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rTheo Portland fo6tball clulI has in excollent. chance of being. admitted to, -.the' Western7 District League. Delegates;; ill attend a meeting at Warrnambool to-night. ! : Firther . donations; to the Diggers' Holiday; Fund' are acknowledged as follows:- "173," 10/- ;. A. Dusting, 10/..;G. Salthouse, 10/-;n making the total £47/5/-.
I r ecoinm id to my clients the solr .. pa/l, and lit/,e;oil; which J:eparately ha?v - reatl co? tiirc ualtueaL-atnd ,which, in the hledmg noiJ Palmolive Soap, are doubly .ff cflie. 12 RUE RCHr PAUSa, FAW In Paris . . Mme. PAYOT worldi-famous beauty specialist advises this z - minute .beauty method FOR'rmany years the elite of "Since I commenced to recom [- Paris have listened to the -mend Palmolive Soap to my beauty advice of Mime. Payot, clients, the difference is' imme teacher of many beauty special- diately apparent." ists. Here is the famous. Palmolive To-day, Mme. Payot advises the treatment, recommended. all ,1 daily use of Palmolive Soap, in over the world, as Madame a, simple 2-minute .treatmett, Payor would advise.it: make a and warns against the harsh creamy lather of Palmolive Soap, effects of the wrong kind of anid warm water. With both : soap. Here is beauty news, in-- hands massage this well into-the deed! skin two minutes. Then rinse, rstt with warm water, .iadu-'. ally with colder. Try .it, , ..-to-0niht, corPra?or N$.i?d S PAL-OIIV -'SOAIP
-Coming by Special Train ;'Ashton Bros. Circus and Zoo. Location : Percy . St.. (opp. Collins' Store.) l MONDAY, 24th MARCH, 1930... The iuly Two Ring Circus in Aus tralia. ;tIntr'dduclni, 25 'performers in the two rings at the same time. Our Specialties include the Warra Fam ily (direct- from Hengler's Circus, England) ; the Fredo Bros. (late of Sir- Harry Lauider Coy.) ; Flying Maynards.. (lat6 of Saniier's. Circus, England) :;' During Astormis with their thrills, "Jumbo," the giant Ele phant of Australia, 41 tons, who plays the violin. Lions, Tigerys,I Leopurds, Bears, Monkeys, Camols,i beautiful IHorses, Ponies, Donkey, I and Mules, and other- performing Animals. - POPULAR PRICES. Doors open at ,=7.30" p.m.: -Grand Parade at 8 p.m". `Full Silver Band. S J. ASHTON, Prop. Showing atHIIEYWOOD on .TUES DAY, 25th MARCH. SYKES. DRENCH AT CALVING. A Tonic as well asie a Cleanser. "The" Drench. 1/6 pkt.; 17/.doz.
ii lIAZ SALE. low- Now On SJohn Campbell's Drastic Reductions in all departments ; See Sale .Girculars quoting a few lines i Huidreds '-just as good . c. .CLS:' " ' I. , " HO. ?s PScRt G STREET -ONE 17
Trucks For Sale. TRUCKS. Secondhand Trucks,. 1O,, TRUCKS. 12 and 10 cwt.- MOR. TRUCKS. J TIS, ,rSTUI)EBI3AKEJR, TRUCKS. DODCGE, ESSEX and TRUCKS. FORDS. FORDS. All in splen TRUCKS. did ondilition,. : Low' de TRUCKS. posits. Easy Terms. MAX H. CAMPBELL, PORTLAND. Miss Jean Row. ('T'eacher's Diplomuia.) WHll receive.a limithed lnulmber tof' Pupils. Pianoforte, Violin, Sing ing and Theory of lusiec. Tuition Conmrcacod February '41h. -Address--C/i ',Mrs. J. II. How. SJ.. H R O W. (Frnle ( A. t ? Iw.: roprilr ) WAT'CIIlMAKEIR & ?JEWELLER, .IJUt?I ' STREJ T P' O" I AND. A Inrge .t ,e l .eli ew lI''r* ane d 1. ' Silver k, pt. lLReynirs in all lranches., Country Orders Promptly nttendede
Vote "YES" i for the abolition of LIQUOR. BARS "Enforcement" Lies E shattered LIE Victorian "wets" know that no vote on' Prohibition will be taken, No. 1 yet, in order to fool the electors, they persist in suggesting that the - Poll on March 29th. will be on the question of Prohibition, whereas the Real Issue'is the Abolition of Liqueor Bars. LIE "Wets" allege that enforcement of Prohibition (or No Licence). will No* 2 cost £500,000 per a;nnum. Now for the FACTS Cables on 17th. January 1930, stated the cost of Dry Law in U.S.A. as £8,000,000 per a n u nm. This equals less than 1/5d. per head per annum. Less than the price of 12 Possage Stamps or one Packet of Smokes or one hair cut. Fancy insulting the intelligence of Victorian Citizens bysuggcstingthat 1/5d.- per head per annum will land the State in bankruptcy. Mind,--it would not cost-this much! But if it did, would it not be cheap. at the price ! A Credit Balance of . What Liquorites DON'T tell you is thas : That, when all enforcement costs had been paid, at the end of 9 years, the accumulated fines etc. actually left a handsome credit of £49,000,000 in hand. This comes on the authority of Mr. Doran, Prohibition Commissioner, U.S.A. Vote "YES" Polling Day March 29th ABOLISH LIQI~OR BARS Authorised by Victorian Prohlbiion League. Box 53A, G.I'..). MELBO lURNE. C.I. v...a'.S
