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"Cock-a-doodle-do!" BRIGHTON AND MOORABBIN COUNCILS GROW. DISPUTE ABOUT BOUNDARY ROADS. MOORABBIN COUNCILLORS UNDIGNIFIED REMARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 July 1914

"Cock-a-doodle-do! " BRIGCI rLTON L 1'),AlbOlA tBII COUNCILS'GRO :: : "; :DISPUTE AI! OUT i BOU NDARY DIIGNIFIl D RI LAItfKS. SThe Brightonen Council hnotifiedl loori alin.; ht the Iletter's "meeting ,. onr Monday, that :,,th?cl hel-iiistruieted their solicitors .to; forwatd notce.t un der the provisions. of the l.oealc (o vernment .Act calling upon. 3loorait;in, to contribute towards .the miaking of New street, Brighton. Beach,, furom South to Beach roads. Cr. Small moved that th the latter.be received, and the matter, referred to the pirreident niil engiieer to conferh with the mayor an:d engillneer. of Brig)itou. It was a pity, he said, that adjolining muniilipalities shou':l have any differences. Ile. considered that ltooraiiain were ,quite willing to pay tlheir iporti)on of thle cost " .bhut they were of the optinion that .. the matter had been settled when the engineers suihbmitted their report. 1He thought at the satme time the preidl cut atmight ask the IBriglhton Council fo...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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Lime and its Allies. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 July 1914

Lime and its Allies. Lime, marl, gyp.mIn, sea-shells, chalk, or bone meal should be regu larly applied to orchard lands -in autumn, in order to keep tree, strong, and that the food stuffs may be set free, and sourness prevented.,

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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The Brighton Nurseries. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 July 1914

The Brighton Nurseries. From the "Australasian International Nurseryinan." One of the oldest established nur series in Victoria is that at Hfwthorn road, Brighton, now trading as it. Cheeseman & Sons, established by tIr. Richard iheesentan in 1SSq). The modern nurseryman n must of ne cessity be more than a plant grower. To be successful lI, must possess the rudiments of mlcelianical and engineer ing skill to arrange the lisposition 01 the sl, ial ? lhe,itt-nllls , witu tile iecessarv lhos,,rs ail fl ',,.,,. to ltt advantagLe and tlo economiise space the principles of appltied irrigation al SQ enter into his calculation aits well as such practical subjects as altitude, soil constituents, temperatures, coml mercial geographly and such like. In choosinir the picturesque site at Briglh lon -3r. Cheeseman showeil his techni a l and practical knowledge, and the oresent oextensive. well-kept nursery- lhocked with healthy, stroi i plants s a standing, testimony to his forma ive and ...

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Drill Shirkers. BRIGHTON COURT PROCEEDINGS. THE CASE OF CADET ROBERTS. PROSECUTION WITHDRAWN. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 July 1914

Drill Shirkers. IRIGI?T'ON COURT I'ROCE1DINGS. TIHE CASE OF CADET ROBERTS. At the Brigh ton Court on Friday week before 3Mr. Tanner, P.3M., and the Mayor (Cr. Wllson), Mr. T'homson and Mr. Allard,. J's.P., several cases were heard against Io(-al cadets tor not complyiin' with the rstiuirements of the Defeaco Act. F. T. P. Roberts was charged with considerable agitation arose througri Rob.:rts beii.g ilaced in solitary con linement at the Queenscliff fortress, where he was sent to make up his drill for 1913, but still persisted in his objections. .The matter was the subject of comment in the Senate re cmntlyv Lieut. lany, who conducted the proseution at :the Brighton Court last week, stated that he had been itstructed by the niiister of D)cfeco (Senator M3illen)-toiapiply to have the cane- struck outo lie mientioned that Roberts hadl- not piut ii? any I drill for the Year cfili;g Junri 30. No reason i was :advauced" for the Ministerial directiona, and 'the bench, awithout any coinnen...

