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Situations Vacant, Wanted.

•Advertisements ofl6 words ttttder Ms heading are

lev..;' inserted once for SIXPENCE Cash, and six fry times fir HALF-A-CROWNCash. '

A-—Blair's, Market-square—Farm Man. £l;

Latis, 12/6, employer 10 a.m.: Married Couple, £70; Housekeepers, middle-aged Woman,

Grooms. Useful Man, Waitress, 20 Gens. { A LLPRESS'S, Molli«3n-st. (tel. 420).—

Brnjkl.'.yer, -Blacksmith, Lad, . ctation; Married' Couple, Cook, Hou-emaid. together ; Housemaid, hotel, Rochester; Ivifcrhenmaids. -

; A T Mrs. M'Kay's,. 193 Forcst-st.—E;pe:i\x=req-\ -tX .. cricec! Housemaid, Laundress, Wcdd<jv burn, 15/; good Cook', Eehuea. £1; staid General, , good home, .country, ■ 12/; Generals,. i A T Miss Bueban's.—Laundress, 15/. Wed\x=req-\

*• ilerburn; Useful, waiting engagement\x=req-\

EOT, smart for factory. Hartley Bros., Mitchell-st.

'

ERIGGS'S, opp. St. Paul's.—Cock, £i;

- Waitress. House Laundress, 15/, ■ sair.o

place; two Scoop Drivers, 7/.; Iutohenroaicl, Bov. 9/. one cow. . '

CANVASSERS tor sewing machines, jsaiary

and commission. 189 View-st.

CARPENTER, good. , New Boot, Shoo arid

Leather Factory, Hopetouu-st. II.

Johns- ' '

£JIYY 01" . BENDIGp

; "Applications from Qualified Persons wilt ba received up. to. ..noon, on Thursday, .the 2i)th September, for the position of SURVEYOR to'the Cityof" Bendigo, at a salnry of-.£400

per annum. ...

'Applicants must state age, experience. qualifications,

and, forward copies of testimonial;!, 'addressed .to the- -Town Oljsrk, and endorsed "Application ; for tho position of City Surveyor:" ■ Particulars on ^application at the Town Hali,

Bendigo ■

' w. honetbone,

- Town Clerk. 1 .Town- Hall, Bendigo,

16th • September, 1910

GIRL, useful, domesticated,- for' 'country';

• pood -wages. Mrs. T.- Hayes. ' Burne\x=req-\

•wang, -EUnorc. ...... -

£*OOD reliable Lad, able -milk preferred. -G.

SomerVille, Maiden Gully.

o

"S/TAN. . for stable. ■ james . Richardson, JSJL'.. Eureka Cash . Store, Pall Mall.

"NJTIRSE Grigg ... is prepared... to. ReceiveI

Patients at her house. Midwifery and | other cases. 270 Qucen-st. Bendigo.

LD Man, to look, after slaughteryard .7

Cork, butcher. Long Gully. '

PIANIST, lady or ; gentleman;. ^ood . wages.

Blue Ball Hotel.

SMART Girl. Favaioro Bros, Athens Cafe,

View-st., 11.30.

QTRONG Boy, assist bakehouse,. noar. .Ber.

k3; digo; some experience preferred. Apply "Baker," o/o W.. Jeffrey, Bridgc-st., Bendigo

STRONG Girl, accustomed to cooking. Mrs

• pre-lis, Newmarket Hotel ' - ■

TIDY young. Girl, to assist housework, sleep

home. Apply ovenings, 9S Shorr-st.

-^JSEFUL " Girl, ". light plaoc. -67 Chaps

"V^OUNG ;Man, ■ steady, holding good refer-1

. enccs,- wants position driving taker's | cart. Alljpress's Registry Office, Mollison-st.

ENTLEMEN'S Suits to Order. First\x=req-\

class Workmanship. W. Heard, tailor, |

Mitchell-st., two. doors from King-st.

(J<HORT . STORIES wanted . for publication I IO- in the ''Bendigonian Annual." - to be is- |

sued in November. Competition .Closes Monday,

19th ' instant. See particulars in tl is ]

issue.

. A FACT1—Bondigo'a Prettiest Girla get |

Photographed by Vincent Kelly, Ben\x=req-\ digo's Best Photographer. You" can't do bet'

tor. One trial will convince.

I A RIGHT R-oyal Railway Picnio Sao Suit, I

30/. 35/. 42/. Order nov/. "Regal"

Tailoring Co., Mitoheil st. ■

i A — SECONDHAND Furniture Bought, i ^1-. Highest price given. Letters promptly attended to. Strictly confidential. P. Tavonorj upholsterer. City Market.

• AN Old Bronchitis Sufterer says:—"I've |

tried them all, but Bron-Kold made |

short work of my attack."

Only from W. L. WILLIAMS. Chymks. : Har greaves-street. Price, 2/.

AT the View Point Butchery, Eaglehawk.\x=req-\

. Primest Meat, Choicest Small Goods. J

Country orders receive prompt attention. Compare prices and quality. J. IL Webster, the leading butcher.

BOOKS Bought, Sold. Exchanged; largest)

variety , sixpenny books Bendigo, price 4d ;

chanced. Id. Quinn. 211 Williamson-st.

BEES' Knees to You. I'm off to Wilkins

and Jones's for my Summer Suit. Busy B, Charing X.

EXELL for Bacon and Ham. Best Dairy\x=req-\

fed, at Astonishing Prices.

ALBERT- J. EXELL, Ready-Money Store.

VIEW-STREET,

Right opposite Firo Station.

D. WATSON Ind JAMES |

.(CYRIL F. JAMES),

BARRISTER and SOLICITORS,

BULL-STREET. BENDIGO; Also Mildura.,

TRUST MONSTYS TO LEND.

HOW Docs Exell Sell so Cheap ?—Easy. I

Buys for Cash, Sells for . Cash. ' No I

Bad Debts.

OFF Goes Your Head and On Goes a But- j

ton.—Hats a treat, at the Busy B.

