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CHICAGO'S MOUTH FOR PIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 10 December 1887

CHICACO'S MOUTH FOR PIE. S"According to the statistical fiend Chicago eats 300,000 pies a day, which, placed edge to ,edge, would make forty miles of pie. 'Three m.'en and eight Iirls can make 3.000 pies a day. The ovens ar, k-pt rur.niit. day and :.nilght. There are ninieteen sta.l lar I kinds of -:pie, but '"apple t.ak-! r tie c.ik-. It leads ,everythiui!n e;se in winter.iawniiii smnimer I'sells steiidilr. thouhllil coursetui'.t largely Sfter herrriie. ,ine ii. It; i lii.-kyr for the n;-man!ifiituroer t.hatit is s,. a.,Il:eir profits '.'are, larer oi, sp'ple pies toa ii;.any other*i ":'"that th:v :moke. Insiiintcr iiices'tonda ,,-nextp ti pplej..- Aneri- "i'iis it ,iii're'ie than' -foreigners, but the meni frsn .irei EiliandI : lketli e lead in eatinig.i; : i Pie Gad milk is thdei f rouriie lunch. .A" Cliicagoan was heard say the other day : " Aw believe pie is good brain food. .Mr. Emerson was :quite fond of it, you know.' Pies can .be made for about seven cents apiece in'quantit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 10 December 1887

S uColleges ant School "FINIs CoRoAT OPUS BRIGHTON LADIES' COLLEGE ii-: (" EllesImere,") ST ANDREW STREET, S Near the Town Hall PRIfCWAL: IRSiJ..HAINES, :- (Latc of Clifton Rill Ladies' College), For several years teadcer uilnder te Board of Eduention. Assisted by MISS A. E. COX... ' 'Englhsh Literature and Mathematics, S. GRENFEL B.A. L.L.B. French and German , HERR OTTO IJLTLER. :;- Dras: in ?ngand ainting, • a J::F " JONES. EsQ. - =", ~" (=. Pianoforte, T. J. HAM MOND,Eso.,'' SMIssBURKITT, R.A.M., SM ORR, and : Enlish(as w iss A E s COX ' Mi 'M K?s iDIC and O .N l Resident Gover nes: bMISS A, E. CO. TERMlS (Payable in advance) Day Piupils: English (as below), also Languages .. One and half to Four Guinens per Term Resie ,n-t Pupils (nrder 12 years): English (as below), also Languages, Music, and Painting Twelve Guineas per Term Resident Pupils (over 12 years): English (as below)., also Languages, Music, and Tainting Fifttcn CGnineas per Term ENGLISHII in its various branches corm...

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UNITED FRIENDLY SOCIETIES GALA. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 10 December 1887

UNITED 'FRIENDLY SOCIETIES SGALA..: The fifth annnal:Gala andDemonstration, of the Brighton .United Friendly. Societies, took 'place Inst- Thursday, in the Drillroom and ,"rounds, under niost favorable auspices as regards the condition of the :elements, theybeingfavoredwith realQoeien'sweather. It will be in the reminebranceof our read ers that when the pieliminary meetings, of the representatives of the varius.. Friendly Societies, was being held to make'arrange ments for the gala .or fete, the temperance societies fell out on :account of its being decided to sanction the':sale of spirituous and intoxicating liquors on the ground, and even a canal observer. last Thursday must admit that this was about the only thing that tended to mar the enjoyment of the day. There were severalattempts "Contra bones mores," and itwasonlytherestraining influences- of- the guardians of the neace present that prevented this, and kept a very large number of the visitors within reason able bounds. As f...

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Odds and Ends. Quits. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 10 December 1887

e lin'sn-butck'ailaub lfor its lau,;: Onr snuilc as a ftouch of lerision W\e' value atiherils tl tcch 'tff.:::.' .e 'dmitits thin of xtcrnals,, :, .i:` ¶LTh tcarries its heart on its sleeve, ': '" We ackuowledge to husks, not kernels, We assent but never believe. ' , le dance when the.revel 's maddest;,- . We join in the wild mIsguer?de, Vith ambition to oiutstrip the gladdest, I p r a in the pomp 'indl prilde of pirie nd hottedrs must come to us all,; . bhe world; will hbivre onefriend in keeping"i, When we turn with face to the waii:l The world' will give one of its number Intwhiose tsaroms we cantlean tied;w p TilFt outr tiroubles and we c'c srsinib=?, And m'cy finlly fall asleep . 1 The world " iL concede, in our trouble,"; :. "f Is hollow-'- surface-i stone":,' - :'' B:ut in;io'ld reliefc from its marble?" '::' Our friends tender inage is hcwn Wheni our te?rs are dried nd ardancer I We return to the masquerade,. A laugh fori lai igh will make answier 1With a jest for parts that...

