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WANTED. WANTED-GENElRAL, no washing. Good wages. Apply MArs. S. 3lavy "'Newlyn," Ilorsham. WANTED.-A GN ENRAL, also HOUSECMAID. Mrs. Robert Young, "Toronto," Baillie-strect, Horsham. WANTED.-LAUNDRESS. Apply Royal HIotel. Ilorsham. \WANTED.-A VERGER (man) for St. John's Church of 'England, or wo man to clean church and school. Apply The Vicarage. WANTED-Share FARMER or Fal lowing on contract. Apply Box 22, M1urtoa. YOUTH Wants Employment on Farm, used to horses. Apply E.I... "Horsham Times.'' WANTED.-Two passengers for Warrnambool races. Car leaving Lloyd 's Hotel, Sunday, 9 a.m. Apply Young Bros.' Garage. WANTED.-To take in plain Sew ing, White Work. and Plain Skirts and Blouses. Miss L. Ballinger, corner Pynsent and M' Pherson-streets. WANTE) KNOWN.-Your Razo Ground and Set (not settled. Apply Ern. Jenkins. VIMEDIA Remedies for men, wo men, and children, is not an experiment. It has cured thousands, why not you? Information free, under no obligation, by writing to Mrs. Mardon. J.ohn street, Ilorsham, or 317 Collins-street, Melbourne. LOST AND POUND. LOST.-Between Iorshami and Nur rabiel, Lady's HANDBAG. containing bank book. Fred. Hutchinson, Nur rabiel. LOST.-On Wednesday night, one Brass Tail LAMP. Finder please re turn to C. H. Hoskin and Son. Re ,'ard. LOST.-At Sallnmann's sale. one black Sheep DOG, slut. with whit, ntarkings, answers to name of Toy. £1 reward on information lead ing to recovery. W. G. Harders, B,,x 31, Dimboola. LOST.-That dull edge from my Razor at Ern. Jenkins. FOUND.-Bengal Razors from S'. \pply Ern. Jenkins. FOUND.-Cheapest ple in iln orshamn or Pipes. Apply Ern. Jenkins. FOUND.-Joseph Rodger's Pocket Knives from 4/6. Apply Ern. Jrn kins.
TO LET AND FOE SALE. IENGINEI: FOR SALE. '"Frro.:' 7ý 1. I., sttand ainy inspection, cheap. Ge,,. \\Weight. i'vinsenr-.t treet. F'Otli g.,dl light harness t ltHORN:IE FOR SAL.E: single or dnouble ha lrness. Gu(naranted. Trial given. I'. looz;:::. Ilnrshiuu. 7I01 .L.\I.I-'.-Ql-'INi'ES, 2'0 dump e:se. Orders taken at .. M' Auley & OATS PFOE SALE. Prinme quality Algerian SEED OATS, from Western district. A pply Perme ,van Wright & Co., Horsham:. FOR SALE.-- ruit consignment BOOKS, sanctioned for use in place of Railway Commissioners official forrm. "H'orshnam Times." For Sale NO\W READY. - 400,000 Brow Spanish. Brown Globe. Extra Early Gohlen Glohe. and White MlammothI _nionia Plants. A splendid healthy. well gro \n lot. ['rice 7d 100. 5/ .1000. 5010) and over 4/9 .1000. Also Cabbage Pla:ts 1/ti 100. Cauliflower Plants 2/ 100, Ler tuce:, Red and Silver Beet Plants. 1- i 100. Cash must be sent with order. Customers are requested to give fitl particulars where to send, and if rail way station is prepaid or otherwise. Apply ALICK HUTCHINSON, Plant Farm, Narrtcoorte, S.A. PUBLIC NOTICES. Fresh Fish. C. R. BRITTEN wishes to announcee that he will deliver FRESH FISH every FRIDAY. Orders rmay be left at his residence, Darl6t-street south (near Massey-Harris). 'Phone 224. THANKS. Mr. John A. Smith desires to return Thlanks to the Matron and Staff of the Horsham District Hospital, and Dr. Read, for their medical attention dur ing the recent illness of himself and his son, and also kind friends at Toolond3 for their assistance. OPTICIAN'S VISIT. MR. P. 