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Hospital Easter Sports [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 March 1944

Hospital Easter Sports By R. R. Cochran. The hospital sports committee, which is working so diligently to make the monster Easter Saturday; sports meeting to aid the building fund the best and most successful yet held, are pleased to announce that ar rangements have been completed for Mr?s. T. Coffey, of Oakleigh, to judge the hunting events. Mrs. Coffey, who was formerly Mrs. Cudmore, was one of the outstandinig hunting riders at Melbourne and Syd-. ney Royal Shows and on the hunting field for very many years, and is con sidered to be one of the best judges of hunters in the State. With this popular selection as judge, and the benefit of the splen did rains which have fallen lately making the conditions ideafl for. thesq events, the comriiihtee feel confident that a record entry will be forthcom ing, while the standard of jumping should even surpass that of the other meetings. Inclusion of the bicycle road race has created so much local intoi'cst among the juniors that it would not...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 March 1944

BUSINpTH; NOTICES De3!ros of Purchasing or. properties in Hoalesville and dir Districts should consult . DAWBORN al Estate and Business Agent Property Salesman Kinds of Insurance Effected lle istrar for Births and Deaths OLSON ST., IIEALESVILLX Phone HIeales. 42 that ave ?2oney he Big Thing about these oes is that they look ght, feel right, give satis action, and save money for they last longer. Every- t ping Fashionable in Men's ootwear is he.e at Prices at will appeal to your Ise of Reasonableness. MacDonald's SHOE STORE Nicholson St., HEALESVILILE. SOLIOITORS ullett & Langford SOLICITORS CITORS and COMMISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVITS Ic., S.A., and Tas. COLtLNS ST., MIECJLBOURNEI ATTIf ;D AT THiIR R L"EAL:V1LLE OFFICE ' d Flradshaw's Buildings t"t?een tne houiua of 3 p.m. and I .m. iIMRY TIUTP.SDAY Telephones: "l'e 39 -- M 4s30. I GE T REA Y FOR THE RECORD VICTORY LOAN S* DON'T WAIT! IF YOUI AVE iTHE MONEY IMAKE A# ADVANCE SUBSCRIPT/ON SNOW! Or Buy 5/- tic; N nal Savinrgs Fl-, z...

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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. March 8 and 9. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 March 1944

Market Report MELBOURNE, PIG MARKET. Mlarch 8 and 9. Messrs. T. Shaw Logan and Co. re port as follows: Stores.-Quiet, 10/- to 76/-. Porkers.-Shade easier; 54/- to 91/6. Backfatters.-Selling well. Our top was for H. Kleinert, at £13/11/-; va rious 'others £12 to £7/10/-. , Baconers.-Competition uneven, but values much the same. We had a stinging sale throughout, including seven E. Minns at £6/17/6,.ten Geo. Cribbes at £6/15/6, ten Jas. Cobain at £6/15/6, six J. Archibald to: £6 11/-, three Pritchard. Bros. at £6/2/6, ten J. Richards at £6/0/6, seven T. Crowe at £5/16/6, seven R. Cutting at £5/15/6, four G. Hendry at £5 15/6, seven J. Rouse at £5/16/6, four Mrs. Griffen at £5/15/6, aand many more. Calves.-Quiet. We sold 33 to 46/6. H. Kleinert. £13/11/-, seven. £6/17/6 E. 'Minns, Then Jas. Cobain £6/15/6, G. Cribbes also wins; Choppers, bacon steady, porkers .bit slow, Stores, vealers easy, Shaw Logan and Co. Fewer 'baconers penned, c1opper yarding light, Porkers bit quiet, big. store...

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Obituary CR. S. B. MOWLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 March 1944

Obituary CR. S. B. MOWLE. We regret to record the death of Cr. Stewart Braidwood Mowle, which occurred at his residence, "Langdon," Healesville, last Saturday. Of recent months he had been suffering an ill ness and was absent from Healesville. On his return a few weeks back he was apparently making a satisfactory recovery. The end came suddenly and unexpectedly, and as a great shock to residents of Healesville, in which dis trict Cr. Mowle had labored arduously in the public interest and wherein he was held in the highest esteem. Cr. Mowle was a tireless worker in all that pertained to the advancement of the district in which he had resided so long, and he leaves behind him many tangible evidences of his zeal in public affairs. He was president of the Healesville Shire for six success ive terms, and was one of the coun cillors responsible for the founding of the Sir Colin MacKenzie sanctuary at Badger Creek. Cr. Mowle is survived by Mr.:. Mowle and one daughter, Miss Lucy Mowle, to ...