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Making Common Soap. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 10 December 1887

Making Common Soap. Maniufacttirers doing a large business have kettles holding several thousand pouids.: Thl ingredients of ordinary. family. soap are, primarily, grease or tallow, rosin, soda ash, and salt. They are: boiled for a 'couple of days, and then allowed' to ?ool for about three days. The soap is-then pumped from near the bottom of the kettle --this 'is because the soap in the bottom cools more quickly than at the top--into a cruteher, nearly like a milk churn, where it is mixed thoroughly. In this crutcher most of the adulteration commonly Iused in soapl is introduced. Anmonig the materials put into .soap are marble dust; glucose, sal soda, which is not used so much to cheapen the soap as to improveits aipear ance, flour and starch.. From the- crutcher the soap is run into boxes called frames, and is cut into bars when it becomes hard. It takes about two weeks from the time the material is put in the kettle to the time the bars' are placed in the boxes ready for the mark...

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Ladies' Column. Are Women Rude? [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 10 December 1887

;asildeliess is a quality ordinaril. credited it thioseTif low social rank or extreme youth, anld wcl. lear rode boys".or men..morrefre oenptly criticised thai girls ioriomeii , Ibut' 'our observation for some years and in'several A\istrali'sn cities insducesousito tlink that aictiveipublic sellishness; which ..constitutes irudeness, is byn.io means,norindeed chiefly a mscullinc qnality .: i,:: :' ;" : What woman d?or not drehd to entera street car full, or rather half full, of women There may bhe plenty of room for the added passenger, but ' ladies occupying seats pay no .heed to 'the rights of others. sitat. an anle vhich 'iiakes tioo persons occupy the space: intended. for three, exlhibit. a ponder-' ous inertia: when. reupiested to " ir;ove oup a. ?little, pleste, nd frequently look dsggers ai t'htei conductor or ofliciously amiiable pi'sscngcr who tries to miake room for the lst comuisr It is; too often 't woman who in the ordin. -iry railroad' train, enscones herself' in one. ...

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BRIGHTON FREE LIBRARY COMMITTEE. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7. Present:—Messrs. Webb (president), Webster, Stamp, Sprigg, Darvell, Reid, Le Mare, and Burrows. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 10 December 1887

B'.ICRIGIITOiN: FREE, LIBRARY S OUO MIITTEE. "VWEDNESDAY, DECEMIBEB . Prsent :-Messrs. ; ebb (president) `.Web stcr, Stamp Sprigg,, Darrell, : eid, Le Mare, and Burrows. : CORRESPONDECE. From J. Leechman, Horsham, asking the co:nuittee to purchase a new book.he had i Nued.Ž Not enteitained. Frot? tlhe Under Secretary, forwarding copy of a iiaiiphlet on New Zealand.-Re ceived _. - ... REPORTS. ..`The . Hall Committee reported that .on due'cnqulry, they: would not recommend that lightening rods should be aflixed to the Library building. 'Also that in their opin ion it was not advisable at present to make the suggested alterations in the Reading rooms.? And thirdly that a, glass door be substituted instead of'the one now in the Librarian's room. The first clause was adopted without dis cussion. On the second, Mir Reid in a very exhaus tive and lengthy speech said, that he would move that.the large hall upstairs: be'utilised as the public reading room. That the downstairs rooms now used...

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MRS, LANE'S SILVER GRAY. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 10 December 1887

IR S, :LINKS SILVER GBRAY : It's spoilt, Seth; its completely spoilt i -utterly ruined; and I: never felt so grieved before. Do wake up, and come and look at it !" Hlonest Seth Lane, who, ' with a silk hiand kerchief over his head, was enjoying his after dinner nap in a liug aenrmchair in frontof the fire, st.rted, rubbed" his eyes, a'nd answered at random : L:You always have spoiled the children especially your h boys, Elizabeth; so it's ouse' to come to me complainin ofl them ! r1 1 ".Thuo ly. indeed !' his vif e h'oed, indig nantly ;"'you would not -find better little fellows in? all Ldndon?'I'llinot deny that Willie is getting toob.hia forlii hometcachin' ind o?'ught to"b: shnt- t"o.ichool ; bht 1'm: ash'med of you, Sir. Lane, for grumbling at your own dear children! " "L M-e! did I syiy a word about them? "I thought it was you !": ,' " 'onsense, Seth! Il Iowslowof comprehen sion you always are when' yon are sleepy? I wasi tlking` to :yo6u of hc misf6rtuna I hhave had. My lfavou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 10 December 1887

