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Armidale Chronicle Newspaper Archives Jun 16 1923, Page 1

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Armidale Chronicle (Newspaper) - June 16, 1923, Armidale, New South Wales Alarm clocks of All kinds from 12/6. Tell the time at night Luminous dial 17/6. Wake you at any Bens baby ben6, 25/ Syd Ney Price. All kinds of striking clocks eight Days from 32/6. Also All makes of fancy clocks at. Himmelhoch Bros working watchmakers jewellers opticians. All work done on the premises. Spectacles to suit All sights. New lenses fitted to any kind of spectacles. Repairs on the shortest notice. G. Booth agent for Glen Innes Nursery. All fruit Tress at catalogue prices. Roses shrubs and hedge plants grape vines plus freight. Cat or write for catalogue. Geo. Booth s so facts depot. Next Arcadia pictures. I we have made full preparation for the coming Winter. Our store is i k Replete with everything necessary for the defying of new England s Otid and More important the a blocs will be found the lowest. A f. Visit of inspection Wal convince you of this act. Combined with a k Quality our prices defy Competition. Being at present Over stocked a. Customers will and All goods greatly to duped. Z just a few of the numerous bargains v i Cream Flannelette 30in.�?6id Yard 6/ dozen. A k striped Flannelette 30in.�?sid Yard 9/ dozen. Blankets blankets 9 i we have an extra big Supply of blankets on hand and in cons a Quence we have decided to reduce the prices of same. Grey All a Wool double bed blankets 81 x 99�?18/6. Another line 72 x 90 z i �?13/6. A v i ail Wool travelling bugs extra big Siz 25/ Down quilts double a. Bed size 25/ Blazer flannel All colours Best Quality All Wool z 3/9 Yard dress tweeds All Wool Check and smart designs 42 a Inch 3/9 Yard 42in. Alt Wool Serge 2/11 Yard. A l Cashmere Hose All Wool 2/11 pair ladies ail Wool ribbed Hose z 4/11 pair silk leg Hose 3/6 pair men s Woollen sox ribbed a 1/5 pair. A i heavy Tweed tailored suits big variety 55/ boys a Wool Tweed z 1 suits All sizes 18/6, 22/6, and 30/ men s colonial Tweed w trousers All Wool 10/6. A men s sweaters All Wool 12/6 men s All Wool sweater Coats z 14/6. A i ladies All Wooi singlets All sizes 3/6 each a Wool Coates All a i colours from 13/6 to 19/11 ladies a Wool scarfs Large z size ib/6 each. I inspect our Stock of boots and shoes before purchasing elsewhere. A. Tile Quality and Price will suit you. A Cuti Cura soap 9d cake Large Bath soap 3 cakes for 1/. I Coates Cotton 400yds., All numbers 4 d Beel. A if Low prices and Good Quality interest you shop at Hanna s. A country people can mail their orders secure in the Confidence z i that their requirements will be faithfully served. Wis pay i All freight. A we Abe specialists in Bond s stockings. Z i m. & m. Hanna the bargain Kings a 157 Beardy Street. Armidale. Phone 26 z Sale of men s and boys overcoats men s and boys underwear at Richardson s. Starts to Day saturday june 16 we Are offering the whole of our Stock of men s and boys overcoats and men s and boys underwear at reduced prices. This is an Opportunity of a lifetime. This Stock is already the Best value in town and with the 4 Sale reductions it is an absolute gift we have very big. Stocks and must Clear them to make room for other goods coming in. The bulk of our overcoat Stock is English made beautifully Cut and made and most reasonably priced. We have a Fine line of men s Beavy overcoats at 45s. Sale Price. Splendidly Cut men s gabardine Coats in All sizes at 30s. Takes some heating. Everything is specially reduced at least to per cent and Many lines a Good Deal Mord. Don t miss this great Opportunity. J. Richardson co. Limited Arm i Dale. Motion. All persons found trespassing on Fairfield or Hill Park or any of i my leased country Yville be prosecuted. E. R. Finlayson 652 Fairfield. How often do you Stop end think that your yet your precious eyes May be crying for help1 and you do nothing to relieve diem Stop this neglect my have them examined at once. Correct methods in the examination of die eyes Are the Only methods when it comes to producing results. Our optical depart ment is equipped for producing these results a but