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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 9 May 1914

Educationia ROSBERCON, GIBRLS' GRAMMAR SCHOOL on KINDERGARTEN, NORTH ROAD, NORTH BIIIGHTOI 5 minutes, from Gardenvale Station 10 minutes from Electric Tram. Large grounds ; excellent accommod: tion for Boarders. Pupils prepared for University, . Primary, Junior,I as Senior Examinations ; Also for University Local Examina tions in Musio. Principals- MISS TIEDALL and MISS CONSTANCE TISDALL, M.A Olass Singing and Physical Culture hay always formed part of the curriculum. Dancing and Special Physical Cultux Loessons are open.to Non.Pupils. • Three -Terms for 1914 Begin February 10th. :Juno 2nd.... September 15th.. Pupils may boe Enrolled any: time pro.rata. "NORFOLK" GIRLS' SCHOOL, t'KIORA,' . 'SOUTH ROAD, BRIGHTON BEACH. SECONDLARY.i PRIMARtY, SUB-PR'I( AItY..Y. . Seven Minutes' .Walk from Train . .. or Tram. The sch'ool i - beautifully situated with exceptional accommodation fo: boarders... ............ Pupils prepared for. JUNIOR an( SENIOR PUBLIC Examinations.; alsa for University a...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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City of Caulfield [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 9 May 1914

City of Caulfield AbStract from the Annual Statement of Accounts for the year ended 30th a i Sept., 1913. Account of all Rates made, viz.: A General Rate of 2/1 in the £, made on the 4th day of December, 1912, on a aluation of £191,905; and on a Supplementary Valuation of £9,52? made 1st April, 1913. Total Rates, £20,489/3/ CONTRBACI to the-amount of £15,6 0/19/2 were entered into during the - year. MUNICIPAL FUND. REGEIPTS. EXPENDITURE. . : 30th September, 1913. October 1, 1012. IRates and Interest There- Bank Balance ... ... ...3,36113 9 on .. ..._20;)32 IS 16 eptember 30, 1913. Cesspan Fees ......... ... 3.103 15 6 Day Labor, Street and Private St. Construction 1,637'12 7 ioad Work, &c. ...... 4,9S71110 Asphalting ......... .. 1,315 11 $ , laintenance 1etail ... .. 3,305 4 1 ihuilding Permits ... .. 3.2-2 0 0 Private St. Construction 1,165 ? 4 uildin Fees ........... 2 0 Lightin ... ..... 1,501 3 Deposits .................. 332 5 0 Asphalting-Loan No. 7- P'arks and Garden...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 9 May 1914

First and Foremost. W. Robinson, Butcher, New sr., Brighton. *, Tel. 845. Established& I. Board & Lodging Boru- --- ats RBoard and Residence aith privSte family, M. Brigh le. A., .O .., M. Brighton. chur'h Announcemtnts. jI1Ii-tN and andringhahal Me -. .t hurches.-lr. U. Mudd j .. :., is Doming. Watch a,- .rda' southern t.ross for -: ..n1 ates. Songreoational Church; I?"ll',; .. t"he Mingling of evening, lennyson's - ~,lhe Social Lies that trnom the Living Truth" Rev ]j Clic l clltURLH, Bay Street. J i . illiamson-11, : Be . ;;, and 31ist"; i, "lesselsof ,? i ?e" s hymns evening :ser -.I',i['-i, New street Methodist !,":..h.-To-morrow. morning, Adamson; evening, Mr. i. II OF ENGLAND. Si, .-1\. 'Sunday after Easter. ., Corporate Communion, S.S. 1 n, !'reacher, Rey. A. Law. -', !'reacher, Rev. C. Hudson, -rzlain B.A. Navy. S CHURCH, ORMOND. C . School Anniversary.-l'reach ---i.. iern. C. ledley Raymond, ". Br. O. C. Thomas (Roper . ion) 7, Rev. W. It. Cool :: - Choir o...

