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CASTLEMAINE POST OFFICE MAILS TIME-TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 25 October 1917

e CASTLEXILYE POST OFFICE MAILS u. T . TIME-TABLE. Melbourne, close G.30 a.m., 12.15 p.m., 7.5 p.m.; arrive, G a.m., 10.30 a.m., 4 p.m., 9.30 p.m. - Woodend, close, 6.30 a.m.; arrive 10.30 a.m. j 'Campbell's Creek; close G.30 a.m., | 3.30 p.m.; arrive, 1 p.m. j Yapeen, close G.30 a.m., 3.30 p.m.; j arrive, 12.15 p.m., 7.20 p.m. • Guildford, close 6.30 a.m., 3.30 p.m.; ! arrive, 12.30 p.m. i Tarilta, close G.30 ^.m.; arrive, 1 p.m. 'Barker's Creek, close 7. 30 a.m.; ar rive, 7.'30 a.m. | Woodbrook, close 10.30 a.m.; ar rive 10.20 a.m. Moonlight Flat, close 6.30 a.m.; ar-! rive, 7.20 p.m. Golden Point, close, G.30 a.m.; ar rive 7.20 p.m. 'Chew-ton, close 6.30 a.m., 3.30 ■p.m.; arrive, 12.5 p.m., 7.20 :p.m. Fryerstown, close 6.30 a.m., 3.30 'p.m., arrive, 12.5 p.m., 7.20 p.m. Vaugkan, close G.30 a.m.; arrive, 7.20 p.m. ■Glenluce, close G.30 a.m., Mon., iWed., Fri.; arrive, 7.20 p.m.. Mon., Wed., Fri. iHarcourt, close 9.45 a.m., S.45 p.m.; arrive, 1 p.m., S p.m. Joyce's Creek, close 9.4...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 25 October 1917

Spring &' Summer Dress Goods THREE SPECIAL LINES FOR THIS WEEK. .NO. 1.—Cotton -poplins, beautiful 'mercerised finish, colors, cream, khaki, brown, navy, and mole, 1/65, uusal selling price, 1/9. NO. 2.-—Cotton delainettes, splendid imitation of all wool, navy ground, with red spots, 'also navy and white stripes and spots, *9d, lOld, 1/2. Light ■grounds, fancy effects, 9Ld, 1/. NO. 3.—-Double width ginghams, just the material for school wear, in check effects, navy, pink, and black, grounds, with white checks, at 1/1L 1/4J. DRESS SPECIALISTS. SAMBST anil northern District TRUSTEES, Executors, and Agency COMPANY, Limited, Beniligo ESTBLISHED 1SSS, D1R3CT0RS : Joseph Henry Abbott, Esq., Merchant, 'Bendigo, Chairman; John Henry Goudge, Esq., Grazier, Brimalong, Macorna, Vice-Chair man; Dr. John Mclntyre Eadie, .Medical Practitioner, Bendigo; Cap t tain George Victor Lansell, Bendigo; William Crowley, Esq., Soli citor, Bendigo; Leonard Vivian Lansell, Esq., Investor. Bendigo. WH...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 25 October 1917

S USE ... BECAUSE I KNOW "It g'oes further than any other "It is ALWAYS reliable "It g'ives the best results "It makes the linen easy to iron "It is easy to mix "It makes the linen last longer "It is MADE IN AUSTRALIA "ST IS PURE MCE STAMCH' RICE STARCH IS THE ONLY KIND THAT WILL GIVE SATISFACTION IN THE LAUNDRY For the 9d Is the Life It's the BItocI that Nourishes THE TISSUES OF THE BODY AM) BRAIJT, GI7DTG HEALTH, STRENGTH AjV1> VITALITY TO EVERY ORGA.H, HEXCE I'HE PAEA2I0DM' HI i'ORTANCE OF KEEPING IT PORE. Pure Blood means perfect health of body and mind. Impure blood in curs ill-health, misery, and despair. When the blood sets dossed with impur ities the whole system 'becomes affected, and disease is the sure result. Such disease will appear in one or other of the following forms :— SMn Eruptions, Bolls, Pimples, Slotc ies, Spots, Blackheads, Sores, Eczema, Scurry, Batl Legs. Aoscesses, Glandular Swellings, Piles, Blood Poison, Bliecniatisni, Goni, ek. If you are suffering fr...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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WOMEN'S BUDGET FASHION NOTES AND HOME HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 25 October 1917

