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Scraps. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 2 June 1888

Scrapw. It is estimated that the lose to the national Exchequer on worn silver coin w'thdr.wo 'rom irculatiop last year wees £33,000. It is estimated that a similar amount will be rr. quired to cover the deficiency arising from this source during the coming financial year M. Floquet, the new French Paemier, fought at the barricades in 1848 One of the most resolute enemies of the Empire, he nro claimed the Republic at the Hlotel de Ville after the fall. He is a fighting man-so for his qualities rse ascertained. An extensive conspiracy, involving the army, has been disrnvered at Belgrade, the capital of Servia. King Milan and many of his trusted adherents were to be arrestred, and M. Karogeorgovice was to be proclaimed King of tiervia. It is calculated in the "Alliance Newe" that if all the British viotims of drink in a year were nl erred at one time, and in one place, there would be a funeral procession rrretching from Land's End to John o' Gro.te -t10 miles lone I Hot cros. buns hve...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 2 June 1888

PUMPS AND IRRIGATION PLANT. Buy at John Danke and Sone, 42 Bourke itreet weit. First prizes Philadelphia, Pali., Calcutta, Ameterdam, Sydney, Melbourne. A large and varied stock always on hand. (ADvr.) GASALIERS AND BA'mHS The cheap-at and heat pl ce-John Danke and Sons, 42 Bourke street wear. Electric bells, picture rode and fl tirg-.-(ADVr.) A Russian saloon for tea drinking is an interestion feature of life in Ruseesian cities The waiters are at ired in white from head to foot. with a large black purse at the waist, and are .11 men. Tea is drank alone or with a lemon, and th- asugar eaten from the hand. E'oven or fifteen oope are not too many for an old tean drinker. Thirty-one thousand domestic servants are comouted officially to have emigrated f em England last year The majority of thene have of course, gone to America, thouah a very Iarge number woen as fIr as the Anti podee. For retat*rtg rret or |fdrd bhr to its original D'INTONB'e 11Alt IttNOVArOtt ts eepeciallt va'aob e Th...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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PARASITES. (WORLD OF WONDERS) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 2 June 1888

PARASITES. (wORLD OF OSDERS ) If a boat is anchored in any one of the channels which separate the qulokeands of the month of the Thames, when the tide is running fast during calm summer weather. multitudes of jolly.fieb may be seen floating along jnst below the surface Some are no bigger than tea-cups, and others are thes:zs of a large basin, and they all have some curious markings on the top, and move by contracting and expanding the lower parts of their bodies. Hour after hour these beautiful things float by, and their numbers are incalculable. If one is caught with the hand, the fingers usually perforate its jelly like structure, and It it is placed on a board the creature seems to run away in the form of water. Now a great many of the larger kinds, when carefully examined, are found to have In th ir large stomach a serall white shrimp, with most beautiful emerald. coloured eyes, It was supposed that these shrimps formed the food of the jelly..fish or modus:e, as they are properl...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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WANDERINGS IN ASIA. A VISIT TO JAVA. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 2 June 1888

WANDERINGS 1N ASIA. (Br trx Ho. JAa Es CaOAPOELL ) A VISIT TO JAVA. The railway runs from Tjilatjap right through the island, but my first stopping place was'Djokjokarta, where I Intended to branch cff in order to see the famous Boro Bondo temple. The railway was not quite finished, and in conversation with the supervising engineer, he informed me the cost would be about L6,000 per mile. The gauge is 3ft Gin, and there are no difficultieso whatever, but one or two rather expensive bridges. As we were running along I suddenly heard a voice call out in Englieh, " We are eoming to a tunnel, father,' and popping my head out at once I saw a charming boy of about ten years of age. I made the little follow's acquaintance a little later on, and also that of his father, who, I discovered, occupied the high position of resident at Banjoemas, His witfe was a native of Edinburgh, who spoke the sweetest Scotch, and it was curious to note that the little boy's English had a distinct undertone of ...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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LOST INSTINCTS AND RARE FACULTIES. (SPECTATOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 2 June 1888

