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Tennis BRIGHTON CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 30 May 1914

. : .,o:, ::: Tennis . 2 ; Brightoin B : 0hlleig1.-13 t'idI and 13irbour, (I)" d L.add imul: Ladd. (0.). 3-, 3 n6, - G iiod lost. to BWilinoth tid ' hster (0) ?- 44--4; Ivolry tiid':: Ivoy (B.) d.. add -and Ladd, S6-4 and d-11ihnoth laid Webster 6 1, 6--.6 G-.: Totalsr -Brighton I," 3" ubbters,' 6 -ts, 53 "aa'?es:'a O!kleigL 1 uihler, 5B-sets; 1'.i ganons. irig.itoii : ' '..ictori., 1' rk. "ib bo!s ?ind lJ cl'rey .(Bi)d:: I)d llenrpLe and Gt hairn (: P'.) 6-2," and d a 'ey and .l 'vey ( . .' , - - 6 1 6- 1 r.rvey, 6-,, tf12." Totals :-Bright on A, `,i-tl,rSbet;s'.s s,-.1 , a"gnames; icoti ii Park, 1 ga'fies.: niriglhtol B' ll", ha o?i? i three andr lost one initiaLtha A hiL woun th.i in their i reectc?_- si?eios. ItIlIGH Q\ C. I(JUGiELS. :.0)AI S , i L??? lIr S . ..T /Conre?tinal Sti; 3arkn's "A." rPies; yterii nv. St.' Andrew's 31ill isreet 'B" v Newa stiret. Si: Mark's "'" vI . 11 i t t "A." .lreshy/oriatt r `A" ,a hbye.

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Lacrosse. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 30 May 1914

Lacrosse; JIn, the Junior A section the Brighton Presbylterians were. ihi splendid form lnst':. atuidai, acln easily accounted for Southl Yarra by defeatini thorn by .'2 .orls to two. F. GCdkhi , who wias playnii ' splendidi ganm on1. the attlack, was again" uinfortunate ini hal ing' his. collair-one broken. lThis will nec?c itate .his anlsene icii the teaml for. the snext thlie. lieks. Ciolin- St?(d nan n`agin played in his best folio, ind secured IL "go?se, whilst L. Brioks, ivho imade his lirst. apipeara?ce withi thc team after a y'ear's al. enie, secured lie goals:'. F. Rolliun,l).. Flood, -ind i Snow'a.1nll made *a ,eryw great defenice, anu eisil~; :chcklwed the visitors' ruishes down, the centre. .1.. Lucas was" ver cr o t'sistiLus . in "tht enrti'e.l The 10ilhtiyeirs ?r .hte South. ai'rm were Ste'en-son aiindl 1ultoni o nli ithecl .ection; iB sl yterians id teated' ilootsirai- l?y 10. lioho!ts to i.io, and1. in -' scetioi telie c'li o 's o 3unlor tleamn scercd 17 points to 1l...

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Em pireDay. PUBLIC GATHERING AT CHELTENHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 30 May 1914

Em pireDay. PUBLIC GATHERING AT CIIEL S TLNIIAMI. An Empire Day service, arraiged. by the G. Co. -social cludl of Victorian Rangers was- held at :Chleltehamin on Sunday. Thel gathering' took' place at the 1.allei; Soldiers Memnorinl in Nepean road,: and ilthere wsas a large assemblage, .including -lteg t , eterans fIom the Benevalenlt Asylum'i : The Cheltenhal m Brass :Build contributed selections. l ' ie Shire': President '(Ci. B. J. Ferilinando). ocenpied tle chair. The" -Rev. J.l I H. 1 lhewitt isaid that lie couhl-' not iunderstnid aliy nman say~ing thatb' e heiihad conscientious- olbjections to cojmpulsory' training.o Their chil= drei i miist be trained , to make tlihem worthy of :'their calling anid their an-n tion. -There'nuijght be' some present who claimedl the privileges of- cibizeni ship, buti-iwho would sooner gather up their tents and go across the sea ra ther than that'their sons should bear their borden. Let them go and minae room for. better imen. who would take up t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 30 May 1914

