IT is an old tradition of belief (says the Oban Times) that toothache is caused by a worm in the tooth. In Gaelic, " enumh" means worm or maggot; hence "cnoimh thiacall" signifies toothache. Inhaling smoke was supposed to kill the worm. A better remedy is Clemes and Bartleman's Eecalyp tide, which cares toothache instantly and permanently. . Sold by all chemists n .the colony. Price ls.-Agents Messrs Kruger SanI Co.-rA.r.1"
" Carpe Diem," is an old Roman aphorism, which literally means, pluck' the day, but which liberally translated implies, seize the opportunity. It is a lesson, "short, sharp, and decisive,'-' and serves as an antidote to the common complaint known as procrasti nation. \Wait not, therefore, until the vitality is lost, appetite gone, debility, dyspepsia and kindred ailments appear before using Wolfe's Schnapps.—(ADVT.) WANTED a Good Smart Lad to learn the moulding. Apply May and Millar, Wimmera Foundry. W AN lED Two'Apprentices to the sad dlery and harness business.-Apply D. I'Calman, saddler, Horsham. - W ANTED KNOWN.-Sewing Machines of every description CLEANED and REPAIRED. Orders left at.\V .and J. Thomson's will be'punctually attended to. jA L ASON required to erect Stone.Work L? and Railing around grave at station up country. Apply office of this paper. r110 LET, the Draper's Shop next door, to J the RoyalHotel, lately occupied by Mr. A. Bullock. Apply to C. G. Rasmussen.' For Sale. ; SECOND-HAND STRIPPER' in good Al order. Terms-payable lost: March n xt. Apply SG. L. GOULD, S Cannum. To. Let. A THREE-Roomed Cottage, ,Ghnrch Hil: A. Water laid on-every convenience. Apply '. ::: . R~ CLARK:"... : . Union . Flour ?Mills. Lost.: .... A DAK Brown Horse, branded He on the I rump, medium draught, about 15 bands high, near lower eyelid out off. £1 reward will be given to anyone giving snch 3 information as will-lead tod the recovery of same; if lost; or £5 on conviction. o. the i thief, if stolen. JAMES EASTICK, " " Jung Jung. t £i Reward .., OST from Dooen' Railway:: Station:about 1iJ'. three.weeks ego, a Blick Slot ,with t white ring around ie,, tail, tippd 'off:; answers to the name of NIP. -;Anyone delivering same t•',Me8sra Broadbent 'Bro$ , I Horsham, will receive the absliove reward.,; A. MURPHY,, I . , . i·" Butcher; Martonu M. echanics Intitute, ,bori sham.. . FTIENDERS are invited from Fire.Ipsurn'cl "' Companies for inssring the alcive named institute;, reading rooom, books, furhi ture,; &c.:' For 'particulars;. apply "to the rsecretary. S..J. L. GILL.. .Notice. I1T THE Undersigned, will not be respon ;, sible for any debts contracted by my wife, Catherine Byrne, after this date. ' ·.:'? '.?: . .RICHD;BYRNE. TIRESBYTERIAN CEURCH, Horsham. 1 The 'Rev. Dr.. Macdonald,- of. Mel. bourne, wi'l- preach in the above-named church in the .morning. in. coss?otion, with the settlemenhtof the- Rev A. OC'Sith as pastor. The Rev. A. O. Smith, .A.,will preach in the evening. Intimation .to Farmers.[ OFFP.RS are. invited for, supplying 25 tens, more or lesS,'at per ton, of sounId, clean, wheaten Hayto, the undersigned, at .War acklnabeal, during.the current'ionth,or as soon thereafter as convenient...; : . S . ?JOHN GRAY. Warracknabeal,' ! st November,. 1882.: r Horsham District Hortiocultural 0Society. THE FIRST SPRING" SHOW! In connection with the abovenamed"::"" Society will be held on FRIDAY, 17 ? NOVEMBER; 1882.' I The prize schedule is now `ready, and can be had on'applicatio, either personally or by letter, to the undersigned., . J.' H.:BROWNE, .: Mr:.DeOory Ireland's Office;' ':. S.... . ,, H6rehaan~. !