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That there are local industries in Oar midst which require . patronage there is no doubt. To keep these alive to the benefit of the State, it is necessary for the public to support them whole-heartedly, more especially when the article has proved itself su I perior to the' imported. Chief among

these industries is the football manu-

facturing, which is carried on in Perth by J. Burley. This football, known.' as the "Burley's Western Match BL," is used by the League clubs in all their matches; also by the Junior Clubs in all grades, and it is only necessary to question the players to find in what esteem the ball is held by the clubs in'regard to their dur- ability, and the' remarkable way in which tiiey retain their shape in the most unfavorable weather. Ivor

Crapp, after watching the ball closely

in tiie matches in which it was used last year, predicted 'that in less than two years1 'Burley's 'Western Football' would oust all other makes from the competitions in W.A-" Attention is

drawn bv Messrs. W. Sandover and ' Co. to an advertisement elsewhere in regard to these bails and also to j other sporting requisites in their j stock. At their showrooms in Hay- ¡ street, Perth, lhere is probably the ; finest assortment of sporting require- ments in W.A. to suit all sportsmen. Amongst these are the latest sdeas and improvements in every line which have just been landed, and anyone select- ing goods from tbeir stock can rely on its being the best of its kind pro-


Army and Navy Stores cater for country orders. One trial will con- vince yon that their p*Sees arc right.

Grea£faenxî"s wi*<-m»* cuises diphthe- ria. All chemists and Storekeepers-, Price 2s. 6d. bottie.

Luncheon daily at the Shamrock Hotel for ls. 6d- is an excellent re- past-cfean and dainty. Beg. Harri-

son, proprietor.

"West^-rward ho 1 to West's Hotel Imperial, opposite Centrai Ballway Station..