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A Similar Case. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 4 August 1888

A similar Case. Jack, I hear you have gone and done it. Ye., I know ; moat telluws will; Went and tried it once myself, eir, '.'hougtt you seonu ' single util. And you met her--dl cou tell me ? Down at Brighton lase Joy, And resolved to ask the question At a suiree? So did 1, I euppose you loft the ball.room With Ite muice nloe ait light ; For they say love's flame ie bhLghtest In the darkness ut the night. Well, you walked along together, (Overhed, the etarlit sky, Anda 'll ?t--old man, oolnfese it You were frightened. So was I. So you strolled along the terrace, hew cue euamour Iouuullight ouOr All ice radiauoe on the waters An they rippled uu the shore; Till at length you g ihered courage, rVueu you saw that none were nigh Did you draw her close and tell her That you loved her? So aid 1. Well, I needn't ask you further, And I'm sure I wish you j ,y ; Think I'll wander down and see you Wnenyou're married-oh, my boy 7 When the honeymoon is over, And you'reeattled down, we'll trl Wh...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LADIES' COLUMN BARGAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 4 August 1888

.IBi "VIVvA+," B- RG-A?INS. , ., Thoe love ot `hargaine is not confined: to Somen, as men; too, ? delight in getti?g things cheap. .iWomenI, hIuwevor, devote much more time and energy to. b rgain-' hunting than toeosterner sex. We all know the worthy, lady p who will spend a long,' bright day ina' the' pursuit of bargains, and ,eturn home at night, exhausted and worn out, but happy' in the tahobght that she has saved fourpeuce-halfpehny. Bargain-houn iij~iwrould' seer " :to be' i'iii ountir etit'oh amusement, 'wore we 'not told that th. demand for cheaper and cheaper manufao-. unred goods, on hed past of the publio,,lisa direct encouragement 'of :lthe "ewating" system; which system, aooarding to the last annual treport of Mr J.-,A. L.vey ',ohief iospector- under the :Factories -and Shopis Aot, exists to some extent amongst the 'sorking-wcmine'of Melbourni~f' The "e?'vat leg " . system 'lies ' in '?, nutshell. The manager of a factory gives'elit. work. to ~a ountraotor. ,'he contraot...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ACROSS THE OCEAN IN A COCKLE SHELL. (PALL MALL GAZETTE) WHAT A BOLD MAN IS GOING TO DO. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 4 August 1888

AOROSS THE OOEAN IN, A COCKLE SlEtLL. (PALL MALL GAZETTE) WHAT A BOLD MAN IS'GOING TO DO. Mr. William A. Andrews is to start from doston on 18th June for Enogland ino th imailesat oao tbat has ever yet crossel the Atlantic. The experience will not be a.new one to Mr. Andrews, In 1878 he, in cumpaDn with his brother, Aes W, Andrews, aobievtd .orld-wide fame by sailing, in forty.five days, trum City Point, Boston, to the Lizard ii tie liny Nautilus,. a dory of only 15ft heel. ITbt trip across the Atlantic bus been maact by -our small American boata, the Centennial, tCs Nautilus, the New Bedford, and the Litt.e Veastern, all of which were of such dimensionr ctat the trip in each case was a imot dongeroas one. The craft in which Mr. Auorewa will go over is smaller than aiy oi nem. The Little Western was the largest, eing.23lt lnlength and having a bripmrig; l ne James he Centennial, 201t over all, 10ft keel, and 2;(t deep; the New Bedford, 191t 5in:ove all, 13it keel and 41t 4in deep i ...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE YOUNG FOLKS. MY PLUCKY BOY TOM; OR, SEARCHING FOR CURIOSITIES IN INDIA FOR MY SHOW. CHAPTER X.—BUILDING BETTER THAN HE [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 4 August 1888

SOUNGFOLKS.:I MY PLUOKY BOY TOM: i F OR OURIOSTITEB IN' 1WurFOR k'SHIOw.o BvP. 'T. 'BABNUnM. SThe crisis seemed to be at hand. Both Mr.,?o*dkin and Tom Bradford: raised thli rifle and levelled them at the terrible tiger, which stood only a few Riases off, apptrtnilyi a i;'^ ipfohaakiniig'a " ouafd oiretly'at the little bamboo struo:ure, which as the man hadasserted, could have offered no more resistance to his fury' than so much tisahe paper. S. Betore leaping, the beast,, like all :of ,his i kind, iwould squat on°hie'legBe,to0as totgathei ahis muaocls for the terrifio elort Ithati' woild bring him opon the defenders. This premonitory movement was all they were waiting for. The instant the long, gracetil body should sink toward the ground, the two would fire, truating that H-eaven would direct one of the bullest it least through the centre of life and stay the beast, on the threshold, as may be said, ol his assault. " Bdt the tige'rdid not lowerhisbdidy. 'Like rmahy a "great enterpi...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NIMROD, HIS WIFE, AND MARCO POLO'S SHEEP. Sr. PETERSBURG, Saturday, 7th June. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 4 August 1888

