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Little Air. Talk with the Grown-up Clock. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 July 1888

L ttle Alr'. Talk with the Grown-up Clock. Ob, dear me, what a fuss ! Tick, tcck I tick rock! Piny, what ase you talking about, old clcok? For once in the night, when I was awake S'pose I was iok, cause I ate plum cake I heard you in the hball-tick, sock I tick, tock I Oh, did you have a pato, old clock, old clock I rick, tSck I you're a grownnp clbck, I know If yvu weren't you wouldn't keep talklnR so For eomeboly'd may, at juet the first word, ' Little folks' bob should be seen and not heard.' You are dreadful aunck up, I think, and tall, A,-d you don't like ni o little boys at all. For when eight o'clopk comoe you just'raise Ned,' So Jane will hear it and put me to bed. Dear me! I wish you won'd loose your tongue; Just me I used to do when I was youtng, And onmpny came and spoke to me fO0 couree you would toll shen'twas time fo, tea). S'pose the little clock mamma bought last epring, And Grandpa called a now.fangled thnlg, Is pour child ; and the resson hedon't go I 'canaes you'v...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A RIDE ON A BUCK'S BACK. (NEW YORK SUN) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 July 1888

A BIDE ON A BUCK'S BACK, (N=w Irox sur ) " NoanTIWCOD, N.Y., .30th Marh.--After S our days?of weather so warm that the crows -add bluebitdas came up from their southern tomes to asy. out the land, there was a dopi' t 'the thermometer so sudnden and -great ase to send everybody shiver. ~oi to the firoside while the houses snapped and cracked with reports like rifle sotes," The snow in the noods, whlol', up to-this: time, had had a fashion of getting nut from nuder the enowshoe', as th, woodsmen said, that was very provoking was now well packed, and there was a crust that would bear the weight of th. President of the Fat Men's Ctu. It was this condition of afftira that sot th. loungers at the po't office to talking abou' the woods in general and the peculiarities of deer and deer hunting, 'Itwas just such a night as this,' seld Johnny Jones, the village blacksmith, ' that I and Herb Conklin's father had to I ass il the woods without blanket or fire or any. thing to eat.. We were up on...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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THE MANUFACTURE OF CHOCOLATE AND COCOA. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 July 1888

THEJ MANUFACTURE 'OF :CHOCOLATE 'AND COCOA., Tile works now compiise foui- foc tories, numbered 1; 2, '3, 4; in 'tlihorder iii ~which they ihive.beein bnil:,. No. 4 is nbt yet coinlleted,: thioigh 'i',lihas alreadybeenutilised. To thesefactories i come the bags of uocoa beans,;of'the shape of ungainly .thick almonds, fron ' Brazil Surinanm, Grenada, yeanezuela,,'~r Trinidad; aild other of the West'Indian " Islands, and'Ceylon, thb last;, a'iew'andW' much esteemiied" source of ns.upply. Passing along,' corridors .liined, ith oblong blooks of cocoa and chocolate, I find myself ascending No.'3 Factory, till, ipon the top iiad eighth 'fidoi' the roasting room is reached.; A ',large portion of the floor. is,:occupied with bagsj containing from one to two owt. of beans, in their raw imipoited state, but ranged along ;the sides.are at least a sobre of roomy revolving cylinders huun over coke fires*." ;'Ishall not at tempt td "deal 'ibtioiilly ''with' the different floors 'on' which the., v...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 July 1888

Don't Throw Away. Don't throw away your old spoon0, forkc, -alvers, tes and coffee oorvices,epergnea to.; th.y will coma n wrF bhandy at .x',lbi'ion time, if you get them re.plated at John Danks and .Ann's, 42 (only) Bourke strees west. (ADVT.) DO not foogol. It youo fol wo." .'ad dopre',ed. and uat of moti. Ibtatyou hn.e ae rrmdr In iUNE1ONR't aO'JPOUND I~ddinetC t LtANitEI.iON. I i medicine puulilea the tloood atd tons up the symlotm. It ounon Indlote·tin and all form. of vler aempiep.ht nossonus toenlnels. loul, shetmaiItm. drop lot to decoy, and all dineasee .hloh have tbhir origln 1". Ssrlieyleb and disoldered ivee. Duntono'e Pile ar, eommeeood at a usaIni foully mledliine. Th-y Pleas tb. myahem and nromn.0 an joeanlie apDtoblle. Deonejenee Dandelion steemo. f. pee bottle; Dan. ohonal PU01. 1.. per boo, of al chbetaie.-(AOTTh 1 o N B U u P ! I 0 Nl1S" And all DIBBASZ8 of the CaunT Btlwceapultl~atrud B, PROFLBBOR EIADVORD, 18S Golllrn street wis nest spewuc street' SlIVE STOCK I...

