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íyiSITOKS to the Back Country from 1 Broken. Hill all look for "THE

MINER" at every Station and Home- ' ?toad, and they find ' it every time. (Ask them !

A. F. PINCOMBE,

V «Í. GENERAL IRONMONGER, ETC.,

^JORNiat^i^nXBi AND BLENDE STREETS. ^

? " , JUST AIUIIVE1D, Por S.S, "PERA.»' t :

IS-Balés New Season's Wallpapers.

CHOICE DESIGNS, FROM ^D. ROLL.

OPV ER KX\ZNT NOTICES.

PUBLIC SERVICE BOARD.

4 O'Connell-street, Sydney,

Ctli March, 1911.

COMPETITIVE EXAMINATIONS

will ha held in Sydney, and at various country contres tor tho follow- ing positions in tho State Public Ser-

vice:

JUNIOR CLERKS (Clerical Division). Estimated number of appointments to- bo made is 60, of which 8 will be re- served for candidates already employed in the General Division, and 10 for candidates employed as Temporary Junior Clerks. Commencing salary £50 per annum. Date of examination, 10th-May and following days.

CADET DRAFTSMEN (Professional Division.) Estimated number of ap- pointments to bo made is 40. Com- mencing salary, £75 per annum. Dato of examination, 8th May, and following

is. ? . . . - ? -:.*s->-V.i Candidates other than persons" al- ready permanently employed in the

Public Service must bo not less than | IS, nor more than 21 years of age, but success candidates cannot be ap- pointed until they have reached 16 years of .ago. All candidatos will 1» required to pay an examination fee of 10/ for each separate examination, or IS/ if they desire to compote at both examinations. Tho subjects of the ex- aminations and full particulars can bo obtained from the Notices in tho "Qov^ ernment Gazette," or on application at tlie Board's Office. Application to at- tend the examinations must be made on a form for the purpose, which can bo obtained from tho Office of tlhe Board, and must roach tho undermen tifl»ed not later than 10th April, 1911.

By order of the Board.

R. A. GILFILLAN,

9all3_Secretary.

Department of Public Works,

Sydney, 1st March, 1911.

ATTENTION is directed to Gazette . Notice inviting FRESH TENDERS

for CONSTRUCTION of BRIDGES REGULATORS, SECTION No. 3.

I GREAT ANABRANOH, DARLING

RIVER. Tenders will bo received up I to 27th Maroh. 1911.

6f23. ARTHUR GRIFFITH.

SILVERTON TRAMWAY COM-

PANY LIMITED.

SPECIAL CHEAP EXCURSION.

On TUESDAY NEXT, 21st Instant, .. SPECIAL CHEAP EXCURSION TRAIN uvill leave Sulphide-street Sta- tion «t 6.45 p.m. for Adelaide.

RETURN FARES : First Class, 40/ ; Second Class, 25/. Available for re- turn within one month. Children over 3 and under 14 years, half-price.

LUGGAGE for this Tram must 'be at the Station not later than 2 p.m. on

21st Instant.

TICKETS (of which the number is limited) can bo purchased on and after j WEDNESDAY, 15th Instant.

For further particulars see rfaoards.

CHAS. ELEY,

General Manager. Broken Hill Station,

14th Mardi, 1911.

Western Land Board Office,

Sydney, March G. 1011.

ATTENTION is directed to the Notice in the "Government Gazette" of

tho 1st Mardi, inviting APPLICATIONS for NEW LEASES of the following Blocks:

Pl _ 145 187 252 308 300 310 311 312 313 314 315 310 317 318 310 320 321 322

Area. 00.000 10,854 10,370

5,258 20,000 11,700 13.700 15,700 29,700

8,200 8,000 7,800 31,300 27,400 14,000 26,000 27,000

District.

Cobar Cobar Cobar Cobnr Cobar Cobar Cobar Cobar

Cobar . Cobar Cobar Cobar

Bourka Bourko Bourko Cobar Cobar

10,700 Cobar

County.

