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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 24 March 1888

Auctions. . THIS DAY. At Three O'clock. ý ,i, -,On the Ground . In response to Numerons Requests from those who were Not Able to Purchase at the First Sale, the Owner has Consented to ;" SELL aFFURTHER EXTENSION , TOWNSHIP of OAKLEIGH, comprising The Finest Stand in this Thriving Township Right in the Very Heart of the Business Portion,~tazidiwithout doubdrt ' The KEY of OAKLEIGH. 47 • TOWN ALLOTMENTS, 47 47 Shop and Villa Sites, 47 With Frontages to Dandenong, Road and other streets, nearly opposite the New Shire Hall Buildings, the Post-Office and Savings Bank, the Catholic Church, Dixon's Hotel, and adjacent to the English, Scottish, and Australian Chartered Bank, and the Principal ~Bnsi= *nedss Establishments. -; JOHN VALE AND SON Have received instructions to SELL by AUCTION, as above, The township of Oakleigh Extension, comprising 47 BUSINESS and VILLA SITES 47 Terms.-£10 deposit for main road frontages,, and £5 per:laqt.for.inpe ,streets; balance'3,-6,'9, 12, 1'5 18, 21, an'd...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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CAULFIELD POLICE COURT. MONDAY, MARCH 19. Before Messrs. Holland and Watts, J.'sP. INEBRIATE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 24 March 1888

* CAULFIELDPOLIOE OURT; , ..MONDAY, MAIR':19. Before Messrs. I. Holland. and Wi Watts, J.'sP . f! ; c INEBBIATE. S-John M'Leau, who had'been! found by .Constable Wiod at 2.30 a.m ndeaddrunk lyingin the p'ublic streets "ofiElsternwick was fined' 10s 'with'3s 6dcots .'. NEGLIGENT DRiiVERS. John Beckuusile, John. Potter, 'arid Edward'Peach'were fined £t: each for being away from their horses and drays so as not to have had proper control of 'same. Jas. Marshall and .OChristopher Richardson were fined in a similar amount for being asleep: in' their drays whilst suuposed to have been in charge of them. The first-named, who did not. answer to his name' when called upon, entered 'the court;later on and'asked the bench to rehear his'oaise. He dentied that he- was asleep, but' 'aid '' He. was thinking of what the L'ord'had do;ne for him, and had his eyes clb!d'ljbiit"1 i'd 'not-'asleep." He said he had receiitly joiined the Salva' .tion Army 'iid donnied their, uniform in which he ,was then ...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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GRATEFUL WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 24 March 1888

GRATEPUL WoaEN.-None receive soi much benefit, and none-are-so profoundly grateful and show such an interest in re commending Dr. Soule's American Hop Bitters as women. It is the only remedy peceulr adatedtth y.Y il.? .th. sex. is alp nivefau s bje o} hi s and fever,'ini ige?Biii " or deranedgv'e?'?Vv eon stant or periodical sick headaches; weak ness of the back or kidneys, pain in the shoulders and , -erg ;arto the body, a feeling, oir ?tcddiie.? p denoy, are; all readily removed by these bitters. " Courant." Fire Salvage ! Fire salvage !! GREAT 'SALE 3wOF FIE'tSALVAGE . 1T `UNHEA'RD OF PRICES. G. EWART & CO.` Having puifehed al large? oar f,'-l i CALICOES, FLANNELS, PRINTS DRESS GOODS .ORSRTS.-Ua STRES, FORFARS, SHIRTS, WOOLS. &c., &c.,. Parts of the Salvage Stock of MESSRS SARGOOD, BUTLER, & NIOHOL, Which wi" be cleared at ridiculous" prices. COME TO THE FIRE SALE iU Come and see the Bargains, You will bet repid. GEORGE EWART & CO., S '"1"T...

