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SALES OF PROPERTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 7 July 1888

SALES'OF PROPERTIES. Messrs W. R. Looker and Sons re port the sale of the Centennial estate, Oakleigh, every lot being rapidly dis dosed of, at prices - for IDandenong road, from £5 5s to £3 7s 6d per foot; Clyde street, from-i£ 15S to £1 10s'per foot: Total armoint' for sale, £3,836, 12s ,Gd. .,Also the .sale, on Saturday afternoon of business and villa.sites in the 4Como estate, Malvern Every lot was sold iii -less than half an hour, at prices for Glenferrie roiid, from £41 to - £22' per foot; Dande nong road, ; £14 10Osa per foot; Como street;,: £6 2s' 6d to £6 per foot. Totalramount for sale, £8,563 i1s 2d: Messrs M'C1uie, Valentine, ' and Co. report having held (in conjunction with Messrs Martin and Graham; and .Mir Sydney Arnold) liko thbid sele of 'tbe Hoddle Estae, and sold :evey' lot on the pln. Tottal'' amioutnt of sale, £5,869's:'" .. 'SdU Messts Doyne and Co., report the follovwing sales for the month ending 3Qth June' -liHigh stibet' Armadale, clbse to railway gates, la...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 7 July 1888

I unaeouunl un'annrwapr ANArulx a~ LUU Iust eficaolons preparation for thise conm plaint b;quickly rolieves and restoresathey system to its natural condition,-(Advt.) NERVOUS. MEN, young and old, married or single sufferindg from Nervous Debility, Prematuro Decay, Lose of Manhood, Vital Power, and all diseases of the Genito Urinary Organse, may obtain, free, a valuable trneatise by an eminoent Burgeon, containing full informua tion regarding self-treatment, by applying by letter to Box 10l81, G.P¶O.* Sydne',u Thousalids lHastened to their . Graves. By, replying on testimonials, written in vivid glowing language of soime miraculous onres ni ade by some largely puffed doctor or patent medicine has hastened thousands to their graves; the readers having almost insane faith that the same miraclo will be performodon them, that these testimonials mention, while the so-called medicine is all the time hastening them to their: graves. Although we have J. G. YANDELL Consulting Herbalist 82 Cha...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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How to Light a Lamp With a Snowball. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 7 July 1888

How to L'ght a Lamp With a Snowball. An American co temporary, the "Na' tlonal Eduator," gives the following three carious experiments, which may not bhoenow to the professional chemist, bnut will be of interestto the chemist student. When a small piece of poanassim the size of half a grain of corn is dropped into a tumblerfnul,of water some of the oxygen of the water leaves itse hydrogen, owing to the intense haat which the chemical notion produces, and combinee with the metallic potaslam, cane. log a violet bluish flame. When the pleae of potasnium is placed on the wick of a coal-oil or alcohol lamp the home pro" docod by tounohig thepotassium with a hit of anow or ice or a drop of water will inflame It Fire under water can be produced by pl icing a small piece of phosphorus in a conically-shaped glass filled with water and some orystals of chlorate of potash covering the phosphorus, and then pouring through a long tuge funnel, or a clasa tubs, a few drops o' an'pbhclo acid down a...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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CAULFIELD POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JULY 2. (Before Messrs. Holland, Watts, and Maxwell, J's.P.) INSULTING BEHAVIOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 7 July 1888

CAULFIELD POLICE COURT. YONDAY, JULY 2. (Before Messiars. Holland, Watts, and S`.Maixwellh J s.P.)Y - INSULTING BERAYVOUR. N.W. Andrews, a roughlooking navvy, was charged by Constqlle Jordan with insulting behaviour, as also with' making use of filthy and obscene language on the 25th ult., at the Caul field Club Hotel. The constable depledthat shortly Ilefore eleven o'clOck O ti day men tioned, defendant, who was mad with drink, went into the bar. of the Caul :field Club Hotel and challenged every. body to fight him. A general row ensued, and in the sonffle and attempt to eject him' several panes of glass worn broken. He arrested accused, who went quietly towards.the lookup for a' short distance, and then suddenly throwing himself down he gave ex pression to foul and filthy language. The constable further stated that the conduct. of' a number of navvies and othersi copgregating about the 'neigdbourhood of the hotel was per feoctly disgraceful. They, commenced their scenes of debauch...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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BENEATH AN AVALANCHE OF LOGS. (NEW YORK SUN.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 7 July 1888

