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Scraps. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 April 1888

Seraps. The French army has just last one of its most scientific officers through the death, at Montpelier, of bronchitis, of General 1 Perrier. Over £12 000 has been subscribed towards the cost of a new French hospital, to be erected on a site In Shaftesbury Avenue, London. It has been discovered that wool saturated with a 10 per cent. solution of glycerine can bear a prolonged beat of 275 degrees with out injury. During 1887, 8,447 arrest. were made in Edinburgh, or 1,240 fewer than during 1880. Of these 8,447, only twenty-four had received a good edocation. The perseverance in boring for coal in Kent has at length been rewarded by the discovery of beds of manganese, rather a more re. munerative article. Articles of iron or steel that have. been immersed in a solution of carbonate of potash will not rust for years, even when exposed to damn atmosphere. Prominent women of Paris are signing a petition for the suppression or restriction of impure literature, and a League of Public Mo...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE BROWN DWARF OF RUGEN. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 April 1888

THE BROWN DWARF OF BUGEN. BD JOHNa GRMrLaAF Wuirrira I?' r. N'IcuoLAs.' LThe hint of this ballad is found in Arndt's "*lrechen,'Berlin, 1810. My youno readers. while smiling at the absuard superatition, will do well to remember that bad companionship sac evil habits. d eires, and passions are mote to be dreaded now than the Elves and Trolls who frightened the children of past The pleasant isle of RUgen looks the Baltic water o'er, To the sllver*sanded beaches of the Pome ranean shabore; And in the town of Rambin a little boy and mald Planked the meadow flowers together and in the nes suar played. Alike were they In beauty, if not in tholr Hoa~ tle Amptman' flrst-born, tho millocr' hlild was she. Nowf of old the sleo of Itigon was fall of DVdarf and Trolls. !hbrown-faced little ~arthimen, the people wlkhout spul ; And for every man and woman in Rligcn's ,.. Island found, Walking in air and aunahino, a Troll was , anderground. It hi?ed the little maiden, one moralng.' S'rolled away Am...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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TOMATOES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 April 1888

TOMATOES. ToMAro BSAUE.-Take 91b. of tomatoes, sprinkle them with salt, and lot them remain for two days. Boil them until the skins separate from them easily. Then pulp th-m through a colander, leaving the skins behind. To the pulp add 4oz of shallots, chopped fine, one drachm of cayenne pepper, two of ground white pepper, two of grated nutmegs, half an ounce of mixed spioe, and half an ounce of ground ginger ; boll the whole well together for two hours; then add 6oz. of strong acetic acid, and three-quarters 4 of a plot of sherry. Cool, bottle, and cork very tightly. TOMATO SALAD.-Cut some small tomatoes Into slices. Take out the core and pipe. Place them In a salad bowl rubbed with a piece .of garlio, and dress them in the ordi nary way with oil and vinegar. Potatoes out in slices and a little chopped parsley can be mixed with them. TOMATOEs Gn.rMD.-Tomatoes should be grilled whole and not out open. Grill them over a clear fire, and mosltem them coca. slonally with a very little d...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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A VICE OF FASHIONABLE LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 April 1888

A VICE OF FASHIONABLE LADIES. In a new French medical work on "Venoms and Poiaons," by Emeritur Professor Constance, of the Paris school of naval medicine, some interesting statements are made about the extent to which oplum, morphia, and other' are used as stimulants by English ladies of high social position. For instance, he says :-" At the present day poisoning by ether has won over high society in England; and on the days of high life at Regent Park or at Hyde Park, the turf is sometimes scattered with little phials of ether thrown away from the carriages of the ladies who have emptied them." Another Interesting anecdote is the followine :-1" In one of the most ravishing sites of Brittany lived a woman whom the hazards of a romantic existence bad placed in a high place of fortune. Thanks to the adoration of a foreign prince-an adoration justified, by the way, by her extraordinary talents and charms-the power of gold was at her discretion, and all that It can give in the way of c...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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A LITTLE 160LB. HERCULES WITH A NERVE THAT NEVER FAILED. (NEW YORK WEEKLY SUN.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 April 1888

