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IN SPITE OF HIMSELF. (NEW YORK TRIBUNE.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 July 1888

IN SPITE OF HIMSELF. (Nww xORK Taolen.) ExzCommisaioner Rollin M. Squire is a noted story teller, andr whenever be appears in a public place is surrounded by a group of acquaintances content on lisatening to him. One of his stories told recently was thatof an IDish drill sergeant, who had been put in charge of an awkward squad. At the word of command, 'Right faco,' one of the recruitse turned completely about, bringing himselt exactly in the anme position from which he erarted. Holy Moses,' ehbrieked the Drill Sergeant,' 'phat does yes mane by tornin' completely about when I see right face?' Toe recruit was as awkward in his onewer as he had been in his manaoosvring, and the old aergeant, with the intention of sending him to the guardhouse, demanded his name * Tarner,' aod the man. whereupon Irish wit asmerted iteelf, and the *Id ergeant said: 'Begorra, hand yes ouldn't help it, then.'

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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THE WAY HE LIKES HIS STEAK. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 July 1888

_ HE WAY HE LIKES HIS STEAK. Oaetomer (in :retaran t)-' Here, waiter, beefeteak please.' Waiter.-' Yes, eah yes, suahb. Shall I brung any-hiop wif it, gabt Customer,-'Y"e,. bring it with hate.'

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NOVELTIES IN FANCY-WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 July 1888

NOVELTIES IN FANCY-WORK. In these days of excessive activity (says .s writer in "The Queen ") and never-ceasing movelty, one lives and learns so rapidly that the wonder is that one does not forget more qulokly. In fanoy needlework-as in every thing else-how the fashion changes. What is all the rage one year at bazaars and in drawing.rooms is quite out of date the next, or, at the most, the year after that. Muoh is done in the name of charity, and great good is wrought by the sale of novel and pretty things, so that all credit Is due tý' inventive genius, clover fingers, and rapid manipulation. Many people go to bazaars to pick up ideas for future work, to take hints as to novelties in handiwork of various kinds, so it is to be desired that constant novelties should abound, or the bazrars might lose their charm and their customers. The fashion of mounting photographs In white wood frames, with gold rims, 1 a very popular one at present. A white velvet standing screen, with photograph...

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THE LADIES' COLUMN. ABOUT MUSIC. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 July 1888

THE ' ,LADIES COLUMN. BY VAIV. ABOUT MUSIC, When Shakespeare wrote the man that hath no musoi in himself, Nor Is net moved.with concord of sweat oonedo, An fitor teosaone, atrataesome, and spoils ; Let no each man be trauted, I wonder if he realised how much bad music he was about to inflict on succeeding generations of Englishmen. I do not think he could have done so, or he would have left that passage out of ' The Merchant of Venice' In pity to posterity. Slowly, very slowly-for the British nation is proverbially loath to grasp new ideas-is the notion that to be able to torture amusical instrument0 whether I s bhe have a taste for music or not, is part of the whole education of a lady, is dying out amongst us. John Stuart Mill tells us that education should make us instruments of t happiness, first to ourselves and then to other ( people. A girl who plays mechanically, even though her execution be bril liant, gives no real pleasure, either c to herself or to others. She lacks r th...

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YOUNG SOLDIERS IN INDIA. (ARMY AND NAVY GAZETTE) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 July 1888

YOUNG -SOLDIERS IN INDIA. (AnrM AND AYrr oAzE'rra) The Duke of Cambridge's protest against sending to India soldiers who have not reached the age o fwenty has boon endorped in the most unqualified way. Tho annual sanitary returns abow that bhe death-rate among "boy-aoldl?es" lu India is terribly high, typhoid being the disease whioh is peculiarly fatal among them. The deaths I from this fever among soldiers in their first and seen. yvearof serviooe Inoreseed from 3 31 per 1000 In 1877 to 8 03 In 1886; and medical officers have again and again reported that the extreme youth of the soldiers predisposes them to enterio fever The disease recurs overy ,ear in regiments after the drafts arrive from England, and not the moat elaborato sanitary measuran oan oheok the outbreaks. The poroentage of man Invalided in the first four years of their sereoio has rllenurom forty.eight lu the period 6871 75 to lixty'ofght In 1881 85 and there can ho no doubt that thi- groat in crease has been mainly ...