BENEATH AN AVA NOHE OF LOGS. (zcw YOBRh SUN.) LIVERPOOL MILLS, PA., 31st Maroh.-On Tuesday, below here ,nPine Creek, a jam of logs ocoorred on the. bank, and the great pile could not be started down the bill to the creek. The logs were in such a situation that to find and remove the log that was the 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, John, and a man named Ryan, volun teered to go out on the logs, find the key log, and remove it. As they neared: the centre of the great pule William Jacques, who was ahead, cried out to his brother and Ryan to go back as he saw where the trouble was; that there was great danger .in removing it, and that it was needless to risk three lives. The two men refused to leave him, and he got them to go above the log on' whlich he stood, saying they could aid him better from that point. It was plain afterw...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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BISMARCK AND SON—UNLIMITED. (PALL MALL GAZETTE). [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 7 July 1888

BISHAROK AND SON- UN LIMiITED. (PALLC MALL oAzII!ws), There is no Emperor in Berlin; There is only Prinos Blimatok. The old Emperor is dead, the actual Emperor is lying on his tdeath -bed at. Charlottenburg; the next Empsror is a young man whose pride it is to She the devoted admirer and disciple of Prince Blamarck. The result is that there Sis a mayor of the palace at Berlin, and the nmayor of the palace seenme likely to make his office hereditary. Asan Amurath an Amu rath succeeds, so when Prisco Otto von Bismarck is gathered to his fathers the pre tent Count Herbert will step by legitimate heirship and the natural fitness of things into the vacan place. Count Herbert is a S.chip of the old block. He has been trained under a stern master, and he has followed Shis model sedulously, even in his brusquerie Sf manor, and when his turn comes he t hopes to prove that a second Biomarck is as possible in Germany as a second Pitt in idnglaud. And unlso Count Herbort is Sbelied, he has his ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 7 July 1888

:J STORY FOR TIE YOUNG FOLES.- - WI1 be oomm eoae ai iI nb teostnig ntis t.f Instructive story, " 87;1.Y , ... P. T. BARNUM -(Of Iensgerle Fame), KEtitlod MY PLUCKY BOY TOM; or, SEARCHING FOR CURIOSITIES IN INDIA FOR MY SHOW. rump' and Irrigation PIans The best hoeuse in town-John Danks and Son's, 42 Bourke etreet woest. First prizes at international exhibitions in Paris, Phila dolphio, Amsterdam, Calcutta, Sydney, and Melbourno.-IADVT. ) Mistress (to applicant)-How old are you, Bridget? Applicant (with a siah)-Ah, mem, noythur av nus will Iver see forty egin. For rostoring grey or faded hair nto its oialn DUNBTONE'8 IIilt RENOVATOILt Is epeiiail) valuable. Tbles i an elegant toilet prePration, andl onever fallsI to Osootelo the growth oand beauty of the balr ,and to render itdelightfully soet and glossy. It oar hatr loweak and falling oft just try a 2. ad hottie, and you rwill be well pl-sed wih the re.uis' of year psrehase. Bold by 411 Oasiset throughout so coloniss. it esesfel to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 7 July 1888

JOIdIM'E WAN & ' CO., " AND AGENTS, 41 SWANSTON tTITREET, MELBOURNi, Rave tse following PROPRItIIZs for ALe : BAOORSW MARSI.L-260AGCRtdich black oil, bemetead. permanent ueeh, fraced; &Il acru. SACCEUS .I I3S30 - VT &tmZo, Co eutldeisnu, feu ehk, three frontagie, home,. etabla£ BA MARSB.-h0 AbRES, black voleanlte 3 a01 a bomestead, ontbaoldlinges, creek; 818, BAGONUB NAR8RL-105 AOBCU. dairy farm. *ogdeee Sari.., etableS creek ;d a1csre. oTaDs IBTIUOOT -Opleadid A rbltral and D RlAR9r, petnansetly Improved; 1E aM sell 0; a 7 e ersie 6. ; 17 acre, d$. D ..bltONQ DMRILoc-co a1Olu; , Itaed. foutsbeemed houes, outbanlidige, black LoU; DANDBr0aONG DRBrOl.-620 ACRES, two frontages. eperior boses, outbaolldinge, tonaingg e1Sti8re, terms. ELTHAU. st A£I0e1, lb eultivated, house. cat belldina, orchard, river frontage; 98lacr% quartet saab. GIPPSLAND. TBARAL8ON.-StO ACRES, rriver frontage, all flats, sbdlvlded, good hoe, outbuloldiLoge; 0 temar. MOTWELt. 8 miles from et...