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Bowls. BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 9 May 1914

iuhaie t, 'otiiis and; iditroedi?nts riconte'iiipltfed 1y thli; Brightin coit- nittee :._ --?l?-Ipieationis woer'd iiviit?l lUiiii, th s:week for the liositioii of ir.,ee lhi-o 'er; i ri sucacesion to George ahic:tell", whoi. 7ihs ?etired nafttr l0 ears hlionotiluraille service in thant cii pacity Ihrin" liis regimne lthe gre n hat h tli'he re'iitt:litio? . of being one of the be.t iaroind 31elLournme, aidul waS thelectedl for itler-Stlat. ahdl other im oirito iat niitchts.?' T?Ti'e. committee ri?eeo ised" hftmi( Gebrge `was lhar, iior.iung ndii n iin?iinstlki, hilld it' .wa only n accouitlot IO hla-health 'teaking clown tlhat they? win ;'oinl?lled to inld a ucces'cIr. !'The billiard rouei is being atidel mnore -attractie to llmemblers, bowlers, or-" tennis players. The tnhles hlu.-ti i)eii '. renovted and gas fires installhid. Iullrin the week two siulgle-hai.lned Ilndictnll eienllts tere decidel. 'the vice-presiduets" 65 5/- trophy was con tested in the finals by NeSlson (scr.) an...

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Golf. LINACRE PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 9 May 1914

LINACRE PAR1K TLats Satiurda the f6rst monthly medal was played, ;the: best' card be in? reti0rned .by. O. ates, St18-166, I ns hen ju t 7 28 ,w.hilsL D?.). Speedie; .3-"1 | =-2-:uand'S; iolas; 90--18-:72 disputed third T'lo da ,mixed fore omics ;will he pliv ed'7

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 9 May 1914

.-:l :. .' .", ?:"'; ': I '" ::. .\ .........:.......T H E ................. Ir j- Elsternwick - FRESH ____ FOOD SUPPLY. ^ b1 Gpc a len Huntly B<d, Sh OW ellS, "ti" l fister.wic. S.A Fewiv loo's B.:low E S. & A. Bank. '.- We"sp ,inlise 1 lie 1 ovisior Trnde, keep tlioe .er .l 'st *>li;i;u ' ' ble uand' will lot tot lc r'!.-il.o All Goods kept in Cooling Cham-n bher. E'ggs fro Cool Districts Fresh Twice a Week. Choicest Blitter nd': d d'Clheese from. Wcstcru District Fnctories. S- indly IRcenmber 'rhis-Whether your Order"is Worth a Shilling '- '- or a Poult d we Deliver it Prolmptly nnd in a c:ireuil "aidl Up-to-Date S.. anner. ' . • SW.' H. Nicholson begs to intimate to the the Public of Glen Huntly, Carnegie, Ormond and Surrounding District," that heha . . . Opened a Store at Glen luntly (Late Blundy), and has a Full Stock of Groceries, Crockery, and Ironmongory. The Favor of your Patronage Is respectively Solicited GOODS DELIVERED DAILY. STORES--Brlhton; Elst...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 9 May 1914

ROYAL EXCHANGE ASSURANCE CORPORATION OF LONDON. Accumulated Funds Excced .6,000,000. Fire ' Marine Accident Workers' Compensation. VICTORIAN BRANCH - 31 QUEEN ST., MIEILBOURNE. J. C. Journeaux, Manager. DISTRIC' AGENCIES. HIItIGi'RTON-S. 1'. Simmonds, Estate Agent, Bay Stree. - MIDDLE BRIGHT''ON-Connor and Alford, Estate -Agents, Church Street:' . ST. KILDA--l'rince and Co., Estate Agents, 256 Iligh Street. SANDRINGHAM--Round and Co., Estate Agents, Melrose Street. CAULFI'ELD--Harold Looker and Co., opposite Caullield Station. GAII)ENVALE-Thomson and Collinson, Estate Agents, Gardenvale. BALACLAVA-A. E. Forster, Estate Agent, 206 Carlisle Street. ALL : MEAT KILLED A J. BARTLETT 'JNDER . GOVERNMENT FMILY BUCHER, SUPERVISION. GLEN HUNTLY ROAD, GLEN HUNTLY., Latest Refrigerator at work on the Prcniises. Green Bone for Poultry Cut Daily. Poultry and Rabbits Always on Hand. Carts Daily to Ormond, McKinnon Bentleigh, Brighton, Elsternwick, East Malvern, Caulfield, Carneigie, Glen Huntly a...

