- Cbri~tmf pliWents in jewellery B.Ifeinze, wefl~e, Hork~. aiori 10 pw cent dim c9 & off suk priees for Chrihiim
Ten_ thoue d off lthe .-most -beautifol Chritlmaii Yew Yeiartasrne -to-setecn frim. Als. i? nse.quontities of the latet American, Enliob, German and French Novelties just kired f. r the coming season. Toys innomenle at GEO. Rrri's, Wilson street.-[AD. . L.C.B.C.,) iorsham Branch' Wilson street, nextto. Kenny's Farmers' Union Hotel. H.ýIerley (late W. W. North), manager of se Ilelbourne Cash Boot Com. pany, havingboukht a manufacturer's stoik at their owniricefor cash, are determined to give the in'abitamts of Horsham and the Wimmera ltrict n opportunity very seldom offered to 3oure 3oots and Shoes of every variety, sty), and of the best quality at such prices nevelbeardof before in the district. The followig will show for itself :--Men's Watertighti a selendid line, 9s.; Men's Military Ice, 7s. id. to Ss.; Men's Military Lace, oxtr lualit! 8s. 9d.; Ladies' French Calf Balmials, fratclass, 9s. 6Sd.; Ladies' Imported runelh, 7s. 6d.; Ladies' Kid Elastic-Sidi, Gs. Sd ; Ladies' Kid Elastid Sides, speally good quality, 10,. 6d.; Youths' Mitary lace, from 6s.; Girls' 10 to 13 Balmoin, 4s.JId.; Infaats' Boots, from ls. 3d. A othergoods equally cheap, being 25 to 30 l cent. below our previously low orices. Dh't forget the address, and roll up and securthe great bargains offered by the M-C.B.C'iBianch, Wilson-street, Horsham, We wo Ndirect the attention of bends of families a. therm to nossrs W. J. Kpiller and Compay'dn4 advertisesent. We have had a look over ttestablishmenas and are not surprised that they ?d be crowded with dolighted estomees. a s firm evidently believes in the old adage, "Ththose who sell the cheapest andrestr will sell tie lost, and, like the snowhall,g althe 'WDaated. TACANmCS for-Ladics and oGentlemen VBoar?D.-Apply to Urs. :McBRyoe, .iePhersona eet, Rorsham. ANT .-BA OUNG MAN, one who his en accustomed to the Grocery business.?ply to D. OLeN?, Storekeeper, Wail. .. W[ý E D at. once "; Good Cook, S eneral Servants, Housemaids, and emaids for town and country. -Appl D. - l. BAIRD, BRegistry Office, Firebr Street. . V,? ]D. - MARRIED COUPLE, ble-bodied, no 'encnmbrance; man enpahl ith-horses and farm work goner allyfjhl *ages'requirV -and? end testi mony to ROBERT Is. PuNETc, Manager, Lon oog Model Farm... \'?NTED--Hore "and Bnulock Teams ¥H to cart Sleepers from the Glenelg to-lnilto.--- Good road for horses. App SEXTON BROS., Green Park," Hor iNTED KNOWN-That THOMAS YOUNG, Plain and Ornamental Pain Paperhanger, etc., etc., etc., has just eivet a large' STOCK of. choice PAPIIJANGINGS," which' 'he is now oellinRt IEDUCED PRICES. Sign-writing, Graig, and every branch of the trade, exectl in the hbet possible style; Venetian Blind e.painted and taped. Experienced tradesn sent to all parts of the district. Specuittention called to his patent Bug and tin Destroyer, guaranteed to rid the nt infested house after one appli cation.Note the address-Opposite Bank of Vieia, FInEBRACE-STRcET HoeRs?as .For Sale or To Let. FOlALE-Good hay chaff. Wholesale dretail at reasonable rates. Paddking for borses or bullocks, well fenced id watered.-Apply to JOSEPH FECHLEB, Commercial Hotel. OR 1LKE-320 Acres LAND (plains), F I}ell West . (late . Ferry's),-J. -LANOLA S. iOR ALE-Stripper and winnower; F' ch ; good terms.-Apply to D. W. MCDONAl, Noradjnha. Tdhe Sold Privately LIMPROVED FARM,'on the N on Creek, containing about 320 ures ; a ttl40 ares of growing crop can be taken at uation,. Apply J.. FLEMxo, on the gro For partiul apply YoPxo `Baos.or a ra & Co., Horbam. "rW V PAPIER .OR MALE . a
