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Correspondence. COMPULSORY MILITARISM. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 20 June 1914

gorresplonence. COMPUL.SORY MILITARIS3M. F. .1. Rolberts, 12.5 New-street. 31id die Brighton, writes :-Sir,-Finding" I nut unable to obtain justice, I write earnestlr appealinir to your readsrs to use their iflnucnce to Iprotect Ausitral ian .lads in various States front unjiil treatment fron"t the I)efence Depart nent. My owit son at this m(itiint liis` in '- solitt'ryreconfine~ent cell in the Qaeenscliff fortress for ino other amisdemeanor than loyalty to his par ents' viewd of Christian teaching, and thus our cherished right of parntal control has been forced from us. Our Totu; a lad of 16, was sent to Quterl cliff .on Wednesday: last week for 21 daysv for refusing to train unler tilhe Defence Act. -- wife and I are mtem hers of the Society of F'riendls, al1 Iold- strong convictions against mili tary matters, a principle held vital. for entturies, in the religious viesa "i tile Quakers andl others, ati holes cr your readers may differ frontm mie ,n this point I aam quite sure tha...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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THE GLENHUNTLY SERVICE. TRUST RECOMMEND CURTAILMENT IN VIEW OF SMALL REVENUE. COUNCIL DECIDES TO BEAR THE LOSS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 20 June 1914

TIH GLENIIHINTLY SERVICE. "TRUST RE4COMMEND CURTAIL- . MENT .IN VIEW OF SMALL HIfEVENUE. COUNCI DECIDES TO'BER THE : C 5 LOSS. At the previous mredtin 'of the Gaul field.: Council a'. report was received from the 'l'rahran dnd ailvein Tram wvay's Trustiresarrding, the small re turn on . the :'Gleihuntly line from Hawthorn road .to Grange road. They .-suggested that a dar should ? e taken off between, Glenhuntly and El sternwick : duaring the winter months from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. daily, and also after- 7 p.m.;, and that the other car. should - run .lytween Hawthorn road and Grange road. If, this proposal .were giveni effect to it would meanr a reduction' in: the ser vice at the ,ilsternwick end of the line to a.: ttwenty-sinute one instead of; ten. as at pres·nt. Councillors expressed .the opinioni that it would also.,give a set: back to the town, and; further, that the profit on the trustfs lines would to a large extent cover- the loss on the Glaenuntly sec tion. T ihe council decide...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 20 June 1914

Telephone 128 Windsor. Only Aaddrss G. Brunning & Sons, BRIGIITON ROAD; ST. KILDA, NOT MELBOURNE. Established 50 Years. Largest Plant Nurseries in the Cor~ monwealth. 250,0o0 Plants and 40,000 Roses.i Write for New Catalogues (Post Free) The Nurseries .are within three minutis of the Ripponlea Station ! and Brighton Road Tram Terminus. HOMEE HINTS ON BUILDING, BUILD WITHOUT DEPOSI f; A unique opportunity presents it Eelf to the owner of an allotment of and as without any further cash if desired I will build an up-to-date and modern -Villa. up to 7 rooms, replete with all conveniences and appintmenti -~cepayments as weekly rent, covering interest and principal-the interest re ucipg as each payment. is made,. and I gie you the option to pay off any amount, or the whole, at any time, without extra interest. Plans, esti mates free. If you have a deposit, and have land in view, I will buy same, and erect a hotme on the same terms. In case of illnes'i or unemploy ment, payments ar...

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CHAIRS FOR THE BAND. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 20 June 1914

CHAIRS FOR THE BAND. At the meeting of the Brighton Council on Monday evening. the, band committee applied for. 50 additional chairs at the Drill IRoom, as they were unable to accomniodate the large crowds that patronised the Saturday,-night picture shows. Crs: IIanbyrand Alford moved that the re. lust I e complied with. Cr. Pullman moved, as an amend mentot that the matter be.referred to ths finance. committee for considera tion. 'The -land was evidently nm:tin., three times as much prolit as they anticipated. The cost of the chairs wvas only about £15, and the band should buy the chairs themselves, and the council could buy them back if necessary. Why should the council provide the chairs to enable the fond to make even more money ? They got thde hall cheap enoughl-they paid less rent than the previous lessee. Cr. Green seconded the amendment. Cr. Alford.-The chairs are for the benefit of our. own ratepayers, and not the biond.' The profit on the fI;r? entertainment was only Gd. C...

