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Miscellaneous C. B. to C. T. H. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 5 November 1887

0. B. to C . .IL '"'Welli, well, old boy, so you now too Have tired of bachelor living. And settled down to married life. I-own I've some:misgiving, .. .--- .Wiesn all around I look, and see SMy,friends are all so doing, And think it's almost time for me To also go a-wooing. Well, Charlie, boy, I wish you joy ? You prove yourself clear.headed. A man is only half a man, Until the day he's wedded. And though I can't be present there In flesh, in spirit certain I'll be right near the "happy pair,": * As though behind a curtain. Train Stopped by Fish.-" Did you ever hear of a train being stopped by fish?" in quired an employee of the Michigan Central. " I dare say you never did. Well, we had an experience of that kind on our road re cently.', Our east-bound passenger train was actuallyistopped and detained more than two hours by fish. The engineer pulled up at a water tank in Michigan City to get the usual supply;of water for the boiler. But when the fireman pulled the rope no water cam...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader And District Record
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CHELTENHAM POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2. (Before Messrs. Attenborough, Brown Keys, Ruse and Ward. J's P.) WANDERING CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 5 November 1887

CHELTENHAM' POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2. (Before Messrs. Attenborough, Brown' Keys, Ruse and Ward. J's P.) WANDERING CATTLE. Constable Cowan charged H. Hunter, W Bruton, and W. BM'Mahon with allow ing their horses to wander on' the public streets- Fined 2s d01 each with 2s G6 costs F. Harridon for allowing. 12 cows to stray was fined 10s, with 2s Gd costs. .-. Organ .for allowing one horse to stray was fined 2s Gd, with 10s costs lbe having put-the police to extra cost through having his case adjourned from last court. TRUANCY CASES. Truant Inspector Ireland proceeded against eight parents and guardians for a breach of the Eiducation 'Act, and lines ranging from 2s Gd to 10s with 2s Od costs were inflicted. MIENTONE MISERY. - Mrs. Owens; sued R Cummins for the aum of £1 Os Gd for goods supplied. De fendant admitted the?debt, but said h '. ;wash o feritonemieery', he having~been , : at work for some .tiimeewithourit i baving 4:=t ceived more than £3 wages - 'He-.was quite wil...

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CAULFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 5 November 1887

CA IULFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. TIIURSDAY, NOVEMBsER 3. Present-Crs. Newing. (president), Cotton, Holland, Lane, Langdon, Long, Looker, and Selby. The President explained that this was a special meeting called for the purpose of discussing the New Loan Scheme and the Metropolitan Board of Works. With reference to the latter he was of i opinion that did not concern the Caulfield Shire so much as it did the city of Mel bourne. Itswould be a tax for some time' upon them, but Lo material benefit would encrue for some time at any rate. 7 he city of Melbourne in the Bill had one fifth of the voting power. Cr Cotton thought that if they gave in their adhebion to the scheme they would be left in the lurch. They had already, under contemplation to spend £5000, and it would be far better to expend that sum tthemselves. ".:If they joined in Melbourne would get all the., benefit, and Caulifield would have to pay a rata of sixpence in the pound for several years. Cr L me thought the Government should...

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Good Stories. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 5 November 1887

W~orkisg the Sha4L shame.--" The slicls is a grLat gaue. It is played generally with three half shells of English walnuts -"ynnd nialttlec'gem-ballabout as big'as a-pea. Thie btqll is..made,.of. stuff used in printing press rollers.- I.throiv'out the shells onthe' tabl,:: "l'la cc'ondfor themi ovesr tlilball and --mo. them nall about.. .W'here is, the, ball? ilet anybody lhe can't find it. Well, some fellow is sure he has followed me in my movements. IIe has seen me put a certain shell ever the ball. I took good care that he noticed it. That was thb bait." He bets me .:10, £20 that he can pick the shell over the ball. I bet. lie picks up the shells that he had kept his eye on. Well, the ball is not there. It.ii under another shell. I win. Now that's as easy as preachin'. As I move the shell about I manage to press my finger against the ball, which sticks to the finger, and I quietly place it under another shell. So you see Mr. Smarty was sold again. The .hci!s liinig in *money fast....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 5 November 1887

