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THE LEADER. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, SEPT. 8, 1888. STRAY CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 8 September 1888

THE LEADER. JUSTICE TO ALL. SA.TUtRDAY, SEPP. 8, 1888. STRAY CATTLE. NoTWITIISTANDINGo the"contradictioii given l~the Mhlvorifs ihre iuxiiiator, as tif thie truthlitilness of our reliarls anent tble 'gtcat' dis atisfaction that exists ali'ong their Iesidents as to the .wy.: in';!lhich :ftiay'hcattlh are. ;dealt with,..thero,?, still that. feeling p,reval ent to a very large eqtext. A "lance .ab a report of a case heat'd at theChel tenham police court as reported by us else?lihere 0liow"i thaiitl-onijispector has been carrying out.his duties in a very peculihar manner, The mniodus oper andi of this vigilant officer appe:ris to have beeixphat cattle were run, in by hilum, duly adivoertised, somnetiunes oron cously desribed, axd wlhilst tho u ij fice iheld'a c:inversation wtittheldshiiro socretary ini hais .rooi, 'the farce of callin-- out the order. was gone thiough by himn in most oases? ris Ihe aStited in open council, in the presence obf 'a .withness. :But to resume oiiu re marks '...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 8 September 1888

CNOMING EVENTS CAST THEIR SHA J DOWS BEFORE THEM. The Spring of 1888 will, it is contem plated; be an era never to be forgotten. Syndicates and speculators are eagerly se curing blocks of land in every available suburb for sub-division, but only a few really eligible sites are to be obtained. The appetite for securing allotments in good lo calities, either for speculation or family investments, is rapidly increasing. Money judiciously invested in land is like the wool on the sheep's back, crowing in value while you are sleeping. EXCURSION LAND SALES. In Spring will rank among the Saturday's recreations, whereby business can be com blned with pleasure, hence the necessity for those on the alert for good sub-division al properties, or those who have estates to dispose of, to embrace this golden oppor tunity, and leave their instructions with the manager of the PROPERTY EXCHANGE, QUEEN:ST. S. GREIG and MUliRAY LIMITED. List of Valuable PROPERTIES For SALE: Armadale-Houses and Villas, 6...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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THE LIFE OF MR. FORSTER. No. 3. (THE TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 8 September 1888

lg' THE LBE OF -MR. FORBTiR. oar If mahe a ZSrns.) rer It was no aeorec among Mr. Fordter's to friends at the time of the ucesoos of his as party in 1880 that his desire was to become ;ar Seoretary for the Colonies. But this was Ito not to bo, The oondition of Ireland was no 'go serious that Fa man of his aolibre was iix required for the Chief Ssorotaryahip, and he wo acceptod that post, as Mr. Roid puts it, eea " in the spirit of the soldier who is sent to he the front by his chief." We know that bis in. mind had been mnoh occupied with Ireland ho from the time of the famine, and that, next a to the abolition of slavery and the passing or of an Education Act, no canse was so dear or to his heart as the settlement of teo Irish a question. Nor will any part of his biography he be studied with so much interest as the a ohapters in whioh Mr. Beid tells the story ow of his careor from May, 1880, to May, 1882 Of course, in its main ounlmes the story is ry perfeatly well known to every on...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 8 September 1888

a O b ak c T U p The s01U2 E0Xr?RERINAVOrR hL&NUFAOTUSING COMPANY LittrAr. egtsbored Urder " ne COonmpaile Statat 1881 The Regliteros Oflae ill be at Melbourna. CAPITAL, 63 000, o OtaRsoUARElts of Is. BAdH. $32.09 Shares, fully pad. up, are retained by the pesMnt propietor.-, o putt payment for tho Antlers Pa!ent end Ooodwill of tho Australastan e'nl.la Includfog Tasannole, Now Zoaland, and S3S. Share we offered to the publio upon the tol. S owing tases and ondltlouts vtia:-ble d per shbra on opplloatleo, 2.+ 6a per shre on allot meat ; e 6d per share In three mootto. and 2 Ocd per sharen rsx oath?t Itom dato of allotmet. fbe whole am·ouot subscrbced by the plblla (les 45W00 to be paid to the proprietor, ean 80s for brAkesare, p elleiary and law genteeeI will be rla Led to the cret of the nomplny. TsIls au, 610,000. will be amp;e to mansouactre the epeelfie end work the paterse troeugheos the sole of the AasTalelaa r o(onl(e, TZyloludrai Tosn, New *Ztsltaud ld Fij Iobleud. P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 8 September 1888

