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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 3 February 1917

Thl Spectator says that I)r. Mannix's declaration that. the war is a mere sordid t;ade wa? is worthy:i.of him; It is as oordid as he would -have us believe tile Empire to be. It.is quite Certain that nio intelligenit:, honbrable section_ of the unition would have gone fortli:hto lay down their lives orom such a motive. But it is quite common to hear from this firebrand priest utterances calculated to ilsunlt the honor of the nation. The: ?oor fellow is incapable of seeing clearly on any point in which Britain's good name is con corned. MV r `HE man who appreciates quality L will appreciate Wardrop Tailoring, for quality is its dominant hot--the factor which is always placed first. Not thant Wardrop Suits are expensive. On the contrary, you'll find the prices distinctly moderate. The splendid range of new season's Suitings now showing at both head quarters and Elizabeth Street, is un surpassed for quality aind beauty of texture and desigin. - If you can, call. If liot, write for patt...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AUSTRALIANS IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 3 February 1917

AUSTRALIANS IN LONDON. The wvarm apprcciation of Aus tralian soldiers for the hospitality of thc Youiig Mten's Christian Associa tion :inf London is exprcssed in fre quent lctters to thc National Com inittee of the Association in, Aus tralia. SPrivate 1rank Waring, who has beenivwith the Austrialfan forccs in 1 rance; ihas irwittent '{ Since writ in" last I have reccivcd my- London eaxc; ahnd anl tlihcr it the present timc. London is a most marvcllous place aind I thinilk ii cyc-opcncr of the fiirst 01dcir to d all Atistrlians. Sydney now appeai s to inc. a mere village. One ca iniiot realise the im mntisity .of thins v oicdcrful ciy: I should think yon would waiit to be herei years to s$e all Loiidoii -pro peily. I ain stavnig at one of the Y.XMC.A places They have lquite a litmber in oiiLo iidonad they arc ex tremnicl gopd to nic I do0 not kinow whiat the Colonial soldiet rxtould (1o without the iY.[C .A.; it is a won derfiul iiistitutioii and does an eiior mouis lot of good. You ...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RED CROSS WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 3 February 1917

RED CROSS WTORK. Those who hlave been so ready and generous in their efforts for the noble Red Cross in the past, and who-have had occasion during the past. month or*two tol'direct their efforts into private chhiu nols, are specially urged at the present time :to resume their support of this grand work. There will be an unprece dented deniand for comforts when the greatet :push in the spring come.- As far as our boys are concerned we must see to it that those who are wounded and disabled in ihe fight shall not have the sutlcring addcd to by our remissuess.

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ANZAC ALPHABET. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 3 February 1917

ANJ'C ALPHABE T. A stands for A\nzai, where landing f.'lirst was made, B 3y;: boays fin om Southerl Heiiimis phi:.:p ere ;::a iose In ics th:.ey de arl jpaid D1 st nids Lot Bacon, anothet iiame ~for pin SThiie sappers all enjoy it -bef ore they pick and dia C C onstantinoplie, l: a place.-i not far away; Out General Ihas told us wc'll be there Xmas Day :D is for: Desti oyer that docs: so; S. much of harm . - .And" i es a little popgun, anI causes Turkss : lari E e givi e to I ieden d M that sank a few~ small boats;, Thaniks ? for IId'S .: .i Sydnyc :.:thiat tub no longer floats -I for thie :land :of Freedom, Aus ., trahans knowi: ith well : -And when thethey ete wattle they'll have a lot to tell G for .quitie ,~ um iiumber of ilaces that aae see Our gaze is mostly ? centred uipon Galiipoli. II for Fieliopolis a city of sun \Vhc; ee infantiy in trininig can -?..::.:~~~~~.:~~ :..i:ai, .sdefjiy:,i.;'. ;; .,..:. ¢f~i~.. ihave some jolly fun. Iw :e gi;ve to Tndi'a, ;whose. troops i . hav...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 3 February 1917

