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Albury Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times (Newspaper) - June 23, 1920, Albury, New South Wales Sporting. By on sporting expo Texil. Ode cals Mibab. Data ? a cog Gateau 28/6/2 1 1 Ragga . ?�/6/20 Ragga . J 6/ 7/20 . 7/ 7/20 at Ragga. The turf mind for the . Grand National meet ing the following sex Teringa have been recorded a All engagements a thaleta one Warchus. Grand National Hurdie Bace. A plenty Maroon Munster ? lass Coronatus. Bon Robert. Red signal. Happy Iii or. Grand National Steeple Labu. Third hurdle. A Joe Scott Ash View Vraa scratched yesterday for the grand National hurdle race. Word comes from Melbourne that by Bas is doing Good work at Evick with a View to his grand National Steeple Chase engagement. Gold master which is by Moughal s sire. Aurum is also com in a of la trim a from Tasmania to Ruu in the grand National steeplechase and will be Ridden in that race by Alf Law. Wee Dook Ridden by p sweene3% jumped four fences at Flemington yesterday morning. ? ? j. N m Gregor the Well known jockey. Was admitted to St. Vincent s Hospital on saturday evening suffering from in juries to the Back As the result of a fall at Caulfield on saturday. Yarra Yarra Jos. Woods and Egelman Jack Woods were companions in a Les son Over four hurdles at Flemington yesterday morning. My Donald Jos Woods iras schooled Over four hurdles and a Fence. Despite his defeat at Caulfield on sat urday. Aintree is still the most popular grand National steeplechase candidate. Mountain god is picked out As Likely to be hard to beat. Iolaus. Sir Prim Kin Fark and Cobram All have Many friends. Aqua Rock and Compromise Are others Given chances. Messes William c. Yuille and co., Mel Bourne report. The following sales a b g 3 year by Wallace White River Imp j. Cyd Wyer. 22% guineas Balboni. 2 year by land of song Dacia. D. Stein. 19 guineas Trucis. 27% guineas j. Burke cd 2 6 year by Corroboree a Hawk s View f. Breen 14 guineas Gowrie. W. A. Jones 32i� guineas. H. Thornhill. Who was recently rein stated As a jockey by the victorian Trot ing and racing association Rode three winners at Fitzroy victorian Mon Day and Tsas also placed twice. C. Per Kins Garry and Delalande each had two winning mounts. Sir Nemon j. A. Cain jumped three hurdles in Good style at Caulfield yesterday morning. Mande Reton s. Cus Din cleared about ten hurdles. He was accompanied by j. Bird s Donald Mare Over a few of the jumps. The death took place at Newmarket Vic on monday of Albert Halliday tar former jockey Halliday Rode with much Success on the Pony courses. He subsequently was granted a License by the ? . Committee and Rode Over obstacles. A. Thompson who Rode at the . Meeting has returned to Melbourne. He Roda Hans Anderson from j. Curr s fences at Caulfield yesterday morning. Hans Anderson was accompanied by Brookside a. Doy. Trapple which recently Trent Back to Tasmania is now doing nicely in the is lard and she is expected to return to Victoria to run in the Lawn Handicap at Flemington. Cunning Fox. Another recent tasmanian visitor is to be spelled until the summer. After holding Aii inquiry into the form shown by May met tug j. Cole in the run off of. Top Fitzroy purse on Mon Day a division of which she had won in Good style the stewards decided to accept the explanation of the owner but cancelled Cole s License on the ground of incapability. Cole Gav notice of Appeal a inquiry into. The running of miss Syl Vester p. Tehan m the first race did result in any action being taken. The Corowa racing club will hold its show race meeting on thursday and Fri Day. August 19 and 20. £255 will be disbursed in prize a Money. Included in the menu is the a. H. Lang cup of �5o, 134 Miles. Or f. E. Fraser. Is acting As Secretary. ? first acceptance for the grand National hurdle and steeplechase must be declared on thursday not later than 4 ? . -.?-� a i. J. Olooney the Audi aide no senian will probably ride Sopina in the grand National hurdle each and s. Reid will have the Ino Dutott Beltane Mab will most Likely be Ridden by e. Moon. The Burrowa news says a a regrettable incident of the second Day was that protest in connection with the Bur Cwa racing club Handicap. Or. W. Carey s Thora was first past the Post. But was disqualified for alleged interference. The protest by the jockey of re Deemer Jack came As a Thunder Bolt to thai Public. All who witnessed the race say that Thora won from end to end and that it was impossible for him to have seriously interfered with the other horse and when it was heard that a pro had been lodged there was a Good Deal of commotion among the Public. The protest did not appear to be taken seriously by the bookies who were offering 5 to 1 against redeemer Jack. An enquiry was held on the course in re Gard to the protest when the Public were greeted with another Bombshell in lie stipendiary Steward awarding the race to redeemer Jack. The verdict a a very unpopular one with the Public and there were All sorts of rumours fit aug round. Or. Carey has appealed against the decision by the Steward. Apart from the supporters of both sides of the pro who backed the horses there Are Sev eral people who did not have a shilling on the. Horses who Are of the honest Opin