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THE OLD STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 7 July 1888

THE OLD STORY. Smith to Hunter (who recently entered into the bond. of wedlock): * Well, old boy, how do yon like it since you joined the "Royal Henpecked Cluub?"0 Hunter: * Well, old fellow, moeriagebhe ite joye, but then there.am drawbacks, you see. Smith: 'Thet' so,. but I hope yen are quite suited to each other' HuBanter : * Why, certainly. I worship the ground-which is coming to her from her frther, and th. teoner the old man turns it over to her the better r

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A MEAN MAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 7 July 1888

A MEAN A[N. The meaneet man on record jumped aboard a tram oar the other afternoon. Every seat res occupied, and what did that man do bnh look oneut of a window and whisper something about a dog fight. Of cours no man could k-ep his sear under mech a provocation. When Brown bad looked in vaio for the dog ight, he also looked in vain for his seat. It was completely hidden by that mean man, who was so deeply interested in his paper as to be wholly oblivious of everything else. Bet Brown had his revenge. A lady soon entered, and before anyone could offer her a meat, he punched up the mean man sad aid: " Will you please give this lady a seat, sirTl Then they hung on to the strap, and glow ered at eacho other until their brows aohed.

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
How to Light a Lamp With a Snowball. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 7 July 1888

Now to L'ght a Lamp With alsnowbal? . Au American o temporary, the heNa tlonal Edunator," gives the following three carions experiments, which may not benew to the professional chemist, but will be of interest to the ohemist student. When a small piece of po selium the sie of half a grain of corn I. dropped into a tomblerfulof water someof the oxygen of the waler leaves its hydrogen, .wing 'o the Intense heat which the chemicel action produces, and combines with the metallie potseel?m. nase. ing a violet bluslh dame. When the pleas of potaealas- Is planced ' on. te wink of a neal-oil or alcohol lamp the hame proe doced by touchingthepoteasium with a bit of snow or Iceora drop of water wdllilsame it Fire under water oan bh produced by placing a small piece of phosphorus in a conically-shaped glase flied with water and some crystals of chlorate of potash enverlng 'ho phosphorus, and then pouring tercugh a 'oag tu-e funnel, ora lase tube. a few drops o' sa'phulio acid down on the mixtu...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 7 July 1888

N ! W STORY FO?ThE YOUNG In aeib week a'uaua Wki be commenced a bltgbh laeteesting and S"nstuctin altory, P: 'T: BARNUM (Of MenageDle Fame,: nuuald - MY PLUCKY BOY TOM; Or, SEARCHING FOR CURIOSITIES IN INDIA: FOR MY SHOW. . . ..1 rump, sad Irrlgatu Plast The best house in town-John Dank. and SBo's, 42 Bourke street west. First prizes at international exhibitions in Pari, Phila delphi, Amsterdam, Calcutta, Sydney, and Melbourne.-(ADvT.) Mistress (to applicant)-How old are you. Bridge. t Applicant (with a sig)-Ah, ees, naythur av s will ier see forty egin. For restoadng grey or fdud hair to its origina DUN?TONt'BS HAIt REZOVATO uo etpedall) valuable Tbisie an elegant totlet preparation, and evor falle to promote the growth sad besaoy of the har nad to reder lldsltehtlutly sol ad gloesy. I| your bdrlwi nwek nd ftler 1. Just troy a 1 d. bottle, and you wrllt be well plemed with thi ?toutm. ofyourparebaee. 5odby?il emleteathumso? ta.. eCOOieB, Be caroful to.kf0 DUto TOsI3 'eIpre pratlo, ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BENEATH AN AVALANCHE OF LOGS. (NEW YORK SUN.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 7 July 1888

BENEATH AN AVALANCHE OF LOGS. S (NEW TOBK SUN.) LlvYEi 3oor MIa.S. PA.. 31st March.-On Tuesday, below here on Pine Creek, a jam of log. occurred on the bank, and the great pile could not be started down the hill to the creek. The logs were to such a situation tint to find and remove the log that was tho key to the jam was a task of more than usual risk. The men worked at the jam from the outer edges nearly all day in vain. At last three men, William Jacques, aged thirty, his younger brother, IJobn, and a man named Byan, volun I leered to go out on the loge, find I the key log, and remove it. As they neared I the centre of the great pile William I Jacques, who was ahead, cried out to his t brother and Ryan to go back as he saw where the trouble was; that there was I great danger in removing it, and that it was needless to risk three lives. The two I men refused to leave him, and, he got them I to go above the log on which he stood, saying they could aid him better from that I point. ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
UNFATHOMED QUICKSANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 7 July 1888

