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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 25 February 1888

Special Advertisemuients. i++ pAPERHANGINGS Of Every Description from 21d per piece, Ssuitable rr UFOR'`"5v~lýt q Kitchen, Bedroom, Hall, Dining or Draw ingroom. cNOTHING_) in the town of Brighton to surpass them AT- - - The price they are to be obtained from MACPHEIISON&LAWRIE Painters and Decorator, CHURCH - STREET, MIDDLE BRIGHTON>'"$ :i T A S The RK Most C T N Perfect 1Wal i L L Decoration of the N -19th Century. ARITIESTIC. SANITARY. - DURABLE. can be decorated to imitate Metal, Wood Terra-cotta or Majolica. Dado Decorations ;F)!yj' lid.:'VtogSl; . d.'.: per yard. Sanitary and other washable wall papers. Pi1vitt's Gold, Silver and Prismatic Bronzes. Windsor aid -vt 'sj ios Artists' Colors, .'Sable ,Cable aiidHog Hair Brushes. Opal Glass, Plain and Ornamental Glass, Tinned Paints and Painters Materials for Sale. MACPHERSON &JLAWRIE House DECORATOSB, Undertake' e'veri gDeabiitiodraf HOUSE S PAINTING and DECOIATING. All lwork ea euted' m !' first-class manner. T...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 25 February 1888

-.: r Drapers and Grocers. .YORKSHIRE HOUSE, Glen Huntly Road, l [- - Near the Railway 8tationi Elsternwick. -o- ROBT. BYERS, Inh thanking his numerous patrorieo6f Elsternwick, CaulSeld, Elwood, Bala clara, St. Kilda, Brighton, etc., etc., for the favours conferred upon him during the first Six lMonths he has been in Business in the above Suburb, begs to. inform thenm that he has determined on Sellhig the bilatice of his £tSUtLMER STOCK Ofa: Drapery, Hosiery, Millinery, 'Gents' Shirts, Hate, Ties, Gloves, etc, at Prices which are bound to ensure a Speedy Clearance. -0 . All Goods marked in PlainýFigures R H B., having made a practice of holding no stock over until following season, can coinfidentially state that his Prices Defy Competition. Dressmaking an all its branches -Fat and Style Guarante d. ýtx TU.DERCLOTnn e-2 r t - Foun ESi''-.'sSALE .ECot'CIv o SATURDAY. Address- S OBERT BYERS, Glen Huntly Road, Elsternwick EL STER ENWICK RAIdlI Al GROCER STORE. W. COLLINS, Family Grocer....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 25 February 1888

-Banks. Comdiercial Bank or Australia , (Limited) Authorised Capital ......... £3,000,000 Subscribed Capital ... ... .. 2,500,000 Paid Up . 1,00000ooo0ooo Reserve Fund ... 000,000 HEAD OFFICE-30 COLLINS ST W., MELUOURNE. Londion Office-Bishopsgate St: Within, corner of Leadenhall-street, E.C..; 1RI RI' oN > IRAN(iIH ` Coner c i* Bi C.ochrdiaue ;Streets. Ltaccest i11mdcý it I I\JlDEI0OSIT'ObIT 'wu~j h~i its trrreiniir a- ~iie cf tie. ii ink issued at loi est, Lae~i f echialnige. ` Bills Discouunted` d Advances Mlade. W. P 'Frlriand. Manager. ENGILISi. SCOTTISI SAND :AUSTRALIAN CHARTERED D A N K. (Incorporated by Royal Charter 1852) SPail up: Capital, with power to increase to £1,1500,000... .. £720,000 Hesenrve Liability of Shareholders £720,000 Reserve fund .. ...£220,000 Elsternwick Branch: GLEN ;IIUTNTLY ROAD, (Near hahlway Station.) Interest allowed' oi Fixed Deposits at Highcst Rates.) taftls issuedl on the Londoin office lraICihiC ie nd algenIts of the Baink at Current lRate...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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THE THROAT, ITS TRIALS AND TROUBLES. No. 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 25 February 1888

