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A Cream. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 September 1888

. orentni LA.pgaht,.whapt tlime dreatms wander ea, and weet, *What.imre a dream ma? linker, I lay dead, -With flae of taprreLpai abbve my head, With weight of dilf ed trose on my breast; .And they who noieeleas came to watch my rest Looked kindly dowo, and gentle sentence * said. One e?ghed, ' She was but young to go to day And one ' Ho. fiercely life with death had striven $re Go,' ete fr a her spirt, uorrowa' .riter I -A,. said ' The children grieve for her atplay;' d one, who b.nt, ' takte a ruOs away, Wlispered, 'Dear love, taoult that we bad forgiven. ' -E B., in Soribnetr'S.'

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 September 1888

Don't Throwi AWAY. on't tbrofow sway your old inuone, forks, vi bea, tea and c0(.000 srvioe., epergnre, err. b d tbem to JPhn Dailnk ad Son to be ts. plate.) .qal. to new-42 only Bou'ke street webt, Metbunne -(ADVT ) Tne Emperer of O'dlns i'a. a toy rail ay of l omn. Ibis ibre.r mnlfi losej, an'i is lain i.. tb pmlaaegroun-'aon the borders of an orni aIntel lake. HI. MtJnety Kwang Sa took bib Birst tine on it is May, accompanied by 4hg Empresm Regeon. Don't Irall. Dnn's fall to see John Danks and Son's , ,ortment of ga alere, hathe, and lavatories if you are pnrchaaing-42 only Bourko street west.-(ADTr.) fU1WRAY'S FLUID MAGO lIA" is parrttaulrly uneflea al se a pleallng sedative and aperient In all ages of Irrltaton and soldity of the stomsabh, pa. tloolarly ,aring prognancy, floblre complaint?. it t:tftlo dlsordoer, or sea etonoess It speodlly removol n?arlbwrn sold ermotatlons, or trregull digoatlol . scver aile to compose tbhe stomach in a few milntes aftar any Oxees. Al a lotioe...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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TOWN OF BRIGHTON. SUBDIVISION OF THE SOUTH WARD. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 September 1888

TOWN. OF. BRIGHTON.: SUBDIVISION. OF THE SOUTHI WARD.' A meeting of the committee re" the above,,was held on:Thursday evening .in the Council Chambers at the Town' Hall. Or. Burrows in the chair. It was resolved on. the motion of Mr.:A. G. Harston, seborded by Mr. Baker, `thatiMr. C. E. Clarke be appointed so crotaryj'-Carried. Apologies were received frobm C G.: Walstab and other? for:n;on -attendanco Cr. Howden then proposed the, ol-4 lowing motion, viz :-That 'thi line of division shall be--commencing from' a point on the beach,' across St. Kilda street, along Park street to New street,' alonig St Andrew street to Churocli at., along:Church s.reet to Deandy ,street, and along l)ondy street, t% Hanipton stireet, Mr. Cattanach seconded the ino tioi. which was carried unanimously.: Messrs, Edwin Hayball and Win. Robinson, were added to the committee' Then on the motion of Mr. Cittanaoh, seconded.by Cr. Howden, a .subroom mittee consisting of Crs. Burrows and' Howden, Messrs. M1cClin...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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THE YOUNG FOLKS. MY PLUCKY BOY TOM; OR, SEARCHING FOR CURIOSITIES IN INDIA FOR MY SHOW. CHAPTER XVIII.—A FRIGHTFUL MISHAP. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 September 1888

"W THE YO.UNG FOLKS. o1 MY PLUOKY BOY TOM; d OR, SRAROHINGJOR CURIOSITIES IN red INDIA FOR MY SHOW. It'e B BP. T. BaNwef. of OuAvrrvxa XVIII.-A ." onamrti, MIsHAP. old 'Where re you going?' asked Mr. Godkin, sleepily opening his ayes, as he beard Tom of talking to h!mselI and preparing to find out the mysterious object which had excited his ier. Iattttlon. I to . Nowbere in particular.' ad ' Well, don't stay long,' added the elder, Sin dozing off again, without any well-defined her idea of what was taking place. Tom had gone but aeshort distance, when he notiaed that he was moving along :the trail of some large animal, as was shown by the shrubbery pressed down saend the feint imprints in the dry earth. A careful examination of those crndo im 'prOsiona proved tbatthey had been made by a some animal with hoofs. ,nd 'That ehows that it is slen't a panther, or ees tiger, or leopard, or eheetah, or anything of la, the cat kind,' was the correct conclusion of ts, the young hunter, 'laut ...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A HORRIBLE SCENE AT AN EXECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 September 1888

