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WIT AND HUMOUR. ONE THOUSAND POUNDS REWARD [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 27 October 1888

KWIT AN) tHUUIO1UR. OiE TI1OU5A'D. IJU\D3 REA ARD diYh11 paid to tno ",n nom r*.'., iur t' " Gt nntne Megiw B ap " inj rem thea o othe up skin If you wiat you e wahing doun it 20 miottee wIthnat kUVhifl, ere that you get thegeanine artiche whbih bae stampel an every tar the reeldet xd trade mark--" A heart pierced with an arm"rI,," and is mode eoly be the inventors, The Victoria 8iap arnd Oaodle Ca., Geelona.

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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BERRY ON MEN WHO WERE HANGED. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 27 October 1888

BERRY ON MEN WHO WERE HANGED. Berry, the English executioner, In an interview with a reporter, relates the diroem atanoes of a meeting wbiob took piaoe early on the fatal moruiog between the two m,, D'niels and Jones, who were hanged at Bir. ihingbam. Toey had been kept i thear s.peo rate cells until about baef-post 6 o'clock, a?hn they made theirlaet toiles and oere put to the same cell. As soon as they niet. J n? rit-hel to Deoiele, grasped him hby tie halt , tnU said, 'Daoetel, God blene you ! Gol bi ee e . both I We ehall meet, I hope, in the I nd ofl Light.' Doniole returnoe the grain wa rnly. replying, ' Joies. God blese you. Tuey mig'it have put no together all alone.' From hbatt time to toe end thboy remained toietaer When Berry went into the cell .o pilion the two men, he asked them whether they intended to say anything on the oaffuolJ. Jones said he had someething to eay, and Berry advised him to say nothing, Jones thereupon turned to one of the warder., and said. ' He won...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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SCIENTIFIC NOTES. S[?] [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 27 October 1888

.OIENTIFO :NOTES. 5er 0rrlo DEOKPToiNB. Warbeps ttse m-et marvellone ontee o' aeosptioa the ,rientlfio muai beis to deal "~1-* are thoue which as a rate so eemonsey s.re hoopny ailme,'s, and are prwduced wilthru tho" immediate agency cameryP er..a ntlimull." You may thifk yon ire ll-tenipg to mu'tiae, eithber vtcal o' t Iamstro?,-a..t, and' follow 'the hare -?om beg'l,.. "o - rndl, whi:e Bll the iure t:er momailo being rr-Merfted; yu in iyt ro that too tee the, f-coo, a fri.-nd who.. at t.. time may be dead or far swai, enl he apper to yor'weth such reality that youen call bin by eis r ame, but of uour-e got no reponee ; these are pnrely delalsons of the s'*ee which a.e known Res sunljcive sen?atione Anexamplo or two may prove int-reteing illrJobhn Herechel gives the follow'lg from his personal erxperitce :- I hod beet, witoeeserg the demolisto, of a sreuc'nre fahmilar to me from childhood, and with which many interetir g, aerctationus were Cornected ; a de.moll·ten tnot nuatter.ded...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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AN ADVENTURE WITH A CROTALUS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 27 October 1888

AN ADVENIURBE WITH A. OROTALUS., A correepondont ,f she Calcutta " Eniglishc man" desoribra en adventure which be had' w:tb a ?oake kln,.w . as the crotlules moti .rnapipire) of .Tri idad and South America' It se a eongeuer of the rattle?eke, and, like the csaheilla, aaothr venohnmooi enlak, it usually ileeps in the any in h ;lla and. hollow logs, or occasionally cociled on ewme small mound in a swamp in the forest depths. In search of tionber tuearde the cotoe of the dry seaeon, when the grruul was thickly carpeted with leanes, the writer, in company with a half breed, who combined the vocatione of wood man and hunter, sturn, el suddenly on a large speolmen of the acoLalun mrlnt shliely wind ing its horneward way among the leay d-brte t lthe forest. Fo: s no ?time it was difdiclt to discern the '-ale folds of the snake bhrough the browni llles of d csring folage ; hot having reach - i, o*ar sepet the reptile coiled round a lo t,,lm a .aid urelares for sotion. About a ,ard of the bo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 27 October 1888