WOMEN'S BUDGET 4 „ FASHION tNOTiSS AND HOME HINTS. One of the smartest of tlie new sport ■suits shown lately, was a .combination of black s'atin and blue jersey cloth, at was a bright, almost a robin's egg', tblue jersey, and the skirt was made en tirely of it. The coat was of black ■satin, 'wiMi a turned-up band about two inches wide round the bottom. The broad collar and the deep turned-back cuffs were of the blue, and so were the pocket Haps. The sash (belt war. of the sa'Din, ibut it was lined with the blue! cloth. The whole effect was exceeding • ly smart, and moreover, it had the ap pearance—that is, the coat had—of be ing reversible. • o o~ o • ) \ Another of the new jersey suits was of a deep 'Shade of old rose. The coat 'was cut very long', almost to what is known as three-quarter length. The ■wide cuffs and triangular pocket were embroidered in conventinal design in ■green and magenta wools, in striking effect. The very large 'pearl buttons were in rich shades oi rose and ...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CASTLEMAINE TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 25 October 1917

C ISMJSaiAINU TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. ■r (Adams, F. W. ^ Arclidall, Win. „ ■Ball and Welch Pty. Ltd. .. • • 'Bassett Bros. • ■ iBayley, 'E. I., Campbell's Creek .. 1 ' Bean, Albert ' .Beckingsale, G. and Sons .. •• ' Beckingsale,'Herbert .. .. •• l" iBenevolent Asylum ' __ ; I T . » 1'lv ;Beiinett, J „ •Bes>t, <Xewcil ,and Lawson .. •* ' ©ifchell, F. J. •••••■, •: :^4 iBhime, Ernest H. R., Barker s Ck. 1-4 .Borland, D. M Brother ton, -Mrs J ^ (Brown, D. O. •• •• •• 1 Butler, W. M. 10' * 'Cameron, 'Jonathan . Carter, Amos and Co. • • • • Carter and CowMng S4 Carter, B. H., priv. res l-i> "CASTLEVA1NE -VAIL" •• •• 4' Castlemaine Bacon Factory ^ . - 10o •Castlemaine Butter Supplj Co. 19 t Castlemaine Gas Co., office & '>"> orks lt> •Castlemaine Woollen !Co. Ltd. .. <o ■Clark and Son ^ Clark, .G. H t ]Coek, X. Cocking, F Coffee Palace (R. Bailie) .. •• *>< Cooper, W ^ Conbelil, 'ot Cornish, 3. M. •• ^ Cornish, S. M„ -priv. res. . • ...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 25 October 1917

iSuch of-the cable news, on this >page so headed has appeared in 'The Times," and is cabled 10 Australia by special permission. tit should be understood that the opinions ar.e not those of "The Times" unless expressly stated to. foe so.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KEEP CLEAN [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 25 October 1917

KEEP CLEAN •Filthy promises are certain to cause disease, and [or this reason the Health Inspectors are everywhere enforcing strict .regulations to ensure cleanli ness. AVhat is true of the premises in which -we live applies -to the human system. Unless the body is kept free from accumulated waste, disease will be the ^result. The most efficient health officer to employ 'is a Dr. 'Hor se's Indian Root Pill, which will 'be found highly effective. They are a searching-cleansing remedy acting on the stomach, liver and kidneys. A •pill occasionally -will keep the system clean and in perfect order, and pro tect it from disease of all 'kinds. Officers of the Labor 'Department who are making 'an estimate of the cost of 'the strike in Victoria, are of opinion that the figures, when compil ed, will show that at lean £500,000 has been lost, in wages. Xearly 35,000 .persons have been affected, ■lui: two thirds of these have been working part.'time. Up till about throe weeks ago the number on s...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CABLE RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 25 October 1917

CABLE HATES. w United Kingdom,—Ordinary rate, 3/ per word; deferred rate, 1/G per word; (limbic to delay for 21 hours); week end rates, 9d per /word, twith a mini mum of 15/; cables to members A.I.F-, 9d per word, •Persons desiring to cable money to soldiers A.>I.|F. can do so through the M.O. Office, Castlemainc, .by paying cost of casble (il'5/), in addition to money order commission. ... j

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HARCOURT TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 25 October 1917