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Electric Trams THE BALACLAVA ROAD LINE. RETURN OF THE FIRST YEAR'S WORKINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 20 June 1914

TIE BIALACLAVA ROAD LINE. I2ETURIN OF TI111 FIR1T YE>;t'S WORIlLNGS. An intcresting return was submitted to the GCaulfield Council at the meet in- on ?luesday evcning of the. lirst year'es working on the lialaclav'a road The' figures for every four weeks dur ing the period- were as follows: 1913. Passengers. TevenueY `June' 4 .........819 £506 1 July 2 ........ 85,761 519 O,10 July 30 .....4 ... 106,195 76710 3 August97 2 ... ... 122:,155 .895 Sept. ...... 133,682 . 99315 8 Oct ; " '.. .... 15.1,409 1,158 15 10 Nov 19 ...' ... 193,691 '1,;H69 9 5 Dec. 17 ,. .. 235,5 1,750 9 9 914 Passengers. Revenue. ;Jan. 1.. '308,956 "?,489 7. 4 Fel1b .. ...ki1' 397,148 0,39j 0 . Sar2i9' 11 ... 309,693 i,353 6 8 April 8 . . 72,61' 1;/,7 1 3 ay: 6 .. .. 3. 239,19J 1,91? 9 2 Total ; .2550 385 £19029 311 Aerages :-Passengers per car mile, 371.:,. revenue, 12.S55d.

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Progress Leagues MOORABBIN AND HIGHETT. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 20 June 1914

Progress leagues MO0R 3DBIN ANsD BIGEIIlTI7. . There wiisu .gtbodn ttenunuce I8t t hi |monthly°meeting, in thes Moorabl$n .State School`; oi Jlhursday evenhinig, Mr.W. \. = i. riertt (president) in the h:'e Eduiication Deparitment forwaird ed iregulations under. which the State School would be anvalilbld for the iitonthly, .neetings pending the Serec-: tioni of alocal public hall. It twas decided to , make the- usual applica tion. to the school committee. " The mnatter of electing. a committeo in was held over, from the irevious ';meeting, and. lessrs. T. S., Smith; W. .Simpson ,t. Bevis, D. Green and J. "Gilpiai were lccted, otlher nomimees hbeing lMessrs. W. Barnett, L. Allen. Dix: and D.. Urtquhart. h ir, Cuddigan was elected auditor. Consideration was given to rules sulbmitted by the committee, which were eventually adopted. Atu. uco. ostayner 1no0u1 thila jt ha a suegestion to thie council to alter the name of Cheltenham road, which was misleading to many people. A timber carte...

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Our Band. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 20 June 1914

Our- Band, Thle usual good programme of moving pictures will be given by the Band (Committee at the Drill Room to-night. This show is run on lines to suit the taste of the local public, and itc popularity may ;:e ';elld I.v the crowded halls which assemble on Saturday nights. The great star pie. Lure for this evening is ,a special two reel Western and Northern story, ean titled Breed of the North. Among the other pictures are The Railroader's Warning, The HIalf-Breed's Mercy, Flood Time, and Noise From the Deep. Also, 'by request, Bournville, showing the manufacture of cocoa, &c. In addition to this fine series of pictures. Mr. Arthur Douglas, the alnous SCoten COmedianOtIII si11l illg. During the evening the result of "Dingley Doll" competition will be announced. The band and orchestra wvill play musical selections under the baton of Mr. II. Glenn. Next week The Great Jakaks, the wonderful com edv acrobats, will appear,