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OUR ORCHARDS. Internal Decay of Fruits. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 July 1914

MR ORCHARDS. F Mr. C. Bogue Luffmann, In the Government "Agricultural Journal." Internal Decay of Fruits. Quite a number or causes go tc provide this malady, which is not directly due to disease, but comet from a physical defect in the fruit. Some apples remain so oren, Lcth at the eye and the stalk end, that the air passes freely into the le-rt and causes a mould to develop about the pips. In such circumstances decay is swift and uncontrollable. An ex imination of peaches and plums de caying at the stone will reveal the lame fact; air enters at the stalk end, and provides the requisite Lhance for fungi to operate. Pears which rot at tic core do so chiefly from their growinc rapidly and se creting imperfect iactler witIh air at their centre, which affects and ca:uscs the decay of tlhe surroundini fruity matter. T:he shape, season of ripen ing, nature of climate, and the quality of the soil all play ilnpor tant parts in promoting or precent ing core rot and internal decay ol any kind...

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For Charity. BRIGHTON'S ANNUAL CARNIVAL ARRANGING THE PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 July 1914

Il3IGIITON'S AN. T '... , -T..Im. lh. execitjve coutitttno', of, the lrighton" Charity. Crnii:al his-s irtu nbeen devieloel aned .iiniprov 1 Ldurinii the past 20 Seas .for-.the org'nnnisi lion of the 'll4. cr?nital, 11r. uT. 1 Icrral nill Iek nacrshall as assistants, 16'. '.- Broadley :le ing chairmain of the comittui Tli foIr, Grant, and Cheesenian will ae asked to judge horses, vehicles and deicorations, aid MesIrs: Adis )lsoiu urllgess nd. eml'ip the tiurnouts and juvenile display.n 31i. 1i). ltaher is chlairn, aind 151 r. Brd adlv grouniiid secreitir for so$rtis, ifrom wchie are eliiate the Toblern l race and greasy pole. pictutz shows (from 3- to 5) ,will competition for the correct name ia angain anticipated. Mr. Frank Ruddle is chauiriran. of thi refreshment "committee, and Mr. Brown of the coincert commiiite.e who acceptedl tlhe. progruamie sulifttit i by r.; - o'. Thlmns. .T. e ;.fees' (concert' 2/ iind il-,: iictures .6d 0an 3(1;d inl dancl, 2/- and- 1/) ar thei .samino ;s...

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Croquet. SANDRINGHAM CLUB. THE SEASON'S PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 July 1914

Croquet.. SANDRIINGHIAM CLUB. THE:i SEASON'S PROSPECTS. One of the most stccessfullv con ducted of our local social institutions is the Sandringham . Ladies' Croquet Club; which meets in the lBeach reserve at the foot of Abbott Street, right on the seashore. itself. Some two years ;ao [the iclub was homeless. To-day !their grounds, pavilion and accessories are replete with every convenience, and the members have entered on a stage of happiness that will render them free from any financial effort for some time to cosme. and leave them to enjoy the fruits of a well-earned rest. That the members are enthusi astic, and know how to conduct the affairs of the club on social and busi ness lines. cwill be seen byI the great success that. has attended their efforts The lawns are among the finest that croquet players are privileged to use. At any time, and immediately after rain even, the ground allows of play. Play is continuous winter and summer alike, ceasing only when 'it is necessary to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 July 1914