Ion that Thora should have been awarded the race. But then there Are Rainy decisions Given which appear to the casual Eye to be erroneous but in the tight of evidence May prove quite Correct. Jockey s engagements. In their engagements at Epsom meeting to Day. T. Butler will be on Chu Prasse. G. Harrison on Bright beam e. John on. Coolie Jas. Woods on Yarra Yarra a. Wilson on Fath opus c. Hingston on Metylene and stumbler e. Barker on Santa h. Hamilton on Meryon and King pretty l. Franklin on Jae staff. F. Straker on mount Ora and red signal. And j. Luney on Pasant. Ii. Turner wire by on Field tank j. A. Cain on sir Nemon T Anson on Tern g. Benny on All smiles and 15. Annison on mount Stuart. The Market ?. . Hurdle and steeplechase. Melbourne. Tuesday. ? Bright plume is. A fairly Short priced favorite for thai grand National Hurdie with Leddington one Point longer Fol Lowed at a distance of two Points by Beltane Neon merry Bob and Sopina with Mab. Moughal two Points further. Away. Then after an interval of two point3 comes two blues which is two Points Shorter than Tullila. In a Bunch a further four Points away come Captain w., colonel Knut. Gere Dery Grap Honc mount Mil sin miss Rosslyn Pisto Laire sir Nemon silent Way Vaquero. Will Comfort. After a. Break of fully twelve Points Between these come the Best of the rank outsiders among them being red signal. For the grand National steeplechase a Trio composed of Aintree Iolaus and sir Prim top the list at a fairly Short quote followed with interval of two Points by Compromise Kin Lark. It Mountain god and woo Loo. Then another few Points note them from Cobram do ran and Mab. Whitt Are of Durwed close up in Tararuy Jack and janitor which Are four Points in Advance of Aqua Rock. Falgous Andy Donald Ferri mite Jack Friar mount Milt sin. Mia Rossi in. Pram Rosyth. Sir pistol Yaj ram Lea. The Best of outsiders Are a Ranthus Bine Victor Corriedale grand Foote Jacklin Meg ass and Teu Are Ufa. ? football Albury St. Patrick s. On the Albury sports ground on sat urday next the above teams will meet. St. Patrick s players will be Closen from the following who Are requested to turn up at St. Patrick s Hall on thursday at 7.30 ., when the -18 will be chosen a Anderson Briggs Connole Dailin or. Duffy Foley. Fielder Griffith. Hornsby Jones Kennedy 2m Gaffin o Brien peach Eison. Ryan Star 3. Treloar Watson Rynack. Sporting advertisements. Humphrey Oxenham largest commission agent in Australia. Letters and telegrams prompt attended to. Starting Price All events. Commissiong executed All leading events. Starting Price a speciality. Doubles & straight out on june stakes and Prince of Wales Gold cup also grand National hurdle and steeplechase. Sufficient address a Oxenham Sydney. No reply no business presentation at co Olamon. ? a Bank manager fare welled. A Large gathering of town and District residents assembled in the school of arts at co Olamon. On Friday to say fare a Eli to and show their appreciation of or. Norman Thomas Johst Oue. Manager of the co Olamon Branch of the Bank of new South Wales on the eve of his departure for Albury to take up a similar position in that town or a. W. Stinson occupied the chair and after Reading apologies from a num Ber of gentlemen who were unable to be present said All would agree that in the departure of or. Johnstone they were losing a Good solid supporter of the town. Nevertheless they congratulated or. Johnstone on Hia promotion. Their de parting townsman had during is three years sojourn in co Olamon proved him self a Tower of strength in every move ment for the advancement of the town and District. In All patriotic efforts too he had proved himself not one of the Best workers but tha Best. It was Folt therefore that they could not allow or. Johnstone to depart without in some Way demonstrating their recognition of of this Sterling Worth. A number of friends had got together and a wad of notes had been collected in order that he might Purchase something by which Coo Lurton would be kept in remembrance and also As a proof of the Goodwill of the Community. Messes. Al u. Curtis Owen Turner a. A. Lucas Rev. J. M Andrew j. Lear to onto a. Gibbs. M. L. Kingdom a. H. A Kinnun and f. A. Ramsay on behalf of the Bank staff All spoke in the High eat terms of Eulogy of or. Johnstone and wished him and his wife and family every happiness in their new Home and environments. The chairman then presented tie guest Ith a Roll of notes expressing the Hope that or. Johnstone would accept them in the spirit in which they were Given. The chairman added that the ladies had attended to mrs. Johnstone having entertained her at afternoon Tea and Maje her a presentation. Or. Johnstone sincerely thanked the Vafis is speakers for their kind remarks and for tb.3 present. Both he and mrs. Johnstone he said regretted leaving so Manv friends but when promotion cans i was not to be scoffed at. Personally to was under a deep debt of gratitude for the help advice and kindness shown him and he asked for Hig successor siir.? Lar treatment Ragga advertiser railway gauges Early warning unheeded. The question of one uniform railway gauge for Australia is As venerable As it is vital. And it is not flattering that some 74. Years ago men in England fore saw the trouble that