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Lacrosse [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 9 May 1914

Lacrosse- - TI cLacross seasIon opened on Sat urda?nlast iuder ideal neather' condi tions. The Bfielhton -Preslyterians: and the ,Waniderers; the twn local culibs who hlid beelin promoted' to" the Junior: A sectiii;n lioth ion- their'.iatches.. Thoi formenidefeatedl arilivriiong by i to 1' tlihe hIitter bhet ,lhoyoin ,I 7, '''to 4?''T1 he 'performanrces of both clubs have been striking oiones, and d their success hlas bhei phenoiennal. By' de fentinmlg the runners-up, and 'premiers respectir'ely of lust- e~:eori.m, tsnlor A sectipn, tlihV have, early justilled their promotion to 'the ohighei grade: In. the C section the' Bri hIton Pres bttiians '. s ion Iliy: 11 to0 2 aniinit. University whilst' the clubl's teami in thlie F. ectjoi tied w:'ith' tl he deaf School 7 each. hins" afternoon the Bighton;" Tir hyterians lI and Wnderers met on the Brighton Gra inmar ScPhool Oal;' and pnrior to the nmatelci he pennant' on lii,' yt ear Iy the Brighton ?Preshyters ans:will ne u furled bythie' ...

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INVITED. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 9 May 1914

INVITED. Mo 3lther sent me," said a little girl to a neighblor. " to ask you to come and take tea with' her this evening." " Did she say at what time, my dear?" " No, ma'n?m; she only said she would asl you. and then the thing would be off her mind." C Come to my hnls," as the poormaster :aid to thetramp." - The work of the hardy miner is all in rein, and yet he is happy when he finds it's Arti-ts have adoilted different emblems harity. We wonder none of them .lI"Iuht of a piece of India.rulbber ,tance so easily made to give.

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TREE DESTRUCTION WITH ACIDS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 9 May 1914

'rIEE DEIESTIUC'II;ON VWIT'IIr ACIDS. A coirr, slponitent in the Rlhodesiaii \Agricultural Journal writes : "lie tree destruction with acidi. I have seenmany. hundreds of acres of bush--urge a;nd scrub--completely tde stroyed with ordinary column.rcial salt-.I petre; hbut 'the" trees_ were ' not cut down as this entails nilcih nlaour. A hole is bhoLre in thI tree in a down: ward direction to the centre. For lhrge frets a 1-in. aurer is usedi for smaller ones i-in. size is large enouslhl. F"or larei trees one or two otlceis is the quantity used, and for smaller oies half to one ounce. A plug is pit in the hole to keep the rain fronm was!iing it out. The nitrate of pot- ash is tcarrield by the siap to the tips of the branichits land to the-rootlets.' If the tire is it larg-e one. say, tiwo feet or more in diamenter, -very'r little, ililierenl. will lie noticed- ithlie-foliage for two or three months 'then "tlie Ileaves bein to' fall, aiid it assnumes a: hear, wintry aippearaa.n e At.:...

