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LONG-DISTANCE MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 March 1921

LOW-OISTAc c A maRRnIAGES.= -ot ldf o e, a X.' a . rto s wme maritd toi a t:gi m -i strn ta In spite ol the fact that a dixtance ;of r,r'? mltt separit.d the bride in We %etherlandm and the fridcftroom a tUse Trarnslaal they were cat as eff'ectally r.rried. undelr the lt'Jfs twa r '-:I both had been present in the same church. '.?i ;.ridegroom'?e?nt to his .'i'a1 or- teat man, in Arrn.teydam a prari: of rratorney -to reprc-'r t !:m as his pr-rxyl at the ceemon~y, and at the rareff.ne forwarded ;is glove. hith at the prober rLoment,. h?tc the two' were made one, was hdIJ by both the lride and the proxy. "' he wedding was duly rrglstcred at Arr? stordam and at Pretor?a, I. ere thi bridtKrorn fled an affdallt with tie propsr r.a strat,. 'rls curlous form of marrlage in a parely Dutch Institution. the cieatom having originated. it ia sal 1. in the old times of Dutch-Biatavlan rule, ",ft in sad to think that every man has hli price," obsfrrr.d the sa;e. "Ard it is smadder to thleui he ca...

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
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Letters to the Editor To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 March 1921

Letters to the Editor To the Editor. Sir,-In to-day's issue of your valu able paper. I notice a letter over the signature of aIr. J. Longford, and, as president of the Somerville Soldiers' Memorial Committee. I crave sufficient space to make reply. Mr. Twyford leads off by expressing surprise to learn from your paper that a public meeting had been called in connection with the above movement. Now, just in order that all those interested may know the facts, I wish to state that your correspondent was informed by one of the lady conveners of the meet ing that it was to be held, and per sonally asked to Ie present. As no apology was received before the meet ing. or during the progress of same, we must presume that ,Mr. Twyford did not desire to be present. A notice was posted at the local news agents, and the secretary of the lFruitgrowers' Association was asked to announce it at the meeting of that -body. As to the methods being adopted, this mat ter was discussed at the meeting, and ...

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
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POCKET REPUBLICS. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 March 1921

POCKET REPUBLICS. :i~r fa !leA~ z." ;~~t :s t: r: -~' !a , rte, lint - s-s ýc .x Lrrr Lv tm ; - c-r s t..ct it' iLU r+ý ý Y"tL'z tf o f±x yrr t st26y. r l 7 (2 s n a rm z 4tl j_--."r L7S7Iot 05t- - : z a cr/m r-:uý a t:._ ?,ate:--:a r = "= tar A ý+ftrs ckt. ,'~2~ en tirz7d "71 Pro 7f,~ fu:., ~ I . ,!zý.... ý d"r -r,1-r7- . a 1, rr Lw.Ot7 i, , ,cf: i lazrji~t7(r tt a 9t, r t. L- fl L ll At7'.' to- 1 sL Rtrli o fr-J:"»7c r, f'ý,a, -.;· hrtl! tI4y rr!! r&7 zcf.- y %aZ4 5 I _ co<O74 , 773"it - Gd T t&ft rti tr, gul i Gd W Ire i;Zf4Z v!!i -.t' I>J e'"' ti --t~~t It is~ a51 fe tr 27-t zdt-tCtoUIiZ I: ggMrt.

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The Frankston Police Court [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 March 1921

The Frankston Police Court At tile Prankstou police court odn Mlon day, 7th March. befiore "Mr. Knight, P.M., and Mr. C. W. Grant J 1P.,'the following cases were deali , ith Clairke v. McKenzie'--Adjournd..for four weeks.. Police v. :H. \W:oodward. neglectitg to send child to sclool.y ,ined '10/-, itn, default &8 days.,. i . " [ ..: • lnspecior of +Ihacte ":--V'yrc-.z ilcoir Russecll, Cllise'a, i ilitig, to?k:erp lins.fa. tory" clean Dlistni]?sed :'odtth' iiioiniMs ltha defendant.had alrgitdy lben-fitiet under- thle Health Act for ?ai.fferin arising out of the samine sdr qf "f etr at tihe CheltenhatnCourt. , - - Boroughr of Carrum y, L. J. Dodd,, J. MclIoy and 20_ othcr.dglfeiidirntso' ta i residing witbhin the Btrttli?hof' Cat runm. for allowing' stock to stray.: . Mt. Williamis; 'who ,iliaried to pro secute, explained; that lrohi t y-la'w since thelseverancet from Dimdenong lian?been -inopterative. It liad oiqw been ?ialle k f fectivei aind while heIdid not press for 'heav...

