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EXPERIENCES OF A SPY. (NEW YORK SUN.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 August 1888

S(NEW YORK uet.-) a' When Halleck was besieging Beauregard at Corinth; or rather, daily approacbhing. the ,, Conlodorate' les by a eystemof defei o X'I was in the trenchoo one afternoon when, ? O Captaini of my company 'sont 'fo moia01d 0 ordered toe to report to the Coliriel. The a Colonel ordered me to report at Gen. Hal i leok'e hoeadquarters, and when I made mey a appearance the General said: 'You have done some econting?' - = Yes, sir.' r 'Will yo o asn spy 'Into Corinth. I want information whitgb, only a pny can secure. If yon come::baqk you shall be well,rewarded. If ,yon: are 1 detected you will be hung.' . . a? 'I will try it.' S' Very good. Return in an hoor and Iiwill give you instructione. When can yon'set out?' 'By midnight.' `;" 'Thae will do.' I went away wondering how on earth Gen. Halleck had ever heard of me, paduit" wns nmonth later before. I ascertained the facts. go afternoon I wee "showing. off" to:'a croup of soldiers, and the, general?.,nd..his hief engineer ...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 August 1888

SATURDAY, AUGUST 1S. ::-On the Ground.. At Thres O'Clock. The -. High Street Railway Fstate,' Glen Iris. Corner of High; Fakenhasi haid' Y streetse; 'apd Sum merhill road, Glen Iris. Immediately next to the High street Railway Station (Shortly to be opened), On the Glen Iris line. The Key of this District. Unequalled Business Sites. Lovely VillaSites. ;s,,"=' The Finest and Most Important ` B- eroffered to the Public in this Most Charming and Picturesque Locality., The Railway Station almost on the Ground. Perfect Natural Drainage. , Rights-of-way. Splendid depths. Charming Scenery, Invigorating Air. A Chance now offered-to the Public of Making Large Fortunes, as When the Railway Line Is Actually opened, Land like this, Right on the Station, ' Must Increase in Value to an Enormous Extent. . Therefore. Do not miss this Grand Opportunity. TERMS. ,.£10 Deposit £10. Balance, 3, 6, 9, and 12 Months at 6 per cent. Trains leave Prince's-bridge for Camberwell station, where there will be ca...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 August 1888

.Special Avrtisements PALLOT AND WOODMASON, 10 Chapel Street, 10 PRAHRAN, TWO DOORS NORTHI-I. OF COFFEE TAVERN: THE .CHEAPEST FURNITURE .. WAREHOUSE South Yarra, Prahran,, Wiidsor and St. Kilda. Iow to Furnish a 8-rooblie Cottage for £13 18s.. for net cash : Dining-roost Colonial Sofa, with Squab and Bolsters .. . 1.. 7 6 Cedar Chiffoniere Safe, Polished 1 G 0 Six Cane Chairs ... 1 4 Q Round Table. ... .. .... 0 12 6 Table Cover ... ... ... 0 5 6 Fender and Irons ... .. ..0 12 <6 Matting to cover room ... ..,i 10 6 Hearth Rng . .. ... .... 0 6 Cornice'Pole and Brackets ..- 0 11 6 Slip Mat,...- ... .. ... 1 6 Bedroom Fnll-size Beadstcead... ... ... 1 10 0 'We would call attentioni to Special Drawing-room Suitesa very strong .consisting of 6 small chairs, Gent's easy chair, Lady's do., and carved conch, From £11 10 0 .Dining-room Suite in realleather consisting of 6 small chairs, 2 easy chairs, and couch, from 20 0 0 Haircloth Suite, comprising 6 small chairs, Gent's and La...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 August 1888

