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REMINGTON RIFLE

Light-fast-powerful, the Remington Model 25 Repeating Rifle is the favorite of many gun-users. For exterminating pests or shooting medium sized game-from rabbit to small deer-it is supreme. The ideal gun tor sportsmen, farmers, sheep

herders, ranchmen, " etc

Unusually easy to handle on quick shots. Accurate up to 300 yards. Magazine loaded from the side; holds 10 shots. Chambered for .25-20 or .32 W.CF. Cartridges. See this beauty at your nearest dealer.

Made also in carbine type for those who shoot

from the saddle.

Headquarters for Remington

Arms and Ammunition:

RAPHAEL'S LTD., 891 Hay

street, Perth.

Remington

FIREARMS AMMUNITION CUTLERY

ACHING MUSCLES

GET RELIEF THIS WAY

When muscles ache and joints are stiff and sore through hard work or exposure to the wintry weather there is nothing better

than Sloan's for removing pain. Applied j gently, it penetrates without rubbing and ? soon creates a genial glow of warmth and | comfort. Muscles and joints axe soon free from stiffness and pain. AQ out-door workers should keep a bottle handy*

Use Sloan's for Rheumatism, Lumbago, Sciatica, Backache, Sprains, Braises and for, all

Muscular Paths.

Mr. R. W. Parker, 238, Crystal Palace Road)

London, S.E.22, writes :-" I am in charge of | a" Fust Aid "ma targe firm. The employées are nearly all engaged tn muscular work and are therefore conaantly receiving strains, aches and similar troubles. In such cases I recom- mend Sloan's for immediate, relief."

Of all Cixmists and Stores 1/9 per battle.

"My Chevrolet Six

has done 12,000 miles over j made roads and bush trkcks ... repair expense, nil

... running costs, less than the Four's,"

says Westralian country store- keeper and carrier

AND the service Mr. Gray

L of Karragullen, W/A., asks of his Chevrolet Six 30-cwt. Truck is typical of what thousands of owners

require. He carts for his

store-hauls timber and logs -carries merchandise to timber camps-does the heavy haulage work his territory demands.

12,000 miles of heavy going, and not a penny for repairs ! While of course not every Chevrolet Truck owner will achieve such a record, it is by no means unusual for Chevrolet. Chev- rolet's famous low upkeep and low petrol consumption are cutting haulage costs for

owners Australia over.

Wherever motor trucks are

used, Chevrolet is on the job. It works as only Chevrolet can. It keeps faith with its owner's customers. It builds goodwill-enlarges business -increases profits.

Little wonder then that the first Chevrolet Truck so often leads to a fleet-that Chev- rolet Truck owners are favoured in the keen rivalry of to-day's conditions.

Chevrolet's low price can be financed on easy G.M.A.C.

terms, if desired. Your local dealer will gladly arrange a demonstration. General Motors (Australia) Pty. Ltd., Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth.

BUY PROM YOUR LOCAL

DEA1/ER

"Mort Wealth for Australia

More Jobs for Australians.". Metropolitan Dealers:

SKIPPER BAILEY MOTOR Co. Ltd

900 HAY-STREET

PERTK

CHEVROLET

30OVT TRUCKS

Eight reasons for choosing Chevrolet :

1. Greater value-a

Six, at the price of an ordinary Four.

2. Finer performance

-6 -cylinder engine, 4-speed gearbox, 4 wheel brakes, de- signed for years of

trouble-free life.

3. Greater power and

ruggedness, ensur-

ing

snits under all con- ditions.

4. Service everywhere. 5. Greater suitability

body styles best adapted to your

work.

6. Greater earning

power, because of its economy, speed, and low upkeep.

7. Sedan Cab means

greater driver com- fort-and efficiency. 8. Smart appearance

a splendid advertise- ment for your busi-

ness.

^CHEVROLET

MOMENTS IN HISTORY N»l William Tell's Mc

New shaped holes distribute bending strain

and make 17% extra weight possible. Blade

held steadier. No more vibration-no more "drag,"*

Made, too, from steel strip in one continuous operation

sd that every blade must have the same perfect edge.

Probak blades fit all two-edged safety razors. Sold every- where at fixed prices- 1 /8 the small packet, 3/4 the large.

a new and wonderful two-edged safety razor

blade is here!©result of twenty ' * years' experience in design

and manufacture ® ask for

PROBAK BLADES

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Managing Agent* for AustraliePHIPSON & COMPANY, LTD., 181, CLARENCE STREET, SYDNEY

TATTERSALLS CONSULTATIONS

GEORGE ADAMS, H OS ART, TASMANIA. Established 1834.

Continue to sena Fully Stamped Addressed Envelopes with your

applications for Tickets and Results.

NOW CPEN

MAITLAND CUP: Run at Rutherford, West Maitland, August 2,, 19,30.

GRAND NATIONAL HURDLE RACE: Run at Adelaide. S.A., August 16.

1930.

(Each of the above 100,000 tickets at 5/6, ed.-toeing Government Stamp Duty.)

Tattersalls distribution of prize money is vastly superior to all others, and almost anybody will tell you how to communicate with us. The Tas- manian Government has authorised the Trustees of the Estate ot. the late George Adams to carry on the License and Conduct the Sweep business under same management as for many years past.

BEAR in MIND

YALUMBÄ

PRINCE'S

RESERVE

Sold Everywhere

S. SMITH & SON LTD.

77 KING-STREE. , PERTH.

. . . is to the strong, .

The weak must lag behind The strong arm has its way,

So has the powerful mind. In combat weaklings lose,

Vanquished by fighters dour, Down goes a cough or cold.

To Woods' Great Peppermint Cure

For Cougli.i und Colds Never Fails,

Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.

Save on Your Tobacco Bill!

SMGIZE

£ SMOKERS! £

s HERB'S A NEW TOBACCO - a 1

T cool-Emoklrig, long-burning, mel- ï

tow pipe mixture. |> 4 Ordinary 2oz. Tins, 1/1; I

Sealed, 1/2

THE WEST AUSTRALIAN TROT-

TING ASSOCIATION

SIRES'

(Incorporated).

PRODUCE STAKES OF 1932

AND 1933.

LATE NOMINATIONS» (£2) for progeny for che 1932 event and of Sires for the 1933 event CLOSE at the Office of the Association at 5 p.m. on MON- DAY, JULY 21, 1930.

A. G. WRIGHT,

Acting Secretary.

"THE REGISTER"

Adelaide, lid. To any .Australasian

Address 12/ per quarter.

'THE OBSERVER"

Sixpence. To any Australasian ad- dress. 7/6 per quarter, 28/ per an- num. Orders and Advertisements

taken by all newsagents.

W. K. THOMAS and CO- Adelaide.

BERT DERBY, j

PERTH. j

REG. WJLT.A. SA ALI, EVENTS ,

WRITE FOR CHARTS.

Telephones: B4343 and B2383.

Communicate with Hobart .

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