Dr. CEDRIC ROCHE, " WURROOK," IVAN OE. Hours : 9. to 10a.m., 1 to 2.30 p.m., 6 to7.30 p.m. Satvrdays and Cun'ays, 9 to 10 a.m. .Vaccination-Tuesdays, 2 to 3 p.m. Visits FAIRFIELD daily 11 a.m. (Sundays excepted). Messages may be. left at Mr. McGregor's, next to Mr. Marsh's, Station-street. D R. I O L A Ul OF HEIDELBERG, VISITS Eltham-Tuesdays, 12 noon. Greensborough-Tuesdays, 2.80 p.m. Diamond Creek-Frldays, 3 p.m. DR. WM. LOWE W1SHES to intimate to the residents of Heidelberg and district that he has taken over Dr. King's practice, and is now pre pared for morning and evening consult:a tions at his residence (formerly occupied by Dr. King). S Private Hospital (Registered). " KIA ORA," : HEIDELBERG-ROAD, IVANHOE-Close Statioa. Patients accommodated before and after acoouchement. Every comfort and skilled attention. Fees- Moderate. Visiting eases attended. NURSE JACKSON (Certifilcated). "WYNSTAY" Private Hospital and Rest Home, AVERLEY AVENUE. IVANHOE, MISS SMITH, R.T.V.N.A. henderso...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 3 February 1917

Tye & Co. Prop. Ltd., 237-239 Smith Street FITZROY. COPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS, Manufacturers and Importers of Bedroom, Suites Sewing .Machines Dining Room Suites, Crockery Sideboards Glassware Bedsteads Lace Curtains Wire Mattresses Hall Curtains F Bedding Table Covers Carpets Blankets Rugs Quilts Linoleum, Prophophones Lnd every description of Furniture and Furnishing Drapery. Y[ & Co., 237-239 Smith St., fitzroy. H. TARR ANT 1 Parcels Express & General Carrier, Parcels Collected to and from all Suburbs Daily by e: HEAD OFFICE, most reliabe men. L Passengers' Luggage by Intercolonial or Mail Boats 341 COLLINS STREET receive special attention, (Next Commercial Bank) A TRIAL SOLIOITED. Telephone 1561 IY success depends on your recommendation. Telephone 1561 ESTIMATES FREELY GIVEN. Ring up Heidelberg 64 before 10 a,m. (Saturday excepted), and you can haee your goods delivered same day to any suburb. W. G. APPS AND SON HEAD OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE :- MOORE-ST., FITZ...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TOPICS OF THE WEEK. ROAD TO MONTMORENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 3 February 1917

TOPIC~S OF THE -WEEK. R-iOAiD TO M0~~NTMTORE. TCY. As sooh as at public building is ere.cdtc a•uywliere the settlers .at bnce lay stress on thle means of getting to it. t: the social: in onnection with -'the opening-ofo the ;ifontmorency church hall at GreenS-'. :borough on M([onday evening, i-r.Price, who p resided,"aeered tr o tlie bad ;stiate of'the :iO?oad--which Was uhsate fot"?ri di siilS_ ,at, night, tiu e'. . il-[e :th6ught al the set.tle.s aiippioanhed:( the'. L·Eltham Sliuhmd C~oucdil. theywould get some assistance, is peioplle: who',had shoain isnch solf:re i;c :autce iii buIadiii,: theiri o?vn kh.ia' were worhy"oi3 ta?bet? itet?o·,ddi;e?':t Fire yeanrs imgo lftihee wins onefaiu.iiulyliviu g ori theMoa?(t niorency estate andili linon there aeb te cnn 80and0-0id?Oji.pres'entag nearly,:300 eople? he:;c??t?o atm;, Ilhas' ·jlt~c~i,' bee iinoised for .-tlc '?:settlcrt bt~t:he : oirl c W~i'k is-deliayed? o:i:aciount ot thpc"o? ps iMoaitii?"SiI:?, : muruy s-ii h .lhm su n