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MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL TUESDAY, MARCH 20. SPECIAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 24 March 1888

MALVERN SHIRE ?: ?uNCIL TUESDAY, MARCH 20. SPECIAL MEETING. Present:-Cr Benson, (Chairman) Edsall, McKinley, Robinson, Mercer, Heywood and S.." Woodmason. - :'On 'the :motion of Cr, Edsallseconded by Or Woodmason,' it was resolved to confirm a minute passed;at a former meeting of the council for the issue of debentures amount: ing to £10,000 for the purpose of carrying out certain works already scheduled. , ' ORDINABY MEETING. The minutes of last .ordinary. meeting were read and confirmed, and the secre tary's outward correspondence read and ap proved of.., CORRESPONDENCE INWARDS. From the department of Lands and Sur veys informing the council. that the addi tional area for the stafe school reserve had been gazetted.-Received. . From the secretary .of the trustees of the Wesleyan :Church asking the council to place a lamp for the convenience of pedes trions, at.the.colner, of Boundary roadand Clarendon. sLreet.-Complied with, and on the secretary stating that' there were about a sco...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 24 March 1888

'Drapetrs' 'mnd Grocers. y ki YORKSH IRE HOUS E, O Glen Huntly Road, -Near the Railway Station Elsternwick. ----o-- ROBTI ::BYERS, In thanking his numerous patrons of lslaternwick, Caiulfield, Elwood, - Bala ,dava;"St. Kilda; Brighton, etc., etc., for the favours conferred upon him during the -first Six Months he has been in Business in the" above Suburb, begs: to inforni tlem that hbe has determined'on Selling the balance of his Sunasm STOOK Of Drapery," Hosiery, Millinery, Gents' Shirts, Hats, Ties, Gloves, etc., at , Prices which are bound to ensure a Speedy Clearance. .- o---. All Goods marked in Plaln Figures. R. H. B., having made a practice of holding no. stock over -iuntil: following meason, can confidentially state that his Prices Defy Competition., Dressmaking i all its branches.-Fit and Style Guaranteed. _ I Ui D?; E rmL T -N At % SrIcrILXTY.i Youx Wrns'. SALE CoMsszENonIN .a ? . RBERT .Y.RS,? Glen Huntly Road, Elsternwickl+ -: .911 sT' .:fia"r i i1t~ 'fO Ki" EL S TEoR'NW...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 24 March 1888

-Commercial Bank of ?Australia ; ('i:-, i' m.. )- ~ '"T Authorised Cpital ..,. £3,000,000 ~ubscribed Capital . ... ': 2,,00,D00 Paid L>: : .' ..: " ... .1,000,000 Reserve Fund ... 600,000 Hsta OrirloE-s0 COLLINS ST. W., MELBOURNE. London Office-Bashopsgate St. Within, S corner of beadenhall-street, E.OC. . BRTGeTON BRANCH Interest allowed on FIXED DEPOSITS1 highest current Pates. -DRAFTS on London office, branches.and agen.ies of the Bank issued at lowest rates of exchange. t'lls Discountel and Adva ces Made. . W'Farand,, Manager. Special Advertisements. ROUSE - PAINTER -AND DECJORATER, 17 COMMERCIAL PrAD, 17j Prahran, NEAB THE W AREKT, ON SALES .LOWEST-PRICES:1 TRADE SUPPLIED. P aperhangings, Leads, Oils, Colors; Varnishes, Glass and Sizes, ALL COLORS. Cs??stio Soda, Shellac, Brushware,, Spirits, &o., &.. . azing for tthe Trade. Produce Merchants, -Brig htoi ' Produice Store and Wood and Coal Depot T. BRADLEY AND SONS, _.. -... -Late M. L. Macartney, ....... -ci:...

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ON THE PRESERVATION OF HEALTH IN MIDDLE AGE. No. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 24 March 1888

'ON THE PRESERVATION OF HEALTH IN MIDDLE AGE. • 'N -rD o.;T.' !' "" BY A FAxILY DoCTor SAt tli?'age of thirty-five' amankind; 'act: cording toe,aomeeminent authorities,;is said to have reached the meliridaiini of ife, while others name forty, as the number of ye'ds we take to reach' the hill-topiiof our earthly existence. But be this as it may, no one who hhas ta'ein the ordinary means to preserve his health in youth and earlymanhood should feel other, than young at the age of forty"five, from 'which period until.that of sixty; If life be spared to us, we shall do well to consider our selves middle-aged, and to adopt greater precautions for the. preservation of health and consequent happiness than might have been deemed necessary when youth was on ,our.,.side .... And..if this.is.done, the period-of imiddle age' shoiildibe' one .of the greatest activity, of both body and mind. What ,though the,hairs are turn ing grey ? that but shows 'oiB h.?s suffered sorrow 'and -survived it,,, or...