SNMROii; : HIS -:WIFE- ALND 'MARCO" POLO'S SHEEP. BY THE PALL MALL (OAzBTTE?e'- SPEIxAL r CoaMmaruIOmIant, ! , o S?. PETR?assuo, Sathrday, 7th Jutes. In all the world there are few persons so interesting to come upon as those whom sondering foreigners style the ' mad English men, apparently in order to distinguish tisu,r 8 rom those ~nglishmen who, being ull an,. B common place, are presumably sane. I have d just interviewed a charming specimen of the 6 tribe who is on the point ot starting for the remotces recesses of Cenital Asia, acCom. , panies by his wifeto, for the sole purpose ol killing a sheep I Mr. S. George Littledate, ot Wick Lill House, Bracknell, was introduced Sto me as a mighty hunter before the Lord, a veritable Nimrod ot the nineteenth century. la his seat at Bracknell he has accumulated a d collection of trophies of sport which can pro r onbly not be equalled, much loes excellea, b) If the collection or any living sportsman. Ptus o .oe last itteen years and more i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 4 August 1888

Improven Pro-pouts in ethe orn c rrauo Our farmers will be pleased to learn that: there are still further signe of improvement in the'corn trade. The ahundance of rain will, without doubt, have agreat deal to do with the pext season's success, as also will the Im, provemeontoin prlcee: Improved machinery. nna made by thl celebrated firm Ransomee Sims, end Jetfllee, will do the rest., Don't buy until you hvo seeen their new Ane. tralastan. thresher, with improved rotary shakers, inoreasedo dressing ,surface, anId t number of other improvements; also the ,now design colonial' portable and other: engines, cnlarged oyliniers, inroeased ptrength thrnughout, eularged -boller rnd ?otetilig "surf.mte, improved faoiliseas for 'oleaniig boiler,\.eafety look-up lire.boix.,and nathspne, Jnbn.Dlnkp tend Son, ugapts, 42 3ourkestreet weest ?elhor,,a. 'l'h,.best house foe pumps pnd ir1llon RIplut,-~(AI VT,) PROSPEOTUS OF : ýi1SE FREELOLD ' "FARMS e-COMPFANY4 -LIMITED ; .(To be Reglsterod Under the....

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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FASHION NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 4 August 1888

FAB?ION NOU1ES. From Paris it is announced that th( "Empie'" " bor?nit,' a shaipe that has Sflat crown and a wide brim, like a halo rooid the face, shrres popularity with the small pointed bonnet to which we have been so long aocus~ comed; but ' I' fanoy''it 'will be sums time before ' Empire" bonnets bccomi common amongst. u. During a visit to tome of the leiding establishments the majority of" `the bonnets "'shown m, were small pointed chapeaux, and the materials employed in their foundation; were legion. Many were of straw, which it is said is to be very popular this season Ssc-etraw oan'now be dyed to exacsly matcl? soy tone. Then there were lasoinating liltle tulle ohapeaiux and jet b:nnets strung. o wire, and bonnets ;in which the gold cm, iiroidered'foundatoios were suggestive of the " thirst for gold" in wearing apparel ithat is said to be on the' increase. Flowers and ribbon loops' predontated in the trimming; snd the bows of to-day are marvels of arsistli skill, while the ...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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CATS AT HOME AND ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 4 August 1888