. LITTiE.: ;16OLB. : HEROULE' WITH ;A NERVE THAT NEVER Fi'AILED. (aaw yon~s VEKLY SUN.) Away. back in the sixties I was financially Interested in two or three Texas enterprises t with a man named George Stlone, Thatt was his right name, but in-many loclities in I Texas he was known only ano Nervy George. I I have seen a great many statements con ceeninug his adventures in print, but all more or lees exaggerated. Some of the adventuree which came about while we were in company I will now give to the Press for the first time. S oano was an Ohio "oy, and I made his acquaintance and chummed with him in the Andersonville prison pen. We went West together after the war, and at that time he was only twenty-eoven years old. He was 5ft. Tin. high, weighed 10l1b., and was the strongest man I ever saw outside of a pro.. feeeional wrestler or cannon-ball tosser. His flesh was so hard that he could crack a walnut on his leg.. On two or threeoccasions I knew him to break thes bnes in a mane hand ...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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Thou Art Not Near. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 April 1888

Thou Art Not Near. Br AN OLD-WORLD POET. Thoun art not near me; but I sae thine eyes Shine through the gloom like stars in winter skies, Pointing the way my longing steps would go, Io come to thee because I love thee so. Thoun art not near me; but I feel thine arm Soft folded round me, ehielding me from harm, Guiding we on, no In the days of old, When life was dark, and all the wayse were cold. Thou art not near me ; but I hear thee speak Sweet as a breath of June upon my cheek; And:as thou spoakeat, I forget my feare, And all the darkenes of the lonely years. O love, my love, whate'er my fate may be, Olose to tby aide, or nevermore with thee, Abeent or present, near or far apart, Thou heat my love, and filled~ all my heart.

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DIETETIC USES OF KEPLER MALT EXTRACT. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 April 1888

DIETETIC USES OF KEPLER MALT' EXTRACT. "Malt Extract is a delicious food." Th6. various ways in which it may be given?.are manifold : 1. As a sweetener and digestive of griBle;. It may be need also to sweeten lemonade, apple sauce, coffee, ten, ohoa~,late, eto., " 2. As a safe and nutritioue aojouct toother foods; it is especially suited for infants'atthe age when something is needed with theiz milk. 3. As a valuable diastatic agent in dyspeptic conditions, particularly those connected with imperfect digestion of starch. ' 4. Iniced rated water, as seltzer, it formsa a richly diastatio "sweet wort"-a moasb delicious beverage for those suffering 'frm. fever, gastric ulcrr, gastric catarrh, or the dyspeptic disorders of phthisis. In in, flammatory states it is a bland, nutritiodn drink. A little of it may also be given with plain or peptonised milk, as often as every forty minutes, in case of severe illness. 5. Children often eat malt extract as readily as sugar. Spread on their bread...

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A SEA CAPTAIN'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 April 1888

A SEA CAPTAMIN S 8 .Bx.; <. On those who follow the sea, Nature bar generally been kind enough to bestow a rugge constitution, capable of resisting all debilitat ing effects of the many varieties of climate they meat, the exposure and the terrific terms and hardships incident to their career. Bub those " who go down to the sea in ships" are only human, and if the elements are' uniable to make the hard mariner wince, Time, that oure harbinger of fate, will eventually find some weak point in his armour through which to thrust hie lance. Tales of their life iave been woven in song and story, fo'o'ale' yarns have fired the hearb of many a boy, and' even made the pulse of old man beat faster. There is, and always will be, a halo of romance surrounding the lives of those who' have kissed the sea-maiden, and have been Wedded to her bosom no lover is more true, and no knight ever ionght more sturdily than"the sailor in defence of his love. A enipm'ster's patience and skill ar oft...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 April 1888

Dor t Throw Away. Don't throw ap rour good old ornate, ealver., ten sad coffee services, spoon., fork., et;,; send them to'Jobn Danks aqd Bon', 4 lBoarketreetl weol, to be replated equal t new.A-(AD~ ) : . aveo You Got Water 7 Make the best use of it. Send to John Danke and Son's, and get a pump and pipes for domestio and farm supply. If yoen do not know exactly what you want, send them particulars, and they will advise you which is the beet for your purpose and quote you a price.--((Anv.) Women carpenters have appeared in London. "Darwin's Life" has reasohed a sale ol 96,000 in England. Janan antiolpates building 15 men-of war and 30 torpedo buates. Germany produces and exports more paper than any other country. Doturing the last sixteen yeare'25,000 eallors on British abips have been lost at sea. All cavalry officers of the Russian army have been ordered to learu,tolegruphy, The death of Mri. Langtry's father.. Mr. La Breton, Dean of Jersey, is aunnouoed. Lord Brassey advisee that...