t - 1, RIG FTON FREE LIBRARY. e U PEN TO THE PUBLIC DAILY FROM C 3 to 5 and from 7 to 10p.m. n MEMBERSHIP.-Any person can be - come a Member upon payment of an annual fee of Twenty Shillings, or a quarterly fee of Five Shillings (in either case in advance) or can become an Asso ciate upon the like payment in advance of an . Annual Fee of Ten Shillings, or a quarterly fee of Three Shillings. PRIVILEGES.-Each member is en titled to take two volumes at one time from the circulating portion of the library for home perusal, and each associate to take one volume at one time for the like purpose. THE READING ROOM is supplied with the newspapers and magazines of the day, and with chess, draughts and back gammon boards. THE MEMBERS' ROOM for conversa tion and smoking, is reserved for members only. THE LADIES' ROOM is supplied with suitable newspapers and periodicals and writing materials for ladies' use only. A HALL and other ROOMS are avail able for hiring for lodge and other meet ings, and...

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BRIGHTON FREE LIBRARY COMMITTEE. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 5 November 1887

BRItGHTON FREE LIBRARY I COMIMITTEE. WEDNESDAY, NOVEIMBEIR 2. Present-M-essrs Webb (president), Wilson, Reid, Le Mare, Burrows, Stamp, Darvell, M'Kenzie, jTayl r, and Drs. Simons and Wilson. MINUTES. The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From F. Hughes, tendering his resignas. tion as treasurer, owing to his business engagements he could not devote the necessary time to the duties.-It was decided to request Mir Hughes to hold office for a week or two, pending the annual election of otficers. From F. Wright, hon. sec. Presby terian Li eary society, enclosing a cheque for £2 2s., being the amount of refund by Brighton town council for use of town hall at a recent concert in aid of library fund.-Received. and acknowledged with thanks. From - E. Lucas, hon. treasurer of Jubilee fund cjmmittee, forwarding cheque for £36 4s Gd, together with a list of amounts collected and contributed. He also stated that a meeting of the committee would be held on an early ...

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OAKLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY NOVEMBER 3. Present Crs. Wilkes (president) Armstrong Lavidge, Leonard, Taylor, Thompson Wilson and Willis. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 5 November 1887

OAKLEIGII SHIRE COUNCIL. -0 TIIUslDAY NOVrEMBIR ii. Present Crs. Wilkes (president) Armstrong Lavidgc, Leonard, Taylor, Thompson Wilson and Willis. COIltRtSPONI)EINCE. From the Port Melbourne town clerk. inforsming the council that the conference on the bank overdrafts would meet on the 12th of November.-Received. From the Caulfield Council, inviting Oak leigh to send two delegates to a confereuce on the nighitsoil question, to be held on the 14th November.-1'residont and Cr Leonard appointed. From Constable Gray, informing the coun cil that the Salvation Army created a great nuisance to the inhabitants by parading the streets with banners and liags, and also made a great noise with their band and drum. lie suggested the desirability of the council framing a bye-law to regulate these processions, as also to pro vent the congregating of youths about the paths and street corners. Cr Taylor said the Army we re n great an noyance to to the town, what with the noise and banners flying, i...

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Boys Column [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 5 November 1887

The Robin in Clurch..--lt was the night befory ?lalisrmas, ill'unglanld,andtl snow was falliing. . ,- Tihy did.?inot mind -it in -happy 'homcs;-whereJamps 'were'llghtcd and -lres burned cheerily, and tables. were spread for -tena. But a little robin, cold and 'huigry, 'hopped about wevrily, seeklig shelter and food.,Our.robins fly away south.before snow conies, but this was across the sea, where the robins stay all the year. The little bird often lighted on window. sills, and tapped with his beak, but was very seldom heard. Once, two little girls looked out of the window and saw him; but it was so cold that they quickly ran to the warm fire, and birdie flew away. After a while an old man came along in the path that led up to the village church. Robin hopped behind him, and wvhen he opened the door bridle was close by and went in, ?'ithout being noticed. Oh, how warm and comfortable the church was I The Sunday-school children-had been there with their teachers trimming the chuich wit...

