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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 31 January 1914

FOOTBALL. Notes by "hALV FoRWARD." IThe announcement that Messrs A. ireen wood, secretary, A. Turner, trcasurcr, and V. R. Hyatt, prcss-corrcspondent, intentd to relinquish the offices they have so capably filled at the head of the Footscray Football Club, has had the effect of stirring up eariy interest in local football nmatters. Recog nising that there is no likelihood of the gontlemen nanmed being induced to recon sider their determinations and the necessity, if Footscray is to be represented by a first class team during the forthcoming season, of prompt effort to secure a capable set of officers to fill the vacancies, no time is being lost. A number of supporters have taken the nmattcr in hand and it is probable that to ensure an executive that will work amicably together, a "ticket" will be issued and recommended to menomnbers. On the list will possibly be found only four of last year's committeenen, vie. : Messrs W. Liversage, E. Smith, W. White and 1'. H-leffernan; for thie ...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LODGES & SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 31 January 1914

LODG&S & SOCIETIES. The loyal Waratah Ladies'cP.A.F.S. Lodge, No. 16, held their fortnightly mieeting on the 22nd inst. Sister Mrs L. Hishop, W.M., presided over a good at tendance. Two candidates were ad mitted to membership. Sister MIiss Tvy Greenwood, secretary, readl the quart erly report andl members were pleased to note the increased membership. The syllabus item for next lodge night is a Bruce auction. At the meeting of the Ivy Lodge, No 50, UJ.A.O.I)., on Monday evening last there was a fair attendance of members and their friends. Owing to the absence of the A.D., Pro C. Willis, V.A., occu pied the chair and conducted the busi ness. A letter was received trom the superintendent of the Women's Hospital notifying the lodge that Secretary Pro. Laurie had been elected a life governor of that institution in recognition of the efforts of the Druidic Order on their ba half last Easter. During the interval Cr Bell and Mr James (M.U.I.O.O.F.) were welcomed. A howls m...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOOTSCRAY CRICKET CLUB. To the Editor of "The Advertiser." [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 31 January 1914

FOOTSCRAY CRICKET CLUB. To the Editor of "The Advertiser.'' Sir,--In the issue of the " Indepon dent" of Saturday last reference was made to the above club as follows- "The Footscray Cricket Club is not paying sufficient attention to the prom ising'. junior; that Copplestone of church club fame, has been asked to step up into the ranks of North Mel bourne. " At the meeting of the com mittee held on Tuesday night last, ex ception was taking to the misleading and inaccurate first portion of the para graph. I am directed to inform you the committee of the Footscray Cricket Club challenge anyone to give a single instance wherein the club has been in any way remise in endeavouring to se cure local junior players. On the con trary the present season's committee and officers has undoubtedly done all in reason to promote the interests of the local junior clubs and players. The fact that Messrs. Easton, Grunden (2), O'Brien, O'Shannessy, McLean, Har rison, McKenry, Mason, Riley, Porter, Lohr...

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MEDICAL REFORM. To the Editor The Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 31 January 1914

MiEDICAL REFORM. To the Editor The Adverlisur. Sir,-After reauting the 59th half-yearly report of our U.F.S. Dispensary the thought has occurred to ime, Are we as members receiving the truatins i and attention that we shouldt receive friun the lodge doctors, and is the medicine precribod by them and dispensedl at our local dispensary all that it should be? Judging by the remarks and criticism one hears amongst mcembers level led against the present system it would appear that it is the very reverse of satis factory. Is it not a fact that a large per centage of our members are discouraged and disgusted at the treatment meted out to thelm as regards medical advice and drugs dispensed? It would be interesting to know the large number of members of the differ ct lodges who are at the present time under extra espense paying herbalists and others, beside purchasing patent umedicines after vainly endeavoring for imonths, in many cases, to get justice from the present system Splendid worlk ...

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RUPERTA. A ROMANCE. CHAPTER XIII.—(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 31 January 1914

HUPERTA. A ROMANCE. IT Sir William Magnay, Bart., Author of The Red Chancellor," " The Man of the Hour," " The Fall of a Star," &c., &c. CHAPTER X III.-(Continued). As he gaised the narrow streets his devil-may-care humour, which had been repressed by the events of the night, returned; ho hIummed a tune and5 strode along witlh his characteristic jaunti ness. Once ho stopped and sonteeld to debate with himself whother Ile should go on or turn back. "No; I must do it," he said. " A good turn from a stranger is wvorth six from a friend; and, after all, my life is not of such wonderful value or surety tlhat I nee' think twice about risking it." So, starting on again with ita inl purposeful gaits h soot arrived at the door of Ludovio vyou 13crtlhei's lodg. ing. As hIe looked tup at thle window, for a light, the mian ho sought catme round the eornor. "' Well miet, licutenant," Ito ;aid with a military salute. "I caino oil my way to-who linows?-tlhe gallows, pro bably, to g...