ARK Youa STOREKEEPER FOR Tom Smith's s From absolutely Pure SUPERIOR. Locally Grown Tomato Tatoes. " owsi Bottles. . . Sauce A High-grade _ _ Article. } IAUASMITH & AhwaerD AT LAMBERT, lighett Railway Statioy ' n enhm 206"-" -t. Phores-823 Windsor; 2243 City. Established 1867. ? JOHN KELLY PRACTICAL SADDLER and HARNESS MAKER, `.ý . " 384 High Street, St. Kilda, .and 488 PFlj:ders Street, Melbourne, opp. Market Gardeners Asoolatilon tiore Manufacturer of Every Description of Saddlery and Iarness at Lowest Price, Collars Made and Fitted under Speoal Supervision. Awarded first Prizes Ioyal Agricultural Show, 1910, 191 and 1912. Awarded First Prize .for Collars, 1912; A LARGE STOCK OF GOODS ALWAYS ON HAN D. A Red Hot Proposition. Have a Modern Gras Fire Installed ==- - @ No more chilly Half.Hours at Breakfast. One Penny gives you One Hour's radiant.heat. * It is Really Hot.--You can toast at it..-: Light it when you want it Turn it off when you don't. NO LABOUR, DUST or SMELL. N...

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SPORTS PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 July 1914

Chasriniii Mi,3 r1 Mahcer Sitrter -31rI:T. IlcKerral' : Judges Cr ':IIw? Ba rcss pod DrSl -'- icClellailnd -and c Lean: H alrapp es -lessrs 'D. Hdier and 1L Orford Sports Ground Sceretir-3I. 1.l Referr -J)rs. Vieiall and iny. BOYS 'IRACES, uundcr 6, 8, 10, 12: 14 Prizes ',trophi's. GIRLS' 'RACES; oiler 6 S, 10, 12, S14 Prizes Trollnes " MAIDE RACE': 'lst, ,15/-' "rid, 5/-. ,Entries close a S p ii . or' Friday :.Octdber ik, ;..ith· M?lr. N. L. "Or ":` fordl, rSouthern Cross" 'Olice and ?Mr. "I.7 Clairke,. Tohacconist, Church' street;.' liddle Brightioi:i Open,- ,to residents iin th?: State S.lec?orate ofBrightfon. SACK R]ACE Fist 10/6; 2nd, 2/6.' BOll CEPLF''I st, i/ *nil; 2/6. OBSTIAGCLE RACE ''si, £2t 2nd £1; 3rd, 10/-. Sa - conditions " s .Maildei Race " MAIttLU .I LAIES: RACE : 1st 1016; BASNlSIbEr 'S -RAC;s 50 'yards: 1st 1?0/-.; 2rid,.;/ 'om otitors - to play tir i t ig the race* Foiiur en ctries or- no . ra,;; 10Y1e 1'B 'JUMBiLE :1st U/t-ID 2n;d, siNGfs , c il sS",ACE g: 1st 1...

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Cricket. CLAYTON CLUB. PRESENTATION OF TROPHIES. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 July 1914

Cricket. CLAX ION CLUB.. - PRESENTATION OF T1ROPi'HIES. 'At :the Tennis Hall, Clayton recent 'I a ;very. enjoyable dntertainment was given btu the Dingley Dell Dramatic Co: ?'in aid of the Clayton Cricket Club.' and. notwit'hstanding the incle ient weather, the hall was packed. 'his dramatic company is so well known in this district, and has met !;ith such success, that it would be `invidious for us to imake comparisons as to the merits of the various per formers, who, one and all, sustained their oarts well. and their efforts were fully appreciated bv the audience, who were loud in their praise. The whole performance went with a swing from start to finish. During the interval the secretair. Mr. Bunny. 'read the re port for the first season, and was pleased to be able to say that the club had finished up with a credit balance of £9/13/6, after a very suc cessful seasop, being runner-up in the district competition. 'le president and Mrs. D)uerdin had generously do nated £5/5/. and Mr...

