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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 December 1888

Govenment Advertisements. FORAGE. T ENDERS will be received until Ten .. o'clock a.m. on Friday, 11th January next, for the supply of Forage, in such quantities as may be required, for the service of the Government at the under mentioned stations, from the 1st 3March 1889 to.the 28th 'Februnry 1SO0. Caulfield, Cheltenham. Frankston and Sandringham. Printed forms of tenderand conditions of contract may be obtained from the Secre tary Tender Board, Treasur,, Melbourne, or from the officer in charge at any station, by whom also information or explanation will be afforded to persons tendering. * Tenders, which should be upon the printd1 form, will be received for either Shay, or straw (the particular r straw offered to be stated); iincluded in one tender it may 6 1 for one article only, if advis .a a rs must be enclosed in an envelope, marked "Tenderfor Forage," and deposited in the Tender-Box, Pay Office, Treasury, Melbourne; or, if sent by post, they must be addressed to the Chairman ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BEGGARS. (THE STANDARD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 December 1888

BEGGARh. (Tcm STALNDAnn.) We hear little of-beggars-in Europe during the ages of Paganismn, but it iwould be rash to draw grave. conclusions from this factA. Allu sions enough assire us thatt they existed-if, indeed, any sane person of 'mature years could possibly doubht the.faet. Serioue.writers of the classic eth would not condescend to allude to such vulgarities-their dignity forbade; and, unhappily, but few works ot" light literature" survive. Still, ..making . all allowance, it must be admitted as significant that Apuleins - so. very ready to describe thieves, highwaymen, drunkards, and bad' 1 characters in general which infested the roads does not speak of beggars, so far as we re member. Again, among the endless paiRntins. and sculpture at Pompeii, to which the world owes so many and so valuable hints relating to antique society, there is hardly one that deals with this topic. At Herculaneum, indeed, an illustration has been found representing a young woman offering alms to a...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE YOUNG FOLKS. MY PLUCKY BOY TOM; OR, SEARCHING FOR CURIOSITIES IN INDIA FOR MY SHOW. CHAPTER XLIX.—A STRANGE VISITANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 December 1888

THE YOUNG FO(LKS. m MY PLUCKY BOY TOM; on, SEARCHING FOR CURIOSITIES IN INDIA FOE MY SHOW. sq BT P. T. BRmwx. CiArren XLIX.--A Srn8 o~ YsrrImv. Athoor was one of those fortunate persons ro who have the faculty of awaking like a flash sh with all their senses at command. p The instant the growl of the angered in leopard washeard he understood the perilous a situation; His rifle lay across his knees, and he an sprang to his feet with the agility of an to acrobat, and the weapon was at his shoulder in a twinkling. e1 The mouphilon had proved the friend in Kb need beyond question. But for that Mashing of its marvelous st crown of fire in the face of the wild beast, he f would have been on the breast of the native et at the moment he opened his eyes; but the glare bewildered the animal just as the d sudden flaming of the sun in the eyes of a sleeper dazes him on first awaking. 0 Yon know that wild brites dread fire,'and the leopard must have believed that by some t4 mysterious occurrence...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TRADE "TABLETS AND TABLOIDS" MARK. "TABLETS" PEPTONIC. (Pepsin, Pancreatin, Lime Lacto-phosphate, Equal parts.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 December 1888

?nto ".TABIETS AND TABLOIDS'" X Z. "TADTZnI" PBaOonzO. (Pepsin. Pancretin, Limo Lacto-phosphate, -. . -Equal.part..) - Tha is i edmbination oft o various digestiie fermenta, in conjunction qith thepxq usite to?? and .altet?v-Linme Lacto-Phoshlate.:. The Peptouic Tablets are .highly prized, by dyspOp. tics. SuppliUd'in bottles of 25, 50 and 100. " 'TAintoer "flrBOPIL?IIA?T . Etch Tablet• contains tro minimas of the Tincture of Stropbinthus .'repared of: the strength ofoe in. twenty, and friom .the'seed. 0rtrophanthus.inreeaaseathepowerof thh?art, but does not contract the.arterioleslike digitalis. A.dre bout toni. Dose,.onuntofiur. Tabloids,'to be swallowed with water. ''TAsBLODS'" gl-tqTf-I ASP ?- XYL. 0 .TBI.. TWuitrine, --'?Oth gr.; Nitrite 'of Amyl., Sgr. Thesease somewhat more rapid in actionithan thwplainT. itrineTabloids. Prescribed for Dose, oneTabloid'evorythree hours, and also i?mnl?diatel befoire eeach attack of angina pectdri. hedose may be gradually inceased unti itafdll...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GOBLINS. (THE STANDARD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 December 1888

