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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 December 1923

TiOUND in Kangaroo Ground Hall on Friday evening last, Small Sum of Money. Apply-Secretary Cricket Club. FOR SALE.-Black Orpington Chickens, pure Cullen and Christie strain, July to October hatchings.--MRs. A. W. Bioas, Panton Hill. FOR SALE-500 New Bricks, Sundry Timber (Hardwood) cheap. Apply MARS. KESDALL, Lturstbridge P.O. J TINKER, steel tyres, I.d. axle, brake, Pony and good Set Harness for Sale; will separate.-U- . E. PARKER, Cool Store, Hurstbr idge. LAND for Sale-;lill-Top, Panton Hill, 120 Acres, fruit-growing and graz ing, well fenced. For further particulars Phone Windsos 4620. OR Sale, good strong Jinker, a shafts,. £12. - MRs. TRIPe, " Dandaloo,". Panton H-jill. TINGLE horse Waggon, perfect order, just overhauled, new hood, repainted, £35, cash or terms.-PREMIER COACH WORKS, t urstbridge. PRE 'IER JINKERS, long distant axles, motor seat, rubber tyres, best Dunlop ; £36 ; written guarantee ; seas oned timber. - PREMIER COAcH WORKS, Hurstbridge. FOR SALE-Smart 14 hand Po...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Upper Plenty. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 December 1923

Upper Plenty. (From Our Own Correspondent.) A very enjoyabel social in aid of t....e local school and hall was held " the hill on Wednesday evening. °there was a good attendance, a ,mrge number attending from Glen -a ie. snd Whittlesca. It was orig "on?ly intended to obtain the ser ,oic l. several Melbourne artists to ~spply the musical and vocal part 4f the entertainment. This arrange .n-'at. however, unfortunately hbroke d?vs, cving '. the police upheaval _rl ialbourne. Several local artists, howwver, contributed a number of much appreciated items, those who assisted being Mrs. Grills, Misses Patullo, McDougall, V. White, M. and C. Mahady, and Messrs. W. Mun ro, J. Grills and R. McDougall. Dancing was also indulged in until early morning, Miss Patullo supply ing the music, and Mr. R. McDougall officiating as M.C. The catering.for the supper was carried out by' Messrs. Watson Bros., of Wallan. Some excellent cereal crops are to be seen about the district, which give promise of heav...

Publication Title: Advertiser
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 December 1923

Local and General. On page 4 is an article by Meruda on the road problem, correspondence and notes from various places. Tenders are called for additions to the Hurstbridge school. Mr Albert A. Haynes will hold his fortnightly Greensborough market on Monday next. The Yarra Glen show will be held to-morrow,. and the entries being good a big attendance is expected. The Mernda Mechanics' Iustitute will hold a ball in aid of their funds on New Year's night. The Hurstbridge Girls' Club will hold their annual ball on New Year's night, with all' the latest novelties. A farewell social and presentation will be tendered to Mr Edwin Spicer (late A.I.F.) in the Queenstown hall on Friday evening next. Tenders for road work and Epping sanitary service will close with the Whittlesea shire council at eleven o'clock on Wednesday next-meet ing day. For the Queen carnival in aid of the Hurstbridge memdrial park the following queens have been chosen: Miss Eileen Everitt, Tennis club; Miss Jessie Petter...

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Eltham Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 December 1923

Eltham Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. The councillors met at the Shire hall, Kangaroo Ground, on Monday. Present: Councillors A. Campbell, (president), Smedley, Hubbard, An drew, Bath, Bradbury, Shallard, Hall and Hewitt. CORRESPONDENCE. From Country Roads Board, for warding Gazette notice of the Yarra Glen-Kinglake East road.-Re ceived. Municipal Association, with refer ence to the maintenance of main roads.-On the motion of Crs. Hub= bard and Smedley, it was decided to ask members of Paliament to sup port it. Shire of Wycheproof, asking as sistance in an effort to have rates on soldiers' blocks made a charge upon the land.--Upon the motion of Crs. Smedley and Bradley, it was decided to support it. Department of Lands, stating pro cedure necessary before an addition al charge can be made for admission to recreation reserves.-Resolved, on the motion of Crs. Smedley and Andrew, to have regulation amend ed, thus enabling a varied charge to be made. District Forester, stating that it ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 December 1923

