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Napolen I. and the Jews. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

icapolen I. and tlhe Jews. To ote oppressed people of Israel, o, t leng?tl declared equal before the law with their follow-countrymen, Na ,n ,1cared liiike the long-expected dsiah, whose advent all but a ration. "s-ing few were still taught to look fr. Patriotism, if we mean thereby derotion to the institutions of the holy (ozumarempire,was hardlytobesupposed mnn whom its laws denounced tlter the tyrannous fashion of the im ri.l jurists. Kon licec esse sos. ihere had never been a time in the re mbrance of the German Jews when heO were not liable to be plundered ,persecutcld The miserable record t suffering reaches down to the dave of Lecsing. And Nathan the Wise night have alluded to things perpe trsted in the eighteenth century as demonstration plain of the spirit in 5hich so-called Christians still regarded the children of Israel, and of the rslmnies repeated against them age ater age by ignorance and prejudice. hey were not only excommunicated, aut socially ostracized. Their scho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

rst and Foremost, W.. Robinson. Butcher. New St. Brighton 'Phone 1245. Established 1860 LOST AND FOUND. TOST," Amneth3st BRACELET, ?"be . . tween SpiingFale 'and Dingley. Reward. Mrs. 'Parkrr, -Post Office, Springvale. O-ST : in Brightdon, Wednesday, . "WEDDING REING. Pinden please return W. Mason. St. An'drew st.. BICYCLES, &c:, FOR .SALE.; GiENT'S BIKE, good order, low frame, cheap, B.S.A. Bottom-. ,ley, Centre rd., Bentlelgh. .-AMUSEMENTS:L.:i-. BENTLEIGH RECREATION. '..,. RESERVE. , , GR&nD POSTER & FANCY DRESS . DANCE Will be held in- the IPUBLICHALL, " BENTLEIGH, WEDNESDAY; SEPTEMBER 23, From 8 a.m.:till:2 p.n.: Prizes, for Most Original Fancy Dress (Ladies and Gents). - rickets Gent's 2/G, Ladies 16/6 Onlookers 1/-. O'Brien's Band. Refreshments. S. Clements, M.C. ; C. S. JUDD, lion. Sec. )RIGHI'ON "A.W.A:-Euichre' Party - ; and a -nce Caledonian .Hall, Thursday?. ctober st. Prizes. Adiiis sion,, 1/-. ! S. A. Lilley, secretary. Half proceeds'.Patriotic ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

ROYAL ASSURANCE CORPO IATION OF LONDON. Accumulated Fund Exceed £6,000,000. Fire rharine Accidenti:. Workers' Compensation. VICTOEIAN. BRANCH - 31 QUEEN ST., MELBOURNE. J. C. Journeans, Manager. DISTRIC. AGENCIES. RtIGIITON--S. P. Simmuonds,. Estate Agent, Bay Street. : . hMIDDLE BRI[GLTON--Connor and Alfford, Estate Agents, Church Street ST. KI LDA--Prince and Co., Estate Agents, 256 Iligh Streiet SANDIINGHAM--Round and Co., Estate Agents, Melrose Street. CA.ULFIELD--Harold Looker and Co., Estate Agents, opposite Station, AU:\I(I)N.\VALE--lhomson -and UCollinson, Lstate Agents, utrdenvale. BALACLAVA-A. E. Forster, Estate Agent, 206 Carlisle Street.. EI.STEI1NWICK?-eer,. 3[otts and Johnson, Estate Agei.ts; Glenhintly Rd. ly Road. WAR NEWS, ~' --" ' -''- $@®®- SA - x- AA~ THE SIEGE OF TROY'S Big 'lr h rc t arehous FOR BARGAINS and GOOD FURNITURE Troys' Can Hold Out. and DEFY COMPETITION, At - 177 GREVILLE STREET (opp. TOWN HALL, PRAHRAN.) TROY'S have a large Stock to choose from in E...