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Shire Engineer's Report [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 March 1921

Shire Engineer's Report At the last meeting of tlie Shire Counncil, the Engineer, Mr Samboll, made the following report : Country Roads Board Works- Frankatou-Dandenong Road-Con tractor Moran has made further pro gress with his ontract for this road. Bottom course of metal has been spread over a length of 6000 feet, and binding has beon spread overa length of one mile. Tyabb Road--During the month Contractor Hodgiuns has made further pregresa, with his contrant for this road. Bottom course of metal has been spread over a length of 1000 feet and top dourse metal sud bind-. ing over a distance of 5000 feet. Hodgins' Roa - Further progress has been made with the contract, nfor this road. The contractor- is ..now cmrushing top course metal, and I e?x pert the metalling to be completed during the present month. I hae also giveni instructionis for the com pletion of the oulverts. Frankston-Flinders (Road - Now that the strike is over -I will ndears vor to obtain sufficient tar for:'the se...

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
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Frankston Bowling Green [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 March 1921

Frankston: Bowling - Green " The Minister told the deputation that waited on him yesterday. to oppose the bowling green .being placed on the foreshore at: Frank ston, that he would hear the other side before giving his desision Crs Oates and \Vells and Idhr S. Lawvrcy were-on the deput"tioh, . Mfary's little lamb thas found, i place in history as a faithful. if somewhat stubblorn, little creature. \Vlscn thured ouIt of school by the teacher it is not recorded that it made any useenily dis play as would evidence the possession of qualities denotitng latent viciousness. It seemedl wholly absorbed in its devolted ness to its little mistress. So mnuch for history . . Thle sirveylt, who the other day at Fraitkston was busy with his theoddolite in'the vicinity of tihe bowling green site. had, of course, read all about Mary's lamb--"how on the grass it played about, etc.. etc." He was therefore rather pleased than othcrw\ise when Ile noticed that his movements were being observetd by a pos...

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The Honor Avenue Mr Mark Brody Draws Attention to Its Neglect [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 March 1921

The Honor Avenue Mr Mark Brody Draws Attention to Its Neglect Mr Mark Brody (who says he is "not a councillor"I writes:-1 am loathe to rush into print, but the clr cumstances warrant it. It is a crying shame and disgrace the "neglected look of that fine double row of trees planted in memory of those brave boys who assisted (ind succeeded) in keeping the detestible Hun from our shores (and God help us.if they-had succeeded). I am more than aston ished at the attitude of parents whose sons paid the supreme sacrifice. On lookiug over the Avenue, one will see several fBue ones with an aogle of 90 degrees, others twisted and sweeping the ground, whilst quite a numbs r are missing altogether. The whole affair wears a neglected look anud bears out the old adage-"out of sight, out of mind"-and now the glamour of war is over and no chauce of much lime light, it is nobody's business to keep up the memory of our protectors. In other towns not so pretentious as Frankston one notices that where ...

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Prattle About People Personal Notes About Peninsula People [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 March 1921

Prattle About People Personal Notes About Peninsula People A former 'tatntihsmat?e at'rnmk toil, Mr J. IvlcDonald, has been' pay ing the viillage" a v~loit, renewing ol ifriendships aiid'n ak g new ones. Mr W.. D. ..Leckie,: the far.lknown Scot, recently visited Frankston and conferred qith- a brithoer.Scotg', Ar ilner , ,Macmaater, .regarding thq prospectite Mlorntogto .Peninsula Caledonian -Society...., ; ,? The late: MralEliza Robins; lute of 'ranbo?rinlb*-i s 'lift £3,697, part of mwidih fi likely to benefit the Mel bourne and Wqnien's Hospitals ,The resldenti of Csarrunmareahold nog baz.aars, euchbret parties, &o, to assist the blind soldier, Sergt Dudley Newgent, who roesides at Carrum. A queehi carnival is obccisioning gre?t excitement. - Mr aiid Mra W. J. Adamsi who ar rived yithe Nnkikuinda from England immediately npin arriv alI enjoy.ed a motor trip to Franketon andFlindere. Mr and Mrs .A. H..Sargood,.iwith Alss oron Surgopl ,of. Mernington Road, F'rtinuston,_ sui...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 March 1921