equipment alone will not do it the work must be done by a competent optician with years of experience such As we employ. Glasses or better glasses Are advised Only when necessary. The results you obtain with our glasses Are guaranteed to be satisfactory. Make an appointment right a Way. A. Horner Fletcher . Late with Frederick Bate Man really the Best violin Tea her at the College. Lessons Don t comic no until monday however so i have a few Days in which to get settled Down Here before we begin work. The Hostel is a very big place and quite comfortable. Of course ail the Stu dents arc not Back yet so it is rather quiet in comparison to what it will be later of i am not allowed to go out alone As i do not know London yet although i dare say i could find my Way about if necessary. Miss Godson and i both benefited by the trip Over. She has put on nearly a Stone in weight and i have gained More than a Stone. We did t have a rough Day from Start to finish so of course were not seasick. We played a great Deal of sport and had a thoroughly Happy time. The three weeks we spent to Gether in London were aug pleasant. About half a dozen of our friends from the boat were staying at the same House As we were so we went about in parties to the various places of interest. We saw the Tower of London St. Paul a the Abbey aus Trulia hours where to saw familiar australian scenes on the Cine Mabon Joy Stich Suid Buckingham Palace Hyde t Oil cd Etc. And of course were All round Piccadilly Trafalgar Square Oxford nod Regent streets and the great shopping centres. One Day we were taken All Over the Doulton China factories. It was most interesting. The Hostel is situated Nert door to the Royal Albert Hall with the College of music on one Side of it and Hyde Park and Kensington gardens on the other. A so you can see it is in a very Nice locality. There Are Many other col Leges and universities round and also the big natural history Masoum. Accept my Best wishes and also convey them to the other members of Tho committee. Red Cross society. At the monthly meeting of the lied Cross society mrs. W. Curtis pre sided in the unavoidable absence of the president mrs. P. J. White. There were also present my Dumos beading Cohen West Misa Dight mrs. Madam Hou. Treasure Rand mrs. B. N. Hick son lion. Secretary. A report dealing with the Street stall recently conducted by the society showed hint the Nett profit was �80, distributed us follows �30 for the maintenance of cots in Tho Benwick Hospital for pick children �35 for the maintenance of the Are Midolo bed in the soldiers consumptive heme at Boddington and �20 for comforts for the incapacitated soldiers at Gray to Waite. At the sewing Bee which followed Trio bed Cross society s meeting Over 100 Pillow slips for the local Hospital wore Cut up. Anyone anxious to assist May obtain slips to make up by applying to the Secretary mrs. B. N. Hickson. The bed Cross society wishes to thank the Alliance sewing machine be pairing co., whose offices Are at or. J. Ramsay a Boardy-St., for overhauling All the society s machines free of charge. Football. Rugby league. Of the local sports ground last wednesday centrals Defeated High school l y 11 Points to 6 in a a Grade match. For the winners k. Jones scored two tries and s. Taylor one the latter player also kicking a goal. M. Jones and c. Dulling scored for High school. This saturday afternoon s fixtures for the local sports ground Are a South Aringdale a. Til Buster b Grad eat 2 o clock West annl Dale v. Uralla a Grad eat 3.15. Sooth Aringdale first graders journey to Guyra and West Armidale second graders. Play Dumaresq on the tatter s ground. Soulli b Grade team to play til Buster on the sports ground at 2 Pun. To Day saturday will he selected from 11. Clarence a. Murray w. Blok 6. Packer w Schaefer w. M Donald j. Roach t. Martin r. Townsend c. Kingdom a. Lewis a. Kingdom j. Blackw. Amorn j. Burt k. Place j. Fury g. Parsons. Rugby Union. The Armidale school will meet King s school Sydney on the former s ground this saturday afternoon commencing at 3 o clock. A Good gain should result. Wendi rent Peppermint cure. For coughs and colds never fails

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