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THE ROBBERS OF THE ROCKIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 18 August 1888

THE ROBBEBB 0? THE ROOKIES. Dr J3. Cameron Lees gives, in the July numbe of " Good Words," an account of his experiences last Iovember, when the train in which he crossed the Rocky Monn'aine on his way from Ban Lrancisco toNew York fell into the hbanda of robbers. He writes: "There were a good many carriages in the train, and the' Pullman' in which I travelled bad about twenty passengers. We were very sociable, and time paseed quickly. As soon as it was dark the berths on each side of the car were made up by the negroattendant,the heavy urtaine drawn, end we all went tobed. I had ben altias soandly w when I was w at in the morning by the train being brought suddenly to a standstilL Being in the lower berth, I bad the advantage of having a window to look out of. As there was no railway station visible, and the train showed no sign of going on, I became convinced that some thing was wrong, andawakened my travelling companion in the opposite berth. As he was oartially dressed, he said ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE YOUNG FOLKS. MY PLUCKY BOY TOM, OR, SEARCHING FOR CURIOSITIES IN INDIA FOR MY SHOW. CHAPTER XIV.—TOM LOSES NO TIME. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 18 August 1888

E OUI'ýG.FOLKS MY PL3OKY;BOY TOM, OR, SEAROS'ING FOR2OURIOSITIES IN INDIA FOR MY SHOW. v ?r '8t P; T: Bassen1 CaKRTE r XV.-Tou LooES So TIxE. A few words ore Uncemo.ry to explain why I ent i y young friend, Tom Bradford, the cablbgrat that was published io the preeed. inag hpter-. SLooking back over m- long expericnco ce hbowman, it will tbe .dmittcd :1lat I have bn? pupiraed with pincuijr persistency by Meoeone of the most fearful enomies of mano In the'month of r·cembbr, 1877, sly rsummer resideoce, Iraniatan, on Long a!land Sound, near Bride-port, wa conaumed, w.ito a direst loss to me of more than 1~OGOdol. In July, 1S85, while I was engaged in makiog s peech in the Connecticut Legislature, a telegram was handed mo announcing that my American Museum, corner of Ann street nd-dBroadway, was burz=n' . I Iniehed my speech without anyone not:-ing any unusua! emotion6n nmy part, and then weCt down to Newr"York to view the ruins. The Muoseum at that time was netting e yearly locome of ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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THE IMPROVED [?] (SAN FRANCIS [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 18 August 1888

THE'IM t VED P ,, .- ai-,?o o ) rL,) The haen f anenom.d obs.ee for the trians aissoiii of messages itot anovel ides, having beea in use mines 1&3.. The esytem in that conatry0 however. tias not been materially mproved upo asincma it." adoption nou even to t ooeentday its uOefulness is limited .t vending met:acee anO pacoel. in straight lines besteeu given poinse. It bas romained for an Amiurican to horoughly remodel the Ides, and by combining electricity with the air preseure power employed abroad, bring to a etate of pertection a systemr of aewtchang offl Smoteagca at will from the main tube at any -:mna desired as complete a? it is wonderful , s' c 3service in Londen is cunfined to tao ..useimtelon of telegraph me.s.gee. Theto r'3eo 'neied in the tubes in -crriers,' beiug , i..p!!o in one direction by compressed air and o-awn tn the other direction by raretsc. tian of air in the tube. 7t is estimated that inI tondon and the provinces there are 129 * tubes, of a total leng...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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THE LADIES' COLUMN ABOUT BREAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 18 August 1888

'rHE LADIE8' COLUM ABOUT BREAD. SBread is the staff of lifae" says Swift -i tie'" Tale of a Tub." .This saying has beer repeatel until it bha .iforce of Sn axiom, and the woman whob? breakfasted f while bread and but ly believes th, I she haslea lgtkhtg'Iie? pplyof the " eat of life." "'.Wl sontaine all tbe neessary elementi for?tho support of the human frame, andl life may be continued o'. wheat alone for an indefinite oriod, with the solo additions of good water and air. Dut before wheas becomes white bread it undergoes a transformation that robs it of almost two thids of its escacy. Swift alludes not to white broad, but to bread made of whole meal or unbolted whoat. . hole m:al bread in the olta of life. A grain of wheat coue t,.ins, in its natural stlat, fourteen party of water, .b .:t eventy of carbonates or fat r?-:n--; food, about fourteen parts of nitrates or -ner'o-maL-ing ',cd, and about two parts of phosphates or food for the brains and nerves. The part thatcontalns the m...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 18 August 1888