Tenders. ? Teniders. 1OR Soooping, or otherwise removing, 1 ' about 1000 yards of earth, reoturnahie 3 e 31st IDecember. :Fll particulars apply MANAGER Horsham BriekCo., Gordon Park. IENDERS will be received by the Bee-: retary, Council of Agricultural Educe. Lion. Public Offices, Melbourne, on or before MONDAY, 23rd January, 1888, for the ERECTION of BUILDINGS for an Agri. coltural College on the Longerenong Re serve, near Horsham, Plans and Specifica. tions may be seen at the office of the Secre tary for Agriculture, Melbourne, until 6th January next, after that date and until 18th 1 January, 1888,at the Survey Office, Ballarat, and subsequently at the Snrvey Office, Hor sham. ANDREW PLUMMER, Chairman, Council of Agriculture. Melbourne, 20th December, 1887. Longerenong Model Farm. T ENDERS required for POST and WIRE FENCING on above Farm. Specifica tions at office of this paper. Tenders are also required for ERECTION of FOUR-STALL STABLE on above Farm. Specifications at office of this paper: ROBERT L. PUDNEY, Manager. Lost and Found. Ten Shillings Reward. LOST from YOUNG BROS' Sale Yards Black cal Tan Slurt, leather collar round neck. My name scratched on plate. Anyone delivering same at coung Bros'.: office, or to Mr D. McRae, Tooso, wvill receive above reward. S. G. KNIGHT. - I Reward. L OST, a Brown MARE,well-bred,branded bar over H, near shoulder, and 45 on off ribs. Above paid for information' lead. ing to recovery of mae. W. HOOPER, Junr., Stawell. £1 lIeward. - OST from Natimuk-Brown draught LJ mare, blaze on face , both hind let locks white, branded 14 near shoulder, AM (conjoined) off shoulder; supposed to have gone towards Wonwoundab W. J. MAGILL. Ten Shillings Reward. S RAYED from Murra Warra, BROWN SMARE, Hack, blister mark on off i shoulder, branded Q over the blister, star on ,0 forehed. Infornmation to be sent to Mr 3 JAMES JACKo?o, hotelkeeper, Murra Warra. S . Lost, 3 'ROM Brim Springs, One Bay Draught 1 1: HORSE, branded A near eaonlder, and 8 scar or blotch near jaw, supposed to be 2 making towards South Australia or Rorsham. 7 £1 reward will be given for information that will lead to his recovery to W. CAMPBELLL, Brimpaen P.O., near Hursham.
£1 Reward. LOST from Murtoa on the 9th inst., a SDark Bay HORSE, blaakpoints; branded J near shoulder, unshod (racehorse). The above reward for such in:ormation as will le2d to his recovery. S - .. B. WALTER, S: Solicitor, Murtoa. . ' £2o" Reward TILL boe paid -to anyone who-;cold '. produce better beer than Seelig6r's Imperial Prize Beer; which tlhe uniderigar d sells at 3d per pint... . ; ... ... J.. . :ROSSBOTHAM, . -; C. . . Oriterion Hotel: S ' Anmunicements. S:Not . " tice. - ' ýWE beltnotif that on and after lst . . MJNUAW,18-IS ourc-uruS. will be in the Old Premises of the london Chartered Baik, Wileon-street. - ': . -'JAMES FRY & CO., Limited.'i Norajuha. E beg to inform onr Customers that Mr H. R. KRUGER is now acting as our WHEAT BUYER and AGENT for Sale of Flour, Oornsacks, &o., &c., at NOBAD JUHA. JAMES FRY & CO., Limited.'