C Colleges and Schools. "FINIS CoRoNAT OPUS. BRIGHTON LADI-ES' COLLEGE " (",Elle smere,"), : ST. ANDREW,. STREET, . Near,the Town 'iial PRINoiPAI : :IVRS.i J. HAINES,: (Late of Clifton 'Hill Ladies' College), For several years' teacher finder the Board of Edit'htioi , Assisted by- ' . MHSS°AA- E: `:.COX - , English Literature and Mathematics, , S. GRENFELL, B.A.; L.:L.B. French and (crman;, HERR "O TO MULLER. Drawing and'Paintihg, .. 3,..F.: JONES, Esq.- - Pianoforte, T1%J.7 AMMOND EsQ.,. ` A . Mfss BURKIT-T, R:A.MI., Mns. ORR, and MissA. E. COX MissES D1CKI and MOON. Resident Governess: .: : MISS A. E. COX. TERMS (Payable in advance)- Day Pupils i 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 Pninting Twelve Guineas per Term .-.---Resident.-Pnpils (over 12 years): English (as below), also Languages,. Music, and Painting ... Fifteen Guineas per Term r ENGLISH:in-its variou...

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A CIRCUS GROOMS FORTUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 15 September 1888

A CIRCUS GROOM S FORTUNE. When Sanger's ciroue arrived at Kendal the other morning, a letter was awaiting one of the labourers, acting in the capacity of a groom, to the effect that there had been beqoeathed to him by a deceao'd relative a fortune amounting to £40,000. 'Tho young man could not at first realise the truth of the plea.ing announcement, an the money was iroma ourco he had little expected, but it proved to be correct. It appoeire that the fIrtunate groom belongse to a gooal family and received a superior education. Lilke many ,titer younu men fond of hor.ne, thefeoina. t one of a circuelife attracted him, and he has been in the eorvice of Mr G. Sanger for some time.

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SPRING CLEANING, IN TWO CHAPTERS, Chapter I. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 15 September 1888

SPRING CLEANING, IN Two CHAPr?EIM, Chapter I, As a preparation for spring oleaning, the iweep should be engaged to attend so all tha ohlmnnys. LT'o order of eleanirg vrterl,.. but it is generally,' conceded that on the wholetje besat w-y. la to begin, at the very top `oh bo houses lhat I0, with' thd atrlo,' Sand 'o gralually down to the ellarse. Whiaowa~ilng and colour-washing, which pe Is only putting colouring matter lnto ordi re, nary whito sc.a, are very eseqntial.prtr* of 'li house clhating. Town'servents will rarely as, unde·ike Insa ' themselves, bnutt.i. ihe hbe country women will frequently'do this very ea, roceseary/work. In olranieg 'h room Ib. cd first question will. bewhether the. celling he requires wt'iening or not, If it doees i Cal should be washed, and it:e whitening put on ro afresh when the ceiling is dry.. Ceilings ls, meost only be whitened with; simple 'whien on log and a litt'e powder bluefrom-the blue ed b:g to prevent its turning yellow.'. Whi'd le waeh for...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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THE LADIES' COLUMN SPRING FASHIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 15 September 1888

TH' -LADIES' COLUMN. 8S1?RING uIA53NEIT [By "VOvA"] .In this g-ialweather cu our leadIng ahopi" rodiipl.; ".g all their prettlesot rpehg ware. ' and the wi cows are gay with tovuly artl 'fial flowers, dainty light-coloured gowns, sand eaqdbito ribbons and Isoes. The ailkse -f the season are broiades, m?i tros, and shos silks, the last named 'beling perhaps the moat popular of the three, The broo.ter, whlich show. floral' elfi a on stripes, like thoee worn in the Louis XV. and Louis XVf. periods, atro the most iashionablo. 1 was shown a very handsome silken gown, Intended Sfor a matron, in which silver-groy faille " was artwiticallr ombined wi:h white "Trooade, embroldered with ;nver-grey lowera ;, the pesticont front snd watertall be. k were of brcsale, the bodice panels and ihlp-draperies of faille, the bronade.vest was bordered with gold and steetl bed-trinmtr. g, -the seme triaming appearing on the oollar, :-?offs, and the faibe perpo:dioular that hung -at one aide of the peitloo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 15 September 1888