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AUCTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

AUC TIONe.. Mr. Faiilam announces the followiaz. sales :-Tuesdtav; 22,d, furniture, kDn dy road,. Moorainbm, and l Wedncsday, 23rd., furniture, iohnler -louse 1or dialloc. On Wednesday tiefit a farm of 3:ta acres, at Mlorniniton Junction, will be offered by Coghill and Haughton, under instructions from-'lMr. L Cle ments. A sale of- 150 horses and ponies is fixd at INt 1.30 .m. to-day iat Dande nong Sale Yards by A.' Scott & Co. St. AIndrew's Church of England. Middle llrigihton.-7:15 aimn:, .?. 11, Rlev. G. Goldslith, .M.A., L'hap lain Senmen's Mlission; 7, Ruev. . Law, T'h., Schol. Black lock ('olutregdtionalI-ll a:d -7, Mr. It. R. Scandrett (student). All Souls', Sandringham.--- a.ni., If.C. ('11, lev. 11. F. Goss, Th. Schol.: 7, lev. lv. l. . Norwood, Thi.L. 1. l'l Trinity, ]lumpton.-11,.11y. 11. J1. Norwood, Th.L. .7, Mr. G. I. St. .Agns', Black lock.-ll, M.orning Pranyer; 7, IlRe. F1. . Goss, Tb. Schol. hIu? .total value of the ale and beer imported from Germany in 1912...

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The War BRIGHTON SOLDIERS FAREWELLED. ENTERTAINED AT SMOKE NIGHT. AN ENTHUSIASTIC GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

BRIGIITON SO(LIIERS FARE . yELLTD. ENTERTAINEDAsl ) ' SMOKE .NIGHT. AN ENTHUL'SIASTIC GATHII?ItNG. Despite' the fact that the movement was hurriedly. . proutted during the few days prior to tie expected, depar ture of the troops, the Brighton citi zens' complimentar bfarewell social to Brighton soldiers was a very success ful and hearty demonstration. The gatheriwng was held in the Tobwn Hall last Satt.rdaa ni,,ht. the 3Mayor (Cr. S. lDuttoi G(;re) presiding, and a very hearty .reception was. given the troops when they tramped.into the ball tinder the charte of .Lieutenant G. Lillie, well known in localmilitary, circles as the ofal.er-in-dearg of the 16th Battalion (Brirhtoai lRiles) wvith licadunarters " R.'i . i Am emong the 2O ceitizei m were IIon. J. A. ~~ia Hon. S. Sanspton -" L. l II.R.':H Ion. I). E. M.lvde i . Mr. 0. I. Snowhall,. "' e.L l.,.a Honour ulige Moiule, the Mavor'(Cr. S. Dut ton Iretn), Crs. Banhy, Wilson, Bur rows, Grout, Stone and Francis, the town clerk (Mfr. J...

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Brighton's Band. ENTERTAINMENTS AT DRILL ROOM. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

Brltifon'rs Band. ENTERTALTNMENTS AT DRILL ..O.. - "" ..; OM.: - IJn the, Drill ITaldl-.this e veningi, the weekly - ihiigh-ra!ns7;vocal and. picture colncrt; in - id .of.te Brighton lis 'trict -Brass- . Ba3nd- wvill take place. Amongs it' ilie :, ictures to be shown ire Fitxuli''a ]ld, O2,000 'fet in length; wlcdii is aii exciting.story by .the Lu Iin Co. LI.ow.:the Earth was Car ieted ; Mexican'so , Gratitude,.; a picture that c. ever'one dllits Snapshotter's ies ei,?;' Gi"r ht the' t unlic Countter, PowcIrs: o the Air &c.&c. In the otiher' purts of- tlith prograinmm Frank and: Violeht'.Ilvin,. fun and frolic ar tist;" i.-ill-introducce patter, siriging, ilniafig- anld hainriony, whilst Branet, the -world' 'agreatest comedy equilib ri"st,I- will' appear" in .many wonderful diul" liioi6urns;. inets, becsides-which tlcre will libh;,fdll ordchstral selections under the I)dtonl Of Mr.'-HI L. Glenn. AdjmjSsion to 'the'front seats maiy he lciiaind: o'i p'mayiten'fo the r...

