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SAVOURY POTATOES. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 4 February 1914

SAVOURY POTATOES. Ifac ready Ith.. of hoiled nnd mrashed! potatoes, and (1b. of *sai nages. season the potatoes, ant remlio the nkins froni th. sausages. 31ix the ment with the mashed po tatoes and form into sausage shapes. Brush them ocer with leateis egg, coler with bread crlmnmihsa nd fry it nice brown. Take up, drain for a moment, and serve with castor sugar .sprinkled on each slice.

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BASUTOLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 4 February 1914

/ BASUTOLAND. .1 The greatest authority on the Ba sruts and tIasutuland is in London. This is M. ?kEdonard Jacottet, of the Paris Evangelical .Missionary MIciety. who has spent the past 30 years in Itasuctoland, and is now on furlough. The work of this society dates back to 18::I, when 3Moshesh. the greatest of the Jlasuto chief., iniited miissionaries of Paris tc settle in.his. country?,aantd frojp that day until hig de t pfrlF ' thlir irm friend. In conversation with a representative of " The taily Chronicle" 3!. Jacottet sai, that to-day between one-fifth and ono~ sixth of the' poliuation was Chris tian, tha...totaLp.o.ulnatjon . being about 10:,111t natives and I.:t'i whites. It was Moshesh thoCwelcl ed thevarlduS- BechGmnan:trites in to a nation. The progress of t he - Dasutos is extraordinary, ntct thl, elast siikicing illcistratitii of thic being the genuine native literature which is developing. M t..Jacot let mentionel one yoling Uasuto lwho has written a little book ill ti...

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
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SMALL GINGER CAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 4 February 1914

SMALL ,GINGER CAKES. IHere is the recipe, whichI, I holpe Wtill suit "Mother" :-Mix together, in a howl, one cup of' brown sugar. one culp o[ treacle, and one ounce of butter.,. Ppur. over .thls. iix ture a cl?p of boiling :water andl stir well. Now ndd two' table s?foonfulr .ach of ground ginger and cinnamon; half a teaspoonful of ground cloves, and five ctups of flour. - Mix, for several minutes, and bake in smlall buttered patty tins. To, clean thie inside of a silver Lempot, mix together eqllll qIluan tities of sodn, vinegar, and flour. I'aste thi:s aro¢und¢ the insid o ,f the pot am'l |,t it :,tamd ovrralight, It wili maltke thi in;.ide' i- bright a. po[sibe uith very littl.: labour. T mik c-rof ,oir mintes?, and Sottr rms? will take nca,,re of themll '~eli'es." -Nw notice iin Undeirgroumdm tr.ains, London.

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 4 February 1914

CRICKET. The Berwick and Clyde team met. on the local recreation re serve on Saturday last, when there was a fairly large attend ance of spectators. The visitors batted first and were all out for 70 - a very poor stand for what is generally recognisad as the best team in the association. Twyford, with 22, was the high scorer, and Landale and Stick also made double figures. Duff, who_ has proved himself the champion bat of the association, having the fine average of 61.13, failed in both innings, making 5 in the first and 7 in the second. Like Clyde, the home team did not show any brilliancy in their 'first innings, and they were un able to reach their opponents' score, all being disposed of for 61. Paternoster and Loveridge were the only two to make double figures. In their second .innings Clyde changed the order of things and some excellent cricket was witnessed. At the close of the day's play they had Jost three wickets for 157 ruos. Scorts - CLYDE. Twyford. b Patelrnoster . D)ff,...

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
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"Rain Gambling." [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 11 February 1914

"Rain Gambling." The Indian custom of "rain gajim bling" is referredl to in a lluc Book eontainingn evidence given by Sir Daniel .lMackirn on Hamilton be fore the luoyal Conmmission on In ilinn linhnce and Currency. Sir DIaniel explaintel the method emnlIoyed. "In the hot weather," he said, "we, get sho.wers perhaps every three or foulr weeks, nodl ts the ruins approach the pirolbbility is that those showers wvill leconiie mlore frequent. There wars a gBUible whether the rain, woulld fall n a particular day or not. i::i'There .wuits a, little tank with a sput 'fixedl upl on the tp'of a house in the Burra lonva.r, of Cal._utto, which is the big native Imarkt.t-pllsce, and if the ruin fell ?urliciently for this Siloutlt to, rilt, it wos consider ed to have rainetl, nnd the t.man lost tir wonl his Iet ietrorlingly. This ganlhlitig ti'eallle slluch onl ' il that the GoverliipentL Steplped in ani killLed it." , Ide;ore using n new s.n.celu?- lll;i it with water with a lrllip of slio? son...

