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WIT AND HUMOUR. THE ONLY ROAD TO HAPPINESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 3 November 1888

TWIT AND H UMIOUR. THE O.JLY ROAD TO BAPPINEJS. Uae ge.uane Aagic Soap (+.tmpeI with a he~artL ierc-d wNun n are.-.) Wjah your ca.u'bre io 20 nninoatns .ntnlu; rohbing, .110 arid inirra is a c. you .roud thnn- Sole ndatr-; To. Vncurla S .p cad O.uinnla U... Go~lunn..

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
M DE FRANQU[?]VILLE ON ENGLISH PARLIAMENTARY GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 3 November 1888

hi DE FRANQUAVILLE ON MNGLISH I PARLIAOMENSBTY GVEBBNNMENI. a A•s ai . hn . At a olue when w'arie often told that our Costitution is o lopger what it once was--he envy of nastieon-is is omewhat reassuring to find thas it is still- deemed worthy of the earetol stady of ntelligent foranlgner. M. de Franquevlle'e ooontrymen were oane much more given than they are new to oh invesetigatioes. In their inoe: . peroenos of Parliamentary Instdlttlone theya turned for guidance to England. They sought I there models for Imitation, soreotive a for evle, encouragement and consolation in q their difniool?-ea. A whole tierature, of which Englaeh -Parliamensary inesitutlons were a subj ot, and to which she but minds f of France contributed, grew up when she g was endeavouring to sac amatise Parlamen. a tary Government. M. do Franquevilles oe not the literary glite of sam, of his alias. trlou predeosauue in this domain. Hte haa not M. Prevot-.Peradols' matobless felolty of phrase and deep Ionighl In...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FRAGMENTS OF FUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 3 November 1888

FRAOMENTS OF FUN. M W ..rim.y I now oU~esat.ne7 "'H. m) .rCllpg deudl.rr;. Year.,..fl.d t en4 roeod behtld mnoopxoabli LN mlWanghu. - STawwzsa-You don't look verty bappy, friend. Mi-t "th wmo heavy lRosa Oabtr strauger-No sir ; have ont retired from busies.. to eno lit. Mrs CHIO1LKY: "I statistis shbow bbat 75 perace t.1 nael cuigiaash are uomauriad.' Mr oays : Wbeco showa blw many Mon prear othe veitemlaovn to'statuimoop." And be' ·oelogs ilsneoswauee du that Mrs Cbit~q t1aM fr'enwu n as.

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE KEPLER CODLIVER OIL THIS IS THE VI[?]GIN DRIPPINGS FROM THE CHOICEST SELECTIONS OF LIVERS OF FRESHLY-CAUGHT, HEALTHY NORWAGIAN COD—THE T[?]UM SPECIES (GADUS M[?]RRH[?]). [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 3 November 1888

THE KEPLER CODoLIVER OIL. THIB IS THE VIEGIN DRIl'PINGS FROM BMs CH01CEST BSELETIONS OF LIVERS OF FPuRBLTI CAUGHT, HBEALTH NORWtGOIAN COD--T Ta UE aSOIO (0GADUB MOIt RHL E. This beouttutl cod liver ol s clarified san prepared upon the shores of Norway. It i expreseed by a new and original process, tle oil being kepi meanwhile cold. All rancid and unsavoury prianiples are eliminated, and the flavour is -o extremely delicate that this oil may be easily adminiet.red to patients who refuse to take theordioary prearsationsof cut liver oil in the market. ast is each an invaluable article to man; that any improvements achieved in the oil for invallds-Le., in cod liver oil-must be a matter of general interest. Though some animals, as the dog and the rat (Savory) ean lite on fat-free meat alone, man cannot so _a. Pat yields 24-10 h times as much force as either albumens or starch, and this accounts forits wonderful usefulness in so many ways. In the biting cold of the Polar regions it is ind...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE YOUNG FOLKS. MY PLUCKY BOY TOM; [?]R, SEARCHING FOR CURIOSITIES IN INDIA FOR MY SHOW. CHAPTER XXXVI.—AT BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 3 November 1888

