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

At Three o'Clock. On the Ground. Situated at the Corner of BALAOl?AiVA-ROl&D' - And HAWyTHORN, ROAD,, , , Opposite the Caulfield Recreation Reserve and'Midway Between Malvern and Caulfield Railway Stationis, And Near the Frpmousda,Pdetty. CaplfielidRace S course. The Property is Situated in, the Very Pick of this Rapidly Improving District. The Public, Speculators,-- Builders, and Others are Requested to Keep the Date of the Sale in Mind.' " . To be, joldyby the Well-known :', i 'r,. AUCTIONEjERS, " I . E.,, J.,DIXON ,AND SON,,, LUMLEY and' SON. (In Conjunction.) r:Fa , ?Title Certificate. ' Plans in course of preparation. Ejlection Notices. S HRE OF M0.OORABBI,N; To the"Ratepayers of the East Riding. Ladies and Gentlemen, In answer to. a. numerously-signed :Re- quisition, I beg to state that I have much pleasure in offering ?myself as 'a Candidate for a seat in the Shire council at the forth coming election, and trust my large in terest in the shire will ensure your support...

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

Special Advertisements. -)ID D. AVIDSi ftON,r Boot t"nihda!Shoe :rWarehouse; r ,' t ;: o i g -r.s , , i )u l .:~ty -; :u,, a 1 u'3 'b r o;t oh tiu i i,', r It i, Suppliek- aofirst-class oarticlei ati anvry a oi ?1?: > ? Jli , e.i ; c .i ,: Theol lge 1'4deks6ix bin business 1 itbh lietjirort6iftati begivesu1 LW1 -.,.t o?ro satiftaetionr';en?m?c , ihirdq oi0tnl , trialw4ill prova, thi its,- t ???t BARKLY & PARLIAMENT STREETS rmuo iNT OCTORD 01 11:nn For Asphalting LawnTennis Courts,-Garden/ Paths,Yerandahs, Yards; TWorkshops, ;.: FENCING, 'CARTAGE,- & :PLOUGHING. SScreenings, Brick,&c." u h .-i? DUNLOP BANTON . A .Nr lI.ND:,i , .... 'ti. they will offer, during the remainder of June and the wliolo of July, the balance of their I , d : i ,, r m s - . . i . ke ac ? there:. fore, WINTER:" STOCK DIRAPERY ATrIMMENSE REDPCIONS. Their new Goods for Spring and Summer are coming forward early, ,and as their Shoproo'iis limitetd,' the preeent Stock must ee :clearedto,...

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

Special.,:. . : t il r; tit. 'PLEASANCE'S .. SPEGIAL TINCTURE OF-I'i ,: ; ODOPHYLLINr iN, ;t ,t : The bsa riemedy yet discoveredfoi Bilisonsess, Biuts Headache, Constipat I, Heartburn, Indigestion, and all Maladies arising from a sluggish Liver. o ,WOPLfEASANCEI;S ._....... SANTONIA, WORM.,;I SYRUP A Never-failing Preparation for Removing and Destroying Round or 'Thread Worms in SAdults and . "Children. . Should any of the, symptoms briefly given belowbenoticed, the presence of Worms. canbe safely concluded :--Restless ness, irritability, grinding the: i . teeth atnight,starting dur- : , oing sleep. picking the : nose, dark rings under the eyes, variable appetite, &c. ' SOLD IN BOTTLES 2s., EACH Typhoid Fever! The Hoaom'opithic' lnemedy for Typhoid F: ,: ever, PLEASANCES SPECIAL 'i TINCTURE= OF BAPTISIAS A The presengejof: Typhoid, Enteric,i Gastric, or Colonial Feyer,s as., the .disease: is variquslytermed,:is becom ing alarmingly on the increase in this colony. The atten-....