LOST INBTINOTS :AND RABE FAOULTIES. (sercrAroa.) If the doctrine be true that man is really th'e heir of all the various species and generaof the animal kingdom, it seems a little hard upon us that, even by way of exception, we inherit none of the most marvellous instincts of rbose species and genera, and have to be content with those greater but purely human faculties by which even the most wonderful of the animal instincts have been somehow extinguished, Sir John Lubbock maintains with a good deal of plausibility that there are insects, and very likely even higher animals, which perceive colours of which we have no glimpse, and hear sounds which to us are 'inaudible. Yet we never hear of a human retina that includes in its vision those coloure depending on vibrations iof the other which are too slow or too rapid for our ordi nary eyes, nor of a human ear which is en. tranced with music that to the great majority of our species is absolutely inaudible. Again, we never hear of a hum...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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CURIOUS SEQUEL TO A SAILOR'S DEATH. (NEW YORK SUN.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 2 June 1888

"GCUELU)US ESQUEL TO A SAILOR'S DEATH. (NE?w O?ic SUN.) One dismal rainy evening in the fall of 1857 a.. wayfarer entered a country inn in :'Indiana and secured lodgings for the night. "ie was s sailor, he said, and was on his w?w;y to' a town twenty-five miles distant, ?where' he had relatives. He was a stout :built, tuggedalooking fellow, but next :enorning .he was found dead in his bed. The above facts were clearly establishod, but a certain other fact could only be sur'* mened. Word was sent to the dead man' relatives, the coroner took charge of the Sremains, and all personal effects were turned over with the remains. The deceased had a few dollars in money and a few trinkets, but the relatives at once claimed that he had beenrobbed of valuable papers. The propri tor of the inn was a veritable Yiankee, including a hawk-bill nore and the legendary twang, and his wife was his coun. 4erpart. He was known to be sharper than steel In a horse. trade, and he never put out a dollar that...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 2 June 1888

Colleges and Schools. "FINIS CORONAT Opus." ??BRIGHTON L 1DE' C OLLE.E (" Ellesmere,") ST. ANDREW STREET, Near the Town Hall PRINoCIPAL:, :" MRS. 1. HAINES, (Late of Clifton Hill Ladies' Colloge)," For several years teacher under the Board of Education, Assisted by MISS A. E, COX. -., English Literature and Mathemati, , ý. GRENFELL,' B.A., L.L.B. French and German, HERR OTTO MULLER. "`Drawing and Painting, J. F. JONES, EsQ. " Pianoforte, '.1[A . _N~DEsQ. =` Miss BtrRKITT, R.A.TM., S MRS. ORR, and Miss A. E. COX ;Calisthenics, , ,... MISSEs DICK and' 'MOON. Resident Governess: MISS A, E. COX. TERMS (Payable in advance) Day Pupils H ) ) I3 English'(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 Resident Pupils (over 12 years): English (as below), also Languages, M-sic, an d?P nting,~'". ? - .:...?.. , Fifteen"Guineas-per Term I (ENGLISH in its variou...

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THE LEADER. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1888. MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 2 June 1888

THE LEADER. JUSTIC? TO ALL. e. SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1888. MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS." As will be seen by our columns of to-day, we shall soon be in the throng, hurry, excitement, and bustle of our ;general municipal eleotions. It has been ..wisoly ;ordairie?iby.,the .powers chat be that in every municipality an mn.nal election 0of counoillors shall be 'et''l i on 'the seocond Thursday in A;ugust in every year. It has also ,been arranged that at the conclusion p.f the annual election in every year, ono-third part of the councillors as •igned to every municipality. shall go, out of office as by `'r'tit"biik; id'thie' • ouncillors who shall so go out of office ihall always be the councillors who i!ave been the longest time in office writhout re-election ; and if, by reason of two or more counoliorsehaving:boe como councillors at the same time, it .shall not. be apparent under the fore. going part of thi lsmsotion, which of '.uoh last mentioned councillors ought 'it,, any. tip ..to,.gou ofu ooff...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 2 June 1888