ROYAL XCRANGE ASSURANCE CORPORATION OF LONDON. Accumulated Funds Exceed £6,000,000. Fire Marine Accident Workers' Compensation. VICTORIAN BItANCII - 31 QUEEN ST., MELBOURNE. J. C. -Journeaux, Manager. DISTRII AGENCIES. RInGLLCON--S. . Simnmonds, Estate Agent, Bay Street. .5IDU DL'BRIGCHTON-OConnor and Allord, EIstte Agents, Church Street. ST'' KILDA- Prineo ahd Co. Estate Agents, 25~i high Street. SANDRINGHAM-;Round and Co., Estate Agents, Melrose Street. CAULFIELD?-)ardld Looker and C:o., opposite (Caulfield Station. CA.RDNls'ALE,-'Thomson and Collinson, Estnet Ag.,nts, Gardenvale. BAIACLAVA--.'L. Fordtr, Estate Agent, 206 Carlisle Street. ALL MEAT KILLED dDR J. BARTLETT GOVERNMENT FAMILY BUTCHE , SUPERVISION. GLEN HUNTLY ROAD, GLEN HUNTLY Latest Refrigerator at work on the Premises. 'Green Bone for Poultry Daily. Poultry and Rabbits Always on Hand. C arts Daily to Ornmond, McKinnon Bentleigh, Brighton, Elsternwick; East Malvern, Caulfield, Carneigie, Glen Huntly and Murrumbeena; A...

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BRIGHTON CHURCH OF CHRIST. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 30 May 1914

RIGI'HTON CHURCII OF CHRIST. L.nst Sn?.lrday the club played North RJichuln6nd at Brighton and hia an eatse- uin. The final scores were .llrigltton 16.30 (126). Richmond 1.1 (7). Irighton's goal-kickers were l. :;rttin_,r (:3), V. lfizn rd (3), .1'. launt (3), A. Stinl,?' (3), I. \An'us (2), 1P. A itus a l F. Ilichardson. l'.o-dna IOri.(htot plan Newmuariet at Brighton. The iollow:ing tenm has Ibeen sele?ted :-l-)rar (capltnin), F. iius, Arthur, ('arti, r, I. Crook. (. ('look. V. -HIzard, EKid.ell. lambert, Mlillis, tnsFgrtove.. P. Mann, Riihard sn,,. Stanlev (21. Sharp, Willinams, 1aunt*. 'wcr enci?e-1. Strongmgn, G. Grainger. lThe -clul, will I- represecntld at ldaf inrat on Knlg's Hirthdaty, I'layers Iwhlo intendl to 7o, and have not yet notified the secretary. are roluested to dsoo Ibefore W\'ednesday.

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MORE ROUGH PLAY. PLAYERS TO BE DEALT WITH. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 30 May 1914

MOII ICOL'CII: I I LAS L1 AYIRS TO HI DIALT W1IT Umiptee lehliu re[ren or ytI,(nt a ln( or atbiiin) -ted Binder (Bilicki Rlock)) for ti ihtinl e, i blust Siiturday's n match. T1ie Bla ticoek Clidi: eporited that the game.e as inot, played in a friendly spirit.. hy report d:Scrtids (3Mn1o' abbifi) fior: elxbowting llarvey (1l - e Rock), and- l)awson (llooralhiin fdr strikilng. DIriscoll (Black: Rock): e.li,'i Secretar staited' timnt the latterna:ti0ionl was :on ,- ii the'. worst lihe -hail ever witnus .id dion football" ield.*" , "'" 3Ir Siearle .(3loinablin) -ioitender that t.he reports of thell1a)ld! Rock Cluiv were not in order, as they ,had not iiiforenid '--tle Jloorualinu Club's secretuary, or? - caipt--in of .their, in'et tions. ='Iheiuroetn?,ri ar s elearly sta ted in the rules: ' The 'resiienjd (Mr: Jollitay) 'stated. that in .the n!.aeuce of the lliicklRo'cl idelegate -he ''eoidd not entertain. tlidh point.. Therelorit- will iii'e to :l?i conisiil-red .by the"; Associttion....

