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Brighton Yacht Club. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 February 1888

Brighton, Yachit' Club. The race for Mr. Justice igiinhothanm'a Trophy and Second Prize OClub Medal. wias sailed, for last. Satiurday afternoono off the Middle Brighton Pier. ' The following boates ompeted :--Galat.a. acratch, Flying COloud,' escratch Martha, 3 minutes, Nepean, 0 minutes, Jiubhilee, O minutes, Dolphin', 10 minutes, Star., light, 10 miinutee, and Silsa, 12 minutes. The boats, got, away well, together at 3.30 p.m., the Galatea being thefirst to shiw in front. The Flying. Oloud wam the only boat that troubled the Galatea, who won by. 4 minutes, the' 'Flying 'Oloud being second.';- The race' w'ui'sailed ii a` light top.sal;tbreeze intil the end of' the raco, when a stiff beezi camoitp from the' South-west, mos of :the boatsteaving tp finish uinder itliir' jib's. ''The n"oit race takes place on Saturday, the 18th inst., for Mr. J.. O,' MeBean's trophy, which will be 2cii pe forl by' oats under 22 fet its len.ilth '-The aec6nd race for Lord Brassey's Trophy takes place th...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. BRIGHTON V. ST. KILDA. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 February 1888

CRICKET. BRIIGHTON V. ST KILDAI . e B rihl'ton fellows tralelled to St. Kilda on: Satuilayi last to i:play a 'matclh for that day D'only. Wiiiinlng the toss, tht;vasitgrs, went.in to, bat, and had lost I wicket for n3 when the rain drove the players into the pavilion, antid the dowiipour continuin"ig, no fnutlieie piytcoiuld,' he indulged in Turner camnetoiiq j yj grie vlen ad iinade linut., Iut Dunn. and Simr, put ori thie runs, at a greatrate. Sims . bat tillng withiluck t;eonadt9i,;not r'out, but Dunnt played sterling cricket for 1S not out. BRIGHTON.; E. Tuner, a Jones, 1, Harris 3 tI. Dunn; ,iot oiit .1 Sitos, noto ... n .t '... Byes.. ... ..... ... ... Total for one wicket ... .... .. BrBR ToNGv' Fuieov S. ELEVENS. lThis nlatch was played at'".Drill room., The Fitzroywere the, first to go to the 'wickets, and; were ilisposed of ror 71. Grout 5 for 19 and.. Corn wall 3 for 3 howled well for the locals. Boxslhall 8 not out and Sullivan will cotitiile their intillgs this afterinb...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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Science. Natural Science. Its Progress During the Last Half Century. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 February 1888

0cieice. SNatural Sciegzce. Its Piogress During the Last Half Century. The present may be regarded as an oppor tune period to glance retrospectively at afew of the many discoveries and, new develop. mente which have"been effected in some branches of natural science during the past fifty years.. But at the very outset we tind ourselves overwhelmed with such a numerous array of important advances that our review will be necessarily imperfect and must quite fail in some essential particulars to do.the subject justice. Modern methods combitne rapidly with accuracy and fresh devices for aiding research are frequently superseding the ineffective means of fornier days. The progress of astronomy has been astonishinglyj rapid, so that its position now is vastly improved and it, is evidently becoming more popular every day. This may be chiefly attributed to the extension of astronomical literature and to the infusion of science into the educational system. More over telescopes have been great...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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ELSTERNWICK IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8TH [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 February 1888

ELSTERNWVICK IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE. -o WVEDNISDAY, FEBRUARY STH Present,: - Messrs Reid (chairman)' Kirkham, Ure, sincooks senr., Coppin Wise, Pinnook, Weymes and Boachelor.. CoRRESPONDRNCE From Fthe Water Supply Department stating with reference to an application from the committee for.. an increased supply of water, as also for-larger main in the Gordori Vale estate, owing to the great preassure on the department they could hold out no hopes of improving the supply for many months to come.-Re. ceived '. From the Borough of St. Kilda asking the committee to' lena -their vahiable aid in the matter of. the remval' of 'the Ahattoirs and the fillinig oupiof the El. wood Swamp.-Received From same enclosing an abstract of the expenditure in the Elaternwilcl-portion of the Borough hf St:. Kild- -Received and handed over'to the menibers of com mittee for St Kilda division. From the Education Department stat. ing that plans, eto., were in course of preparation for the new school h-building ...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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Essanist. Take Care of the Hair. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 February 1888

