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CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 10 March 1888

CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. Presbyterian.-Brighton, Rev. Mir. -a 11 and7. Elsternwick.-Rev. J. ?ay, 11 and 7 Oheltenham, 11 and 3; Mentone, 7; Rev.. R. M. Fergus. Church of England-St. Andrew's Brighton. -Fourth Sunday. in ILent,. /March 11th, Holy Communion 7.45 a.m., Martins Litany, and, Sermons, I1 a.m., Evensong, and, Sermon. St. Peters schoolhouse.' Evensong` and Sermon 7 p.m. , Mordialloc.-I1, as usual; 7," Mr W. B. Simpson. Cheltenhami.-11, Mr H.: Hanson i;" 7 Supply.: . ' : ; Mentdie.-11, MrJ F: iBradley. Little Briglton.-11, Mr W. B. Simipson 7. Rev. C..Le Sonef. : . :: Gipsy Village.-11. Rev. A. Caffin, Holy" Communion. , 'r , South Brighton.-3, Mr W. B. Simpson. Dingley.-=3.80,'Rev.'A. afflinn Bald Hills.-7, Rev. A Caffin. Caulfield, Rev. H. B. Macartney, 11 and r Armadale, Rev: F. Webh.: Elsternwick, Rev. P. Bailha?he. Malvern, Rev. C. J. Godby, 11?and 7. Oakleigh, Rev. T. 1H. Rust. Congregational, Brighton, Rev. J. Richard! 11 and 7. ,Malvern, Rev. OC. Moon, 11i and 7. ;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 10 March 1888

Colleges and Schools. "FINIS CORONAT OPUs." BRIGHTON LADIES' COLLEGE (" Ellesmcre,") ST. ANDREW STREET, Near the Tewn Hall PRINCIPAL: MRS. J. HAINES, (Late of Clifton Hill Ladies' College), For several years teacher under the Board of Education, Assisted by MISS A. E. COX. English Literature and Mathematics, S.: :GRENFELL, B.A., L.L.B. - French and German, HERR OTTO MULLER. Drawing and Painting, J. F. JONES, EsQ.. Pianoforte, T. J. HAMMOND, EsQ., Miss BURKITT, R.A.M., MRs. ORR, and Miss A. E. COaX Calisthenics, MIssEs DICK and MOON. SResident Governess:' MISS A. E. COX. TERMS (Payable in advance)- Day Pupils: _English (as below), also Languages .. One and half to Four Guineas per Term Resident Pupils (under 12 years): English (as below), also Languages, Music, and Painting Twelve Guineas per Term Resident Pupils (over 12 years):. English (as below), also Languages, Music, and Painting Fifteen Guineas per Term ENGLISH in its various branches com prises Reading, -Writing, Arithmetic (...

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GENERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 10 March 1888

, G? G ENERAL ITEMS.e; - ,. There are 8,000 actors and actresses in thTe 1:iked States: ;;;" . Serious riots are reported to have taken plaee at Rome. Gold as been discoveredi i-,the south of Ireland- . . .... ,... :An improved systeinm f ofcleansing the thoroughfaries of Melbourne comes. into operation next month:: A great pilgrimage of Aimerican Catholics :to Palestine. is being ar ranged for.: . Jas. 'Osbori?e a disqualified' jockey, ivas stabbed to the heart last Monday at Sydney. : Anrther railway collision has taken place, this time at Canterbury, by which, five persons were injured but not fatally. Nunieriiusburglaries have occu'red in and'-roun'dMelbourne and subuirbs during the past week. Fifty applications have been ire ceived , for the 'pbsition "of Railway Comnmissioner in New Zealand: . .5 Frederick Baker, whose. assumed name was Federici iimnmediately: 'after the performance of :.". Faust '.' at the new Princess's Theatre, on Saturday; fell to the ground, unconscious" ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 10 March 1888

