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Stricken With Paralynis. Heodereon (rimett, of this place, was trken with partial parelysis and compl. tee I?l't the ure f one arm and side. After eing treated by an eminent physician for qutrea while without relief, my wife re.om mended Cnlmberlaio's Pain Balm, and after s ni n two hottln o it he is atmost entirely nred.-Gto. t.r cDO.yALD. Man, Legao Ce., W. Va., U.S.A. Several other very rtevrnkl le cares f porrial paralysis have en ,ffcted Ly the use if *his liniment. Itif most widely knowI, however, as a cure for rheumtti,m sprains and buise±. Sold by J. Crump, Horebhm and Natimuk. EGYPTLANEYESALVB Nlare provides a remedy for oa "the ills that flesh is heir to." Egy. Ptian Eye Salve is a -vegetable oind. ment , has proved itself a certdal cure for Sandy Blight & all dseases of the Eyes. The genuine ' no" n btaJlab lfrom all Ahemi~s. P~a2I/6
A. AR'orr, li-flhem, as agent for ih old esrauli'ioe I Ilnp-rial Loaur.aoce CO, ioooreo Dwr1iino., Furniture. IHy Stako Standing Crap. Sticks of Coro, tSruo Stables, lachumery, &t., on the most far s terms.-Advt.
IN LESS THAN SIX YEARS. Webber's Vitadatio. HAS COVERED SEVERAL CONTI NENTS. READ WHAT IT IS DOING. ANOTHER TRIUMPH FOR VITADATIO. GALL STONES AGAIN CONQUERED. 21 Clayton Street Balmain, October 17, 1900." Mr. S. A. PALMER. Dear Sir,-I feel it my duty in the interest of humanity to let you know the great benefit I have received through Vitadatio. I have been a martyr to gall atones ftrr a long while. I was treated by a medical doctor every day. I was unable to go out of doors, thus being unable to follow my usual occupation. The doctors failed to cure me. I was in extreme pain, vomiting and purging. My life was a burden to me. One day in picking up a paper one of your handbills was in it of a lady who had been cured of gall stones, the symptoms of the patient being similar to my own. I thought I would try it. A bottle was brought to me. It acted like a charm, and in a few days I was out of bed, free from the pain. I took three large bottles, and can honestly say I am cured through this wonderful medicine. I cannot find words to express my gratitude to you for the good your medicine has done for me. My friends seeing the good i; has done for me,-have started taking it, and all seem to praise it to thu utmost. Dear Sil, I give you full eonsent to do whatever you like with this testimonial, and I hope to see it in print as soon as possible for the sake of the poor unfortunates who may be suffering as I was, I will be only too glai to offer my services at any time. -I remain, 'yours sincerely. T. BkRNES. Witnesa to Signature, H. Ward, 316 Darling Street. I hereby certify to the above being true in every particular, being a mate of his, O. O. McCRDYr. For further particulars apply H. A. PALMER, 45 and 49 Bourke Street, Melbourne. Correspondence invited. Write for Testimonials.
Spectacles & Defective Vision DR. E. TOBIN, O F the Yale Optic.l Institute, Spring Street, Melbourne, will visit HO1R SHAM periodically. Date of nexc visit FRIDAY NEXT, March 7. And may be consulted at Mr. Rl. MlMullis's Pharmacy. Wilson' Street, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Remember-Headache, Neuralgia, lueorunia and Depression are leading symp toms of eye straiu.Sight Tested Free.
