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CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 July 1888

CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. :Preslbyterian.-13rightoh, Rcv.D. Gordon-' 11 and7:.. Elsternm:ick:-ev. J. Hay, 11 and'7 - ??' COhelttnhami 8, Mentonao11.i, and? 7,R:ev R. M. Fergus, M.A. . >;+ Caulfield, Rev. II. B. Macarti y'? 11'asfd 7'1,' :Armadale, Rev. F.i Webb." ". ,o,': - Elsternwick, Rev. ;P.Bailhache;.: - roa :ina M,.,hav'ern, .Rev."C. JG; iGliyc l 1.and ;i 7Ii,a I Onkleigh, Roev. T. 1U. Rust. . -Brighton .Congregational.--Morningasd d'. evening. Rev. S. Bryant. : Malvern, Rev. C. Moon, -11 dll - . Oakleigh,; Rev. J. F. Gannawary 11 and 7. SrWesleyan Methodist-Brighton, 11, 11ev,., T. B. Smith, and 7 Rev. J. 0. Ingamells.: . ?ill Street, Mr; Blackwclf 1], Mr 'Welib East Brighton-HStudent 11ii, Mr Veber': South Brighlon,'Rev. J..C. Ingamrells 11, Rev. J. B. Smith 7. Cheltenham, Mr. Charles 7. Mordialloo, Mr. A. J. Smith 11. Primitive Methodist-South Yarra, Rev.. C. Anthony 11 and 7. North Brighton, .Rev., B. Wibberloy1 and 7. -South Brighton, Mr. R. Lemon 11, Mr. W. Ellis 6.3...

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

Collcgcs and Schools. "FINIS CORONAT OPus." BRIGHTON LADIES' COLLEGE (" Ellesmere,") ST.r ANDREW STREET Ne ! ahr the Town Hall PRINCIPAL: MRS. J. HAINES, (Late of Clifton Hill Ladies' College), For several years teacher tinder the Board of Education, Assisted by MISS A. E. COX. English Literature and Mathematics, S. G'RENFELL, B3.A., L.L.B. French and German, " HERR OTTO' MULLER.' Drawing and Painting, J.+F:( JONES; ..(Es 7:, Piainoforte, T. J. HIAMMOND, ESQ., MIss BURKITT, R.A.M., aMus. ORR, aind ]Miss A. E. COX 'Calisthenics, ? -" AIISSES. :DIOCKIafid ,OON. R?esidcnt Govrness: MISS A, E. COX. TERMS -,.-(Payable in advance) Day Pupilss: Englisl(nas below), also Languages One and half to Four Guineas per Term Resident Pupils (under 12 years): English: (as :below), also Languages, .M;lusic, anid Painting - . it .. - "T Twelve Guineas per Term Resident Pupils (over 12 years): English (as below), also Languages, Music, and Painting Fifteen Gnineas per Term ENGLISILin its various branch...

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

S Special Avertiscnents PALLOT AND WOODMASON, 1.0 Chapel Street, 10 PRAHRAN, TWO DOORS NORTH OF. COFFEE TAVERN1. -THE CHEAPEST FURNITURE . -WAREHOUSE --IN--- - · South Yarra, Prahran, Windsor and St. Kilda.. How to Furnish a 3-roomed Cottage for AM~ lBT~~ Rso t n ot anRlh a Dilling-room Colonial Sofa, with Squab and :Bolsters . .. ... £1 7 6 Cedar Chiffonicre Safe, Polished 1 0 Six Cane Chairs ... ... ... 1 4 0 Rond Table ... .. 0 12 6, Table Cover .. ... .5 ,6 Fender and Irons ... ... 0 12 6 - Matting to cover room ... 0 10 6 Hearth Rng ... ... 0 .G .6 Cornice Pole and Brackets ... 0 11 6 l8ip Mat ... ... .. ... 1 6 Bedroom Fn1sizecaedstead ..... ... ... 110 0 rall asses ... *;...' ... ... £0 11 0 Full-sized Flock Mattrass .. 0 18. 6 Flock Bolster . . .. .. 0 6 0 Fwo Flock Pillows . .. . 0 '4" 0 Wash Stand, with Towel Rail ... -0 9 Dressing Tableo .. .. . 0 8 0 Full-sizo Tolet Set . 0 10 0 One Cane Chair . ... .. ... 0-4 ToiletGlasi - ... .. . 0 0 ...n Kitcheni Table .. .. . . ;.. ...