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LITTLE JOHN'S LEOPARD FIGHT. (ILLUSTRATED SPORTING AND DRAMATIC NEWS.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 July 1888

LITtTLE JOHN'S LEOPARD FIGHT. (ILLUSTRATED SPORTGNO AND DRAMATIC: rEW.) . The other day I met an old chum, one whom I had not seen for years, and for whom I have always entertained the highest regard. He had not long since returned from South Africa, in whioh country he had boon spending the last eight or ten years. I was glad !inde d to see him, and, as it chanced, neither of us had any engage ment. I asked him to stroll with me to my club. He was nothing loth, for, like myself, he was a sufferer from the blizzard and the subsequont bad weather. He had b on mining for gold in the Transvaal, and lig ging for diamon-lI in Griqualand West with varying success, filling up loose intervals of time in sp ,rting expeditions to the interior ; and highly interesting were many of thu incidonts it his career, none more so than his account of a tussle with a leopard, and which I give hero, in, as nearly as I can, his own words :-It was on a return trading trip from the Zambesi country that the ...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 July 1888

LAWN TENNIS,. .. ?I. Cheltenham v.' Richmond: (trophy match, third divisioin).-This'jmatch, commenced on ..the. 2nd ,,:June,, fwas concluded last, Saturday: orn the: Rich, mond courts, andu resultedrirT the Cheltenhamn.winning-by-three.games.-- The icomplete scorsresareasfollows: S. Chandlerand .U1.,0. Comport (C.) beat Daly'aid Lutkey (R.) 60-, 6-,5 6-1, and -also- Oampbell and Paton ' (R) 6-5, 6-5, 6-4; T, Chandler and Corstorphan (0.) 'scored a?airst . Campboll. and, Paton (R.) 4-6, 5-6,15 .. 6-5, "aid' against'Daly 'and liukeyr (R.) 3-6, 4--,6, 0--6; 6totals. Chel-! 'f tenham 58, Richmond 5. Cheltenham v,i Melbourne I.I (non trophy match).- This match was played last Saturday, 'oii' the!' Mel-1 bourne courts, when.S., Chandler, and , H.' O. Ciomport (C.) scbred 'agaisti' Badham and Smale -.(Melb,) .6-0, 3-6, 5-4, and against M'Kie and M'Callum (Melb.) 6-3, 0--6, 6-3; T. iChandler ?'and Coirtobiphani' (C.) :;' scored against: M'Kie, arid' M'Oallum' (Melb.). 4--6, 2-G, 6-2,.and ag...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JULY 13. Before Messrs. Wilson, Sprigg and Crook, J.'s P. UNLAWFUL ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 July 1888

BRIGHTON POLICE COURT:. ,, FRIDAY, JULY 13. Before Messrs. Wilson, Sprigg and Crook, J.'s P. UNLAWFUL ASSAULT. Thos. Jones was charged.,with_hav:. ing committed an unlawful assault on Charles Bosworth at the Brighton Beach railway station on Sunday last. The evidence of complainant was to the effect that he and a companion went into the Refreshment bar at the station and asked to be supplied with drinks,"which the barmaid 'refused: to supply. Junes, who had been sitting in the refreshment room then came forward and struck complainant ,a violent blow' on the head which bled very freely. This was. corroborated by'two other witnesses, and Constable Holland, who arrested the accused, said that Jones said he had struck complainant'and' would do it again. Dr a Dr. Simons deposed to having dressed the wound on complainant's head', which appeared, to have :been caused by a violent blow or' fall. In defence Miss Adams and a lad named Coates stated.-that Bosworth and .Banks were very druiik a...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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A DARING CRIME. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 July 1888

A DARING ORIME. A prieoner named John ?tackson, alias Edward Graham, who was confined in 8tranngeways Gaol IAncheater, recentlym-ade a determined attack on the warder in charge of him, and then escaped from gaoL Jackson, who is described as a powerful, desperate, man, and is well known to the police, was engaged in repairing some buildings abut* ting on Southall street, in charge of a. warder, named Webb, and when Webb turned ronnd for some purpose, Jacksoneprang. upon him, and etruck him a teorriio blow ona. the back of the head with a hammer, the force of which knocked him to the ground in sensible. The prisoner.then ran up to the, roof of the building, and finding a means of exit, dropped into the street outside the gaol,. bolted across some waste land in Oheetrood, and disappeared. His esoape becoming. known, a number' of warders. set off n eareuit. They searched in all directions, but hbe man had had a good start, and had encceeded in finding a hiding place. The in jured warder...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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EGYPTIAN JUSTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 July 1888