-i` Special Advertisenieuts. BARKLY & PARLIAMENT STREETS ` - =BRIGHTON. ,WM. CLARK,. OONTRACTOR For Asphalting Lawn .Tennis Courts, Garden Paths, Verandal~i, Yards, Workshops, &c., &c. &c. FfINOING, CARTAGE, & PLOUGHING. Wa ":, ON; SALE :-Motals, Rubble, . Screenings, Bricks, &c. J. R. BAVINTON, BO'OTMAK ER, POINT NEPEAN ROAD, ?: .-:.: .'NorthBrghton.. SDUNIOP ?? r, STOCKTAKING, ,OF DRAP ERY BeAo ntimate that pior to NS.their nnal heir newll Good for Spduring therend Suminder of Shoproon is limited, the prevent Stock must ee cleared tho mawhole spof Julyace, the baance of thess bargains ll be oered The public are respectfully invited 'to pay a visit of WINTER. STOCK Establ.shed 18O ,2. IR T. PAS OOE & 0 ' ATISION E PROEDUCE TIONS, Corner of Their netry Goods for Spring andlway nmmer e coming for Eardy &early, and as their hopom is linmited,on Athe. nt Stock Produccleared tomakend otspacher s, thereforn sale, at the lowe...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 August 1888

rlo5t&a Y 'i79; OI Tlt: r bn Ps r iuo `11 ' fi (cl c, U 'at iltF im I : - 1 ,, r'· R :+d- "kf(I 'bi1" i. N Ca- "- ' comp! e"Ls' l' t" s.i .ea It . 6 &!thR!&E .0o01000. Teotald d ot an ne)IN enofh bAii £ U . of .. ,i !ho dl.?. oaperod to 1aw e p?o til.bo lmeitd I to a 0,000 Mbares, +olfwhtihIco te have bees S ta+ke. o tp pdvely . leavigi 0,000 to be subs?rlbed for. . p ';ne . if a.ltU'fll,&0 wa l atlr'a& n wem be 0&Ln.IE UP ho the FolowIng Manner i• , :t - sei .85ill S P.e Share on ppltntion. - I+t' " " " '';" TeSaTn tliS a Per j a on Allotment. oIA,? 'rlvel aunge er Shi?? are al 0to+ Co rZ e ? op 0 tie 1 , U ,tL the ,0 Per Share eo p~pi up. "" , I1 eitiiti pttedr that any itiror esalis will be reloleed Utt should any be made they will nat xeed te5. I o.? a.be?,? I Int?nacel ofle?s thai threramontbe. $?4 ? t?BBs ea 0or PnROMtOrtk'B A]iES wall be isnoed. tlme..*rtbs rintm i n a?, tt+ fine.day, lith Augot, on whlOh date L? will be osdnr.~...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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PURE PEPSIN IN SCALES (FAIRCHILD). [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 August 1888

PURE PEPSIN IN SCALES (FAIROHILD). "Probably four-fifths of the pepsin which h has been given was inert" write.rDr. . C. Wood. This accounts for many of the obj.o- b lions that have been made to It. Pepsin in Scales is a theoretically pure t digestive ferment, Isolated from the secmaehb of the pig. It is perfectly free from adol terants of all kinds, and is not weak-ned hy the presence of sugar-of-milk, etarch, or other admixture. Itis a pesideratum to have at hand the digestive principle by which the stomach effects its work, for pepsin, is the egent indicated when this organ laes. When the food causes pain there is generally disease of the stomach. To expect the arom.oh to I perform its full work when impaired is not right. By giving pepsin the op ratiun of digestion may be properly perf.,rmed, nutrition rightly kept up, and the e'o maeh allowed a chance for repair. Peptic, helps Ihe organ over a trying spot, by lesenmng the work imposed upon it. This agent is essentially, applica...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 August 1888

Drapers and Grocers.,; X X SADIES,;,to9 ýe' vGoods are ijst opened? f+r"o' :thedbmine, Seuhson Try-and make it convenient to come and see them. 1 alidillbe glad' to seti?d you samples. Thelvalue this aeson bieatns t in the past. . r ",; , ' _ .' , Dress Tw?des; Checks anid Plaini Dre's an immonso variety. Calicoes, Shootings, Cambrics, Whito .'obes. Embroiddry, all widths. A fine Stock of Everything to choose "rom at . 149, Bpurke; street Easst.. 149 ST . 00 K E, sp la1 Adyertses?P ,tesi?,. Decorator, &o., Good ,Workmanship and Best Materials SIGtaranteed. . I IIii Street, A im. dale. Estimates Given... CARPENTER & .CABINETMIAKER, 46a Chapel? Street, Estimates given. Furniture lepaired and ,Repolished. All Orders promptly attended jto. i Music Witrchouse. FEISS,:BROS., MANUFACTURERS OF i' Orchestrions, . Pianos, ., larmoiiums, Organs., 128D CHAPEL STREET WINDSOR. Musical Boxes, Violins, Fancy Figures. Concertinas, Accordions,- &E. Re paired at Moderate Charge...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 August 1888

