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The racehorse Diwroo (Warroo- |

Dtmure) lias been purcliaaed by Mr. J. i Noonuv of; Heifer Station, the pricc ? paid ieLnp lfiD guineaa. ~

Mr H.Rushby. of .Mudgee. was this    

week called to Wellington, on account of the

serous illness of his daughter,

Mrs E Bissel.

"I always . take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy whenever I have a cold," writes Mrs. A, Preston, 51 King William-street, Fitzroy, Vic. "I first took it when I bad an attack of in fluenza, and I sot relief at once. Now I always keep a bottle in the house, and never lose an opportunity to re commend it to others. I know dozens of people who look on Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as a part of their house hold effects." Sold everywhere and by J. G. Brown, Dubbo."

UNIOLA

PLAYER-PIANO

is specially built to supply a' long:-felt want a cheap, good, reliable player piano.

This fine instrument, whilst enabling: YOU to play thousands of pieces of music by means of our music rolls, can be played by hand* in the ordinary way.

Please write to-day for Catalogue and Art Book, let describing It-they are post tree.

888 GEOBGE ST., SYDNEY.

and at JfEWGAOTLE, IIS MORE, tc.

Wanted, For Sale, To Let, &c.

W: are CASH BUYERS of FBB8H

EGGS in any quantity. COB

DATO BBOB., Macqnarie-street,

WANTED.-MEN to CLEAR about

60 ACRES. Apply W. J.

DOYLE, Bushy Park.

WANTED.-Chinese - Cook, 60s;

English Cook, 50s; Cook, 20a;

Waitress, 16s; also Generals, 20s to 25s; 2 Housekeepers (two adults), 15s. Boar dand Residence. Rooms to Let.

WADE'S, Dubbo.

WANTED-MAN with few Dogs

to keep rabbits down on dug

out country. Wages, 25s per week. Permanent job to suitable man. Apply through CADELL & CO.

CONTRACTORS wanted to DIG

OUT BABBITS over an area of

2000 acres, approximately. MeGEATH BROS., Bawsonville.

V* ACANOIES for THREE BOARD

EES. Apply "LIBERAL"

OFFICE.

ACANOIES FOB BOARDERS.

MRS. FANNING, "Minna

murra," Brisbane-street. _

IjlOR SALE.-TIP DRAY, no further

. use; cheap. Apply II. ED

WARDS, Butcher.

FOR 8ALE.-300 BAGS or SEED

?WHEAT, Marshall 'e No. 3-for

early and mid-season sowing. Apply 0. MUMFORD, Mogriguy.

SALESMEN and COLLECTORS re

quired for Town and Country

Districts. Salary, Selling and Collect ing Commissions payable to good Re liable Agents. Applicants may apply personally or by letter. References required. SINGER SEWING MA CHINE CO., Talbragar-street, Dubbo.

FOR SALE.-600 BAGS OF SEED

WHEAT-Federation, Bobs and

Bunyip-clean and free from oats, smut, etc. Orders must be in and wheat lifted on.or before 10th March. Price, 3s 4d per bushel. A. K. CAM ERON, Coboco, via Dubbd.

~ CAUTION.

ANYONE found TRESPASSING br

SHOOTING on LACBY'B PRO PERTY. Warrie Flat, will be Prosecu ted without respect to persons.

H. LACEY, Sent.

Building Material for Sale

TTTILL sell by auction on the VV Gronnd, Wlngrewarra-«treet, op

posite Sports Ground, on

Saturday, March 14,

At 13 o'clock noon,

A QUANTITY OF SECOND-HAND

IRON, TIMBER, BRIOK0, ftc.

. These buildings have been carefully taken down, and the material it in $ogd«4w.

iNtfibeH'aMt, Comobetla, c

a?OB^AIiis~PAEM of 776 ACRES,

J? mil «,p" 8 iiBdaotHu, 360 «ares out ttvated, -tooi dwuse i>t 4 rooms. «tore undouthoiiaea, fl miles from Geurie, .rrontagese Sutcnen 'b Greek, ajwu-yu plenty of water. Price, £4 10B ."per; *cro-terms.. vApplf

B. LEIGHTON.

Comobella.

lo^inttra,lp,:

fflENDEBS we invited for PAINT iL TNG and RENOVATIONS to the PROTESTANT HALL; Church-street, Dubbo. Specifications and full pai" ticulare may' be obtained from the un-. dersigned, to whom tenders are to be forwarded on or before Wednesday!

