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Friendly Societies' Bazaar. Gift Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 17 April 1915

Friendly Societies' Bazaar. Gift Evening. On Tuesday evening last a Gift Evening was held in the Me chanics' Hall under the auspices of the H.A.C.1B.S. in aid of the furnishing of the Plain and Fancy Stall at the Bazaar to be held at the end of next month There was a large attendance cf lodge representatives and a good number of various gifts received, which will form a vailuable nucleus for others promised. The hall was arranged as a drawingtoom; the floor space being covered with small tables decorated with flowers, and chairs. :Mr J. Smyth had charge of the arrangements and carried out his duties with charac teristic energy and promptitude. A lengthy, varied and entertain - ing program was rendered, a pleasing feature of which was the dancing of the pupils of Miss A. Maher, herself the champion ScQtch dancer, and others, inter spersed with songs by artists of ability, and a very fine violin solo by Miss E. Mulien. Following were the items :-Overture, Miss Maddock; song, The Valle...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 17 April 1915

High-Class Grocer es Best Brands of DairV Produce Cheap Lnes in LrockerV a CutlerV first-grade Ir onmongery Genuine Chaf and cre ls Dett Olt' [AO~res Berry -& Cto, (Opp. State Sovings Ban h) Tel. 7 OakMeigh Cafed .i s Published every 1IHELP Your District Db.... Patronisiday the Loca Press PER Atherton road, Oakleigh How many tousands of men and women sufer in someat shape or other with their feet? To all persons the feet are of the utmost importance, To business _Eopie rapid and comfortable walking is always essential. To men and m en en of fshion an lesure i he comfort of the feet means a greaceful and attractive walk. Perspiring feet are the primary cause of most troubles, besides emanating a disagreeable, even revolting odor, engender a mnltitnde of aches and pains, making a person so afflicted, nervous, oblivions and irritable, for continuous pain will ruffle the smoothest temper. But remember this-No person living need perspire or sutlffer with their feet. The Powder if...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The War. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 17 April 1915

The 1 W0 ar. One parcel has been forwarded to Lady Xlayoress' Patriotic League containing 7 military flan nel shirts; also one parcel to Red Cross League, Federal Govern. ment flouse, containi?g .31 crochet face washers, 8 pairs of hand knitted socks, 2 large bundles of old iinen. The secretary (dvrs Birch, At _ kinson street) will be glad to re ceive further donations in lmuney, no matter how small, so that the work could go oa, also pillow slips or towels. These are needed by the Red Cross League.

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
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Vaudeville Entertainers. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 17 April 1915

Vaudeville Entertainers. Cayley's Vaudeville Entertainers -a talented combination of ac complished artists - made their third appearance at the Mechanics' Hall, Oakleigh, on Wednesday evening. From the opening chorus to the farce at the close interest was well maintained and applause freely bestowed. Violet Cairoy, Eileen Lewin, Elsie Morris and Ivy Boston were pleasing in serio and dance, and Cal Gray convul sed the audience with his famniosi ties and songs, especially When the Bugle Calls. Jack Norrie, the famous Scotch comedian, sang both humorous and sentimental songs (several of them at the re quest of the audience) and is a de servedly popular vocalist, as was evidenced by him receiving encore after encore. Mr Williams gave several personations of Dickens's characters - Uriah Heep, Oliver Twist, etc. - in a very capable manner. The entertainment con cluded with the screaming absur dity, In the Coal Box, by the company. Will McKay, the ever popular accompanist and musical direc...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Springvale [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 17 April 1915

Springvale The Springvale Recreation Fund Bazaar was concluded last Saturday night, when the final tug-of-war was contested between Springvale and Clayton. Mr W. N. Wau chope acted as judge, and after a strenuous contest, Springvale 'won by two inches. The pull, which was for ten minutes, was won in the first two minutes, the last eight minutes being a dead heat. At about 10 o'clock Mr Wan chope auctioned a number of things, which met with keen competition, and at the termination of the sale three cheers were given for the popular William by the large crowd that was present. There is some talk of a contest between the winners and a team from Dande nong. The stall-holders cleared almost everything and great praise is due to the ladies and their assistants. Mrs and Miss McQuade, with their pretty attendants, did good work, while Mrs Harris, Mrs Corridace, with the Misses Harris (2), Brady, and McQuade got a lot of money and pleasure out of their stall, which was beautifully decorated....