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Inventive Genius in Streaks. (SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 April 1888

Inventive Genius in Stroaks. (SCIENTIFIO AMERICAN.) One of the leading authors of the present day has remarked that " genius comes in shoals." There is a depth of truth in the remark, says a contemporary, which must at once be patent to all who are familihar with the history of our country, as in no field of inquiry does the fact stand out so promi nently as in the great outbreakof inventive genius by which our country is distinguished. The Elizabethan age was characterised by a shoal of dramatists, next we have a shoal of essayists with the amiable Addison at their head, and down through the years until what Carlyle has called " the mechanical age" set in. The birthday of the manufacturing supremacy of England was undoubtedly the 5th of January, 1769, when James Watt announced his patent "for a method of lessening the consumption of steam and fuel in engines." This was the source and ones taining power of mechanical energy, whoes action quickly changed the face of the world. The in...

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THE STORY OF ONE OF HER VICTIMS. ("PALL MALL GAZETTE," MARCH 6.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 April 1888

THE STORY OF ONE OF IER VIOTI44S. (" PALL MALL GA=Z"Te MA"UOt' ,i.) The victime of Mrs Gordon Bailllo nraoby no memaon fta and far bctween, They aro con tinually turning up with stories of how they wvre viotimleed. A baker in Holborn in. formed an thies orning how be wan viotimimed, He flest hbecame acqunantei with the advon turea? about teo years ago, when abho wa panuing under the name of Mias Buoo. Sbo wee thou living in fine style, keeping three servants and a butler, at St. J.mea'ea terrace, SB. John's Wood. When .he first went to St. John's Wood she had ecarcels any furniture, bqt after habe bad ben there short sIme a wellknhogqwn on eylender In Oamdeo Town lent ber' aonsldesable sum, itti .'hi616i f urnittire"w; Duri?shabed. The he noney.lender took a bill of eate on the goods, aeid forble own piroteotiod he 'ep 4. broker 'alwa eo~iltbh premises. Miss ,Brace had at this time its her private seoretary a',Mr Stollar, and she had living with her, as lady's maid, a Mrs. Kte Millo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 April 1888

* Colleges. and Schools. "FiNus CORONAT OPus." .A1 S 'j CO ULX Ej, (" Blles ere,") ST. ANDREW SUREET, Near the Tewn Hall PRINCIPAL: MRSJ. ,HAINES,% I (Late of dlifto@HilH'Ladies' Colleg For several years teacher under the Board of Education, Assisted by MISS A. E. COX. English.Literature and a?hematiecs,? lT S. LGRENFEPI, 1 .";..Bf French end German, HERR OTTO MULLER. SDrawing and Painting, J. F. JONES, EsQ. Pianoforte, r 19q. HAMMOND, En; 19 ?IT ?sBURI~TiT, I.A.M., MRs. ORR, and Miss A. E. COX 'Calisthenic ,.- . MISSEs DICK diin~ ON." Resident Governess: MISS A, E. COX. TERMS (Payable in advance)- Diy:P irpils r) ] /I , [ Unglish'(as below), also Languages One and half to Four Guineas per Term Resident Pupils (under 12 years): 'English (as below), also Languages, Music, and Painting Twelve Guineas per Term ..e.. dent Pupils (over.12-years): - glish' (as, below);,also :Lahignag~, a?, Music, and Painting Fifteen Guineas per Term ENGLISH in its various branches com prises Reading, Wri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 April 1888

• ? :* -........ ... .. ai- lpectl Avertisem nts ..."... ,l PAE1LEOT AND WOODMASiNS li: 101 Chapel Street, 10 , lpA .. . PRAHRAN, .a I. TWO DOORS NORTH OF;COFFEE tPAEBNR;1 CHEAEESTTo~F,,: URNITURE -- WAREHOUSE . South, Yarra, Prahran, Windsor and St .Kilda. ',' ';,,ýý.i How to Furnish a 3-roomed Cottage for .18,13s.,.. forr.net:cash.:if , ;,, ra I D -ningroom,.- ., nolomai ea, with Squab and.. Mdrs . 76 . Cedar Chiffoniore Safe, Polished 1 6 0 Bix Cane Chairs ... . ... 1 4 0 Bound Table 0 12 6 ableCoioe t " " 0' 5 6 Fender and Irons ... ... 0... 12 6 Matting,to cover room .. '~ 0 10 6 Hen?rthi?' ... 0 6 6, Cornice Pole and Brackets 0 11r 6 Bedroom _ alh-l9s izeeadatad 1.... 1 10 0 Palliasses ... -' :; .*.?I .. ... u0 11 Full-sized Flock Mattrass . .... 18 0 Flock 1olste' "I. . ' it0 O Fwo Flok' Pill6ws.... -.-.. ...0 4 Q Wash Stand, with Towel Rai ..0 .9 6 Dra Table ! 108 Full-'site'Tolt'St t". 0 10 6 One Cane Chair.n. "."Ei;.^ .?{:.O.0,'4 d Toilet Glass0 . T,1 ll H .ltchei ? Table ...

