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BRIGHTON TOWN COUNCIL. Monday, August 27. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 September 1888

BRIGHTON TOWN COUNCIL. Monday, August 27. ;Present: Crs. Bent (Mayor), Burrows, Francis, Hamilton, Munro, How don and Waletab. Cr. Binks, a visitor froinm Avca, was introduced to the council chambers by Cr. "Burrbws, .and was eaccomodated with a seat on the right of the Mayor. CORRESPONDENCE. From James Thompson, Wilson street, asking the council to grant him permission to burn a quantity of rub bish, as also to b?e allowed to shoot rabbits on his ground, as they were becoming a pest -Granted. From J. G. :Deiisten, directing, at tention to a nuisanlco existing in Black street, caused the writer said by a resident named Mrs. Williams, w hp allowed the drainage ,from hr,.back garden to flow' over the path.'-le-. ferred to the Inspector of Nuisances to report. . S.Fromt the secretxiry'of the Na't.ional. F?ire Brigade 'Association, enclosing a circular desling with- matters in con nection with the Melbourne and Sub urban. Fire;. Brigades Union, &c. - Reieived,. apd'(o" bBe forwu...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 September 1888

C?OMING EVENTS CAST THEIR SHA . - DOWS BEFORE THEM. - The Spring of 1888 will, it is contem. plated;, be an era never to be forgotten. ,Syidicates and speculators are eagerly se-" curing blocks of land in every availaile suburb for sub.division, but only a few really eligible sites are to be obtained. The appetite for securing allotments in goodlo calities, either for speculation or family investments, is rapidly increasing. ~.Money judiciously invested in land is like the wool on the sheep's back, growing in value while you are sleeping.. EXCOURSION LAND SALES. In Spring will rank among the' Saturday's' recreations, whereby business can be com bined with pleasure, hence the necessity for those on the alert for good sub-division al properties, or those who 'have -estates to dispose of, to embrace this golden oppor.. tunity, and leave their instructions with the manager of the ePROPERTY EXCHAN(GE, QUJEEN8NT. S'GREIG and MURRAY, -LI LITED.m a List of Valuable PROPERTIES . For SALE:- A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 September 1888

Special Advertisements. RA IfT+A ,AfrA1IIENT ZSYTREETS BRIGHTON. W MN., CLARK IONTRACTOIl U For Asphalting Lawn Tennis Courts, Garden Paths, Verandahs, Yards, Workshopsh,? &c., &c. &c. FLINOING, CARTAGIE,~ '? HI N1 4W ON SALE:-Metals, Rubble, I c ScreeiingsBricks &c. F ` J. R. BAVINTON, BOOTMAK ER POINTbJ. NEPEPAN- ROAD, ` North Brighton. ffA D ,[-I` EDWARDNS leg to intimate.at' pior to i thedir annal STOCKTAKING, June hldthie:w?tlol oif 341Ithlt o 11ee ;of their i, WIf iNTERI" STOCK OF - DRAP E: 1 Their new Goods for Spring and Summer are coming forward carly, and. astheir Shoproom is limited, the present Stock . must ee cleared to make space ,*therefore, .rea.bargbaina will be offertd ,The publIc parjeec infiyed topay a io -- , - inspection. . i .A l DUNLOP{ t&a .EDWARDS, FAMILY DRAPERS"T7"NI) S. IMIORTERS,? /'.? : Commercial-road, ,PRANRA:. [Established 1852.] ^a Ws, o : J.n. for E . o"."s Cebrate. N P AS dfO E 0 "` GROCERS,' "" ROrISION )P...