Phoenix Fire: Jnsurance Com pany. M B P. ANDERSON has been appointed district agent for the above ]old established company. Insurances. effeoted at lowest rates. Notice.. ANY person found treenassing with Doge, Guns or Fbshing Tackle on the Veotie Estate will be proseeted. HECTOR A. WILSON,' Vectie, 22nd December 1887. S Pigs. Pigs. & number. of young pigs for sale. L. Inquire at the Clear Lake Post Office Notice, F ARMEBS inthe__surrounding districts .' are notified that a first-class Steam Threshing Machine, which obtained let Prize at the GrandNational Show, Horsham, will travel these districts.e Farmers are respect-, fully invited to see the work done before en gaging elsewhere, as an inspection will suf fice to convince of the superiority of the Machine and Management. H. LAING, Noradjuha, Messrs. W & J. Barnes, MARYVALE, BEG to notify to the Farmers of the Noradjuha and Horsham District that they are prepared to execute Threshing at still reduced prices. The Machine will be attended to by thoroughly efficient men. Orders left at Hir. Con. Curran's, Horsham, :and: Mr. H. R. Kruger's, Noradjuha, will be promptly attended to. PIANO TUNINGI.- -MR. ALFRED MAIDES Is now in Horsham. :\RDERS left at the White Hart Hotel L. will be promptly attended to. CABINET ORGANS Regulated and Repaired. A. OCIINTQG, B L ACKS M I T H, WHEELWRIGHT, he., FIREBRACE STREET, A. H. is now prepared to make strippers, lolugh?,?Wagons, usslnes, Carts, Lso., On the shortest possible notice, and on the Most Reasonable Terms. i E wishes to notify that he intense tode. iJ voteparticularattention to the making of Strippers with all the latest improvements having obtained several prizes and Lion. Mentio?eat ha-?orsham,- Dimboola, and Miirto Show sduring previous years, also prizes for Ploughs. ' Having added a Foundry to his ordinary business, and more-recently greatlyenlarged his premises, -. wishes customer to know tht theat t can have allkids castings made also stripper pinions, and brasses of all des criptons at the shortest possible notice E. JORY, Bookseller, Stationer, Fancy WHOLEBALE an.oBETAIL Fruit and Produce Dealer. NEWS AGNT'rrr Nit-P9qt . Natimk.
Looal govauermnt Notices. S HIRN OF -WIMMERA. Nonce is hereby. iven that the .oees of the Wimmera Shir Coeuncil will be'cloeed fromthe 23rd Day of December, 1087, to the 12th day of JanTary'IS188, both Inclusive, forthe ChrNtmina andNewer olidayse. By order of the Council, STUART BOLTON, Secretary. December 2th, 1087. SHIRE OF WIMMERA. THISTLES.-CAUTION TO OWNERS IAD OCCUPIERS OF LAND WITHIN THlE BOUNDARY OF THE SHIRE OF WINl MER. Norlce is hereby given that owners and oro copiers of land within the Shire who ahalll neglect to ERADICATE and DESTROY the Thistle, kn own a the BATHURST BURR, and all other Thistles founood growing on said land or upon halt ol any road adjacent thereto after this notce, will be proceeded against by the Shire Council. By Order of the Council, S STUART BOLTON, Secretary. Shire ale,N l HorshmE , tth May, 1888. SHIRE OFLOWAN Nocic is hereby given that all Corresa pondence and Accounts for payment must be delivered to the Shire Secretary before 11 o'clock a.m. on the day before the Monthly General Meeting of the Council, or the consiaeration of the said correspondence, etc., will be liable to postponement. By order, JAMES MUSSEN, Shire Secretary Shire Ball, Nhill. > z