5 .-:i1;'% 1." ? ' :" ?-,? ? 1. . .. _ • • • . ... . .... . -_ -('1 !) · E. . .f1[' .... . . . .. . . ... = - )ia.. lF. . .. a 8{r-- f I h t O ll a n( r.l I' u t l (t' ..... .. ' "-d-,o t an 1S, f, ' '.-- I"0-.?; llld ll"g ,,, g", .. 7" 1' t a P; y, r d ..Are rem ded that, a BRANCH ofi the Popular Qt, , ýQ T7Z r Is NO OPEN BAY STREET ,NORTH BRIGHTON,. + . Groceies Wines and Spirits first-class qli o1y kept Customers called on for Orders. Price lists on application The favour of patronage respectfully solicited.- - At thle Central Stores, 89 Collins Street. 4 5 You can get anything it is possible to mention. ,,Ti? departments being stocked with first-class goods only. :Ne Shlpments are constantly arriving, and if you are unable to attend yourself, orders by. Post received. Secretarys immediate attention ..... . .? . -. . .... . , . " We are doing the biggest Business in the Colony.' . DFPARTMENTS. I Groceries, Wines Spirits Tobacco Ironmongery; China, Glass, Tailoring, Boots, Furnitu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 10 March 1888

LjAT*U.RDAY, 10.TH MARCH At 83 o'clock. r,} sOn the Gronnd; r TOW-SI, tP of OAKLEIGH. . * 85 ALLOTMENTS 85 Comprising The OAKLEIGH HILL ESTATE, .At intersections of Dandenong and Ferntree JOHN VALE &SON Have received instructions to sell by public auction (through their auctioneer, WY. F. Vale), as above- : L7' , , 85 CHOICE VILLA andBUSINESS SITES. Terms-£2 deposit, balance up to 2 years. at 5 per cent. Lithograph plans at rooms, Surveyors, Messrs Muntz and Bage. Title certificate, Apply to A. R. Daly. -Esq,, 17 Collins street west. Free Railway Passes. Refreshments. John Vale and Son, Planet-chambers, 8 'Collins street eaist. l c'1 m$ I THIS DAY. At Three O'Clock. On the Ground. CARNARVON-PARK. -CJi )) lOpl osite~the( lil± U u{it: XALVERN RAILWAY STATION, S9 r DANDENONG ROAD. 88 ALLOTMENTS 89 The finest estate out of Melbourne, Offered to the :Publi; cylnAuction. E. J. DIXON & 80N in conjunction with E. KING MAGNIFICENT ESTATE In allotments. Plans: now ready on app...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 10 March 1888

Special Advertisements. SN O T ATE THIS U. DAVIDSON, Boot and., Shoe "Warehouse, : : :Commercial. Road , S6o:' u" t h: ar r ra,' 'Supplies a first-olass article' at a very moderate price; Tie :large increase in his business is r .i the best; proof that he gives:i: , O satisfaction .. , One trial will prove this, :: &.,:.,Er BARKLY . PARLIAMENT STREETS BRIGHTON. , WM. CLAR'K,. CONTRACTOR ' For Asphalting Lawn Tennis Courts, Garden Paths, Verandahs, Yards, Workshops,-,; &c., &c. &c. FENOING, CARTAGE, & PLOUGHING. : ON SALE :-Metals, Rubble, Screenings, Bricks, & .c. J. W. 'ALB TI R Y Family Grocer, Tea Dealer and General Merchant, ST. ANDREW STREET, BRIGHTON. Families waited on for Orders. J. R. BAV TON, BOO TMAKER, POINT - NEPEAN ROAD, North Brighton. MESSRS. W. H. HUNT AND SON, OTUSE DECORATORS, BAY STREET, Brighten, Beg to draw the attention of their numerous friends and - patrons to the NEW SANITARY WALL PAPERS. These Papers are bein...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 10 March 1888