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OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 2. Before Mr Hare P.M. and Messrs W. R. Looker, J. Jordan, and T. I[?]win, J's.P. INEBRIATES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 5 November 1887

OAKLEIGII POLICE COURT. 1\EDNESDAY NOVEMBER 2. Before Mr Hare P.M. and Messrs W. R. Looker, J. Jordan, and T. Irwin, J's.P. INEBRIATES. Mary Allen was charged by constable Gray with being drunk and disorderly, and also with insulting behaviour. The arresting constable said Mary was very drunk, and misbehaved herself shame fully. She begged hard to be let off, stating that she imbibed rather too much on the occasion of her child's birthday. If lot off this time she would take the pledge for twelve months. The bench reminded her of the disgraceful pro. ceedings she had been so frequently guilty of, and sentenced her to 14 days' im prisonment. James Maloney, an old offender, was charged by the samne officer with a similar offence and had to stump up a pound note or go to gaol for 7 days. IBRIEA(HI OF R]EGULATIONS. Theophilus Cove was proceeded against by constable Gray, on behalf of the Local Board of Health, for oponing a public building without having received per mission from the Ce...

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MOORABBIN SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY OCTOBER 31. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 5 November 1887

IMOORABBIN SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY OOTOBER 31. Present :-Crs. Bent (president) Burgess, Comport, M'Swain, Mills, lRennison, Staynor, sparks nud Ward, SMINUTES. The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed, and the secretary's outward correspondence approved of. CORRESPONDENCE. From the Port Melbourne Town Clerk' intimating that the date of the -Conference re bank overdrafts was fixed for 12th Nov. Received. From the Caulfield Shire Secretary reques" ting the council to send delegates to a con ference on the nightsoil question, on the 14th November.-tReceived, and referred to previous representatives. From the Creswick Town Clerk directing the council's attention to the matter of free railway passes to ex-members of Parliament. -Received. From I. O'Neil with reference to the change of name of road to the reserve near his property.-Left in the hands of the -engineer to enquire into. From the Shire of Oakleigh with refer .: nce to the cost of the repairs to Warragal oad.=Ro ecei;:...

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BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4. (Before Messrs. Webster and Francis, J's.P.) TWO INCORRIGIBLES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 5 November 1887

BRIG 'HTON POLIUAI COURIT. FRIDAY, NOVEMBe.I 4. (Before Messias. Wuhster and Francis,. J's.P.) TWO INCOItGtItIBLES. WV. Banks aged 11, and W. Chartnsn aged 13, were charged with stealing a violin and other articles from a dwelling h,use in Male-str.et. Sergeantt Ryan gsvebhoth lads veryblad characters, attd the mother of the former and the step father of the latter stated.' that the boys were beyond their control. Mrs Banks said her son had been. int the Industrial pchoul and bolted from the person to whom he htd been boarded out. The bench ordered Batks to be sent' to the Beftnrmatory for 5 yesrs and Char mer for 4,i the step father of the latter to :i,~-. cotitrilibto'i. :s wvek towards his esupport: :.. .INSULTING BEIIAVIOUR. A.mtnm un n ed Mitcholil, evidenily 'itr fering froin theffects ofia drinkiiig"botit . Avas .harged, witla; ins~u..ti',g.'bosvlio.uri. at · ,?!".--- the.lietrett'litel last WTd ltneesday,; -.:'': E: detiee :w:isadduced' by the atireitibg -constable to the el...

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Humor [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 5 November 1887

'4tt lltio How to Conduct a Courtship --Dn't be too sudden about it. MIany a girl has aiid"t'o "' heei hli6-nmeiant "yes " simply because her lover didn't chose the right time nrid pop the question gently.L Take a dark night for it. lHave the blinds :closed, the curtains down, and the -Iamf turned most on. Sit near enough to her sc that you can hook your little finger into hers. ;.:Wait until conversation begins to flag, and then quietly remark " Susie, I want to ask you something." She will fidget around a little, and rec ply "-Yes." -'After a pause, you can add- '' Sisie, my actions- must have shown that is, you must have seen-I mean you must be'aware that-" ' Pause here for a while, but keep your little linger firmly locked. She may c~upg and try to turn the subject off by asking how you liked the sermon, but she only does ittc encourageyoju.. I After a pause you can con tinue -~--i ] " - "-" . "I was thinking as I was coming up the street to:night,.that :hefotc I went-away I wou...