11th tnst, at noon. I

A. J. P. WATSON,

Architect, Brisbane-street, Dubbo^

tn-vernineDt AdyfertiBemente

* Department of Lands, .. Sydney, 11th February, 1914.

ATTENTION is directed to a Notice

in the "Government Gaeette" of 11th February, 1914, calling for TENDER& for a SPECIAL LEASE, to be lodged at Department of - Lands, Sydney, not later than 3 p.m. on Wed nesday, 18th March,* 1914-Parish Collie, County Ewenmar, Shire Mar tliaguy, with T.S.R. No. 1080; area

about 100 acres.

ARTHUR J. HARE,

Sal 00 Under-Secretary. .;

Department of -Public Works, j

Dubbo, 21st February, 1934.

TENDERS, addressed to the Clerk of

Petty Sessions at Dubbo, and

endorsed "Tender for Emmagool School Erection," will bo received up to noon on Monday, the 16th March, 1914, for Contract 42 13/14, EMMA GOOL PUBLIC SCHOOL, NEW BUILDING. PlanB and specifications are to be seen, and forms of tender obtained, at the Public School, Emma go ol, and District Works, Office,

Dubbo.

SYD. M. CUMMINS,

District Works Officer.

Department of Public Works,

4th March, 1914.

FRESH TENDERS addressed to the

Clerk ot Petty Sessions at Dubbo,

and endorsed "Tender for Dubbo Court House," will be received up to noon on Monday, the 16tb March, 1914, for:-Contract 26/13-14, DUBBO COURT HOUSE, ASPHALTING, etc. Plans and Specifications are to be seen and forma of tender obtained at the Court House, Dubbo, and District Works Office, Dubbo.

SYD. M. CUMMINS,

District Works Officer.

Department of Public Works.

. 3rd March, 1914.

FRESH TENDERS addressed to the

Clerk of Petty Sessions at Dubbo,

and endorsed "Tender for Well Ex cavation," will be received up to noon on Monday, the 23rd March, 1914, for: Contract 36/13-14, LINCOLN WELL, DEADMAN'S CREEK, Dubbo to Mun dooran Road. Plans and Specifica tions are to be seen and forms of ten der obtained at the Court Houses at Mundooran and Gilgandra, and Dis trict Works Omce, Dubbo.

SYD. M. CUMMINS,

District Works Officer. Department of Public Works,

3rd March, 1914.

TENDERS addressed to the Clerk of

Petty Sessions at Dubbo, and en

dorsed "Tenders for Baker's Swamp School," will be received up to noon on Monday, the 23rd March, 1914, for: Contract 43/13-14, BAKER'S SWAMP PUBLIC SCHOOL-New School and Alterations to Residence. Plans and Specifications are to be seen and forms of tender obtained at the Public School Baker's Swamp, and District Works Office, Dabbo.

SYD. M. CUMMINS,

District Works Officer.

Department of Lands,

Sydney, 3rd March, 1914. LAND FOR OROWN LEASE.

THE following area will be, avail

able on and after 30th March,

1914:-Dubbo Land District, one block of 280 acres, 1J miles from Tomlngley, parish Gundong, county Narrominc. Capital value tor first period of 15 years, including Crown improvements, £700; Annual Rent for first period of 15 years, £8 15s; Survey Fee, £7 10s. All applications for Crowu Lease lod ged by tjie applicant in person, or his agent in person duly authorised in writing, and all applications in posted letters received by the Land Agent at any time on the 30th March, or at any time between the 30th March and the 4th April inclusive, shall, where con flicting, together be deemed to be and to have been lodged with such Land Agent simultaneously on the 30th March, 1914.

ARTHUR J. HARE,

5al08^^^^^^^^Under-Secretwry.

MONSTER

CLEARING SALE

Bedford, Taylor and Weston

LIMITED,

HAVE been favored with ibs tractions from

MR. P. WILLIAMS, fu.NR., to sell

by Public Aucton at

Woodlands

ON

Wednesday, ttareh 11,

At io o'clock sharp.

