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

Special. PLEASANCE'S SPECIAL TINCTURE OF PODOPHYLLIN The best remedy yet discovered for ,Biliousness, Bilious Headache, Constipation, Heartburn, Indigestion, and all Maladies arising from a sluggish Liver. PLEASANCE'S SANTONIA WORM SYRUP, A Never-failing Preparation for Removing and Destroying Round or Thread Worms in Adults and Children. Should any of the symptoms briefly given e belowbenoticed, the presence of Worms canbe safelyconcluded :-Restless ness, irritability, grinding the teeth atnight,starting dur ing sleep. picking the nose, dark rings under the eyes, variable appetite, &c. SOLD IN BOTTLES 2s. EACH Typhoid Fever ! ,The Homceopathic Remedy for Typhoid Fever, PLEASANCES SPECIAL ..,TINCTURE OF BAPTISIA-.: The presence of Typhoid, Enteric, Gastric, or Colonial Fever, as the disease is variously termed, is becom ing alarmingly on the increase in this colony. The atten tion of the public is drawn to the value of the above remedy, either as. preventive or as a cura tir...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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THE OUTLAWS OF TUNSTALL FOREST. A ROMANCE OF THE OLD WORLD. BOOK IV. THE DISGUISE. CHAPTER III. THE DEAD SPY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 July 1888

THE OUTLAWS OF TUN sTALL FORE T.; A ,'ROMAANE OF THE OLD WORLD. Br ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON, Au... ther ,ol" reasure Island," Etc. BOOK IV. THE DISGUISE. CHAPTER IIL ITS DEAD arr. Thro.ughout this furious and rapid passage, 'Lawless had looked on helplessly, and even when all was over, and Dick, already, enariisen to his feet, was listening with ,the most passionate attention to the distant bustle it the lower stories of the house, the olddoutlaw was still waveringon his legs like a shrub in a breeze of wind, and still stupidly dtaring on the face of the dead man. "It is well,' said Dick, at length ; they Slave not heard ns, praise the saints I Bat, 'now, what shall I do with this poor spy ! At least, I will take my tassel from his wallet.' So saying, Dick opened the wallet; within Sat found a few pieces of money;: the tassel, and aletter addressed to Lord Wonoleydale, and sealed with my Lord Shoreby'e seal. I JThename awoke Dick's recollection; and he instantly broke the wax and read...

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

Colleges and Schools. "FINIS CORONAT OPus." BRIGHTON I.0I'ES' COLLE GE (" Ellesmere,")" . ST. ANDREW STREET, Near the Toewn Hall PRIoCIPAL: MR. J. J. HAINES, (Late of Clifton Hill Ladies' College), For several years teacher under the Board of Education, Assisted by MISS A. E. COX. English Literature and Mathematics, S. GRENFELL, B.A., L.L.B. French and German, HERR OTTO MULLER. '.Drawing and Painting, J. F. JONES, EsQ. Pianoforte, :T .HA?.MOND, Es?i: ' Miss BURKITT, R.A.M., MRs. ORR, and Miss A. E. COX 'Calisthenics,,.. : ,i ; .. MISSEs DICK and MOON. Resident Governess: MISS A, E. COX. TERMS (Payable in advance) DayPupils: '. ' English'(as below), also Languages ... One and half to Four Guineas per Term Resident Pupils (under 12 years): English (as below), also Languages, Music, and Painting Twelve Guineas per Term ' Resident Pupils (over 12 years): English ,(as below), also Languages, , Music, and Painting ... Fifteen Guineas per Term ENGLISH in its various branches com prises Rea...

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GOING PREPARED. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 July 1888

GOING PREPARED. Landlady (to boarder) : ' N.Jw, what earthly une have you for my aoal-ahovel in yoear room at this bour of the night 1' B,arder: 'Why, I bad a dream last night of anding a buried treasure, but didn't have a thing to dig it up with, so to-night I'm going to make sure of it.'