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PENS, INK, AND PAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 July 1888

PENS. INK, AND PAPER. Amo, g the minor details of a hums (esys a wr.t.r in the "Queen") pens, Ink, and pap-r are more Imprtaunt than le co a so ally auppoeed. If a lady dobs not ehanoe to have a large correepondenc, acd ti ..ot fond of writing letters, the condition of the materials is apt to he over:o-ked Yet It I a master whilh shown very olearly th- amount of order which obaraoceriaes the h usewife If one Can never lay one's hand lea ily on a docent pen, or ind the ink in a .prsoooahle a e of flildity; if paper and eavelop.e are jumhled hbiggledy.piggldy In a drawer, or in the cass-all el.es end qualitiea bo.elessly mixed, and no blotting paper, et , Sc to use, I think in may be assumed some suob ohaotlo state' will charaoterlse many another detail of the domestlo economy However, be this as it may. If It is admitted that order, neatness, and regularity oc.u tribute largely to the easy progress of d.lty life. they do so essentially in regard to writing materials. Nothing in the s...

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OAKLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, JULY 19. Present :—Crs Thompson (president), Wilkes, Lavidge, Taylor, Marshall, Leonard, Wilson, Willis, and Armstrong. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 July 1888

OAKLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. THUIISDAY, JULY 19. .Piesent :-Crs 'Thompson (president), Wilk, Lavidge, 'Taylor, Marshall, Leonard, Wilson, 'Williii, d'iifan m 'strong. CORRESI'ONDEN5CE. From E. W-. Benson ,.calling-atten tion to tho vagaries of .striy cows, they, constantly 'intrudi?t - on Ythe grounds belonging to.. th rustees of the Oakleigh Congregatioinal Ohurch. -Referred to the Inspector of Nuis ances. . ,From E. L.'Vail, _iving.notice that he had. sold his properiies .in M?ul grave; that in High street to Mr. iH. Hughes, of Rathdowne stree.t, Carlton, for £37 10s., and shoitly afteiwards he had sold for £60.to Mr. J. S. Sims Sundercombe, of Meolbourne... As .also that he had sold his farm iii Wavorly road, to Mr. Ebeiiezol"' IHunt, of Williams road, Prahraii, for .£45 per acre. Hoedid . this that they might know to whoin to apply for rates. Received. The romnindor of the 'correspondonce was of an unimportant charnctor. -TIHE NEW GAS ;WORKS.' " The President presenited thd draft agr...

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

Post Office and Telegraph Department, General Post Office, .Melbourne, 17th July, 1888. 1 ENDERS .are invited and will be received at the General Post Office, Melbourne, up to noon on Tuesday, 7th August, 1888, frompersons di?irons of leasing to this department for three (3) years -pro mises at Cheltenham, suitable for Post and Telegraph Office, FRIEDK. T. DERHAM, Postainster-Ceneral. Post-office and Telegraph Department, General Post-office, Melbourne, July 20, 1888. N O T .I C E. TENDERS are invited, and will be re ceived at the General Post office, Melbourne, up to noon on Tuesday, 7th of August, 1888, from persons desirous of LEASING to this department for three years. with option of renewal, PREMISES .at Mentone, suitable for Post and Telegraph Office. FREDK. T. DERHAM, Postmaster-Gqneral. Educatioi Department, ... Melboui 2ia Sli'July 1888.; It is hereby notified that teachers- not desirous of not taking.: advantage of the public holiday proclaimed for the CentienFiial Exhibit...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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WIT AND HUMOUR. THEY ALL DO IT! WHAT? [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 July 1888

WIT AND HUMOUR   THEY ALL DOIT! WHAT? Imitate our Genuine Magic Soap. A com- pliment to us, but rough on the unfortunate public whose clothes are spoiled when they use other than "A Heart Pierced with an Arrow" Magic Soap. Inventors and sole makers, The Victorian Soap and Candle Co., Geelong.