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GENERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 24 March 1888

GENERAL ITEMS. The death' is ;announced of M, Carnot, the father of the President of France. ': The Codlin moth--is doiniig great damage in the orchards in the' Cmii berland'distriot.' .. I '7General' Warnet has beeii alipoiiited ~J Siciced 'General Boulanger in; the .command,of.the -13th Army Corps," '?r hd Priebeir'statdt that the Governi inment is not yet'finally" -uledre'dt, ,., construotion -of'the`,'Pope's'-Eye Fort and that'the only step taken'at presn is completing ,arrangem~en s for i. vttxng tenders or the world.k.. ,t, ,A terrible fire, occurred ilast' Satur1 day. ini the: Norsewobd;Village: Settle. 'ent, in'the CObing?t' bf ? nfiijwa , 'Noi Z'ealan,? 'all "the' dwelling-houses oiurohes, sphools,; and piublio buildingq being completely'ruined:' ":. .n?. .. 1Qe.?, ;-? - ;-7 -?h . Spre:eo Malvern ? Ask the Editor of the S':P""h3Aii dlebiti: ;. +i V i a: Thi"- Lbcal"' Opti6i tji' 'sodred a victory at Wiitaisto'vn on Saturi Four arrant'sooundrels met their deserits' 'at"'tlid...

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LAWN TENNIS. CARLTON v. CHELTENHAM [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 24 March 1888

LAWN TENNIS. _o_   CARLTON V. CHELTENHAM.   Ladies match was played on the court of the former last Wednesday, when the Misses Comport (Cheltenham) were beaten by Misses Irving and Martin (Carlton) 9 to 10, and also by Misses Elliott and Ger- schel (Carlton), 5 to 10; Misses Chandler and Hunter (Cheltenham), were beaten by Misses Elliot and Gerschel (Carlton) 3 to 10, and also by Missee Irving and Mar- tin (Carlton) 2 to 10,. Totals Carlton, 40 ; Cheltenham, 19.

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GENERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 31 March 1888

::GENERAL ITEMS . - mian niamed Malcolm Fraser, a' ed o60 sears was found dead in"hil' it Warrenheip. The' Rev. C. W.' Schurmann, for35' ryearS Lutheran miniister at tfhe'H'oi rk;, near,; Hamilton, .lias celebIated; the fiftieth anniversary of his entering the ministry. Father of fair one: " We close up here at ten o'clock." Brassheaded bean: " Th'at's'i ood ideii" I'f keeps 'f'ellows oiuiiiio donii know ienouh to 'gtliri'side earlier" ". . F. t The comet which was .discoveredt the Cape of Good Hope on the 18th ult.,:and which, was' seen herea.few days after, has been observed at the observatory every fine morning. The man. Cirroill wiho. confessed to lhaving mnurdered his sweetheart some seventeen years ago in England;d, has been discharged a cable having been received fromi police anthdrities in England to the effect that there could not-be .any foundation for thestate nerit made by the accused in his 'coh fession. ,, Beer halswon the day ,at, Wdy M a I hlool. andKyneton, and thie...