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OUR SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

OUR SOLDIERS. -During the week we have been suc ceasiful in -obtaninng nddlit;cnal inames of the soldiers going to I:e front, and also their rank. in the force. We would like to obtain the co-r,' ertion of our readers in -makinn tht list ccm plete. BRIIGHTON. ith %T1..F . . .- Laudehr. H Cook. J." .n G'ames.n II. R. Cochrane..': Bugler W. B.. Drummond:; J.- Bishop. L. b. Slhw. 1). J. Swneeey. G. ?]hissell. SS3f Keehnie. C.nrporalihl .1G. Evans F. ".: Phillips. SCor iral H r I1.; Wadlham? . ?t .':i" ' , ;n. Berradal " II. Wi. ,i;"ion. .': v.. H Cooper. (. ol r ' l "DrDlner.. ' : R.W. Nicholo E. Geach.: A. Cook" . .. ? ?":: "'"" W. ste. i?nlal rmy Service ?o? Fliceh agine r i F., IT. " *ooAer. W - h .: ,s <? ,,.,, ,, , i H " il.l ? . .S rSi?t.-., Rds. : :" . '-.$' r 1gtI. latso ri. . Edinds. ; . . SGrainer. : " T.. Davis. {: R. Alhin. G. e'oahlwsot- l. l S1 wal' Ar . .u' i-scCorle- ,.r H. 3Larie. J. Donli- . "' n . A JFI . Sf. otithalitrala) Le ha t. ,decr yaiii;, fron.: n ...

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A FAREWELL TO OUR SOLDIER BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

A 'FAEWELL TO OUR SOLDIER BOYS. You are leaving your home and lov. ed ones To fight in this battle for right. We hope you'll be true:to your coun. try. Come back to us safe from the fight. Your. foes will be stron,' bravo and many, The path will be rough:' that you tread : But fear not, trust God and take courage, And follow wherever you're led. Oh, heed not' the scoffer or coward, The useless, the traitor, the vain j Be firm and stand fast by your com rades, And may you the victory gain. Remember, when hard 1ressed and weakened, And temped to yield to despair, Remember that we are behind you . W,th our sympathy, love and prayer W3 will think of you while you are .absent, In our prayers remember your name; Then go and win honour and glory, And come back to us covered with fame. G. Heather, Brghton. the Kaiseer in his A'iustrian chair ,.The Bull-dog he thsolliebt r wasc·asleep. "Now's the time to :f'sckle:the Bear, lFor giving' so; much of? his cheek." But the Belgii,,' chickQn he fo...

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OLD BRIGHTON GRAMMARIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

OLD BRIGICTON GIRAM\MARIANS. The followin, memie.'rs of the Old Brighton Granminrians are amongst the troops at the encampment. Yes telday afternoon Dr. iind Mrs. Crow ther visited the camp anid presented them each with a memento-a school shield--and wished them good luck at the front. Lieut. J. II. lMirnms (Brighton). Capt. J. .1.. NichoLas, (Echucli). Lieut. B. 1). Jack (W\illiamstown). Capt. F. W. Hooke (Brighton). Capt. 11. W. Chamlers (Saudring ham). S?ert. N. Stretch (Newcastle). "Secrt. R. It. Gi's (Melbourno). 'T F. Clanyton (Surrey Hills). ;. F. Toiell, :Brighton. C. C 1 Wall, Brighton. .Ii. V.i deCrespi-n, (Blrightoint). IV.- Snowbhll (Brightnl.." - SW. l1nhiiltoin (Gippslaid) , iR~. Montlort ;(Sandlrintham)... ... 1 ..' iontfort (Sandringham). A': Cour?? (Bri hton).c ??, .::; ,HU. 0. M?dl0 (Bi~-rithtan). , eA' Leslio: (Brighton'! ... i . Faulkner '(Bris hton). .:. VYinniceombe (Bril ton) - eB UAlard (South' Australia)..". a :W.,Molfat (Qacensland).