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CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 July 1888

CHURCH SERVICES -TO-MORROW. Presbyterian.-Brighton, Rev. D. Gordon 11 and 7. :"--:: . rT ,.ti ,; Elsternwiokl.- Rev 3J. Hay, 11 anua.'E Oheltenham 8, Mentono 7, Rev. R. M. Fergis, M.A. ;, Caulfield, Rev. H. B. 3Macartney 11 and 7 . -.Armadale, Rev. F. Webb.... . ' .Elsternwici, Rev. P.'Bailhache ::,' : ," i 'Malvern, Rev .' .' Godby, 11 and7" - Oiakleigh, Rev. T. H. Rustý. Brighton Congregatioiial.ý orning and evening, Rev. J. Rickards. " Malv alvern;7~eVY.' o Moon' ll and' t? ' 1:: -t :' ; Oakleigh; Rev.iJ;'F Gann awaySiidi'lan li3" Wesleyant M6tholist-Bright onpl '?i' Mri"'3 Adcoek,and 7;Mr.'Cotter . * , Ii' t'T *i 'o Mill Street, Rev. J. 'B.i Sith li; r.oStdne 7. i ...!1 ',.,Jý - ; ..I ,I", -ill East Brighton-Rev. G. Daniel 11, Rev. J. B. Smith 7. South Brighton, Mr; ''Cotter 'll, Rev. J. C.Ingamells, 8. [ r Uheltenham; Mr. 'Wade 7,. .. _____ ' rMordiialo',Rev. J .- Ingamells 1-.. Primitive Melhtbdist-South.YarralMr-. , J. Green 11 and 7. . North. Brighton, Rev . BWibberly 11, , ...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 July 1888

UU I UALL; Brighton 2nd v. Solth, St. Kilda 2nd.-This match was played last Satirday at Albert Park, adrid' resulted in a win for. the latter liy `go5-ls 16O behinds to il.g6al. (kicked by Davis). ;;. and';5 behinds. .For, Bright6n, J. Wrighti played a splendid game, and I ' was well-assisted-by Wilson, Huddart,- - Pye, and Griffin. -, Brighton 2nd v.- Vaucluae.-This match will be played-thisafterilo:pnatz Ajeje's paddock.t;`, .The1ifoll6wing 4`wil representthe former :--Rogers, Friend, * Brock; W att;" (2), ickett; Miller, ' Small, Blackliami, .Wright (2), Maher, Encry, Griffin, Pye, Huddart,.Petley, Behnett, Hammond, M'Ivor, Leonard, COonwall.. Emergency-Davis. : e :t

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ELSTERNWICK SEVERANCE COMMITTEE. WEDNESDAY, JULY 11. Present—Mr. Reid (in the chair), and Messrs. Sincocks, senr., Reynolds, Ure, Coppin, Kirkham, and Wise. THE LATE DEPUTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 July 1888

EL8J WJW K, SEVERANCE <COM IITTEE. WEDNESDAY, JULY 11. Present-Mr. Reid (in the chair), and Mscsrs. Sincooks, sear., Reynolds, Uro, Coppin, Kirkham, and Wise. TIIE LATE. IDEPUTATION. SThe secretary said that it had been stated by the Mayor of St. Kilda that the Severance Committee was defunct, bit :if he: were present ;to-night )?e would see such was not the case. He then gavean epitolue of the resilt of the late deputationi, after which it was decided to instruct the chairman and secretary to prepare the statement as suggested by .' Mr. Nimmo; and after consultation, with Messrs Duigan and. MoDerniott; forwiard it as requested. " Mr,rReidi;said that! owing to. the very fair reports. in the'y local as well as-. metropolitan: papers, the' whole question had been placed before the colony at large, and it now.rested wvith the committee to agitate for an altera tion in the Act, which meant probably only a few words.

