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MALVERN POLICE COURT. Saturday, October 6. Before Messrs Jones, Dixon, and Sykes J's.P. INSULTING BEHAVIOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 13 October 1888

MALVERN POLICE COURT... Saturday, October 6. Beforeo, Messrs Jones, Dixon; ;and Sykes J's.P. INSULTING BEIIAVIOUR. Jas.' Griffin 'was. charged'by' Con stable Walsh with being guilty of in sulting behaviour, in a_ public place. The evidence was to the effect that accused who was three parts drunk persisted in asking the Constable to go. with him to,the Railway Hotel and haive a drink, and when that guardian of the peace politely declined and urged him to behave himself and go home, lie became very abusive and attempted to strike and otherwise illtreat Walsh. He was cautioned and fined .£2 2s in default, 7 days. TAAT INSPECTOR AGAIN. H. J. Jones was charged by R, G. Rossiter, Inspector of Nuisances for the Shire of Malvern, with allowing a ferocious dog to be at large in the public street. His solicitor raised a technical objection that the summnons was not signed as required by the Act.' This objection was held by the bench to be fatal, who dismissed the case with a guinea costs agai...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 13 October 1888

Ei E_ POSIT"_ - BALANCE OVER2YEARS 7 I'- i " -I-L ST'he Convent A ."i-THE CONVENT ROAD 2-['i ,28 2 26, / t -. "0 25 Sao "ro. S" STREET S/.. I , _I e. wY , ti ;.35 20 IMO, - . .. .o C-urch o-f Enan 67 CHANGERY LANE, BRR ANDaBnA RODIANR A B. i..x... .RE LWEOU. . PST. NI, BO .. LentenniaI Prini ig and Publishing Co LimiteJ, O."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 13 October 1888

Ransome., Sims and Jeforto. Llm'tod. John Danks and Son. 42(only) Bourke street west, Melbourne. eale agents Specialities she new improved portable engine, epeolally busi for the colonies, with enlarged cylinder., increased strength in working p .rt, enlarged boiler and heatiog surface, Improved faeollti .w for cleaning out hoiler, safety lock up fire.box and ash p.n, and all modern improvements. The new design Aastralaaian thrasher, fitted wibh ramous rotary shakers, third blast under oaring riodle, is asnures perfect ashking perfect .eparnation from cavings, perfeit drojsing. Tr is perfection. If you are wantino one, eet one of these. Donaldson's paoent tIlur mill, a small cheap mill, suitable for farm non, or fnr small townshlls; fixed engines, end other onricultural mochinory, iMeners I?anoomes, Sims. and Jeffries are well known lfor the excellencu of 'heir mann factured, having rsonred first pricea all over the world. Mesera. Danke and Son may be onrgrarulated upon havine secur...

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RESCUE OF AERONAUTS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 13 October 1888

RISCtBE OF AERONAUTHil The' ' Independance Belge' publishes further partlculars relative to the ascent of the balloon of the Aerostatlo Corps of Eainseers, and of the reerae in the Channel of the aeronauts by the steamer Warrior. It was on Monday evening, floh August, the aocent was made from the Artillery grounds of Berobhem, in Belgium, the oar contalning IM. Toulet, Captain Mahaudoen, and Lieutenont Oroy LIeutenant Oroy has given the following narrative of his voyage and resoae. He said that there was nothing when the ascent was made to lead to the supposition that the balloon would drift oat to sea. P lot balloons had been sent ar, whloh at first took a northerly dire*tlon, and when they arrived at a great altitude turned to the weet-that is to say, towards Germany The balloon did not rise high in the first Instance. It passed over Antwerp at a height of 200 metres. It was very dark, and little could be dieoerned except the Seheldt, which was crossed twice. When over Waloberen I...

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WIT AND HUMOUR. HER HEART WAS PIER[?]ED WITH AN ARROW [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 13 October 1888

WIT ANJ' HUMOUr, HElR HEAR?LWAS PIERIiD WITH AN. r ARROW rt Pecause abe got a ban of imitation ?Maai "- Soap intoead at the genninue and bher clothee were etjouled. The tert Snimo Peur ba that same pierced hnart stamped ca it, and is made a only by The Victoria Soap anc Candle Co. I Geelonig S WIIAT THan WAodG0o WAS FILED W.Ii ' ridget?' said the peIgesoe in his deep Johneonlan voloe, 'step to the door and see it that waggon to Siled with agricaltural t products.' 'doar. sort. thera'd notlin'in it at al at all, barttein' a lot of vegetables,' answered Mridgae. as she cloeod the door, IT is said that overy dog hashis day but the d nights certainly belong to the cate. . e Well, Pat, Jim dida' quite kill you with that brickbat, did hie' 'No; bat I wish he had.' ' What los 1' ' So I could have seen him bung, the villain ' One day a pit manager met a certain collier as he was wayiong homewards, taking the full hreadth of the roe. "Weal, Tam,"said t the manags. " I see 'onru' drank againt...