MVRBAT'? FLUID MAGONBIA 1s pacrtlclarlI b sAncal as a pleaalg sedative and sperlet in al maH of Irritation and aoldity of the stomaoh, pa ticulaly during pregnanoy, febrile ocmplania, It. nftle disorders, or gea slokness It speedily remove Staicebure sold ernctations, or rregular dlgostio. . eever falls to oompose the stomach in a felw mnucae a Iter any eues.. As a lotion for the mouth I iaweeten the bnath. and thle Magestia dcea the Steh ferom arter. MURRAY'S FLUID MAGNbIQ II lasghot Invrulably sucooed In renmoving ,he spasms badaobses, and gastrit ooughs to w ab dellorae semes an subject from soldity of the stomacb "U1ION.-eaPla observe the Ignatre of b. vetene us every holtJ l ull I7 £11 oh.mlatst The Power of eto Heart. The heart's tower probably,exceeds that of the intellect. It hea little to do with logic, and ees with.opbhttry ; but it forms heroes, and is t;besmainspring of all truly glorioue deeds. IL rtuv not assaert itself very con. spiCuously itl Legislative Aesemblies; ...

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A DUEL WITH RHINOCEROS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 15 September 1888

*. A-bUEL WITH A RHtLNOCEROB. of BE RIDNI tHACOARn. go (FReaM .MAI A'S RrVENGO.) re. An we.wero short of meat I determined to l, kill a huffalo. of -which themr were plenty L. about, before looking for trace.of, elepbants. w' Not more than half a rmile frorm camp we ng came ncro'A a trail like a cart road, evidently ro* made by a graos' h'rd of buffalo which had "' pansed.up at dawn from their.feeding ground Sin the marhiee .to Ppeod the day in the coo , Hir of the uplands. This trail I followed wI, boldly ; for *oh wind na there was blow «r. straight down the mountain-ilde, that in froIr h- thwairectinn ilt wOacn toe buffalo had gone, rt to me. About a mile further on the forest h hbegan to get dernt, and the nature of the a trail showed me that I must be cltos to my ir. aene. Another two hbnidred yards and tbr lip bush was so thick that, had it not'been for no the trail, we.iontd scaroely have got throtiu'h n it. As it was, Gbho, who carriea my eight sea bore rifle (for I had the ...

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The Inventor. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 15 September 1888

The. Inventor. . Theinvention of any machiah that makes; ofir hard.lives easier is agreat boon, and the same may be said. of the improvement of any article'of daily sce, such as soap, which enables the disagreeable washing day to become easy and pleasant.. This is done by Ozone Laundry Soap. Large bars now sold by every grocer, price Is. Sole maker John Sutherland. Melbourne, Woman's Wisdom. " She insists that it is more importance that her family shall be kept in full health, than that she should have all the fashionable dresses and styles of the times. She there fore sees to it that each member of her family is supplied with enough ,of. Dr. Soule's American Hop Bitters. at the first appearance of any symptoms of ill-health, to prevent a fit of sickness with its attend ant expense, care and anxiety. All women should exercise their wisdam, in this way." "New Haven Palladine."

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A FAMOUS PIG. HOW HIS TRESPASSING CAUSED THE WAR OF 1812. (ST. NICHOLAS FOR JULY.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 15 September 1888

A FAMOUS PIG 1OW. ~IS 'TRESPASSING CAUSED TRHE WAR OF 1812. (ST. NIOHOLAS. FOR JULY.) It all bappened'in thi wise : Two citizens of Providence, R I., fell into a most un seemly disoueelon on account of the lawless treepassinge of a,pig owned by one of them. The aggrieved party possessed a very fine garden, in which it was his onetcm to spend his bours of let are, weeding, grafting, and transplanting the flowers and vegetables in which he delighted. But often, as he entered his garoen in the evening. his eart would be saluted with a grunt and a rustle, and the fat form of his neighbour's pig mightb le seen making a hasty flight from aha garden in which it had been plaoidly rooting all day. In nigh dudgeon the gardener sought his neighbonr and complained of she pig's fre quent visits, dcrlaring that a little time .pert in rrpairing the pig.sty would reetrain the animal's rovion propnaitlfes. "But to this the owner of the, pig reepondedthat It his De!ghbour:wnuld kee?p hi riokety fence...