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A GREAT CRIMINAL TURNING AUTHOR. GEORGE BIDWELL THE BANK OF ENGLAND FORGER. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 7 July 1888

--.-.------ý.-_.....-..-.c-..- . -... A GREAT OBIMINAT- TUBNING AUTROB. Geonal BIDWELLs. THU BANS OW ENGLAND . Fonona. The quiet, modest appearing man whom a "New York Herald" representative met at Hartford, Conneoticun, the other day, would never, saya that gentleman, he nsuspected as one whose name had rang through the civilizec world it connection with this affair. His home is a neat and pretty verandaed country residence, close upon the broad main thoroughfare of this ancient town. BIDWELL DISOCUSSES HIS BOOK. "So the ' Herald' wishes to learn some thing of the character and ecope of my pro. posed book," remarked Mr. Bidwell. " It is nearly completed for thebo publisber's hands. * Porgag his Chains' is the title I have chosen, for it is a truthful history of my life, and reveals every thought, every aspiration and motive, which in the conrse of a criminal career served to forge upon me the chaine of crime. I nsuppose that no other man in all the world who has the capabilities an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 7 July 1888

am alteior, and Bath. John Dank. and o800 have a very large varlety always on hind. The cheapest and beet house in Melbourne; 42 only Bourke treog eastl.-(ADVT.) Bonovalonno and Solf.Intoroet Aitlod, T'his is so whan men and women at once, and by one not, benefit themealves nod their neighbore equally. Thoy aooomplieb this to 4om1 r'itent in all forms of sincere and die eldmina'inRg charity, but in none more really and practically than in the prevention of 'ypholid and diphtheria (in response to the appeale made almost daily by publio bodies and the Press) by use'ng in closere and drainse Unntor's inoomparable DI.infectant. Tine for nursery at chemists and grocers; in bulk, at one-tbird the coast, at Samuel L'we's, 187 Collins street west, sole agents for Victloria. IDnvr] Do nat fhol.o it potu fool waolk and do rreeod. nod out of "nets. that you ttmo a romoodn lo DUjBTOy'B COMPOUND ICIO4aONC of IVANOEILION. hit: todlolno pttilfno tho oloyd and tonsa up tho systom. It oono inodlklta...

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MALVERN POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 7 July 1888

MALVERN POST OFFICE. -0 ]3i an announcement elsewhere, it will be seen that a publio meeting will be held in the Malvern Shiro Hall next Monday evening at oight o'olock, to consider the question of the site for the now post and toloegraph oflico. On the fourtoonth of February last at one of 'the lairgest publio mnettings. over hold in the district it was unnai mously resolved "'l'hat in the oPii'ioii ,of this moeting tio neow post and telo. iaph office:for the:district of lalvern. should be erected immediately adjoin ing. th~e'shjrb ll, and that the .shire council be requested to give effeqt to this "resoliitioii " At0ý the regular meeting of the counoil immediately following this publio meeting, it was resolved to 'ask the Polico, Department wlhat'`ortion of their land they would give assa site forthie post. officeopro vided the council agreed to a similar grant of ;land.. This request was in due time answered by the department, who signifiedo their; willipgness to give telln feet ...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 7 July 1888

14 r LOCAL ITEMS. A circular has been issued by the Chief Secretary to the committees of management of free libraries.and me chaiiics' institutes 'thirobiighout the colony defining the conditions under which the Government grant for the purchase of books for free libraries will in future' ibe talloto&d. It "was,:;.; ;ascertained by Mr. Deakin that soiime abuses had 'crept in, iiad that mon ". obtainicd from the book grant had by a number of institutions beeni -misap plied. In some instances. the greater pairp 'of"the grant 'lbad"been spent ia building, and in other cases the money; was applied to maintenance. The circular states that in future no part of the money ,obtanined trom the,.book grant is to bo lppllied eithier'tomain tcnance or building purposes, but exclusively for tihe purchase of books. There is a special vote for building. In lie caso of the mechanics' institutes, whlich obtain a share of the book grant in proportion to the amount of local subscriptions, a now...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 7 July 1888

Colleges and Schools. "FINIS CORONAT OPUS." .BRIGHT0 "" 9C':bsOiL L Eks (" Ellesmere,") ST. ANDREW STREET, Near the Tewn Hall r an oarrA.:-, r30 , MRS' JHAINES, (Late of Clifton Hill Ladies' College), For several years teacher under the Board of Education, Assisted by MISS A. -E.-COX. - English Literalidu and Mahe?atics, f S. GRENFELL, B.A., L.L.B. French and German, HERR OTTO MULLER. Drawing and Painting, J. F. JONES, ESQ. Pianoforte, MIS's BUtrR.A:I' I.AM., MRS. ORR, and Miss A. E. COX :Calisthenics,;:.2 ". , MISSES DICK nid MOOa. Resident Governess: MISS A, E. COX.. TERMS (Payable in advance~ Isaiy Pupils : x) !5, l (" English'(as below), also Languages . One and half to Four Gnineas per Term Resident Pupils (under 12 years): English (ashbelow), also Langiages, Music, an'Painting ... Twelve Guineas peT erm Resident Pupils (over 12 years): English, (as below),. also Languages, Fifteen Giineas perýTerm' ENGLISH in its various branches eom prises Reading, Writing, Arithmetic (Ad van...

