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

L. Steonson & Sons Limited, *Cotlrculrg the uoolnes L. SSLVEOSON and SONS, talblfahod 182. Head Ofioe: 14.FEIaKsru Laous East, lolbouvbb. * OAPITAL. t"3C0,0. - e6eepelated, eneder She Ooncaaee Duatoto, ~Lou. DIRKOTBOIU: Sb~a He. 0. H. James. MLA;l the lIre. £dwH gigwai r. Ldgcbe sqEt , a uay BaeltI Innddtilpu to theti oedliry btnotne. will be pr. Ir'w-d :~eet f~~ oe ALL or~laBEt no YEGAg~i And wll ndertake AOEOIItIB elher fri OUYING cr BErGLNG, Ih compan o u open to receive depoata. -ta~eveuebo mtoa. OEOR~B~'. f4 B!&VRNB0 \ ·DlTn * 511030 SYY~ Vt~l1BOE Menesleg O.W.Iert.Le Dlrectoara b.BORII TVSN?3V3880. L. 0. SlUVtA6dON Manegieg 1) r. Locro., gitll! AINOLD and - OOUPANY. LtOIUD 87 Qnaen erset, Melbourne. CAPTIITAL Atgheatod -.4.00.00 lylbs tnutaleest.. 610,000 m mcn acnluolstOd profits - 170,100 folo. V. 0. Davloe$. P. Nem. Jaca Bob 11. za VBa ALLOWED ON DSP.calllt ISmItte, -, - De ol n 1 cc1hb~ - - tpoeot. pm~ ! - - 4 etnent, UFORa · r OONDND I18* AIt " lVrTTAM I)U...

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MISS TABITHA TOMKINS WANTS TO GO TO THE THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 27 October 1888

tI 1S TAB[ITEIA TOMKIiNS WANTS TO GO TO THE rtt.E?ttE. Well, now, Mary Jane, did you ever bear tell of snob crea'urse as these men are 2 Tine other nioht I asked Tomkins to take me to the thaayter. V/bat" does he do. the brute ? Why, he ope and etareeat me tkes one posseesed, and he sale, says he: ' Wont, .takI you to, the thtsyter ? Well, the 'a rich, anvrb w I What onet, in the name of giodueess What will you wsnt next, I woudr I The thea?ter, indded, a pretry place f.r you or ansoy decent woman to go to Now, Tabby' says hi, what do you want to go thor,, for ?' ' To see the play,' seays I. ' Do you know what the play sre ' ays- h. "No 1' a)ys I, ' Well, then I' eaps he, * it's.lgi's, that's what it it, and i ea not fit for any decent woman to sit a statrin as.' * Well, thee,' saes I, * what do yon men go to such a place for 2' ' Ol I thot's a difierenr thing.' says e he' man are ddi. ferin.;' and he turuns on bhl heel and goat whiatslio downealrer. N ,w, if there is any. thing agr...

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THE TONGUE OF WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 27 October 1888

THE TONGUE OF WW&AN. A man who had foolehly ventured upon a verbal contest with his wife was met, as he was retiring from the omane, hy his ithle son, who had jcas begun to ltud grammar, Papa,' said the ohild,' what part of speech is woman?' To whloh the father replied, *She sln't any part of speech at all, Georgy, she's toe whole of it.' It this be the ease, a few words about talking o nnot be out of place in a lady's paper. A yuntuful com ponitor, in setting some 'oOpS,' name to the sentene. '---- didn't say a word for as hour,' the first word having been out off in clipping from the p.per where it fatS appeared. He took I. to the foreman to supply the word. ' Weul shall I put Ihs there !' he asked, when the foreman read It, ' Pat in "he," of sourse; you don't ael.poea, ''she" would fi in ea.h a sIntenee as $hltak do you!' was the answer. In all women's talk has been the eubjeot-,r' ridigolo, They are said to talk tos much; to have vebndhoua, !t6'?11 tongues ; It be addiol...

