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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

George W.- McGill PRACTICAL TAILOR. VICTORIA BUILDINGS, No? 2 First Floor (take lift), 80 Swanston "St, Melbourne: 2ORTMAN STREET: OAKLEIGH, LADIES' COSTUMES A SPECIAL Y FI: and Style Guaranteed. Telephone 6748 Central. wHOLESALE CLOTHING. CO Established 1880. Good Work, Economy, Telephone- 479' Promptitude. Windsor Ea. Sults to Order, Trousers,. 45s. to 75s. 6d. to ass. TAILORS, Clothiers, Hatters, Mercers, 155 CHAPEL STREET, WINDS.OR A Carefully-selected Stock of New, Fashionable Woollens Hats ai,d Mcrcery by every mail Cut and Make, the Latest.. Satsfaction guarantee+,( Patterns. d&c on application. J B. BRADISH, Manager. ýiý'ýýo'9ro'19S7Sý0YM9ý'ý9Y9VOýO/Vi w11ý/41Vý/rdý ý IPrahran's Leading Dentist. E. TATTERSON, Dental -~urgeo J, 162 Greville St - -Prah ran TELEPHIIONE, 947 WINDSOR. EIT;ABLISHED 1898. Get Busy and Get that £3 Dickenson & Foster, AUCTIONEER & ESTATE AGENTS, 99 CHAPEL STREET, WINDSOR. TELEPHONE \INDSOR Ill, lHave banded the sum of £3 to a ...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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Swimming. BRIGHTON CLUB'S CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

Swimmmi?: BRIGITON CLUB'S £7 \I)'I1 tL The annual - nuncis rt ' o[ thelic' Brighton Swiimnuin':Club,'wis held on Saturday,' h::: ilhe':,`Iddle':'BHrihton baths, a ni:.was .witriessed by. a: fair number of ,residents- includinb? repre sentatives of : the Brighton Ladics' Club, who" although they? were strongly :opposed ?to" men attending tlheir cairii'al, saw nol objection to their, members patronising the men's races. Thie sea was; fairly 01hait and the club were favoured with high tide. The" variolls oieents were well entered for, aut a lanrge numilier'?o yioung and pronmising, swiminers,, includiing Ivan Stedman, tlhe chumpion of thoe local clubili ere muiable to compete owing to the review of senior: cadets being held the same afternoon. This; with other attractions, interfered withithe general attendance. TILE RESULTS SFiftt yards Junior lanudicap,' opeln, under Ifi years.--First heat, :J. King doni (City) 12" sees. '8, J. Mitchell I(Footscraiyr 12 sec.. 2, I. Causer (Williamsto...

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Lady Swimmers THE BRIGHTON CLUB. PRESENTATIONS TO OFFICIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

Ldy Swimmers S r`?IL BRI? , -ITON CLUB. P1ESENTTiONS rTO' OFFICIAL.S. A :.meeting of the coutn?lttee el the Brighton Ladits' Swimming Club sas held yesterday at: the Council Chait bei- .of. the.-'l; n .hall, iwhen matters in eonacction- with the recent carnival were finally settled.' After the con clusion. of tle business the M3ayoress (Mrs. T. MWilson) presented 3Mrs. G. Blehazby (Piesident' of the Club) with a large silver-niouinted oak tray suit ably .inscril?ed,.s a token of esteem from .:: the- colnuttee. The Mayores saidl; :that. Mrs. ,Blezb3l had rorked •ery hard for the hclb. 3lrs .?M'Kihiley (secretnir,) meatioued thiat Mrs. Bleazliby lh d lieea .ouirected avtlh;-tais.:lub i eaor" eiglt, years, and i? sax.,.years .waispres;dcut. 'li rs.Pleaz 1by '-alaud e. niost iinseltfisli, and she (irs.: 11IsCinley) clid not know how the club' weuld have got on but for her genierous help. , Mrs. Bleazby had ilade, at tellinag speech recently oil the sibject of admitting men to the car ni...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