60 Champion Horses

4000 Grand Store Sheep

100 Mixed Fat and

Store Cattle

60 Champion Horses

Comprising 40 Picked Workers (3 to 7 yeaJS old), also Clydesdale mares and fillies (prize-takers), also 2 Good' Leaders, Saddle and Harness Horses, and l'onies, 1 Trolling Colt by Almont, I Trotting Filly by Almont from Huon Junior mare (brother and sister).

4000 Store Sheep

Comprising 1400 Lincoln Crossbred:, three quarter bred Lincolns, one mark, as dropped,

balance Ewes and Crossbred Merir.o Weaners.

100 Mixed Fat & Store Catte Hachifierj.&c.

One 8-ton .tVaggon, 2 j-furroiv S«nrise Di$c Plougfis, 2 5-furrow .Mould board Shearer Ploughs, 6-furrov, McKay Monld "bo^rd Plough, id-furrow Twin Cultivators, a _Sets tlf-feet Harrows, 3 Harvesters (nearly new), t Massey-Hartis Reaper Thresher (nearly new), 3 Scoops, Bellows and Anvil, Mauey-Harris Cultivator, 2 Massey-Harris Binders, Poison C*rt, Bug gies, Spring Drays, &f. .

Harness*"

14 Sets Team Harness, 30 Sets Plough Hamas, Shaft, Spring Out and Bgggy

Harness.

Hundreds of other -Articles too numerous to mention.

fconebeon Provided.

Sale Starts at 10 o'clock sharp at " Wood lands/' 14 miles from Geurie.

For further particulars apply to the Agents, BEDFORD, TAYLOR & WESTON, LTD,

Auctioneers, Wellington.

For All Kinds of Harness, Collars and Chains

$ulkies, Buggies, Etc.;* lite., Call at

This Week's Programme ?

Remoaate and Oddments At the IDEAL STORES,

St .

We have juat completed a most successful Sale, and,'as usual, there are always a lot of Short iSnds and Odd Lines, which must be cleared BEGAUDLESS OF COST.

Tlie Balance of our SUMMER DRESS MATERIALS will still be sold at the SPECIAL-SALE PRICES. A few only Ladies' Cos tumes to clear at half-price. The balance our Millinery, etc., at half-price.

Heaps of EEMNANTS and Short Ends, all correctly measured and marked, at give-away prices. See them, and you will buy. They are a cheap lot, and won't last long.

Also the Balance of our Men's and Boys' SUMMEB CLOTHING at COST PBICE. ' Now is your Chance. Grasp itl

Tripp & Henderson

The " I deal" Store, Talbragar-street

TELEPHONE 177. P.O. BOX 77..

PUBLIC NOTICE.

HAVING relinquished business I

wish to thank the public .gener

ally lor their generous support. I might also mention that MB. ARTHUR SAMUELS, who has been in my em ploy for the past nine years, has open ed a Produce Business in Talbragar Btreet, opposite Marcus Clark's, and is duly authorised to collect all accounts due to me. His receipt will be suffi cient discharge.

J. C. HASLEB.

PUBLIC NOTICE.

I THE UNDERSIGNED, desire to

9 thank my patrons for past pat

ronage, and also to intimate that MB. A. H. BROWN has purchased the busi ness lately carried on by me in Tal bragar-atreet. I respectfully ask for' a continuance of support for my

successor.

J. C. HASLEB.

£10 Reward.

THE Management of the EMPIRE

PICTURES offer the above sum

for Information that will lead to the conviction of the person or persons who wilfully damaged our New Engine on the Sports Ground on Tuesday Evening, March 3rd.

CLrABENCE R. TAYLOR.

Manager.

Dubbo Produce Store.

MACQUABIE STREET.

W. Wiikie, Jun.,

BEOS to inform the general public

that be is opening on MONDAY,

MARCH 9,

A WOOL, SHIN1 AND PBODUOE

STOKE.

The Highest Cash Price Given. Nothing but the best will be stocked.

A TRIAL SOLICITED.

NOTE THE ADDRESS.-Opposite JjES. GAENSEY'S HAIBDKE88ING SALOON.

The Greatest Film Story of 1914

Can only be Seen at the

Monarch "fiz.

PLACE FOE BIO ATTRACTIONS.