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YACHTING. THE VICTORIAN INTERNATIONAL REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 31 March 1888

b----0-- j I YACHTING. *>-i , THE ,^it kxL teINTENATbiqNAL .L J ' REGATTA. A neeting of thegeniie' 4m.iin-'tee of the international regatta wis held at thie.T rt Jliilp Club Hotel on,?gqqdayeevenin jotb So'ock. There were present :- Corl cidloElpqrj ae,.Bathe.eBrighon..Borbco - the Jfoyat l Ya'ol Jora .of the 1'rident Y. 0.; Krone, of the Brilh to·n 7Z. ofT F Flcatff , ofi *he r li(b1r{; S park Y« .,; W. Allee,-of'the ;Br".hto? Y; 0. ; Councillore Th,nripsoq .and, Pied, die, 6f the gllire of Mornington ;.Oddit cillor G. Turner, ;mayor-,of St: o Kidid ; Captain .Meyer,.ofthe St. Kilda Y.'. Couriillori Burrows was voted to the chirr. The correspondence, which doi sisted in. the main of favourAble iepibie from leading gentlemen consenting to ?; - comembin ber6of 'the committee having &'_ been read and receivd,' the report of0: the sub-committee appointed at the last meet ing was read and adopted. ir:It contfin I recommendations re the issue of circula , collecting cards, &am...

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CRICKET. BRIGHTON V. RICHMOND (2nd elevens) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 31 March 1888

i odI OICKETdi I )'I -0 BRIHTONr v. RIqauDo , (2nd eleveni ) This match re3oanted on Saturday r follows :-Richmond.. first innings,, 70; second inniings 91. 9 Brighton, first innings, 49; and fiye wickets for 42.,, Bairs:with 22 (not onit), ta ddrick'12 an,'u 22, Isaacs 26, and D'A roy 14 (not out) respectively, were higoest scores for Richmond, and Wilm?t -withl 11 and 19, and Ferris 14, for Brighton. . - , N. BioGHToN V. ;ALLiSAIN'TS UMNIOT.', ':' This matdi' wa's playe:la Saturday on tthe Coast oricket, grb'nd''.' The .norch having won ,the toss eleoted to bat, beng all disposediof-for-92,- of.-whioh-F.-Miller - 27; Oochran-e13'iaidl'oMrah' 12 ,bat~td.; i weUl The AI S. Ntthfep wept; in, but coul not make any1 stand ag;inset t;e bowling o rM'.'uanoitt and Sinker. aiP. »-s forer otpin 4i.)20. and Jthe latt9i Uf for -1 llmafng, , i,, SBRIaOHTON .-B4A.WKESflUT. A two-days -match iwilli be"plyod& 'biii I; ' Good Friday-andl'astir: ''Satird 'p''' to strt t 1 o'olook't1'h'irp:"...

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NERVOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 31 March 1888

NERVOUS. SMEN, young and rold, married or -single; suffering fromu Nervions Debility,Preiaturei Debay, Loss of Manhood, Vital Power, and allMdiseases of the Genito Urina'; Orgens, may. obtain, free, a valuable treatise by an etninent suleotabdontkinlia'g ifallfiliaf'rdha-1 tioni regarding self-treatment,by applying by letter to Box 1081, G.P.O., Sydney. GvTEFuL WOE S.F- O ve so mnc'hbenefit, and no'6iiV pbd udp y gratgftl and show such an interest in re dommending Dr. Sonle's American Hop Bitters as women. It is the only remedy peculiarly adated to the many ills the sex i'alimbst universally subject to. Chills and fever, indigestion or deranged liver, con stant or. periodieal sick ,headaches, weak? bssEof the back or kidneys, pain in; the shoulderkfididuiffeleef.: I'arts of the bhdy, a feeling of lapsfsude andftespopdency, are all readily removed by hese bitters. " Courant." .. Messrs W. J. Vance and Co., of the Com mercial House, Bay-street, Brighton, an nounce in our advertising c...