Booroondana Robinson Mouramba Mouramba Mouramba Mouramba Mouramba Mouramba Mouramba Mouramba Mouramba Mouramba Yanda, Yanda Ynnda Yanda

Robinson and

Yanda

Robinson and

Yanda

Being Area with- drawn from Re- sumed Area No. 90 Paddington 205 Meryula 230 Worlong 233 Hartwood 74 Priory 74 Priory 74 Priory 74 Priory

30 Nymagio 30 Nymagio 30 Nymagio 30 Nymagio

211 Willagoona 211 Wiltagoona 211 Willagoona 201 Tindayrey 201 Tindayrey

|' 201 Tindayrey

£27 10/8

Applications should bo forwarded not later than tho 5th April, addressed " Minister for Lands," Western Land Board, Sydnev. Helios may be inspected at the Offices of the Crown Land Agents at Brewarrina, Walgett, Bourko, Cobar, Nyngan. Hillston, Condobolin, Hay, Balranald, Wentworth, Wilcannia, Broken Hill, and at tho Western Land Board Office. Sydney. ".,,.. "

fido. A. J. HALL, Acting Secretary.

j__SHIPPING._

ORIENT LINE OF STEAMERS

FTUSB following te"¿ÍMBHIPS,iina«

Royal Mail «¿»tract, win !«»?» Adelaide (Outer I?>bor) rt 1 «J

undermentioned ¿ÍJ * for PLYMOUTH and LONDON, v/.-v Fremantle, Colom- bo (transhipping f "r adi Indian porta). Saes Oaaal, Napias, Marseilles, and

Gibraltar:

B.K,n.

Iou.

Command*. I I P*m

.CrRAHTO , «OTWAY " , CtlVIKTO , * OMRAH .. , .C ETHEL HY , CFBIB .. , .CB01TO3 , cnuTjz..

tuu lifilt 11,110

1J1» 11,1 M «,M» .,0M «,ias

A. J. Cold, B.N.H. P. Symon. B.S.tt ,W. Bhalfajd, BNP P.N. Layton. KNH ',W. Jenkl.

H. Staunton, BNn J. V. Batter. BHB

M»r.;i4 Arril 7 Ap'llll May f May Í» Juno S Juno 1* June ID

And fortnightly thereafter.

SALOON to LONDON.-Singla, £41 16«. to £83 10a. Return, £69

£123 4a. Third Class, £17, £19, £31* Return, £30, £34, £37.

WEST AUSTRALIA.

Salooti, £6 12». lo £11. TM«*»

C4 Sa. Od.

Passages for any port can fae pw paid hero

RETURN TICKETS (Fint Saloon) between INTJBR8TATR PORTS are .Bow available for..ie%*trn by .P.. »np ' U.U., and N.D.L. Companies' Steam, ats bavins room. _ " _.

Managen: F. ORKEN and CO.,ana ANDERSON, ANDERSON, and CO., Fanohurofa-araone, London, E.G. , w

FnHpartioalarB on application to M. G. ANDERSON, Agent, 13 Waymouth

""^Ta^HffiÎB and BARTUTïT,

_Broken Hill Agent».

P. AND 0. BRANCH SERVICE.

ff» DURBAN, CAPETOWN, AND A LONDON. ONE GLASS ONLY.

Steam ara leave Port - ' Adelaide Wharf:- 7

WrXOAMHIA .. ., ICCllMOKWKALTn tGKXLONa .. .. NAHRUNG .. .,

«¿II lau MU loni 7,til lona l.OTi toni

Match li April ll

May'll , JUBB T

tlitU Hwr. C»lli a> I'lyAcnth. ?,'

FARES.-LONDON: £16, £18, £30. SOUTH AFRICA 13. 15, and; 17 guinea*. ¿

: -, By this route the interne heat of jthe Red Sea ia avoided. . .. * \? '

Return Ticket* are interchangeable with the Steamers of the Aberdeen LUM.

