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A CORRECTION. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 15 May 1914

A COI~ECGTIO. (To the Editor.) Sir,--Rc y-our nrticlcs in Advcilte of b8th instl'. re lctropolitan JBoard you haIve slightly misuidclcrstood "me. [I yrotc fence in its water catch m.ento."' Yo.o havc wr-iitcen 'fence in its water c'h]aniel.'" Thcv ure -felic ing in their ater clhannmel. but we wisli'them to knle -in their bonun dcla.ry bof then terrfitory. whii(h wotid still be cheaper than keeping a' staff of men to pa.trol it. Your ariicle: have been .read with great interest amongs, ratepayers-Yours .etc., JOHN SMI'TI. "Avon,'' E. iWarburton, 9/5/1...

OUR LETTER BOX. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 15 May 1914

o x. -----------~----- - Without necessarily indorsing the Sopinions of our correspondents, we shall be .glad to insert communi cations bearing on topics of public interest, .which may. be intelligent iy and briefly expressed and freec from. personalities, on condition of receiving the writer's real name, not necessarily for piublicatidn, but as a' giarantee: of good faith.

OBITUARY. DEATH OF CR. R. T. KINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 15 May 1914

OBITUARY. DEATHI O] GB. R. T.: KINGS. There :ire- few hiliugs more ..fill fr sidness than the sudden death i "ons si-itth W'?om ??- wcre wont o be f:iiilian,"udid ini a smail com munii; like this where ev. r\v "dl associaetione brings' about inaliacy .f .alquiaintaceslip or' friendship, ce ttealh o.l on-e of, its members is es:jcially felt. .Conrseuently" lien i t eeqame kiown on . Friday evenuilni th Cir Ir. '. I!Kings hid died suddcllly jil eiLbourne, resident-s re .:eived' quite a shock. \lhe deeacd wa.s. on the Lenach inhiis calpacity as ant Ihonorar'-jnustice at t!:e Lil dale ,tic c Couri in the morning, .ihel he nade. tagether with his :clleagnc e ; conr:rt. I ,tor references to 'the rtulrln of .M ani'or Cnllst"b'e 'urtaii: suflicient'ly to health t.I tkict ap his dtimes as oliicor in cia,rgCe Cf lie itilvdale -I'olice, station.' He .;orke with not a sign of the im ,oendaing sudden breakdowu, and in die aflternoon went to Melbourne, seeningl!;'. in his stis u'al hicilth. He at...

A REPLY. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 15 May 1914

* - =* . A L'?PJ1. Y - . 0To the Editor. . - . Sir,--T nIow priOcc:l t .._reply: ;A . to 'Observix:id.., .lIe. ii the openiig' sen temco. of lhis -ltotei s tates :-'iAs - 'L * *brahianm .ci-s to think Ah'?t I :.mustr be a shire conncillor may I for his I'reiit h stati that .1 Iihave, ino.t yet a.tt.tiiced to that honora.hle (I hiad 'olio?t written unenviable) position' 'Ob'i'(iit s" previous letter in the ":Advocate"' of 13th cFbruary. hears interia,1 " c\idence of hanving been writ tien by someone having int.iimaite kno iwledge of the slire council's af ta.irs; however, .it is of no moment i lwh.it;evcr to ratepayers whether "Ob ;crvant' is a, shire co imcilljr or amI oflicer ofl thel conncil; tlihe subject .1r lii letler ncld Ihis qua;.si irgumen , is a.ll thrt..-is of ony real ,interest to the puhlic. l'irst.l' hle asks- "'D',ies he (1). lhra'aham) seriously be liev ttui.ti tn iGoveruincr-inii-C'ouniicil or t-e [ 'li ilic \Vorks D1ep'iniment \woiild a.lih"' tihe shire council to ...

Lilydale Express. FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 15 May 1914

dir 'I - 1;?'IJDAY, MAY 15, 1914. li" ti As' per advertisemneit in' this is aue, the opening of the new school at Mount Lilydale College will take. plie on Sunday, 17th May. The ceremony will lbe performed by the a' SArchbishop of M-elbourne, Dr. C.arr. The Lilyda.ie Progress " Lssocia Lion wish it to "be distinctly un= derstoud tha t the Art Uniit. Lil prizes for which (tit.e line 1aint a ings) are now on view in Mr J. T. e lhihips's .shop window, is to r.ise Iunuds to improve the owlin,_," Green Oval, and no portion of the pro ceeds .will, be spent on the bowl e ing green. Mr Smithers Gadd's illustrated 1ce ture on the "Earlv days of Aus traliat 'has not been delinitely ar ranged, but the date will be an nounced shortly. The lecture ,which is spoken of as highly] interesting, is ill aid of the funds .oLf ti [f.M eai;u benefit. The s cmi-fina;l match fr t(ie don ides handicap for AMrs C. J. 31it chelt's trophy. vi, ph- ,d -In the T, Lilydale green m it r .trl:y last. I, 15 twecn Ml...

Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 15 May 1914

Bereavement Notices MR. OLIVER DOLPHIN and the Misses Stephenson desire to THANK their many kind Friends for all ex- pressions of sympathy, floral tribu-   tes, telegrams, letters, cards, and visits, received during their recent   sad and sudden bereavement. MRS. R. T. KINGS and Family desire to THANK their many kind Friends for expressions of Sympathy, in   visits, letters, cards, telegrams, and floral tributes received during their recent sad bereavement.

I.O.R. International Temperance Friendly Society. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 15 May 1914

International Temperance Friendly Society. Victorian Membership in all classes over 30,000. Funds £320,000. Rechabite Benefits are Liberal and Safe. They include:   Male Members.--Sick Pay weekly   £1 for 12 months; 10s for 6     months after; 5s without limit. £20 at death. Medical- benefits for Self Wife and Chidren: ' - Lady Members.--10s for 6 months:;   5s for 6 months after; 3s- without limit. £10 at death. Medical-bene-. fits. Members of other Friendly So cieties placed on - Surgeon's List. Special Privileges are enjoyed by Members of Junior Tents. BRANCHES of this Society are   established at the following places, where every information may be ob tained from the C.R. and Secretary of the Tents: LILYDALE Tent. No. 97 -Meets on :Tuesday fortnightly:. C.R., JBro. W T. T. Bedford; Secretary, William Button, "Holly Lodge," Lilydale. Junior- Tent, -Mount Qlinda No. 281--Supt., J. B. Earl, Lilydale. HfEI...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 22 May 1914

For Tronimin.! Congl s, taiike- WYoods' Great eppehniant_ Cuie, 1/6 Oh! health is wealt,?? and lifo is long, And earth is fairei, too; .When man is fit andl- w11 - - Talce skies are always blue( So guard your health; your joy in crease, Your life from ills secure, Fromnipain. ~sn trouble win surcease W ith Woods' Gieat 'Peppermint Cure. .A ROCERIS RiEC'OMMENDln ATION. "F6r the past twenty years:',': wri tes 'Mr R. -l,-arison, grocelr Parna matta.-rd: anck-Citthemine st., Leich hardi tNT.S.\- "I- have been a. suf feirer honr dioirhlioea aud althiough 1. have tried. various -.prescriptions hae foundCl lthin relieve me like Chalin. berlain.s Colic .and fDiorlrhpoa, Reme dy: NowI- ?vouldJ__t be witihount a bottle -for. i.ny money ' S·Soldby J. Huitchlinsoi, Lilydale oC. IHa.neen, ..iligrove; Scotts and Al ltn; Yarra Glen; S.H. 3radshaw and I LJ: Dawborn, Healesville. FEDERAL CASH. STORE. :- LEACH. Proprietor. No necessity to go to MBIL';urne to make purchases- to save money. You can do ...

CROYDON THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 22 May 1914

..4 i C ROY DO N ,(Fromn Our Own Correspondent.) -THE WEATE-IREi. . The weither is. not too dry now,. it fa.ct; some of the, grumblers are alrceadi\ complaining-of the mud as tliough there ever was any ill Croydon. If there are any who wishl to be satisfied on this point, will lhe do lthe block between Ta.vlor's SMore and iilewish'h. Now that oth er trades and professions are being estab1lished in Croydon. it, mihtlitll _t he out of phieo to suggest tha,'tthere ian ;i opening for a. l.ioothli;tck. and pleHlil:ps . too a, bootpolislih nliufai iurer. A Wa'ndering Nuisance. Piclt.ures and occasional dances have not been: t:he only mecans of entcrta.iining excitement of late. In the sma.lt hours of the nornilg. a famous black cow (I shoulld tlhink well known in Croydon) with holns a.nd wa.ys guaranteed to open aony ordinary gate lock .has ca.used a iinllcr of" ]ounseholders to leave their sinmg couches with feelings too deep to be descrilbed..umou? has it that the pound is not; a, real ...