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CRUMBS SWEPT UP. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 April 1888

, - ,CRUMB8:_IWEPT 'lP.lP'J I y,-,*;visi, ,tar.it a :C E lpp : orypi r tn-?ress otf,0prna.z?,pn Que#tcayf feat. Mo Austri y u propWeelnttbtitorro.wile strength of her arm on a f _ot t~fy, men. ,i A;nmotion btought fdrweirdenb,' . count 1 CO', tibrookbr t?1'tirifithoel hi'E i 's-6 f' he suffrage 'to women, l a .jected. " ']he sclectors cof theat Oolon 3 making very satisfactory progiteTs/ n paying tlih?b? a'll'oir?ont. " Tl.? scoild ov n fo tLe sw mi ch:.mlupiiº.siip strah was d n'de n 141-11-L r9 :1 n - nest di'},,, olpoit A..Ai' Kenny, f St. Kilda, asily.Tcovering 1,000 yar s riaff-iliiihf.COfd6.t111. '.i ,<i : 1:i "+1HOJ D tiq(211 s if n·, Rti'O GriA ov rl £ 990stsitýgetChell O ?1Q(?l . l ) wvitO-. drawnl of :foreignibrirlze coin fiom circhlttibWTbil thle'-Uitid gdom. • .?The new oeitrance .tUl the Y ITar rivor within the training wall, 'rflnch has been oeiLt~iLDed'by the Harbdr Trust in accordance with the reconi mer.datlti a hjnfiT Cooede, was opened for i1avigation o...

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MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, APRIL 17. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 April 1888

MALVERN'IHIRE COUNCIL. --- - UEsDAYy -APari?I-1? - Presend'? -.i r* Ol bT bi-(presidenr Edsall, e i'o ?ecer, Robinso The minutes--of last meeting were read aiid)'c'6iifdiife'dI iiht d the secr4-, tary ed o t Nrde esl o1n e appro fig Fr6oii'Y.the Poest and" Telgfigph dB "daatih6?li 'ireqtiestigi i to boe'~upplie with statistics gof the population w.it inocprfin,;tamnaunds to,, whom ;a.post idelivei'yYiwase at 1 present",denied, b ' hhWbiilld- be likoly :to 'b bjenefitd were an additiodnalp potbiain appointo .--1olboe omnplied with.,!, r~,, ,1 . u: From: P; 1, i?- Newey, asking th 'doutdil :to' place :~li i ilp inYaletta-st ~innd'alsd to" lay down wx p~ilt on th footpath in G!enflenrie road a" far iUnion;:street he: agreeingrt?croddntribL ute oinohalf the dcoot:' =To' be 'informL ed :thiit iailamtip iner tlio'lobdili~y woulI be ,takn, .into ; considaertion , intat the allocation of lamps,: and that the lfoto .path 'to Barkly street 'w-ouldd be h:splialthd on the' usual terms. '' ro. t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 April 1888

.. T?'A, u PRIL'28-. At three o'Clock. On the Ground. CAULFIELD JUNCTION ESTAT GRAND SUBDIVISIONAL SALE. 48 Magnificent: Allotments 48 The PICK of CAULFIELD. High elevation. Drainage Perfect. Splendid View. Title Certificate. rEIansund +ýnfLJIiP "'1ýýlS°.Poatitoh Anoutioneers, NEW ROOMS, ,a b oo liTs t t ir aI And 14 Chapel-st., Sonta Yarra. , , URa DA?, APRIL 26, h to, as n o et th o ro? 26 j At Twelve o'Clock. - ri')[Iiiiio IMniR z'; ::l1I niic)10l FRANKSTON -SHOPS, Are ,tnt -?,d rctIytdt? by- PUBLIC AUCTION, as above, j nl ggij a- rontagc of-6? fto day Ssbreet, a' tfrton, -1,' a-:depth' of `2Oft to right?of-way, on which are ererQe.I three brick shops, in the several ioccu pation of Messrs Muller and Brachvogl[ ,ci o rian` lisiýB1 nY. a iionthlYifnan?st . This fine trade property occupies a most venieac, r tati i) ..I...) ....T... S -DAY. 1ji ( {` j On the Ground. bnI'log .sn( E . .1;9 fi ( CENTRE `PARK, E P ni ,cI'Ne s iapd apenterstreets .New and Carpenter streets. , M9('i'IJ? ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 April 1888