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 27 October 1888

aoIuooUULTUEAL NUTEBS. The weather bee~ cntinued, :,warm .an dry, but the country is exerlenoeuigreat ou.nefl from the iato:'ralns ':.. til, wmore' rain wnanid b.. we otied. by the tAiaelera C' most distrilose to, further iebisitoate;i t h improvcmeno shown in the . orops ned paetures. :A few mre: good ahtwers and an ab snoe of esorehing best wo?l cOsue Intense.. rrti6oatloo in every dietriot, Fend almost ennore a propeprcue season. Gue?Od a?counts are given of the vineyards and orachsad, and it is fervently hop ,d In every direction that the heat may be intermittent, and v~riod by e:fillent moiatore to bring vegetation to perfection, The fameres in ems diethlaot have already been made aware .! one dang-r to their crepe-the I ore's. the hot weather is hatohiog the eggs on' earlierthan usual, and we learn that in the Bavenswood and other dihtriote wherever t iere is a green patch the young broad 'are o hbe seen bopping sboae in thouesand. If tie hot dry weibher continues into thp sum...

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WOMAN IN ERIN'S ISLE. IN NO PART OF THE WORLD IS THE SEX MORE RESPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 27 October 1888

WOMAN IN EBIN'S ISLE. IN NO PART OF TE.WORLD TS THE SEX MORE RESPEOTED. Mrs. Robert P. Porter, In the 'New York PreRs,' writes : W. were in a .jauntieg-oar, on our way from Killyboae to COrrlck. Tho'road was one ofemagnifient stretches aeross purple moors and over 'he great bare-beomed hills of Donegal Overhead the alouds hung in masses of grey fleeoe,.now and thou shot with a ray of the stroggliog sun. Sometimes we drove on for a'mile or two without seeing a human being ora ring of smpko from a thatched roof. The silance was so intense, the solitude on so grand a aiale, that the quick thud of the mare's hoof on the'road seemed like an im pertinence. The driver was impressed. He ceased to snap his long whip and turned off the tap of his loqusoity. He was eon of our land. lord at Kllyboga-a youth with a merry eye, a. toozle of brown curly hair, 'and ready tongue. Presently there rose upon the quiet air a fearftl scream. It was repeated again and again with an effect that was blood cu...

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

To Professional and Mercsntile Men. We beg to draw attention to the follow. ing:-£3 a year insures against ALL accl. dents to human life and secures £1000 at Death and £5a week during injury. Pro. posal forms and all particulars on applica. tion to the Colonial Mutual Insurance Company, 82 Collins street, West. One Thousand Five Hundred claims have been paid by this Company. Deaf, A Person cured of Deafness and noises in the head will send a description of it PRIEE to any Person who applies to NIOlOLSON, 65 William street, Melbourne. Y&NDELL'5 DIAtRRHM A MIXTURE the must efficacious preparation for this com. plaint quickly relieves. and restores they system to its natural condition.-(Advt.) Why go Further ? Canton Tea Company, l16A Chapel street, Prabran, are Selling Choicest Now Season's Tens at is, ls ld, 1s d." Is 9d and 2s per lb and upwards. Boxes, quarter.chests, half chests and chests at Greatly Reduced Rates J. G. YANDELL Consulting Herbalist'82 Chapel street Prahran...

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PROPERTY SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 27 October 1888

PROPERTY SALES.: Mr. Winm. J. Butcher reports having held a sale of the Primrose-hill Estate, North Brighton, in conjunction with W. H. Peryman and Co. Seventy three lots were sold out of the 111 which comprised the whole estate. The Point Nepean road frontages real. ised from £3 10s. to £5 per foot; Cen tre-road, £3 2s. Gd. to££30 do.; Prim rose-crescent, £2 19s. Gd. to £2 do.! Viole-crescent, £2 10s. to £2 do. The land sold realised a total of £9,800 13 s. 2d. Messrs. Baylee, Shevill, and Co. re port three sales vix, Maribyrnong-park Estate, Ascotvale, £10.931 12s. Id.; Crown of Balaclava (in conjunction with Walstab and Son),£9,542 2s.; Coburg Reserve (in conjunction with F. L. Flint). £6,298 Is. 8d.; total; £26 771 16s. 9d. The attendance at each sale, owing to the COalfield Cup, was smaller than expected, but every lot offered was sold. Messrs. John Vale and Son report having held a sale of allotments in the WVattletree and Tooronga Roads Estate Malvern, allotments roalising fr...

