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THE LEADER. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, MAY 12, 1888. THE MALVERN FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 12 May 1888

THE LEADER. ImlIC TO A11. SA TURDAY, MAY 12; 1888. THE MALVERN FIRE BRIGADE. AT the last ordiiary meeting. of the Malvern Shire Council Cr. Robinson brought forward the very unsatisfac tory state in which the localvolunteer fire brigade were placed. He stated that- they required a place for their hose reels and other appliances; they were at present located in a timber yard, one of the worst places he could conceive of. He considered in the in. terests of the ratepayers that some thing should be done; the firemen were ready at any hour of the day or night to protect the residents from the ravages of fire; and he argued that they had every right to. consideration at the hands of the council. In this opinion we opine that every reason able ratepayer and resident of the shire will concur. We have on a pre vious occasion, spioken ..out :pretty freely on behalf of our local fire fight ers, and we again reiterate our state ments, which were that, in ouropinion, seems strange that no volun...

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 — 12 May 1888

Drapers and Grocers. YORKSHIRE HOUSE, ,Glefi Huntly. Road,; -- cai theo RIilway Sttiton- Elsternwick. -0 .ROBT. BYERS, In thanking his numerous patrons of Elaterniwick, Caulfield, Elwood, Balah clara, 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 ---.--inform them that he has determined on Selling the balance of his SUIMMEIR STOCK Drapdry,'-, Hosiery, Millinery, Gent.' Shirts, Hats, Ties, Gloves, etc., at Prices which are bound to ensure, a Speedy Clearance. A'? ll Goods -marked in Plain Figures. ,1 j T I H.-',: B., having made: a practice of , holding; no stock over until following ,,.,: .eason, ca confidentially 'state that his Prices Defy Competition. , Dresamiiking in all its branches.-Fit Si- and :Style Guaranteed;r UviDE: CLOTIinO A S ,EC.ALI - o--- ; Foun "TEeKs', SALE- COSM3E CIaO ..- SATRi? AY. .^" " :' Address-- ].. " j 'Ir :• :ROBERT BYERS. Glen 'Huntly .Road, Elstornw...

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 — 12 May 1888

- \-\ Banks. '- :. Commercial Bank o-\ Australia (imited) ,>. SAutorised Capital . ... " 3,000,000 SAl6ribcd Capital ....-000 SPaiUp ......:-.-. oo,0o IlM OwCE'30o COLLINS ST. W., . .iM1ELBOURNE;- *;>., ^ : Londo*6ffircc-tiopstgnt St. iltlu, Scorner of Lc'denicnll-strot, E.. 31BRTGITON' BR-NCH Corner of, Bay o& C??crane Streets. ereiscast alwct onn.IXED. DErOSITS e. n ratoes of cxchaligc. Bills Discounted and Adtanccs MLdM. . S ;.Manager. - pecinal Advcrfisemnnts. i liOUSE·-' PAINTERE- ANID DECORALUER, i 17 COMMERCIAL PAD,0 , Pr.tliran, ."EAr TIlE 3'A?RKET, 0' ON SALE,, LOWESTR BIGES: TRA.DE SuTPPLED. 0 'Paperhainginigs, Leads, Oils, Colors 'to i'iVariiisheos Glass 'id:i.Sizos, AIL COLORS. C.9,1stic Soda, Shellic, DBrusliwarTe, * S1nirits , &C.* ." ,;J ,T Glazilig for the Trade. S :Productle -lcrch.-itts. Brightoln Pr.duce Store and _ __:W'ood and Coal dDepotL_ t ., BRADLEY-AN D SONsj ' late i3 L "Mneartney, :r(Opposite the Biaptist-Chirch), linAS in STOCK and ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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FOOD AND MEDICINE FOR CHILDREN. No 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 12 May 1888

FOODIANOD MEDIlCINEFOR CHILDREN. No 11. SoBY A FAILy D1oCron. VWhien a child begins to show that wo?derfutl well morsel of ivory called. a ?ront tooth it must be looked upon as `a gentle reminder that he would like--he would not object to-some thing with a little mole stay in it than milk alone. Well, there is pap to begin with, and all sorts of ways of preparing it; if it be made from bread, the bread should be somewhat stale without being sour; you can not be sure that there is no alum in it or other deleterious substance so it ought in all cases to he soaked for an hour or two in cold water, poured off and the best of new milk added with a little sugar the whole should be beaten with a fork and beaten well to make sure that no lumps are left in it. Of this you may give two meals a day, and some chil dren will wiint -three, still I greatly object to overfeeding infants and I would much rather give a child less than he would take, remembering that it is not what he eats hut whvlit ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 12 May 1888