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Putting the House in Order [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 3 February 1917

the cw s. PUBDLISIED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3. Putting the House in Order Some politicians are now hard at work in endeavoring to unite the various factions that rule-or mis rule-tliis island continent:. "To win the war" is their aim,. and no one but a disloyalist or a renegade would think of Idbing anything: else than facilitate miatters to bring the war to an end. The politicians Wholi6 pro fess to,be viersed in.the art of go verning haVe got into such a tangle over paity, prestige aid power, that the average man is beainning to won. der if itvwould :inot be a good thing for the Cmiimonwtealth to hand over the reins of government to some old Englishl Tory,- who would exercise the powers:: of; coipulsion peculiar to the Trhdes Hall; buit bilandedl by commion se.ise. If there wvere some sort of stable.goveriiment therepre senatiuites wvbtuld pi?bably arrive at a decision 'about sending a mail to Lonidoxi to.ittend the grteat confer ence. Wei:are'i told by men of t...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WEDDING BELLS. KIERNAN—HARRISON. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 3 February 1917

WEDDING BELLS. P -4~----. T(IERNANT-HARRISON. A quict but very. pretty wedding was celebrated at St. John's Catholic Church, Heidelberg, by the Rcev. Father Mc Jienna, on W ednesday, January 29, the contracting parties being Air. Esmond Kiernanu, of Kiernan and Co., Bridge road, Richmohd, and Smith-street, Col lingwood, and Miss Eileen Harrison, the eldest daughter of Constable and Mrs Harrison, of Ivanhoe. The bride, who was given away. by her father, was smartly dressed ina a cream cloth cos tume, hat to match, and carried a white prayer book. She. was attended by her. sister, Miss Madge Harrison, who was diessed in a pretty asam costume, with -hat and gloves to. match. Mr Farrell Kiernan, brother of the. bridegroom,ý"ated as best man. Thoe happy couple. leýt by expeosq or Sydincy, ihera they. will sp.end a" eke after which they intend taking the steamer Ventura for America, where the honeymoon is to bG' spent, Many valuable presents and cheques were' received, The members 6of St....

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Theodore Roosevelt on America's Duty. [?]E HAGUE CONVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 3 February 1917

heodorle Reoosevl on America's Duty. SHAGUE CONVENT'IN; America looms large in peace ers, and Theodore Roosevelt esident, makes clharges 'against ident Wilson for not. goinegto id of BelgiMum it is inte:esting d extracts from an article writ y Mr Roosevelt in lhei iMe \io an" in October, 1915. He says, ring the past year lie:attivitites ur professional pacifhts:: hliave -exercised allnost exclusiv~l?iyon If of hideous interriational mi They have struck hands with evil enemies of Anierica, the enated-Americcans, and with tlhe diest representatives of those ricans whose only god is money. Shave sought to miake tlils cotii ake her stand against right that downtrodden, and ih: favor of g that seemed likely, to be:suec ul. Every man or woman who' lamored for peaice withbiut dar to say that peace wbould be":i e unless Bel-iunm w?as 'estored r own people andl the reipetitioi uch wrongdoing .as tlhat. fromn : she has suffet'd pirovided nst, has served the Devil and the Lord. Every man or wo...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STATE SCHOOL EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 3 February 1917

STATE SCHOOL EDUCAT]ION. Sir,--In your last issue "Parent" com plains of some of the shortcomings which pertain to local State school education, but the writer does not refer to a matter regarding which it is high time an in. dignant protest was given expression to. I refer to the contrast which exists as between the FairJfeld and Ivanhoe schools. In this connection some very pertinent questions shape thtemselves. In the first place, why is there a large, moddrnly-eonstructed school with an eflicient and complete staff, and an at tendance which would exceed the avail able accommodation,. in one part of the shire, while in another there is only a small building, poorly, staffed, and with a great many parents anxious to send their-children in the train to the larger school ? A.s compulsory education im plies that the State shall provide it where each community settles, there must be some ' defiziency acknomledged by the Education Department when the school in one' place is allowed to ...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MOTOR CYCLE NOISES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 3 February 1917