URBAT'S FLUID MAGNESIA partiulotdney tono aal as a p!easlng eedative and spedlent oIn til sue of Irrltanlon and acidity of the stomach. psa. lealrly during pregnanoy. feobile copPlalnt, te fantle disorders, or sea l~knee. It ? pedlly removr earbaurn sold erectatUons, orregular dgatlon. . ever fatl to compose the stomach In a few mnlateb after any czocua a a loton for the mouth it rweetens the brsth, and the Magnesia sdersn tI teeth om at str. MURBTRAY FLUID MAGNBa aimotolnaclably inececds In nemovlng tbhe spme bndacrhee, and gant rco engho to which delicate pmron ane sbjet fr-om-adtty ofi the es a &UTIONW.Please obserre the gastorn d . b rv.etrva on every label old by all oihd??n For restooleg grey or faded h.ir to its origma DUNdTONIE' HAIR I BNOVATOR s- e?pnacia?i raluable Thla is an elegant toletO preparatloe, ad never flle to promote the growth and beasty Of t~ hatr and to render It delghltfuy soft and gloye. U I youe hatlr Isweak ad aillagot. just ey stn. battle, and ye...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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HOW BISMARC[?] WOR[?]S THE PRESS. (MR. STEAD IN THE PALL MALL [?] No. 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 18 August 1888

HOW DB(STARC' WCE _S THE PRESS. (ten.- CcgAD et TptE 'Alt. izAr.L _') The most marvellous example of the re mult' which can be attained under the Germnan system 0f' presianobling at home and of journaliatio idiotoy abroad was the European soare produeer by the alleged concentration of Russian troops on the German frontier. As a matter of- fat; there was no such concentr.tion. The Bussian Government had moved 4.000 troops from Moscow to Warsaw. That was the solit(ry and 'slender substratum of fact,- which las of hoarse perfectly well known to the German war eroe. But it so happened that 'ai that time rince Bise marok, for reasons beet known to himself, was anxious. to secure, with the moral sanction of Earope and-the unanimous vore of the Reichstag, the addition of 700,000 men to the German army, and Lisao to ompel Austria 'to" add sveral millions o her nilitary expenditure. As Europe was in a condition of profound peace the operation dld not seem easy. To genin however, all things a...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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THE GERMAN COURT CHAPLAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 18 August 1888

TRE< G EEMAN COBl.T"CE&.P AIN . l A Baertl oerespondent writes to the ' Nw York ei' :-Historh y, whlch, as some wie man said, in little more theathe record of the crimes, follie and misfortinee of mankind, is ever fond of repeasng leaelf. Bas that the time 'wolh come again when, as in the days of Mzarlin and richelioa, a priest (to use the word in ito broad cenc. should posses great Iafluence over the ruler of the most powerful of Continenutl C''tem, and himself be an Important factor in European politie, would have been deemed almoast impossible few years ago, 'et to day, forty-eight hours after the death of hit bitter enemy, Frederick of Pressea, this impossibility ha'beonme an esthbllshed fact, and Adotf Stoecker, from now on, may be counted amonag the history makers. - Adolf Stoecker was born about forty eight years ago in the southern' part of Germany. Hisparent were of a respectable farmer class, and his father was t onte time unter of:iler. on oommissioned ...

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PEPTONISED MILK PUNCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 18 August 1888

PEPTONISED MILK PUNCH. Pooch may be prepared from peptonised the came as from ordinary milk, but the former will not curdle on the addition of spirit, lemon-jniac, etc. As a foou for the sick, peptonised milk punch is much sunperior to sny fermented milk (Koumisa), for in the process of fermen? tatlon the caeein is not digested at all

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 18 August 1888

Special. PLEASANCE'S SPECIAL TINCTURE OF PODOPHYLLIN The best remedy yet discovered ?for Biliousness, Bilious Headache, Constipatiun, .Heartburn, Indigestion, and all Maladids arising from a sluggish Liver. I'LEASANE'S : SANTONIA WORM : 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 Worms canbe safely concluded:-Rlestless ness, irritability, grinding the ,: . .. teth atnight,startingdur . ing sleep. picking the , nose'dark rings 'unnder the eyes, variablo appetite, &c. SOLD IN BOTTLES 2s. EACH :.'Typhoid Fever'! The Homoeopathic Remediy for Typhoid Fever, PLEASANCES SPECIAL TINCTURE OF BAPTISIA. 'The presence of Typhoid, Enteric, aOnstric, or Colonial Fever, as- the disease is variously termed," is becom ing alarmingly on the increase, in this colony. The tten tion of the public is drawn to the value of the above remedy, either as preventive ...