Order NOW!::..: Hot X Buns, Easter Iced and Decorat6e . Cakes, Etc. . -5 . . A. T. Walters Baker Frankston Cm"oiuirrcattban 0ikBst WIIADI OPVICI syl?? NIM * OPEN FORI ALL CLASSES OF General Banking Business In th Prlncipal Cities and Towns of Australi and Rb.aul (New nrltain); L ondon Savings Bank Department . at all B 0Dncho, and S-vlnOn BDnk AEon cloBatn802 Post Omces throu h out A. a, d t Pap. s. N. . . In., S.. ... ...o. d I. r..i.. . .d tho PA OC I 38% Intoret on Dposite up to A1,000. . 3% Inteort on Amounts o.vr l1,o00 up to Et,au0. .JAMIv. KELL, * ' Sir DENISON MILLER, K.O.I.Ch, (3-.-ut Governor illy Ik. 1920- overnor irBoots and Shoes BELL BROS Sllecessor to A Sullivan) Tho Plnce to pur~chiso high-class Foot ware of any style required at, the low est price. We do uot otor choiji toot weare, Llt goud footwareclheap; S i und shoes for tlie beach at prices tosuit lil. - Bring your repairs-wo are rapid, ne1nt and effebtive.'.. Boots. made to Order Terons Strictly' Cah - p' ,ipoo...

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"As You Like It" Newsy Notes from All Parts of the Peninsula [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 March 1921

"As ~fYou Like It"nsul I Newsy .Notes frbnim.All Parts of the Peninsula The .secretary,.,of the Somerville Fruitgrowesre', Aesooiattonr Mr S-'S, Gault, .desire to .acknowledgethe:re ceipt of -£2 2s from M-assrs-Brody & Mason 'and .£1Is from.- Mr f. W. Roper. : . , The-Cohntir Rtiade Board" hi's Ir cepted the lender ?ft'MF'G; T. All. uutt (Cheitenham) for fhe cartage of 2.00 feet of .metal 4t Neat's Corner, Flindeir, t'the price being 3s 5l per milenoud 2 eracthlaubenquent mile. At the price of £'.231 5, the con tract. foa' breaking and atacking 000 cubic yatdil ,of metal an the, ilaio Cboat Road, Phillip 'island, ;as been granted by the Counts y Roads Board to Ahr J T :Idox, of Leongatha. . illiam Burps, of Brunswick, was recently. fined; £2,at. the Cheltbnhani Polices~Court for playing criaket on the foreshore at. Aependale. ,This wasi an offence against the Cerrum Bor ough Council's bathing regulations.' ."At,the last : Melbdlrne 'itfti?et,'120 sheep, account Mr J.- D. Bla...

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A Story of the Iron Duke [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 March 1921

Story of the Iron Duke ld; '1veti iustar ,Cl h La " hits story abouti the` Istki tof e Welli tonl, stdjut discov eredl 'didilo tlic papers of the late:lFicid-illarshrl S .. Gonin.. TIhe Duket, whci I ast i the aNethrterlansi :nd ., tr avelling tit?rillit ,atten daillis, iin - part of the coiuntry where C his multitudinous titles were not so we-nel ,I1 indstood, was oirei takeFi `n o'il t e. rbasl by . hin occasion to stols;'trn a? r ?lii officer wtould ?rei?ci la crtaii . ttii~w several hours bcfoi ie.rim, requested haait-the veteran awoulde , take the trouble of ordering diniiner for liiii. it .llhe principal inh'GThoi'ol? ofai err made his conuge and proceeded ul n'is imissioll 1 mn ie sired to orleri; dinntii ahcre 'wil?sa he io the Iandlord; "but rstay, " : s ad' betiter state 'what-for: '1he liu ifllig: fbiis pen and intk, hepresented the. hsr 6tonislted and dcliueittl host srihi the list' o iijci fsfotliconuingy iltistrulbis quests. :. Thi List of Guest:s. the It tl. wst at is...

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Somerville Notes [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 March 1921

Somerville Notes Almost everything locally (writes our Somerville correspondent) hes, during the' week, been overshadowed by the show, though the.weather bas mainaged to make itself very much felt.' The conditions on Tuesday last were.:'Just awful. ' It. was undoubt edly the worst day for dust experien ced hero for'some years. Those in and about the town found some difficulty in moving about or even breathing. The'rain that fell towards evening in such a wholesale fashion ass exceed in~gl welcome and cleared the at mosphere wonderfully. .. Hurvest Thanksgiving Services were held in the Methodist Church on Sun ilny,laet. Sermons appropriate, to the occasion were preachen in the after noon by thW Rev. C. Angwin and in the evesning by .lr E. Stranger, who took the place of Rev D. Morris, B.A, who was unavoidably absent. The choir rendered suitable anthems and the display of fruit was a very fine ',i?o, but the vegetablesection suffered badly through the unfavorable season. As in former...