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Tennis. BRIGHTON CHURCHES. TO-DAY'S FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 20 June 1914

Tenni. - --llDI BRITIITON, CIIMURCHI ; ..ES £ DTO-DAY'S riTUIES Ne.'w street . S't. tlnmfrew s St.':tliiik's -Ar. 3 Mill street B.;: ' Presbyterian'B'v.:Sb. 3ark'sgB. 31ill street "A v: Prllivterinah A.. Ccngregational na. bye. -resbyterianii B v. lill street A., Miss Groom lid Miss lFergusoni (P.B.) lost to Miss Thomias and-! Miss Rey nols. 3-s , 6-5. (' cssrs 31iuiro -and; Leith' (1':;.) lost to i.~lssis Neilsorn and RIemfiy, 3--6, '6-3- . leith and hMiss Ieri.uson"i ('.13.):. tied with "Neil: son hnd i Miiss. :'lIhol?ins, --6, -2. Mitinro and .Miss Grosiiri (1.R.), lost to leimfer and M3iss :10 i)noldn''ff-1, -?6 I're~slytrii'n ; 33 amnes-; ,Mill street, .1 gaines. l'reshyteriani a walk otver,'. Con.regatiional "s-* St.. Andrew's.-= 1isss Richalrd and Knight (C.) beat SMisseus M'ri.ht and Stephens, 6---, i --3. Messrs ITtnner and Ellis (C. ' I eat M\lessrse;ymnds noidcd' ?nll oi, 6- Si-I. Tunrier and Miss R]ickaiirds (C.) Ieat Ynung .and 31iss Wright; 6-t . ti-=-I. Ellis aid 'Iti...

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Reserves Wanted THE BENTLEIGH RECREATION GROUND. TRUSTEES ELECTED. CONTRIBUTIONS TO DATE £230. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 20 June 1914

C0 UT N Au 'rous O C t ; . ..:. :rrusTEES, EIEC'Ir?I , ,. a .'el-.. tte:Ided .ni?eting ' of u?l scrit? . cr `to. th?e fund for. ilia purchase ,of a recreationi reserve at Bentht~gh',was lield at= the BIctdeiglh hall on Thurs hiiy ifot the 'purpose of electing trus tees. Th~el shlire president (Cr. Fei:li SiuIdo) *Icaupied the chaii. Cr. Ierdinando congratulated ?themi upon the pau chase they, had nuide, and lhso tpo1n the success tihat hrid atten dled their alilpel for funds. Itf any evidence -was noeded of their determini ationi to carryt out the 'movoemelin tit at suc?essful issue they hadlit it thit spilendid attenmlance at the lmeeting:. lipart. finn the donationt of £50 -,by. the .coatcil. they had collccted ablout L'°Ol00, whiich was liighly- satisiactory. l considered that such niovements shouldl I encouraged as mluchl as Ipos sible, and mentioned thatl the tlesi lents of .t the lint Ilidin were nalo It.l- it to nmo e:in the .direction oif :se tirin' a reserve .hult Soniethij...

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MR. MEALY IN THE ARENA. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 20 June 1914

,8. .wA.a,, IN 'ITIE AHRENA. l3r. J. D)arley 31eaJy, J.l., definitely Unlioi?nces his ntriv into the field in another part of th is i=siue. JMr. Nealy is too well lnoen to require introduc tion to lcdi ratepavers, but cmphlasis might !.e laid upon, his qualiications ns a sound, practical business man, wit alnlple leisure to devote to the public i lllrcit. "Blaclk Iock" writec :-Sir.-Tle dit fercnt attenspts by the Southli and Wiest Iidinos to obtain .eeverance were iin'le in vain, and although the pcSi tion is now far imore acut thanii it wis a few years ago, thie vroslrct: ,i coulvilcin, the Minister are almost il. Ii all that thenre is tile pros pect of gainin g lracticallv all we want by other means. With the two coastal ridins,, subdivided into tlhre rilihlr's each retulrning three members. the first tlhing uoao woulld l e to ir ran"g for thu place oa tiectinD to Ie on the Sandringhanu line of railwahy - at the most convenient centre. E\en if theoollie were kept a little hiner u...