confronts us to Day. _ in 1846 the late or. Gladstone then the colonial Secretary urged upon the governor of this state that the colonies should have a unify i gauge and or suggested 4ft sin., that is. The gauge that is now accepted. Two years later. Ear Grey in a despatch to Jieva South Wales urged the game thing. But local interests were More concerned with the present than with the future. Local interests rather have a habit that Way. So the people of Australia Nave to consider a tidy Little Bill of some fl6.000.000 for the unification of the main lines alone. That is if the. Matter does not Drift for another 10 to 20 years. It Lias drifted a Jot in the past. ? the original culprit. New South. Wales is the original Cul Prit it was agreed in 1s52 that a Oft. 3iii. Gauge should be adopted. The old Sydney railway and Tramway company was responsible for this its Engineer favored the wider gauge despite experience in eng land and the British government did not object. A year later that Engineer res Ain. Gauge and the company calmly asked the legislature to repeal the other act it had obtained in order to make the narrower gauge compulsory in this state. This the legislature obligingly did and an act was passed in 1853. And referred to England for the Royal As sent. And the Sidney company aptly ordered consider blot material for the 4ft. A in. Gauge. When company met company. But railway companies had been formed in Victoria and South Australia and they relying on the first act had ordered from England �100,000 or Ort of suitable work ing Stock for a Oft. 3in. Gauge. Consequently a memorial was sent from the victorian legislature praying Queen Vic Toria to nullify the new South Wales act of 1853. Earl Grey instructed the Gover for of new South Wales to move the legislature to reconsider the question for the Sake of the neighbouring colonies with which sooner or later railway communication must be effected. The companies in the different colonies had invested Money in rolling Stock and other material and neither Side would give Way. No doubt the British authorities dismissed ? the matter with a shrug of their shoulders at the Short sighted obstinacy of the colonies. So the break of gauge trouble began. To make matters still More difficult. Queensland began railway building in ls6i, and adopted a 3ft. 6in. Gauge As its Standard. Many conferences in 1ss9 the new South Wales commissioners brought under the notice of the government the disadvantages of the break of gauge but no action was taken. In 1897 a conference of railway commissioners from new South Wales Victoria and South Australia took this matter up seriously. They estimated that the Cost of changing from a Oft. 3in. Gauge to 4ft. A in gauge would be �1.889.500, and agreed that the work could be done with in five years but no action was taken. When Australia Federated the com missioners of the different states at the instance of their various governments again discussed this same old matter. By this time there was 3340 Miles of the 4ft. 8in. Gauge and 4509 of the Oft. 3in. Gauge. It was estimated that to alter the 4ft. 8.in gauge to 5ft 3in. Would Cost �4.260,000. And to alter the wider gauge to 4ft. 8% in. Would involve �2,360,000. The commissioners were of the opinion that the narrower gauge should be adopted As the most economical method of securing the desired end. But no action was taken in the matter. Devices and inventions. In a sense this question has never Reet de during the last decade although we have got no further Forward. There have been Many proposals and inventions put Forward to meet the break of gauge difficulty and in new South Wales great Hope was entertained by some people in the Ein Cacy of the third rail method. A Board consisting of the chief Mecha Nical engineers and the chief permanent Way engineers of the Commonwealth and state railways excepting Tasma Nia in 1018 inquired into 120 device s for overcoming the break of gauge difficulty including the Brennan. Third rail Devico. But the Board found that none of / ? the inventions devices ideas or App i Ces complied with the condition Sot Down namely in. Order that an Effic Tivo and Complete interchange Between the states May by Lyos sible. Any device or appliance should be applicable to All classes of rolling Stock including locomotives and interchangeable with ill states now the question again takes the stage. Or. Hughes says that it was Esti mated in 1913 that it would cot �37,000,000 to convert the railways of Australia to the 4ft. S tin. Gauge. The Cost had per haps doubled since then. A daddy dear i plainly see that you Are very fond of me you take me to the picture shows and buy me lots of Lovely clothes of course i Don t expect you la like to get the thousand things i d like but when i be croup or cold be sure to buy me woods7 great Peppermint Gure. A and Vic. _ wanted and general. A advertisements prepaid 16 words 1/ three consecutive insertions 2/6 if booked 6d. Extra. Over 16 words tid. Per line 16 words per insertion. Advertisements for this column May be left by Wodonga advertisers with mrs. Phillips newsagent Sydney St., Wodonga. Afternoon and morning teas hot ? pies the Grosvenor Olive St. A warm Tweed overcoat at 70/ for these cold nights is Tho need of every Man. Get yours to Day from less. Ryan a Dean St. A t Lee tet s cafe in Dean St., Strong ? ? vigorous cabbage and Cauli Flower plants 1/6 per 100. A bereavement wreaths crosses hearts made up shortest notice. A overcoats Waterproof with leather Collar and cuffs at Les. Jaus Dean St., Albury. R delighted amazed surprised when i saw the Fine Supply of Orange Lemon mandarin Shaddock. Limes Well Crown Trees hundreds to choose from at p. L. Vine Dean St., Albury. 