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Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 March 1944

Croydon Market There was a good yarding of classes of live stock, with a large tendance of buyers, on Monday. Milking cows, medium quality £16/15/-, heifers f15, stale l springing cows £15, heifers £14; ba ward cows £10/7/(; yearling heif 80/- to 116/-; store bu'locks £S/1 to £7/5/-; store heifers £U/13/. heifers £10/15/-; beefy cows £ choppers £6 to £8/10/-; crackers £5/11/-: dairy bulls £5/10/-. Calves.-Vealers £9/15/-, small 9 to 130/-; calves 40/- to 70/-, sn 20/- to 30/-, light weight to 15/-. Pigs.-Heavy porkers ST/-, medi 70/- to S0/-, light 60/- to 70/-, k able to 55/-; light baconers 115/ 13:0/-; chopping sows 90/-; sow a litter £6/5/-; slips 28/- to 40/-; su ers.10/- to 25/-. Sheep.-Two-tooth wethers 29 four-tooth 29/3, full mouth 25/-; s tooth ewes 18/9, full mouth 16 lambs-suckers 26/-, woolly 2s shorn 24/-, plain 18/-; store ewes 1 lambs 14/-. Horses.-Medium farm sorts £1 heavy delivery £12; jinker ponies 10/-; men's hacks 8/-; buggies £1i Poultry.-Cockerels 19/3, cock ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 March 1944

DZNTISTS ~iR. Hi. STOCK Ot IU02CaYON-DENTIST i"MTS REALESVILLE - gBY SATURDAY FORTNIGHT Ik1. at the MABOONDAH TEA ROOIS `;' DATES OF VISITS: SATURDAY, MARCH 18th City Address: . STON BUILDINGS , 82 ELIZABETH STREET F'.= 'Phones: Mantral 2507 - Healesville 151 MR. FRANK H. COOK SUBRGON-DENTIST 219 BALACLAVA ROAD CAULFIELD -iV$l&B 1REA.L]ESVLLLE EVERY S THURDAY 5 p.m. till 5.80 Or By Special Appointment Si AT BARTOLD'S PHARMACY 'Ilel. IHealoevillo 120 ?-, BI SINESS NOTICES WHEN YOU WANT GOODS DELIVE ED PROMPTLY TO ANY PART OF THE HEALESVILLE DISTRICT MAURICE CHANDLER OLIVE AVENUE, IIEALESVILLE 'Phone 191 All Kiade of Carrying -Effected Safely AND AT LOWEST RATES LADIES--WHIY WORRRY?3 Write E. V. Pouatbn SPECIAL BONJEAN FEMEMALE PILLS FOR ALL FEMALE WEAKNESSES SAFE AND EFFECTIVE i'rlce, 5/- Box Extra ;special, 10/- per Box Write for Free Catalogue. Men and Women will find it of great interest All Correspondence treated Strictly Confidential 165 BOURKE ST., MIELB. Cent. 2197 of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 March 1944

J. FAXRBAN NICi;OLSON STREET 'Phone Healesville 135 DELIVERS FRESH BREAD DAILY ANYWHERE IN THE DISTRICT WHY GO ELSEWHERE, when the BEST OF CARES ARE OBTAINABLE HERE? EVERYTHING FRESH DAILY Public Notice ALEX CHRISTIE STILL SELLS THE BEST QUALITY MEAT AT THE LOWEST PRICES! OUR VALUE and PRICES CANNOT BE EQUALLED ANYWHERE All Stock is killed locally, at our Abattoirs, which are of the most up-to-date in Victoria PLEASE ENQUIRE FOR OUR PRICES :.......TOD...·..smwa..... .s*.... ?.EEEEEE eeeEeeeEEee Ue [ -.....-.. ::::::::::"'...."-D'SA MILK OF MAGNESIA - That is what Mother gives Me and wise mother too, because Milk of Magnesia is ideal for helping to keep children healthy. It assists nature to keep little stomachs free from dangerous t acids, and so aids digostion and edim iaates biliousness, ete. ýu a large bottle fru BARTOLD'S PHARMACY - Opp. Post Office, HEALESVILLE Phone 120 (After Hours, Phone 2). ~ISS McDONALD, MIanageress -'se a... . ...............?e..ee** teb4C * . ..**...****...