'A. MORRIS has bought all 'Jr. S. T. Harchant's interests (includ ing books, records and prescriptions), in the late firm of Morris and Mar chant, 298 Little Colilns-street, Mel bourne, and is continuing his Optical Business at the above address' and in country centres as P. A. MORRIS & CO., who will receive and pay all debts. The firm have modern and efflicient op tical workshops, and make a specialty of prompt and reasonable repairs. See next visiting day as advertised in this paper. P. A. MORRIS & CO., 298 Litle Collins-street, -Melbourne. A. Little .Doctor for Dyspeptics if you want quick relief front the. pains and distress of, indigestion, dys pepsia, -gastritis, food fermentation aiidd acidity, just take Bisurated Magne: sia. after eating or' whenever pain. is felt;. Bisurated Magnesia is absolutely harmless, and enables the dyspeptic to enjoy' a good' old:fashioned meal with out feiir or pain or distress to follow. That's why it is called' "The little Doctor for Dyspeptics." Go to the nearest chemist and get a package of Bisurated Magnesia to-dny; he sells it at small cost in both powder and tab let forms. But be sure it is Bisurated Magnesia: the "Little Doctor's" bracs plate is the word '"BIsnag." which, for your protection. you'll find on every packageo of the genuine kind.
PUBLIC NOTIICES.. Miss Dawson OF "ADETTE," 285 COLLINS-ST.. MELBOURNE, Will be showing at ROYAL HOTEL, HORSHAM, TUESDAY 'AND WED NESDAY, MAY 3rd and 4th, Ladies' Milinery, Costumes, Coat Frocks, Coats, Jumpers, Golfers, Blouses, etc., Crepe de Chine and :Georgette Blouses at greatly reduced prices. Do not miss this opportuuity of Winter Goods. Brigidine Convent, Horsham, SECOND TERM? BEGINS ON THE 2Sth APRIL.
OHUROH NOTIOSB. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. FIFTH SUNDAY AFTER EASTER. HlORSHAM: S, Itoly Communion; 11, Matins; 7, Evensong. LOWER NORTON: 3, Evensong. REV. W. REED, R.D. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. SUNDAY. MAY 1. 1921. HORSHAM: 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. DOOEN: 3 p.m. LAIIARUM:' 11 a.m. BRIMPAEN S3 p.m. ST. HELENS: 7.30 p.m. CHUROC Or CHRIST. H1ORSHAM: 1 a.m:, "The Lordl's Table," Evangelist Bassard; 7 p.m., Gospel, Evangelist Bassard. Subject- "The Two Ordinances, must they bd observed 1' A special invitation to those who are taught arid believe that these ordinances need not be observed. No collection. POLKEMMET: 2.30 p.m., Mr. J. A. Millar. PIMPINIO: 2.45 p.m., Mr. J. Butler. HAVEN: 2.30' pm., Evangelist Bas sard. . .: VCQTi PA'EOPLE'S :i ?.AY ;'. lORSHAM: 11 a.m. Rev. H G.S:: comb (of Wariracknabea l) 7pm.:, Rev. H. G. Seeomb . GREENLAND DAM: 3 . Mr. Ed wards. VECTIS EAST: `' ^" z 7 p.m.. Mr. J. Eardonde KALKEE : p.m., Rev. H. ' comb. REMLAW: 3 p.m., Mr. Sadlier. Retiring collection at each servide for
altrsi?ME ETINGbS -ETc TOWN HALL, ORSH,. SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 1921. Soldiers' Pictures, Presents "OLD WIVES FOR NEW.", A special production with a good Programme supporting it. AND MONDAY NEXT, MAY 2, 1921. W'ILLLAM FARNUI In "LAST OF THE DUANES." A Fox Production. And PEGGY IIYLAND In "FAITH." US'AL PRICES. Reservations at Reninson'a. A Dance Will be held in the MECHANICS' HALL NEXT MONDAY NIGHT. Mai 2nd. MIESDAIES BOWDEN & HILL. Jung I.O.R. THE ANNI\ERŽA.R.ty of Jung Tent, 1.).R. will be held on MONDAY. MAY 2: in the Federal Hall. at S p.m. Bro. T. Dennis. D.c.R., will address the meeting. ('oncert and Supper. Ad. mission Free. L. 1' RAE, Secretary. A.L. . A MIlI:TINGi of the A.I..P. will be held at Temperance Hall. Horsham, THURS.DAY. MAY 5. 