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THE LEADER. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, SEPT. 1, 1888. THAT NIGHTSOIL AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 September 1888

THE. LEADER. . :Dton- o r..AL .SA'.TUDIAY, SEPT. 1, 1888. THAT' HINHTSOIL AGAIN. As will be seen by the report inour last week's is'irt of the ordinary meet ing of..the Moorabbin Shire Council, the 'disgusting practice of nightmen emptying the contents of their carts in the public streets cropped up, and on the motion of Or. Burgess it was de cided to offer a reward of ten pounds for the conviction of the offenders. Dr. Simons, the health officer for the. .town -of- .Brighton,' ;-states ' that in a?lmot every?rtreet in East Brighton, Shire of Moorabbin, the nightmen seem? to hNave deliberately 'emptied their carts, afid on Tuesday morning, the 21st August, on going along the CeBnte' road, I found that along the ,ho'le'oftthlie?ty'amway line, about one, mile in leingth, arid right in front of i coifficiilQr's residence, this stuff had been wilfully deposited. The same applies to the main Nepean road. Along the North road, exactly opposite a house:in which I was attending two dangerou...

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THE LIFE OF MR. FORSTER. (THE TIMES.) [No 2] PARLIAMENTARY LIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 September 1888

the THE LIFE OF MR. FOBSTIR. per (Tire 'L''ms. iae ENo 2] the . An .OIAX"ART IWE. at1 In bis reatment of Forater'e early career ll in Parliament Mr Reid rightly'given pro the minenceto the pert he .took in the disues a he alone upon the Amerioan Civil War. Hil first important speech was in answer to the hoe proposal of Mr (now Sir Willlam) Gregory in favoura rogn of a reognition othe Soathern was Confederacy, and it may be said with truth bed that hishl speeches to his constituents about .o ch time were, nexst to those of Bright and Cobden, the most powerful presentations of still she N'rthern ease that were a.dreesed to the popular constituenoies in England. But meantimq ;'he joined hearstly in all Hid th.*Libral inovements of the time, especially dth supporting all nflorte made to obtain a ha' large exenesion of the suffrage, In the the autumn of 1805 Lord Russell offered him 9ar, the poet of Under-Secretary for the Coloniee, and be adoepted it, only making she, very I aowanrtant ...

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MIND READING. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 September 1888

MaID.R'ADINQ. 'Oh, mamma, mamma t exclaimed little Edithb, returning from Bnnday-scbool 'we, had a real nice time to-day. Mr boodly came in and told us lots of interesting things about heaven and the bad place; and be said that mo and you and papa was going to heaven, and that Tally Jaakson .and Bill Horner and Momie Saundere was going to the bad place.' ' Why, Edith, whqt are you talltig aboet ! Do you mean to say that Mr Go.C:dly mentios.td anybody that you named ?, ' Well-no, um:nrma, he didn't say right out, but then I knuc- who he was talklng about.' A NAT ' Onae.-narley: "I see you're spending a lot of money on that little place of yours at Mentete I" 8nobley: "Yes ; I want to make the phroo-a-thorona?hly it far * nmntleman, doi'. cherkaaw S' Snarley: "Oh I suppose you n s n tolet it 10 "lu'wfosLrt ."-r-Mjtfrees (to maid'' who has just reciraed a nonth's notiee): " - would ratler not give you a ehnraoter at all, But it yo iaoist upon it, of course I shall tell the trnth habou ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 September 1888

WWMWWWiAhi Klptr Light, TiB UCi0SCRrI.tAN-LIST NOWiOPglN. A Otugle.liquld Psim~ry Dai?toy, Sslf.natamd PORTAtSt 1eestbrt Lmp. rs maUbls~y of any itad required to Gemasots Ma oestie Ontrut. WRIKlBA DBNT Or A COAL WPPLTY. ORX VIGOEKTAN d1OANsl6E?IPP L etBI D dI LGITad POWBR WMPANI1T LiMIErr. Se be flRegatred mud-r Lthe Odmpatole At 1064. OAPS9AL, 41d 00a, ' In C16,0C0 bhHARrS of 1 EACH. '1I8i?1 ISUE w 7a10? Ua IBUS. 5,W btheot represaentiog. aI,, being resneroJ lnehrer. laes It required for the Uateolgn of S ae eompasy's operatones. 10,01 Bhare,, part of this Zs, asre Reserved for Allotment to the Vendor ae part ad the eosoldera. tioa fo tho Purohue heruc•tl?tr metl~ ned. The Remainlua 15,100 Shares Are now OFFPRRD for PUBLIO SUBBS8RIP??Oa, Payable as follows: t . on Appelsast. ., St eO Allotment, s. Ia thrse months and o. lo six moaroh aIter allotmelt. the permanent dlreltors, "auditor, and other iesars of the ompany will be solbsted from Smoagsl e shareholders e ans fret generaltmee...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 September 1888