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Healesville Sports. WAR SERVICE FUND [?] [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 March 1944

HealesvilJ j ts WAP. SERVICE F-Lr F, Despite threatening wea the sports meeting in Queen's P~ .kj"-on Eight Hours' Day to aid the Heales ville R.S.L. War Service Fund, at tlacted liberal patronage. The fixture was excellently organised and events were conducted with maximum effici ency, reflecting much credit on the committee, o. which Mr. E. S. An drews is pi:esident and Mr. R. G. Po! lard secretary and treasurer. Mr. A. King (president of the local R.S.S.A. I.L.A.) proved an efficient organiser, assisted by an excellent committee and the ladies' auxiliary. Events. staged by the V.A.A.A. (Northern Districts) provided much interest and excitement, local arrange ments being made by Mr. O'Connor, with Mr. Bert Gardiner as secretary of the visiting clubs. Special credit wrs durc to members of the horse men's committee for many spectacu lar contests. Wood chopping events were replete with thrills and close finishes. Mr. Pollard expressed the War Ser vice Fund Committee's thanks-first, t...

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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET March 15 and 16th. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 25 March 1944

Market Report MELBOURNE PIG E March 1, anrd AI;th. MIessrs. T. Shaw Lo;', an th. der the following arepont n1 C? at the Melhourne i pot on deal Stores.-A good ttIefnl t:d ers, and values well maintanee o ers 16/- to 21/-, stores 2,ained. S Porkers.-Heavy igs e?/ to exporters out of n- a Petasier. some fine pens. including tV J. Regan at so,?;. top Pen Choppers.-Heavy pigs Io We sold drafts S. Marsh at Cl1/ P. O'Donoghue £11 / 16;/- L Ca?e £11/9/-, A. L. Scott '/1. 1 r6 C. Meier £l0/9/-, E. Patchin/, Jeffery £9/9/-, John Campb/ 11) P. O'Donoghue £9/9/, etc. Baconers.- Much quieter de for all classes at easier prices sold some wonderful drafts inclu twelve G. Cribbes at G£6//6, ten Razos at £6/s/6, four H. Burton £6/7/6, eleven E. Patching at £to J. E. Land £66/6/-, Clyne Bros. Schilg at £6/3/6, three H. WatsR £5/19/6, W. Jarvis at £5/19/6 Brooks £5/15/(;, ten R. Andrews £515/6, and many others. Calves.-Quiet. Ours sold to 5 S. Marsh £12/4/-, P. O'Donogh £11/16/-, L. Carter £11/9/ E. ...

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Boy's School Boots. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 25 March 1944

Boys' School Boots. Poys' strong school boots, all sites, 1!re now on sle r: ?r. A. IT. P.Tacic wood's boot store. Victory Club. Next Victory Club social to aid the Red Cross will be held in the lMemo rial Hall on Thursday nighit, April 6. Country Women's Assoclation. Healesville ladies interest,.dl in the formation of a branch of the above as sociation here are invited l:y the) shire president (Cr. Cameron) to meet in the council chamber next Wednesday. March 29, at 3 p.m. War Service Fund Sports. Mr. R. G. Pollard gratefully ac knowledges receipt of these further donations to the War Service Fund sports:-Mr. J. Elligett, £1; Mr. Bob Pollard jnr., £1/l/-: Anonymous, £1 1/-; Mr. Bates, milk: Mr. M. Daw born, groceries; Mr. R. McLaren, cut ting bread; Mr. F. Becker, cordials; "Montpellier" guests, the fine sum of £15; making a grand total of £157 18/9 raised for this worthy cause in one week. Mr. Pollard adds "Thanks a lot to all who helped." Acknowledgment. Red Cross receipts for th...

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Road v. Rail[?] To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 25 March 1944

Road v. Rail To the Editor. Sir,-"B. Vigilant," who in issue wants to cut out the owned railway in fave of owned "racing dogs." and thu property values at Healesvill another small point. There way to Healesville, but none sea.-.Yours, etc., "I e1. VIGILA I-Iealesville, 21/:1/1.I.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 25 March 1944

MITCHELL MILIKSRS Relieve .you of all the drudgery of milking. Fitted with the most modern devices for nnsuring clean milk. Dandenong Clean Milk Competition. The "Mitchell" Milker owned by Mr. Superior A. J. Hamilton, of Dandenong, was awarded the highest number of points Milker of any milking plant in Section A. (over 25 cows) ii the Clean Milk Com in every sense petition held by the Dandenong Agri Scultural Society. DESIGNED FOR EASy, RAPID, EFFICIENT CLDANING THREE-I TYPES OE..PLANTS--S?ngle Pulsator, One-Pulsator per Unit, Bucktt,Type ALLAl BROWN, CROYDON MARKET DISTRICT AGENT, 'Phone 45 p Kestle & Newton 'Phone Healesville 22 East End Timber Yard Ff T. and G. Flooring Mlaterials GOOD SUPPLY ON HAND ALSO OTHER GENEIRAL BUILDING LINES d Fernshaw Road, Healesville (St. Leonard's Road Junction) ...... ................ ...._..._.... { Healesville Furniture Arcade W. J. AUGER FERNSHAW ROAD--EAST END SHOPPING CENTRE MODERN UPHOLSTERER Used Furniture Bought HIGHEST PRICES GIVEN...