Publication Title: Advertiser
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RIFLE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 31 January 1914

RIFLE NOTES. BY 'BULL'S EYE." Footscray Club shoot to-day will bc 14 shots at 6oo yards for the third B. C. Skid moro shield. Owing to the handicappers being unable to meet tn time for the press report to-day's handicaps will be given out on the range. Riversides played Imperials (Richmond) last Saturday and were defeated after an exciting game by one run. IRiversides 57 and go, Gleeson ii and 22, Neil 23, Jenkins 15, Healy so. Imperials 8j and 65, byes 16 and is, Gleeson 3 for 12, Hecaly 3 for og,

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FOOTSCRAY AND W'MSTOWN DIST. JNR. ASSN. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 31 January 1914

FOOTSCRAY AND W'MSTOWN DIST. JNR. ASSN. Newport 39 (Hatch 8, Smith 6 for 13, Jackson 4 for 21) v Spotswood 7 for 100 (Verity 33, Thompson 20, Wraith 14 n.o., Ericson 3 for 18, Vickers 2 for 33. Dovers 78 (Brown 16, Lodwick 17, John- son 2 for 14, Mathews 4 for 15, Davies 1 for 1) v Rubber Works 64 (Erisfield 13, Derby- shire 12, Campbell 8 for 35, Belden 1 for 5.) Druids 79 (Duncan 36, Acreman 14, Balaam 5 for 18, Hally 3 for 8) v North Presbys. 5 for 96) Hudson 30, Anderson 23, Mills 13, Hogan 3 for 13, Duncan 1 for 9, Hatt 1 for 11) Owing to Footscray Club XI disbanding South Presbys had a walk over. Sugar Works bye The following is the position of the clubs in the Footscray and Williamstown Junior Association to date: —Sugar Works 27, Newport Workshops 21, Rubber Works 20, South Presbys. 20, Spotswood 18, Dovers 15, Newport 12, Will. Club XI 12, Druids 7, North Presbys. 4, Fcotscray Club XI (disbanded) 4. FOOTSCRAY AND W'MSTOWN DISTRICT CHURCHES ASSN. Lennox Street Methodists pla...

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FAULTY MEMORY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 February 1914

FA ULTY MEMORY. .a 1 ,loudChy's nutllll, l enr;o III amlll -l Inn1, wood : lll o ll ' r;1 I Ih111, +'iof Ylll ril tlle, stL edi ,losepll' l' ierll to . I'tz i' hil r'e?v'eryV or1, . 11101, lley lenl. Mr. C. i. \\'audliant apljearedi foir ei-nlatu ilnlau ld l1I. M Woodfnil for deftemilnul, wiho dlelied gel I lug Ole ou i 'ori (.' I lail nalilt. Gi oraur .illat illlni ll said l.noll inollll to Yirl'llrvIIh ni Ih il hi il Jull Il' i hed IIlu ticoss1fulllv' 'o gill cliecolti lodullo - iot. lerlowit,'& plilce. Onoi' day defii-ll dunl, tntaked for i lontu li' 1i f iild soll It nllauln ulleid Ford itol tlnd for it. Ihl was ?son lionextl. dlt'y and aid 'lie haid got .t1he .cIllli e alllll., right. aind ioulld pil it, .buck in Ifw days. ' \Wt.ness wilnt rotund' fCor til iimIoney sevI'eriI ihnes, bill. ws iiiWlays puLitt oil'l. Ine day deloendnciit ,i dlll-. i only owed £1:2. ld i( on inother o' cjas?l?l dentled iir ruwi? aly laioleoney ill all, . Joseoph Ford ra1uid ho wais ii ?kili;...

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STREETS CONVERTED INTO SHAMBLES. To the Editor of THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 February 1914