Wilkins and Jones, Charing X. "

PEDICULENE, the Best, for Cleaning Chil-j

dron's Heads. 1/. All chomista. Burn\x=req-\

lido and Co., Chemists, .Eaglehawk, proprietor*, j

RAILWAY Nie-pie Hats, Shirts and Tins.;

Seo them. Wilkins and Jones, Buov

Bee.

s

AY NotH-x#.—Leavj a Trial Ordo

Ex ell's Then Compare Prices

SPRING SHOW OF MILLINERY

At MISS HOWLETTS, I

VIEW-STREET.

New Designs in Art Needlework.

Live Stock Wanted 4 For Sale. |

Advertisements of 16 words under this heading are

inserted once for ONE SHILLING Cash, and six times for FIVE SHILLINGS Cash.

BROODY Hens (3) for Sale, Silver Wyandotte.

Ray Kidd, Thomas's store, Caii

fornin. Gully, .

"OOR Sale, nice Turnout. Pony, reliable; •T Harness and Piano. Box Buggv, lot £22. Mrs. F. Sannerna-n. "Fairmont," White Hills-rti. -JWT3WLY-CALVED Cow, good milker, quiot. X* R. Maenaughton, Sydney Flat.

TEJONY and Phaeton,. 13' hands. 14 years, suit-,

-KT lady, very quiet. 149 Carpenter-st., Qnarry Hill. ■

WANTED to. Buy, Hack, aged, from lb

to 16 hands. Sind address to "Huda,"

this paper.

EGGrt for Hatching.—Wliit-o Leghorns,

Black Orpingtons. Runnors and Buff

Ducks. Agency for all Poultry Requisites at Melbourne prices. B Mitchell, 183 Viow\x=req-\ rtreet, and Ro6edale Egg Farm, Kangaroo Flat.

mHE BEST OF ALL SO FAR IS X BRON-KQLD.

Tha Great New Remedy for Coughs, Colds

and Bronchitis. Only from

W. L. WILLIAMS. Chvmist, Hargreaves-«t.

»" ' » ■

Judicial and Law Notices.

. A FTER the expiration ol fourteen day.*>

from the publication hereof, Application will, be made to t'.e Supreme Court, of the State of Victoria, in tho Probate Jurisdiction thereof, that PROBATE of tho last WILL of DANIEL MADIGAN, late of Strathfieidsaye, in tho said State, farmer, deceased, may bo grr.nted to THOMAS NAPOLEON WOODWARD,

of View-street. Ber.digo, in thi- said State, solicitor, and JOHN MADIGAN, of Stvathfiekisaye aforesaid, :armer, the cxecutors named in the said will.

Dated this 16th day of September, 1909.

COHEN, KIRBY and WOODWARD, View\x=req-\ s.treet, Bendigo, prcetors for'the applicants.

.'TAMES HARRISON, Deceased.—After O fourteen days ..from-the publication here\x=req-\ of,-application will lx> made to the Supremo Court' of Victoria, that PROBATE of the will of JAMES HARRISON, late of Derby, in Victoria; farmer, deceased, may he granted to' LUivE WILLIAM HARRISON, of Derby, faimar, and GEORGE . FREDERICK. STEWART (in the' said will called Georgs Stb'v/art); of' Lock wood,- farmer, tho':"exueutor= appointed by tho said will;'*

FRED- DOUGLAS - JONES.; Solicitor, Ecu\x=req-\ diga :

Auctions.

AUCTION DIARY.

SEPTEMBER.

1/th.—At 3 p.m , at Arcade Hotel, Bendigo,

toehold property, King and Q„,.eri Greets.

M. Morar-. and Co

17th.—At 3 p.m., at Brady's Arcade Hotel,

four buud'ng sites in W?i]iamson-strect. Maur'co Moran and Co.

17th.*—At 3 o clock, at the rooms, Hargroaves\x=req-\

•street, 4 acres land. Mycr's Flat, dwelling,

etc. J. H. Ci;rno ac. „\IJohn

M Namara.

17th.'—At 3 o clock, at tho rooms Hargreav^s\x=req-\

street, cottage, California Gully. J K Curnow, ac Mrs. M.- Plant

20th.. At 12 o'clock, on tho property. Regina

d-street, Quarry Hill, brick and w.'b. villa. II. M. Marks and Co. ac. Miss

Aloore.

20th.—At 10.30 a.m., clearing sale artistic furniture.-ponies,

phaetons, etc., on the Premises.

Bona Vista, View Hill J H Cur. aoo. Mr. W. E. M'Kenzie.

20th.—At o.cQ p.m.. at 254 Mackenzie-st., corner

Ophir-st., comfortable 5-roomed (Hvol

ling. T. C. Watts, ac. Mr. W. T Hark\x=req-\

ncss.

^ " m" on Preni:ses, Muskerry. 275 acres, farm • implements, stock, etc.

90 7 L.,ats,°,n and Co~ ac- s T- Lamperd.

£<ina. 1 o clock, on the premises, "Floro\x=req-\

dora, King-street, household furnishes

„ ,r- ?• ac. Miss F. K. Clarke. °

r J,. 1 p.m., on the premises, Grassy

Flat, aloso to Strathfioldsaye road, furni\x=req-\

effects. J. }]. Curnow, ac.

r .Sandhurst, Trustees Co.

^rd. At 2 p.m., at Bridgewater. comfortable

r<rs-?eJ?ce aTK^ sale yards. John Watson _n ,and Co., ac. Mr. A. Kirk

30th.—At 12 noon, at Parkos, N.S.W., tender«

Bubdirision Nehmgsloo, Estate, Parkes

, Y' i oung Bros., Horsham: Todd an<j -Sons,. Trnndle and Parkes (N.S.W'.i;

J?d Sbaoicell, Whit© and Co., Ecbuca (auctioneers

m conjunction).

•30th. -At Boort, lease of 1042 acres .farming

and-grazing: property. John "Watson and Co., ac. Mr. "Walter Barclay,

; ■OCTOBER.

1st.—At 3 p.m., at Viotoria Hotel, Pall Mall,

city allotment, corner Hallam and Reginald streets. Quarry Hill. Howe and M'Colough,

ac. owner. ,

1st.- At- 2.30 p.m., at the Bendigo horso sale,

freehold land, on the main Axedale road

Spoucer, M'Kcan and Co., ae. Mr. J. ;

Stoyenson.

