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Brighton's Band. WEEKLY ENTERTAINMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 October 1914

Briglton's Band. u1EEKL1 EŽNTERTAIN\MENTS. lbree hours' laughter is praVided wedkly at the" Brighton )rill Room by thu entertainments arranged by the Brighton Brass B1and. The large attendunccs are ample evidence of the popularity of the show. • For this evening the programme includes Will Dyson, the' thtwo-storied comedian, and BIert Butler. who are favo.irites with local audiences, and the great Le Neords, tumbling and gymnasts.. The photo-plays will have a special fea ture in ithe viewsoof the recenttpatri otic carnival - at Brighton Beach; whilst the star picture is a sensa tional portrayal by, the Kaleum Co., representing captured liy : Mexicans: For the modest prices of 1/- and Gd; an exceptional bill of fare is pro vided for local residents, without the expense of having to go .to other suburbs.

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A HAPPY SEQUEL TO A SAD STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 October 1914

A HAPPY SEQUEL TO A SAD"' STORY. - The following is fromi the " Bradford Observer Budget."' At the Central Criminal Court before Mr. 'Justice, Grantham, William- Stock, 'ged 22, was indicted for, attempting.to aturder" ilary:Anne Capper by':cutting aer, tlhroat The prosecutrix- was- a ,oon'g ,womanr about the samine age as .he prisoner,, ,l:o, with a brother and ister, lodged in,the same house as the girl and her, parents. The 'parties be. :ame attached to each other,` and the "risoner proposed to marry her, but tiie girl suddenly left the house, andl went to ive With a relative. She wis walkiir? no Green Lanes. with iher fat cr asi niother1 when they' met :Ithe prisoner, indall of them went into a public house.' When they came out, the prisoner turges the young woman to return' to the house lwheres he lived, and declared i that he would put up the banns at once. To tiis the youtng wonmain demurred, "and the orisnier, drawing ' a'mrazoi.' from. his, srclkei, cut" her throast, afterw...

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THE GOLDEN TIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 October 1914

S-.THE GOLDEN TIDE. There is many a rest on the road of l ',, If,?e only.would stop to take It; And nany; a tone from the better lami If the querilous heart would wake 1 To the sunny soul that is fill of hope And whose beautiful trust never faileth The grass is green and the flowers are ibright, "Though the wintry storm prevaileth. Better to hope, though the clouds hang low, And to keep the eyes still lifted, For the sweet blue sky will soon peep through When the ominous skies are rifted. There never was night without a day, Nor an evening witlhout asmorning; And the darkest hour, the proverb goe Is the.hour before the dawning. There is many a gem in the path , . Which ie pass.in our idle pleasure, Which is richer ,ar than jewelled crowaS Or the miser's hoarded tteasure; It may be the loi:e of little child, Or a mother's prayer to Heaven, Or only a" beggar's gratequl thanks `For a cup ofliatergiven. Betterto seave in theiIweb life A'brighit -id golden filling? ? And to` do God's wil...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 October 1914

BEREAVEMENT NOTICES. MRS. FITCH and FAMILY, Brigh- ton, return THANKS for the many expressions of sympathy in their sad bereavement, for letters and telegrams and visits and beautiful floral tributes, specially for loving sympathy of Hawthorn road   Methodist Church, Sunday School   and Young Men's Class. DEATHS.   DELAROY.—On the 6th October, at   St. Margaret's Hospital, Hampton, Elizabeth, beloved wife of James Delaroy, and mother of Mrs Brown, Jane, and Mrs. Miles, and J. H.     Delaroy. Aged 54 years.  

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Cheltenham Court Bad Language. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 10 October 1914

Cheltenham Court Bad Language. Beforoe Messrs. Le Page, Brown, and Marriott, J.'s.P., at the sitting of the Cheltenham Court on Wednesday. Patrick Boland was chairged a?" obscene language in a publ . Saturday, September 2e . Senior-Constable Loarie n about midnight on the date in defendant was standing with tb , men in Charman road, Chk isnd as witness passed made - filthy expression about the p.Il advised defendant to go Lae defendant went through the p. again made use of the languia Defendant, who pleaded nont said that he had no recolectie?i occurrenco. .The chairman said that it sar serious offence. Other cases td curred locally, and the Bhrn .determined to put it down. . b 40s, in default 1.1 days, ws is?·n A Reckless 3Motor Drier. SMaurice T. Wesson was chara? recklessly riding a motor cydcl??a sea on September 6, and pkads? . Constable McDonald said t?i fendant was riding a motor cyle, both hands off the handle bar. there was a big traffic ahbout time .he .thought it was a d:...