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PROCESSION PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 July 1914

Chairnianh-ir. I. Broirdley. - larchaSIF--. T .-lcKerial. Jsistiiitntl arshals 1le·sirs 31. MlcKen . . na d C.;llaciiann . Judges --horse, ;: \hhicle: and l)e.cora ;i.e-Cr. .G 11 . :Alford, Mr., J. Grait,'. and C .Cr' R. Chbesenian. Or"ihihl 'ind' Juenild 'TI'trinoutS 1o 1oAii. W.dA.hAilr ,ns and" 3lcs_.rs " L'. ldr'Iess ia i t. l\ilt' Groupi-:: 'Ill S'l. IE CORtATE 11 TIIRAI)ESIIEN'S - TlURNOUT , or :4 ; el ainj't tride Ist £6; "id, £3 ;rd. £1. 'Gotip '2- 0ST' IrOUNlTED 'ro CO.LTI 'TO"i':1 I COST?? 'l 31': . A'c i"o. ob Sject ht.l "ad "; did.£1; ,M,.rd 10/. Group' 3-?1L- r URIGINAl TArB 7 . ? I' UDA ltKTOWi0 . O OTIE R W EI' :' .Ist £2 2/- i' 2nd, ."1 1/-; 3rd .-alie 10/6 ;(Frindly. Socie ties excepted). Grup _'i i'-BlST'. S'.USTlNFID 0OR . UN]l EST CJIARACTErl, PRO CESSION AN) G'ROUNIIS:: 1st, (ironllp 5 -BtEST P LAIN- TRAIIES iEN S :-. I TWO-W LEEL -I : OcA'rl iltSE Ž!D- ItARNESS. All ni":mIist LIe lh. propeirty. of the 'cli bitor" -.'pen :io:all persons ili .bnsmes s n: Stiite i...

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SOCCER. BURNS v. SANDRIGHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 July 1914

IStUltn SA'. i '1)lG H Saidrilm f fliy 1the :above team luast at'urday,- alt1 by :"defeating the In oue to nil welt righit: thlirDui h theii I'eiifiilit tinatchcs.?tindefeatedl, a Ier formaninc to -bce.'jnstil: proml of. The teLnm,; -wais .lIinigh, um, Si;indlers, 11. (Cann, llcKenlie, ?, ut Birowi a3n cgr, F. Allai, Wl 'Cuanl, Overett, A. Allan. . - .,Saintlrilihnmu lost the tuss,:andl Cann ntid his i ni klicl;Ml off towards the souith goal. Burns forced the pace at the sthirt, but Saitimders sent thleni to the right-abouit, and Ovr'ett, re ceiving a pass frotm Iannl, clentrdl. M~angr hind a iry lit the goalie cleared, anti sent \\rll down to his left wingl, wlhere some tricky play took place. A foul againist the lhotmeters zave Burns atn Ioportliuittvy, and lling Itama & t',. had an anxious titme. Sanldringlhra cleared. 3langer dashed up the lilne and sent over to Canin. who drove straiight for goal, but the to\ve. was tlefeated, the leather .even tually gloini out of play...

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Selecting Strawberry Runners. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 July 1914

Selecting Strawberry Runners. The strawberry plant is liable t( yield an exceptionally large percent age of runners, which prove entirely impotent, or bear but very littlh fruit. This variation in productivity is due tp lack of maturation of the sap, through inequalities in the food supply and the vagaries of the sea son. Normally runners made in dry season are more fruitful thar those which push out and are fed lot a considerable period by strong par. ent plants. It takes a mature par. ent to furnish a fruitful. runner. This explains why the first runners, or those connected directly with the parent, prove more reliable that such as proceed from the immature runnersl Runners made in early and late summer are, locally, of more value than such as start in spring or autumn. The former are usually too strong and the latter too weab to be of value. The runner of most value is of medium strength, and has well-grown and fully-ripened leavel at the time of lifting in autumn. The "Liverpool...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 July 1914