Banks. "Cemiiercial Bank of Australia (Limited) Authorised Capital' .. ... £3 000,i00. -Subscribed Capital. ...: -. 2,500,000 S Paid i ,.v.- .... .. .. : .1,000.000 .eserve Fund ...,. .. . iio,ooo `: · al OraiCE3Lo0 COLffi y ST'. \, 31ELBURNE.V . ond ? tib-Aiiteshopsgate ,St Witllisi n"iriner of Leadenhb ll-street,'E.C.' '. ' .-.RItTiRTON 'PN? A'N\: -.??-C C. i r: i?,nei- ay ' ocraisie Streets. ':: nterestUallowcd on FIXED DEPOSITS /". highest, current rates. S A "" TS on London of.ice, branches and , " ageues of the huank issuned at lowest-; N,: ' LIlSHl. tBC;OTTISHK S'(Inrorporated by Rloyal Charter 1852 ' S': Paid up Cnpitl:, with powier . .ti inierense to S.l?500,000.... .; ... '-72'0,000 ..llescn e Linhility1of Sharcholders .7'20,1000 'Reserve fund :.0 ... . i2- 0,00 .· 0 GL:EN .IUNT'LY RO)AD: (Ne ar• ia'ilOwi St:ation.) Interest allowed oion Fred Deposits itligtliiest littes) .Drafts ised ssue i thi iLoiaindo olin'e Branches Iand ager.tsofthie Ilank . at ti:i rcziftRH ite' or ...

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Essayist. Materialism. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 10 December 1887

S!'It is si niicant 'that thlei NinetecntlhCen? tury.has.produced little in the lines governed by the creative imagination. Its.fecundity in the direction of material science has been -prodigious. In all thit ministersitoaiid facili- tates the mnssing of wealth 'nd,its distribu tion the activity of inventionib h~is belien~ i paralleled. The po'wer of the liuiman intel lect in overcoming natural diflioulties, in masteringtime and spaceS:i?nihultiplyi?n?the iidfiictive cvapicity of inchanical forces, in': extcnding.the area of commerce and settle ment, in. ifncreisinig tie'average of comfort, in enlarging the field of luxury, in expand ,ing the purchasing power of bmoney, was never so signally manifested. Nevertheclss, this century ofunprecedented growth in material prosperity has been betia barren one in things not material. 'In the b gcs,'whichl rodiedt .original imaginative vork it is-to- be noted .that the iiasters irere dependent'hnot upon the past, but. upon the spirit. of their...

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BRIGHTON RECREATION FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 10 December 1887

BRIGHTON RECREATION FAIL. -o For some time past the ladies of Brighton and district have been busily engaged in preparing articles of all descriptions for the purpose of holding a Grand Fair, in aid of the funds of the Brighton Beach Recreation Club. As a climax of their industry and perseverance, the Brighton Town Hall, last Thursday afternoon presented the appear ance of having been transformed by some fairies wand into an arcade of beautiful and tasty articles of almost every variety and kind. The fair was opened at two o'clock in the afternoon, by the Hon. Thos. Bent, M.L.A., who on ascending the plat form, in company with about a score of our parliamentaryrepresentatives, said that the committee of the Brighton Beach Recrea tion Club had conferred an honor upon him by requesting him to open the Fair. " It had been originally intended that the event should have taken place at 3 o'clock, but a' thedHouse would be sitting at that time, and'as there were a large number of its membe...

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OPENING OF ELECTRIC TRAMWAY. Picnic Point to Mordialloc and Cheltenham. December 12, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 10 December 1887

OPENING OF ELECTRIC " TRAMWAY; Picnic Point to Mordialloc and iCheltenham. December 12, 1890. Yesterday a scene was witnessed on the shores of Hobson's Bay, along the stretch of Beach, from Picnic Point to Mordialloc, which surely marks the inauguration of a new era: The tramway, running along the esplanade and connecting the above mentioned places, started to run by elec tric power, the generating force being ob tained by exceedingly simple contrivances from the wave p twer of the bay. It will be remembered that in the be ginning of 1888 this line was opened as a horse tramway. Subsequent to the pro jection of the work of la) ing down the rails, and previous to its completion there had been solme friction between the Shire Council of Iloorabbin (of which ihe Shire of Sandringham then formed a part) and the Tram Companiy. The differences were, however, happily settled, as it was felt. o, all hands that a traim service would lead, as it has done, to the settlement of a con siderable ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 10 December 1887