As a esmple of curlous,adminletratlon of justioe read the following, h.biob obmos from Egypt, and whibli Il'caloulated to soothe those, who. rebel against the condition of affairfl in Noe York nnd bthber civilised pices. A citizen sit Khartoum, named Mahomot, just before "the elege, ontrust?d all his forctue--£1.600" co .n, friend, a miinur in Upp" : Bgypt who was to get £200 for taking care 'ofthe moneoy, When Khartoum fell the mia'our deoided that his friend had. died,.:put on mourninlug, and pocketed theo, money , as. the next friend 'nof' the?ri deceased man. WVhen '4obomet torned up the faithless friend denohn?n?~Bd'' i '~ l It'' an " impostor, and when 'Mhthrr6t"a'nf'for' his" wife to prove hb ws?e Mah'ome~ 'td'btd ithur samitted her identity, and .a mly fflesed to' marry her as an apt of regird.for his dcoeasud friend and to prove his belief that h'wewa a wividow. Wuen the ease came up for trial dhe local judgewated: tha mamur-to -give up L500 out of the'L1,600 the hadiuotten...

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MR. GLADSTONES METHODICAL HABITS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 July 1888

MR. GLADSTONE S ME'THODICAL HABITS. It is often said (ierites the London " S:ar.") that the papers are carefully kept' from Mr 'tlad;tone, and thuai he to in consequoucao poofoundly ignorant of public opinion. The statement is about ad true an the conclusion wbich is'drawn from it. Ev-rv morning the "Sandard," "Tlmes," and "Daily News" are laid upon the breakfast :table. and Mr Gtadetohe runs his eye rapidly over thb leaders and telegrams in ouch journal. The idei that he was not- allowed to "see adverse driticisr, arose, no doubt,'from the notion thatbhe mlgh be worriedby reading the bitterremarks ahlco hbve been made againBt him, but no one is more capable of throwing off an unpleasealt aribject'once 'the work conheoted with any political question is 'done. :Mr Gladstone dismisses it from his mind, end .would sooner disouse'any other matter. One of the most strongly marked traits in dr 'Gladstone's oiaracter is the method and.etactitude which be briogo to bear on his 'daily work. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 July 1888

Pomp and Irrlgatloa Plant. Bond to Johu Dank. and Sor, 42 Dmotlhe street west; Melbourno, for what Vin t wnnt in t1oso linee. Finer priren Adelalds', Nelbousule, Paris, Sydney. Ptslladelih'4,anrd Awoterdam 'for their mrnniiatturoatu,08At)T' For'rdstnrlols gray be Itded hill' to Its orlelnul r;lJldt.nrE'rI II 111. (lIlOUVAIt'OII ralsl sly ee'n6bb rll 411-an'ninwt tolls lsa' lltasloto itt nov.st i.lla to 1O3nrniL. Ibis erlssh baid lldd4n1 al this bplr.;·abo tn'rlndos It dldIhtlsly loflt'.7d niy. * it yen, hilt It wosh tntl ftlllsse stit Jurs Iryb .ll:''d bttle, and you will tin well plola t wi ll tho a.su t: olyons posohhee. Cold by .I1 Chemlasts thfOussoatt ho colonltS. Ito oanratl ton -ir for UNHtOIn'a pro. p..lloan. and do aot tIiksos y other Ibra may be aurOcat,-(VIVT) .Ga allaor and Bath'. * Thr .bert.plalotq Rottgcrn otvibsh p.a akle and. son, 42 (pulv) squrke ertyeob went... GAIL arid eoo tho unw lavatryriea nn4 waab band t)ReinA. Solo 'agent for Shenlia ant Goe. ;(Anvn.) _____...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 July 1888