THE THROAT, ;II TRIIALS AND TROUBLES. 1 fý .ý No 3 BY A F3HILY DocTOR NEARLY all medical,men, in this country at least, are agreed' that the. terrible sufferings through fasting to which the would-be American martyr, Dr. Tanner, 'lately subjected himself have resulted in the elucidation of no.t ·ew scientific facts. Nerertlheless the great endurance of the man, and the i extent to which insulted nature bore the trial, must have caused many; thousands of people to ask themselves the question = "Do not most of us use more fo od and drink than are _necessary to maintain our bodiesin a state of health 7"' This question is'one that can only be answered in the affirmative, for, as a general rule, people will call into requisition their powers of deglutition far too often, during the twenty-fouir hours. There is no nation whose sons are mnore Ihealthy 'and hardy than one where ibstemiouisness is considered a virtu Outieidl is 3by many coni sidered fai from it dainty dish, yet the Set, uwho...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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YACHTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 25 February 1888

I YACHTING.: The:Brightoni Yacht Club held a'race last Saturday for a 'trophy presented" by, Mr J C. McBean. and 'asecoid priz of £22 g iven by the Club. There was a good wholesale breeze blowing at the start which :dropped off a little,-towards the finish 'The following boatawere entered. Heleiie,' Scratch, Jubilee, and Sisters, one miniute' Starlight 2 minutes. - Ailsa 3 minutes, Rose iand Aletha 10 minutes. TliRdose and' Heleie did not start, and theSiiters, just before the 'start having splither jib and broken her bow-sprit, this 'preventing her a'so from sailing in in the race, left the Starlight, Jubilee, Ailsa and Aletha to fight it out. The boats started off with a free sheet to the northerly buoy which was rounded in. the following order:-Ailsa, Starlight, Jubilee, and Aletha The Jubilee soon passed the Starlight, and then made chase after the Ailsa, and after coming up on the wind maintained a lead of about two lengths. The boatskept veryclose to gether, and the sight look...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, FEB. 24TH, Before Messrs Bent, Webster, Crook, and Egan, J's. P. INEBRIATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 25 February 1888

--BRIGHTON POLICE COURT.- - -0- FRIDAY, FE .24TH, Before Messrs Bent, Webster, Crook, and Eran, J'I. P. INEBRIATE. W. Durrant for being drunk and dis orderly was fined 5. WANDERINO CATTLE. About a dozen persons were charged by the police with allowing their cattle to stray on the streets of the town, and fines ranging from 2s Gd to os with costs were returned against them. NEGLIGENT DRIVING. Mr Hailly for driving without his name on his dray was fined a crown, and Jan. Cochrane, and T. McCloud for negligent driving half that amount. BREtACH OF BY-LAW. Messrs Grant and Baker, Butchers, Church Street, Middle Brighton, were proceeded against by Sergeant Ryan, for allowing filthy matter to flow from their premiees into the open drain. Mr. Stone, Town Surveyor, deposed that he visited Messrs Grant and Baker's pre mises on Wednesday, 15th inst. and saw a "dark-colored, evil-smelling mass of matter flowing out of their premises on to the public street. ". He had on several occasions heard ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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THE-ELSTERNWICK SEVERANCE MOVEMENT. ADDRESS BY THE MAYOR OF ST. KILDA [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 25 February 1888

;THE-ELSTERNWICK SEVERANCE - MOVEMENT. ADDRESS BY THE IAYOR OF ST. KILDA The Mayor of St. Kilds (Councillor G. 'Turner) has issued an address to the rratepayera of the borough who desire :severance and the formation of a new municipality at Elsternwick, in reply to the arguments which have been used by 'the severance party. The mayor men 'tions that he abstained from discussing 'the matter at the severance meeting at Elsternwick, preferring to give his views in printed form. He says: Although this is a matter which must -necesssrily be decided by the ratepayers, i1 think I would not be doing my duty towards you, not only as mayor of the borough, but as one of your representa 'tives in the council, were I to allow you to decide without placing before you the information requisite to enable you to .come to a just and proper conclusion on a subject of no much importance to your 'future welfare. Admitting, for the sake "of argument. that the figures supplied by 'the movers are fairly co...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, FEB. 21ST. Present:—Crs Clarke, (President), Benson. Edsall, Heywood, Martin, McKinley, Woodmason and Robinson. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 25 February 1888

--MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL-- - TUESI).Y, Ell. 21s.. Present :-Crs Clarke, (President), Benson. Edsall, Heywood, Martin, McKinley, Woodmasoin and Robin son. CORRESPONDENCE. From the manager of the E.S, and A.C. Bank, asking the council to lay down asphalt on the footpaths at the corner of Glenferrie and Malvern coads opposite their new bank build ing, the directors agreeing to pay their share,-Dealt with in Public Works Committee's report. From the secretary of the Railway Department acknowledging the re ceipt of a further communication anent the desirability of providing better accommodation as also increas ing the number of trains on the Oak leigh and Mordialloc lides of railway, and stating that this question would receive due consideration. Cr Benson said that he had noticed that 'since the agitation had been started the department had .placed two. or three better got up carriages I oin their line, but he failed to see why they took such troible' to provide clean carriages say for s...

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BRIGHTON TOWN COUNCIL. MONDAY, FEB. 20TH. Present:—Crs Bent (Mayor) Burrows, Egan, Huntly, Munro, O'Shea and Walstab. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 25 February 1888

- -BRIGHTON-TOWN 000NCIL- MONDAY, Fan. 20TH. Present:-Crs Bent (Mayor) Burrows, Egan,: Huntly, :1Xunro, . O'Shea ahd Walstab. . From C. F. Kirkham secretary of the Elsternwick Improvement 'Coni mitte directing the council's attention to the bad state of the drainage from the school reserve at Elsternwick at the junction of New street, and the Point Nepean road.-The surveyor stated that the drain had been cleaned out. From W, Harbison and H. Osborne objecting to contribute towards the the construction or formation of Mar ion street.-Received. From H. Carr, consenting to pay. one half the cost of formation"etc., in Marion street.-On the motion- of Cr Walstab it was decided that an order should be made for the work being carried out. SFrom J. G. Harston directing atten tion to the condition of the drain at the corner of Church and: Male streets. -Left to the Purili&WoirksCommittee to attend to. - i. From A. J. Smith, Ebden street Elsternwick asking the council to let lhiin-have...

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GENERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 25 February 1888

GENERAL ITEMS. I is repodrted that an alliance has been formed between Hollani d Bel giim and Germany.: Tiwo. accidents one of a very ser ous and :the- other of a fatalr nature, occurred at the Williamstown Lranges on Saturday afternioonI. Payne,., the ,discoverer. of Yilgarn goldfields, has founiid payable gold in three places in the:'Wongon Hills; 30 miles fr om New Nori'ciar. flie iEnglish football `team . organ ised to visit -Australia will sail for New Zealand in the steamer Kaikouro on the 8th March Terrible snowstorms have! takenr plice in variouis pairts of England, and werec chairacterisedby, exceptional severity in theiorth -west districts - Mtr Fred. Cowen, who has beenap pointed musical director of the Mel boirie Ceniteninial Exhibition," will leaive Englaiid son 21st May net.o - lThe Viatorian cricketers were en tertained at a picnie ic at Mount Lofty. by the South Australihin Cricketiný Associltion. After cuiferring with some Irish ecclesiastics rccently; the. Pope ex ...

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

NERVOUS. H1EN, young and old,' married or single, suffering from Nervous Debility, Premature Decay, Loss of Manhood, Vital Power, and all diseases of the Genito Urinary Organs, may obtain, free, a valuable treatise by~ai eminent Surgeon, containing full informa= tion regarding self-treatment,by applying by letter to Box 1081, G.P.O., Sydney.'

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THE LEADER. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1888. OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 3 March 1888

THE LEADER. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1888. OURSELVE8. WITH this issue we start ulion the second year of our existence . as a journal and flatter. ourselves that the promise we made when we first put in our pegs that it would be our aim to make the " Leader" a first class local organ, has . been. carried out, There are those, of coure who im agine that-a local journal is of no very grrat importance ro a district, and who are every ready to institute comparisons between a weekly suburban paper and the Metropolitran dailies. Nothing however is more certain than that a town, borough or district lack ing an efficient organ is likely to have its claims overlooked and ignored in a scandalous fashion by those in author ity. Our experience shows its that a discerning public are not slow to recog the cfaimns to the support of a journal, that finds its congenial and main work in seeking to promote the welfare, and advance the interests of its own par ticular district. In order to do ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 3 March 1888