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GARDENVALE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 30 May 1914

AIUDENYVALE. The monthly meeting of the Garden iale and East Elsternwick L'roress Assuociaion took place on Tuesday i lliun. After waiting for hulf-au hour after tile hour for startin';ihere Sr.s but a loare quorumt (live) present, ail the hlnirman,.h -1r. Wadlhamt, de eviledl that they would proceed with the lusiiwi . The smiall at?nlaunce a\ ' explained ly the wet weather. ELSTiEfR CREEK. The Brig;hton Council ac!.,nowlelded receipt -of a letter from the Assuoiia tiha, relative to proliovsed dIraiu.e aeorkL :t Elsher Creek, sittin, thlat penlingýthe ctmltletion of cerlain e go'i'alitlns which the Caulfield Coundi is conductineg, the Elster ('reek drain age works were unavoidably delayed, and the Council's enginecr wis of this o'piiotn that the work could not be proceieded vi.;itli ivi. e i atl. e he lriMltor Coiuncil also' desired .to reicrý 'the- Asoctdion t0o [tie- Caulfield- City Council for.any hfrthler iiformation: oji the e ter., ,The : Secretary said-that lie uilr stood tha...

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Golf LINACRE PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 30 May 1914

ast, Saturday a mutLh was; plnycd at I urui TIatra. th Ii t hoiiio eahnl Ii- comfortably. by :33 huoles 27 [ucr? to 10 holes 12 4ceS, r-O IUinig's hhjrthidai Ji use l uutts i ill ..be ihated at Kilhtuore

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Progress Leagues BRIGHTON. LETHARGY CRIPPLES USEFULNESS. SOME SUGGESTED IMPROVEMENTS FOR BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 30 May 1914

Progress Leaguesl L iElA1tCY -CRIPPLES USEFUL SO:L- SUG.GST ED IJ';I3 tOVEM 1ENTS' , OR BRIGIITON -. :It': i runoutet that the Brilihton PIro-;res s' Assp9iationf is ,llanguishing foi; týe u-?aitof. ositething .to do in t hd:?hayi': isu ?sgesting. toun aiinpro9e uent. 'Thils ih surely a bad. sign- kiith. lthieaitnial elections coining on, to.1 Afe"i things that atigt re cei'?'1 attention have been brought tinider our.: otice and might be dealtl iwith-unless the Council becopes?:sud denly ihctiuse had decids tp do themi it?t iau ing .th b 'lioaiiccl T? RAi3S FOR BItIHGTI'rON. The Cotincil deciucd, in response to the pruivter-oi: a pettition fron?i. local ratetinyers? presented sa fir lack: a October' lust, to' inhclude Bay street'in the napplietii?ton fori an orderin-?co'aiiueil fur : loal traims. 13ayistreet people wtere deeply iratitidl, but, .e b husil?css men, they deplore the: delay tht lihas smcie ensued iii gettiig thlihe orliiri: [irted '. s l utsers of -tlue, o ti'hre dconci...