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Railway Complaints ON THE BRIGHTON LINE. TRAIN SERVICE AND EXCESSIVE FARES. A UNIFORM RATE SUGGESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 17 October 1914

Railway Complaints QO- T?lm BRIGHTON IAN3e. .TRAIN' SERVICETAND EXCES SIVE:FARES A? UNIFORM RATE SUGGESTED. :n.Th?ough the Brighton 'district not being served by any 'tramway sys tem- to' take the residents direct to the city, and thus piroivide compe tition with the railways,' the people are made to suffe 'bw 'having to pay extra fares compared to other . dis tricts where trmnis operate. The Brighton. Council has given the mat ter attention, buit they :have not been successful in their efforts to obtain relief. The Gardenvale Progress As sociatlon. are; now movingi in the matter, -and they have 'requested the progress associationis of the 'district to 'combine:aud form a deputation to' the Commissioners on the sultject. They. also desire that extra trains should be provided. to relieve 'the congestion thait takes place during the:busy portions" of-the day, anl also that. the -obsolete carriages shoiud' be -talen off the line. The matter was 'discussed by the Brigh ton'Progress Asso...

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FOOTSCRAY 82. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 17 October 1914

FOOTSCRAY S2. iren, Gordon, Rogers, Cronv. Shepherd, Inrtwell, Francis, Crifith. Liversaee, Lovett. Cant, IFrge. Dunlop, Coulson, Snatden, English. Ross 2S bent Crow 21, Niven, 27 beat Griffith 22, Sarah 201 beat IEni lish 16, and Forge 23 bent Ilanilton 18. Althoughl Cheltenham weru down in two rinks against Middle Park on their own ,round they finished up with a nlargin of nine points to spare on the right side. " .. CEIIIT.TEI.IHA?M 69. V. Wolf, P. Wolf WiiltoSin `:WI. ,Tof llrownnfieirl. Heivitt ':'Scullin,: Moor house. FIollett; 1. WM,ft Mlao . -d d." MTII)DIE I]AR ' 60.v', McGrnth, O'Jlenr?, Di1li oseda. Dalton. Lawosoi ?('FosterF (hrtit: Garland, Evas. Iltcnhini:o iunddel.. osedia 00 li'.t" i?tG1, Grit_,r bent Moorhouse "24 Wieldd" . 29 - beit Rundell 15. C'hltenhamn B's s?ci?i :a iwallk- oe?r after doingi the'f trip " to''uance Ponds. and c.anre home snk i'."Itt'sa '-"long' sway,to Tippeary '"-'nd districtj{ owls:

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TO-DAY'S PENNANT MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 17 October 1914

:hi?us 'afteruionu Elster?rick Distridct will be at :hoe to Brighito i i 'the Aioniost ?li?' B' Iotlialloc jour nr?iv?o-Onklc,.li St Kild?i receive " ,iiit : frni :FElsfterwiik, Brighthon en tertiiin' Suiirev? Bills,' and Elsternwick liistrict s'ill "'tr` conclusions with Iassthorn. iIn thi ':C" division :Meitone triivel across to'" l1iddlle h"Pnrlk; Cheltenham 'A" ie': iitti3 against Elsternwick District, •Mordialloi- journey to t Gle? huittly; and Sandriigliinmn -are" at loiseu to `Sunshine, 'whilst 'Clieltenhlhiii'B'" Both nrighitnn tenis were defeated 'ai their own greenn on Satirday.:This resni t occasioned= o': veri' great. 'sur irsult ocensione'' no Very' greatl sur' lise as tlie "A" taint did iit :.takei th e-'reen ii cohes livsie anl confident lioy, and the "B" telim were over as'ed .by_ tle koniiWn-alnrrd of their opponehts.." In the "A' mtch D Ben stel:" 'finished . 2:l?, Iosse 1 .'dowh , Rendle S dowi aid 'Jeffre? 200 down. icores:-- .:.: EASTT LC3IBERWEIJLL- 97 -:: :-. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 17 October 1914

iid rte'e 11" td i g s 1 1 o n . VAMD LIFE ehý .a Let in the Sunshine of Health Pure and healthy as the sunlight. VITADATIO commences to brighten upyour existence from the FIRST dose. !t is a grcai li(e iving tonic. strong in its might as a conferrer of new health and vigor. This great Blood and Body Builder and Renovator has successfully cured ut. (crrs of Tumour. Bright s Disa,se. I ydatids. Liver Troubles. Debility. Chronic Indigestion. Insomnia. Nervousness. etc. Why not benefit from my pexerience of treating casns like yours? Tell me where you gafier, how you suffer and my advice-mind you. its siren free-will he immedite-ly at your service. Send coupon for a sample. S. A. PALMER. 439 Flinders Lane, Melbourne Send me post free sample of Vitadalio, for which I enclose 9d. in stamps. . .....................................................Name .........ddress t--- te-$traibt I-b-ad - `For, e I ie re " +++Good _ 00Cost You Less. SWhatever shape and style of Boots or-Shoes you fancy ...