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Healesville Police Court THURSDAY, MARCH 23. (Before Messrs. Johnston Mac[?], J'sP.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 25 March 1944

alesvile Police Court THURSDAY, MARCH 23. e?jor'e M essrs. Johnston qnd Mac J.'sP ) .rln George Cleary, Healesville. flat ed with cycling on the foot ' February 27. He pleaded * on ,.able « J. Hall said that at t ',, p.nl. he saw defendant rid :~?bi in an easterly direction in '=-suon street. On reaching Phil gore he rode along the footpath "- t i ~i yards, past the Memo Hlall and the tMaydair Cafe, where e intercepted him. Defendant O deaf, witness wrote in his book, e ou ay excuse for riding on "0otpath?" He said, "No," and - wrote, "I will report the mat 'To the Bench: It was Sunday non, with quite a few pedes s about. Fined 15/-, in default 24 hours' im ~onment. T THE CART, BUT MISSED THE LICENSE. Ronald Louis Joseph. Martin, em ,syed by N. L. Taylor, Healesville, 'aded guilty when charged that on ch 3 he turned a van in Nicholson eet without signalling his intention. Walter Ronald Elliott, retired super tendent of police, East Malvern, said "t at G.15 p.nl. he was driving a err...

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Hospital Easter Sports [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 25 March 1944

Hospital Easter Sports By R. R. Cochran. The Hospital sports committee had a lengthy agenda to complete at their meeting this week, but they got through it in a business-like manner, and everyone was satisfied with the progress made towards having all ar rangements completed for the monster sports meeting on Easter Saturday, to aid the local hospital. The secretary reported that the dancing platform was in course of construction, and would be ready in good time; also that he had been in communication with a boxing troupe, who informed him that they intended showing at the sports. Entries are closing for the .wood chopping and running events, and re cord entries are expected for both these sections. Many new competi tors appear .among the axemen,: in eluding three- new ones from Colac, who have been nominated by Mr. A. E. Newcombe, one of the favorites for the standing block championship of Victoria, to be decided at this fixture. Numerous runners have entered from Melbourne, so thes...

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More Water To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 25 March 1944

More Water -4--- To the Editor. Sir,-In an engineering office here I came across. a, treatise on water works distribution by the chief ongln eer of Bristol Waterworks, 24 years'. experience, who confirms opinions . expressed in a recent lette:' in your columns. He says, inter alia:-"Pipes should have a large area at starting, and until they have supplied higher parts; they should then be reduced. The maximum statical head should not exceed 200 feet. The less the range of levels in each zone, the more satis factory will be the supply." When the levels range from 20 feet to 300 feet above sea level, the district should be arranged in three zones. The low ser vice reservoir, 220 feet above sea level; the reservoir 'for the middle zone, .300 feet above sea level; the higher level tower, 370 feet above sea level, giving a maximum head of 170 feet and a minimum head of 70 feet. -Yours, etc., C. M. NEYLON. Mildura, 15/3/44.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 25 March 1944

Desitr'?s of Purchasing or properties in Healesville and ding Districts. should-- consult J. DAWBORN 1 Estate and Business Agent Property Salesman ginds of Insurance Effected eItstrar for Births and Deaths LSON ST., HEALESHVI.I., ,Phone Heales. 42 that We ?oe The Big Thing about these Shoes is that they look right, feel right, give satis faction, and save money for they last longer. Every thing Fashionable in Men's Footwear is he.-e at Prices that will appeal to your Sense of Reasonableness. SHOE STORE Nicholson St., HEALESVILLE. SOLICITORS ullett & Langford ' LICITORS lICITOi, .nd COMM1WISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVTrS It., Sr , and Tas. COLLINS ST., Mi?LIOURNE ATTEND AT THEI-. HALESVILLE OFFICE 1 :ad 3rr.dshlaw's l~uildings etween h'nn hours of " p.m. 'nd 6 p.m. LVEI y THURSDAY Tek:p'hoes: lle 39 U~-- M 4360 • , . MEMORIAL kHAIL I TALKIES To-Night, Saturday Deanna Durbin in "HERS TO 'HOLD" (G) " H "HERS TO HOLD" (G) "HERS TO HOLD" (G) .' "HERS TO ,HOLD" (G) Dick 'oran and Leo Carl...