. GOBLINS. (man EaDAiD.) we do not mean by goblin those fantastic shapes which owe their *eee. to the literary a .rticnel .nk'ora,,T1enid?.bnt rather those stheyiepeoplee" or "eleiosotarydemi-men," as tiey re deignated in.tbfat esoteric outline of the profound, system, of :the. true Rosicrucians which .goes by the :name, of- the Comte de Galalis, with which the Cabalists-the devotees;: of the," ancient mysteries "-easserted that the four." elements," earth,air, fire, and water,were peopled.. The idea that there are on or, rather, in and around the. earth,.rational creatures besides man is, of course, not merely of remark able antiquity, but is so widespread that it may almost be described as universal. It was known to Hebrew folk lore, and found a representative in the " shaggy demon of the mountain pase " of old Arab superstition; it is familiar to us all in the fauns and styrs, the nymphs and nercids and aurae of classical mythology, and the elf king of the Niebelungen Lied; and i...

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 — 22 December 1888

Special Advertisements. Oakleigh COFFEE PALACE, BROADWOOD STREET, Oaldeigih. 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. W. CLEMENTS, Proprietor. J. R. BAVINTON, BOOTMAKER, POINT NEPEAN ROAD, North Brighton. - T . PASCOE & CO GROCERS,. : PROVISION & PRODUCE -MERCHANTS, :'. Corner of1, ASNw Aew sTi.AD1cd POiLE NEFPrEAN D., ^-.. NORTH BRIGHTON. B~et Country Cut Hay Chaff always in Stock. Agents for Eady & Co.'s Celebrated Dandelion Ale. HORNER & COTTER CORN MERCHANTS & GENERAL 'SEEDSMEN, 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 (ESTABLI...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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LITTLE ROMANCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 December 1888

LITTLE-iOMANCES. A Scotch -beadle tool his sweetheart to a graveyard and, 'bo*irog' her a dark corner, said: " Mary. my.folk lie .there. Would you like to lie there ?'.It was a grim way of prd posing'but- , wM aienible Scotch" lassie an she accepte4 him .... .,Dr. Johmnon c6nvincd his sweetheart of his appreciatidin dfher.byrh hex rfni'rtopoke the tobacco into the bowl of "luh"pi.. Mel Webster proposed to Miss Fletcher while aiding ler to'unravel a skein of thread." *'"Grac," said he, v,".lwvebsoieen unatyi?ý sotb'let' a see if we camo, te-o?e.wTjuch Fill not unite in. alifetime.'t;., .. ;-, ; ..ol bh.brothers Jacob ~ - William Grimn, authors of the wonderful fairy storiea con cluded that one or the..othef.j luld ierry. Offcious friends'fonid a s.itale .lady for' acob, but he dedlind to do' the ourting. .o ,Willim .acted a roxy. mIn doing so he fell in. love with the lady.hil, which trouble~dhim eatly, aa .di w notwantat"to betray ..Toob. nohe latter JlredrhBe ;dilemma by telling Wi...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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MICROSCOPIC WONDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 December 1888

M ICROSCOPIC WONDEIRS. One of the leading scientificenblicationsstltes that mi:ny ieople are no*-.using thd microscope" to discover the re'causoe of dlisesse?iit the 'system, and to detect adultehicess of food aid medicines. ' This wonderful instrument haa aeved many a. life. A microscopical test shows, for instance, the presence of albumen, or the life of the blood. is certain derangemeuts of the kidneys, but, mediciie does not toll us how far advanced the derangement is, or whether it shall prove fatl. The microscope, however, gives us this know ledge':- -. . . Bright'ds isenso, which so many pooplodread, was not fully 'known titil -t micro revealedite characteristics. 'It greItly aids ihysician,'alallel it'its dte, in dotermiinsg far is a hV advanced, and give a fiuller of the true strueture-bflthe kidney. - A noted Germasi scholar recently diseo that by the aid of the microscope the ph can tell if there is .a tumour iorimmin systeme and if certain appenrances are the fluids padd...