HA&COUET TELEPHONE EX. CHANGE. ? Bastev, H. JR. and Sods. •—* 28 Cherry and Sons. Pty., Ltd. 24 Ea>gle, A. E. . —. « 8 Eagle, Ebenezer 15 Eaigle, E. 9 Eagle, 'William 14 Ely, John M. _ « •-0 10 Ely. Walter P. ~ 29 Ely, W. H. ~ 19 Ely, J. 1-1 32 Gaasch, J. A. and P. I Gartside Bros. — 1 Gartside, A. E. ., 33 Guthrie, lira J. ~. 30 Lang, J. H. — 12 McDougall, H. — S JVcLean, Donald _ 20 McLean, Hugh ~. 26 Pellas. J. •— ++' IS Pritchard, Ed. .« 13 Railway Station «. — 25 Rash, L. H. ~ ~ . *-• 18 Seelenmeyor, C. & <S Smith, J 31 Smith, W. .. _*• 27 State RiTera a'ad Water Sup. Com, 21 Syme3, H. •—• 23 Torrens, Thomas , , , t 7 Williams, W. -and B. , t Si Williams, \V. ., 17 Wilson. C. and Co. r _ Warren, J. B. — 5 Warren, C. A. -• 22

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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GERMAN SECRET REVEALED. (Published by "The Times.") [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 25 October 1917

GEIHIAX SECRET REVEALED. > (Published toy "The Times.") I r I .French experts have been deligh'ted 'to discover intact, oil Zeppelin Ll'.l, which was coni'pelled to land in France, long-wanted 'precision instru ments, which 'have 'been kept a close secret, and are of great experimental value.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 25 October 1917

Here is she way 10 gain hair and ! skin beauty. and youth that will en ! dure : — •GREY •HA'IfR—!{ your hair is grey, it can bo brought 'back to its natural 'youthful color in a few weeks just by rubbing fluid -Lit hone 'into the scalp. I.iwione is a curious fluid, for i: has the power to pur back into grey hair the color that, has been lost. Grey hair is just hair with the color out of it. lJithone puts it back—puts it iback into the thousands of tiny color-cells n each hair, so that in about three, ■weeks there will not 'be a trace of irroyncss ;o be seen. 'It .is not a dye; |does not stain the whitest fabric, and, o: course, .is successful with both .men and women. .Price, 3/9 (postage, 9d.). TillE AGET'XG 'PACE—The power to make a plain, aged 'face young, fresh, fair, and clear, is within the 'power o:f any woman. Thorinol paste applied ;o the skin will, in a few weeks take right out of the skin all freckles, tan, sallow, dark, brown color, etc., thus taking years off one's look...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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French Front FRENCH TROOPS ADVANCE. AGAINST GERMANY'S BEST TROOPS. SUCCESS COMPLETE. (Reuter.) A French communique says:— [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 25 October 1917

French Front i FBEXCH TliOOI'S ADVANCE. AGA1XST (>KH>[A\Y'S BEST TROOl'S. SUCCESS COMPLETE, (Renter.) A French communique says 'Xorth of the Aisue tlie attack in the morning developed most .brilliantly, despite Germany's best troops. The first rush captured lines, and For: Malmaison 'fell. The French, pushing forward, expelled the enemy from .'M'ont iParanesse quarries. Our pro gress on flie left was equally success ful, Ihe villages of Allenian and Van desson being taken. Our right car ried the 'line of heights commanding PargnyfHian. Our troops in the cen tre, hustling fresh enemy reserves, stormed the village of Chairgeton, and advanced, reaching a depth of miles. The enemy's losses were very heavy. The prisoners counted up to the pre sent total 7500. Enormous booty captured includes 25 guns. Our avi ation was admirable in bad 'weather,; keeping 160 feet above fhe lines. i Reiner's correspondent at IParis saysj —Yesterday's battle on the Aisne was one of the most important ...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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CHRISTMAS MAILS. EXPEDITIONARY FORCES. Christmas mails fort the Expeditionary Forces will close at the Castlemaine Post Office as follow:— [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 25 October 1917

CHRISTMAS 3UrLS. $ EX'PEDIT!IO.XiA'RY 'FORCES. iClrristmas m'ails for t.ho Expedition .ary 'Forces will close ar, the 'Castle ■maine iPost Oflice as follow : — 1 'Expod'itionary Forces, (3.30 'a.m., on 26i.h insr. United Kingdom, 7.5 p.m., on 29th inst.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE HOSPITAL GALA LADIES' COMMITTEE. FINANCIAL STATEMENT. PROFIT OF OVER £78. AN EXCELLENT RESULT. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 25 October 1917