V. E. BARNES, (Tate A.T.F.) Painter & Decorator, HURSTBRIDGE. Best of Materials Used. Estimates Submitted Free TICKETS and Cards printed at the ADVERTISER Ofice ! . ' cns?ine that saves its pric: in r-co'd time. Does the hardest. Mar-i= wor., r.nd runs on crud- oil at cn:-iith the cost of petrol Crd ca.te-tbi-d t of kerosene. ';evolutionises farm power work. PETROL SESATIONAL IN !TS SIMtPLICI'Y. 1GIE ECONOMISES ENORMZOUSLY. T g a i SURPRIitn:G IN_ ITS STRENGTH. O 5 Plugs, Wires, Switc:hes, C.:burettc:, Magneto, Blow Lap, Batteries. Sold direct froran the factory. T O '£5 DOWN - EASY TERMS. Money back if you are not satisfied. EOSNE eA. H McDONALD & CO.,EG 32-6^,4 BOURSE STfT. MELOURNE. Works: lchmond. Vic. And at" Syduey and Arde!n' '-. . M 1?m11111111 1? ii~ su?11111111h cH illll ltl il ll111|111 1 1o1 Netley House, ELTHAM. Private Hospital. -0 OW\ING to many requests, Mrs. Lloyd has decided that she will again take MlATERSITY CASES. Surgical and Other Cases also Ta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 December 1923

Post Office Store. , - HURSTBRIDGE. H. W. SMITH HAVING purchased the above Business from Mr A. D. - Nicholson, wishes the Residents of the District to know that he has -,I S- FULL STOCKS OF - Groceries. Ironmongery, Crockery, Drapery, Clothing, etc. Large Range of Samples to choose from. A Trial Solicited. Hurstbridge Bakery. M. MORELAND OFT DRINKS. AFTERNOON TEAS, CIGAR ETTES. SBURtLEY- ALE ALWAYS ON HAND. Brown Brad aind Small Goo'-ds Spreci-liiv. Sci..l1- nnd Picnic Partiis Cateired for. "Wattle Cafe," RIGHT OPPOSITE STATION. HURSTBRIDGE. A E. AMBLER. Meals at all Hours. Accommodation for Boarders. DOI4SET EOUSE PnONE 5 S 1-TJXRStT~ B PDGi-E. WINE PRICE LIST - All Wines are Guaranteed Pure. Rich Port ... ... 3s 6d Penfold's No. 0 Claret 3s 6d Old Tawny Port ... 3s 6d Own Bottling . . 2s 6d Invalid Port- ... ... 4s Sherry Special ... 3s White Port ... :.. 3s 6d Sherry No. 1 ... ... 3s 6d Muscadine ... ... 3s 6d V.O. Golden Sherry ... 3s 6d Hock and Chablis ... 3s SPARKLING WINES. ...

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Whittlesea. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 December 1923

Whittlesea. Quite a gloom was cast over the district on Wednesday, 21st Novem ber, when the unexpected news of the death of Miss Wilhelmina Naomi Priscilla Lockwood was made known. For some considerable time she suf feed from cynavitis, and suddenly became ill with appendicitis. Ac cording to medical advice she was hurriedly conveyed to Melbourne Hospital for operation, which was duly performed, but despite all med ical. -attention, the end came. Miss .Lockwood resided here since her birth, and since the death of her father (the late William Henry Lockwood) she had creditably filled the positions of Electoral Registrar, Registrar of Births and Deaths, agent for the State Savings Bank, and diligently worked most success fully as organist for Churches Presbyterian, -Methodist, Church of England-also as choir leader and Sunday School teacher, and worked hard for the Empire. She was high ly respected and loved by all, and was a truly devoted, faithful sister Miss Martha H. Lockwood, the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 December 1923

PHONE 4872. RENTS CAREFULLY COLLECTED.I -*MIiLES BROS. A. E., MILES - W. G. MILES. Land, Estate, Business and General Commission" Agents. 2nd Floor, 274_ COLLINS ST. MELBOURNE. Auction Sales Conducted Anywhere. All Classes of Property Wanted. ......... We Advertise at Our Own Expense. Agents Royal Exchange Assurance. W- I 1 TE - All Classes of Properties in this District Owing to heavy Sales in this District we have seriously depleted our lists.' Expert Property and Furniture Salesmen,! Insurance Brokers. M ONEY TO LEND. --- iWe Advertise at Our Own Expense. -- ONLY ADDRESS: J. MORTON & CO., Established 1871. 100 Auburn Road, AUBURN. TELEPHONE HAWTHORN 393. REGISTERED AGENTS. Or at "FERNSIDE,"' IFLAT ROCK ROAD, HURSTBRIDGE (at this address week ends only.) IHleidelberg Saw, Moulding and Planing Mills -.., , li,.u "t,,'. lel.+lio.- 24 t :I'id·t.:b-r2 Ex. G+!,o 1, 1 .... 1 ;li. ,'. Iro.nionsery, Ghass, P.,i,, P ,pe, aI.:.,rl ,,ii gs, ei . .1u :1 , p.,i.iby. Quick D,.spickih ly...