STREETS CONVERTED INTO SHAMBLES. Io the Editor oJf '1T1H. ADvcRlPr, ii. Si r-,--I hbg lea vwe, iihrough iyour Ial iable, tlih a, c l n lls, t lll olt iy m lllp atic Pro,.st, to the mne.thod adopted by our lo cal ·o unnc il ol lir:cers, in i h , d e ,,rne l(iion of stray goats in ti111' at'ill s. It, was only on 'T'u1 sdiy Ilst, lid inst., wh1ililn "pro?'ding along Soinervillo rd., 4ln the last sidet of Ih11e railwiiiy gateLs (l. t-hikcly popnlnted 'residelltial 'oeI tre), I1hn1 a gun shot. rang o tiL, ind to lily sulrprise I saw 'hliil, i vt y fin sl'4miltmon of a. goa, hail lei'ceivtd LhI contents of Ith slllinr'ti gimi (010oe of our conulleil olli ,ti's), hut, ulnlortunat-l t'13 wls lnot, a?fliciientl Io kill uti,right. 11which11 ('ould not, expeltced froni all nllllinay shot-gunLT ; 111 111 ' the poor r'-ared on its hilnd legs, alnd tliheni w11 ,Id lowily 11 il( .ic'kly away i hv illh its 1111a of shot, 11nh4dled in its hgdy, th tll .wlit tl, h co i pll tiol o f tragedy. In Inil,...

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ANNUAL MEETING. FOOTSCRAY DISTRICT COURSING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 February 1914

ANNU.7AL MEETING.. -- - b-- I'UU'I'SCItAY I)LST'L'JIC L' OUI(SING( CLIUB. Th litilital laret lg of1 :lih ovc '1'IIii1 l/A' ;}1|;I ill('Y t ld Oi [ll (' Viliiit'iV cliiih \\;i.s b1] /II Ill the Ir n' cll Hall ou .%lasi.|:.l, ]"o~ LhnIn . 2ndI, Ihere' ])hein a iiil IuII' l ll i'uiir pf hIolltu g t t'l I i 'i'|sti ii. i'o wiII'. l . l)ll'l i'lloii ]. I h; I| i llg I : sials l il l ill'n. wit h lt. iii)151'iiiii i 1iiiiii 111 I liii: I wish(~. ·11'' N\l il'. NV. Ni it a11 I 1111 l\lli1l {'|;ll1/((~~ LIIIIII]iI .? . .[l ll'] ll]. ' i, l.?e \;,lll i lii i i'hllu'iri . rci n'?t he. NlI. -i . son the inhUnfarsdspyn i-iaI i rie emnlin.frlile vle A f t. i lll lll' Iii llull f il2Vt' VS tiih ' ;it £l 0, Tli] hi hl rit 'Fi dii iVt' Nilollit Ill l eaIi r'ti'tiig jii'sIIIC t'iit hai fail o / IL i0 1iliit , us o lin i oi' lir? ji ti is n'l|ous I t l'l,ly l I cilToliI , ill'r si hill iiit'iiii 13,lill liili1y li ritiici, re0 illa 1 . .1lilllgs II 1the. M-as.\ . l Eot,?i alnd ll : c tlurlo, Me ssrs....

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A NIGHT WI' BURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 February 1914

A NIGHT WI' BURNS. A veryc successful m'ening was SiIIttt when the I'uotscray Scottish Thistlu Society ceoloratedfltle nllniversi?trV of the birth of Scotia nul's ,bard, "lBobble" tliii Ins. l'romt I tlI mali walz"Io "Ahuldl Laug Syno' things wahnt ur rily along. nuehteig and vucalism was indulged int and scverl'al ve'ry good .ur Iists were presclit. Tlhe 111nurch of tIle "h'aggis" wais very limposaing, lldt evoked the choors of the Ibrtlo Soets I.resent. It. was led by n kiltie with SIltnked sword atnd .Ile pipeors, iand was f'ullo,,ed by tho' presidenti, l11o. .1. Stortl, land uolelbers of' the clubl, after which Itho president.' mid the Selkirk graco: "Siome ha. ulea, and eitt, l cat, And 1iUL1e wnld el' fhlint wanllt it: lIll we Iae 111i1et 111a wesLn c ell t, And sio the Ltorhld he thauxlit." ' .'Tio s?ailgo was tastCfully. decoratedI witll Scottishll thistle d hlieather., sipo ciully seti. frolm the, "ilighiands,? ' Iland the hall was garnishied with bunllting, Ilrtis' photo, ...

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HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 February 1914

HORTIUULTURAL SOCIETY The I'obriuary.atmonibly meeting will Ie .held Iat: tile Maisoic lall on Tueu dnpi next, iho 10th ilst., at. 8 pan.m. sharpr. Mr. G. J.lohson, the well. ItoIIw growe\ r of liot. ulllllus, IN to give a11n Iaddrl' on "Theo Tr'rilllauntlo of Pot Pilllts." t isIN to bhe lIollxl thero will hbe ihg large tteliduco of at nmbersol n. T111 e lmmm vttij.llllllt , or .lmoldinU g an allunlllllll sithow. -witl ttine discusseds, ats ow\illg to Ithe forailntiou lt' ooral Ivl~l socaletie,. who illr-1111 a ll. nious to-.huld an iuttt'umniU slioW, the uatoter of butoos* ing -Nuiitulniio iatein 1?s I itfor ofii someo dllliulty. T'icketl., for tIh? imotor lhiit. trip to Ilveor Vi.t (IIss,?lhloln Itiver Lelague Henley Ioegatll) Oi Slturdayttx,, Feb.' 14, will be amimhllte atl. the iteeting. (Advt.). Don'L forget exhibits.