A HORERIBLE SCENE AT. AN EXECUTION. e Aiter the execution, at Oxford, of Robert I Upton for the murder of his wife, the in I quest on the body was held before the couney coroner. The medical officer of the prison deposed that this was very different to previous executions, the head of the onlprit being nearly torn off. That was owing to the length of the drop. In his r opinion death was qito instantaneous. Ho ha?, sinco excmined the body, and seen a large wourd int ho neok. Tine skin, wind ppe, the gullet, and all the soft parts and iJes of the nook were torn through, as well as the spinal column Devered. The jury expressed a wish to .hear the cxecu ti nere explanation. Berry was then called, but • said he was not compelled to give evi enoe. TPe: coroner aaid be wee coowplled if he su:moned him. Burry replied that there vas no Act of Parliament, but if the coroner wished It he would give- evidence. The coroner said the jury wished his exclanatlon. Berty wac then sworn, and gave evid...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. Friday, August 31. Before Messrs, Sprigg and Wilson, J.P's. ABSENTING HIMSELF FROM HIRED SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 September 1888

BRIGHTON-,POLICECOUURT. Friday, August 31. Before Messrs. Sprigg and Wilson, J.P's. ABSENTINO -IIIMBELF FROM HIRED SERVICE. James'Coradavello was charged b-. Mr. Withers with absenting' himself from hired.sorvice. The complainant havinig stated his case, accused through' Mr. Smith, interpreter,. signiified his' willingness to return and resuime work. on which, after being cautioned;: the charge was withdrawn. HOTEL PROSECUTION. E.. Ford. licensee. of Greig's.Hotel, South:lBrighton, was charged by: Con-' s'table Wilson with' peirmitting the bar 'door of his licensed premises to remain open on the afterinoo of the "5thl ult. The offence was clearly proved, and defend.nt, who said he embraced the' opportunity of a quie? day to effect some .necessary-alterations, -was fined A CATTLE STEALER. James Daly alias .Thos.. Darcy was charged with stealing a cow, the pro perty of Jas. Munro, market gardcner, of East Brighton., A naumber.of.wit nesses having been examined, the .fienich considered...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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A HINDOO CRITICISM OF JOHN BULL. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 September 1888

A HINDOO ORITIOISIIM OF JOHN BULL. An: adusated Hindoo, who Is writing. a ries'of his first impressions of England in_ the "Indian Speotatoc," eulogises the .comfort of English homes, la Lmente the costliness of English Irutte, and declares that John Bull has too umauy thisgs to attend to to look after cook idg. "In fruits he exce's everybody. .In sweets he is :not inferior to the Frenchman, and always inferior to the Indianse" THE COLD SOLE.?NITY OF OUR FLIRTS. He continues --John Bull loves to be exclusive. Every man for himself tis his motto. Let me alone his ideal of society. Y'ou might travel for hours in the same com partment of a train without exchanging half a dozen words with your companions. I e?onld not be surprised if they wanted a heaven to themselves. Perhaps Swedenborg .vwas right. Even their flirts, male and females, have an air of cold solemuity about them which makes your blood arun cold in your veins. Their very amusements savour of boainess. Most af them have a c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 September 1888

--Notice to Advertisers and Correspondents.. Advertisements addressed to T. M. Donaldson intended for insertion in this Paper should reach our office not later than 5 p.m. on Fridays; and alterations and additions to SI anding Advertisements not later than noon on Thursdays to ensure attention. All orders for withdrawal -z' musb be inade in writing, as verbal notices 1 cannot be entertaineu. Correspondents - forwarding CrHUROn NOTICEs, reports of CRICKET, FOOTBALL, &c., or any other intelligence of local im portance are requested to address theni "To the Editor,'" care of T..M. Donaldson & Co.. and to-'forward the - sane as early at possible but not later than noon on Thursdays, and to vrite on one side of paper only. N E V U S. MIx, young annd old, married or single puffering. from Nervous i)lllity, Prtemature klou?y, Loss of Manhood, Vita l Power, and all discases of the Genito Urinary Organs, lma obtain, free, a valanble treatine by an eminent Surgeon, containing ...