To-Night (FRIDAY) we have much pleasure in presenting, for the first time on the picture screen of Australia SIR J. FORBES ROBERTSON, England's Greatest Actor, ably supported by MISS GERTRUDE ELLIOTT in a 6oooft. production or the Im mortal Bard's Sublime Tragedy

HAMLET

The most Remarkable Film Froduction ever

accomplished, taking two hours to show. Also, PATHE'S Latest English Gazette.

MONDAY NEXT -A new copy of Spencer's Greatest Success

*»- The Fatal Wedding.

The Great Children's Scene, in 3 acts, in troduces 100 Australian Children in the Fa mous TIN-CAN BAND. Featuring LOTTIE LYALL and RAYMOND LONGFORD.

BE WISE AND GO EARLY.

ONE NIGHT ONLY.

6d. The Prices are as Usual Is.

Pictures.

Sports Ground Ever}' Evening, Weather Per

miuing, otherwise Empire Hall,

FRIDAY'S I'athc Exclusive Star

" Wiffles Hie Mother's Darling,"

^he mqst Laughable Comedy ever produced

in Two Acts.

WQQDS and LAKES ok VINCENNES

300ft. Soenlc.

AUSTRALIAN GAZETTE-joaft. Topical

SATURDAY - THE TEST, a Vita

graph Popular Success, featuring Clare Kimball Young and Harry Northup. Magnificently acted, proving some men are cowards. It also proves that true love conqueit all things.

Another molt Expensive Star coming on MONDAY - SAPHO, in Sir Reels. Magnificent reproduction or the most popular play of the century. Presenting Miss Florence Roberts as Sapho. 300 Scenes..

" It is perhaps eminently fitting that this should be dedicated to yputli in recognition of the important lesson that it teaches, but if 1 liad my way I would strike a little deeper, and commend 'Sapho' to* the attention of their

elders."

The Photo-Play with a Moral.

Cd. PRICES AS USUAL, is.

CLARENCE B. TAYLOB.

General Mansger.

Public Notice.

NOTHSE IS hereby given that at the

expiration of fourteen (14)

days from the date hereof, application will be made for the issue of NEW SCRIP for SHARES in PROTESTANT HALL CO., LTD., Dubbo, 50 shares, NOB. 1638 to 1687 inclusive, the scrip for which baa heen lost.

GEO. 'WALKER,

Secretary P.A.F.S. Society. Dubbo, 6th March, 1914.

100 Boys Wanted

For the Famous "TIN CAN BAND," to

play for

"The fatal Wedding"

On MONDAY NEXT.

Apply AT ONCE

G. D. ELLIS,

Managing Director,

MONARCH riCTURES, LTD.

Special Notice

ASK TOUR GROCER FOR

A. ?. 0. Lane's Soaps

The Cheapest and Most Economical on

the Market.

GOLD 8AVER BOAP (in wrapper* and

scented).

OEM BOAP (wrapped), special lines.

MAGIC SOAP, to boil in with clothes. No. 1 CROWN ft PRIMROSE SOAP,

for Kitchen and Station uses.

TALLOW BOUGHT FOB CASH, OR

EXCHANGED FOR SOAP.

A C. 0. LANE,

Proprietor, Orange.

The Associated Board

OF THE

Royal Academy of Music and Royal

?fioHege of Music

Or LONDON, ENGLAND,

FOR

LOCAL EXAMINATIONS IN MUSIC.

Patron: His Majesty the King.

Next Theory Examination, Saturday, May 30th, 1914. Entries close May 1.

Practical Examination about Septern

| ber. Entries close July 1st.

The scope and standard of the Exa minations are similar with regard to musical education to those of the Ox ford and Cambridge local examinations in connection with general education.

For syllabus, entrance forms, etc., apply to

A. D. BOOTH, SoUcitor,

Hon. Local Representative.

Important Notice.

Owing to a Clash with other Salci

T. M. SHERIFF

W Will now conduct Mr. 1\ MOORE'S

("MAYKIELD") Sale, Ijetwecn Como bella'and Jlodangora, on

Tuesday, March 10, 1914

At 10 a m.

Included in the Sale will be

30 Head Draught and Light

Horses

60 Tons of Wheaten Hay

10 Head Mixed Cattle (10)

Big Chaff-cutting Plant (com

plete)

Brush Motor Car (in perfect

order)

Machinery, Furniture, Waggons,

Drays, Harness, &c.

Note Time, Date, and Place of Sale.