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Oakleigh Police Court. Thursday, April 15. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 17 April 1915

S akleigh Police Court. Thursday, April 15. SBefore Messrs McLorinan (chair man), Henry, Phillips, O'Leary and Jane, J's.P. DEsr. C. Davis v. W. R. A. Phillips, claim on default summons for £1/5/-, work and labor done. Order for amount, with 15/- costs. Ruby and Robinson v. Ernest T.. Lang. claim £2/3/5. Mr Westley for judgment creditor, examined defendant as to his ability to satis fy the order made in February, and he said that his average earnings had been about £2 per week and he was agreeable to pay 10/- per month, starting next week. An order was made accordingly, with £1/5/6 costs, in default of any one payment s:ven days' imprison ment.

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 April 1915

A Big Variety of Crockery, Cutlery, AND Ironmongery, Meat Safes Garden Hose and Tools, Wire Netting, Plain & Barb Wire T MBER Hardwood, Jarrah, Red Pine, Red Gum, helving, Baltic, Oregon, Moulding, Palings All Builders Require * ments 'Reliable" Stoves Bath Heaters AGENT FOR: International Harvester Gompany and the new, already famous reliable, money 6, 99 saving and Aj a worry saving Fire Extinguisher save hundreds of pounds by spending 15/ Everything hard can be had at J. J. Webster's Hardware Store and Timber Yard, Broadway, Oakleigh 'Phone 28 Windsor. Lutjohann and Hardy Experts in Horse Clipping and Singeing. Terms Moderate. All orders left with Mr HARDIE, Oakleigh Junction Hotel, will be promptly attended to. Right Here for Furniture Portman-St., Oakleigh. High Class New and Second Hand (Direct from Best Manufacturers) Bedsteads, Wire Mattress, Bedding Go Carts, Linos, Hearth Rugs, Door Mats, Carpets, Kitchen Utensils, etc. Beiow City Prices Contents af Houses Bought. ...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Here and There. NOTES ON CURRENT TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 April 1915

Here and There. NOTES ON CURRENT TOPICS If anything were needed to prove the generosity of the Austraiaa public it is found in the response to the appeal on behalf of the Bel gians. It is generally acknow ledged that, through them keeping the Germans at bay for three weeks, the French and Bri tish were given time to prepare to meet the foe. That fact, coup led with the horrors that have been the unhappy lot of the brave Bel gians has fired the imagination and aroused the sympathy of all who have hearts to feel and power to help. It was naturally some time, owing to the lack of detailed in formation, before the public were fully seized of the great self sacrifice and heroism of this gal lant little natian, but once that fact had been stamped upon the public conscience they hastened to send succor from the dire spectre famine. Admiration ripened into pity and a desire to save. Their "pity gave ere charity began," and most no doubt realised that here at the antipodes we dwelt in safety...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Friendly Societies' Bazaar. A.N.A. Gift Night. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 April 1915

Friendly Societies' Bazaar. A.N. A. Gift Night. The sec.v;l social evening in connection with the forthcoming Oakleigh Friendly Societies' Ba zaar was held on Thursday, in the Mechanics' Hall. under the aus pices of the Oakleigh District Branch, A.N.A., which has the kitchen and jumble stall. There was a large attendance of represen tatives of the various lodges and their "sisters, cousins and aunts." Card tables covered the hail and quiet games of cards pleasantly oc cupied the company while, at frequent intervals, a mnsical pro gram was rendered. While all the items were good, two call for special mention, notably the violin solos rendered by Miss Mullen, which gave great pleasure to all, and the humorous songs given by Mr Slattery, who was in fine fettle. For the last two -items, one of which was an 'encore, he was accompanied by an invisible but powerful chorus, and at the close of each was the recipient of floral offerings, -which was a compliment indeed to his powers to please...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
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Caulfield Council. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 April 1915