LOCAL ITEMS. An amusing and yet serious affair, it is said, will have to be investigated' by the Malvern bench at their "'next sittings. It appears that a local milk vendor has been. in the habit of placing his milk cans in the immediate vicinity of a baker's shop, and had his suspicion arcused that the'contents of the can had time and again been tam pered with. Two young doughys who have only recently, been employed at an establish ment not a thousand miles from the Mal vern shire hall have been summonsed, and will make their bow before the great un paid on the. date "above mentioned. The ' modus operandi" of these clever youths was to abstract the lacteal fluid and fill it up again with " aqua purs."? The serious part of it isthat the milk vendor' in addi tion to' complaints from and :loss of his: customers is placed in: ,the, awkward posi-' tion of having to answer a charge of adul terating the 'essence' of 'cow.' Last wemek theyoung' mien previously 'allnded"to de clined to put ...

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CRICKET. BRIGHTON V. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 10 March 1888

' CRICKET. ' i'';iiBRIGHTO N V. 3 ELBOURBNgi , r' ' This match was continued last Saturday at the Beach, the l Brightbn with 8 wickets down for 130 put together 219 before the last wicket fell. The Melbourne were all disposed of in their second innings for 121 runs, of which :Wilson made 43, Green 40,: and'Jadie 21' ndt'outt, lery 5 for 28 bowled best for the locals, including the hat-trick. The full scores were:-Melbourne 1st innings, 13; 2hd innings, 121; total 204. .Brighton:-Thompson c and b Newton, 4 Sheffield c Cotter b Looker, 40; Luciis b tLonghnan; 58;' Beulke c and 'b Collie, 7 * Roberts absent 2nd day,?15;'Sims b Longh nan, 9 ;Enery, 1 b w Loughunai 0 'Turner b :Cederwall, 27; Dunn b Loughnau. 0; Smith thrown- out;-88; Ballantyne. hot- ou t,' 0 Sundries '22. "Total, 219. Brighton'*won by an innings and 11?runs. RRIGHTON V. SOUTH MELBOURNE. The second elevens played last Saturday' at the:'Drill room, and resulted in a;win for the Brighton by 7 wickets.and 39 runs, the scor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 10 March 1888

SDrapers and Grocers. YORKSHIRE HOUSE, Glen Huntly Road, --Near the Railway Station Elsternwick. ROBT, BYERS, In tli l kig lthiiiiieisbii patronsa of Elsternwick,. GCaulfield, . Elwood, Bala clava, St. Kilda, Brighton, etc., etcfor. the favours conferred upon him'tddinV; the.:first Six Months he has been in Business in the above, Suburb, b"~iegs ? ? inform thel' th~it lielias dtermindd on Selling the balance of his SuIiiEltSTOCK' I Drapery, Blosiery, Millinery, Gents Shirts, Hats, Ties, Gloves, etc., at Prices which are bound to ensure; a Speedy Clearance. 0 AllU' Goods :marked ;in PlainFiigures.? R. H. B., having made a practice of holduig no' stock- over until' following Sseason can .copfldentially state that his Price' Defy Competition.: :<. Dressmaking in all its branches.-Fit and Style Guaranteed. UNDEic?TrCLOTHIG SPEIAITrrY. ------ Fouk WE?KS'.! SAME CoMiMENineo Sres SATURDAY. ROBERT?+BYERS,:;r. 'Ii Glen ' Hinly Road,' Elsternwick: c. WOOD, COAL & GENERA PRO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 10 March 1888