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ORANGES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 July 1888

ORANGES. OBAt'OE MARorALADF -A very good, easy, and economical way of making orange marmalade is to allow a pound of Seville oranges to one pound and a half of sugar and one pint of water. Cut the oranges into the thinnest possible slices, removing the pips and slioing rind and pulp together. It is beet to remove as much as possible of the white skin of the rind, as this makes the marmalade clearer. Boil the oranges for an hour and a half before adding the sugar. After the sugar is added, the marina lade Is boiled till It jellies, which may be from one hour to one hour and a half. ANOTInE WAY.-A more elaborate way of making orange marmalade is to take a dozen and a half medium-sezed Seville oranges and three lemons, quarter them, take out the pulp, and cut the peel very thinly. Scrape away the juicy part of the pulp, and put it aside with the peel. Put the white skin and pipe into a basin apart. Add to the peel and pulp four quarts of boiling wa'er, less a small quantity, which you ...

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IN THE HANDS OF HIS FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 July 1888

IN'THE HANDS OF HIS FRIENDS. REPonTtt (co at teeman): ' Will you be a candlddte ,r - Statesman n: Excuse me, young man, but I have notbhing to any; I am entirely in the hands of my friends.' Reporter: 'Do you think your health is sufficiently robust to under -' Statesman : 'Nothing to eay, young man; nothing to eoy. My health is also in the hands cft my friends.'

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WIT AND HUMOUR. A PRIZE CONUNDRUM. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 July 1888

WIT AND, HUMOUR. A PRIZE CONUNDRUI. The Victoria Soap and Candle Co. offer a prize ot £5 tor the beet oonundrum on "Genuine Magic Soap" (branded: A heart pierced with an arrow). The answer should draw attenlion to the numerous injurious imitations, and to the fart that Genuine Mngio wabhes clothes io twenty minutes without rubbing. Address: 25 Flinders lane weal.

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THE WRITER OF "UNCLE TOM'S CABIN" AT HOME. HOW MRS. BRE[?] STOWE LIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 July 1888

e THE WRITER OF "UNOLE 209'S. OABIN" AT HOME. NOW MBS. BBEOHBIB STOWB LIVES. The abolition of slavery in Brazil at once& calls to mind the venerable authoress of " Uncle Tom's Cabin," of whom a pleasant picture is given in the " Philadelphia Prese" which will interest our readers. A CHAIBMIN? VIN-OLCAD COTTAGE. A correspondent recently visited the great authoress as her pretty but unpretentious little cottage in Hartford, which during the summer months is almost completely covered with clinging vines and fragrant roaes. In front of this charming vine-clad cottage, which is very suggestive of the authoress, there is a miniature porch extending part of the way across the front. On this porch Mrs. Stowe delights to Bit surrounded by her family circle and whatever friends may call, for some are almost constantly paying their respects to her during calling hours. The interior of the cottage is very homelike. Plenty of fresh air and ounnahno are !alowed to enter and sweeten the ap...

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THE LEADER. JUSTICE TO ALL SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1888. SHIRE COUNCIL NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 July 1888

THE LEADER. BUSIOE TO ALS S 'SATURDAY, JULY. 21, 1888. 8HIRE COUNCIL NOMINATIONS.' -4-- BEFORE our next issue the nominations for seats at our various municipal council boards will have been made and'the numerous applicants for the ;. coveted honours will be in the thick of the fight. We have in a recent num 5ber of this journal given the names of :th'" retiring councillors, and ouFrrate: ;payers are no doubt fully seized with :the names of all those who either come 'forward as new blood or again offer :themselves for re-election. As far as ,Lthe town of Brighton is conerpetd,{it t eedns apparent that the retiring 'ioun '?c?illots will have a walk-over, there .'being no burning questions t,: aitate the minds of the free and independent electors, who consider that' their in terests have been very well guarded. In the Moorabbin shire, consequent: upon the re-subdivision that has just .k-vtakeit place, the whole of the council lora go out of office, but are eligible :for re-election, t...