2'ake Care of the Hair. No careful observer-fails to notice, as he looks over assemblies of. men past thirty years of age, that a very large proportion are bald, or in a stage of partial baldness, which indicates the speedy loss of the hirsute appendage.. The percentage of men of all ages who show signs of baldness has been put at thirty per cent. and by some observations as high as even forty per cent.. From care ful observations in churches, theatres, lecture rooms, and political assemblies, we are satis fied that these estimates are too high, and that twenty tree or twenty-four per cent. is a more exact estimate. This exhibit is alarming, as it indicates that the time is near when we shall be a nation of bald heads,' and that alopecia as a disease will afflict the youth in our schools, as though heredity, physical .deformities and illness are niultiplied and extended to an enormous extent. WVhat is the cause of this early loss of hair? It is not due to the hats or caps we wear, n...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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Life in India. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 February 1888

Life in India. A writer on India states that in winter the climate is pleasant-something like a toler ably hot English summer. But in summer the one object in life is to keep cool. The best means of elfceting this is with the punkab, a short curtain hung on rods fired through the wall. A man sitting outside pulls a string attached to these rods, and thus keeps a breeze day and night. Travel. ling is generally done at night. Everybody gets up early and does his work before the heat becomes too great. Servants are so cheap that most families have half a dozen of them. Earthquakes are not uncommon. Night is constantly made hideous by the howling of jackals. An Indian lady does not make much more fuss on discovering a snake in her room than a European woman does when she sees a mouse. The government reward for every snake killed has induced some of the natives to start snake breeding. establishments as a good'source of Income. Wild animals to-day rarely approach inhabited places in the ...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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Persian Sherbert. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 February 1888

Persial SC'herbertC. The boverage in Persia is sherbert, which is plentifully supplied, and of which there are many varieties-from the bowl of water with a squeeze of lemon to tho clear concen. trated juice of any sort of fruit to which water is added to dilute it. Preparing sherbert, which is done with the greatest care, Is a very Importantpoint in so thirsty a country as Persia, and one upon which much time is devoted.. It may be either expressed from the juice.of fruit freshly gathered. or froni the preserved extract of pomegranates, cherries, or lemons, mixed with sugar, and submitted to a certain degree of heat to preserve it for winter consumption. Another sherbert is mouch drank, which .1 must not omit to mention, called guz:ansatden, made from the honey of th" tamarisk tree. This hondy is not tile work of the bees, but the produce of a small insect or worm living in vast numbers under the leaves of tihe shrub. During the months of August and September tile insect is collecte...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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Ladies' Column. Marriage Among the Turkomans. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 February 1888

Latbes' Colutlnn. 1Marriage Among the Turklom zas. The Turkoman women do a vast amount of work; they fabricato carpets, screens for doors, work-bagse, horse-clothing, blankets, and, when a young woman is engaged, it is thought to be the right thing for her to work all the tent domestic carpets and other household requisites before she is married. When, however, she does marry withouthav ing completed this task, it is expected from her that as soon as practicable, by her own labor, she will refund in cash or kind to her husband the dowry paid to her parents on marriage. Such dowry generally consists of one hundred sheep and a certain sums of money, which the bridegroom either pays down in a lump sum to the parents of the bride or by stipulated instalments. Before a wedding it is custo uary for the bride groomeafter having arranged for the dowry to be piid to the parents of the bride, to col lect his friends for a succession of horse races and other sports, as also to secure and deco....

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Subjects for Thought. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 February 1888

ublJectrSc fogb Eblumfit. The truly generous man is geneirous both in heart and band. His feelings are deep, h is sympathies keen, his imagination vivid, making him suffer with,.others' woe, and re joice in their joy. He has gentle ways, kindly words, and cordial greetings for all-' in fact, be feels tenderly toward humanity, and does not scorn to show it in his whole demeanor. But all this is to him only the source of a' never.ceasing activity. for the good of mankind. His hand springs to ac complish whatever his generous impulses suggests, and he brings the whole force of his intelligence and reason to aid him in selecting the wisest methods of doing good. Let sympathy and beneficence thus Join hands, and, guided by wisdom and fortified by principle, together seek and work for the improvement and happiness of mankind.; In an age when fools would class love and pity and penitence in the same category with salt and sugar, and when children are taught to regard their parents as anima...