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VEGETABLES FOR THE CAMP. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

VEGETABLEE FOR THE CAMP. '1"ie larlret c7erkturs' As ,cintion re'loh-d ojn lvednlelj s t presnt IL truclk load of Lc'etnbles to. thi troopsn ut tlro~ndiuootcs', -!elo wll bell ill dldtoitin to tie dolnttioiLs nlreoiy frig' -arldled Ilv ii iduLIuO g garLdnlcrLs. Al tiloll h tihe pric(s haL lollnllideralli LlItelvLccl. luriLLL the past' t adk the coLLmmILIttee resoliveli tLIIIniIoils to forward it truck Indnt of stub, whichi~l twill- replresent it cool~l sI. ('r 'P Morriott will he in attelnllallee at thy` Ikentleirrh station on l~ lonlllv after noon for the receiL-inle of tile vefe tallleS.

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SEND-OFF AT BLACK ROCK. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

'SEJND-Oi AT, BiT ? h IKbOCiC .:_ aI,"st : Saturday ea.iuiq?,ý'apatriotic entertaainment :ns held at"te Itoys tfa ITea-rooms, when tliere -ias,;.?a airg?, .-gatheringa of residents SVr Doiald McDonald occupi ed?yhe chair, aid: sarilous patriotic addresses; ire gien~i, whilst a g.ood musical pro gramme was rendered. - Durifig ' t eyeniig ,opportiUhit;? irniasaken. ofthe occasion .to bid farewei;to the local voliunteers, :and a 1presentatiqtn'ofi .- a Piie was made to eachi oftlife ineif rhoi regimental: tisrches -bo??thp Higlh lanld' regimiliits wi: s plaed by -Piper ntihe. ::.s Ir. J r D. ck. ha _B G -Oi,: .-A, 1 ,-.R .ris .? .ressdetits -of Black liock'"'hihve Seta ri et , asifaras layiii theiir thS ;.Patriotse-app'iipkal; !ans fronts o= reeds-fromi vars ouý eateainicalts aind dionatiionis y- have colleicted ilbosLt £200 ia.t' -Suida ?r. 0? .:?ea~ie disposed of eatch of fish fiir?£1 136, 'the proeceedsseini .giveis' towards: the- ldo A -ptcisl mesetina' of'the:Cheftenhami Lo'at-isl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

THREE MEDICAL WiNTER! S:REMEDIES. . ,Foster's Bronchitis Cure. 'THE POPULAR REMEDY. It 'does not merely relieve a Gough, but it gives immediate S -. relief, and removes the cau'e.. : : ' FOR LOSS OF VOICE, HOARSENESS;':. SCHEST AFFECTIONS, &c. . FOSTER'S ;Emulsion of God tiverOil With Hypophosphites of Lime & .Soda*. .Pure & Palatable. FOR -PULMONARY AFFECEIONS, CqUGHS, COLDS, DEBILITY and WASTING. 1S. 6d " Foster's Record Embrocation For Rheumatism, Stiffened Joints, Sprains, &c. . n cases of Deep-seated Cests Colds.i is a ed"il' i advantage 1 Foster's Pharmacy Church. Street, Middle Brighton. Telephone 1125 Brighton. tie "Swan" Jlmosphbric Incubator. No Tanks to Rust, Leak or Burn Out,will last a L ifetime. .. ..... ..... ,--1" 2?.+.. ., .. -. :-' ..:: "-.`.'-.? other mchine working, both good makes, and both worked well Bu for reference S Dear Sir,-It's with much pleasure tht I write you nwith reference to the Swan Incubator. I had four of them wor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