S Banks. C¬oimnlercial Bank of Auistralia (Limited) . ,Aiithorised Capital .. £ 8,000,000 :tscribed Capital ...... ...: 2,500,000 Paid Up . ... ...: ......../ 1,000,000 Bieerve Fund ..... 600,o00 'HEAD OFIrxo-80 COLLINS ST. W., MELBOURNE. Londond Office-Bishopsgate St. Within, corner of Leadenhall-stireet; E.C. orner fa' & Cochrane Streets. Interest allowed on FIXED DEPOSITS highest current rates. .lAFTS on London office, branches and ??enuceies of tlie-Bank issued at lowestr-. rates of exchange. 1ills Discounted and Advances Made. W. M'Farland, Manager. ?rSpecial Advertisements. A. JOSLYN, $HOJSE - PAINTER - 'AND DECORATER, 17 COMMERCIAL PnlAD, 17 Prahran, NEUAR THE ]ARKET, ON SALE, LOWEST PRICES: TRADE SUPPLIED. IP aperhangings, Leads, Oils, Colors Varnishes, Glass and Sizes, ALL COLORS. , I ,CaO"stic Soda, Shellac, Brushware, S. Spirits, &c:o, &c. ": L Glazing for the Trade.. Produce Merchants, Brighton Produce Store and Wood and Coal Depot i!:T,.BRADLEY A...

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ON PURITY OF BLOOD. No. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 10 March 1888

S0N PURITY OFF BLOOD.i 'BY A FAMILY ;DOCToR.. . l' '; It has been said;, that ias soon as a. man 'begins to lilve ,ihe,~.iegils toidie.; This world is one.of sconstant change, every. living thing. we.see around us exists, one: might say, in' a' 'ferment of change,; an'd our own' bodies prove no exception to the rule. rn our-every Itissue there is continually going on a process of waste and reconstruction, of building up and casting down. This is necessary for life itself, and also, in order that life and - health may be re tsined; there must be a due proportion of material supplied: to. support':this constant chemical action, for it this be not the case, the general condition of. equilibrium is lost, the wasted tissues not being rebuilt, decay is the result, and death follows. - In other words,' and: probably plainer language, the amount of food, water, and pure air assimilated, or converted into healthy. blood; for the nutriment of our: bodies must be equal to' the quantity of.the ...

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OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY MARCH 7. Before Mr Hare P M. and Messrs W. R. and H. Looker, E. L. Thompson, J. Jordan and T. Irwin. DEBT CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 10 March 1888

OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT.   WEDNESDAY MARCH 7. Before Mr Hare P M. and Messrs W. R. and H. Looker, E.. L. Thompson, J. Jor darn and T. Irwin. DEBT CASES. Verdicts with costs were awarded Messrs Hamilton and Robinson, v. E Le Martin for £4 10s and John Baldwin x. Thos. Irwin £1 14s 1½d. NEGLIGENT DRIVERS. Geo. Platt for negligent driving and A. Bailey for being away from his horse were fined 5s and 10s respectively with 2s 6d costs each, and M. Kelly for driving without a light was also fined 5s with 2s 6d costs. AN ALLEGED NUISANCE. Jas Ryan was charged by Constable Grey with leaving a dead horse on the Wellington road on the 4th December last. A witness proved that the animal had broken its leg and Ryan had em- ployed him to shoot it and burn the car- cass. He shot the horse and dragged it on to his ground intending to burn it on the following day but found it had been removed by a man named Webster, who had been employed by the police. Case dismissed.   SERI...

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CAULFIELD POLICE COURT. MONDAY, MARCH 5th. Before;—C. J Holland Esq. J.P. HOUSEBREAKING. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 10 March 1888

CAULFIELD POLICE COURT. MONDAY, MAROR 5th. Before ;-O. J Holland Esq. J.P. HOUSEBREAKING. A man of colour;, of a disreputable ap. pearance," named: McMahon, and an un-; dersized ruffianly looking -character,' nained Davis appeared on remiiand to sanswer a charge of breaking into 'the dwelling house of Mrs Lewis, Glen HuZntly r6ad, on the. afternoon of the 10th De ceniber last and stealing therefromijeswel lery and other articles ,to,the value' of £70. Serjeant Nixon conducted the prose cution and prisoners were undefended. Elizabeth Lewis, wife of' B. Lewis Commercial traveller of Veronalate'Yar mont Villa, deposed. that she left home in company with her servanit and two child ren at twenty minutes past, two o'clock, on the afternoon of December 16Lh, leav ing the house securely fastened up.. 'She left by the back door which she locked, having properly and securely fastened the front door and windows. Returned home soon after five o'clock and found the back do,r broken open. the loc...