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A FAMILY OF CENTENARIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 15 September 1888

A FA.MILY·OF CENTENARIANS. " A wonderful family; the late membere of which would seem to have disoovered -the elixli vi'?o," says the Paris correspondent of the Landou ' Dally Telegraph," "hat jost been brought to the notice of the publlo by a statistioiau wro makes contenarians and lon.evity his special branch of sooldl sol nce. It appears that the seat of this rtmatkab'e famnly was at Tarbos, in the De partment of thb? Hautes.Pyrenoee, where its last survivor, Joseph Ritas, has departed this life at the comfortable age of 118 years. Ritas was born in Spain on the 21st August, 1770 His fathtr lived to the age ,if 111 %oars, and his brother died a fewt dys ago at the age of one hundred and fourteen. The mother and paternal unole of. Ritas were equa ly long lived, having far ontettpped the allotted epin of ordinary mortals. Ne?iher his wife, however, nor any of his children survive him. He didnot marry, in fact, until he attained the age of fifty years."

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BRIGHTON TOWN COUNCIL. Monday, September 10. Present: Crs. Bent (Mayor), Burrows, Francis, Hamilton, Howden and Huntly. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 15 September 1888

BRIGHTON TOWN COUNCIL. Monday, September 10. Present: Crs. Bent (Mayor), Burrows, Francis,' Hamiltoii, Howdon and Huntly. CORRESPONDENCE. From T. Gaunt, stating that he was progressing with the works in connec tion with the,new clock, but.he would like for some of the representatives of the council to examine the tubes now in position at the Exhibition building. He would be pleased to be present and show them the tubes when most convenient.-Ors. Burrows and Howden were appointed to arrange with ir. Gaunt for an inspection:of the tubes. From the Rev. J. Rickard, as, cor responident of the Brighton Board' of Advice, asking for the use of one of the"small rooms in which to hold their meeting'fi.ee of charge. Cr.,.Burrows said they had been holdinig their lieetings at thed Free Library latoeli and as the geiitleieni composing :tIe 'Board gave their -'sor .vices for the benefit of the community he moved that the request be complied with. Carriod. From Messrs. Boxshall and Leon ard asking...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 15 September 1888

Drapers and Grocers. X x LADIES, the. New Goods are -ust opened for the coaiing : Season. Try and make it convenient to coiue and see them. I shall be glad to seild you samples. The value thiu season beats all in the past. Dreas Tweeds, Checks and Plain Dress an immense variety. Calicoes, Sheetings, Cambrics, White Robes. Embroidery, all widths. A fine Stock of Everything, to choose from at Payne's 149, Bourke street East. 1491 Special Advertisements. T. COOKE, General House- Painter, .Decorator,-&c.,, . 'Good Workmanship and Best Materials " G unranteed.-. High Street, Armadale. Estimates Given. H. MONTGOME.EY, CARPENTER & CABINETMAKER, 46A Chapel Street, P R A H R A N. Estimates given. Furniture Repaired and Repolished. All Orders promptly attended to. Music Warehouse. FEISS BROS., MANUFACTURERS OF Orchestrions, Pianos, iHarmoniums, Organs, 128D CHAPEL STREET WINDSOR. Musical Boxes, Violins, Fancy Figures. Concertinas, Accordions, &c. Re paired at Moderate ...

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TOWN OF BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 15 September 1888

TOWN OF BRIgHTON. Brighton," is a fasliiona'jle' manine suburban, town and.-watering place on the~tebAsti'de of Pordi?Plillip Bay, and about 8' miles :fro'i ;Melbourne City. Market gardening and fishliig are the principal industiies 'of the district, the former on account of the largo numberzof syndicates being forimed for the purchase of the laud and" ithe ?lt ting of it up into'biilding allotments is becoming rather limited in its opera tions. There is a coast line of about 4 miles, extending from the boundary of St. Kilda, north to Picnic Poii,t and Gipsy Village south. The town of Brighton is situated on gently uidiliai ting land gradually rising toward the east, or rather from the shore inland. The high ground which is not as yet occupied is, covered, with heath and ferns, and the first settlers saw a belt of ti-tree scrub along the:beach with wattles, eucalyptus, and fine red gum trees behind the scrub. There are com modious baths for both ladies and gentlemen, opposite 'thp r...