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Sur[?] [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 13 October 1888

Brarsp The eletsleo rifle oeonen of recently, which, it is said, will firs 8,000 times without re. charging, ia dessibed as contructed with dry chloride of silver battery and a primary A valuable banit on torpedo defence is missing fr. . the ofices of the Royal Dock yards qt Portsmouth. The disappesarance is cosedtog,moh commotion. The celebrated Davil' Bridge at Andermati spans: the -ase~a The- river falls in a plo'resaqus eacade 10ft. beneath the bridge, which was ofin wea ith the spray. It was erected in 1830, and was a ingle arch of ranoite, of 21 t. epe The other. day it feli ..

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 13 October 1888

AGBIOULI2rTRlIr NOTES. N Crops. end pasturers have ben revived by the 1oght showoa. and coDl,.weatber. of the past three weeks; but srunmmars heat again Ssltt in, vegetatfan wil agaf commen Sto anffer, as the.malno o han not. been Soufiolent to t p down for moore than one or two ichbus. Tn very few instances has the rain boon heavy enough to fill tie tankh and dams. The wheat crop anc overywhere very ebort, and nsleor .h?vy rams fall p before we eot the uneai houb st, the grain t will be difliult to hbarr~al this year. Glat, 1I although groen, if 8h1 very rshrt, and there is overy indication of the asmmes'e supply be IbngImited. Thunderstorms bare taken plana In nearly all parts of New danth Wale, but thorain fall was not heavy. - Swaoe u sthe districts received a good moistenlog, but mach more b rain in required ore a safe pasages through e the summer oan be earesd.' The following I returns from the GOveramastOberr?vtory at fSydney, giving the total rainfall inceo the beginning at ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 13 October 1888

L. Stevenson & Sons Limted, L. 65 TVIiNSON and 10BNs Need 12s 14 Flla lers Lane East, bletour a? . iflIALn arU.68 Ioooporatad ander the ompnla Blatote, 1560 BIREOTOBSo the aon. C. H. Jam. iLl; tb. aon. Edwar LaheoaT . LUoyd Ioato. ai., B. romy Samt Eh 0 .L ME~ 0o*0 1 ,1 In ddltt. to their ar baes, will be pre foa ALL CLANSES of MERBOANDISI Andt will dertak AGENIS0 atiher tfo BUTING no BELLING. lbm compap are open to reocive doposits favourablo carne O.F. BR ?U Dircos EBSBERI ?SEtRUSON L. 0. SEVEtitOtV ppNe xi .-Qadon ALBERT BUILDING SOCIETY RULED Of ·WEStOBS EDWARD WATERS, ELq, J.P.. Coalrman, J. A. KEflOHB. ?.~E., Vian Charman. Ron. ?. . DENpAW, M.L.A. JoRs ? ,mw oE~n, or.L H. JL LNaOON, Eq, J.P. l MANAGER : A. B. 'LENNAN. OFFERS BPECIAL ADVANTAAGE To INV?BTORS, DEIOstIoEU, sad BOEIP ?IERS. Ianed daily at prumlm of at bL, Fir 1it months receive I par ea.i 8 yjeans, 01 per cent. Tables of rpmsat are based on the lowae orrent (tfream es. andtablevoiaslltog - Speallj cooddeOre...

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[?] NEW [?] [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 13 October 1888

IRAJit iW B raiA'lTr. ( TvaV' Tra ear3Ielj atAnLD). dA t lt a watt-knonara a a that n olber sec-. t1 tion of the pocrtlaton avail theramsrird more readily and sopediory a the latest t inupha or at seience tham the criminal o1* ' eald lanpecto 4 FBouiold ye'arday. "Thoedaeuoa? eriomioal," he continued, akiama dhe cresa hom or.M it now inventioo. it he can unako taea ol it. No safe haa yet been coostrorwt d that, keeps 1,t I the shrewd anddotermited burglar, and that's - the way in everthing. But 1 don't reoaU a 11 casein which this truth was more brUiliantly drmonstrated than the Maxwell case." " What case was that "' querJ?d on old it newrpator hand tes?omt. " I don't recllect r ot ever bearing of it beforoe, " Ne, I suppose vou dpn o," said Mr Bon Sol'd, emusingly. " The fact of tbh matter is, 2 it never was a case tbat properly belonged to r the deparmenut, but I can peak oft l now You ee it was at the time when the telephone I had just been introduced into houeatse and private ae...