LOCAL ITEMS. Mr. D, C. Stevenson, of Malvern Road requests us to notify our readors that his sales of land in Malvern for the month of August amounted to £6198. ?4r" J. A. Hicks htas in his show window the very handsome cup given by.J. H. Maddock, Esq., for competi tion amongst tho various Christian as sociption, church and school cricket clubs of the city and suburbs. It hIt been won two years in succession by the Brighton Wesleynn Cricket Club. Members of the Hurlingham Cric -..et Clup are, reminded that their -eond annual' mneting. takes. place next Thursday in the Rechitbite Hall, at 8 .m. All mombers and intending members are requested to attend: Mr. Candler, the district coroner, held an inquest at Mordialloc last Monday, on the body of a woman named Bridget Reilly, lately in the employment of Mrs. McNeil, of Bul- leen road, Kew, who was found on the Mordialloc line on Saturday morning. Hugh Clarke, the driver of the last train from Frankston to Mordialloc, stated that on Frid...

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A SHEEP TWELVE AND A HALF HANDS HIGH. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 8 September 1888

A SHEEP TWELVE AND A HALF HANDS HIGH. The " Pll Mall G.zftte" has a corre spondent in Russia who ins ending home 'travellers' talus." Ho has just Inter. viewed an Englieh sportsman, Mr. S. G. Li:tloedale, who was just off in quest of " the groat mountain sheep cf the Pamlr plateau, the bigge.t sheep in the world, of which only one specimen-that stlffed in the St. Poters burg museum-has ever been seen in Europe. This is the Ovis Poll of the sheep at D .nreo Polo, whose habitat is on the Alai range in the extreme south-east corner of Ruaoian Turkeosan. For years and years past the hope of bagging this inaeoessible mountain monster has been the dream of Mr. Littledalo's waking hours. He has tried to gel at the sheep through India, through Afghanistan, through Ohttral. through Thibet, and he has failed. He is now making a last desperate effort of reacohing him through Russian Taurkestan. The Ovls Poll is a kind of philosopher's stone for which all the sportersen of the limalayas keep se...

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SIMPLE PUDDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 8 September 1888

SIMPLE PUDDINGS. ,er' ArPI AND B3s4AD onUto PoDDING - .n?1, Peel. ooze, and out in shin alloes a doze tbrc glod baking apples, and stew them with to astgr to taste on ii reduced to a pulp. on Meantime butter and toiokly line th, liv bottom and sides of a pnd Ing dish with pol breadfcrumbs. Have the crumbs it the aft bo-tom of the dish about an inch lhiol. wail When the apples are sofe, mix with a pint the of pulp a tablespoonful of butter, and one W e well-beaten egg, ad put the apple over the ,i t, orambs, without in the leant disturbing them. Pal crumbs on the top to a depth of sn Inch or more, and plans a law piees of butter on the top here j and there. Bake for about three quarters art of an hour, by which time the crumbso ,l a at the bottonl and sldes should be nicely and br,wned. Turn out by laying a flat dish on (An the top of the pudding. itch, and quolly turning both upside down, so tha, the I padding may turn out without breaklog ; dredge with pounded sugar, BIrram Ponoreo...