[?] HALL AT MILLGROVE. [?] CONCERT AND BALL. AGREAT SUCCESS. [?] RARNES. M.L.A. PRESENT. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 22 May 1914

AT DIILLGROYE" 1.1 Set Mr 0C1;l,-T AND .BALL. ha 1. • 0 .-2 AT SUCCES. bot I 1:. PRE-SENT Sn thr ,as ell fete ,n Friday io1 the occasion of the wh f" (,f tlr line (en ?11 llth tIe concert and of 1 e leciotu1. bulildngsp Iotet? 'ind ini Ched otill , a re ditiltle to 1 th ie s • t P.11i, .." Cr,,don) eo i i?erd ,'r t he tiocca t- he ,t.,.,d screner-yr tast-e- :d o etil n Ilihe jvalls and t, . i, pre idicr .I n r inth oe il - tli"rded Mr L aredllS ies .?:; ,'- d c l t ._,enO tlce- c dtie. eresiell td his ye )1... t,," ",hdial re lep- ~ I -u,; t bei, po resent.. p1i "' :,,,,d,.,,, ! . ' Ba ne -vel WI tik a a jug ito ,, )"ý~18 . ; l i[tll l ';11111- C lý •if.r .. h'vic h l lft the seve .. t-,, lailw' v Stand man :,,, at T 'rn,, ,!_,n. il (,:ip the li the I . mriw_-. uwtiver. het -:,.'i ahr tiunw l- to at- a.d i <[if the i tll. ondhad h is a liit t, make a lhig a l .'ipirient. ia had trlay- Sm ia il' i tt ay to keep ti - .. l.tause) h lie co (1- isl ~r itentý of Mit rove the 1 ...

HOW TO HELP YOUR TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 22 May 1914

01 he ' YOU: 1 IC he Taik about it. id 11 'rite about' if n 1 . is l all you clU e eilncifibr uu f hclý 01. jtra tl c sl r~ol lc t Ilyl ! Iu lacand si }u rs PAPEHI, for ter ' t et S tilr the best 1"If r111-Of11 it Treat 5jal ,~it llt Ie courteOY :1d Iand f to thlcy zIJY L tanu a«' C sioZsd (If nita. t 1,i:IUL dlect gOO auai Int I 011 II-Oca ]1 truCIJ othiess %.~iei III th l all votl call a 00 jIt~) - I h torle. 'fic L I I j *, p IaVL h ub 11trrl nwte}Sp~L slumlpllll~.i. al d i.le}' s1ij _ji1 lb

YARRA VALLEY FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 22 May 1914

yARRA VALLEY 1IALL ASSOCIATION, iWL1;S. iatiuli shall consist { I, (Id llestilo. ditrll shalll lrt U Lh 1 `' i ,,," 1 ij Ililie thenln-. fr~ ,I istlce a is I\itilil h.;e I'"i Jý' 1'itcl f t11 (31Cm 1 II tl~t i eillher be ex ii" t ic~-llrl oi f tliihILrS tt+`r ulcolI ills unless U:!1 t to :.:.;icd II~·1\ l C! C ; Lc·Cu ·f (,d ei i, .iuui ,ii . 111f31 ( 3' h lard I,: t ci ,a ihe jali.vd for li'~ ]i7 (1: 11017~ iilil ii. to a(31- il ' forU. ii iit ( .1I c~:ii, 1111 cii Sill 11 I do-~C which1 11·c·c~l thl(le (·at-1 tle ti*dcloh :ti-i' of the I1u~liltice (1ftwlv N illltt toi act" as {iuiLuc cll ii iu! to ".a.cid hi t i ll' lilete tes, or ;i.i; it t forl' fo jlrtie q oT .iiiiii have .i iii - ll . l 11 75 ofs 11rc 10 Ia , i i ll l ile i ) of ptlat i iih ( ia~ ;~'lvililt L ii t t lld I..l'e c \\ i il till IXtllac h iii ijill ii * c~l~'lii 11111 ýLaf II;,.` I,1' "l lull ' lt ie ki i i Ii ii i 110'- l ie11]' b1, tiiii iii thui rilsltio fthe - *-liie i'a~.ti jiive's Irl·liic as hi 11" i hia Ii...

