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SORRENTO. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 26 April 1890

SORRENTO (From our own Correspondent) A meeting of Ratepayers was held   last inight, to consider the action of   the Tramway Co., in erecting or in proposing to erect refreshment rooms at the Back Beach. Proposed and seconded, that a deputation wait on the Minister of Lands in reference to same, also the member for the district be requested to arrange for the deputation next week. A very strong feeling exists amongst those whose business would be affected by it, and were against it. The next business was in reference to having 3 extra members and form a new Riding, the majority were in favor of having a separate Riding, the objections of the others was more from a feeling that the present mean bers had something to gain by their action, and that they had not studied the interest of the majority. Business rather quiet, splendid weather. A mistake was made about the foot race to be run here, it is to be run off on the Esplanade, South Beach,   i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 May 1890

AmilSelnelits. BAZAAR Will be held in the ahove hill; in Aid of the BUILDING FUND OF THE ROMAN. , CATHOLIC CHURCH, FRANKSTON,. 'ON: THURSDAY,; FRIDAY & S&SATUR i DAY,'ist, 2nd, and 3rd MAY... Bazaar to be- opened by. MRs SYDNEY SSMITH; sst 3 pi. m. .? 'A MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT. will be given at; Intervals, each evening. ..-" Seeretiarr. 'DANCING ! "DANCINg'! Cheltenham Qtadiille' Aseembly. "'Strietl" 'seloct ": Qniin?rille "Asse?iibly "EVERY THURSDAY EVENING' AT Mech'aics' institite;- Cheltenham Admission Is. Gd.. Ladies free. A select band and M.'C. provided.' MENTONE CRICKET CLUB. A GRAND SOCIAL Will be held in the Mechanics Institute, Cheltenham, on Monday, May 19th, .:89go. H. McGROTTY, Hon. Sec. E r.s o ;'. .. o. YMORDIALLOC:" C7 ~ THURSD AY.1 th MAY, 18!K. . PROGRAMME : 1. SELLING HURDLE RACE (Horses)* Of. 70 sovs. Special W;,eights-4 yrS, 1ls S 1ib; 5 yi's,'12st' ?illi' ( yrs and upwards 12st 1b1: :.Wihner to.he sold for ,40 seovs 71b allowed for every '?l redu...

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WAYSIDE NOTES. DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 May 1890

IFVAhIDE .VOTES. [nBv A CiLE.RGi.,.A.] DROMANA. It is impossible to. describe the pleasure onefeels on lieholding for thie first time some scene that harmnonizes with his ideas of the beautiful. Ithave seen many beautiful phlces, have ad-; mired nature in her rariied moods, have felt the touch of inspiration, ind have revelled in, tlhe music breathed from her thouisand hairps. ir a:\ature, to imie. has always bden ,a source of in spiration. I: t may well be, iumagined, therefore; what .viy feelings wei'e on first entering .: Dromninna.' Beautiful Droinana! .the .wa ves' Inpping : the beach; sparkling in the sunshine; and sportiiig :like- children, thrilled nme with a strange delight. "'rom a child I have loved the sea its Waves have ever made melody for my ears; and 'roimani: once more brought to my recollection the happy diavs of my itouth. Dromanianappears exceedinglvhealthv, and.hs thie reputation of being so,. numbers of pelople from the " eat city therefore visit. this place du...

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SPORTING NOTES. Racing fixtures for next week:— MONDAY, 5TH MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 May 1890

.SPOR.TING NOTES [.B ]rEAaxry BIRD.a ] Rat'ingE . fixtures ,. for next we.ek 1 MONDAY. 5TH ?Y.: Entries for, Moonee, Valley Trotting 1 Exhibition 13thb Entries for Epsom meet- 1 ing 15th. Weights for :Melbourne Hunnt Club i Meeting, 10th. . t Weights forMoonee Valley Meeting, 8th. S -' TUESDAY, 6TH MAY. Cranbourne Racing Club Meeting. Aeceptince and geoneial "entry for t Casterton, 6th and 8th. . WEDNESDAY, aTIH MAY. Barnawartha Amateur Meeting. Castertdni Meeting first day. : - t THURSDAY, 8TH MAY. Casterton Meeting second day. t Moonee Valley Meeting. Portarlington Meeting. , .? :..FsIDAY, 1TH -MAY. '"Aeesptairieefor.PertlandrMeetinig'14th and a15th k' ? ? SATURDAY, 10TrI MAY." iMeloinitie Hunt Clubh Meetin'''' f Entries for Boort 24th. Entries for Stuart Mill 24th.: Bowes .Tatterisalls , eeting held ,at Elsternwick' was only moderitely attdndid. The '.fields, however, were large andt the racing good, although the favorites were beaten, in nearly. every., instance. The books.had t...