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CAULFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, MARCH 8. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 10 March 1888

CAULFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL THUJIBD1AY. MA?Cli 8.' PIseont:--OrR Holland (president), l'ooker . L ng, Grim wad., Cotton, Griffin iand Lane. M N HPE*IE AL MEETING. Or. Cotton moved, and Or. Long secouded, which was carried, that .this CooiAu~ilconfirmns.the action of the Council in passing a motion at the previouns meet ing to borrow the sum of £25000 for 'purposes therein speoified,--r. Griffin ,voted againpt the motion. ORDINARY MEETING. .(Or+. Lanrgdon and HI-rtlo here entered "the councll chi.mt er.) The minutes of last meeting and also of a spooial meeting were read and confirmed, and the secretary's outward oorrespondence approved of. ' , C OR7FPONDENCE IARD KP rom Cr, ngdoqreei inu hisposition asa meinbel of 'the Wrks jgxtid sn ance Committee in consequence of the Irese?iii. upon his time of business matters - Received, and Cr. Selby appointed in his. stead,.' .': ..: . ? 9.-lHI'? IR. From Mrs. Newing, wife of the late president, acknowledging the Council's letter of condolence on...

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MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, MARCH 6. Present:— Crs. Clark (President), Edsall Martin. McKinley, Mercer, Heywood, Woodmason, and Robinson. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 10 March 1888

IMRALVERN SHIRE-GOUNCIL-. " '- TUESDAY,. MARH-6. . ....... Present: - Ors. Clark (President), Edsall Martin. McKinley, Mercer, Heywood, WoodIdmason, and Robinson. CORRESPONDENCE. From T. M. Donaldson and Co., 'Proprietors of the " Malvern and Arms. *dale Express" stating that they had gone to some considerable expense in starting a' newsp.per circulating in the district, and had met with strong support, they ,therefore solicited a share of the Council's a.dvertisi g and printing.-Complied with .unaniunu u i ly. From the Post and Telegraph Depart. .ment acknowledging the receipt of a com 'munication with reference to a portion of the district surrounding Malvern being -debarred from, a postal delivery,,and in 'reply th- eto they desired to say that this manatter would receive due consideration. .Front C. F. Husband, Secre'ary of the Frankaton Brick Company directing the 'Council's attention to the high rates -charged' by the Railway Department for the conveyance of bricks. The compan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 March 1888

IlO iill V D :llIt an sit ilfiol ig UDJti "1 1 t 10 ItIJJJL Are reminded that a BRANCH of thea Popizlar 'Em -10 Mer I .NOW OPEN in BAY STREET, NORTH BRIGHTON, IPIIs Shere theyt can PROCURE EVERYTHING Required from a " Needle to an Anchor " rocadspirits; irst~c1ass)quaiit`'nl kep. Customers called onfor Orders. i apication c.b nnThe favour' of i patronage spet so in te o I . PAR .ET T .C .e. s*, . *. .. r .or beho .) gae wr-140 .ee ne.., Sprits I_ r Ia ragiStores, 8s ColinSt ,, r ' to the eetoes 8 1 Stet a Yous ca e 1ip~ti os~i e Ito' mention. The `departments.: being i sto~cked with 'first-class goods only., e h~nn~ tr It \-. .R ' ii " i I ' j/ t r . I :l :' I~ l! \, 3) ruconstantly arrijIg aid3 if you _ are . .unable .to~ attend yourself, orders dyiloudeeived. t ' sTebretayskin.mei t Wm[ 7\e are i doing Athe ,biggest .BuI n Iess s ithe Colon. ..E _________________ M~ ? th wh l:T 0 suimer 710a a :U 3/A, *, .(3 )a ...- 1.- : 3.-.i, (.3 " d S r t 6 --o a !, is;U ] fi 1r ý ·ute, -~ roc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 March 1888