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TOWN OF BRIGHTON. SOUTH WARD. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 4 August 1888

TOWN OF BRIGHTON. SOUTH WARD. Mr.J. McA. Howden held a very largely attended meeting of the South Ward electors at the Brighton Town Hall last Tuesday evening. Mr M'Olure -was in the chair, and in' intro ducing the candidate said he had known thai gentlemen for. a. number of years, and in his (chairman's) opinion, he was the one, if elected as a. councillor, who would give every satisfaction in having a judicious ex •penditure of the rates effected. lHe felt sure.that Mr Howden would look carefully after the requiremonts of the south ward. He trusted that :this large and representative . meeting would give the candidate a fair har ing, and after his address Mr. Howden would be willing to answer 'any question bearing on the election to the best of his ability, and no doubt, to their utmost satisfaction. (Hear, hear). -He then introduced the can didate. Mr J. -MoA. Howden,: who, on coming' to the f!ont, and' during- his speech was frequently applauded, said Mr Chairman and Fellow Elec...

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BRIGHTON TOWN COUNCIL. MONDAY, JULY 30. Present— Crs. Huntly (Chairman) , Egan, O'Shea, Burrows, and Francis. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 4 August 1888

BRIGHTON TOWN COUNCIL. MoNDAY, JULY 30. Present- Ors. flintly (Chairman), Egan,,' O'Sh'ea, Burrows, and Fran cis. SCORRESPONDENCE. From W. H. Darvall,,secretary of the Brighton FPrde Library, calling the council's attention.to the' state of the fobtpath inh Parliiamoint 'btreet, and asking that asphalt might be laid down there. On the 'motion of OCr. Birrows, so conded, by.. Cr. raucis,.it .was decided to codmply with the request. Froim A.ý G. Young, requesting the' council to use "theiri influeince to lave additional sitting accommodation pro vided at the Middle Brighton pier ; as also to the vagaries of youths pushing the truoks about; to the inconvcnience and annoyance of promenaders. 'It was decided to comply with the request'for seats by urging the Com missioner of Trade and Custoims to attend to same, and to" inform the writer that the council were not aware 9f the trucks being on the pier. Applications were read from a num ber of ratepayers desirous of haviig trees planted in...

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BEFORE MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 4 August 1888

E BFORE oABRIAGE, ' She (timidly): Edward, dearyou know 1 can't cook, He (fervently) i Cook I I should think not, indeed: Who cares it you can cook? M y darling, a radish and a orust ebshared with you c"would be angel'e food to me., You will not. Qud me hard to please in 'that respect. Did heo think I was oing to let her spoil her desn ,title white hands with nasty Iryingpane and thing' and burn her pretty face over the ire? did she theti? Ah' she didn't know her own Edward AFE......... MARRIAGB. :She (tearfully) i But, Edward dear, I don't know how to cook, and 1 tboughtc'.Marl know; - (lo;(wrathfully) : Then you ought to know hoev to cook; every woman ought. I can tell you a manr wants a decent dinner when he gets, hook from the city; not greasy soup, mutton like'loather, ud potatoeson like foseile, And if Maria has made a pudding like the onhe sc onnt up aesterday, I'll go down and cmake hecr eat the poisonous stuff herself, -That's the way with yen women; you can dresd youirelve...

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TORTURED FOR REFUSING TO FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 4 August 1888

TORTUREL) FOR REFIUSING TO FIGHT. Our endeavours to establish peaceful rola. ions with Tibet are (days " The Times" Oaloutra correspondent) apparently fruitsees, aud the Tibutana still maintain an attitudeol eullen hostility. Tno political situation is rendered sonmerhat embarrassing by the ilhficulty of retaining the European troops in tclair present positiun during the furthcousr g rainy season,. Were the European truops now withdrawnu, in accoroance with the arratt wents in contemplation prior to the recent attack, our action would atford encourace. uent to the Tioetan authorities, who wuulu make i vigorous attempt to re.uccupy Sikkim. On the otbur hand, an advance Into Tibet with so small an expeditionary force, cJnm pelled to operate in a hostile and mountainous couutry far removed from its base, and carrying with it all the necessary suppliee, would simply invite disaeter. All that can to done at present is to render our Gnatong en campment Impregnable, to garrison it -wth nat...