Lärgert and Beet-Appointed Cabins

in the Trade.

We shall be pleased to supply plans, illustrated pamphlets, and all particu- lars on application.

GEORGE WILLS A CO., Agents.

ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP CO.

LIMITED.

AN INVIGORATING PLEASURE

TRIP.

The Magnificent NEW STEAMER PARINGA. 1310 tons, or other Steam- er, leaves Port Pirie every Tuesday tor PORT LINCOLN and PORT ADE- LAIDE. ,

Hot and Cold Water Baths, SHeetrw tight, and Cooling Fanti eta^ -n;,^

Round Trip Fare, £3.

For particulars of dates and pas aise rates apply to

TAOS. COOK ano: SONS, Broken Hill

(6. Gilbert Lawrence, Agent/, and

ADKLAIDE.

J. H. BOWERING and SON.

ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP CO., LTD.,

_Carrie-street. Adelaide.

MELBOURNE STEAMSHIPCO.

LIMITED.

The following Steamers leave Port Adelaide (circumstances permitting): For MELBOURNE'S

SYDNEY | S¿KE'

NEWCASTLE. )

For ALBANY ^

FREMANTLE ( S.S. KAPUNDA, BUNBURY ( March 21.

GERALDTON.;

FIRST SALOON FARES.-To Mel- bourne, £2 sir¿le, £3(-return ; Sydney, £3 ISs. siagk, £5 10s. return ; Albany tnd Froma&ile, £6 5s...single, £8 8s. return, _'

EDWIN H: CROPLEY,

_ Local Agent.

SPORTING.

gT. PATRICK'S DAY.

Tho SPORTS in connection with tho 17th MARCH CELEBRATION will bo held at SILVERTON on FRIDAY, 17th MARCH, 1911.

FARES: Adults, 2/j Children, under 14 years, 1/.

Train leaves Sulphide-street Station at 10 o.m., leaving Silverton at G

p.m.

"SOT AND COLD WATER. PRO-

VIDED.

_JAS. KOEN, Secretary.

JJROKEN HILL LICENSED VIC-

TUALLERS' RACING CLUB..

Registered by tho A.J.C.

EASTER MEETING.

260 S0VS- IX STAKES.

OK S0VS.-TRIAL HANDICAP, 0

furlongs. Usual conditions. Nomination, 7/0 ; acceptance. 10/.

IYK S0VS.-EASTER GIFT. a handi '** cap of 1J mile. Nomination,

20/; acceptance, 20/.

4.K SOVS.-STURT HANDICAP,

about 2 miles. Nomination, 10/ ; acceptance, 17/0.

OK SOVS.-HOLIDAY STAKES. ot* Special weights, with penalty

and allowance. - 1 mile. Nomi .' nation, 10/ ; acceptance, 10/.

AK SOVS.-FLYING- HANDICAP, 0

furlongs. Nomination, 10/; ac- ceptance, 17/0...

QR SOVS.-FAREWELL HANDI

CAP, 7 furlongs. Nomination, 10/ j acceptance, 10/.

NOMINATIONS CLOSE 0 p.m. on

March 30.

Pilli Particulars BOO Cards and

p0St0r8' J. GOFFAGE,

Secretary.

VACANCY for Few Respectable

Boarders. Blende-street North, orf_Silver-street._ ÖUALfFIBD Midwife Waiting En-

gagements, Indoor or Out. Co- balt! noar Correll's.

. WANTED._ WAWED Good VESTHAND, at

_once. W. Maygor, Tailor.

WANTED Sulky arid Harness.- Ap-'

ply Cash, North Post Office.

WANTED Strong LAD. Stephen's

Cordial Factory, Chapple-lane North._ XXT ANTED Good Barmaid; good **' wages. 'Apply Mrs. Demaeglit, Willyama Hotel._ WANTED Good Blacksmith, able to

do shoeing. Geo. Sykes, Black smith, Blende-street._.