Healthful Healesville. SHIRE OFFICER'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 22 May 1914

wnr- I Healthful Healesville. ib]t;f . --. ? _ ...,_.....? ? ce SHIRE QFFICER'S REPORT ,ood sda y gard The Health Officer (Dr. Shaw) oi ilet, the HI-ealesville shire presented his orm- annual report at a recent meeting of Box the council as follows: l1ill '"During the year 1913 the health of the the shire has continued to bh good 'fort No epidenmics have occurred, and onl) four cases of notifiable disease, o0 these one was phthisis and thre, iuna- ;carlet fever. Two of these occurrec in children visiting the township, but n1 a they promptly returned to Melbourne lide, and the disease did not spread dlav Births numbered 32, and of these 13 were males and 19 females. Deaths vice numbered I. -o0 males and four fe rded males. Only.one of the deaths toolk atts, place in infancy, and this was the suc- case of a native's baby at Coranderrh be- which died after some days' illness, )`dL'- during which it received no profes ad- sional medical attention. It was buried on a local magistrate's o...

COMPETITION OPENS TOMORROW. Saturday's Matches. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 22 May 1914

(i... P '. I O.R] W.,1' .,?I.+ :. - 'ilhR i .ho M?illgrove Jv .tdii.. :: Coldstrcu, ni vi-tinal J untitt.l. ai L Iil Ilealesville 1v Yri'ra Glen. [dule. Colds l rautn's team t\Will be cll sen frtom the following :--Madden 1. -31arden. 31cRac,. James. "orOlllson. IFraser. Vlevist. Ver:lu. .itclac, .'isiler 'Hllotr. Pollard. 1 pitt. ' own. Logii I atrlield. Williams 2. ,Star, iburrows. Mullett., t 'ank?i itox. Onhlone" 2. On Saturdav next.. .i'dvhle'.£ t:ýni will visit X illgro-ve lea?;ing. 1lx thile 1.3:-i p.m. \Va rhurtun t rain fromn Lil- v datle :d11, rctilrning- l a iT lrai't - ing licll,,-rt-e at a5.;0 p.mt. The I . tti l will be shlclt.l, from the folJuti, ntg: Allen. lriers 2. l rutnning, \. lea. vis. W\. ('ain. T. ChIvin. RTi. (oode. L. "lt IrV. Jl.sto;in. -IIt . Kitih : hre Lood. 3"lcaug'llin. Nodcn. :I o\'ier (2). Riolterts5. Rigadi (2). Sobire. Ver non. Wardell. Williams- olte i. Healesville club held its annual meeting on Friday last. The balance sheet showed a deficiency...

Evelyn Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 22 May 1914

Evelyn Progress Association. v -- 00------- C (From Our Own Correspondent) C The mlonthly meeting of tne above c :as held on Saturday 16th inst., 311I ). C, Evans (president) in the chair. [here :was a largeo attendance of nemnblers. - Tlie secretary. reported the result )f thel deputation to the Lillydal.: "hire Council and the l:,h.ilwavy Com nissioners on the 26th ult,. lThe .ommissioners had promised to yr :ct ai larger goods, shed, place ad litiiaoa seats on thie platf-oirmi: a verandahl in front of the fruit shed: to make the station road availabl, to-thi towhship estate, and ulter the outllow of the culvert at the juL clion of York road. it was decided. to co-operate with the school committee on Arbor I)av in an endeavour to render the beaut spots on Olinda, Creek more acces sible to tourists, 31essrls S. Dunstone. J. Clacey; L 1. Baker, Thomson (2) Buchanan, enchain and Ilemswortli being -appointed a sub committee to carry. ::out, arrangements. o M.lovcd- by i-3r.SS. Dunston...

EDUCATION PROBLEM. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 22 May 1914

EDUCATION PROBLEM.i The' u ALutralian Catholic 1'edera tion is issuoing a. leaflet dealing with the system of Sta.te E.ducation in Victoriia, and is also arranging for public mietings being held tlriough out the important cent.res of the State. The eder~cation claims- thatl a, justl; .s\ ste of State IEJducatiion should lIe acceeptab1le to the wihole of the citizens -who hiive to con tribule towards its cost. )noring' tlhe 10 years that--the present system has been, inivoguic Catholic t dxiay ors hdave received no return for over £4,500.000 contributed by them to « rds. Edluca ional cax tldit.ur.e T.cy have also expended in lthe erection anid mainten;nce of their own sch uots over £2.000.00. and they ask thait for the spcular iiistructit n ini Iairte d to children in Catlol"ici sch olts. an alloi\x~.ice should be made out ,f t lie moneys. whxiich Ca.tholic laxl;ayers .uyae conllributcl .-in order to provide free eduieion iuit fo lheir chil d reCn. 'Il'hi Fcdcratipn emplhasi is('s Ih...