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WANDERINGS IN ASIA. CANTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 December 1888

WANDERINGS IN ASIA. BY TIE Hoer. JAcES CAYxIZI. n' CANTON. There are some tourists who got to Hong Kong and pass on without seeing Canton. p Their position may be pretty accurately com- p pared to a visitor from England who would I stop at Queenseliff, and then pass on without d having seen Melbourne. There is daily com munication between Hong Kong and Canton a by means of large, well-appointed steamers, f after the model of the American a river boats. These are built on lines t which 'make o theni resemble modern t editions of Noah's Ark, surmountedby a large a walking beam, and furnished with paddles. s These Americam river boats are decidedly t , clumnsy in appearance, but on the other hand t are admirably arranged and fitted, being much c superior, as far as their saloons and cabins are t concerned, to anything we have in Australia. I oas startled on several occasions at the woay the captain hugged the shore, for once or i twice we seemed to literally graze the rocks. : A few mi...

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THE FIRST FUNERAL OF NAPOLEON THE GREAT. (ST. JAMES'S GAZETTE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 December 1888

TILE FIRST FUNERAL OF NAPOLEON THE GREAT.. (ST. JAMES'S oAZFETE.) . A correspondent has favoured us with the following extract from a letter dated St.' Helena, 12th May, 1821, and written by an' officer serving on board one of the East lindia Company's ships: "On Tuesday we came in sightof St. Helena,' and anchored next day about 8 in the morning. We have had a verylong passage. Imagine an immense rock, without the .slightest marks of vegetation, save a few bushes in one valley where the town steands, and ,forming a barrier to the sea, which may wash upon itfor ages, for millions of years, and make no impression on it. On the Saturday after our drrival Bonapart died, and on Monday morning I rode to Long wood, where I saw the poor, remains" of that once great man. He wts lying. dressed in full uniform. I cwold have known hin imong50,000. His fae-at first eight appeared "familiar; so striking are the likenesses I had seen of him. He was dressed witn a short grron coat, which only came...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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NOT WILLIN'. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 December 1888

N OT WILLIN'. Says bould Barney Mulligan To Biddy M'Snilhgan, ' Och, faith ! it's mesilf wud be loikin' a kiss.' Cries Biddy M'Snilligan, ' Ye'd bettherbe'still agin, Oi'll not be endoorin' such treatment as this.' ' Arrah ! dearest Biddy, Be aisy, be stiddy, Indade, it's no use to be actin' like this. Odth!' Scratthha man's nose off, Andteararll his c16'ha offt It's a de'il'iiv a ro to 'gittin'a kiss.' ' Go way, Mr..Barney, No more of yet blarney, Or instid uw a kiss ye'll be gittni a kick. Ould red-headed Barney, F Ye're wastin' yer blarney, Fur-here comes the missus! Och! Barney, be quick !' .. A Jo?F. says young ladies nowadays take great panes with their sashes. He evidently lthinks thatl i a putty goqod pun. thii'.s i . ouag lady asked to 'look 'ht a parasol, the shopman said, ' Will yop please give me the shade you want?' ' I expect the parasol to" give me the shade I want,' sad the. younglady. .TII freasbn that newly-marrined mr't are calleil Benediit is ecau ~ they axe supp...

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PREHISTORIC BEARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 December 1888

*PREHI8Ta l~EAP8~-.. -1 qnanhtiles-o the bones of various oa r euh *ai 0ionr hyena,-bcitf; sno r- historic dog,.heae-be o olUdfrom time to time in caveais-srias: ptStdo of the world. It; is pcnabblothat, a r 1as Znrope. is. concerned; these caverns were more abundantly filled a few centuries ago than, at present. In the pe rien# s.o?? ..s liria,. a. ??,d trffctqo k Splaye in tbeif g r to o ;bone~ epcifs. ear the anslogouae~ of Egygptian mumimies. A phyician of Genii, Styria; writing in theyear ,"delon'bes how 2ieaeoceived as unacreds of lopes and: teeth, as well as four' . ps' had-and that, with these potent iplements, he ýbiaed t i ase s ,noteworthy cures. It hasj tncmbenamr tained.that these skulls and boope.belip4lb?.?,.. Threceptade where theywere d-lsstilellled' D?non'sCave." The skeleton of. p. prehistoric bear (Uiru spelpruis),,a well ans asecond gigantic skull, weie.ootd about four years ao.in the Peggau. Vn..rm Sl~ptrsa. The=- ' ,eto* ecane sina perpenilsis rock. face, some...