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 May 1890

ITTEMS OF VE5S'. IN our report of the presentation., to 1Mr Phillip Renouf. we stated that the catering was done by Mr J. D. Box. We have sinte been informed that this 'was it mistake, a portion of it having been done by the teachers tliroughout the sunday school. THE Defence Department are advertise ing for tenders for the erection of 'gun sheds at Hastings. The date for receiving tenders is fixed for the 8th inst., ind tht preliminary deposit required with each tenderis £10. IT is the intention of the Defence. De= partmnent to shortly remove tshe80 pounder. muzzle loading guns at Warnambool, Port Fairy, and Portland, to Hastings; for the defence of Westernport. At, present there is a battery consisting of six 40 .pounder Arnistrong guns, nounted on carriages so they can be readily, moved from place to ;llace._.In-connection ..witl>;;;,th2 n:aatter, eolonel Browiing; the lite' coniiuiandmnt of the military forces, who recently re turned to England,'writing to friends here. has, ...

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MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 May 1890

, MOR1V-IGTO_. , (Flonm oua ow CORRFsro IE\ T.) Things .hereabouts' are 0beoming dull, and newsi of any note searc" a -sure sign that winter is fast approach= ing, when we assume. that period of lassitude for wihich the Peniisula' ii; .famed:. A1ll interest in the severance, question seems to have exhausted itself, now that all the petitions. have been d'safely ý :IepIosited " withh the Minister of Public Works, though I hear that a' depiitatiii bf afllr interested parties, is. to be arranged,, to intervieciv 'hoe Miliik?er whien thoe fact and argumenots. on all- sides will be adihaii4ced "i?d the pros aiid con?is 'thoroughly discussed. As expected the traffide receipts for the TMornington liie have increased ,very; largely. du?ing the last fortnight nottwithstamding all tlihat hais been said iind doine as to taking a roturn of the traffic duirig a. busy perii od,. on?:'the Stoiny Point line. We a-ll inahitltin that during- the iwinter 'months,."this poition of; thi line? will sliho...

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DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 May 1890

DRO.ILYA. (Froi.t o6iR. owa .CORESPo\NDENT.) In may la Ilst mentioned the matter of the jetty here. I gin glad to:. har that a publie meetiilg .has' beenl con vened for Tuesdayv evening next in the Meclhanics' Istitute, to consider the necessary stepis for 'obtaining a further extension. Now is the time for action. While tihe contractors have their machinery and planit are ill position, the expense of an addition to the.length of the; jetty would be much less than if a ilew colotrac'?ere let at some timne in the distant future. This factt should not be lost sight of by those who may be appointed to wait upon the Con?inssioner of Customs. The public will regret to hear that the Shire councillors do not intend to avail themselves of ,the olffer of the commnittee of the Mechanics' linstitute, to hold their meietings iin their hall. W~hile there was no piblic room in which to condurct meetings the council haidoption, but. thit diff?ulity has been rcifvle'I W& V"thiink that a -pi...

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FRUIT GROWING INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 May 1890

FRUTIT GROWTING .iT'DUISTRiY S?t has been s.ipposed'that 1.nierican: vines are ', Phylloxera proof," but that is not the fEact for the Americain vines are the original feeding grounds and harbors for that, iinscct, and, we belierve where they. are illdigeiinoIs are rarely, if ever, free fromiii thelOll, though they-'o iot kill Amnerican as tlics do the European vine (Yitis vinifera); they may, therefore, imore appro priately be termed. ""Phylloxera re sisting," being able to exist though infested. It appears also that the European vines, whltc worked oen soime of the species of Anierican vine as ai stock, are also azle to resist the attaecks of 'Phylloxera. "-'The vine growers of Rutlherglenihowever, dll not ;appear, to believe i' Ameiricait vines, as they have made a request that sie"e planted int thelgicti ds of the Viticulture College sliould be destroyed,:. Plrovided, ,however, that those :vines were ascert:aied' to .bo clean before being phlated; the request milst hie conlsider...