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ELSTERNWICK IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE. WEDNESDAY, JULY 11. Present—H. R. Reid Esq. (president), and Messrs. Coppin, Kirkham, Reynolds, Sincox, senr., Ure, and Wise. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 July 1888

EL8TERNWICK IMPROVEMENT, OCJMMITTEE. -4-- WVEDNTVSDAY, JULY 11. Present-H. R. Reid ?Es. (priesident),. and ?Meas. sCojlrial, Kirkham, Roy nolds, Sincox, sear.,.Ure, and Wise. COIRlESPONDENCE. Fi'om the Secretary of Victobiini Rnhilw'ays, to the effect that a gateway ...ould'lifftla~di, at thI end of Aiolii Il'ld htrel.t, leading to a patlh on the Elst?rnwick railway station:. Mr. Wino rI.fu.rpd in very lnhi?isti : loernIs.to;:the9 irqmpt action of J. C.; Holland, Esrij, ,tih presideut of ,the shire of C ulfield, in using his intluo6co with the ]ilottowl~ Jtltctionl Comlpany to obtain' fromu them the concem.in of a Iom; orenry plonsogcover" their lirld. It wN.stheI n unaitonsly diciddil to fbwnrard a vote of thenks to. that, gotmtloianr for h.Ii1 killdness in th(. atta er. Fiomi the ]. rightn m, T'wn Conieil, statin:g ht':the reqiue.t for the fornina tion' of: a pitched crosI;i|ng ,it tmhe inter,| ueotioil of.the Point Noponn ,ond:and ltusdon street had heIoe forwadeod to. the otmnut...

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THE OUTLAWS OF TUNSTALL FOREST. A ROMANCE OF THE OLD WORLD BOOK IV. THE DISGUISE. CHAPTER I. THE [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 July 1888

A ROMANCE OB IHE OLD WORLD Br ROBERTLOU$ SrEVENSON, Aut hor t "retasuro Island,;" 1c0. ., BOOK IV. . THE' D.IA GISE.. : . : ifR..-B 'E n S., , . • ,-. 1,h 6 place where Dick had'atruck the line 'of a.ligh -d was not far from Eolywood1 and within nine or ten miles of Shormb'.oa thEsTill ;:and herb, after making aure.tnat 'th. Wleiepursued no 'longer, the two bodies eep;rated,. ? Lord: Foxham'e followers do. •.paadi carrying their wounded master towards the comfort and security of the grbat abee? :aud Dick, do he saw them wind away a n.dispapoar in the thick currtin of the falling enowi was left albn'o with near upon a dozen outlawe;. theb lest 'rjueinder of hie troop oa volunteerta.;: ' . " Sotme.:wfre. wounded-; one and all were 'furious atitheir ill.nauee and long exposure; and though they were now too cold and hanRry toldo more, they girumbled and east -ulleu. looks :upon 'itheir leadere. Dick emptied his', pursee-amoon them, leaving himself nothing ; thanked them for the cogtaget...

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SERIOUS ACCIDENT TO MR. BENT, M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 July 1888

SERIOUS ACCIDENT TO MR.* BENT, -- A very serious acoident happened ,to our member the lion. T. Benit Esq,, M;L.A. lnost Tuesday afternoon at Parliament House.?: Mr Bent, when cntoying the House by way `bf 'the ldhkik's . obanibrs, .truck his hdad 4inilontly naginst a notice - board laelcled .."!'No 'thoroughfares;" and Rnutiinod concussion of the brain. l'hb'tfirst newsi of the. aooident'weas, btrInge;ly enough, ' announced in- the Houso by Mr Beont himself., About a quartor to 5 o'clook, ddring question time, MAr Bent rose from his usual pllaci in the Assembly, and addressing the speaker sanid: "I Ihave to bring undo.r tie notice of the House the fact that; diiigerois obstructions are placed niouit the entrance to this building. I was walking along, rather ; quickly towards the eastern entrance to our reoomy near the clerk's office, when I strupk~my hIead against, a board. .I nearly knocked my head off, ,and I amý now suffering from the effects of tberacdident" I would.likeo:td dra...