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MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JUNE 26. Present—Crs. Clarke (president), Benson, Robinson, Woodmason, Martin Heywood, Edsall, and McKinley. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 7 July 1888

IMALVERN SHIRE "OUNCIL. - TUESDAY, JUNE 26. Present-Ors. Clarke (president), Bei son, Robinson, Woodmason, Martiin,' Heywood, Edsall, and McKinley. i aORRESPONDENCE. The correspondencewas of a merely formal descriptioni, _andd consisteid of letters "a dt cirucilars fronri 'kindred municipalities on various subjects, which were received, and the circulars handed round the table to each coun cillor. REPORTS. The Public WbifEs' Committee re commended that all rights-of-way over 12 feet in width be pitcelil, as alan. that the surveyor ie autlhoriicd t toid.e the necessary steps for ol.t:aitsiui i supply of 30.0, yards of rpad imrtal.-= Adopteid.,`a 1 q. .ILS t ' Y 1 The Rate-collect.r reported the ro ceipt of rates amounting to £58 1s, leaving outstanding a suns of £18S0 11s.-Receivcd. The Inspector suibmitted his usual fortnightly report, dealing with thb' cartage, etc. of nightsoil, as also rd questing the council to itst uct the. Shire Secretary to insort notices ro the stamping andi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 7 July 1888

SSpecial. - Ye `. SI~B f` -SPECIAL TINCTURE OF PODOPHYLLIN The best remedy yet discovered for Biliousness, Bilious Headache, Constipatioeni, Heartburn, Indigestion, and all Maladies f ;---arising from a sluggish Liver. PLEASANCE'S SANTONIA WORM S- evr- SYRUP r Never-failing Preparation for Removing - and Destroying Round or i: .1 Thread Worms in SAdults and Children. Sliould any ;of the symptoms briefly given 'Abelowbenoticed, the presence of Worms =c5 oanbe safely concluded:-Restless-ib nn ness, irritability, grinding the teeth atnight,starting'dur ._ el ing sleep. pieking the i tdnose, dark rings " u dcr the' eyes, variable, -. Eiiu': y:'appetite, &o. SOLD IN BOTTLES, 2s. `EACH ~Typhoid :.Fever! The Homc ioathio i emedy for Typhoid Fever, , PLEASANCES SPECIAL' .,r TINCTURE OF BAPTISIA.;; The presence ofTyphoid, Enteric, Gastric, or Colonial Fever, as the disease is vairiously termed, is becom ing alarmingly on the increase in this colony. The atten tioni of the public is d...

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 7 July 1888

AGRICULTURAL NOTES. What the Americana would term a "cold snap" was experienced all over the colony for three or four days last week. It is many years since so many daysof continuous cold weather has been felt. Snow fell in all of the moro elevated districts, and, in fact, In some parts where snow had never been known to fall before then, white drift was noticed to form oscasionally in the atmosphere. The endden " cold snap" will have the effect of checking the young crops and the grass for a time, but as mild weather has again set in, vegetation will quickly revive. There has been a considerable amount of rain in South Australia during the past week, accompanied with cold weather, and followed by bleak winds. Correspondents to to "Observer" still record that eowingof cereals is being continued, although they all speak of sowing as being nearly finished in each canoe. There is still a fortnight to three weeks during which sowing may be continued in the late districts with good prosp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 7 July 1888