*O 0F:, iOVING OCLUB RINCE OF WALES' BIRTHDAY, 1882'; ` A T'HLIETI'J -SP6Ri.iS to be held:withuin the i RECREATION: RESERVE, - DIMBOOLA,' , In aid of the funds of the above club. FOi RPRooAMIE' SEE POSERS? . £35 will be Offei cd in PRIZES. BANCY BAZAAR 'ARCHERY FOR LADIES.- Prize Lady's Bracelet. GAMES OF VERY DESCIPTION, FUN FOR .THE'MILTLION. a In the Evenin g a Gj RAND :CONCER.T. Will be .iven, wvhich' :ill be followbed by a DRAMATIC ENTERTAINMENT. BALL IN TflE EVENING. JAS: R. RMELROSS. Honi. fec. SHIRE WO MMERa Tenders. ':' ;:O Separate tenders'are invited for the per. formance of each of the undermentfned Works, .viz... :-- ..." .. ,,SOUTH ? IDING.: Contract 3/ -(Fresh tender.)---trhbing and e ! ?,cleansg on I-chainroadfromN.E.crser· i s O -" o: GWinderlloh's seections, Bsunga~lly,' to S.E eoreroif 8. C. Fmrser's, Lalrm. Contract /I Forming ad metalling 30 heins I taell rdad, near Burnt LCreewk. Ces dt 42/2Fsninig sand oonalli ior chains near South Brghton "Wool Shed. Ctret 460/2. --Formingo and metalline 4 chains he :.W errell road, snar Dousie school-house. ontrene 33/02.--Frelh tenders.)--Grubbing and eleoring from H. Speher's selection Nati maek, ito Wnomoer River, near Colder's Coatract3?/8l-(Frc tedrs.)--h rubbing nd i', ' . e~rle gandlchhiolroad.near C. Steha's and Heleair eord's sOleCtions, Lemon. SThe drawoings, o specifcations, conditions of loitract, and form of tender, may be seen at the WVlmmerashire Office, during office hours, 1rmm the 3rd lst. to the 20th inst. A depdesitto0be enclosed with each Tender; the amoont 'of'uch deposit to be 5. percent. on' the amount of the Tender, and must be in 'either-bank draft, or marked cheque. STenders are to be delivered at the Wim merauhireoOffice not later than 11 o'tlonk' .mi diifiTiesday, the 21st day of Novem. her, 1882. - - The lowest?or any tender not 'iecessarily accepted., -: By " ' - . I - " . B. ; ? " '- B order, ' , :': "'" Shire Office, Hov?h.lun.o'JZ "' November 2, 1882.
NORTH-WESTERN PROVINCE ELEC .: :"LMr !Dar odd itspuzrt Who is a candidate foryour enffrages at the forthcoming; eloction,.,rivill jaddheaothe ( pelctdro asns nder g Jang Jung, Paull'as otel, Saturday, 4th November, 8 p.m. hpapnyup, Miller's Rotel, Monday, 6th No. ',vember, 12noon.:'. " ::i: . Lubeck, Short's Hotel Monday 6th Noein ber, S p.m. MurtoU, Court Hose, Moinday" 6th Novem= ber, p.m. Veotis, Sc Hoyise, Tueoday, n 7th Noem hber, 1 p.m. Horsham, Mechanic's lstitute, Touneay, 7th November, 8 pm. . Fimpiulo,' Itaody's Hotel,; Wediesdayj8;tli November, 12noon. .":.'" Dimboola, Paivier's Hotel, Wedneday; 8th SNovember, 3 p.m Nhill, Rentole's Hotel, Wednesday, 8thNo vember, 8 p.m. Natimok, Kroschell's Hotel. Thnrsday, 9th November, 12 noon.. . Norahjoha, Beard's Hotel, Thursday; 9th November, p.m Tobsn, Rossbetham's Hotel, Thurday, 9thli November 8 a.m." N ORIIT-WESTE1Ri PROINCE ELEC . Mr. R Clark Will address the Electors as follow'.: Saturday, 18th, Edmondos' Store, Clear Lake, at.12.noon.:: r Saturday, 18th, Noradjha, at 8 o'clock p.m. Mlonday.;2Qoh, W.'Wlls Hotel at S o'clock p.m. i ': i ..f. ,' / Monday, 20th,rIJng Jung, at 8 o'clock. . 'Tuesday, 21st, Cannum School; at12 noon. Tuesday, 21st, Kewell,.West, Wills'Hotel, at 8o'clock.. .., :.. ' :Wednesday; 22nd, Enrnteek, State School, at.3o cloack. r+ . : 1 Wednesday, 22nd, Drung: Drang, State .,School, at 8 o'clock.(,:... ? Thursday,. 