WANTED Kitchenmaid. ' Apply

Whalland, Crystal-street, near Crystal Theatre._ WANTED, good Washerwoman, at

once. Tommy Yock's Laundry, Argent-street;_ ?

W- ATtfTED Waitress and a Washer-

woman. Mrs. Farrell, Globe Boarding-house, Crystal-street._

ANTED KNOWN.-Saddles from

£2 15/. Have your Harness made at the trade. GILBERT BROS. WANTED to Buy, Phaeton or Ex-

press Buggy and Double'Horse Trolly. -Apply T.L., Miner Office.

WANTED ' Young- Men "and ' Woroon .

for Business Positions. See Edu cationOolumn, Howard's College Advt.

ÂîffËD'KNOWN.-New Season's

Wallpapers just arrived at A. F. PINCOMBE'S, Oxido-street, from 4d. roll;_;_ WANTED KNOWN.-Stick to tho

trade. ' Buggy Harness from £4 15/ : Spring Cart, £5. GILBERT BROS. _

WANTED Good Painter and Paper-

hanger. Apply E. C. Fielder, Builder, Crystal-street South. 'Phone 383. _

WANTED MAID; light work, no

washing. Apply Mrs. Leo, Brazill-street, four doors off Chapple strcet, opip. Reserve._ WANTED, at once, 2 Waitresses,

Light Help (no washing; 12/), 2 Housemaids, Washerwoman. Bristow, 161 Argent-street._

WANTED Known.-KONDO ia a

FOOD for HORSES, COWS, and POULTRY. Sole Agents: GIL- BERT BROS. No Stable should be without »t.__._. «TlAíNTED by Gent, and two Sons, " Comforta'ble Board and Resi- dence; Central preferred. W.Z., MinerjOffice._

"ITCTANTED KNOWN.-TRENERRY ~~ and HALL, Tinsmiths, Ironwor kors, and Gasfitters, Etc., Donaldsons' Buildings, Corner Chloride and Beryl streets, for Tanks and Sanitary Pedes- tals._? _ W~ ANTED Known.-BROKEN HILL

GLOBE TIMBER COMPANY LIMITED have For Salo Linoleums, Floorcloths, Wallpapers, all Latest Soason's Patterns. Excellent Variety

to select from. Low Prices.

WANTED KNOWN.

»v Mr. T. STEVENS,

Piano Tuner,

Care of A. J. Hurley, jeweller.

ARGENT-STREET.

Residence: Chappie-street, opposite Tram Terminus.

Telephone 142._

THE BROKEN HILL PROPRIETARY

COMPANY LIMITED. .

WANTED JUNIOR CLERK, about

17 years of age.

. Apply, by letter, stating qualifica-

tions.

?^T"ANTED KNOWN.

THE DON TAILORS

have received their

NEW GOODS

for

AUTUMN and WINTER.

Yow Choice of the World's Best Makers. WANTED KNOWN.-For Suit and

Ladies' Coat and Skirt Satisfac- tion, JOIN BROWN'S NOW FAM- OUS CLUBS. A FIRST-CLASS SUIT or LADIES' COAT and SKIRT for 2/ week.

Join now, and have one for Easter.

20 CHLORIDE-STREET._ .RANTED KNOWN.

FRED. W. SHEPHERD, M.I.O.O.,

EXPERT OPTICIAN,

Always Available

316 ARGENT-STREET, BROKEN

HILL, N.S.W.

THE LITTLE BARGAIN SHOP.

WANTED to Buy, COPPER. BRASS,

Etc. We can quote tho following Prioe8, delivered Melbourne:-Copper, 5d. ; Heavy Brass, 4d. : Light Brass, 3d. ; Gunmetal, Sd. ; Zinc. 15/ cwt. ; 303 Bullets. 14/ cwt. . Lead. 10/ cwt. ; also, Typo Lead and Zinc Ashes accord- ing to sample. Wo are tho largest buyers of Scrap Metals in Australia, und pay net spot cash. Inquiries invited. MORELAND SMELTING WORKS. 31 Dudby-etreot. W. Mel- bourne.