THE YOUNG FOLKS. MYi PLUOKY BOYToa; JR, SEARCHING FOR UBRIOSITB SI INDIA FOR MY SHOW. Br P. T. Basm x. HAPTall XXXVI.-AT BAT. The gleam of water was wien ahead, and convinoed, without understanding exactly how, that shelter was at hand, the three went over the bank like so many bric?k tumbling off the top of a wall. But they dldjoot go lnt the water. In. stead, they dropped oponthe sandy shores of a lake, while a mass of roki rose in sheir front like the breaatworks of an iamy, *Now we've got them I' called Athoor, proceedlog to reload hie gnu as fast as be could ; don't let any of them come over on But the Wauwaras realised the point scored by the fugitives, which explains why they tried so hard to prevent them reachi g the refuge. They did unt charge by leaping over the wall, when the fight would have been hand to 'hand, but stopped a few paces away amongtherocks, undergrowth and trees, and uttering their peculiar whoops, sonnds ing more like the barking of anitals than anything e...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 3 November 1888

Mndru&&' r plowing MdaU & i sp auti am of IrrttlaM wmd mddiy .1 as iMore.L . dmlohr y during pIwm.nc,, t brzi. rdatfhm. U.. te.mim datmde.t or m mI.tom. It mmdfly ,maeov .rumdeo add uIWUinB, - rrIlua dIumuiea.. ii as fla~atmo mumpum t. e immB In a lw, =1200 i., m examu Um N=lormmm ow, ofno mimmu *9 hmmin c ta e Motu imun the uMbinu Whew. UUR3AT PLUD EhSNh -.I bim.ehep "nMom ft ummyeheg sothe mu WwftdW an -a - he uhe Minim. pua 'mm mbamth hcmmU IO e imedo 1.:5151. SU. Ias i a W I s m mi h PROTEST OFOFFENDED SCOTOHMEN. Those whose, goof fortune ;t has been t. promenade.tbe bean itlt gardens of old Edinburgh are very natnr.lly incensed at the intolu . ffered to them by the authorities of Fitzroy by their asllowmng the Edinburgh Gardenas f that suburb to become not a health resort of mind and body, by means of the recreative power of combined sweetnees and beauty, but a pestilential fever bed of putrilying garbate. Tat Seotchmen in pr titcular ahon d protest agai...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Don't Throw Away. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 3 November 1888

Don?t Throw Away. Don't throw away ypoor old Ip ono, forks, salvers, tea and coffee .servia-e. epraesoe, cruete. era. Send th*m to John Danks and Son, 42 Bonrke street went, Mel'no ne. to be re-plated equal to ew.--(A A woman named Mary Long ban jost dird in Durham, England, as the age of 110 yeare. She leaves a sister aged 104, and a brother died a few months ago at the ripe old age of 100. The two deceased were blind, and so is the surviving sister. A London lady named. Mrs. Anton, travelledto Scotland in an extraordinary way. Starting from London, ecoompanied by her family, two of whom were children who had o bhe wheeled in a perambalator, she performed the task of walking the whole distance to Glsagow, 500 miles. The distance wam covered in five wceks. L.o XIII is In poor health, although hit real condition Is carefally kept from the public. He is in a paintflly nervoe state, and is said to be eonrtantly--prsorud by a morbid fear of death, the slightest ailment assuming, in his ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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ENGLAND V. AUSTRALIA. (THE FIELD) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 3 November 1888

ENGLAND V. AUSTRALIA. (THE rELD) With the defeat of the Anstralians by Eng land at Manchester the series of biennial matches between the two countriee. begnu in 1880, has mrst probably come to an end. A long encceesion of beatinge, calmios:ing in the very decided one just received, mrnt have coovioced our colonial visitors that Enland etill holetr thu supremacy at her own national game. Tne Anesraliasn have no cauoe to complain of their reception here. They have been met cordially by all classes wherever they have been, and the members of the team are universally popular among criceters ; still, they have neo carried all before them, like some of their predecessors, and, owing partly no doubt to the miserable websattr this dummer, their trip a.o hardly prove tse fioncial success it promised at the out iet to be. More than one among the players are heartily sick of the long season, and make no secret of the fact that nothing will induce them to pay aoother drcckettug visit to England...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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HOSPITAL SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 3 November 1888