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 July 1888

LOCAL ITEMS:: We have much pleasure in recording that the Hon. Thomas Bent, M.L.A.. , has so far recovered as to warrant his removal to his residence, which was ; accomplished on Thursday. last. He suffered-a relapse during the removal although'every 'crerwas taken to pre vent his feeling the oscilation, of the vehicle iii ihichhe wasbeingconveyed. Howqye.on. arrival he recovered some- I .what'ai d his medical adviser repbrted ere night closed on that he had greatly improved. It is anticipated that some time will elapse ere Mr. Bent will bie sufficiently restored, to health as to resume his Parliamentary duties. A large number of the residents of Caulfield assembled last Monday eve ning at the Caulfield Club Hotel, the occasionibeing a!" sdcial "'ttendered to Mr. J. Russell, who, for the last two' years and a half has held, the position of statio-in?aster at Cailfield; but has just been transferred, to Wangaratta. During his term of office, Mr. Russelli has made many friends, and hi...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JULY 18. Before Messrs Jordan, Irwin and Looker, J.s.P. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 July 1888

OAKLEIGi P CE COURT: . .. WEDNESDAY] "JULY 18,- _ -. " Before, srs or rn and '';0A'RELESS{OARiTERSt :?J;C , W. rlhistie, chargeh : with .?h aving no light onthis veh'icle'e rii fined 5s with 2s 6d costs,' and for making use of obscene language had to stump nap 'llfla'-sovereig"i~t+'.'Tlios;" 'Hillifdr furtous. driyug.,was ..fined l3s; and -John 'MIKinley-7sGd-for- being-.away from his. horse and dray so. as' not to have controlofi;dfie. l I' INSULTING BEIAVIOUR. . St;nubi? Uf youl iofi respectable appearauce' ere Lchaiged l~~Sinior Constable Grayf 'With) insulting' be haviour at the Chu1dli of England, . ellinigton, on. Sunday., evening, ;1st inst. 'I.heir nairheswereI J.:.Mustard, junr.. J. Taylor, ' T.Johinsonh, Edwin and James Watson, an'd Thomas, John and Frank Stevens. Senior Constable, Grey stated . that for some time past, worhipliers at he above churcich had;1 been subjected considerable 'annoyance by the vagari of gangs' of youthls who: made it a practice to. disturb' 'the ...

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No Formal Lover. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 July 1888

No Formal Lover. L.t'othere woo, if so they choose, : '" . With courtly airs and graces, With studied phrases out of books, .And.dffdent embrao( My loving heart more ardently , Expresses its emotion, And ,a glow of rapture clasps The object of devotion. The formal lover at the door,. To whisper ' good-night,, lingers,: Content to hold the maiden's hand, : Perchance to ies her fingers; . ... ;' 'While I, with arms arouno herwalat. . Would be more hold about it, And kise the maiden on her lip-. I would-rou need not doubt it. She might be vrx.d with me at fltat. But shortly wuulo r, cover Her. wonted calm, andraink the m'ore . Of her impnlsive lover; For, spite ofertiqutte,. my heart Will thus de clare its passion; And cannot tell its love at all In, any frigld fashion. ,Let others ceremonions be, With ever strict insistence; And keep their friends and relatives At a respeotful distianoee' ' ' ; This hears of mine is not suppressed By.any icy cover, But well betrays, in ianyn ways, ',,...

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A ROMANCE OF TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 July 1888

A ROMAN CE OF TRADE. In a recent report otheo , oollen industry at Liege, the Uoited (States Consul tere relates .the hbietwy, of..the great Belgisn house of Ocokerizl, :' the most importantk producer of mechanioal power in the world.' Towards the close of the last oentory the two msot important manufacturing firms l' Verviers were these of Simonls and-Blolly; they w. re anxious to employ the newly. invented English maobhinery, but the seeret was jealously preserved. In spite of thie, a yourg Irish. mechanle, namedl, William Cckerill, went to Sweden. to put up Rooulspinning machinery, tt?t finaing re ovcouragement there he went to Hamburg: Here he was found in 1797'by tO e bean if the Simonis firm, who induced him to Pet,1- at V'rviers with his two sons, J' hn and William. Here be entered, into arrangemcnts.with, the two firms ,f Simofe and liolly. to make for them exosluelvy , oarding.et d epint ing mech ne*, for each. of which hoewas to receive 25,000f. To,pre serve he tecrnt, Coc...