2LOCAL, ITEMS. Hubscribers who havecbeen-,receiving the I ,Leader" by post from this office. are reos pectfully, requsted in?s cbosequoenceoof the rapidly' increasisiacisiereilatio toi makeoar rangements with local agents for its delivery as by that means, lessdelay aid greaterfacili ties for the speedy,, transit. of each.week's issue.wilh be effected. The list of newly appointed justices has at last been completed, with the excelptioi. of a few porsons, who have not yet returned answers to the inquiry :.whether they would. be willing to,act. Amongst the number }we notice the ,following names :-R. ;. lcenson, Malvera;II? Brown, Mordialloc; E. S. Ed-' sall, :Malvern; J. R: Dickson, Toorak; .W. T. Mlotfat, Brighton; and W. Woodmason, Malvern; all for theCentral Bailiwick. ` The attention of the'' Brightson torn` council, was 'at their liis 0ordinary'meeting, drawn~by Cr.;Burrows .to the state of many of.:the asphalt footpaths of the town. Since then nothing'comparatively speaking has ...

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BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY MARCH 2nd. Before Messrs. Wilson, Sprigg, Crooke and Moss. VAGRANCY, [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 3 March 1888

'BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY .MARCH 2nd. Before Messrs. Wilson, Sprigg, Crooke and! : Moss. VAGRANCY, Charles Anderson alias Edwin Aaron, was. charged by Sergeant Ryan, with soliciting alms in a public place, he having no lawful: visible means of support, The evidence adduced showed that accused although of" a superior education gave away to drink and. Persisted in solicitiug money??ivhich he afterwiards spenit in drink. Acciised who' begged hard to be let off this time saying he would join the Army, was sent to jail for two mcnths. Thos. Wyreall was charged by Constable. Patterson, with insulting behaviour in Day Street near the North Brighton station. on the 26;th, tilt. The arresting sonstable desposed that accused was in a beastly con- dition and asked him to lock him np. le" was intoxicated atthe time and very insult ing. Fined' 20s. or 3 days imprisonment.. DRINK AGAIN. Jos. Beadle aop'yed to have his wife Catherine Beadle bound over to keep the, peace. Complainant told a pi...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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GENERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 3 March 1888

.l;.GENERAL, ITEMS. The "Brighton Leader"'enteis upon the second year of its' issue this montl?. : ':' .At a prize fight in Albert Prrk:last Siinday i iani n'med'' Johnl Hyronis was killed i. The dis raceful proceed ings vere witnessed by upvards of two dozen persons. A Sumerous burglaries are reported as having occurred in Melbourne and sulburbs during the past week y . 'Tle'1' Bisop'' Creekl Gold Mmini tered with a capital of tl'Q 0, 0., ? ? T? osi inch luns for Victoria have cteen successfullyte'sted. They e arei tBo ie' shlipped , to Melbourne ~ n five weeks. Mr Janmes 'Christohnerene, Flynn. imeni her for the northern division ofCounty Corkl' h's been i -sentenced toa "three week's l:nim'piwsonmerit` for 'inciting'to a ,reach of the law.i:. The reduction of the postage, to European countries to the uniforin rate of id per 1ioz upon - all letters exy cept those senth via Torres' Straits 'ald San Francisco, as recommended by the receiit Postal Conference,' is now in effect iii th...

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OAKLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, MARCH 1ST. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 3 March 1888

OAKLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL THURSDAY, MARCH 1ST. 'Present:- Crs Thompson (piesident) Taylor .Wilkes, Marshall, Willis, Leonard, and \il-. son. CORRIESPONDENCE. F rom the shire of Boorandara stating that tlhey had accepted the tender of W. Daly for certain works at Gardiner's Creek, the Inmonnt being £2013 of which sum minus the Government subsidy, the balance was to be liaid conjointly by the Oakleigh Malvern and Boorandara shires.-Received. From FT. Chiel l'rahran asking the coun cil to give him permission to cut away a bank on the Fern Tree Gully road to give him greater access to her property, he agree ing to fill up certain chasms as also to pay all the cost of same.-Granted under the supervision of the Clerk of Works. From the Dandenong shire council asking the. Onakleigh shire council to go shares with them and the shire of Berwick, in certain works, at the intersection of Gladstone and North Boundary. roads, at a cost of £230. Agreed to. From the Post Office Department for warding...

