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WIT AND HUMOUR. THE ONLY ROAD TO HAPPINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 8 September 1888

WIT. AND HUMOUR. THB,ONLY ROAD TO HAPPINESS. Use genuine Magic Soap (stamped with a heart pierced with an arrow). Wash you cloth a in 30 minutes without rubbing, and avoid imitations as you would the -. Sole Makers, The Victoria Soap and Candle Coe Geelong. "MAMMA, " inquired Flossie, " didn't the minister say I got my eyes from vent' "Ye1, dfar. " And did you really need to have four eyes, mamma "r' Doe's rry if you are an ordinary man. to occupy two seats in a crowded oar. Only women can do that and look as innocent as a lily-of.tbe valley all the while. A coeuoaeroa with a great prophetic soaL while putting into type a wedding notioe, i* stead of the " contracting parties," made r ed" the contradic ting parties." You never bear the bee complain. Nrr hear It weep nor wall ;l l.s Ir it wish t can untold A very painful tall. "I amn a buttonless shirt advertised bers, Tobn," said a wife, looking up from a paper; "what kind of a shirt is that!" "Just lih? miner was the reply. And the ...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LIVER IN THE SPRING. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 8 September 1888

THE LIVER IN THE SPRINTG. The liver, located on the right aide, below the right lung, Its lower edge being directly under the short ribs, and extending across to thele t side, is not only the largestgland of the body, but is one of the most complex in its workings, and, like a delicate piece of manchinery, is easily thrown out of order. Upon its proper action depends the mental and physical welfare of the body. Any one of the following symptoms indicates its de parture from health: Symptome.-Headache. sallow complexion, gradually increasing constipation, disinalina. tion to exertion, vertigo, dicsinesa highly coloured urine, a "splendid" feeling to-doe and a depressed one to-morrow ; pain under rither shoulder, and under ribs on the right side; neuralgia, pain of chest, heartburn, in digestion, et l.rgement of side below the ribs, dr-par of the abdomen, dry mouth; brown, flabby tongue; occasional chills, hot floshee, moth patcoes on the face, yellowish eye balls, eiok bh-adnchb, fre...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 8 September 1888

AGRIOULTURAL NOTES. There has boon no change In the state of the weather since last week. The nights are beginning to get a little warmer, bot the ran appears to be aa far off as ver. As etated last weak, the orops have sufiored by the heavy frosts, and will not recover unless a steady downfall of rain ai shortly ex perleneed. Graea is now also beginning to show the oSeota of the dry weather, and graders are finding it noeessary to reduce the number of stook on their holdlaga. Water, too, is becoming very doaroe, and, in the northern diB-lots, the farmers, In many instancees have to oarl water for domeatla purpores for a consider able distanae. The rabbit plague, generally spoahlng, is not likely to prove very serious during thelnooming smmer, notwithstanding that very little has bwn done towart's their destruotion. Gippaland appears to be the only part of the coonoy where anything like a eaffoleni rainfall has been experionesd, and, according to the reports from our oarroepondentt,...

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SCRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 8 September 1888

sBOa&PS. The authorities at Paris are about to die pose of the enormous bulk of sewage by Irrigation over 80.000 aeres of land. A ton of ropes made from the hair. of the women in Japan is used in building the 80,000Jol. Buddhist templein Kioto I Even so celebrated a general and old a soldier as the Doke of Wellington felt it necesesry to fight a duel as late as 1829 The Natal coal fielde are now connected by a railway running from the pits to the sea, and the firabs train load has arrived in port. The OCabdrivers' Benevolent Association has 1,250 members. It has 46 annuitantes, each of wHom isIn receipt of 420 a year, and it lent t, members in small sums last year 2,240.. A large number of the maga?ine rifles recently made at Enfleld for final testing in the bands of soldiere are to b. sent at once to India and Egypt for final 'experiment and report. The Theatre Royal, Yarmouth. is for sale. It was a famous thearue in the old days, and afforded a home occasionally for the gr...

