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CORRESPONDENCE. We do not necessarily endorse the opinions of our correspondents. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MERCURY. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 27 November 1875

CORRESPONDENCE. We do not necessarily endorse the opinions of our correspondents. , TO THE EDITOR or THE MERCURY. Sir.--In eferenceo to.the cae "Frank v, Maplestonie,". 'tried 'at 'Heidelberg on 'the 16th inst., alldw me to state'that I delivered to C. Maplestone? to his order, half a ton of first-class -feed hay on the 9th Septemniber last, the month following I delivered him an account of it, and on the lst November I called for the 'account.' 'Now be it known that from the 9th September to the lst November I received no cominplaint of it, and the delivery ticket.was properly,signed when the. hay iyas" delivered in good order and condition, bht when I asked for the account I was told thd.t the hay I sent was dirty stinking 'ubbish; and' that he '(C. 3faplestono) would not pay the account.. iI stated that, ; senti him good sound hay, first quality,, and would he be kind enough to show me so'ni of it and he .said that it was all used. 'No', Mr. Editor,' I ask if that was fair to me ...

Publication Title: Mercury
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POETRY. BEYOND JORDAN. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 27 November 1875

., POETRY... BRE YOND' OR1DAN. Br JOHOATH MILLE." indthey came to him, mothers of Judah, " Dark.eyed and in splendour of hair, Bearing down over shoulders of beauty, -And bosoms half hidden, half bare; And they brought him'their babes' and boe sought him : . Half kneeling, with suppliant dir, To bless the.brown cherubs they, brought him, With'holy liands laid'intheir hair. Then reaching his hands he said, lowly, "''Of such is My Kingdomn;" and then . Took the brdwn little babes in the holy' .White hands of the Saviour of men; Held them close' to his heart and careoss'd , them, ,Put hie face down.to theirs as in prayer, Pat their hands to his neook and so bless'd them,' . With baby hands hid:in his hair.

Publication Title: Mercury
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A DISTRESSING CASE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MERCURY. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 27 November 1875

A4 DISY1RBsSING CAS E. TO T1a IDITOp~ OF TIE XmEICUBY. Ia-Allow me ,through the columns of your valuable paper to drtaw the attention of the chlaritably disposed to a real case of destitution. On making inquiries the fol lowing dppear to be the facts: A poor woman who resides in Rupert street, has recently lost her husband leaving her and.a fanilly of fodir dependent on- her efforts for support. She struggled nobly on for the sake of her charge till disease and death stopped in and rendered her home a scene of desolation. Out of a family of .four Scarlet Fever' has done its fatal work,' and yesterday one of the four lay in a corner dead, another almost in the same condition, dropsy having set in, while a third has boon attacked with the fell destroyer. To make matters worse, the poor.woman has neither money nor means of any description and has only within the last three days been confined. This picture of.want and woe are grouped together in a small two-roomed house, and were it not...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 27 November 1875

A 6otioneer, ' i EO. RUSEALL, " .. I]47 GERTRUDE ST. `';i FITZROY; .co. Agent for the Vi otoria Insurance Company. Freehold Property for Sale or to Let. ;.,.'GEORGEr., MAY,: Sad dlp, Collar, ,and Harness Matir, r3809 SMITH STREET, FITZROY. Sr.:. Rsepairs i oons oDeasonable terms.'. R.. SIMPSON, . WIOLESALE CONFECTIONERi 142.JOHNSTON ST., FITZROY;i Boot''and Shoe '.Maker, 236 1 ELLINGTON STREET, ~ n' cOLt?1Nawoob. T.L. resPeotfuilly, ?olicits a share of your patrontrge. i*Rniirs :ieatlr and prominptly S executed., n.ay; , oQ.rn;: an, d :roduce. De: aler, CORNER''OF WEILINGTON.& GIPPS.STS;, iUPEROR :'cJHA P always, on, ' iiZ,:a; ao SPot:. PPlants,. Bouiquets,; etc. BM.EL 3~j:EL ' 8 OCELBRATE,... z AIR CLEANSER, For removing Nitsiand all uncleaniliness o the hair, containing no. mineral or noxious ingdients.' One trial .ill'convince: all' of its effeotiveosis.. . I IPREPAIED ONLY BY .'CHEMI,ST, ., . F4 4 E 4 .ST., E1 ERALD HILL: 6 1d'in 1i ttes-'at- Ie and 2s. each. wo"' .5ESAL...