:. FES 01 DocTroS.-The fee of the doc .-tors-is an item that very many persons are interested just at present. We believe the schedule for visits is 3.00 dols., which would tax n man confined to his bed for a year, and in need of a daily visit, over 1,000 dols year for medical attendance alone! Any one single bottle of Dr. Soule's American Hop Bitters. CIIURCII SERVICES TO MORROW. 1Presbyterian.-Brighton; Rev. Mr.- Gairns, 11 and 7. Elsternwick.--Rev. J. Hay, 11 and 7. Cheltenham, 3; Menttone, 11'; Mordialloe, R7; Rev R. . . Fergus. SBaptist Chnrch.-Rev. A. Hardie, 11: nev.F. Buckingham, 7. :Congregational.-Rev. J. Rickard, 11 and Christian Chapel, Cheltenham.- -T r. Goodacre, 7. : Unionii hapel, South Brighton.-Mr. J.: A. 3PKay, 3:; Mr. Simmonds, 7.' Church of England.-Third-Sunday in Advent: St.Andrews' Sermons, 11 and 7. uMordialloc-ll, as usual. -.: Cheltenham.--r. 'Hanson, 11 ; M r. Cramer, 7. .1entone.--7, Mr. W. Keys.:. Littlel Brighton.-l11, Mrr. Despard; 7, Mr. Blradley.. G...

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CRICKET. North Brighton v. Cheltenham. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 10 December 1887

.. IC KET. Northl Brighton v. Clciltenlulam .These clubs met for the first' time, this season, on the Cheltenham Ground, which sulted in a win for the rt by 11 runs Choltenha 39. .E. Organ 18 S. Chand Si. J. W\Vise 0 for 15, and A. Float 4 f -r'..1.G: bowledd well for the winners:, UNorth Brightoni, 43.. J G Moore 9, i:. M Dowal 8,, F Miller 8 were the prinicipI scorers : Brightoin v Soulal rni Cross. -To be,.y t..at B hoii Bec?" Team -B llai te, lial t e s 1 "B.haiyiie" Liculke;.' -,thli Dun,? Desaily,- Evei.g-ham, En n-?v Sheffield,'. Sims, Spear aid Ty, f11(i 1..i: Brighton i.i lcliiourire .:nd - Elv ci.i - To be hl sil ,in Drihullis?.:'Team Cain, Co, nwiill, Fa a's Grouit, Lawrence, Leonard, Rutddle, Sillivayi,? Tuck; Webb, and Wilmot. Nortli g n hIi toi v. SolthiSt. :The following. will. epresent the North wh?i are reqitistd `ti. be at the station not later thi,n 2.30, to proceed by con veyance to Kiida ?h-t'Dowial Float (2(,. Wise, Miller, (2), HaIll, Spedding, Moore, Butcher ...

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GENERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 10 December 1887

GENERAL ITEMS. -o -'PROBATE of the will of the late .:,:Joseph Bell, of this town. who died worth £73,000, has been granted. Foun out of six lady students, who entered the medical classes at the University this season, have passed their first year. Ti:: Australian Natives in Adel aide have opened their first mia-mia. " A Goon old lady from the country, on serving soda water for the first :.time, declared that she "couldtn't imagine how they ever poured it into the bottle so as to make it stay till they could get the cork in.': :. Wsr i r is the office of this jouirnal ik-le ma-il driving. a , four-horse -a t ?ii:n 'Simply because', it: his :its Leaders i hs chalened Kenp for h-i pii d isip and £500 aside on the e d:lianorParainatta within two monthl froi date, or any other oars - iii :"inAustralia for the same i~ s cars are frightened of the na.teinEgl- a -d. Pity they could giot:he fri nitened of the climate herei: Ti '1cutercoloiial Cadet Rifle on test "wis won iby Brisbane Gramma...

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humor. First Acquaintance. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 10 December 1887

The Ifi'ttime my ces beheld hime reezoets set thle wnoods astir, :And th laugh of waters mingled'- ? `'i Witli a swift-winged bird's dull whirr. What wase therein his calm presence That should make my heart stand still, Witli his soft light touch so gently ?'" R?esting on the window sill ? Ln';-lithe limbs, and clear-cut features; ^?Gentlemanly suit of gray' Fit him closc. rile looked quite natty, -:.i , '. ` -;b'ut I wished him miles away:..`. :idl my inward anguis 1 .:.ish ? _;: Mlaybe so ; his bright eyes shone - Twvinhkling is'the baby stars do. : . : \lWhen the iwinds of w1iintermoan. ': loo heiiv heli hon lookof Eadder Soinetimes charms a helpless bird, Such'effect're had upon me, ' - Thaoui h he never spoke or stirred;,;. Duimb Isat. Mly hands fell nerveless -:: On the garment I had sewed: My first love? :You are mistaken. He was just a gray tree toad.; " - He Wouldn't Spoil the Dinner -An old swar vetran?' who had been throuhi halt : .a dozen cempaigns ,andd was ._not- very....