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A BADAAR TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 20 June 1914

.A -,uDA:A TO.:BE HELI).-- .. Ait ami ftler neetin. d of the sal:scrib cs Cr. liaur'e'imeitiote.d .that, thu iluonitioiinsanii I romises, together with theI conlicil's c ntributinu, aimounted to. .'2;l5 1/-.; :That was encouraging, lut- thlly :wolhl .hlntv :to work in ordaur to pay' of the. bulanc<. An nniunoit-of I0 lO0.I.lhidcl to l ipaid by .line 2-, nial , the remaining taw5 witiin ,;si nobthls. t ,"t1 had I.ccn; suiggestid timt thes shliould hold . lruzar?. Mlr. .Iod, 3I.IH.R., ihad iritten sflting th it ' as there would Io an electionvery 'slort ly he was not pIrmlittcd7v lawi- tto contrilliti anyvtlhing;: ' otherwiise hie would: have, I;cn only. too pleised l'to forwarn a dlniitionh.I A ir.- A.yW flr liad senlt alonh' I".l]/-./ ;'. :".; tlianks nfit hli ae tliig lio te.deretil' to the la]lies- fr. tliud .ittterust; thily:v ihaid 'lisllayed in dhe lniatter. : 'Je leaist thit tLhe trustees coiild di::;iuld "' ie to set aside an airea ,for teniis.i ' .-; Mlr. "tkeiy: ...

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MOORABBIN. THE WEST RIDING VACANCY. MR. W. H. BARNETT'S VIEWS. A & CENTRAL RIDING MUST COME. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 20 June 1914

S-MOOHIABBIN THE WEST IUDING VACANOY. MR. W. H.' BARNETT'S VII'WS. A CENTitAT, RIIDIIG MUST TCOME. .Iocall 'iniinicipalo: election matters de;: rliscussed at the monthly imeeting of : ',the. Mo[oranlhin: andl,.Iighett Plro 'ress Associaticni on Thursday: flie'' ,presidint:.(lr. -i. H;. Brnett) ruled that it snws within the province of tlhoe .ssdciation to discuss local 'isiicipal miniatters; and particularly, if anythint .were wanted in regard to the local representation.- The local elec tionsiiS were- olien contests, and .they idould niot Le opposing councillors- : .l Member=-And id e have still: got our'1714 it this end. .lrr. Smith.--I believe themre are three candidates in; the. field. -3essr's I. ,Beis end: C. Stayner moved tliht the associatioi' ri? a can" didatii for thed West Riding, a mnembler of:l the association plreferred: -A: good l dealof discission took place oveor"' the. '!plireference to) unionists" claui-e ,'" and ithe general feeling was thait the'associatioil sho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 20 June 1914

Elsternwick ?.- " FRESH FOOD SUPPLY. . ,Showeli's, --,ty d, A Few D)oors B.:Inw E S. & A. B?lnk? We.speialise i ,re 1 e ovisir Trade, keep the ver It ,lr. nm able,. and -w-ill riot lie nm,!sLoid. All Goods kept in Cooling Chani` her. l:ggs from Cool Districts Fresh Twice a Week. Choicest. Butter and Cheese fromn Western District Factories. - Kinldly'.Remember This-Whether your Order is -Worthl a Shilling ora nPound we Delivcr it. Proniptly aid in; a'careful and iUp-to-Date W. H. Nicholson begs to intimate to the the Public of Glen Huntly, Carnegie, Ormond and Surrounding District.. hathet h . -. Opened a.Store at Glen Huntly ! (Late Blundy), Sand has a Full Stock of Groceries, Crockery, and Ironmongory. The Favor of your Patronage is respectively Solicited GOODS DELIVERED DAILY. STORES-Brlighton, lsternwick, Balaclava and Olen Huntly. W. H. NIeHOLSON, Grocer, Wine & Spirit Merchant : 'phone 641 Brighton. Saddlery. ,S+.?lddlery. Maddlery. T. J. IVAHONEY, ý rtJ. A.) y ...

