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SECOND GRADE. HOLY TRINITY 129 [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 February 1914

SI COW) G1 (DI., ,(Jauir -I n0 CGrig.25,GraIii+23: Iicndry, ince: for :51 Gray .'one for T2) v LLS1T \L TW ICK 3AMET1 111ST, cc'The for 33<

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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P. H. PULLMAN (Hon. Secretary). [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 February 1914

P. H. PULLMAN (lion. Secretary).'. IL 311, L . ' "Wodhaiii (~1 .F.. ir. -J Iaig+ ?id Mr.V W. r> (\ir res'ideit ), iiid I.?. ,i]1..lln Thea report and balainc slieset. a pre :is of . "hich. ? ia pil?ulishied.:; a oni" ,st i'su.e. ans asianittedh?y. the se& 1 whie - : re id ei t i ovmedc, i lie t 'nda o p tio n . le tliakled tlieni' ifor retulninge: hin iniliposed 'ns? i?sidei tfor tli? elevenith i i ':-i"ie i1 e . hi d e'tit .s-ed d esel e iim a tch lats Saro, and -hlthiu,? t?e. 'resuilts rer'; ofteisuishi rterielii.i healla lnys left tith :'teli fll .intention -of eideavour ng to iiinrove iii, the futuire. ?ThI oinmiittee huail worked liard to'-l :fi mincar: ;ithe clul, and ofteni it riceked iiln to see the imehlmers" puttting itheiri iahds; in. their "inckets and iivinigiwhat ime- could" ,'hardlvy afforid. ]'u irid Elen to' iisist the coliuttmie sno 'thhi they 'oaild. have a tilt ''orthyli, o tid ;Istrict. Ie Ie:, i{i:: s plilted to see thie playert rco-operativng !iiore...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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Tmposing Ceremony. ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH, MENTONE. VISITED BY ARCHBISHOP CARR. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 February 1914

IImposingO eremony, ST.. PI'ATRIIIC'S CGURICi, MEN VISITED :B '."kRCILHISI[OP CAltR. His ,raice the 41ost Rev.. Dr. Carr was welcomed .at Std. Patrick's, Men tone, . on Sunidy lilst by the zealous pastor, Rlev, TT;.Quinn and. represen tative li yiiehni the local JLA.G.B. So ciety forming, a guaird of honour. The purpose of" Ir...:Carr's visit was to open and bless the addition to the church and school. 'A new organ gal sery3 aas been erected in the church, and the school building has been en larged andd brought thoroughly up to modern ideas in every detail. It will also make an ideal hall for any class of : entertainment.' Before the cele onration. commenced lis Grace, assis ted by the Very Rev. Dean liegarty, P.1., 'V.F., of Kyneton, and "Father Quinn, blessed-the schlool. The Orchestra;l led by Mr. Nelson Jliser, rendered Ts'chikowsky's "'Sere nude Quintet." iHigth Mass was then sung. by Denas Hegarty, the Archbish op, attended -by .ltdv. T. Quinn, pre sided in the' Sanctuary; The...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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THE CAULFIELD SYSTEM. POSITION OF SEWER MAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 February 1914

1ill: (AbI.tFIEI.) SYS0TE131 1'uSITION OFL SE?WE? MAINS., - The Prahran and Malvern Trust wrote to the Caullield Council on Tues day evenliug urging that the Board of Wsorls should Le s.ed that lie:o?o laying water and 'sewer mains notice should be given to the Council con csrnled, aml also a similar propos. tin in regard to the Postal Depart mest, so that the mains or wires should be placed on the side of the road to avoid ainy subsehuent altera tion henll tranm lines were construe ctd. The 'Tr.st exl.lained that tley io.d paid L8,,0U3 to the Board for al triog maini, and also a large sum Lr. llall did not thimk therewould I u any opposition Iros. the Board . of to te 1', stal Delpartment. It was agreed to write to both itcs- in the way suggested.