The QUALITY her--K. Mor S BAY Sr., aBRHTON T h " U A Lor .Ci/r Hampton St. TI. 227 Brightn,. H1oward Weber, SPECIAL STK Paperhanger, REAO LE P s. O;" CGeneral Renovator, WORK DONE House SPLENDID ~ ARL1 Decorator, IN ALWAYS ON HAND. and ALL SUBURIS. Repairer. Hawthorn Road, Brighton SGardeners . WATERTIGIITS and BLUCHERS. The Best in Quality-means the Best Wear and the' most Comrort. The Best is Always the Cheapest. POs d.T.MATTHEWS. 809s CHARMAN ROAD, JT. M TESCHELTENHAM Telephone 10,. Cheltenham. KEEPS TIIE BEST-GIVE HIMA TRY. To th-e General Public of Cheltenham and District.-Two things worth Reiuombering-J=. ' . MATTHIEWS=T 1.-Has an up-to-date Stock at your doors. 2.--Skilful and Tradesmanlike Repairing a Specialty with' him. W. H. Nicholson begs to intimate to the the Public of Glen Huntly, Carnegie, Ormond and Surrounding Distrcb,? that hel h Opened a Store at Glen Huntly i.. (Late Blundy), and has a Full Stock of Groceries, Crockery,: and Ironmongory. - The Favor of yeur Patr...

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Progress Leagues [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

Progrss Leagues The monthly mcetin of thell '<ilf rinthnin Prcgress Association was held on Monday at the lelchanics. In stitute, whei Ilh'. I.e y presided i ovr about 20 metnthers. TITE TRAIN SERVICE. The nlampton Ai etintion intiinited that thnre nembers had tlbnTil"lut.d to confer with repreiseintitives of the Siiidiringlihin L eniiic eli.0eiard'to illiringr tlhe lCailcay l)epartn!lt toi. provide a hetter traii- nrvie. Mr. 3leal"v did. nit thinl that.hit iatt wise to "move in the llitter ?;?xein that the Conlninssioners had .informed a dle!utation fromn aniothlier 'i tiit that they would .have :to. con)idr.ithe ij.uestion f eitiuiling' the servicet on sione of the lines. Cr. lar'ant consider.hd that they could not do any halrm.i and poissib might do good. It Was resolved to ie..t ire didb gates and arrange for lvhat imnpis, aenats to suggest. AN AL.LEG'? ,LUISAC-.CE : Mr. Bower en"uired if iny tinl i;adl Ien. done in remard tl. the ,iiuliic 'on venielce attached t to h...

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Caught in the Garden. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

S? aught' in the Garden. Sir Peter Dlavenant, the distingtislesd owner of Dereham Manor, sat in his accustomed place for breakfast, at the foot of the table, in front of a game pie. Ile was occupied with the contents of the ?ost-bag. Sir Peter was eminently gentle manlike in appearance, and strikingly well preserved. There was a noticeable spruce ness in his attire, has iron grey curls were carefullynarrailged, his rubicnld face escaped coarse redness from a certain natural refinement, and his finely-formed hand and. gold pince-nez stamped hinm assentially thoroughbred. Sir Peter, somoe six ilonths previous, hadcommitted scatrilnony, fromi various motives. Ile :anteild an heir; his cousin and heir. apparent had ofliculede him, and so Sir Peter biul taken unto himself a wife. A "thing of beauty" may lie "a joy for ever," but scarcely a comfort to its happyl possesso'. Sir I'eter constantly .experienmced a dawning conviction of this 'kind.. For no less than three times dur inig that p...

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HAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

:The people a of Hampton have re- spoided very liberally to the many calls';imade on .them in connection with?the patriotic nimveiment now in vogue.? Many ladies of the district htiave been' hard at work for the last month iaaking various garments, and thi-progress they have made is won deirful. Boxes upon boxes.of - these issefuil.articles have been forwarded to the central depot, and still more is on hand ready to be dispatched. The Hampton State School Committee and its Ileadmaster, Mr. Robinson, have been - particularly active since the inception of the present trouble; and lost no time in getting to busi ness. They have held a number of patriotio - concerts in the district; which have all been successful.. A pic ture night was held, and the'total proceeds were handed over to. the school comnuittee. The amount rea lised was £9/17/6. The entertainment was kindly -given by the Hampton pictures (Messrs. Miller and Alexan der). The committee, besides sending numerous packages away, ...