1st.—At. 3 a clock at 'their looms, publicans' 1

booths and other privileges for the Grand

_ ^ National Show. H. M. Marks and Co

oth.—A t Novvbtldgo. 172 aero - farm of River

Ifddon Flats. Win. Wallace and Co., ac.

Mr. Vinoent Pola.

in, the Shire Hall,. Swan iriill, subdivisional sale of 4200 acres nsax Swan Hil). W. S. Keasfc and John W. Gray and Co. (in conjunction). ac» Mr Z Burton. . '

8th.—At 3 p.m., on the premises, Skene-street

Kennmgton, next Cricket Ground, Svu\x=req-\ roomed house and freehold land. J T. and J. J. Garvin, ac. G. Bennetts.

26tii.—At InvoroII, N.S.W., subdivisional sale I

16,000 aorcs, Inverell Station. Messrs. W. H- Readclt and Borthwiek and Bice, In vorell (in conjuncftion).

THIS DAT. ~

FREDERICK THE GREAT GOLD MIN- I

& ING COMPANY No Liability.—Post\x=req-\

poned Sale,—.Notice.—The SALE of FORFEITED

SHARES by Thos. Morrow and Co.,

at Beehive Exchange, Bendigo, for non-pay- I ment of*the 22nd call of threepence per share '

advertised to take place on Saturday, 3rd Sept-ember,

1910, will be held on Saturday, irth September, 1910, at 4.30 o'clock p.m. G. A. Petrie. .manager, City Chambers, Bendigo.*

THIS DAY.

HUSTLER'S ROYAL RESERVE COM- I

PANY No. 2 No Liability.-^-Postnoij^d

Sale—Notice—ALL SHARES, from 1 to 32,000, 1 on which the 91st call of threepence -per shiu*a I (or any previous call) remains unpaid* \vdl (

bo sold by public auction, at the Beehive ; Exchange, Bendigo, on Saturday, l?th So*;- ! tcmbor, 1910, at 4.30 p.m., unless the call, with expenses, be previously paid to me. Henry i. North, manager (North and Stanfield, View Point, Bendigo).

THIS DAT.

T ONDONDERRY GOLD MINING COM\x=req-\

JLJ PANY No Liability.—Postponed Sale;—I Notice.—ALL SHARES, from 1 to 800, on which the 10«!nd call of ten shillings per '.inare (or any previous ca.ll) remains unpaid, will lie sold by public auction, at the Beehive Exchange,

Bendigo, . on Saturday, 17th Septem, I ber, 1910, at 4.30_p.m., unless the- call, with

expenses, be previously paid to mo. J. G ' Stanfield. manager (North and- Stanfield, View Point, Bendigo).

THIS DAY.

QT. MUNGO GOLD MINING COMPA-NY '•J No Liability.—Postponed Sale.—Notbe.— ALL SHARES, from 1 to 24,000, on whia'i tho 66th. call of sixpence per share (or any

previous call) remains unpaid, will be sold by i public auction a;t the Beehive Exchange, Ben\x=req-\ digo,'"on Saturday, 17th September, 1910, at 4.30 p.m., unless the call, with expenses, be previously paid to me.' Henry Y. Nortn,

manager (North and Stanfield, View Point'

Bendigo).- -

... THIS DAY.

npHE CORNISH UNITED MINING COM-®

PANY (Sandhurst) No Liability.—Post

poned Sale.—Notice—ALL SHARES, from 1 I to 800, on which the 94th call of ten shillings per share (or any previous call) remains unpaid,

will be sold by public auction, at tho Beehive Exchange, Bendigo, on Saturday, 17th September, 1910, at 4.30 p.m., unless the ca.'l. with oxpenses, be previously. paid to me. J G. Stanfield, manager (North and- Stanfield

View Point, Bendigo). '

THIS DAY. '

rjlIIE IRONBARK COMPANY No LiV i

J- lulity, 'Bendigo.—W. P. Beutley and Co. ' will soli by publio auction, at tho Victoria I Hotel, Bendigo, This day, at 4 o'clock p.m., ALL SHARES in the abovenamcd company which have become forfeited through non-pay. •ncnt of tho 81st call of sixpence per share.,

duo since, 10th August, 1910, unless previously I redcemod. No Postponement. Hy. Birch

manager. '

THIS DAY.

'TM-1E NEW ' CHUM CONSOLIDATED A COMPANY No Liabil'ty .-Notice

ALL SHARES, from 1 to 38,000, on which

tho 70th call of threepence per share (or any I previous call) remains unpaid, will be soid by public auction, at the Beehive Exchange, B^n

digo, on Saturday. 17th September, 19lri, "at I 4.30 p.m., unless tho call, with expenses he previously paid to mc. Henry Y. North

manager (North and Stanfield, 'View Point' Bendigo). '

THIS DAY.

T TOTTED HUSTLER'S AND REDAN ^ COiVIPANY No Liability, Bendigo.—W P. Bentloy and Co. will sell by public auction at tho Victoria Hotel, Bendigo, This Day'

at 4 o'olock p.m., ALL SHARES in the abovenamcd oompany which have become forfeited

through, non-payment of the 62nd .

of threepence per share, due sines 10th• Allans!..

1910, unless previously redeemed. IIv. Birch' managor. '

' THIS DAY. - •

TSTICTORY AND PANDORA AMALGA\x=req-\

V MATED COMPANY No Liability.— Postponed Sale —Notice—ALL SHAHES, from 1 to 36,920, on-which'the 87th call of tarea\x=req-\ pcnce per'share (or any previous call) remains unpaid, will be sold by public auction, at the Beebivo;Exchange, Bendigo, on Saturday, 17th September, 1910, at 4.30 i..m., unless the rail, with expenses,, be, previously paid to me. Henry Y. North, manager (North and Stanfield,.View Point, Bendigo). .

if CENTRAL NEW MOON GOLD MINING

CO MPANY No Liability.—Notice.— ALL SHARES on which the 15th call of twopence - per share remains unpaid are forfeited,

and w:ll be sold by Thos. Morrow and Co., at Beehivo Exchange. Bendhjo, on SatuT\x=req-\ day, 24th September, 1910, at 4.30 o'clock p.m., unless previously paid on. G. A. Petrie,

managers '

SATURDAY, 8th OCTOBER.

On the Premises, at 3 o'clock sharp, SKENE-STREET, KENNINGTON,

Next Cricket Ground.