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ST. MARY'S 135 [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 February 1914

(J'(uuoell4 n , l-3 gt' 30, itti ws c 27 ; 11 tt- hIf ~three i;fa: 33; G.Usher two' for IS I ncs tw'o for, 12, becalt ,,md ;:.t (J uco%I1..?.ablkfour for. 11, 'Pumeroyot':°nfors S0ShhIsteio iuonj .for 11, , :. ,-aiJiruifuf0s'and. J$rii. : (Itroclc. 10 qýAblbotS --five" for G W Jica'r 0(30 for 'J); - v 'r,-r a- ,SI (IC 4 )or 132 s'` (11 If' oir ...100 1110(1' 4I',. Curbott IS, J ones t°wo' fot ~2 `Sni'er-~hiuewfor 53).

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Electric Trams ELECTRIC TRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 February 1914

E lectric :Trams -***- E CTlllC TiTAMS. - - L The Bri;ihtod Counciol on lo?Iday. t•,.ma", re?.J'ved a eonlnunication from the I ralran and 3ial.ern Tramways Ir'-t. statitni? that the Chaiirman wouhl confer with representatives '.'of th,. rs,, ecti?e (Iounils regarding prd: paiLti ,nL of application for an Order i h (Cuncil to extend" th the.tramwla3s .omn ? tithori road, Bay andlamnip t,,n tr.ets. fromm Caulficdl. T'he Mayor (Cr. Wilson) and Cr. ltch-y were appointed represantmitives.

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Bowls TO-DAY'S GAMES. "A" PENNANT. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 February 1914

"iJ Bowls a : TO-I r )A? ?i AESIIIS ; .*l at , .1' PENN.ANT' fl Bri=lhton-'' Fs it'ro mid G .o ast?ki is bourine :r Tliornbu'y', v Elsterlhivck ilistric', PLNN ANT. Elsternwiek District . l?ster.i ,ick. 17 Brighton v. ellborurie. Sandrinh iam:iii St l:Kild :i: 0 Briglihtn bitctainedr lichininod Uli on ' bust found the 'isitors a solid 5 combination. Burrows ias- the only 12 Brighton skipper to be i;p. i B. R.U. ? Jeffrey, dlendle, .IVance, Fossey 17 32 L4 George, Crowther, `Foy, Livescy 22 29 2 Bergin,:,Leitii, \ash, Tricks .. 30 33 L7 lBurrows . ... .... ~.... 6 i n7 :Dado . 6.: Ti' " 3 90 119 SR..Elste)uwic'" D)istrict islt Victori:i i2 (lubgi'.and after anit excitiiig lanlie ?ioil ir .'. a single. A featurii of: the 'gime was thit each rink of the -liniii tentii Scored 2" ' 'i Jolisoi OBiereand, Penniiigtoli 13 Rt .. ... . 0 Soomeri'le I Sincluii Stott; : ' i7 C .nnisse'ian ohen i4IorSin;" ,;-':Sarah 21'21',.. :,-, ':.::," ..:-:.:. ."21:2 3 toon 20 1 6 -el 13 JIthe 1e s idtsio: B...

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A BOWLING FEAT. SIX WICKETS FOR NO RUNS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 February 1914

. A BOWLING ?EAT.? : SIX VICKETS FO1SiR NO IUNS. . in. B.).C.A.0 competition iias estab l'rioued hea J Ž'aie of th ehome team, secured six c et ftIor none in the liri linnings oflthe frighton rP ea l vterixns, and n the second iniiniigs iNoble played" lust season ini the third gcade?team arid as an tain won ' the indiv'idual prizesoffered .by the! Associ iation for batting bo'lboi a: highest score. r. .- I Ben; ,:if - ? tlie'?Board of Coitrol;', in p:resentinig the'prices ex pressed the oppe that li the player would: develgp into" as.i great a llayer as' :his illustriois naiesake. ::Noble was promoted to thsacs'cecond e this SBroaidbient of Hlamp ton (fist grade) also "!Shtoed Wel again:inst H rinity His' firuresrend. 8b balls, 41 ns, wickets-iv eri\d e 3.' :1 The' distinction ;'of lieini the lrst ulicketer to score-- thlred tury ,onthe Sandrin. hliain groind ?ihs ?leen gained liv.w:. Bear of the Si idrig?i as.Pr I teriansi : R -Jn? he;; "atci : against hirihton .Con t? Saturday ie?...