HOSPITAL SATURDAY AND SUNJ.AY. The annual collections in aid of the varjous charitable institutions, were made throughout Melbourne and Sub urbs on Saturday and Sunday last, and the returns show a considerable in crease upon last year, the figures being for last year £6423 2s. 91, and for this year £9890 10s. 2d. The charities taking part are the Melbourne Hos pital, Alfred Hospital, BevevolentAsy lum, Lying-in-Hospital, Sick Children's Hospital, Eye and Ear Hospital, Im migrants Aid Society, Homoeopathice Hospital, Austin Hospital for Incur ables, Richmond Free Dispensamy, Convalescent Home for women, and Convalescent Home for men. To swell the large amount previously stated, the churches in the various districts throughoutwhich this journal circulates contributed as follows .-Episcopalion. St. Andrw's Brighton .44-8s.:ld; .St. 'Mary's Caulfield £52 12s; St. John's East Brighton £9 10; St. Martins' Hlawksburn £22 3s. IOd.; St. Step hen's Elsternwick £31. .4s.;2d.;; St. George's Mal...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MANURE FROM DIFFERENT ANIMALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 3 November 1888

MANUIRE FROI( DIFFERENT f 7 BANI12ALS. We mix manure on she farm so that the average quhlite of the whole heap may be cimilar; oat were this not done we sehoal find a considerable diffetence in value betwoee. ,he excrete of the several farm animed- horses, cattle, swine, and sheep. Ta$S thee, i. a material deffe.euce in the valas or th manure made from like kinds of fool passed :hrough horses an ca tcle them can o nod . doubt. The horse, ae every farmer kn iws, hub s ,mal at snitlre tne,m oh and requires bigbhly -stritious food in small quanuities and Si bhors intervae. Wnere masitcasion is.perfeoo and the foot eiv- tin proper oood"tito, she hard-workiot hornes ssimilates a such isOse, proportion of it th n would be the oase were it pa.ed thronth »a or, sheep. or pie. On ehat other baud, oxen w ita? have anexontiveam coimplioatet digestive ?u?parataop permsmoos.r retain but 8 cer c-a, of the dry weignr of hier food farniene I tham; theamnure tbey leassir wherefore ve-y rich indeed c...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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BLACK BLOOD: A PECULIAR CASE. BOOK II. CHAPTER XXXI. A DESPERATE BATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 3 November 1888

BLACK BLOOD: A PEOULIAR CASE. By GEORGE MANVILLE FENN, rathor of * The Master of the Ceremonies, ' The Person of Damfor.,' Etc. BOOK II. OCHAPTER XXXT. ' A Dant'ZaUU DaTrI Rumoureol the proceedings at the war were : rgotten for a time, for atsr a jood many false alarms, the nome spread rapidly that rb sen of Moreton were ou, though there waso o o wonder at this rapid spreading, for the alarm tame like an unexpected thunderstorm. iI The warnings had been given by a oew lurid C Ilahes, just as a summer storm is heralded inn tobh a way, and thea with one baest the 5i empeet was upon them. i The first report that reanhed the barrack 0 hat the workmen rrom the various iron e -orks in the town and neiebbourhood han 0 teen, wee hardly heedel. Toe officers were C areted st the mess dinner and the news was P salmly drcussHed 8wr Poilip was in high good humour, fat, f filler seemed to have forgotteo the troubleon or ie dy of the sports, and the old office'' neert warmed more toward the young ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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BRIGHTON TOWN COUNCIL. MONDAY, OCTOBER 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 3 November 1888

,,.-BRIGHTON TOWN COUNCIL MIo.n Y, OCTOBER 20. Present:L-Cr Bent (Mayor,) Burrows, Huntlj3, Hamilton, Howdcu,' Munro and WValstab. ; : CORRESPONDENCE. .. . From :J. Arbisou, calling attention to the state of the channel in Male street.which more darticularly in hot weather threw outt a most offensive ?mell.': TIe writer also "askedi the council to place an additional lamp, as tlhere*ras no light in Male-street from Bay to Byron-street.-Thc placing of lamp to be considered, and the chlnnelling to be done immediately, oni the usual conditions. From J.. Davidson re the state of the fdotpatiin MIurphy-street abutting on the Presbyterian Church property, and .also'in front of the Recreation Hall. The trustees of the Recreation Hall had 'noobjection'to asphl it being laid down, but the Church authorities had under :coriteinplation certain im provements which they wished .:to effect prior to. to the footpath being done. COr Hamilton -explairied that the object of the'writer was to stay, th...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 3 November 1888