Wanted. T ANTED-An experienced Cook. Apply P. MCCABE, ,Conimercial Hotel, Hunaham. W ANTED)--General farm hand, also young chap rouseabout, milk cows, kill sheep, &c. - Apply AaIlCULTUtAL CoLLEGE, Dooen. W A N TED KNOWN-That i. DELANY, of ktrebrace Street, HIorsliam, has tur sale-New and Second band Buggies, in good order. ANTED KNOWN-W. F. ALLAN destues to thank his numerous I customers for the liberal support ac 1 corded him during past yoaia. My poatttun of TILIBEL atERCHANP asu SCUON1'RAUTIUK, of both iHUtLrtiAM and t BEULALi, enables nie to purcnaas all e building materials in VEKl LARGbE 1 QUAN LITIES and at the very lowsat poaisble price, thus enabling me to supply my customers with new material at toe V?RKY LOWE.sT PRICE. My stuck ot wall paper la uuequailed in orue di?trct, Sroaung irom 41 per piece, and the quautiLy sold ia contiuually ucreasing. In picture framing I have the largest stock outside of lalilalat, and prces tle the lowest iu the district.-Thauking you again fur your suppuot, yours truly, W. F. ALLAN. n Agent for SUN AGETYLENE GAS SUENriaAI'OR. The lignt ut the future. . Snd for citcular. Also LANUASULKE I .IRE INSURAN?E CO. Fuuerala con ducted in any part ut tOn diatrict.-W\. F. ALLAN, Flrebrace Street South. Wanted Known. GREEN begs to inform the Public and the eurtoundmog dietrict that in adullton to Snop Trade he will be able to I Supply those in Trade at reasonable prices, I having purchased Mr. It U bincuam'a I Orchard, at toe Irrigation Colony. All a kinds o Irunt for Sale at €?i holceale Prices. Pouultry bought in any quantity; Best P'rices at present. The Usual Novelties and Sweets on Hand. HARRY GREEN, Firebrace Street For Sale. For Private Sale by Tender. EIGHTY (80) acres, all cleared, and Twenty (20) acres followed, securely fenced into four paddocks, containing one dam 1100 yards and a three (3) hundrea yards dam, fourronomed W.B. house, 10 feet walls, kitcheu, cellar and store room c0mbined,large stable and sheds, fowl houses (2), stack straw about 20 tons, small quan ifty good hay, } acre of vines in full baring, uuderground 10 x 10 tank,brick and cement, pump, androuofed with weather-boarus. Tue above is situated within one mile of (Wal Wal Railway Station. The land is in the parishes of Warrannook and Warra Warra; a road divides the padducke. Terms, £50 deposit, balance in cash as soon as tianefer is complete. The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Tenders to be addressed to James Ward, Wal Vial Tenders to be in by the 14th March, 1902. Immediate possession,freebold. FOR SALE HE Finest Stock of Saddlery and lBar. nesa in the district, at the cheapest prices, to utrait the times, at the old shop, late D. McCalmau's. J. S. L. is a pust master at lining and stuffing collars and saddles. One trial will satisfy the publlc that what he says is correct, and they will soume again. Don't Forget the Address J. S. Leehane, Firebrace Street, Horsbam. Lost and Found. Lost A BOUT 48 merino ewes (branded V in A black) fom Kellalac. Finder rewarded on giving information to J. PHELAN & SONS, Kellalac. £1i Reward. SOST from Horsham: about three weeks L ago--A bay buguy mare, with black foal at foot, the latter with two white kind feet. The mare ise branded FS near shoulder. The above reward will be paid on deliveiy or for information leading to recovery.- C. SAYERS, Horsham. Tenders. " Tenders. I W ATT?TED Tenders for enlarging a dam S at Garup that has been recently cleaned out. To be enolrged about 600 yaids. State- price -per yard. Tenders to the undersigned by TUES)DAY, March 11. JAMES GIDDINGS, Garup. 0B30 0UG OF ORSHAaM. ,Tenders Are 'invited for 500 cubic yards of sand in one lo.t, or lots of 100 cubic yarde. Cond itioas and specifications may be seen at the T'own Hall. Tende.r? close on MONDAY, the 10th of March, 1002, at 4 p.m. J. G. JOWETT, Town Clerk and Engineer. Tow a Hcli, Horaham, Feb. 28, 1902. W estern Wimmera Irrigation and Water Supply Trust. Tenders A RE invited, returnable on SATUR. DAY, March 8h, at 11 a.m., at the Trt at Ofc,, foro ti uontact No. 246--(:leaniog out about L mil e of channel to ~xell's tank,Kewell West ( ~antact No. 247--Cleaning out Patter. sor e tank, poilish Wallop. 5 3oettact No. 248-Ereeting 100 feet of iro a fence at DUoen. SFas anod specifications can be seen at the Trust Office. Horshunl. - . LEARMONTH, Trnst Engineer.