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
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Navigating Space. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 11 February 1914

Navigating Space. (Ely GAI?It'FTT P. SI':RVI S.) The statom.ent has recently appear edt in print that. towinO to the dis rovery bry Sir Williant ItarlRsay of a gas sixteen times lighter than hy rirogenl, it nltay hec?mrne possible to send a Ialloon from the earth to the nmroon otn to other planets. if this could bre done it wotul b.e the trrtost wonderful thing ever rcmtpisihed Ity. an. .A voy.geto thetnlltrl worrttll be an elxperience of indescribable novelty andi infinitely ilorle tnarvtllrttls thian Cot l tumibas's iirst crossing of tile Atlantic. Buit the reasoning' ont which the statetternt is based is enttirely erro entous, and thie fact that it is cre? dited to a "scientist" only shows how igrrra?tnt. the mtajttrity even of enctiateti people are of tile real dittli eulties , to he overcomre refore a voyage itl open space carn he un ,lertakicn. This seems a golod occasion for siowing how ta trip to the titton coult actually be irnadle--providled thart we Ihadt thie ireans. Sui...

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
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Remarkable Facts about Babies. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 11 February 1914

Remarkable Facts about Babies. ---+----- "Irr elier n lIfolre I h.ili one," s;aid thie profe:ssor of phylis.'s to his hae?rh-lr assistnnt, "just how closely ,our science rcoll be npplied to a baby. I have heeln astoiiulede at tlie following trole concllsions : "'As two similar bodlies vary In v eight as the cubes of their di lmensions. I find liht a halb two feet long should weigh jost ahoilut. one-si.xt. ethi of n uman five feet high ; aIso Ihat, as tile surfaces of two silmilar holies var" as tilhe sqlunre of their dimenisions. a lh?ly is efor, wiould hav- hloll, olle sixth tile surfcle of the man. So the e\xt.ilt of Suirfiie priliportional to weighl ill tlih holy *is vastly greater thinl ill Lie lliilt ; In f.act, a square foot of thie lnhy's skin wvolll shield just one-third the sub stannr of what a square foot would oi l ni ilolit. "Arguinl. friom this. and knowing that the rate of colcing of a solid Ildpl.enls oil the extent of surface, I foinld that a ibliy got cold quicker, ...

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
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New Weapons of Warfare. DISTANT FIGHTING MADE EASY [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 11 February 1914

New Weapons of Warfare. DISTANT FIG:H'TN(; MAD. EASY The latest trimltphs of the fam ous Krupp fartory iln (et many is ain illtiniinating bonIb wthilch will re seal the prec?ise lposition of the enemy. nond that withwot the least risl? to the observer. The ?enemiy may he live or even ten mliles away ivllhn the officers decide that they shoililt know ilmore iabout the arrlangelment of the forces and how the cnemy is enea?n ped. An order goes olut to the captnin ofl artillery to get readly an illuliinat ing tbotbh. te Iatlds the cannnlon with the hlInth aifter getting the precise position of the opposing forces. hut he does not try to de stroyv nything in their rnial. The caniton is aiid uiip in tihe air its slrh a way that the Ioitli drolps jist abohve tile catlllp. As the run"lo1 is firedl it looks as if tin ornliiailry shell were l?iitn sent out, blut such is far frotit heing the case. it is a shell. llt a very, unusuallt one. Whlln this shlll reanches a point over the elnemy it be...

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
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Night Lion Hunt in Foggy Streets. FIVE ANIMALS SHOT IN CHASE BY SO ARMED POLICE. DRIVEN TO BAY IN HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 11 February 1914