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Pay in Advance. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 February 1888

Pay in Advance. BY A. WANLESS. The whole o' mankind fne the earliest date, Ha'e been barking and biting 'gainst fortune I and fate ; To the maist o' our woes we maun bow and endure them, As naebody kcns how to banish or cure them. But there's ae cure, I trow, that I'm free to i disclose, Would gng a great way to unburden our i woes ; The cure, man, is plain, it is seen at a E glance- 1 Just keep out o',debt, man, and pay in ad- 1 vance. If ye're courting a lass it's the best way o' a' AfMore ye get married to lay doon the law, i Ane tell her off hand, withoittany pretense, To take care bow she handles the shillings and pence. Although at your words she may fume and may fret, Restrain her and charge her to keep out o' debt ; If she'll no be advised let her e'en gang to France, Ne'er marry a maid wlhat'll no' pay in ad- i vance. Yet, should she consent wi' your plans to t agree, Ye'll just be as happy as happy can be; 1 But temptation may come, sac ye maunna be , slow To say ilka day,...

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Sketcher. JOHN MILTON. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 February 1888

%itetcber. JOHIN lIlLTON. John Milton was'a diect' descendant of the ancient family of Miltons'of Miltoin, near Abington, in Oxfordshire. His father was an honarable and worthy citizen of London. His profession, that of a scrivener, he followed for many years, and lived in a lovely little cottage in Bread street, where his three children were born: John, the eldest, subject of our work, Christopher, and an only daughter, Anne. Christopher became a lawyer, and was afterward knighted by the king for some bravery in the army. SAnne married a prominent 'as' well as wealthy man. Edward Phillips of Shrewsbury, and bad several children, two of whom lived and were taught by her brother, John Milton' 1 after he had finished his collegiate course. A few years after her husband's death she married his most intimate friend and partner, Thomas Agar, who; npon.his death, left the business to Thomas. Agar, who, upon his 1 death, left the business to Thomas Mliltoni son of Sir Chistopher Milton.! S...

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BRIGHTON TOWN COUNCIL. MONDAY, FRBRUARY, 6. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 February 1888

BRIGHTON TOWN COUNCIL-.7' MONDAY, FRBRUARY, 0. Present :--Crs Bent (Mayor), B3ur :rows, 'Firanois, Huntly and Walstab. 'The nayyr apologised for the absence of Cr Munro, who had for warded a telegram to the offect that he could not attend. ]I~ealso.stated that Mi- Lucils the Towi Clerk was indisioed ainid :unablo o io present. Con RRaSIEsODE. tE. 1'ron I H. J Moni iti on hiehalif of the luterntiitti tl ie;gatta Comniittee, statiing thllit it wvis tliheir iutention to hold it racht ClIl liace Mcetiini dur iiig the timue of the holding of the Centenioi Exhibition . They would bie ghlid if the lBrigllton Codiilcil vould :sel..two ,delegates to irepresentt thqm on flie Coiinnuittee Cof Muiaugoniont On the motion of Cr 'Waistab, seconidedl liy Cr Fraiicis, the Mayor and Cr Rurrow s:,yweie appointed.:,! From the Hothaun town council, tasking, th t two delegates .,be, ap ponte :to ;attend; a confeiences to be, ,held at ilotham on the''th iist. for th pi srpoifiseof consiiariea til'e' ifst ...

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GENERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 February 1888

:GENERAL ITEMS.o. The corpse of a child in an ad- vanced state of decomposition and partly devoutred by pigs was found lastmondiay in a garden at Meredith. Great floods occured in Western Australia last Monday severa lpersons, being drowned and. great loss of pro perty entailed, ,f A. ,conference :of " the suiburban councils to. consider the question of typhoid fever in all its bearings will E be; held;. in, the .town-hall,-' North Mlelbouirne, next Monday;: at 3 p i.u, The offer obf the Commiercial Bailk of Australia, ' Collins-Street, 'to float r the St. Kildaborough loan of £100,000 at 4} per cent. hias been" accepted by the St. Kilda Council. Ci: Holland was on' Thursday the 2ind. inst elected iiesidenit of the shire of Caulfield in room of the late T I. . I A weliher named. Alfred MortonI was on inonday lasnt relegated to Her 31ajestys gaol for, ag period of;9 3 ' months he having. at Elsternwick races ,onthe 14th iult. carriedon,..his unfai"priactices; i" "; ..;'' f) 1 n Barnu...