THE HOSPITAL GALS ? LAlDIES' COMMITTEE. FINAXOIiAL STATEMENT. PROFIT OF OVER £78. A'X EXCELLENT RESULT. rhp ladies' coni ■The final meeting ol hos. P— over a large by The financial ^ at erne l v uul&rson) thet^^t Jamount' alm*y pdd STttetan" to the credit of Je imittee totalled — !'->• '■• ladies' ™™™lit^nev received a: the whilst tlie hrou^lu the total i& an»u,« w.«W * SEft—r i <• pj-'IO-'1 when tne nwiie. about £4, iu- > ihe strcel3 Was ted by tae expenditure am han'ded over; thus leaving a ounted to =-i3',-irnitplv £~S credit balance of »PPr°e ^ as 1;ighly 2/, .which /-" decided to hand ^"monTesV together with a Poorly prepared balance-sheet, to tae M.>o. °C5Z?v"es o£ thank. were accor dodTrs'W. Muirhead, -Mrs J. Bern:*.. •MrVj Coglev. -Messrs. Dann and Co Mrs J. - cnn -Mossr^. J •Messrs. Siefbuhr and • - ^ W. Wectntan, T. Rasmus en. F O. vrsti ssrs. O-Farrell. members of the .i oil others who assisted b> . " '• ,„j .-enderuvs: valuable ser ...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IF FOOD DISAGREES DRINK HOT WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 25 October 1917

IF FOOD 'DISAGREES D'RIiXK HOT WAITER. 4 When food lies like lead in the sto mach, and you have that uncomfort able, distended feeling, it is because of insufficient blood supply to the stom ach, combined with acid and food fer mentation. ifn such cases try the plan now followed in nrany hospitals, and ■adv.ised by eminent specialists of tak ing -half a teaspooivful of <bisurated magnesia in half a glass of water as hot as you c'an comfortably drink it. The hot water draws the blood to the stomach, and the bisurated magnesia, as any hpysician or chemist can tell you, instantly neutralises the acid and stops the food fermentation. Try this simple >pian, and you .will be astonish ed 'at the immediate feeling of relief and comfort that always 'follows the restoration of the normal process of digestion. But he sure to ask the chemist very distinctly for bisurated magnesia, thus avoiding confusion with the sulphates, oxides and citrates or ■bismuth and 'magnesia mixtures wh...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MALDON SHOW DIAMOND JUBILEE LARGE ATTENDANCE [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 25 October 1917

maldon show I ! DIAMOND Jl'SILE? ! LAUGE ATTDXDAXC I The diamond jaoile? ■Maldon Agrieulrurai See: i } OS.8i da.. :*1 ...le ] -presence of a large zixzv-x ! was i splendid exiiihi-do; i:: ' ous classes. The oz::i ' ; was held in rhe Masonic HC: ; Cng the "isiror? ; Hicks. M.L.C. The sum o: -£53 ~as a>;; : ?.v.es. as compared ~i:i: The prhreipa! axards -«•. I Drau^h: <roek :—\V. C:;:i sgeuy; J. Rmnbold, 3-.ti Duff, iEariaghup; D. C:'.'.r: 'man: .7. Broadfoor. Bar:::™:.' ■ lias. Eas:v;l:o: Te'.ford3::;.5 ; a net. i Ca::ie : — G. M::sseiva;:;.Jr 1 B. 'Bryarr. Bav:nziiup: G. Or% 1 con: A. E.v G. I Sheep :—Merino;. "rid; i I.-icosier-=. r,. T?a:i=r. ir j Dennis Pres.: Shrcr.<:L-;;l'.> ' son: Eon; ;Mar;h.' , "■■■'ood; sprl:-.; iar.':= ;G:.a ; Brad for.:. i Ponl:rv :—E. C!.H'li-:. ; Blaek:noro. M.-ldon: : cion- H. Eeversha, Hrrcr:;. 'Maltion: oiva:nr:"n ee ■ 'champion hen. .Mrs O'Lr?.:.-" and A. Gibson: W. Payaria:. ^ hawk: \Y. Emery. sey~::r;' Welshman's Eeed: ...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The British Front ENEMY COUNTER-ATTACKS [?] BEATEN OFF AT EVERY PO[?] GERMANS LOSE HEAV[?] (Reuter.) Field Marshal Sir Douglas H[?] ports:— [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 25 October 1917