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HEAVEN-MADE MARRIAGES. (QUEEN) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 27 November 1875

FHEA VEN-MADE _MARRIAGES. "MARRIAGES are--made in heaven," says the old proverbi :'" VWel ' if 'so," remar'ks a crusty flfied oi?, f.oir?, Iwho has .had l,,no- experpnce, of ;eonnubial bliss, , 'they are awfully marred in coning down."' Now we take =it as a rule that: aiby on owho?'coffd' ati married lifei show's a wanit of ,soiindj 'sili' either head or.heart, .;. . ~ But after;all, our friend, though he liinks with Saint--a fine judge he mIdst iave been,; fortootlil-Frianies of' Sales, that marriage .is a;cepeless imortifi cation, does not impugn?Providence for this, but lays the fault Upon' 'its earth ward 'tt'ansit' In :'this; then;' ho 'is beteir" tlhian they who iiSopt' ",'h ir r evoient old ; saying which ,,tells those ivho have enteredinto matrimony, "If marridges,are ?ade in'hea'ven; you had brit few friends the b. CeriMtainlylwhe..e lool aie dark side of .wedlock, .d note: what vile' motives are frequ'ently'at work'td bring' it about; and !the meries" 'which oftenr reiiUlt...

Publication Title: Mercury
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CHAPTER XVIII. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 27 November 1875

CI?APTER XVIII : IT was earily in the spring; and Layton was traversing alone, the ' rough k and hilly tract of country lying ,between the cattle run and the lhiad'station 'at Hunter's Creek. "'It ?ih probably" trde, in-soine cases at ,leat,. that I" a mn is never, so. little alone, as .when.,, ,is alone;" and-we shall glance briefly at some of 'tlie ubjects of Fr nk's solitary 'communings, as, wrkppje in them, he left the horse h,ostrbode?, pursue, its .own pace, and to&'take, care of its own steps., For, just then, Fraink was 'in a tlihoughtfui mood. We. trust we have so: far' succeeded as to, represent our. he'ro, .as a; young man of honest intentions and industri-. ous habits, with a good share of perse verance ,and courage. Let us add to this, that; Frank was a. young man of "respectable acquirements"-a ;:con; venieit' 'enough. praise, sufficiently elastic 'and contractive also to fit eithiert 'a peer,or.a ploughman, : to say. notiing of an Australian bushman, who may b...

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FITZROY—THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 27 November 1875

FITZROY-TfunsoDAY, Nov nsasE 25. Before Mossrs. Templeton, P.M., Tahoney l ayoi), Marsden, Woodhead, '. Kidi?do " ,. Francods Ewnlng, charged with" boi?g drunk aiid 'disorderly, was discharged. " Johni Charles, brought up as a vagrant,' •ias remanded-for.sevenuays..--. Wi illiam Birown( brought,. before the 4eonch'as a -deserted child, was ordered to be sent to the Industrial School. ! Ann Williams, for :vagranoy,' ieooived a iontcnce of fourteon days in gaol,' ,, Town 'Inspector v. Conorun.-Two- ad journed casbh "The v defendant ' in these dases was charged with having ndgleoted to . omply:with . certain orders' of the Local card of Health. After hearing the evi' euce, thoebench inflicted a fine of .2; with, £2 2s. costs, for the first offence,-and a fine f 20s.,;:without costs, for the second. Willis'v. Power.--Claim. for £3'10s, for goodsa sold- ::and' delivered; Order :for amount?,and 5s. costs: : MoMahon' v..3 "oMahonh.--Maintenance. No appearancd ' Boyd v, Albry. laim' for £2,...

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TOWN OF FITZROY. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 27 November 1875

TOWN OF FITZROY. fENERAr. STATPEMENT prepared in U accordance with the provisions of the Local Govcrnment Act, 1874. RATES AND ASSESBMENTS MADE. S0Ii ccouit of Town' Fund Amount of :Assess I mont, ... ... £133461, Less Appeals ... , 170 Rate made Jan. 11, 1875,'at 10id, in the 4 on' £123201 £5831 0 7. On account of Loan Funcd Rate made Dec. 17, 1872, at ljd. in'th' i onthoAsseess ment, biing a 'recurring rate under the provisions of See, 245 of the Boroughs' . Statute ... ... 3054 11 8, " 4 8886 1 4 SAVAILALE.s ASSs, ' (EsTIMATED) On accouit of Towni Fund Arrears' of General rates, -East Division ... : ..r £74: 1 68} 'West"Division .. ' ... 131 18. 1i. Rent of Weighbridge for Sop. ,26 ,.5. 0 Northcote Toll ,, ,, 28 5 6 Police Coirt Fines ,, ,, 11 6 0 Half progresse payment' due : from Melbouirne for Niohol son street , ..;.... .... r."108 0' 31' Flagging.. . 190 10,10 Due from Loan Fund for p*ro . 'portion of Salaries ... 362 11 3 .41194 8 } On' account of .Loan Fund- Areoare. of .S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 27 November 1875

