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A CONCLUSIVE proof.—Distinc- I

tive style, workmanship and :

fit, reflects latest fashion. Georgo |

and O'Neill's high-class tailored suits. Quality speaks. Values, 75/, 81/, 30/, The liouso for men's hats, tolts 6/ to 9/6, panamas S/C to 21/. Wool underwear, nil sizes ; pyjamas, sty lish shirts, nobby ties, motor coats,

men's boots, 12/0, 17/6. We're the j houso for boy's IC.n. suits, 9/C, 15/6. Men's ready-to-wear tailored suits, 35/ to 50/. Go to the Don.

A.—Go to W. H. Taggartfy » Thomson-stroet, Hamilton, for

ease, olegance and perfect fitting gar- I ments. Latest designs and fashions ]

In tweeds, twills, nud cheviots. Mod erate prices.

ANEW and Choice Supply ol |

Christmas and New fY.oar Cards,

issortod. in boxes, 9d to 4/ per box;

icstaKO 3d and (id extra. Patriotic I

Christmas Stationery, 1/, 1/6, 1/9 [

per box ; postage 3d and Gd extra.

Cooks, Novels, by popular authors. !

Annual Volumes. Chatterbox, Boys' and Girls'" Australian Annual, and a

fine assortment of Books suitable ibr presents and privies. Attacho and Writing Cases, Pocket Books, Al bums, Purges, Etc. Fresh War Pub

lications. Lett's and Australian IMa- |

ries for IMG, now ready, offico and pocket' editions.

KENNAN'S BOOK WAREHOUSE,

Hamilton. 'Phone 112.

ABBMROSB has Re-opened' in I

o Shop opposite the Argylo j

Hotel, Gray-street, and as ho de

sires to make quick clearances of I his stock of Boots and Slices he. will

Sell Below Wholesale Cost for Cash.'

A —BOOTS.—Hugh Thomson's.

Hugh Thomson's genuine Wa

tertightB, farmers' Bals and Lighl I Boots, always reliable ; hand sewn

uppers, guaranteed. Leggings and I Slippers. At J. A. Walker's, Thorn- I »OD-6triet. Repairs neatly and cheap-1

ly done.

ARE you looking for the Cheapest

place at which to buy Crock

ery, Glassware, Kitchen Utensils, Picture Frames, Fancy Goods, Toys, Etc.? Then go to C. P. Marshalls Thomson-streat Emporium.

BONEDUST.—A few tons on hand.

For all' Spring and Summer

Crops. Exora. Thos. Brown.

C< P. M A R S H A L L ' S |

'• CHRISTMAS TOY FAIR

OPENS 1st DECEMBER.

Absolutely the Best Toy Show Out |

of Melbourne.

Sco Large Window Display.

C. P. MARSHALL'S,

Thomson-Street Emporium.

TVANCINGj—A Dance will be held

in the "Foresters' Hall To-mor row Night. New Year's Eve; Danc 'ng 8 sharp. Gents., 2/ ; Ladies in

vited. J. Wall, T. Walker. Secretar-1

ies.

pO!'. CHRISTMAS PRESENTS I x Go to 1

C. P. MARSHALL'S

Thomson-street,

Where you have a Large and Well j Assorted Stock to select from. Pre-| Bents for everyone at lowest possilbHo I

Pftco. See windows. C. P. Mar shall's Thomson-strePt Emporium.

FOR flleoplessnenn, Depression,

Loss of Appetite, take "Sednu."

Comritwed of Cocoa, Kola, Beef Ex tract and Port V.'iuo—nil ifi °ne Hold by D. Laidlaw and Co., and *11 wlnfc and spirit morchanti throu chout the Western District.

fi EORGE BOTLER, Stock and

Station Agent, Byron-gtreet. Wettern District rapresent'itlTs Now 2'iland I,o»b and Mercantile Ag

•a«y.

fT'S the high class (juality of tha

Tailoring, the comprehensive range of patterns, tliat makes " Mill ®rii" the centro for to-inoasure Xrnas. ""its. Order to-day. Samples on application.