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THE STORY OF A WOMAN'S COURAGE. ROBERT HOWS FLETCHER, IN THE [?]NAUT. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 July 1888

i THIE STORY OE.-A- WOMAN'S - ':'COURAGE. RoBarT Howa FLrHoaBg, IN ias 'ARaoxAuT.' a CHAPTER L 3 The Johnstown stage was due at City of Rooks at S o'clock. About that hour a man in a flannel shirt, dirty soldier trousers tucked in his boots, and a slouch baton the back of his' bronzed, bearded, nnkempt head, mate 'rialtied in the obscurity of the doorway of the etation-house, and shading his eyes with hie hand, looked down the road. Ae he stood thdre a cloud of dust became visible in 'the distance. It floated and wavered nearer and nearer, until the creaking and jingling of dry wood, leather and metal, end the pounding of hoofs, were heard. Then, as the cloud ap proacbed' the station, an apparition of two boisea and a stage coach was seen within it The cloud stopped in front of the house, the dust settled, and the coach, coated inside and out with the white powder, was disclosed. The driver, looking like a miller, laid his whip en the roof and prepared to doeHnud. The station-.keepe...

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CAULFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, JULY 19.Present-Crs. Holland, (president), Lane, Long, Langdon, Griffin, Hartle, Ballantyne, Le Page, and Cotton. MINUTES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 July 1888

CAULFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL' THURSDAY, JULY 19.::. Present-Crs.' Holland, (president), Lane,: Long, Langdon, Grifl;n.:-Hartle, Ballantyne, Le Page, ahd Cottofi., - MINUTES., Th'e minutes of 'last'ordinary ind of two special meeting 'werbe read and .confirmed ....Crs. Ct.ton, Long, Griffin, and Le Page objecting .to a mitiute passed, whereby thecouncil voted the -sum of £105 to Mr. Pennington on.his resigning the position of rate-collector :for the Shire. Cr.:Cbtton said 'that'if the vote had been to a peeor man".he would not have had so much objection, but ,he further .objetctid because.it had 'been operly staited att the "6tunhcil table tliat a tery lirge amount of rates hadt rcriainiid for a long tinme iun 'ollected".' , ; : CORRIcSPoNDENCEo .:: , ' CFrom' the Chief Secretary statiing 'in'aii.wdr to' anl iaplicatioh for smore 'plic& 'ldotdction, such'would be at tenidld to aft or the Exhibition.--Itwas resdlvcdtn "accomuit.of so many' iavvies b hing in tlidlistrict; the secret...

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BRIGHTON TOWN COUNCIL MONDAY, JULY 16.Present-Crs. Walstab (Chairman), Burrows, Francis, Hamilton, Munor Huntly, and O'Shea. CORRESPONDENCE [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 July 1888

SBRIGHTON TOWN COUNCIL I MoNDAY, JULY .16. PreFont- Or. Walstab (Chairman), *', Tnrb'o;v Franois, Hdiiilton;MiMnro, Huntly, nd O'hoea. COfl018i'ONDENOE. From 'th i .serotary? of the Fire! Brigadoes.,' Asooiation, enclosing 'a cheque foi G6'i?ithd -th~ same' being the. moiety for the local fire brigade for the terns? tor ilng June 80th, 1888. 'I'ho 'To yrnf Oeriik was intruoted to aekijowle.dge .tlim cheque with .thanks, 'nil remit the sinne to the Brighton Voluntoer Filo 'rigdflu e '' .r om Srrgeantt' MeHugli, of ,Fitzroy, onnveying the thanks of the.police to the". council for 'the resolution re. .coutly .:passed affirming the . prin cipleo o police enfranchisement. Itceoived. " 'roxti II £ .D Dob'g?on;,*'rfplyto the council's :request,? for 'himm to sup port thequestio o of police enfranchise ment, stating 'that although lat'first disinclined to comply, he, had, after! more mature. consideration, decided to do so. He had.thought that the grant ing of this boon to the police in a c...