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PLEASANT GATHERINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 25 August 1888

PLEASANT GATHERINGS. OnI .Thiraday Inst,; li J.; BIl~ olb?dcii; invited the members of. his EIlection Conmittee to a dinnerat his residence, "Parana"; ]3righton Beach, .the grounds of which were -brightly illuiminated by many chinese lainterns Iiii?,ini onl the trees, which gave the surioundings a verys brilliant appear iiiCce. At:half-lpast seven about 50 g*enI hiinen had assembled at the house, btut th ?ht ihs iiot"t to be their des init oin as oil the roll-call it was. fouind that an .idjouSnnment had: to i~c i;i ?ce to, a hlaige room adjoiniing thell holse. wlere Mr. Hardham, of the Mari:ie IHotel;i had: alreidy prepared ini hidi isuiIl good style, the. viands Mh-icli liad 'to'bec partaken i:'of. ":- The roomi wai ,aily decorited witli bunting of: ill, intiois, witih the woids, "Ad kance' Brighton u and other suitable iniscrilt ions on the waells.: :At the word 'go. "'illof course went, as did the good thiigsr provided. When all had. been stishfied; Mr- Howvden i?amidst, prnlhng...

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ASSAULT ON A CONSTABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 25 August 1888

ASSAULT ON A CONSTABLE. " A murderous assault was committed last'Sunday, morning just before one o'clock on Constable Wilcox, at New street, North Brighton, not far from its junction with Bay street. Itseems that at'that hour of the morning, in consequence of rowdy, behavior and creating a disturbance iut the street, Constables Paterson and Wilcox ar rested two well-known young men of the larrikin class and were in the act of conveying them to the lock-up, when Constable Wicox was struck on the head with a full bottle of beer with such violence that the bottle was smashed to pieces and the constable knocked senseless, in which state.he remained for some considerable time. The'assiult wias committed by a larri kin named John O')onnell, whose brother was in charge of Wilcox. Im. mediately on the fall of the constable O'Donnell took to his heels and ran away. Meanwhile Constable Paterson was surrounded by a gang of despera does, who commenced to knock and maltreat him, but Mr. Whitney,...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 25 August 1888

Wily go Fuirtnr ? Canton Tea Company, 11 6A Chapel street, Prahran, arc Selling Choicest New Benson's Teas at Is, is 3d, Is Gd. Is Ud and 2s per Ib: and ipwards. Boxes, qunrter.chests, half. chests and chests at Greatly lleduc?l Bates. u ate Advciiiseentsi.'i i`.: p RI 0 b P E C T U"'S. 1 of the Windsor (Cofee Palace Comspany Limited, W I NDSO Ri. To be registered under the Companies Statute, 1851. Capitad £40,000. In" 40,000 shreis bf £1 duch.i} Payable as folloirs :2-s Gd per share on ap plication, .s Gd on allotment, and the badance by calls of 2s Gd per share at intervals of not less than three months. It is not anticipated' that :imore than 1Os,;, Sper share snalLbe called up The first issue will be limited to 20,000 shares. SU. 'IPRIOMOTEIR.' SHARES. Provisional Directors: Ii, I. Scott Esq, Flinders Lane Melournue Edwin .Jenkins Esq. of .lenkins and Law, Exhibition street Mlark Wilson Esq, High street, Burwood W. Lansley Esq, Chapel street. Prnhran H. Cheel Esq, H]igh street, ...

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THE YOUNG FOLKS. MY PLUCKY BOY TOM, OR, SEARCHING FOR CURIOSITIES IN INDIA FOR MY SHOW. CHAPTER XVI.—CAUGHT IN THE ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 25 August 1888

THE YOUvNG FOLKS. :MY PLUOKY BOY TOM, "O), SEARCHING FOR CURIOSITIES IN INDIA FOR MY SHOW. Br P. T. Baocnxo. :U'nOwIrx XVI.-CAunnT IN Ta?- ACT. In absolute eilence the three horsemen tale down the long bill. The horses, as it id sympathy with their riders, seemed to 'plant their hoofs more guardedly in the soft dult of the highway, while they flung their -are forward and glanced to the right and lefi like creatures who eaent danger in the air. ' Tom Bradford was allowed to keep a few d-eps in front of Jed, while Mr. Godin was abreast of the latter, the footmen walking b.ihlnd in Indian file. I mast remind you that there was no tense on either side of the highway, and the little stream, which was only a few inches in depth, had to be waded by all who passed --that way. The jungle came close to the road on either elae,- and was so dense that when Tom .gltnced at it, he could not help muttering to blimself : ' What finer place could a tiger want for bhiding- 2' The question was not fin...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 25 August 1888