floasomo * SInm and Jollorlog Lim ted. Johb D xslcsanu S.so, 42(only) lBprk otrrs t aet. Mlelbouron, golt eg-ntoe Speelalatlso the new amuisrod portnbl, engine, apeoially built for the Lolonleo, with enlargod cylindner Issoroatod strongth In worklko pDutto oniollea hailer and heoting ofrlace. improoves faoollti " for cleaniog oat boleor, salfey loclrknp flroshon and ash eon, and all modern Improvemsntl. Too now design Ausotoolsalna Thraoher, flilsd with namouso od 1shjlruuo, third bigot under owning-riddlle, It aosssro porfect shaking. portfet separatlon fr.fm covisige, p rleat dre.slng. It i. isortoclion. If yon sre went tso O'ý, wot one ol there. DsnsldsOssu 1sietrt 1l t souill, a oaennll shsop toil!, aslitabln fts tlorm nrac or for eomla toenhipo Ilined stgiuon, and olher agurcultural machinery. Moessr. Ransomo.. Sims, and Jelirlee ore well known fot the ozcellonc of tlsir manon footoro., baying sooured trot prlooc all oven (bs world. Mesoi.Danketand Son may be onagratolahes upon...

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ONE OF NAPOLEON'S ENCUMBRANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 27 October 1888

ONE OF NAPOLEON'S EN CUM BR ANCES. The Parie ccrrespt nent of the 'Ohieago Tribnoe' is rep',."ible for the foIlowlini, ale: -" When the IC nleror N.poleon It(I. war wri'.hi.bie ' Lifo.f Cm.ar.'.ad. wie cistinv ambi.iou, gl.t.ce. at a h-ir in the academr, a poet whra name ehall be ok,,'kwu tu fame wrote a few verees on the Emperor'- work, raIerring to him as the ' erestees Cae r ot theme later l)em.' In return the E.peror sent him a eple.diu nt,.mn d rinr and an invitation to a?L at ?he lP,'leries. W enu the poet came the E.u, rot reocivwd him affectiona ely, and shte, tome oonveratlion naked him if be was married. 'Nu;, ire.' ' vAd why dun's you y' ,norical, See h:re Would you merty a ld, ryu,.a. beintilal, nt ardeut dtapo.i lon, and with' a handsmin dowry, it yoU mart nnh a one who woa willhu to have your' ' Y s, air.; I se,,uln be nll' too happy.' ' e;Il. tien, oume here ton..urro cnight at 10 o'etoca ; I will preent you to ther ' As the appointed time the poet again pre eonted hi...

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A BATTLE BETWEEN A COBRA AND A TIGER. (NEW YORK SUN.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 27 October 1888

A BATTLE BETWE"N A COBRA AND A TIGER. (New YOSK SUN.) While the number of persons in India who lose their lives by serpents and wild animals as returned each year by ifiolal record, is so treat as to amaze no, I am satistfed that not more than two thirds of the actual number are returned. I p resed five years in that coontry, most of the time in the interior among t5e nntlves.and I know how impossible it ie for officials to collect anythiog like trustworthy catietios under this head. The head men of villages are euppoeed to report to certain ffiolals, but they do so only under pressure Where a report would give a district ta bad name is is altered and amended, and no doubt the Government connives at this. The amounteof money paid out as bounty each year to the slayers of sorpoents and wild atnmale is enormous, and is oroalosing yearly, proving that all attempts to even lessen the genoral evil have resulted in failure. The tiger, hyena tiger wolf, wolf, and other dan geroun beasts ha...

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MALVERN POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20. Before Dr Eccles, and Messrs Jones and Sykes J's.P. LARRIKINISM. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 27 October 1888

MALVERN POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20. Before Dr Eccles, and MIessrs Jones and Sykes J's.P. LARRIKINISM. Three young men, named respec tively Edward Taggart, John Dunn and Alexander Wright, were charged with insulting behaviour, and also resisting the police. Mr Miller prosecuted, and Mr Seton Williams appeared for the defence. Constables Wilsoncroft and Walsh gave evidence to the effect that about midnight on the 11th inst., the accused in company with another man not yet identified were in front of the Railway hotel, at the corner of Dandenong and Glenferrie roads, making a hideous noise, shouting, cursing, and swearing. Warned by the police of their be haviour and advised to go home, they proceeded some distance, followed by the constable. When they arrived at the W*attletree-road, they challenged the constable to "come on," Wright taking off his coat. The constables closing on them, Wright pulled a beer Jbottlo from his pocket, and was in the hct of striking Wilsoncroft wit...