&GRIOUIJTURAL NOT3i~l' As the yui'ar w rer rid and the sason B arvstlaitheoreanemsaore approaches farmem re beginas to hmasis the serlonu atus. of t .eir positloa. The IUrow?h tebo ropol hua been vry slow right through the wint, and the hourly expeoetim of a nei brelnk-np. the weather ha nor yet brea realse The oatlook foe the wheat growers is about bad u it can posslbly be, and everything at present points to sn usnually low wheat yield this season. A good heavy fall of rain would even yet wase, a magleal Improvement to the arope, but In many distrioe it ls feared that the crops are too far gone to reoover. At St. Germains, In the Goulbuen Valley. some of the emops have not covered the ground yet. Aroand Lake Marmal the grospects of a yield are most wretahed, and a repetition of sbe fearfully dry summer of a few years ago seems imminent. Along the Lower Avoca only those who have travelled through the distriot oan form anything like an idea of the miseraole condition of the ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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A MYSTERIOUS CASE. 'THE MEEKEST MAN IN MARYLE BONE.' TOLD BY AN EX DETECTIVE. PART I. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 3 November 1888

A MYSTERIOUS CASE. 'THE MEEKESr MAN IN MARYLESt BONE.' ToLD DBr Ar Ex DaETr-vE. PAST I. 'Exerutiatingly fnnay !' Well, I can' exactly say that I fully understand that word, but I lisppose It means something like very, very amusing Yes, it is not all tragedy. and I have in my mind jest now one of the'oddeat cases that it was ever my look to hear of. I had not been long in plain olothee when I was sent to Marylebone to inquire into what promised to be a very mysterioous ase. A. boose had been broken into, a safe robbed, and from the fact that plenty of bloodstains were found on the broken furniture and walls, it was believed that the master of the hough had been murdered. The peculiar nast of the case was that there was nobody to be found, and the deed was committed on the afternoon of Monday, in the broad day: light. Gregory Osborne was the managing olerk in a great shipping house in the city, and was a highly respected resident in the parish. His house stood close to Baker street, a...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 3 November 1888

MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30. Present :-Crs. Benson (in the chair) Edsall, Robinson, Heywood, Longbot tom, and Woodmason. CORRESPONDENCE. From Chief Secretary's Department, acknowledging the receipt of Council's letter approving of the new electoral district with a slight alteration in the boundary-Received. From J. Keys Esqr. M.L.A. intim ating that if the council renewed their application in February next there was every probability that a larger sum would be voted for certain public works in the shire-Received. From W\V Rundell forwarding a framed map of .the Shire of 'Malvoeri, the price of which would be three guin eas-Accepted.. From. the Caulfield: Shire Council forwarding copy of a resolution passed by them at their last ordinary meeting to the effect that it was advisable that the shires of Malvern and Ciulfield; each containing about 6,000 inhabit ants, should together form one Elec torate under the new Electoral Act. If found necessary a poition of Oakleigh ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 3 November 1888

Colleges and Schools, &c. ISS 'SPYER, late of Toorak, certifi cated pupil of Madame Madeline er, is now prepared to resume tuition a sic at her own or pupils' residence. s on application, " Embden," Landcox t, North Brighton, near the residence e IIon. 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 Middle. 12 Marine residence sites, close baths and pier, in Chelsea street, 6 minutes from station, fine highland, grand depths to l2ft right-of way, capital line for builder: cheap. Brighton iMiddle. Grosvenor street, splendid residence site, close baths and pier, 67 x 155 to right-of-way; £6. Brighton. Boxshall street. close to Town Hall, splendid residence site, 82 x 239: Bargain. Burwood.-Hurry's orchard, three fine villa sites in Queen's parade, each 50x 140. Canterbury. Claremont park, three minutes from ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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CAULFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 3 November 1888

CAULFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, OCTonBERn 25. Present :-Crs. Ballantyne (pres ident) Cotton, Griflin, Hamilton, Lang don, Looker, Le Page, Long, and Selby. CORRESPONDENCE. From the Rosstown Junction Rail way and Property Company, asked for permission to carry on blasting op erations on one portion of their prop erty. A reply was ordered to be sent, intimating that the council had no ob jection to blasting being done, but they took no responsibility, and the coom. pany would blast entirely at their own risk. From A. J. Smith intimating his willingness to assist in lowering the Glen Huntly-road provided the cost did not exceed the sum of £50. Agreed to. From the St. Kilda council, stating their intentionto metal the water chan nells of Hotham street as soon as they thad funds available for the purpose. Cr. Cotton called the couneil's atten. tion to the fact that the St. Kilda coun cil had replied four times in a similar strain with regard to Hotham-street. It was always the same cr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 3 November 1888