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SOCCER. SANDRINGHAM v. PRESTON. AN EASY WIN FOR SANDRTINGHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 9 May 1914

SOCCER. SAND)RINGI1AI ý-. PRESTON. AS EASY 1WIN1 Fula SANI)RIN(;IIAM. S?ldringTlllll t wen.'t on at very sFl'ess ful misiion last wek to I'reston, romping1 home miilersI by nine goals to nil. The home team, especinlly in the iseond half. were oute:ll:?-sd in vry dpartmlnellt. Sadlrinlhtm were rleprsenlted by Bhurton, II. Cann, Saunders, 3h:Ken zic, Anty, Andrews, Manger,.. A. Allan. W. Cann (capt.). 1. Allan, Overett. Rleferee Mr. Dmcnlater. Cann, naminsel the right side of the coinl. did nit take tadantaie of "a slilght sn, hut itgave i'restol the ad vantage 'Tihey set the ball roiling, elndliun, to the inside manl ; ti e i;tter ent out of play. The thrlw-inii went to Ct.ans, who piloted the ball past the opposing half-bld's anld gi\ving to li :nger the Intter just amisst. A free kick- for getting off-side, saw thlt hall travxellin, down towardis urtnton, uit, the pass, Ibein, too weak, IL, B. aunn' easily' cleared. A few minutes later 'a ross fronm the- leftlet 'F. Al Inn ?+lI' o,...

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ICEBERGS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 9 May 1914

ICEBERGS. The main feature of the Polar Seas con. sists of the icebergs, those huge masses of ice whLicl are so frequently a source of danger to whalers and sealers. They are of every size, from a few feet to 200, and, in certain instant e. 400 feet high. Now it is supposed that o'ly one-seventh part of a whole berg projects above the sea level, so that an iceberg which shows 100 feet above water would probably be altogether S00 feet in height. Though they serve no purpose useful to man, they are largely resorted to ,, the auks, givers, and other birds which affect the Arctic regions, the smaller frag inenls being occasionally occupied for a time by seals, and more seldom by the white polar bears. Their origin waslong a subject of dispute, but it is now certain that they are derhied from the land ice. Off the western shores of Greenland they are very numerous, and there indeed is the elhief place of their birth. For they are simply portions of the great stream of ice, which, lravell...

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Moorabbin Council [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 9 May 1914

Moorabbin Souncil The ordinary meeting of the 3Ioor abbin Shire Council was held on Mon day, when the President (Cr. Feldli ntndo), and Crs. Scudds, White, Kelly, Itrownfield, Smith: Mlurriott, Shields, Eggleston, Small. and .',Burgess at tcnded. IAMPROVING TIIHE WATERI SUPPLY The Board of h orks notified that they proposele to layn 12-lich 'water maiin :-:in",n Centre 'roadd; froni'Jasper road t'.' o ThomiiasStreet, to imiprove thd. antr r:'suupjily of .?0oorahbbin:-The letter= was rec'i~ed-with pileasureP ...r T0 MNJ\G TuE ROAD ROLLER le ]ss Wioodelcc ti I' Corinacbk,?:con salting engineers for Dandenong, urged the Council to reconsider; their charge of `' : per 'wiek :for the hire of :?th e roller to 'the Countryiy Roads Board.: Lfhd charge was' reduced to £0j per week. : : STREET " LIGIG:. - i:-d :]:lrighoii': Gas' Codipany;. ex-. Ilaince flthint thpy'found: it very costly [to. rin ,hih', pessur' ichialuery op till iiiudnig.ht' to:.kleep tie1 two exlperiimenit al :lani :s, going...