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THE TRAGICAL FATE OF THE ASHBYS. TOLD BY AN EX DETECTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 July 1888

E ` :Torn i Atin IE DhraOTIvEt: : +.':' r " Many headoswiase ab.n mihobwoie puzzlod t tp account fpr thes death of Mrs. Ashoy. It '?rappened.a 'few yieona ago, .aind. eroated a Srpther, paiulul. enosatiqp i amongst ,ai large a otelo .of friesnda aLdd aoquaintaneoe who lived in the samze bedntiltul ;distriot near' Liverpool, but on hbo OheshDiroe id of the SMerdey, i SMrs, Aebby had bhdn unwell a few weeks before her death. She soffered acute paino in the hip and 'ide, whioli were obomettos op agoniZing ra to cause the lady .to shriek aloud. Her ailmerit wva some Itid of Sempound 'disorder, which l prtook of the horacte'c of PcatioC and rhoomatism, aind appearid to he Lis eoxruciatfigly' painful as hath together. Iojeotione'of norphib were found necessary 'to allay. thi:pain,- and these iojections were admihistoered by the qualified nurse who had beon'.engaged to attend to tbo aliaioted lady. Ope morni~gi, wh'e' thenureo : returind tp her poet iii the siel -roin,,ater an hour of abse...

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MALVERN POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, JULY 7. (Before Messrs. Jones, Edsall, Church, and Dr. Eceles, J's.P. INSULTING BEHAVIOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 July 1888

MALVERN POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, JULY 7. (Before Messrs. Jones, Edsall, Church, and Dr. Ecoles, J's.P.) INSULTING BEHAVIOUR.     Constable J. Flannery, on behalf of the' Rgilwayl:, department, l; proceeded. .against Thomas Carroll; Talocal milk vendor, for making use;,of abusive language towards - John Vaughan, s`ttion'yma'ter at+the Malvern station:: "~ cross summons'"Car?rfll versus Vaughan, for a similar, offence, was heard at the same time .. J. Vaughan, station mastei, deposed that between 12.30 and,1 o'clock on the 12th May, he was disturbed by a noise in,. ther,.station, office,. and, sus;. pecting uburglars, uhejunnp.ed'0ib4?of. bedl, rushed tiithe offic A doir'n quired," 's here?1. A i.voce, which he ,'rcogiihid' ?'i?'d;: Cairll's, answered, "'°t's,,only me;'.' and. he ascertainec that: Carroll .was 1'i the office removing some ans of mllbfrom the office to his cart.' .:.Hetlien asked hi~i why he had not: notified him of his intention to remove.the ...

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TYPHOID FEVER. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 July 1888

TYPEaOID FEVER. Among the thousand ills that flesh is heir tn, typhoid fever seems at present to be blaiming the majority of victims. It is necessary to say but little with rer peat to thi disease, by which so many colonials are yearly taken away. It has formed the sunbec ot numerous medical exhortations, and a still larger .Lumber of newspaper articles. The disease still remains with us, and the un" fortunate part of the affair is that many of thoee who fall victims are persons who endeavour to comply, so far os their know ledge goes, with the conditions of life which would ensure immunity from it. No man can be expected to be his " brother's keeper," and, moreover, no man can be expected to know what his neighbour is doing. Thus the most careful and cleanly person may have living next door to him some one who is altogether regardless of the commonest requirements of sanitation. Typhoid germs are prevalent in ell defective drains and sewer pipes, and if. our eyetems are in a low co...

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THE YOUNG FOLKS. MY PLUCKY BOY TOM ; OR, SEARCHING FOR CURIOSITIES IN INDIA FOR MY SHOW. CHAPTER V.—A STARTLING DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 July 1888

THE YOUNG FOLKLS. MY PLUCKY BOY TOM ;) OR, SEARCHING FOR OURIOSITIESIN INDIA FOR hlY SHOW. By P. T. Banieu. a S CHAPTER V.-A STATTLING DISoovxERY The next morning dawned crisp and cool. It having been nettled that the first step was Sto locate Tippoo Sahib, no time was lost in a the attempt to do so. y Inquiries of the villagers, who flocked to a the hotel at daylight, brought the wildest rumours. A dozen individuale, who, according e to their own statements, were a mile or more apart, had seeon the fearful monster at the same hour. It was told as a certainty that Y he had devoured an entire family, consisting e of a man, wife, and nine children He hao 3, bzon seen carrying off a team of horses, and h returned for the driver, who escaped by climb d ing a toes, which Tippoo Sahib proceeded to k pull up by the roots, in order to get at the )f man in the branches. And so the wild stories ran, the conclusion ,. being that no one of the frightened natives rt had met the tiger sioco the e...