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MOURNING. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 27 October 1888

(Poor Opholia'a saying tint "'yrn may .~war your rue wlth a dilff luruu comra of ue to tho mind, when one In shown Cho fabrics thee aro Imported each yoar for mournlng and hall-cuuurcltng garmen ts Lrawe an wbltui a dIva anew, OnWan blataoe anwane- 1L±o Linen that Wight derorlbe tho crapes and evtotho and ott0 m tra"1 plng.rcf woe,jaat ouw to be seen. Henrietta cloth, a mixture of silk and wool, Is still generally need for a widow'a gown. trimmed with crape. Crepe Imperial was shown mi, a material that has all the appearance of silk crape, and yet will bear rain without epolling. These two materials mitht be combined in the widow's dress that Is worn for the first six months. This dress is usually a severely plain one, its only relief being the folds of white liaso at throat and wrists With it Is worn a small crapo bonnet and a four-yard-long veil plainly laid on the bonnet and fastened with mourning pins at each side. This extends nearly as far in the back as in front, and. indeed....

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THE LEADER. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, OCT. 27th, 1888. THE BEAUMARIS TRAMWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 27 October 1888

THE LEADER.   JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, OCT. 27th, 1888. THE BEAUMARIS TRAMWAY. Tramways may be only an apology for a railway, but if the latter is not attainable they are a very good apology indeed. In common with many others we have looked upon the extension of tramways for heavy traffic as a boon to the large number of market gardeners who have a continued and heavy haul- age to cope with. In the matter of economy too, it will be found that they are a very good saving on McAdam's ideal of a roadway. To the energy of the Hon. Thos. Bent, Esq., M.L.A. and sitting member for Brighton much credit is due for those already laid. An enterprising company or at least what was considered as such, some time ago was formed to skirt the sea from Pic Nic Point to Mordialloc with trams for passenger traffic. They approached the council and after a considerable amount of concession on the part of the ratepayer's representatives, as well as the holding of several conferences between ...

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MOORABBIN SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, OCTOBER 22. Present:—Crs. Bent (president)Ward, Comport, McSwain, Burgess, Mills, Daly, Barnett, Hearle, Vale, and Potts. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 27 October 1888

MOORABBIN SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, OCTOBER 22. Present :-Crs. Bent (president) Ward, Comport, McSwain, Burgess, Mills, Daly, Barnett, Hearle, Vale, arid Potts. CORRESPONDENCE. From several property owners in vairious parts of the shire asking the council to grant them permission to hold their titles of land shewing slight encroachments on certain streets.- Not granted. From the secretary of Mentone Board of Works asking the council to take steps to have 40 lamps promitised tlhem for their district, placed in position as the local Gas Company would shorty be in working order. -Left to Crs. Hearle, Daly, and McSwain to arrange. From same. stating that the rock boring was still being carried on, and they had gone dqwn a depth of 400 feet,... and were. sanguine of success. They desired to request the Moorabbin shire council to grant them a further amount in order to continue boring operations. Cr Hearle said he had seen Mr. Deakin and others, and their advice was to probe the matter still...

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BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2. Before Messrs. Bent, Willder, Sprigg, and Allan Js.P. THAT NIGHTSOIL AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 3 November 1888

BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, NoVEMBER n 2. Before Messrs. Buont, Willder, Sprigg, and Allan Js,P. THAT NIOIITSOIL AGAIN. Eugeno Petit, a foreigner in the em ploy of Mersrs. Gott and I-Iaines, nightmen of St. Kilda, was charged under the police offences statute, with spilling'nighltsoil in South-road East Brighton on the morning of the 25th; ult. IT. Rutherford, market gardener re siding at South Brighton, stated that on the morning in question at about 6 n.m. he heard a noise and looking out he saw the naccused now before the court in the act of depobiting a load of nightsoil in the east side of south-road directly opposite his (witnesses) prem ises. The fellow wns in the act of scraping out the cart and deposited the whole of its contents in a heap on the road. Accused, who pleaded guilty was fined £20, in default distress, in further default 6 months imprison ment, the Mayor as chairman of <the bench, said he regretted that the Act did not allow of imprisonment with o...

