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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 9 June 1888

-ARICULTURAL NOTEH. During she peat tea days warm, gasied rine hive bees hfleIg nary all pars of the taoey. the raeIn net been frlinnla heavy shaven and aeing teneb. It has feat been the revers., s ecarcely any distriet has the wate ran on the surface. The rai ha beeea steady, with the result that the euil absorbed tae moiseture gradually, and sonse has gne to waste In most ases the lanud has beeneataraetd down to the .ubeoll. se tn crops have benefited very much b v e a the aighte. althoung long, have e mild so far for this time of year. Ploughing i still beingl vigorously pushed on, thin operation being somewhat delayed thin memso owing to the laenes of the autumn sain.. Te pastures have commenced to look ftresh and green, and there will yetbn a nice growth in the grass before the winter ate in. At the ant meeting of the Adelaide Bnreau of Agriculoture a paper entitled "otes on WattleCnlture" was read by Mr. A. L Thrapp, bark agent for the Broadleaf Syndicate, England. While a gre...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FRAGMENTS OF FUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 9 June 1888

FRAGMUNTS UP FUN. A ouar.zs was Iltly sitting beslde'hle beloed. and, being unable to think of ay. thing else to say. akedi bee why she wat like a tailor. I dos's know.' said ashe with pouting lips; ' unless ii i because I1 siting beside a souse' Sun:' That was a very annoying blander I made les aeight, In sitsiog Mies B. nrPZ te Miss as dinser. I was too.ýpid of ma tie: * Why? She: * Becasoe they basen' spoken for years. They belong to tlb same choir.' SI wonom s' said a yoag lady. ' why HIrmean is always repreesnd as carrying a lorch? To which an old baobhelor nsearlngly res poodd: * To indicate thbat be always takeSa it arm ro peoule who maon AnU they sartled? 1 No, indeed. You woolaa' shisk so, could yes bear the Wtalk Why. when they et aloes logehr, th wIll chatter away for bhos, like a pair of spanows. 'es' said is Peaoker. ' i rioaletd Mr. ienn Nice fallow; but I could on hare theb anonuoeosees of aou r1rt4 appear in tlbs I papers nuder the heafbis lo-Pea r.' S'Am. John.' abe...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A GENTLE HINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 9 June 1888

A OGBNTLE rINT. To onavey a hins a deiolase way ead with due reard to bthe copAeses of sosdty le a git not bestowed upos eery ma. Perhaps th most original mode or doing Is I. impatod b an Amerloas gentlmaen who was eapelead ot of a boat with a any of friende, one of whom wee rowsed. I agreed to break the sews to the widow, and promised to do so dolioaely. Ao.ordialy be knooked at ber door, and when she apased he remarked, ' Good moening, widdr !'* The .eated woman replied. ain't a widder.' 'Tuo ain't a widdert' rejoined the man. ' Yen bet I' This aneodote is perhapenapped by os of the most raeot, told of a Boostch sled. Hs had met hie old fried John Tamson, whom he had et seen for many and be hospitably laviled him o hia Bo biad was t.he asasment e tended that Mr Tamuon showed so aiges of leavig, whichlab aasd ib gld wih' to goirof hereass 'whether tey wer. ia feint.to boardMr smscn a' the gihehr? Tbe laiad mepllod, ' Aw'S its him a pestlr hlat In ths meon after we oish 'me fanmiy d...

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 — 9 June 1888

Drapers -and Grocers. x x ADIES, the New Goods are just pened for the cowing Season. Try and make it convenient to tome and see he.n,. I shall Ie glad to se nd you samples The value this season beats all in the past. Dress Tweeds, Checks and Plain Dress an immense variety. Calicoes, Sheetings, Cambrics, White - .obes. Embroidery, all widths. A Sfine Stock of Everything to choose rom at. Payne's 149, Bourke street East. 149 ELSTERNWICK RAILWAY GROCERY STORE. "- . W. COLLINS, Family Grocer. WOOD, COAL & GENERAL PRODUCE ALWAYS ON HAND.' Families ;waited. on : daily Goods of Best quality at very Moderate Prices. Special Advertisements. T. COOKE, General House Painter, Decorator, &c., lood Workmanship and Best Materials Guaranteed. High street, Armadale. Estimates Given. H. MONTGOMERY, 'CARPENTER & CABINETMAKER, 4A Chapel Street, P R A-,HR 'A N.. Esttmates given. Furniture Repaired annd. Repolished. All Orders promptly attended to.. Music Warehouse. FEISS BROS., M...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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A Strange Adventure. (TEMPLE BAR.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 9 June 1888