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THE LADIES' COLUMN SPRING MILLINERY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 8 September 1888

.4T-HE. "LADIES' COLUMN mb RB SPIN f MLLIMBRY. B. r VV?A.! S Af ' ter biting aul oinenee cold has come a .. eriod of umild weathe., and though we ola l.ardly say that we are, at last, enro of s: pring, yes is warm enough to make us S'egin to think abou6 now bonnets and hat, SIt seems natural when the pardene anti ;.: fields are becoming bright with fanwars nad .blossoms that women should like to array 'themselves in light c loured garments, to b In harmony with Nature. Thd poet tells .In the epr!n a fuller crimson shows upon the robin's bheet ; In the sprintg he wanton lapwing gets himseli " . , ..another crest. , ' He dres not add that in the spring the general woman finds iQ neoesary to don a new bonnet, but this is quite as true ae both the facts put into verse by the po?t Laureate. Green promises to be the moat popular colour for spring millinery. Apple green, Nile green, and mignonette appear in the trimming of many of the now hats and bonnets. Lilac pink and a good deal cf yel...

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WHY HE DID NOT GO TO THE HOSPITAL. HE COULD LEAP THROUGH THE AIR. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 8 September 1888

WHY HEDID NOT,GO TO THE HOSPITAL. J.TTHE .fiL.E COULD LEAP THROifTi iTI AllR. Mt oljeet in writing is twofold: .to.express ily gratitude for a great benefit,; and 'b toll a short story which* cannot fail. to ntere s the feelin?s of 'many others. It is all about myself, but I hiave remarked that when a `man tells the' honest truth about hiiiself he is all, the -more likely to be of use to his :fellowicreatures. ,To. begin, then, you'must know I had :long been'i iore or less subject to' attacks 'of bronchitis,' a .complaint' that you are aware is very common and trouble.' some in . Great Britain in: certainmseasons of the year. 'Some montlihs ago I. had a very severe turn of it, Kworse,.I think, than I ever had before. It was probably brought on by my tching?:gldj, ai ii aeall apt to do when we,least, expect it.,, .Weekapassed by, andl my tro~uble prored to be very bitinate. It would not yielditdomdiclne, and as I also began to 'have ?iolent..racking pains, in my limbs and back, I- be...

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Home Sick. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 8 September 1888

,omo Sick. ' A yellow fog enveloped the dark November sky, The traffo of the London streets had ceased to thunder by. A woman, pale and languid, back on the pillows lay, And she sigh d in vain, . With a weary pain, For fair scenes far away] A gentle. manly voice broke in upon her reverie, Ab, dearestl were your thoughte away beon, the distant sea t' "Oh I in my dream laet night, she said, far away from here. A new made bride, I walked beside The Mordlalloc pier. I bheard the gentle marmir of the waves on the beach, I heard the tender tones, dear, that only love can teach. I saw the ti-tree blossoming (it,blossomed a a month ago), • And the seabirds white, In the glad sunligbe, Went darting to and fro. 'And we went up to the cottage o'er the little stretch of sand, And mother met me with a kiss, and father took my bhand; I smelled the wattle blossoms that grow around their door, And the sea's salt smell, I know so well, That comes up from the shore. * I.?ew the brown nets drying on t...

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CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 8 September 1888

CHURCH SERVICES TO-M ORROWt. Presbyterian.-Brighton. Rev. D. Gordon 11 and 7. ? ?ilealeayi Methodist-Brighton, 11L' Rev. T. lr6nside, 7 Mr. D, T. Lowe. Mill Street,. Rey. A. Quick, 11, Mr. Adcock. East " Brighton-Mr.'Lemon 11, Rev.: J. 0. Ingamells 7. ~outh Brighton, Mr. Adcock 11, Rev. J. 'B. Smith 7. U' 1,: Cheltenham, Mr. Hawker 7. Mordialloc, - Mr. W. Reynolds 11, and Primitive Methodist-South Yarra, Rev. B. WVibberly 11 and 7. North Brighton, Mr: J. Green 11, Mrs, F. R Huddart 7. , SSouth lBrighton; Ro.: O. . Anthony 11, Mir. i. Smith 6.30. East Brighton - Rev. C: Anthony 3 and .6.80. Baptist Church-Brightoei,Rev. S. How ard II and 7. Union ChOpel, South Brighton -- Mr. Blundell afteroon, and. Mr.H. Chambers evening. \ Sitkndrew's, Brighton.-1-Sth Sunday after" lrinity. RHoly: Communion, 7.45 a.m.. Mattins, Litany and Sernion 11 a.m., Even song and Sermon, 7 p.m. ..St Peter'sa Scholhouse, Evennsong and sermo 7 p.m. . Parochial District of Oheltenham-- 1thI. Sunday after Trinity...