;*peclat Avretiseiments . PALLYOTd AND)WqoO ASON •"A A.--ilt&Ioe, '00DWIreSOV 10 - C(ffhapel FStr,:eat ,:: rnis AH r .ied tta fo 1 2Wq f-- Ie h . NO5TH --- Z1 nH n.- '...O T 3i.i? CHEAFEST RITURE" -WAREHOUSE Sounth Yarra, Prahran ii o ni t. il.d':'.;, ow-to FursnishL a?roomied COttag e&fe: ' ..... 1 1R. .Rs.. fb, n M, T a.p.. .h - .o) J} *,1i '"n DifD. lUr00511 Colonial Sofa, .ith Squab and ! 1 Cedar Chlffoi~fce Safe; Polished 1 ?"l' 6 0 Six Cane Chairs .. ... 1 4 0 Round Table ..12 6 Table Cover ... 5 6 $endcr, ad;Ironsd... . 0 121. 6 Matting to cover room .. ... 0 10 6 Hearth Rug .:0 6 6 Cornice Pole and 3radeets . 0 11 6 Slip Mat ... . .. ... ... 1 6 ,n-usie B ¾af?il ,_Bedoomin I i.. oo Fnll-size Beadstead... 1 10 0 Full-sied i Flok MItti4iss " 0o 6 TFlock olster -.- 0.,06 -r0 Fw 6b F1lV 1k P'illo w 's 0:: ' ? . .:: O 0t4 :. Dressing Tnblo ... ... o. . 0 One 'Cn~oChaI . . ? .. : 0 Toilet!Glh'ssT l l .. -. . :. r? ". 0 5 0 Table ":. tr,': O},:. '.'i . 1 0o iMeat Sa...

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MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, MAY 29. Present—Crs. A. E. Clarke (president), Robinson, Mercer, McKinley, Woodmason, Edsall, Heywood and Martin. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 2 June 1888

MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL.. TUESDAY, MAY 29.. Present-Crs. A?E. larke (president), Robinson. Mercer, McKinley, Wood mason, Edsall, Heywood and ,Mar tin. COnnRsPONDENCE. From the Plrahran City Council, en osing c, a copy of a resolution passed at their last ordinary meeting to the effect that a letter of thanks be for-' warded to thepresident and councillors of the Shire of Malvern, for theiltefforts in endcavouring to obtain an improved, railway service on the Caulfield line. -Received.. . From J. Munro, protesting against certain works being oarried on in Church and School 'treets.-Received. " From the Government Statist, en Iclosing forms to be filled u?$ and signed.-Referred to the Secretary...' From several residents in Barkly street, asking, the council to push on with the repairs, etc,, in that..street. -Complied with, From residents in Winter street, asking the council to do something towards placing the street in a pass. able, condition. They stated that since the recent heavy r...

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THE CAULFIELD RACECOURSE. DEPUTATION TO THE MINISTER OF LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 2 June 1888

phie de thLe FIE th_ RAot: O-DEJ E DDP"I"rION " TO, . TE INISTEI "the ;,1 orof .th . shure 0 afield, to$ th t!e lifser to ltay hts liand i Si ne ;Council` waited )upon Ms r:1)o'iya ThulistO rof Lad'n~nsa,~ih Sfc? t ?co' ?o ,te g t f hracon-svtonof oie Oeeationo £ho conunittee. ,of ,.the VTic Ti. . a..1eu Tif- -Club ias i piso'ented'at 'tho intorieitw, and SrnJ o.grantme was g'ive tsor r'igts a nuse ibt ofs pubhercoremitto -grof tudanamght ,bep ptken away from them La... They did no Cwant.io be antg, nito esident of teth.ra shorel.a ;ihe iTh wish ie on, he halivof .uachp'&dovr? as Wtori~l1 iiable' .thi'e? i rthaet r the ourse, aoft irot of Cathelda puilfic rererao ground.,, .inv as ylwlet duty to see k a r the riyghts and prin rebgrd to iving a gatepntyors.f tlere iacoil protectod. the con tee the Vh. A WC They ;flt h'it- once thare grikely to infringe thepivilegeits nowuse it odnjoyed. . i ^ ; -":;? .' ",':t " "r. H-olland : Wo- do. The council as a puigh li'ot crotioi-gol f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 2 June 1888