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WIT AND HUMOUR. ONE THOUSAND POUNDS REWARD [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 September 1888

WIT AND HUMOUR. ONE TROUSAND POUNDS REWARD Will be paid to anyone wbo can prove that " Genuine Maegio Soap " injares the olothes or skin. If you want your waehing done inr 20 minutes without rubbing, see that you get thegenuine article whioh has stamped on every hbr the registered trade mark-' A heart pierced with an arrow," and is made only by heo invotors, The Victoria Soap and. OCandle Co., Geelong.

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Scraps. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 September 1888

Esrap. During June 13,6011b. of diseased meat were seized or delivered up to the Edinbulgh authorities, and of tbhis quantity 12,2711b were of beef. In a London polle courta recently a cab man obeerved that he did not consider a man drunk until he went to a pump to light his pipe. The magnificent suite of carved and gilt ivory furniture which Tippoo Sahib presented to Warren Hastings fbbohed 1,000 guineas at the Londesborougth sale. Up to the present time there is no clue to leso to the dirsovery of the thieves or thief who recently stole 920,000 from the Grown Prince of Sweden at Franzenebad. Acoording to the cdlotal figuree joet ma"e publio, the first two years of M. Naqueot'e Act shows a rise in the number of divorce cafee in France from 124 to 4,581. Cenaloulve proofs will shortly be made publio of the marvellous exploeive qualities of the smokelees gunpowder, invented by Mr. W. . Cooper, the well-known chemist. A eslee of experiments lately made by a Freroh maehioust are said t...

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'Every Cloud Has a Silver Lining.' [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 September 1888

' Every Cloud Has a Slver Lining.' When darkest clouds n.e passing o'er the sky,; And sunebine for the time is hid from eighte When decuonina.shadows silent seem to lie " Wheret overything was once serene and bribr; When o'er the flowers a dim, dark veil is cast And each aweet petal seeme eo duil no' :: eere- Fear rot, for that dark o'oud will soon have And its fair silver lining will appear, When dire miefortunue fills thine heart with grief, " And dime Lhine eyas with sorrow's many tears;. When none can give thee joy or bring relief, And words of comfort hanish not thy fears-. Fear not, for in thy pain a light will come Amidst the fearful blaokeane of ibe night... , A little while, and threatening clouds hain gone, ,... The silver lin;ng reappears in'sight. When p,-n and anguith prose upon thy brows" And fill with untold woe thy achblng heart; . When 'iid tby sorrows, it would deem that thuen Alone could f:el the agony and smart, A gentle deed, a loving epoken word, Will brigh?te?...

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 September 1888

AGRICULTURAL NOTES. The weather oontinues monotonouely dry in all paris of the colony' excepting Gippeland, where 'a very wet and cold winter has been experienced. On the northern plains, com plaints regarding the dry weather have now become general, and the outlook for the wheat growers is becoming serious. The con tinuuone heavy frosts have had a very telling effeot on the young crops, and on all sides vegetation seems to have suffered very much. Grass is becoming soarse, and stook owners, naless rain comes very coon, will have to considerably reduce the number of stock on their holdings. Last Week showers . of rain fell` in .the coast districts of New South Wales, but in the interior everything is languishing for the want of moisture, and the settlers are pro claiming the present as the driest winter known. In asme parts of the soutb.weat ecinb is being out for the sheep. In soma of oho pastoral diatrio?s dry grass is mere than plentiful, but there is little nutrition in it, and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 September 1888

. , :I.''! Sphecial Avertiseninets : ;; PALLOT:AND WOQDMASON, : 10 'Chapel Street, 10 S'PRAHRAN, : ::.TWO DOORS .NORTH OF COFFEE TAYVER ; " : -TJIE--. CHEAPEST FURNITURE WAREHOUSE S South.Yarra, Prahran, Windsor and St. Kilda. How to Furnish a 3-roomed Cottage for R£18 13s., for net cash: IDiling-rooil Pallinsses ... :... .. ... £0 11 0 Colonial Sofa, with Squab and Full-sized Flock Mattrass ... .0 18 6 .Bolsters . ... ... £ 7 Flock Bolster : ... ': . .. O .. 0 Cedar Chiffonierq enfe, Polished 1 ( 0- Fwo Flock Pillows ..; .. ;; 0-4 0 Six Cane Chairs ... ... 1 . 0 Wash Stand, with Towcllail .... 0 96 rIoundlTable ... ... .. O 12 6 Dressing Table 1 ... 0 ... ; . 8 0 Table Coc ... ... ... Fullsize ToiletSt S 't . . 0 10 6, SFender and Irons ... ... . 12 6 On Cane Chair 0. .4 Matting to cover.room .... ... 0',10 6 Toilet'·lass .. . '? . . O' 0 Hearthn ... . O 6 6 Cornice Pole and Brackets ... 0 11 .16 ; itchen - O Slip Mat... : . . .. - Table , ... ... 0 12 0 .'. Bedrhooml Meal'sie" .. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 September 1888