TO BE OR NOT TO BE. ---" THIS OLD QUESTION HAS TO BE ANSWERED CANDIDLY BY HORSHAM PEOPLE. What do the people of Horsham think of the statement published below ? Can any citizen ask more convincing proof ! What is there lacking in such evidence ? Investi gation will corroborats it. It is Hor sham proof for Horsham people. The most exacting cannot wish for anything more. Read it. Mr. J. J. Riley, Henry Street, Horsham, says :--" Having been a martyr to a pain in the small of my back for eleven years and never being able to find a core for it, I pro cured a box of Doens' Backache Kidney Pills atlcMMlullin's Pharmacy. This medi cine did just what other medicines and doctors failed to do, it gave me the desired relief. Besides having these pains constan tly, they were very bad making all my movements a torture, the act of atooping being the worst of all. My secretions were also in a bad state, being discoloured and leaving a deposit. Before getting the pills I had become to look on myself as a cltronto sufferer,and had very little expectations that a remedy would do me any permanent good. But I am glad to tell you that Dean's Back ache Kidney Pills gave me a most agreeable surprise. Imean to recommend this remedy very strongly, as I am convinced that it is a blessing to those with kidney trouble." The above was given three years ago. Mrs. Riley states, in November 1901, that her husband has been free of kidney trouble ever since, she also atates :-I usedt this remedy myself for pains in the back, and they also cured nte. It is more than two years ago since I used them, and "I m still free of the ailment. Take no substitute. It was Doan's Back ache Kidney Pills which cured Mr. Riley, see that you get the same remedy. They are sold by all chemists and storekeepers at 2/9 per box (six boxes 15/3), or will be posted on receipt of price by Foster-McClel. lan Co., 76 Pitt Street, Sydoey, N.S.W. But be sure you get DOAN'S. A. ARnmoT, Importer and Manufacturer of Saddlery, Horsham, employs the largest staff of workmen and does the largest saddlery business in the Wiscmmeta. Because he keeps the largest and best assorted stock of requirements and studies the personal interest of every customer A argo consignment of English goods nst anding.-Advt. Amusements,:Meeting~. &o. Parliamentary Reform AiD State Retrenchment. TN pursuance of a resolution of the Council I of the Shire of WVimmera, and in terms of agreement with his Worship the Mayor of Horsham and the President of the Shire of Arapiles. I hereby convene a meeting of the electors of the Hiorsham Electorate, at the hour of 3 p.m., on SATURDAY, the 8th inst., at the Mechanica' Institute, HORSHAM. BusItNss-To discusse and. if necessary, take united action in connection with the suggested reform of the State Parliament. JOHN CUNNINGHAM, President Shite of Wimmera. Dated at the Shire Offices, Horsham, 3rd March, 1902. Wonwondalh East School. AS an expression of regret for the.death of Mr. John McQuillan, and of sympathy with his famly, the Annual Picnic w1ll be POSTPONED till WEDNES DAY, Aptil 2ad. JOHN Mt. WALLACE, Hen. Sec. Business Notices. J.LANOLANDS & CO GREAT . Summer Sale.! Sacrificeof Seasonable Lines. No Bad Stock kept. Commencing To-Day. Tremendous Reductions In the Showroom, and Sweeping Reductions Throughout the Establishment. W E would draw attention to our . Blouse Table Reduced from 2s ltd to Is 6d; from 14s Gd, 12s 6d, 10~ to 6s 6d; Also our white pique skirts front 4s lid. See our 1s Window for Hats, Ladies' brown linen costumes-New cut skirt, shirt blouse, with dressed collar and cuffs ; season's price 10s 6d; clearing up up price .s Ild Brown linen costumes-French skirts and blouse, with new yoke, trimmed white braid; season's price 15, 9d; now Os ltd Heautiful French muslin costumes, fltral designs, shaped frills to skirt, Russian blonse, transparent, lace collar ; usually 17a d; now 9s lIld Balanl:e of our black and colored glacie surah and brocade silk blouses will now be cleared desperately cheap Bargains in plin and igured lustre skirts (cut to the same pattern us our best tailor made skirts) reduced sale price lOs 9d, 12a 6d and 16a Gd. No such value anywhere Balance of children's and ladies' ansun hats, all more or less soled through handling, but easily done up will now be cleared at from 6d up to4s 1ld each; less than half price. All Ladies Gems half price Trimmed Millinery half price Ladies' Costumes Print and Holland, from 2s Gd to 5 6d A nice line of mntslin blouses Is lid Children's muslin dresses 2s lid Holland and print pinafores and overalls from Is Corsets (new straight fronts) from 2as.6; worth 5s 6d The bance of our untrimmed bats, ls each. All flowers to go for 6d and Is spray Also-Come and see our Window of RIBBONS-All to clear at less than cost Umbtella--Very choice quality, and a splendid assortment of crook and fancy handles, 2s 6d 2 lid 3s lid and 4s 6d. Remnants. Remnants Calicoes, shirtings, sheetings, flSannelette (plain nod f?esy). Linoleums and Oilcloths. Also a lot of geoti silks, which must not. be put into'our fixtures again. French. muslins, prints and sateens to cl~ear less than cost price Gents' ties, original price Is 6d and ls 9d; now 2 for Is also Trilby knots same price, is each; now 4 for eIs. Every other line GREATLY REDUCED as we must make room for our Winter Stock FOR ANYTHING AN'D EVERYTHING YOU REQUIRE VISIT J. Langlands and Co's GREAT SUMMER SALE NOW PROOEEDING.