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COUNCIL VOTES £50. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 20 June 1914

COUNCIL u YOTES -.50.: _Ad 3loiidany's meeting ofthie Bloor abbin. ' Council ;tbh8 committee wrot4 asking thatith. £50:placed on -the estimates towards n ?, recieation re eere: nat. Bentlei.gh~he mnide available. Cr. ', Burbess statedi that the com mittiet had pjarchased 6.( acres of Indtl in Centre road, nt a cost of £CC1t, of which .t000 had to ihe paid hy Jlune 2'. iHe movel that the reo.lest Ic complied with. Cr. Scwhis secolted the motion. The Secr tart- explained that the na'mount was not iplaced on the esti llmates fort t?he clurrent year. The President c nsidered that the' should do everything possible to e cule recreatlioni ls?erve for the rei dents. lie hop(,d tChat l;efore lontg they .would recei\ve as alpplietion fokr urssistance from Illml)ton. Crs. Smith anl Ilrwnlihl con,,idered that the votes should come tut of lhe ftitls for the respccti(e ridinigs, in stead of Ieing divided a lualy I5amin ,st all. Cr. ,3ills lunarked that'the vote,of £50 .was agreed upon. quIia rec...

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BRIGHTON. EAST WARD. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 20 June 1914

EAST .WARD. A meeting of Mr. NathaRn's friends and supporters was held on Wednes day evening at :Hinrichsen's rooms. Bay street, and a' committee formed to secure his. return. -*-~c

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 20 June 1914

Ann TOOu STOBEKEEER Fo0 I lom Sm ith s From absolutely Pure SUPERIOR Locally Grown Tomato Tomatoes. - Put up in our 0 own Bottles.-' ' Sauce A High-grade . -Article. SMITH 8& S- MANUFACTURED AT LAMBERT, Phones-8a3 Windsor; 2243 City. . Established 1867. SJOHN KELLY S PRACTICAL SADDLER and HARNESS MAKER, 384 High Street, St. Kilda, and 488 Flinders Street, Melbourne, opp. Market Gardeners Assoolation Stors ý'nufacturer of Every Description of Saddlery and Harness at Lowest Prices TRoyal Agricultural Show, 1910, 191 and 1912. Awarded First Irrize for Collars, 1912, A LARGE STOCK OF GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND. A Red Hot Proposition } Have a Modern Gas Fire Installed = = S No morel chilly Half-Hours at Breakfast. One Penny gives you One Hoir's radiant heat. it It is Really Hot.-You cani oast at it. .Light it when you want it. " . Turn it off when you don't. NO LABOUR, DUST or SMELL. NO WAITING for the FIRE to Burn UP " We have all the dirt, dust and ashes atthlis end and . WE SEND. YO...

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Our Foreshores. PROPOSED CONTROL BY HARBOUR TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 20 June 1914

Our foreshores. PiLtiOPSEiI) CONL'I, ' B II lHABOURi Wi'hu n I fie: GovernlenIt was in .ofice as the illnrrnv-Waltti ilinistry, it, piro posed to iile over direct` control of the foreshores:. Mo orihlin Oiiicil oh jected, and tias tlh reslt of inpection, the Giverncit; t 'wans e6iiielld, to ad Iit that .the local foreshores. tweesn Ittier kept: thani they thiouht g Jhe latter - of GovArnmllent control= ,was dropped for soniie tiine: but it `is now teinm revihed:- '1e Surveyor-Ceneral, with the applrovnl of thio tovernmient, hias been engaged in the development of a scleile.for the lharblour Tr'st to take over control of tile reserves fromi lMorabll in to P'oiint .u.Neian. A linal conference between the Governmllet and the Trust was held during last week. The Shire .Prscident of MooralbUin (Cr. I?erdinaindo) and Crs. Burgess, Small, White iiand Scendds, having been ap prised of the more, met and got lr. Sno'wball, V.Il.\., intlu consultation. As a resul lt hr. Snowball interviewedt s...