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

S111fl IEU?. .ii A ;Auctioneers and-Estate Agents. .. * . i. ,,B,B.ranch Oflice SHORNE STREET,; ELSTERNWICK. , " 'io,: Aud"itin Sales Conducted in Town or .. : ` ' "Country. ';,:"::;:; : RENTS: COLLECTED.: - Ai gents for. th ..Federal Building Snciety - EWE have 'soi~ril Brick iad Weatherboard J:-I? iVillas and Cot takes to. Let 'and for Sale in -, ,the immediateqneighbourhood. ; Also:Allot. ;,ments of. Land for!sale in the best positionos k ". .."h "t b " 'Easy 'Terms. . .' +"FullDcParticulari may' be .obtainedat the - : .? ?,, ..r Office as above. : i : , ' -'yt `R d ' •.T-, .. " ', I ~ .. .. .. . s . . ."''. ii . " 9v.:: Laid; Estate;-&' Finnince Agents;' i1iARtGEt ElAND' 1MºALL SUMS'OF MONEY' '. - ' TO LEND. Sales During 1888 over £ 0000,. .Owners Having PROPERTIES. FOR SALE S."-:Should Send Particulars, • *PATENTS REGISTERED. INy'ENTIION. S- 7 " '..' rPROTECTED. , - . fil A L HAMB:REA.LO H. BERS-, ,r .' . BANK PLAC '', O :'78 'OOLLINS ST. :WEST," CITY. COLIN MURRAY, ? '...

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FOOTBALL. North Bringhton v Bringhton.— [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 8 September 1888

FOOTBALL. 1North' Brightoni v Brighiton. This match was,played last Saturday at the Coast, in the presence of a lirg6e nimber of supporters '6f each -club. Grout won the toss for Brighton, and the North had to kick off against a strong wind, which was hlowing'part.. ly aoross the ground. A?fter the bull was 'started the game 'was for some time in the centre of the., ground, 1;ut aided by the wind the Brighton gia. dually forced it to their opponent's posts, where they had the shots, but which were unsuccessful, behinds oily resulting. ....At quarter .tiine.the gamn stood-Brighton, 3 behinds. Norths, nil. On changing ends the Noith went in with a will, and in a very short time had the'ball in a close prox. imity to their opponent's sticks, and after a couple of behinds, Barr fromn a splendid mark- kicked: ar grand goal. Gencralgive4.and-takei playbtook" place after this the ball rapidly travelling from one end of the ground to the other, neither side having much o "an advantage for a...

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BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. Friday, September 7. Before Messrs, Bent and Wilson, J.P's. MINOR OFFENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 8 September 1888

BRIGHTON' POLICE COURT. FridaySeptember 7. Before Messrs. Bent and Wilson, J.P's. MINOR OFFENCES. J. Marshall for opening up a foot. path withouta permit was fined Bs; iThos.?'Tuokeri for -loi ingdiic' aild di" orderly was similarly fined. -Charles Allison for being found on premises without having.any lawful excusoe was discharged, prosecutor. failing to put in an appearance : . . ,. A JOCKEY IN TROUBLE. John MoLeod. alias. Sullivan was charged byConstable 3Matthews eit'h furious driving;: The 'offence'.having been proved, defendant who sait! he was an ex-policehian 'dei;ed the' dcus ation but admitted 'he had riddedi' a racer known by the name. of :Wickhff but. not at: a furious, pace, .was fined A YOUNG OFFINDR. W ?mi. WiVatmougli, a young lad of respectable appearance, was charged by Cohnstable 'Pttiirsof? with stealing a watch the property of one Savage. The offence having been proved and admitted by the lad, the bench decided to adjourn the case for a week for the nlppnaraince...