Caulfield Council. The ordinary meeting of the Caulfield Council was held on Tuesday evening, when the M:ayor, Cr Eggleston presided over a fnll attendance of councillors. Railway Matters. The Railway Commissiouers wrote declining to provide an ex tra train on the Oakleigh line be tween 10.35 a.m and noon as r quested.-Received. A number of ratepayers direct i attention to the inconvenience caused through keeping the gates at Grange road, on the Oakleigh line, closed, They stated that the gatekeeper had mentioned that she was only to keep the gates open till 8 p.m., and it was only to ob lige the people that she kept them open till 9 p.m. Cr King said that he had been delayed for 25 minutes before he was allowed through on one oc casion, and a similar complaint was made by Cr Thomson. The Town Cierk said he had had an interview with officers of the de partment on the matter, and they stated that the gatekeeper was ex ceeding her duties. Instructions had been issued to have the gates...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Patriotic League. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 April 1915

Patriotic League. The Secretary (Mrs L. J. Birch) would like donations of pillow slips, sheets, towels, or old linen, towards the new Hospital 'Ship which the Commonwealth Govern ment is giving. Provision is to be made for 1,040 beds, and the staff will consist of 35 officers, 146 nurses, and 250 non-commissioned officers and men. The Kyance was equipped by gifts from differ ent suburbs. Money is requited to go on with the work of providing comforts for our men in health and sickness, no matter how small the amount. The Turf. V.A.T.C. RACES, CAULFIELD. Khartoom Hurdle- Milkabah or Chess Katandra Two-year-old Saobie's Elect or Killogie Glen Huntly Cup The Lintie Lady Mooltan Hush Money Necrim Steeple Home Rule or Yiralle Glenferrie Welter- Lornez or BelleviIle Brighton Handicap - Maultguard or Lord Walla

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
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Railway Extension. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 April 1915

Railway Extension. A meeting of residents of Oak leigh and surrounding districts in terested in the proposed railway 1 from Oakleigh to Ferntree Gully, via Notting Hill, was held at the Mechanics' Institute on Tuesday evening last. The Mayor (Cr Andrew) was voted to the chair and there were 18 present. Cr Brine, who had convened the meeting, said in ;response to the chaitman's call to explain the reason why it was called: As a good many of you know, no effort has been made for some time to bring about railway extension. It has been proposed; to- construct a railway from Burwood to Glen Waverley, also to the same place via the Springvale cemetery line. I believe the determination of Par liament to make the line to Ferntree Gullyl via Box Hill, instead of through Oakleigh, was only. de cided by one .vote. I believe if this route from Oakleigh is proper ly put before the Railways Stand ing Committee it will be accepted, and as Parliament is now sitting we should make some start. My ide...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
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Oakleigh Police Court. Thursday, April 22. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 April 1915

i Oakleigh Police Court. Thursday, April 22. Before Me sr; McLorinan (chair man), Andrew, Henry, Nicoll and O'Leary, J's P. • THE VACCINATION LAW. Matthew Cahill was charged on the information of Constable Pear son with not causing his child to be vaccinated. Fined 20/-, in de fault distress. STRAYIrNG CATTLE Wilcock v. Unknown owner of a grey pony gelding found wander ing in Warrigal road-Withdrawn, the owner having claimed the ani mal and paid costs. ROBBERY AT RAILWAY STATION. Cyril Pittar Stanton, 61j, piano forte tuner, was charged that on the 17th inst, at Oakleigh, he feloniously took away and stole 7/6, the property of the Victorian Railways Commissioners. Henry B. Davies, porter at the local railway station, deposed: I was on duty on 17th, and about 2.15 p.m had occasion to leave the "up" platform office and cross to the " down" (main) office. I saw accused come to the window while I was there, but when I came out of the " down" office he had dis - appeared., I hurried back...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
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Farewell to Rev W. A. Phillips and Welcome to Rev E. A. Ingham, B.A. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 April 1915