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CRICKET. BRIGHTON 3rd v UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 27 October 1888

CRICKET. BRIGHTON 31rd v UNION. This match was played last Saturday at Brighton Beach, and resulted in a win for the Union by 38 runs. Scores Union 87, Brighton 49. The princ ipal scores for the Brighton were 1st. innings Small and Mitchell 8 each, 2nd. innings Mastin 16 not out & Mitchell 11. The Union wickets were taken by M'Lean 2 for 5, Wright 3 for 19, Small 1 for 9, Pye 3 for 21, Ruddle 1 for 10. ExcELSIOR v STANTON (15). This match was played last Saturday, & resulted in an easy win for the form er by 33 runs. The scores were as follows. Excelsior 81, Stanton 48, The principal scores for the winners were, B. Grant 29 (not out), G. Abra hamson 19, C. Chirrett 7. HURLINGIIAM V St. lMARY's. This match was played last Satur day at St. Kilda, & resulted in a win for the latter. The sccres being St. Mary's 80, Hurlingham 26, of which Jno Grundy 13 (not out), & Rico 4 were the chief cnotributors, in bowliug Turner 5 for 29, & Huntly 3 for 23, ...

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THE LADIES' COLUMN THE FAIR SEX AT THE CENTENNIAL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 27 October 1888

THE LADIES' COLUMN 'IB IE AIR SEX AT THE CENTENNIAL EXHIBITION. S B, B VvA." SThe fair nex are certainly well reprosented the Centennial Exhibition, not only In that strip of the Exhlbltlon-bualding Ourtalued off from the vulgar gaze, and chbbed " The Ladies' Court," but through the leuglh and breadth of the " world's fair." Social gatherings of a more or loes Informal kind are held daily at the Exibition, and in these women are naturally the' leading rpirits. On fine afternoors, moro especially on Saturday afternoonl, one is continually cominm upon gronpsof youths and maidens, in the corta, Or in the picture-galleries, and these youths and maidens would seem to be more Interested in holding conversatlons on thinge a general than in studying either the exhibits or the piotures. No one would, however, he unkind enough to say that fair young faces, framed in direotoire hats and slim young figures garbed in gowns that might have been worn by the first wife of the great Napoleon, do not...

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BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2. Before Messrs. Wilson, Wilmot and Egan, J.s'P. A DISGUSTING PRACTISE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 27 October 1888

BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2. Before Messrs. Wilson, Wilmot and Egan, J.s'P.. A DISGUSTING PRACTISE. Jas. Gould, a nightman in the em ploy of Messrs. Waddick and Graham, of South Melbourne, wvas charged under the police offences statue with spilling nightsoil in Marriage-road, on the morning of the 16th inst. 1R. Edwards, Male-street, Brighton, deposed that he was returning home soon after two o'clock on the morning in question when he passed three night carts in Marriage-road. Just after passing he heard a. splash as of one of the carts discharging its con tents. He. stopped,. went back and saw defendant in the act- pt. sa?-?wr out a.night cart, and-asked him what., he was doing, when he MCido some. 00 impertinent reply, and wriiit off in the direction of the Poirnt .Nepean-r.S - Witness then went:. home and re ported the mutter to the police. In company with Constable Holland he then proceeded to the South IMel bourne depot and pointed out the accused. - Constable Holl...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 27 October 1888

LOCAL ITEMS. At a Conference of delegates from the Town of Brighton and the Shires of Moorabbin and Oakleigh,,held last Monday afternoon at the shire hall, South Brighton, it was unanimously agreed, that in the opinion of the con. ference, it was desirable to establish Abattorsin some central place. At the start it was stated by the Pres': cnt of the shire of Oakleigh, that it was the intehtion'of the council of the shire of 'I"foraubbin, to carry them to the south and this would take them away in such a direction, as to be of little or no use to the residents of Oakleigh. The Mayor of Brighton, who is also the President of the shire of Moorabbin, quickly disabused the minds of the del egates on this score, and stated that they had no intention of inviting a conference of delegates, to insult or im pose upon them or even to thrust their views upon them. So far as their coun cil was concerned no site had been even hinted at. The desire was to estab lish the Abbattoirs, in some centra...

