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"Claremont" Sud-division. The attention of our readers is called to the advertisement of Messrs. J. L. Wyatt and Co. appear ing in this issue. The sub-division of "Claremont," an old lienty ex tate at Portland, olffers a last oppor tunity to retired graziers and busi ness nmen to secure a choice building site right in the centre of the town, within one minute of the churches, schools and business establishments, and within five minutes of its delight ful beaches. To enable buyers from other parts to be present, the sale has been conveniently ar ranged for Thursday, 15th Novecn her, during the period of the State Centenary celebrations at Portland, on which date the property will be offered for sale at the Star Theatre at 10.15 a.m.