FOOTBALL Brighton v. Fernside. These clubs met for the second time this season Iast:Saturday rn the ground of the former at Brighton beach. During the first two quarters the game was very evenly contested, each side kicking 2 goals. In the third -quarter each side added a goal to their score, the game then standing Brighton- 3 goals 11 behinds, Fernside '; goals and 4 be hinds. In the final quarter the B?righton played a splendid game and kicked , more goals amid 5 behinds to 1 goal and 2 behinds The game thus :ended in a.win for Brighton-6 goals and 16 behinds, to 4 .uals and 6 be hinds. hlie successful goal kickers were Cox, Griffin, Mlolxritz, Petley, Pvc and Webb, and they were ably backed up byMurdock, anid Everiug h an. Jobyce, CrOosic and the captain played at good game for the losers. Ba iglaton v. Essenldoni District, to be Iplaved this afternloon at BIrighton Beach: ? 'eamt : Petley, A.g (2), Cox, Cornwilll, Everingha;t, Friend, tGrout, Griffin, Henty, Hughes, Mouritz, Mur...

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A HERO OF THE GREAT WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 25 August 1888

A HERO OF THE GREAT WAP.. (By LvIurTEN~?r Low, in "Young England.") There is still living among us a gallant sailorwho participated in one at the mo. memorable frigate actions of modern timcs an action hononuable to the British navy and creditable to the noble crew that achieved victory. I refer to the victory of the Britlsh frigate Shannon (Captain Poilip BIrookc) over the United Statee frigate Chesaporke. Though this memorable event took place so long ego as the let of June, S113, some seventyflivo years ago, yet the first lieutenant of the Sh .nnon, Admiral of the Fleet Ste Provo Wallis, G.C.B., is atilt sur viving, at the patriarchal but hale old age ao anmcty-.even. The let of June is a glorious anniversary in our naval hlatory, for on that day, nineteen years before, Lord Howe, with twenty asi sail of the line and seven frigates, defeated the French Admiral M. de Villaret Joyense, in a memorable engagement, and the event is always known as 'the glorious let of June.' It was a ...

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TOWN OF BRIGHTON. SUBDIVISION OF THE SOUTH WARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 25 August 1888

TOWN OF BRICHTON. SUBDIVISION OF' TlE SOUTH. --0- ?. A :. rig1y tteuded i let if the ijurcesses of the South li ardid as held lI ast Thursdmay3 ereisiingf ii th ?'Towil Hall for the purpose of taik=iiilgnt consideration the 'adh imabilit3y o;°f so curing i icreased repiresenition:mi the Ba ightoii Towi'n': Cold uil;'ai by the? sub divisiona of th e Warn.; In the absencei of .his orship the; Mayor, tie l T6i.o .? len? t Eslq., 3 i.. A Whose 'ar ilia i teitary d tics prevented " i siai.attenidiaig; Di-. Crow thr ;p- rincipal ofl thLe J iiiighlton Grain ni ai: ecliiol, tis l!.tatld to 'the chalir. rAf er' rc:'dm.a_': ti.' ,istde?!ti:senment coniaien ig 'te .ncetinm, e lsaid "i wi : inow pea for airny ratlepaye ty mi.e expressionm to ins views on. the p -liilt iLt , . ` ' s?'? ?e. Cr:''\\V'alstili sa:id L tlit .a o question oif iulidiathiiim:' d aarai tie II "isliature liad hwsily itoi eftftit the coun.illors t~it "to'i the ratlpayeri': t ciaselsves to decaile. AmRd it o wasl ljustR tha...

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PEP ZYMINE TABLOIDS (FAIRCHILD) AS A FOOD AID IN BILIOUS DISPEPSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 25 August 1888

PEP ZYMINE TABLOIDS(FAIRCOILD, As A FOOD AID IN BILIOUS DISPEPSIA. The.. are a combination which have met with extreme favour in the profession. Each Tabloid contains: Zymine two grainse Bis mn.h Subnitrata thre grains, Pale. Ipec.a. 110th grain. Zyminesupplies a natural digestiveadjunct, powerfully active in the diges'ion of the various "food stuffe. By its action the ultimate elabora'ion of food in the intestine may be materially assisted. Tie proteolytic and amylolytio actions of the ferments in the Tabloids are especially useful therapeutically, and bhremn lies one source of the alleged ereater muefnlness of Zymine over Pepsin in eoain casme. Bismuth, as is well known, is not nly so excellent mineral tonic, but exerts a sedative topiol actionon the gastrio and intestioal mucous surface, allaying irritability, correc t;ng acid ty, bealing eroiodn, and prevention flatlence. Ioecacebhna in small donee serves a twofold office: it gently utimulates the weakened, esluggish, perverted ...