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TREASURE COVE. A LEGEND OF THE TROPIC SEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 27 October 1888

TREASURE COVE. A LEGEND OF THE TROPIC SEAS. The sunset lg'ht oeners wih splendid glow the coast of the Paciflo, and bathes in beauty the eands of a lonely beach, where the waves are breaking gently. Thib is a bicra -a tidal croek, and its cove is smooth an peaona[l, being well protected by a line of hbeakeri that here lie furtier out fram shore ist ie usual in ench placeP. Black against tue background of artlmton and gold with whioh the great orb decks his deacent to bid tomb, a boat looms up, rouuding the point from the sea Into too crack, thaoo opening nland ; and presaetly the frail vessel ground and two mnn leap aeboro and draw the canoe up beyond danger of drifting. So brief is the twilight of the tropica that it i early nightfall as they alight on toe bank, The selra are coming out and reflect tbemoelves in the sea, and far away gleam the lights from soeclered obine. The chntteting blackbirds have flown home to their light-haonts, and the bel.tod gale are winging towards their...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 27 October 1888

Drapers and Grocers. X LADIES, the New Goods are just opened for the coming Season., Try and make it convenient to come and see them: I shall be glad to send you samples. The value this season beats all in the past. A Dress Tweeds, Checks and Plidn Dress an immense variety. , Calicoes, Sheetings, Cambrlcs, White Robes. Embroidery, all widths. A fine Stock of Everything" to choose rom at Payne's 149, Bourke street East. 149. bPecial-Advertisements s T. COOKE, General House Painter, Decorator, &c., ooo-Yorkiansphi and Best. Materials Guaranteed... -- a5imwnatos Given _ - H MONTGOMEBRY, CARPENTER o& CABINETMAKER, 46A Chapel Street, PRt A H R. A N. Estimates given. Furniture Repaired and Repolished. All Orders promptly attended to. R. DRUMMO?ND Plumber and Gasfitter, Vanstone's Buildings, HIGH STREET, EAST PRHARAN. Estimates Given. Tanks, Baths, &c., made, fixed, and repaired, DALY & SANDERSON Wood & Coal.Merchants, AND General Produce Dealers, Co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 27 October 1888

S Building Societies. Shares, £25. Entrance feee, 1s. per share subscription, 2s. 6d. monthly per share. SPresidcnt,'- James Smith, Esa. ' Vice-president-Edwin Exon, Esq. Treasurer-Angell Ellis, Esq. Committee-Thomas Stead, Esq.; J. Greig, Esq,: A. W. Harston, Esq., J,P.; A. Larard, Esq. ; D. Sagster, Esq. ; :T. Smith. Esb.: T. W. Swiudley, Esq.; J. Zevenboon, Esq,, J.P.; M. L. Stodart, Esq. Esolicitor-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. No..of MIonthly I Total Am- I Interest for the yearse Repayments I ant repaid I whole term Twe ..e £4 100 10120. £ 12e Foear.. 2 810 ' 117 40 17- 40 six . 110 0 .i12000 26 00 Eight. 1 4 138 00 se 00 Ten.. 1 44 110 00 4000 Twelve 1 1 8 1000 10 00 Under the above table the Society: is Sprepared to lend three-fourths of the value of approved securities, and in special cases a larger proportion. Borrowers have, he- privilege of paying ...

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BLACK BLOOD: A PECULIAR CASE. BOOK II. CHAPTER XXVIII. (CONTINUED) SEEING THE COLONEL. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 27 October 1888

LAA GK''BLOOD: A PEOULIAR CASE. Br GEOROGE MANVILLE PENN, i Anthlorof ' The Master ,of the Ceremonies, S'The Pareoin of Damfor4,' Eta. BOOK.II. CHAPTER xXVII:' (Cooarztxue) BEIING THa GOLONLt . ' Now, then; let's go on,' said Miller; and they stasked out side by side. ' Hello I' exclaimed Hesaleton. *Look, there'i mise Cope just off for a drive. Oume along.! Double.' He ear off at the familiar military trot t.,werda che colonel's sate, at which stood the pony :arriage, with Dick Waits standiogat the pbulee' head, and Holda and Lady C.'pe on snlir way down the path, Miller did not ' double.' Und.,r hies ero, m?at-like aspect, he was hidio? the Intense pain he felt even in walking tellt):i by hl? treed's eld.:. thie effort alone made him feel sick, and he knew that if he iocrzaeed his pace the motion would produce .,rture So he walked slowly n,, grindtu. rle teeth with rage and suffering, while ie-saldtonl made his way to the sidoe of tre gate, and had the pleasuro of-handie? thi ladi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 27 October 1888