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THE LEADER. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, SEPT. 15, 1888. OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 15 September 1888

THE LEADER. S JTICE TO AL. SA.TURDAY, SEPr. 15, 1888 . i OURSELVES. WIrT this issue we present our read-, era and subscribers with a neat and ' clearly defined- photographed view ~if Sthe Brighton Town Hall. This has beei' photographed' and prepared' f6r" printing by our special artist, and will go a long way to convince our patrons that we are in a position to produce excellently got upi photos of their business..establishmenta, which can be used for 'rinting off haindbills, paisters, billheads, memos, &e.,.o, foradding to, the display of' their' advertisements'. They can be produced by us milder this method at a 'considerably less'cost than by the process.: of having :w6od blocks cut, and we can assure our patrons'that they will 'girv a'maxiudm' amount of satisfaction at only a mini mum cost.'VWe take this opportunity of thanking our numerous and increasing advertising patrons .for: their .cordial and liberal support. A glance at our columnsrwill show, that advertisers are...

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Notice to Advertisers and Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 15 September 1888

Notice to Advertisers .and! ---- -. Correspondents. . Advertisements addressed to T. Ml. Donaldson intended for insertion in this Paper should reach our office not later than 5 p.m. on Fridays; and alterations and additions to Standing Advertisements not later than noon on Thursdays to ensure attention. All orders for withdrawal must be made in writing, as verbal notices oanndt be entertanueu. ' ,' Co'respoandents forwarding - CuBOiat 'ROTICEs, reports of GRICKET," FOOTBALLu &c., or any other intelligence of local im portance are requested to address them "To.the Editor," care of T.?M. Donaldson & Co.. and to forward the same as early as possible but nSt' later than noon on Thursdays, and to write on one side of paper only.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 15 September 1888

Dress and Fashion. Weare making a grand millinery display this week all the newest novelties in Frendh Millinery. 'Come and-seeddunr Mill inery show. W. J. J. VANCEandCo. Caih' l)rapcrs, JBay street, Brighton. 8. M.0 poFrom.thno: pb,;,~,bsz, Thc'rees perhaps no tonic offered to the people that possesses as much real intrinsic value as Dr. Soule's American Hlop Bitters. Just at this season of the year, when the stomach needs an appetiser, or the blood needs purifying. the cheapest and best re medy is Dr. Soule's American Hop Bitters. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure; don't wait until you are ptostrated by a disease that may take months for you to recover in, " Boston Globe." YANDELL'B DIARRI(UIA MIXTURE the iuu.?f-lleaclesoug.prepamntion ifor tbhUs?.om plaipt quiaklyy ~ellevesa adsid;restordi they sybtoe to its'natural on dltlinn -Adv:), ? J. G. YANDELL Consulting Herbalist 82 Ohapel street Prabran. Consultation Free -(Advt.) I5ý/tDLt' axTn IonTof iAIýINE M39lzor1 e?ii...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 15 September 1888

`... LOCAL~ITEMS.: ...... On Thursday morning the Hon. Tbos: Ilent,;,Esq.; :?1; LA. i introduced' a deputation frw,i the Brighton Coun cil with arequest that additional trains shoulld h ?iit oii thel Brighton 'line between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. As the present service was quite' inadequate for the reu(lirements ¶of the- district: The Commissioners pointed out that there were already 42 trains one way iid~d44,naiotbher on the. Brighton line, but they recognised that, since this had been done, the traffic had considerably 'increased.' They wonld then endeavour, when re-arranging their'. summer time-table, to 'provide a few additional trains as requested. The deputation thetn asked ;that more permanent station accommodation should be given at the Brighson Beach station. The Commissioners stated that tbisa matter;i was. alrerdy.: under theircU conAideration. '-and had 'been provided for on the estimates. The question of thio'"erection o`f overhead bridges at North and Middle Brighton statio...

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