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BRIGHTONST. KILDA LINE. INCREASING TRAFFIC. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 20 June 1914

': 3:BRIGIITON-ST. KILDA LINEIT- ' ?INCRIEASING TRAFFIC. A. comparative retirn hass been is sued .li1 the7 Mlinister of lailways on the ;:lriehtoni-St. TKildsa line; • which showvs that; whilst the: gross revenue has increased. hi"- £1,:?10 the net re veriue .'is £105 less than .the same qunarter lst -'iear. The 'li?ures fior the, last dsaurter and the': saniiie period. last year :were- :191. 1913 Gross" revenue ..:6, :: 1,972 . Workin~e;openses 5.702.: 4-197 Net revenue '-. i£570 £?76:_ The revenue per car mile wans S10.1Sd. nits a afist :10.99d.;,hilst .the working expenses : wei'. 9.26d? --s against' 9.50d.' for'the corresponditn periods. The number of passengers carried was 195,87(i as r against 537 7?0, whilst the anverages were 1.705 and -1.95. - * ****- -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 20 June 1914

THREE MEDICAL WINTER SREMEDIES. Foster's Bronchitis Cure: THE POPULAR REMEDY. It does not merely relieve 'a Cough, but it gives immediate relief, and removes the cause. s,. . FOR LOSS OF VOICE;, HOARSENESS; CHEST AFFEOTIONS, ;&c.. Emulsion of goda ier Oil With Hypophosphites of Lime & Soda. Pure.& Palatable. FOR PULMONARY AFFECEIONS, COUGHS, COLDS, DEBILITY and WASTING. Is. 6d; Foster's Record Embrocation For Rheumatism, Stiffened Joints, Sprains, &c. " In cases of Deep-seated Chest Colds it is applied with advantage, is Foster's Pharmacy Church Street, Middle Brighton Telephone 1125 Brighton. Suming, Smith & CO'.S. SICKLE BRAND RETORTED CHARCOAL. S'l'hi CII A ('OA . i- mad~ at our 5' I l i<tillation Works at Warhur ton. Its superior iqualiti," n due th , the fact that it is lii l"TORlTEI), by which 'procles ill itnpritie.: are leumove,, leaving Lchind the pure Clltli COAL; For Household Use IT IS UNEQUALLEID AS A FLEL as it gives G...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 20 June 1914

I Ae QUA~ITY Butcher -K. MTorrison 7 ritn. The Q U ALITY ---orr----- C/r Hampton St. Tl. 227 Briahton. _ . " " -; P a in t e r , BPECIAL STOCK - Paperhanger, RESO\ABL .PRICES .. ';.. 9 . . . General Renovator, ,;.-- *WALL PAPER.: SPLENDID VARILJ Decorator, " ALWAYS ON HAND. and -ALL SUBURBS. Repairer. MILL STREET, BRIGHTON. Gardeners 1 WATERtTIGHTS and BI:UCTIERS. The Best in Quality means the Best. Wear and the :most Comtort. The Best is Always the Cheapest. .s .,T.MATTHEWS. 0 s SnEEo-a BOOT PALACE TCoonDER. -- --_ CHIARMIAN ROAD, . I A 1THS3S CHELTENHAMA Telephone 10, Cheltenham. KEEPS TIE BEST-GIVE IIlM A TR. To the Genercl Public of Cheltenham and District.-Twovo things worth - - - er" "" - mberming-J. T. DATTIHEWS:::: - . .i 1.--lHa an up-to-date Stock at your doors. 2.-Skilful and Tradesmanlike -Rephiring a Specialty with him. g buyry $ har pia Corpenters, Builders &. General Contractors. All Classes of . Work Executed ANYTHING Addirations and Sin y State of theAdditio...

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