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"KIVERED." [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 8 September 1888

S0 ' ities oth. " KIVERED." a on a, so Were I asked to name the races of the need South I should answer: "White, black, they and the mountaineer.' The latter belongs Dove- to a distinctive race. While he may be . classed with the white as far as colour goes, linly his tastes, habits, characteristics, and mode bash of life are peculiarly his own. If he likes you be will make any sacrifice to oblige yu, they If he hatee you ho will seek your life with their a determination whioh nothing can damp He Ihe great world beyond his mountain home agely is a scaled book to him. He lives in him o his self, by himself, and for himself. aisat- I was riding over that spur of the Cam berland Mountains which General Morgan off- (Feder.l) held so gallantly while Buel and IlosB Bragg were driving eaoh other by turns ovez mba Kentucky, when I lost my way. The Ir ths mountain trails of the SBonh are dangerous purn ea to a stronger. They run up and down, twist, turn, dodge, lose themselves in o dark ravi...

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CHELTENHAM POLICE COURT. Wednesday, Sept. 5. Before Messrs, Hare, P.M., Ward, Allen, Ruse and Brow, J's.P. NO JURISDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 8 September 1888

CHELTENHAM POLICE COURT. s - Wednesday, Sept. G Before Messrs. -lHare, P.M., Ward, Allen, Ruse and Brown, J.'s.P. NO JURISDICTION. . .The adjourned 'cse; , of. Trail v:: 1 Mitchell to recover £16 13s for use and occupation of premises' resulted, I after a display of learned lore by Mr. r R.ad for the defence and ;Mr. McKean Sfor cinplaunait; in-t the Ipolice 'ingis triate striking out the case, he rulilig that tlihbe ich hiad no jurisdiction. ! ,I ' D)EIT ,OASES.: I , Elizai Robinson v. W. A 'Lyons, i £1 is G, goode sold, and Jas. Halls v Jas tieffernorni 11 money lent. ! Verdicts with copss were given in eaoli cI a ' i.. , nIoa einsteiES. MINOR ctAKtGRS Messrs. Swanaton,: Ryley and Her=' .man were charged by Constable (Glonny with removing timber from Crown aids. 'They pleaded guLilty siltd -wer* eli.ioiaale siamll Tasiid1 I05 a., h.t 11' .11V., yilios, f .air llriviig lover th ?fil .i,,piph waLn saalsal n ,l a is il.lar nilii llliifi .; ' .. . . ":ý . thailt M.r. ''1! mal il ot'id...

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

Drapers and Grocers. x x LADIES, the New Goods hre 'jus' openotd :for the coning:, Season. Try and hakei it convenrlent to coin; and see them.o. lishall be.glad to seatd you samples. Tlih value thiu season,beati?all in tile pat.. .' - , Dress Tdr4ds Chelca anid Plaihi'Dress an immense variety. Caliene,, Sheetings, Cambrics, Whiro .obes. Embroidery, all widths. A fine Stuck of Everything to choose rozuat 149, Bourke street East. 149 Special Advertisements. T. C.0.0 K,E, General' House Piinter, 'Decorator, &c., Goodd Worknia?sbhip ;and Best. Materials Guaranteed. ma :· li - stretI, `Arin~tishiec = Estimiates Given. R O GY, CARPENTER & CABINETMAKER, 46A Chapel Street, P.,'.R AE H;-R,.A-"N; :: ..Estmratcs given.-.? Furniture Repaired- and Repolished. All Orders promptly attended to. MnlsiclWarelhouse- . , FEISS BROS., 1ANUFACTURlERS OF Orehlestrionis, rdiisos,is si : Ilarmoniumis, Organs, 12SD CHAPEL STREET WINDSOR. Musical Boxes, Violins, Fancy Figures. Concertinas, Acc...