ADIES N s arep opendq for the ouning Season. Try and make it convenient to come and see- them. I shall be glad to send you samplois. The value this season beats all in the past. Dress Tweeds, Checks and Plain Dress . an izmens a va4.l W. A :,.obes. ` b== rou soe ryx Iw"li dthicdb A fine' tMcE 'if iEyirytliing tpool c6 se __rom at 149, Fourkestreet Ea . 149), Special Advirtisements. I 1a la1 iouse WPainter, e.. +stiit~umnDecorator, &c.,va :.rli .~r1 HA R11(:Guarated ' Estimates Given. i' firis/',*!aŽ., .·l'ý. 1'; II CI ( ! i "'i. l;';: rt F H MONT GOM ER Y, ','- r u ýr.'"( {-l t) ý% .,?.":: ..:" i , "C AR PEN TER & tCA BIN ET M A KESt e ,, 1.b L(,Est ifitos given. F. adin ure t1Iteiiia AM anddepopsid. All Orders promptly attoiended to ,Music Warehouse. . FEISS BROS., MANUFACTURERS - -n OF. orchestrions,' Pianos, Harinonihins, Organs, 28D CHAPEL BTREET WINDSOR. Musical Boxes, Violins, Fancy .Figures. Concertinas, Accordions, &c;.Re paired at Moderate pharges. P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 7 July 1888

Banks. - Ceom ercial Banki;of "Australia (Limited) r Aut orised Capital Snl bodr Capital ... 2,600,000 ra I ... .. 1,000,000 ResveFund,. i 6000000 HAH OF s'E--30 COLLINS ST..W. -"MELBOURNE. London Ofice-Bishopsgate St. Within, S corner of Lcadenhall-street, E.C. BRTGHTON BR ANCH Corner of -;Bay & Cochrane Streets. terest'allowed on FIXED DEPOSITS:, hisghest curren2yrate5. '.? i= D nvt iLondor :offiice1 bwranches and agencies of the Bank issued at lowest rates of exchange. - bills Discounted and:AdvancesrMadei t ~ ~ ~ `` m..1i` rliinci,,. Manager. fI f_ ,i z"1W ý THE 4 EL b-(NE - T s QaVLNGS7 A . 92,000 Depositors I Fonds exceed, £1,620,000 Posaibly everj o9100t:of100 oflwhat may be called " The Common-Sense Army" iare depesiporsii ? ' II I? "I r On e o f th vu uble of -virtues is real common sense. Many people imagine 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 bette...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 7 July 1888

T OP N OF BRIGH TON. -I-- STREET PLXNTIN G.7 Applications will be received by the Council up to Monday, July 30th, from rate. payers desirous of having trees planted in. streets fronting.their properties, conditional oi paiynient of half the cost.: ' t v d EDWARD LUCAS, Town Hall, Brighton Town Clerk. : June 80th, 1888. ~. , T O W N OF BRIGHTON. REMOVAL :OF HOUSE 'RUBBISH. Applications will be received from rate payers desirous of availing themselves of a weekly service of the DUST CART for the removal oo house refusefrom'their,piremise's for±'the' ensuingi 12 months, at a minimui ':EDWARD LUCAS, Town Hall, Brighitoni, Town Clerk. June 30th, 1888, TOWN OF BRIGHTON 1r,,TENDERS:wmill bie received up Ito p.m on Monday, the 16th'.July. fo °''11i l emodal 'of Hose' ltefuse from yards and premises of ratepayers., .,. ii S2. Formation and Metalling portion of Willan street. l,. r.">! } ' A : ;: "3. 'Gravelling or:, Metalling portion of Park street, lsternwick.. EDWARD LUCAS.. T6w"iXall;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 7 July 1888

a Special evcrscsncflts. N'-'·O N "'? ATA E THIS??': S -Bboot· and Shoe Warehouse; S",! :Commercial Road ^..' ·i,% · ?; ^sb.:o.:t;.Y'd., ;a'r: r. a,+,. ;"Supplies a first-olass *article at .a :very ' .moderate price.,; . : 'i' :'riie large increase in hi' business, is ': , :the bebt' proof that he -giTes c satisfaction:..i ,n -; ., e tri9wa;will prove; this,. t:: SBARKLYi & PARLIAMENT :STREETS S;. ii; : "'BRIGHTON. 'M.CLRK, .-.:: CONTIRACTO- :. F or Asphalting Lawn Tennis Courts, Garden ; Paths, .erandahs, Tards, Workshops, " . . " , &c., &c. &c. ;, '. ENORIN; OArTAGE,*&" f PLOUGHINCG :: 1t ' : ON SALE:--Metals; Rubble,"' S . ; . Screenings,,Bricks, &c.,- . J:: JR :BAVINTON, r ..O0TMAlKOER :POICTi ;i NEPEAN RO'AD, North Brighton. U NL 0 `AN'Dt;.i lEDWARDS Beg to' intimate that plior:to their annual STOCKTAKING,' ;: theywill: offer, iduring the remainder of Jun te dthewaole of July, the balance of their WINTER STOCK AT~ IMMENSE REDUCION...

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