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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 18 August 1888

No. 10 Baker street, North Richmond, Vio. torit, 18th April, 1888.-For many years I have been subjected to giddiness in the head of a severe nature, aggravated bilious attackse, palpitation of the heart, and severe pains in the location of the kidneys. I was on and off under tho.doctor, but only alight temporary relief was afforded. I have now consumed about twelve bottles of the ' Warner's Sar? Onre," with some of " Warner's SAve Pills,' and have great pleasure in certifying to my cure. Msa. PRIscrLLA ADAMS.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 18 August 1888

WABNER'S "SAFE" CURE. OUrZS BnarITT's DISRIAIBE, BA1oACOH, GBAPBL, DROPST, IMPOTENCY. ORBIIRAL D?BILITY, BILADDB DIBORDISB, BIIBAL COMPLAINTS. INFLAMMATION 01 KIDNBTB AND LIVBB, AND ALL OHBDR DISHASES CAUSBD BT DBIIANGBD KIDNEYS AND LIVER. Read What Those Say Who have Tried It,. and be Convinced of its Merits. Manly. N S.W., 3rd April, 1888.-I have need a number of bottles of " Warner's SAra Care, for complicated liver and kidney com plainr, and have derived considerable benefit. I hardly -think that I have further need for more medicine, and I eoan heartily recommend " Warnet'a SAFe Cure" to others. RosT. S. WrLLrs, Pantor of the Church of ],nglnnd, Manly. L. Stevenson & Sons Limited, Continuing the biness of . L. STEVENSON and SONS, B?tabllshod 1828. Head Ofee: 14 Flinlers Lane East, Belbouoram. CAPITAL, £100,000. Inoorporated under the Oompanies Statute, IdL DIROTOBRS : The Hon. C. H. James, M.L.O.; the Hon. Edwaru Laglon J. Lloyd Roberts, Eaq, a Marray Smith Req, a.E.G. ...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 18 August 1888

Little Smith streot, Collingwocd, Victoria, 13th April, 1888.-At the beginning of thin year I was stricken down with liver and kidney disease, so that I was unable to ollow my trade as a painter. My water was of an offensive smell, and contained, a red sediment in abundance. I procured" Warner's SaFe Cure," and wben I had taken two bottles my pains entirely abated, and I passed a large quantity of gritty matter. .I have now resumed my work, and esuffer no pains what. WILLIAM RANKIN.

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Penrith, N.S.W., 28th March, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 18 August 1888

Pourith, N.S.W., 28th March, 1888.-For a few months I have suffered from etiffneos of the knee joint. I used " Warner's SAl1 Cure," and derived very great benefit from it. P. J. MAhoNT (The Rev, Dean Mahony).

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 18 August 1888

" Sigh' No~ DU c ale ! Uhloiax Nqw Sansou's TOad just anucod Cantuu Tlea Uompany, Ga Cfbapn0i'ro,

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OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. Wednesday, August 15. Before Messrs. Jordan, Irving and Looker, J.'sP. INEBRIATES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 18 August 1888

OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. S ,Wednesday., .?i?; -t 15. ' ,e fo r se Mi Joinda,:: Irving and Looker, J.'sP. maUitttATES;I itula)~ J. Clarlke, i Thisiipson and C. Glesapp for'imhibing- too +freely weelo fined, Clilr;:kd d n Glessop :'s 6d each and 1Thnompson four'times that.adiiouut ____OiSCLNE _LA GiOg.,. Julia Debro, charged by Constable Norman withi iakina g use of filthy and disgustiiig Ilnguage, was caution ed and linc?e5s. O PF?ENDi8G .??%T.EiiS W. Bailoy.for having no name ,on his dray, and Thos. lhadioy, for hav ing no light, were each fined 10s with 2?s' Gd cdsts; and COlasi~ List for glect iri- to remove a dead horse was fined £1 with 2s' d codsts MONETARY MIATTERS. Verdicts'with 'coshts were awarded Ia eia v. Inglic £f-; Horiei and Cotter;v Smith.: £3 lq ; and Sadie v. "?. .g.+?.t·. +811..S i. ....... ·· ... ~·. ~............ :+ Xouim £[18s S1 5' r John Watson, arrrested for Ihe tlieft of a W'atch fromi a bresident 'of Lo~ig-! wary, wa on thIe applihcat'ion of the police remin:...