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NEW AGENTS FOR PROMOTING THE DIGESTION OF FOODS IN DYSPEPSIA. PEPSIN TABLOIDS (FAIRCHILD). GASTRIC DYSPEPSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 8 September 1888

NEW AGENTS FOR PROMOTING THE DIGESTIQN OF FOODS IN DYSPEPSIA. PEr?IN TAB'LODS (lFA?ROnxx). I GASTRIC DTBPEPBIA. Pare Pepsin is very extensavely taken, and with great satisfaction, as a food aid in gastri,. dyspepela. While it by no means compensate for irregularity in the times of eating, bolting the food, lack of outdoor exercise, worry, ano orerwork, it is of the utmost service sea food I aid. Pepsin Tabloids will probably prove 5 serviceable to those subject to slow and im I perfect digestion. For eructation, flatulence, or o. her symptoms, they are much employed. Pepsin Tabloids contain each a grain of Pare Pepsin in Scales-an amount seffiotelnt to digest 1,000 grains of egg-albumin. Pepsin. ae too often given, exorls no activity, because without an acid. . This has been taken into account in making the Tabloidr, and the) t contain, in adaitia n to Peosin, a little arcia with appropriatesromatica Theyareextremely pleasau? to take, an, childaen eat them a h l readily as sweets. T...

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THE MANUFACTURE OF CHOCOLATE AND COCOA. (Concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 8 September 1888

THE MANUFACTURE OF CHOCOLATE AND COCOA. (Concluded.) ,The fancy confctionery department " more compticated. I will take the well-known "creams" as typical of mordiblasse' thai one. Tho chocolateo used for covering theie '! morsels .of delight" reduced to a thin and ,work .able paste. To prepitro the ''cream," puor boiled sugar 1i poured into an opepn arn,d allowdid to c0l! ',It is then efficiently, stirred, till, It, assumes the opaque orijamy consigteupy so much desired. By means of an adapt. ationfrbm'tho printing press, hundreds of tiny moulde are " dabbed" out on traye of powdered starch, and into those moulde the sugar, with. ana flavoring or coloring required, is kApidly pdi4irsdI'bldekteiits.aasistints. Thence theitiny globes are taken! to thie-covering rooms, -where scores of young damsels with trays of thin pre pared chocolate perform their part., Hero again, it is only necossary to change the mould and the particular flavoring to produce vastly different forint of sweetmea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 8 September 1888

The Power of tbo Heart. The heart's power probably exceeds that or he intellect. It han little to do with logic, nd leas with sophietry ; but it forma herope. end is the mainspring of all truly cloriouc eeds. It may not aseert itself very con pionnaely in Lpegilative Aeremblies; but i wi 1 be found at the runot of the sounreet, and inspiring the really eff.otive of our Lectalative enaotmente. In commerce it ie cramped by I es)lfhesr,. and in literature too often hie ulterior motives; but in the f*mily it i hapolty the leading principle. equally fruitful in the propagatilon of the good and in the .voidance of evil. Thue I' is that every loving mnbher and thoughtful housewife. ash ehr learns its value. it otrefal to ward eff typhol? od dlnhtheri by the invariable us? olf Flnnter'e Deodorier and Dilinfootant. It i, t etOeedirllv Oh ap if purchased by the bag. ( ADT.) Thn Ameriean revonuo outesr Crawford hat I ,owed into Key W-at the Britishb sob. onor Admired, capturedl on the Florida ...