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THE YOUNG FOLKS. MY PLUCKY BOY TOM; OR, SEARCHING FOR CURIOSITIES IN INDIA FOR MY SHOW. CHAPTER VII.—TOM'S NEW FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 July 1888

THE YOUNG FOLKS. !MY PLUOKY BOY TOM; OR, SEAROCHING FOR CURIOSITIESIN I INDIA FOR MY SHOW. Br P. T. BAnuN?, CArrT?iYVII.-Touxs New FIECD. Attlaert i,r [l'ordyce and therest of the men reiolied the hotel,,and heard the astonishing etory of Tom Bradford. XMt. Fordyce saw that it would :nob do to delay... H. hurried "to 'the cave 'under 'the guidnoceot'Tom, tiking with him a' 'suficint. quantity of rpes,' obloroform;, and' the Sneceaessar paraphernalia.. There could be no mietaking the meaning of these 'preparations, and, as a consequence, he had a large- and onniying following of the 0villagera and countrymen. The tiger was still asleep when the party reached the cave, but, after some delicate nmanipulation, the sponges of ohloriform' It tastened to long sticks (and whosoe odour had already produced some effect on the animal) were shoved in front of bis nose, and kept n there until he finally succumbed. Mr. Fordyce knew when it was safe to roll away the bonlcer, and, after dexterously...

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CORRA CATCHING. (C. T. BUCKLAND IN LONGMAN'S MAGAZINE) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 July 1888

CORRA CATCHING. (0. T. BUoKLRnD IN LONUMAI'S AOAZI?1 ),. ! Aitbough most peopie have a f nbural aversiun tosnakes, and would o, no eo.seunr touch them, there are some persons who `ar acurstonied to handle anakes (Traotare ser pentes), and will pick up a wild- poisonous snake from the ground with impunity. Gerrge Borrow, the author of "The Gipssee in Spain," had this tacuity; and I knew two .fioera, one of whom was a captain in a Soo,8.h regiment, whlst his brother was the dootor, who ead that thib faculty wae born in them. In a work published not long ago by Mr F. B. S maon, a retireC Idian civilian, he gives the followi, g presorlp ion fbr otihing cobras :-- When you come upon )our Oobra, make him rear up and exvand his hood. He generally does this quickly enough, but should he delay whiste'to him, Imitating the snake charmers. He will then certainly raise his head. Then with a small cane or stick, or theramrod of a gun, gently press his head to the ground. The snake wil' not objec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 July 1888

RICHMOLMND 31.O }YWRKS. CHURCH- STREET. Near Railway Station, RionrroND. MI. 'RATOLIFFE, Engineer, Blac1kmith, ' Manufac turer of oevery description of Cast SandVWro?gl i ronwork:; All Akinids of Machlineiybio " paired: Notice to Advertisers .and Correspondents. Advertisements addressed to T. "M. Donaldson intended for insertion in this Paper should reach onhi~fice not later thaa 5 p.m.; on .Fridays; and. alterations, and additions to Slandin?"Advertisemdeints not later than noon on Thursdays to ens.re attention. "All orders for \withdiisW\l must be made in writing, as verbal notices cannot.be entertained. Corresponidents foX* aodiug" CIftnic NOTICEs, reports of CRICKET'.FOOTBALL. &c., or any other.intelligence of local in' portanceo are. requesteU to addr'ess them' "T the Editor," care bf'T. 3 Dbtildobn & Co., and' to forivards the, sam'ei'as . early 'asnepossible', but ,not later: th S:'noon. o'i ThdrsdaysTscdto ;write 'onu o''ne side of paper only.. Siigh No i 1or...

