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In My Dreams. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 15 September 1888

In My Lreama.s In my dreams I see thee ever Swee, 'lis only in wy dreamse In my dreams thy love-lit glances Seem toshine with starry gleame. In my dreams I hear thee wbisper Words that madly thrill and burn; In my dreamsr our arms in longing Fondly to each other turn. Iz my dreams your hand, caressing, Gently round my waist is pree ; In my dreame my yielding bosom, Sweet, reposes on your breast. In my dreams my form is thrilling With a wild and nameless bliss; In my dreanms our lips are meeting In a lover's sweet fist kiss I . --H.Q.

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 15 September 1888

The Italian Government has deoalded to consltuct 1,870 miloe of railway in southern distrioet whero railroads do not now exist. The weavers-about 1,000-who are on strike at Brunn, claim a minimum week y waae of eight florins, and demand the aboli" lion of night labour.

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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WHAT ROYAL VISITS COST. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 15 September 1888

HIIAT ROYAL VISITB OOST. The Czar was probably gladthat he waseon obliged to receive Emperor William at bie country Beat, where special preparations would bave beau necessary for his reception, as thlO expenees of e?Lch visite are prodraious. Is coat the Emveror of Austria L120,O00 to entarrtinthe Czar for three days at Kremeier in 1885. and the bille for pnttinRgArabbiabop Olma?e's prlaoe into repair,,and for.deaoroting and firnishing it for the ojoasion, amounted to nearly L40,000.

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BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. Friday, September 14. Before Messrs. Alley, P.M., and Wilson, Wilmot, and Sprigg, J.P's. DISPUTED DEBT CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 15 September 1888

BRIGHTON POLICE COURT   Friday, September 14. Before;Messrs. Alley, P.MI., and Wilson, Wilmiot, and Spiigg, J.P's. DISPUTED DEBT CASE. Clias"Wild v AJ. JSmith, a claim for' £38 19s. for carting bricks and, sand. After a lengthy hearing the bench made out an order for the amount with £5 ':s'costs. ' ' MISCELLANEOUS OFFENCES.   Catherine Wilson for creating a dis- turbance was cautioned and discharged. Jas Bird for insulting behaviour in a public place was fined £2. J. Ridley, for driving without any light was     fined 5s with 2s. 5d. costs. Messrs. McLaughlin, Wilkins, and McBryde were fined in sums ranging from 2s. 6d. to 10s. with 2s. costs. W. Watmough   , on a charge of theft was cautioned and discharged.   QUARRELSOMIE NEIGIIiORS. Jas. C. Seyors :v. C.,. J.;, and:.A., Canimbell for rescuing cattle. W. Adams v. same for assualt... The Bench agreed to hear all cases togetlier. The dispute arose aboit'th...

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

faliomo". Sir and Jofferlo,. 1Cnpinn, airil throhIUj,,g mnohinm e. Sole agente, Jobn DAnlcs anid Soo. 42(only) Bourko street west, Mlb~jurro.-(AnyT) Galttittng and Bath . Shipments continonsly coming to bhand, all the latest design. Call and inspect before buying elsewhere. First-class goods only kept on hand rp lowest market value. (ADVT.) ,. The Maoriea of New Zealand have, or had, BaseoiaL devil named Tongs, whose malign influence was hold reepanaible for any head. ache that might occur. FARMS. ESTATES, :nd HOUSE) of all dsert W. R. LOOKER and SONSB 81 COLLINS STREET EAST, MELBOU5NI (Next Viotoria Coffee Palace), With Branch Office at Osaklegh. Glppeland Farms from 25 nores to 640 acres, various prices, from 82 per acre Borwick and Bcaconfeld Farmo, 20, i5, 70, and 900 acres Dandenong Farms, 8, 40, 70. 650, and t,000 as Fern Tree Gully Fenme. 00 to 800 acres Croydon and Lllydalo. various cheap blooks Muiorase and Snrluvale, choice farms, 90 to aorme ; also grand bultding sites We...

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WIT AND HUMOUR. HER HEART WAS PIERCED WITH AN ARROW [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 15 September 1888

,th WIT AL:AN.L tJi Lt. UR,, 'ith - rot, HER HEiRT.WAS PIERCED WITH AN .m ARROW us Pecans she gob a bar of imitation Magic fry Soap instead of.the.genuint-, and' her 'clothes act were spoiled. . The real Simon Pare has that, I '1 ame pierced bMart stamped on it, and.is made of only'by The Victoria Soap .and Cadle Co., SGellong. . A StAN recently advertised in a Chicago opaer ltr * an unmitigated liar. at A Lra of plays which people in mourning may properly attend in published in Paris,. Sd A W~STERN judge hat decided that, people ad may fry onions, even if it is disagreeable to Ith the neithbourl, he- the lbrreet Cr.-Old' Goent-" Confound ith it. sir, that's my corn you stepped on.' Young id Roub--" Coaree it is, old ohappiae You e wouldo t be kickin so it it was anybody ' Coos (jnust leaving)-" I should like' tosask you for a written onaracter. " Why, what ' am I to write, you' idle, good-for-nothing e crseo e ? You surely don't expect me to soy tat you pave satiafaction ?" Cook--"...