SNoW - - -_ NOW On I, - - - - SUMMER SALE SUMMER SALE Big Reductions to effect a Clearance Bargains in all Departments .INSPECTION CORDIALLY INVITED. CAMPBELL & McLEAN. PERCY STREET, PORTLAND. Dennys, Lascelles 1"M imlted " ESTABLISHED 1857. WOOL, GRAIN & SHEEPSKIN BROKERS.' LIVE STOCK, LAND & SHIPPING AGENTS. Directors - W. F. VOLUM, Chairman ; W.. M. BELL, ROBERT; YOUNG, and. M.. N. LEES. Unrivalled Storage and Show Space. Every consignment faith fully protected. Sales of Hides, Sheopskins, Tallow and other Produce. lield every week on:'WEDNESDAYS. ..Live Stock Sales conducted at Newmarket oni Tuesdays, Wednes. days and Fridays. Stock Sales every Monday at the Corporation Yards, North Geelong. S Clearing Sales conducted :.in any ar of the State. First-class lines of Store Cattle and Sheep, also Pure Stock for Private ISale. Agricultural and Grazing Properties of large or small areas for Sale in various parts of the State. Wool Sales held throughout the sea son. Grain received for Storage and Sale on very Liberal Terms, Trucks are unloaded at Warehouse from our Railway Siding. LIBERAL "ADVANCES MADE ON'CONSIGNIMENTS OR OTHER PAS. TORAL SECURITIES. BRANCH MANAGER ....... .. .. . .A. E. TAYLOR. LENTEN FARE. Fresh Stocks of Choice New Season's Fish for the Lenten Season Idave now been opened up, and Customers are offered a wide and varied range for the selection of their requirements. Genuine Ling Fish, 1/3 lb. Salt Salmion, I/t lb. - Choice Salmon, 8d., 1/-, 1/3 and 1/l) Cod Blocks, 2/(i per 211,. block tin Pilchards, ld. and 1/3 tini Slid, ,Id., d., 8d, and 1/- tin -Portuguese Sardines, 1/- and 1/0 till Herrings in Sauce, Od. and -1./- tin Fresh Herrings, 8d. and I/- tini Kippered lIerrings, 1/1 tin Brisling, lid. tin Red Herrings, 3d. each Crab Meat, 1/i anmd 2/6i Kippered Snacks, id. tinll Shrimps,: 1/6 Oysters, 1/6 tin Smoked olllland Sprats, 1/0 tint Lobsters, 1/6 tin FISH .PASTES. C. and B.'s Anchovy, 1/l9 iar C. anId it.' Bloater, jars 1/U, tinsa3d. Sallmoni and Tomato, 1/- jar and lid. Anchovette 1/3 jar SInchovn, 1/i jar Salmnon nan Shrimp, 1/6 jair JAM & FRUIT BOTTLING REQUISITES. NOW, is the tine for the thrifty Ilrusewife to stock her cupboards with JAMS, JIELLIES and PRESERVES fur use when Fruits are out of ssenso. Notlhing can iomnpare with the locnIte-Made. Article for Qual ity ando Economy, andl successful results, give gentuine pIride aind pleasure to the maker. Failures a.re Impossible with V A C 0 L A '' FRUIT & ViEGE?TABLE BOTTLING OUTFITS. All Sizes-Ask for Illustrated Price Lilt. "Vacola' Preserving -Jlairs "Vacola" Jlnn Jars I-lb. Screw-Top Jamn Jars, 5/6 doz. 2-1b. Scrow-Top Jams Jars, i6/6i doz. Mason Presorving Jlars, pts. & qrts. Jamni Jars, 2/l dozen. /"H ON EY FOR- HE A(LT H''" Choice Clear Dunkeld Honey, 8sd. per lb., HARDWARE SPECIALS. Genuine. 'Goat" Brand Enasnollcd Saucopniias, 12/ ?'-i SOt of Five. Docker's Varnish Stains, for Furniture asls Floors. In b-pint and 1 pint tins, All Colors. Mlop Haends only, f/3 each. Mmhps with Handles, : /-, 3l/6, and 5/6 oa. Gardening Tools of all Descriptions. "Dyout," for removing Dyes from all Materials. 1/- per packet. :': "Curtex," the non-inflamnlable, non-oxploslvo Cleaning Fluid, 2/3 and S3/l per Inottle. A Large'and Varied Assortment of Glass Bowls; Vases, Coanports, "Jugs,. Tumblers, &c. - *:AT GREATLY REDUCED) PRICES.:" P1lalini White English China Plates, all sizes, 5/-, 7/.-, 1/-, allnd 10/ dozen White and Gold Cups and Saucers, 2/:3 per dozen. -. ' . * .Have you tried the new` ,' SIBAL'LARAT LIGIIHT BI'TTER ALET? .. " 1/6 .per Bottle.: . 18/ pr Dozen. Grocer, Wine .& Spirit Merchant, &c. Julia St., Portland 'Phome 9, . . P.O. les 47