...... W. R LOOKER&SONS, S' CoUins-st. East' S (Nextto Victoria Coffee Palace) + Branch Office at Oalkleighs. .i-t?.i .t . -- -. . 0:.C" Trust moneys to lend in large or small a':', ?:Yumn without delay at lowest current rates. s '.:? -Valuations promptly made. Si:: Auction sales of property, stock,. and ;-,zt- -furniture. o:i: Rents, interests, and dividends 4tr rf collected. ..-: Having been appointed the Eastern " r.-Branch Agency of the Guardian 'Fire .',- Almurance Company of London, we can ee$ -feffect Insurances at the lowest current i :7.,,- *We have some 1600 properties on our :5OVO 'books, among which are the following. - - r ': Farms. MiULGaAv-23i miles from Oakleigh, '` 12 acres, part orchard in full bearing, zrf nice easterly alope, all cleared, per - m anent creek through corner of *ý .property. Price,L360. Terms easy., h, , ;road and another road, 120 acres box ?' timber, good grazing land, 5 miles from : ;.station. £5 per acre. t'd, .lFuir?z' Tare GuLLY-Front...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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FRAGMENTS OF FUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 12 May 1888

FRAGMENTS OF FUN. HE: 'And will yoU misse me when I'm t gone' She: ' With pleasure?' i B.AcHrnLO-a wild goose that tame geese envy. Toe wages of sin is death, and we never hear of anybody etriking for anu increase. No man likes to enter a yard when he must dodge to avoid clothes poles : but the line muat be drawn somewhere. T"? obscure Arab who invented alcoholio stimulants died more than 900 years ago, but his ' spirit' still lives. IT is said the health of Jake Sharps is im. proving since hehesbeen bailedout. This is I natural enough. He drank too much milk and water. Morrmna (to widow): I hope the dear de. I parted was prepared to die. Widow: Oh, yes; he was inared in threegood ompanies GhRL.rS Arithmetic.-Laura: So you pre really engaged to him, dear. He is forty, you .ay, and you are tweinty-just twice as old as you, love. Dear me, when you are forty he s will be eighty. Clara: Good graious; I hadn't thought of that. c A Box of shoe-blacking will go further t than 100dot diamon...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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CLERICAL REMINISCENCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 12 May 1888

CLERICAL REMINIBCENCs S.' The "Corahill Magazine" for March has a racy paper on "Clerical Rslatmoanses, from which the following is ext~aetad.(th writer had been advertiiag for a curte): On one occasion the good qualities of the first gentleman I interviewed were tem. pered by an exoeedlngly obtrnses veork Ieg whioh he didn't manage well. While I listened In my study to the approach of the second who had been asked to favour me with a call, a heavy stomping in the passage made me say, "Surely there cannot be another such a one ?" But there was. So in the letter of Invitation to the third on my Ilt, L exprmseeda hope (with manyapologlee) that he was not "lame." The reply which came was very satisfactory, till I reached the postscript. There my correspondent wrote, " You ask if Iam lame. It is unfortunately too true that I have lately lost my right leg, butI am assured that an artificialsubetitute. " The most pathetic application ever had was from a sort of Dominlu Sampson, who had be...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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THE BRIGHTON ESPLANADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 12 May 1888

THE;IRIHTON ESPLANADE,. A meeting called in. response to a requisition to the president of the shire of :Moorabbin and mayor of Brighton was held -in, the terminus" Pavilliodi, Brighton Belch, oai Wedbes day evening, to take inio considera tion the manny disadvantages under which BHighton?Beach; lablours, with a view of devising means for remedying them. Mr. BEnt; M.L A., (president of *the shire and mayor of the borough)', occupied the chair. - Mr. H. W. Mills proposed the firat resolution as follows: " In the opinion of itlis meeting it is imperatively necessary that in. the interesta of the travelling..publio- a. new railway station, provided witfi proper and sifficient shelter icconmo dation;,-be at once erectedýat Briglitori lesach." Mr. M'Clure seconded the resolution which wa,.carried unanimously. Mr. David Abbott. proposed the sqe cond resolution as follows : "Having inview .the fact that the esplanade at Brighton Beach is beiig rapidly iwashed anay, and the promen5. ade bei...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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ELSTERNWICK DEPUTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 12 May 1888