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THE LADIES COLUMN MELBOURNE FASHIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 13 October 1888

'tIRB LADIES' 0OLUMN SBr VILVA.. *te firdle and the rlaove are no less im B t omtems t thi totilote to-day than 'My were il trh olden taim. TEka eslaebotato ratrae seen cug an ml-t n tapatrles appear talo emeigh to wear .me'a C - tI o0pot. *Oo pair 69 embroidered senorP. 'wa ano tbrae that freqwently t.o Aed in my lady's -eeants, and the embroidery was very 4he the elaborato mioknik upon the sleeves l to-day. ?lta of · .:d 'and snilec, leather ibedies, and those of siik and ribbon -re Vhewnain great variety jost Uow, and bid f ir -to be oneof bth featurse of spring dressing BIret speaks oiamewbero of 'rratless sibbomed thine.' To judge by the im _sense variety' of tibboat imported. ' ribboned thinsi' will 1e wail to the front this season. There are ribbons shot snd sltriped moiri and sattl ribboans and ribbons 44l'abiolag two or moir alikea materials. 'tibb.ae, indeed, as trimming were never ?ore popular than at praemnt. Ribbon in a-y arrangement on a skirt is considerrd maOMt, but ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 13 October 1888

.peciai Advertisemen ts. BARKLY & "PARLIAMENT STREETS BRIGHTON. ! W M. CLARK, :. .. r. CONTRACTOR , iForAsphalting Lawn Tennis Courts; Garden -:Pats Verandahs, Yards, Workshops, &c., &c. &c. :ENCING, CARTAGE, & PLOUGHING. Oa ON SALE :-Metals, Rubble,.' S. .... Screenings, Bricks, &c. ..( J .'. R:BAVINTON, "" BOO T:OMAK E:R ... , POINT- NEPEAN ROAD~, .. - -. -:,• r North Brigrhton. o D.Y'i ; '; : .ii : .- '. EDW.&RDS .:; 're now making.their First Show~io New Spring, and Summer DRAPERY " in Mantles ,and Millinery.. Dress Goods in Silk and 'ollen Fbrics. S- Prints, Zephyrs,; Embroidered Robes, White and Colored; in -:Great :Varietyj New Hosiery, New Gloves. Ladies' Underclothing.: Parasols Umbrellas, Cretones, Lace Curtain Linen Damniasks,.Table Cloths. and Napkins. Splendid Value . ' . They have also coming forward,,during this-and-next month, their usual- shipment of novelties for the seasn.' ;,: i r FIRST CLASS Dress and :Mant...

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BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. Friday, October 12th, Before Mr. Alley, P.M. A DESPERADO [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 13 October 1888

- .BRIGHTON -POLICE OOUJT .T. Friday;, Otohr -12th, S Before Mr: Alley, P- M. 'T A` D$IPERADO - { Benjaninri. Wilkiiiid6 ?lion remand, wea? s charged with; trespass, damagetto property, and tojbe bound over to`keep the peace towards otie James Smith, of ;Trafalgar Villa,?,Male-street, Brighton. Mr. Gillott for.. complainant, Mr. Westly for'the'defence. ' ,.Eromnthe_'evidedn&e'it appeared. that on Sunday,-.30th ,ult.,- the accused, whose i wife 4wae"i Smith's house, forced his yway on to the premites and threaLeneid to'settle himl aiaA idafor him, to hang for him, and if he could not (dobit him's'lf,tho w?ulget some one else.todo;it:t, ?ffio -For-the .defence .,it .was _.adduced that Wilkinson, who wasbrother-in-law to Smith, went to the house to demand an interview with his wife, which was denied him. He then in the heat of the moment, msBitseT ' 'tl ats complained of, hee'ng' at' he time-: under the iifluence of liquor. ' fe promised to leave the Colony within a week. . He ...