STANDARD MUTUAL BUILDING SOCIETY. Shares, £25, Entrance feee, Is. per share sdbscription; 2s. Gd. monthly'per share, President-James Smith, Esq. Vicoe-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. Smith, Esb.: T. W. Swindley, Esq.; J. Zevenboon, Esq,, J.P.; M. L; Stodart, Esq. Solicitor-Montague Coher, Esq. (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- I Interest for the years Repayments ount rapaid whole term Two.. . 4 £10 60 £108 12 0 8 12 0 Four.. 2 810 117 40 17 40 Six ... 115 0 126 00 20 00 EEight. 1 8 4 130 00 36 00 Ten.. 144 146 00 41 0 0 Twelve I 1 8 160 00 6 0 0 Under the above table the Society is prepared to lend three-fourths of the value of approved securities, and in special cases a larger proportion. Borrowers have the privile...

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THE OUTLAWS OF TUNSTALL FOREST. ROMANCE OF THE OLD WORLD BOOK V. CROOKBACK. CHAPTER IV. (CONTINUED) THE SACK OF SHOREBY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 August 1888

x P.+ :? ,ý .-O+F,',.THE OIA O, D.. , Aiutor of "Tre?are tla?nod," te. BOOM V. CROOKBAOK. : CHAPTIER IVT, T OoN~lNE ) `".+: . AOZ 07 SROaT. !"8horeby Chnreh tower not only eemmandeq •le trown, as io a map, bet lrokid far o'h both 'uldds over sea "and laud. I, was now near love e 'the day exceedingly bright the snow .l fzlin, And as Dick looked around him b uOuld measure the consequenoee 'of thb tt1e. e'.Aoonfused growling uproar reached him ifrom'the streets, and now and.tben, but very e4tly the clash of sees.: Not a ship, not +t~ t?eh as a skiff, remadcnd in harbour.; but' h? e?a was dotted' witi isils and row boate' • idhn with fugitives. Oa shore, too, the sntrEfacs of the snowy meadows was broken :I) with bands of horsemen, some cutting' .lhee?, wy towards the borders'ot the forest ;. ters,' who were' doubtless of the Yorkiet: de'stoutly interrupting and beating 'them t .beo uporn" th town. Ove all, upon c -??e.? open ground, there luay a prodiglo( o 4uantioy of fallen men and h...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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A STORY OF CHARLES THE FIRST'S PLATE. (ST. JAMES'S BUDGET). [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 August 1888

A OtUaE "OVE"CH&RLEBTENPE'FIRST'8 PLATE. S (a. aJAtmrS LauOE). Inquiry affter missing Crown property plate, jewele, pictures, and the like-ooupied a ctood deal of the time of Charles II.'r law officers during the first year or two of the Restoration. In a few instances State papers and legal records of the period tell of the recovery of eauch treasure; but in a great many more they speak of frauilessesarch for it or of diappooiotmenD in following up a likely clue. Even when the name of the persun in whose cusatody the treasure was known to have been placed was no secret, recovery was often baffled ; for the plate bad generally passed through the melting.pot and the jewels had found their way over the seas. Toe proclamation isened on the 14th August, 16G0. commanding the bringing in of all Crown plate, was probablr of small avail. A story told in some Exchequer proceedings, of an attempt to recover some of the royal plate loft behind after the flight from Worceester, is worth...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 August 1888

Forty-seven Gertrode street, Fitzroy, Vic toria, 80th April, 1888 -i-or years I have suffered with congostion of tho liver, inl flimmatioo, and Jaundice, leaving hehind their debilitatiry effocte. Lqet August, most severe pains attrcted my back and hips. I was on prostrated I cuold not walk ; variou doctors attended me, but to no effect; one doctor told meo I was going into consumption. and would probably not i\te six months. I took eight bottles of " Warner's SAVa Cure,' and two vials of " Warnor's SAwa Ptlse," and I am now in excellent health. The medicine caved my life. Man. BAUn A. Mors.