23rd, Kalkeec (Gainp)': State School, at 4 o'clock.:. Thursday, 23rd Sleator's, at 7 o'clock.. N ORTH WESTERN PROVINCE ELEC'; TION.i MIr. George -Young W ill. address the electorsi atthe following places as herennder mentioned :--, ;? Thursday, 16th, 4 o'clock, R Calder's Pol kemnett. e Thursday, 16th; 8 'elock; Mechanics' Insti tute, Horsham.. Friday, 17th,12, Clear Lakebs;.:a r, f Friday, 17th, 4 o'clock, School House,Norad Friday, 17th; 8"'oloc, Roo?'a Hotel,; Nati. mobk. Saturday, 18ith,12 noon School Hose, South Wcnwondah; ..b i , :'. ? SSatuday, .'18th, 3 o'clock ;1School Hooe, t 'lNorth Wnwoadahl: ':":" Saturdayi 18th, 6 o1olc, Schiool, Hous 8 ri se Drung.. o:. ;,r is Monday, 20th, 12 noon, Paull's Hotel, Jung Monday, ;20th, :'o'cloek, 'Kewell;, Coffey's Hotel. v r:"t Moinday; 20th, 8 'o'clock;' Meohanics'o Inl Stute, Mrtoan . .?:: ; : Tuesday, 21st, 12 noon, Bruce'sa Hotel,' Kel lalac. d Tuesday, 21st,'3 o'clock;,SchoolfHous, Can-! Toesday, 216 8"'clock;, Mechanics asih e tute; Dimboola.: Wednesday, 22nd ,12 oon, -ainert' Paifs, SKiata. ...:: ... . Wediaiday 22od? 8 o'clck"'Mech~'a"ics' In stitute, Nhill. ..:! t" Thursday, 23rd, 12 noon;lawloit. Thursday, 23rd, 4 clock, HanvaE . Thursday, 23rd, 8 o'clock, Lillimaur.1 i Friday, 24th,; 7o oclockHdah'by's. Hotel,.` i Pimpino.'"' Saturday, 25th, 12 nooni,. T.Willa' Hotel, KewellMeat., ,e.;.: " SSaturday, 25th, 3 o'clockd-Kalkeei School. ll Saturday, 25th, 5o'clocki, Kalkee, Sleat 's, To George Young; Esq,? J.P., BALLARAT,,, .,.,,, _,the adersgnec Raepayers !in the rt :,rNorth"Wettn 'Provine ecu ectfolly requeiist that 'youw''ill'ollow yourselves to be. i' Nominated for a Seat in th's Legei?ltive Council, to bo held on the 30th N0vember,and we pledge ourselves to use all our influence to secure your return : T. Lawes : Wm:Holland F. O'Brien H. Bradshaw:-i= D McKenzie . ... J. Kay 'L Forrest I'. l . , P. Barrett " r :H. W. McCann Jas. Murphy J..Boey-:' B: R':Healop' J. -Young S.'Strange . May ; , Hopkins eenr: s t. M- cCl"ure 3 .:. ,-.'Bennett H; Gilmore:' H Comfort ' J. Miller' : 'H. Bown :' :' J.'Day' .e '" . i Wilfred Robinson H- J ;Jenikins' ° H.,Holland J. McPhee J. Smith Thos. Sherwell"? T. Hodby . ... C. Curran C.H.Bond'.:::' ...`.'. Cornell J. ieyo;lds; : John Carter , ST. McMahon J. Boe 3 Bond .; C Kem D. W. MeDnald Jas Everettt 'J. Powell. . ... J. Strudwick 1M PaLish A. TMiles O. Miller i J. . dei M:O'0LoIen A. W. Waltersi A. Smith . .F. Stevensonnso .G.'W..Cook' : Mitehll D. M?cLlean , : FaiquliarMcl~ o B .e F. J.eOdlam G Schurmaeian ito. 0Roel J. Cunninghani" A-Tgwibh L 'n M.:i-:: •'1M: Wilks R. Schumann J3. Martin .A. Hocking 3. Lony W. H. Hudson ....-.. Pnls.. T. Wills ,.. a , , Rib . W. Blackburn J. elly :A. J.Twigg Ws. ?nest C.Smith .'.!-I :;BI J.i'Bi.kB.: T. Yonng. 7 . White J. Smith J. Ellis J. Johi(tdon::'' -'. Win.'Scott T. A:. Jol;ni d J'3..:, ,'Anderson R. Arnold,,' " .- .'A. Molloy. . . ,aidlaw ... L F. McKenzie Win. Robinson . J.R. Stubbs 3. Miller A. Sutton 'B. Amess 3. Cornell J. Calvert J. Cross A.WIrie :D: MD Rae:" '. F. A.Bemiett George Bodey as. Guest ':. Win. Bodey P. Rudolph C0. Welsoe T. Guest F. Bad?ii 7. Thomas -W. Fleming . H. Oliver ,:. F. Meredith Theo fsregoing..gentemen also agree.to act on Mr'Young coniiittde. To the Eleetors "'f tle North Western Province. At the eues~ !f a nmb of th a eectos in; vdoarous~p~tar: aolepron ce, I beg to announcl thbathiill hea CANDIDATE for your, a;iaes. 'at: the election to tale place oe n the 3Oth.Novaie npet,: d I,,g :o solici.. the. .favonro.of your-votes and I purpose publiahingi anaddress during the next few days, cottaining an. exposition oL mypolitical vikwennd irilliarrangd meet he electors at the vario?us contres of popula tion as soon as practicable,. due notice o w hhikh i be gi~en. : . . ., Yours recpecfcnlly,,"'' in' Ballie.streeet.-Apply to Joseph Feeler Commeruial Hotel.
