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MEMBRANOUS CROUP. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 23 June 1888

. MEMBRANOUS 1OUP. At the topof the windppipe (which leads in I the large, and i" in front of the gullet, which leads tou the atomach) we finod what might he 'catilled the "voicebox" (larynxp). Is is an Sexpanded contionation of the windpipe tracaea). and containe what are kno n as the vocal cords" These are two fibre-el.s*ero uI ortainse, which occupy each lateral half of the Slarynx It-a'piece uof cloth be placed bali acroses the month of an ordinary pail, and another piece over the o her half, a little apace beinog left between them, the two segments of cloth inside the rim would correspond to the "vocal cords." Betwee. he voPal cprds is a long, narrow chink, and through this chink passes all the air we respire. When a high musical note is given, the vocal cords become tense, their edges .pproxim te, *end the intervening apace or chink is narrowed. In croup this opening io limintsh'd, any' the freerom of rerptrati.., materioly affected. Two weehks So we referred to epaemodic crou...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A BLACK IMP OF MISCHIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 23 June 1888

A BLA K IM1 OF MIBOHIEF. Of all the strange birds and beasts on a certain octrich farm in South Africa (gays a writer in the " Sa urday Review ") Bobby the crow was perhaps, on the whole, the greater favourite. He was a black im.p of mischief, who destroyed the vegetables, etels the egge, killed the chickens, and dii his best to Pull down the house. Re loved to go out riding, and would sit on his nasteer'e euo helmet, balancing himself with his groat black wings, and reminding one or the raven crest or some ancient Scand. navian warrior. Suddenly be would dart alter one of those great gaudy locusts whion look like painted toys, and having captured it return to his place to enjty the dainty moisel. Every morning Bobby wakened his master by a few gentle pecks and then departed on his rounds oursto. He would perch on the wire fence and begin to ptacties alt the noises he could remember of fowts, donkeys, or doge, or hold long conversations with bti melf, or which protane language seeme...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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IT COST TOO MUCH. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 23 June 1888

d IT. COST TOO MUCH. S In the early days of. the direct tea-trade 'i between China and Amereon, importers were k anxious to secure the arliest cargoes of a new I crop. The fastest clipper shabips wereengaged in the trade . Great baste in loading them was followed by a hot race to reach New Y. rk. fne "rat cargo brought the beat price and large profile; the successful captain was always rewarded, so every known aid to noavigation was adopted. A young captain of one of Mr. Astor's clippers bought on one of a his tripe a new chronometer, and with iets aid made a quick paeesge and arrived first. He put the price of it into the expense accourntof ' the tip, but Mr. Astor ttire, it out, insieting that such an item of expense for new fangled t' ndor'e could not be allowed. The captain rherinoan reignerd and took service with a rival line. The next year he reached port l Ing in advance of any competitor, to the a -reat delightbs ad profit of his employere, anu the chagrin of Mr. Astor. Not ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 23 June 1888

THS A.dtOlbta*l .anc u ae c UU eaai £natrnau - I .g - GeenE CORAINOS StLER? EAST' Sapti £J1.0o0C.0:0. /aoscshld £5,sla,ece. Pald.up, £150,005. Semier, Pond. & 70,000, DIRErTOtcs Hon. M. H. Daries, H.P. Wllitato Down, Req.. J P. John doodle, Esq. Robort Inglis, Req, J.P. = ftERRST ALLOWED on DEPOSITS 6i:pet cent perannum f B years Payable ha I. ,, w 12 months j fearly. * 0 I t N es FREEHOLD PROPBRTIJh lab MelboernS and Suburbs PUROHASED. r MANSION BITES and ALLOTMENTS v For SALE In aln tbe Leading Suburbs. JAMES 8. MEROEB, Manager. GEORGE FERTBERS. SOecretasy.. A UsTRALIAN MU* ..AL PROVI '-NT 5001ET ( Director' ol tn Victortan Branch: A. K.ng. Req, Ihalsman. ThomseAleion, Req.. J.P. James Ostlee. l-q The Hon. Sr James uMeBain. L LO. The Hon. W. A. nEel, ML U. NO OTHBER AUBSTRALIAN LIFE OFtrICE DIVIDES - PROFIT EVitRY YEAR. A policy onn be rocted in the Mutual Provident Solety al aLESS O "'T than In ANY OTHOR Aue trealen LIfeOFFIOV, as the IsONUSBS aclotted err I.BER than thos...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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ADVENTURES OF SAILOR WOMEN. (NEW YORK SUN). [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 23 June 1888