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Swimming [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 February 1914

Swilmming The . prostunin for thel B l hton Club s carniv'li, to bl held oi loarch J14th, comipr ses.Open .aniidica i ,iiidel 1(i, o50 -yards; 3lainden Haliandicip 50 yirds; Oi;en llandicap 50'Iyarlds ; Tilt ing;.Kieran:3lemorial'i2 'j;yards, Lifi Saylinl " isplayl,::" air ?: ;Oared ;]lRie, lreast; .tio ec, 'Diyiing; ?aid,?lemlber Briiiclbt El(P'yaid'i EIitri close: on Mondai?y nest 'with ihe li hon. -secretary, V.A.S.A., 3elboirne h. ' Club. ineieiiiers ha?e? done eI in other.. -competitions. -J; " Steadman maintained his reputiation by again winning, the Ilt)1yitrds championship of Victoria, and. in the under age event. -G.- Grieve proved his :superiority - by winning? both Cit~ of lljlbourne and C'ity of. St. Kilda Chamipionshiis. At a meeting of 'the. Club last wveepl Mr. J. C. Stednman,i treasurer, who is shortly leavihng on a triii'to Eliglnid, was elected life i?embher in recognition of his valualle services to the. Club:' All Souls', Sandringgham.-S a-.m. I.C.; 11 and 7, Rev...

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District News BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 February 1914

BRIGIITON.' Mr. and Mrs. If, Kemp and their two sons returned by the R.M3.S. Os sterlvy -on Monday, after a tour through Europe and the United Kidg dinom, extending over eleven months. Mr. J]aemp reports having had a tho r-oughly enjoyable time. The voyage 'out -was made particularly pleasant by the efforts of the sports commit tee, of which His Excellency the VT torian State Governor (Sir Arthur Lyulph Stanley) was ('ha:rman, whyfilst Mr. Montv Kemp acted as secretary. hr. H. Komp has successfully negoti ated for the' license of the. Royal Oak Hotel in Swanston street, opposite the town hall. formerly held for over 40 years by the Dillon family. T'lhe Rdyal Oak was recently relbuilt. and the business is now carried on in a fine new building of modern architec ans trunr .Lun roi. ^ - their ,anual: eernicting on -'ednesday i WecK,: *instead aot 'nursday'y next as . previously atrranged. he.;clis?l' smoeo Snight has been iixed for W ednesday, SMarch 25th. - CI onsiderable time was. oc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 February 1914

First aid Foremosti W. BobiIsoin, Butchers e wv i.B Bri hton. 'tel. ?. Established ,.l Situation Yacant. 1 l;NEIIAL, light, or Young Girl, 3 L I. in iamily. "Kalisma," William st., Brighton. . (1 ESENlAL, superior, good wages, J. small iamily. Mlrs. McBride, 21 Bay street, Brighton. Tel. 251. Sl \I"1 A.L, 3 adults, no washing. S ornings or evenings. 10 Wil- Ic liam st., Brighton. I .\ItIDEsElt, with lawn mower and U tools, half day fortnightly. Iedshaw, Wooyong rd., near Garden \ale. ( IllL, clean, mind 2 children, sleep -A home. Apply mornings. "aSn gana, ' Sussex st., 21. Brighton. LIOUSE and PARLOR MAID, 3 in ifamily, near railway station. IMrs. Barclay Thomson, "'Ardyne," iurrumbeena rd., Murrumbeena. Fare paid. Telephone 137 Oakleigh. AN IN, accustomed to market gar L den. C. V. Thomas, South rd., Brighton. ' IAN, used to market garden, day .L man preferred. W. II..Box, cr. north and Bloundaurvrds., LentitYgl.. J) ESPECTABLE GIRL, housework, L 2 adults, good home. "Airlie," Oce...