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A MOTHER'S ANGUISH. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 July 1888

A iMOTBER''l ANGUISB. The following Is not an uncommon ex perinne, and ontalns a serious warning, A tbeinlfi boy, ha ve years of age, after playing merrily for several boura in the more or lea humid atmo.pber, of a bright spring day. after beayy rain, suddenly becime dull and feveridsýb.d vas put to bed. The doctor beinýg ,ttItr, pronounced the'dliease typh,,ld ?,epite patient and skilful nursing, the rlght and promicing child di.d. This is but gi liaustrarion of what is takina plans daily f overy srghurh. and will t.,ke placs till every bouaeholder dilinfeots his premises syatemati callr hy the most effective material known, .is, Hopter'e Odoourles Dasinfectant. Read the tea+iTnny nt leading phyalcians Tins for afurery Chras in balk for geceral nuse, from aOwes, tram terminus, Collins itreet.

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RUNNING GHOSTS TO EARTH. (THE BOSTON GLOBE.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 July 1888

RUNNING GHusTS TO EARTH. (THE BOSTON GLOBE.) Tackling spirits, seizing apparitions by the throat, nailing hallucinations, peering into haunted houses, and boarding spooks it their dens, experimenting with thought transference and mesmerism, and in general monkeying with all the unfathomable mysteries of the, human eoul- this is the unique occupation of a body of learned men called the American Society for Psychical Researcb. In a back room of a modest-looking house in Boyleston place is the headquarters of the society's secretary, Richard Hodgson, LL.D. In this simple room, filled with books, pamphlets, and ciroularse, sits the man who hopes that his efforts will aid in solving the riddle that all the sages of all the nations have given up in vain-the "riddle of the painful earth." He hopes not many years will elapse ere eati factory answers can be given to these world-old questions: What is mind? What is the soul? Is it immortal? What is life and what is death? He hopes that Nature...

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A SAILOR'S LUCK. (NEW YORK SUN. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 July 1888

:A SAILOR'S LUCK. (NoW YOoR BUN. For two weake, upon a certain oonasion, I, Jack Tar, able seaman, belonging to the port of Plymouth, and having scarcely been taught to read and write, was worth my millions. I had more clear treasure under my hands than would have bought the Astors, the Goulds, and the Vander bilts combined. It is a curious story, and though I o-n tell it only in a plain, sailor like fashion, it may be of interest. Tne Straits of Malacca, as you all know, is that narrow body of water between rhe island of Sumatra and the Malay peninsula. Beyond are the Java Sea, the islands of Java and Borneo, and if you sail for enough you will bring up at New Guinea. A. you enter the straits from the north-west you have Acheen head on the right, being the butt end of Sumatra, and Penang Island on the left, this latter lying off the .alay comae, and being for years the rendezvous of pirates. Up to 18589; a which time British cruisers shelled thi island so often and so vigorously es...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 July 1888

Drapers and Grocers. LADItES the Nei Goode are just L opened fort the comiinlg Season: Try and make it convenient to coime and see them. I shall be gladto.b saed .youi aamp'es. The value;thie sevioni boats oll' in the past. Dress Tweeds, Checks and Plain Dress an immenso variety. Calicoes, Sheotings, Cambrics, White :.obes. Embroidery, all widths. A fine Stock of; Everything to choose 'rom at Payne's 149, BllDourke street East.. 149... Special Advertisements. T. COOKE, General House Painter, Decorator, &c., Good :Workmanship. and ,Best Materialn Guaranteed. -, igh Street,; Armadale,.: Estimates Given. H. MONTGOMERY, CARPENTER &. CABINETMAKER,; . 46A ;Chapel Street, Estimates given. Furniture Repaired and Repolished. All Orders promptly attended to.. Music Warehouse.` FEISS BROS., MANUFACTURERS OF' Orchestrions, Pianos, iHarimoniums, Organs, . 12SD CHAPEL STREET YWINDSOR. Musical Boxes, Violins, Fancy Figures. Concertinas, Accordions, &c. Re paired at Moderate...

