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Auctioneer's Report [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 17 July 1915

Auctioneer's Report Messrs T. G. Newton & Co. report that the monthly land safe which they held last Saturday in the.Mechanics Institute was very well attended, but the bidding was not brisk-and no doubt the people were depressed, not having got over the effects of the great recruiting week, but since the sale the following lots have been sold:? -Atherton road, 1 block, 261- per foot ; Heath avenue, I block, 22/ per foot ; WVarrigal road, I lot, 50/- per foot ; Canterbury street, 3 lots, 12/- per foot ; Broadway, lots, 50/- per foot ; Henry street, 2 lots, 15/- per foot ; Box ill road, 1 lot, 12/- per foot. They also report having sold :his month the following proper ies :-Oakleigh, Davey avenue, iew villa and land, 45 x 140 ; Dandenoug, Main street, 5 rooms, 2 acres of land ; Clayton, Centre road, 3 acres, 3.rooms, &c., Oak leigh, off-Centre road, 12 acres, 7 roomed house, all stock, &c.; Springvale, Springvale road, 5 acres, new villa, sheds, &c. -T...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Oakleigh District Brass Band. EUCHRE PARTY & DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 17 July 1915

Oakleigh District Brass Band. EUCHRE PARTY & DANCE. The Euchre party and dance which was held on Tuesday even ing, 6th July, under the auspices of the above, was not the success it might have been, owing no doubt to the unsettled state of the weather. A very enjoyable time fwas spent by all present. The card tables were arranged on the stage, and dancing was kept going merrily from start to finish to excellent music supplied by Mr Wall, -as sisted by Mr and Miss Davies, cornet and piano. The lady's prize (a box of hand kerchiefs) was carried off by Miss King; Mr B. Tait securing the gent's (a pipe). The booby prizes were claimed by Miss Jupp and Mr H. Monk, respectively. The rendering of a cornet duet, I know a Bank, by Bm dmaster Baker and Mr C. Davies, was well received. The catering, in the capable hands of Mr C. E. Easton, was all that could be desired. Mr W. Ford as M.C. discharged his duties satisfactorily.

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

ESsiness Notices. C s c' i"'S It will pay jou to shop THE CENERAL DRAPERS AND B OTSELLE S Tel. 150 Oak. AT AT oddk Atherton road, Rodd ck OAiLEIG .I Th~e Old Establisted -'u Grocery C~-o~i e, and Tea Stores, Opposile Ra way St?aion Entra ce. I r 7' proprietor Freshly Roasted Coffee Beans Ground to Order. u Dairy ProduceFresh Daily. Noted shop for Hams and Bacon. Sele Agent foi-Vacuutm Oil Coy's. Perfection Stoves and Room Heaters. Established 1379. For a Fashio-.nal73 S?it or Ladies' Cast.ni?? Try Chas, BJUITON 419 Bourke=st., Melbourne (opposit l Kirk's Bazaar) 1st Floor) tfit, Style and Workmanship Guaranteed Prices to Suit Everyone. Private "ona," Atherton Road, Oakleigh Address Suits to Suit Everyone. Open till 10 o'clock Friday Nights and 1 p.m. on Saturdays. GECO W. Ma?;ecGILL ..~?,TAILOR AND MERCER. Pertman Street, Oakleigh, also 8o Swanston Street, ......... Melbourne ......... Sac Suits from 63/-, Fit and Style Guaranteed. Gentlemen's Mercery at less than City Prices. Ladie...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CLAYTON F.C. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 17 July 1915

CLAYTON F.C. About 70 supporters of the Clay ton Football Club motored to Clyde on Saturday last, when they met the locals in a particularly friendly game. The play and rain commenced together, and the whole afternoon the players were wading through the water, which had no time to run off or soak into the ground and soon became very slippery, causing some very amusing sights, it being quite theusual thing to see four or five players struggling and spluttering in the water and mud at the same time,to the great amuse ment of the onlookers, .who were enjoying the comfort of a dry hall, and could afford to chalf the sorry sights afforded by the dripping, mud-stained players; the latter, however, seemed to thoroughly enjoy the soaking and all displayed the greatest good humor, which went a long way to turn a dull, miserable game into something bright and cheerful. The general play was, however, of a onesided nature. The final scores were: Clayton-8 goals 2 behinds Clyde-2 behinds. To-day...