AMUSEMENTS.

rpOWN HAIJL. ,TO-DAY. IJlOfWN HAM,. .TO-DAY.

GRAND MATINEE AT 3 P.M. TO-DAY.

BEN HALL. GANG OF, BUSHRANGERS. BEN HALL.

»JWiWN HALL. iTO-NIGHT. IJKXWN HALL. TO-NIQHT. .

TWO MONSTER SHOWS IN ONE, TO-NIGHT.

BEN HALL, THE NOTORIOUS BUSHRANGER.. ' ALSO, ¡VOCAL. ITEMS.

THE B. R. O. ASSOCIATION THEATRE NIGHT.

UNDER PATRONAGE SOUTH AFRICAN CRICKETERS.

LENARD'S VICE-REGAL ORCHESTRA. - ALAN JEFFKINS, MUSI- CAL DIRECTOR. POPULAR PRICES. . .? . .

SEE TUESDAY'S DAILIES. TOWN HALL. . TO-NIGHT,

SAYERS'S PICTURES, ROYAL, TO-NICHT.

jQRIOKET. ; CRICKET. CRICKET.

,r , SOUTH AFRICA V. BROKEN HILL. '

TÓ-DAY. WESTERN OVATJ. 1.80 p;ra. , TO-MOiRROW (THURSDAX), 11.80 atm. ADMISSION: Ground, 1/; Stand, 1/.

BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT WITH THE SPRINGBOKS SCHOOL CHILDREN WILL BE ADMITTED FOR 3d. AFTER LUNCHEON TO MORROW (THURSDAY).

AFTERNOON TEA: A. H. COMLEY. BOOTHS : A. BERKHOLZ.

8. E. WELLINGTON, Hon. Secretary B.R.C.A.

TJOXING. . TtTONDAY NEXT, 8.30.

CRYSTAL THEATRE. CRYSTAL THEATRE.

JIM ARMSTRONG V. ED. JESSOP. BEST 20 ROUNDS. ONE-TO WIN.

PRICES : Stage, C/; Stella and Circle, 3/j Back, 2/. Stage Booking, 1/ extra, Vivian's.

AMUSEMENTS.

rjxnvN HALL._

ST. PATRICK'S NIGHT (Friday next).

CONCERT.

IN AID OF THE ORPHANAGE.

ADMISSION: 2/ and 1/.

T. O'LOUGHLIN,

Hon. Secretary.

'._MEETINGS. _ J^XCELSIOR FOOTBALL CLUB.

A MEETING of the above will be held at W. J. BIGGS'S COMMERCIAL HOTEL on THURSDAY NEXT, 10th Instant, at 8 o'clock. All Members and intending Members cordially invi-

ted to attend.

F. G. TRUSCOTT,

_Hon. Secretary.

HA. C. B. S.-ALL- SAINTS'

BRANCH; No. 421.

A FULL ATTENDANCE "of MEM- BERS of the above Branch is requested to take part in ST. PATRICK'S DAY PROCESSION. AU Members to bring regalia.

' G. LETTMANN,. Secretary,'

rpiHISTLE CLUB. . .?. .:-.-.:.;.,.v;t

THE USUAL MONTHLY MEET- ING will bo held in TAIT'S LODGE ROOM at 8 p.m. FRIDAY, MARCH 24th, instead of Friday March 17th (St. Patrick's Day). SOCIAL EVENING. LADIES INVITED. ITEMS BY MESSRS. HAY AND MURRAY'S

PUPILS; AND OTHERS._ "ÖROKBN HILL DEUTSCHER

VEREIN, Delamore-streot.

SUNDAY, MARCH 19, at 2 o'clock. YEARLY GENERAL VERSAMLUNG.