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 July 1888

AGRICULTURATL NOTES. Cold wintry weather has been experienced in South Australia during the past ten days. e Some of, the elatern distrioti have'had a godd a deal of rain, while other parts again comriplain 0 of a deolenocy. Much more rain is required by the growiug crops, as the soil has not yet had a good soaking this season. The dry weather is the' subject of com plaint froms every portion of New South Wales. R~.eports, however, from the back country state that grass and water are still t plentiful, and that stock are in good condi tion. The lambing season is now at a close, and the percentages, as a role, have been 1 vety satisfactory. Shearing has commenced on several stations, and by the end of the month 'will be in full swing all over that colony. Tasmania is being favoured with very genial weather for this season of the year. In point of foot, the temperature is so genial that fruit trees are beginning to blossom much e'rlier than usual. Stock in all parts are low in conditi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 July 1888

A GRE&T 8VING. Dsnkm and on's economiuer gasbunmer will ·ulv . r'09 a IIaht ascool again, awl loosen your asI bills by nns·fourth 6m 'that you go' mbrm. John Danlts and Son, 42 onluy Bniks *atgoq Kest.-(ADVy

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FROM EGYPTIAN BATTLEFIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 July 1888

An elxraordinary dis'olunre was made at Aberdeen the other day, when the Austrian vessel Dab arrived at' the port loaded with bonesfor manure. The captain stated that she got her cargo at Alexandria, and that all the bones came from Cairo. They were supposed to be chiefly the bones of giraffoe, buffalore, antelopes, and catnole but when they were being put on board, many complete human skeletons were seen amsngat them. The captain re fusedto ship these, and told the natives that he would have no bones of the Christians. The natives demurred. When he inquired where they got them, they told him that it was the custom for notivee to go in large bodies to the scenes of battlefielde. and then dig in the trenches for the remaine of the white men. After collecting the bones, they sold them to merobhant, who in their turn, ship them to various ports for manure. The asptain of the Dab fears that notwithstand - ing the preoaunione he took when loading, a good many human skeletons are mixed up...

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MALVERN POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, JULY 21. (Before Messrs. Jones and Edsall, J's.P.) UNREGISTERED DOG. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 July 1888

MALVERN ,POLICE COURT: S'SATURDAY, JULY 21; : (Before Mssrs. 'Joiies and Edsall,. SJ's.P.) UNREGISTERED DO. . . James Noonan was charged by :R'. G. Rossiter, shire inspector, wvith! hay iog a dbg on 'his premises, the same not being registered. As it appeared that the wrong Sarty had been summoned, after a leligthl!y hearing the case was dismissed. DEBT CASE. Jones :and Lawrence sued George Lawson .fr the sum of £30 12s.,and a verdict for the amount with 5s; costs was returi.ed:. -: -BREACH OF BYLAWS. W. P. Jones, for driving over the footpath, was fined £1 with.2s; 6d. costs ; and Mr. Hill and Mrs. God dard had to. pay 5s. for each cow found straying on the public streets, with 2s. 6d. costs each. AN OMISSION. The name of George Steel. Davis having been omitted from the voters' roll-by error, was on application, there being no. opposition, ordered to be in serted, and the court then adjourned, m~~~~~~~~, mm??n?? ~m?m'? "

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MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JULY 24. Present—Crs. Clarke (president), Benson, Robinson, Woodmason, Martin, Edsall, Mercer, M'Kinley, and Heywood. MINUTES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 July 1888

MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JULYo 24. Present--Ors.'OClarke (president); Ben son, Robinson, Woodmason,' Martin Edsall, Mercer, M'Kinley,.;and.Hey. wood....... ' S MDINUTES. The niatiutes of last. meeting were :read:and confirmed, anil thie:secretary's outward correspondence read. and ap proved of:. . . ... ":The inward ooriespondenci -i as of an unimportant ohaPdhcter.-----? I RE'ORTS. ; The Pnublic Works. Committe re commenided the accoptaice of Willis Bros.' tender for the supply of metal at Ss 5d per yard. That with refer ence to1 fowler's claim, the Gas Corn pany be, informed that this council does not acknowledge anyliability in the matter .of recouping him for'any damages' he may have sustaiiied through the reported accident to a horse on the Dandenong road. . That Mr. Singleton be informed that this council would be willing to plant trees on the road near his property, provided his neighbours would join in thli ei. pense, so .as to obtain uniformity. That the Surveyor be ...

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