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Bowls. DISTRICT BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 17 October 1914

Bowls. DISTRICT BOWLS. N. M1\. Ansell, Hon. Sec. St. Kilda Bowliner Club, writes :-Sir,--!ty atten tion. ha been drawn to the paragraph of the 10th inst., advocating the adoption of tlhe district bowls sys temt. Two years naiLo, by systematic rmtupaninini and after ' somewhat heated conibat, I was successful in carrying the adoption of the district system in a n-cord meeting of the Victorianu owlin- Association. .The following year I ceased to hold office in my cllub, and the system was re ?ected by a majority of one for the "A" pennant. This year it- has also been rejected. f.r the "B" pennant, but I ain'convinced that some dele ,ates did. not realise that the inten tion. of the resottlion i as to abro gate the system for the "B" pennant. The district sistent is objected to on the grounds that it would be mo notonous to play the same clubt year n. and year out, and that many bowl ers like the travelline about. There is no doubt that these arguments do appeal to some, but I feel cer...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 17 October 1914

'-; EDUCATIONAL. * ;ROSlBEtCON^1 :: 'GIR"LS 'GRIIAMAR 'SCH001:'and-" . TKIDEIGAIRTEN. SNORTH ROAD., NORT1.0 -BlliiUGTON S minutes froi'Gardcnsiale :Stition:i : 1 :0 nminutcs: froim Electric Iram. Large grounds;, excellent, accommoda S- . -. tiolifor ?oarders. " : :'upils: Prepared for - University, 'rimary Junior,, and Also for. University3 Local.Exiamina tiofis in Music. PriuLipali- . Y MISS TISD ALL AND HISS CONiTANCAi C TISDSA, M.A. -Class Singing and Physical Culture " have always formed partl of the cur liciulum. uDancing and S?peci.l Physical Cul ture Lessons are olpel to Noii-Pupils.; Three Terms for 1914 Begin-,: ' February 10th. June 2nd. September 15th...:. Pupils.may be Enrolled any; tnie,'% pro rata. , .., : "NORFOLK" GIRLS' SCHOOL, '"K10RA," SOUTH ROAD, BRIGHTON BEACH. SEUOSDAlt.- PlIItY- MAR " -. ,' i.. : ' - UB-rjh?Ai?it..?'; ,- ,- ;*;*. ; Seve'n inuti WWalk from ITrain. 'The school is beautifiilly situated, w:ith exceptional accommodation? for boarders. . pupils prep...

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SANDRINGHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 17 October 1914

S NIRINGJIIA3. The monithly meeting oi the Sand ringhini Proirress League was held at the Sandriaulinan ;leueuunices' Iuustituute on Monuunu evening, when Dr. Lemry presided over an attendunce of 20 members. _ TIlE TR.N SERVICE. Mr. Hrobson reported that represen tatives from the district leagues bad waited on Mr. Snowball, M.L.A., in regard to improvements requlired in the train service. Mr. Snowball had seen the officers of the department, and he understood that they had a _ood chance of getting something, but they would not know what it would be tilL 'next week. .Gratification, Was expressed that some permanaent resi?lt was. likely to take place. TILE RIFLE CLUB PROPOSAL. Mr. Comuains reported that lh "e had obtained si.nattres frol,",2 el sidents? who proposed to join a rifle club. ,n application had been made to theiGo vernment for tihe approval- of-'tlie forming of the clubl, -nud the "comimit tee Itere awaiting the reply. I'e sti? Bested that in thile meanwhile ,they should t...

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COOKERY. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 17 October 1914

COOKERY. tb ROAST LAiMB.-Lamb requires Io Ie well roasted. It is usually dressed: i quarters; all parts, particularly the spina' bone, should be welljointed or cut by. the butcheror cook; and the ribs of the fore quarter broken across the centre, in order to accommodate the carver. In roastingi baste with its own dripping .The gravy for lamb ma' be the same as fbr beef, o mutton, namely hot water and salt poured over it ; it is also customary to serve it up withiuiot saace in a sniall tureen. E'1: aiAslFOR Sour.-Egg-balls foe -ouip ate made.as follows :-Boil[ four or five eggs till quite hardl. Take out ihe yolk and beat them in a mortar, with salt' and cayenne pepper. Make this into a paste with the white of one or two raw, eggs. Roll the paste into balls the size of small marbles. Roll them in a little flour, and either fly 'them in- butter or browo them before the fire, being careful to.keep them whole and separate. .?They are now, ready for being put into the soup . PooR -MAN's ...