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FOOTBALL. BRIGHTON FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 31 March 1888

- '',. fOO A' . li.'1 ! lii; it , B1tG4 PQff N ,( Q_)jIgLL CLUB. -The, seventh annual meeting of the tabove club was held on Friday even ig in the lavilion, J. L. Cleary in the chair, and'ab' ut 50 mnmsbers were-present. The secrtaiy read the report asd bal ice heet l the report showed the first twer .j pIyd 12 matches, 7 of whichfplif. 1101)1l 'los aid 3 drawn, the total number of goals kipked by the first twenty was 34 ,ij st 21 kicked by oppesing teawi. Thet}c1nd twenty played 17'hiatchus, 12 of whios were won, 3 lst and 2 dray. The memnbers' roll increased frog 73, to ;93, and the receipts from i£3W1t' tb' £49' is, iaudthe expenditure was £48 2s 7d, 'leaving a credit balance of 18se d. The 'following office bearers weirtblected for tho':euouing seas,,on : Patrons Hon. T. ·Bent;' D. Ahbott 94° n~s~';P ·~;a P }t:t' "VicdPresidents : H. \V. Mills, Esq., W. ; Msat, Esq., H. Sparks, Esq., A. WaIto Esq. and Capt..Webb. ; Hon. Seo. ' r A. E. Small ; Ron. Seo.: 2nd twenty : J. Ei. Small...

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BANQUET TO J. KEYS ESQ., M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 31 March 1888

S BANQUET TO4. J. KEYS ESQ.,, one M.L.A,.' ,nna lult 21i 1i' nwi , vi i u.i J 'rJ. Keys;: g IL, A ,wwa entertained) at a banquet on:the 22nod inst. at;Dobh caSterr: I :hePremier.1 'ther'Atlornedy General,; the-Ministei of lEduiation, th' nister dfiirade and Onaohis aiiddeverl mbezn 6. f the'bbohoie were' iretthei eing 4 iege (fiddlbe" of Mr Key speh 'if "tlitoa "our s"aeet 1w RipRFYPP*s1 d tll..11ing. ' )ti'said t pie", .au ,yct;goý e,.pontest 'ed:Iii ,elde: orita, f S .3th; ,Brke, an, wasef4eateia through 'the :oppoisition1 of the oiaripan;andrmanywhoiwern present 11bntig.,. He rae,,:tlierefore,Iproud Co sae tbeyn were.ipresent, "heoiuee it6 showed !they, hid sinob& beconte hi'friefd.ii? In auppor.ing O.alit(on ?Go C inrimtii" t i6e belo ved they w ee n hicosshr to" t5 be e~ace, pro rent' ro etp t bfa coli"try. The' ipreea 's pe i al o.uld lay boiium:tfole ,o 1ji ii i ssafaetsoq. that not 9120of s, meriu~er4,hacl btoe , aa* oaaedtof io t roarl,1o orrupttn.;, Some.pt ,lsgis ...

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OUR OPEN COLUMN [We do not necessarily endorse the opinions given expression to by our correspondents.] THE BRIGHTON FREE LIBRARY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE LEADER [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 31 March 1888

OUR OPEN: COLUMN .L [We do not necessarily endorse the opinions given expression to by our correspondents.] THE ,BRIGHTON FREE LIBRARY.. TOTR& EDETOa OF THu LEADERi SIm,-Now that an active conmmittee of young men, under theii presidenicy of Or Burrows, has been appointed, Ihope that the catalogue of Library books, which has been salong.talked-of,.-,will.be.irculated without further delay. If it .is not already printed, the best thing for the committee to do, will, be to call tenders for, the work; and I. have .no doubt.yonar establishment would be equal to pro viding it within four weeks. In the meantime, for want of a catalogue, vai'' able books are hidden on top shelves out of reach of asubscribers,: specially ladieu, who dare not venture on the very, claum - and heavy ladder,, provided for their use,! .o-dive into the intellectual treasures which are hidden.fronm e ght. YET ANOTHER SUGGESTION. The Institution possesses a beautiful Hall. could not the Committee arrauge wiL...