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Traveller. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 5 November 1887

Transylvania Marriage Customs - When tlie young couple go to church thlday after the ,wedding, they are met at the'church door by'a' group of mnask'ed figures 'whbo S nir round them, singing and booting, and .play-, fully endeavor to separate tlie young matron' from her husband. If they succeed in so doing,.then-he mus winwlier backlin a hand to hand fight with his adversaries, or else lie must give a piece of money as a ransom. In general it is considered a bad omen for the married life of the young couple if the wife bhe.separated from :her husband on this occasion; therefore, it is customary for the young husband to take his stand close by the church door while his wife is praying within and then be ready to catch her as soon as she stops outside. For greater precaution, the man often holds her around the waist with both bands during the dance which im mediately takes place before the church, and at which they assist merely as spectators, takilng no active part, as:it is not cons...

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Sket[?]ber. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 5 November 1887

. ilctdc . " The Important Ceramony. - After a Ipng experience (said the minister) I have de cided that on their wedding day the Adams and Eves arc?all just alike;,arid' i?e method of treatment serves for. both rich and poor. The:bride is invariably aervous when the time ?arrives for the necessary signing and formality.. : The- most phlegmatiel.woman :I have ever seen tlembles when what I call "mnaking the declaration " is' consmenced. "Now, Miss Smith," I begin, " what is your father's name I" She always says, " Mr. Smith."'? 'ine woinen out of every ten think initials unnecessary. When I ask her the mother's name she generally sheds a tear. I am at a loss to know.why. The more men. tion of a mother's name is not particularly pathetic, though perhaps it might be on the eve of marritige. I always crack a little joke when I ask the bridehor age. "Ilow oldare you, Miss Smith ? " Isay. "I know you think it very rude of me to ask, but you needn't be 'afraid of your minister, your doctor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 5 November 1887

Colleges* and. Schools. " FINIs CQoONT . OPus. BRIGHTON LADIES' COLLEGE (" Ellesmere,") ST. ANDREW ST'REET i Near the Town Hall . PRINCIPAL: MRS. J. HAINES, (Late of Clifton Hill Ladies' College), For several years teaicher under the Board of Education, Assisted by MISS A. E. COX. English Literature and iMathematics, S. GR"ENFELL, B.A., LjL.B. French and Germani? SHERR--OTTO J.MLt S Drawing and Paintm . .Pianoforte, T. J. HAMMii1iiii a ,h Q., , Miss BURKITT;,RA:.M., MRs. ORR, and Miss A. E. COX Calisthenics, MIssEs DICK and MOON. .: Resident Governess: MISS A, E. COX. . ;'I ERMS' (Payable in advance)- - Daiy 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 corn prises Reading, Writing. Ar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 5 November 1887

M?ONDAY OUTOBR 31. Present: Crs. Bent .(mayor)., Bu-row', Er, n. HtOrRto. ?nd O.'Sh... . CORRESPONDENCE. From the Canifield Shire secretary re questing the council to seud delega es to a conference re the deposit of nightsoil to be hgld'nn ,the:14th'November.-IRefetred ,to the' previously appointed delegates. From the town clerk of Melbourne, .stating that a copy of the Metropolitan Board of Works Bill had been forwarded for the perusal of councillors, who were asked to express an opinion on the same. -Received. Froni the Shire Secretary of Creswick 'forwatdine a resolution passed by the ·Creswicl Council to the effect that they -protested against the action of the members of the T eg'slative Assembly in -voting themselves, after seven years service in Parliament, free passes for life -over all the Victorian railways. Also that their parliamentary ,representatives 'be requested to move in Parliament for a return of the free passes issued during' -the passed twelve months, and to' wh...

