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Armidale Chronicle (Newspaper) - August 27, 1919, Armidale, New South Wales For duty done. Returned soldiers presents medals with any battalion Colour it and 15-ct. Gold. Also Gold chains watches pfc links plenty of other useful presents. Write for designs of the medals and Price a at a Himmelhoch Brothers the Only working jewellers watch makers Stone cutters. Imperial buildings Armidale. Spectacles to suit All sights. All kinds of repairs done on the premises. Chaff Corn and potatoes and All classes of produce h i lard s general store and produce Mart Liuedean St opposite St. Hilda hotel. Kesh groceries and Ironmongery at lowest prices. Telephone 163. Go sing and co., Beardy St. West Armidale. Grocer & greengrocer merchant. Best Quality goods at lowest prices. Produce bought and sold. Orders delivered. Telephone 385. 37s tonic wine digestive nutritive and stimulating. All it / souvenirs in memory of the great event. And what is More suitable than an article of jewellery suitably inscribed. We have the largest and most varied and up to Date Stock in the North. Gold brooches from 4s 6d Tojo 10 each. Bangles from 10s to Jolo each. Ear rings set neck lets pendants. Lovely wristlet watches. Engagement rings Beautiful designs. Wedding rings wedding presents. Gent.6 watches of All descriptions. Alberts wallets and other articles too numer Ous to mention. The largest Stock of Sterling Silver and a in the kerch. Isva %. It watches and clocks scientifically repaired and kept clean for twelve Mouths. Plain initials engraved free on All goods purchased from alle1ne Fletcher & son leading jewellers of the North. Be Ray Strep Midale. As or. A. Horner Fletcher mio., is returning from the War he will resume management of the optical department. Alleine Fletcher. 9 a Saddle and harness maker Beapdy-St., Armidale opposite Tattersall s hotel. Large assortment of saddles and haltness on baud. All kinds of saddlery neatly and promptly repaired. Phone no. 25. Coltman s bakery Marsh Street Armidale. Best Quality bread delivered to any part of the town. Rohrs May be booked at burling s phone 335. K35s 4k & w do you jazz ? whether or not you will probably require a new dress in anticipation of the numerous dances to be held during the next Mouth by so. Which reminds us that we have a particularly Fine Range of Silks and other suitable materials for smart dance frocks. If you want to be the Belle of the Ball come in and look at the following a 40-Inch Chiffon taffeta in Lillack 27-Inch White Jap. Silks at 2/8, while Pink Navy & mole�?12/6. 2/11, 3/6, 3/11, & 4/6. M 40-Inch Pailette silk in Lillack 36-Inch White Jap. Silks Al 4/11. While Ami Navy,�?10/6, 11/6, and 12/6. 27-Inch Navy & Black Silks 2/11, 3/6, 4/6, 4/11. Crepe de Chenes Ivory 10/6 & 12/6 Black 8/11, 10/6, & 12/6 27-Inch coloured Jap. Silks in Navy 10/6 & 12/6 Crown 8/11 Maroon Pink. Sky Russore ill own mole 12/6. Vieux Hose save ulna�?3/6 cd. 42-Inch Ninons in Ivory Pink. Of axe also a poll hair of Dolors in 20ln. Anil navy�?4/11 Yard. Glace silks�?4/11 & 6/6. The store with the goods " the Block Corner Beardy and Marsha streets Armidale. Phenol 7. And at 21 Leaden Hall St., London. W i modern furniture Oak or Maple at Richardson s Richardson s display the Furni Ture in their Large showroom just As it would appear in the Home. Schemes for each room Are shown displayed in the latest and most up to Date methods. A Home can b e furnished Complete for �100, �150, �250, & �750. We Are experts at window treatments. Dwarf curtains casement curtains Spring roller blinds in any design made to 3-our order. We have a splendid Range of linoleum Hearth rugs Aud door Mats. Take our advice " Don t buy from see the goods yourself unbroken and in Good condition our stores. When requiring furniture give us a visit we will save you Money. J. Richardson & co., ltd., House furnishes & general merchants Armidale. Armidale literary Institute. Treading Boom hours 10 , tool 11 . Library 10 , to 12 noon 1.30 . To 6.30 . 7.30 to 8.30 . Saturday nights�?7 to 9 on wednesday afternoons and evenings the Library is closed. Billiard room hours�?11 . To 11 . Membership�?6s per Quarter for gents., j 4s per Quarter for ladies. Monthly visitors 1b fid per month As from 1st Janu Ary 1917. I the Library Aud Reading Boom Are among the Best in the provinces. Two books Are available to subscribers at a time excellent billiard and card rooms. R. A. C. Grant 029 Hon Secretary Epstein s fruit and vegetable Arcade Beardy Street Armidale opposite Curtis s. Choicest fruits in season. Best brands confectionery in Stock. Also newly furnished Tea rooms i Plo Date. Luncheon daily. 1 514 j. S. Morris begs to advise his friends and the Public generally that lie has taken Over the Gas pitting & plumbing business hitherto earned on by or. Mabou As from 1st january and Hopes to Merit a share of Public patronage. All work entrusted to him will have the Best care and attention and Asun Der or. Malinov the i ices will be right j. S. Norris Jessie St. Armidale. L lioneil69. 