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THE LEADER. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, FEB. 11, 1888. INTRODUCTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 February 1888

K, THE LEADER. SiUSTTI( 1T0 ALL. SATURDAY, FEB. 11, 188s. INTIOIr4JTOIRY. Wirn-thiwhi4Hsuo we IIItake.. our 'debut Ibfore. tihe l rpideots of thlr'JTowns of Brighton and the Shires of Moor. abbin, ..Mornington:. Caulfield, and Oakleigh.. .,We., feel, tnat in,, taking. ,upon.ourselves the task,of running this paper, we are doing so with a. laudable desire to assist in the progressive march of thllse ringi and important mlunicipalities. Our columne will he de votedc ohiefiy to thefaithfulchroniol ingof -~ Iii local events; also recording the regular meetingi of\ the"68uiicils ahd"a'polici: courts,. and other items of lodal. andi general importance, and while, of course, devoting our papace chifly.to the detail of evenits in 'our ow'ii iriimediate neigh borhood,; we shall not neglect the pass ing erventsin the great tyorld without. The rustic murmur of our burn." We shall altso'lme2l'' iia'sie'ady to ven tilate hindividual :opinionsi on ourrenit ,.topics In our correspondence columns, ...

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An Eastern Lady. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 February 1888

Ans Easters Lady. The Khedive's wife is described by a lady who was admitted to her presence as still young, at most 26 years old, and has an ex tremely charming face. Her whole appear ance would be bewitching were she not an Oriental, and, therefore young as ahc is, al. ready too stout to be perfectly beautiful ac cording to European notions. She has large, dark eyes, with long, heavy eyelashes, a daz sling complexion-to which art has contri buted nothing-and theloveliest little mouth and teeth. Her neck and arms, as well as her small fat hands, glittered with diamonds, and her dark, fashionably arranged hair was encircled with wreaths of precious stones, and yet, somehow, her toilet seemed not overladen. On the left side of her white surah dress, whose long trail-was completely covered with rich lace, she wore a broche of fresh orange leaves and white roses, and be. low it a miniature of the Khedive set in dia monds ; on a little table lay her golden taba tiere with the signature ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 February 1888

Drapers and Grocers. YORKSHIRE HOUSE, Glen Huntly Road, - Near the Railway Station Elsternwick. ^-0 ROBT. BYERS, In thanking his numerous patrons of Elsternwick, Caulfield, Elwood, Bala clava, St. Kilda, Brighton, etc., etc., for the favours conferred upon him during the first Six Mouths he has been in Business in the abone Suburb, begs to inform them that hlie has determined on Selling the balance of his SUMMER STOCK Of Drapery, Hosiery, Millinery, Gents' ::Shirts, Hats, Ties, Gloves, etc., at Prices which are bound to ensure a Speedy Clearance. -0 All Goods marked in Plain Figures. R..H. B. haviog made a pr.ctice of "holding no stock over until following sesson, can confidentially state that his Prices Defy Competition. Dressmaking in all.; its branches.-Fit ",.; ý,aýl;: . d Style Guaranteed. UiDERCLOTRING A K SPECIALITY.;·· - FOUR WTEEK'S SALE-COMirsENICINO SAT IIRDAY.. Address ROBERT BYERS,' Glen aHntly Road, Elsternwick. EL STE RNWICK RAILWAY GROCERY ST ORE. SCOLLINS Fam ily Gr...

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THE YELLOW AGONY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 February 1888

THE YELLOW AGONY. 1 A largely attended meeting of the 1 residents of the Town of Brighton was held last Monday evening in the large room of the Brighton Town Hall, the Hon Thomas Bent, M.L.A., Mayor of the town occupying the chair. On the platform were Messrs H. Sparkes, J. Allan, J. Graham, T. Nuttall, J Edwards, and Cr. Francis, whilst inh the body of the hall were seated a nuliinbeir of influential ratepayers with a fair sprinkling of the softer sex. M.i Bent, stated that he had called the meeting in compliance with a' requisition signed by upwards of 40 in fluential ratepayers, who had waited upon 1m, the object being to discuss the Chinese iQuestion, and the steps to be taken to prevent a'' large influx of Chinese into this colony. `He would ask the ladies Iand gentlemen present. toi give a patient hearing to the speak. ers and the resolutions they= brought forward: Hea ; polig'ed afo the absence of the town'cler M ELucas, who lie informed the meting was to ,ill to at tend MrJ:...