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Moorooduc Sports Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 March 1921

Moorooduc Sports -Meeting1 The Victorian Farniers' Utnion (Moorooduc Branch) lidll a success ful gymkhana on the Moiruington Racecburse ot' Wednesdly. I rch 9. Tbhe day being favorable,- the Stten dance was naturally large. The Hot' Alfted'Dowsiward. M.L.A opened the Imeetliig. The secretary, Mr J;otes .-.McLean, worked euthueiaisfically to make the day a success.' and he was well supported by Messte H. B. Slan ey, W. .Andrews, W. C. Bolitbo, M. Luces, R. Grlerson, G. W. Jones, F. W. Jones, H. Dunn, H. Downward, and R. E. Wilkinson. Mr J. Connell acted as starter. .Mr Downwar. d jud ged the horse events, and Messrs Li cas and Bolitbo managed the i?.?le ones. -Messrs Audrews, Datilni Jones, Grierson and Wilkinson also acted as stewards. The ev? hts resulted : Handicap Trot- First Heat. Davtid JanSe,,' Coo-ee (Mics Darley) .1. J. Sherlock's Stiffy 2, ajor . ?,.c's Mick 3 : Second Heat, T. Male's Dal ck (owner) 1, Captain- Cole'S 3i M ,i .. J. Turner's Lady Haelini' 'r !, Dick 1, Coo-o...

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NOTIFICATION TO COMMONWEALTH ELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 March 1921

NOTIFICATION. TO COMMON WEAI.TH. ELECTORS. In vicw of the fortlc'minig c?isus, the readjustment of representation,l and rithe redistribution of electorates .which .will follow': thereonr" the' -.Commonwealth electoral '--ndministration draws" special attention' to the oblilation: imposed by law upon cldctors ,wholshave - changed their places of living so as to become qualified for re -enrolmetnt.. All electors concerned "wlo liaie notfalready 16dJedl fresh claims for ?enrolmerit with the pro per registrars must do so at once, other wise action will be taken by the division %I returning officers ,without delay to put n force:the compulsory .provisions.of the Act urider which faithire' ly an elector nnvolvcs a pe.alty of 10/- for a first of fence and £2 for any subsequeiit offenie. Forns of claim are obtainable at any lost .offie.

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Various Items of Interest [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 March 1921

Various Items of. Interest The recent fire at Frsiukston caused the Fore-try .Commission grave con corn, as it menace I the pine plantu tion. The plantation is now a valu able property, .1400 acres .in extent.. The cultivation of the al?ea cost ecve rad thonsands of pounds, but at mat urity, the trees will bu worth at least .200 per acre. A mystery'surromids the disappear ance of the fl eing bout. TIogu,' owned by Mr lciend, of Frililkstotb.. The boat wee anchored iu.the iKanauook; but, though the matter waes placed in the hands of the polic it is i nmiatter for conjecture as toý really, whb t t came of it-whether it w?o washied out to sea or wilfqlly-? jhlicr. `..; r? evilly-disposed person. Owing to -the. except loial'do~irl?uI on our space by advertisers,- the "Au thology of lictures'? has been crowded out. but.au titeresting.bdgdet of'pic ture.notea-willbe.putblisieJd unext is sue. However, to-morrow nigh:t; t!c Franketon Pictures will feiiture War ren.Kerrigau in "Three X Goudo...

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The Week's Epitome A Summary of Events of Local Interest Overcrowding of Cattle [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 March 1921

The Week's Epitome A Summary of Events of Local Interest Overcrowding of Cattle Overcrowding of a cattle truck was a palaurul eight to be seen at Franks ton on Wednesday last, and it is p:o bable that the Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals will institute a prosecution against those responsible. A truck, containing 15 valuable bull ocks, consigned f:om Mornington to Newmarket, reached Fraukston, 13 miles distint, in such a shocklog state that they had to be released at Frankoton. The unfortunate boasts presented a pitiful spectacle. Two were quite dead, and seven had their horns either torn right off or broken and left hanging. Some of the horns were stuck fast in the sides of the track - silent testimony to the hor rors.of overcrowding. It is stated that two of the bullocks were down in the truck at Mornington. On ar rival at Baxter, the stationwaoster there phoned to Fraukstonu advising them tlat the bullocks were in a bad way aid that he was unable to deal with them owin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 March 1921