MOTOR CYCLE ITOISES. Sir,---A lot of fuss is being maide by some people about the noises made by motor cyCleswhen passing places of.wor ship. Now, Sir, I have the greatest res pIect.for those people who.attend. csurch services, but·I think it is .overstepping the mark wihen some of us cyeliits are brought before:- the court on stch a charge, while the train is allowed to shriek its deafening shrill, and not a word is said. The argument that a man should be in church on a Sunday instead of motoring through the country is not a good one, and to cause them to be brought before the court is not calcu lated to impress them with a desire to attend church. There is another grie vance that I should like to refer to, and that is the so-called fast speed of motor cyclists, to the danger of drivers of ve hicles. Some of these drivers of horse vehicles were born a long time ago, and being accustomed to a jog of about five miles an hour, they cannot get accus tonhled to the new mode of travel. I...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CONCERT AND MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 3 February 1917

CONCERT AND MEETING. On Monday evening the building was crowded to the doors by persons of vari. ous denominations to participate in the social part of the opening of the church hall. Cr. Price presided, and referred to the industry that the settlers at Mont. morency had shown, and the building of the hall was a sign of progress, and he hoped it would - be well supported. The management committee wished to tale the opportunity of thanking iMiss Hendry for her handsome present of a Bible to the church, and Mr Miller for the in. scription on same; Fitzroy Presbylcrian Church, for their valuable donation of church forms ; Messrs Gay and Pecker. ing (per Mr McLellan), for ventilators and other material; Mr Boyle, paint, varnish, &e.; Mr Young, blocks for the building; Mr Routledge, ridging. The donations were valued at £l:13/5. The Rev. R. Thom (assistant to the Rev. Alex. Hardie) said that on Sucnday he had congratulated the people on the opening of the church hall, and he had ...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GREENSBOROUGH. MONTMORENCY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 3 February 1917

GREENSBOROUGH. MI?ONTMIORENCY PRESBYTE. RIAN- CURCH. On Sunday last the opening services in connection with the new church hall at Montmorency were held, there being large congregations at bqth services. ,t 3 o'clo,-k the service was taken by the Rev. Donald Cameron, M.A., Director oe the Home Mission Presbyterian Churchl of Victoria. In the evening tile ler Prof. D). S. Adam, M.A., D.D). (Ormoand College, University of Melbourne) con. ducted the service. Solos and duets. were sung by Madame Richardson and iMr Norman Hardman (formerly contral. to and bass singers at the Australian Church, Melbourne), and Miss Smith On the.previous Sunday afternoon special service was conducted by the Rev. Alex. Hardie, Moderator of the Charge. The offerings amounted to about £10. Rev. Them referred to the generosity of the people for gifts of various kinds and the splendid work done by local men and their friends.

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 3 February 1917

PITH AND POINT. Hattain and Hattam, Northcote, ad * vertise that their great. sale of summer drapery is now ori, when their big stocks oE every description of goods will be clearea regardless of cost. A.public meeting will be held in Fair field on Tuesday, February 13, for the purpose of forming a branch of the Sol diers' Welfare League. 'I The monthly meeting of the Fairfield Progress Association will be held on Tnesday next, when some debatable sub jects will be under notice. Captain Chaplain Buckley, who leaves this ionthfor the front, will preach a farewell sermon at St. James Church, Ivanhoe, on Sunday evening, 11th inst. On Wednesday next, at 3 p.m., Messrs Coghill and Haughton will sell a w.b. villa, on the Main Heidelberg-road, Ivanhoe. Messrs Baillicu, Allard Proprietary Ltd. notify a sale of superior household furnishiugs at "Mayuaa" Hyawdon street, Heidelberg, on Thursday, Febru ary, 15.l In addition to the furniture a supe?b upright piano will be offered. A meeting of ra...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FAIRFIELD THEATRE PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 3 February 1917