7VT URSe SLIPFER Las removed to

Alexandra Parade, and is Prc" Pared to take outdoor patients,

Q RIENTAL DKPO T.

On View at the above.

NEW GOODS and NOVELTIES,

Suitable for Christinas Presents and

N'ew Year Gifts. MISS REID.

C.UAY STREET, HAMILTON.

MXTCII CYCLE niul 'MOTOR

DEPOT.

I ' I

BICYCLES—

>C(> ■ .> ■ £7

£7.10,0 £8 10 0

£10 .10 0 ;

i .fill B' 0 I £12 10 '0

£14 10 0 I £15 15 0

I MOTOR CYCLES—

1 INDIAN,

j . IIUDGE-MULTI. .

I DAYTONS, 2: cylinders. . I HENDTSRSON, 4 cylinder, i •I.A.P's.' to arrlvo.

TYRES, BELTS;; AND ALL ACCES

, SORIES.

| ' '1/ T »■ i ot

i Tennis Rnckots Ropnirod ^Neatly.

| j . Only Best: Material l/scd.

I.

i • .

I LEITCI-I CYCLE and. MOTOR

DEPOT.

"Phono144, day or night.

MRS: 'R.' O. ■ BEAUGLEHOLE,

•" Otwny^strcot,: Portland,

; Has Furnished Rooms to Let. '

Q CIIWEPpE'S SODA WATER. >-3 CHWiSPPE'S lemonade;

SCHWEPPE'S DRY"GINGER'ALE

. TI-IE BEST.

Polo Distributors for Hamilton and

. . District,

D. LAIDLAW and GO.

AWMILL Hands Wanted. -'Apply

to A. G. Turn>bull, Rocklands Sawmill, Balmoral.

PLOUGHS, Sot or Stump-Jump,' ]

any size you liko; also all Re-1 pairs, expert hiacksmitli. Doutecber, Son and Walker, Engineers, Lons ^-ic-stract. Hamilton.

SPECIAL Values Ladies' Blouses,

Costumes, Children's Dresses, now showinc at Carthew's} Thomson

street.

(^.f EPPELT'S Famous Vinegar

O Brown or White, Finest fot .1 Table Use, and specially adapted fof

making Tickles.

SOLE AGENTS for Excelsior and

James Motor Cyclca, £82/10/

Leslie Motor Cycles, £45 to ;£G2 ,

f'VH. M otor Cycles, £7/10/. Mam fac-. . turbrs of Granville Cycles, at £7

10.V £8,10/, and £10/10/; L"(-Ha j

Cycles (the best), at .C12/10/ and £14/lC/.: We stock Tlanuo, Organs

Guns, Go^carts, V,Cycle . and Motor | Suuiries: ';rRepair8 o£ all kinds a spe ciality. Carriage paid. J. J. Maloney, and Son, Thomson street, Hamilton

m AKE Beef, Iron and Wine, .the]

JL best tonic. Rountrcc's Phar

macy. • : •

T

HE: SOLUTION ■ OF TE

"PRESENT"QUESTION.

■ VISIT > TOY®'BROS.' '

An Endless Variety of ^

USEFUL AND SEA SONABLE

PRESENTS,

At the "Right" Price. TOTE BROS.,

HAMILTON and PORTLAND, 'Phone 224.

Tip hi.' liUTLEK, Brown-utreet. hfcB JL e an up-to-date stock of: Uoott uml Shoes, of tho beat ■:duality, to 'it auy Icet. Price*, moderate.

WANTED, Woodcutters, to cut j

one hundred and fifrtv tons

Firewood, at per ton of forty-eight feot. Apply W. Officer, Moiint Tal'bot,

Vic. '

WANTED.—Lady Nurse, £1 ;

charge four children ; referen-j

ces. Mrs. W. T. Allen, Boorook, WoorndOo, near Mortlake.

