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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 24 January 1914

oste. Pharmaceutical Chemist. Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil With Hypophosphites of Lime & Soda Pure and Palatable. FOB PULMOZNABr AFFEOTIONS, 0000HS, COLDS, DEBILITT and WASTING. 1s.' 8d :- DISPENSING A SPECIALTYI Foster's Famous Remedies 1NTT-CATAB HAL LOTION KIDNEY MIXTURE ['OWDE? : For' the Relief of Backache ?and A certain remedy for Ascumula- other commonly experienced vmop tiona ra ? j: ..ianu Nostrils, tome ti, 3/, F r ýoat" Nasal. oe..etions. 24/ - ; S BLOOD?MrLXTURE Ti'NIT HAIR IRDESSING NIC AIR DRESSING ForBlotches, Pimples, Boils,'&e? !/ an. elegant and most effectual pre. paration for Strengthening 'and HEAD LOTION Promoting the Growth of the Hair, and rendering it beautifully An effectual and cleanly remedy Soft, Glossy, and Non-oily. i/,-. for destroying .Parasites. 3/-. ',:ZEMA OINTMENTE A remedy for Skin Complaints. LIVER MIXTURE Although an unrivalled prepara- For Giddiness, Bilious Headaches, tron for the use which its name Drowsiness, and various Sympt...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 24 January 1914

hT QUATY ButchrK oBrrison BA ST' BRIHTOI; utcu,ý' K I."~ 11 1 - lOcG/r Hampton St. Tc. 2Britn . * -« - n » . . *»htono.». We Sell the:Earth . " l" ,?IFoot, Acre or lile'i:. X Bros. ..:': & C. Cox),: - C r Glen Huntly & St. George's Rds. ELSTERNWICK,. EARTH SALESMEN Rents Collected All Suburbs: SPECIAL CARE TAKEN FOR ABSENTEE OWNERS. Harold LOOKER & C., AUCTIONEEI (IIarold Looker, formerly Partner and Auctioneer in late Firm of W. R. Looker and Sons), ESTATE and FINANCIAL AGENTS, FAR1 L SALESMEN, V.ALUERS; OPP'OSITE CAULFIELD STATION: UPIPOSITE CAULFIELD STATION. Houses, Farms, Orchards, For Sale tnroughout the Surrounding Districts. MONEY TO LEND ON MORTGAGE from 14. per cent. per annum., 'Phones-Ollk-e, ailvlern 827?; Private-Oakleigh .41. Particulars Wanted of Properties For Sale and To-Let. lir. Harold Looker may be consulted at his Private Address, "Yambee," Neerim-road, Ilurrumbeena. . N.B.-In order to avoid confusion, please carefully note firm's name a...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 24 January 1914

SCOTT. -On the 21st January, at his residence, 96 Bay street, Brighton, John Scott, beloved father of John, Dave, Andrew, Thomas, William, Mrs Cook, Mrs. O'Connor, Mrs. Peebles, Mrs. Storey, Perry, Carter, Vogt,   Clark Aged 85 years. "A Patient Suffer at Rest." iWATT .On, the 23rd January 'at 'Hihett,": askell st., Brighton, .laireatgaret. Blanch, -loved daughter of P:a'eter'H.. acid Annie; loved sister of '.Dora,:. bate of Moorabbin. Age, 23. Gentle, loved-one-Gone. IN INEIORIAM. MARTIN,-In sad and lovinr memory gf qur ;'drling little Duleie,. who :: died .suddenly at ,Murray st., El drsternwick, 14th January, 1913. Our Little Pet. .Thi. clildren of heaven where robed '.in white, haPPy at playin that city of light; When Jesus cna m'siilinia . and said to the band, Mere's. another wee play mate-give Dulcie your,hand. Cod needed one more angel child Amidst his shining band: And so hlie bent with RIo\ing smile, Ynd clasped our darling girlie's hand. --Inserted by her lov...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 24 January 1914