Try andinako it convenient to colme and see the. I skall be glad to send you samples. The value this senson beats all in the past.. Dress Tred , Checks and Plain Dress .n iumm ensevariely.. " --Embroider y 1 all wi4h _ "ro-e at" '. s f. ,_ f:; , "J ? 1._r +" t'..t ..+ ,i -'~i49; Boiisiree trFeEiitnt 149. ELS NE NWI TI K : "a l ; Pth~ f Wa .. Family ,Grocer. doio "'.?+n*\ofi I j t[vi I l .,+;t t l I ' S.xob r r?,-l,+' ,fbda , -Lpi ,s.fPfRODJU.iED nia4if At od ,tioni .hr e, l'Id 'two (AXLWAYS3 N0K_)EANDhi;df .b', 'dtI ,sf)?'J?+l .I ; ý)`iiril E[#? bfrl; !',3fiiui dLod v')i)fYdllC J to ,lol riotod I. dfsil ,bhffitiosli iiAM< I lrrsiiJ Gobd of BIest iluity at ver1y dotty er~lal.. ? iceilr tl eicin?A: ,, 3ener a u ~eoue PaiPne .1rDt L?Cco aor, &' f ;C :,- a, , cinstorknianshipsindl B';It olatatrials 1r Guaranteed, ?i f\ .ohb 1lig' yStt,;A nuldalclc. I EsthiintaesGivetnlpi ,-"\l, MO N To'aI OEyn/ Y .-s AIIP, FN T LNR & CA] INhET AIER,a; St 1 A 1 :_ateigs'ivn.a I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 2 June 1888

- Banks. Commercial Bank of Australia (Limited) .uthorised Capital .. ... ... 8,000,000 Subscribed Capital ... .. ... 2,500,000 Paid Up .......1,000,000 Reserve Fund... ... 600,000 :,HAD OwIo--380 COLLINS ST. W., I MELBOURNE. London Office-Bishopagate St. Within, corner of Leadenhall-street, E.C. BRTGHTON BRANCH- Corner of! Bay & Cochrane Streets. Interest allowed on FIXED DEPOSITS highest currpnt rates. - B: o I;oita offle, branches apd ,:" ..df the' nk'issued at lowest, t - . rates of exchange. SBills Discounted and Advances Made. W. M'Farland, . r , " Manager. .Special. Advertisements. . A: JOSLYN, HOUSE" - PAINTER -' AND DECORATER, . T *r 17 COMMERCIAL PnAD, 17 Prahran, NEa" Tie :-YARKET, : ON SALE, .LOWEST' PRICES: TRADE SUPPLIED. Paperhangings, Leads, Oils, Colors "Varnishes, Glass and Sizes, ALL COLORS.. Caustic Soda, Shellac, Brushware,: Spirits, &o4 & o.' Gilazing for the Trade. Prodiuce Merchants, Brighton Produce Store and - Wood and Coal Depot T. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 2 June 1888

SRBOB :-P 8 E O T -US OP THE BRGHTON COFFEE PALACE COMPANY, TO BE REGISTERED. CAPITAL: £30,000, in 30,000 Shares of £1 each. Payable 2e Gd on Application, 2s 6d on Allotment, 2s Gd at Three Months, and 2s Gd at Six Months. Rebate at the rate of six per cent. per annum upon instalments in advance. It is not anticipated that any further Calls .will be necessary Provisional Directors : HON. T. BENT; DAVID ABBOTT, EsQ, J.P. ; V. J. WILLIS, Esq. ; W. T. MOFFATT, Eso., J.P. r:1 J. M'A. HOWDEN, Esq. Secretary : H. W. MILLS, Esq. Architect : CHAS. D'EBRO. Solicitors s ABBOTT & E ALES. Brokers : THE MERCANTILE FINANCE ...GUARANTEE AND AGENCY COMPANY, LIMITED, 46 ELIZABETH STREET. Thia Company is to be formed for'the purpose of acquiring that splendid pro pery at Brighton Beach known as " Wellington," along with ample grounds, which it has been arranged to purchase, with the object of converting itinto a first class Coffee Palace. The main building was erected by the Hon. James Balfou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 2 June 1888