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TENNIS. HURSTBRIDGE v. HAZELGLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 December 1923

TENNIS. HURSTBRIDGE v. HAZELGLEN. This match was played at Hurst- bridge last Saturday. The home team winning by 22 games. Men's doubles (Hurstbridge men- tioned first) :-- T. Cooke and E. Chamberlain d. E. Hildebrand and H. Edge, P. J. Genner and F. Buck (H.B.), 6-4. Bagley and Lobb, 6 -5. Ladies' Doubles-Misses L. Buck, and E. Everett d. Mrs. J. and W. Laidlay, 6-0. Mrs. C. Verso and I. Thompson d. Mrs. Bassett and Miss Lobb, 6-2. Mixed Doubles-T. Cooke and Miss L. Buck d. E. Hildebrand and Mrs. J. Laidlay, 6-1. E. Chamber lain and Miss E. Everett (H.B.) d. H. Edge and Mrs. W. Laidley, 6-1. P. Zenner and Miss I. Thompson d. Bagley and Mrs. Bassett, 6-4. F. Buck and Miss C. Verso lost to J. Lobb and Miss Lobb, 3-6. Totals- Hurstbridge, 7 sets, 45 games; Hazel Glen, 1 set 23 games. Central w'.n 46 gmules against Queens town's :'7. W\Vattle G;lc:n 37,,ani Yeanl 31 grames. To-nmorrw's fixtules-\Wattle (Ulen v. Central, Yahi Year v. Hurstbridge, and Hazel Glen v, Queenstown. Owing to o...

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Panton Hill. OPENING OF TENNIS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 14 December 1923

Panton Hill. OPENING OF TENNIS COURT. The weather was perfect on Satur day afternoon for the opening of the tennis court, which has been made on the recreation reserve of three acres, at the side of the hall, mostly by voluntary labor, Mr. D. Rodger being the president of the club, and Mr. A. Cleave hon. secretary. The club has about 30 members.. Mr. W. H. Everard, M.L.A., in thanking the club for inviting him, said he was glad to have Mr. McLeod (member for Daylesford) with him. Referring to politics, Mr. Everard said he was glad the people of the beautiful Kinglake district were to be within six or eight miles of the rail way. He raised his protest in the House about Hurstbridge not getting the electrification service, but the es timates for it are not yet ready, and he hoped to see them on the next budget statement. He had arranged for the Christmas Hills route to be included in the inspection of the Don caster-Warrandyte route by the Rail ways Standing Committee. If Par liament ...

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Eltham Police Court. Tuesday, December 4. (Before Mr. W. H. Smith, P.M., and Messrs. W. E. Smithers, C. Wraight and A. H. Price, J.sP. Assault. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 14 December 1923

Eltham Police Court. Tuesday, December 4. (Before Mr. W. H. Smith, P.M., and Messrs. W. E. Smithers, C. Wraight and A. H. Price, J.sP. Assault. Douglas Noi'man was charged with assaulting Geo. Birchall at the Eltham Hall on September 29. The evidence of Birchall was to the effect that Norman entered the dance hall, and after some words, struck him in the face and grabbed his watch chain. Norman was also charged with be having in an offensive manner in the hall. Constable Sergeant said he was called to the hall and found Norman and Tiegle causing a disturbance. They had been drinking. Norman afterwards found the watch-chain outside. John McColl said Norman blew smoke through the hall window on to some of the young ladies. Defendant made use of bad language to him, and also called Birchall vile names, and wanted to knock his head off. The disturbance caused, the dancing to stop. Norman said he hit Birchall in self-defence when he tried to put him out of the yard. The P.M.: And why did...

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Railway Facilities. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 14 December 1923

A meeting of delegates of progress :asociations was held at Heidelberg on Tuesday evening to consider inm provements in railway facilities. Mr. Hogan (Heidelberg) was in the chair, an:d other societies represented were C?lremont, Rosanna, Fairy Hills, Montmorency, Eltham and Hurst bridge. The following motions were passed: That extra trains be asked for on the Reservoir and Heidelberg lines during the busy parts of the day. (Smithers Bissett.) That concession tickets be akedl for thcse people who are pre p.re d to build in the cutiying sub ur'bs, on the motion of Messrs. Smithers (Eltham) and Kent (Heidel berg). That the mileage scale be re vised with a view of reduction in fares.-Barber (Eltham) and McColl (Fairy Hills). That the concessional fares in regard to youths be revised on ancount of the extra cost of living. That the line be duplicated between Clifton Hill and Heidelberg. That special fares for a shopping day be issued.-Bissett (Montgomery) and Kent. On the motion of Mr. ...