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SOCCER. SANDRINGHAM V. HAWTHORN. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 30 May 1914

SOCCER. - , SANDRINGIIAM V. HAWTll?OrN.. Sandrisgham entertained hawthorn at Sandringham last Saturday; but thbofeelic shootin, of the home for wards-.enabled the visitors to make a drawn match.: Cann loss the toss, and kicked .off toewardsthe north goal. The opening stages were of a brisk nature, and Hawthorn took up the running from the start, but Bingham cleared. Cann led '-his men towards llawthorn s citadel, and the goalie was in diffi culties. Frosr a corner Allen sent be hind.: The visitors' forwards broke away, and some .very fine wing play was witnessed, but they, were stoppld. Fromn a free. kick by Andrews F. :Al lan took possession, and beating the halves, gaeo to Cann, who shot hard, biat the goalle happened to be lying handy, and brought ofl a good save. Another corer. fell to- the homesters, but irent for nothinr. McKenzie was looking after the visiting centre, and was ensilv the best man on the field, his ;tackling and' kicking being. per fect." :Af oul throw aneaiist...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 30 May 1914

>AF sOU. STOEKEEE.ER FOR Tom Sm ith's F-rom absolutu;y 'Pure SUPERIOR Locally.Grown r f' . tTomatoes. own Bottles. -; ; -, _ Sauce A . igh-grade Article. SMITH ;& MsANUTrAURED AT _ 'LAMBERT, lighett Raiay Statio Mnufacturrs ' PIthoneo, Ch a nhail0.6, .. Phrnes-823 Windsor; 2243 City. .Established 1867. JOHN. KELLY I PRACTICAL 8ADDLER and HARNESS MAKER, 384 High Street, St. Kilda, and 488 dero Street, Melbourne, opp. Market Gardeners Assoolation Store ifncturer of Every Description of Saddlery and Harness at Lowest Prices lsre Made and Fitted under Speoal Supervision. Awarded first Prizes :al Akricultural Show, 1910, 191 and 1912. Awarded First Prize for larls. 1912. A LARGE. STOCK OF GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND. I- . A Red Hot Proposition. Have a Modern Gas Fire Installed - a No more chilly Half-Hours at Breakfast. One Penny gives you One Hour's radiant heat. It is Really Hot.--You can toast at it. Light it when you want it. Turn it off when you don't. NO LABOUR, DUST or SMELL. ...

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Swimming. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 30 May 1914

Swimming. At th. mulWireLcelel-rations'. lait week the: following iprizes werere le?citte?l to tile -:Brighton school ptupils for swiiln cnuptillionship, 1st in' pluning, 1ist i bIclk nd brleaidtstt hke. ' frank :lartin;-st in 0S jirtls, 12 aiid 13 years. 2nid. s{ ha??ipioiliili 1Ot yards.. A1iln Ilroadle t-- st- in 50 yurds' ctanlponuship, ;.i rd 1100 .rsis' clim 31ax Cleineits?--lst h diving, 2nd, in dis ig for obijects.: : .: : C.. Iteag e m2d, in P2 and 13 years, 5O yards:..:s : _ ,:d!. er?ne-2ad in i 0 y3ilds' chanm ponilhip, 1st .in diving. for. objects. J . l otti'el llst hi. I;eiiaers', dive, 3rdi in begainers' rane 1. "Crebr-l-d in Lobini?rs dise. I. Watsford-=rd ini be imler.s dive. :J: - Lhduiis-alist 13, and 14 yeatrs, yrds. ., J. iase=- iad 13 and 1 1 years,. 50 yasrds • li." Ne?satead--3rd 12 and :13 crsi U0, yards, 2nd ais plunging. . J. Butterworth-1st -in beginners J. Ileagsey-2ad inl beginners'i;raee. it. "Black--lst in" consolution. race for lie ic seair i o. 1) G...