UNPATHOMED QUICKSANDS. : On of the greatest difficoulies of railway on.uttotio , in the 8outh western States of America is (" Iron" sayr) the frequent ccore. zence of quicksand. in rivelts. In .uilditg he anesas Paifio and Atchiol, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroads. acoording to Me H.,L Carter, railway contractor, there was frequent experience of this. From Western Kansas to the mountains quicksands are to be found is nearly every stream, no matter how emall sad so euceeastuUy bridge them required an expenditure out of all proportion to. the width of the atream to oe crossed. Pile-driving wasoe tried, but the longest piles dieappeared without touching the bottom Then filing with earth and stone was attempted, and met with equally poor ensutees, as the quicheands were ap. narentl, capable of swallowing the entire RookL Mountains. The only means of cross ing the rivers was found to be to construct abort trues bridges aernes them. Tbis wa very expensive, but wse the only thing to be done....

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Before You Say Good-bye [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 7 July 1888

B Refore You Say Good-bye. Ah I 'hippy hours we've lingered'?ere, - Banea'n the lieteniog moon. Why didyoo come at all, my dear, To fly away ro on? Yet hbut a moment longer slay, Nor hear Time's jealous call! I've told you much I meant to say, But I have not told you all. So take my hand! We must not part : While you my love deny. Oh. bear the story oa my beart Before you say good-bye! Since Srat I looked in your bright eyes, Since fret I heard your voice, LI felt that life held out a prize That bade my soul rejoice. Since then my heart, the whole day long. Singse on in love'. delight; And dreams hut echo love's dear song,. And ill with joy the nigbht. I look into your eyee again, And reek an answer there o?0 what was but a question then, SBut now a fervent prayer! cGave love for love'! My eager heart SIs wailieg your reply. Oh, say that we reed never pact " Need never say good.bye i

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 7 July 1888

Ga alieWJ snd 3Mb, Jobs Danh and Son have a very large varyiet alas,. on hand. The cheapest and beat bonae anIf Mlbourne; 42 onl7 Bonrke '"ýr at,-[=(ADVT.) Nonevulen.e ande sef-Itresst Allied. This is s" whsn mrn and women at one, sod by one sot, benefit themselves and their neichbuors equallr. They accomplish this to some extent imall forms of sincere and die otiminating charity, but in none more readly and practically than in .the preention of typhoid and diohtheria (in response to she appeals mnde almost d?if. by public bodies and the Press) by unDng in closets and drains Henter's incomparebl Di.infectan Tin for nursery at chemists and grocer : in balk. st onetlird the coet, at 8amuel LTtw'e, 1I7 Colline steet weas, sole agents fer Victoria. (envr ao ,ot fttre If ayou feel week sd deareeed, ued out otf mete. tht ynu hboe e amedv In DUOSTON'8 ? OOMIIOUID EcataCt ot D &Nl)ELON. rhi medicidne t urfle. hbe clod ad tonel up the ydtaem. It careh Indlm?ttoi and all forml oaf .ly...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MY FIRST EXPERIENCE WITH 'SMASHERS.' [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 7 July 1888

MY FIRST EXPERIENCE WITH 'SMASHERS.' BY Aw zx.Dgnehrive. The care of Olaydon v. Ltreom wee a very uncommon cas, and as t wasee the cause of my first experisene with ' emascer,' or makers of base money, it is neeessary that I should mention it before I describe the events in which I took part. Mr. Claydon appeared to be singularly anfortunate in hie cash transaotione with the people who traded with him. Several of those from whom he reoeived payments soeeeeded in pasling bad money into his hands, and as, in every case, the base o0ioe were counterfeit sovereignu, ha was ezposed to very serious loss. A few actual looses of this kind aurnsed him to look very closely at alt the gold he reeirved, and to adopt another plan by which he might trace the base col to the monroe from which it had come into his possession. When he received cash payments for hie goods he made of each sum so received a little peokage, and on the outside of the paper wrapper marked the amount, the date of reoeipt, a...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE OUTLAWS OF TUNSTALL FOREST. A ROMANCE OF THE OLD WORLD. BOOK III. MY LORD FOXHAM. CHAPTER IV. THE GOOD HOPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 7 July 1888