W ANTED, two men to stook ab

out 120 acres at per acre. |

Apply D. Campbell,. Strathkellar.

WANTED at once, good Cook. .

Apply , C. E. Lott, Railway ]

Hotel, Dunkeld.

WANTED, first week in Janua-|

ry, an Experienced^ Woman aa

General. Apply Mrs. Melville,' Roke- |

by, Ballarat Road.

WI-IILK THE WAP. IS ON

BALE PTtIC el •'

WILL BE KEPT ON

AT -WALL ACE'S MEN'S CASH OUTFITTER.

GRAY-STREET. HAMILTON.

"1 01 (f-iWe have produced for

JL<l/-LV 19U a Now Model of Cy-1

clo that has many new improvements., including the New Eadie Free Wheel Coaster, which we will guarantee ne ver to slip. This Cycle, we guaran tee for 12 months.

PRICE £9/10/.

Hall and inspect tbiR'and other mo-1 dels we have in stock before purchas

ing'. Our prices range from £~/10/

to Cll/10/. .. '

We Stock— !

CYCLES, .

MOTOR CYCLES,

GRAMAPHDNES. ,

SPORTING GOODS.

mimical instrumf.vts, .

CYCLE & MOTOR TYRES,

GUNS and RIFLES,

And CARTRIDGES. ■•

CREAN'S CYCLE AND SPORTS

DEPOT. ■

HAMILTON.

"Phono 97. ' :

Xma<! Nnv«lti«s Fanry Boxes Rp>pt Sweets

Betts' Candy Store.

~fj" OKT, Three Sto^l Wishing Rods, J1.J 'J joints, returning from Moln nido ((flrnohj) to llamiltun; reward. Krnnk AltiMeit Hamilton.

CJ TOLION or Strayed, ir»U PV.voh

> and Wethers, mixed ni.cos, top , off near ear, back and front notches !

Gar. JJctuint'ru prosecuted. ; Reward 2/ per head on nheep recov ered. Edward Storcr, Wallaccdalo

North. I

rTIAKB Notice.—Stolen or Stray **- cd from near Hotspur, between 50 and CO head of Cattle, steers top of! near ear, i>nck and front notchcs oft ear ; heifers back and front notch cfl ear, and cut under near car (some heifers same earmark ns steers). Reward £r> per head if stolen. .Detainers prosecuted. Kd ward Storer, Wallaccdale North.

TBNDRRS invited for additional

building to Bessiohclle Mechan

ics' Hall. Plans and specifications can ho inspected at "Spectator" Of fice up till January 10th. Tenders close with secretary January 31st, lGlS.

'J. A. MORRISSEY Hon. Secretary.

PICTURE

EMI TEJ?TASir*l!¥i£ftJT

IN THE GARDENS, FftlDAY NIGHT

(New Ycnr's Eve.)

Admission, 1/.

Commencing at 0 o'clock.

• FOI.iI.OW THIS. BRASS BAND.

, Terarag Races.

NEW. YEAR'S DAY.

TRAIN ARRANGEMENTS.

HAMILTON-PENS HURST LINE. Leavo Hamilton 7.5 a.m. Leave Penshurst 8.5 a.m.

Leave Hawkesdale 8.55 a.m. . Leave Koroit 9.50 a.m.

Leave Warrnambcol 10.40 a.m. Arrive Racecourse 12.22 p.m.

RETURN.

' Leave Racecourse for all stations, Warrnambool to Hamilton, at 6.25

p.m.

Winslow Races

HORSES and passengers for the

Winslow races may travel by

tjio Terang special to Koroit on

New Year's Day.

■ W. LATTA,

Secretary.