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Caulfield Council. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 February 1914

eaulfield :Council. 2The ordinary nieeting of the Caul field City' Council held on Tuesday was-attendled 'b the Mayir (Cr:.3Mur ph),Crs. Eg leston, Dualbar, Fiske, Kitihi; ;iiMrray, Hall, King, Charles; Tyner,and Thomson - _, :2i., IN 3IOR M1ATTERS : :Tit r'il Bordil:ofb Works notified' hliht a water nisin*ould beli laid:.in Saturn streetl eistivnrdsl from Koioyoni? road, on ..xthe usual' ^ cozt tions - TIEi REPUSE DESTRUCTOR., " Thu-Publisc ealth Department inti mated thati. consideration -of site for the destructorhod bIen deferred to en able parties o toconoi an amicable settlement.? Cr. Thomson explanined that the resi dents near the proposed site: objected because the- deatructo"r '.woildd l close to the ;State schoil Th:": iey suggested a. site near the Brightion Cemetery, bit it oukl not Ih esuitable:to'- St. Kilda as - thied: cost. of .the :cartage wouhtl n. excessive Cr. fHall. St Ehila vill ldrop out if it ala iot careful.` Cr. Eglestonii t is a piti ou can not get a 'site...

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Golf [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 February 1914

Golf flule .litternuick (Golf Club played Ieir :-Februlrary medal on Saturday. Fortiimembers took out cards. anti i i~sexeecdingly goodw summer entry, ant o;-alou ivway above the averageo Io ebrunarv. The weather was very pileasant although the sun was fairly hdot the cool southerly breeze made playing` :conditions -pleasant. , Thi greens were in good order, but th fairways were hard owing to tlhe -coni tinued . dry weither. Geoi Lamberl was easilty t tie. wrier, :'thi rest of th coitestuantsretulningi ery poor cards Scores _.p Groe Laai ert t ye 1 whe J. P. 0 Doaielbi D. IHPfrald w . l. C, C eationot r o .nh a N. Har t . Sharp.... J. Miurray e ... 7` .1. Lillie ... 1 - J. Beckley ... ..... . 14 - The additions to theCluldb ?i ise anr? tnow complete and are iuchl alppreci ated ,b members. Thle dressing-roon is particularly roomy, and contain` amplle Ictc ers for presa»it and futur, ulmembers. ic and D)onall were hat in a crenal eighteen-hole golf match. Tuhey botl drove oit in first...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 February 1914

Bargain Winds STILL BLOWINO.! Eagerness for Quick Clear ance means Big Bargains at Allen's-Join the money Savers there. All Ribbons Reduced. Ribbons are to be v, ry fashionable--already prices have gone np-but not at ALLENT' -shop from largains like these: Bebe Ribbons, 2 yds. at Id.; Glacie Ribbon, fire quality, in. wde, Id. yard. 11ne. wide 21d. a yd,; 2 inches wide, 4.1d. yd. ; 4 inches wide, Gd. a yd. ; aldo an a.ssor ment in Tango, Tangerine, Royal, Sky, Pink, Jvory, While, Brown, "Vieuse Rose, Red Cerise, Marone, Block, at Gd. yard. Mothers ! Note these Men's and Boys' Bargains, 'OY'S TWEED KNICKERS, 1/, l)%'Id, 3, 1/6, 1/9, 1111, 2/6, 2/11. ;MEN'S GALATEA SHIRTS, usually 2/6; our price 1/111d. HALF HOSE, MEN'S all Wool Cashmere, 9Sd, 1//, 1/5?l,.1 id. FEW STRAW HATS left, 1/11, 2/6, 3/6, 4/6, all to go quickly. SIMILIAR REDCOTIONS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. F AlIen Opp. Post Office, W. H. Nicholson begs to intimate to the the Public of Glen Huntly, Carnegie, :Ormond and Surrounding...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 February 1914