ELSTRNNW10KDEPUTATION. "A depiutation introduced by the h6 .1..ell Eyr;e,' M.L.., and con= lsting, of Messrs Ro4ran,. Duigan. Reid, Kirkham, Masters, Ure.- and others representing the Elsternwick Severance Committee waited upon the hlon. the Attorney General yesterday. Th.ey were accompanied by Mr Dobson, J. Dougharty and other notables: Mr Bell in introducing the deputa #tiofists. tited that their object in ap froaohin'i thiehhn the Attorney-Gene ral was to. lay before him facts figures Ac.,,,in connection with a desire e-pinating from.a, duly- coveried meet ,ing.of. the residents, .of Elsternwick held on the -19thoi February, at which at which meeting they arrived at the conclusion to create a -separate .muui -ipalit' within certainlhoinTde.. M[r'iReid said that as. the Attorney General had just been informed ba in'eetifig of the. residents bof Elstei n wick haq iy a very large nmajority. de ided that' it was desirable to form Elaternwick 'into: I separateo- munici pality" within ...

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DELINEATIONS OF CHARACTERS. No. 4. THE HON. JOHN KEYS, ESQ., M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 12 May 1888

.DEUHEATISS OF: INSHARCTEIS, No. 4. "TiBHow. Jonm itEsY,'EsQiI,'M.LA. Most persons look for something out of. the common from those who occupy responsible positions in life, and it would seem that one has only to attsin to a high office' ind his fortune is at once made. The love of display in mania very great and we frequently see' men never so pleased as when they' are applauded beyond the heights of their. own ambition. It is possible even to make them believe they are suited to a task: of the greatest responsibility, and that their capabilities cannot he sur- . passed. Such persons are their-own admirers and probably.not so good a judge-:of themselves -as?strangers pre. Others again are really'earnest for the good of their fellow men, and take a bold stand to labour.for their interests in various ways and are- never so pleased as when they are doing good to other than themselves. Such traits are natural:and the same is true of the advocations in. which men and women have to .labo...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 12 May 1888

AGRIOULTIUAL NOTES. The drought in Tasmania is still being severely felt. A nice fall of rain took place I a week or two ago, but the ground was so wary dry that all traces of the moisture have se. disappeared. Feed is very soaree, and hould Ibm winter be a severe one, heavy lomese in stock most follow. Stock of all dd?sriptions are low in price, and land owners hesitate before buying, the prospects b.ng so gloomy, Ploughing is being pushed n as well as can be expected, bus the hardness of the ground prevent much head. way being 'made. It i Lstated that such a prolonged drought has not been experlenoed in Tasmania mins 1838. On Tuesday, the let May, the Govern. mont of New South Wales disoontinued the mbsidies offered for the destruction of abbitse n that colony. All offner who have been discharging the duties of rabbit in speotors received a month's- ntioe that their ervioes would no longer be required, and a rabbit exterminating operations, so far as Government partles are conoern...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DESPERATE ENCOUNTER IN THE WEST INDIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 12 May 1888

DESER&KTE ENOOUNTER :N THE WEdE INDIES. Few of us liing under the sunshine of civaliattoo, and e-Ioying the bloioge of tt, sociAl and otien'iio advanoemente of the present ge, oea bling ourselves to relies the nardhbip, tr t le, difficalt., and dangers of cho e wo seek see fortunsm ia new and (foaen * lutile., Tno wonde-oat and startling experienoe in the Base and Weit ludiel, a related by Mr. K Wilsoo Jones. of B.rker's-road, Kew, a p ominent oitia2, aoo a gentlemtn whose b neesse and oosal estnding placre his weracityr eyood refutatioa, Oertanly verify the as?rtson that " 11rth is *irtl er than octioa.' Then are probably many readers of this prper who have had hei.-breadth escapea, ntd e-en bten called upon to look de.ib -tern:y in the face, bust ac mvrativ.l few , o.esi the presenae of ouindezh bhied by Mr. Jol0e.; -s she same time, io hie modesly, he -brows hbim-lf ato the background, and -nIftavoura to imprea apoa os the Value and imporcsuoe of a careful coaioe of coopa...