SHIRE OF. LO.W4.AN:ý; TENDERS." : SEPARTE TENDERS are invited fo'r the. performance of each of the undermentioned, works, viz:-- .. ... East Riding. Contract No. 263.-Forming and metal ing about 8 chains Ballarook-road, near Wallice and Hyne's selections, parish Tarranginnie. West Riding. Contract No. 264.-Forming and d aining about 12 chains road by F. Forrest's, Yearinga. East Riding. Contract No. 246.-Grubbing and clearing about 414 chains road, from Thompson's selection south, to main-road, parish Y'nao a-ganac (re-advertised.) Contract No. 247.--Filling in crabholes, about 12 chains road between west corner J. Iron's to Lenard Holme's selections, Tarranginnie (re-advertised.) Contract No. 553.-Grubbing and clearing about 249 chains road from Murphy's to Northern Dam, parish of Yanac.a.yanac (re-advertised.) Contract No. 255.-Clearing stumps on the cleared line to Warraquil, from north R. Ridgwell's selection (re-advertised.) WVest Riding. Contract No. 265.-=-'Making 60 chains drains on the South' Lillimur and' Custon road,. parish Leeor. Contract No. 266.-Forming and draining 20 chains road, east and west, near J. Law son's, parish Litlimur, also fill in holes on road near Hendy's and Carter's. South Riding. Contract No. 267.-Forming and gravel. ing 15 chains of the Goroke and Harrow road, south of Goroke. Contract No. 26S.-Forming and gravel ling30 chains road, east of the State school, Gymbowen. East Riding. Contract No. 269.-Forming and kerbing footpaths, Victoria street, Nhill, -also chan nelling with concrete. The drawings, specifications, conditions of contract, and form, of tender, may be seen at the Shire Office, Nhill, during office hours from 2nd January to 13tl January, 1888. Also at Joseph andHarris' store, Lillimur, and Ettleson and Co's. store, Kaniva. Con .tracts:for South Riding, at T. Jelbart's store, Goroke. A preliminary deposit, amounting to 5 per cent., of the amount of lender,.to be enclosed with each tender, and a final deposit of 5 per cent;, to beopaid on accepted tender, and must be in either bank notes, bank draft, or niarkedl cheque.. , *'Tenders are to be delivered at the Shire Office, Nhill, not later than 10.15 am., on ý'tdd I.,lr.. _1 t'li.da?_naf..Tenary addressed under cover to the President, "Tender for Contract No." T"he lowest or pny tender not necessarily accepted. S By order, JAMES M1USSEN, .., Shire Secretary. ShireOf?ce,?'hill, Dec. 28th 1S87.
VICTOBIAN RAILWAYS. VECTIS EAST. On and after Friday, 6th January, Vectis East station, on the Noradjaha line, will be open for passengers, and light goods not re quiriog crane power or shed accommodation. No package must exceed 5cwt., and con. signees must take: delivery immediately on arrival. All goods received and despatched at owners' risk. Trains will stop when re quired to pick up and set down passengers. By order of the Commissionere, P. P. LABERTOUCHE, Secretary for Railways. IOC.T ORIAN RAILWAYS. Fresh Tenders are invited for the EREC. TION of SHEEP and CATTLE YARDS at Nhill Station. Partienlars at the Office of the Engineer for Existing Lines,,Spencer. street, and at Ballarat, Boreha.aand Nhill stations.. Preliminary deposit £10. Tenders, accompanied by the necessary preliminary, deposit, and endorsed: "Tender for Nliill Sheep, e., Yards," must be de. posited in the uender Box, Secretary's Office, Spencer -street; Melbourne, at or before Twelve o'clock noon of MONDAY, 9th January, 1888. No tender will necessarily be accepted. By order of the Commissioners, P. P. LABERTOUCHE, Secretary for Railways. IN The Insolvency Court at Horsham. NOTICE is hereby given that the Estate of GEORGE BANNISTER, of War racknabeal, in the Colony of Victoria, Painter, has been' sequestrated, and that a General Meeting of Creditures in the said Estate will be holden at the Insolvency Court Offices at Horsham on FRIDAY the sixth day of January, A.D. 1888, at the hour of Half-past Ten o'clock in the forenoon, for the Election of Trustees and for the other purposes gientioned in the 53rd section of the Insolvency Statute 1871.. Dated at Horsham this 21st day of De cember, A.D. 1857. G. C. MORRISON, Chief Clerk. Department