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, July 8. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 17 July 1915

Oakleigh Police Court Thursday, July 8. Before Messrs McLorinan (chair man), Nicoll and O'Leary. J's.P. RIDING ON FOOTwAY. A. C. Buchanan was charged with riding a bicycle on Warrigal road footway on Saturday, June 26. Inspector Wilcock, as officer of the council, prosecuted. Evidence was given by the Mayor, Town Clerk and Engineer of the Borough to the effect that defendant rode his bicycle on the footway in War rigal road, near Dandenong road, and when requested to give his name he refused and went away leaving his bicycle in the posses sion of the layor who subsequently handed it to the police, who, in turn, ascertained the defendant's name. The Bench imposed a ':?e Iof 10-, with 2 '6 costs. 'he pro secutor affixed a 5" - stamp to the summons, but was informed by the Clerk of Courts that a double fee stamp was not required. HOUSEBREAKING & STEALING. Michael Condon, 38, was charg ed with housebreaking and steal ing on 1st July. The evidence of Mrs Bessie Williams, wife of ...

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 July 1915

Care of the feet How many thousands of men and wromen suffer in soma shape or other with their feet? To all persons the feet are of the utmost importance, To business people rapid and comfortable walking is always essential. To men and women of fashion and leisure the 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 multitude of aches and pains, making a person so afflicted, nervous, oblivious and irritable, for continuous pain will ruffle the smoothest temper. But remember this-No person living need perspire o su ffer with their feet. The Powder 44 if used as directed will bring ease and comfort after the very/ first application. Ther pioJ:lLer "P?DOL" "z Fr'er? pr'paani'nu c vnfva,',l, ;,'i;h tlhe gratcsl care. Its work is rapiit. a~nd .ure, , uleaij as a, er ele? ,h a in,, t l? errect an, r,:freshlti perf ltsn . Enquire to-day for the powder "PEDOL;"...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
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OAKLEIGH DISTRICT JUNIOR FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. Oakleigh Juniors v. Springvale [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 July 1915

OAIKLEIGH DISTRICT JUNIOR FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. Oakleigh Juniors v. Springvale These teams have met twice this season and have each been victorious in one game. The first match was played at Oakleigh and resulted in an easy win for Springvale. Scores. Springvale, 8 goals 8 behinds Oakleigh, 3 goals 2 behinds On Saturday last the Juniors journeyed to Springvale and ran out fairly easy winners by 10 points, after a v"ery even c-ntest. Scores. Oakleigh, 5 goals Ii behinds Springvale, 4 goals 7 behinds Goalkickers: -- Staintou (2), Cummins, Wearne, Orr.

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
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CLAYTON v. DANDENONG. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 July 1915

CLAYTON v. DANDENONG. The above match will be played at Clayton this afternoon. The following will represent Clayton: Axton, Beard (2', Carter, Cove, Cooper, Hansen, P. Murphy, Neilson, O'Meara (2), Osborne, Patterson (2), Ryan, Richardson, Watson (2). Emergencies:- McGill, Scan lan, Cochrane.