Night Lion Hunt in Foggy Streets. -4---- I~ FIV E ANI.1IAL, SIOT IN CtI.ASl Ill" MO A.\ltli PIOLII'I. I flI ?N "T) fAY IN I OTEEL. Eight lions anl t tiger rtiailting loose ait nlighlt aidl i in i ci~ten fog sprang Itaint i Lhitig. Eset tuall" li e lilons were sholt Is the Ititi:e altlli the oLthlers wcre recalt tired. llirniatn'. ('irens., acre ,ing takt ti, the railhan station. There was Ia tthi'l f~g. ill the lrilier of till electric tram-ear crar+hel into one of the va+ns aIs it crtrtrise the street. One liiot, conigolut if thTe cageII slFrang saliag?l at the throats lf ttia hlorr.es that, aere drawing tihe van. T'he lhorses trictl to riini iluy. Tlhis excited thle sueven lions anit the tiger which were still itt the 'aln, ttndt thtev tto Itrlttke Itlnse witht ni ro~ar. "I ITterea us a t crcib IdaItaic in t. "st t'lt'. tllich t re Irlstltll. thoulllg i see thettn. c'ort-,rds., relInrs. rntaural ts.l ani , nafes. Si.,llot if the lij,,ns [,ro.l! etl roilrillng tlhrotlgh th. streets...

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An Elephant Nursemaid. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 11 February 1914

An Elephant Nursemaid. ~-4---- Int "'i gerlasn't" (Chapmotan .nro tarlty Mr. t' . E. tlouldstsury. for toettrl .,f the [ndin n Police, htas written his remniniscences of forts years' sport atlnd adventure in Iteti lIe relittes ati extraordinary coot wdy wittiesseil Ity a friend who was sitting itt the 'crantldah of his tettt watching iLs elephants, which wtere icketetl tintter somtte tries a short tlistantte off. tHe saw the wife of one of the tttihtout) ertlerge frotit Iter tent-like shelter with ant infant in her arms. She took it nclse tltp to a htzgt "tusker," to whoni she tmtadte a low salnatn; then out the sle lintg chiltl town before it, and salmnmttoe £tgaitn. Next shie sproaL a hlaniket on the grotind. and pliced the batty in the centtre of it. well within rearh of the tsker's prtt tIoscis. 'IThen safaltning again. ttrc ostenttatiouisis, wentt off to thte Int xnnr. Presently tle chfiltl awoke, andf soott began to crnwl towartfs the edge of tfte blantket. [tut whten it had g...

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 11 February 1914

PERSONAL D)r Langmore was, at a meet- I ing of the Mechanics' committee held last night, appointed presi dent for the ensuing year, and Messrs McCann and Hehir vice presidents Mr A. G. Bennett. who has filled the position of pastor at the local Church of Christ for the past 12 months is leaving Berwick next month to take charge of the Church of Christ. Williamstown. Mr G. O. Lyon and Mr J. . ;J. K. Mills. of Harkaway. Fellows of the Royal Colonial Institute, will attend a luncheon in Melbourne to morrow to welcome Earl Grey, the President of that institute. The Rev. D. Cameron. of Mel bourne, is to visit Berwick next month in connection with the anL.iversary of the oIGcal Presby terian church. Mr E. W. Poyrter, who has filled the position of secretary to the local Mechanics' Institute .or the past three years has resigned and Mr A. E. Thomas has been appointed to fill the vacancy. Mr C. H Lyon, of Harkaway, left for Western Australia to-day sailing by the " Katcom-ba." The following...

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
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£100 FOR A HORSESHOE. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 11 February 1914

£100 FOR 'A HJO rSESHtOE,. ':I'he loa;is irnprovemenlt Associn tion- ,aof: , )ndon, in Mnjunctiot wiLth ~ the !tL~4P.C.A., are .onfering £100 for a new, er improved, type of horpchhoc that wail pro vciri horsea?s with a satisfectory foothold ripon il the' :'odcra: water-' proof road ourfajces, send sihnimse the damage 'now: caosel to such surfacei by certatn. types of shoes now in use,.:

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CORRESPONDENCE. TELEPHONE SERVICE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 11 February 1914

CORRESPONDENCE. TELEPHONE SERVICE. To the Editor. Sm;-AII those who are in terested in the extension of the telephone system in this district will be pleased to learn (as re ported in your last issue) that further facilities are about ro be accorded to Upper and Lvwer Beaconsfield-that the former is connected by a metallic circuit with the Berwick post ffice and that the latter is also to be linked on. I am not, however, soclear that the two Beaconsfields will gain anything by cutting into the main line direct instead of through the Berwick exchange. I believe it is generally recog,. nised that Berwick users of the telephone get through to the city witn excellent dispatch, and so Beaconsfield subscribers will fare no better than at present as the competition will not be any less. I fear, however, that the creation of exchanges at Lower and Upper Beaconsfield, instead of subscribers in those districts being connected direct with the Berwick exchange, mly postpone for many years to co...