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CHOOSE OF COMMONS SKETCHES (PALL MALL BUDGET) THE SUM OF THE SESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 13 October 1888

(ALL MALL BUDOgET ) tas BUM Or TILE SESSION. The holidays have eome at last : at last 8tepben's Ia silent and deserted; the aiaM '., is hurrying away to shoot in ,:th'qorth to salt in the mouth, to do any .thi n? anywhere in relief from his legislative labour. What in the neot result of the eaeeost that has just oaeded What effect ag?l.: t had on the position of individual sihnmbere GAINS AND LOSSES.-1. MR. BRADLAUIII. M! Bradlaugh has gained at least as much 4tsny one private member. Aseisted by theiew rule for forwarding private legisla -AI,"he'has onoceecded in carrying the Oaths . 'BiM through its third reading; and he has ddie'i.a by an arrangement whiob. whatever .may be said of it by exacting Radicals, was carried out with the greatest taot and good nanM eineot. Besidea thib, Mr Bradlaugh Laabown a width of sympathy and view, 44Asp Cf matters not narrowly domestic wb eh prove him to be no Radical of the? provincial kind; he has debated with extreme pungency and force, and has...

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CAULFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, OCT. 11. Present—Crs. Ballantyne, (president) Long, Grimwade, Griffin, Le Page, Cotton, Stephens, Hartle, Langston, Looker. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 13 October 1888

CAULFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. Present -Crs B iiye (president) Long, Grimwade, Griflin, Le Page, Cotton, Stephens, Hartle, Langstoi, Looker. coRRESPONDENOE. From the Borough of Flemigto, and Kensinb'onlV?skiii, the council to_ assist them in the removal of the City Cattle Yards.-Agreed to. From Public Works department notifying the appointment of F. G. McDougall, government auditor.-Re ceived. - , • From W. Millar re the nuisance caused by the spilling of nightsoil ih and about Elsternwick streets. On the motion of Cr. Stephens it was resolved to offer a reward of £20 for the conviction 'of the offenders. From R. Roberts and a number of other Cab proprietors with reference to water trough at Elsternwick asking for its removal and calling attention to carters standing and blocking up the thoroughfare.-Left to Ors. Hartle and Long to inspect and report thereon. From Shire of Moorabbin asking the councilIto "send .delegtes to a coni ference to be hold at South -Brightor, on the 22nd inst. at...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 13 October 1888

Drapers and Grocers. L ADIES, the New Goods are jiust opened for the coming Shasoh. Try and make it convehient to come and see them. I shall be glad to sehd:oyb samples. The value this season beats all in the past. Dress Tweeds, Checks and Plain Dress an immense variety. Calicoes, Sheetings, Cambrics, White Robes. Embroidery, all widths... A fiie Stock of Everything to ohoose from. at Payne's 1149,-.Bourke street East. .149 Special Advertisements. T COOK E,. - 'neal House Painter, ; Decorator, &c., Good Workmanship and Best Materials .GGuaraiteed. , High Street Armada i Est matei Given... : MONTGOMERY, CARPENTER & CABINETMAKER, 46A Chapel Street, .P: R A "H-. R.: A' ,N..;:i . '-Estimates given. Furnmiture Repal rerand, Repolished. All Orders 'pijoi teded to2. I. DRU MMON Plumber and?Gasfitter, S, ?Vanstone's Buildings, , HIGH STREET, EAST PRAHRAN. Estimates Given. Tanks, Baths, &c., made, fixed, and ....--- ....repaired, . ., . Wood i4 Coal Merchants, General...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 13 October 1888

. . . . UT t 1LTiP) - ?SOCIETY , :,., Shares, £25, .Entrance feee, sl. per share snbseription; 2o. Gd. monthly per share. President-James Smith, Esq. Vice-president-Edwin Exon, Esq. Treasurer-Angell Ellis, Esq. ConhitteeL-Th'omas ,Stead, Esq.; J, Greig, Es, -. A. - W. 1-farston;- Esq., :J,P., ..A. Larard, Esq. ; D. Sangster, Esq. ; T. Smith. Esb.: T. W. Swindley, Esq.; J. Zevenboon,.Esg,, J.P.,; M. L. Stodart, Esq. - Solicitor-Montague Cohen, Esq. (Messrs Pavey, Wilson and Cohen), Table B.-Showing the payments per calen dar month (principal and interest), for a loan of £100. *o. '6-i ' inxthly I Total Am- IntirestIfor the years I RepAyments 1 ouie rlpaid I. - whole term .. I £4 io I L0 -110 o s ai2 six .. 1150 120 s 0 I 200 Elght. I 8 4 136 00 36 00 Ten.:.. 144 - 6.000 9.P Twe'lve 'I 156000 i ' 0-0. Under the above table, the Society is prepared to lend three-fourths of the value of approved securities, and in special cases a larger proportion. Borrowers have the privilege, of ,payi...