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 July 1915

iPar re-T U. NELWTO and W. -.. -- SC-oTh S ANDILA.cDS: AuCTIONRER. ctE. F, a1uncial and Inaurance' F ;(-diProperty ; alesman SWORN VALUATOR for the PARISH OF MULGRAVE.. TVALUATOk FOR BOROUGIH OF OAKLEIGiH. Mioney to Lend. 1 Farm Pro'erties.-if ouses and Land for male on Eayv Terms. F:rms and. Villas ro Let in Oakleih and District. Send particulars of your Properties you wish to - e'll or Let. Clients w:sitinC. Heaod (tfice-Portman streeet, near Station O ii K. LEIG 3. Sranch ()Oties at Irot)dway, Oakleigh ,and (lin VVaverley. N?' ?- Ea'r 3,i liti.nds can be consulted it his private residence. "Ivy Court," .ark Road. Os;kIh. :afte r-nmfic, hours I'clephove 59, O.:?ieigh 1t-I . ,, e No. 19, Oskleigh illchan-e e , e. j), .I .U Partners-W-, R Ibituso:? and C. J. : i*iki uson .:.. "-A,?ctioneer House, Land &- Financial Agent Station Parade, Oakleigh Rents Collected Agent for Norwich Uiilon Insurance Corn ;.pany, Workers' Compensation and Ltive Stock Insurances. and London and J.,...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
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Football CLAYTON v. PAKENHAM. EASY WIN FOR HOME TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 July 1915

Football CLAYTON v. PAKENHAM. EASY WIN FOR HOME TEAM. A large crowd put in an ap pearance at Clayton Recreation Reserve on Saturday last, when the locals were opposed to the boys from Pakenham. As these two teams have done well up to the present a good display of .football was looked forward to. The visitors were unfortunate in not having the services of one or two of their stars, while the Clayton team was in full strength. The home players took charge of the ball and quickly had the visitors on the defensive, the game being fast though somewhat one sided during the first quarter's play. Quarter-time. Clayton, 3 goals 5 behinds Pakenham, nil The second quarter was more evenly contested and some smart work was seen during this period which resulted in Clayton adding I goal 2 behinds to the visitors I goal. The next two quarters were en tirely Clayton's ; their opponents scoring nil in the third quarter to the home team's I goal 6 behinds ; in the final term Clayton secured 3 goals 2...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
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LOCAL & GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 July 1915

LOCAL & GENERAL ------"----- The Mayor and Mayoress of Oakleigh (Cr and Mrs Andrew) entertain the ratepayers on Wed nesday evening next, 28th July, at the Mechanics' Hall. Berry and Co., grocers, opposite State Savings Bank, notify that there is no advance in their famous I1/ tea and no reduction in quality. 'he tenth annual meeting of the Oakleigh Branch, Australian Wo men's National League, takes place next Thursday afternoon, 29th inst., at 3 o'clock in the Me chanics' Hall. Mrs Hughes will preside and Mrs I. H. Moss will give an address. Members and friends are cordially invited to celebrate Australia Day by sending gifts to the soldiers-boot laces, tooth brushes, soap, scarves, etc. and everyone is asked to bring a gift with them. A sample packet of the Powder Pedol, worth 2/6, given with each pair of ladies shoes costing 12/6 and over. T. J. Watt, Sole Agent, Portman street, Oakieigh. The services in the Congrega tional Church will be conducted to-morrow, Sunday, July ...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
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OAKLEIGH RIFLE CLUB. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 July 1915

OAKLEIGH RIFLE CLUB. (To the Editor.) Sir,-Regarding the last epistle of "J.L.," which appeared in your issue of 10th inst., I have to con gratulate him on the excellence of his inaccuracies ; they amply jus tify the old saying that "A half truth is worse than a lie." He has built a shaky structure around not what I did say, but what he would have liked me to have said. He says, firstly, that I asked for men to "fight a phantom navy ; and, secondly, that "the citizen army of 60.000 men and over .40,000 rifle men are (according to me) to stay in Australia to fight shadows." Now, sir, any unbiassed reader will admit that this is pure invention on the part of "J.L." If he will read my letter once more, he will find that what I did say was: " The purpose of a rifle club is not to en able men who are physically fit to evade their obligation to join the Expeditionary Forces, but, princi pally, to give opportunities to those who are not in a position to do so to prepare for home defence." ...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
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Murrumbeena. Concert in aid of Wounded Soldiers. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 July 1915