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
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The New Piracy. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 11 February 1914

The New Piracy. T• rl ,Id-fashionPal pirate ,'aitainl, with a brace .of tist ti. tuck0ed tlurder his litlt. anti . r',oltured hnandker lhief litil roulltndl his lheidtl, who Iried his treasure, anti m?I tlle his rip tires walk the planki. nttt retire into the httkgr.t'ottlud niowtdtlays l.fotre the pirate with tlot'lertt idenS and it apttitst' . io l cttntunreial enter Irise. says tlhel "" ketch.' A ltirahte taptaitt Iltutarishes at the Irit-sent timlte iil the itl Se?ll. who rittmttmanttlds a large ulhol . lHe mup ittres ot hr rlhows carryinr tiser lisht, stores tl -itecpt irnt gt1l.ods iOmIel hereP oitt oi t reach of Tur kish Sailor+? Otr ,whlilfr1 mlslt thenl enters into negrti:ltion~t' with the nmrlchannts to whitnl the gotdls were crin~igne!, olfferitng to s.ll thelllr their own goods at a very relduced H-T[hls it kmlvi pirude; "htt., hust it.tule a: lne h Piii, ha~ing eap~ltuirn etrgo wforth ~tweiitv thitusaniI rurtetiti li'hu was ttts'ollznilnr to zitrterltuitits at ile elre ...

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The Cold Bath. ITS GLOW OF REACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 11 February 1914

The Cold Bath. ITS iLIOWl OF 1- 'A.EAUTION. if toll .10 not feel warni after a wil ilti illo ihad I.tter not take ii, forIl it is clint youn no good. l- ii Iottt take cold h;ths for tLhe sake ,of claldinleess; cold water lany walsh tit thusUlp,'riicia dirt, Ibut it dl.es Itot ',xtrtlct thIe dirt frolli the pures. e itnilge into cli t-alter solel. for its riigrat:in1? elTect a;llnd unlllls w L:tge this efflTcL frao itc we hlol ietiter etek thie in i,'iguratl in .o1111 ??l o other woV. Ccld wtater pliidi-I sl?dlielliy drivrs the -1heod urmntrttem ld ri cluontrict illg tle capiillriis. It. alsl, adllin* istirs i lihlt shf,ck to th ilerve.?, bliuih hls i n to Walk'ttllIllg l<*it ul'coiol alt the nIiehes of ti' isedy. The. rntlill.,ris heing i'l-ed, the resistlce t ,f the ,IitdI tlo tilo e heart Itreisllre is greiterl. llThe hea;rt re lowis to this rsist.ll.Ce by gretler eff'ort : il. leats ore raflilitv tllI with stroollr f)r:.. The btooli? i ?llrgc.' thrwagth thein" .l] more...

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
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BEACONSFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 11 February 1914

BEACONSFIELD. A meeting of the local progress association was held last Wed nesday evening when Mr Jamres Adamson occupied the chair and there was a good attendance of members. A letter was read from Mr F, A. Officer, who stated his willingness to give every assistance to obtain the proposed new road, and also offered to interview Mr Chirn side re the matter Messrs May and Bragg reported that they had interviewved the committee of the Foundling Home on the same subject with a satisfactory result, and the secretary was instructed to write to the land holders interested and get an undertaking in writing so as to have something definite before the next meeting. Satisfaction was expressed with a letter From the Railway Department stating immediate steps were to be taken to improve the public conveni ences at the local station, and" also with a letter from the coun cil stating that inst-uctions had been given for the lighting of the lamp at the post olric, evory night. A report re tthe N...

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THE GALLANT THREE HUNDRED. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 11 February 1914

·iux t 'LAiLrs TIIatEE trrJs- - :"lintri h -:lnc V~iflcyr~ o( Ieeth nt'~a ci ~l\a -the mn,z'hictst arl ,nost '.l'cnriII. fc~at inl the f~lflhI~l8 f.'v ; hot r z,i r:ttv tt,-dav,~ k nout the three hIlndlr'l. rr¶lI',, a. Irewshoiir e?;irller, frling t;.'r~nL~'l~'"s at the ''II· i~lita .inl ri:-s un thhiR thrill( 25 IS .'I'1 Un Ilirev J-rlttjh soldiers faced .ich tearful adds. Oint the heights .tttve thlim. a' dnse. m lenucing lna~s, W.re thre,, th,?u-?an n oi f IRussia' t inest horsemunl, tlut numherinig ?h?ttl bl" telt Ione. i 1oual with all; the aol ntt.ge oi ipositioit: but etcn at this poiit, \itit the alllarenttly Ihopeltes task Ionre the.n, etery mal~n int tihe lritis'h li~ne, was celtnvillseil with latughter ;s. thowl they hill. ill 1,utic" Ilight. ralced?l htnlre, ls .f r.ild-feted Turks, lur .sI,., Ily thth fllsh of C(t ssck swir5. [lhit there 'was little tiiw(. for inter rill?ntt , tnil its tha lhutssliln ttv aIlrs. with the thIii ll er of ]ltu-tis, lair.' tltwi tupon themn ...

