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Why She Slaved. —Mr.; Ai'.vell had had a quarrel wiih her maid, Lizzie, :i- prcihiei, of the Enierahl Isle, and the maid remarked that sbr: would leave. •'Lizaie," s.»ict ihe m'i'itrois. severely, "you must stay until I get another t'iri." " I intend to, mum." Lizzie. '" JShure it's on'y risdji snine wan should tell her the kind of a v.-onnn ye are."

iSSBBJaS 4. R R A H JAR R A H Full Storks of JARRAH and SEASONED JARRAH FLOORING crt hand. ' MILLAR'S WEST AUSTRALIAN HARDWOODS COMPANY, LTD. 1' ARGE STOCKS Or SEASONED RED PINE, OREGON, and otliar IMPORTED TIMBERS. Lowest Quotations. H. V. HADDOCK, LTD., Richardson street. npENDERS are. invited fill noon on tho JL 12th inst. for ERECTING a CT/ASS ROOM (Brick) for tho Caversham Presbyterian Church. J. A. BURNSIDE, Registered Architect. fjjIIMBER Direct from our own Saw-mills; JL lowest quotations given. Henry F. Moss, Ltd., 281 Princes stheet. FOR SALE (cheap), AH Kinds"Building Timber; space necessary for larue stocks to arrive; special concessions cash customers. Keith Ramsay, Lower Rattray street. TIMBER Merchant.—Howison. 24 Filleul str«=fc. x\U stocks thoroughly seasoned. Lime, Cciaeut. Lowest quotations on application.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 15692, 5 January 1915

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