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CAULFIELD. RED CROSS FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

CAULFIELD. RED CROSS FUND, . Miss Helen. Stanev - - -£1010. 0 Miss L. J. ERireall - - - 6 5 O5 Elsternwick Bowline Club - 5" 5' 0 Mliss Baystor - - - - 2 5 6 Mrs. H. Thouison - -- 2 2-.0 J.. J. Ilindle -- - - - - ..2 0 Mrs. Empson - - - - - 2 2 0 Mrs. Murray - - - - -- 22 0 Cr. Murray - - - - 2-20 Mirs: Watts - - 'l 0 M'rs. Roark - - ~ - i' A. Scott - - -- - -- ' 0 Mrs. T1.,H. Wood , - 1-- ,-10'. A. Egeleston .- - -- 1..1.0 Mrs. T. G. Beeas, - '- Mrs. Gardiner - - - Iý T0 Mrsk Gardiner -- -- - 1 : -Mrs. Plumpton - .?,0,i , Mrs W . WE. r-ear-s 1 Mrs. sicholson - : :0 10: 0 Sundries per Cr. Murphyi - 212 6 Total- ' " -- £45 12 .6 in addition to the above-,a number of :proniises of donations ha'e., .been received. An account has been opened in the State Savings Bank. SThe newly-formed Caulfield Branch of the Red Cross Society met at the committees to supervise operations in Town Hall on Tuesday and formed the various centres. Mr. J. J. Hindle was appointed secretary, aid Mr. F. Jowett,...

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A SENTIMENTAL LION. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

A SENTIMENTAL ;LION'.' A. writer in "Little Fo!l s" gives the following" for what it is worth.' Patrick-Gordon, :cf Rutlven, in a book written about t6-2, 'tells an extraordi mary story to show what sympathy there is between the lion, the king of beasts, andhuman monarchs. Shortly after thl' execution of Charles I. a party of seven or eight gentlemen went to the Towerol London to see the lions. One of the lions, called "Old Harry," because Henry VIII. had brought it there, snorted and roared in a terrible fashion .all the time the visitors were in front ol its cage. The keeper said that it had never behaved so before, althongh it was seen daily by many people, and he suggested that one of the numbet 'had done it an injury. They all de clared that they had not been near the place for more than a year, but as the ilion remained as fturious as ever, the *keeper hit on the device of bringing in :the gentlemen one by one to learn w?hether the animal felt spite at any particular visitor. ...

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THE 46th REGIMENT BRIGHTON RIFLES BAND FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

Amount'' pr ousre° t- hcknow :-`` 2'- '3

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 19 September 1914

agnesia Pwl I g1ge.slon. IP YOU WILL TAKE VITADATIO Ili MEDICINE that cured me of HYDATIDS when all else had failed; I then purchased the SECRET of the REMEDY. You need suffer no longer, VITADATIO Is a Tonc, Blood B.lider, and Nerve Restorer. It Cures: NFRVOUS DEBILITY. by bracing the DYSPEPSIA, by tnic, te stomach. NEUR4ST MENIA, by learing out' br dinsohii and cpelling ex. CO PA110N g bG cAVEins the GR and STONE. by fluhin, LJVERISHNESS. by rousing the SKIN AILMENTS. by purifying the ' _ . blood. U:RS oandGROW HS, by destroy. DEPRESSION, by inavigeorstia tse ino the erms. system. Sold by Chemists and Stores. Write for Free Advice and Testimonials. S. A. PA LMi E , 43MELBOURNE. VIC. Steer 1raighbt ibead! For / beemint s I>i~ Ihere S/ / Good Footwear Cost You Whatever shape and style bf Boots or Shoes you fancy Syou'Ji find alarger and better selection at the famous :LEEMING STORES. N. . ot' only that, but "you'll save money, too! For, re member, inferior, shoddy' footwear is dea...

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