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

ANDARD MUTUAL BUI ING SOCIETY. I . ' res F . Entr.6nce fece, Is . -5 i subscription, 2s. 6d. monthly pet 'inare President--James Smith, -sq. Vice-president-Edwin Exoh, Esq.. Treasurer--Angell Ellis, Esq. Coommittee-Thomas Stend,:Esq. ; ;J, G rcig, ' .Eqiq,::A W. I. arson, Esq;, J,P.;, A. Larard, Esq. ; D. Sangster, Esq. ; T. Smith. Esh.: T. W. Swiudlcy, Esq.; J. Zevenboon, Esq,, J.P.; M. L.. Stodart, Esq. Solicitor-Montague Coher, Esq. (Mcssrs Pavey, Wilson and Cohen), •Table ]1,--Showing the payments per, cmien 'der iuontli (principal and interest), for a loan of £100. No. of I Monthly I Total Am- 1 Interest for the years I Repayments | ont rapnid I whole term Two.. £4 106 £ 108t 12' 0I :8 120 Four.. 2 28 10 - 117 4 0 17 10 - Six .. 1 l 0 126 0 0 2 0 0 :Eight'. 1: 1 8 4; s 130'00 " 00 Tenl. 1 4 4 l11O00. '6 o00 Twelve 1; 1:8 :|I 150 00 60 00 Under the above table the Society is prepared to lend three-fourths of the value of approved securities, and in special cases' alargersproport...

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THE COURTING OF TNOWHEAD'S BELL. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 8 September 1888

at THrl OOUTITING OFp T'UoW.- b HEAD'S BELL. at d m I '(VOI ' AOl?o LIObTmYLLs.') y For two years it bhad been notorions in the tb equare that Sam'l Dickle was thinking of n. coerring T'nowehead's Bell, and that if little e Sanders Elsbioner (which is the Thrums 0O I, pronunciation of Alexander Alexander) went n to for her he might prove a tonrmtdable rival. i6 Sem'l was a weaver in theat Tenements, and an it anders a coal carter, whose trade-mark wna Li a bell on his horse's neck that told when coals were Doming. Being something of a t public man, Sanders had not so high a so social position ase Sa:n', but be bad succeeded e his father on the coal-eart,.twhile the weaver ca had already tried several trades. It had alwase r, been against Sam'), too, that once, when the go 1. kirk was vacant he had advised the selection a of the third minister who preached for it on the ground that it came expensive to pay a JA large number of candidates. The scandal of 'at Sthe thing was hushed up, ...

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BLACK BLOOD: A PEOULIAR CASE. BOOK II. AFTER A LONG LAPSE. CHAPTER I. IN A DININGROOM. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 8 September 1888

rBLAK BLOOD: A PEOULihR CASEM. '''r GEORGE MAN)VIbLE FElRN, Authorot' The Mster of the Ceremonles, I S The Parson of Damford,' Etco | BOOK II. AFTER A LONG LAPE. OEApt ]R I. o S I, A DININGROtl. 0 "', v.nor been rowing of yeo. again, sir?' b S. ' bngowing; Disk? Ioan'e stand it. Corse we e f feel sometimes as if I should go and I' 'E?rsy, sir easy.' _ . Easy I Confound you ! Don't talk to to e0 like that. Damsen I feel .as if I could 51 take' one of these single-eticks and thrash ft 0yo till you couldn't stand.' 9 S Well do, Master Rob, Go it, sir. Wallop "nelikea dack. I won't hit bhck. my lad, not me, I'll take it liko a man, if it'll do d 7on good.' m 'I know you would Diok, old chap. There, I her your pardon; shake bands.' t No no, none o' that. Don't yoa be too Iree with the servants, Mr. Rob, or you'll be ,making masters worse for youroelf.' w SWhat do I oars I 'm a blackguard, I lb was born a blackguard. SNay nay, not you, Mr. Rob.' ab 'Yes tam ; my father has told mse a an t...