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HAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 17 October 1914

The monthly meeting of the Hamp ton IProlress Association w-as held last Tieesdav?'at th`e 7amipton' TFall, ihen the president, Mr.' I. rP Ansteeo. occupied the chair; and there was n iiiocrate" attendance of members. A LIOCALITY PLaN. 'The?'iailwa"s Ti eartnaent notified that.,thev would grant permission for the erection of a locality plan- on the station free of charge 'provided that there was no busineas ainnouoiceineunt on the.board. -. Thesite would" be in dicated by the statioinaster. cOUNCIr, MATTERS. The Shire Coinn i t mated ith vjtrious matters' mentioned - by' tho Association in their letteri had . behi attended to... :Arrni nients '.had'be·n nude with `thiecrickel .elric `tb repair .hi:. fence arounid .the triancrular t re set'-e. The Railways Department were being communicated wiith in re gard to leasni a site for a fire sta= tion next the railla~y station.: The paths in Deakin and Thonias street.: would recei- e attention, "and -as, re aiards. the. fencinga in =of Staw...

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 17 October 1914

CHURCH SERVICES.: `" t Church of England-.Cheltenhai?. - 8, H.C.; 11, Rev. C: ~rott? - 7; Mr. Nelson. Dingley-11-15, Mr. Nelson; 7.15· Rev. C. Crotty. Moorabbin- 3.15, Rev, C. Crotty. Church .of England-A,. Souls', Sandringham--8, H.C.; 11, Rev, II. F. Goss, Th.Schol.; 7i Rev.,Hy H. J. Norwood, TLL.- Holy Trinity, Hampton-ll, Rev. Iy. UH.. Nor wood, ThL.; 7, Mr. G,.E . Biggs. St. Agnes', Black Rock.- 11, Mr. J. Car ter; 7 Rev. H.. F. Goss, Th.Scholi. -Methodist: Church.-e:w street~-ll Re'i E. JI. Watkin. D.D; 3, Nr: J. Newell Resson ; 7, M£ r. Jr . 1 ..ethir as, 3.A. 'Mill strect--ll. MWi'. F: E. Richards ; 7, Mr. F. W. Bond: Were treet--11, Rev. S. Adamson; 7, M.: i. 31ellen. Sandringhanm-11-, Mr. - W. " Bond; 7, Rev. C. W. Atkinsoni, i.A. fampton-ll, Mr. R. Martin; 7, M[r. F. BE Rliarh'dsd Cardenvale 11, Rev. C. W. Atkinsjt M3.A.- 7. .I, C. . Matters. - St. Mark's.-ll (II.2.), Vicar; 7, Mr. G. Carter. St. Luke's.-11, IMr. CG. Carter 7, Vicar. 31llhodist services:.--iale stici.t-i1...

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HOW WOMEN ARE HELPING THE EMPIRE. THE VIEWS OF LADY MUNROFERGUSON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 17 October 1914

.JloW:j O3MEs .AIB.H 1ELPING THE EHPIREU. - TIIE VIEWS OF LADY 1'UNIO. : =The anssier to the call. d uty has beni' made, and made with no tun crtain ovoire b"i;:the y r'ieni of ':Aus tralasia, :-says "Everyladvys ..'Jour nala:in its- second war .number' for io0mei: ;A4on tihe piath which was pointed` oit: to them;, Australia's ivo inciaore irudiinig iheerfull ; ungirdg in."v, yet : often with lauighter that is akin to tears. To-day, in everv coriner of the .Com nmoniwealth.-. :from, Government. House to the huts "outback," women are contriving,' scheming, planning, work in::. nad- there is no confusion, no sieless haste and expenditure of im necessary -energt". ...?. 'e:ieradl Go. icinie:t o eouse Iel bourne. is one of the "Concentration Caiaps,"i ;for it hiss eien made - tie lheadqumarters of the Australian. lied Cross Society,: of which Laidy Helen ?lmuro-Ferguson is the president: .At thle 'lresenti tiie ithe lballrooinm somne what 'reembles a 'war.ehouso. Long tabiles are .paclk...