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CAULFIELD POLICE COURT. Monday, August 20. Before Messrs. Holland, Watts and Maxwell, J's.P. NEGLIGENT DRIVERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 25 August 1888

CAULFIELD POLICE COURT. Before iMi.essre. I llldn1 Watts aiind MNE I(.lENT DRIVEllS:S. . A. Ilruni:mage 0aid cF. Sbtorkey,; cl-arged' with driving, over thii foot path? were ,each cautiaoned :and fined £1.' ,;Two nioitmen, named George. Kisby 'i?d Charles Kuble, for leaving their c?irts for over an. hour aid'..a hielf onthe ioaid opposite the Elstern-. wick hotel at 9, a.m. in the morning were fined 10s each. The police stated this .offence was becoming, a common one~, and was a sourice of 'great annoy aince to'. persons on, the: -way .to .the glsterinvick Railway: station~'. The defendants said they had to tiavel over some 25 miles from they left. home till they returned, and they ,were feeding their horses and patak ing of lunch themselves. Mr. Iollalid said it was a very objectionable practice and must be put at stop to, but as this was the first offence of a like kind they -:iould be dealt lightly with on tlni ocOassion.^ UNLAWFUL? .?ssAULT *'i ' ' wo nu i imien naiified Vni?ilo...

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BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. Friday, August 24. Before Messrs. Crook, Sprigg, and Wilson, J.P's. THE NEW STREET ASSAULT CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 25 August 1888

BRIGHTON POLICE COURT." 0 i Friday, August 2.4 " . :Before Mlessrs. Crook, Sprigg, and S. Wilson; J.'s.- .. THLE NEW STIEETiT r SSAULT C~S?H. "John. Janues'aiid l iKb td 0id )oiinell aniild William 1 P olx'iodfooit ?coni.ernedl ihi the abooivwere, oe ithe applicatioliof' the polieie, remanded °for, seovei days, bill being allowed ;the l irstmeniitioned his owti;-.security of £100 ind two of o50 ea cil, the other three their. own sureties of £20 eaichi A CATTLE STEAI. ii SJe. Dialy, :adiiasI Thxos. I Dar"cy, foi cattle stealing waisrei- iadi.ed f u se:ien days, bail being allow edl hlinself £a50 land one surety .in a similar suil. Johxi Coaiii chlirgeid by Cobnstble HIollandi with gaibling, oin tlie lur linghamn :iiacecourse, wals lined £3 or fourtecii da;s. ýui Houc OFFENCES. :. W\r11 Beoolkir.' for dripsiiig on the footpa thi vas liined 10s and t;d costs. .' Boxshshall, iio lighlit day. and A Kiano for a stray cow, Were fined 5s. with' ms 6d costs each, and siiiiillr costs .with s6...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 25 August 1888

Drapers and Grocers. x X LADIES, the New Goods are jds, :opened fog .the :cimiug, Seiasou. Try and ?uake it' canvi?ient to con?e andl se" he.i;. I ashl he glnd to semi you :aunimic. .Th, value th'," esion br,+-.atll Dre?s I .':ed, Checks ?ad Plaii Dress aln immense variety: O licsts, Sheetings, Cambries, Whiie .obes. Embroidery, all widths. A fino Stock of Everything to choose 'rom at v Payne's 149, Bourke street East. 149 X X Special Advertisements. T. COOKE, General House Painter, Decorator, &c., . Good Workmanship and Best Materials Guaranteed. High Street, Armadale.. E:stimates Given. M. MO TGOE R Y' CAIiI'ENTER &: CABINETMAKER, 'ISa Chapel Street, P R.A IL -A N. Estimates given. Furniture'. Repaired 'and' Repolished. All Orders promptly attended to. Music Warehouse. FEISS BROS., 3IANUFACTURIIERS OF Orclhestrions, Pianos, aIlnrmoniums, Organs, 12SI) CHAPEL STREET WINDSOIR. Musical Boxes, Violins, Fancy Figures. Concertinas, Accordions, &c. Re paired at Mo...

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