Bathers Beware! BEWARE of anybody's Bath ing Costume being better than yours. Sele wt yours aL ALLEN' S. Here are; correct fittingf Cos tinins inl ev ry cohlo,,r of the rai nlokw,' in cotton, wool, and cot ton ,wool, &c. Yes! All sizes anrd t' prices that make even;, - Clapel street people thifik. DIVE INTO THESE :PRICES:. C irls' Candalms; 1/9, 1/11 ; Woni'en's, 1/11 to 7/6; Child ren's, one-piece 10d., 1/-, 1/3; Boy's Canadian, .1/71, 1/9, 1/11 ler?'s, 1/11, 2/3, 2/6, in heavy ribbed cotton 4/6, all wool 6/11,. /711, 8/6. 1 MEN'S IEATS.-Smart Stylish, Simple Felts, rough or' smooth FIur, I/11, , 6/6, 6/6, to 8/11: worth fiom. 7/6 tb 10/6 each. LADIES' BELTS, CORSETS, &c. ENAMEL BELTS, striped ad plain, in every colour, Sfd. ICORSITrS, good makes, 1/14, 1/11, 2/6, to 6/6; also a clear Iance line in small sizes at very low prices. . W . .A en 'Opp. Post Office, S-W. H. Nicholson begs to intimate to the the Public of Glen Huntly, Carnegie, Ormond and Surrounding Distr...

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Auctions. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 31 January 1914

Auctions. Small and Edwards announce ;the sale on Saturday nest of a 6-roomed Villa in Stanley street, Brigliton,: and also building allotments.in Hlamnpton, Bent and JDurrant streets. lBaillieu, Patterson and Allard iwill offer on Saturday next,:at " :pmni, a shop and dwelling in Bay st., Bright ton, near New street and at 3.30, p.m. two villas in St. Andlre street; near Inner Crescent. :" : :

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SECOND ELEVENS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 31 January 1914

i- CO:i': Icx l ELEVENS.-!':~~:i~ tJheir, nfliIns~i'urntconmpile(I179; '1'ursr pa TIiiig =a6;=a= iiJames~i.'39 Whjt1 .uic']rabr 18 1heRiied3 :took four for a7 I o fi fr% ' Kuw farderd trIo. for!; 23. Cohiurg naIe_ 230 in ter hs nluigs adi hi s eon fi t lost=lie h fur 27i:'ý fo'iV rnmile 3i:+ Canjipbell took6 oiinwcket for five rmii, anl lBison three `fra.:

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 31 January 1914

First and Foremost. W. Robtinson. Butcher, New Sr., Brighton. Tel. '245. Establisbhed, 59 N ew BOOks She Latest Books Added :.to Chafley's Up-to-Date LiLraryv and For Sale at 3/6 each. The Rock of Valpre.- MeDell ''he Desired Womanh:.-. Harben.` ? Romance.-Acton Davies.::: Years of Discretion.-F. Hattin The Romance of Ali.-E. Stewart. Simple Simon-A. Neil Lyons. The Enlightment of Erumph.-H. Jermyn. SuU-Soil.-Charles farriot., Running Sands.-R. W. Kauffman. L.iteranrt Lapses.-Stephen :Leacock. :: Behind the Beyond.-Stephen Leacock. T. Temnlmrom.-F. H. Barnett.e The Cloak of St. M3artin.-U. Grace.'. The Custom of the Country.-Edith Wharton. The Witness for the Defence.-A. l. W. Mason. Love on Smokey River.-L..G. Rob-. erts. Once of the Angels.-E. Bacon. The Door That fHas No Key.-Col. - Hamilton. The Golden Barrier.-A. and E. Castle Where the Strange Roads Go Down. G. Page. The Dreamshlp.-S. Stockley. HI. B. C t .FFFl '. BRIGHTON BOOK ARCADE. 73 AND 751 BAY STREET. BRIGHTON (Near New...