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OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. Wednesday, September 5. Before Mr. Hare, P.M., and Messrs Looker and Jordan, J's.P. IMBIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 8 September 1888

OAKLEIGH; POLICE COURT. Before ,r,- Hare, P.M.,,;and Messrs. Looker and Jordan, J's.P. IMBIBERS. : at. Ityley for "being drunk, and disorderly was fined 5s,anid A. John soni for a similar offencd anid also for refusing to leave a railway carriage had to pay double that amount. JOLLY DRUNK. VWm. Jolly who was charged' with being drunk' whilst iiC 'cbarge of a horse was cautioned. against a repeti tion of the offence and fined £1.; AN OLD VYA(iItANT. ;Richard :Poole,- said to.. be. an old a offender, was charged by: Senior-Con stable Grey, with having ino visible lawful means of suppoit. The con stable stated that. he was a very sau, picious chairacter and' turned up time and Again ini the Oakleigh district, ri,nd whenever'!ie was about.pettye ,robber-. ies were of frequent occurrence but so cleverly carried out" as to avoid detec. - tion.' Acciised sairlie had beei' work- ' ing lately at. Lilydale and. other places and if discharged he ',would leave the t district. He was :discharged...

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CAULFIELD POLICE COURT. Monday, September 3. Before Messrs. Holland, Watts and Maxwell, J's.P. THE KING OF THE CANNIBALS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 8 September 1888

CAULFIELD POLICE, COURT., . ,Monday, September' 3. :Befo r-Medssrb.: 1loll0and, Watts and .... .. M. xwvli, J's.P. TIlE KING OF THlE UANNIBALS. Thos. "Torpey v. :J. Ba.ird, two counts, of assault and obscene lari guage. J. Baird v.,, John ,Torpey, assault. John Torpey v.' J 'Baird, two counts, assault and obscetio lan guage. Thos. Torpey v. Wm. John son, for assault.. Mr. McKean appeared for Baird and Johnson,,and Mr..F. Stephen for the Torpoys.. It was agreed to hear 'all six cases together. This case occupied the bench for over an hour and appeared to hive arisoii out of a dispute about the driv, lug of a teau.of horsca. B1aird, Joln-. on iand 'Torpey wore engaged.in con. voyii g i ,house -on ,vhli ls friom Els tornwick to Brighto,i when Torpey's horse, lnot ;:wor king t properly Baird struck him with his whip and ani altercation ensued. 'Torpey jut,; uoed foul ligunge to BUird, on which l'or :liey?truck' hi iim bhlow on the " face,:.at this Torpey son., came on t111 scenie, and b...

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BRIGHTON FREE LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 8 September 1888

BRICHTON FREE LIBRARY. S.Thq odinarymonthly meetingpof the co"immitee of the' above institute was held last i4 ednesday evening, there being present the President, W. Bur rows, Esq., and Messrs. Le Mare, Hayball, Drew, Black and Cotterill. . ?? : 1! CORBRSPONDENCE..7 Letters were received from Mr A, .H.: Hayball .,conveying: the. thanks of the, Debating . club to, the Library .committee for use of room, and from ex-councillor. O'Shea, resiguing his position as representative of the coun cil, consequent upon his not now v' '" ;irei'ng ia seat at the council t?lle. .. PREPORTS. ' Th6'TreasurBr reported the receipts r.,r sirijce.last :nmeetingo to -haive - been Subscriptions, &.c; £7L19s 3d; Govern ment subsidy, £79 6s 8d, this includ ing credit balance in handi-made -£151 . .:.s,7s:The expenditure . amounted to £12,14s 3d,- which, deducted from income, left a credit balance of £138 12s 9d. He recommended accounts amountinig in all. toq £64 .ss ld for The Hall and 'Building com...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 8 September 1888

LOCAL ITEMS. The Victoriani Trotttin Clu 'hich Solds a lease of-,the Llsternli.zck. gming bourse finm the Bonard o1 Landand SV?orl'si-lld thle -Brihton mnnicipilahity, adopted in January last a by.law regun lating the admission of bookmakers to the course. This by-law provided tlattt'o i person shoulda carry -onp'thb iisminess of a hidokmiaker within the grand stand reserve or saddling pad dock at Elsternwick before and until lie had complied-'with- certaii condi tions. An application was made in the name of Henry Coleman, a book maker, to have; the by-law quashed. The objections taken to it were that it was not'ilauthorised by the terms of the leAse undlo; "lhich the club held the ground from the Board of Land and Works and the 3righton munici pality. TiTHer boit's )oointed out that '"te '?.T C possessedno rights outside those conferred in their lease from the Bonrd of Land and Works and the borough council of Brighton,. who wore joint grantees .from the Crown. The legality of the ...