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THE Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser AND Diamond Creek Valley Advocate Published Every Friday Afternoon HURSTBRIDGE, DECEMBER 14, 1923. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 14 December 1923

THE ltht1am and WhittieoSe SireS (auertSerj AND ?iatuoud Orvk Valley Advocate Published Every Friday A.fternuon HURSTBRIDGE, DECEMBER 14, 1923. "The Advertiser" will not be pub lished on December 28, Christmas week. On page 4 will be found notes from Panton Hill, Diamond Creek, Kangaroo Ground, Christmas Hills, also court, and progress associations' meeting at Heidelberg. A ball in aid of the Tennis Queen will be held in the Hurstbridge hall on Monday evening next. A dance will be held in the Hurst bridge hall on Monday, December 24, in aid of the Queen of Cricket. Messrs Jacques Pty. Ltd. insert a notice with reference to the famous Elephant Brand arsenate of lead. A euchre party and dance will be held in the Eltham hall on Saturday, December 15, in aid of the Queen of Sport. The Queenstown school children celebrated the break-up of the school yesterday by a trip to the Zoo in Chalmers andBoorman's motor coach. The annual picnic at Yan Yean will be held on New Year's Day, when a va...

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Yan Yean. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 14 December 1923

Yan. Yean. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Our little community was quite shocked at the death on Thursday at the age of 47 of Mr Lawrence Haves, who, with his brother Harry, had been engaged in dairying here for a few years. Of a likeable and cheerful disposition, deceased was much esteemed by all who knew him, and his early demise is much regrett ed. *The deceased was always will ing to help a neighbour or assist in any good cause and will be greatly missed in the district. A widow and five of a family are left to mourn the loss of a fond husband and father and to them much sympathy is extended. The funeral which was largely attend ed, took place on Friday in the Yan Yean cemetery. Rev. Croker (Church of England) and Mr Hadley conducted the services in the house and at the graveside. . Everything. promises well for the success of the bazar and sale of gifts in the local school on Saturday next Mr Everard, M.L.A. will open the function at 3 o'clock. Hay cutting is general and the cro...

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ELTHAM. SUCCESSFUL PANTOMIME. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 14 December 1923

ELTHAM,, SUCCESSFUL PANTOMI ME. (From Our Own Correspondent.) In the Phblic Hall on Saturday evening the Girls' Social Club pre sented the pantomime "The Sleeping Beauty," the production and direc tion being capably performed by Miss M. A. Frizzell, who is the club's honorary instructress. The crowd attending was excellent, and a tribute I to the girls' popularity and capabili ties. Patrons attended from sur rounding districts and the city, as well as from our own locality. ThY stage was decorated in silver and black, and the effect was very strik ing. Electric footlights, stagelights and a spotlight gave a still more de sirable effect, and made the dresses conspicuous against the darker back ground of the stage. The cast was as follows :-Prince Pen de'Amour, Miss M. Coleman; Princess Beauty, Miss Gladys Adling ton; King Pompos, Miss M. Frizzell; Mrs Spoopendyke (King's house keeper)) Miss B. Brown; Bill and Walter (King's bodyguard), Misses G. Davies and A. LeBrocq; Malevo lence (w...

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Christmas Hills. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 14 December 1923

Christmas Hills. (From a Correspondent.) The lately reformed Railway League has the permission of Mr. Groube to transact its business at "Chiselhurst," where all meetings of the District League will in future be held. The League heartily -thanks Mr. Groube for so kindly placing his resi dence at its disposal-a more central position could not be desired. The Railway League will shortly form a party to go over the proposed route to Warrandyte-down Watson's Creek from Chiselhurst, and thence along the Yarra to Warrandyte. In conjunction with this, the Progress Association is arranging a "picnic" party of its lady members, and child ren) to accompany the expedition to some suitable spot where they can boil the "billy" and make merry. It may be possible to arrange to meet a similar party from Warrandyte perhaps near the junction of the creek with the Yarra. Efforts are about to be made to have postal facilities re-established in the Chiselhurst area. In fact, a deputation to the P.M.G. o...