ROYAL MXCHANGE ASSURANCE CORPORATION OF LONDON. Accumulated Funds Exceed £6,000,000. Fire Marine Accident Workers' Compensation. VICTORIAN BRANCII - 31 QUEEN ST., MEIBOURNE. J. C. Journeaux, Manager. DISTRICT AGENCIES. It;l -N-S. P. Simmouds, Estate Agent, 'Bay" Strect. SIDilI,i: BINGIlTON-Connor and Alford, Estate Agents, Church Street. ST. KlllI)A-Prince and Co., Estate Agents, 25G Iligh Street. SA0NDIINGIHAM--Round and Co., Estate Agents, Melrose Street. C.l F.I':LI)--farold Looker and Co., opposite Caultield Station. t.tlIl)E1\ALE-Thomson and Collinson, IEstatne Agents, Gardenvale. AI.ACLA'\'A-A. E. Forster, Estate Agent, 206 Carlisle Street. SKILLED. BART ETT \NDER GOVERNMENT . FAMILY BUCHER, SUI'IRVISION. GLEN HUNTLY ROAD, GLEN HUNTLY. Latest Refrigerator at work on the Premises. - Green Boie for'Poultry Cut Daily. Poultry and Rabbits Always on Hand. Carts Daily to Ormotnd, McKinnon Bentleigh, Brighton, Elsternwick, Ea": Malvern, Caulfield, Carneigie, Glen Huntly and urrumlbee...

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Our Band. £380 RAISED IN SIX MONTHS. OPEN AIR PERFORMANCES TO BE GIVEN. MIDDLE BRIGHTON PIER WEDNESDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

Our Band, £S0 RIAISED IA SIX 1OST . OPEN AIR PEIltFOIRMANCEj T0 RO GIVEN. MIDDLE BIGHTO PIRWEU. - J ErDAY IEXT. The Brighton Band garden fete and children's party was continued Saturday last at the Drill ground, when the surplus .goods were disposd of. The attendance was large, and the disposal of the articles resulted in the raising of an additional £? The lighting of the gardens played a most important part in regard to the fete.' Without lighting the fete could not have been held, and th, Brighton Gas Company mana1tem0nt spared neither pains nor expense to provide efficiently in this direction. with the result that, with their hus high-pressure lamps the gardens were as rlrdliant,v illuminated "s oy d1a The appeal by the band committ?s for financial assistance has been at. tended.with almost unprecedented sue. cess, for during the last six months in which the institution has been e. tablished, £530/15/3 were collected t. the fete, donations and subsocription;. The expenses to dat...

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Seaside Transit. THE BLACK ROCK ELECTRIC TRAM. EXTENSION TO BEAUMARIS. COUNCIL URGED TO SECURE. CROSS-COUNTRY ROUTE FAVORED [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

Seaside Transit. TlHE 1 BLAICK ROCK E.LI.(C'I' TRA31. IXITENSIO\ TO 13] U31AIhI. COLNCI U"JirEli. 10 SECi.i COsS c.rOUNTRY ROUTE FAVORi ?I) *.A l,,'eely .ti t:attended pulbliac.l, eeill iwas held at Benutnuiris -oit.Saturhi ? last to .further. cosiider the ui.o itet:for the proposed electric street in.ilswn frmo. Black Ifook to -Benunari.: ?Mr. G;:, TL Neijhtur rocitiilped thle chair, and speiches wetere made .by tIr. rSnow .ball, I, .L.A.,. at d Crs. WhIie "atnd Kell1. The ccts'nsus of ttpitiioli .nw thlnt the ioute shotild I:e aloti, lal combo road 'to, Ceore streeta.nnd tlhefice aross 'onltrv to coiniedit itih Braininris. '. After cotis'derable:dil ciussio:n Iaesohluitits were i cired aci follows :---. "' . . : -L Ihiat this iateetint of the rasidei al ,0f 'Lui0onaris, s:lhie b iuhte desiroun o' hearintg .tlie vicws of reskleats o: Illhick Rock on tt e ssbje?ct, aIpprov'es of the recontnetit tiit n .ouf thelRail navas Stailteing Coltiititdt:as to the rite ui f the 10ro os~ed elec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

K1. K. Foste iS'i Pharmaceutical Chemist. Emulsion of God Liver Oil With Hypophosphites of Lime & Soda Pure and Palatable. F'ULMi;,,att ~ri.UTON?' 0000IBS OULDS, D?B[LITY sad WASTINO . ':lt: 6d. DISPENSING A SPECIALTY . Foster's Famous Remedies LOTi LOTION KIDNEY MIXTURE POWDER F . or the Relief of Backache and A certain. remedy for Accumula- - other, commonly- experienced symp tions in the Throat and Nostrils, -tome. . -. and Post Nasal Secretions. 2/-. BLOOD MIXTURE . OoNIC HAIR DIcESSING For Blotche, Pimples, Boils, &. An elegant. and most effectual pr Blotches, paration for Strengthening and HEAD LOTION Promoting the Growth of the Hair, and rendering it beautifully An effectual and cleanly remedy Soft, Glossy, and Non-oily. /-., for destroying Parasites. 3 ]/-. ECZEMA OINTMENT A remedy for Skin Complaints. LIVER MIXTURE Although an unrivalled prepara- For Giddiness, bilious Hceadaches, tion for the use which its name Drowsiness, and various Symptoms indicates, th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