CATS AT HOME AND ABROAD, In an old Welsh law, 943 A.D., it wasllaid lawn that ''The wormtnof a kltten until i mall open its eyes is one legal penny ; trom nat tmie till it ahall kill mlce, two leaul ,~nutes; alter t shball ill mice, four legal ,jennies; and so it shall semaln*" L Toe penny was worth in those days vers .uuch more than is now is, from which wI uay inter tnal (rimalkine werescaice. ?Pim) Jays must have been their lot, for one oft ou, anu Edwarde made a law foroidding the kill. itg of a cat under pain of death. ucanother w elsh law ordered the following to Je the penalty for killing the king's cat, t cht 4aurdlan of tbe Royal Darn' :-'L'he uftende, eas to pay as much corn as would covert the letnouc animal when held up by the tip of its eil, with lie whiskers touchinog theb floor. In Egypt cats were held especially seacred, .ogether nwth dogs and crocodiles. It a cat lied in an Egyptian house there was great uouranlog, and the inmates had to shbave oil oeltr eyeurows an...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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SEEING WITHOUT EYES. (ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 4 August 1888

SEEING" WITHOUU' EYE8. Br A ST. Louis YounIa, LADY. (sT. LOUIS rPQoT-ISt'ATOII.) Occasionally you find a clairvoyant who is not "in the "bnuiunes," and who makes no pretence whatever to an inordinate fund of enllghtenment.n all topics, good land evil. 1 was the lot of a reporter for the " Post.Dispatch" to make the acqdain tance ol one of the latter class, and during a stiting which extended over an hour's time she showed him marvels of the possibility of.whicoh he never for a moment dreamed. The name of this phenomenon Is Miss Geraldine Twits. Miss Twitt is a pretty end charming little lady, who sometimes onte in the capacity of clerk for a pioto grapher on S~venth street, near Olive, She is twenty-two years. of age, and! her wonderful faculty.for seeing objects without she use of her eyes is as marvellous to herself as her friends, whom she sometimes puzzles and amuses by a display of het peculiar faclties. A student of occultism or some chela of Mme. Blavatsky would pro. oably be...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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HARNESSING NIAGARA. (COURT JOURNAL.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 4 August 1888

HARNESSING NIAGARA. (COURT JOURNAL.) The scheme to harness Niagara, and utilire s part of theimmense power which there has oeen guiog to -waste for ages, is one of the ioldest scbemes yet attempted. The idea is to construct a tunnel from the water level Jelow the falls, about 200it under the high nank of the river, extending through the rock o the Upper Niagara tiver, at a point about one mile above the falls, where a head of 120ft is obtained. The tunnel is then to extend, parallel with the shore of the river, one and a half miler, At an average depth of 100ft, below the sel. ace of the earth, and at a distance of aboul 100OO from the navigable water of the river wtth which it is to be connected by means of ooduts or lateral tunnels. The power is to de obtained from the conduits leading to ,he 'nlin tunnel, and not from the tunnel itself or rem the falls Along the line of the tunnel 238 mills, of 500 horeepower each, can be eatabllshed. The estimated cost of constraou lion of the t...

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ENCOUNTER WITH BEARS IN ALPINE ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 4 August 1888

ENCOUNTER WITH BEARS IN ALPINE ITALY. A contributor to tbe ' Scotsman' writes from Bergamo :-Thebrown bdsr hs. almost vanished from Switzerland. Only in, the Tyrol and some parts of the Eugadioe, where the creeping fr (the pines pumnllo) offers a coaroely penetrable cover, is it yit to be found. In what is called Italian Swi zeriand, in the Bergamasque Alps psr ticularly, it is still, though at rare intervals, to Le met with. The other day shortly before dusk, nerr Mezzoldo, the brothers Paolo and Giueeppe Matrieni, noted momn taineors end sportsmen, were apprised by a goatherd toat two bears were on the prowl in the looali;y oslhd Valle Chinesa. They mmediately took their rifles and starite if in quest of the dietingulaheo visitors. Laey soin Came in si6nei o0 a fine she-bear, and a couple of wellplsaced shots in her hip and spine ailled her out right. The other, a male, rather less for medablo in stature, received one effootive shot, and then rolled down the slope till he came to ...

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ENGLAND CAN BE AND MAY BE INVADED. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 4 August 1888

ENGLAND OAN BE AND MAY BE INVAIDED. Lord Woleeley presided at a lecture given by Colonel Unslo-v at the Royal United do. vice Institution, and in the course of unme remarks declared that there was a coneensue of opinion among generals of the army that ties country could oe invaded and might be invaded. And when a gentleman made a statement ouch as that which had been recently made publicly-that it was impo slble to invade thie country, because it vou d require a fleet of 484,000 tone to bring 100 000 men to our abores-he had no doubt but that that gentleman made that statemtnnt in pertect guud faith, out all no could esa wu, that his information had misled him, ane that in a most oiecreditable manner. 'thrte eas a certain book, called "The Soldier's Pocket Book," with which he bad something to do; and the gentleman who made ,that statement, and those who informed him, it they had looked into that book, would have sen that it laid down that to carry 10C0,000 men required only 150,000...