1Members kind!y attend. Business: Iuportant. H. r BALI.IN(;ER, 'Secretary. Minyip Turf Club PICNIC FLEETING. WEDNESDAY. LMAY 4. 1921. IN AID OF SOLI)IERS-' [EMIORIAI.. Splendid E:ntries. (;ool, Day's Itu ing Assured. Afternoon Tea on (rounid. J.. H. RYRON. President. II. J. CAMERON, Secretary. PUBLIC NOTIICES. Public Notice ANY DEBT contracted hb my wife and family after the 12th day of March. 1921. I'll not be responsible for. F. P. HOOP. Lower Norton. NO rICE. HORSHAM MAN IN BUSINESS IN GEELONG. MR. A. LAWs?ON begs to notify his 'tunterous friends , in Horsham dist rict that he has accepted the position o:f Managing Farm Salesuan with lug ram and C'ampbell. of 151 Rvrie-street. Geelong. Real Estate Speialihsts. Any one from this distrihr in search of either House or Farm property in Gee long district would be win, to keep in ;ouch with Mr. lawon. Hallo . CHEAP MIEAT AGAIN. David Devlin Begs to informu the Public he has started to run a Cash Butcher's Cart. Regular i'llinlg on Customers guaran teed. Only tirst quailiry sheep killed nmd sold at 21 and 3d a pound under "our local butchers' pricers. Ring up No. 1Sn. "nd leave sour name and address. Th. cart will thea call on you. £100 Reward THE SECRET OF HEALTH. Hygierne THE NEW NATURE CURE. Th' only systeni that removes the cause. You've tried the doctor, you've tried the Chinese and European Herbalists and failed. NOW TRY NICHOLLS AND SUCCEED. A\. NICHOLL.S. Sen.. of NICHOLLS BROS., Towers Court. Adelaide, South A\ustralia. and I-lamilton. may- be con sulted free at WIMMERA COFFEE PALACE from TUESDAY, 26th April, to 29th April, 1921. Hours: From 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. ALSO ON MAY 3. £1001 Reward will be paid to any per son if we fail to permanently cure themn. providing the simple directions are carried out. TESTIMONIALS. Victoria Coffee Palace, Fairy-street. Warrnambool, 14th June, 1919. To Mr. A. Nicholls. of Nicholls Bros. Decar Sir,---I beg to state that after a short course of your treatment for umy complication of complaints, Chronic TBronehitis, Gastritis, Chronic Indiges tion and Constipation, and the after ffects of being gassed while on aetive service in France, I am amazed at the rapidity of the cure, since it was de clared absolutely incurable by the most eminent doctors in the army. I will always be only too pleased to recons mend any similar sufferers: Wishing you a continuance of yoer success. You n4vy make use of this in any manner you like. I remain, yours gratefully., S , E. P. OWENS. We cured Mr. Lucas, jun.; son of MIr.:: Lucai Salvation Army. Warrnambool / of Chronica Neuralgia in one day af-Cl ter all Warrnambool doctors and,che-i mnists: had tried for three months:ad :a:: failed. .He',s kept w-ell ever ,since:.i Cured 27/9/1919?i , Pine View, Wallace: Dale 2~4421
This , is to state. that.: Ihave -:!beenv.i treated by A... Nicholls?, of :.QichollS' ? ,? :'lof .Hailt-i?? ni- and Adelaide. fi" ..'. i .eumatin .?iand palsy After. ?my f? iuly "dodctor failed to relieve: me I de Sde&` to; giy `ir Ni lols a trial ~ook:: ' month'secourse of treatment, Signed: "Aun M'Doiad. Witness: Steve Taylor.