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THE STORY OF THE ARMADA. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 July 1888

THE STORY OF THE ARMADA. The story of the Armada, from 'The State Papers,' is being told by W. J. Hardy in the ' Leisure Hour.' The following exo tract from his first article gives an idea of the careful preparations on board the Spanish fleet :-" The one great object of the Armada having been set forth, Sidonia continues by stating how those engaged in so holy a war should enter upon it. 'Let them enter into their ships confessed, and receiving the Sacrament with such great sorrow for their sins as I do hope they all will.' The second order directed that no soldier taking part in the expedition should 'blascheme and aenounce our Lord God, nor our Lady, nor the S.ipts,' upon pain of heavy puniehment Fcr less serious crimes the ommanlders of the ships were to une their own discretion as to nalog some light f rm of punishment--sch as taking aw-.y the offender's a lowanco of w no. None were to 'p ay or game at night.' Sidonia himself was to be the judge mn any disputes that might arise...

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WONDERFUL JOHANNISBERG. THE FUTURE OF THE TRANSVAAL AND ITS GOLDFIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 July 1888

WONDERFUL JOHANNIBBEiGI . -* THE FUTURE OF TBE TRANSVAAL AND ITS GOLDFIELDS, (Be A CORRESPONDENT 01 " THE TIMES.") Now that Johannisberg has passed Its first birthday it is possible to make some estimate of the social and political conse? quenoes to South Africa of hoe Transvaai g ,ld discoveries. Thie financial and scientific aspects of the subject have been dealt with adequitely to their importance, and the opinions of sclentific exports on the extent of mlooeral wealth in the regions north of the Vaal ±liver are the bases on which are ritiog new commnunitioes full of the most interesting possirilities. The almoc. bank rupt condition of the Transvaal Treasury at the moment of the first dibooveries of gold is anoient history now. It is frequently hold that while this sudden change in the fortunes of the South African Republic prevented its falling under British dominion again, the inroad of diggers, though re plenishblg the Tranevaal exchequer, is pro ducing within the aonttry an E...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 July 1888

Ga altors and Bath,. and S,?, 42 (only) Bourkeo troeb west. Call And see tho now lavatoriea and wash hand ba lo. Sole agent for Shanks' and Co. (ADw.) DISCERNMENT-DISORETION. Archblahop Trench, in his entertalning 11it la volume on the study of worke, taps that both the above, acoordih g to their etymology are from "diocerno," and signify the power of so eeoing things airilar no at the name time to distinguish their differences It oemrne, how ever, to require both words to convey in English the full elanificanco of the one original, the fires containing the idea of "insight," and the sooond that of "prudence." The faculty indicatedl by the former enables no to rocogniee and appreciate the lotrinoio value of a :thing, while the other loads us to make timely and full use of the knowledge so obtalned. Thus it was in an uncommon degree with the ioventor, and is in an ever. increasing ratio wlsh the purchasers and eoeaumerp, of 'uNTa?l's wonderful Dram' ,tZrAWT.-(ADVT.) Don't Throw Away....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 July 1888