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VICTORIAN RANGERS. G COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 May 1890

VICTORILY RAiVGE.RS. G CO3ILP.LY.. On S;iturday last, a parade of about 40):m eriberri of thi' above.ieonipany took place at Frankston. D)oubtless there would haveclicn a much larger attendance if t o; trains ;run more coiivoeieiitly, abutrunderithe opreaent tine 'ttable, it is impossille for iien fron So0nerville- Hastings and M?orn ington to com' here without the loss of the greater portiol of tho day. MIajor Otter was in commland, and put the men llithirougli sime viery iuseful drill including the now form of attaick. A.t the conclusion of the, exercise,ho iiiforined the company thlit' he ivas well l .pleased ., with the various manieuvrIse, andl he iiwas gliid to see they had not forgotten the instructions given during the camp at Langwarrin, and hle considered the ha:td shown him to-day, the best bit of drill he had seen for a long:time. Major Otter then presented to Sergeant Reynoldsl,' hirgei and hand somie black marble, eight day, striking clock, the gift of the compa nv, on...

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Mornington Standard. "Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 3rd MAY, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 May 1890

"Not timidly, nor ranshly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY "MORNING. 3rd MAY, 1890. AT the usual mecting of the iforning ton 8hire Council to be held to-day, two very- important /matters will again bel the subject for consideration. One of these will be the separationl movement, aind tile other the proposed loan for tlhe North and' East Riding. Regarlding the former of these we do not believe two opinions exist thlrough out : thelt Shire, it being generally akinkowledged that separation is the best thin?g for all parties, or in other words to let eacli side ""gnng their aill gait." Although this much has: been conceded there is a wide difference of opinion as to' the 'way in which" the Shlire shidl be divided. The North uand?est Ridings have eanc . petitionied the proper authorities .for separation which if granted on the lines proposed will, practically leave the East. Riding to fight its ownbattle, thus forming three neuw shires within the boundaries of the present one.W.. .We 'have ilr...

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LOCAL MARKETS. DANDENONG, Tuesday; 29th April. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 May 1890

LOCAL MARKETS. DANDENONG, Tuesday; 29th April. Howard and Scott report.-Dairy Cattle A medium supply yarded, really good cows being in demand, but very few offering; but soldup to £9 10s.' Inferiorand medium sorts dull of sale. Dry cows and young stock in demand at fair market rates. Pigs-A large supply of all descriptions penned; and prices ruled slightly easier, but considering the large number forward, quotations were well maintained. Calves A fair supply ; best descriptions selling well at about late rates. They also report h'l held their. sual umonthly_.azdles". crt? orses, sheep, &c., at Poowoong ?IlI Gnratville. A large number of stock changing hands at satisfactory prices, the demand for young cattle being especially brisk. -They also held at clearing sale on the 28th inst. on account of Mr Joseph Edey, Cardinia Creek, disposing of the whole of his cattle, horses, houisehold furniture, &c, at satisfactory prices.

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THE DIARY OF A LATE PHYSICIAN. CHAPTER II.—Continued. CANCER. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 May 1890

TILE DIIA1Y ?o:- LAT E riTYSICIAN. BysXMT 1 niiSi«fmD.C.L. (Aiithor ofr S " Te" T''housand aYeoar .'.) :. lCl ft llT Elt11. Coulrinuceldt Sl-had' f6irrsveraliii thh be?e itin coiistant attendante on- a-Mrs. t. av. oiionig.rrie'dliad of consiideiable fimily' ad'+ fortune. who witas ?theI -ietiiu of th it terribl .ciioi'origLil' of thei female sex,::i ?n 1eri. !t;o''ip great .~iice-i sonil 'attraitioiiei' hciihlded uein.oiinion -sweetiiesn of' dispositionl :; and -Ithe fortitude with h ichsle li in:ittid ,to the, agioniitig itroii:l of 'hdr inalidy, togethe?ri ith hero..ardeiitiepressioiis iof giiititiudeof -sueh' tcniioriiiV:1leria tions as her aixious :tiidical itteiidaints mue?vith' a ,very litiely .interest :in- tie fate:.Tl cane couisicintiou' say that, diiir . thelwlhole period ot:ii; iattend 'liiene,' iiicver .'heard"a" Fiord oficoin plaint faill?I?sa, hoi, nod i:,. itnessed milldyeatis f i mp itios, unei or rritih t lility;:. founiid herioiine itmorniing. s hetlimd ointlie cni...