341 Flowers and vegetables. Tjie Flower. Garden. Prot oils Beautiful annual 0. Native of South Africa is of recent introduction. It grows to a height of about 21 feet and under congenial Coli Pitons is of branching habit mid attains a Width similar in dimensions to its height. The foliage is Largo and of palc grown tint. The Flowers no Borno in Long stems and have a diameter of 2� to 3 inches they Are single and Daisy like. J he Colour of the Flowers is White with a narrow yellow zone at the base sur rounding a Light Blue disc. The re verse Side of the petals has a Lilor glue tint. The Are Totis is easily raised from seeds and will grow in any Ordinary Garden soil but grows to perfection in deep Well manured Sandy Loam. Transplant a Etc slings 2ft. Apart. The . Pretty and unique Little Plant is an annual of compact Bushy habit growing to a height of about 15 inches. Among the wiry misty foliage Nestle numerous Large double Flowers of Pale Blue or White lint. The Peculiar characteristic of the Plant in producing its Flowers in partially hidden positions among its abundant feathery foliage has suggested its familiar names i Jove a Mist and this Flower has Long been a Favourite with those who have a taste for the old fashioned. The recently introduced variety miss Jerky Al has Beautiful Bright Blue Flowers. Everlasting Flower s. A there arc Many varieties of those their Ever lasting character being the Conse Quence of the Chaffy texture of the petals. Among the most suitable of those for australian gardens Are the acro minium Rhoda the Shelieh Roysum and Gomp Luena. In height they Are similar each growing to a height of about 2 feet. They will All grow in any Ordinary Loam. The Aero minium and Rhoda the have Beautiful Flowers of White or Pink and thrive in a situation facing eastward. The other Throe Delight in a sunny situation. The Gomph Roua seeds should not he a own till Spring or Early summer but seeds of the others Mav he sown now. The Hho Dahlhe mks a Beautiful pot Plant if the ends of the shoots he pinched Hack to secure u compact Bushy growth. The Heli Chr Mim has Large double Flowers of Many tints embracing White Pink Rase and yellow. The vegetal to g a Hen. The Aroha pen. A this is one of tile Best main crop peas in existence. The vigorous plants grow to a height of 21 feet and Bear in abundance Long Well filled handsome pods containing Large pens of delicious flavor. Tito writer recommends to Aroha to froth private growers and Market Garden ers. Other Good pens for present Plant ing Are Austral stratagem Defiance and Yorkshire hero. Babies Are Australia s Best immigrants in Many Homes Haby does not appear \ orca try to the disappointment of Hus band am wife. A Pooh on this mat Ter contains valued information and advice. Copies free if 2d sent for postage. Licit. To a Natura health co. Mrs. D. M. Cliffordt 49 Elizabeth Street. Melbourne the Ivonee item ailment is consid i Rin lie in i a allowing returned soldiers of us a Leters in connection with liieir1 businesses. A former decision prohibited it. Items of interest. A Soldier got aboard the Sydney express at Albury by mistake. On arrival at Mulcairn to conductor ordered Bim Oft. A free fight ensued Between the Soldier and four or five railway men. The express was delayed about 20 minutes. Throe attempts were made to Start hut each Lime the Soldier jumped on. Eventually he Wou by jump in on i Ward j no irm onor i of. He was however removed with out trouble at Sugga. It is announced from Washington in d or. Joseph Folk of love nor of Missouri and counsel to the egyptian commission visiting the. United states Lias filed a Brief with the Senate foreign notations committee charging the British control in Egypt with being , while the league of1 nations owing to British influence is unable to Lake action. Or. Folk Al lege that s00 natives were killed 111 the recent disorders in Egypt. According to statements made before a cons Onmi a lpns ii Hijii so 1. Ilo i ugh is 111 Masler a Mem a i association have great Diffie Irv in obtaining chair. It is believed that the main cause of the trouble is the Hoard ing of trucks by certain people. The position is so Duto and unless it is eased a huge number of to smaller carriers Are fared with ruin. Hid com Mission derided to Call for is return of All chaff above five tons bold in the state at the annual meeting of the secondary teaehers1 association. Sydney or. Murphy said they Laid the labor Council starting a College on its own because their system of education was coming into contempt. There is something radically wrong lie said. There never was so much greed in the world. Look at the profiteering. Mysticism has lost its bold. Parlia ment is u disgrace. Who alone can save the nation the teacher. Yot to arc asked to stuff children just in the same a Vas sausages Are stuffed with so much material. We simply stuff them for examination the largest Firo that has occurred at Wollon plug for Manv years broke out in a. Parsons and co s Timber Mill mid joinery works on saturday after noon. The fire spread rapidly. The local fire brigade was quickly on the scene. There ism a splendid pressure of water but the fire had got Sueh a hold that for fully an hour the firemen had a hard fight. After some of the buildings had collapsed the firemen we in Able 14i get the fire under control bin Nul before it had reached the roof of the methodist Church. It is believed time the fire broke out in the boiler room. The damage to Mae Hiuer and Timber is estimated at fully �500. Writing from London or. J. Lew is m.l.c., of South Australia says that he wont to Sec the Derby and to bad never seen such a disgraceful course. It was dangerous to both and rider being full of holes from i Inch to live and six inches deep with t is Soof of Glass Between the holes. 1 Hail always understood that the Derhy course was very bad he writes and everything primitive but 1 had no idea that it was so Dis Graceful. I wrote to the English press suggesting improvements and advising them to get practical men out from Australia to see the Way they run at i in Narm and iof. A 1 m Victoria Park and Morphet Villo. But they did not take the slightest notice of my letter. To lev decline to take 1 advice from one who knows his Husi pm Nishko pain a i will chamber i,-.-- Halm punishes pain and semis i away. Korv ache and. Pain in i Vinglis and Muscles should be Ireal a his Way. Chamberlain s pain Halm dons not irritate but soothes and relieves. Sold by All chemists and

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