A Strange Adventure. (raxruana,) Mr Prith. in his Autobiography, relates. a enarnous adventure welch befell his cocsin, who entered the domain of Mr Iteekford by stealth. He went into the garden, where he met a man who he supposed was a gardener. but who proved to be Mr Beckford himself. Mr Beckford cot only showed him hie pltrer. buhot kindly asked him to dinner, and then turned him out to spend the night-in a tree. 'The dinner was magnifloent, served on massive plats'; the wines of the rareet vintage. Barer still was Mr Beckford's conversation. He entertained his guest with sioris of lod en travel, with aneadotes of the great in whosee co ety he had mixed till he found the shalbt ones of it; in short, with the ontpooringgef a mind of great power and thorough aultlvatlon My ceusln wee well read enough to be able to appreciate the conversation, and contribute to it, and thes the eventing psd dell htfuily away. Candle were lighted, and the host and, gouest talked till a fine Louis Qu...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A REMARKABLE MEDICAL IMPROVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 9 June 1888

A BIMARKABLB MEDICAL IMPBroYE MIhlT. In diseases of children, end in wasting disorders generally, medical science possesses no more valuable remedy than cod'liver oil Of this agent the celebrated mdiseal eneryclopýedias, Ziemssen, says :-" Most generally its favourable influence on the geserol nutrition win recognised. We would alo lay additional stress on the decided eficiesocy of cod liver in the treat' met of ecrofolos affections of the bones, and acrofulous alcre." Adding to this a few excerpts from Dr. Bruntone's work on therapeuntices, it will be seen that the im portance of this food in a large and varied class of caues is hardly to be overestimated. He says "In consumption it is of great service." "In catarrhat condition of ether mooonus membranes, besides those of r..piration, it is very useful." as after measles and scarlet fever. "In chronia broncitie, with violent cough. . . .it gire great relief." "It is a tonic to the nervous system, and is of grest service in casesof ...

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 — 9 June 1888

A manU Y1l of Water. Hydraulio rams er now beiog very largely need fr irriation and dome-tioparp It I. 0not enerall known what an enoromne amount of work the e inezpeoeive little mahebines are capable of doler. They are entirely .elfu.ecting, and, by their nue, with a fall of f. to lt in 100, water may be raned from ft.g to lt.. entirely mwthout labor, The whole of the water for the town of SBnafor In re aeed by one of thee enachine., which ba done its work for yeanre mat eatlfnotorily. All siaes in stock. John Dakne and Soo. 4 Buorke greet weat. The beet place for pompe and irrigation plant. S(Ame.) r PosPOTUros or THE BBIGHTON COFFEE PALACE OuMPAJL TO 33 EnIaWREED. CAPITAL: £30,004 IN aoo80,000 SHARas or i -o Payable Se. Od. on Applcation, . S d. on Allotment, Se. d. at Three Month, and S1. S. at Six Months. Rebate at the rate of ai g ent. per eamnm upon lastalments in advance. It is not anticipated bthat any farther Call, will be aneesary. PaovzmoNEn Duaorso: How. THS. BENT DAID ...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 9 June 1888

FOOTBALL Brighton v. Essendon 2nd.-The first meeting of these two clubs took place last Saturday, at Brigheon beach. The result was Brightoin, 3 goals' (kicked' byiOox, E(nty andWatsford) and.2 behinds,jto 2= 1i goals and G bnhinds. Webb, Everingham, Teinpleton, and tho. two Aggs played a good game for the locals. North Erighton v: Abbottaford«Bohe mians.-This :inatch; was "'played last - Saturday, and resulted'din a'iiin for the. Norths who kickid 4 gosls 4 Seltflde'd o2` behinds. Brighton 2id r. Souith Brighton.-This mitch resulted in wini for tli Brighton by5 goals -17 behinds to I goal 2 behind..- Brighton 2nd v. Feidside 2nidi-To be pha Ad this afternoon at the Beach. This aftarniohon Itho North Brighto journey, toAlbert Park to play thot ernJ aido. A coinvey'nnc will leave North Brighton station at half-past swo sharp. Briglit v.YMarltni-To bo 'played this afternoon at..the rear of the ,WVare honseii'dl'stricketg'und at 2.45:g 1'' `J()