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DISCOVERY OF PEARLS IN IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 4 August 1888

DISCOVERY OF PEARLS IN IRELAND. Pearls have been discovered, it is just an. noullnced, in oseveral of the Irish rivers, and a gentltoman, who is ohairomau of the Oiuagh I Town Commiieseonore, hat arrived in London, bringing with him a packet of the gems wtunt nave been found In the ireenuwater muaaela of county Tyrone. Some of these pearse are said to bhe of very fair size, mee Buring over a quarter of an inch in aliamneter; while others range downwards to the eizeot smell gun shot. They are eseorted, more. over, to be of fine qu..lity, andr to abound in the stretcheu of water where the pearl. bearing mussels have now been tllac?vered. The statement is interesting, though to those who know auythiug of the reputu:ion' the United Kiegdout enjoyed as a pearl.boaring region in the nidtile egos there will benoahinllt new n in this elindin thu rivers of countr 'Tyrone. The lind may, however, stimulate further search in the uinueel.hearing waters of Ireland, and it is quite posaitie, an is...

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WIT AND HUMOUR. LADIES BE NOT DECEIVED! [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 4 August 1888

WIT'AND HIT OUlt LADIES BE NOT DECEIVED 1' `'-Inerilor imitatione1 Gienuiine Magio 'on ein thz iirJret :iLook to:tWG braud," A Reart Pierced with au, Arrow,. it yon, want :your clothee weahed in twenty minutes with oot'rubblug or inury Tbee Victolria oop arjd Onndle oonpany, (eelong

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A MOTHERS ANGUISH. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 4 August 1888

A MOTHERS ANG ISH. The following is not an uncommon ex perience, anda ucntatns a serious warnink. A bOautiful boy, five years ot uge, after playing iterrily for several hours in tie more or less numid atmoapbere of a .brigt spring day, aiter heavy rain, suddenly became dull and tfverisb, and' was pnt to bed. 'The' doctor, oetug cnt for, pronounced the disease ty boid, Despite patient and skilful nurbing, the otighi and promiting child died. Thisl is but au illuetlation of what is taking' place daily tu every suburb, ad 'will take place till;every aou.eholder dibinfeots liis pieieese ey'etemati. :ally by the most efflective material known, viz,., lonoter's Odourle's Disinfectaut. Iteat the testimony of leiding phydicians. Tine for uresry: Cheap in balk for general uee; from Lmowi, tram terumnus; Collins ettaet.

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THE ABSENCE OF NERVES IN THE CHINESE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 4 August 1888

THE ABSENCE OFNERVES IN THE C-- INESE, (Paow THE N. 0. DAILY NEwS.) It Is not very common to dissect dead Ohinamen, though it' has doubtless been lone, but we do not hear of any reason for supposing that the nervous anatomy of tie 'dark.haired race' differse in, any 'Jeential respect from .that of the Canu sasian, But though the nerves of a Ohinese, as compared with those of the Oocidental,' may be, as the geomitricians day, ' similar' and similarly situated,' nothing is plainer than that they are nerves of a very different sort from those with abich we are familiar. lt' seems to' make na particular difference to a Chinese how ,Jag he remains in one position. He will 'wrlie all day, like an automaton. If he is a nandiurafesman, he will" stand. in one place {oom dewy morn till dusky eve, working .way at his weaving, his gold*beating, or whatever it may be, and do it every day, vithoibt any variation in the monotony and ipparently with no special consciousness .nut. there is any monot...