MESSRS.. J. T. and 3. J. GARVIN have

been favored with instructions from

Mr. Geo- Bennetts to sell his Freehold Property,

comprising:—

One fine allotment of freehold land, having

a frontage of 66 feet by a depth of 151

■ feet.

The house is nearly new,. and contains five comfortable rooms.; Front rooms 19 by 12 and 14 by. 12;'dining room, 16 by 12; others 12 by 12; kitchen, bathroom, was'nhouse and vestibule, with a 5ft. passage. Walls ll^ft., cellar,

woodhouse, fowlhouse?, runs and pens. '

This is a substantial, well-situated property, and wo can confidently recommend an inspection.

' - •

Cards .to view from.auctioneers.

Auctions.

THIS DAY, at 2 p.m.

A LARGE SALE of CHOICE POT PLANTS.

J AS. ANDREW nnd 00 Auctioneers will

conduct an auction sale at their room*

of

LARGE COLLECTION of CHOICE POT

PLANTS, PALMS, FANCY FERNS. FLOWERING SHRUBS, cte., on at\x=req-\

osuni, of tho famous Enid Nursery of

Ivanhoo\x=req-\

Note.—This is a high-class collection; no

rubbish.

THIS DAY. : ~ At the Auct on Rooms, Iiargreaves-street,

.At Two o'clock.

J II CURNOW, under instructions from

• H. Keck, Esq., Bendigo Nurseries, will

sell: —

BEAUTIFUL PALMS, TABLE PALMS,

FERNS, DAPHNES, ORANGE and LEMON TREES, ROSES, C00TA\x=req-\ MUNDRA WATTLES, etc., all local

grown.

Tho whole or these magnificent plants, trees, |etc., will lie-on view 'TO-DAY.

THIS DAY.

At the Rooms, Hargreaves-street,

At Throe o'clock

NEARLY FOUR ACRES OF LAND

AT M VERS FLAT.

JH. CURNOW, instructed by Mr. John

• M'Naniara. who is leaving tho district,

will sell,

A good substantial sic-roomed G.B and W.B. Hou.se, stables, pigsty*, and outhouses, together with nearly four acres of first-class freehold land (quarter nora M.R.), wall fenced and subdivided.

To persons desiring a neat and complete home, with land suitable for a splendid poultry and pig farm, in a. convenient position, being within a.stono throw of Myers' Flat railway station, and only seven-miles from Bendigo.

THIS DAY. ~~~ " At tho Rooms, Hargreaves-street, at 3 p.m.

A SNUG COTTAGE in "WOOD-STREET,

CALIFORNIA GULLY. ■

JH. CURNOW, instructed by Mrs. M.

► Plant. wi![ sell.

A noat three-roomed w b. cottage, stove, good ■allotment of land (miner's right), fowl yards;

well fenced.

Miners and others desiring a ohoap little homo in a central position should inspect this

property.

Easy Terms.

TUESDAY, 20th SEPTEMBER,

On the Premisos, "BONA VISTA," VIEW

HILL, .

At 10.30 a.m. sharp.

HIGHLY IMPORTANT SALE

Of. all tho . ..

BEAUTIFUL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE.

FURNISHINGS and PLENISHINGS. '

Including- —

TWO SCHWECHTEN PIANOS, PIANOLA,

ORGAN by Mason and Hamlin.

COMBINATION ' BILLIARD and DINING

TABLE.

EXQUISITE FURNITURE for . DRAWING

ROOM, DINING and BEDROOMS.' of Beautiful Design, made to . order at great

cost. -

LOVELY CARPETS, PONY, PHAETON

and HARNESS.

PURE BRED SILVER WYAND0TTES,

(Manning strain).

CHOICE COLLECTION of POT PLANTS,

and SUNDRIES innumerable.

J II. CURNOW, instructed by W. K.

• M'Kenzio, Esq., who has sold "Bona

Vista" to Mr. V. Lansell, will sell as above.

Tho sale will commenoo promptly at 10.30 on Tuesday, and if not. concluded on that date will be continued on Wednesday morning.

At 1.30 on Tuesday tho Pony, Phaeton, Harness,

etc., will bo sold.

"Bona Vista" will be open for inspection on Monday, tho 19th inst., from 2 to 5 p.m.

Catalogues oro now ready, and may bo had on application to'-tho auctioneer.

J. H. CURNOW, Auctioneer.

FRIDAY NEXT, 23rd SEPTEMBER,

At 1 p.m.,

On tho Premisos, Grassy Flat, eloso to the

Strathfieldsaye road.

CLEARING SALE of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE

and EFFECTS.

In tho ESTATE of ELIZABETH SLEVIN,

Deceased.

By Order of tho SANDHURST AND NORTHERN

DISTRICT TRUSTEES. EXECUTORS

AND AGENCY CO LTL>. (J. I3 B. M'Quie, mr.nager).

J H. CURNOW will sell by auction

WALNUT DINING SUITE, upholstered in

leather: OCCASIONAL and DINING TABLES, Fenders and Irons, CARPETS, SIDEBOARDS, DINNER snd TEA SERVICES, VIENNA CHAIRS, Sundry Crockqry, three BEDSTEADS and BIDDING complete, Chest Drawers, Wardrobe,

Curtains and Poles. Dressing Tables, Kitchen Utensils and Furniture of all descriptions and sundries innumerable. Also TWO TANKS. 15 Fowls, 2 Goats, Firewood, etc.

MONDAY, 19th SEPTEMBER.

G. JACKSON and CO. will hold their • usual Sale by Auction of Hides, Skins,

Tallow, otc..

At THEIR STORES, M;Ivor road. On MONDAY, ISth SEPTEMBER,

At 11.30 o'clock a.m.

TUESDAY, 20th SEPTEMBER.. At 3.30 p.m., on the Property.

254 MACKENZIE-STREET WEST, corner

Ophir-street.

COMFORTABLE 5-ROOMED DWELLING,

LARGE BLOCK FREEHOLD LAND.

TC. WATTS has reoeived instructions to

• sell by auction tho freehold property

of Mr. W. T. Harkness, who has gono' to Broken Hill, comprising: —

Two Fine ALLOTMENTS, having a total

frontage of 104ft. by a depth of about 176ft., being part of Crown, allot. 3 an J 4, sec. 61B, City of Benriigo.