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AMONGST THE CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 9 May 1914

AMONGST THEII CLUBS. Last Saturd:y lBrighton Chur:ch of Christ defeated Swanlstonl s:ret Church of Christ Ibyv 5 goals 1( lbhiids (11), to 1 goals I1 ehinds (2S). The goiall kickers for the willllers were Cok (2), Mann (2), Aigus (I).. The club plays Middle Park at lidllell I'arl ti day. Players meet at ilid.lle Park railway station i at 2 15 p.m. Ihe tearn will be 1h'aper (capt.lini, .lupus 'vice-captaia). Arthur, ('rver, (rook. ('rook, I;rainger, Eidgell, L.smllert, Alann, M'lusrovl, Iliclhard.-o. Siully, Sharp, Statlelc, Stanley, SItroumaun, Willitams. Emergeccies : Ludbrook, Grainger.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 9 May 1914

- . TEMME Late TEMME and HANLEY" 245 Bay Street, . - Brighton ANOTHER LOT OF - SPECIAL LINES FOR TIlS WEEK. A NICE hEAVY DRESS TWEED, Did. yard; Usual, 1/6. ALL WOOL SERGE, 9Od.; Usual, 1/. SINGLE BED BLANK.ET, 6/6. Usual, 9/6. DOUBLE 1lED, 12/?; Usual, 15/6. LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR COAT AND SKIRT, l Lovely. Cloth; 15/. Usual, 35/ LADIES' LONG COAT, 12/6. Usual, 20/-. 1_EN'S COLLAI' AND POCKET BOLTON . S Usual, 3,/6. =MEN'S WARM SINGLET OR PATIS, 1/ .C. R.O. Temme, i 245 Bay Street, Br righton. ,Telepho* 225. Doherty & (2o. 125-127 Glen Huntly Road, Elsternwick, I ARE NOW SHOWING . FULL RANGE OF ' AUTUMN & WINTER GOODS IN ALL ". S. DEPARTMENTS. SPECIAL MILLINERY i AND DRESS SHOW ^:AN.D NOW ON. 25 1227 6lie untly Road, ElsternwicR. 'Phone-Brighton 747. ":,ADVANCiE BRIGHTON. THE PUBLIC SUPPLIED at WHOLe SALE RATES. C. DELBRIDGE and CO., Furniture Manufacturers, OFFICE and SHOWROOM * 192 BAY STREET, BRIGHTON. FACTORY CORNER ST. ANDREW AND DURRANT STREETS. Having purchased...

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Continued from Back. Football [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 9 May 1914

Continued from Back. Football lThe first i kunrte ofrt the gaie be tween,. 3loorinbbiin and: lheiltherton, which wwis:played: on the formier club's ground- "ins:- fairly`even, tnrld" the lfeatherlotis followin- became- enthulsi stict:' nthe:club's sirospect of mneal in; theIce ' `liThe openiitg termni con ingle.'? -Hto Ilei-lierton n's one, t , t tih rest of the ply was mainly in aoi of this lion. atecnc, who easily forged ohg cud nti inishedf iif with a confo ihd-7 ir " T-4 - the. scI-r- s were :i iooclu, liilIT si giil iehiiiilnd (11Q- iOiiints eeiithertonri'; 2 goals 1 behind (13 poinhs:" lciithlrtoti. scoreId goal in tlhe 'seond iniil third iuadrter.. A keenly contested game resultel tween Black Rock and Caultfild. Dis trict, only a few points separating the teams right through the rgame Black Rock non by a goal,: tli scores being :-Black Rock, 6.6_ (36) Caulfield, 4.6 (30), . . Cheltenhams had an easy task in playing Carrim, and they romped home after a niueh..one-sided g:.?ame...

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The Southern Cross Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, thy God's and truth's SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1914. District News BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 9 May 1914

Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country'., thy God's, and truth's. SATURIIAY, MAY 9, 1914. District News BRIGHTON. Owing to pressure on our space we were compelled to hold over a llmn her of interesting news items until •eltt issue. T'ho Brighton Footliallers held a pleasant social evening in the Town Hall on Monday last, in the form of a euchre party and dance. There was a large attendance of supporters, whilst a numnber of players were also present. The euchre tournament was conducted in the annexe, Whilst the main lUsilding was devoted to dancing. The music was supplied by a string liand. The trophies olfered for euchre tournament were won by Miss Lemon and Mr. Mnoade. The Education Department propose to celebrate Empire Day on Friday, May 22nd by special lessons in the schools in the morning. During the afternoon the committees of the Brighton, Orphanage and Elsternwick schools have arranged to entertain the children at a sports gathering in the Drill grounds. 'thae Mayor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 9 May 1914