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SONGS THAT HELP. (DETROIT FREE PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 12 May 1888

SONGS THAT HELP. (DrETorr P?BE RzRss.) BY Ms hi. M ]. RLIa sIN Is that your gir etinging?' inquired a lady who was making calls of a friend she was at that moment visiting. "Yes; and it's a great trial tome to hear her singing about the house in that way." " Did you ever speak to her about it?' " No; but I intend to do so. Hear that. Isn't it enough to give one the blues?' The girl was singing ti a sweet, clear voice a verse of a quaint old hymn. Both ladies listened as each word was distinctly and musically enuniated: I sw st wywor travslaU In tkttsrd garment dld. A der thLegll gn w o th.e meastia~ " It aeemed that hae w d. h lo bck was laden heavy. His streesth weu a maet geone. Yet he shouted ae he Jouneyred "Delivsteanc mell ce; h hen calms of vlotoey, orow of glry, Palms onf viotor I stall wear. After the chorus the voice ceased singing, "Isn't that dismalr" inquired the lady of the house. "No, I don't think so," answered the caller. "It seems to me helpful and comforting. I wi...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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A CHAT WITH AN EMINENT CARICATURIST. (BIRMINGHAM DAILY MAIL.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 12 May 1888

A OHAT WITH AN EMIiNENT CARIOATURIST. (arammao arur? D a r' ) I UIRTMOhesUAl DAILY MAIL) sAatout, cheery-ftoed gentleman, rather under medium height, with a short anburn moustache and beard, short hair, and com fortable tweed sunit, answers the inter. viewer's inquiry for Mr Furniss at the Masonic-hall. He is there, taking a rapid look around to see that all is right with his " artistic joke," and "Politics and Society," which arenow on exhibition. If you were expecting to find a tall, slender, deep.eyed, sentimental gentleman, with a far-away dreamy look, and a lackadaiselal artistic limpness, the brisk activity of the original will instantly dispel the ideal. Harry Furnisa-the decorous prefix seemed to be dropped by mutual consent amongst all who speak of him-is essentially a auick wittes man of the world, with all his faculties keenly alive, and constantly in operation. He looks straight into one's face with a pair of penetrating and halt laughing eyes that make the individual wh...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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THE LADIES' COLUMN. ABOUT SUCCESS [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 12 May 1888

THE LADIES' COLUMN. (Br Viv , ABOUT 8OOB8 Charlz? Lamb divides mankind into -two tribes, those .who borrow and those who lend ; Byron divides men into the bores and bored; but a more general division of the human race, among the majority of persons, is that of the sue cesstal and the unsuccessful. To define a sucnecessful person is more difficult than at first sight appears, as it is a question whether a successful man is one who attains his goal in the world's estimate, or in his own. '-Men and women have a strange faculty for craving for some denied gift, which they consider indie peneable to their complete success in life. S eorge Eliot, while at the height of her fame as a' novelist, imagined that she deserved a poet's laurels, and Byron avowed that as a soldier, and not as a poet, he would have fulfilled his vocation. All humanity, as if by one common Instinct, so pants for suncees. that one might think to succeed In life must ensure perfect happiness. The successful can tell a...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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A DREAM PHANTASY. I.—THE THEORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 12 May 1888

A DREAM PHANTASY. BI O. 8. AnDAs, HU r *a 'Eroca.' I.--Tsi" Tronr. There is nodoubt that John Gorham often felt bored when I tried to draw him into di-. couoiene that he was pleased to term ' purely speculative ;' in fact, be often gave very plain and blunt expression to his annoyance. He was a physician, and prided himself on being V practical.' This quality, no doubt, has its user, bus it need not necessarily include en utter lack of sympathy with everything that cannot be absolutely demonstrated. How. ever, I have no intention of railing at John's peculiarities, for he was an excellent fellow. We occupied a suite of rooms together in a desirable part of the city, and to the poet of the unter door was a sign readipg 'John Gorbam, Physician and Surgeon.' Neither of us was married. One evening I pinned him down to a dis cuseinonon the subject of dreams. 1 had lately been reading some interesting articles on those mysterious activities of the mind which come into play only when the o...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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THE OUTLAWS OF TUNSTALL FOREST: A ROMANCE OF THE OLD WORLD. PROLOGUE.—JOHN AMEND-ALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 12 May 1888