ADVENTURES OF SAILOR WOMEN. (n10w YORK SUN). We were well into the Gilt of Bengal, bound for Madras, when one morning, juet as night was fading into dawn, I thought'I' heard a voice hailing us from the suenlee of the sea, t'here are sea birds who cry out almost like human beings, end although I was startled by the hail, I dismissed it after a few seconds as the cry of a bird. Bcarcely had I done so when it cams again, and this time I knew it weas the voice ct a woman. There was no need to hail themat. on watch, for he had heard the cry as well. We were jogging along under easy sail,. and he seized the glass and ran up the 'fore rigging. There weas a esort of steam rising from the water, but the mate had not climbed 30ftr. when down he came again, and in one breath ordered the ship into the wind. the captain aroused, and a boat lowered. We of the watch had nodoubt that the ship had been bailed by castawaysp, hbut the boat was down before any of us made out a lone woman . in a eort of...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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OUT OF PAWN. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 23 June 1888

OUT OF PAWN. When Sam Corley, the manager of the * Hit or-Hies Comedy Company,' reached Olsyville with his theatrical party he and they were in hard luck, The concern had made more misses than hite, and the money chest was reduced nearly to its last dollar The only hope of Sam and the company was that the one performance at Clayville would yield them enough to enable them to square accounts and get on to Tipton, where they had a contract for what is known in theatrical parlance as ' a certainty.' It was soon apparent that this hope was doomed 'e diseapointment, and it wan indeed most woefully disappointed. The Clayville people failed to be attracted by the attraction; the littletheatre was distressingly empty, and the receipts were lamentably small. There was just enough money in the concern to pay the way of the party to Tipton, but nothing beyond that to settle the hotel bill, but they knew well that their trunks would be held until it was settled or ' arranged.' But they were not...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 23 June 1888

Lifeo. " Th ch'aracteris IfR of life," says Mr. Henry Drumm'nad., F.RS.'., etc., "accord ing to physiology, are four in number Aesim'liatinn, Waste, Reproduction, and Spontaneonus Action.'' T the thonghtfol, who will analyse their own ncr ezisternce, this statement 1i self-evident. But the truth of the definition has another and fr more pracleal and nuefol illsnetration. The in. viei'le disease germ proves its livina exie tance-firec, by aeslmiliatioo to the buman, frame; sec"nd, by wasting our physcal strenrth; third, by the reproduction of itself a million fold In onur systemsa; and fourth, by tts spontaneon. production of typhold, the most relihable and effectual preventive of which is Hunter's odnurleoe disinfertant. Chemists, grocers, and In bulk cheaply from Samuel Lowe, tram terminus, Collins sreeot woest.-(AnvT) Lon't Throw Away. Dnn't thrw awayr your old eroons, rorkp, cruetu, salvers, tea and onifee aerviceq, oak. h 'scete, aperanes. etc. Band them to John Danks and Son's,...