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CURIOSITIES OF WILLS. (THE WELCOME.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 December 1888

CURIOSITIES OF WILLS. (TIr WELCOME.) Richard I., when informed that death was inevitable, made his will, in which he com manded that his brains, blood, and certain other portions of the body should be buried at Chalons, heart at Rouen, and his body at the foot of his father's grave at Font Evraud in his province of Anjou. Here, too, by special request, the heart of Henry III. was interred nearly three-quar ters of a century later.. Probably the. will of Edward I. contained clauses as curious as ever monarch's did. He commanded that, upon his death, the Prince of Wales should cause his body to be boiled until the flesh could be separated from the bones. Only the bones were to be saved, the rest was to be buried; and whenever Edward II. was fighting in Scotland he was to carry with him the bones of Ida redoubtable father, as a sort of talisman with which to strike terror into the heart of the sturdy Scot. Henry IV., who died in 1413, was the first English king whose will was made in E...

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THE POVERTY OF PUBLIC MEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 December 1888

THE POVERTY OF PUBLIC LEN. (rnox TES PALL ALL r oarrs.) A personal confeeion will sometimes discover a public tendency. What it, with -a general increase of wealth, public men are poorer ? Is , public life' mhror exacting, 'ar men less! thrifty, or have public conditions changed! 1 Public life used" to be a struggle for e plunder. Salaries, sinecures, gifts of secret service money, and pensions were) b the temptations of political life. Soulsi o as well as scats were sold. Men had shallow c consciences and deep pockets. The serviceIt' of the State was the highway to fortune, and h hence the biting acid of Dr. Johnson's gibe,t that a patriot was only another nune for a scoundrel. Cowper pictured the state of affairs n when he said- h The levfe swarm., as if in golden pomp t Were creractered on every statesman's d:or, h "BLattered sad bankrupt fortunes mendedl here." , h Sir George Trevelyan has told of profligates t who, from puzzling half their lives over tavern g bills, were called...

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CHIT-CHAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 December 1888

CHIT-CHAT. o the day are long and war whe ea ? 9ks?xpeditioa into the "contry or'to the sea, .md,?hrowng care to the winds, we can, for Sferone dmat .least, enjoy ourselves under green Stree, by rippling atreums, on the mountain u a "th ad ran waTCe. hr •y '-.;'le:'at thing noce.sary to make a picnic a itoos itdin'yte the right'sort of people, and ""tb "theyj'lolst be also, re tppejrt. "'There "''.a iitiFierr. samUne d "obeh onus;, young fill of fin, bent on the enjoymeletf the ai.nhdble as yet *"tolooek- back without ze;,enand forward witquit iear;! '"' e, very *'. e~t;"'of ootttac depefde" on -the hoot and --:.-.hb6sW-.Th!; must lie- 1 y t -geia1 .; eOiMhnott i'if .e "?to eseuthle': sh' s?doefot', i t"?Ucxtaufiiay- . Agrea- t hing.toh be ab. - ' ,iieid-u sdtto start'toxC tee ýiej : r 'etodrutoe *' rd; icerm tyerewholehiagk flipg-;ejll eery ih be 6dht long before the hao fixed for - . 5oine. ' Ttthe i"j3eis'elyn a d y bo be is Slev open airin congeniadlet , with ..vary. ittle-to do...

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LADIES' COLUMN. THE HOLIDAY SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 December 1888

SIADIE-S' COLUMN. BY VIVA. .THE HOLIDAY SEON. No sooetier is the social eer.sorn ier--nd it is ?st'diawingto its closein bel!stirie--than the petodieal exddas bedgins. Tslith- one consent `all M llsoae" dinsesere She 'pressing neceef aity for change of air, and sets itself in good erarest to fad it. One asust go somewhere: 3Iat wherever they go oat would-be travellers ar? " i a certain aeount of piaparation; snd it s precisely Oe this prspiitidoi"that the comfort of the nrineg journey will depend. There are certain bros rules that every one bnowsmore or less, such as do not take an un. Known quantity 'e= impedimenta if bent on a lyingtour across ties country, and do not settle down for several weeks at a fashionable seaside Sesort, such as Queenscliff,'with all your worldly go entrusted to one portmanteau, and that a small one. It may seem absurd to recapitulate etch well-known platitudes, and yet these simple rules are often set at defiance. A tailor-made gown is undoubtedly as nea...

