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LEMONS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 July 1888

LEMONS. LaONx JAMl.-Take asi lemons, slice them thin, and let them stand in three quarts of water for thirty..elx hours. Then boil till the lemons are tender; add BIb sugar, and boil gently for an hbor with the augar: BOILED LEMON PUDDING.-Ingredienta : Half a pound of minoed snet, twib broad crumbs, the juoca and peel of two emall 1-mons., oz moist sugar, tlb flour, and two eggs. Mix together the enet, bread-orn lbs, sugar, and flour; add the peel of the lemons. finely mined ; moisten with the lemon.juioe, the beaten egg-, and euffioient milk to make a thick batter. Boll threet.hours and a half. BAKED LEsnON PuoDso'~ -Icgiedlients :' The jice and grat-.d rind of one lemon, one tableepoonful of butter, three eggs, one tea cup of anger, two tablespoonsful of maiaens, and two cups of milk. Put the milk In a saucepan on the fire. When it Is hot stir in the maizena, which has been mixed with two tablespoonsful of cold water. Boil till It is thick, stirring constantly, thenpdd the butter...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 July 1888

FOOTBALL. Brighton v.- Marlton, to bo pliiyed'Q" this afternoon at Brighton Beach,.At 2.45. Team-Alleo, Agg (2),-Ballnn tyne, Cox, Eveiinghiam, Friend, Grout, Hammond, Hlughel , I1enty, HIamiilton,. MBfurdoci (2), Stewart, Teague, Temple 'ton, Watsford, Webb, Wright,- and ,Wilson. "Brighton versus Marlobone.--This match was played last Saturday at Albeit Park, and iesulted in a win for the lattur by 5 goals and. 7 behinds to 3 goals (kicked by Honty, Cox, arnd 'Vatsford) and 5 behinds. Hammond Honty, \Vebb, and Tomplotoii played ?aI'good gamo for the locals.

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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A KING MAKER SULKY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 July 1888

A KING.MAKER SULKY. Marshal Campos, who restored the Bonur bone in 1874 by his pronunciamento, has (writes the Madrid correspondent of.the ** Daily Newa") sinoo then been the montor of the Liberal party, and a sort of military protecotor to the saccessors of the late King Alfonso Senor Sagseta appointed him Captain-General.of Madrid, the highest military command in the kingdom, at the head of 14 000 picked troops. Thelast daily duty of the C.ptain General is to get the passe word and oountersiln for the garrison from the Sovereign himself, or the member of the Royal family next In snoceeeloo, to the throne, During the abeence of the Infants Isaboea and the Regent, this member hop p ened to be the Infants Eulalia, wife of Prince Antonio do Mon'peneior, to whom Marshal Campos deolined to go, though ro quest d to do so by the Mini-tor of War. He resigned his command, saying that he could not go for the countersign to the wife of a major of aiHusear regiment under his orders. The notion...

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A HINT TO HOUSEHOLDERS [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 July 1888

A HIN I TO HOIUSEBOLDBIS. .' Madam,' said the landlord at a Park atreet house, as he called the other morning. I have come to tell you that-that---' 'That you are going to lift the- ret idol. per month,' bhe interrupted.' ' Well, ye e. Rents have sharply advanced, you know.: 'Well, we won't pay it.' ' No. I sunppoe not, and you will move on 1st May.' ' Yes, *,r; and meanwhile you can put a sign on the house. I saball be only too happy to how people through.' 'Indeed, but you are very kind.' 'Oh, no, I ain't. Our cat died thit morning, and I'll chuck her. body into a barrel down cellar and tell everybody thatwe are 'going to move on account of Sewer-ga..'' Bh I What? 'And it one cat ien'r enough Ill get another, and also add an old oodfi.h?' ' ladam, do you like the house?' 'Fairly well. 'And is the present rent sstiefa'-ory T 'Perfoctly so.' 'Then asay for another year. I prefer to keep a good tenant even if I don't get quite so much reunt Goo day to you, Madam, and if you want any ...