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CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 3 November 1888

CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. Elsternwick.-Rev. J. JHay, 11 and 7 Oheltenham 3, Montona 11, and Mordi alloc 7, Rov. R. M. Fergus, M.A. Caulfield, Rev. IT. 1B. Macartnoy, 11 and 7 Armandale, lRev. F. Webb. Elsternwick, Rev. P. Bailhacho. Malvero, Rev. C. J. Godby, 11 and 7. Onakleigh, Rev. T. II. Rust. Brighton Congregational.-- Morning and evening, Rev. J. Rickard. Malvern, Rev. C. Moon, 11 and 7. Oaklcigh, Rev. J. F. Gannoaway, 11 and 7. Christian Chapel-Brighton, 11 and 7. Cheltenham, Mr. Bryant, 7. Union Church-Oaulfield, Rev. J. CGregson 11 and 7. South Brighton Hall.- Mr. - - 8 ---- 7. Preabytorinu.-BrighIton, Rev. B. Gordon 11, and 7. Wesloyan Aothodist--Drighton, I1, Rev. W. A. Quick, 7, Rev. J. B. Smith Mill Street, Rev. J. J. Brown 11. and 7. East Brighton - Student 11, and Mr; Wobeor 7. South Brighton, Rov. G. Daniel 11 and 7. Choltonham, MIr. Webb 7. Mordialloo,-Mr. Webb 11. and Mrligg 7' Primitive Methodist-South Yarra, Royv C. Anthony 11 and 7. North Brighton, Rev. 11. Wib...

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CRICKET. BRIGHTON 3rd eleven v CLENDON. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 3 November 1888

CRICKET. IUoiGHTON 3rd oloven v CLENDON. This match was played last Saturday at Allies paddock and resulted in a winll for the local team by 16 runs. Scores Brighton 55, Clendon 39. The principal scores for Brighton were Nankervis 14 (not out), Mitchell 13, and M'LCLan 6. In the second innings the lendon lost 6 wickets fur 21. The wickets were obtained by Leonard 6 for 19, Rogers 3 for 1, Pyo 1 for 16, M'Lean 1 for 14, Small 2 for 22. On account of the races to day, the Brighton third eleven will not have a matchl, and only tennis of the club will be playling this afternoon. HIUILINGdUAM V BlRIGHTON JUNIORS. This Illatelc was played last Satur day on the ground of the former, and rosulted in a will for the Hurlinghlam, whlo turned the tables of aInst season by scoring an easy win. Newstlead with 14, Oxford with 17, and Bennett 7, balled best against the bowling of Float and Jas. Grundy. who took 3 for 21 and 2 for 7 respectively. With 61 to winll Henderson and Jno. Grundy start ec t...

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BRIGHTON LIBRARY DEBATING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 3 November 1888

BRICHTON LIBRARY DEBATING CLUB. -- - On Tuesday evening 23rd October, the usual fortnightly mooting of tihe ab've oclub was hold at the library, J. Webb, Esq. (vico.presidont), occupied the chair during the proliminary business. It was decided that this olub should join the Mutusl Improve nentb Socicties' Union of Victoria. The following wero chosen nas delegatcs for that purpose :-The President, Messrs Weobh, Sprigg, Darvall and the Secreotary. After some other businoss hnd beoon disposod of, Mi' Webb, who vnoanted the chair in favor of Mr Sprigg, L.L.D., opoened an interesting debate upon the -lquestion, " Ts tlho higher education of Womeun advisabloe:" B3y the tern "lhighor cdiucaltion of women" he meant such a mental training as would lit women to take degrees at universities. This would militate against a woman's filling her proper position with elliciency. Woman has the charge of the house hold, the important duty devolves uIpon her of modelling the minds, of forming the Ihlbi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 3 November 1888

Raneomo', Sime and Jefferies Limited. John Danks and Son, 42(only) Bourke street weal, Melbourne, solo ageolnts. Specialiteloe she new improved portable engine, speolalty built for the colonIes, with enlarged cylinders luereased strength in working parte, snlarge boiler and heating surface. improved facillsi'e for cleaning out boiler, safely lock-up fireobox and ash pen, and all modern improvements. The new dealgn.Auatralaalau Thrasher, fitted with famous rotary shakers, third blast under caving.riddle, it assures perfect shaking, perfect separation from cavings, perfect drossir.g. It is porofection. If you are wanting one, Ree one of there. Donaldson's patent floor milli, a small cheap mill, snitable for farm use, or for emall townships; fiOed enginer, and other agrioltural maohinery, Meaers. Ransomes, Bims, anod JeIffries are well known for the excellecoe of their mann lautures, having secured first prizes all over tho world. Measro. Danle and Bon may be cosgratulated upon having ...