QUALITY" Bu-chK. - - rn - - - -A "h rL r iso fl BAY ST., BRIGHTONs,8 Li A l y B T Y 3UAtL c1 h r-- K. Mo o rison C/r Hampton St. T,?l 227 Brighton, . Ib'g~ q- - - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - --,- -. . ... . . .. . . . - Howard Weber, SPECIAL STOCK OF WiLtLPAPER.' SrLENDID VARIEn l ALWAYS ON HAND. Painter, _. Paperhanger, 'oeneral : Renovator, *House Decorator, and Repairer. - .REASONABLE PRICES. ,WORK'DONE .:. IN ALL SUBURBs. MILL STREET, BRIGHTON. Gardeners I WATERTIGInTS- and BIUCHERS. The Best in Quality means the Best Wear and the most Comlort. The Best is Always the Cheapest. 0oors LJ.T.MATTHE W S. -oos5 RE?P sa BOOT PALACE. ToOscan CHARMAN ROAD, SCHELTENHAM Telephone 10, Cheltenham. KEEPS TI?E BEST-GIVE HIM A TRY. : To the General Public of Cheltenham and District ?.- o?things worth . .. ememberng J . T.3 ;M 'TTHJ WS~ ;-. " 1,-les an up ae Stockkat your do . 2. Skilfultnand:fradcsiianlike tepairing a Specialty with him. . I1ewbury 4 rbarp n Carpenters, Builders & Gene...

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Moorabbin Council [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

Moorabbin council Thie ordinary nimeeting of the Moor abbiin Shiro Council held oai Monday was attended by the President (Cr. B: J. Ferdinando), Crs. .Scudds, White, lielly; ,Sniith , Mills; Brownfield, Shields, Egglestoi, Small' andBurgess., LAND StUBDIVISIONS. The Board of Works' urged that be fore .'approving of plans of- subdivis ions the Councils should; submit same to the Board to see whether' the al lotmenrta could. be seweredi. On the' motion of Cr. Small it' was decided to agree to the reqrest is far as the Board's -area was concerned.: SIIIRE'S FINANCES. The r Tiresurer reported: that the Council's overdrhafft was £9,092 8/-,: as against £9,607 I7/- on February lst. TIlE•. 0IRAhIBTN 'IECIIA CS' The Engineer submitted plans of the site of the Moneahlbiii Mechanics' In stitite in order. that . the Cotncil might decide as to slwht area they had already grantedl the committee. The lirst plan provided'e for ia frontage of 75 feet to Xepena road, from the corner of Solth road, b...

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PURVES' GENUINE SEEDS. SELECTED FOR MARKET GARDENERS. CABBAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

PURVES' GENUINE SEEDS. SELECTED FORl MIKET CGARDENERS. CABBAGE. East H1am Victoria MAarket (proved stockl).-My selected strain of this winter call.ago is unsurpassed by any other in cultivation, producing large solid dark green heads, which retain their color well after coming to ma turity, SONIONS.' Extra Early Flat White (Langshaw's strain).-The earliest onion ip culti vation for lunching and- casing. New seed now ready. Extra Early Golden Globl.-Selected and grown from; the earliest and best keeping uality -of _bulba in produc tion, and cahnot fail to give satisfac tion' to those smarket fardeners ,who require a first'dlass type of Onion' for casing. or b??ging. New seed now ready. Please Note that I am Sole Agtnt for A. E. Rickett's well-known strain of: Early Globe Onion, grown at Warragul. CARROT. Selected Scarlet IntermediateoFine clean roots;l, .1doth long pointed and" round pointed (mnv original strains). 'PARSNIP. Improved iTollow Crown.--Fint'long smb?oth roots.. New seas...

