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MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL. Tuesday, August 7. Present: Councillors A.E. Clarke, (President), Edsall, Bonson, Robinson, McKinley, Martin, Heywood, Woodmason and Mercer. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 August 1888
MALVERN SHIRE. COUNCIL.. ? Tuesday, August 7. Prosentr: Conin6illors A. E. Clarke; (Presideint), Edis:ll, Bonson, Ro binson, McKinley, Martin, Hey ivodd; Wootlniasoni'and Mercer. CORRESPONDENOE. .]Frpo;.Rovv . C,., Moon, ,thanking the Council for the ise of the' hall and piano on the occasion- of the' Centon nial service.-Rleceived. From H Wright, stating that his name had been omitted from the roll although his rates,were all paid early in April, he. therefore requested the Council to have his nhme :placed on the roll.-Tho Secretlyv stated that the name had heon omitted by a cleri- cis errol, but the rolls had been duly ail'tounced as open for inspection and Mr. WViightl's duty was to have Rascer tained whether his namo was there or not and have ilhade ai,plication in time. --Thin. Secretlary ,wias in.stlructod to reply to Mr. Wright and inforim hmlir that thle Council 0 could not legally accede to his requIst. 'From H. Bristo, 'desiring' to kilow on what terms lie. could, have the...
EXTRAORDINARY SOENE IN AN IRISH COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 August 1888
EXTRAORDINARY SOENE IN AN IRISH COURT, At the Kilrush quarter eessinnb recently, the county court Judge told a farmer named O'Donnell, who was being examined,.that.at first he thought him an honest, men, hat ,wing to his evasive evidence he considered him a rogue. The witnese strongly .r*seuttd hbo remark,, and told, tbe judge that he wase no capable of telling ?the trith aa'he or oany udge that ever eat on the'b.noh The judge here threatened to commit him for contempt. O'Donnell declared that his Honour had noright to call him a rogue, and pointblank rofunedr t ·oive any more ovidance hofure him, and jumped off the.witnsoentable. Amid grosa excitement the judge "rdered the 'olice to bring him back to the table. Four policemen tried to carry out this order, and Sstruggle oesued, tbut O'Donnell was the victor. His solicitor then' induced him to ans.ereeveral questions put by hime ,If li?t he would not anoewr any qurdtione put by the judgen, and his refnaals and attitude of contempt f...
THE ROBBER FLATTERED HIM. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 August 1888
THE ROBBER FLATTERED HIM. obber ?: 'Hand over your money or I'll blow your brains out.' Editor : B:ow 'em on.' RIobber : Are you not ocaredit Editor : 'On the contrary, I'm elated. I bave striven for years to satisfy the publio hbat I had brains, bus have tailed, and if you can blow any out of my head, assesa will sad my eforts. Shoot away.'