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BLACK BLOOD A REGULAR CASE. BOOK II. CHAPTER XXII. 'ALL RIC[?].' [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 13 October 1888

BL-,ACK -..BLOOD:. SA BeIA1, ? ? e?.&- B .E MANVILrL1I EERNN,' AuthatCeot The Master of the Geremonine ' ahe Pamon of Dumferj,' Etc. BOOK I. SHAPTI6R [XI. 'ar Baice.' Nelly Daweon thought that it would have been much onicer to have gone round by the dfielde, and been helped by those two strong arma over the different stiles;e: but it was verJ niceevennow, for Mr. Rob Black was so kind -and gentle and such a bravo man.. It was thr happieetmoment of her life, and as her sobs subsided, and she wiped away her tease, and looked up sidewlse at the tall, s:urdy, young fellow, a desperately wicked: thought came to:her heart, and she said to heraglf, in her rlng for comfort and solace: I wish he would kiss me.' But Rob B:ack had not the slightest idea of taking such a liberty. He was thinking about how unfortunate it was that he should have had such a quarrel with the sergeant, and wondering whether anything unpleasant would come of it. Then'he began to think that he should be glad t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 13 October 1888

Colleges and Schools,, &c.' M ISS SPYER, late of Toorak, ;certifi cated pupil of Madame Madeline Schiller, isinow.preparcd to resume tuition in kusic at her own or pupils' residence. Terms on application, "Embden," Landcox street, North Brighton, near the residence of:the Hon. Thos. cnt, M.L.A. Special Advertisements. EDWARD W. HUBBARD, HOUSE, LAND & ESTATE AGENT, 17 Rothschild Chambers, 47 COLLINS STREET WEST, Desires to call attention to the following Eligible Properties: Brighton -Middle. 12 Marine residence sites, close baths and pier, in Chelsea street, 6 minutes from station, fine high land, grand depths to l2ft right-of way, capital line for builder: cheap.. Brighton Middle. Grosvenor street, splendid residence site, close baths and pier,.67ix 155 to right-of-way; £6. Brighton. Boxshall street. close to..Town Hall" spl5endid residence site, 82 x 239: Bargain. Burwood.-Hurry's orchard, three flne.villa ,site's it Queen's parade, each 5.0 x,140. Canterbury. Clar...

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SHIRE OF MOORABBIN. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 13 October 1888

SHIRE OF MOORABBIN. 1Moorabbin is located in an 'exceedi ingly healthy position, and from its close proximity to, the metropolis and being studded with"villages and town ships is a favorite: residence and place of resort. The soil is well' adapted for market garden puipodis, bdt this is being driven rapidly further'a-field, "syndicates -are being fobrmed and. the broad acres of garden and pasturage land rapidly studded vith buildings of almost all sizes' and dimensions suit able for dwellings or business estalish ments:'. Amoingst its priribipal., toien-, ships and villiges 'are :-- ; South- Brighton-This is a muni-, ciph~r and postal villige, with money 'order offices, 10 mniles froni Melbourne, on the PointiNepean road. The Shire Hall is erected in South Brighton- a photographic view of which is given below. It is an ancient looking build ing; and consists merely oftwo rooms, that facing the street being used for small public :gatherings, and for 'tea meetings &o. • At the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 13 October 1888

, .flltwnIC3RroiS' S|»iolaf-Advertisc nents .w;w iwl AKN D )WOODMASON, . 'Om: -" Chtapel Street, -:10- ..;.. . , .- PRAHRAN,.... -^JWTOl. QI JaTOR RTH OF COFEE TYB H ! ?flUTII ! THE .:iv, iX i' -THE. CHEAPEST,. FURNITURE WAREHOUSE . outh, Yarra, Prahran, Windsor and St. Kilda;.: . :; Howato Fuirpnish a 3-roomed Cottagfor .?.1t. 1Rc fn F+r o .aani';~ Dining-room Colonial Sofa, with Squab and .?Bolhters ,,.. i;., :.} £1'ý'7°6. Cedar ChiffonieresSafe, Polished 1 6 0 Lx CaneChairs',... ., [A ... 1 4 0 Bound Table ... ... 12 6 Table Cover ... ... , 5 6 Feider aiid Irons .. :.: - .!i0, 12; '.06 Matting to cover room .... 10 6 Hearth Riug; `: : . :: : -. '0:6, %'6 Cornice Pole and Brackets 0 11 6 Slip Mat .:'? ... .: 1 6 Bedroom We would call attention to Special Drawing-room Suites very strong consisting of 6 small chairs, Gent's easy chair, Lady's do., and carved conch, From £11 10 0 Dining-room Suite in realleather consisting of 6 small chair, T 2 easy chairs, and couch, from 20 0 0 Nai...

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