TH-E OUTLAWS OF TUN STALL FORE8L' & ROMANCE OF T"B .OL' WORLD. r ROiERT LOUIS STEVENSON, authoor "if ' tesswe. s.lad-," es. .:.,-8ooki II. MY LORD FOXHA~. CHAPTER IV. wan GOOD HOrS. Ab hour tharealter, Dick was bhak at the oiit and: Bagpipe breaking be fast, sneiving tha report of his meusenger and eadliari,. Duckworth' was still abent from rhoebby; and this was freqoently the cse, ?aej.plyed many part in te world, shared ma mlerernt inote"rt, and cooducud many vsiousAtfaire. He had founded that fellow. ship of the Black Arrow, as a ruined man longing for veneence mand money; and ye among thoas who knew him t.ees, he wu thoughbt no be the agent and emissary of the igrt kig-make of England, RBchud, Earl f Warwick. Ia his absence,' at any rate, it fell upon iechardd Shelton to command affaire in horeby ; and at he sat at mneat, his mind Sfail of cae. and his face heay with coCsidlration It had been determined between him and the Lord Fozham to make nes bold stroke that.evening...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 7 July 1888

: , . S i eclali Avertisements " : PALLOT AND WOODMASON' :10; Chapel Street, 10 ; PRAHRAN, TWO DOORS NORTH OF COFFEE TAVEjNi:X 6 -THE CHEAPEST FURNITURE WAREHOUSE -I--N-- South Yarra, Prahran, Windsor and St. Kilda.-?? How to Furnish a 8-roomed Cottage for £1.8 13s.i for net cash : . Dining-room Colonial Sofai, ith Squab and Bolsters ... ... ... £1 7 6 Cedar Chiffonicre Safe, Iolished 1 6 0 Six Cane hnirs ... ... .. 1 4 0 RoundTable ... .. ... 012 6 Table Cover .... - .: .... 05 6 Fendcrand Irons ... ... ... 012 6 Matting to cover room 0 10 6 Hearth .. .g. ... 0 6 6 Cornice Pole and Brackets ... 011 6 Slip Mat . . .. 1 6 Bedroo 0 Fll-size Beadatead.:: 1 10 0 'Palli'nsses ;..o .. ..£0 11 0 Full-sized Flock Mattrass ... 0 18 6 Flock h-olster:,, 6 0 Fwo Flock Pillows -... -.- ?-0 4 0 Wash Stand, with Towel Rail .. 0 9 6 Dres'singTable'(. ..j . Q.0.. 8 0 8 0 Full:size Toflt'Sct" .' ... 010 "6, One Canc_Chirr . 0,. 4"d Kitchen Table . l ... 012 0 Meaat Safe . .: . ... O 11 6 TwoChairs : ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LEADER. JUSTICE TO ALL SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1888. OUR CENTENNIAL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 7 July 1888

STHE LEADER. JUBTICR TO ALL SA.URIDAY, JULY 7, 1SS8. OUR CENTENNIAL EXHIBITION. Tini celebration of-the centenary of the foundation of the great island of Aus tralia will be attended by many circum stances and surroundings which will, there is not the least doubt, make tlie eventuinqueiitlhelworld's history. We have had the pleasure of paying a visit. to the Centennial Exhibition buildings,1 and were gratified on observing the: excellent{rgrbesstlat (sbe ing made' with this gigantic and noble under-, taking. The main portion of the building presents a very attractive' appearance inside, which will be con siderably enhanced when the various exhibits are placed in position, and the' immense scaffolding removed put of the wax. A cursory, glance round the' buildings slihows most conclusively thatl the Exhibition will be of a thoroughlys representative claractor, almost every; civilised nation o state under the sun. having some of its wares or produc-i tions to show what can be done in1 ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MALVERN POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 7 July 1888

{ ±MALVERNi POfST FICE. BY an announcement elsewhere, it will be seen that a public nieeting will be held in the Malvern Shiro Hall next Monday evening at eight o'clock, Ito consider:,the question of the site for the new post and telegraph office. On the fourteenth of February,last atone of the largest public mot tings ever held in the district..it was unani mously resolved "'That in the opinion of thisýin?ebting tho:new 'ootland tele graph-officefor-the district of Malvern should be erected immediately, adjoin i the shire halil, and that tlhe shire council be requested to give effect?to this resolution.? At# the regular meetind if (ilti council immediately following this public meeting, it was :resolvedaitoarsk tho!Polico Department what portion, of their land they would give as a.tite;foi;nthoepost?ofiic pro vided the council agreed to a similar grant of land;; "hist requestwas .-in dde timne answered by the department,.: .whorsiitilied "tlieir i?illingness'? ogi'e ten feet of tli...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 7 July 1888