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THE UNITED STATES OF GREAT BRITAIN. (SAN FRANCISCO NEWS LETTER.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 4 August 1888

PilE UNITED 'ST'ATES OF GREA' BRITAIN. (SAN FRANCISCO NEWS LE?TEB.) .~There has been a movement on foot for some time past throughout the British pos sesseone, which is iiot as clearly understooo by the outside world as it might be, but which is very likely to progress to a point which will compel the attention of the commercial 'nations in' general and of the United tatie, Itb particular. The conference held in JLhndus last year of delegates from all parts of tht Empire was a long step toward the cousum. onation of the purpoees of the movement to which we refer; Toe idea of lederatlou tne,? empire into a union someunal after the model of the United State, has undouutedly taken deep root; i, the minds of some of the soundest tuiuitker to both England and her colonies. It it evident, from many different circumstancse, that the idea is being very killtully ant. "seaiduouely cultivated. Statesmen at h,.,te have, it would seem, tipped the wink ti statesmen in the colonies, and the wured...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 4 August 1888

Do not fIrget, if you fool weak and doproseed, and out of eOrsl, that you have a somedy In DUNBTONI'S COMOPOU ND ISlONaIO of uaNoDElON. this modloloo purlflai the tlOod and tones up the system. It aures Indlignllon and rll forms of llvoer omplaint, nervous woeknesse, out, rhnumatlem, droplical tendenoy, and all diseaeos which have their origin In asilnelaih and disordered liver. Dunstone's Pills are rooomm.sded as a useful family mtdloleo, They lear thes system mod promote mu enjoyable appetlle, Duntpones Dandeoion seoooe, Oe. per bottle ; Dilut -iosaI PFith l poe box, ml all cbomlit.sr(Alom) For roeLodoIg grey or faded heir to Its origlnal DUNdTONB'8 HAIR RENOVATOR It especlily ra'uablo. Thble an elegant toilet preparation, and lover falls to promote the growth and beauty of the nalr ,ad to render itdellghtfully ofit and glossy. If roor har la weak and falling off. Juit try a 9Is, d. lottie, and you will he well plaoned with the resulte o your pulohlee. Bold by all Obemletl througi...

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CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 4 August 1888

CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor.) SI,--Kindly insert the following in explanation. It having come to my knowledge that a Mr. A, E. BiiL ton has stated, that ho.lhad mpy land, corner High ·idnd . ''hmas . streets, Windsor, under offer, I wish to give this my public denial as he had nio authority to do so.' Although I hiad several applicants- the only 'agents whom I `appointed ,to' sell the land were. M?eosrs, Haynes, Boyden and Wilson, of 69 Chapel street, who ario now floating tlhe Windsor Coffee Pal ace Co.--(Signed), GEO. .WILLEY.

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AMERICAN PROGRESS. (FRANK LESLIE'S PAPER.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 4 August 1888

AMERICAN 'iOc*RES8, (FRANK LEsLIE' PAPEB.) Our population,which has passed 60,000,000, is increasing as rapidly an our wisest econu mests desire. Our agricaltural and manufae. turing interests are as flourishing as they have ever been before, when their prosperity has resteud upon a solid and conservative basis. The 131.000 miles of railway in operation in 1881 yielded larger earninge than in 1880. The oaldrtal stock of our railways amounts to over 4,000.000,000dol., and their gross traffin earnings exceed 880,000,000dol. per annum, The most gratifying feature of our railway situation at present is, the success which has attended the combination or noion, through purchase and otherwise, and upon honest condltions, of large numbers of weak and languisabing roads into great syes tesne or trunk lines, by means of whlob merging of diverse interests not only these railway properties, which before were worth. less, have become valuable, but the country through whion these feeble roads ext...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 4 August 1888

The Inventor. The invention of any machine that makes our hard lives easier is u great boon, and the same may be said of the improvement of any article of daily use, such. as soap, which enables the disagreeable washing day to become easy and pleasant. This is done by Ozone Laundry Soap. Large bars now sold by crcry grocer, price. ls. Sole maker John Sutherlanid Melbbourne, YANDELL'5 DIARIIHcEA MIXTURE the minst efficacious preparation for this com plaint quickly relieves and restores they system to its natural coxdition.-(Advt.) ' J. G."' YArD~ LL Consulting Herbalist 82 Chapel street Prabran. Consultation Free -(Advt.) NERVOUS. l.sN, young and old, married or single suffering from Nervous Debility, Premature Decay, Loss of Manhood, Vital Power, and all diseases of the Genito Urinary Organs, may obtain, free, a valuable treatise by an eminent Surgeon, containing ,full informa tion regarding .self-treatment, by applying by letter to Box 1081, G.P.O., Sydney, Sigh No More, Ladies ! C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 4 August 1888