YANDELL'S EXTRACT Of DAPHNE Meizer eon with Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla will 'nure affections of the Blood, Ecxema Pim ples, Ulcers, etc; J. G. Yandell, Consilt inug Herbalist, 832 Chapel street' Prahrani, Consultation Free.-(Advt.) - THE GREATEST BLESSING ., - A simple, pure and harmless remedy, that cures every time, and 'prevents disease by, keeping the blood pure, stomach regular, kidneys and liver active, is the greateit blessing ever conferred upon man. :Dr Soule's American Hop litters is" that remedy, and its proprietors are being blessedhby thousands ?Tho have b"eenu`ye4, and cured by it. Will you try: it? See another column. "Eagle." M1B None genuine without: a bunch' of Hops on the white label, -and' Dr. ' Soule's name blown in the bottle. BEWARE, of all the vile poisonous.' stuff made- to :.imitateo the above., SGIVEN UP BY THE DOCTORSB : ,i l' Isit possible that Mr Godfrey is up and at,, work. ,,and cured. ,by sosimple i, "I assro you that he is entirely oid.1 with noth...

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FRIDAY, APRIL 20. Before — Messrs Wilmott and Crook J's.P. INSULTING BEHAVIOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 April 1888

Before M4essi Wiltkott nd Crodk aviour?indi udrUnkenness, was fined Li and Thos. Keighton for insulting be haviour, aind making rise of bad langu' ae go asil welli as resisting the police, was iFfinel Ld; , .the. bench remarking ,that. the i.policei must be :protected ,in tile discharge oftheir duty, and the filthy and 'disgiisting language . made ;use; 6f niust ho put ii'stop to. .; ci a i' T 'i9 n a nIc ti'rUMWASHED Joh J,,Miillset a" rough- uncouth look ing man;;i wast hiarged by the police with lhying no ?vistble lawful means of 1Sergeart, Ryan1 stated :.,that accused was found under very suspicious.cir cumn?tances on theback ,ipremises of a' lady resiit.ni: InChurch street, Middle B torightn Great comuplaints had re ce itly Ibeen mnide of individuals fre quonting tlhe back. premises' of, persons houses aiid' :soliitng alms, especially whein the master .of the house was abseiit. The accused was in a most filthy state and , appeared.as if he had not had?i' a wash" for the . last ...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 April 1888

LOCAL ITEMS., -4--e Residents in thie town of Oakltleigh will shortly' have their stroots lit up with gas. lt'will be remembered that at tholast meet ing of the shire council an applicatiom was received from a cortain company who ox presaed a dosiro to cater for the supply of gas for the better illumination of the town. During tho pnat week a meeting of tho roeidents has been'lheld, at which the question was taken up in a very spirited manner and we trust soon to be in a position to chronicle the oestablishing and ,working of the plaY.t aid the varied other appliances poceasary . make and 'retioulato theitown with gas., TlWie newly Iereced Rereiahon hall at the rear of the Elsternwick Preabyterian Church was utilised for the first time since its completion, last Sunday after noon, when the Rev. Dr Marshall Lang delivered an address to the scholars at tending the Sunday school, there being a largo number present. accompanied by their tteachers, parents, and several members of the chu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 April 1888

Dra ers ail ocers., , Nena Elsternwick. ----0 ROBT. BYERS, Si Buineeah4 , h -b.v€ubu-rb;),1begi,-to -tho-favours~,confored upg.hinx 'during' the first Saix]'idntlda 'le has "b'einh' i infortho i t~laeaaortprined on ,Po I~:l soNuS p i s p ii D ry,. 4aoseryd , 3linery ,Gents'i Prices which are bound to ensure a Sdtde y5 n ilarance. All Goods marked in Plain Figures. B.,5avlin ade practict of " ~s~ekýer unTilU following "season, can confidentially state that his Prices Defy Competition..! I ?: i ' :': ' res?mkingi 'in "dill itns brancihes Fit ?s e-t [andStyle Giiaranteed. t'? " 6'G.DýERCL oToaIRG A0'SZECIabrrY FouR WYEEKSi SALE --COMMENCING xidwl irsni'ifiSAT A iDA t Y ttiit' Address- .,Itrr t ,:;e1", l l ROBERT BYERS, 'f Glen Huntly Road, Elsternwick. T riW qStT THRN WIG K u iROCER[Y STOR W-t"-,iiily ,Grocer. WooD;'cOA`& GENERAL . i. PRIODUCE ,, ALWjYS; .ON HAND.:,;'r .amies waited;.::on :n ,daily. GoodsSof Best Quaity at very Lt. jl3oderatii Prices. a, T.. COOKE, Ger?ealt J I...

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