Colleges and Schools. S"FINIS CORONAT 0P-U": BRIGHTON ,L.ADIES. COLLEGE (" Ellesimere,") ST. ANDREW' STREET,.; Near the Town Hall PRINCIPAL: MRS:. J. HAINES, (Late of Clifton Hill Ladies' College), For several years :teacher under the Board of Education, z A ."``issistcdl by : MISS A. E: COX. English Literature and Mathematics, S. GRENFELL, B.A.,.L.L.B. French and'Germa, HERRkOTTO ,MULLER. Drawing and Painting, -J . -F. JONES, -EsQ. Fr n -n Pianoforte, l. J HA1MMOND, EsQ.," M' is BURKITT, R.A.M., MRS. ORR, and r;- ,Miss A. E. COX Calisthenics, MISSES DICK and MOON... Resident 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 ..-Residenit Pupils (over 12 years): English (as below), also Languages, Music, and Painting Fifteen.Guineas per Term ':ENGLISH .ini its various branches ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 September 1888

PEPTONIC TABLETS (Pepsin, Panoreain, Lime Lacto*Phosphate, equal parts) This Is a combination of the various diges tive ferments, in conjunction with t . esr quisite tdoio and alterative-Lacto-Phosphate of Lime. Supplied in bottles of 24 and 100. TABLOIDS of CO aXPRESSED SODA MINT (Or Neutralisiog Tabloids). Soda Bicarb. 4gr. Ammon. Carb. . sr. 01. Menth. Pip. .. -6h gtt Colic, atculence in children, " heartburn," "wattr brabb." " stomach cramp," sick head ache, erustations and dyrpepsia due so sour a omnoh and biliousness are a treated witlh alkalies. The " British Medical Journal" says of the Soda-mins Tabloide: -- " They are very. prsmpt and active. They present a popular and ffltoacious combination In-an agreeable form." Does-One or two tabloide as required, to be swallowed with a little water. COMPRESSED BIUARBONATE OF PO 'ASEi TABLOIDS. Five grains eaon. One tabloid may be taken before meal' to promote the flow of gastrio j tice. Taken after tsnals B:oarbonate of ..P.,aseh cor...

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WHY HE DID NOT GO TO THE HOSPITAL. HE COULD LEAP THROUGH THE AIR. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 September 1888

WVHYI HE IDD' NOT' :;OrTO THE HOSPITAL. HE COULDI LEAP TUROUCIH TIlE AIR. Mx? object in writlng is two fold :: to. xpress my gratitude for a great benlit, and to tell a short'story ' which 'cannot faill'to6 ii;tere , the feelings of niany' cjthlers., -It is alla'bout .myself, butI.t have reinlr'kcil that when a man tells the honest truth about himself lie is all the more' likely to be -of" use to his feilw creatres. I'To begli[ then, o ny i must know. I had long been more or,'less subject to attacks of bronchitis, ,a complaint that you are aware, is very common ind' trouble some in Great Britain in. certainsleasons :of the year. Some mo:i ths ago .I had a very severe turn of it,.i orse; I:think, than I vepr had before.' .It,was probably brought on by my eatching-cold;-as-we-are, all-apt-to' do wheiiiweoleasteIe4cect it. Weeks padlied b y, and timy trouble proved to be very obstiate. It would not yield to'medicine, and as I also be?i'?to liave violent~':raling ai?? in my limbs and ba...