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 3 November 1888

B A(lOULTUORL NUT&E As tbe year wears round and the someaon for brveating tIhecrops onoe more approasbes farmers are beginning to realise the serious natnro of their position. The growth the carope hbas been very slow right through the winter, and the hourly expeoetoln of a general brIak-na In the weather has no, yet boen realised. The outlook for the wheat growers is about an bad as It can possibly be, and everything at present points to an onenally low wheat yield this season, A good heavy fall of rain would even yet cause a magical improvement In the orope, but in many ditriots It is laoeaed that the orops are too far gone to reoover. At 8t. GeOsrmaints, in the Goulburn Valley, some of the orops have not covered the gronund yet. Around Lake Marmal the prospooes of a yield are most wretched, and a repetition of the fearfully dry summer of a few years ago seems imminent. Along the Lower Avoca only thoes who have travelled through the district can form anythlog like an idea ...

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FRAGMENTS OF FUN. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 3 November 1888

* YtO1IENTi OF FUN. 4. lb Vh. ~ruy I SOwm · VsO S oso' "' Au, tut I rllor g n cgoter; Your e.ho,'.d set sal vou'd be bold kssrpoasbts lfur slaughte." BruANOrn-YOU don't, look very hippy, frlind. U.Si 'ith some heavy loss? Osbir stranger-No sit: I have Just restied from business to enjoy Ille. Moe CletRLeor : "1I see sstatatio ehouw that 75 per aeut. ,.t wale crlilnals arne nmarried,' Sir Ou·eLoy : " Wtoa shows hoerw riny mas prefer the pententliat to satrimooy," And be melnelle seince was, so deep that Mis Oblhaey could beat henell nifot.

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OAKLEICH SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 3 November 1888

OAKLEICH SHIRE COUNCIL, TIvnusDAY, NovEMrER 1. A special meeting of the above was held in the Council Chambers, there being present :-Ors. Wilson :(pres ident) Binns, Beggs, Willis, and Tay. 1oi% - - The secretary stated that the mi\ot ing had been called foi the purpose of discussing whether or no it was desir rbin to join with the Mloorabbin shire and the town of Brighton, in the es tablishment of coentral Abattoirs. The President stated that he and Cr. Binns had attended a conference at the Moorabbin Shire Hall on the 22nd at which theoro wore represen tatives from Brighton ann Moorabbin. Cr. Potts of Moorabbin explained fully the object for which the confereunce had been called. but he and Or. Binns had infurmod their co.delegates that they could not pledge their council to any schemo until particulars in full had beooen giveu. He said that it ap peared that the Moorabbin and Brighton councoils wished to form a kind of syndicate and conjointly ereot Abattoirs, to be leased to so...

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LIFE IN THE ALPS. PROFESSOR TYNDALL'S STORY OF HIS OWN EXPERIENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 3 November 1888

LIFE IN THE ALPS. PROFESSOR TYIDALL'S STORY OF HIS 0OAN EXPERIENCES. Proferasr Tyndall contributes the follow lng to "Youth's Companiton": Leaving England in July, and returning In Ooatobor, I spend three months of every year among the Swiss moantainse, where I now write. Valrious and striking are the aspects of nature witnessed during these long visits. Sunshine from unolouded shies dense fog, mountain mist, furious rain and hall, and scow so deep that, were not my wife and I such thorough children of the bile, and so well acquainted with their ways. weshouldsometimeae fearimprisoument Inour nighland home. The regioo where we dwell was chosen by Mrs Tyndalt and myself on account of its surpassing beauty and grandeuar. I first made its acqunin tance twen y-nine years ago. The ancient name of the alp on which we have built our neat is Lusgen Alp, and this is bthe name that we have given to onr cottage. I have called it a abLlot, hut it is by no means one of the platureaque wooden edi...

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CAULFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25. Present :—Crs. Ballantyne (president) Cotton, Griffin, Hamilton, Langdon, Looker, Le Page, Long, and Selby. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 3 November 1888

CAULFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. THIURSDAY, OCTOBER 25.; Present :-Crs. Ballantyne (pres ident) Cotton, Griflin, Hamnilton, 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 cent 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 had funds available for the purpose. Cr. Cotton called the council's atten. tion to the fact that thle St. Kilda coun cil had replied four times in a similar strain with regard to Hotham-street. It was always the same...

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