-Raspb«n\v Trifle

In packets containing the pow ders and jelly necessary to rrnke a Raspberry Tr'de, similar to a Tipsy Cake or Trifle, with' the addition of jolly to give i> fruity flavour. Full directions on each packet. Price Gd. Swiss Trifle

A high-class table delicacy, similar to Raspberry Trifle, differing in flavour. Price Cd per packet.

GharJnit" Russe

A combination of jelly and cry staiised fruit to make an ideal table dessert. Gd per' packet. Lemon Fcam

A delicious addition to stewed fruit. Packets 6d.

Aborted Craam

(NELSON'S ENGLISH.))

For luncheon, dinner or supper, in six flavours. Each packet makes one pint. Per packet 6d. ri'ttit Putkirigs

In boxes containing three pac kets. Eacli packet makes a de licious puddinsr in a few minu tes with boiling milk, no eggs n.-ciHired, Per box 6d.

Lemonade, ftaspberfyada

Eiffel Tower Crystals. Each packet makes 1J pints of cor dial, "absolutely free from all , adulteration." 6d per packet. Bl'tic ivtango

Blanc Mange Powders, flavoured with Raspberry, Vanilla, > Le mon, etc., in . 8oz. net: tins. - Good with all fruits. In tins

; Gd. , ,

Fruit in Jflily |

. Foster Clark's "Fruit in Jelly" !

Blocks, contain real fruibi will [ set without trouble. A hot j

weather favourite. Per packet i , Gd. i Fruitella 1

i Table Dainty, in boxes. Each t

box contains 1 packet powders, i 1 packet cream—Not a Blanc |

Mange, but a uniqaio dessert, i Per packet Gd.

Spr>nge ftixturn

' Foster Clark's Sponge Mixture,

with two eggs, makes a delic ious Swiss Roll. Per packet Gd.

Q»*>en Cnko Powrfors

r EIFFEL TOWER Queen Cakes, ' Ginger Buns, an(l Milk Pudd

ings, ir> bundles of three. As sample, per bundle Gd.

Tha 12 pest froa for 7/G

to introduce.

Dainty Dishes

for

Snmno

'J. Thomson k Go.

The ?ron Store.

DON'T BUT YOUR

Christmas Presents

Until ycu have inspected what I have to offer you.

Manicuro Cases

Hair Brushes at half prices

MilKary Brushos in leather ciiboo Toilet Oases

PofumrjS in enskots, from 1/ to 25/

Scanted Soups and Toilet Requisites in groat

vntioiy, and very clioico English and French Jinu (lo Cologne at all priios.

FRANK UKEN, Chemist,

" URECJ'S CORNER" PHARMACY Phono 14, HAMILTON

Sack's

Optioafl Parlour

DANGER SIGNALS

BRING SORRY OR BEING SA

TISFIED

Ts the difference between having Kinases forced upon you at your door by Spectacle Peddlers or go ing • to an established Optome trist's office where he can 1/e found the next day, week, month, and

year.

THE ONLY SAFE WAY

"A"hen in doubt about your eyes or your glasses is to have your Eyes Examined and your Glasses designed, made, fitted, adjusted, and repaired 1)y an OPTOMET RIST in your home town, whose nbility and integrity is unques

tioned.

Our Mr. F. Sack, IULV.QA.

Will Personally

TEST CLIENTS' EYESIGHT

Every Day of

JANUARY WITH THE EXCEP

TION OF

TUESDAY, JANUARY 11th.

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12th.

Special Note.—No Props or Drugs used whatever in testing sight.

Sack's

Jewellery Store

ENGAGEMENT RINGS, WEDDING RINGS, KEEPER RINGS.

We hold the Finest Stock of Engagement Rings in the Wes tern District, and at Prices that Fall Easy on the Purse. Our re cent Large Purchase of Diamonds from Sydney has enabled us to Show the Finest Assortment ot Kings Since we have been in busi

ness.

IS carat $ Hoop, three Diamonds,

two Rubies, 45/, 50/, GO/, 80/, 100/ (our best seller).

