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Governor La Trobe's cottage, near the M.C.G., will be in its best pos sible condition during the Olympic Games, Mr. Horace Bedggood said yesterday.
Mr. Bedggood, chair man of directors of Bedggood and Co. rty. Ltd., shoe manufacturers, saiil his firm owned the land and what was left of the cottage.
He was commenting on a reader's letter to The Argus which said the cottage was in a sorry condition.
"We have left the building there as an an tique for people to see, and naturally it looks like an antique," Mr. Bedggood said.
"Architects tell us It would fall down if we interfered with it too much,"