Luncheon Provided.

NO RESERVE, «« Mr hs. leased his Farm, and intends residing i;i Sydney

That's Just It!

Saturday Horning at 11.30, nod not a Moment Earlier!!

IHE BALANCE of -our Remnants of Everything

/left over from our Sale and Summer Season 'wIL be spread out on ^ulr BARGAIN

TABLES and Sold at ;.. v.:K:

Half-marked Prices!

Chances like this are " few and far between," like "Angels* Visits." Be one of the EARLY BIRDS on Saturday.

Telephone 87, P.O. Box 16.

41 The Bee-Hive,1'' lacquarie-st., Dabbk

'Special Values This Week.

In Ladies' Skirts and Blouses.

Black Sicilian Skirts, 4/6, 6/11, 7/6, 8/11, and 9/6 Navy Sicilian Skirts, 6/11, 7/6, 8/11, 9/6

Ladies' White and Cream Silk Blouses, 6/11, 7/6, 8/6, 10/6, 11/6 White Muslin Blouses, 1/11, 2/11, 3/11, 4/11, 5/11, 6/11

See the Window for the Lines Advertised

The Up-to-date Draper & Men's Outfitter

THE SHOP FOB BA&GAXKS,

TAliBBAOAB ST.

. jta* Em mi." Our Welcome News

for Hen!

SPECIAL BARGAINS

In Panama and Felt Rats

Fashion Shirts.

Several Lines in BOOTS.

This is certainly welcome news to every Customer of ours - to every man who knows from experience wh»t Splendid Value in smart up-to-date Men's Wear we Btock.

See our Window Display, and you will be

convinoed,

. . .

Where the Good Hats'Are. Ernie Paravicini,

Hen's Outfitter, DUBBO

801 46. : MS3HI 'PMOMtrieO.

FORD Touring Oar, only J3210. Tow"6

SOLE AGENTS FOB DUBBO

TOOSE, HAWKE & HARQRAVB.

A Single-Seater Will Cost You Only '£190.

SEND FOR CATALOGUES and all Particulars to

Toose, Hawke and Hargrave, ^0r£lca^eTIb!>or

FOE SALE.-STRONG SPRING

CAST. £6 10s: also 8 GOOD DOUBLE-SEATED BUGGIES. At CECIL TOOSE'S Vehicle Exchange.

BRAY & PAHV,

- The Tailoring Specialists. -

*

JUST OPENED a NEW RANGE of SUITINGS from £4 4s.

The latest American Cut in Twesde or English Worsteds from £4 it tu

£5 5B.

OUR OOATS are built to rgtain their shape throughout wear.

We guarantee a perfect fit and latest

cut.

NOTE ADDRESS

NEXT DOOR TO FISOHBB'S JEWEL

LERY ESTABLISHMENT,

MACQUARIE STREET, DUBBO.

FOB SALE.-Three Light SINGLE

SEATED BUGGIES, with lamps,

hoods and brakes. At CECIL

TOOSE'S.

NEW COTTAGE FOE SALE, oppo

site the Park, Newtown. Full

accommodation. Particulars E. T. HILL. , j

12,000 SHEEP 12,000

oRANae.

Thursday, March 12th, 1914,

At 11 o'clock.

J. 8.I.eeds and Co.

WILL eell by public auction at the

Corporation Kaleyards, Orange,

on

THURSDAY, MARCH 12th, 1911,

At 11 o 'clock,

On account of E. Joucb, Oiley; Cookie and ftrossler, Orange Tree: F. A. Webb, Sterling; J. Martvn. Pentreath; J. L. King,. Cudal; W. C. bowman, Derowie

12,000 Choice Store Sheep,

Including

9000 CHOICE CROB8BREDS, from

Weanore to 4-tooth.

4000 CHOICE EWES & WETHERS,

extra good.

3000 CHOICE 8EPTEMBEB-SHOBN

WETHERS.

3000 MIXED STORE SHEEP.

The above are a very eho ee lot of sheep, oqd wUl be sold to the highest bidder. They ar* mostly forward to tat, and shorn Beptembcr-OctoliiT.

J. 8. LEEDS & CO.,

Or&p ge.

NOTE SALE DAY

THTOSDAY, MABOB 12, 1914.

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Macquarie Publications Pty. Limited and the Armati Family
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