Tho HOUSE contains 5 comfortable, lofty

rooms, closely boarded. right to ceiling, anij papered, with all conveniences, bath, copper, troughs, verandah, fine asphalt yard.

This is a' desirable property, with ample room to erect another building at the side.

Particulars of title at Messrs. WATSON and JAMES, Bull-street.

THURSDAY, 22nd SEPTEMBER. j

At One o'clock, on the Premises,

"FL0R0D0RA," KING-STREET.

IMPORTANT CLEARING SALE.

MODERN HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS.

SUPERIOR PIANO (Zimmerman), FIRST\x=req-\ CLASS SINGER MACHINE, LADY'S BICYCLE

(Ilartlev Special, with Free Wheel), OVERMANTELS, WICKER SUITE, Music Canterbury, Whatnot, Oil Paintings Fender and Irons, Wioker Tables, Superior Curtains, Cream Linen Blinds, Jardinieres and Palms, Verv Handsome and Massive B. and N. DOUBLE BEDSTEAD, Wire Mattresses. Kapok

Bedding, PRETTY BEDROOM SUITE, Towel Rail, Duchesse Chest GOOD BOX COUCH, Withstand and Ware. FLORAL

PILE I-IALL^ CURTAINS (Specially Handsome),

Hall Carpet and Brass Plates, Passage Lino and Linos., Hall Lamp, Carpet Sweeper, Piano Stool, Folding Table, VELVET PILE TABLE COVER, Room Warmer. H.P. Folding Screen, Vienna Chairs. Glassware, Crockery,

Safe. Table, Kitchen Ut-onsMs NOVELTY WRINGER, PERFECTION COOKtNG STOVE (kerosene-gas), Garden IIoso (63ft.), and Sundries, FINE COLLECTION CHOICE

POT PLANTS. :

Tip, O WATTS is instructed by Miss F. E.

.L • Clarke..' who, having disposed of her property is relinquishing housekeeping, to sell as above, her almost new and up-to-date choice household furnishings.

Inspection Wednesday, 21st September, 3 to

5. '• ' I

Auctions. THIS DAY.

At Throe o'clock.

FOUR DESIRABLE BUILDING SITES IX

WILLI AMSON-ST KEET.

Maurice moran and co. (J. J; Driscoll,

auot.ior.eer) will sell by auction, on

tho above date, at Bradv's Aroado'NHotcl.

FOUR SPLENDID BUILDING SITES,

having cach a frontage of 33ft. by a depth of 165ft., in Williamson-street, being

allotments 22 and 23, section 113, within easy distance P.O., and for genuine sale, on easy terms.

For particulars, title, etc., apply

MAURICE MORAN and CO., "Williamson\x=req-\

street.

THIS DAT.

At Threo o'clock.

IMPORTANT AUCTION SALE

VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY

In ICING and QUEEN STREETS.

Maurice moran and co. (J. J. Dns\x=req-\

coll, auctioneer) are instructed to sell

by auction on the above dale, at Brady's Arcade Hotel, Ilargrcaves-strect,

Allotment 11. section 52C, having frontages

of 56ft. to King and Queen streets respectively,

depth 165ft. (more or le-v Facing King-street is erected a verv COMFORTABLE DWELLING, containing seven rooms (w.b. and brick), kitchen.

bathroom, washhouse, cellar, with stablo and feedhou^a. On the Qncon\x=req-\ street frontage is built a five-roomed w.b. cottage, with kitchen ind" bathro-im.

Tho houses aro ,'et to good tenants and tho situation oi the property is one of the best in tho city,' and trail worthy attention of investors, trustees and others.

Particulars title from Messrs. TATCHELL, DUNLOP. SMALLEY and BALMER, Solicitors.

Williamson-street; or the auctioneers. WEDNESDAY, 21st SEPTEMBER,

Oa the Property at

MUSICERRY,

- At One o'clock p.m.

FOR SALE, bv AUCTION,

£75 ACRES of CHOICE GRAZING and

CULTIVATION LAND,

STOCK IMPLEMENTS, ETC.:

JOHN WATSON and CO. have rece:vel.

instructions from; Mr. _ Samuel. T.

Lamperd to soli, as above, his Farm at Mus\x=req-\ kerry, containing

275. acres of choice agricultural and grazing

land.

Also at the - same time, the whole of his

stock,- implements, and sundries.

For full particulars see, ;ssue of 10th September.

Terms at Sale. .

For particulars as to title apply

QUICK, HYETT and RYMER,. Solicitors, Bull-street, Bendigo.

~~ FRIDAY. 23rd SEPTEMBER.

AT : BRIDGE WATER

FOR SALE BY AUCTION,

COMFORTABLE RESIDENCE AND

SALE YARDS.

JOHN WATSON and CO. have received instructions

from Mr. A. K:rk, who is i.ov.

residing in another part of the State, to sell by public auction,- as above, on the premiss at 2 p.m., his property; situated in Bridgewater,

as follows: ^

Ail that freehold land, situated in tho heart

of Br'dgewater;- and immediately opposite

tho railway . station, consisting ^of ■. allotment; 2a, 3a, 7a, 8a, 2b, 3b, 7e,

Sb, and 6, parish of Bridgewater. on v which is erected comfortable family residence

of 8 rooms, dairy and outbouses, ■ also spacious- sheep arid cattlo yardo. >n

which John 'Watson - and Co. have con. ducted special sales for some rears past.

■ The house is ,well built, and in good repair, and was one of the few houses in the distict to escape during the long flood of 1909. The sal© yards are conveniently situated for holding a sale, being adjacent to the station, "nd are now being put in excellent repair. The whole property covers pome 3i acres, but the residence will be offered separately.

The house is leased until 1st October, 19J.0, and the sale, yards until 31st December. 1910, on which dates, possession will be given.

_ For Absolute Sale.

For furtlier particulars apply

JOHN WATSON and, CO., Bendigo

FRIDAY, 30th: SEPTEMBER.

j B00RT. '. . ' . ■ ;1042~ACRES

■SPLENDID FARMING and GRAZING

., OPROPERTY.

.; -3J Miies from Railway Station.

. .TO LET 'FOR THREE YEARS. ' " .