FAIRFIELD TiE1ATRE PICTURES. To niglht the picture. patrons will wit ncss " The Pretty Sister of Jose," in whiih Mvlarguerite Clark is cspecially adapted to the role of the dainty little dakr-eyed belle of old Spain. As the exquisite. Spanish girl of a thousand moods a'id whims, who has vowed never to loshci heart, but who, when finally conquered by the handsome Sebastiano, loves tiruly and devotedly, . she is superb. T£he scenie environment lends itself faith fully to the atmosphere of the story, and the rapidly Jhanging development of the plot, with its wealth of color and ro mance, hias resulted in a thoroughly un usual 'unid picturesque photoplay. On Wednesday next the fitst instalment of the adventures of Peg o' the Ring 'vill be screened. The first episode shows La Belle,. ananimal tiainer, is secret1y niuurried tb Dr. Lund, owner of the cir cus. She makes an iuppeal to him to gcknowledge her, but he cares for another woman, and refuses. She is fatally in jured by a leopard, a...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OBSCENE LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 3 February 1917

OBSCENE LANGUAGE. Sir,-The report of the cases in which two young men were before the court for unseemly behaviour and obscene language, discloses a bad state of affairs, to quote one of the presiding justices. I understand that the youths in this dis trict have acquired a set of words that would put an old miner to shame. In olden days some men were recognised as hard swearers, but it was not filthy, such as is heard from some of the striplings that strut about with cigarettes in their mouths in the guise of men. I have heard some comments about the fine of £5 being inflicted on one young fellow as being severe, but I believe it is the only way to make them feel punishment unless they are sent to prison. What with their language, the way they talk of mobs and gangs, and the scant respect paid to parerits and superiors, the district will soon be a place for hoodlums only. I am glad the police has-been able to get a,conviction, and :hope it will.be a warning to others; also to those ...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. We do not hold ourselves responsible for, or identify ourselves with, the opinions expressed by our correspondents. A PLAGUE SPOT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 3 February 1917

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. #o do not hold ourselves responsible for, or identify ourselves' with, the opinifns expressed by our correspondents. A PLA-GUE SPOT. Sir,-M?ay I call public attention to a serious condition of affairs that are per mitted to prevail in that part of. the Heidelberg shire known as the Alphing ton and Fairfield flats. For many years this area has been persistently neglected by the shire council. The residents in most cases have neither roads, sewers, water, lighting, or any of those things which tend to encourage decency, let alone public health. Very many eases of diphtheria and typhoid have occurred in this area within the past three months. The shire's medical officer has reported that the area is ripe for an outbreak of diphtheria and typhoid, and according to his report (which the council seems anxious to suppress) the further neglect of this place is not only a reproach but a distinct crime. The council have had this area under consideration for some months,...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DIED FOR THEIR COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 3 February 1917

DIED FOR THEIR COUNTRY. Two families in this district have just received the sad news of the deaths of their sons in France. Mr H. C. Brooks, of Ivanhoe, got word that his son was accidentally killed. The Rev. W. H. Hodge, of Alphington, while away -in Adelaide, received word that his son Cleve had been killed in action. Mr Hodge had three sons at the front—one returned wounded a few months ago, one is still fighting, and one has paid the price.

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 10 February 1917

THOS. JAMES & SONS, RANGEWORTHY ESTATE, IVANHOE. Telepb ne-Heidelberg, 189. rpI{H Famous Rangewcrthy gravel, I delivered in Ivanhoe, 6/6 per load. Screened Gravel, .7/; delivered Al phington, 8/; Fairfield, 9/. Pebbles for rough casting supplied; also supplies Metal, Screening, Build ing Sand, Ashes, Ploughing, Manure, Garden Soil, Garden Paths, and Mo tor Drives fqrmed and gravel laid. Property Owners are cordially in vited to inspect the gravel. Phone, Northcote 215. Newnham & Son CARRIAGE BUILDERS, Heidelberg Rd., FAIRFIELD he above firm have pleasure in announcing that they have taken over the business lately carried on by Glassborow & Co and hope to re ceive a fair share of local trade. N. & S. are prepared to liuild, re pair, or give quotations for any class of vehicle in the trade,. Painting, Tyring, Re-rubbering etc., etc., done promptly, Old vehicles taken in, cash or terms Call, ring, por write. ,We want your business, JEWELS The selection o...

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