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MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL. Tuesday, September 4. Present: Councillors A. E. Clarke, (President), Benson, Longbottom, Mercer, Robinson, Woodmason, McKinley and Edsall. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 8 September 1888

MALVERNo'8HIRE COUNCIL Iuesday, September 4. Present: Councillors A. E. Clarke, (President), Benson, Longbottomni Mercer, Robinson, Woodmason, .McKinley and Edasdl. COIRESPONDENCE. From S cretary Malvern United Cricket Club askiii. for ui, o?e.f tlhe recreattongrouniid thley..i roamsing not: to interfere with any other club, and stating there was ample room for both. An application was also road from the secrot.ry of the Malvern cricket club asking for exclusive use of the ground, they offering-to-effect certain improve ments therein.-Referred to the Re-, creition Committee to deal with. From W. Brokenshaw, Barkley avenue, Malvern, asking the council to allow him to remove the redgumn -kerbing:- as=e a -was.- nihiking f new street.:-Agreed` to tcouncfiil's expense From the secretary of the Munici pal Group stating that the resolutions forwarded from the Malvorn Counlcil arrived too late to be included in the printed sheet.--?Ieceived. Several other -letters were recoived on the ques...

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

-.:?.Special Advertisements. .BARKLY'& PARLIAMENT STREETS BRIGHTON. .. CL ARK, .'! :-:ONTRACTOR For Asphalting Lawn Tennis Courts, Garden S Paths, Verandahs, Yards, Workshops, &c., &c. &c. FNING, CARTAGE, & PLOUGHING. << ,' , "'ON SALE :--Metals,' Rubble, ..Screenings, Bricks, &c. :. J. R. BAVINTON, BOO TMAK ER, .: ;POINT. NEPEAN. ROAD, . ,orth.. Br-ighton. . . ..AND EDWARDS 'Are now making their First Show of DRA PERY In Mantles and Millinery. DreS. Goodi in Silk, and Woollen Fabris.., P:: rints, Zephers 'Embroidered Robes, White ad Colord, in Great Variety, New Hosiery, New Gloves. ":' Ladies' Underclothing. Parasols, Umbrellas, Cretones, Lace Curtains "??inen Damaks, Table Cloths and Napkins. Splendid Value. They have also coming forward, during. this and next month, their usual shipment of novelties for the season. FIRST CLASS - Dress and Mantle Making., Men's Tweeds and Coatings. Shirts, Collars. Ties, Braces...

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

Punmp a',d Jrr gnO on Plant. J,'hn Danke and Sou, 42 B'orhk streeot wes, are preparol to rupply putope and irrigation plant ftur any purpose. A large eock of a+se and wroughtilron ptpos always on hand. (ADVT) ]iRn omeno, 1m and Jcflros Limited. John D n.,k and Sn aro sole acents for Vie tore f,r Rltnemesa, Sime and Jeff.les'engines aud thrasher.. bto new eolonial portable rnuine and theonew Autritllsao ahrasherstand Orst in the market 42 (only) Bourke street wes$, Melbouroe.-(ADvTr) Doa't Throw away. Don M throw away y,,nr old spoons, forke, -pargnes, tea and omIoe servloee, salvers, ,tibhes, eto., send them to John Danka and 8,n to be re-plated equal to new.r-(AVTe.) FaL iEI5 noII, Ky ·A: ,aUdu lUUýt .I c" *, e. t IF" Uono for Bale by W. R. LOOKER and SONS. 81 OOPLINB lTatlZ NABST, UIWLBOURNI (VNelt Victorla :J)oue PaiaoQ) With Urnob Ofle at Oskleolg. tlppdland Farms from 25 acres bo 040 sores; varlon.s priceS. from a4 per scre BerwloII and aoca eluld Var?l,20, 0d, TO. and an00 Aac...

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