GENERAL NOTICE. TIHE Mercury is published over4,Saturday 'LMorning. Persons wishing to.havo.the paper regularlty delivered at their place of business or residence will be charged is. per, quarter, payable in advance; by postles. Gd. per quarter. , The quarter commoened'on the' fhit'Sat urday in the months of December, March, June, and September. The Editor will be obliged for inform-' ation--morop. oepgialy, .relating. ,,to ,local . iSOALE FOR: ADVERTISING. 13tiineqs Cards,. pea.quarter, from ... 7a...d, Oliloial and Election Advertisemehts, .. each insertion, per inch . ..... 2s. Gd. Want 'places, Servants, Houses and Land foi Sale or to Lot{ Articles for Salb' or Exchange, Miscel laneous, Misin Frionds, &o., Os..,Gd. Notices of 'Births, Deaths, and Marriages ..i.... ... 1. Od. I''o A AvxDVEurisii otic to' iutCdidra Mi advcertisencnts must be given in writing. f II'E Mercury can be obtilined from any of ý: the-,following agonts:.-Subscriptlbn ils, lier quarer, `G. CAnu?crj ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 27 November 1875

CRICKET I CRICKET ! CRICKETI : ' I) O G TOI ViO1 , . i2) iLIý O iB 1 1i. "i 8, W IOEEA AND RITAML TOY ,& -FANCY REPOSITORY, 218,,Spiitli ,t. Collingwood. For cricket tjat, stumps, baills toys, dolls, work-bbtos, writing deslks, ,coneortinas, ladies'- bags, c6mpanions,.,"gentle~iedba leather: bags,. travelling' bags,; statiobery, pursbs, combs, brushware; hosiery,;habor dashory, berlin wool, and fancy go6b~o of every. description. All kii lB of wool goods made to ;rder., Berlin wool 4d. per dozen. Storekeeers and'hawkers supplied. TIJLLETT' & Co., (LyJe: o/agllngieneI)·) Opposite the Bowlng Green, LYONX:,; STREET, Blussesp esthe door everyfwminutes. ]! r ' ro ,mtfl , treet. , ,'C' ,Fare" L ieepence. .. 5 HENRY .J.R.; LEWIS, 198 &'200 YOUNG ST., FITZROY, " (Off Johnsrton' street).. H. L. Is prepared to conduct funerals in town andcountry jhtthe lowest possible rates tosfxitallo-assesi f1earses,Afourning Coaches, hif fun'darequisites aas on the premises, ," TRh ...

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FRANK LAYTON. (AN AUSTRALIAN STORY.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 27 November 1875

PFRANK LAYTON. (4AN AUBTLALIAN 'STOnRY.) BY G.' E.' AiRGEANT. 1 iaor 'LE r ,UI itoui.') Ta' offei-ed hand :was: taken.' " I don't know what old scores. you can mean,i Mr. Bracy," he ,said;; ". but ;let that pass noyv;" and he, rode forward towards the stockyard, thinking --ff we may', venture : to : uess at tioughlts which wer~"'nevoeri exprossed-ithat it would b' better to submit quietly to the- impliciation :.Mr. Bracy's words. contained. than' to demand an : explana tion wivhic ,might .have been,; attended with awkward results. ,The reader, will remember that ;Mr., ?fWM o'iI'h coinsiciencei was not a very clear' one; tlihat his preseiie was an' act either 'of bravddo or 'of deep craft; 'that: he wasr ignorant i,of ',the,, precise. degree: !of information ~gS., Bracy, might have, ob tained of the dishonest practices of lhim self and.hl partner; and itmay liejudg d that he wvai'well eiiough'coniteitetd ,&ithl jthe° 'filllind?nitylhisiiiijuridd'.enoigh iour hnd been pleased ...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 27 November 1875

LOCAL NEWS.   We have pleasure in infbrniing the friendd of'the Rev. T. F. Bird,' that his health is. muoh improved; but not sufficiently to war rant him entering on his duties. The "Licensing bench for Fitzroy will sit on Thursday next, that for Collingwood, on the Tuesday following. Mr, Grut has again taken the manage.' moht of tho'E. 8. and A' C. Bank,.Gertrude street, Fitz..y.:.., . The Town Council of Collingwood have forwarded' an application' to the''Gbvern-' ment authorities to constitute the Towni of Collingwood a city. .. The Templestowe State school has been closed in consequence of the prevalence of scarlet fever in the neighbourhood.       .'The'foundatioin stone of the new wing now, in progress of erection at St. ,Joseph's, church, ,Otter street,, Collingwood, will be laid on December 19th, . by .Archbishop Goold. The police have instructions to assist the' School Board of Advice in eniforcing the compulsory clauses o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 27 November 1875