18 carat J Hoop, '1 Diamonds, 3

Rubies, or 3 Sapphires or 3 Opals, SO/, 100/, 120/.

18 carat J Hoop, G Diamonds 18 carat Hoop, G Diamonds,

3 Garnets, 100/, 120/, 140/, 20®/, 15 carat Gipsy Rings, 2 Dia

monds, 3 Sapphires, 42/, 50/, GO/.

15 carat Gipsy Settings, 4 Dia

monds and 3 Coloured Stones, 30/. 35/, to 120/ (a fine range)

Wedding Rings and Keepers, 10/0,

14/6, 15/, 17/0, 20/, 25/, 30/, 35/, 42/, 50/.

Band Rings, lil/H, 12/6, 14/6, 17/6,

20/, 25/.

E. SAC K,

Watchmaker, Optician, Jeweiler, Hamilton.

WALL PAPERS

Glass, Oil,

Piiints,

Artists' Materials.

Albert White,

• (Opp.lVictoriaJITotol),

Gray-st,, Hamilton.

Telephone 158

PICTURES'

MILLER'S For Furniture

Gray-street

We are ths FURNITURE PEOPLE with the FINEST SHOWROOMS in

the District, which are full of Modern and Up-to-'date Goods.

Just opened a Fine Range of LINOS, in all Widths, Qualities,' and Prices. " , ■ • ;

DININGROOM SUITES in Leather, Pantasote, and American Duck, Saddlebags, from dEG/15/. :v„.i.':,,--'..'/.,

BEDROOM SUITES in Walnut, Ash, Kauri, light and dark. - Some modern designs to choose from £10. " . v \ '

BEDSTEADS and COTS in all sizes and colours, at prices to. meet all purses. -• \x: ■■■■':•>'

CANE CHAIRS. Some beautiful designs, and priced within reach of

all. , . -. .. ■

CARPETS, Hall Runnera, and Hearth Rugs in Great Variety. FENDERS, in Nickel,Antique and Black Nickel. BAMBOO BLINDS, all sizes, in green or white.

COUNTRY ORDERS PACKED FREE OF' CHARGE.

TERMS MAY BE ARRANGED.

A.

hitler & G©„ Hamiltsiirii.

Tflleph^rfi 44-.

ROWS PURE AGRICULTURAL IJME (Supplied to the Depart ment of Agriculture) is free from Sand or Magnesia, and contains 97.6 per cent, of Carbonate. Will go through any Seed Drill. 12/6 per ten on trucks at I-Ieywood. following Agents :—

HAMILTON—J. G. Stewart & Co.

PORTLAND—W. P. Anderson & Co. RAINBOW—Young Bros.

DUNKELD—R. & S. Woodburn. WARRNAMBOOL—Saltau Bros. LORQUON—Young Bros. CONDAH—Baker Bros.

COLERA1NE—Broadbent Bros. MAOARTHCJR— J. Young.

HEY WOOD—J. Best & Co. DIAPUR—Young Bros.

PENSHURST— J. G. Chesswa*. WILLAURA—Ford Bros. KANIVA—Young BroB.

LAKE BOLAC—G. M. Gangs, Jun.

Can be obtained only from the

MAROONA—Ford Bros.

CASTERTON—H. & G. Harris. MOUTA J UP—r. Handreck. JEPARIT—Young Bros.

DIGBY—W. G, Heazlewood. BALLARAT—David Kerr.

■JORSHAM—Chas. H. Hoskin. NETHERBY—Younc Bros. TOOLONDO—Geo. Murray.

PORT FAIRY—Powell & Son*. BUNINYONG—David Kerr. GOROKE—J. A. RobinBou.

GLENTHOMPSON— Scott Sc. Walker.

HAMILTON DISTRICT — Strachan,

MlUane and Sullivan. NHILL— Goldaworthy, Coles & Co.