Doherty & Co. 125-127 : Glen Huntly Road, Elsternwick, Winter Clearing Sale Now On. All Lines Reduced. 125.127 6?a Ij~tly Road, Elsterll ck. 'Phone-Brighton 1747. rercy sinLgeman (27 Years with Gaunt's) Ophthalmic Optician, LONDON HOUSE, 97 Elizabeth St. (Next Equitable Building). UPSTAIRS (TAKE LIFT), 2nd FLOOR. frIltE NATIONAL BANK OF AUS -J T]ALASIA LIL~ITED. A BRANCH IS NOW OPEN for t he Transaction of all Banking Business at 82 GLENKHUIJNTLY RD.; ELSTERN WICK. Under the Management of MR. E. ROWLAND JONES. n. eral. WIEFgr), General Manager. 2.1/6/14. "LTNSEED; CO6PEOUNBI" Ior Couihs iiI Coldsloosesi phIloigm, alIBys-irri tntion. - GROGAN'S WINTER C LE'ARING SALE IS NOW ON,.' - AND IILVLCONTINUE 'DURING JULlY. DBMIGATh'NS IN * ALL DEPART3IENTSE . 54-56 GLENHUNTLY ROAD, :; LSTERNWICK. LOST AND FOUND. LOST. BRASS CAP, off lorry wheel between South Melbourne and Moorabbin. Reward. G. Stayner, MIoorabbin. ITI AYE) from llentleisgh, one light r Fawn Jersey COW, in calf, brande...

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METROPOLITAN. ELSTERNWICK v. CAULFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 July 1914

vETL POITAN . I TST EIlIMl i CAUI FIELD. ,`'lirc.?ws:i.s a good; deal.of! ant st ri Lhie . m atch' lintisema".f : i above :lu'i., niirh nas pl it ic-theGaul lield C'icketI 'IGruili n onif'Salturilay be for a large aittedancie: lsternwick awe inithout the s.cr vices of,, theircaptaiii,: J. Morrison, Froomes, Niven. 1Parkinson,. ano Bas ir.; : whilst. (nallicld: lai their full stroeith. Elstmriiwick vlwere:, the first to attack, buln in" the. first, Iand. also secbndd and la't iiuarters, i.they issed the goal fr on easyv.,sc!rin positict.s, while --on the othlr halni; Clitallielo wiced very accurately. -:At thed half tuime interval the scores weredCaulli 7.3 (45 poinits )'to :Elste`rntiick's- 5.i •(39). E lsterunwickl ; however, were' m.-adinlmiat the hlast .hiniage, bu a few miniute I before time, Caulfiel: do~wm 'erel. : Tlie gmlom .lecame excit ing islElsteriwick rushel d forward, pi15 3loirris iims aiaieiild a free ;kick olr.the angle, fron :which le :asorWed a.. point; Ichich wa ...

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To Increase the Average Yield an Quality of our Fruit. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 July 1914

Te Increase the Average Yield an, Quality of our Fruit. (1) We must thoroughly under stand the appropriate shape, size, and substance of Ihe framework d the tree under a given set of condi, tions; (2) regularly prune out al weak and exhausted wood, so as tc prevent the appearance of inferior fruit, and secure hold, 'well-developee specimens from young- And health) wood; (3) cultivate in strict accord with the nature ofAthe season ans condition of the tref; (4) feed or re tard growth so as to obtain just ruch quantity and size in the leaver as will give the desired amount or food for the furtherance of the tree as a whole, and the making of flowei buds and Iruit ; (5) reduce the size of the tree; and (6) increase thi size of the fruiting wood as the trer ages; (7) we must prune according to our k1ow:edge. Only those whc can accurately account for every cut made on a t ee may deal w-ith a ) the details of pruning with success. Failing this knowledge, it is bettel to feed the soil with...