Public Companies.     COMMERCIAL BANK OF AUSTRALIA, LIMITED. COLLINGWOOD BRANCH.     The business of this branch is now con- ducted in the new premises,   246 & 248 SMITH STREET. General Banking Business transacted in all its branches. Interest allowed on Deposits at the follow- in rates: THREE MONTHS ... 3 per cent. SIX MONTHS ... 4 " TWELVE MONTHS ... 5 "   DALLAS FALCONER, Manager. COLLINGWOOD POUDRETTE (Guano and AMMONIA COMPANY (Limited Registered. Capital, Nominal £7000. In 7000 shares of One pound. Payments- 2s. 6d. on application, 5s. on allotment, and liable to calls of 2s. 6d. per month as may be required.     Prospectuses, testimonials, and rules may be had at the office, over No. 1 Collins street east. This company is formed to carry out in the above district the patented process of Messrs. Hesse and Rummel, for disposing of and utilising animal excreta, as nig...

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BULLEEN, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 22. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 27 November 1875

BULLEEN, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 22. The adjourned Annual Meeting of this Council was held on the above date. Present—The President, and Crs. Laidlaw, Smedley, Hoare, Kent, and Delaney. The accounts, balanced and audited up to 30th September, showed—receipts, £1973 17s. 4d.; expnditure, £1469 19s. 11d.; balance in bank, £503 17s. 11d. THE AUDITORS' REPORT. The Auditors reported that the books had been kept in a manner that reflected the highest credit on the Secretary. Moved by Cr. Laidlaw, seconded by Cr. Smedley—" That the accounts as read be approved and adopted." Carried. Moved by Cr. Kent, seconded by Cr. Smedley—" That a vote of thanks be awarded to our Secretary for the manner in which he has discharged his duties." Carried.       SPECIAL MEETING. A special meeting was held immediately after the close of the annual meeting, the same Councillors being present.   PROPOSED BY-LAWS. Cr. Kent, pursuant to notice, moved— " That clauses 1...

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MELANCHOLY AFFAIR IN THE BAY. THREE LIVES LOST. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 27 November 1875

MELANCIOLY AFFAIR IN THE BAY.   THREE LIVES LOST.   A sad calamity is, reported from, Schnapper Point. On Saturday evening two little boys, named Arthur and Rudolph Kirk, aged respectively eight and six years, sons of the barman atSears' MorningtonHotel, were missed from their home. A search was made for them, but without success. On Sunday morningit was discovered that a flat-bottomed dingy was missing from the beach, andit was subsequently ascertained that the two boys had been'seen playing in it about nightfall. It was too evidently the case that the boat had drifted with the boys out into the bay, and as Saturday night was cold, wet, and rainy, their recovery alive was scarcely hoped for. These fears, it will be seen, were only too well founded. During Sunday the coast was searched far and near, Mr. Sears' boat manned by wil- ling hands, playing a prominent part. No   trace of the unfortunate children, however, could be found. On Monday mor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 4 December 1875

G. oooz.. R. , KR! S H· A W. Family Groceiar r and' oion erchat; iODDILPE 8TREET (corqer Gpa pst.et)? , Pdriilies 4calfed on for ordeiV. t*1,r''_ Eggs and Presh Butter from beet dairies. THOMAS COLES, ,j Cheap Family Groceyr, ..9G ELGIN ST., CARLTON. gpise and Land:. Agent;" "'"' .T . '.: Tyal u FAMILY G OO;E' AND WIN & SPRIT MERCI NT' Corner o " Well/ingtn '& Langridge St.,? Lately occupied by A. E. DOWNIEr,.; P.A.D., from hbis success inthe past, and long and varied experience as Tea, Dealer,.: andWinea.'diSpidFHtMprohant,, .r,,.· :v s,,i, CHALLENGE8 COMPETITION..t.-,3, N.B.-Wine. & .irii,.," o,'hoic i?,;ta - T'he ,Junctidn. Ohep roch: M N. .;BALLANS, :: ? Test' (De er, Grodei, , And Provision 'Merchant,; Corner JYoung ,& Webb sta , zitzrtzy,. . a'ie of.4o. 1. The dotio; Ohoap G'aar' Ma.t;s 14. WIN$STO.NE':.' ' ;; De'aler; : Grocer,' Jr ;?,ff' alowsi. ~c"??uR , . ....N Corer 'Youing and ' Webb ,tre'ts SI.a.o , . -r. , '87 " Ri i?TkiCK' STREET, ' uW'...