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THE VEGETABLE FLY OF THE WEST INDIES. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

THE VEGETIABLE FLY OF THE WES?sT INDIES.. One of the most curious natural pro ductions of the W\est Indies is the famed vegetable fly,an insect-about the size and colour of a drone bee, but witheut wings. In the month of May it buries itselfin the earth and` begins to regetate. By the beginning of June a sprout has issued from the cdeatirre's back aid made its appearance aboyc the, surface of the ground. By the end of Jeuy,the tiny tree (known. on the island as .' fly-tree) has attained its full size, being: en about three inches high, but a pere" tree in every particu lar, much resen dling a delicate coral branch. Pods aj-. I its branches as soon asit arri full growth These ripen an n August lnstead or contain -. ie-eould nalurall! b ive'from three w

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Auctions [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

Auctions This afternoon at 3 o'clock, on the iround, Messrs Coghill and Ilaunhton (in conjunction with C II. lRound & Co.) will offer 57. allotments at Preston Park. Balcombe road, Black lock. Liberal terms are offered. Thursday-, 26ith., furniture, Koor Ian. road, Caullield, 31r. A. E. Lillie. also SatUrday, 2sth., villas. Car legie. Messrs. John Bull and Co., the well known estate agents of Elsternwick, have opened a branch office at No. 8 Gleneira avenue, Ripponlea, opposite the station, where they hope to still urther increase the large volume of business already done by them in El sternwick during the past 12 months. Their speciality is the building of oouses to order on a deposit of from C30 upwanrd. Telephone 3669' Windsor

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

J. Toomath, Late of New Zealand. BUILDER and BUILDING SURVEYOR,:": at 110~CHAPELs.TREET, WINDSOR. If about to Purchase or Repair House Property, fora small fee I may sav'e you pounds. Consult an Expert befores Bying or Repairig.. IMports furnished on Construction and Condition of any Class of Building. Estimates for Repairs. 32 Years at the raio.? TNLEPHONE WINDSOR 1U1% G. E. MENERE, ROTOR ENGITNERB; REPAIRING AND H?RING DIVPOT, STEAM CAB SPECIALIST. CORNER CTIAPRL STREET & BRIGHTON ROAD. ST. KILDAI, ,,t,,r Car, Oerhanled. etrol andd :Oil Stored., MKodern Touring Cars and Tad Cabs, any:Hlour, Day, ad Night. ..........." -..". .o -o-o-o- ...... ..,, e? .o M«o? «.ehol N.0,, .o ..o..o-e--e ',t Hi ealthy & Unhealthy i Lighting Much stress is frequently laid by interosted.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: ".?uch evidence has lately been adduced to...

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Yachting [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

: Yachting -" -.-' he Port ' Phillip Club will hold a rac. this afternoon over the usual club course, starting at 3.30 o'clock, for trophies-lst, presented by Kodak Ltd., value £4/4/-: 2nd, Mr. Toohey's trophy, value £1/1/-; and 3rd, Mr. E. Phillips's trophy, value 10/6. En tres. and ! handicaps are as under: Dauntless, scr.; Maysie and Ariel, Im; Eileen and Whitewings, 3m.; Little Paddy, 31m.; The Wave, 8m.;- Aeolia and Zephyr, 22m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

What 6d. Buys at % , 9,, 'llen's NOW--------- Are the great Gates of Oppor tonity thrown wide open to you-your money is doubled in . alae-Gd. does the work of 1/ in ever instance-the work of - - 1/6 and2/ in other instances. 1 Men, Women! 0. -. Here are - ...Bargains ! See Allen's Gd. Window, bril liantly'& heavily stocked with At ALLEN'S Fancy Goods, Toys. Music, Books, Biblee, Fancy Work Has purchasing Materials--all done no i in haotai worth 1(, but marked at Gd. power of 1/- ,B See this Sixpenny Window at Allsnr'a - See Money-Saving ;Opportunities:' -F A ll Opp. Post Office, SElsternwick . r. Alen, . W. H. Nicholson begs to intimate to the the Public of Glen Huntly, Carnegie, Ormond and Surrounding Districs that he br Opened a Store at Glen luntly (Late Blundy), and has a Full Stock of Groceries, Crockery and Ironmongory. The Pavor of your Patronage is respectively Solicited GOODS .DELIVERED DAILY, TORES--Brighton, Elsternwlck, Balaclava aid 'Olen Hiuntly. W. H. NIeHOLSO...

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A SHOCKING STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

.- SHOCKING STATE1MENT.. lMiss De Pink (tring to get the conversation into a p!easant groo.e)-" I was so shocked while leading Max O~ ell's book to day, Mr. ;Bashful.-' "Oh: indeed l" said Ir. Bashful. Howe was that?" . ell, he eays that in: America the girls do the proposing !"' Wel, don't they ." :".Of course not. Isl t it -ontemptible of him to print such a slander ? 'If it's not irue-- M" ercy I Why any selfirespecting girl wotild die before shoda let a man know she loved him.". r I am very sorry for that, beeause I neier could pluck upshy courahige to ropose Couldn't you"'" :: Well; under.those circumtaneces-' -: ' You know,' interrupted Mr. Bashful, " I. feel very blue to think a girl would rather die thannthan to let me know she wanted to? marry me. ".;'Oh, George! .Yes I-I think I'll go home. Good,: bye." :?"Ohl oh! oh!: Don'tgoyet. I--Ilove you, George. Goodness ! I nearly lost you. Sit down on this sofa, my own darling, and let us prepare for the wedding." "But I didn't ex...