Late of New Zealand. BUILDER 'and 'BUILDING SURVEYOR. , at 110 CHAPEL STREET?, WINDSOR.-"L++ :, If about to Purchase:or Repair House Property, : : For a small fee I may savo you pounds. Consult an Expert before Buying or Repairing. Reports furnished on Construction and Condition of any Clas of Building. : Estimates for RIepairs. 3" Years at the rade. SiELEPUONBd WINDSOR 1854 G.E MENERE,, MOTOR ENGTNEEB. REPAIRINO AND nHIRING DEPOT. Al GTEAM CAI SPECIALl. '. COI'NER C~APEL STREm r & iaei?t ;il-)N ROAD ST. TILD: -. t.,,Or Vnars Overhaculdl IPetrol and Oil Stored. . fIodern iouring Car sand Tail Cobs, any flour. Day axe Night, e-a-s. * .... *.., * e*... ,-...."e"+"'?" "*- , ...""o . es"e**+.* * *e" -" *" ' ?.-- e T?M Healthy & Unhealth "i Lighting Much stress is frequently laid by interested persons, on the enormous advantages of electric lighting over gas from the hygienic point of view. Hear what three eminent men have recently said on the subject: "tuech evidence has...

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Cricket. BRIGHTON v. CAULFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 February 1914

ric: et. maide ?;to 'isecure a .inri gutiaiglit -'iian onlookers'v lcee;rsc rdhcd& by an 'inter s?tin? daiy icki CNaiulfield; iad totalledlT i theiS, first in.liigs oi i in:;J onearun of tli ,ttal r? aitred .<ithi :? tld :lose; otf tree esti, s -' Warnse-Srithli as riin out "hen °only a-in- iinle: had beeh added' to' his score. SClarence N ~eville: and 'i?arry l:ing; s'et tiled dow'in tosteaidy' matteirsas :lees. f.lippoi' again bovwled 'well In iih at tempt to enliveli thinns Neiedlle n-was splendidly caughit o?rie-hairdetdl by; Cdr ni sh olob Grieve only had one hiit; ::which fell into the hasits of Luiiisden, and King ianacleari lboled blje Ihbi' son. ' Spencer: :zarne-Sinith: nd Prearee, by lspiiied '!ittirn nere plany ' ,in; ihe game. Brilitoii regrired? and wh;,en iithey had brou?ilt'the total', to .23 3l untfoet applied ';;the closure. 'Warne-SSiitl i d gosn cl.alace n,~ is .score ;of.2, .i aiid: his leg ;litine "wans a :feature of the Britlitoa in iigse :?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 February 1914

-5) George W. Mtcl PRACTICAL TAILOR, VICTORIA BUILDINGS, No First ake lift) 80 S nsto SIi, Mebourn ei PORTMAN STREET. OARLEIGH LADIES' COSTUI ýA SIECIALY FI: and Style Guaranteed. -. : Telph.. 6748 Central . WHOLESALE CLOTHING COtl Established 1880. Good Work, Economy, Telephone 4 ' Promptitude. Windsor :E SUIts to Order, Trouss;'. 45s. to 75s. Ss?s 6d.to255 TAILORS, Clothiers, Hatters, Merý ,ers . 155 C-HAPE-L STR ET, WI TD0i: A Caretulty-selected Stock of New, Fashionable Woollens Hats aldi IErcery by every mall Cut and Mlake, the Latest St.'sfaction guarantee. Patterns &c on aptscation I J R [ H;PA)IR, Manager. jPrahran's LeaTndg Dentist. Prahran 1 "1ELEPONE, 947 WIN?DSOR. ESTrABLISIHED 1898. Get Busy and Get that g Dickenson & Foster, AUCTIOtEER & ESTATE AGENTS, 99 CHAPEL STREET, WINDSOR. 'T'ELEPHONE WINDSOR 111, Iave handed the sum of £3 to a well-known Prahron gentleman, who will hanpd same over to tihe first pereon who asks him the following queslions ...