Sijecial Advertisements PALLOT AND WOODMASON, 10 Chapel Street, 10 PRAHRAN, TWO DOORS NORTH OF COFFEE TAVERN. CHEAPEST FURNITURE WAREHOUSE -IN South Yarra, Prahran, Windsor and St. Kilda. How- to Furnish a 3-roomed Cottage for £13 13s., for net cash : Dining-room Palliasses ... . ... ... £0 11 0 Colonial Sofa, with Squab and Full-sized Flock Mattrass 0 18 6 Bolsters £1 7 6 Flock Bolster ... ... .. 0 6 0 Cedar Chiffoniere Safe, Polished 1 6 0 FwoFlock Pillows .... .. Six Cane Chairs ... .. 1 4 0 Wash Stand, with Towel Rlail .. 9 6 RoundTable ... ... 0 12 6 Dressing Tble ... 8 0 Table Cover 0 5 Foll-siz.e Toilet Set :. 0 10 6 Fenderand Irons ... 0 12 6 One Cane Chair ... ... ... 0 4 0 Matting to cover room 0.. ... 0 10 6 Toilet Glass ... o 5 0 Hearth Rug .. .... 0 6 6 Cornice Pole and Brackets 0 11 6 Kitchlel Slip Mat ... . . ..... ... 1 6 Table ... ... ... .. 0 12 0 Bedroom Meat Safe ... ... ... 0 11 6 Fnll-size Beadstead... ... ... 1 10 0 Two Chairs ... ... 0 8 0 We would call atten...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 3 November 1888

: o V C 2o iIA LA N D vO O P1 4NT' i?O, . . 60 LLINS STREET RAat Capital. £1.00.0o0. dasoic.ed, £056.000. Pstd.eap. £!00o00 S Remoerve Found, £70,000 DIRBEOIOR: Bon. H. B. Daries, MA. William Bowen, Esq., J.,. John Moodle, Eeq. Robert Ingli, ?eq.; J.' " INItEREl ALLOWID on DXPOSITS Ip, eot.Lper In foe 0 ypea. Payble ball ,. .. - ..,h calL TREEHOLD PROPIRT2IE In Melbourne and Suburbs PUlkOHASP. - MANSION 8ITES and ALLOTIE~T . For SAL In all the Leadlng Bboeb. - S JA?U? aE . MNOERGR, MaageY . GOEORGgE PFTHER l. Seer~try. r?HW On?us OIAr. LAND OMIPANY LIMIT?Dl Normauby Ohsmbors, Chancery L?i". " Melbourne, Capital., £0,000, It. £1 Sharos. Dr: Andeneon. FootOcray. J. R. Barkehe. leq.. BA, Caulfield. Luke Oeracrrood. Evq. Gran-ille lite, eq (Phillp Bevan aend Co. hallway Carriage factery). P. J. ineook, Elq , Solicitor. The company buys, subdivides, and sells load In Melbourne and nhbureb. bhares ironed daily at la per ashre premium, belng lies. in all DEPOSITS reaelved a under :- 8 Year...

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THE FREEHOLD INVESTMENT AND BANKING COMPANY OF AUSTRALIA LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 3 November 1888

E. '.`FREEHROLD INVESTMENT :AND .B]ANKINGO COMPANY' OF d AUSTALIB A -IJMTED . -.L.Ttwt'lthsrdinary gcoral meei~ig of.thel eehbold Investm? ut and Banking Co. S . yof ust Limited. \r helt ot the empany' b oýpe. on Tueda., the n16th ult. The Hon.. I DA.ies, on oz he directors, occupied the "p 'The ?e ar. Cdr, . Tn.' . D.ýrton .radtho P ao?ico eonv1uing the'lse?tinig, wihih ?as ts ho 3 Aeld for the p?rios of ryf -tivig thn 'halfof j~ iarport eand stateeaeot of a= o ,ts sand tlect a cric??r pn lrphis ,of t£e',..0. V. T t-. Vlkviiew.w ho,.reiirod Iby rotation, bat offcrtil himself for re-elogtiso. rThoaor~port of the directorxi for the hnlat-y'or aisdidg ist 'August, al, i, is as fotowos, c ·' Ivpiewof the.largo'inocrase in the valueof t t?l" company's propcrtie. the directors have I .1il' i4luations mole bhy etsesr. C. J. and 'L. sliamsad Messrs. Fraser sod Co. Thoes, vdu lias show a total oorldns of £95.600' Is. 10ed. over the amounts in the books of the company. n 'The directors, howe...

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