JOHN WATSON and, CO. have received

■ instructions frorai Walter Barclay, Esq.,

who • is retiring, . to lease bv auctipn. at: 1 P;in., immediately before the usual Stock'Sale his exceptionally good .

AGRICULTURAL and PASTORAL .

PROPERTY, •

situato about 3j miles-from Boort, and comprising

land equal to. the best in. the northern district, and veil equipped in every .way for successful working; being divided - into ten paddocks, substantially' fenced with post- and wiro netting, with good homestead containing six rooms and detached kitchen, and ocher conveniences; 100 acres are now fallow, and 200 aores can be irrigated in the driest seasons

if desired. There aro fine suitable dams on tho property, and channel of the Catum* nal scheme runs through a large portion.

This is a -very desirable property, l-eing picked agricultural and grazing land throughout.

and big returns have regularly been ma "la bv the owner, who is; now retiring. 450 acres, will be allowed for cultivation on tho whole, which will bo leased :n two lots of 420 acres and 622 acres respectively if desired. Rent half-yearly in advance.

Fullest particulars from,, and clients driven to inspect by, the auctioneers,

JOHN WATSON and CO., Bendigo, Boort, Charlton, Wycheproof, Lalbert, Swan Hill, Pyramid, Eciiuca, Rochester, and Elmore.

WEDNESDAY, 5th OCTOBER.

At ' NEWBRIDGE.

PRELIMINARY NOTICE.

SNUG LITTLE FARM, 172 ACRES. Comprising RICH LODDON FLATS.

WILLIAM WALLACE and CO.. have heen

favored with instructions from Mr.

Vincent Pola to sell as above.

His well-known - Farm, closely situated to

Newbridge township.

In lot or lots to suit purchasers. Full particulars .later.

WILLIAM WALLACE and CO., Special Land Salesmen, Bull-street, Bendigo.

- SATURDAY. 1st OCTOBER,

At. 3 o'clock.

At tho Victoria Hotel. Pall Mall, Bendigo

SALE by AUCTION. of CITY ALLOTMENT

of - LAND. ■ comprising • 3 roods 3 3-10 porches, situated QUARRY HILL, with frontages to Hallam and'-Reginald sts.

HOWE and M'COLOUGH, instructed by

tho owner, will sell by auction, on tho

above date and place mentioned,

Crown allotments 25, 42' and 43, section 104

C, City and Parish of Sandhurst. County Bendigo." containing' 3 ' roods 3 3-10

percnos. -

Will be offered ais a- whole or in three-lots. If sold in three- lots, two of the frontages will be to Reginald street. .

This is ono of the rare chances that hayo bcori offered to tho public for many years for tha proouring-of a magnificent site for building

purposes. Its position is all that can be detiired, having frontages to two of the main streets, within 60 yards of the tram lino, and a few minutes', walk from, railway station. Splondidly situated, high and dry, with perfect

drainago, and central, in that fashionable fcuburb, Quarry Hill.

For bona-fide sale.

1 Title Certificate.

Further particulars HOWE -and M'COL OUGH, Stock and Estate Agents; or

Mc-isrs. TATCHELL, DUNLOP, SMALLEY E.nd BALMER, Solicitors,. Williamson-rtreet,

Beudigo.

NEWBRIDGE -STOCK SALE.

AT OUR NEW' YARDS.

FRIDAY, 23rd SEPTEMBER.

SPENCER, M'KEAN and CO. will conduct

their First Stock Salo at Newbridge, as

above, when they expect a fair yarding of

Fat and store sheep, lambs, and cattle,

horees and pigs

Good buyers will be jn attendance.

Auctions,

TO-DAY, at 2 o'clock,

Central Auction Rooms.

ANOTHER VERT FINE '-OTXECTION

LOCALLY-GROWN GUARANTIED POT

PLANTS. P»lms, Shrubs, Camellias, Daphnes, Lobelias, Lemons, Oranges, l'crns, Carnations. Pelargonium?, etc., etc., etc.

HM. MARKS and CO.. instructed by

• Knighi Bros., will sell .'is above\x=req-\

WEDNESDAY NEXT, _

On the Property, Quarry Hill.

HANETSOME, WELL-BUILT BRICK and

W. B. VILLA HOME,

Containing Six Largo, Lofty Booms _;?clf1"

sivo of Kitchen, Bathroom. Detached washhouse, ■ Cellar. etc., Largo Garden, well stocked

with Shady Trees and Flowering MruK. The Land has Two Frontages of Ob ieet each to Reginald and Mary streets by n depth of 165 feet. Title perfect. Terms

Very Easy.

Also,

WELL-KEPT MODERN HOUSEHOLD FUK\x=req-\

NITURE and FURNISHINGS. IRON; FRAME WALNUT PIANO by JOHi< BRINSMEAD and SONS, Etc., Etc.

HM. MARKS and CO. are instructed by

• Miss Moore to sell as • above.

MODERN VILLA HOME ^ GROUNDS,

HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANO, by John Brinsmead and Sons, massivp bow front sideboard, drawing room sutic, handsome Italian walnut sideboard pier glass, very fiiio bedroom suite, carpets, linos., cedar extension dining table, office . table, - .chamber waro, china, e.p. ware,

ottoman, vory iine 8-drawer chest, tools, china, mower, verandah eoats, bedsteads, bedding, leather arm chairs, ^ blanket.* quilts, kitchen and household articles, otc., otc.. : _ ' .

Tile house' is iri.perfect repair and condition, having been completely and • handsomely painted

and decorated throughout. The situation is without exception one of the best in the

district. .

Cards lo view on. application to the auctioneers.

. •

ON AN EARLY DATE, ■, M'Laren:street.

SUPERIOR MODERN HOUSEHOLD FUR

NTTURE and APFOINTMENTS.

MAGNIFICENT UPRIGHT GRAND LIPP

PIANO, Etc.. Etc.

H- M. MARKS and CO. aro instructed b>'

• F. Dobic, Esq., who is removing to

Queensland, to sell as above.

Full particulars in later advertisements.

SATURDAY, 1st OCTOBER,

At 3 o'cloalc,

Central Auction Rooms.

Tho PRIVILEGES of the PUBLICANS'

. BOOTHS and OTHER RIGHTS for the

GRAND NATIONAL SHOW, 11th, 12th

and 13th OCTOBER.