MR. EDISON'S FIRST "PERFECTED PHONOGRAPH" IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 August 1888
MR. EDISON'S FIRST "PERFECTED '. PHONOGRAPH" IN ENGLAND. SColonel G. E. Gourand, writing to the '.Dally News" from Little Menlo, Upper N~orwood, S.E., sends the following interest. lng communication :-At 2 o cloc? this -afernoon at the above address I had the lIonour to receive from Mr. Edleon his first * perfected phonograph,"' which on the auth rity of Mr. Edison's own statement in Cils own familiar voice, communicated to me iy the phonograph itself, is the first Istrunmept f his latest model that has been sen outside of his Laboratory, or that lass left his hands, and Is consequently the first to reach this country. At five minutes past 2 o'clock precisely I and my family were enjoying the at once unprece. dented and astoundiog experience of listen. JIg to Mr Edison's own faaoiliar and unmis. -Etable tones here in England, more than 3,000 miles from the place where he had eprtken. and exactly ten days after, the voloe h?arin meanwhile voyaged aeroes the A'lan. ti Ocean. " Has fir...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 August 1888
'IURAYB ' FLUID MAGNuINIA ti paullulerly agoefldai as a pleating sedative and iperient In all ales of Irritatlon and acidity of the ¢tomach, pae. Jicately during pregnanoy, febrile onmplainta, lit ?atle disorders, or sea atnalnoe It apeodlly removes iatbanro acold eictatione, or trrenulaw digetiou. .. aser Lfals to compoas the esomach in a few minute ftir any excess. As a lotion for the mouth It ar.tean the breath, and the Magnesia clears the tmb hoem tartar. lMUILAY'B FLUID UAoihltIA emost Ivarlably enoceeds to removing the apeeme h-edaches, and gaatllo ouugh* to wblrb dellreat Uas a subieot from aridtay of the lsomach, AUTION,--PI~ observe tie Ighefatre of he lvaneen?r on every Iah0 l Bild by all ohemletea Do ~nt I e',g. It v. t,,oI week sod d4pro~ord, and on o laorta that e.rn h.e , rtmrdy In DUNBTONi'8 OOLfrOU D) EBRattfUto of DAN'Inf.ION. 'hi sodlOl.'o Ittlilos thbe fOod and ton's up the systmm. It olitct Indlgn.tIln a td all formt of fiatr Complaint nmvrins we·hnerP. lord, rhe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 August 1888
LS. tOvensoni & ns Limi ted, omtesets « the bnearaea 'i ra. IT?]VNS0N and IoH,.. Esteblled 284. Head Oice: 14 FlInders lane East, Mulbormo®sm. CAPITAL, ?300,000. Inoorporated tmnder the Oompanlese tatute, 11,4. DIREnITORB: the Hon. O. H. Jamoe. M.L.O.; the Heu. Edward Ln.on; J. Lloyd Roborts, Eoq, B. Murray Smith eq., O.1.0. In addition to their ordinary busineot, will be pro prepared to execute INDEINTS for A?LG GLASBSE of HEROHANDID0 , And will undertake AGQNOIZB eithe r for BUYING or SELLING. The oompamy are open to recelvo depoalls at favourableI rates. GEO RG STEVENSON . g_ 0.?I. BRIND maging HBBERs T STEVENSON . D'irao L. . STgVISNrON Managing Direoor, London. ALBERT BUILDING SOCIETY BG AND OF DIRETOORB EDWARD WATERS, Eeq . J.P., Chairman. J.A. KITOHEr, Esq., Vio Ohalrman. Hon. F. T. DERHAM, M.LLA. JOHN B8IWIOKE, Beq. r. J. LANODON., Eq., J.P. MANAOER: A. E. M'LENNAN. OFFERS SpECIAL ADVANrAOG To IJiVITO8R, DIPOITOR0, and ROBSD WEB!. BHARN3S Issued dally at premium of T...
THE EMPEROR WILLIAMS SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 August 1888
The .00156 eof thetet Eeihs~t of !is ei-g by Othe sm?ner WillUami wee m bri'ianiS and striakng ceremoniaL When the Imperial party. and, delctea had assembled. the' president of the i?ebste ?r .snu?tsfe Loog live oaur Emperor, ring William o Prus,,a" Threo hearty cheers then snhook the roof of the buldins, and. Prince Blemerek ascended the steps of the Throne and pre sented the speechato the Emperor, who read it as follows: 'Gentlemen, I groot you with deep sorrow in my heart, and I know that you mourn with me. The fresh remembrance of the grievonu sufferings of my father who has entered into rest, the momentous fact that three m 'ntI· after the decease of His Majesty the Emperor William I have been called upon to asecene the throne, exercise a like eff-ct in the heart of all Germane, and our grief heia met with warm sympathyin all countries of the world. Under this burden I. pray God to give mee strength to fulfil the high duties to which Hi will has called me. In obeying this call ...