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BRIGHTON TOWN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 18 August 1888

BRIGHTON TOWN COUNCIL. The first meeting of the above after' the annual elections took place last Monday evening in the council chani bers, the re-elected candidates, Crs Bent and Munro and Or MoA. How den took their seats, there being also. present the old members, Ors Burrows. Egin, Francis, Hamilton, H [untidy and WValstab.,lThg ast, named gentleman was voted to the chair pro tom. MAYORAL ELECTION. After sitting in committee for fully anp our, the "open the doors"' order was given, 'when Cr Munro moved that the lion. T. Bent, Esq, M.L A., and ex-Mayor be re-elected as mayor of the borough forithe ensusingyear. .Ile paidtl very high compliment to the skill, discorn-, ment and business, capabilities of" Mr. Bent, and said that it was only fittitig that he should occupy that honourable position during the remainder of the Ceintoienil termn. 'ffITd' ?fbY 1't `til'o fact that Brighton had gone a'eoad anid was 'still progressing at a very rapid rate. Only a little over at year ago they...

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MOORABBIN SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 18 August 1888

MOORABBIN.I8HIRE COUNCIL. The first meeting of the newly elected council of the above shire t~ok place in the council chambers, South Brighton, last Monday morning at-lO o'clock, there being present Ora. Abbott, iarnett, eant;, B.urgess,,Com port, llidly,'IHeailij=i 3Mcirc 1ills,, 1Pbtte, VAil and W'ard?; 4U i t 3 The' Hon. Thos. Bent Esq., M.L.A., the retiring president, occupied the chair. The secretary (Mr. J. Keys), stated that the meeting had baen convened •for the purposi'bf'lecting a president far the ensuing year. Councillor Abbott said he had great pleasure in nominating Cr. Com: ort, who for some years hadl honotably" sustained the"oposition of councillor, ari?dl eifelts?iindoi n?s' ' tlfari.het Cuonld ably fill tihe position and creditably to himself and the council as well as the the ratepayers carry thoem throug) another year. These remarks were endorsed by several councillors, upon which Cr. Ward said he liad 've"'ry great pleasure in nominating the retiring president,...

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THE TALKING WAX DOLL. (PALL MALL GAZETTE) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 18 August 1888

THIE TALKING WAX DPOLL, (rPLL xALL oAZTrrs) Mr Edlon has 'Invented a wax doll that elks. The jaws are hung so naturally that one unaoquaanted with the fictitious character of the doll would imagine that they belonged to a genuine ft sh and blood infant. The bo.tt of the doll contains a miniature motor and the emallst phonograph ever mlde Toe phonograph and the jaws of the doll are worked 'imultaneously, and the fictitionus infant talks tor jlst one minute by Mr Edie en'e gold.n onronometer. It is so aes onrately timed that the aomoly little prayer which J3.hn. Quinoy Adams uttered while dying-' Now I lay me down to sleep'-has jues lime s, i-aue from its ruby lips before the instrument stops. In explaining how this remarkable feat is performed, Mr Edihon said, 'A ourlon. feature about this invention is that the baby's voice is an exact represontation of the human voice. In fact, it is my own voice, fOr I speak to the phonograph, and tie record Is made of the tones of my voioo upon th...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 18 August 1888

LOCAL ITEMS, The tenth anniversary of the Little Brighton Band of Hope is to be cele brrted next M'onday evening, when a toeL and publio meeting will bo hold in the Wselaynn achoolroomn, Mill "street. At the :lettoer addresses will bo do. livered by tho Rovs. J. 13. Smith, J. O. Ingamellb, G. N. M'oDonnollandRE. James, interspersed by rooitationi and singing by theu Band of Hope menm. Th progi ess of Acoident -Insuranoe is a marked' feature in- the increase of providoeit habits amoag thle cobmmun ity. For" t simall' sum provision is made for the numerous cases entailed by aln'accident, or in the ;event of fatal results, , a substantial sum is secured for the surviving relatives. One out of ,eleven of the inssured;ineets with an accident each year. Taking the insured as a representation of the 'population, one out of eleven iof the general public meets: with ;an acci dent every year; :of the. injured,' one out of..one liindired dies" In, coise quence ,'Sivirfiniuig, boating, shooting...