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CHAPTER XVIII. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 4 December 1875

OHIAP'TER XVIII. ON entering, the6 valley of Hunter's Cireek, Layton hiad, spread before' hiin, a very good and sufficient reason why the farm-house and numerous buildings composiig' its hoinestead had been reared ? .t ia considelrable.distanice from thie itram. In ordinary times, as we have before stated, this stream wound ini~i 7 quiet'-u ruent "through' the valley, stit was.` shallow `"enough to be eaily aidsid?sfely 'frdible through its , whole couiree. u=But, now.- a thick, turbulent current, swollen' with previous heavy rain in the mountaini region whence the cieek issued,' had o verflowed, the shelving banks, and encroacled on the adjoining. pastures. There was nothing extraordinary in this, however. Frank himiself, had witnessed 'a similar inuin diIto~ 6if'the' valley during the rainy season of the preceding aiitumn; and without staying to admire the watery prospect, he pushed on briskly towards the farm, which lay before him at half a 'mle's disti'ace, .. He. did Inot reach...

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CHAPTER XIX. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 4 December 1875

OIIAPTER XIX. Tnz hospitality of the Australiard squatter is proverbial. The stranger seemed to be awaroe of this; and without any lengthened apologies, a short lalf~ hour sufficed to plaeoo him, in dry garments, by a blazing fire in the kitchen of the station, attacking witih vigour a dish .of smoking rashers; flanked . on one side by home-madd bread, and, on the other, with a hugd steaming pot ofttea. Nor was he alonei Frank had also borrowed a change of raiment; and, having transacted wltl his employer the business which had brought him from the outsattion, lhd was joining in the gbsorptiofi of the viands, In~ waiting the final clearing up of the storm before venturing on his return. Instead of clearing up, however, the storm, after a short and trenchorous lull, returned with redoubled violenco; and the short dusk of the Australian day almost suddenly usheored in a darki moonless; and starless night, only lighted up at intervals by broad and vivid fiishes of lightning, while 'the...

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AMBER. (COPE'S TOBACCO PLANT.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 4 December 1875

(cars's ronaco iPLANT.) AMBnR is fori?ed by the pith (medulla, or marrow) which flows from trees of the pine species, as gum flows from the cherry-trees and resin from pines. It is, first of all, a liquid which bursts forth in abundance; then it is congealed by the cold, or by the heat, or by the sen, when the great tides rise and sweep it from the islands. At all events, it is thrown on the coasts, and it seems to swim with the waves, and not go to the bottom.. Our incestors, thinking that it was the sap (succus) of a tree, called it, on that account, suacinum. What proves that amber is the product of a species of pine, is that when rubbed it exhales an odour like that of the pine, and that when set on fire it burns after the fashion, and with the scent, of a resinous torch. It Is convoyed by the Germans Into Pannonia (Hungary) chlolly; thence the Vonotl (Venotians), whom the Greeks calloed Ieneti, who are in the immediate proximity to Pannonia, and who live round the Adriatic'Sea,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 4 December 1875

S St: Mar's Church,,, 3rIr ,"# : FITZROT. A SALE OF GIFTS . .And Grand Promenade Concert Will be hold in the TOWN. HALL,, FITZROY, on the 14th, 16th, and 16th December, in aid of the Tower and Spire Fuud.,: Town Hall, Fitzroy. GRAND BALL " On.'OXING NIGHT1 ; DECEMBER 27TH. d, +, . : i, "?,J.;.GREENOUGH; M.C. (1 H. GREENE' has purohased Messrs. ."A"IKINGIBROS; &r Co.'s':Wood' -end Coal business, 227 Smith street, Fitzroy,. and is alone authorised to collect moneys on behalf .of thlv late firmi'' Mr: William Watson'has no further connection with the lusiness.:- ', .December 2nd,:1875,', TIHE FITZROY IMPERIAL ORICKET J,: CLUB withdraw, all matches for the Season, on account of being' combindd with a Cus Club. .. J.F. BAIN, Sec. IPECIAL NOTICE.-THE NEW PODO S' PHYLLIN LOZENGE now 'ready. A!ll unpleasant' taste removed. Chemists Druggists, or wholesale, by S. CAPPER, 64 Flinders lane west. ('91A TRUST 'MONEY TO LEND : 3UUU on Mortgage,'in one or more sumse. Interest Moderate. ' M...

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