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 9 June 1888

-Special. PLEASANCE'S SPECIAL TINCTURE OF: PODOPHYLLIN The best remedy yet discovered for Bilioisncss Bilions Headache, Constipation, Heartburn, Indigestion, and all Maladies arising from a sluggish Liver. PLEASANCE'S SANTONIA WORM SYRUP A Never-failing Preparation for hemoving and Destroying Round or Thread Worms in :Adults and Children. Should any of the symptoms briefly given belowbenoticed, the presence of Worms canbe safely eoncluded :-Restless ness, irritability, grinding the teeth atnight,startingdur Sing .sleep. picking the , nose, dark rings under the, eyes, variable appetite, &c. SOLD: IN BOTTLES 2s. EACH Typhoid Fever! The Homoeopathic Remedy for Typhoid Fever, PLEASANCES SPECIAL TINCTURE OF BAPTISIA. The presence of Typhoid, Enteric, Gastric, or Colonial Fever, as the disease Sis variously termed, is becom ing alarmingly on the increase in this colony. Theatten tion of the public is drawn to the value of the above reiedy; eilher as S preventive or tive." Dr. Rudd...

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POSSUM SHOOTING IN AUSTRALIA. No. 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 9 June 1888

POSSUM _SHOOTING IN 'AUSTRALiA. (BY. ROVER). No. 4. Game of a description likely to temipt a good sportsmni is not very plentiful on lthe tAustralian continent. Anai igluppcd' tiio tho'eeth n diifble to engageo in an expedition into un settled districts, may happen to enjoy .arunof fortune and ma]ke hags of incredulons diimensions. Tih settler; howeveri the Man`'m' iho wrcrlachaird and yiet vould' have his" obcasionaiE recreation with the gun has niot a largo variety of game too choose from bu3 he can always fall backiupon tho innocent oppossuim qnuite correctly describ edin the liucro. s phrame as a "'possum up a gin taree." i Of'altll t iiarsupials on the great Austriai' conitinient' this is= the ifanmilywhich is least frightened away Jby thoheiabita. tionl ofmen.z Thoeestablishment of: a townshiPp makes .little differnceu to the ýopossumr rOn ;moonli"-bt pightst the popping of1'.posiin ;shooting giuns nmay "bhe heard 'iround the smibuilisof' even cities. Thle destruction of the, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 9 June 1888

SsalUw Ksolm. , ai Bath'. The bsbosea .pnr beht known John Danko sod S'ii, 42 Bonike mirstc A lug. snd pried msodamente-(ADT'.) io so I sgititf8cefsdl wish med dsvnued. and o of sn o "tatho base t..m:ds In DDUO"AON"S OOUPoUaD *tttlsOe of l, aeli'O'tf. 'hi mtdldnis r mt-u lb..food sod io'. op she b.y.tm. Ii nrmn tdl sp.ui sod el of'. of l' somplt. t n. ot . sent ·a.. Nshannn. .ino.d.is. 5 dssy. sd .0 d$Wu.s shOt bhen 15.. 0511 fn .d'sl·b and dlinddtad loss. Dun4-ust'. Ply w am.. edod.! s a ussful holly woolabis. ºyh tuasa cb. sael sod +o.nM a.. Sn sjosds aaopsin. Dnesoa Dindolisa I5se. 5.. p". hoels; Dm.. .$naa'g 'll., IL Pee bds, of Dbem~.-(aun. Lon's Throw Them £way. Donal throw your good old crueate, ealwu. tea and coffee mervicee, rake basketh. and epeegnee, etc.. away. Send them i John Dank. and Son, 42 only Bonthe .tread weeal, to he replsted equal to nsw.-(ADvT.) fO N S U N P 110 N Lad al DISEA8B of the 011ET -ao t baded a. 1y" PEO11O BEADIoRD. 163 co1llum slest weal feea lpen...

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THE LADIES' COLUMN. MINISTERS' WIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 9 June 1888

THE LADIES' COLUMN. [B VIVA.n SMINSTBRB' WIVtBB. If seeam tome that It is often forgotten that a minister's wife is, after all, only a woman. She has quite as much diffioulty in managlog a boouse and keeping servants on a very small Income as the wife of an ordinary layman would. She I quite as easily tired sother women. Her obhiidren got ill as olfton as those of her neighbour,, and wear out their clothee as fast. Her servants leave her at holiday times with the same rage. larity as those of her husband'a parishioners, and she has no more power than other people of making a twelve-hours day into one of twenty four. The life of an Australian minliter, wife has often seemed to me to be a very hard one. As a role, she is cramped for money, and she has always to keep up a good appearance, to entertain, and to give to the poor. She most never be ashabby or allow her children to be so, for that would displease the parishioners of her huseband. If she devotes herself entirely to her house...