Murrumbeena. Concert in aid of Wounded Soldiers. The Dunoon-street Hall, Mur rumbeena, was packed with a representative and appreciative audience on Wednesday evening last, when a concert of unusual excellence was given by a numbner of popular artists in aid of the Australian wounded soldiers. The financial result was the creditable sum of (12, which has been for warded to the "Argus" for Lady Stanley's Fund. The program was lengthy and of outstanding merit, and Mr Moizer (who was unable to appear owing to illness) was the only performer absent. Quite a num ber were favored with encores. Miss McIntosh and Mrs Skewes sang splendidly, and while the other artists all acquitted them selves well, Miss Ruby Hooper and Master Stanley Payne were undoubtedly the "hits of the even ing." Mr P. Donovan, the violinist, made his last appearance, as he goes into camp this week, also Mr Allen's brother. Follow ing were the items:- Overture, piano and violin, Miss D. Crutten den and Mr P. Donovan; r...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
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Our Letter Box SPARE THE TREES. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 July 1915

Our Lefler Box V -------- SPARE THE TREES. (To the Editor.) Sir,-I crave space in your Raper to refer to the above matter. observe that the Council, at the request of 14 ratepayers, has decided to invite tenders for the removal of the pine trees in Atkinson street, admittedly one of the best streets in the Borough. I recognise that it is only right to give consideration to the repre sentations of those ratepayers who desire the removal of the trees, but, in, my opinion, the matter is one of vider interest as affecting the whole Borough. Further, a num er of residents in the street are very strongly opposed to the re moval of the trees, and their views are entitled to equal consideration. By deciding the matter without hearing the representations of both sides, the council has acted in a one-sided and arbitrary manner. Even so, it is to be regretted that councillors did not consider the matter from a more practical view point than the alleged spoiling of gardens, and the objection of...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
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South & West Oakleigh Progress Association [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 July 1915

South & West Oakleigh Progress Association A meeting of the above was held at Stainton's Hall on Thurs day evening last, but owing to the lack of publicity there were only twenty present, including Cr Davey and Mr W.-G. Robinson, an aspirant for municipal honors. After some discussion it was decided to invite intending can didates to attend on Thursday, July 29, and lay their views before the members. It was resolved to send a letter to the Council protesting against the appoint ment of Mr, W. Haughtou as valuer and urging that the services of a qualified outside assessor be secured ; also that the Association ask the council to remove foot bridge up to Mona Walk in line of easement so as to cross drain into Davey avenue, and endeavour to obtain a lamp for Mora avenue. Mr H. J. Lee presided in his usual capable manner. A full report is unavoidably held over

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Glen Waveriey Red Cross Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 July 1915

(lein Waveriey Red Cross Fund. On 1st Jul- a most successful social and dance was held in the Glen Waverley Mechanics' Hall in aid of the Red Cross Fund, the same being organised by the Ladies' Committee. During the evening Mr W. S. Keast, M.L.A., and Cr Nugent, of Ferntree Gully, I addressed the' large gathering making a special appeal to the young men to enlist in defence of the Empire. They pointed out that all men who were free of ties and physically fit should offer their services at the present juncture. Lord Kitchener had sent out word to the Defence Department that every man was wanted. Cr Nugent, in his remarks, said that in Ireland since the outbreak of the war the people of that country had settled all party differences and united in one common purpose-to uphold the honor of the Empire for freedom and liberty - his remarks being highly applauded by all present. Would to God the Commonwealth Government would follow their splendid example. A hearty vote of thanks to the spe...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
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The War Third Recruiting Meeting PARSONS' NIGHT OUT. "War, war, is still the cry war even to the knife." [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 July 1915