Telephone 128 Windsor. : Only A -dress (i Brunning & Sons, , BRIGHTON ROAD, ST. KILDA, NOT MELBOURNE. Established 50 Years. Largest Plant Nurseries in the Com monwealth. 250,000 Plants and 40,000 Roses. Write for New Catalogues (Post Free) The Nurseries are within three minutes of the -Rpponlea Station and Brighton Road Tram Terminus. HOME HINTS ON BUILDING. BUILD WITHOUT DEPOSI I', A unique opportunity presents it self to the owner of an allotment of and as without any further cash if -desired I will build an up-to-date and modern Villa up to 7 rooms, replete with all conveniences and appintments -- epayments as weekly rent, covering interest and principal-the interest re ,acing as each payment is made, and I give you the option to pay off any amount, or the whole, at any time, without extra interest. Plans, esti mates free. If you have a deposit, ahd have land in view, I will buy same, and erect a home on the same tierms. In case of illness or unemploy ment,, payments are ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 9 May 1914

Pharmaceutical Chemist. Emulsiolln of Cod Liver Oil ":.With Hypophosphites of Lime & Soda Pure and Palatable. FOR PULMONARY AFFEOTIONS, OUGHS, COLDS, DEBILITY and WASTING. Is. 6d. DISPENSING A SPECIALTYs Foster's Famous Remedies -ARTI-GCATAHIIHAL LOTi6' r IDNEY MIXTURE POWDER For the Relief of Backache and :-A ~ ? rtain remedy for Accumula= other commonly experienced symp tions in the Throat and Nostrils, 'toms. I/-. and Post Nasal Secretions. 2/-. BLOOD MIXTURE fCNIC HAIR DBrESSING BLOOD MLXTUR e at ad Smo 4Gctualpre For Blotches, Pimples, Boils, &e. D/ An elegant and most effectual pr. paration for Strengthening and BEAD LOTIONs Promoting the Growth of the Hair, and rendering it beautifully., An effectual and cleanly, remedy Soft, Glossy, and Non-oily. /.. if:ordestroying Parasites.,: , ]/-. ECZEMA ONTIMENT IE M T A remedy for Skin Complaints. .IVER .MIXTURE Although an unrivalled prepara- For` Giddiness, Biliolis Headaches, tion for the use which its name Drowsine...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 9 May 1914

QUALITY Butcher-K. Morrison, CAYST. BR.T Howard Weber, .Painter, SPECIAL STOCK Paperhanger, REASONABLE PRICES OF General Renovator, WALLuPAPER. - :··;~ ~.: Hou? i~: : W..o:psVDONE EPLseNDoID VAIE1 Decorator, IN ALWAYS 'ndON AND, and ALL SUBURBS. Repairer. fILL S. TREET, BRIGHTON. Gardeners 1 WATERTIGHTS and BLUCHEIRS. The Best in Quality means the Beat Wear and .thie most Comfort. The Best is Always -the Cheapest. - s dT.MiATTHEWS. 699s AE R R BOOT PALACE.= ToOnReR. a a CHELTENHA IMr Telephone 10, Cheltenham. KEEPS TBE BEST-GIVE HIM A TRY. To the General Public of Cheltenhanm and District.--Two things worth-l ':;:':ri.: ::RememberingJ. ATTi'EW : 1.-Has an up-to date Stock at your doors - -Skilful ind Tradesninlife Repiairing a Specialty With him. efbury $barpn C lrpenters, Builders & General Contractors. ' All Classes of lleraiions Alterations Work Executed ANYTHING Additions and In any State of the SeweraWork Commonwealth. IN THE Srage Work Executed on -- .p I Shortest Noti...

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