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TECHNICAL OFFENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 February 1914

TECHNICAL OFFENCE?S. SAt. the samen court. James.Wiliahtms, John Craine iud 'John Joynt. were charged with trespassing on railway promises at Suushine. ''he evidence' was Ihat IdoCoudauts lefo. t he - piltforlm at>l;th wrofig endk and n aldmlttiug Ihis defendants said they had been doing the same thing for two or three years. They had no idea they \\ere oTfeuding. Mr., Cole, P.M., said a technical of fence had heen columitted and lined each defendant. 1/-, with 4/2 costs.

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IN A GOOD CAUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 February 1914

IN A GOOD CAUSE, A .illig Ill lii I iii hl li li'tl Fl(t'ls '\%as I'uveo hid ; lgainsl by Inspechtr iil rsitlin. ;111 cilli u!zr l i' 1t' I;alll\vwI v )r'. 11;lr' illiv ll. :11 Ihle 1,111 illl inh v Co( ll't, .11 W et' i?di'sdtl inl I i t chlit g o ( 'I ridinig tll li vel. b ? Ih22, I milrary to 11v n ' vegul. a NW . H|>tllt' l I 'lllill i ir ' for r lhii' tiln ill, \\Ih plea: 11 d n1 11411 iltilly. '1I11' vi'\hdeice' f It' .l'l, .I. \W eihl . nli ll i' iis t'i l 'iv t till, s id thai t fnil 1II I l Iha I tllP imi 'dl l hi, Ir ilJll \\Is i11111 riilit i titi It ^ it'ln iii ii i ii l' iii t i lt llltlii' sIul lerl p o \i ne, l l n s roli OK- frniii, ;is l llill ti l (I il l liti ll I' llll ml lll Ifn iI I iho i i tlll" i . ii '1 1 1 1 Il ,i l NOII; i t11 t 11 i ' 1 fl I's .liil r?n?l Ii t'ol llhc-ri tIll Ihil I'Intl th l ld. Hv I ltti eIe;I ' Ktci lcsiit l ii.' t i l ' it.' ttg il lt ti ltsi ,ll: r1i tll ltss\ e t oilits\\ I d i lli w ?S l lill i l tl' I t1e 1i1, ni il' l 1i 1,4s1...

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RUPERTA. A ROMANCE. CHAPTER XIV.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 February 1914

U PER TA. A ROMVANCE. BJ Sll WILLIAM MAGNAY, BART., Author of !'The RedlChancollor," "The Man of the Hour," " The Fall of a Star," &o. OHAPTER XIV.-Continued. "They aro," said Rollmar, "the un been insignia of royally. I have done Imy best for l11i-iy \yir.s to keep thoen from galling your HIlighness. But ii you paer.sisf I feeling lor them, I o:us o no more. Perhaps it is as wll; I ay havo do10110 too much already." Thereowas in this, as thoe Duko know well, a covert threat of retirement; and, much as ho would have liked tc take at his word tlhe determined and oxacting old minister, who constituted the nmost galling of all Ilis fetters; yoe for the safety of his kingdom, and, what touched 'hinl narer, his own per sonal sellurity, leo dalld not. Cold bloodedl,crul, relent l:.ss, falso wher expediency called for ldecit, overboea ing andl contoneptuous to the Ilastoi llwhom ho led by tlie nose, Chancolloi Rolllnar was yet holest enough of pur pose illn is patriotism, and his h...

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RAILWAY MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 February 1914

IA1ILIWAY MIATTERS, At. Mondays council meeting Cr Pearce drew attention to the state of the hooking office on No. 4 plntform. The place got flooded out in wet wen ther. There might now be a chance to get the buildings completed on that. platform as the department had n num her of workmen engaged there at pre ntent. Cr Johnson said in wet. weather when there was a heavy downpour people had to stand in water which rushed over the platform. Another matter that re quired attention was the issuing of tickets. Hei knew of people who often had to miss trains, dute to inattention of clerks just. rushing over at the last, minute to serve t.ickets., lie hoped the attention of the authorities would be ldrilt to the matter.