A. W. ROW, PROPRIETOR. WORKS—CAVE HILL. HEYWOOD, VIO.

Xmas £?©«Mi8

at Rouhtree's Pharmacy—

Including Choice Manicure Sets, Caskets, Sachets, Hair Brushes, Perfume Sprays, Cameras, Soaps, Etc , Etc.

Inspection Cordially Invited

J. §1

"Phone 71,

iYlake your selection early.

Pharmacist,

Gray-street, Hamilton

OON'T leave it to the last' minute, when everybody is rush

ing orders along. Select your Christmas Dainties now.

You'll neod Hams, Cakes', Biscuits, .Jellies, Cannoil Fruits, Sweets, Almonds, and" other Nuts, Raisins, Dates, Dried Fruits, etc. We have them all at the keenest of prices. Select" your needs from' this li^t :—

WM

Xrnaa' Puddings, in tins

and haeinB, 1/2, 1/4, 1/6, 2/. 2/6. 3/G.

Xtnas. Cakes, 1/G, 2/, 3/.

New Muscatels, 1/3 packet. New Figs, 1/ box.

Prunes, in glass jars, 2/.

Black Currants, 1/9' jar.

Pears, Fruit Salad, Peaches,

Apricots and pineapple, in jars. 1/G each.

Dried Fruits—Peaches,' Pears,

Apricots, Prunes. Crystalised Cherries.

Xmas. Nuts —- Barcelonas,

Brazil Walnuts, Soft Shell and Jordan Al monds.

•Telly Crystals, Colonial and

Imported, in all flavours.

Cheese—Stilton and Cheddar. ,

in tins and jars.

I-emon and' Vanilla Butter,

1/ jar.

Xmas. Stockings, Gd, 1/, 2/5>. Xmas. Hams, about 12Tbs. Dates (to arrive), 6d lb.

Cordials—Raspberry, Merry

Cup, Lemon Squash, Lime Juice Cordial, O.T. Punch, Cloves, Pepper mint and Zingi.

Cream Custard iPowders—

Lemon, Vanilla and Banana flavours, lOd tin. Wafersr — Chocolate, Straw

berry, Raspberry and Variety, 1/ tin.

Fine Range Cadbury's Cho

colates, in fancy boxes, Gd, 9d, 1/, 1/G, 2/, 2/6, 3/. and 3/6 each.

Noel's Strawberry Conserve,

1/3 jar.

Short Bread, 1/G tin.

Schweppes' Lemonade, Dry

Ginger Ale, Soda Water, etc.

Choice Xmas. Wines—Spark

ling Hock, Burgundy,

Moselle, Champagne, etc.

P Town Hall.

(Tel. 38) Hamilton.

mimmmmm

Saturday.

The Standard Picture Show.

re

THE MASTER KEY.

Klevonth Instilment

THE YOU&G IRONMASTER (Celio)

Housekeeping Under Cover. War Map-Fighting in the

Dardanelles.

A Mixed-up Elopement. Fooling Father.

Around Tracay La Val.

Special Music by. Miss Rountree and Mr. Dempster. First Picture

at 8.

"J71 OR: SALE.—Several Second-hand JZ? Buggies and Gigs. Guarantee! good as now. A. Greed and Son, (Joachbuilders, Gray street. 'Phone

17.

"SjlOR SALE.—Gigs and Jinkers, JL? Buggies, ' Spring Carts, new and' second-hand. Bargains. Write, call, or 'phone, M'Lean, Coachbuil der, Myarnyn.

FURNISHED Rooms to let. Ap

ply Mrs. A. Chacklan, Palmer

street, Portland.

EURNISHEd Rooms, near Beach.

MrB. M. M'Donald, Bentinck

street, Portland.

F' .UltNISHED House and Rooms to

Let, good position, close to !

beach. Letters, with stamped ad dressed envelope enclosed, will re ceive prompt, attention. Mrs. J. E. Davie, Percy-street. Portland.