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THE YOUNG FOLKS. MY PLUCKY BOY TOM, OR, SEARCHING FOR CURIOSITIES IN INDIA FOR MY SHOW. CHAPTER XX.—AN ATTACK IN THE REAR. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 8 September 1888

, THE YOUNG FOLKS. er eMY. .PLUOKY BOY TOM, eti OR, SEAROHING FOR OURIOSITIES IN :e INDIA FOR MY SHOW. " ead a e Br P. T. BANox. Ii the OAPTER XX.-ANr ATTACK IN TE BEAR, i Noverthielees, Tomr sent the remaining o hrges from his pistol into the shaggy front i of his eavago enemy, who ,stamued his, feet and flirted his bead:in away that showed he I felt tho' tistgiig hdrte. -. I. suppose,' said the youth, ' that if I c could; keep it up long enough, I could fill e your body so full of lead that you couldn't r get over the giround very fast, end I might rtrun you,.but I'm afraid it wnald'take too te,' ong; why.don't you come closer ?' c Sto Soddenly a bright idea entered the lad's brain; . the ' By gracious 'I'll try it 1' he exolaimed, proceeding to reload with mouch care his ire,' pistol; ' it won't hurt me, if it doesn't hurt orr you, and there's a chance of winning.' "ory Tom now made his way very cautiously to ?ei- the lower limb, on which he had first taken refuge. oA blver of dr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 8 September 1888

SPALLOT 'ND 00WDMASOr .::O ChapelStreet, .10 1 PRAHRAN,. MTP CHEAPEST i FURMNTURE -.WAREHOUSE South Yarra, Prahran, Win-dsor and St. Kil. How to; Furnish a 8-roomed Cottage 'foi £13 13s., fqrnetcash:,, ... ,, , I lintig room Colonial Sofn, with Squnb" and ]i olsters .. . ... £, 7' G Ccdar Chiffonicre ~nfe, IPo'lished l1 0 Six Cane Chairs .. . .. ... 40 Round Table .. .... ... O 12 '6 Table Cover ... ... ...: 5 ~Fonder ?nd Irons'.; .. . . 12 6 'Matting to cover room ... 0... 10 6 Hearth Rog . ... ...: 0' 6 G Cornice Pole and lUrackets .. 0 11 6 Slip 'Int 1 .: .. 1 G Bedroom .EUillzaiie Ile'idntead..::.. ".. 1,10, 01 Ialliasscs ... 1' I 4 r ' s 0 I 0 Fnll-sized Flock Mattrass .. 0 IS 6 FHock 'Boobter`'- 0 '(i 0' 1wýo Flockrx11lo~s :." 0'-4- 0 \i~nsh Stnnnl.with-Twcl..; il- 0 JDressing, Tabl gzc Full-size'loile Set bct 0 10 6 One Onno Chairs . r~i.. -;. ToileciGlnss } .. L a 0 6 .0 Table.j..) 0 12 0 Mlcnt Safe 0 11 6 Two'Chairsnra ... . 0' 8 0 ^We wo uld ciall attentioi to Special Pric...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 8 September 1888

NERVOIJS U... i?E;, young and old, married or single suffering from Nervous Debility, Premature Decay,Loss 'of Manhood;,Vital Power, and 1 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 t?oBox1081; G.PO,; Sydney ... Why go Further ? -Canton Tea ,ompany,' 11G? Chapel street, Prabran, are Selling Choicest New Season's Teas at sl, Is 3d, Is 6d. Is Sd and 2s per lb t and'upwards.:' l-oxes; quartei.chests, half chests and chests at Greatly Reduced Rates. Insure! Insure ! ! 'f(,.rWedfind that the Accident Department I of the Colonial Mutual Insurance Company. t 82 Collins street :west. charge Much Less than any other company to insure against accidents to human life. , Their rate forzin suring sblicitors,; elergymen,'nierchants,;nuc tioneers. bankers, schoolmasters, agents and business people in general is only £3 l0s a. year to secure £1000 at death-and '...

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