1 o you like pretty flowering shrubs in your Garden i have 50 varieties it about 2/ each to choose from Call and select at f. L. Vine Dean St., Albury of klan t know i kept 6uch a Large and varied Stock of Trees. Shrubs Palms ferns Etc. Just step into the shop and Rou will get the Surprise of your life at p. L. Vine Dean St. Albury. Fold you say you wanted to Plant Lucerne seed i can Supply Auy 3iantity at Bedrock prices. Rye grass rape Kentucky Blue. Field peas Garden peas by Fishel. At f. L. Vine Dean St., Albury. Trouble burgers Bung bungs bombs sky rockets crackers rising Moons. Flower pots All chinese no English fire storks available at present at f. L. Vine Dean St., Albury. Dining tables May be Well catered for with Sweet potatoes. Cauliflower celery and Otter vegetables. Apples by the Case eating and cooking a it f. L. Vine Dean St., Albury. clerk wanted As Book keeper. State experience salary required. Apply writing clerical Box 54, Albury. Por Sale suburban Brick residence i rooms Etc., fitted with electric Light Large allotment of land. For full particulars see Carter estate agent Dean Street. For Quick Sale a splendid Little property 7 acres securely fenced and subdivided Good Young Orchard. Home Stead 5 rooms buggy House Hay shed fowl Yards watered by Large dam Ana House tanks close to Alf. Mich Ell auctioneer and estate agent Dean St., Albury. i will buy your House hold furniture straight tout if you Are going away. A Graham Brougham and co., Olive St., Albury. Graham Brougham of the Olivest. Furniture Exchange buys furniture and will give Yon a fair Deal. Furniture of every description sold and exchanged. Call in to Day. Here s a bargain 4 roomed Weatherboard cottage Good Posi Tion. Price �250.�? Jack Sagle estate a Cut. Albury. 11 ? ? a ? j just a Large indent order of Oilskin Coats ranging in Price from 25/ to 57/6/ As these Coats were ordered last season the prices Are right. Call to Day and Les. Ryan Dean bt., Albury. =. ? ? ? a ? t red female dog from Bolton a Smollett St. Reward returning j. Bolton. Club hotel. paper drapery parcel in Dean or Olive streets. Finder please return Market hotel.? try a _ ? pot plants fresh Supply just your Garden seeds at the i of Vetor Rice just arrived prime potatoes 4/6 per Quarter flour. 6/ per Quarter Oil cake fowl feed. Hay. Chaff 6/ to 11/ bag. A Jacobs Townsend St. Come people have the idea that a tailor made suit is prohibitive on account of its Price Call and see what we can do for �5. A Les. Ryan Dean St. Two girls would like position in al Bury one As nurse girl. Write anxious Mait s office. To two furnished rooms and use of Kitchen. Apply mail office. ,. Pry 16 words in this column for 1/, or three consecutive times for 2/6. T he charge for posting the. Border morning mail to subscribers is Only one Penny per week. The charge for single papers posted is 2d., tsar for Sale valuable Ger Man Range finder Carl Zeiss make write Zeiss co. Mail office. Nyx ant cleaning washing or any kind of work by the Day. Apply g. Smith. P.o., Albury. situation on station Bevy competent station hand. References. Potter Bros. Albury. To Tutor for two Young gentlemen desirous of learning dancing. Write to amateurs Wodonga Post office. a House or 3 unfurnished a rooms in comfortable residence. Write t.s., mail office. female Cook capable Man Good wages to Good woman. Good place. Apply phone 13, Henty. smart boy for grocery with experience preferred. Apply Moran Aud Cato. T\7anted.�? a smart useful boy. Apply immediately the big store. Wanted carting Black soil Sand ? Hill gravel and filling cleaning Yards c. Marshall Smith St. Xanted.�?2 unfurnished rooms with use of Kitchen. Particulars to Busi Ness Man co. Morning mail and h. Giersch. Walla Walla. three bricklayers 21/ per a Day about 150,000 bricks to Lay. Fares paid. A g Heather builder hol Brook. \17 anted to buy turkeys. Apply a Globe hotel Albury. Of a a will buy a Nice Brick cottages a a Jam allotment of land 80ft by 132ft. Central. Apply Alf. Michell auctioneer and estate agent Dean St. Al Bury a Xix six acres securely fenced ctr al . House -1 rooms and kit Chen outbuildings close Alf. Michell auctioneer and estate agent. Dean St., Albury. Pc Taa will secure 4 roomed Brick do a a cottage bathroom laundry Etc., Elotric Light Central position. A Carter. Estate agent Dean St. Tj9n Mill Purchase a 4 roomed Koft a Jirik Villa bathroom Copper and tub Sot in fitted with electric Light Central position. A Carter estate agent Dean St., Albury. £1 of will buy one of the be Stu Lawu Littile properties near Albury. 10 acres Good land Brick Home Stead Good Road to the door permanent . A splendid suburban Home. A Alf. Michell auctioneer and estate agent Dean St., Albury. 