HM. MARKS and CO. arc instructed to

■» sell by auction, as above, the Privileges

of tho fallowing:—

Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4 PUBLICANS' BOOTHS. LUNCHEON and TEA ROOMS.

TWO FRUIT and LOLLY STALLS

Tho Right to Sell CIGARS a.ud TOBACCO,

etc., SAVELOYS, ICE CREAM, PEA NUTS, FORAGE, Etc., Etc.

This Show is the most important and exten\x=req-\ sivo ever held, in Bendigo. The Show Yards havo booji remodelled and generally improved.

A 6peoiaI and ordinary train service at Holiday Excursion Fives for Show Week has been arranged from all stations -to Bendigo.

THIS DAY. j BENDIGO HORSE MARKET. |

CLYDESDALE STALLION. |

SPENCER, M'KEAN and CO. will sell

This Day, account Mr. Geo. H. Caldwell.

Th-J Clydesdale stalliou. Gold Top, 5 years

old, by Young Herd Laddie (imp.), from Gallant Top mare. Gold Top is u. good worker and sure foal-getter.

MONDAY NEXT.

1000 STORE SHEEP. lOCfr

SPENCER M'KEAN anci CO will sell ar

the Bendigo Sheep Yards, on Monday

1009 storo sheep, comprising eoveral lines of

owes and lambs, wethers and vmanere.

. SPECIAL HORSE SALES.

M'KEAN and CO. announce the

following Sales:'—

COLBINAKBTN,

WEDNESDAY, 21st SEPTEMBER.

A splendid yarding of looal-brcd Draughts will be forward for this day.

ELMORE.

FRIDAY, 23rd SEPTEMBER.

BENDIGO.

SATURDAY, 24th SEPTEMBER

(Railway Picnic Day), At HILL'S BAZAAR.

SPENCER, M'KEAN and CO., Horse Sales

men.

-FREEHOLD LAND,

- Three and a half miles from Bendigo.

60 ACRES. 60.

SATURDAY, 1st OCTOBER, At tho Horso Sal®, about 2.30.

OIPENCER, M'KEAN and CO, under

•O structious from Mr. J. Stevenson. w:!l sell by auction, as, above, _

60 aorcs of good Xiivnd, miles from Hen\x=req-\

digo, on tho main Axodalo road, known

as Burns's.

This land is well fenocd, nearly all cleared, and has been cultivated, and affords a splendid opportunity of securing a plaoo suitable for gardening," tomato growing or depot for stock. The bulk of it can bo irrigated with next to

no trouble whatever.

For further particulars apply to

SPENCER, M'KEAN and CO., 210 Mitchell-street,

Bendigo and branches.

The Stud.

T

iO STAND at RIVER VIEW FARM (Arena —- *. Cottage), BARN EDO W N, tho THOROUGHBRED

STALLION HEADLAND By Bill of Poitland (son of St. Simon) from Montalto (a good winner and dam of winners), by Noekersgat (siro of Portsea, Dunlop) fiom Romula (winner of tho Champion Race) by New Warrior (imp.) from Agitation (imp.) by

Ambrose, otc.

Bobadil, Maltsfer, and Eminence — ah Eons of Bill of Portland—havo been ao successful

as sires that Headland, who possesses the samo strain of blood, .should also provo a s-tie

cess at iho stud._ TERMS, .£5/5/. ^

Ono Shill-ng per week for Marcs.

BO LAKE, BARNEDOWN.

For Sale.

A VERY Platform Scales, lOcwt. D. Whyto jlI and Co., Teapot Cash Store.

COMPLETE Dredging Plant (portable), 20

h.p. Engine, 10m. Kershaw Gravel

Pump. Can bo seen working for next ihree weeks at White Hill Gully, Campbell's Creek. Full* particulars G. W. Clough, manager.

COMPLETE 120-gallon "Turbine" Alpha\x=req-\

Laval Separator, and 4 h.p. Tangye Boiler,

almost new. Only used one season. Cost £165 ••will t ell for £75, or Separator alono, £30. "Separator," this office.

EDISON Standard Phonograph, largo bell,

stand, nearly 100 Records; sell very

cheap. 233 King-st.

EIFTY Packing Cases and Barrc-lls. fillet!

with tit-raw. Monaghan's, Coliseum.

View-st._

TT710R PRIVATE SALE, Superfluous Furni\x=req-\ .£/ ture. consisting of Brussels Carpet. to x 13; Duchess Chest and Dressing Table, Cream and Nickel Double Bed complete, Mirrored Hallstand, 3-Roller Mangle, Wertheim Washing

Machine, Marble Table, and several other articles. Apply Tuesday or Wednesday afternoons, Mrs. ■ W. B. Melrose, Panton-st., Golden-square.

GAS Engiivj (Crossley), 21 in. pump, 8-gal.

cylinder, generator, boll and tub, cork

rack and syruper pullies, licking and shafting; also 140-gaI. Copper, iron stand, and Vats; sacrifice. Alpino Brewery, Lucan-it.

ONE 10 inch Horizontal Engine, fly and belt

wheel, crank shaft ana steam piping,

in good order. Jeffrey Bros., Eaglehawk.

PRINCE George Dog Cart, two wheels, rubber

tyres, good order; any reasonable

offer. "Rubber,' this office.

RUDDICK'S Patent Letter Boxes 'relinquishing).

large 1/3, small 1/ to 3d, at

Murton'e. tinsmith, Eaglehawk.

TAILINGS of West Austral:an gold mine,

near ra;lway station, for Sale; upwards

of 100,000 tons.

Price and particulars apply A. H. SCARFE, Box 42, Adelaide.

AN Old Bronchitis Sufferer Bays:—"I've

tried thera all, but Broc-Kold cade

short work or my attack."

Only from W. L. WILLIAMS. Chymi3t,

Hargrcaves-street. Price, 2).

T BRUECI-IERT'S—Good Hooded Buggy,

£12; Phaetons, hooded and 2-seated Buggies, Gig, light, bedrock prices. Large Stock New Vehicles, latest designs, workmanship

and materials, guaranteed. Inspect. Showroom, M'lvor-st.