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A DREADFUL RIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 18 August 1888

A DBEADFUL- RIDE On the 14th of April, 1867, I left Fort t EHays, Kansas to carry a note to the men at Lookout -elation, nineteen miles away, telling them to beware of the Indians. Tho V red devils had out loose all along the Smoky Hill route, and were thirsting for blood. All the etage stations, with one or two ox.. coptiens, were prepared for Indian attacks. That is, each station was garrisoned by three men, armed with the beet weapons, and the building was bullet proof. As a 3 further secourity Cho men dug for themselves a' circular hole in the ground, covered it over with timbers and earth, and by firing from the loopholes oould stand off any number of Indians. Totsle dngut had an underground possage from the stable, and wa, always stooked with water and food. L-.okout stat:on was one of the oxcoptiona. Why a ducout had not been provided I don't now recollect, but it was because of this n?gligonoo that I was sent out from the fort. I was then in Government service es a ecout, an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 18 August 1888

: Auctions. SATURDAY, AUGUST 25. SOnthe Ground: rAt Threo o'Clock. The FOURTH SALE Of The THOMAS BENT LAND 0O. Limited Will be hold as above, when VALUABLE FRONTAGES VALUABLE FRONTAGES VALUABLE FRONTAiGES To IIOLMES ROAD, HOLMES ROAD, SAnd.. Other Streets, . Near the Moonee Ponds Station Will be Sold by Auction SBy WALSTAB AND' SON, ..Conjointly with .. . C. :J. AND T.:HAM, (The Mercantiie Finance Trustees and Agency Company Limited.) Plans and further partinculars from Tad gell Bros., Mount Alexander road. .Moonce Ponds; or from the auctioneers, Swanston and Queen streets. City. TElMS-J-10 cash; balance at 3, 6, 9 and 12 months at 6 percent. Title Certificate, for particulars of which apply Messrs Crisp, Lewis and Hedl dcrwick, Chancery Lane, LOOK OUT For the subdivision of THE OAKWOOD- ESTATE, actually adjoining the 1.orth Brighton Station. Grand Business Positions and . Henlthy Villa Sites. stret, Frontages to .. Bay street, Point Ncpcan Road. - Railway Place, and Walsh Street. T...

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HOW MR. GLADSTONE IS LISTENED [?]O. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 18 August 1888

ROW MR. GLADSTONE IS LISTENhrD TO. RevO F. E COlrk, of Boeatn, th a president if the Ohristion Erdeavour SoCiety, has been onmmunicating his impre.eions of oie recent Gladstone meeting at, the Memorial-hall to hie journal "The Golden Rule." He was v.ry pleased wrth the meering, and writee of ib eympathetioally, though he O?uld not but oet. the s,,mowhnt indircriminrt? eu logy on the part of rome persone. He eaye: " It wee not diffilnit to tell wnore the sym iathies of the und ence were Their demon otretionP, in fsc ,.were quite astoanding to one .ho i.n acontomed to the relate habite of N'.w England public ae.emhliee A asotence ,,f ?tr Gladqson;'alpeoch. if reported by the truthfulrerresontattve of one of our Boston eailise, would have read something as fol 'oM.:-'r ctlhirman (hear, hear), ladies, ond entlemon (hbear, bear), I congratulate ('eit, 'rur, y"n, poe), you (ood3, good) on thin anpicwt'ue (y?'e. oe hear) nooasion (good, gvd ; treat Oensatioun and prolonged clappinl and rrn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 18 August 1888