5vanted and general continued 1 ? _ �1 i a will Purchase a Beautiful Brick residence Complete Vith sewerage and electric Light Cement paths in excellent condition. A Carter. Is Tate agent. J t-r0ken crockery can now be intended and made As Good As new with that powerful Queensland preparation known As Anvil Annie Cement now sold in two sizes Price 2/ and 1/3. Obtainable locally from Hunter and Stelling. Reis and co. Aud All chemists and stores. Al Tassey Harris co. Ltd., Kiowa i St., Albury a machinery Binder twin and oils. Good Supply of duplicates always on hand. A Y. Milne local agent. Agent for j. Bartram Aud son separator engines milking plants Etc. Cliff and Bunting chaff cutters Aud saw benches Federal manure John Pat ent equaliser Yoke Trafalgar Cool safes. Standard fire insurance co. J miss Bollinger has now a Large variety of Winter and summer blouses of All the latest and dainties of Len golfers All the latest styles and ready to Wear skirts. Don t forget we. Dress make. Coats and skirts and dresses of All descriptions. Bring your own dress material. Prices to suit your pocket. We give satisfaction. Pimples Are caused by the blood be ing out of order. An Edinburgh chemist has made a great discovery to Clear the blood of impurities and remove pimples. The Medicine is named Rogus tablets. We confidently recommend them Price 2/9. Locally from Blake s Book Bazaar. ? no remove corns and warts without any Humbug or disappointment try a bottle of the Queensland cattleman s to to arable discovery known As swamp just try. And see results. Swamp is obtainable for 1/6 from All leading chemists and stores or locally from Blake s Book Bazaar. A Verandah blinds in White Duck and a turned ticking also window blinds All colors to order and fitted up in the lowest Price. Pure bedding and reliable Thos. J. Delany. And son upholsterers and general furniture repairers. Kiowa St. I ? for Sale j Puj Epkins apples. Melons. Potatoes i ? any Quantity. Also Meggitt a food. I Guy and Marks i produce dealers Dean Street Albury phone 334. R for Sale. Sex store Albury. Seed and feed Oats algerian and Brown. Also seed wheat apply victorian producers cooperative co. Albury. Stock taking Sale at 1 will Reis for two weeks Only. 1?. Ii a we Are making special reductions a \ prior to taking Stock. .1 now is your Opportunity Ifyu a i a Are wanting Silks transfers Cami 5 j soles night dresses children s i $ Hose stamped goods laces a f Large assortment Vul smog torus a j and All coloured Cottons. $ \ artists materials fancy work % i and fancy goods also reduced at f Reis Art Arcade in Olive Street. The cheapest place in town for crockery and glassware. This crockery has to fall twice before it Breaks As it has already fallen in Price. Importers and exporters of fruit. W. Mowing co. 2 Ultimo Road Haymarket. Sydney Box 97, p.o., Haymarket. Can get you highest prices for fruit vegetables Etc., As they avoid the Middle Man s profits. A trial consignment solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed. I photographer late ., 21st Batt Temple court Albury. Jim a q1 few a g a i cd i is o o c 1 i Oakley s studio i f next Union Bank Dean St. 4 i ? i special offer for month # & of june Only. I y f i Post card photographs f so i a to tit nov text y ? her ? a Haruf a ladies Fine All Wool aus i Ralian made 1 Cashmere stockings Only 5/9. 1 at Salamy and sons f Townsend Street. A to a or i a to ? t ? ? 1 ? Iso jul i Fri to Nimitz plumber Gas Trueb Drock cry sjx4 Slas a i Dean Street Albury. Freight by motor lorry. To have a motor lorry and bus for a the Carriage of All freights and convey ances of parties 18 in number i will travel to and from the Weir site and Lavington every Friday night. Leaving Lavington 7.15 R. Mitchell Englehardt St., Albury. Best extracted Honey and a Host of farm implement duplicate parts. Hornsby plough shares of Fly vie., and Many other makes cheap at maxwells Eastern Hill. Delph Singh i in doth he Balist 4nb specialist 110 George Street West Sydney will visit Albury at Albion hotel on tuesday july 6, and wednesday july 7. Men and women i care not who you have been under or How Long you Hare suffered. I positively guarantee to cure every disorder. I cure with a secret cure unknown to the medical world eczema piles Catarrh liver kidney and bladder troubles and the worst form of rheumatism. Every description of tutors and growths removed without operation blood kept healthy and pure by my own secret compound unknown to any pharmacopoeia in the world and handed Down from generation to generation. Hours 9 . To 8 Phone m1524. I removed to old biscuit Fae i 1i exp in Olive Street i 171 Tremiti Tif 1 1 caring to Tho expansion in Buai 2 % Ness and a increasing Stock of i $ new and second hand of Mitaro. 1 i Graham Brougham i i Haa Remote a into larger premises 1 $ is above. I 5 for Best and cheapest value is i s bedsteads furniture and fur Nilk of mgr so a Graham Brougham. Mrs. To m8 miners Haa opened a fruit confectionery and Tea Sooke but Ines. Drink on ice ate. In. Tkv amur Trail a building Dean Street Albury. Aji Gor rally i tits and Haia cutting at Tkv. Up to data silos conducts k j. W. Moore in Dean sep set Albury. Under hygienic conditions Albury a Laundrie Malonga Mai car service. A on and after monday april 26, passengers and parcels May be booked at Durham Stanley Street free at 9 . Daily. A Avenger fares and parcels must be prepaid. Cars for hire. Telephone 161�? e. L. Harris proprietress. Hire a oar at in Cairn it is the quickest and cheapest i Way while dependability and i promptness Are features of i a. A. Burton s service i garage a hotel culcairn., i Telephone no. 19 or 28 private i residence. 