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

Drapers and Grocers;. L.ADIES, ;the, New Goods are just S opened-, for- ,the, coming.,Season. Try and make it convenient to conie and, see them. I shall be glad to send you samples. The value this season beats all in the past. Dress Tweeds, Checks and Plain Dress an immense variety. - Calicoes, Sheetings,' Cambrics, White robes. -4 Embroidery, all widths. 'A fine Stock of Everything 'to choose 'rom at . Payne's. 149, Bourke street East. 149 S Special Advertisements. T: CO.q0KE, '; General House Painter, . Decorator, &c., ' ' Good Workmanship and Best Materials Guaranteed. High Street, Armadale. Estimates Given. H. MONTGOMERY, CARPENTER & CABINETMAKER, 46A Chapel Street, Estimates given. Furniture Repaired and Repolished. All Orders promptly attended to. S Music Warehouse. . FEISS BROS., MANUFACTURERS OF Orchestrions, Pianos, Harmoniumns, Organs, 128D CHAPEL'STREET WINDSOR. Musical Boxes, Violins, Fancy Figures, Concertinas, Accordions, &c. Re paired at Modera...

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

DARD MUTUAL BUILDING SOCIETY. S Shares, £25, Entrance feee, is. per share S'subscription, 2s. Gd. 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. S Smith. Esb.: T. W. Swiudley, Esq.; J: Zevenboon, Esq,, J.P. ; M. L. Stodart, S EsSolicitor-Montague Coher, Esq. S: (Messrs Pavey, Wilson and Cohen), . Table B,-Showing the payments per calen. der month (principal and interest), for a loan of £100. No of I Monthly Total Am- Interest for thei years r Repayments I oust rapaid whole term E . . £4108 £108 s120 £81 Four., 2810 11740" 17 40 Biz :. 1 1s 0 12800 0 26 0 0 Eight" 1 8 4 13 00 36 00oo: Ten ..' 14 4 14 00 46 00 Twelve 1 1. 8 156 0 0 . 0 0 Under the above table the. Society: is prepared to lend three-fourths of-the value 1 of approved securities, and in special 'ases a larger proportion. Borrowers have the privil...

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

Poet Office and Telegraph Department, General Post Office, Melbourne, 17th July, 1888. T?ENDER S are invited and will be received at the General Post Office, Melbourne, up to noon on Tuesday, 7th August,1888, from persons desirons of leasing to this department for three (3) years pre. mises at Cheltenham, suitable for Post and Telegraph Office, FREDK. T. DERHAM, - .t Postmaster-General. :: :;' SATURDAY,'JULY 9I. At T At Three o'Clock. On the Ground. CAULFIELD-GARDENS ESTATE, CAULFIELD, Situated at the Corner of, Sh BALACI;AVA ROAD= HAWTHORN ROAD, Opposite the' Caulfield °Recreatibn:iReserve and Midway Between Malvern and Caulfield ý' i ; ! + .Railway Stationis, And , Near the Famous and Pretty Caulfield Race Race- course.. The Property is Situated in theVery ' SPick-f _this ýRapidly Improving:;Diqtricht The rPubleitaE Specuiators,; Builders,? and Others are Requested to Keep the Date ''"? f . ..,?ifthe-Sale in Mind. To be Sold by the Well-known, ".. AUCTIONEERS, ?i- E E-J- DIXON. AN...

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

SpecIal.;Advertlsements. .DBABELY d PARLIAMENT STREETS BRIGHTON. +WM. CLARK, CONTRACTOR 1ir Asphalting Lawn Tennis Courts, Garden 1Pa Verandahes. Yards, Workshops, ke., &c. &c. 1OQNG, OCARTAGE, & PLOUGHING S,, ON SALE:-Metals, Rubble:: .,...-.. Screenings, Bricks, &c. -,-; R. BAVINTON, -.OO-T MAXK ER, POINT NEPEAN ROAD, North Brighton. S : ;!J' t; -.: I : 0., ,:, .T 1 , ,( ,. ~:.": , te, WAR)D .S S . ý!i, ; ý T . : i? .. ,, ;, '' : , -" . ': : '1'T ,* DRTOCK ERTA Y AT IMMENSE": -EDVOIONS. Their newGoods for. Spring t?and:Smmer are l coming [or war d, early, and as their Slioproom is-, limited ; the i pre.ent. Stock greas bargains will be offered. The public .,we r:iesct k? invit~eid [to pays a visit of - 3n ......:o: I4:'r T'." l:tS .. ..: : . F ?:??. t o. u -·-man .?ti ,,i .':-. . . ·· ,'?:;;? ,7 ADTIMNLOP E& REDWARDS, C? imer eial-road, Pri aindP.Su r [. . ?tablihed 18 2.] • o o :& ,, .. .o . . .... S:toc T s n e e so&Lc" z."...