'Special. PLEASANCE'S SPECIAL TINCTURE OF PODOPHYLLIN The best remedy yet discovered for Biliousness, Bilious Headache, Constipatisn, Heartburn, Indigestion, and all Maladies arising from a sluggish Liver. 'PLEASANCE'S SANTONIA WORM ilda SYRUP A Never-failing Preparation for Removing: and Destroying Round or Thread Worms in Adults and Children. Should any of the .symptoms briefly given belowbenoticed, the presence of WYotms can be safely concluded :-R?estless ness, irritability, grinding the teeth atnight,starting dur ing sleep. picking the nose, dark rings ,_. under the eyes,xariahle -apzetate, . SOI IN t:BOTTLES 2s. EACH. Typhoid Fever ! The Homoeopathic Remedy for Typhoid . Fever,. . 'PLEASANCES' SPEIIAL TINCTURE OF BAPTISIA. The presence of Typhoid, Enteric, Gastric,: or Colonial Fever, as the disease is variously termed, is becom ing alarmingly on the increase in this colony. The atten tion of the public is drawn to .the value of the above . remiedy, either as ,preventivP or., ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 4 August 1888

Colleges and Schools. " FINIS CORONAT BRIGHTON L IE ,COLLEGE (" Ellesmnere,") ST. ANDREW STREET. Near the Tewn Hall PRINCIPAL: IRS.'S. 'HAINES, (Late of Clifton Hill Ladies' College), For several years teacher lunder the Board of Education, 7Assisti~d byI MI'S S'1AE;. COX.... English Literature and Mathematics,: i S. GRENFELL, B.A., L.L.B. French and German, . HERR OTTO MULLER.. Drawing and Painting, -J. F. JONES, -Es;..... . Pianoforte, T. J IH.AM G1?ND, EsQ., . MIss BURKITT, R:A.M:; MRs. ORR, and Miss A. E., OX MIssEs DICK and MOON._ Resident Governess: MISS A, E. COX. TERMIS (Payable in advance) Day Pupils : - Englishl(as below), also Languages One and half to Four Guninens per Term Resident Pupils (under 12 years): English (as below), also Languages,.,i Music, andPriinting Twelve Guineas per Termu Resident'Pupils" (o.er 1'yeirs) English (as below), also Lannguages,` SMusic, and Painting Fifteen Guineas per Term ENGLISH' in'dti i arious branches com prises Rending,-WrViiting, -Ar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 4 August 1888

.i...., ,i ; ~.'.;... Special: Avertisements PiLLOT AND WOODMASON, :10 Chapel .Street, 10 ":' ..PRAHRAN, ... .TWO... OS NORTH OF COFFEE TAVEERN. -THE- . CHEAPEST FURNITURE WAREHOUSE : .IN--- ta il ula · : South Yarra,Prahran, 'Windsor and St. Kilda. . How to Furnish a 3-roomed Cottage for S £13 18s., for net cash : Dining-room Colonial Sofa, with Squab and Bolsters . ... . .... ... £1 7 6 Cedar Chiffonioro Safe, Polished 1 6 0 Six Cane Chairs ... ... .. 1 4 0 Round Table ...... ... 0 12 6 Table Cover ...0... 0 5 6 .Fender and Irons . .. ... 0 12 6 Matting to cover room ... 0. 010 6 Hearth Rug ..: 0 6 6 Cornice Pole and Brackets 0... O11 6 Slip Mat ... ... 1 6 , Bedroom Fallsize Beadstead... ... 1 1010 Palliasses . '. ...: ... 0 11 0 Full-sized Flock MIattrass ... 0 18 6 Flock Bolster ... ... ... 0 6 0 Fw\io Flock Pillows ·... .- . - 0 4-- 0 Wash Stand, with Towcl.liail ..,_.. 9 6 Dressing Table , ... 0 8 0 Full-size Toilet Set ... ... 0 10 6 One Cane Chair .... ... ... 0. 0 Toilet G...

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