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INTER-ASSOCIATION MRTCH. B.D.C.A. v. CAULFIELD-MOORABBIN B.D.C.A. FIRST GRADE WIN. CAULFIELD-MOORABBIN SECONDS VICTORIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 31 January 1914

P\r'TCR-ASOC[ATION IITCII. B.I).C.A. A C AULLPIICLL)-OORABBIIN B.D.C.A. FIRST. GRADE WIN. C 1UU HtLD- OODIIABIAN SECONDS VICTORIOUS.S .1 rIe olurtlh aaiwal cricket match be B t erae the mmeighi'bo'rinig IBrighitoni I)i- , trict and Caumlfield-Moorablmin Asaoci ationm wias 'plaved on Monday (A.N.A. Day) at Saalrmngbmam and .attract- a great decaI of interest in local cricket circles. There awas a large attend ance, which included enthusiasts froni Brighton, Caultield, 33ntleigh, Moor "abbin and Cheltenham. Chas. Roberts (Ilighett) captained the B.D.C.A. and smiled a smile of satisfaction when T. liash (St. George's) sent the home side in to bat on winning the toss. The wicket had been thoroughly saturated tby.the tropical downlpour of Sunday night, and the light rain on the nmorning of tihe match kept it soft. It had dried sulliciently for play by 11 a.m., and gave the impression of bIsing slow and easy to batsmen, whilst the bowlers noould ILe handicapped by the wet ball snd fieldin...

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SANDRINGHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 31 January 1914

At e. a Si?dri? iii Coul;yester day, before litssrs ?tly Ilartsinin, Barnett. Field aid Bo, ls.1l &1d ward Withers, 'didriver of a. motor wvating ifor lasseaegs' on llecember 29th, was chared with refusing. to obey the directions of the police. Constab)le Ravenlsaid that on Sat' irdlay, lDecnember 2thl he isaw the de feinannt dri\r(ng a motor 'bus at 11.-15 and wase expeeted to stand back un til the lirst 'hus was loaded and away. As the tBiin arrived defend ant pulled up behind the first 'bus and collected a load of passengers. When . asked his reason why le had pulled- up, defendant said "Anyhow, it is time li he was away. Sesnior-Constable 'l'Cartlhy said the case was a urte lone of "duck shov ing." Defendant said that after the ar rival of the .train he noticed the first car move off the stand. I1e then went to take up the stand. when the lirst car stoppedl after it had noyun aboullt two yards. Michael Moss said he was driver of the first ear. Ile obtainied a full load, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 31 January 1914

Pharmaceutical Chemist. Emulsion of Ood Liver Oil With Hypophosphites of Lime & Soda Pure and Palatable. SFOB PtLMONAR AFFEOTIONS, 000HS, OOLDS. DEBILTY and WASTING. 1i. d. - :DISPENSING A SPECIALTY'. Foster's .Famous Remedies UTI-CATARRlAL LOTION POWDER A certain remedy for Aecumula Smtinthe Throat and Nostrils, iPot Nai?? sa Secretioni. :'2/ IINIC HAMR DRESSING An elegant and most effectual pro paratin -for - Strengthening -and Promoting the Growth of the Hair, and rendering it beautifully boft, Glossy, and Non-oily. 1/r :2ZEMA OINTMENT A. remedy for Skin Complaints. Although an unrivalled 'prepara tion for 'the use which its name indicates, this ointment is of great :brvice in many other troubles to hich the skin is liable, such -as: 3ruises, Scalds, Old Sores, Pimples Irritations, Broken Chilblains, Chapped Bands, Chafed Skin in both Infants and Adults, etc. In fact its uses are so many that it ought to be at hand for emergen tes in ever) household 1/-. I:I,NCHITIS CURE ...