1 lr.u.jui.l.-.i.-Ll.Ttoi.».».L�.Jin Tox ran a Gas rom brei. Sergt Whitehouse late Ring 305 or Globe hotel. Long trips a speciality. Always ready Ted Hamilton s car will Tak you where you want to to Lata . Telephones 12s or 7�. Location Soden a hotel Australia. Alb try to Gama mail car. Leaves court House hotel tues Days and fridays 8.30 . Parcels and passengers must be pre paid. Also car for hire a. Robinson proper. Phone a private 116, court House hotel 153. Bicycles bicycles bicycles new and secondhand also accessories. I guarantee service. Dean Street Albury. Notice any Persona found Hunting shooting or otherwise tres passing on Georgery East and West subdivision will be prosecuted. Poison Laid for dogs s. Darby watchmaker at we Denga Why Send your watch repairs away from Wodonga. You can have your repairs i promptly and efficiently executed by l f. S. 6errard. J late . High Street Wodonga. Best work guaranteed. Dainty Stock of jewellery just opened up. Rheumatism. Whet mutism. Hansen s ii Eumarie remedy. The great australian disc Oyer. Every body is talking about ? it. The pain i rheumatism relieved after a few doses. Cures rheumatism Lumbago sciatica backache. Gout and All affections of the kidneys arising from excess of uric acid. It also acts like a Charm on the liver. In bottles 5/6. Hansen a influenza and bronchitis mixture. Infallible As ? a reliable and eafe remedy for influenza. Bronchitis feverish colds Etc. Mixture and tablets. 4/8. Obtainable from All chemists. Locally or. Fried Loeb chemist. Sole manufacturer a j. E. Hansen. pm. Chemist. Hent. One of the most experienced pharmacists in thai Commonwealth. Print a and published by Hamilton Char no Etc Mott at the office of the Border morning mail and riverine times Dean Street Albury in the state of new South Wales. Municipal Wjk peal court five. Appeals. Dealt with. A municipal. Appeal court for the municipality of Albury was held at the court House yesterday before the ., or. S. J. Hamblin. Five appeals were dealt with. Or. F. W. Tietyen represented the Council. David John Barry appealed against the assessment on part allotment 11. Sec Tion v., Townsend Street Albury. 1 was assessed at ., �254 . £26� ., a a. He asked for �200 £160 and �10 Fixed at �198 �200 and �10 by con sent. Percy Robert Bowden. Part lots 11 and 12, sub allotment 16, ? Olive Street. Al Bury. Assessed at £170 a £10. He asked for. . £100 . £115, and �5. Fixed at �100 �115 and �6 by con sent. Gwendoline Pagan lots 7 to 10, Edward Street assessed at £240 . £240 ., �12. She asked for £210 . £210.av. £10 10/. Fixed at �220 �220, and �11 by con Benjamin Henry Reed Lambert. Lots 3a, 4a, and 5a, sub allotment 17. Rau Street Albury. Assessed at £175 . £375 ., �26. He asked for £30 . £375 £26. Henry Farrington Jackson sworn Valu Ator of 45 years experience said the land was 198ft. By 175 feet 3in. Valued it at �1 per foot to Rau Street. Lambert had purchased it since the valuation. Was told he paid �325\for it. Appellant valued it at �30. The Maud was known As Schubach s subdivision. The valuation was in conformity with. The rest of the subdivision. ? �30 was and absurd value there were no. Other Appe Alfe in respect of similar land. The. Four lots were occupied As one and wer sex valued together. Portion was a Little Low. And was on a lower valuation. ?.appellant said there were Only three surveyed blocks not four. Witness said More ? buildings could be erected on the ground. The watercourse on the property was mostly at the Back. Appellant said hews the owner of be blocks. Lots 4 and 5 were unimproved blocks. A watercourse ran in 4 or 5 Yards from Schubach Street. It was not building land. There was a House on Block. 3. To or Tietyen. Java lived the two blocks unimproved at �30. Did not object to the valuation placed on the Block with the House of evaluation upheld at �175, �375, and �26. John ,jneal.-. Part of lot 8. Sub lot 30, racecourse lanef.1 assessed at . £4-t0 . £464. �24. Or asked for. . £310 . £464 £18. ? ? a. ? Appellant did. Not appear and the valuation was confirmed at �400, �464. And �24.?. An Appeal by Elizabeth Amelia Here Mandulay Street was withdrawn. F note re. G. V. ? unimproved capita al e ., improved capital. Value ? a. A v., assessed annual value h0ibe00, ? ? Iii ? a meeting of the Holbrook Branch of Lle Farmers and settlers association was held a the school of arts. Pre sent a messes. J. F. Nyhan in the chair. H. Parker j. Brady t. E. Kendall John Ross jun., b. Heirsch c. C. Nixon a j. Gifford and Cones Predence As follows was received on that motion of or. Kendall seconded by or. Parker Viz a from t. I. Campbell general Secretary enclosing balance Sheet for year ending december 30, 1919. From same with regard to scrutiny Ofa Tate Rolls. ?. I from same giving particulars in Reg ird to annual conference. F i from same notifying that conference had been altered from August 16 to 23. From under Secretary for agriculture re Winter school for Farmers. From