: . .. . F ; Sae....... ,.. COME AND SEE.' FOR SALE.-Two Six-roomed Weather board Villas, bh Vii'lidthr'ioms, fitted withr wash-hand basin, pantries, closed verandahs, toppers, and troughs. Real bargain. Apply So~pce of this paper. .NIVER AL BRICK& TILE WORS8, RINGWOOD. ORDERS received at the works, and at the' oiffy oi2follinestreet.Welit Dity. Y7 fL(a .'t THOMAS BENT, Proprietor. I MISSING FRIENDS. o"riRAW H. DOWDEN,7•: RW(Recently. resigned from the Victorian SDdtec'ive Force, after 12 years' service), 37. years in the colonies. Private Inquiry; Missing Friends, and Next' of Kin'Office4 Copies of Wills, Certificates of Births. Marri ages. and, Deaths procured in Europe and Colonies, and U.S.A, Inquiries conducted , With secrecy and despatch. Terms moderc ate.:; Sutton's .Chambers, 87;ELIZABETH STREET (Opposite COLONIAL BL NK MELBOUBNE$. ' IOHOND IRON pWORKS: C HURCH ST:RE ET.,, Near Railway Station,--" J R ' ICHMOND. - . 5 . '-M. RATCLIFFE, EngineiX 1omlmerith, &c...

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A LOCOMOTIVE CHASE. AN INCIDENT OF THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 July 1888

A O:i'COMOTIVE CHASE. ; AiINICIDENT O f THE AMERIOAN 01VIL WAB. ?lthe employ of (the Federal) General Buaell was a spy named James J. Androews, who hare rendered valuable services in the mrst year cf the war, and had seoured the fil, confidence of the Union commanders. In March, 1862, Buell had sent him eerdetly with eight men to burn the bridges we?t of Chattanooga; but the failure of expected 0co-operation deteated tho plan, and Androws, after visiting Atlanta and Inspecting the whole of the enemy's lines. in that vicinity And northward, had returned, ambitious to make another atron pt. His plane for the second raid were eobmitted to Mitchell, and on the eve of the movement from Shelbyville to Huntsville Mitchell authorised him to take twenty-four men, secretly enter the enemy's territory, and, by means of capturing a train, burn the 'bridges on the northern part of the Georgia Siato Railroad and also one on the East Tennessee RBailroad where it approaches the Georgia State line, ...

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DELICATE ODOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 July 1888

DELICATE ODOURS. Ladies no longer sprinkle themselves with triple extracts, but confine themselves to the' 'merest bint of perfume. Delicate odonurs, such as violet, heliotrope, or oirie root are always permiseesible, just as patchonly and musk are always to be shunned. in any event perfume in the shape of sachet powder is to be preferred to liquid extracts. Nobody nowadays ever thinks of putting perfume on a handkerchief or rubbing it on one's hands. Laces, underwear, ribbons, note-paper, gloves, and all small articles of dress are made fragrant by large sachet baes that are of a size corresponding to the bureau or dressing table drawers. These bags are composed of silk and lined with raw cotton, upon which the powder Ia apr ad. This, in addition to a very moderate use of a faint, slugebtive odour, such as the wood violet, for instance, in all in the way of per-. fume that is allowable by a really refined woman.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 July 1888

?IIURAY'8 F1LUID MAuNKuIA t partuonlarly bonoflioal ao a plalning eedative and sporient in all noaes of trritation and acidity of the stomach, pe,. ticulciad during pregunnoy, Iobrllo complaints, Ln. fanUlo disoorders. or son ilohnods. It epoodily remove4 hoarlburn aold eerotatlons, or Irregular digoetion... neover lall to composo the loomrch in a low mlnute, altor any exoesm. As a lotion for the mouth It ewnooten the breath, and the Ilnaloosa claon the tooth from tartar. MUtltAY'8l FLUID UIAONCSIA almoet lnvarily euoooeda in removing iloe aelpp headache, and gatrio coughe to which delloate peruona aWo smbjeot from acldily of. the stomach, OAtUow.* CiS obeerve th Ignaour? , co ha Inveetor on everY labeU ol by (alt obhemlstre. Pump and n rrigation Plant. Seond to John Danklr and Son, 42 Bonurk street weset, Melbourne, for what you want ia these lines. First prizes Adelaide, Melbourne, Paris, Sydney, Philadelphia, and Amsterdam. for their manufacturoe.-IADVT.) For 'o0toring grey or fa...

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