Farewell to Rev W. A. Phillips :and Welcome to Rev E.:A. Ingham, B.A. On Tuesday, April 13, the parishioners of the newly-formec parish held a social gathering it the iDunoon street Hall, for the purpose of saying farewell to the Rev W. A. Phillips, who hai labored in the district for mang years. The Chairman was Mr W. H Sheppard, the only vestrymen nov in office who belonged to the firs church committee here. He gay a fine historical review of the life of the church and parish and the part that the late vicar had takes in that work, stating that he be lieved that with a less energtic man at the head of affairs, the: would not be possessed of th building which they now have ti worship in. Mr Henry Duffy, chuchwarden was then called on by the chair man to speak, and in the course a a brief address endorsed the re marks of the chairman, and thel handed to the late vicar a purs, of money as a token of esteem ih which he was held by the parish ioners among whom he hay labored for so lon...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The War. Belgian Relief Fund. UNITED SUNDAY - SCHOOLS DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 April 1915

The War. Belgian Relief Fund. UNITED SUNDAY - SCHoorS DEMONSTRATION. / The Oakleigh Sunday-schools hold a united patriotic demonstra tion on Sunday next, 25th, in the recreation reserve, at 3.15 p.m., in aid of the Belgian Relief Fund. There will be singing by the children, conducted by Dr Birch, Pelling's Orchestra, and the Oak leigh Brass Band will render sacred selections, and,the ministers of the local churches will give brief ad I dresses. The Consul-General for Belgium will be present and give an address, and a collection will be taken up on behalf of the Belgian Fund. The committee are determined that they will leave no stone un turned to make the effort a success. Permission has been given by the Defence Department for members of the military forces to appear in 5 uniform. Captain Bryant, the area 1 officer, will be in command of our local boys, some of whom will be s detailed to take tup the collection on behalf of the Belgians. Provided the weather is fine, it 1 is expecte...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
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St. Peter's, Murrumbeena Induction of Rev. E. A. Ingham, B.A. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 April 1915

St. Peter's, Murrumbeena Induction of Rev. E. A. Ingham, - B.A. The induction of the Rev. E. A. Ingham, B.A., as the first vicar of the newly formed Parish of St. Peter's, Murrumbeena, took place on Thursday evening, Sth inst., in the presence of a large, congre gation. The Archdeacon of Melbourne conducted the induction after shortened evening prayer, which the retiring vicar (Rev ,W\V. A. Phillips) conducted. The Arch deacon, in the course; of his ad dress, referred to the excellent work of the late vicar, stating that his works were monuments of his activity and zeal. Others ass'sting in the service were the Rev M. J. B. Bennett, B. A., B.D., of Holy Trinity, Oak leigh ; Rev A. Law, B.D., of St. Andrew's, Brighton ; Rev C. H. Raymond, Th.L., of St John's, Bentleigh ; Rev W. A. Phillips and Mr Ellismith (an hon reader from Toongabbie, who read the lesson) ; Mr E. S. Brett and Mr Henry Duffy. ! The offerings at this service were devoted to the';Society for the Visitation of the Sic...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
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Football Opening of Season LEAGUE & ASSOCIATION GAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 April 1915