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The Southern Cross Yet all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, thy God's, and truth's. SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1914. District News BRIGHTON [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

At. all the ends- thou iaim'st at be thy country a, thy? God's, and. ruth's. SA'U.rt D .'i?C I VA.RUIIC 21, 10914. DIstrit News The annual congreti1Jonal meetnir of St. Cuthbert's Presbyterian Church was held on l'hursday evening in the School-hall. Wilson street. A large number of the members of the con greghtion were present, and evinced considerable interest in the proceed ings. The Rev. J. Sinclair presided, and, pointed out that the numerical strea.,th of the church had increased to such. an extent that there were over 300 names on the communion roll, lie urged that the work, during the conling year should bc of a pro gressive nature, and made particular mention of the church's liabilities, ex pressine the opinion that the time was ripe for the reduction or extinc tion of the hburden. The treasurer (Mr. P. I. Flett) presented the an nual statement of accounts, which showed that the total income from. all sources (including balance from 1912 of £1/18/10) had been £73S/10/1, whil...

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MEN FOR FOOTBALLISTS AND BAND CONTEST MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

MEN FOR FOOTBALLISTS AND BAND CONTEST IEN., Poor man, how were you injured I ail. way accident 2" " No'm.'' Explosion ?" " No'm." "Something fall on yout" " Yes'm." "What was it ?" "The wrath of the baseball team. I was the umpire, 'm." Complainant-," He applied an appropriate epithet to me." Judge-" What was it ?" "He called me a lying scoundrel !" " Well, you mean opprobrious, but I won't eontradict you. It may have been appro. priate." Atn interesting man has named his two daughters Time and Tide, so they will wait for no man." It is the late cat that catches the-early bootjack. Policeman-" Gect back bhere. What's the rouble ?" Smuall Altleteo-" Please, sir, the trick skater's got his aoot in his coat porket, tnd caLn't el it ant." .,..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

- lpctC -?w Mill and Timber .Yrd. Rvorvthine at MNtlbinrne Prices. Macphnrso, and Lawrie: midle Bright. Tee e 4 e. R. O. TEMME Late TEMME and HANLEY " 245 Bay Street Brighton. Ladies- We have just r ceived a full range of Autumn and Winter Goods, and are markiing them ri:lt at the start. The assortment is the :est ever shlown in Brichton. All New and Up-to-Date Goods. Our Dress Depertinent is full of new Goods. We will measure you for a Dress at the same price as stock ones. Choose your own material and style and leave the rest to us. We have soill lovely Coats asnd Skirt?, one pice Dresses, Balzer Coat, Ulsters, Ilaincoats, &., Ihotlh in Ladies' nd Chliildren's. Some lovely Furs and Fur Neele-ts at i/- to 2"/6r, fur sets at 10/6,. 16/6, 25)/-, in Whlitit, Grey, Black, Ulauk and white. Full r,anLe of Flannelette Undercloth itg? made of tlhe Famous Osnmau llan neleittc, aill our onI imn .li. Ladies' & Children's Hosiery, colored turnover tops, at I/- and 1/6. . Our ow...

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MIGHTY WINDS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

-MIGHTY WIND. A surprising feature ao Ifwirn valanc? ais is the blast of wild--the "LawinMl Dunst"-which precedes the srow maul like a messenger of death. In order to understand the force of this blast we must bear in mind that hundreds of thousands of tons of snow are suddenly set in motion in contracted chasms. The air displaced before these solid masses acts upon objects in their way like breath blown into a pea-shoo* ter. A woman was going to church, follow' ing a valley path. which some of her neighbours had taken a quarter of an hour before. An avalanche-it must have been abvery small one--came down the niountain. iThe blast which rushed be fod'' it was sostronig that :it swept her from tlhe road; lifted her into.the air, and lainded h.liat the top ofa lofty pine, to ;hici she clu'nk swith, all the energy of despleration.:' : : T.,Ttisnoi rishled under her and left the pine standing: ller neighbours on their iay back fro»st churcll, found 'het at the. top of the tree, and resc...

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