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BRIGGS'S BABY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 July 1888

BRIGGS'S BABY. Briggs has a boy baby, about ten monthi old, who is admitted to look just like his father, asod to be the smartest boy baby of' his age in 0-street. The other morning the child was sitting on the floor, playing with five or mix buttons on a string, and taking an occasional nibble at an apple to bring out his rest crop of teeth, Mrs Briggs and a neigh bour were talking away as only women can gossip, when the baby bid the buttons under a mat, and started to finish the apple. A bit of the skin got in his threar, and he gave a oough and a whoop, and pawed the air, and rlled over on his bead. ' Oh, them buttons I He has swallowed them butt-us l' cried the mother,' as she yanked him up, and shook him. Pound him on the back,' yelled the other woman, trying to hold the baby's legs still. 'Run for the neighbours I' cried Mrs Briggs 'Oh, he'll die I he'll die V' screamed the other, as she ran out. And the neightunra came in, and made him lie on his stomach and ncugh, and then t...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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THE LADIES' COLUMN FASHION NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 July 1888

THE LAai ES' COLU MN BT VrvA, .FASHION NOTES. Perseverance generally is rewarded with ancoess, and with women one.of their, most potent weaoone is said -to be persistenoy. Very certainly determinalion mostly wins in the end, and the sehool that for years has been preaching and prescribing pioture que dresses has won the day. The fabrics recommended have come tu the fore, and pot only the styles they suggested, but many others derived from the name artistic sources. Tte promoters of picturesque or artistic dresses disclaim the idea that artsetio costumes are simply louse-fitting garments, wbich conceal rather than display the lines of the figure. Their artistio clothing is based on a sensible adaptation of bygone fashions to modern requirements. This 1. said to be a " velvet year," bn' velvet is not within the rance of all purses Vslveteen tak.s its tlace in many Insltaces. It certainly pleases the eye wheo combintd Swih the several] wcol'en stBffs, which it exao:ty matches, In a lon...

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THE FUTURE OF THE HEATHEN CHINEE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 July 1888

TIPIE FUTURE OF THE HEATHEN ' )HINEE.' A representative of the ' Pall Mall Gazette' has been" Interviewing one of the best Infbrmed men upon the question of Chinese n magration: andd the pano aotion. of the A astralian co'oniae in relation thereto ; and the Ohiuese view of the'mattr will be pretty fully descried in the notes of conversation 'ppended: SA DISOCIMINATION INVOLVING AN INDIGNITY 'TO CHINA. ' Do you deny juotifieatton nto the colonies I for the action that they have taken ?'-'The 1 oelonitts are enttriled to hold what oDinlone theyr pleaae'aa'to the qualifications of China men for elt!zeeshlpin aclvlised ormmunit.; Bat if there is geunnd for complaint on the o part of the colbniste, as there may be, there is a constitutional way of remedying the Sevil. Asthings stand, 'however, the An'.. Oralian clonibs are rot only eaeepl g asidlo the'treaiies trade with Chita by the British g Empire, of wt loh they are a part, but they II are thrnstin, aside all tLe t.,i, c'ples and IIo...

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

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. CITIZENS' Life Assurance Company Limited. CAPITAL - - - - £900,O0 CHIEF OFFIOES, Victoria, Melbourne! NS. W., Sdne1 Q?ueenslan Bed tesle With numerous Agencies throughout the Ooloads. Industrial Life Assurance. N introducing the system of "Industrial" Life Ae. aonce to all elaese In the Colonies, the Dlreet?r? have adopted the leading features of the largest ead moot successful industrihl lifo assurance ofliee I the world, the Prudential Life Assuranoe Comwaný, London. This company collects premiums by sreokp paymentu from over 7,000,000 polioy-holders, and poyu over £1,000,000 a youear in clnims. Citizens of Vietorlai residing in any part of the colony, have sow mn opportunity of availing themselves of the great Ieu flts of Life Assurance. Life Assurance Policies. The head of a family, by paying a weekly premium of 3d., Od., or Is., can now sourme to his famnl the protection of a Life Policy. Endowment Policies. Endowment Policies are issued in names of ohsi...