in piohx',i tnrtw or lTs i a' r t i?a ? rr : O..t.i . ?iAVDSifeiN, itr, ;: ' ale U ti;"o h e:?i q :--' t do ,un,, :f t ;r BAota'id "P'AShoeT- W rehoRi?sec bo• kn a t ;i P il n" : • - ' ". "IrI 3+ ",i 1 O."I `-'+O OmNeR~ RoadAT ' '; .-5 eio 7 br i o ritfl) vi,: ,s p.- f ' 7' t: t - l I " s13ath t bti e dihn sldi 't W nosi 7 7 (t 8?ppliesl? 0a'fit.oAlassi artiolei hardl : vcry: *u')ile ton li4P -"r! ter -pr lrh 1 j h7-iihda -nr'o -oqu q_ iit_ nl,.. t 'A N , l ir: lini o: o i hiat as tn is *. w uu rr1, xill7 edi 1ar0 niott ..lhsatisfctin?n..7: i" .iut. ,- snIl OQne, trialr,will provethli.s,,. o40I"f r?as z'ic .5iiawf hr;:\ " :>': ;' -. ) Fr. Joie l BARELYi-i& PARLIAMENT' STREETS M .- . CLA 1., BdRIHO. ; ; OONTRACTOR? LIE For lsphalting Lawn Tennis Courts; Gvdon ot?aEsi Verandahs, Yards, Workshops,';t, n? r Til. &c., &C. &c. 1. : t ,IJ FENDING, CARTAGE, & ,PLOUGHING, . 'i, ON SALE :-Metals, Ribble;o,:il u:. .,, Screenings, Bricks; &c.; ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 2 June 1888

COLLINS STREET EAST8 S.aatorilsad, £ a ,ooo00. Pa• d.upp, £to000. Reserve Fe und, £70o,. ',000.. DIRB&EORS ... I.ms, Bowen, Eaq., JP, Jonb Moodle, REq. Robet Inglis, Eeq., J.P. I p , call. FREEROLD' PROPERTIEs S n Melbourno sad Suburbs PURCHASED : . . M~m. S+I ON S1ITuES..and .A LLOTMENI"'. t I r-:jor, aSAL : .. In all the Loading lSburbe. JAMES S. MEROE, h ger.. S GEORGE FETHERS, secetary. A' BTAmL- MUIU -.LPROVI.KNT .soCRTY: ..: Director uf the Victorian Branob : . A. S. to, Req., Chairman. Th" ome Alston, Req, J.P. Jamee Glces, Req. - e Boan. tl James Maoeain, Mr LO. E- e Ho,. W. A. Zeal, M.L.O. O.OIB AUBST4 IAN LI'FE OPIOE1 DIVIDES PROfitr EViYRY YEAR. A eQnr be tfractcd it the Muartu l'rovident l?ey'a6I U8e O, ST than In ANY OTHII-lt Ant LMsOPf0One, as the BONUSs ASlite1. ar, I aLA =R than those declared by any other offis n l the Swel. Inosted oFude, Seven MillionsStrlll It "N. MAINE, eas be'.. 100 Colllns stroet "-et TR ERBUSTEM EXECUTORS, and GOsNUT . .COMPANY LIMITE...

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LONG LIFE: HOW TO OBTAIN IT. No 12. (Concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 2 June 1888

LONG"ýLIFE "HOW; TO1IBTAUJIl. ~- Y Ft kIILY DOcTo1.i - :,i. "(Concluded.): t:::s? "Livijng byrruile, and olleyiig natuio's siiple laws;Li mayi seem very iiksoue to people at'first,=butidoing so libcomes a habit, iad- ' blsi?6d 'babitu'anid 6be' that' tends to haippiness," to' doiifo rt and to length'of .dab A gireat deal d inight' be said ii'about the benefits of regularityi'i oit ' oidoes' and oways'ofttliii?,"'As 'a p;oof =of the bneiemibiality f rigulr living, Th i may iinstan'ce thd'faot'Itliatt old jieopile who'liave onieisettlet do'wt in' a'-kind' of irooive, of 'ife, if,'P nitia , sdo i call it, canniot lbe nifsettle'd 'tei'tefiik 'mVtbi fo`r? ' few' dayseI wvith?o'to a"ni'gei `'to heailth iind life'itielf. "l'hl'y ihii y have'i; pdihaps, tlhOir regulari tmio for'rettin' upimi :the imoniMig certuii'i'methods of' abluftiobn 'e'thn t'kindt anda "qutdliti'e? t f f~?d and drink, cortain":ibourih f6ol' Gkm '?ghl?gse d tctir''tidiesý fri 'est eercie,° and retreatioin, and a"liunidr...