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HOUSEHOLD NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 9 June 1888

HOUSEHOLD NOTES. Wa mr Po r m rr. -The fabhioa of weirlog flannel and woollen underelothing hs now hemoming so aiversal and persistent that it can scarcely be called a fasblon. Boch of my readers as may have the ms.e of washing woollen clothing at home may like to haes th adesl of Dr. Jaeger, the great authority on woolsa oloshling, on the subject.L The olothes should be ps to soak oin water at 10l0deg. Fabrsneit, in wioh soap has been boiled. To every awo gallons of water, a tablspoomil of liquid ammonia should be ad e. The clothbes should never be robbed, but after an honre's soaking they mout be taken out of the tub, rInsed twloe in lukewarm water, bod hungop to dry lenithways. They must be ironed while aill damp, and stretched ro the necessary length and shape. The omcll of ammonit disappears when the soap has been rinsed out. Sraaxlro FooD.-Some housekeepers are fully alive to the value of a steamer as a labour.aaving machine in their kitehens and an indispensable aid to good c...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHIT CHAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 9 June 1888

CHIT CHAT. The late editor of a Continental journal was recently desoribed as "the oldest worklig journaliest in Burope." He had been half a century In harness. It seems, how. vr, that the record has been oon siderably surpassed by Bir Edward Baren., of leads, who, we are told, began his news paer career "some three years after Waterloo was loeght" "aid bas, soue. lusatly, been at the desk lfor snmethilg like -seventy years. This abould be an no eouragemont to those young journalists who Iare been taught to regard their profeslon as of neaeeity tending so shorten life. "Afernoon ta is never so pleasant or so .oey as when winter evenings are dracing In, and the frosty air makes us realise the eomtort of the glow and warmth inside, when we near our homes after an outing in ,the fog and dust. It needs these surround. iog. for the luxury of a tee-gown to be fclly appreciated; and to maot women these gar ments have grown a necessity. A really lovely tea-jaeset has the crowning charm of b...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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THE EGYPT EXPLORATION FUND. M. NAVILLE'S DISCOVERIES AT BUBASTIS. (THE TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 9 June 1888

THE EGYPT EXPLORATION FUND. M. NAYVILES DI30OVERIES AT SIUBASTIB. (xma rvxas.) The excavation of the Great Temple of Bubastis (bthe rains of which,it will be remem bered,werediscoveredlastyearbyM.Navilel) was resumed some five or ix weeks ago, and isnow In fall progress. Former operations conducted by the Egypt Exploration Fund have for the most part been carried on In places remote from the beaten track; but M. Navills, by marching his little army of diggers to Tell Dasta, has brought his w not only within an easy distance of Cairo, but within a few minutes' walkof Zagag, the meeting-place of a net work of railwy lines, and the head- quarters of the Egyptian cotton trade Zgazig station may be described as the Maline of the Eastern Delta-the bourne for which every traveller, whether his destination be Damletta. Mansurah, Salablyeh, Sues, or Port Said, Is Inevitably bound As alltrains stop here, and as there is generally a dreary hiatus-of a couple of honurs between the arrival of th...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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'WANTED' THE STORY OF DRAMATIC CAPTURE. PART I. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 9 June 1888

rv axr Nsoat* THE STORY OF - DRAMATIO TBs aroar~ annuarlpO;. CAPTURE. Br Aw Ex-DawsoarrvE. 'Pear I. Auguates Vandeburgh Jones, aged fety, highly repeeted, musecularly developed, ar rather good looking. bnak manager. sempany promoter. and ommtsioin agent, was in trooble-tbhat i to say, hbe was temporarily ont of trouble, for be had oleverly absconded with aomething like eighty thousand pounds of the trust moneys that the cotinding publie had deposited in his over-jealons care. Yes, he wars wanted,' and I was the detective told off to bring him to joustice. With a light heart and a heavy poeket, I elsarted on the trail. 'From informnation received,' the bchances waere a bhundred to one that Australia would be his ultlmatr desaination. Careful inquiry cnon brought to light the fart that the very man I wanted was to sail by a certain boat. Hislosgage was already in the hold, and his berth secured So to make thoroughly certain of my prize, I booked a first-class passage ot, and went aboa...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 9 June 1888