GIGS and' Harness, several to

choose from. Will sell Gigs

separate. Enquire early. M'Lean, Goach'builder, Myamyn.~~

m o LET.—Modern Oven Bake .JL house and premises, Percy street, Portland. iA. Rizzo, Hamil

ton. |

TO LET.—Furnished' Rooms, use |

of kitchen, gas stove, suit j married couple or friends, board op- ; tional. Miss Bradley, " Gauleon," j

Lava-street. East, Warrnambool.

TO liET.—Furnished House, all

conveniences, central position.

Apply Misses Hannan, Percy-street,

Portland.

TO Let.—F«stablished 1870, Coach

building and Elacksmithing

Business ; good district ; complete set tools and appliances. Two shops floor space, 193ij feet. Terms, three years. Reason for letting, employeB enlisted. Wm, D. Meldrum, Merino.

TO LET.—Furnished Rooms, one

block from the beach, clean and

comfortable. Apply Mrs. W. Walpole, Percy-street, Portland.

To Leas?.

PADDOCICS at Bewsall.—23' acres

in front of House ; 9 acic9.

with trough, on corner. Apply'John Fenton and Co., Auctioneers, Ham

ilton.

For Sale,

PORTABLE Combined Chaffcutter

(with double bagger), and 7

h.p. Petrol Engine, M'Kay, all brass fittings. In thorough order "and as , good as new. John Fenton and Co.,

Auctioneers, Hamilton.

For Private Sale,

31-ACRE Building Blocks, central

ly situated ; separately

the lot.

P. LEARMONTH and Co.

Miss Doris £. itfaplestone,;

Diploma in Music, Melt). University,

Registered Secondary Teacher.

PIANOFORTE, SINGING, and. All

THEORETICAL SUBJECTS. . Pupils Prepared for Examinations it

Desired.

Address—M'lntyre-street, Hamilton.

PIANOFORTE, HARMONY, OOTJJJ

TERPOINT, Etc.

Miss Minnie Dixon, A.T.C.L,,

Registered Secondary,

Aisociate ol Trinity College, London.

Pupils successfully prepared for all Examinations, from Primary Grade

to diploma work.

Address—Care Mrs. Garnet Pearie* "Belmont," Clarke street.

Q. ANDERSON,

(Opp. Greed, Undertaker}.

MILTON-STREET. HAMILTON.

District Asent for

Singer's sewing Machines

British Make—Best and Cheapest.

Latest Models. Cash or Easy Ternu ree Trial. ' Instructions by Poet raciiT-a Proms* Attention.

MR. G. CHEW.

CHINESE HERBALIST,

MAY be Consulted Dally at

French-Btreet, Hamilton. Suc

cessfully treats all diseases, internal and external.

Wool Season.

1915-16.

CAMPSiSU. & SONS

Receive Wool for Shipment to Mel

bourne. Geelong or London.'

LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES. ' "

WOOL SCOURED.

We are

PROPRIETORS' •

! BOLWARRA WORKS. :• | WATTLE BARK.

1 CAMPBELL & SONS,

Proprietors Wimmera Bark Mill*,

. Heywood, and the Argyle V Bark Mills, Portland,

Are Cash Purchasers of any Quan

tity.

. Pi-^.livnd. October. 1915.

• G. A. HAWORTH,

1 Consulting Herbalist,

tan COLLINS-ST., MBLBOUBNB,

YISITS Hamilton regularly, fcljj

Haworth has cursd many M->

for® caaes in tha Weotsra district*, la both eeiaa, and cua ba wali rs commend»d. Thoao who auflor with Rheumatism, Kidney Diaeaneo., Blood Disorders, Anemia, Headaches, ote. nhoulil write or commit, him.

Ladies E£y cpecial treatment foif pxror oomplainta will oavc opora

Diatillfld ditnictn, la pillu or tab lets, used—no boiling or stewing. .

Mr. HaiTorth may bo consults^ oJ)

Tews Kail T-Iotal. J

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