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OUR RAILWAY GRIEVANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 23 June 1888

VIUR" RAILWAY GRIEVANCES. 'rRAVELLERs on our lines of ril way during--the. past inolement weather have found it very annoyi g to sit with a cold draft sweepi g across the oarrigesMlleeausdtltiulddy windows are either broken, or tie leather straps for lifting them up have entiroly vanidhed. Sometimes also windows are found to obe so co nt plotely jammod thl.e aflforts to lift or close themr ' 'td6 Yif6dt" i We have no inclination to be contina ally forretingl filittle or big griv. anoos, but surely these matter s re sulliciontly vatent to attract the 4t.. liNi~l1WiH"'tri"o-WdikdSif lif unless t i© autlhoritios are abnormally obtuso. A writer in the ") Daily Telegraph" t1 is week thus gives-veont to the tray 1 lors' grievances; he says with 1 Speights advent, and the disapporlI enoo fLý9 th9 earth of the late tralIo Iafad A , f-.41Pa' s popularly su5ppossd that the railways would be worked t pay, and in the publI'd)Mthfd Is sfý ir evident, howevor, that the two resu tW to be attlii-i6...

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THE OUTLAWS OF TUNSTALL FOREST. A ROMANCE OF THE OLD WORLD. BOOK II. THE MOAT HOUSE. CHAPTER IV. THE PASSAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 23 June 1888

T_ OUTLAWS OF TUN STALL FOREST: .A R:; MANCE OF THE OLD WOBLD. -Er ROBERT LOUIS BTEVENSON, Auther oR *^ lreastre lalnd," te. BOOK II. THE MOAT HOUSE. CHAPTER IV. THE PASSAGE. passage in which Dick and Joanna now fe themselves was narrow, dirty, and shot At the other end of it a door stood partly open' the same door, wirthout --d''ubt, they lad heard the man unlocking, $aeY, cobwebs hung from the root ; and the payed flooring echoed hollow under the -lightest tread. B yond the door there were two branchee at right angles. Dick chuse one of them at random, and the pair hurried with echoing feelattpe along the hollow of the chapel roof. The top of the arched ceiling rose like a whale's back in the dim glimmer of the laui. Here and there were epy-holee, con eelad on the other side by the carving of the ae ce : and looking down through one of these, Dick saw toe paved floor of the ohalel-the altar, with its burning tapert sad stretched before it, on the steps, the f~ure of Sir Oliver pra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 23 June 1888

Colleges and Schools. "FiNs CORONAT OPus." ,, BRIGHTON UIADlES' COLLEGE (1 Elles re, e " ST. ANDREW STREET, Near the Town Hall PRINCIPAL : MRRS J.'HAINES, ; (Late of Clifton Hill Ladies' College), For several years teacher under the Board of Education, Assisted by MISS A. E. COX. jEnglish Literature and Mathematics, ,. GRENFELI, --BA4, L.L.B. French and German, HERR OTTO MULLER. "]Drawing and Painting, J. F. JONES, ESQ. Pianoforte, T1"J.JHAMMONI),EsQ. ,- ,·r, S lMrss BURTITT, A.M., MRS. ORR, and Miss A. E. COX Calisthenics, MISSEs DICK and"MOON."; Resident Governess: MISS A, E. COX. TERMS (Payable in advance) Day PuIPIls' I i Ii English'(as below), alo sngages .. 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, Music, and Painting _L' Fifteen Guineas per Temn; !ENGýiISH in its vanrous branches com prises Reading, ...

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AUSTRALIAN WIDOWS FUND Life Assurance Society, Limited. HEAD OFFICE: CORNER OF COLLINS AND WILLIAM STREETS, MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 23 June 1888

X., "-s RA S'Life Assuirance Society, Liimited. j HEAD OFFICE: CORNER OF COLLINS AND WILLIAM STREETS, MELBOURNE. N.s · INNERN L1fFE PE EPT-, yam .~9I ~"NOR", WI~AT )~A.SOCCURRED .MAY OCCUR, AGAIN. sJHE aibEovelwood-cutlillustrates a pleasant' Sdomestic scene. The head of the household- belongs .to the in telligent artizan class. He : in fill health, rand vigor. He has just come home, and a cordial grecting is bein~g 6e42ededitolhin byhisYTi ? wife and children. But what is it that make's liiliface so radiant r to-day ? Has he some pice 'of n'ews which he - has not yet made known to his family ? Yes. What is it? 4pniWhy,'i is a rid-letter'dayin .liis'i , history. He has assured'ihis life iniiAt'hAus'Rit`fi ,Winows' FUND SOcIEi{y T He ha assred hiiself inder TableTTIII `hich enales~ himi to2 draw out the amount of liis assurance, together.avith q ", all the accumulated profits, on his' attainiing 60 .60 years of age. And thus he has comhHome happy . in the thought that he has made a d...