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HEARING IN FISHES. They Cannot Hear Sounds Originating in the Air. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 30 May 1914

HEARINIG IN: FISHES. They Cannot Hear Sounds Origiinat - ing in the Air. The scientists tcl as .tlhat in maur fishes' no trace exists of :an orgin of hcaring; that the tni po num,.its caity iind the external parts of the car are entirely als 'ant; that in otheis this orgain is only imnperfectly developed, and lihant in the remaining few, such ia the shark, -the shadt, herriing and otlers, there :s an odd counection between the organ of hearing andmthe air bladder. With the-ic, eru-le fats before lim, the iehttjy S'cgist leaves the angler to work out Ihe a s cwr to the question, "Can fih hear;" hlic'l is .i most practical one0 - to: the car fill angler in his pursuit of the e. luated game fish o oour inland waters. We sun up briefly thle conclusions of :ip old black bass angler -on this sob iect. I'ishi hear no sound originating in the air. Plaie a cannon nuon an ndia-rubber carnriage, autlciently large and cliostie oellnoig to deaden, when tired, all con enrsion uponi the ground, al...

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EGG SPINNING. Experiments Which Show the Phenomena of Fluid Friction. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 30 May 1914

EGG SPINNINGG. 1 Experiments Which Show the Phen omena of Fluid Friction. A writer in the S.ielLtiic American describes three very simple exlerinlents, which sho show some of tihe plenomena of fluid friction. He directs the elperi menter to take two c-gs, one law, the other hard boiled, amrfstumpend them by wires 'front a gas fixstre or other sup port, their lolln axes being verticle. Theen, if they nre gently turned around once or twice, it will he found that, while the boiled egg continues to turn, thie rinaone conies immediately to rest. This dicllrenco is owing to the fact that the boiled.egg is a solid body, and tlio whole egg-turns; while the raw egg is a fluid contained in a shell, and the. -shell alone is turned byh the twisting of the- nwie, the :fluid remaining station-' Sir Willtm. Thiompson; who devised this and th efollowing expieriments, used it as oiie of the proofs tlmt the' cartli is a solid bidly, and not,= as solme hliav - supposedi a thin crust of rock sur-rouild...

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HEATHERTON. MEETING THIS EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 30 May 1914

HEATHERTON.   MEETING THIS EVENING. A good number of residents of the Heatherton district assembled at the Dingley hall on Saturday last to fur- ther discuss the question of purchas- ing a recreation reserve. At a pre- vious meeting a resolution was ad- opted approving of the acquirement of Mr. Kelly's property, but on Satur- day Mr. Stooke submitted a notice of motion to rescind that resolution. This will come up for consideration at a meeting to be held this evening in the hall, when a proposal to pur- chase another block will also be dis-   cussed. All residents are invited to attend.

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Reserves Wanted THE BENTLEIGH RESERVE. SUBSCRIBERS MEET NEXT THURSDAY WEEK. TO ELECT TRUSTEES. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 6 June 1914

Reserves Wanted TlRE BIENTLLE1GU RESERVE. S SUIBSCRIBERS IEET NEXT. TH:R:: ISDAY 1EER, r0 ELECT TRUSTEES. Fui~theri contributions were received during the week towards the fund for the purchase of Mr. McArthur's pro perty,-off Centre road, Bentleigh, as a recreaton reserve. the Shire Presi dent (Cr. J. B. Ferdiuando) has con vened a meit.ol for 'lhur.dai week ,n the IBentreigh Hall for the purpose of electing trustees of the reserve, so that steps can be taken to raise the balance of ;4100 roquired, which has to be paid as a deposit within a lew days. All residents and subscrib.rs to the fund are invited to attend.. A preliminary meeting of collectors will take place, in order that a return might be shown of the amount re ceived.