NOTES ON DRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 August 1888
NOT d ON.DRESS. A revival of the "first Empire" dress is pVoheslad to take place during the coming seems, and at a recent fashion show several e'sBmpire" gowns were to be seen. "First eimplre" dresses of the present day are a maodifloa?tlo of those worn by the ladles of the Court of Napoleon L of ranoue In the early part of the present esatary.. We have been solong accustomed to the graceful lines of the esthetia style of dress, tha6simpiro gowns do not strike us as easing'juaat now, though we shall soon doubtless fnd ourselves admiring the short walated bodies and 'the full skirt and sash that are the leading characteristics of 'E?mpire" dressing. An empire gown has a very short bodioe, out round or square at the eeok, and a skirt in full folds, caught by.a deep full sash, the ends of which hang hifront ; the skirt is sometimes draped in' folds in front, and has a long plaited back, with a small steel and bustle. An empire bonnet, that is to be worn with such a "gown, has a flat cr...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 August 1888
Weatt Maitland, N S'W., 10th Iebruary, 1888 -For three years or more I have areatly suffered from chronic disease of the kidney~ and liver, with' all the indications charac Iteriitlo of the. complaint, such as great langour,. indlsgeaston, and nervous debility; for which I took a number of medicines with no prospeote of relief. Upon a recent occa. ilbn I toak in all three bottles of " Werner's SAviOure" with ".Warner'aSAVE Pille,"sence which my' ymptoms of diseeas tCove left me. I am now again in the beast of health. ANbDnW S. BROWN, Alderman rf West Maitland.
A DANGEROUS WOMAN. (ST. JAMES'S BUDGET.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 August 1888
A DANGEROUS WOMAN. (aS JAMES'S BUDGET.) The proceedings in a divorce suit a Chigago were interrupted on the let inst. by a paindul incident. Mrs. Raweon, who is en deavouring to obtain a divorce from her husband suddenly ' empbied her revolver in court.' The object of this proceeding was to shoot Colonel H. C. Whitney, her husband's lawyer, who, although by his agility he avoided losing his life, seems to have had a narrow escape. He was bending over some papers, absorbed in their contente, when Mrs. Rawson moved towards him with an expression on her face which, as he looked up on her approach, warned him that she ' meant business.' Lawyer Whitney at once jumped to his feoot and retreated hastily. Mrs. Rawson then raised her revolver and fired, the ballet cdashing in the side of Judge Jamieaon's desk. While in this position Mrs. Rawson fired four shots at him. Two of the shots hit him, and he was wounded seriously but not fatally. Mrs. Rawson was seizgd by the court officials, and o...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 August 1888
No. 5 Enaeno Terrace, Renny etreet, Pad dington,' New SBoth Wtle., Jan,, 1888. Seven months ego, after protracted illnesse, I was virtually on .tho brink of the grave, eradually elokiog with kidney dieeaee, which medical skill was unable ,to conquer. I hbecme almost 'unable to move, and while sofering intense pain all over the body, could only lie in a recnmbent poeltion. I had not the slightest hope of recovery. I finally resorted to "Warner's BArF Care," and after taking 3 bottles of it was able to leave my bed. A few additional bottles taken in cl,ujunctlon with " Warneor' Sara Pills," thank God, fully restored me to heal-h, atd my family' and friende, who knew my sad condition, say that my case is one of the mset remarkable on record. HENrtY FEnaRl
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 August 1888
La Trobe Terrace, Geelong West, 26th April, 1888.-For the past four years, disease of liver and kidney have been indicated by sharp pains across the small of the back and shoulders, and heaviness in the chest. 'At various times I was so ill that I could not follow my occupation, being engaged at work on 'he dredge. 'Ie beginning of last year, however, I resolved on a treatmers of ?Woarper's Spfa Oure" and "SAra Pills" for oneamonb.b To m~ypleasant surprise my pains wern entirely alleviated, and I was atile to follow my calling. I have had no occaelon tonuse any medicines sines that date. W. G. TAILOR.