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OAKLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, JUNE 21. Present—Crs. Thompson (president), Wilkes, Lavidge, Taylor, Marshall, Lconard, Wilson and Willis CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 23 June 1888

OAKLEIGH .SHI E ,GOUM 1 , c t Txruass AN , mod'"~td ra Tho pson (presidet), a Taylor, Marsh 11, conard, i son and WVillis. CORRESPONDENCE. 8 En' p ibf; ,uggl', bnn eb if of the Congregational Church truste &g:',tlIRSE ci s rg~Pt,:ps ,itl;rrf eiFB]ýI' I to permit them to exec a apop o site the chnmiliJfr6pior the council to do so.-Permission given for the tr tees to erect it-and.the couneil to li . same. Frpmn fQaShilaptoppafield, saki ag n lie eguncil to pay partof tile cost f dplDl~ hann~el on Wj't ieo road.-Agreed to. From the Si.ijr: pf Nunawading re a heap of mietal chargod heen for y Contretg swlt nntbgy1 desired toi. know' whither sucll ooil was t to proportyrltjith sganpilyf the slire of Oakleigh or of Mullens.-Thio su ae tary ft rgply tlrytt it lcloeigcd to tl is shire. From McsersbrnGillott, Croker a d Snowden, stating that they had h" t n iSMaCBSQildkllrfi;{liliS aldiltii"ýigmt1 1G it1 favor of thoe hiyq.cpiuPc cil in the m t ter of Wdison n il wirfo v. Oalci h shi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 23 June 1888

L, Stevenson At Sons Limited, Contilnuog tho *u inese of L. BTEVINSON and SONS, Establlehod 1828. Bead Ofnfo: 14 Fliaders Lane East, IBelbourse. CAPIIAL, C800000. Incorporated under tbhe ampales Statute,18086. DIfEUIOBB: Tho Hon. 0. H. Jamlues, M..J.; the Hon. Edward L ngoo; J. Lloyd otobetS , Eq., . Morray Smith In nodition to their ordioary busoneos, will be pree prepared to exeoout INICOTd for AL0. OLa8058 of MEtOHANDIS And will nodertake AGENOIPS eisher far UUYINO or SELLING. rho company are open to receiveo depolts at fvarsbian rates. G8ORQe BISTEVENSON I anaing G. P. BBIND SBKit8ES RT uTRVhSO0N oDiror.. .0. STEV ltfolN Maeaoriv Direcbor, London. ALBERT BUILDING SOCIETY. -BC AD OP DIR8OTOB. EDWARtD WATEHS, Eeq . J.P., Chairman. Hon. F. TD, DCRAM,M.L.A. J.A. KITOBEN, Mq. JOHN BEBWIODsK, Esq J.P. H.J. LAN.DON, Esq., J.P. - MANAGER: A. E. M*LSNNAN. OFFERS SPECIALA ADYANIAGTS To - (VA SITOEi. D P8Oi.0U10, and BOBBOWERBS. leased dally at premium ct 7k ed. DIPO ITOS for ii months rea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 23 June 1888