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BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. MONDAY, MARCH 26. Before Messrs Wilmot and Walsh, J's.P. INEBRIATES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 31 March 1888

BRIGHTON POLICE COUU T. . MOWDAY bMAnH, 26. Before Messrs Wilmotan&Walsh s? tof INEBRIATE9. J. Davies-charged by: Constable Brennran with being drank and disorderly.., as he vas seffering stillfrom the effects of his spree, was remanded till Friday, .,,;",!, ; .;',;;,:, M. A. Keating for a similar offence was cautioned anddischarged .I .m.:. .11 INSULTZNG BEHAVIOUR... ..... Fred. Ulhorn, Thos. Ulhorn, and Thos. Dnggan, were charged by Constable: 'Pattersbn, with insulting.., belavionr at the Brighten baths on 'Snnday after noon.' ,. This evidence was corroborated by Con stable Breananu and a witness named Mr Leonard of Brighton"Beach. The evidence of the Constable went to show that these, three fellows were guilty of gross misbehavionr in ,the presence of a large . number pf ladies and gentlemen.. It was also stated,that great cqmplaints had froin tii e to ftimie beien'sinde ias to the very nnseemly 6 coniduct carridýon :n fell glare obfthie visitdio 'but' nutil on thls part...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 31 March 1888

T DnELL' DIABRH(ECHA MIXTURE t'se most efficacious preparation for this comn plaint quickly relieves. and restores ole system to its natural condition.--(Advt.) J. G. YANDELL Consulting Herba'ist 32 Chapel street Prahran. Consultation Free. -(Advt.) YANDE L'5S EXTRACT Of DAPENE Meiaer-J eon with Yellow Dock sand,Sarsaparilla will cure affections of.' the Blood, Eciema Pim ples, Ulcers, etc. J. G. Yandell, Consalt ing Herbalist, 32 Chapel street Prairan, Consultation Free.-(Advt.) PROFIT 81.200.-" To sum it up, s'x long years of bed-ridden sickness, costing 5200 per year, total S1,200. All of this expense was stopped by three bottles of Dr. Sonule's American Hop Bitters, taken by my wife. She has done her own house-work for a year since, without the loss of a day, and I want everybody to know it, for their benefit." " N. .E. Farmer.". FIRE FIRE.! R FIRE ? ? SALVAG.E SALE. Having received ims ense piles or Salvage from Ithe terrible fire at MIESSRS SARGOOD, BUTLER &NIOHOLS Of ...

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Nervito. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 31 March 1888

Nerutao:.' Relieves Toothace instantly, and preven to its reunrrgnce by. forming }a jSnbstaaiiar Stopping. It is farsnperiorvto any other `preparation for Toothache. -. Il; jii a Sole Makers: - J. H. Ninamen'.obyal CREMIBT8 AND DENTISTs. O urch Street, Middle arighton. -Vrn. -Artiblc Teeth and Fall -i dlei Dental werk performed at all hours.

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CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 31 March 1888

CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. Presbyterian.-Brighton. Rev. Mr. - 11 and 7. Elsternwick.-Rev. J. Hay, 11 and 7 Oheltenham, 11 and 8;' Mentne, 7, Rev R. M. 'ergus. Caulfield, Rev. H. B. Macartney, 11 and Armndale, Rev. F. Webb.;: Elsternwick, Rev. P.' Bailhache : Malvern, Rev. C. J. Godby, 11 and 7. O dAieigh, Rev. .' .':Sbii". . y r CongregationalBrighton;-morning, trand evening Rev. J. Richard.J) , Malvern, Rev. C. Moon, 11 and 7. i'! .rfr .froitdrli ll lyislano Oaklelh, evJ. F. Gannºaa 1 and,7 wesld anMetibiodiebBrighrtoi, '11'an 7. - tnnin, ti'mti ) D ' in 'a "Ir Elstemnic 1;'t 7 Primi ive Methodist S6ith fYath, `Rev! J. Beckj11, and,7.yerer ')x I1 .J ýl >[1 North' B3rilPton,, A *, J. Hughes,! 1Jr and Messrs Dunetan and Gibbs, 7. South lýight oi,1Mr, . 8JiuIngs,rl., audi 7. r Hil I ni ra . an "n t 1":I rl ý:) .r,.,..i // ;r "ýI 7ý1.ý " i7 ' East n v.,I. 3Uiohaid on, 8, and 7. Bapti -Cprh ýr g topa owA4 11, and rr Jgeslf/.l:i i.rl/. I(.1 '': I .ii) Christ a igggly--grghtop,ý' x13' ...

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