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Progress Leagues GARDENVALE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 February 1914

...i GAI-tDlVAL\M E.- 1. AL * The rCGardenyale Progresssssosciation net * on :Tuesdayi evening, and. a: 'ery nbderate atteandance spread-iitself :well. *'er.ethe local ,hall, possibly witth the nistaken idea that .they; wouild Idpper: more; nimerouis if :spread .out: and ,c Utpyjinag :all I parts, of the Ibi-lding. Mlntters iwere discussedl at lengtlihbefore ldisive actioi w'ias ahreedr upon, and n: regard: to m spne matters details were irnshe3l out but no- action talken. ::. 'iIILDiNG EiGIULATIONS;^^ ^ The Isositioil in renarl to buildinge r ulntions .:.,is La case in . point. Mr. llbite as cled if it wcre correct 'ctlint i.b. houses wiere :rseuiredi tolIduleced 0. feet back froni thle- building. ;line", and he :instancid a. case.. i-ihere h. a houight- thisi requirement iwas not 'be n, observed. . 'Mr. Sftewart said the by-law applied to thei Lemipriere estate. M3r. Putt said the dclrch they were hen occupyins was a case in pcdnt, and the Council. could not shift it. Ihe two prop...

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The Gardeners' Picnic. FINANCIAL RESULT. COMMITTEE'S OUTING THURSDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 February 1914

The Gardeners' Picnic. •FiIANCIAL ESUIZr.. COMM3ITT rEE'i OUTING THURSDAY The farket 'Gardeners' Picnic Com mittee maideo anii estiniated .profit. of £8 out of their 141,' outinkg to Queenscliff on Thursday ?eek and, ,considehring the expeunse andantteniddat risk' of engag ing two boats, the, were :well satis fied wiith the result. 'Tlie" outing is promoted for the pleasure of the gard ening community, primarily. and not for profits. Th:. comniAttee met :rat Parer's on Saturdayv niilbit Cir. W. G. Burgess, J.P. (president; in the chair). Before proceeding -to forinil business the com mittee carried a resolution expressing synipathyl with Cr. Zerbe, of Donces ter, and a conimnitteenman, on the oc casion recently': of the loss of his daughter. The beeretarl- ("Mr. 3I:. Clements) submitted ": a .;rough h draft . of .the outing,. fiintices. :Tlhe receipts were about: £30l 1/6 "Ozi.e'' tickets £82, "ITIgeian'.' tickets £187 17/6, donations £15,. interest. -£6; sliorts entries £8 1/G). : ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 28 February 1914

llmmmm mM m !mm mm m mm--( * CHELTENHA[ SADDLET CHELTENHAM. R. G. Maxwell SADDLE, HARNESS AND COLLAR MAKER. WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEJD. 8EPAIRS PROMPTLY EXECUTED. SPUILER AND CONTRACTOR, WINDERMERE CRESCENT, MIDDLE, BRIGHTON: ESTIMATES GIVEN. JOBBING and REPAIRS ' DONE Telephone: Brighton .631. TO HOUSE PROPERTY OWNERS: MY EXPERIENCE AT YOUR" SER VICE. W. T. LEWIS,: PRACTICAL PAPFRIHANGER AND. PAINTER. Estimates Given for General Repairs. Orders by Post Promptly Attended to. "NELLEDEN." MULGRAVE STREET (Off Orrong Road), F.LSTERNWICK. ECONOMIC CASH STORES, MELROSE: ST., SANDRINGHAM. GROCER and PRODUCE MERCHANT CROCKERY and IRONMONGERY, WOOD "and COAL. 'Phone Brighton S968. Black Rock Orders called for and delivered Mondays, 'Thursdays, . and Saturdays. R. PANKHURST: FURNITURE DEALER,.. Z3LENHUNTLY RD., GLENK~NTLY New and Secondhand Furniture Bought,. Sold or Exchanged.. Large Stock of New and Secondhand Furniture to Choose From. Orders by Post or 'Otherwise Promptly Attended to. OPENING...

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