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ENGLISH TELEGRAMS. QUEEN VICTORIA AND THE GERMAN EMPEROR. April 26. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 May 1890

ENGLISH TELEGRAMS. ?From the Melbournt Papers.) QUEEN' VICTORIA AND THE GERMAN -- EMPEROR. The German emperor has arrived at Darmiistadthadving go?niethere in order to meet Queen Victoriii, iho isIrre turningu to ..England. after.. speniding some weeks at Aix-Les-Bains, the well known' French watering place. FORTY DAYS WITHOUT FOOD. April 27. Tifnor Succi, the celebrated Italian fasting man, has completed qis task of remainining 40 days without, food, drinking only "a' little water and takiing sniall doses of 'his paii 'killer. lie lost oine third of his. weight, 341b 3 oz' On coinmpletini .his.task, Signor partopk of l( ittlie thick ;soup:'- He promises to reveal the secret of his elixi:' " THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. The. Australia Eleven who have just arrived in Englahid, have com mnenced to practice. In all probability Murdoch will undertake the respon sibility of keeping the wickets. The injuriies which Lyons sustained in his fall from the trapeze on the' voyoge . home are not of a ...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 May 1890

FOOTBALL. The football season fairly'commnences to day and those who take an interest in the sport are looking forward to ai seaison which; is certain, to obe' most exciting. Football is noi one bf thei national past times and present indications warrant the anticipation of- many exciting 'contosts during the winter months. All our clubs. with the exceptions of the Hasting's Chili; have shown undiminished vitality in their atinnual meetings, and, nany. hard fought battles will take place before the 'premier ship of the Peninsula is decided. Already we see the excited crowds and hear the barrackor roar as he urges his 'favorite team' to '"play up Frankston," " go. in Mornington. etc." There'' are certain straight-laced people, who sneer and scoff at our footballersand tlieir supporters, it is nio good to ariguo witli such as these for they are afraid of soiling their fingers with a football. It is brutalizing and very dangerous they say, but No ganiie was ever wortli?u, : p, For a ra...

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DEATH OF ALDERMAN O'GRADY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 May 1890

)lD'ATI£ OF ALDER3EAN -1 We clip the following from the Aqe of Wednesday:-lt is with much regret that iAe have to announce the death'of 'M? Tholi?k. O'Griiidy. which tookplace at his residence, Carlton, oil Monday evening. The deceased gentle ni:rl had 'beeni. seriously :ill.' for., somen w clk.I. past, ' lbiilg attended '. by Dr' M1oloney, and at the time .of his decease l he was nearly 66 vearsof age. Throughout yesteidaiy the flag at the TownH[all phis at half mast in memnory of the deieased. Aldermnant O'Grady was a well known figure in Melbourne, where for more than a generation past he has been a prominent public man. He .was born a;t Lusmagh, Kiniig's County, Ireland, on the 21st Dececn ber, 1821., mind brought up to the trade of a journeyman carpenter, followiing it uip for soiie y'ears. The bouiidless energy which has bein the characteristic of his life led hin dur ing his early days to seize ciery opportunity of improving himself by aitteudaeo at creening classes and lectu...

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FLINDERS AND KANGERONG SHIRE COUNCIL. (Communicated.) Saturday, April 26th, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 May 1890

FLINDERJS AND K IYGERONG SHIRE COUNCIL:. (Cow.es ?sntiieid.) Saturday, April 26th, 1890. Present: Crs Downward (president), Anderson, Baldry, Brown, Cain; Griffiths, Mairs, Patterson and Stanley. Minutes of previous meeting read and confirmed. • Lands Department, stating that £125 had been passed for pasyinent at the Treasury, MSelbourne. This was amount due by the Department for costs of resumtp tion of land for road to Tulmn township. Received. Cr Anderson moved that applicants for wire netting and -materials be informed that their atplications have beeltapproved; 'of;anind'tliit-'otluneiciillt iiy iiminount when' fence.is eree d to the satisfaction of the. Council. The Secretary said the endorse Inent by the Council would be oa sufficient guarantee to miierchants supplying wire to its amount applied for by. each applicant. Cr tfairs thought: resolutionii was wrong, the Council shonld hand over thewire, etc., as soon as applicants were in i position to erect the fence. He would mo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 May 1890

S-APSULES*' " These are now recd in the Hospitals of Paris , plaoof:Copalba Cubebs and, atringent liquds'and will cure in' fortyeight hours all derangement of the Urinary Organs in either sex wthout inconveihience of any kind. ' Gumaiur & Co. Paris. Sold by all Chemist&. GRDIAULrS VEGETABLE MATICO INJECTION and CAPSULEs. ' Where all other Medicines have failed, these preparations are always effective... They msure.rapid and extraordinary cure of severe recent, and chronic cases of disease. ; They are used in the Hospitals of Paris by the celebrated Da. RICORD, and are found greatly superior to all remedies hitherto known. Gaiuaui . & Co., Paris. Sold by all Chemists. , ( RIMAULT'S INDIAN CIGARETTES S oF CANSABIR INDICA. Have been tried in the Hospitals and found to give immediate relief in all cases of ASTHMfA IERVOUS COUCGHS,. HOARSENESS, LOSS OF VOICE, FACIAL NEURALGIA and SLEEPLESSNESS. GanrAn.i & Co.,.Paris. Sold by all.Chemisth. SICK HEADACHES, N...