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A PORTRAIT OF MR. PARNELL. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 4 August 1888

A:-. ' pORTRAIT-.OF MR._PARNJBLL. *(r AN IiBuit it&wl4iATI iB'."JAMEs i ' *;: UAZATTr.", Mr. Parnell'a-personality, highly nn.Irish as it is, must be regarded,.a a. t very potent ,'actor idntoe critical 'ntine't 'hougWh'hich we are now pamaing. 1I do not propuee to give S,'exbiduailnve sketch oft hies.character, out only .to relate a lew Iacst which may be of aeivice to those 'who ari'turning their aoten. ,ion upon ia unique tud no. eatsily compie beaded pesianality."' Before Mr. Parnell entered politics ho was prutty well knowtr iu tboprovince of Leinater in the commendable charaoLor ol a olickeier. lie was captain ot tbhe Witklow Eleveu, and in these aaysa i very arent cricketer. We unsiaeed m -ered him IL ere aut a little hard in his conduct of that pastime. For example, when the next but was not up P to?me, Mr. Parnell, as captain of the telders, used to claim a wicket. Of o3urse he weas wihin his rignt in doing o ; but his doing it was any. snlog but relished in a count...

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LANOLINE TOILET SOAP. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 4 August 1888

LANOLNI TOILET "SOAP, Ordinary soaps often oaune pimpler, ulotohee, and mores on the face, and preved.: eruptions already formed from heaeing, They remove the fat and dry the skin, so that thib tissue becomes hard, iuelastic, and rough,:and loses its natural colour, Lanoline Toilet soap is made with Lasnoline. Lanoline being the nstaral fat of the skin, is acknowledged by dermatologieteto be the very best preservative of this tiesue, eastoring its soft, pliable, and elastic nature, and healthful gloee. The process of its mann. I ctuto precludes the posnibillty of adultesa t on, as with rosin, eto., cuo afforde a moseat superior product. Manufacetued by Buts roughs, Welloome and Co, of London. The German Emperor has conferred!the ibh Prussian Order Pour de Merite,j for Ioleno 9l0 p Arf, 0o3 81r AredMl|O Lli hBQI9p..-. 1

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LANOLINE POMADE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 4 August 1888

LANOL1NE POMADE,. Hair anointed wý,an ca presents no shi?) (reasy glues, aud duos u.re stanu the bha?ul my hting laeo tit ns c esa in euact vC5 I it, lur LunuliuLne-luomaeo 1 abourbed at onue. It doon makes tuhi hair sinetui , eatlke, ar?a strrng, dut alter employiugK t1 a ?itt Liue Lthe scalp beoumes pericoly hunltly and feru troin annarntt. __Observatlons in the Atlantio give fronm 441£. to 4811. as the hlghtse mcsnured waves. u?un suoh heighta atu rarly reauned, and, indlietd, wavae ezeeidingg 801[. a?e very seldom ancountered.

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LANOLINE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 4 August 1888

:LANOLINIL . .L Lnoline iiilthe fat natural io ibhe hair otid kin, and is abeorboed by tiece at once. it ?s lhb bast baias knowu for omutnent, aivoee, uo. Ut destrable ooslateenco, it ours not medlt ~slow buoy heat, and does not "run" like ordinary ointmeuts. Bolt.g homogeneolb and devoid' or hard crysttllline buoo.m and lree fatty acids, it t soLutLiug and aceuptaLile in the most irritable cundlaunu oat the alkit. it ito prleatly misciole wi?u water and allt nlU.dlda imento, il preeerva?blo, alllhtly temaceuote sh iabealve, and perfectly blalld and eoothing.'

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 4 August 1888

,lAGRIOULTrJRAL NOTES r A splil of ' pt xaiiapl ly aold weather ie being experienced all:over the oilony, In the more.elevated distriots, there have boeh heavy tills'of"sinow.'. The pieroingly cold' northerly winds -of'-the past fortnight are. telling severely°eon' tookl.'of all kinds, par. tioulanrly'Where feed is aniy way e"aroo. On. dAiry"farms the'vklio of winter ided fdr thce milking'owsa' is "at:ledgth' beginoing to t'e recognised, ase numbers of our dairy farmere this winter find'to their" no small loan that owing to the cold.weather and want of feed for .:their: cows. there. has: been .o'la?dden' falling off in the flow of milk ever sinoo the 'recent cold weather sot' io;:,and;:this'hds happeindjuet at the time;: ado;when buttedr is latoblng a good prhce'in the'market.Crtoips and grass continue to wear a. healthy ap prarance, but 'the growth of 'late 'has been very slow. There is a general 'odtrc`fdr' more rain,' and' this id not esrpielsik, as the cothl 'rainlall for the" y...

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