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Strathewen. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 14 December 1923

Strathewen.... (From Our Own Correspondent.) On Saturday evening a concert in aid of the funds for the Presbyterian Church was held in the local hall. A varied programme was greatly en joyed by a large audience, the items by the children being very much ap preciated. Visitors from Hurst bridge and Whittlesea ,contributed largely to the success of the concert. Whilst playing cricket on Satur day, Mr Wm. O'Dea received a nasty blow on the thumb from a fast ball. X-ray treatment is necessary to de termine whether the oone is brolS.e or ?0ot. The first of what will probably be a series of motor bus picnics, or ganised by the Strathewen Social Club, was held on Sunday, 26th No vember, when Mr T. P. Murphy, of Streamville, conveyed a large number of eager sightseers to Fernshaw. The weather was ideal, and the bus leaving Strathewen Public Hall at 8 a.m. the party were conveyed to Hurstbridge and thence via Cherry Tree and Alma roads, through Pan ton Hill and Christmas Hills to the summit ...

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Diamond Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 14 December 1923

Diamond Creek. (From Our Own Correspondent.) On Saturday afternoon and even St. John's Church of England held a most successful sale of work, and close on £70 was received, which is considered very good. The Vicar (Rev. Constable) opened the fair in a few well chosen words, after being introduced by Mr Edmanson. The vicar expressed his admiration for the manner the ladies and young girls had worked to make the fair a success. Great regret waa expressed to Mr Edmanson, owing to the illness of Mrs Edmanson, who is one of the principal workers of the church, and was unable to be present. The pre sident of the Ladies' Guild (Mrs Constable) and secretary (Mrs Rose) and secretary of the G.F.S, (Miss R. Rose) had .everything well in hand, and were ably assisted by Miss Comp ton (treasurer). The stall-holders were as follows:-Ladies stall : Mes dames Miller, Edmonds and Heddle. Cake stall: Mesdames Cordner, Mill thorpe, W. J. Lawrey, and Misses Wilson and .Compton. Lolly stall: Mesdames Cha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 14 December 1923

IICKETS and Cards printed at the ADVERTISER Office. THI l 'TUD. To Stand this Season at. Panton Hill THE TROTTING STALLION CALl ONT FEE, £3 3s. Terms: Half down at first service; balance when mare proves in foal. For further particulars.apply to H. SCARCE, Panton Hill. Ray Rogers, Builder and Contractor, PANTON HILL. Building and all Classes of General, Wood Work carried out, All Work Guaranteed. PRICES RIGHT. ESTIMATES GIVEN "Also AGENT for the Queensland Insurance Coy Cockbill's High Grade Manures. Reduction in Prices of £1 per ton on All Manures. BLOOD AND BONE MANURE. The Best all round Manure. Highly (Concentrated. Analysis : Nitrogen 5.5 per cent. Phosphoric Acid 14 per cent. BLOOD BONE AND SUPER. A very rich mixed manure. Analysis : Nitrogen 2.75 per cent, Phos phoric Acid 16 per cent, Water Soluble 8.5 per cent. These Mai ures are of the usual High Grade Quality POULTRY MEAT MEAL, 16s per cwt PIG MEAT MEAL, 16s per cwt PURE POULTRY BONE GRIT, 15S per cwt SPURE CATTLE BONE LI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 14 December 1923

PHONE 4872. RENTS CAREFULLY COLLECTED. MILES BROS., A. E. MILES - W. G. MILES. Land, Estate, Business and General Commission Agents.. 2nd Floor, 274 COLLINS ST, MELBOURNE. Auction Sales Conducted Anywhere. All Classes of Pioperty Wanted. ......... We Advertise at Our Own Expense. Agents Royal Exchange Assurance: WTAN 1 T ED - All Classes of Properties in this District FOR- A.ILE Owing to heavy Sales in this District we have seriously depleted our lists. Expert Property and Furniture Salesmen, Insurance Brokers. MONEY TO LEND. --- V~We Advertise at Our Own Expense. -- ONLY ADDRESS: J, MORTON & CO., Established I87r. 100 Auburn Road, AUBURN. TELEPHONE HAWTHORN 393. REGISTERED AGENTS. Or at " FERNSIDE," FLAT ROCK ROAD, HURSTBRIDGE (at this address week ends only.) Heidelberg Saw, Moulding and Planing Mills Burgundy Street, Heidelberg, and at Corner of Peel and Capel Streets, West Melbouurne. Telephone 24 Heidelberg Ex. General and Builders' Ironmongery, Glass, Paint, Paperhangi...

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