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Cricket. SUB-DISTRICT. BRIGHTON v. COBURG. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 31 January 1914

rcket. SUB-IISTR?lTr. 'BRIGHTON y. COBURG. After winning their matches against Williamstown; 3lalvern and Hawthorn in such a decided manner, it came as a shock to .the Brighton men to ac knrowledge defeat by Coburg. Coburg. won the toss and took first hand, Askew being responsible for a well made 52, out of a total of 1401 runs. The pitrh was not wearing well, and Letch, a medium-fast right hander, howled one after another of the IBAghton batsmen--eight wickets fell for 3 -runs. Brown, who led the team fin Montfort's absence, collecting 20. -King (17) had done well und?l difficult ,conditions, and Norman Nevi'li-.??made 10 not out. After the downpour-' onh Sunday evening the wick't presented a very moist appear ance, and.Brighton'st chance of a win bi.the tinished match seemed prob able: ','Bob -Grieve hit hard for li nbt :out. Neville added three to his overnight score, and M'Keon contri butel a like number. Being 35 runs in the lend Coburg played mainly with the-'ie w of holding u...

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CAN IT BE BANISHED? [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 31 January 1914

NOW,: c 0it"' Ijiust a ' oman' :.:go iin suffering' fron. headaches, bilious ness lahitulence, ";pains tefter eating, laniguor, or an;i oft,: the other distres sing. ?mvptonms thaat arisee from faulty hac'tiion theii stomach' or-'the' liver? :Must inncbe madeiless 'fit fort work, lecss: ibl to keep pace withh :their cobiietitor,: becauses indtestion is sap ping- their, ilergies, and cogging their uinds. ? ": ve ine iiiand iomen . to go 'u endiir:ngi these thins' with oit hope of. recovery:?, wssuredly not ! :i lost caes? of acute indigestion are the'"'suilt',ofii.?hlet or of- iindifference People'Sget into the foolisi habit-'' :of thlon in;l tha l thy, will' bie better on the morrow,, or iin a ?week- .:.or: two, iid sir the complaiint? gets hold a:'aiid the sufferer goes from bad to orse.. : Food ought, to gike its life-sustain ins- elemcnts for overy nerve and eais le in your body ;it ought. to r; eilei ish.- thed riich, red strenmai of iblood; tiow in.' thilircagih 'our veins, an:...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 31 January 1914

J. Toomath, Late of New Zealand. ?;? . BUILDER andR - BUILDING SURVEYOR, at 110 CHAPEL STREET, WINDSOR. If about to Purchase:or Repair House Property, For a small fee I may save you pounds. Consult an Expert before Buying or Repairmg - Reporte furnished on Construction and Condition of anyOClass of Building: Estimates for Repairs. 2 Years at the rade., , ULEPHOI WIBSON1 , C. EMENERE, MOTOR - ENGTNEEB., IPAIIIINO AND IRTING DIrPOT, BTAM 'aCA ' SPECK.LIST. :. CORNER CIAPEL STREET & BRIGHTON ROAD. ST. KILDA Mftor Cars Overhauled. retiolam 1Oil Stored - Rodern Touring Cars and Tail Cabs, .;any Rons Day and Night, t He-......e-ee-o , . W - ,,- I.{=.1 /---o,, .. ..-. ... o-,, -1 iHealthy & Unhealthy Lighting Much stress is frequently laid by interested persons on the enormous advantages of electric lighting-over gas from the hygienic point of view. Hear what three eminent men have recently said or the subject - : "M?uch evidence has lately been adduced to show that gas is ...

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GARDEN VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 31 January 1914

Cl(tRDEN VALE. ,The monthly meeting of ithle Garden Vale and East Elsternwick Progress Associatioin ias held on TTuesday.even- sng, Presidentt Wadini i tihe chair: STREET .CONSTRUCTION 0 The Caulfield Council notified ,tliit the matter, of constructing : several of the.. streets on iLeniprlere s. estate: iu well as.street lightini, hid been re ferred to the ward meiinbers for rn port., .. Secretarys Watkins: mentioned : that the Council were always referring mat -ters'to various committees or members f 'the ward, linut'nothiing.iasdone. It was pointed oiit that, owing' to the absence of street lamps, residents oere afraid .o .go out at nightl A :resolutions was adopted urging the Council to. further, consider the matters, with a view' to haiving, the work done w ithout any further delay. Mr.. Hickson referred to the enndi ition of Kooyong road and other streets !in the district, which he said were de ';plorable, despite the fact that only last season they had been re-metalled. ,Thi'...