Auctions.. NEXT WEDNESDAY, OCT. 31. At the Athenroum Hall, Collins-street, East, at Eleven o'clock. -'-7 IMPORTANT SALE of SUBURBvAn and COUNTRY PROPERTIES. Allotments, Acres, Subdivisional blocks, Farms, To Investment Companies, Land Com panies, Public Institutions, Syndicates, Speculators, and others. H UNT and LIEBMANN (through their auctioneer, H. 0" Liobmann) under instruction from the Vendors, will SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, as above, Grand Subdivional Blocks, Business Frontages, Allotments, Farms, as follows : LOT 1. Clayton's Road.-All that piece of land, being Crown Allotment 13 of Section 7, parish of Mordialloc, and comprising 13a 37p or thereabouts. This val able block is in close proximity to lan which was sold in allotments last seas n, and. is splendidly adapted for immea to subdivision,, and distant only three. uarter mile from Clayton's-road LOT ' Brighton.-All that piece of land containing 10a 8r. 3O 3.10p. or thereabouts, being part of Crown Allot ment, :ection 42, p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 27 October 1888

Special- Advertisenments. Oakleigh COFFEE PALACE, BROADWOOD STREET, Oakleigh. T HE above Coffee Palace is now open, and affords ample accomodation for VISITORS, TOURISTS, : AND THE PUBLIC IN GENERAL Breakfasts, Dinners or. Banquets got up in the best style. A Special Dining Room for Ladies. Double and Single Bedrooms. A good Library is provided, containing choice and seclect works. Charges Moderate. IV. CLEMENTS, Proprietor. J. R. BAVINTON, BOOITMAK ER, POII T NEPEAN ROAD, North Brighton. ? T. P. ASCO. &?- o "wR?. OCERS,,. PROVISICN * FRODUCE MERCHANTS, Corner of' AGNEWW ST. ANi) POINT NFaPEA? RD., NORTH BRIGHTON. Best Country Cut Hay Chaff always in Stock. Agents for Eady & Co.'s Celebrated Dandelion Ale. HORNER & COTTER CORN MERCHANTS & GENERAL SE.DSMEN, BROADWOOD STREET, OAKLEIGH. A Good Assortment of General Produce, Garden, and other seeds on sale at the lowest remunerative prices. All orders punctually attended to. F,. JOHNS (ESTABLISHED 1858.) ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 27 October 1888

Colleges and Schools, &c. M BISS SPYER, late of Toorak, certifi I¥ cated pupil of Madame Madeline 8 chller, is now prepared to resume tuition in Music at her own or pupils' residence. Terms on application, "Embden," Landcox street, North Brighton, near the residence of the Hon. Thos. Bent, 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 .Riddle. '.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, capitalline for builder: cheap. Brighton Middle. Grosvenor street; splendid residence site, close baths and pier, 67 x 155 to right-of-way; £6. Brighton. Boxshall street, close to Town .--IIall,-eplendid residence site, 82 x- 239: Bargain. Barwood.-Hurry's orchard, three fine villa sites in Queen's parade, each 50 x 140. Canterbury....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 27 October 1888

- Se;;:cial Advertisements PALLOT AND WOODMASON, 10 Chapel Street, 10: ; S.PRAHRAN, TWO DOORS NORTH OF COFFEE TTAVERN :i -THE- CHEAPEST FURNITURE WAREHOUSE S.South Yarra, Prahran, Windsor and St. Kilda.; How to Furnish a 8-roomed Cottage for £18 1s., for net cash : , Dining-room. Colonial Sofa, with Squab and .Bolsters ... ... ... 1 7 Cedar Chiffoniere Safe, Polished 1 6 0 Six Cane Chairs :... ... ... 1 4 0 Round Table ... ... ... 0 12 6 Table Cover ... ... ... O C Fenderand Irons. .. ... . ... O12 ! 6 Matting to cover room ...... 0.10 6 Hearth Rug ... O 6 Cornice Pole and Brackets ... 0 11 6 81Sp Mat ... ... ... ... 1 ;6 Bedroom ull-size Beadstead... . . 10. 0 Palliasses ... . .... 0 11 0 Fall-sized Flock Mattrass .. 0 18 6 Flock Bolster 0... ... ... O6 0 Fwo Flock Pillows :..... ... 0 4 '0 Wash Stand, with Towel Rail, ... 0 6 Dressing Table ... . O 8 0 Full-size Toilet Set ... 10 6 One Cano Chair 0... .. .. 4 0 0 Toilet Glass ... .. 5 .0 5 0 Kitcihen? . Table .- ..: 12 0 Meat Safe...

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