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WEST FOOTSCRAY PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 February 1914

WEST FOOTS'RAY PRO GRESS ASSOCIATION. A welrllh-atten l l I oting of West I'rotcriiVy Progress Association tr 1`s hl'ldr oln T'Irslsdiy. lI\'e Inv\ nT "nhers Eer clvelted. i h A ltlr fro t o h con i - ril was red, sta?tinig lilt, the Metror politan TioartI is prepared Ito liy down w-lter inll Frliiris, Rlupert ?nl Clive shotsl, on receivilng I1he nreessary 6 per con(. As thre present residents are only nui lient to guarantee. S,3 per (ent., a list is linlg srignred freely iy tIose wirlling i guaraniiee ithr hal Ian,i. This will be ,stnl to thie c111 'il, t4eth lhr with a reinrest (lthr, thei hord he askedl to do the <ork ais rolr Es possible. 'There is also 1r EovErmrlt al'pot. to sEl. r',e land i n which to rret rt halli inr holding imentings. A coin ilitter is nleing formedi to gr ito in ih Ilir tttlr. 'I'he fortihcl ming d prll rittilon wilh Corlllln nisi lllrs of S ilr wr ys 0r u ir S 11.so discisd, and rt'liher grievances were hrougiht forwird. The'se will re ceive f...

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A CLEAN CERTIFICATE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 February 1914

A CLEAN CERTI FICA TE. It will be remembered that at the itrevious meeting of the F'ootscray Council Mr W. A. ElliottL complained thatl after hayving recel'ived an assurance from the'Tiown Clerk that there was no monies owing nit i prope'rty purchased by him he had received an account, .for1 The mattl(r was atgailn unIIder conside rnti on o MlN ildy Inst., 1'Cr JIohlnson said the council could not. go against aI Imani when their town clerk hntd given a ch'ln11n certificatoe. Cr lllrris I saiJ at the time it was morst improper to lsk hint to pay.. Cr McDonalr said there, was sone tihing lax soiI'where. Mr Elliott had got, a clean sheet fronm the Council before he bIought the hind. Cr Shillab ur B[itlfor th.e town cle rk gave it certificate he should have inte r viewed the lengineetl atnd rate collector. 1 e (lidr not feel inclined Io ask Mr Elliott to maiy. It wis ngrleed that the +nlllunll rhut 1 on Ll'the property Ie struck olutl.

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THE COUNCIL STAFF. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 February 1914

THE COUNCILi STAFF. At, the Footscray Counct:il meetinji on Monday, AlMr. ,i. Knox, assistant. engineer, applied for an increase in salary. Ho had heen in the employ of the Council for I years and 7 lmonths. Cr. Pearce asked that, an inquiry be held info' working of the whole of the Council staff. Tie was not satisfied with the work received-at least-not with the system--and moved that a, colmnlitte? he appointed to go into the wholo matter. HTo would move in that, direction at. next Council meet. Cr. McDonald: The Council, as a whole, T presinme, will deal 'with this. Hfowover, we are to receive a report from the Surveyor noxt Monday. Cr. Bell: I have pleasure in mp-, pmrting Cr. Pearco. We have applica' Lions almost every Council inceting for advances in wages or salaries. Cr. Shillabeer: 'Mr. Knox has been with us 10 years and 7 montlhs, and is now qualifyigg for examnination. There is a positito lr two knocking about, and he did not know whetlher the En gineer could fill Mr. Kno...

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BUILDING REGULATIONS. To the Editor The Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 February 1914

B/UIJIIliDrG fRtEGULATI ONS. To the lEditlor The Advertiser. Sir,--l w\isth to drml tllo attention of 'll Lcpayers to a., fe l ilctý r' lating to tilo building in Tongue strcut. lluif conlltrry to the reiguliition. When firsl. their ttiLention wast drawn to it, the Survoynr hLttteId thit lie had inspected it and lihid notilied tlih builder to lllakn-tho neccbiallrv illteriioIn to com-ll plly withl thl, hebhilin; rlegulltion, and llo woutld sti Ihllt, it lil.is carried out.. Tliot biuildiing is I Iow compjl,'ted lind ocrutpit'd. Sincl' tOn I troite l.ti 1itoh Couniiil, ;l:king if tira reguilatioiln- had hcin coplied u itll, it n i thl riply is Itlti it is foiund liatl sa"ti o ctuit licie fitih tho ptrovis.ioni i of the building re gitlationi, aind ;i'cordingt to the "Advr tiei'" report thll Sirvo.vor .a.s tlhat tlio liuilding regulation doe. not allow iiterfertci' o when adjoining bllockh are fo nlld lty thle snillni person. It tluch is righlit, wly Ia have housc, to bo builti hix fe...

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