l : Special. PLEASANCE'S SPECIAL TINCTURE OF rt, º;: PODOPHYLLIN .The beat remedy yet discovered for, Biliousness, Bilious Headache, Constipatien, Heartburn, Indigestion, and all Maladies arising from a sluggish Liver. : PLEASANCE'S i".SANTONIA WORM SYRUP A Never-failing Preparation for .Removing rd ': and Destroying Round or olojeiwmrrrat ' :'Thread Wermsin n ,wolrrt{"( ,; .. ; Adults and Children. ,1, Souldany.of the symptoms briefly, gi n, Sbeloneno'ticed,.the presence of Worms l) Labe safelyconcluded :-Restless io"'H1`'1 Heses, irritability, grinding: the.?'{! - .. t;i teeth atnight,starting dnr- ,f. ing sleep. picking the1 '. 2 r. irti b n=ose, dark rings, Unier the 'eyes, variable'. '' i' it '.appetite,'&"c.;,,, { SOLD" IN.BOTTLES 2s. EAHF {n TyphFoid Fever' ",{Thb +rnm pathic Remedy for- Typhoid Fever;, "tfl t o '; "PLEASANCES SPECIAL.,; =TINCTURE OF BAPTISIA The presence of Typhoid, Enteric G astiic, ofr Colonial Fever, as "the disease! = - is varkinuly. termed;'is b...

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FRAGMENTS OF FUN. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 23 June 1888

FRAGMENTS OF FUN. MAeD, guBhingly : 'Oh, Clara, my dear, do look at my engegement-rng T Won't all the girls be dying of envy? Actually three solitaires l' OLD bachelor patient: 'Doctor, I feel miserable in mind and body What shall I do?' Doctor (gruffly): 'Take a wife.' * My errand here to-night,' esid a yoeac lawyer to a damsel ori whom he had called. 'reminde me of the cry of an owl. * Indeed, said the maiden, * whattes your errand here to-night?' ' Courtebip. To wit. to woo.' LrrrrIE bCharlie wasee visiting his three old maid nunties, and one night they had damson preserves for eaupper. Ase OCharlie emacked his lips and passed up his plate for morne, he remarked: ' I'm very fond of preserved damoele.' Toe San Francisco Argonautb adapts the Bard of Avon to the ocnasion, and says: All the world is a jungle, and all the men are tigerse. If this be true there are lots of tiger maesquerading in asses' skins. DOcToR: Did you say to your husband, Mrs. Hendricke, that if agreeable to him...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 23 June 1888

Drapergdand Grocers. X. NK2 LADIES, the' New Goods are just opened for,. _the coming S~eason.i Try and make it, onvenient to" come and see them. I shall be glad to send you samples. The alue this season beats all in the past. t Dress Tweeds, Checks and Plain Dress an immense variety. Calicoes, Sheetings, Cambrics, White 'EIiiiboidcery.illwidths.' -..- .-A fine-Stock of Everything- to choose .Payne's i1 rodm at _ ;Iii' · , · " 5; a _l49, Bo7nrk'e street Eiast: 149 ! ELSTERNWICK ~I I RAILWAY OR OCBERY ST 0 RE: W. " COLLINS,, Family Groce r. WOOD; COAL.& GENERAL:' PRODUCE ood of BestQaity at Ivry ,Moderate ,Pices.; 1. Special.Advertisentents.j General House Paionter, °' 7:·'. r'''. Decorator, . 7 ' , Good Workians p and Best Materials oe Giiarante Ped.` ;..' H-eiag treet,A Armadtslens. ''mi, on 'E Eimates .'G M0_N T .COO ;E ,tj . PETER & CABtor ETMA& i46gh Streets Stree 31 ` Estimates given. Furniture Repaired and, .,Repolished.; SAll Orders promptly. attended ;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 23 June 1888