SLOCAL ITEMS. AcVcl4'tr l t lýtahetene of Coinitnblet*3 Loorhaiii a, i k wliich can be vouched for by sevoeral residents,. a number. of young med are in the habit of congregating near the Elsternwickrailway station, especially on Sunday evenings, and seriously annoy ingand interferiogi with the passersby Theioynnig45 fellows are onetusy n thel Aler Tfor tli ijiiproach of the police, when they assume an appearance of in jured innocence.. Two of this,tribo,were " brought up at the instance of Constable Lodrhtam; ;who happened to be about in w; plain clothes, nod chargcd before the Cadlficld benchlast:Monday, with insult ing behaviour. The bench inflicted a nominal duine of 5s on onol of the gang,?S:;J namhed James HIenry. Another, under thejcognomen of James 'M'aTlaieisoE ap pearingi tise fined' double I'that asount. It transpiredthat when confronted by-the tT'i constable, ' talane saidt'his name was "James," but he had beenoot known to the coustable'1by thlitflme '6f"'%Johfi'T HiimRn...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 9 June 1888

` Advertising Chicits. . It. hasj coe so common to,write the, beginning of `m elegant interestingarticle, and then ron it.into some advertisement. that we avoid all sich cheats, and simpiiifi call attention to the merits of Dr: Sonle's American Sop Bitters in as plain honest terms as possible, to induce people to give them one trial, as, no one who knows their value illl ver ieatiin'tbig `else. "Pibri dence Advertiser." A Losing J1oke, A prominent physician of Pittsburg said jolkingly to,aladyipaticnt. Ilo was corn plaiining'of her' continecd'ill iealth and' of'. his inability to r;ca her, ",TryD Sonle' America HopBLlitttisl t " 'T '' iiiy'took it in earnest, and rsed the Bitters. from whichl sheb obtained peimanenti hemlli.lth Sheonow' laughs iat the doctor for his. joke, liit he is not so well pleased with it, is it cost him n good patient. "Ifirrisbnrg Patriot.' Adrgood `Investment!;it? I sow, an silver has gone wrong you will find a good investment by ,patronising VA1 CE'.k CO.,...

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THE OUTLAWS OF TUNSTALL FOREST: A ROMANCE OF THE OLD WORLD. BOOK I. THE TWO LADS. CHAPTER VII. THE HOODAD YACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 9 June 1888

T vaQoUL&Wb oE ..TUN SB ,,:TALL FOREST** a. BOMANCE OF THE OLD WOBLD. Y ROBERT. LOUIS STEVENSON, BOOK L S THE TWO LADS. CHAPTR VII. ± Ta 3oo011 srac. The7y sawoke in the grey of the morning; tl babd. were not yet in fall song, but twittered here and there among the woods ; :the sun was not art up, but tbs cantero skj ,Wu ' barred with iolenet colours. Half 'strved and overweary' as trer were, they lay Without moving, sunk in a detighitul latmi tode. And as they thus lay, the clang of a bell fell soddenly opon their ears. `A bell I' and Dick, a 'ttin op. ' Can we be, then, so near to Holyood? A little after, the bell clanged again, but this time a me:hatonearer hand; and from that time forbth, and bstill drawingnesarer and nearer, it continued to sound brokenly abroad in the silence of the morning. ' Nay, what should this betoken samid Dick, who was now broad awake. :It is some one walking,' returned Matcham, 'and the belt tolleth ever as he moves.' ' I see that well,' said D...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 9 June 1888

Gfil'"': i:e.se l- ;ii * ...d. £0,80L -'sad.oa Iua Reserve ?esI~q,01R DIRECTOR/ Si. . L. Daites .P. WUiliam Bowee, Esq., J. Jobs Moodle, Seq. lobert lagie, Esq, J.P. IlWEmBi ALLOWED on DEPOSITS 'pe cent. peonaurn forS years `t Paiwbs half. I . l.ese . lk F .. ...: Sa ' ti , 14 onthaf ' 7Y":ý fRIEOLD PROPERTIERB s Ia Melboucre and tEberbt - PURCHASED. - an, lontas so. .: eASalON BITES and ALLOTMENTS For KALE I ell tnhe leading Sabobte. JAMES S. MEROES, Manager. GEORGE FITHERS. Secreery. AUooRIEA MUt.UaL PItOVI "T SOCIEITY Dlectaorf ths Vlctrian BranO: & S. Rin. Hsq, Ohalsein. - uIhoaneiao,. Req. J.P. t rib-..ed e Orlc, t& ThBoo8 . James l, M0 i ash Has., I. Jtma. waBaln. ILLa. The Hn. W. . Zeol, MyLO. MO OTHER AUSTRALIN LIFE OFFICE DIVIDES 2 -:-P J OFmTe KYRIB YEAH A pelnoy n.e be rE-ets In she Mutual Provident Uedety athaLe'S Otthse ANY OTMIR Au.es. Re(lsas WleOFFICr aso the BUNDiUS .laotted aee - ALAGERbtan .heeclind by anay nItsh aee I. *b.wold. f seled Funod, SeYn...

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