THE GREATEST BUILDING EVER BUILT. (THE TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 August 1888
*THE GREATEST BUTILDING EVEA BUILT. (THE TIMES.) Having begun work with the first day of the year, and carrieo it on through the almost intolerable heat of the fieroeut Egyptian spring known for at least the last decade, Mr W. M. Flindere Petrie has at length brought his arduose Faynm campaign to a. close, At Hawara there is a dilapidated brick pyramid, which enjoys the reputation of never having been opened; and an extensive area of level ground thickly honeycombed with the foundations of brick buildings. These foundations and this pyramid were oonjeotarally idon tifled by Lepsins nearly fifty years ago with the remains of the Labyrinth and the tomb of the founder. The meanness of the ruins and the poverty of the material have, how ever, caused his identification to be received, at all events of Ilte years, with coneiderable mistrust; and it was with a view to settling this Interesting question that Mr Petrie migrated to Hawara on the 24th of last January with a following of fifty....
THE YOUNG FOLKS. MY PLUCKY BOY TOM ; OR, SEARCHING FOR CURIOSITIES IN INDIA FOR MY SHOW. CHAPTER XII.—THE TIGER. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 August 1888
SMY 'LUOKY BOY TOM;-. oR, SAROBING FOR OURIOSITI3BI INDIA FOR MY SHOW. Br P. T. B?nux. . gnAPTER XII,--Ti Trozn. The party now halted within a few rode of the bamboo but that was the scone of the adventures already described. By this time the courage of several of the natives had oozed away, and they quietly slunk off, so that when our friends looked around they found there was but a single one left beside the three servants, two of whom were mounted on the elephants, while t1. third was riding the pony of Mr. Godkfln. bi O anxious glances which all east around failed to reveal anything of the tiger for which they were hunting; but nevertheless the bellef was genecabthat be was not far off. 'Nothing can be done,' said Mr. Godkin, Sby eitting idle. Jo, Jim, Jack, and the other fellow there will enter the jungle with a view of driving out the game into the open plain where we can get a shot at him.' But bhe may be hiding in the grass beyond,' suggested Tom. As the boy spoke, he pointe...
THE [?]OPE'S AMUSEMENTS. (NEW YORK HERALD.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 August 1888
7B l oPLi'h .1?eVEIýT¶S. (CNr xYOB H5La n.) To those who take an interest In the B terual City M, Do Is Briere's beckon the Pope's Jubilee, entbiled 'A Rome,' just, Issued in Paris, will prove both good and' instructive reading. The volume, whlch Is published by M. Gervals, of the Rue Tournon, is composed of a series of letters from a Pontifloal Zonave' on the fetes which took place at Bt. Peter's last Christmas. Perhaps the most ourlons of the letters Is that description of the recreations of Leo XIIL It ic not gliren to everybhcdy to pone trate the recesses of the Vatioar domain; but M. Do la Briere, being an old Zonave: and a doughty champion of the Roman Church in days gone by, was enabled to see what must be veiled for ever from the eyes of the profane aod cynical heretic. When the Pope is not engaged in buslnees or devotion he drives through his orange groves and sabrubberies, aecends a bill whence ~e can see the whole city, the Campagna, and thq Sabine Mountains, or walks thr...
SHIRE OF CAULFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 August 1888
MiIRE OF UAULFIELD. Eaat St., Kilda, Riding-Mr., C. W. HItuijtoi (uioppo'sed).' Wtst s idinllg -Mr IV. Farrai Lani gdon (re-elected uTnoppsided); -Easterln Riding=Mr W? R. Looker (re-elected unopposed): South West Riding-- M r J. C. Holland (retiring councillor) and iMr F. S.: Stephens. The contest in the West Riding was 'a keen one,i and resulte l in thl elocibon of Mr Stephens by a ruajoritv of 96 votes.