'THE OUTLAWS OF TUN - STALL FOREST:° -A ROMANCE OF THE OLD WORLD. BE ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON, Author of "Zreasure Island," Sc. P?noLOeu.--Jose AMEcD.ALr, 'On a certain afternoon, in the late spring time, the bell upon Tunstall Moat House was beard ringing at an unacostomed hour. Far and near, in the forest and in tee felse along the river, people began to desert their laboure Scad hury towards the sound ; and in Tunstall samlet a group of poor country folk stood wondering a tbe summons. T?nstall hamlet at that period, in the rei(n of old King Henry VI, wore oanch the same appearansce as it wears today. A score or to of homer, heavily framed with oak, stood scattered in a long green valley cending from the river. At the floot. the road crosaed a bridge, and mounting on the other side, disappeared into the fringes of the forest on its way to the 'Moat House, and further forth to Holywood Abbey,. Half-way up the village, thehurch stood among yews. On every side the slopes were crowned d...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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DEAD MAN'S ROCK. THE FINDING OF THE GREAT RUBY. A ROMANCE BY Q. BOOK II. CHAPTER XI. AND LAST (CONCLUDED.) TELLS HOW AT LAST I FOUND MY REVENGE AND THE GREAT RUBY. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 12 May 1888

DEADL MAN'S ROCK. THE FINDING OF THE GREAT RUBY. A RoMaiaf o in Q. BOOK IL iHAPTER XL AND LAST (CONCLUDED.) TELLS HOW AT LAST I FOUND MT BREVNGE AND THE OBEAT BUBY. Before I reached Padlington I mat the I cab returning empty, and on gaining the 4 station at first saw nothing of my man. Though as yet it was early, the platform was already crowded with holiday-makers; a few country dames laden with countless bundlee, I careworn workers reparing to spend I Christmuas with friends or parents in their villate home, a sprinkling of schoolboyse chafing at the slowness of the clock. After a minute or so, I spied Simon Colliver moving ! 1 among this happy and innocent crowd like an I i evil spirit. 1 flung myself down upon a bench, and under pretence of sleeping, I quietly observed him. Once or twice, a he Ii passed to and fro before me, he almost I brushed my knee, so close weas he-so clog hat I had to clutch the bench tightly for fear I should leap up and throttle him. He did I not notice ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 12 May 1888

LOCAL ITEMS. A public meeting. convened by Cr. Comport, was held last Monday evening in the Mechanics' institute, Cheltenham, for the pnrpose of electing two delegates to represent Cheltenham at the forthcom ing railway conference relative to the line from Sandringham to Dandenong. Mr. Dwight was unannmously voted to the chair, and on the motion of Cr. H. Com. port, seconded by Mr. Wedd, Messrs Irvine, and;Wm. McKnight were elected delegates. T'he public are notified by an advertise ment elsewhere that the registered office of the Mentone, Cheltenham, and Mordi alloc Gas Company, Limited, is situated at Brindis street, Mentone, in the County of "lourke. SA request was on Wednesday sade to the Poatmamstr-Genersl by residents of Hawksburn for telegraphic and postal facilities to the suburb. Mr. Derham promised to obtain an inspector's report o,'the requirements of the neighbourhood, and if this report stated that nothing further could be done he would himself visit the locality and dc...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 19 May 1888

S Supplement to the Leader Saturday, May 19. SINEAR UNION ST. To the Ladzes of rrahran and surrounding Oistriz6s. M1LtDAX, . aving now completed another successful annual Stocktaking, we beg to take this opportunity of thanking our numerous customers for their past support, and trust by '.strict attention to ill orders given to still merit Syour favors in the future. We ,a,`ould 'like to draw attention to, our well assorted stock of WOULDINGS, In all the Newest patterns, Re-Gilding, Re-Silvering, Mount Cutting, AND . Picture Framing Of all. description executed on the shortest notice, and at less than Melbourne Prices, combined with good workmanslhip. A 'SPECIALTY, in all the latest styles. MOULDINGS FROM 9d. per 9 foot lengths: ALL ORDERS BY POST WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. CASH OR EASY TERMS. The Trade Supplied. -: N.B.-Please Note the Above Address. - We are, Madam, yours respectfully, SHIELDS & STANESBY.

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