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CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 May 1890

Sri Will yonr kindly permitmn& to acknowvledge the liberal reponse I have received to my: solicitation for asisistance to erect. a Town .Hall at Sorrento, and to express imy regret that, under the circumstniancesido'not' feel miyself justified in canrrying out the terms of my circular. i A Town Hall is for-the'special consvenienceiof local' inih~litants, providing a large room for public meetiings,- alls, enter tainiments, volunteer. drill, skating rink, etc., etc., and as the permanent residents of Sorrento hlr-e only subt scribed--six guineas-obhli hlVatson £2 2s, Dask aniid Skelton £1 1s, M. R. Nolan £1 Is, .Toh?i Watts £1 Is, aind Dr.lIutcheson £1 1s. ,I can only irriveo attthe colielusioil.ithat the build ing is niot ie;iuired. As I lo not con sider it proper to mail:o iuse of con tribiitiojs, fioni ':M6lbodirie' friends, :while those:who arc directly interested' refuse to give one: peniy; I-, intend to return aill the subseiptions received up to date, to cancel the per...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 May 1890

-Everyone Ouightito. insmie Against Fire.o THE NATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF AUSTRALASIAI ( IMITED.) .. HEAD OFFICE: Cer iofi COLLINS AND MARKET STREETS, MELBOURNE. DIR. ECTORS: ...Txoxa MOUBnAr, Esq., J.P., Chairman.... G. D. CbATBR, Esq., M.P. Tob.'ALTroN,Esq., J.P.,ViceChaiurman. B. G. BENON;Esq., J.P. MaTriaw. ILAo, Es., J.P. (Mayor of i * Melbourne). HoAN. C. J. HAM, M.L.C. . , LOWEST CURRENT R ATES OF -PREMIUM: .'BiiBh Fires sanid Gas Explosions Coveredf Without Extra Charge. ; WILLIAM eMACREDIE, --Secretar . * Aent foa Mranlkston -MAUkBKs'Br.n : -: 7 - "'tt Agent for. Mornigton-J, . . WOBIrELL. (A CARD.) DR :"STANLEY.V. THEED,t" (Lvar Di . A. M. IWsKINsoN.) . M.Jl.. ~t. Ch., B. Maj be Consilted at FRANKSTON-THURSDAYS: 2 to 5. DROHANA--MONDAYS: 2 to G. HASTINGS-FRIDAYS: 2 to 5. SOMERVILLE- FRIDAYS-11 to 1.. And at his Private.Residence Mornington : .: . Daily. -.'?.. D,. STANLEY V. THREED, -" Elimhtti," VANCOUVER STREET MO RNIN GTO N. [CARD.]- .. ;. : ':: H? - STURDEE, . SURGE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 May 1890

Bootmakers. F; ruksitoi Boot Warehouse.' -PR'ACTICAL BOOTMAKERSj PLAmE STREET, FRANKSTON. And at SOMERVILLE. LARGE and Varied Stock of Ladies' rand Gentlemen's Boots and Shoes always on hand. Boots of all Descriptions made to Order. Fit Guaranteed. Hand Sewn Work a Specialty. Repairs Neatly Exceuted. MELBOURNE PRICES. FLINDERS BOOT SHOP. J. PULLING, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER. Ready Made Stock always on Hand. Auctioneers and Estate Agents. SHIRE OF MORNINGTON. .CROSKELL, RITCHIE & CO., (Of Melbourne and Frankston). General Auctioneers, House. and Land Agents, .WILL hold Weekly Salesas Advertised HORSES, CATTLE, &c., ALSO LAND HOUSES, FURNITURE, &c. Sales Conducted by their Auctioneers: :THOMAS RITCHIE & PHILIP BENOUFi All Coenaunications to; Head;·Offlce:t FISH MARKET,' MELBOURNE ;' T. H. DAVEY, ESTATE AND COMMISSION AGENT, FRtAN? TON IN conjunction with the principal Auctioneers in the City of Melbourne, is now prepared to arrange Auction Sales of Land, Hou...

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