LAWN TENNIS, Carlton v. Oakleigh, on the former's court, resulted in 'a victory for Oak leigli. Scores : Roberts and Miller (,Oakleigh) beat Robertson and Eagle. son (Carlton),.6-2, 6-3.;_andIrving and Flood,, 6--1, 6--0. Zorn and Hourignn (Oaldeigh) ieat Irving and FlRod. i(Oarlton), - 6-1,' 6-0, and ob anp Eagleson, ?6--.1 6-1. Total Games.: Oakleigh,.48- Carlton, The Cheltenham i awn Tennis Club held their eleventh)bi-annualgeneral meeting last Satunday_ afternoon on the groundW; : V ' imb` Smith, Esqj president of jto; club, in theehair. The treasurera'sbalance-sheet showed that the" past had beeni a very pros perous season,dand that the debt of the club had been: i?edtced to about £25i. The following, were elected office bearers :-Patrons : Hon: Thos: Bent, M.L.A., Hon. JameslBalfour, M.L.C., Hon.- O,-C. Jaies;-M:L.O:,-Hon.-John M.L.A., and M essis. D. 'Abbott, G. StaynorG.. Goff, E. L.-Vail,(C.J. Potts; ?is ttelnboroughbu. W.jtTaylr, Derbin Wilder, Harold Spaiks, J. S. Jenkins...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 7 July 1888

R*rEPOiTs. The Public Works Committee re commended that all rights-of-way over 12 feet; in iWidth be piitchdl l, s ialslt that the surveyor ho autlhtriscd ti t:,ki the rnecessaliTsteps 1'lb ?taii-,{n.i' supply of o00 yrd f rfad tum?.--. Adopted. The Rate.collect,,r leportcd the :rce ceipt of rates :amounitng to .L58 'Is. leaving outstanding a sumit of .£18?Q lls.--lReceied. The Inspectnr-aubn itted his usual fortnightly report, :;daling with fllt' cartage, etc. of 'nightsoil ap also vol questing the council to instruct thel Shire Secretary ti inortlnotices re thd stamping and adjusting of wright. and measures. --R?'ci'ctland _nticcs t9 bo?iserted' in¢1 hoI local paper4" anti posteirstpnntedla ttlc ru catePl. Attention vas called by iCr. Wood mason to the fact tlht stray animnald were sometimes impounded or detained and there was a probability of a valuF able animal being sold after the three days' notice had been ,given, and bet fore the owner saw such notice. j It was decided to ha...

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 — 7 July 1888

Draper; and Grocer. LADIES, the New Goods are just opened for the coming Season. Try and make it convenient to come and see them. I shall be glad to send you samples. The value this season beats all tresaTweeds, Checks and Plain Dress t -r -an-immense variety.. Calicoes; Sheetings, Cambrics, White :obes. -:.---Embroidory,,all widths.............. A fine Stock of Everything to choose Sane Payne's r149_ 1 Boourke street East. t149 Special Advertisements. -T', i . 00 KE, .:.ueneral Rouse Painter i -. ~,: t:' . Decorator, '&c., t4 SWorkmahtip and Best - Materials ii .,, ' 5-Gunranteed. t, .,,:.High Street, Armadale.: 'Estimates Given. i -a9 ;!: MO NT:GO E 9 RY, ,CARPENTER & CABINIETMIAKERE f.ri' Ir:, u 46f Ch'peh l- Street -d,'):• , RI.?, ..i A-H::R A:ri?:.;' Est mates given. ;:, .'Frirniture 'lepared and' e?Bepolished. tM4l7Al AUOrders promptly attenided to. ''d, " :,Music warehouse. . FEISS - BROS., MANUFACTURERS OF Orchestrions, Pianos, Harmuoniums, Organs, 12SD CIIAP...