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THE WALLED-IN ROOM. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 5 November 1887

TIE .WALLED--IK ROOJ . I opened my eyes and looked around me. A man was leaning over my bed; near the man stood a woman with a bonnet with great white wings on the sides, holding in her hand amoist compress. The room was plain and neat. with clean white walls. On a table, covered with a great napkin of yellow linen, I noted a number of strange objects-rows of little vials, and a brown" earthen jar filled with bits of ice. Through the muslin curtains, which bellied out from the window in the balmy air, I could see a patch of blue sky and the tops of green trees bending lightly in the breeze. Where was I? It seemed like a long dream that I had had; my bead .felt empty,.my._limbs ached, and I could not think. The man gently lifted my head, and gave me a few drops of some liquid, which I swallowed with avidity. "Well, Mr. Furniss," said he, "how do you feel ?" " Eb, what 1" I cried. " Where am I?" " You are in my house, my dear sir, and we shall take good; care of you. Now,'? he added, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 5 November 1887

Special Advertisements:? PAPE RHANSINGS Of Every Description from 24d per piece suitable FOR Kitchen. Bedroom, Hall, Dining or Draw ingroom. NOTHING n the town of Brighton to surpass them AT The Price they are to be obtained from lacpherson & Lawrie, PAINTERS & DECORATORS CH IU R C I- STREET MIDDLE BRIGHTON. A-W U Most SPerfect, Wall., Decoration of the. T 4Dth :: 1 . `entury.,:' ARTISTIC. SAINITARY. DURABIEt. can be decorated to imitate Metal, Wood Terra-cotta or. Majolica .. DADO ECORATIO)I from 11d to 6s. 6d. per yard. Sanitary and other washable wall papers. PAVITT'S Gold, Silver and Prismatic Bronzes. WINSOR & NEWTON'S Artists' Colors, Sable, Camel and Hog Hair Brush e Opal Glas, Plain and Ornamental Glass, Tinned Paints and Painters Materials for Sale. Macpherson & Lawrie, HOUSE DECORATORS, Undertake every Description of HOUSE PAINTING and DECORATING. All work executed in a first-class manner. The Address is CIHUR H -ST-REET, MIDDLE BRIGHTON. To...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 5 November 1887

,- -, 7- ?L'.?--.?-" ----.-- _a___- - ?r Special Advertisement. S""* :.NOISELESS sWI.HITE.. SEWING MACHINES. "THE WIHITE." "A Thing of Benaty and a Joy for Ever." .Stands acknowledged the King of . ...... all Machines. .. :' : * --. . ... :: . • , *. i JttiS the finest finished-and best made ' Machine in the World. ': SPurchasers nevr fail to recommend it to their friends. 5000 of these Machines are sold S every Year in the Colonies. We claim general symmetry in the *construction. of bur Machine, Wood Work, and Stand, whereby the same is an Ornamental Article of Fur .niture, as well as a Necessity and aLuxury of the Houshold. The Public acknowledge that the ".-WHITE" Embroiderer is the most complete attachment of its kind ever produced, And being Patentees of the same S-wo reserve its sale exclusively to the Patrons of the "WHITE." The Mechanism of this attachment * 13i '.at an operator *"nderstand ing the first principles o lureading and.Treading the Machine can pro *duce beautiful...

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The Influence of Tea, Coffee, and Cocoa on Digestion. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 5 November 1887

The I.ifluzence of Tea, Coffee, atru . Cocoa on Digestion. Dr. James W. Fraser, in a recent number ' of the Journal of A:alotoy and Physiology, has recorded the results of an interesting series of experiments on the action of our common beverages on stomachic and intestinal diges tion. The experiments have been most care fully arranged from a physical standpoint, and give us some valuable hints on the diges tion of the chief alimentary principles, but they have no bearing, it should be mentioned, on individual variations of human digestion, or on the influence of the various glands in preparing the gastric.or intestinal juices. They are, however, of much value in showing how standard preparations of the peptic and pancreatic ferments are modified in action when our ordinarydaily beverages areallowed their free action on the digestion of various articles of food. The digestive processes were - carefully investigated, and absorption was imitated by a proper dialyzing arrangement. An a...

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