PROGRESS LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 22 May 1914

I'ROQGRESS LEAGUE . The usual monthly mneeting of the Ringwood Progress L.eague was held on Tuesday evening, whlen there was a fair attfndance of mecmbers. Con sideration was first given to the neglected state of the Ringwood Pub lie Library. After a. long discussion, during which the opinioin was ex pressed that a, membership foe of 10 per annum would be ,necessary to make the librarv a succees. it was decided 'to appoint the Rlev. T. H. Justice. )r La.ngley, and lIr Young as a sllb comniittee to go into the nmttor e f revivi:i the 1br ri. 1,A1d V? collect the iaines of t hosU.e willing to join. The sub committee is to submit a, report at an early date to a. special public meeting which will be called:to receive it. Ini replly to the' League:s request for an extra train on the RHingwoid line between the 12.31 p.m. and 3.37 pir., the la.ilwav Commissioners stda ted tha.t the traIllic would not at pres ant justify the increase in the ser rice. The dniuuissioners also de lined to impr...

LILYDALE POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 22 May 1914

LILYDALE POLICE COURT.. ;\ tille Lilyjial; e 1'lie. OpCftg qn 1'ida.y lasi. ' lthe fullowiug cases cumo before Dr A . E. Symc and lMr 'I. \'. ,nippson, J.sP., for judgment. Itailhvay Cases. Geo. (.illic was charged wit-it hav ing travellcd lirst class on a second class railway ,tipket' on 250h Madch. (eo. Dea'u proseciitedl for the Ua.il wa\y .Delartinnti., iind lIcc us:el' 'as fiiid ~ , aud '10s costls. )Davidil;uirrioti was icargedl wit;h having 'tra'yccld withliO.it I licket on tlie 21n April last, ' lacia tic k(l C'ollecto4r .loppipr 'ga.v cyi(cllCce tl.t; (l!l'e i(la]t i. rodldlcveld i 11 ou of (dilt? pajss.. iand tll n int iierimt pas whichl was not. avaihable .,or tilt li n.-Dlefenndia.nt said that he over- Slooked.thlio *la.ct tiliat his tickoe 'had S'exircd. :Fined 10s and 10s oosts. :I'oji uillion l A prohibition order was made ag v Aiinst I'lomas Katling, to be Cffec Stive in the shires of Lilydale. :IA. - ilinam. and :ITeesvieo, .. 1 --- - . 1 '.,.". 1.. - "

RINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 22 May 1914

RINGWOOD. -----0--- A recently reported bicycle steal ing case at.'lRingwood has a most peculiar sequel. On 1lay'i2nd William J. Tlompson ha.d his bicycle ;sto:en fromn the ya.rd of the -Methodist Church in which he lhad left it. On ''aturday last Thomnpsonl discovered his machine. which ha.d in thei, mean time becn painted over witih bilack cnaimeL in almost the idenlical spol from whlich it had disappeared ovc, a.fortnight before. 1-le at once coin ininicatcd with Constable Br.iy,. but although the two waited for some hours for the thief to come for lhe machine, their vigil was -_navail ing, a whisper lhaving evidently war iced the culprit to leave well alone an:d abandon the bicycle to its right ful owner. The ,s katihg scason lwas success fully inaugurated at the Ringw?ood "Mechanics 'Institite on Wednesday evening last. iesidents of iingwood regard with great interest the movelenutl originated by Box Hill for the form ation of a, borough embracing B3ox Hill 3lont. Albert and bu...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 22 May 1914

X1ice. ` aragi'ar apli as` advetise Iuenls ca nicntl bc inseil.cd i!nless paid for' in the usua1 yay.- VL JOSEPH Smith & Co., AUCTIONEERS, STOCK STATION & iENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, -I PUBLIC NOTICE .----· -I.. \W beg, to -iotify. the residents of Lilydale' antr surrounding dis tripts that wvelhave commentced sales atlhe -t Corporation. Ybads Lilydale, aind will teellmronthtly; .offering.-L-- . " - ' HORSES. CATTLE, PIGS; POULTRY, SUNDRIES, Etc., Etc. Trus.tig to receive the district sup port and Patroniage :,afore Selling by Auction Consult i:2 Our 20. years' experience en us to handle youir Horses, 'attlo .Poultry, Etc., to thd best advantage. MONEY. .---- --- Tro YOU REQUIRE A LOAN? ,.We advance, Money on Freehold Properties . BUY Your ]arm.x SELL- Your larm through Us. 'EAD OFFICE; 27BBOURKE, ST., MELBOURNEI !rhone, 80 Central;. T. R. 1B MORTON & SON AUCTIONEERS, Estate, Stock and Insurance Agents Queen's Walk, 72 Swanston Street, MELBOURNE, And opposite ...

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