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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AMBUSHED. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 August 1888

A.MBUSHED. 'Reckon that air scales of yonrn is an am boah scales, ain't it? said a countryman to his grocer, as he took the sugar and handed over the money. 'Ambeb acalese What do you mean?' replied the merchant. 'Who's Ambush?' * Ambush-why, y' know reg'lar ambush -y' undersatnd what ambush means, don't ye? 'Well, I should hope so, Mr Woodruff, Amboah means hid-somethin' concealed means-walt, bere's the dictionary ; 1'll Jus read to you exactly what it means, no's you needn't never nee it wrong after this. Here tie: A-em-ambush-to lie in wait for " Yea, that's it, quire; don's go no further to lie in weight for two cents."

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WIT AND HUMOUR. A PRIZE CONUNDRUM. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 August 1888

'WIT-AX=W HUMOUR.--' A PRIZE CONUNDRUM. The Victoria Soap and Candle Co. offer a prize of £ for the beat oonundrum on 'Genuine Magic Soap" (branded: A heart pierced with an arrow). The answer should draw attention to the numerous injurious imitations, and to the fact that Genuine Magia wasbes clothes in twenty minutes without rubbing. Address: 25 Flinders lane west.

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SHIRE OF MALVERN. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 August 1888

SH3IR OF' MALVERN. , VesternRiding.--Mr.,E. T. Edsall (returned unopposed): Central Ridinig Mr. Thos. RobinSon (returned un opposed). E iatern iliding-Mr. Geo{ F. Martin (retiring coouncillor), and Messrs. J. F. Higgins and Percival Longbottom. Auditor--l1r. H. Mid dleton (roeturned unopposed). Tlie free and independent: electors o? rtlied. Weterni :iid? Ceiitral ?Rkidigs, 'iyrBillowing Crs: Edeal and .Robinson to be returned without opposition, bave again shown that these councillors posiess their confidence, and that they are perfectly satisfied:qith their actions during the past-term.- The result of the contest in the Easteorn Riding was looked forwa'rd to with keen interest by those of t,e ratepayers who have taken steps in the mhtter oE'the post-i office site. By the voice of two publio meetings of.: ratepayers the site ad jacent the shire hall has been declared the most suitiobl, but't!ie majority of the council, are opposed to giving the ground to the Postal Dep?irtment,for t...

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THE STRUGGLES OF A GREAT GENIUS. (PALL MALL GAZETTE.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 August 1888

TBRB' BTBTEM'aEM-OPF7 G T, S GENIU,. ,,. ' ...... ! ..NIU , , , (PArLL IA Lb AZrZTo.I'' * He who knows the terrible selfishness and inaensibility in our soial life, and especially in the relations of moders- artists to each other, cannot bat be struck with wonder-' nay, delight-by the treatment I expoe ridncod from tbis extraordinary man' So runs one of Wagner's many tributea to the all-powerful Liszt,' who was the triend of kings when Wagner wan battling with star valion He had lost his position at, the Royal Opera at Dresden, through his participation In the revolutionary rioing of 1849, and he was an exile in Zurich. He had written three operoe, none of them very suooessful, and he was without resonrceo. Having said this much, we will lot the following letters tell their own story : LISZT GOES 'TO WRaIMA, AND WAONIT OAUlB AA IHOUBB FOlr HIS AIR.' ' Just when the oase seemed desperate, Liest succeeded in opening a hopeful refugo to my art. Ho ceased his wandering, settled down at ...