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FRAGMENTS OF FUN. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 2 June 1888

FRAGMENTS OF FUN. ST's No Go.'-A lecturer recently delivered a lecture in a church upon the subject of 'Marriage and After,' in. which he strongly recommended that the courtship before mar. riage should be continued after, and that men, to show their love for their wives, should kiss them frequently. When the lecture was over an old man went home, put his arms ronnd his wife's neck, and kissed her. Meeting the lecturer next day he said-' It's no go; your advice'll no dase.' ' What advice!' asked the lecturer. ' What ye gied la.t night,' replied the man. 'When I kissed my wife, doe ye ken what she qai?' No.' Weel,' shesaid. ' What's gani wrang wi ye, ye auld futle and slapped my face. GRAOE on ?o GuacE -A farmer, bringing his son as a pupil was asked be the school master whathe intended to make of the lad " Well, if he gets grace, well make him a minister." ' Ah !" returned the schoolmaster. "if he gete no grace, what then?" "Then," said the father. " He moan just become a cohulemais...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 2 June 1888

*/ * Specalici of 'eirery Dcptlon from6a 21d per pid, FOR Eitchen, Bedroom, Hall,?l-Ding or Draw. ' 'ingroom." ', . a NOTHING ! ' inthe;town of Brightoto surpass tlem iThe prico they are to bo obtainedfromii MACPHERSON LAWRIE ! Paiiiters and Decoriatr, '" .:CH:UR-CH - STREET,' M; .i: MIDDILE BRIHGHTON.' :.. i, ;",Jt rl;;i + *'*'.- A '- - : .h.,. - ' ' , I .itd, *flVW ,li , ' PerfcctW' ,all : *i ; -; . Ii.. ' .;i ..Decoration l , , S.;,. i 1 t'' entury ' -, Ai s ' "' C.' C e n ... ^ANITAY.- DIDItABLE. can be decorated to iinitato Metal, Wood. " . -' Terra-cotta or Majolica.; ' * :. Dado Decorations. ; ' min :ld. to 6S., Gd. per yard.' Sanitary and other washable wall.rpapers.; S .Pavitt's . Gold, Silver and Prismatic Bronzes. . 'Windsor and'Newton!'s , - Artists' Colors, - Sable,Cable'and Hog Hair Brushes. . Opal, Glass, Plain and Ornamental Glass, STinned Paints and Painters . . ..;.. . Materials for Sale. , MobPH9sN &IAw RI'I j'.'-;, . RiHousi DECORATORS,'t Undertake every ...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Notice to Advertisers and Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 2 June 1888

- Notice to .Advertisers-a1mu-- Correspoindeonts. Advdrtiitnonhts h#itndcd( for inqqrtion id I thlis Pnpor should roach our oilool not lattnl tlini d Ifmi Im'l.iJto. Fri. Sdayys; nnd nltoratioaiis;ltitd4, itions to I Rtndnung AdvprtlOioeentals iotjlqto ;t )p' , noon on ,Thursdays to opnsre: nttotq?to,4 .Coriespondents,' forwnrdit?n Ji'CxriuH'ri NOTICP'lS, reports of.Giir6KIct, FOOTnALL.. &o,i ornu othbe IhtoUl lge'icof-ddnalInmi iportanco aro roqucoedto.'forward the snmo ns early na possiblo, butvnwDtiblbtoi" tln, nool on l'hof peradayd o .to; WrItPiOrin I one Bido of paper o4al oiu akin!l?, Jr.otM

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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