OUR ANNUAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 August 1888
OUR ANNUAL: ELECTIONS. Last Thursday: all w'as' excitement throughout our municipalities, or, rather in the wards or ridings where the retiring candidates were opposed,' or where there were a greater, number f icandidttes. ingliinated:.than were. required to fill the vacant seats. We. append in their 'alpablietical order the results of the voting as well as give the names of the candidates who were! privileged witli a, walkover.. Bhr(ii'TON'TOWN COUNCIL North Ward-Mr David Munro (re-elected, unopposed). East Ward -Mr T. Bent (re-elected, unopposed). South Ward-Mr L. O)'Shoa (retiring condiillor)-'and ?fi-?J. M'A. :owden.; Auditor-Mr J. K. Bickerton (re-i elected, unopposed.) , ,. Tile seat of the contest -lay in the South ward, Messrs. Bent and Munro,. owing to their lengthy and valuable services as representatives for. the East anl' North wards, resiiectively' being spared the battle of a contest. The polling conunenced very 'earlyl a large number of business men pre feorring to yo...
AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 August 1888
aGBIOULTURAIj NOx E -. iThl weather?. ret - .roa New South Wales and Seath Autreoi..are ot_. ata.. faotory. In New 5ot~Wdlea oobld, 'biting windo have been the rule instead of the wished-for rains. Heavy froots have followed, and these oloments, combined with the ono tinned ldrynese of the weather, agre icrolelng a prejudicial influenoe on the yonng crops, the grass, as well asno all kindo of stook. Many of the loading stook routes are ex tremely bare, while It ia also stated that the increasing scarcity of water may prejudioally affeot shoaring operations, as even where shearing is now being proceeded with, It iso difficult to get the wool away in consequence of the roads being too, dry for teams to travel with safety. The scarcity of green feed has operated against the sucoess of .the lambing at Bourko, and it is thought the average will not be more than 70 per cent. The tanks and dame at Cootamandra are getting very low, a good downfall of rain not having being experinoed since t...
FRAGMENTS OF FUN. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 August 1888
FRAGMENTS OF FUN. AN American minister said in a sermon a few Sundase ago that the reason the lions e didn't eat Daniel when he was cast into their den was that he who two-tshirds backbone asid the rest pure grit. No Dovse or Ir.-In school. Teacher: 'Supdosing shat eight of you bshould together have forty-eight apples, thirty-two peaohea, c fifty-six plume, and sixteen melons, what would each of you hae ?' Pupils (in choru) : a 'The stomach-aoho.' c MUos as Tmna,-' Keeps very cold, doesn't it?' be queried as he eat down beside an acquaintance. ' Yry,' was the bief reply. a ' Oet yoo understand it ?' 'Yea, air.' 'Oh. you can? What is it?' 'The weathor.' And then the temporary truce which had been patched up after twenty years of bitter hostility was declared off, and they went to hating each other again. AN UN rt.As&ab T AwAxBSoBa. - George : 'Some men seem born to popularity, others to Isolation. You and I1hae lived in the sme city, in the same walk of life, yet you have a a...
BRIGHTON FREE LIBRARY DEBATING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 August 1888
BRIGHTON FREE:LIBRARY DEBATING CLUB. On Tuesday evening last a most successful: meeting, was held at the Brighton! Free Library for the purpose of foining, a mutual., improvement society in connection with that insti tution. We were particularly pleased to* see that a great number of our young men were present and took a lively interest in the proceedings. Mr. Lister. .of Bay street, who occu pied the chair, has devpted much time, energy and experience to the task of initiating the club, and thoroughly de served the honor accorded him of. being unanimously elected President for the ensuing year. : r : : It was decided that the society shall be known as "The Brighton Free Li brary Debating Club," that its objects shall embrace-social evenings,; lectures, and other entertainments of the liko kind, as well as dobatcs-that no subject involving controversial the ology shall be discussed, that members of the Library shall b6-iidiittedi mem bers of the Club free of charge, but that non-mem...