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WHAT ARE CR. FARRANT'S VIEWS? [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 17 October 1914

,?IIt rRE CL. FARANTS:L ' VIEWS ? t- Ithe motihltr meeting of the :?ndrinrlhanl Progreis League on ;,loar, ~Ir' rlenry referred to- the s-'r:,lranci proposal. -':Te said that al thliuih the . natter had been before th,'mt for years th're were many peolle w'ho dlid not know what wao wanted. 1h, ,onmmittt, woultl therefore have. t , ,i , ti;ome mn tans to educate the Pejpli' up to the question. lie did n''t s:,, why they should have to go 1aP-in-head to a council every time ih tn they wanted anything, especially 'i~n the council was comipoced of im,.n ,e!re'.entingi other interests 'Fig hri. had lnit prepared showing that the district would be better off with . ,'trance. M3r. It:und mentioned that during th, last few ;reeks the coarlrittee hlad b at work collecting infonurmation oC that when the dieleates met :they ,'"olid Ie ablet, to o sitraight ahead.. ?fr. Kelly enltqired if the threerep: ':'"-:t'tit,-*lo of the west riding were in lat',or of severancie. )ir- ]?tari' said thlat at...

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A WAR GUIDE WORTH GETTING. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 17 October 1914

A WAR GUIDE WuoRTr G;ETTING. A flood of publications on the war has betgun to flow in from overseas, but an Austrmlian publisher has suc rleded. in issulin, the lst, sixlpnny war publicantion of them all, in the form of "Life's War Guide." T'Je e rrond issue of "Life's War Guide" is on sale everywhere for sixpence. It answer. some hundrnds of war qu.riefs, rives many pictures, amd includes an S-pa,ge war atlas. imong its fi pates will be found s?ht aprecial articles as "Six Weeks' Fighting," yv Dr. Fitchett; "What is the Hitting Power of a Bauttle-Ship?" "A Study of Sir John French;" "Who Lead tthe German and the French ?" "What HIappens to Prison ers of War ?" etc. Every reader who take an intelli gentt interest in the war should get Nos. I and 2 of "l.if's :War Guide". now on sal,. I,cally--and Nos. 3 and -1 whn published this month. If un ohtainable, send 2/1 in statups or ,os.ial note to "Life," 376 Swanston street, Melhourne. Simldy state : "i"Send the four members of 'Life's W...

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Severance HAMPTON APPOINTS DELEGATES. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 17 October 1914

Severance 11.1\ 1'l!mN APPIOINTS DELEGV1ATES h1'L ltampnton Progress Association m:t t thir monthly meeting on Tuesday "*,.fi: received a rlquest from the `:nwlrinh m Associntion that they hull! appoint delegates to attend a ,rffte, to discusr the advisnalilny 1f r,.,:_,citatint_. th. e severance question. U?h,' to the time of the rieting i ul ,voted ito a lecture'. by M1r. 'Icl.,l.1an on his experiences in East \irici there was no discussion oni the Stin. Cr. Eggleston menitioned sh:: t'e .LAsociation would no' be :: their hands in any way by ap l ei, delegates. The idea was for t lh 'I,',",0ates to go into. the matter n:l then convene puhlic meetings in :: parts of the district to dis Stha, suicct and thereby get the .iin·, of the residents. M' ir: An-tce,. Fee, Wilms, and I'l.,cid!:mn were appointed dieleates.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 17 October 1914

R-OYAL ICHANGE ASSURANCE CORPO RATION OF LONDON. Accumulated Fund Exceed £6,000,000. Fire Marine AcoidenT Workers' Compensation. VICTORIAN BRANCH - 31 QUEEN ST., MIELBOURINE. J. C. Journeanu, Manager. . DISTRIC AGENCIES. iHtil;llTO --- 1.? Simmuouds, Estate:Agent, Bay Street. S1)1) BIF: 'IGIICTITON-Connor and Alford, Estate Agents, Church :Street : S'. il.,I)A--Prince and Co., Estate Agents, 256 hIigh Street. SA NDliNGHAM--Round and Co., 'Estate Agents, Melrose Street.; : CAULFIELD--Harold Looker and Co., Estate ALents,' opposite Station' {;.\ 1 1, A'? .11E-Tlhomson and. Collinson, IEstate Agents, Uardenvale. AXI..\C'I.AA-:\. E. Forster, Estate Ageint, 206. Carlisle Street. ELISTI:tI'ICK-ILr,' Mutts and.Johnson, Estate Age?.ts; Glenhin(yl Rd. l Road. W2AR NEWS.. THE SIEGE OF TROY'S] Big Turniturc Warehouse 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 English D...

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