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Progress Leagues ELWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 31 January 1914

Progress leagues ELWOOD'. . The annual meeting of til Elwood Progress Association was held at the Methodist school ihall on !Tues day, and was well attended. 'The sec rotary reported a good credit balance; and stated that the membership had been well maintained. The officers elected for the ensuiing year were:--President, Mr. Duigan; vice-presidents, Cr. Sculthorpo and Mr G. G.'Adams; secretary and treasur er, Mr. B. Grayy; committee, _Messrs; Dennis, ' Baker, Cohn, Tilley, Allan, Taggart, Moroney, Harvey''and New man. - A letter was received from thole Ati Shim and Minimum Allotment League suggesting that action shouldIbe taken before tho next Government sale of land at Elwood to secure the inisertion of a clause in the conditions making it impossible for a purchaser to re-: subdivide his allotment into: smaller. areas. , After discussion; it was de cided before taking action, to invite a representative of the League to give a lecture on the subject, and. alsoon recreation, reserve...

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Caulfield Council [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 31 January 1914

e2aulfield 'llThie. ordliitary,:,inetng of tha Caul f:ield City Couincil m'ws held last Tues d`y nilght, there being present " the Mayor (Cr. ,Murphy) and :Crs. ggls 'n; Brookshaw ind i Th'omson. :,. SThe ;1'arlks, ald iGarderis"C'oisinittce repobrtld that tley .hhil goie carefully through l1i ai>plicdtiiiis for. thell head gardnership, and? had appointed?Mi'. Frederick Ueck'ermai ? of Trevellann street, Elsterilwick, ito tlhe positicii, he to take ui .lis diites. on tilhetth February next. f'lliey had had` on' siderable Jillicultyb in iiaiin? 'theO ' lection, as tlhe applicaints:.vere :'all well qualified.-Oil the "'motionl of :Crs' Dunhar and Thomson thel report was adopted. ... The i Works Comih ttee 'ecommie ndAl the pirchlas:ng oi' a Ford touririg: car for the City Surveyor, for thei sumof £237.-Tlii recoiniimedation wias: aid opted on the motion of the: Mayori; seconded lby Cr. Fiske. ' ' '. SThe Finance Comnintten reported that they had consiered, ltie Towi Ranger's "appli...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 31 January 1914

George W. 1 Mcill PRACTICAL TAILOR . VICTORIA BUILDDINGS, No. First Floor (take lift), f.intii ` nstlon . St; : b ourn PORTMlAN STREET; OAMLEIGb. LADIES' COSTUMES A SPECIALLY Fit and Style. Guaranteed . Telephono 6748 Central. dIHOLESALE CLOTHING CO Established 1880. Good Work, Economy, Telephone- 477 P roinptitude. Windsor Es. Bults to Order, Trousers, S 45. to 55. 12s. Sd. to* 2sSs. TA[LORS, v l..: othiers, HI atters, Mercers, 155 APEL STREET;,WINDSOR A Ctifr·j seltcted; Stock of New, Fashionable Woollens Hats aId ' ýt : ky,, t Y: mail r Cut and Make, the Latest,- Sat sfaction guarantee StW natio t I R A H I)Itlii. ,M'riasaer.. Prahran's Learndg Dentist . ::E TATTERSON IDental Surgeon , 162 Greville Stre Prahran ":ELEPliONF., 9.1. WINDSOR. ESTABLISilEI:1898. .... ...........T ..... E lsternwikk FRESH FOOD SUPPLY.. : S hwell's, Glen Huntly Rd, Ss, j9 E ste rnwick.k A Fec- Doors Bdlow E S. & Al Bankc. 5We spe,:alise i tho ,ovisior Trade, keep the eery It'i,. -,l;,r; n abile,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 31 January 1914