StrAirn: *,t4.q ql.4 Uoneen, j. -a.,000. e.pd. p, iU.W0000 . , hEmeve Fnd, &?7O. l OEtoodlT, ,Eql. sq2berC Iags, .eo.T.P liNIýaBOA3 ALLOW2ED onD?BPOBItI. i pH COIp/I?5p--lhOI Sr 8AndrwS AdrPayable 1 'd , t .u l.o . . 1 4 PBCRULIr ePJLOEi TIRI ~, `e l4"?n Melbburine q Stllt rnb S.ABION 81t0?,aad ALLOTStMana. Nor lALI ,In h alt.clLad?? lg "lnburbe. ,>. - 8b AffB.iodfa.- ger.. he OROrO Rtlth , oe.g , S ty. .r, esrEi, I OTOel andil bDPOIp T ntt r aetotepd r Lu & .R BALLARAT BOARD with full rontrol. over local bndna -DloOTORda Andrew Andeeron. Nsq. J, a M h d d.pR Mon. orgeo Young, bLr.t.; I q. M..A. Richd. oard G. . ddleton; ?? Eq. L?Acl wcolAry; A. dt'or"ton. Waeder,-oKNo.8S the Coutpenv is folly.oaipuwered 1o met ms polor. tctutce, ,admitlrastor. attorlitey under pg9er.tnýt erlt. J. MIAaErMKAN, Weinger. :et. JhmOeS Buildlnc, gWill Iia seceet. JIllbornce 9 U I ISXRCIAL LAND OC.iPrNY tYLelTEDe W1 , ,mb QbambersI IKn.ery IChoo .apital, &SlbOO. I',n bt?Shares. 2...

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THE LADIES' COLUMN. ABOUT PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 July 1888

'rT + LADIES' COLUMN. Br VIVA., ABOUT PICTURES. in a short paper about books last week I ventured to say a word on literary cant-on the folly of admiring books, which we do not like or understand, because it is the fashion to admire these particular books. I should like to say something on arlistlo cant to day. Now that the Exhibition is fast approaching completion, such of na-and the number is large-who love pictures, naturally expect a great treat. Many young Australians will for the first time in their lives have an opportunity of seeing works of art which, In the ordinary course of events, would never have reached these shores. The liking for pictures is, 1 think, much more widely spread than purely literary tastes, Piotures appeal to the eye as well as to the understanding, and are therefore more popular than books. The widely spread liking for spectacular plays- i.e., plays which are a series of stage pic Lures, more or less beautiful-while enter tainments that appeal to the i...

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SAYS SHE DIDN'T INVENT IT. MRS. BLOOMER ABOUT THE COSTUME THAT BEARS HER NAME. (OMAHA HERALD.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 July 1888

SAYS SHE DIDN'T INVENT IT, MRS.. BLOOMER ABOUT' THE COS TUME THAT.BEARS HER NiAME. (oMsAcA HERALD.) 'I have tried often to correot that impreas sion,' said Mrs. D. C. Bloomer yesterday to a reporter of the 'Herald.' 'I did not Invent the "Bloomer" coslume, nor was I tbo first one to wear it. 1 am quito willing that the correction should be made, for I do not wish to be remembered only as the woman who invented a new style of dress.' The statement was made in the course of conversation about the early history of the woman suffrage movement, with which Mrs. Bloomer was as prominently identi fled as has been any one who ever opened his or hbar mouth in protest against the wrongs imposed by tyrant man upon the gentler sex. Although years have pissed since the name of Mrs. Bloomer has been prominently before the public as that of a woman's rights agitator, she is still tho roughly imbued with the enthusiasm of the cause, and is abreast of the times in her ideas of the relations of womank...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 July 1888

LOCAL ITEMS. _ The synch Family Bellringers again appeared at the Brighton drillroom on ' Wednesday evening,i and -also ;at'- :., the shire hall,' Malvern, on: Thiirsday, when they met witlf' a very flattering reception.; :.The :programme, a .very., ::: lengthy one, included -not only the well knowi peiformances on'the bells,' for vhich thel j;yticli' hao; become so_ noted all over the world, but also some excellent vocal' and instrumental selections. In " so6od Night Beloved" '(Balfe), ;' Miss Ivanova ;was .heard t'`i her best; and well merited the enthu siastic encore demanded-., Her-render: ing of " A Leaf fr?n the. Spray" (August Way), also `eeived'thi hearty appreciation-of--the-audiences at-both -places. Mr. Thos. R. Gilpin also achieved a success amidst loud and prolonged applaudits for the rendition of the several pieces allotted to him on the programme. Mr. J. C. Parletto, in his various character impersonations and Messrs. Crome and Oyston came in for a good share of appre...