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Motor Accident JINKER SMASHED. MOTORIST GOES UNPUNISHED. EXTRAORDINARY MAGISTERIAL DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 6 June 1914

Motor Accident JIINKER t SM.SI:D. 101TOlUST, G0m1} s UNPUNISTIED., EXT'IRAORDINAIIRY - 3A. AISTERIAL DECISION. - Early lait i iostilh a'collision Lio tieeln ii iS otor aiid i jiilker occtriCed. in ll'himpton street; lrigihtoiit aid' oni 'ridav.iweek proceedingis were,tiakeilat 'lihe.: local .cor cnt aailst the imotorist for neglige'it driving. The eovidence iroduceid ~s tlihi police was: conclusive, u't tIhe liagistrates-- C. T. rWilson and l1r.. - A. 'lioi0son-ii is.misaid the case. 1 The decisioIli occassoned- :ailch ss!ri:r;se naid it is , snddirstoold that further action is" contemplated. T'he dtefendant was Cecil: Bateman; woollseesr, of East 31elbdourie, and he aits charge- :with tiliigenly driving a miotori'?ar along tlimlption street on May 2nd. C. Morley, mansager of 3orley's mo tor garage at .Cminbel.well, said that defenduant hired a car : 3almy 2, -and which was ":ttirelil in a" damaged condition. i One, lumili? sas.missing. Imudgisird, brokenh steering Eolumni helt, and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 6 June 1914

Telephone 128 Windsor. Only Address- G.. 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 Cataligues (Post Free) The Nurseries are within three minutes of the Ripponlea Station and Brighton Road Tram Terminus. HOME HINTS ON BUILDING. BUILD WITHOUT DEPOSII', 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-data and modern Villa up to 7 rooms, replete with all conveniences and appintments -repayments as weekly rent, covering Sinterest and principal-the interest re ucing as each payment is nade, 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, and have land in view, I will buy same, and erect a home on the same terms. In case of illness or unemploy ment, payments are sus...

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DIABETES. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 6 June 1914

DIABETES. Diabetes is an extremely dangerous and general fatal disease. The causes of this disease are sometimes traceable to hereditary tendencies, but it is brought on or encouraged -by cating excessive cquantities of vegetable food and drinkingi extravagantly of water. Once set in it is consideral incurable, though its oourso may end ini weelis or years. It is liest kept off or mitigated by abstention fromi muich vegetable food, and by three meals a day of roast beef or mutton, which diet often leads to the most gratifying anmelior ation.' Beer and warm drinks should be avoided -as well as spirits, but a regular allowance;: of good wine is d0 siable.. The premonitory sign being iuvarinl2ly an uiordinate desire to eat and: drink large-i quantities, care should So:talien to guar?d against that ex taveganca ". "-' e:lepliig a'nrsley : Wash the parsley in iplenty of 'cold water; have ready a?ucepanful . of ''boiling, 'salted wut'er. Iropp in the sprigs of' parsley, boil fur tiree mil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 6 June 1914

EICH N 0 ASSURANCE CORPORATION OF LONDON. Accunulatod Fund Exceed £6,090,000. Fire Marine Acoident Workers' Compensation. VICTORIAN B1ANCTI - 31 QUEEN ST., MELBOURNE. J. C. Journeaux, Manager. DISTRICT AGENCIES. BiIG1'l'ON--S. i. Simmonds, Estate Agent, Bay Street. MIDDLE BRIGTl6iON--Connor and Alford, Estate Agents. Church Street. ST. KILDA--Prince and Co., Estate Agents, 256 Iligh Stieet.. SANDhINGIIAM-Round and Co., Estate Agets, Melrose Street. CAULIIELD-I-llarold Looker and Co., opposite Canllield '.tition.: ':: . CAIt)LEN\ALI--Tho`mson andt Collinson, Estate Agents, a;denrale.::'' BALACLAVA--A., E. Forster, Estato 'Agent, 20 Carlisle Street:.: ALL JBARTLETT JNDER . GOVERNMENT FAMILY BUTCHE , SUPERVISION. GLEN HUNTLY ROAD, GLEN HUNTLY. Latest Refrigerator at work on the Premises. Green Bone for Poultry, Daily. Poultry and Rabbits Alwaiys on Hand. Carts Ddily to Orinond, McKinnon Bentleigh, Brighton, Elsternwick, East Malvern, Caulfield, Carneigie, Glen Huntly and Murrumbeena, A...

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