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Feeney and Architecture [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 25 March 1944

S eeney and Architecture 3 : "Octogenl:'inn." I : trick Feeney's hot:l or public house was the rendzvous of two ar dent fishermen. They were both sen ior men in the public service. On a Saturday afternoon they would arrive Sat tha public house and do a little fishing in the small river which was close at hand. In the evening they would play euchre in the little hack parlor. Our friend Feeney was an on thus-!asi2 and good player. It has been previously stated that he could not read or write, but he knew every caid in the pack. He had an excellent memory and could always remember -and 't was very important-the cards which had not been played. The neat morning Paddy would harness up the old horse, "Dandy," and after breakfast the two visitors would take their seats in the ancient "four wheeler." With Paddy at the helm they would set out for a spot where the fishing was considered good. Paddy would light up his old clay pipe, and, with the bowl upside down, would then start "Dandy" on h...

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Popular Pars [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 25 March 1944

Popular Pars .By L. J. Adam. The weather has been favorable to bowling, and a number of interesting tournament games have been played. The green has much improved and plays much faster, and now that .the singles championship has been won, the winner (H. Rutzou) is at the top of his form. He played another excit ing game against veteran Johnston, and again proved superior in the.Raff Handicap. Results to hand:-Rutzou d. Johnston, 21-1G. Semi-final: Er rington, d. Adam, 21-11. In the Golf House pairs two match es were played. Results:--Dr. Phillips and Adam d. Johnston and Kiteley, 28-12. Seml-final---Murn and Raff d. Dr. Phillips and Adam, 15-13. The following games are to be de cided in this event:-Semi-final-Bar tholomew and Pollard v. Rutzou and J. Fairbank. Winners meet Murn and Raff in the final. In the Raff handicap there are two matches to go. Dr. Phillips and Rut zou meet in the semi-final, the win ner to meet Errington in the final. Finalists to consult secretary when playin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 25 March 1944

i NIC [JOLSON STREET 'Phone Healesville 135 DELIVERS FRESH BREAD DAILY ANYWHERE IN THE DISTRICT WHY GO ELSEWHERE, when the BEST OF CAKES ARE OBTAINABLE HERE? j EVERBYTHNG FRESH DAILY S ......."... ... ... .N. ...... . ".. . ...?.. I..... NNo*.2i . . NN.-?...N..... ..N..|.?. " "?"III"""!M /I !N/ ""/ " '.. l.. Public Notice ALEX CHRISTIE . TILL SELLS THE BEST QUALITY MEAT , AT THE LOWEST PRICESI OUR VALUE and PRICES CANNOT BE EQUALLED ANYWHER j All Stock is killed locally, at our Abattoirs, which ark of the most up-to-date in Victoria PLEASE ENQUIRE FOR OUR PRICES :.. .... ....r ...... . ci lde elh . I r "" .......................... •A TO D S • '' . :-"I BAR TOLDPC -::: " MILK. OF MAGNESIA L That is what Mother gives Me and wise mother tee, beIame Milk of Magnesia is ideal feor helping to keep children ealthy. It asita nature to = Pkeep little stomachs free from dangerous acids, and so aids digestien sad oosm y ur ates bilionannse, g. n BARTOLD'S PHARMACY d Opp. raet Office, HEALESV•...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 25 March 1944

Double Wedding A double wedding was celebrated in Holy Trinity Church, Kew, on Mon- day, when Corporal Mary Coates (A.W.A.S.) and Miss Joyce Coates, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Coates, of Healesville, became the wives of Sergeant Gordon W. Burley, A.I.F., son of Mr. and the late Mrs. Burley, of Maffra, and Herbert .F. Broadhurst, second son of Mr. and the late Mrs. Broadhurst, of Westgarth, respectively. Both brides wore traditional white gowns, with long veils, and carried bouquets of lilies and white cactus dahlias. Bridesmaids were Betty Knowles, of Essendon, and Violet Broadhurst, of Westgarth, who wore gowns of blue lace and blue satin. Their bouquets were of pink cactus dahlias. Messrs. Jack Burley and Stanley Coates attended the bridegrooms. The brides entered the church with Mr. J. Knowles and Mr. R. N. Coates, and were given away by Mr. Coates. The officiating clergyman was the Rev. Roscoe Wilson. A reception was held in Holy Trin- ity Church, Kew.   &a...

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