of Public Works, : Melbourne, 22nd December, 1877. TENDERS will be received, subject to the conditions of tendering, for New Brick School-room and converting present School-room into Residence at State School, No. 1331, Warracknabeal, until Twelve o'clock on THURSDAY, 26th January. Particulars may be learnt at this office, and at the Police Station Warracknabeal, until Friday, 13th January ;after that date at Police Station, Horsham, until Friday, 20th January, then upon application to Dis trict Inspector of Buildings, Ballarat. The amount of. the preliminary, deposit to accompany the Tender is £15, and th# amount of the deposit as cash security for the due performance of the contract is 5 per cent. The Board of Lind and Works will not necessarily accept the lowest or any Tender. JOHN NIMMIO. Commissioner of Public Works. MILLING NOTICE. Wimmera Flour Mills, H ORS KHAM. JTON GILLIES begs to:notify to the i famrs idh general'piblia tht'he hes RESUMED the. Milling Boeness, *and is peprd to buy i.at corrmnt market -esadlto gorest. a of.d-w.a .p? t Dbi'aadt n*.Ju w.:
christma 1887 i'? W & J.& THOMSON. have pleasure. Is S. announcing thatthey are now land. ing their Ohristmas Goods, il of which will be found to be of the beat known brands procurable. . SWALLOW & AITELL'S lib CANTER BURY CAKES (Plain, Seed, and _rnit.) JUBILEBE CAKES (beautifully got up with Chocolate Icing and Ioncribed.) CHRISTMAS CAKES (also Ornamented and Inscribed.) Cordials BEST RASPBERRY VINEGAR, LIIE JUICE, LIME JUICE CORDIAL, LEMON SYRUP. Dried Fruite. CoRnerTB, ReISLrs, SULTANAS, MUSen TEaL?S, FaIGS FRExsC PLUMS, &C. We have this year made the above lines a specialty; having bought in the Best Mar c ket our Customere may rely upon having the Beet Fruit obtainable, and very clean, which is a great consideration in buying Fruit. Crese and Blackwell's Pickles, Sauces, Jams and table delicacies in great variety. Oadbury's Cocoa Essence in tins and s packets. n Stirling's Malted Cocoa in .lb tins (an ordinary cnp contains more of the active g properties of malt than a pint of the best ale or porter.) . . Schweitzer's Cocoatina. Corned and Luncheon Beef, Sheep's Tongues, and all kinds of Italian Goods too w numerous to mention always on atock. 1. We respectfully solicit your patronage. 1 W. & J. THOMSON, Union Store, Horsham. ,
IRONMIONGERY. We have all descriptions of Ironmongery to sell at a very small margin above cost price. IMPORTANT TO. LADIES . At the special request of the Ladies of Horsham, and recognising the fact that a First-class Dressmaker is urgently required in Horsham, we have much pleasure in announcing that we have been fortunate in secoring the services of -Miss HALL, an experienced artiste, who for nine years was in the employment of the two leading metropolitan firms of Messrs Buckley a Nunn, and Robertson & Moffat. Our Lady patrons may therefore rely upon us turning out all garments in a Fashionable Style and Manner, quite equal to any Melbourne house, and far surpassing anything hitherto attempted in this town and district. With every confidence-we respectfully invite you to give us your orders, and we feel assured you will be highly delighted with the satisfaction given. MILLINEBY. Special attention is directed to our Mill lenery Departments; Goode well and care fully bought. French Millinery, tip top fashion and very stylish 'Study to pleasa - CLOTHING. Men's, Youths' and Boys' Clothing of the beet cut and quality. Clothing made to order-fit guaranteed. '--] OOTS-L ND SHOES - Ef every description and by the best English and Colonial makers. - As we wish to encourage and cultivate ready-money trade, we are allowing extraordinary -?g Discout - or Cash. . - ION R lig'j ,I?H . aAM , .-. ..*.i a, ?"} ;TO S ,? "_>.