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BERWICK SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 11 February 1914

7.BERWICK SHIRE COUNCIL. The ordinary monthly meeting .-of the above body was held on Saturday last, when the follow ing members were present :-. Crs Martin, a'Beckett, Barr, Sharp, Pearscn. Close, Carney, Dore Fahey and. James. In the absence of the President Cr Martin was voted to the chair. FINANCE. Accounts amounting to £672 15s 10d were passed for pay qnent. CORRESPONDENCE. From Dr White, health officer, drawing attention to the low position occupied by the Five Mile school. Owing to the soak age-in wet weather the around .was covered with a scum which was detrimental to the health of the children attending the school. He recommended that the build .ing be removed to a higher site. -On the motion of Crs Carney and Fahey it was agreed that :the report should be sent on to .the Education Department. From the Fern Tree Gully shire asking if the council would bear half the cost of metalling one chain at the bridge'at the foot of the hill near Cockatoo -Creek station.-To be asked fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 11 February 1914

THE BODER $O'TE1, BlERWlilCA THE OLDEST BOTEL IN THE DISTRICT. Golf Links opposite. - Good Shooting and Driving. Large Garden and Tennis Court on Premises for use of Visitors. Billiards. - Stabling. - Vehicles for -ire. Ie" Motor Car yarties and Cyclists catered for. Large Room for Meetings Free of Charge. Week-end Visitors catered for. JO0{l P. (D. TRIADO, Proprieto1. Phone Berwick f. Late of Broken River Hotel, Benalla. GIPPsji[- N 1- orE"La, BEACONSFIELD. A. B. BRAGG, Licensee. Good Accommodation. Week-end Visitors Catered'For. Fithing arnd SIcoting. Golf Links in Pregaration. Billiards. Good Stabling. -i.i MOTOR CARS FOR HIRE. -i+ Commonwealthb 'i Tank or australia HEAD OFFoICE " - SYDNEY ratl B5an to op.n n r at n ,l:...m o GENERAL BrkNKIelG BUSINESS at EQUITABL- BUILDING, COLLInS STR.ET, MELBOURNE I a t Io sydney, : n.herr ..l< ei-.el Pethr. It, art. ' a-ih , ,. .olpten. Tow, .vll.e, and t ndo . Cabie lernlittance. *ae . ?t tr t drd n ,u ,r... pl - , Ferrl. blllt ,,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 11 February 1914

Busiuess .vottccs. TEETH . S-~- TEETH TEETH TEFTH KVr EX Nuge tat airS "eed. by tlD Drital Board of Vietoria, Will visit BERWICK every TUESDAY, ro clock till 5 Consulting Room at Mr E. WV. Poynter's, Chemist. -Also PAKENHAM, Tuesday mornings -9.30 to 11.45. Private consuting room Gembrook Hotel AINPaNLEss EXTRACTroNS 2a6. Crown, Bridge and Porcelain Work a Specialty, at Reasonable Prices glote.-No CHARGe made for E~cra.:tions ~va .n , er givsa for ARtI SucIALt WOR. Teeth extracted by the most modern Painless System. At my Me·ropolitan address I have fitted up an up-to-date Sungery -aith the very latest American Electric Plant, including a Nasal In &aler Nitro Oxid itas Plant, which is the very latest process for , tracttng teeth. Inspection invited. Tr.,aPHoNa--Windsor 736. Hlouas-9 till 5.30 and 6.30 to 8. ADDRESS-224 WILLIAMW ROAD, TOORAK, Opposite Dr Huckell's Surgery, I minute -awksburn Station - ALL -WORK GUARANTEED. - Weicu khardt's Chaarnpion -;000 Gallon 25 gauge "Or...

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