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THE LEADER. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1888. OUR COLONY'S SURPLUS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 July 1888

THE LEADER.: JUBTIOR TO.,L. mst .. , .o .-. S ATURDAY,' JULY 28, 1888. OUR COLONY'S SURPLUS. THn Premier delivered his -annual statement in the Legislative Assembly last Tuesday evening, and they budget to which the House listened wvas oie of the largest in scope and in design, as well as in figures, of adny yet. sub mitted. That Mr. Gillies had a sur plus of nearly a million sterling "to dispose of was pretty generally under stood, but outside the Ministry no one knew that he intended to raise another million ou the sale of the large reserves of Kew and Yarra Bond Asylums for building purposes. His statement was a very. full one, em bracing every large item of public expenditure. In explaining the finan cial position- of the "colony, -'the Premier said he found that the roevenue actually received in 1887-8 , as L7,607,754, which with a.-balance.of L604,134 brought down from 1886-7, and Lý4,177 to be reimbursed by the Railway department, made a total of L8,236,065, and 'the expendit...

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

TH R'BE9r B0URN FOR PUSmtS. ' 'Johni Dmone su'l Sag, 42 Bnourketrem weslt They *Ull .Iy pump., plper, and ovcvthjvt·. toldr to be pat In pIsoe.-.I &DVT) A GREAT IMPROVEMENT. A great improvemae.t is noticeable in the designs and finish of gassalers, globes. an' aanitary ware. Meares. John Dunks and So8a hrave lately opened up quite a number of Ie-w 'deeigns.' "Waehhand basins rand bathe, wish roodwork complete, really beautiful pieces of 'furniture Gsealiere aol glbes that sell 'themselves. Call and buy at 42 only, BJurke street we-t.-(ADYT ) MURRAY'8 FLUIDI MAOJefMIA to prtollularly benefoltalN a plesing sedatIve sn sperldet In a cases of Irritation and olidity of the stomaoh, pa tioularly durting pregnanooy, febrie complatnea, I Isrttle disorders, or sea stloknae It speedly nmov. heablbur saold esrotations, or irregrlar dgestion never fails to compoMe the stomeua In a few minte. after any oooe:s As a lotile for the mooth I. sweesens the breath, and the Magnesl dlears sb. ee...

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

L. StOvensonr Sons ;Limited, Continuing hbi baaluess of L. STEVENSON and 8ONS, Retablished 1820. Head Office: 14 Flinders Lane East; M Ietoundre. CAPITAL, 8800,000. Incorporated ander the ompanies Statute, l10. S. DIBE'IrOE8: - . the on: 0o. H. James,..LL.O.; .the Un. Edwarc Lang bioen; J. Lloyd Roberts, Eeq B. Murray Smith "In addition to "thel ordlinary buesneos, will be pre prepared to exoonte [NDRNT6 for ALL OLAS8e of MBBOHANDIR And witl undertake AGlNOOBS elsher for BUYING or SELLING. The company are open to rooelve depoelte a, favourable rateos. GEOROO STEVENSON Managing O. F. BRIND eIUt:R81RT 8TttVEcsO Directors. L. 0. STEVENSON Managlng Directer, London ALBERT BUILD INGISOCIETV .BOARD OF DIRECTOBS RDWARD W ATRS,.Eeq .J.P., Chieman. J.A. KITOIIEN. Esq., TIoo Chairmen. Hon. F.. DBT. DRHA, M.L.A. JOHN DBBWICKE, Bg. S. J. LANGODON, Esq., J.P. MANAGEasR: A. E. M'LENNAN. . o OFFEBIS 8PEXAL'ADVANTAGES S " " To t'Vd2iTOR0 , DPOSITOR? , 'and BDOBORWEBS. : Isued daily - "I ,a . pr .7....

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 July 1888

LOCAL ITEMS, We have miuoh plcanuro in reonm l ing that the IHon. Thos. JBont, M.L.A. has become so sufficiently convalescent its to appear i ihhis place in the I-unso for a short time last Thursday even ing. Ho was received with great con. gratulation, and feelingly expresse'd his unbo-?r d: tlianiks for the timi festations of' friondly and kindly feeling shown towards him during his aufforing bout. Most successfil r'ir~iier in connec tion with the Centennitrl Mission have been held duuring the past week at St. Jolhn's the Less Church, Little Brighton. Every ovening the church was well filled, on some occasions, in 'do d, quito orowded. The Rev. J. F. .Frowin (the Missioner) conducted the services evdory ?iening. f The first mibetiig, which .wais. one foi i'rayer, was held -on Saturday: evening, the 14tlh inst., at'whichli therov. gentlemann gave a short discours on-- the "Efficiency of Prayer." The mission proper. began on Sinnday, tlie 15th instant, when the Missioiner,.who has h...