or. J. S. Stewart notifying that in wag resigning from membership of the Branch. Or. Nyhan in welcoming members dealt with the political position and poin Ted out that it ? was More urgent than Over to at their association she uld. Stick together and do everything to get legis lation put on the statute Hoik that woul l be of use to primary Lurerta. He trusted members would not al Oil differences a political ideas have any effect. Upon the membership of the ranch it that All. Would ? continue to work with the that had been characteristic of Tho. Branch in the .or. Nyhan moved that a vote o. Con Dolence be forwarded to the relative of the late or. Murdoch Mcdonald he. Hav ing Boen one of the oldest and most respected members of the Branch. Tho motion was carried in silence members standing. A discussion arose in connection with the financial position of the a ranch and on the motion of or Parker seconded by or. Kendall. The president and Secretary were empowered to have All accounts paid and to hand Over the balance to the new treasurer or. Miller. Or. Ross moved that the Branch open an account in. One of the local panics the Secretary. And treasurer. To operate on same seconded by or. Mixer and car ried. Or. Kendall moved that the account be opened with the Bank of new South Wales. Seconded by. Or. Nixon Aud carried. Or. Kendall moved that the resignation of or. Stewart be accepted be ended by or. Ross carried. Or. Kendall moved that or. Ivhan be appointed As a Delegate to attend the annual conference in August seconded by. Or. Brady and carried. Or. Miller moved that or. Kendall be the other. Delegate. Or. Kendall in declining the position said that much is he would like to attend he Folt that this was a position that should go round. He ha3 already attended three Confer ence?., and he Felt he should give some on0 else a Chance. Or. Parker proposed that or. C. C Dixon be the other Delegate seconded by or. Ross and carried. Or. Miller proposed that or. John Roc jtra., he an alternative Delegate cd ended try or. Gifted and carried. Or. Parker proposed that or. Kendall be the other alternative Delegate secon if by or. Nyhan and carried. Motions for conference. Jar. 11059 proposed that Ron Serene strongly opposes any move neat that May be a add to revert to the system of single j state electorates 1 seconded by or. Kendall and carried s or. Kendall moved that conference ? of the opinion that in View of Tho High Cost of the minimum of it per week should be allowed for employees sop. Instead of the present pre War Etc 5/. For taxation purposes seconded by or. Ross and carried. Or. Wyliar. Moved that or. E. J. Plunkett. Be a member of the Rii Vic i. Seconded by or. Kendall carried military equipment provision of storage. Vast stores of military equipment which had been provided for Australia s fighting forces will shortly be arriving from eng land. The collection includes not oily nothing which was in store for austra Lian troops when hostilities ceased and was never required but also a great Deal of British material handed Over to the Commonwealth government. This com Prises practically speaking the lighting outfit of an army. In the near future various slips will arrive carrying army waggons and transport vehicles rifles machine guns and artillery. Web equipment and the Complete outfit of an infantry u-4ii Mii Siuai stores my Taratus and All other articles which to Day have taken the place of the simple Bow and Arrow and sword with which the Olden time Soldier used to Jio to War. The material according to present plans is to he distributed among the various states in each of which it will be housed in special ordnance stores sorted out and ready for distribution in of War mobilisation of the forces. Some of it will be used in the Ordinary course of training. All the stores handed Over by British authorities Are either new or in first class condition. Stores Arp now in course of erection in Queensland to hold that state s share of the equipment new South Wales has already stores erected and Therp will be additions made to them while in Victoria in addition to the existing stores it is Likely that recourse will be had to the proposed new stores at Seymour providing that the Federal parliament authorises the erection of the buildings there. It is believed that in objection to the site is Likely to be raised by the parliamentary. Works committee. ? a ? i a chinese herbalist Ivia Caulay St., Albur consultation hours . To 12 noon 2 To 5 7 pm to a p Fol vi1o Sass if hmm 4 and 18 june ? 15 and m ho1 9 a vifflt8 20, May 4 18, june 1, 15, and 29. Hours -2 12 no mkt Globe Hok j�6 % a so visits Ragga Ragga april 22, May 8 and 20, june 3 and 17, july l and Ernst on Virga Stalwi la i lome 5 pm railway h0t assures Quick clearances at i f tiled Coats collars i and Belt a usual 70/ f Sale Price 45/ in ? ? ? ? _ 4 ladies gabardine cos a 1umes, Grey and Navy Only per t. Feet usual 65/. Sale Price 39/6. \ Black and White Waterproof Oats usual. 45/. H Sale Price 25/. F ladies galoshes. A usual a 5/11. I Clearing at 3/11 pair i ladies Black Wool hop sack i skirts All usual 30/. I Clearing at 21/. I mousing Flannelette. I a usual 2/11. ? f Sale Price 1/11 cd. F 20 Only ladies All Wool indigo1 Serge costumes tailor made i silk lined usual �12 10/. F reduced to �9 10/ f ladies Winc Eyette blouses usual 12/6. I Sale Price 9/11 a. F Wool and Cotton singlets 0 very Long Short sleeves a usual 7/6. 