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BRIGHTON VOLUNTEER FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 3 March 1888

BRIGHTON VOLUNTEER FIRE BRIGADE. The members of the Brighton Volun teer Fire Brigade held their annual con cert and ball last night in the Drill room, Brighton, under most distinguishhed pat ronage as well as the aupportand presence of the general public and a number of vias itors from other brigades. The Prahran Dramatic Club played the Grand Military Drama by Dion Bo.icicault,. entitled Jessie Brown, or the R lief of Lucknow, for the Benefit of the Brighton Fire Brigade. The following was the cast. of characters Gener .1 lavelock, Mr Warren.. Nana bahib, (Rajah of Bithoor,) Mr H. McFarlane ; Aohmet, (his Vakeel,) Mr G. Strain; Hackeen and Mahook, (Sepoy. Traitors,) Mr Payne and Mr Sherwood: Randal Macgregor and Geordie Macgregor, (78th Highlanders,) Mr Geo. Orr, and Mr C. W. Meade; Rev. David Blount, (Chaplain of 78th Highlanders,) Mr J. McCloy; Sweenie and Cassidy, 32nd Regiments,) Mr H. Keys and Mr T.' McDonald ; Jessie Brown, Miss Gerald; Mrs Campbell, (Widow of an Officer,) Mi...

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ABSTRACT OF AUCTION SALES. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 3 March 1888

ABSTRACT OF AUCTION SALES.. THIS DAY. Messrs. E. J. Dixon & Son, at Dandenong Road, a grand mansion, etc., also 28 Villa sites, facing Wattle-tree and other roads. ' Mr: E King, at Caulfield, blocks of first class land, known as Kambrook Park. Mr. F. L. Flint, at Armadale, 18 building' sites, formerly Union Street Reserve. ;!. NEXT TUESDAY, Messrs. Mnnro and Baillien. at Armadale and Malvern. blocks of land havin, first class sitnations.

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THE MALVERN, CAULFIELD, AND OAKLEIGH, TRAIN SERVICE. CONFERENCE OF MUNICIPAL BODIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 3 March 1888

S'THE MALVERN, CAULFIELD, AND OAKLEIGH, TRAIN SERVICE. COIIFERtENCE OF ?IUNSCIPAL BIODIES. S A conferenceof the municipalt representa tives of Prahran, Malvern. Caulfield, Sand Oakleigh was held at the Malvern Shire-hall on Tuesday, to take steps to ob tain a more adequate train service for the eastern suburbs, and better and cleaner carriages than are now run upon those 3 lines. l'he chair was taken by Councillor t Clark, president or the Malvern Shire and there were present Councillors Arkle, G. W. Taylor, and Forbes (city of Prahran), Councillors R. G. Benson and M'Kinley (shire of Malvern(, Councillors Holland (president), Looker, and Selby (shire of Caulfield). and Councillors Thompson (president) and Taylor (Oakleigh). Cr. Clark, (Chairman), in opening the conference, pointed out that the Railway department had always pursued a course of procrastination and apathy in reference to the train service of the eastern suburbs, which were treated worse in this respect than any other ...

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

Colleges and Schools. "FINIs CORONAT OPuS." BRIGHTON LADIES' COLLEGE (" Ellesmere.") ST. ANDREW STREET, t Near the Tewn Hall PRICIPAL: MRS. J. HAINES, (Late of Clifton Hill Ladies' College),. the Board of Edlucation,. for sevra yýe;aris lteacher Zne 6MISS A. E. COX. English Literature and Mathematics,. S.. GRENFELL, B.A., L.L.B. French and German, HERR OTTO MULLER. Drawing and Painting, J. F. JONES, EsQ. Pianoforte, T.:J. HAMMONrD, EsQ., r Miss BURKITT, R.A.M., Mas. ORR, and Miss A. E. COX Calisthenics, MISSES DICK and MOON. " c* '?'. ,'ltesident Governess:"a " s ? :TEIIMS (Payable in advance)- Day Pupils: English'(as below), also Languages .. One and half to Four Guineas per Term Resident Pupils (under 12 years): English (as below), also Languages, IMusic, and Painting Twelve Guineas per Term Resident Pupils (over 12 years): English (as below). also Languages, Music, and Painting Fifteen Guineas per Term ENGLISH in its various branches com prises Reading, Writing, Arithmetic (Ad va...

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