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MR. BENT'S DONATION. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 July 1888

M R- . . BET-'S .NATf .. . SThe' following is; as far as wro can ,glenn, a coiplote list .of participants in the liberal donation of the Hon. 1. Boeut, M. ,.A., Maior' of 'Brighton and "President of the Shire of Moorubbin: . St. John's tho Less JBuilding Fund, L100; Austin Hospital, consumptive vard, Centoeniiiil Horticultural, L25 cach ; Melboirno Bencolonut Asylum, Alfred hospital,Readiingroom,Brighton (book fund), towards the ereotion of a pilhlic liall;, East Brighton, L20 each : State school, No." 1542 (prizo fund at eid of year), LI'G ; Ielbourno Hos pital, VWomnn's llospit!l, Children's Conrvalescint, Ilomin (Brighton), State school (Orphanage, Brighton), prizo finid oed of year. Stiite scliodol (East :1riiirhon), do. do. 'Southii Brighton, L10 each ; do. Pic.Nic, dii. L5 ; new schlool (Elstd'rnwick), do., Book fund Mechanics' lidstitutt (Cheltenhamu), as ý itnoucles of a fund for library atSouth Brighton Sh.iin hall, Brighton Ladies' Brenevoleit Asylum, Orphan Asylum, l10 ea...

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A FAMILY SUFFOCATED. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 July 1888

1. A FAMILY SUFFOCATED. - A tragedy of a strange arid horrible naturo occurred at Malvern on Moni day ·night. The scene of the occur rence was a house in Moorhouse street, oobupied by the family of Mr. William Dick,- ex-postmaster "at .Maryboroiigh, who had.oily that morning rented the house :from the former tenant,. Mr. 11lixigwoirth. Before taking over t~o kdy "Mr. Diok: mentioned that having 'always resided .in the country his family were entirely dinused to "gas,6 and" Miss Illingworth,. therefore, Iwas careful to' explain the -method of ex tinguisibing the lighlit and of turning .off the. gas .at" the meter. . Mr. Dick, who is newly married, did not-himself ;take':posssion of the premises, but went~ away from home, leaving his family irn "harge of an old friend, Mlrs. Cecilia. Lelihman. The inmateos of the house .on M-onday. evening woro 'Mrs. Leishman, Mrs. Ethel Dick; anud her children, .Ethel. Dick, .aged .15 ; Lily. Dick, aged 9, and William Percy. Dick, aged 10. -.They ret...

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

STANDARD UiTTUAL BUILDING SOCIETY.. Shares, £25, Entraice fece, Is. per share subscription, 2s. Gd. monthly per-share, .President-James Smith, Esq. -. Vice-president-Edwin Exon, Esq. Treasurer-Anigell Ellis, Esq. Committee-Thomas Stead, Esq.; J, Greig, -Esq,: A. Wv. anrston, Esq., .1,l'.;.A. ( Larard, Esq. ; D. Sangster, Esq. ; T. , Smith. Esli.: T. W. Swindley, Esq.; _J. * Zevenboon, Esq,, J.P.; ML L. Stodart, Esq. EsSolicitor-Montague Coher, Esq. (Messrs Pavey, Wilson and Cohen), Table B,-Showing the payments per calen der month (principal and interest), for a ']oannof .100. No. of Monthly I Total Am- I Interest fr the years I tepnyme~nts I ount rspaid I whole term Two .. £ 10 I 1 0 10 00 8 101 Four.: 2-- 10.. 117 40 - 7 40 Six . 1 1e 0' I 120 00 - 26 00 light. 1 8 4 18 000 3 00 Ten.. 144 116 00 4i 00 Twelve 1 1 8 156 00 . 56 00 , LUnder the above -table the Society is prepared to lend three-fourths of the value of approved securities, and in special cases a larger proportion. Bor...