1i 0: - un: - o OFi ,,,,IVAL P?W.....L. ?: OF', SPRING and SUMMER I.S LAR EY." -NOVELTIES. ... :'.1 i . Y the abovre- esdel we have rece ed 1 13 125 HALF-CHESTS NEW SEA E have pleasure in informing on SON'S TEAS. More :to fellow in due TV customers that by the arrival of course. the " LOCH YENNACAR" from Glas gow, we arc placed in possession of our GROCERY, first instalment of Goods for the ensuing eason's trade. Additional supplies are IRONMONGERY, daily epeoted per " LOCH SLOY" ad CROCKERY AND other vessels. + . Our imports this season will be on onSSa° most extensive scale, and, coming Direc GLASSWARE, from the Manufacturers, will place ns in a .TINWARE position to offe.our patrons Special Value in all departments of our DRAPERY AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, STOCK.G . E SEWING MACHINES DEPARTMENTS. . (New Davis and Wertheim.) DEPAR.T.MENTS.E." MANCHESTER, We are jat receiving a Large Stockof DRESSES, Goods suitable for the shearing season,.: WOOLPACKS, SEWING FLEECE and M ., -O, R-A R r -- LOCROPE' T -. TWIN:E HOSIERY and GLOVES, BOILED OIL; g (Plain and Fancy), sTABR HlABERDASHERY, SHEEP SHEAB, H OIL STORES,.. CLOTHING, r RATION EAS, S OUTFITTING, SUGARS, BOOTS & SHOES. TOBACCOS, ETC. ,THE IRON STORE. SPRING & SUMMER NOVELTIES Ea Mail Bteame r Idus Ex Mail Steam.Indus Em Undersie has uch pleasure in notifying to the publ generally tathe ha Sjust received direct fro the nanufactrer a large and ver choice selection of New Beason's Goods of which the following are a few, v :u . ' MP r DRESSES . ... VIENNA BIEGES- IMPERIAL REPS WOOLAMALNTA SERGES OATMEAL CLOTHS es 'LaEst t ,r t Coming Season. o: issAnderson. . SOF GROERY, ROEWRY, AEES GEEPlsiCE and FnTUR BOOTS; TIMBER and IRON ALWAYS .ON HAND.O; Al n dah foher ' pareItSaOtef aso fullGy M rplenis wribt heh1 et Discounte for Co ash- n esn ' , . I. ,. o f, - .. . NB.l Th Dresma.n ;iis .til undert SPern e ....e ILLING ANDT GENERAL A EN T OBA01PANY _____________ EG to ann ounce tothe ____ i N~,u .I~ Farmers and Resjden I___:__:_ __:i_____t_____ of tho Wi:mera D.istric ___ _ ivi: i ' I - oee Cousignmentsof wheat and Grain .of every .. riptio. , either Ifor SALE 'orSTORAE, WIMMERA. WHEAT, where buyers cn all time" spplied, aid thur FAPRODUC LDINAN GENERA TCO IINES Co nsnmet of I? Sh.ies HOIdEs &TIO io I COL eg, or i forSIPME T-lO and tioras Caesh eerad l that de osame i ~f' asucd E eery kno I usnes nnetes a t a d:.ve rhanen aotiment ''The Melbourne &Wm e IMi RIA &Gri W rehous i ELIZ?THSTEE NRto , ofrOAMELOLNsaE- o : ,, ,a, (ate o nlorMils Hrhin Al.W tJPnose ) ototr antm nheh5Bw?eas thatlly replenshed with• t