Banks. Coimmercial Bank of Australia (Limited) "uAnthorised Capital ... . ... 00000 -Subscribed Capital ... .. 2,600,00 ;Paic up1,000,000 aid .U p ... ... ...... .. . *** , .o, oo :Reserve Fund '... - * 0,000 c Z5) D O1 oS-80 COLLINS ST. rW-., I SMELBOURNE. london Office--Bihopsgate St. Within, S- corner of Leadenhall-street, E.. BRITGHTON BRANCH Corner of Bay & Cochrane Streets. Interest allowed on FIXED DEPOSITS highest current rates. SLondon office, .branche.and ' gencies of the Bank issued at lowestC S rates of exchange. . Bills Discounted and Advances Made. S,- WVW. M'Farland, .... . .. :- Manager. THE i ELBOURNE- : -SAVINGS ;,-BANX 92,000 Depositors 1 Funds exceed, £1,620,000 PosMiby every 99 oto100 of what may be called ,' " The Common-Sense Army" mire epositor5r - --r(-I,,; SOne bf tdie "ost avhlihble of~ v'irtnes is real common sense. Many people imagino they possess this when they do nothing of the kind. Anyone who spends me?e than he earns must naturally get into ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 23 June 1888

- -ý --It-o-s- -,c--T--O I S 01F THE ýQ$A~W 1°OryEjPAIAE COMPANY, ,1 110 BEý.REQISTERED. CAPITAL : £30,000, in 30,000 Sh r a fo1dn' clloD of "i£ ;esack. l%) Payable 2 Gd on Application, 2s Gd on Allotment, 2s Gd at Three Mon ha, and 2s Gd di" 'rx Months. . Rebat at the rate of six per cent. per annum upon .*ldei4 intarin',iAdasceit" 'uv·r It is not anticipated that any further C Us aniT ;rillibp:necessarxryo: il.Ja;oA) Prov osia titDirectors t HON. T. BENT DAVID ABBO T, Esq., J.P. T"Vf. WILLIS, Esq. W. T. MOFFATT, Esq., J.P. Ihems 7o ogil iA'iAAEIOWDEN, JEsdP .istfI uo0110PWVl utTr)n waJsifW cmos 11(1 ,:loon& II qu(Ig ke,1 a 1 n(ob ,mlouiA Architect : .n1w1l CHAS. D'EBRO. abaoblib Lano ,sl'-r^n'i Rertoil Solicitors .otoblloo vBOT&EALES. a totan21 orf f~ nulr n3( 1 O de n inI1 eri'I iunibluwlo o iBrokcrsl:t iLanniU -; tBiB.liMERC' tLLE ee FINAN E Ji10fl0 , JuoxPAyto Ili & EDlg 46 ELIzAssTH STREET:1 o o o o `ie & for Jhe '$ll@ a "O (Gik "rtiýNtaý' eil6n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 23 June 1888

'I. ' peclalAdvertisements. i Sx OIT ALT Eu T HI 8'' iii. iDAVIDSN S'ot'' and' 'Shoe Wa'r'ehouse a o Cmmercial Road, : S o t varra ' u '`ppuesa first class article' at a cvery f '1:' moderate price. ,' 1 r The large increase in, his.business is I li best proof _that he gives satisfaction.:' -lirT tlOxie'trialiwil prove this,';i Ki t ~, ;i A i Ott -h n f : BRIGHTON. 2-W$1 C LARK, S o a CONTRACTOR' Fr A sihalting Lawn Tennis Corts, Gaden noL P riaths; Versndihas, Yards, Workshopsi ., jnol 80 .r; &ec. &c. 'dc. FHNaOGNG, CART'AGE, &d PLOUGHING. 'ON SALE :Metals;, Rnbble, '. * 4 i, p+11 :Screenings, Bricks, &c. SR.::RBAVINTON, " B , O'OT M A:EE R, t i. tPOINT' NEPEAN ROAD, 11 ' North Brighton.' I'l `"t "I 'f " ý' -'iT;.'ii ,,, .,,t,, ,,,: ? 1,.117 · * '' R I 1I·i¶t COMMERCIAL ROAD DRAPERY S.. WAREHOUSE : DUNLOP & EDWARDS, ,; ,FAre now showing a choice selection 'of . NEWI' WINTEl3 MILLINERY MrirANTLES & DRESS GOODS, Ladies' Tailor-made Jack...

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MALVERN POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, JUNE 16. Before Messrs. Hunter, Edsall, Lewis, and Dr. Eccles, J's.P. IN[?] [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 23 June 1888

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