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CAULFIELD POLICE COURT. MONDAY FEBRUARY 6TH. BEFORE Messrs Holland, and Watts. J's.P. INSULTING BEHAVIOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 February 1888

CAIJLFIELD POLICE COURT. MONDAY FEBRUARY 6TH. BEFORn Messrs Holland, and Watts,. J's.P: .INSULTING BEHAVIOUR:.' SJas. Tierney, a cabman was charged by Constable Looha'unii with insulting behaviour on Siunday January 15th, The evidence sf the constable cor aoboiated by .the barman of the Elsternwick Hotel was that defend ant drove along the St Kilda rioad ta a very srapid pace ;, Wheni he caine near the hiotel with out at all attempting to pull eup he ran the trap against a tree .iiard and also agdaiust the water tiough He then jumped out of the cab anid knock inig violontly at the door demhanded to be seirved with drinks The barmaa refused to serve him,. when he became very violent and asked the baiman to coime outside and attempted to bIenk. in the door. Wen asked wvhat his namhe was he ' efused to tell and at tempted to evade being found ,out <as' the driver of the cab by giving the cins up to a comnpanion on the lbox seat He also took up two bottles of what appeared to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 February 1888

S-~ --..- -.~ i? ; , - :., ^ ; \ ** .. . r* i- - -* -. . . . . .I;u (,iu4W1 u ^. : , ' * ; „ „ ;;:.: . ;|; !1 > . ,*. * ,., .* '4 v- B a C ,.!' r l .* * ^ ^ \ t f . - * * * I I, It I L.[YRU *d^ , 'ts o f Briglhtoll and the S;DlOlldilg Districts the 8 d IB Are reminded that a BRANCH of the Popular 1-f '4 7! M:^ T:X:^J'S; W JL. `.'~ MR, 30 M. 3E3 TY X W1%6 33 M.30S' -^.COJ^S' I^ NWOPEN in BAY STREET, NORTH BRIGHTON, Where theycan^ PROCURE EVERYTHING Required from a "Needle6 to an Anchor. Groceies, Wines and Spirits, first-class quality only kept. Customers called on for Orders. Price lists on application -- ---- --- . - . :7 Th'favour of your patronage respectfully solicited. - : '^' E0 0 W(RTH OF STOCK has th he turned into money. It will be orth your while to give us a call, and you vil1 not be disappointed S. The whole of the Goods are in first-ass conditio, having been purchased within the last six months. 7 * w e o t . 4 . Millinery Department.-: UTntrimmed bonnets, fashionabl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 February 1888

Specii Advertisements. N'4 ;N 1O 'A Tr E- ;T I I U. DAVIDSON, Boot, and, (.Shoe Warehouse, C0omimercial Ro ad ' , S ouet'h~ r r i, Supplies a first-class article, aft 1a very " moderate price.' :9 ls1. a'r ?lis:ý ? '$w·t-'.(,'ni 14 ll;P',~l #i The large.,increaso, in, his business ais the best, "proof that he gives Ssatisfaction. I' One trial will prove this, BARKLY & PARLIAMENT STREETS BRIGHTON.' * W__,,'ki GtKIl~,C. ~ , K3~·~ T, R1 iI~i~f~ 1 J OE0 r' J ONTiRACTOi For As phalting Lawn Tennis CourtsGarden Paths,,Verandahs, Yards, ,Workshops, FENCOING, CARTAGE ' PLOUQHING.' " JON SALE :-Metals, Rubble, S,.,Screenings, Bricks, &e. 'f Family Grocer, Tea Dealer and ---General-Merchant,; "' ST.ANDREW.. STREET, 7c3R 1HTON. , ' BIGTO ;'Famihies waited ' on' for Orders " J. R. BAVINTON, BOTM(A: KFR, POINT NEPEAN; ROAD, North Brighton.i MESSRS..W. H. HUNT AND SON, HOUSE DECORATORS, BAY STREET. -- Brighten"t, Beg to draw the attention of. their numerous friends and patrons to ...

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