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 — 7 July 1888

-1 Banks, ' Commercial Bank of Australia (Limited) :Authorised Capital ... ,0o,0o B Sbacribed Capital ... . ... 2,500000 paid.Up ..... 600,000 Beerve Fnad ......... HrID OFF1 30 COLLIN ST. W., . MELBOURNE. . Lo . " ae e: Ofice-BFhopn te St., Within., S corner of Ledenhall-street, Es. - BrTGHTON BRANCH- Comer of Bay & Cochrane Streets Interest allowed on FIXED DEPOSITS - highest current rates. .. . "' rates of exchange. Bills Discounted and Advances Made. W. Iand . Manager. THE M ELBOURNE SAVINGS BANK. Fi o dso -exceed, 1,6- ,000 Possibly every 99 out of 100 of what may/ be called ' , , i -ý ;- p_ S "The Comrmoi-Scnse rmy" are depositors. One of the most valuable of virtnes : - . , freal common sense: Many people imagi they possess this when they do nothing of the kind. Anyone who spends more than he earns must naturally get into debt. Anyone who loses opportunities of better ing his condition, does not keep his eyes open to his own interests, who goes in for -, : .the-expens...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 7 July 1888

-T Q_ý5'N O F... B I G H TON: STREET PLANTING. 9Appliati3 ? will be received by the Gotnceiliip tboMoiday, July30th, froni rate. payers desirous of having trees planted in streets fronting their properties, conditional on payment of half the cost. EDWARD LUCAS, Town Hall, Brighton Town Clerk. June i0th,1888 . : T O W N OF BRIGIITON. REMOVAL OF HOUSE RUBBISH. Applications will be received from rate , payers.desirous of availing themselves of a weekly seivice of the DUST CART for the removal of house riftisiefrom their premises for the ensuing 12 months, at a minimum cost. EDWARD LUCAS, Town Hall, Brighton, Town Clerk. Il June 30th,1l888;h1 s fl o"lw M :;.r TENDERS will he received up to 7 p.m. on.Monday, the}16th July'for-u+f i: ii. Renioval of House Refuse from-yards and premises of ratepayers. 2.Formation and Metlling portion of rWillan'street'Y, , :ta. . ortio 3. Gravelling or 3Metalling liortion of Park street Elsternwick. stsae,:i, 'i') 'hoEDWARD ITICASllI' STown rIallBrighton, ...

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 — 7 July 1888

Special Advertisements. A N NOT AT E THIS SBoot and Shoe Warehouse, S Commercial Road, SSou.t i Y a r r a, Supplies a - aricle at a very moderate price. The large increase in his business is: S the best proof that he gives, satisfaction. One trial will prove this, .BARKLY & PARLIAMENT STREETS BRIGHTON. WM. CLARK, CONTRACTOR For Asphalting Lawn Tennis Courts, Garden Paths, Verandahs, Yards, Workshops,:. .&c., &c. &re. FENCING, CARTAGE, & PLOUGHING. .,. . ON SALE:-' Metals,.iabble, .r * Scroenings, Bricks, &rc. J R. BAVINTON, ]BOOTMAXKER, POINT NEPEAN ROAD, North . Brighton. DUNLOP AND EDWARDS Beg to intimate that psiorto their annual STOCKTAKING, thejy ?ill offer,.during the remainder of June and the wholecof July, the balance of" their . . WINTER STOCK OF D=RA'PER'Y AT IMMENSE REDIUCIONS. STheir now Goods for Spring and Summer o're comiki' forward earl. nod. as ' their Shoprooni is litimited, the present Siock DUNLOP & ED WARDS...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SALES OF PROPERTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 7 July 1888

8ALES OF PROPERTIES ~o- AMessrs WV. R. Looker and Sons re port the sale of the Centennial estate; Oakleigh, every lot being rapidly die.s dosed of, at prices fur ilandenong road,from £5/5s to £3 ,s s 6d .per toot OClyde street, fromi £2 15s to' £I 10s per foot. Total amount .for.,sale, £3,836 12s 6d.?;-Al? the `sale on Satnrday afternoona of business and villa sites in the Como estate, MIalvern Every-lot.,was sold: in less:.tlhan half an hour, at priices for Glenferrie road, from £41 to, £22, per.,foot; Dande nong road, £14' 0l per foot; Come street, £6 2s .6d to, £6., per ., foot. Total aimount for sale, £8,563 16s 2d. Messrs M'Clure, Valentine, and Co. report having held (in conjunction with Messrs Martin and Grahm??ni and 'Mr Sydney Arnold) the third sale of the IIoddle Estae;"and'sold every lot on the plan. Tottal amount;iof sale, £5,869 15s. lMeasts Doyine and Co. ;eporti~ the following sales for the 'month ending 30th June :-High street, Armadale, close to railway gates, land ...

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