. D.. S .. & LTyree, (,eueral Storekleepers,; V ie. a id Spirit 'Merchant-_ ,,, We rry Large stok Drapery,. Groce'ides, Hai d waire. Boots & Shoes, Brar Chtiitff P loai'd,& l ohe' i Cereals. S Locai gents fo . ., Cumining fS~t h ald o.' sMaNuures..; ' Law,.; Solaier,~& .Co. !s Seeds.: Manchelter.- Fire.ldusuranc Co. :,-Arthur Yatos'&Co. Ltd. Seeds.' `''' Tailor ;Made Suitsa eci'lit . "FRANKSTON":DAIRY "Frt ikston's: Pure .Milk Supply Announces that he hase purchased the "Frankston" Dairy from -Mesirs Peebles" and St ong ; also the .business of Mr Scobel Pure Milli,, dlret from the Owner's well .,:" ' ''known Dairy Parm C. itnmer~mit aerifldently rey, onthe purity and High.class cqalif "ol.the. [iilk s ppiy'. ,Cws milked under strict personal supervAiO? .., Milk treated by latest scientiflc appliancees, render ing contamiuation- lmpossible. Agent for Clutterbuck's Blackatone Oil Eagiesa, Cliff & Bunting' Chaflcuttnra and Grain Crusbers,...

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The Mechanics' Institute [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 March 1921

SMechanics. IstitUt Despite the fact that celtain criticism has been levelled at the management of .the Frankston Me chanlics' Institute, the.annual meet eIng 'of suhscribeis held lust week did not produce anything in the shape'of active protest against the past deeds of the outgoing com mittee. The attendance, as usual, was small. Cr W P Mason occupied the chair. The balance-sheet 'pre sented by the secretary (Mr Chas. Dalman) was received and-adopted. The items of redeipts were-Hall rents,;£149 17s 6d, members sub scriptions, £18 12s 6d, shire council donation, £5,. Government Grant £2 13s 4d, hire of seats, £1, Savings Bank interest, £1 4s, sale of paper, Be 6d; the credit baiance fromi the previous year was £47 6s lOd. On the expenditure side the principal outgoings were-Secretdry's salary, £40, gas and electric light, £24 8s 7d, books, £14 8s l0d, papers, £6 4s 4d, labor and repairs. £15 4s id. insur ance, £16 18s 4d, Iuaterials, £14 I fis pinting and advertising, £1 19s,' re f...

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Pearcedale v. Somerville [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 March 1921

rcedale v. Somerville The match between Pearcedale and Somerville, played at Pearcedale on Saturday, the 5th inst., resulted in -a win for Pearcedale by 8 runs. The visitors were captained by Mr. C. Eiclie. and Pearcedale were led by Mr. E. Hillman. The scores were: SOMERVILLE. C.Hr . First Innings. C. Haiding, b Vale-. ......... 0 ItR. Harding, c T. Pearce, b J. Sheplherd . .. .. 1 P. Thornell. c Hillman, b Vale .. 20 .W. FroOer, b J. LS2iLpad . 2 E. Eleke,' b 'J Shepherd . "13 G. Nicholls, e Bond, b Vale . .. 37 J. Gregory, b Vale . 0 A. Thornell, c Shepherd. 1bVale .:..17 A- Telford, l.b.w., b Hillman .. . , E. Jacobi, not out .. .-..- .... 7. S.'1hornell; l.b.w., b Vale.. . :... 1 Sundries .. .. ... 8 'Total:' ..1 . 07 + Second. Innings.' S. Thornell, b Vale .. .. 2 E, Jacobi, runout ..... ..6 GO .,Nicholls, e .E. Hillman, .b S.,., Pearce .0 :C Eicke,'b: Vale .P., Thornell. b Vale ......... -.10 J. Gregory,' hi:t Craig .. fl). .. ' "10 W. Foster, l.b.ws-b- Vale .. . 2 :A Thornel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 March 1921

WHEN You See the Clock hands   travelling towards the Fatal   Hour of Six, it's a timely hint that a     "Gilbeys''   would be a good finish to the Day's Toil — for it's an incontestable fact that a Gilbey's a Day keeps the Doctor away. GILBEYS CLEANSES INSTEAD OF CLOGS Gilbey's is something more than a Delectable Beverage, more than a harmless stimulant, more than a Genuine Thirst Quencher. Gilbey's is a recognised Cleansing Agent, which, acting on the kid- neys removes impurities from the system. So, no matter what your predilection may be for other "Hard Drinks", never let the day pass without one tot of that genuine "life saver".     GILBEY'S DRY GIN WHETHER, it be Beef, Mutton or Pork, Saus- ages, Mince, Steak or Chops you need, you are on the right track for better   qualities and accurate weights when you head for   this butchery. Prices, too, make for economy....

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