an example tho words— (1), BAKER; (2), BOW; (3), TON, Etc. In the event of any Competitors sending' In an equal number of words, neatness In writing and lay-out will be taken Into consideration In tho lhial decision. The decision of the Proprietors to be llnnl, nnd all members of tho Staff of the 'Fountain' Mills and Me...

Publication Title: Adelong Argus, Tumut And Gundagai Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong Argus, Tumut and Gundagai Advertiser — 16 February 1925

laBBBSBHsasffiHnsaHEEiigaeKBsaBsasaassassBaaBgBaBSEKiRssB^ sa _? S | Globe r Mcitfei j ra 1 .— rr .. „ ?? ? _ ? - — i t 5 ' . 5 ra ? ? ? ' bj . 'B sa ? ? ?? g MR. W. P. LINKENBAGH WISHES -TO ANNOUNCE TO THE g a K | PUBLIC OF TUMUT AND DISTRICT THAT HE HAS TAKEN 3 is i g OVER THE GLOBE HOTEL FROM MR. J. BRISTOW, AND I m -1 g THAT STRICT ATTENTION WILL BE PAID AT ALL TIMES TO 9 BB- ? . 1 g THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE PUBLIC. ' .. S H GOOD MEALS ? LIQUORS TRUE ; TO LABMi. 3 s . ? . i | ?? ? - ? ' s s I CALL AND SEE THE NEW MANAGEMENT. f 5 : g ...... - ib 'm ? I EVERYBODY WELCOME. S ? ? . ? „ 'r ? - ? ? S. ? 'X : I - Lay the Foundation t or a 1 Good Day'« Work. Good Morning Meal 'The Breakfast Luxury' . ideal for this purpose. GET A PACKET AT YOUR STORE. Prize Coupons and Presents in ' ^ evjery packet. . IA ' I ' LOAN FOR PROPERTY PURCHASE. £50 ? ? to i ' £10,000 ? Vt 6 per cent. Interest for 20, Years. BECOME A SHAREHOLDER INSURE YOUR .LIFE ; BORROW YOUR POLICY MONEY The General Financo Me...

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