' ý :, Speciali Adiertlsements. SBA rKLYi. & PARLIAMENT STREETS i . - ',... ; , . , : "±: . . .B R I G H- I T O N . . " . ... . " . . "M. , CLARK, S, "i ONTRACTOR C For Asphaltin? L:i.n Tennis Courts, Garden r;' Paths, Veraxidahs; Yards, Workshops; :. & c.; &c. {FNCING, OARTAGE, & PLOUGHING: ': -? ON SALE :-Metals, Rubble. !t,, . :Screenings, Bricks, &c. i:J. R BAVINTON, Ot1 BOO TM AKER, 'y. POINT :'N'EPEA?N ROAD,'. I',. EDWARDS Beg to intimate bhat prior to to tlir annual I TOCKTAKING they will offer, durinig the remainder of Ju ne and the whole of July, the balance of their INTER ;STOCK .'? :. "' -" ... " ...- .' : AT .IMMENSE REDUCTIONS. . Their new Goods for Spring and Summer "'are ?oming forward early, and as their Shoproom is" limited, the prresnt iStock must ee cleared to make space,. therefore, gres bargains will be offered The 'public 'are respectfully invited to:pay a .visit of inspection.. DUNLOP " & -EDWARDS, ;:IAMILY. DRAP...

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THE POWER OF BEAUTY. (ST. JAMES'S GAZE[?]) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 18 August 1888

TIlE POWEk OF BEdAUTY. (sr'. 'JAxBs'a GAzwVtx) Pete Elehfoner'e house at Thrnms is in the kfrk-wynd, and I called on bi one o Bator day evening because there was a story abroad that Pete fhed received something remarkeble, by poso, There woe no one in either of his rooms; hobut the ' back' window of the; kitchen stood open, and I pulled myself. through it into the kLzrtyard. When the gate" is locked the only w', into thin orammeo little cemorotery is throughc the wirdowe of the" one story houses that wall it round. Peieand. a few old men were sittim on a fallen tomb stone, a group by themo?lves, though there: wore otheor gosips about. I eat down near: Pete without remark, politcnces not requiring. that we should' greet each other, as we had met that wook already. A card was belig'' p:aeed fr',o man to man, and by and.-' hne it reached me. ' With' Mr and. Mre:e David Alorx?der'trcomplimenr' was printed on it; and Pete looked triumphantly at his? neighbonrs, who evidently could not qu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 18 August 1888

Drapers and. Grocers. LADIES;, New. Goods ao ýjust opeLnedA ' thire' counug w96ason. Try and make it convenient to come and see them. I ,shall be glad; to aend you samples The value this eason beats all in the past ,:A. Dress Tweeds, Checks and Plain Dress an immense variety. Calioaes, Sheetings, Cambrics, White .obes. Embroidery, all widths. A fine Stock of Everything to choose "rom at " 149, Bourke street, East.; 49" -·X-----·-,, .,-,,·:'"'i'i:w Special Advertisements. .vTi C OOKE, General. House Painter, Decorator, &c., Good :Workmanship and Best Materials' ,,, Guaranteed. High Street, Armadale, Y. ;r .::; E. -EstiniattesGivenr::Y'" r· r H:;.i MO N T G?0M+ERRY, CARPENTER & CABINETMAKER, 46A Chapel Street, P RIA H.R A .N:. Estimates.. igiven.. : Furniture , Repaired: and R:epolished. All Ord~' s promptly attended! to. Music Warehouse. FEISS BROS., "IANUFAbTURERS OF Orchestrions, PIanos, Hlarmoniums, Organs, 128D CHAPEL STREET WINDSOR. Musical Boxes, Violins, Fancy ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 18 August 1888