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The Nature of Fruit Trees Determined by Their Bark. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 July 1914

The Nature' of Fruiti Trees Deter. mined by Their Bark: . The substance atrd character oI bark goes far to decide -the strength of any tree, and its capacity for re sisting heat and cold. Smooth, hard harks invariably mean weakly trees, sensitive to heat, -~erefore they should not be selected for -planting in hot districts. Thick, down-covered bark is to he sought in apples for hot and shallow soils. The sonooth surfaced and thlin barks have a greater capacity for standing cold than heat, and prove most suitable for planting in deep, rich soils, as, owing to the limited amount of sap they carry, the tree eatures early and fruits Ireely, where a coarse harked variety would run all to wood. Apples, pears, plums, and cherries are most aiftcted by the substance and see :itiveness of their bark, blut there is no species of fruit which it will not pay to consider in this particular, :n order to insure the most appropriate growth for a given area.

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Stones Cracking and Irregularly Formed Stone Fruits. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 July 1914

Stones Cracking and Irregularly Formed Stone Fruits. Incomplete soil, injury to bark, and general debility in trees are res ponsible for these nefects. Lime almost everywhere a scarce quantity in Victoria-is particularly necessary to stone fruits. Its absence gives rise to small and unsound stones, which split and cause decay, or, the fruit powerless to expand, admits ol no developments on the weakly side. The reason for fruit being so much stronger on one side than the other is largely due to the sap flowing more freely on a particular side of the wood supporting the fruit. In the case of plums, they are fre quently "struck" by a cold blast when young and sensitise. This has the effect of withering, but not ac tually destroying a part, so .that only a proportion developing. pro 9erly gives a lop-sided form to thie fruit.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 July 1914

i. THREE MEDICAL WINTER REMEDIES. lf Foster's Bronchitis Cure. THE POPULAR REMEDY. It does not merely relieve a Cough, but it gives immediate relief, and removes the cause. Is.1 FOR LOSS OF VOICE, - - HOARSENESS, " - -. CHEST AFFECTIONS, &c. FOSTER'S Emusion of od t ver Oil --- --------.-. " d-W,6 . IamammlA, kwaswVoDhites ofLme an s. 6d. F ester's Record Embrocation For Rheumatism, Stiffened Joints, Sprains, &c. * n cases of Deep-stated Cests Colls-it is applied with advantage, Is Foster's Pharmacy Church Street, Middle Brighton - Telephone 1125 Brighton. Cuminq, Smith C& CO'.S SICKLE BRAND RETORTED CHARCOAL. This CI1TAlCOAL is made at our Wood Distillation Works at' Warbur ton. Its superior qualities are dlue to the fact that it is RIi'TOITED, liy' which process all iimpuritics are remooved, leaving behitod the pure CIHAR-i COAT.. For Household Use I'l IS UNEQUALLED AS A FUEil as it gives GIIEATERI 11 EAT than Wo;;d, Coal, or Coie.- . Being RETOItrEDI it is...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 25 July 1914

The QUALITY Btcher K. M orrison ST., BRIGHTON, . .." - , '" -.- , .. C/r Hampton St. TI ... Inn' SPECIAL STOCK Painter, OF . Paperhanger, WA.I. PAEr G~General Renovator, REASONABLE PRIEs House WORK DONE ALWAYS ON HAND an L Repairer. Hawthoran Road :Brighton Gardeners, I :WATERTIGHTS :and BLUCHERS. The Best in Quality means the Best Wear and the most Comfort. The Best is Always the Cheapest. eors t IT.MATTHEWS. os IREPAIRE - BOOT PALACE.- ToOC OHARMAN T MATTEWS ROAD, Ji T. T, CHELTENHAM Telephone 10, Cheltenham.. KEEPS THE BEST-GIVE IE: A TRY. To the General `Public of :?Cheltenham' and District:-Two things worth Remembering-J3 T.: MATTHEWS 1.-Has a todate Stock at our door' 2 Skilful Tradesalike 7 - eb ry h$barpin C?rpenters, Builders & General Contractors. All Classes of Alterations Work Executed ANYTHING Additions and in any State of the IN THE Sewerage Work S h o rte st N o ti c . Plans Prepared S and Estimates - Lowest Rates for All Trades General Repairs Always on Hand ...

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