AT Knight and Wilkinson's—Double-furrow

Plough, good order; 3 seated Carryall,

cheap; Farm Waggons on hand for idle. Drays and Carta ct all kinds. Inspection invited.

AT Scholten and Marsh's, Coachbuilders.—

First-class Hooded Abbott, two Hooded

Phaetons, Float'ng Rail Cart, (nearly now). Brassoy Cart (splendid ordor), number of up-to\x=req-\ date Gigs and Buggies of all description*.

BULLOCK Waggon, suitable for horses,

cheap, wide tyres speciality: big supply

of Dry Material. J. Cavagna, Williamsou-st.

Best box blocks!

JUMBUNNA and NEWCASALE

COAL. COKE, MALLEE ROOTS.

RENWICK and CO.

Furniture Removed to All Parts. Railway Station. Telephone 17.

BRON-KOLD Removes the Phlegm, Re\x=req-\

lioves the Cough, and Clears the Breathing.

Price 21. Only trom

W. L. WILLIAMS. Chymist, Hargre&vee-st.

BUGGIES, Gig's, Carts, new and secondhand.

Brown's Carriage Work*, pext

Aracade Stables, Queen-street.

E CH~R I S T I A N,

» Reg. Instructor of Coacbbuilding,

Orders and Repairs. Motor Car Bodies. Vehicles

and Horses Sale or Hire, or commission.

London City Guilds.

DOUBLE SCREENED HOUSEHOLD

COAL, FIREWOOD BLOCKS, MALLEE

ROOTS, Sound and Drv.

M'CULLOCH and COMPANY. Railway Staiicn. Telephone 18.

1 R E W 0 O 5!

DRY MALLEE ROOTS.

BOX BLOCKS.

G. J. BRASIER,

Railway Station. Teksptone 68.

OTOODED Carryall, in first-class order. £25,

owner leaving; long-shatt Brake, light and Etrong, £12/10/. Morrison's Carriage Works. Williamson-si.

"\7"OU oan get the Great New Cough Medii

cine, BRON-KOLD, only from

W. L. WILLIAMS, Oh Tin ist. Hsrtjreavee-flt.

IT'S GOOD". TOO.

Wanted to 2uy.

"S3IANO, secondhand iron, frame, any Gcr\x=req-\ -1. man or English make will do, one suitable

for iodgeroom, prico about £20. Write particulars and lowest prico to "Rolyat," this

office.

PIANO, secondhand, good make, Lipp,

Ronisch, or Schwechten preferred; will

pay up to £4C for suitable instrument. Send full particulars to "Tempo," this offics

PIANO, cheap, secondhand one. suitable beginner,

not particular about appearance;

must be good tone. Prico about £10. Write to "G.H.C.," this office.

JACKMAN BROS.,

LYTTLETON' TEK.RACE.

CASH BUYERS OF WOOL,

Also Hides, Sheepskins, Tallow, Horsehair,

Rabb'ts and a!l other Furred Skins.

All Consignments Promptly Attended To,

Sufficient Address—

JACKMAN BROS.. BEZNDIGO.

F. FERGUSON, MARKET-SQUARE,

\&TOOL, HIDE and SKIN MERCHANT,

i V has received orders for Rabbit Skins, and is giving advanced pricos; also Sheepskim Hides, Tallow, Horsehair, and all Furred Skim.

BRON-KOLD.

GET SOME.

IT'S GOOD For Coughs. Bronchitis, Colds and Asthma. 2'

Only from W. L. WILLIAMS. Chymist.

F

Missing: Friends.

gPECIAL TO MINERS.

Tho Proprietors of

THE BATH CORNER BOOT STORE

(Opposito Fountain)

Guarantee to G'vt a Pair of

BEST BOOTS

i'-> Every Member of tho Family of a Miner

who may be killed in a mino in the

Bendigo District

THE FAR-FAP/5ED INVERELL DISTRICT.

Subdivision of the well-known

§

Adjoining the prosperous town of Inverell. N.S.W., and in close proximity to Arrawatta, Byron, Bannockburn, and Myall Creek Subdivision?, all of which have

been successfully subdivided of late years, and are now tenanted by a prosperous

husbandry.

lO YEfiRS' TERMS.

16,000 Acres subdivided into SO Farms, areas 40 to 570 acres.

RICH LUCERNE, MAIZE, WHEAT, DAIRYING, and MIKED FARMING LANDS.

Unequalled in the Commonwealth.

RAINFALL 32 INCHES ANNUALLY. DELIGHTFUL CLIMATE.

Tor sale by Public Auction under instructions from the owners, at the

TOWN HALL, INVERELL,

On' WEDNESDAY, ©etoHier1 26th, at 1 "9 a.m\x=req-\

The subdivision adjoins the town of Inverell (population 46S1), which is.connected with Sydney by daily train, and with frontage? to wen-made roads *to Nnllamanna, Kind's Plains, and Glen lanes. Daily motor and coach service to Glen Innes (42 miles), on the main Northern Railway.

SOIL.—Rich red, chocolate, and black of sreat depth, with a jrood clay subsoil, capable o! pro ducinjr to-the best advantage lucerne, wheat, maize, fruits, and for the carrying- on of mixed farming

and dairying-. Nearly all virgin soil.

Thoroughly sound heavy carrying country (easily 2 sheep to the acre), the clip being heavy and

realising high prices.

Annual rainfall 33 inches. In addition to being watered by Swanbrook Creek and many perma* nent springs, water may be obtained anywhere on the subdivision by sinking to a shallow depth.

Timber (apple tree and grey box) ringbarked man}* years. Several forms picked up and burned off. Inverell subdivision should appeal'strongly to dairymen and those in search of mixed farming areas. No portion 0/ the State produces a wider variety or greater abundance of crop9 or possesses richer natural.pastures. The subdivision is being sold direct from the owners to the farmers.

Inverell is the home of lucerne, which grows luxuriantly almost anywhere on the station, and is • fciiiff cultivated to great advantage upon the ridges.

TERMS • f-io per cent, deposit.; no further payment on account of principal for two years Balance in 9 equal, annual instalment. Interest 5 pec cent., payable half-yearly.

Buyers driven to inspect from Inverell. Lithographs auii all information from

W. H. READETT, Inverell ?■ Auctioneers In BORTHWICK & BICE, Inverell Conjunction.

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