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WEIRDNESS. (THE SPECTATOR.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 December 1888

- -WEIRDNESS. . (Tm ax oralon.) "Weird" properly contains the notion of evil predestination, predeitisation fixed by some power which appears, at all events, to be more . or less malignant. It is an Anglo-Saxon word connected with the root of the German word I wcrdrn, " to become;" -but besides including! t the notion of what is about to become, what is I fated,.itifs nibmot always used in a heathen sense, of that which is fated by some g unspiritual power against which th healthy mind rebels. The story of "Wandering Willie" in Sir Walter Scott's "L?edgauntlet" which is included in the volume of Scotch weird: tales,-is almost as perfect an embodiment of h true weirdness as anything in our literature ; and it is told wth every touch which could en hance the weirdness of the effect. The picture of Sir Robert Redgauntlet, passed from earth,. yet swathed in'his fannels, as if still suffering from g-ut, his pistols and broad-sword beside hiu, entertaining a great crew of evil guests,s an...

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The Sin of Omission. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 December 1888

It isn't the thing you do, dear, It's the thing you leave undone, Which gives you a bit of a heartache, At the setting of the sun. The tender word forgotten, The letter you did not write, The flower you might have sent, dear, Are your haunting ghosts to-night. The stoneyou might hate lifted SOut of a brother's way The.bit of heartaome council You were'hurried teomuchto ay. - The loving touehof-th?a bsm, dhar The gemtle and'winsozaiooe;, .That you had no ti mear,.hought for, S":With troubles enough.lutS owwn. TheselittUeG ats of kiudni S So easily outlof , md;' - :These chanwtoeben rf hicehrmi?'ian' e , T f r eaghiiedj* t undho; S ree, S".' A,'it'saot the Utitgyoadqee;-?,: , ..- t?,,? .hig .y..? , , ,no+,:..:.. . - . r " °? 7. a- :'° i ir :: .-.lm-lil- uerra?- .. :.. +:..'+:" ... ++.:+.? .?£aim a,? .-.I:

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BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 December 1888

BOWLINU. Brighton v. Hlawthorn.-The annual match between these two clubs took place on Saturday, resulting in a win for Brigh ton by 58 points. Brighton.-No. 1 rink: Stuart, Grieve, Waterstrom. Wilson(capt) 37. No. 2 rink : Baines, Cowper. Burr ows, Ower (capt), 34. No. 3rink :?lattin. son, Wrigley, Bentley, Orford (captain), 28. No. 4 ink : Webater, e eson, Scott (capt), 33. Total, 132. IHaw thorn.-No. 1 rink : Lucas, Gillman, Will. lams, Cleverdon (capt), 17. No. 2 rink : Sprigg, Gordon, Mortley, Dowling (capt), 13. No. 3 rink : Savage, Crook, Ander son, Bartlett, (capt), 23. No. 4 rink : Seabrook, Carr, Walker, Munro (capt), 21. Total, 74.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 December 1888

;.GRACE BROB. (ALLAN GRACE (WILLIAM GRAoE. House, Land. Estate and General Commlission Agents . Auction Sales arranged. Loans negotiated. Fire and Life Insurances effected. Books audited and posted. Rents collected Estates managed. List of Properties for Sale. Brick Villa, 8 rooms, High srreet, 50 x 120. Corner Block, Ilighbury Grove and High street, best corner in street, 50 x 120. £30 per ft. Staudhope Estate, Horace St., land 60 x 120. Price, £5 per foot. MIalvern, Eva st, land 48 x 130. Price, £4 4s per foot. Elsternwick, corner block, 3 mlnutes frosm station, highest land in the district.140 x 137. Prices, Price, £8 10s per foot. Malvern, Stuart st, close to High st, five minutes from station, 104 x 68 to a 10ft right-of-way. Price, £8 10s per foot. Prahran, Chapel at, close to Commercial road, land 40 x 70. Price on appli cation. South Yarra, Chapel street, corner block with shop returning £4 4s per week, land 20 x 137 to a right-of-way. Price on application. South Yarra, Chap...

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