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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 642 words
  3. Brighton's Band.

    Brighton Band went to Daylesford on Monday (Foundation Day) to compete in the band contest at the Daylesford Hospital Carnival. The ...

    Article : 224 words
  4. Police Courts.

    The first cases under the ,recently adopted municipal move on were before the count on Tuesday, hen' Win: Higgns electrician in the ...

    Article : 550 words
  5. Red Cross.

    The Brighton Red Cross Soci[?] will resume work at the Town Hall on Tuesday, February 5th. There is room in all the departments for [?] ...

    Article : 36 words
  6. Bowls.

    The contest for the championship of the Brighton, green saw some great games in, the concluding stages Cochrane and Rendle having defeated ...

    Article : 315 words
  7. Our Schools.

    "Vincit Qui So Vincit"—He conquers who conquers himself—is the motto of the Firbank Church of England Girls' School at Brighton. and ...

    Article : 855 words
  8. Yachting.

    On account of the Geelong Patri[?] Regatta, which is always held A. N. A. week end the only race at the end of the Bay last Saturday was the ...

    Article : 584 words
  9. Cricket.

    The annual picnic of the McKinnon C.C was, held on Monday 28th January 1918, at Ricketts Point The morning opened out nice and ...

    Article : 440 words

    The annual tourney for clubs in the Moorabbin district was' played on Saturday and Monday on the Cheltenhanm green, and resulted in -a win ...

    Article : 88 words
  11. The Southern Cross

    The Brighton Swimming Club for many years occupier a premier position in the State, but of late it has fallen away until it now practically ...

    Article : 2,524 words
  12. Municipal Finance.

    The finances of the Shire Council are in a very serious condition as the overdraft at the Bank has reached 13.000, or within £1100 of the ...

    Article : 458 words
  13. Correspondence

    W. T.C. Kelly writes:—Dear Sir,—Will you please afford me a little space in your columns to ventilate a matter of improtance to the Black ...

    Article : 413 words

    Church of Engaland—Chel[?]—11 (H.C.), Rev. C. C. Macmichael; 3, (Children), Rev. C. C. Macmichael 7. Mr. J. Carter, Dingley—11.45 Mr. ...

    Article : 38 words

    "Interested" writes:—Sir,—Your response to my, letter of last week has, I am sure, provided a treat for your many readers, no less than for ...

    Article : 86 words



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