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BRIGHTON LIBRARY DEBATING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 September 1888

BRIGHTON LIBRARY DEBATING CLUB. On Tuesday evening last the usual ,fortnightly meeting of the above club was held at the Free Library. There was a good attendance.. C.: Listoer E.3q., 'the president, occupied the chair. As-'previously arranged, the debtite for the evening was. upon. the. question "Is the separation 'of the Australian colonies from the 'mother country inevitable ?" Mr J. G. Sprigg, L.L.R. opened the discussion by denying. that such separation is inevitable. = He supported his view in an eloquent and argumentative speech, which was most interesting and "pleasing. 1More over, his delivery was very good. The following is an epitome of his . re marks :- ...; ... -'. We have been told over and, over agaij thati Histoy repy ts itrepat fid consequently, what took place in Ameriica imust sooner or ilatoier take place here."'!- Though the former part of this statement is true the latter is incorrect. ' 'From 'the sae ''sequence of events, undoubtedly you get the same results....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 September 1888

Drapers and Grocers. L.ADIES, the 8ew Goods arei:jus'. opened:: for the comiug Seasion. Try and make it convenient to come?and see them. I shall be glad to send',you samples. The value this season beats all in the past .; Dress Tweeds, Chedks and Plain Dress an immense variety. Calicoes, Sheetings, Cambrica, White eebee. Embroidery, all widths. A fine Stock' of Everything to choose 'rom at Payne's` 149, Bourke street East. 149 Special Advertisements. : T. ; O:G 0OKE, X General .House Painter,' Good Workmanshp and Best .Materials Guaranteed.,-? . High' Steet, Arnadale. Estimates Given. H. MONTGOIMERY, CARPENTER & ..CABINETMAKER, 4GA Chapel Street, PR bA'H R A N. Esttrates given. Furniture Repaired and Repolished. SAll Orders promptly attended to... lMusic Warehouse : . . FEISS BROS., MANUFACTURERS OF Orchestrions, Pianos, Harmoniums, Organs, 128D CHAPEL STREET WINDSOR. Musical Boxes, Violins, Fancy Figures, Concertinas, Accordions, &c. Re paired at Moderate Charges. P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 September 1888

AN DiRD UTUAL IIUILDING , SOCIETY. - Shares, £25, Entrance fece, Is. per share subscription, 2s. 6d.'montlily per. share, President-James Smith, Esq. Vic.-president-Edwin Exon, Esq. . Trasurer-Angell Ellis, Esq.. Co?mnittee--Thomas Stead, Esq.; J, G rcig, q ,.A. W. HaTririsn, Esq., J,P: ; A Iarard, Esq. ; D. Sangster, Esq. ;T. Smith. Esb.: T. WV. Swiudley, Esq. : J. Zeyenboon, Esq,. J.P. ; M. L.- Stodart, Solicitor-Montague Coher, Esq. (Messrs Pavey, Wilson and Cohen), ( Table B,} -Showing the paymeitts per clcn' ` der month (principal and intcrcst.), for a loan of £100. . d.'of I Monthly I Total Am- I Interest for the years I Repayments I oust rapoid I whole term Two .. £51100 £108120 £8.110 Four.. 2 A 810 117 .40 17 101 SiLx 11j, , 150 1260 000 '.:Eiklit . " 8 1 I 130 00 1 -''l 00 Ten -. 1 4.4 116 00 , 1 00 Twelve 1 1 8 I' 116 00 | 00 00 Under the above table the Society is prepared to lend three-fourths of the value of approved securities, and in special cases a larger. proportio...

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BLACK BLOOD: A PECULIAR CASE. CHAPTER VII. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 September 1888

$LAOK _1LOO: . A PIOULI&AR 6A8. By GEORHB1 1. .N Lg FmNNi. Anther of ' bhe Meeter a tre asmmeates, . The lts .a at Wanite,-' te. BOOK I.-1~.; ORAmHR VIM. Convinced that the err mast came from an open, part of the wladitk pat, where it urced close by hoe edg it the erse, on the park side, Anthrny went ?rally aend silently on till, just as he eachet ethe openoin, a spot where some of the ground had bss cleared of timber a couple of years baf-er, he stopped short to gae herr~-eitrlcen at the isene mberorehim. He was in shadow, haut the gray dawn showed the tragedy that had taken place quite recently, and to Authony @Ope's eyes all seemed. in the misty ha?t-ight, n.eal and dreamlike, more a vibin of the ptillow than a acene in real life. For the moan that had fallen upon hisear was being nttesed, evideetly nowanclously, by a thick eet, smootht-4eed youth of nine teen or twenty, as he bent dorw and was apparently buoy over a pretrata figure lying -no the moesy earth. For a few mi...

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