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REPORT on TIN-MINING PROPERTY near TINGHA. N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 July 1888

REPORT on TIN.tINING PROPERTY near TINOGl. N.B.W., By Osleb thomes;O .g. et?,' 8 Bleeaelgton street, to. dllds, Melbourne. To the Provledonal Directors Oentlemen, In asonrdanoc with inftrotloos received from Viokery, Eoq., I proceeded to Tioghs to Lnspeot the pmportyshowe on the rketoh.plan furnished me, and cg to repor eae ftOlowe : lhs ground Is Ittnated about 81 miles 8.W. from iogha, In .the parish ot Cope'. Ureek. county of Nardinge, andoompriere 14 oelaiems, numbreo reopen. lively it,. £11, L10, 409. 408, 407, LI., ot5. L0S, LoI. 401. 4l0, 404, 45, containing 290 a·ros-mare or The so-called " lode" follows a onurie varying from HN.15deg. E. at the west end of the ground, to N 47dog. X. at the east end, whole it apparently functlon,. in block 5t5. with a" lode" runnieg nearly eat and wet, Aooordng toi eooprience s large depose of ore will probably be met with bohere. The " lode," as far as at present opened out, onelsate of quartz contain. ingfelepar, with oco'lou-il rich depoi...

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

TS TEIntGA PaOPRIETARY TIN MINING COPA?XIT, NO IABAILITY. To the Provisional Directoe. Bemtltime, In se plaao with our reoqust I hive lnotomtd your tin"'property In the New England distrct, eltuated about four miles sooth-cast from Tlngha, and beg to hand you my report thereon. I examined the blocke marked on Plan. l?e. 4W0, 400, 405, 40, 402, 401, 400, 401, and 46,. goaag over them from weet to east. There has been but little work done on any of them, wish the exooplotn of Nos. 400 and 145. On No. 400 there have beeon two hafts pot do wn oneabort G21t, the other about 461., and In each a GOOD PATABLIE LODE has been oIdOOVRRED; In fact, at the 80t. level the STONE Is EZXOP TiONAbrLY IHOB, and every ndication of the .lode oting down, INORlEABIGO Into s0 and Q'tALITY. From 1%ft. to lift, from the surface the country Is o-mewhat disturbed; below theis depth the oonnty !s more settled, the lode well defined, with good clean w 41, ant tne etone very goor, lndeed. Ihe atone I. p.yable all...

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

: Special Avertisemnents . P LLOT:. AND WOODMASON, 1? Chapel Street, 10 PRAHRAN, rTWO DOORS NORTH OF COFFEE TAVERN., \-THIE-_ CHEAPEST FURNITURE WAREHOUSE --IN-- South Yarra, Prahran; Windsor' aid St. Kilda.: How to Furnish a 8-roomed Cottage for £13 .13s., for net cash : Dining-room Colonial Sofa, with Squab and Bolsters . 1? 7 6 Cedar Chiffoniere Safe, Polished 1 _6 0 Six Cane Chairs ... .. ... 1 4 0 Round Table 0... ... ' 12 6 Table Cover ... ... 0 5. 6 SFender and Irons 0... .;. ... 012 6 "Matting to cover room ... 10 6 Hearth Rug 0 6 6 Cornice Pole and Brackets ... 11 6 Slip Mat ... ... Bedroom Fnll-size Bendstend.. .. ...... 1 10 0 Palliasses ..' * .*.. ..0 .o d1o 0 Full-sized Flock Mattrass ... 0 18 6 Flock Bolster .. . 6 0 Fwb Flock Pillows.. .. .. 0 0 Waslh Stand, with Tod;el niril(";: W -.""'O Dressing.Table ::...- .... .. 0 s Full-size Toilet.Sct' . . 0 10 (; One Cane Chair ;.. . .. 0 4 o Toilet"Glss' ;ý ..: . " 0), Table .... ... .. 0 12 0 eatSae ..... .. .. 0 11 6 Two C...

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