YANDELL'S EXTRACT of DAPHNE Meiier eon with Yellow. Dock and Sarsaparilla iill cure affections of the Blood,'Ecxema Pim ples, Ulcers, ,etc.. J. G. Yandell, Conislt ing ?Lerbalist, .32,; Chapel street Prahran, Consultation Free.-(Advt.) COMMEROIAL ROAD DRAPERY I WAREHOUSE.' __I DUNLOP & EDWARDS, Are now showing a chroie selection of NEWT WINTEI MIiILLINEjRY SMANTLES'k DRESS GOODS; . ~. Ladieq' Tailor-made Jackets, ` aZdies' Tailorriiade Ulsters. rL . .Lidiee'"Paletots: ........... * X I Ladies Trimmed Bonnets & Hats. Feathers, Flowers, Wings, and Fancy Orna rments. -i FanCy Tweeds and' Melton Cloths a; :for.making Ladies' Jackets andtUlste.s, Dress Goods in Single ind Double width1Tweed., ;r:';,,. ;. rieliojillis lhi all the le daingl co'rts. French Caslhmeres and Merinoes in aliost anyrshade; ::..' Plushes, Plain and.Fa ncy. Striped Velvets Plain Velvets and Velveteens. ORESSMAKING' 'BY' FIST ::GLtASS • '" HANDS ..,,, 'Ladies' stays, Underclothing and Umbrellas, Ladi...

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LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 March 1888

LAWN TENNIS. Oakleigh v. St., Kilda.-This match, played on Saturday on the courts of the latter, resulted in a victory for Oakleigh by 68 games to 35.; .. ;:,

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GENERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 March 1888

e . ...GENERAL'ITEMS. Typhoid fever still retains its hold upon the community. ' Blight is causing extensive r?vgg, among the maize crops in the lafi fence River district The team of English footballe sailed on,the 8th inhst, i bythe stea ship Kaikoura for New Zedaland. a Terrifi .'.:gales `,have bleen e perienced throughout England, asld Sni'maiy'wrecksi and shipping disasters are reported.. Anpther coal discovery near Adel r aide is reported;, and ri P ;application t has been made to the, GSvrernment for a bonus. B . a - r 0. Mtolloy,-;MP;for ithie-Birr division bof'Kiig's Couhty, urg.s that a the Irish National League should dise tribute tracts on Irish affairs in the 1 colonies.' ; .'' -: : : The iron shipCity: bf Corinth, 1220 tons registered' rd itoinnige, built at 1 Glasgow in 1870, collided with the barque Tasmania in the Er.glish Chan t nel, and sank off Dungeness. A Frenich' hemist, M."'Vielle, has 1 invented a new kind of gunpowder. y specially ;designed for ;use in'rmaga...

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BOWLING. OLD COLONISTS' TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 March 1888

'BOWLINO.' OLD COLONISTS' TROPHT. SAN old colosts' troph valuned £10 10s. has been presented by,.Mr.iMark Moss for competition by arink from each club in the Victorian Bowling,l Association, metropolitan district. All players are to be colonists of 25 years' standing;natives-of that age in cluded. The game .is to be of 2 hours' duratidon,:'and the ftiirt round isto lie played on Monday, .19th inst., play to begin at 4, sharp: flThe first: draw is as under: -Auburn v. Brighton, Portl Melbourne .y. South Melbourne,; Kew v. Riohmopd Union, Hawthorn v. Williamstown, Victoria v. West Brighton, on Richmond green ;:Rich-y mon&vl. L-v: Melbodrne, , Carltonh 4. Albert Park; North'Fitzroyy. Fitzroy, St ,btildav. ,West,: IMelbourne, %;on •Viotoria: green. `"- When: the":prizeo'is won by a club 'all old colonists who, are;members of such club, are entitled , ~o play off for it.

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