The British *ri (Reuter) F!,-':'5 -^rshal Sir Dot ■ . ports 4 ■Besides ,hc anac*^,; nesdr.y :iiorinng's WaaB^'i enemy delivered U'o attaeus. In one case h2 a..s_yi I advance along the Unea?1,*^'i 1 boke-Vc-eicapeUe road, ' sn 2'.'" yards oi our n?* ^ was eugaged by o\u . "J; machine .sua fire, anj mi'd wiia hc-uvy losses. Surviv^ vorins *a withdraw, were &~i our artillery barrage, and a;-'i ed *ue:tv:ly. A second i~*s was launched wirri 3tren=.tli. was made aortar-. Y pros-Stadia railway. y:,c here "-ere also me*, -r.-j ma chin* gun fire, and '.versM 1 In the early nioniiag anoi^] \ was made on our new posit;;-: j hulst. Forest, and nonj i a'taclt 'was repulsed, the ;;>] i ;:r_- prisoners in our liar:;, .lev fill attempt against :or-;f ,1 which "'0 captured on Ti«~ ' j ward ot Poeleapelle, was ! success*r.l. Kiere 7:15 vr>.l j rocal artillery fighting fe;>J| scr-able weather. Our aer;;l:__ .! spite rain and bad visibility. J I ated with our infantry attr.'s] 'j cont...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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WATERSIDE STRIKE SEAMEN RESUME WORK. WHARF LABORERS STILL RESTIVE MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 25 October 1917

waterside strike •I SBA.MEX RES I'.UK WORK. irHARF LABORERS STILL RESTIVE 31Ei.;i'0rRXB, Wednosdav. y^ngi) the so;i!«cn ami other ship .. ,Wers luve resumed on the steamers .Jtf're is still *;1'no trouble with the riiis i!!Oi';i::ur they -declined to attend •> eagasw"6"1 a: the place prescrib £&>• cite ship-owners, but did so at the l^jVu used before the strike. Xcnc j::'rliejn. tovever. was engaged.. and p'jer.'.vaiting'some time they dispensed, y^itiwiiiie, one party of about J Oil t-he steamer Wahn:: were at work. ■r.jde ilielr way to the ygere sonic vol career. ,w T'tore were some recriminations .bo :,veea uis r^o and seme blows ;vW-e struck. biennially the police arrived, and iiie incident closed.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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DISTRICT CORRESPON[?] ELPHINSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 25 October 1917

elphin-sto# Pr^-.::c:eu by yczT week, our easier:; suyri x}!* ]f 'as: Friday. ;?s tf.' rao n!!& •R;vO" »\\'U>an (no: Siwn:*;1 3 "3 -to coxib: the co:n:>:;0j wfst sra^ger &lV. vehicles <»; ail fcinas.• •t,;-tu'::oas motor a the oar:, laden with -i'0'.'-;:Jit?J puTSei. &■' a:ui deposited a hrge lV:> P serous. ai! oat -/or tae lv.i;ser ->v.3s quickly laid bat by a *0Ui. $hel! by oh:v.npicn rifle shot. filtered wjriioiu sririnjr s Pfuitrr produce, and soiin niears were guessed. rafc**' lioned rMr T. ,Ra«'aa iv;^ •'lammer like a pro) in >1! J. R. Maciier got firs: pr cUvs. and :Miss Ovens s< ^ May Owens secured Srst&* rare. Ta e SuAon GT-isir1 stepper won the clntai ing Elpliinstone's dark teen;ii o: an iiich. 'Uri absence of Mr Lwson. v ~al). in an appropriate the fe:e. A crovdei 'iie children's concert, great success from erft;' '■fen-, The energetic keel iike Trojans, ana"sse^-" three or four places 3i ^ should feei ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 25 October 1917

tpXTED ' ' -i-o :•^1 • V,ANTED. to let. for sale, etc. trvXTBD.—^:iiar; lad, to learn the • priming business. A-pplv, Le.i QliiCC. .—Work, cleaning and washing. Apply, -X.B., This Ofiiee. r 05T.—Child's gold bar brooch, 'in u Dovo'ton street, between Kalimna ;-j Barker street. Reward. C. Allen, yjrgrave# street. ri'iESti Vegetables of all kinds, daily, * T. D. Arnott. next Royal Hall. Pt'ECH and Sbl'XGO, -Hunter street. ' have a .caad stock of new and -j. timber: also s. aiand gal. iron, spouting. bath, -doors, and win i#xs, W.C.. etc. UWED TO SELL.—About 35 tons of hay; also two draught mares, young, suitable any -farm work. Apply, A. Waiters. Wood brook. To LET.—"Xelson Villa," low ren tal. Apply, Mrs Pliilpots, Tem sieioa street. JJlU'SE TO LET, situated Wheeler street. Apply, iMcCreery and Hopkins. Market Square. J.hA.XOS -\\ ANTED.—"Wanted to buy .--•oral second-hand pianos, tor college or kindergarten de:i or iron 'frames. State i price. Apply "Box 439, G.P.O.. jsi'SIXBSS 'XOI...

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