1 Sale Price 5/6. F hundreds of other bargains. Of ?. --iui15 liar Irineu Zephyr shirts i m cd decks and stripes Gauntlet f usual 14/c ? 4 Sale Price 11/6 men s Felt hats in Navy and Brown double pressed Edge usual i 10/6,. Sale Price 8/6. Tailor made suits in Brown Wool worsted latest style and Vav feet usual �8 10/ Sale Price �7 5/. Men s colonial t veed suits m Grey and Brown tailored through i out usual 9d/. Sale Price 85/. J men s worsted suits in checks and usual �5 10/ Sale Price �4 10/ men s White Corduroy Tennis shirts double sewn All sizes usual 10/6.Sale Price 8/11 ? ? men s Strong Drill working 12/6.Sale Price 9/11m in s dark striped Denim shirts double Sean extra Strong. A usual14/6. _ Sale Price 12/6 it will pay you to visit us Georg Malouf and co. J the Busy drapers. Dean Street. Albury. J i for Economy Aid Best work the Walla Hume i a i 1 to motorists of Walla District. It will be to your interests when wanting repairs effected to run your car j or motor Cycle into Harry Giersh s garage having enlarged the garage and installed an up to Date engineering Plant car repair work of any description will be expeditiously and satisfactorily i -.? out by an experienced Mechanic. Cars renovated equal to new. 2 cars. F0s. Hies. 2 cars. Y always ready for Short or Long distance trips two reliable cars. Telephone no. 12. Correspondence promptly attended to. I i full set 05 duplicates for Fokd cars. I Tord repairs specialised in. F 4 $ Lati m0t0s teawsf0st. A.1.3 rave now opened an up to Dat All repairs ast overhauls to any makes of cae3. Batteries recharged. Oil. Petrol a2sd accessories stocked agents Fob Dodge Bros. Motor cars. ?. ? Beith and Boyd a weft str5iet. Albury. Between Olive and David Barm to. Uni to Lisi Silivi Phi Iii a a Lull Over Semi available for &&&3fy%j%& Ijar frizz Money. 70 guineas first poise. Minias a course it herbs pills a a thoroughly cleansing Edeeb Del word the system of impurities tone up it a organs rope Tefft sentence so effectively that a is into s a a letter i the first half the six missing words required to Complete the note sent Nee have been placed in an envelope sealed by Threa kerb is natives of the Ner Castle press lodged with the manager of Tho Bank and will be opened on Tho closing Day of Tho stunt. \ 5 tip rend the sentence thru and thru and the missing words will come to Yoa when you acc what i of consider Are the six missing words write them on a Sheet of paper. The second half now set to work and count up every letter e Vou can find in this Adver Ismeni which is not an easy As you uni Init think. Because it have Purpo Bly left the e omit of several words and the missing Twords a i to a top also contain a few and All these should be included in your tit prizes every person who sends in the Correct six missing words wins a Cash Bonus of ten shillings 10/- and for the Clever person Ivhon goes nearest to calculating correctly How Tizani times the letter e appears throughout this advertisement unit Sistig ones included there is a Cheque for 70 guineas. Tor the second nearest a a Cheque for 10 guineas for the third nearest a Cheque for 3 guineas Efto s going far the next 10 nearest 10/ each. To win the for Tho next 40 near St 5/ each. In fat a for Tho next 50 nearest 2/6 each. In Ulm As. Write the mus no word and the number of e i Osha Terai Sheet of Papor. The object the above of Money is being distributed in furtherance of on to make every person in the Commonwealth directly acquainted Frith the a iritis of Tho Throe Franoui australian remedies mentioned. Below in i to a Liova that compete Tor is so acquainted each attempt sent in should be one of the circulars printed in red and Black to be found inside the wrapper of any of our products. One circular enter Joti. For both parts of the stunt. You arc set Lilene to Sand in several tries provided each one is by a circular and every Linetra you Forward in Vrzich the six missing words ars Oor Reot wins 10-, you Hava the Chance of winning the 70 guineas of any of the lesser prizes whether you have the missing words Correct or not. If you Are unable to secure Auy of our lines from your local chemist or a torek Psi advisor them to get Sesie Tiniuc Diati or write to us for what you require enclosing postal notes or Stamps i q we wiil Forward goods by return. Following Are the prices pruno a cum cure quickly cares Reid 1/6 end 2/9 its Pes Taje is Hebo fills pan ports is health 1/3 bolls Kosuge i pruno threat fast ills make the threat god 1/3 Fox pet see i Send in your Anstress i without delay As is stunt will close immediately the is soon so Datri used after which Winner names will be Tenno coed a til Lead ing papers. Andrase letters As Folly win j. S. Slack w publicity manager pruno & herbs pills mfg. Co., Neisca the . Finally can j a elfish toll til your Arlen in a Boot Solo. Tea Are boast to fee to Lis cons Beme Disi and pills the lore Asig Sertain of Geum a Euno bbl a fikreo3. The re arc Nyno Bostur and a of bottle you Bur a itch Job Solber cd inca 1 a to Trines a. Sosa one i3u 8t win Tho 70 nine a. Who Cotou
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