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MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JULY 10. Present—Crs. Clarke (president), Benson, Robinson, Woodmason, Martin, Edsall, and Mercer. MINUTES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 July 1888

MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JULY_ .10. Present-Ors. Clarke (president), Ben • son, Robinson, Woodmason, Martin, Edsall, and Mercer. MINUTES. The- minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed, and the secretary's outward correspondinc e read and ap.. proved of. CORRESPONDENCE. Letters were read'from the'Depart ment of Lands and Survey re the acreage of the school reserve, as also stating that steps were being taken towards the permanent reservation of certain land.-Received Permissibni, on, the applicatioif of the Rev. C. Moon, was given for the use of the shire hall, for. a children's service in connection wvith the Cen tennial Mission,on Saturday afternoon. the 21st inst. It was decided to meet the Prahran council representatives, and arrange a matter of drainage, etc., the Surveyor to accompany such representation. . DEPUTATION.. . At This stage- a deputation of some five-and-twenty ratepayers, headed by Mr. James Fethers, entered.the'coun cil chamber, and after bowving the...

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WIT AND HUMOUR. LADIES BE NOT DECEIVED! [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 July 1888

WIT' AND HUMOUR. LADIESBE NOT DECEIVED I SInferior imitations of Genuine Maglo So are In the n.aket. Look to the ba, d". "A Heart Pierao d it h an Arrow," if yot want your clothes washed iu twenty minutes .withd out rubburg r injury. The Victoriaoapiand Oandle ouaipany, Goaloug. I "R IGMENTS OF FUN. STeAT .e Lie last novel I shall read,' eaid a gentleman, throwing the book down in disgust, * What's the matter, dear?' inquired his wife. 'Doesn't it end happily' ' No; they were married.' SouM wi ked rascal says 'that he has in. vented a ne~ telegraph.' He proposes to place a line of women fifty steps apart, ant': commit the news to the first as a very prow fIun eecreh. DAE : ' What do you think ? I have• a girl' who gets up in the morning without being citlel.' Chorus of voices : ' Impossible 1 ' But it is truei; she is in love with the milks man. ' EurreoYEn, ~horply: 'Don't you see what's on the door?' Pat: 'A bit of paper, our.' Employer: 'It says, "Please shut the door."' Pat: ' F...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 July 1888

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 July 1888

" Drapecs and Groco , LADIES toe Ne es 'are t opoq d rfoo Try and nal ,it con? ,p9i? t l see them.,l '- shall he ad to end. samples. IThe value thii season bes:ts all in the p4lW. Dress Twveeds, Ohecks and Plain Dress an immenso variety. Calicoes, Sheetings, Cambrics, White )kl,.broidoy,Va-Wi dfls -.Z A fine Stock of Everythin_ to choose ... ... ....y ? .s , 149t, llour,? c.rtkrctetEat4t. 149' t. o -, S ·llci lvcrtseimenis-' E T.O ' (O00KE, General House ?ainte S'° , Ig;r" Dj' "'?"or -?-r'; S ! GCood iorkmnnship 3and;d, lstl1TMaterialn "'? .. G uaranteed. "? I; ., ! .ligh Streceti, ,Ariiaulillc y .) ?, Estimatcs Given?. 'pI CARPENTER & CABINETMAKER, t ,Estm ates ..given. ; i ,urniture .Repaired and4 lriRepolished. ;:E IAll Orders" prooimtly. attended to:i' Muisic Warehoiisei FEISS BROSi, M ANUFACTURERS iOFut: OrchestrlonS :, Pianos,':>' Harirmoniums, 12SD CHAPEL STREET Musical Boxes, Violins, "Fancy ,.Figures. Concertinas, Accordionrs, &c. le paired at Moderate Ch...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 July 1888

TANDARD MUTUAL BUILDING 77 SOCIETY. Shares, £25, Entrance feee, Is. per sharie subscription, 2s.=6d. monthly per share, President-James Smith, Esq. Vice-president-Edwin Exon, Esq. Treasurer-Angell Ellis, Esq. Committee-Thomas Stead, Esq.; J, Greig, Esq,: A. W. Harston, Esq., J,P.;; A. Larard, Esq. ; D. Sangster,. Esq. ; ' T. Smith, Esbl.: T. W. Swindley, Esq.; J. Zevenboon, Esq,, J.P.; M. L. Stodart, Esq.: - Solicitor-Montague Coher, Esq. (M3essrs Pavey, Wilson and Cohen), Table B,-Showing the payments per calen Ider month (principal and interest), for a :loan:of £100. No. of I Monthly I Total Am- I Interest for the years [ Repayments I ount repaid I whole term wo.;[ £4106 £ 108120 [ £8120 Four.;: 2 810 117"40 0 ' 17 40 Six .. 1 15 0 120 00 268 00 Eight. 1 8 4 13 00 36 00 Ten'.. 1 . 4 14 00 [ . 40 0.0 . Twelve .1 1 8 . 156 0 :0 5806 O0 Under the above table the Society is prepared to lend three-fourths of the value of approved securities, and in special cases a larger proportion. Bo...

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