Election of Officers, Receive Balance sheet, Auditors' Report, and other business 'brought forward.

All Members are respectfully reques- ted to attend punctually.

E. LINDAU,

_' _Secretary.

rpHE BROKEN HILL PROTESTANT * mI|Alf; COMPANY LIMITED.

ANNUAL MEETING OF SHARE-

HOLDERS.

The ANNUAL MEETING of the above Company will bo held nt tho Hall on THURSDAY, the 23rd of Mardi, ab 8 p.m.

Business :

1. To receive Annual Report and

Balance-sheet. .

2. To Elect Four Directors, two in

place of A. B. Wood, Esq., and W. J. Jones, Esq., who have re- signed.

3. To Elect Two Directors who re

tiro uccordinu to Articles of As I sociation. in lieu of T. Nicholls.

Esq., and W. Russell. Esq., and I are eligible and oner themselves

for election.

4. To Elect Two Auditors, according

to Articles of Association, in lieu off T. Hall, Esq., and V. A. Hince, Esq., who retire,'and offer themselves for re-election.

5. Any other business that may be

legally brought forward. By order.

R. BROADBENT,

Acting Secretary.

MINING NOTICES.

mHE BROKEN HILL JUNCTION X LEAD-MINING COMPANY NO

LIABILITY.

NOTIClToF CALL.

NOTICE is hereby given that a CALL (tho 11th) of THREEPENCE per share has been made on all shares in the Company, and is now payablo at tile Registered Office of tho Company, Register Chambers, Adelaide, on or betöre WEDNESDAY, the 8th day of March, 1911.

By order of the Board.

ARTHUR BRISTOWE,

Secretary. Adelaide, February 24, 1911.

When paying Calls Shareholders must clearly specify tho distinctive numbers and tho names . of the Regis- tered Holders of tho Shares.

Payment must 1)0 made in cash, bank notes, bank drafts, P.O. orders, or postal notes.

TO LET-FOR SALE._ TJ\0 LET.

GENTLEMAN'S RESIDENCE, Six Rooms and Bathroom, Water, Gas, Nico Garden ; also, nicely fenced, close to penny tram.

Williams-street, between Oxido and Chloride Streets.

Apply T. HALL.

WANTED ~KNOWN.-" THE BAR-

RIER MINER" reoches EVERY HOUSE in Broken Hill EVERY DAY. EVERYBODY knows what's ia .. Th« 'Knar" EVERY DAY.

!pROM Petersburg in Ihe Soutlh id

Queenaland in tho North and tba Darling Downs in tho East "THU MINER" is tho regular Doily Paper« - 'as it is in Broken Hill.

AUCTION SALES.

TO-MORROW, «t il.

' Beryl-street North1, 7-RX3QMED HOUSE LAND (SLR;),

Under instructions fromvMrevB* '

-Pfitzner. .'(,?>. '

TlfEGAW ond HOGG will soll By,

?"??*-. auotion- ?.? .

7-Roomed HOUSE; LAND (M.R.),

G9ft. frontage vto Beryl-street bj! 143ft. depth. , Water- láidvoB (own meter). Garden; Stabling . for two horses. - t "¿'^ .

? Also, immediately af forwards, iii. rear

Of the above- . ;

VACANT BLOCK bf LAND; ,

: . Sale Thursday, ll 'o'clock; - ,, ,:

MEGAW and HOGG, . \ _??/?.. . , Auctioneers* ?

! TO-MORROW, at 11.30.

'42 Bromide-street,. oft Cobalt-street*

[HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND

EFFECTS. ; .

TlfEGAW and HOGG will sell. uní.

der instructions from' F. C. -Daws, lEisq., lato seoretary A.M.A. Band,-who is leaving-for,South Australia

Nickol Parisian Bedstead and Spring Double Flock Bedding, and Pillows Washstand, Dress Table

Couch and Cushions, 'Mirror

Dining Table, 4 A.B. Chairs

Chiffonier, Single Safe

Set Billatelle, Gipsy Table

Deck Chair, Linoleum (good) ". Pictures, Carpenter's Toals Tubs, Books. Crockery Glass and Tinware, and Other Sundries.