Public Notices. ST. PATRIC K'S CELEBRATION. The&Publican's Booth and Right to Race Cards W ILh be offered by public auction at MESSRS. YOUNG BROS.' Yards on SATURDAY, March 8, at 2p.m. GEO. TYDIEMAN, Sec. Notice. I WOULD be glad if all persons in debted to me for the service of Norbert would kindly settle their accounts as early as poasible, owing to the loss I have sus tained through the death of the horse. JOHN MoDONALD, Polkemmet P.O Income Tax Schedules COMPILED, Books Opened. Balanced, Audited. Adjustment ..omplicated Accounts a Specislty.-Balance Sheets pre. pared. Strictly Confidential. T. R. ELY. P. Learmonth and Co's Office, Wilson Street, Horsham. Artificial Manures. Y OUNG BROS. beg to iutimate the they are taking orders for WISCHER & CO'S. Artificial Manures, which have proved such a help to the farmers. The Superphosphate (£5 per ton) is the moot common manure, but we have also Concentrated Superphosphate, £13 lOs per ton. These manures have proved themselves the beat that can he used in the Wimmers, as they supply just what is deficient in the soil. So we trust you will not be behind with your order, which, when received, will be promptly attended to. Government. Notice. Department of PublicWorks, Melbourne, 18th February, 1902. SEPARATE tenders will be received until twelve o'clock on 13th March, 1902, subject to the Conditions of Tendering, for (1) New State School 3094 and residence, Broughton: (2) New Residence, State School, 2769, Kiata. Particulars may be learnt at this office, and at the Police Station, Nhill, until let prox., after that date at Police Station, Horsham. The amount of the preliminary depcsit to accompany each tender is £10, and the amount of the deposit as cash security for the due performance of the contract is 5 per cent. in each case. The Board of Land and Works will not necessarily accept the lowest or any tender. N.B.-Chrques will not be accepted in payment of Preliminary Deposits. W. M'CULLOCH, Commissioner of Public Works. Professional Notices. Dr. Ritchie May be CONSULTED at " GLENERA (Next Church of England), BAILLIE STREET. HORSHAM Dr. J. Cookson, Three years Resident Surgeon Adelaide Children's Hospital, lat f Dunolly) H AVING succeeded to the practice of Dr. Macmillan may be consulted at his sesidence, " Ellerolie," McLACHLAh STREET, Horsham. Hours of Consultation-Morning, 9.30 to 10.30; afternoon, 1 to3; evecug, 7 to 8. R. M'Mullin PHAItMACEUTICAL CHEMIST WILSON-ST., HORSBHAM. P HYSICIANS' PRESCltIPTIOh? ac. curately dispensed. Horse and Cattle Medicines of every description. [V Country Orders by Pust Promptly Attended to, M, RYAN, ARCHITECT, Horsham, Ararat and Stawell. O RDERS for plans and specifications Sleft at " Horaham Times" Office will receive immediate attention. EDWARD FRASER AND W. GARSTIN LUCAS, ARCHITECTS, DECORATORS, AND DESIGNERS, &c. HORSHAM. H. JA-L?O UR . A'I'HI ART, SOLICITOR ETC., Nex. to Young Brothers' Auction Room WILSON STREET, HORSHAM Mrs. Andrew McDonald, LADIES' NURSE AND ACCOUCHEUSE. DURING the past 22 years MRS. McDONALD has attended over 1213 births in Horsham successfully. Accommodation for Ladies at her resi. dence ; also doctor's patients taken. MODERATE CHARGES ADDRESS-0'Callaghan e Parade, Hotrsham" DENTAL NOTICE W. Thee. Shanasy STAWELL, Visits HORSHAM EVERY MONTH and may be consulted at the Royal Hotel. There is no risk or doubt in placing your dentistry with me. No misfits. Nature imitated. Painless and modern methods only. Has been visiting for seven years Skilled experience. Next Visit SATURDAY, March 8th. DENTISTRY. :A Set of Teeth TEEL'H FROM Ll is to R.10 10 TEETR MI Alex. IHarris,R.D.S TEETH Surgical & Mechanical Dentist, E Firebrace St., RORSHAM TEETH TEETH I WHITE HART HOTEL. TEETH And at Colline.-St., Melbuurne Painless Extractions. TEETH 2s 6d, Guarantoed. Gold Fillings a Specialty EEH Childrens' Teeth Regul,.ted. No TEETH Charge for Extraeto when Order for Teeth is Given TEETH A Written Guarantee For 7 Years With AD] Work. TEETH - TEETH Goroke-Grace' Hotel fremMon day night, January 20. til TEETH Wednesday night, Jan. 22. Goroke - Grace's Hotel, from TEETH Mondsy night, 17th Fi,.. till Wednesday night, 19th Feb. TEETH Nati:nnk-Rosel's Hotel : From Thnrasday nmorning, Feb. 20, PEETH till Friday night, Fob. 21. Dimboola-Mrs.Husband's Hotel TEETH from 3 p.m. Thursday, 6th Matrch, till 6 p.m. Friday, 7th SMarch.