ROTAL EXCHANGE ASSURANCE CORPORATION OP LONDON. Accumulated Funds Exceed £6,ooo,ooo. Fire, Marine, Burglary, Accident. VICTORIAN BRANCH-3- QUEEN ST., MELBOURNE. J. 0. Journeoaux, Maoaer DISTRICT AGENCIES. BRIGHTON-S. P. Simmonds, ?~tate Agent; Bay Street. : MIDDLE BRIGII'TON-Connor and Alford, Estate Agents, Church Streetj. ST. KILDA-Prince and Co., Estate Agents, 256 IighlStreet. "-?' - SANDIRINGHA3E-Round and Co., Es tate Agents, Ielrose Street., CAULFIELD)-llarold Looker and Co., opposite Caullield Station: . '' GARIDENVALE-Thomson and Collinson, Estate Agenth, Gardenmale.: BALACLAVA-A. E. Forster, Estate Agent, 206 Carlisle Street. T ILLED J. BARTLETT JNDER ' ' y GOVERNMENT FAMILY BUCHERM'*-, ` SUPERVISION.: ` GLEN HUNTLY ROAD, GLEN HUNTLY.:: Latest Refrigerator at-work on the Premises. Green Bone for Poultry. Cut Daily. -Poultry and Rabbits Always on Hand. Carts Daily to Ormond, McKinno: Bentleigh, Brightorn, Elsternwick,:, East Malvern, Caulfield, Carneigie, Glen Huntly. and, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 31 January 1914

Th UALTY ButC er--K.. M rrIs ST.-I. i hTOn, LH C/r'ampton St. T-1. 227 Briqhton. We Sell the Earth B y tilh F oot, A cre or oile r eox Bros. (J. & O. Cox),R C;r Glen Huntly & St. George's Rds ELSTERNWICK, EARTH SALESMEN Rents Collected All Suburbs. SPECIAL CARE TAKEN FOR ABSEINTEEI OWNERS. `: Harold LOOKER &. O., AUCTIONEER (Ilarold Looker, formerly Partner and Auctioneer in late Firm of W. It. Looker and Sons), ESTATE and FINANCIAL AGENTS, FARM. SALESMEN, VALUERS," OPPOSITE CAULFIELD STATION. OPPOSITE CAULFIELD STATION. Houses, Farms, Orchards, For Sale tnroughout the Surrounding Districts. MONEY TO LEND ON MORTGAGE from 44 per cent. per annum. 'Phones-Office, Malvern 827; . Private-Oakleigh 41. Particulars Wanted, of Properties For Sale and To-Let. Mr. Harold Looker may be consulted at his Private Address, "Yambee," Neerim-road, Murrumbeena. N.B.-In order to avoid confusion, please carefully note firm's name and address - Opposite- Caulfield Station only. B...

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Local Weddings SHEEAN—JOHNSON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 31 January 1914

SSJIEEA\-JOHNSON. ' The marriage of Mr. 1atrick John Sheeau, son' of tho.late: John Slieean, of Birchip, arid Miss Violet Johnson, only daughter of Mr. Edw;in Johnson, 'Pof "inaroo,"' Brighton, ;was: cele brated by tbh lRev: A: La?;in St. :An-, drewi's Church of. England on' 10th January.:. Miss Pairsons ? as fatf tlid organ;, and -played: "The Voice that Breathed o'er Eden,' "0 Rest in the Lord," and Mendelssohn's "Weddini March." The. bride; -who a as given away" by her father, wore a dainty. ,gown of white embroidered: (Chinese silk, trimmed witlh IHonitonilace. A court train was 'alsoa worn." A: prettily, arranged veil was -'finished . with a wreath of orange blossom:.A' ',Ron alds'" sheaf -of white'floirers, tied with white streamers, ' was carried. The bridesmaids -were Mbiss Jessie Waring and Miss May Carter. They. were' Sfrocked 7in white embioidered voile' dresses; adtd wore. hats of black tulle. Bouquets of white flowers, tied,. ith black velvet ribbon, were carried-" The ...

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