The War Third Recruiting Meeting PARSONS' NIGHT OUT. "WIar, war, is still the cry - war even to the knife." The third recruiting meeting, held on Wednesday evening, 14th inst., in the Mechanics' Hall, Oak leigh, was as enthusiastic as those preceding it. It was unique in that all the speakers were ministers of the gospel, as one of them termed it "The Parsons' Night Out." One of the audience inter jected "Half-past 9"; the speaker was giving him a wordy' chastise ment for even hinting that the early closing of hotels made any difference to the cloth, when he glanced at the interjector's benevo lent counten'nce and said "He's not a bad sort of fellow." The Rev R. S. Carson opened with a pointed reference to the' seriousness of the situation and the urgent necessity for putting forth our best energies to bring the war to a close. Hence the need for recruits and production of muni tions of war. We have taken for many years from England a great deal and should give her some thing in ret...

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 July 1915

iMiurg?ra'1.r Shire Council. (Concluded from last week.) Correspondence. From H. Broom and others, askinug that lamp on Dandenong road, near Springvale road, be put in order-Cr Aurisch: The lamp should be on the bridge and I move accordingly - Deferred to next meeting. From Giliott, Moir and Ahern re consent for road alongside Clayton reserve from Mr Moylan to extra 17 feet to make the road 50 ft wide. From Joseph Marshall, stating that owing to increased cost of living and horse feed he asked for advance for carting till price of horse feed comes down--Resolved on motion of Crs Coleman and Stocks that Secretary draw up an estimate for next meeting of in creased cost at 1/- per week for each dayman for one month. From G. S. Cotter, Wheeler's Hill, asking for lamp opposite post-office and attention to footway Resolved on motion of Crs For ster and the President that the footway be attended to and Sec retary report on lamp. Ordinary Business. Cr Stocks drew attention to bad state of W...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
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Municipal Elections MULGRAVE—STH. RIDING. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 July 1915

Municipal Elections MULGRAVE-STH. RIDING. Following the meeting of rate payers, held a fortnight ago at the close of the Progress Association meeting, a meeting was called for Monday evening at the 'Iennis Hall, Clayton. Cr Stewart was voted to the chair. Mr A. W. Armstrong moved and Mr Koll morgen seconded that Mr T. Madigan be the selected candidate. Cr McLorinan spoke at length in reference to what he termed the disloyalty of the residents at the eastern end of the riding- using the Springvale station instead of the Clayton station, contending that the latter was, the nearer, remarks which were taken exception to by some of those present. He also referred to the proposed railway from Oakleigh via Notting Hill to Glen Waverley and Bayswater, and said that if Mr Madigan sup ported that line the South Riding would commit municipal suicide. He stated that he vould have re ferred to other 1 dngs had Mr Madigan been pre nt, but said he had strongly sup,;.orted the Shire being removed t...

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 July 1915

Business Notices. It wil piV Vou "o shop BTHE E T RAL BOOTSELERS Tel. 150 Oak. AT - AT Atherton road, :' The Old :Estaslicsed] .5 Grocery, Coffee, an Tea Store Opposite Railwea Stiion Entrance. :; ?. ::' ? ;I Pro,?ielor Freshly Roasted Coffee Beans Ground to Order. Dairy ProduceFresh Daily. Noted shop for -oras and BacOn. Sole Agent for-Vacuum Oil Cov's. Perfecion Stoves and RIoom Hla2ezrs. Established 1879. For a Faehionaal. Suit or Ladies' Costune Try Ghisr BURTON TAILOR 419 B >Ouirke=s ., ?boure (Opposite Kirk's Bazaar) ý_Ist Floor) _Fit, Style and Workmanship Guaranteed Prices to Suit Everyone. Private "Iona," Atherton Road, Oakleigh Address Suits to S?uit Everyone Open till 10 o'clock Friday Nights and I p.m. on Saturdays. -~ .TAILOR AND IERCER. Portman Street, Oakleigh, also So Swanston Street. ......... M?elbourne ......... Sac Suits from 63/-, Fit and Style Guaranteed. Gentlemen's Mercery at less than City Prices. Ladies' Costumes a Specialty. Cr--- ii Ca1. Suits to ait E...

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