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BRIGHTON FREE LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 August 1888

BRIGHTON FREE LIBRARY. A. meeting of the committee of the above institute was held last Wednes day evening, there being' present MIr. Ilayball, vice-president in ,the chair, -ind' Messrs. Le` Maioe, Sprigg, Miller, Small,. Kyd, Black,: Cotterill- land Stevens. Mr. Le Mare acted as secretary, and apologised for the absence of the pre. sideiht, seacretary niid treasurer. The minutes of last meeting were read and ubonirimed, as also were those of the adjourned meeting. CORRESPON1ENUE. A letter was read from the honorary secretary, :iii' which' he. stated' that steps had beil takeii: towaids the for .matioii.of:a, deblating. club,.mid. hewas of iopinioni that: it would be.-d.;great success. He alto., stated that,hq had received from the hon. ,T. eiit,Esq., M.L. A., the sum of £20 as i donation tottheibook ·fund, ;for ?which 'lie' had sent a cordial vote of thanks.-Re ceived amidst'great approbation. . From the PrAmier's office, forward ing a copy of a work ointitled' 'The History ,of Al...

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SHIRE OF MOORABBIN. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 August 1888

SHIRE OF .)IOORAfBIN..': Owing to the re-division of the' West Riding, and the creation 'of" a fourth (the South) riding, `'the whole of the Councillors went out of office. There were three ;candidates treqdiirid for the represelntation of eaclh riding and of these' :Messrs.: Bent, Burgess and 'Ward . were retriined, unopposed' for the North "riding. 'This speaks' volumes in favor of those. old. and' tried representatives, whlio for up - wards of a quarter of: a century have honorably and conscientiously occu 'pied scat. at the council tihle: 'Thoy, with others have worked hard for its advancement, have borne the burdenr and beat of the day and doubtless look forward to substantial aid from the "new blood" infused into the council consequent upon ..th: creation of the new riding, coupled with the re tirement of ex Crs. Rennison and Staynor. Five,caudidats were nominated. for the iew r iding.( uteSoth) 'amely:-- Messrs. W. J. Carter. J. C: -Healo, C J. Potts, W. Lamb Smith, and E. L....

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THE LADIES' COLUMN WINTER PRECAUTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 August 1888

THET ADI ES' COLUMN W. iT R ' REdOAUTIONiB. Now that winter ns come, " to role the -?10d. year, with all his rising train ;and cloud, aind storms,,- it m4y, not 'douttof place to 'recapitulate a few simple precautions agnsoot taking cold. The beat way of preventing colds is undoubtedly to eat plain food, and to rise early and take a cold bath every morning. Most illnesses, in elading colds, come from indulgence in un wholesome food. Those, however, who are noteerorg enough to bear cold water in this weather, should be partioularly careful to keep warm'indoors and out of doors. The more oalorio we can carry about with us or keep in our bodies, the less hanuoe there is of an. insldious chill ereeping into our systems. It is an error to think that it is wrong to go out into the fresty air while very warm. As long as we are not heated up to perspiration-point, there is no better p;eoaution against taking sold -than to go out when the frame is thoroughly warm'd through and through. Those...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 August 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 Ah Never-falling Preparation for Removing and Destroying Round or Thread Warms in Adults and Children. Should any of the symptoms briefly given belowbenoticed, the presence of Worms can be safely concluded :-Restless ness, irritability, grinding the teeth atnight, starting dur ing sleep. picking the nose, dark rings unde? the eyes, variable appetite, &c. SOLD IN. BOTTLES 2. s. EACH Typhoid Fever ! ,The Homenopathic 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 lug 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...

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THE LEADER. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1888. LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 August 1888

.THE .LEADER. t JUSrIoC TO ALL,. SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1888. LOCAL ITEMS. AMr. John Houston, J.P., and for marly a resident of Brighton, died suddenly last Friday evening at Chad " wick's hotel, Benalla. He had come in from his residence at M1okoan to -see tho-: shire engineer thbouta iroad, -iand 'on liis way back : ent to ti ae hotel, i ':hre he "usually piutsR up in Benalla, to have tea. Wrhile eating, a piece of meat got iilto" lis wiidipipe, and although several people at the taihle 'thouglit' th'? expression of his facer'iatherr peculiar, it senis to` have struck tnohne bff them that' there' was -anything :`wrong for some 'moments a afterwards,, when.aomeone noticed =hd wasohoking.,. Efforts were at once * made to relieve him, but without avail; and he died before Dr. Nicholson, who had been sent for, arrived. The fune rkl' tolt place- last 'Stiiidayi-and: Was largely attended: Mr. I-Iouston ar rived in this :colony ' in 1845, and became one of the original partners in the firm...

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