Football Opening of Season LEAGUE & ASSOCIATION GAMES. By "Follower" League. St. Kilda v. Sth. Melbourne Collingswood v. Essendon Carlton v. Fitzroy Melbourne v. Richmond Geelong a bye. Association : Nth Melbourne v. P. Melbourne Brighton v. Williamstown Essendon v. Brunswick Footscray v. Prahran Hawthorn v. Northcote Oakleigh v. Clayton THE LOCAL TEAM PLAY FIRST PRACTICE MATCH OF SEASON. OLD & NEW PLAYERS SVRIKE FORM. About ten of Oakleigh's men made the journey to Clayton on Saturday last - a poor turn out. Clayton have a splendid eighteen and have a good number of new recruits to draw from. Six by standers offered their services to the visitors and brought their number up to 16 men. The game was far more interesting than the scores indicate ; the individual play of several men on both sides was excellent, while several incidents which cropped up during the afternoon were extremely Eunny. Oakleigh were best repre sented by Tait (c), Couper, Miles, Bennett,Cove,Alla...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
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Oakleigh District Junior Football Association INAUGURAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 April 1915

Oakleigh District Junior Football Association INAUGURAL MEETING. Delegates representing the Dan denong, Murrumbeena, Oakleigh Juniors, Oakleigh West and Springvale Football Clubs met in the lodge-room, Bryant's Hotel, on Thursday 15th inst., with a view to forming a Junior Football Association in the district. Mr Henry J. Lee presided, and the draft rules submitted at a previous meeting were confirmed. Some discussion as to the age question took place, but it was decided to adopt an average age of 18, with a limit of 20 years on Ist January. The following officers were elected: President: Mr Henry J. Lee Vice-Presidents: Mr T. Thomas and Mr W. Burgess Secretary: Mr D. Masterton Treasurer: Mr H. J. Lee The committee to consist of two delegates from eadh club lin' the cormpetiton. Intimation was given that two new clubs from Carnegie and Caulfield, respectively, would pro bably send delegates to next meeting, and: also a likelihood of a team from Mordialloc entering the competition. I...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
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Mulgrave Shire Council [Concluded from last week]. Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 April 1915

Miailgrave Shire Couanci [Concluded from last week]. T Correspondence. From W. Angliss & Co. re account from railways for haulage on 20 trucks metal from Camber well to Ashburton, at 5/- per truck and asking for particulars. - 21 Dealt with last meeting. From Shire of Ferntree Gully re diversion of Dandenong Creek, p, stating a culvert is being put in which will remedy. From J. H. Ward re entrance being lower than roadway-Re ferred to Clerk of Works. From J. Marriott, asking per mission to remove metal and screenings left by the contractor Co to make entrance-Cr Jordan: Mr Marriott is a ratepayer who has made big improvements, but it would not be good policy to grant his request-Cr Closter: There are tons of metal which could be used in blinding, etc., instead of tipping c over the bank.-The Secretary: He told me he would take it off when he came to it-Cr Closter: It is not fair to the ratepayers, when there are tons of valuable metal not taken off.-The secre said he would s...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 April 1915

Business Notices. It will pay you To shop THE WE~EBAL BOOTSELLERS Tel. 150 Oak. AT AT A therton road, Rodd~ck s OANLEIGH ." The Old Establishedl Grocery, Coffee, and Tea Stores, Opposite Rai?way Station Entrance. B, Proprietor Freshly Roasted Coffee Beans Ground to Order. Dairy ProduceFresh Daily. Noted shop for Hams and BaCOn. Sole Agent foi--VOBCum Oil CoV's. Perfection Stoves and Room H3eateirs. Established 1579. FOR A FASMONABLE SU T TRY has1 BURTON 419 Bourke=st., Pi ?1lbourne (Opposite Kirk's Bazaar) ... ............. ..... . ...... .. 1s t F lo o r ) Fit, Style and Workmanship iuaranteed Prices to Suit Everyone. Private s" Iona," Atherton Road, Oakleigh Address Suits to Suit Everyone. Open till 10 o'clock Friday Nights and I p.m. on Saturdays. GEO© W. McGILL 9V-`.TAILOR AND M?IERCER. Portman Street, Oakleigh, also 8o Swanston Street, ......... iMelbourne ......... Sac Suits from 63/-, Fit and Style Guaranteed. Gentlemen's Mercery at less than City Prices. Ladies' Costumes a S...

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