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

Special Advertisements. :BARKLY & PARLIAMENT STREETS BRIGHTON. W M. CL ARK, CONTRACTOR For Asphalting Lawn Tennis Courts, Garden Paths, Verandahs. Yards, Workshops, : kc., &c. &c. FENCING, CARTAGE, & PLOUGHING. &W" U ON SALE :-Metals, Rubble, Screenings, Bricks, &c. J. R. BAVINTON, BOO TMAK ER, POINT NEPEAN ROAD, North Brighton. DUNLOP AND' EDWARDS Beg to intimate that piior-to their annual STOCKTAKING, they will offer, during the remainder of June and the whole of July, the balance of their WINTER STOCK OF DRAPERY AT IMMENSE REDUCIONS. -Their new Goods for Spring and Summer .are;;coming forward early,~ and as ;.their, i Shoproom is ?:imited," the present Stock 'mst'ee .cleared to make space, therefore, - =5'=1`'__isbarain whlbfeied. The pubho are respectfully inited to pay avisitof inspection.' . - DUNLOP & EDWARDS, FAMILY DRAPERS AND IMPORTERS, Commercial-road, PRAHUAN. [Established 1852.] S R T. PA S COE & CO GROCERS...

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FRAGMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 July 1888

FRAGMENTS. SI TawVo your late husband had esmething saved up for a rainy day,' said a sympathlsioe friend. 'Indeed he had,' replied the widow, with a fieth bures of tears; 'he had seven umbrellas. John was the" thriftiest man I ever knew.' First young lady: 'Freod is getting poal tively smoony; he called me a flower joeU before I cam., upat.ire.' Rival Belle (with uh a- sweetneas): '*Yon had been sitting against the wall for a long time, dear ;but it Was not nice of him to a!lude to it P Husband tin the early morning): * What are you going through my pockets for, my dear?' Wife: ' A little change, John.' HueI band : ' Have you no money of your own? Wife: ' Yes ; but it is so much easier to find a man's pocket, John, than a woman's.' A gay young coqucotte i Mint Jlia.t Wlih ?attery secks ehs to inlta; But 'Itwre boat to beware, lee you'll snd that, though fair, tIsi maisde Is seketn to fulls, Maud (before the laughing hyena's cage) ' How mean! Here we've been twenty minutes, and the ...

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THE OUTLAWS OF TUNSTALL FOREST. A ROMANCE OF THE OLD WORLD. BOOK IV. THE DISGUISE. CHAPTER V. EARL RISINGHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 July 1888

THE' OUJTLAWS OF TUN STALL FOREST.' A R0pk CE, OF TEL OLD WORLD. B? ROBER1 T LOIVI S1'EVE~NO$QN, Author of' Treasurnie Island," Sto. BOOS IV. S THI DISGUISE. CRAP CER V. E»BL BlarzxeAn. eall Rilingbam, although by far the most 'Important person then in Sboreby, was poorly lodgef in the house of a private gentleman , 'po."the extreme outskirts of the town. obt?? g but the armed men at the doors, and the mounted messengers that kept ar. rlvlng and departing, announced the tompo rary resideno of a great lord. ·hTin it was that, from lack of space. Dick and Lawless were clapped into the eame apartment. * Well spoken, Master Richard,' said the eBtlw ; 'it was excellently well spoken, and, for my part I thankyou cordially. Here we are in good bands ; we shall be justly tried, ad,. some time this evening, decently banged on the same tree.' 'Indeed, my poor friend, I do believe it, answaered Dick. * Yet have we a string to our bow,' re. turned Lawless. ' Ellis Duckworth is a man out of ten ...

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Finger-Nails and Temperament [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 July 1888

?nPger-Na?lo and T?snporament The flnger-naile, like every other part of the phyeloal organisalion, poesees temperamental evidencos,. Their length, breadth, thbiokness, rouothnoeos, oonistonoy, colar,. eto, oo. ordinate with the oonotitutional properties. The ooarse type of the motive haa stronR, somewhat Irregular creased or ridgy nails Wlth the vital temperament are ssociated rather broad, rouoded nails that Are of soft oonslstonoy. The abental temperimint has thin, rather lono, end anaular nalip, yet symmetrical A coombination of the mental and vital has the Boest showing of theme (gital endingse.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 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 belowbe noticed, the presence of Worms o.n bo safely concluded :-Restless ness, irritability, grinding the -teeth atnight, starting dur ing sleep. picking the nose, dark rings under the eyes, variable appetite, &o. ". SOLD IN BOTTLES 2s. EACOH Typhoid Fever ! The', Hommopathic 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 cnra ti...

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