g^<"_ rALARDK._, NUTUAL .?.ý;B? A Sres, £25, Entrance fece, Is. -per s subscription, 2s. 6d. monthly'per Whiire, President-James Suith, Esq. . -' Vice-president-Edwin Exon, Esq. . Treasurer-Angell Ellis, Esq.. Committee-Thomas Stcad,' sq.; JAGreig,' SEsq,: A. W. Harston, Esq., JP.; A. Larard, Esq. ; D. Sangster, Esq. ; T. Smith. Esb.: T. W. Swindley, Esq.; J. Zevenboon, Es.q,, J.P;. 31.: L.I Stodart, Esq. Solicitor-M[ontague Coher, Esq. (Messrs Pavey, Wilson and Cohen), Tabnle B,--Showing the payments pcr calen. der month (principal and interest), for a lonn of £100. No. of I Monthly | Total Am- I Interest for the years Repiyments I ount rapid I whole tl n Two.. 14u100 Je11 120 I X1 \120 Four.. 8 10 117 * 0 17 4 0 Six . . 115 0.. 12 00 . 20 00 ight . 1 1 S' 131 0 0 : 1 00 Ten .. 1 -1 4 110 0 I 10 00 Twelve 1 8I I3100 1 12 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....

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THE OUTLAWS OF TUNSTALL FOREST. A ROMANCE OF THE OLD WORLD. BOOK V. CROOKBACK. CHAPTER VI. NIGHT IN THE WOODS (CONCLUDED); DICK AND JOAN. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 18 August 1888

THE ;OUTLAWS OF. TUN T'STALL : FOREST. . 'A 'ROMANCE OF THE:.OLD WOBLD. r :ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON, Author of "'TreasurseI l. d,"gt. - BOOK V. , S" " CROOKBaOK. COAP tR VI. mIGH" is '-SE WOODS (CONCLUDED); DICK AND JOAN. Th6' ho?ses had by this time finished the small store of provender, and fully breathed '-from their latigues. At Dick's command, the tre was smothered in snow; and while hie, men got once more wearily to saddle, he -himself, remembering, somewhat late, true woodland caution, chose a tall oak and nilmbly clambered to the topmost fork. Hence he could look far abroad on the moon l?it and snow-paven forest. On the touth wea,' dark anainst the horizon, stood those ,upland, heathy quarters where he and Joanna -had met with the terrifying misadventure of the leper. And there his eye was caught by a spot of rnddy brightness no bigger than a needle's eye. He blamed himself sharply for his provious neglect. Were that, as it appeared to be, the shining.of Sir Daniel's camp tire...

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THE HOHENZOLLERNS AT HOME. (BERLIN LETTER.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 18 August 1888

THE HQHENZUOTLL?RNa AT HOaE. (sanLM LZxrrE.) Bellevue Castle, on the outskirts of Berlin, once the residence of the genial Prince: Ferdinand, has again become the favourite resort of members of the Royal family. The aged Dowager Empress takes her daily walks there, Inthe beautiful park, fronting on a quiet bond in the Spree, a path has been made for her especial use, ornamented at short intervals by heavy railings on which her Majesty can rest.' Though shle l?s' really stronger than a few months ago, -it ai - a melancholy eight to watch the old lady, who has gone through so many stormy' sooeane, walking with great effort from goal to goal. There seems little life in the tottering gait, little vitality in the wrinkled,. careworn face. Yet I have wondered why no enterprising photographer' steals her' likeness amid thoes romantic surroundings, though it would arouse the wrath of the venerablo Queen. Her vanity is still boundless, and no man has taken her portrait for over thirty years,...

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THE ROBBERS OF THE ROCKIES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 18 August 1888

e THE ROBBEBS OF THE ROOKIES. d Dr J. Cameron Lees gives, in the July e numboe of "Good Words," an account of his experiences last November, when the train in r which he crossed the Rocky Mountains on r his way from San b'rancisco to New York fell e into the hando of robbers. He writes: 0 "There were a good many carriages in the a train, and the ' Pullman' in which I travelled had about twenty passengers. We were very sociable, and time passed quickly. As soon as it was dark the bertha on each aide of the oar weore made up by the negro attendant,the heavy curtains drawn, and we all went to bed, I had a been sleeping soundly when I was awakened , at 2 in the morning by the train being brought Sasuddenly to a standstill. Being in the lower 5 berth, I bad the advantage of having a window a to look outn of. As there was no railway a tbation visible, and the train showed no sign if of going on, I became convinced that some thing was wrong, andawakened my travelling companion in the oppos...

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