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"I Have Suffered!" [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 10 December 1887

i- I Hiave suffered i ' With ever- disease imaginable for the ast three years.. O r : Druggist, T. J: Anderson; recommending :' Dr. Soule's American" '.op Bitterls" to me, I. sed two bottles ? ".-Am entirely 'cred, and heartily recom mend Dr. Soule s American. Hop Bitters to every one. J; D. WU\alker, Buckner MLo: I ?write this as _'a ;:Token of the great appreciation I have of yoor Dr. hole'a American ,Hop`M °'': ."_=es"-""]itt ter £ was elilictedý,` ^^r;,:.. W \Vith inaammnteny emhemtim ! ! Fornearly Seven years, and no mnedicine seemed.to do me anyt Good!!! ;Until I tried twoo bottles of your Dr: Soulia's American Hop'Bitters,' and .to imy suprise I am as well to-day as ever 'I was: I hope "'You miy have abundant success" ".Ii this great and - ..Valiable medicine: Anyone !* ishing to :know :more about my core ? [ :, C n ledrn ?by addressing me, E.:. Williams, 1,103 16th street, .-Washington, D.C. I considerv your, Remedyl th. lust remedy in oeistence For Indigestion, kidney--Cosm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 10 December 1887

S Special " ea1 r senens To the Residents of Brighton, &c. I have much pleasure in informing you that my-': DISPENSARY and RETAIL BUSINESS. ivill be carried on in futire at MUNRO'S BUILD INGS, HIUROCH STREET close to the Middle Brighton Railway Station; second floor, an elegant DENTIST'S CONSULTING ROOM' And in order that you ma la a attention at 'what ever time you call, I have entered into partnership writh MutI :.1 PARK UNSON SURGEON. DENTIST, we are now ipepared to undertake Every "Description of DENTAL WORK, Oti-h Chiarges will lbe founnd Mst Moderate, and as ei hc e a iReputa tion to sutntai': you : may rely upon, the work being Done Well. 11 The Laboratory 'and Factory will be. carried on as heretofore: at NE STREET, where orders for the othe shop niay' e left if desired. -Thank ing you for the. eiry Liberal atroin age accorded ne in the past, and promisinig thliat in thie -Ncv, Estab lishment yon. will find everything "tip-top" except the. Prices. I am yon-rs. etc.,-...

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The Leader. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, DEC. 10, 1887. THE EXPIRING SESSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 10 December 1887

JUSTICH TO ALL. SATURDAY, DEC. 10, 1887. TiLE EXPIRING SESSION.' - a few days one of the most disap pointing and barrien sessions everheld y a Victorian Parlia nent will be brought to a close. oth sides of the House are entitled to aliile the credit for this futile \'id: exasperating niethod of conducting Parianieiitary ,ffairs. On ,the O pposition Oide "stonewalling-' has neen pietty freely indulged iifi to the great waste of publi time. - There are circumstances imder which stonewvalling is not only. ;permissible, bat `the ýýabsolute 'duty " of a minority. This duty exists, and should be resolutely performed when there' is manifest evidence that the -Government of the day, and its mnajority at its back, are out of touch with gener'il. public opinion oi ques tions of. vital importance. There have bee'; corruipt gover'nments- and subservient majorities that it would Ie a =positiv'e virtue for any minority to defeat by resorting t ,the , ,-forms ..of ;the _House VWhetherlthe present ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 10 December 1887

Auction. STURIIDAY 10nri ")ECEMBER. IALSTAII a.nd SON have the plea suire to announce that they. will submit to public aucti. n, on the above day, on the ground, at 3 o'clock.` That splendid piece of land opposite the Church Reserve,: Middle Brighlton. Sobdivided Into Biisiness and Residence Allotinteust. r Frontiii - I ndrew Bliack Streets. The allotments in Ctiiirch strcet 'face the St Andrew's Church Rleserve, and this is the only; buikling land a-vailable between St. Audrew-street mid the Middle Brighton station, which is within Trec°lijlnautes': is'lk: The eyes of the world are turned upon the acquisition of preoperty in these:nature favored colonies, freed as they are, in addi tioi: fremthe quarrels and absurdities of their .Northers'forefathers. C it property is daily being boughtup hy th..e agents of foreign capitalists, who for S?? .their own interests cainnot but help to keep Meliournein the front rank of le, 'Colonial Cities,; nd~ e colonifsi will do.wel thereforel seize ...

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