_Thursday, 11.30._

AUCTIONEERS' NOTICE,

TO WHOM TT MAY

CONCERN.

Wo respectfully hep- to inform

our Clients and the Publio 'jasper* . ally that in future- tho TERMS at all our AUCTION SALES will bo STRICTLY CASH.

And all OUTSTANDING AC- COUNTS MUST BE SETTLED on or before MARCH 31, 1911.

MEGAW and HOGG A. H. MIDDLETON,

Auctioneers. March G. 1911.. '

TO DAIRYMEN, SPECULATORS,"

ETC.

XKAGOT, SHAKES, AND LEWIS 19 LIMITED have For Private Salo the following GOOD SOUND BUSINESS AS A GOING CON- CERN:

DAIRY, situated on the Outskirts

of th» Towu.

24 COWS, in Full Profit. 1 SHORTHORN BULL.

$ ACRE LAND, with 3-ROOMED

HOUSE. 2 MILKING SHEDS, 1 COW SHED, STABLES, CHAFF-HOUSE, CART SHED} 2 1000-GALLON TANKS,' and

all Accessories. Water laid on.

Also, 1 SIMPSON MILK FREEZER,

At present delivering 35 Gallons per day. to Customers.

Owner hos good reason for soiling.

Further particulars and price from BAGOT, SHAKES, and LEWIS LTD., Chloride-street.

SALE" OF WESTERN LANDS

LEASES.

RIVER DARLING.

ELDER, . SMITH, and CO., LIM-

ITED, have received instructions from Mr. H. S. Burgess to offer, ^in Broken Hill, on WEDNESDAY, tho 22nd Instant, at noon, his Western Lands Leases Nos. 1104 and 824, situ- ated on tho River Darling, about IT miles above Menindio, comprising-J

12,000 ACRES, together with about'

1000 MIXED SHEEP; compris- ing 330 Weaners and 670 Ewes to Lamb at the end of this month.

There is n good, comfortable HOME- STEAD on tho Lon so, also Garden. Fruit Trees, Windmills, Tanks, Trough ing, Etc.

Tho Country is in splendid heart, there just boing lOin. of rain there, and tho Stock are all in first-class con- dition and right ages.

TERMS AT SALE.

LOST-FOUND.

IT OST, Black Greyhound (Slut);

heavy in ' pup. R. Flanagan, 'Wyman-lano, North Broken Hill.

LOST, from Miller's Paddock, Two

POLO PONIES. Ono a chest, nut, shod, white stroko on forehead, white hind .legs, short mane and tail« Tho other a grey, with short mano and long tail, knees marked, and without

shoes.

£10 REWARD for returning, or for information leading to tho recovery ot

same.

M. J. NOONAN,

_Globe Hotel.

USTRALIAN MUTUAL. PROVI-

DENT SOCIETY.

TASMANIA BRANCH: CORNER of

ELI2ABETH and COLLINS STREETS, HOBART.

LOST POLICY.-It is tho intention of tho Society on or after the 27th day of APRIL Next, to issuo a SPECIAL .POLICY in place of Policy No. 77180 on the life of THOMAS STOKES HOBBS, whioh is declared to have been

lost.

Dated ut Hobart this OtSi day of March, 1911.

C. W. HEMERY,

_ Resident Seoretary.

J^OTICE.

Having SOLD MY BUSINESS, I wish te THANK MY CUSTOMERS for post favors, and hope the same will bo accorded to my successor.

W. EDELMANN , Having PURCHASED tho CITY, CASH STORE, 1 hope by strict atten- tion to business to secure a Good Share of the Publio Patronage.

H. DIPLOCK.

Corner Argent and Iodide Streets.

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