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MR. AND MRS. BOWSER. (DETROIT FREE PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 15 September 1888

is MR. AND MRS. BOWSED. By Mbf Bowsas. (DrTBoIT FE yBPRESS.) It may suiprise the reader to learn that our family has been off on ite vacation, and re t turned to settle down for the remainder of I the season. We had auch bad lock going .1 away lint summer that I had no idea of being o able to move Mr Bowser a rod this your. Not the slightest reference had been' made to the snlj3aes when he came home a few days ago witr a look of importance on nie face. "After taking two or three turns acrona the sitting ro,.m with his hands crossed under his.coat tails he said : SMrs Boweer, your unwarranted condluct last year despoiled me ul the rest and rores. tfnn I so sadly needed. 'I deny it I You got me out to a mudhole in toe country, and then did all the jawling and kicking yourself. ' Mrs Bowser, when I say that your unwar rented and reprehensible conduct uttesrly --' ' Was I to blame that a bog got under our bedtrom floor at the hotel I SMes Bowser, do lnot interrupt me I I say your conduc...

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

Auctioneers and Estate Agents. Branch Office HORNE STREET, ELSTERNWICK. Auction Sales Conducted in' Town or " Country.. ' t l r .!.RENTS' COLLECTED.; Agents for the Federail Building Society. WE have several Brick and Weanthlebard Villas and Cottages to; Let and for Sale in the immediate neighbourhood. 'Also•Allot ments of, Land for sale in the best positions i; -;- i on Easy Terms. Full* Particulari may bel obtained at the S.Oflice as above.', R. SEAIL E,' Local Manager. BEAr " R '& STEV ?SO:N. Laind, Estate,' & Finance Agenlts. LARGE AiD SMALL SU IS 'OF MONEY TO LEND. Sales Duriig 1888 over £60,00,00. : Owners Having PROPERTIES FQR SALE Should Send.Particulars. PATENTS IREGISTERED. INVENTIONS : PROTECTED. . IMPERIA L CHAMBERS:, SBANK PLACE, Off 78s COLLINS ST.. WEST, CITY. COLI H+ MURRAY, HOUSE AND LANDI 'AGENT,. SNORTH ROAD, (Between Asling and Cochrane streets), NORTH BRIGHTON.'' - AS {Properties 'For Sale and To Let, I 'L situate in .Brighton; : Elternwick, Chel...

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THE YOUNG FOLKS. MY PLUCKY BOY TOM, OR, SEARCHING FOR CURIOSITIES IN INDIA FOR MY SHOW. CHAPTER XXII.—A FEARFUL SITUATION. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 15 September 1888

STHE YOUNG FOLK. I rd .I-Y PLUOKY BOY TOM, ad lp OR, SEARORING FOR CURIOSITIESIN I INDIA FOR MY SEOW. d BT P. T. BARNUM. SOOCHAlPTER XXII.-A FgAiFUL SrrTATIoN. as The souods which resohed Tom Bradford's an ears were enough to terrify the most daring an ofn hunters. 3e The irst thought was that one of those f" (earful cyclones, such ana omelimee devastate seotionsof our country, was sweepirg through id the jungle, carr ing death and destruction in so Iepath. 1 Bunt hib knowledge of India and its olimte N, told him it could not be that, though the !I peril to him migbt be equallygreat. I By-and-byo he nould recognise the heavy be tramping of many roee, the crashing of the Sundergrowth. and a loud mulitudiuniu Strumprting which for the tre time apprised Shim of the nature of the dcoger which he dis Scovered too late to eeospe by flight. S A herd of olephants, in obedience to some p wild Impule for which he ocnld not account. a. were rushing through th jungle with restat th lees force, ...

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

Shares, £25. Entrance fcee, Is. per share subscription, 2s. ld. monthly per share. President-James Smith, Esq. Vice-president-Edwin Exon, Esq. " .'. Harslon, Psq.; Larard, Esq. ; D. Sangster, Esq. ; T. Smith. Esb.: T. W. Swiudley, Esq. ; J. Zenboon Esq, JP M. . Stodart , Solicitor-Montague Cohen, Esq. (Messrs Pavey, Wilson and Cohen), Table B.-Showing the payments per caleo dar month (principal and interest), for lonn of £100. No. of e Rrfonthil" Total And Inte'ree for the year. I Repaymentas | unt rapnid I r whole term! T'wo .. £4100 l £0tS1_o0 | £8 126 :. Four.. 2 810 + 117 4.0 | 17 40 Bi z . 1 11 0 ? 120 0 0 20 0 0a Eight. 1 8 4 136 00 | 3a 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 proportion. j Borrowers have the ;privilegs of, panying off at any time, without notice, the whole or portion of their Loans. N.B.--Under. the Twelve" Years' Scale te Repayment is only s per eek for each £1...

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AN ATLANTIC TRAGEDY. THE STORY OF A SHIPWRECK. (EDWARD HERON ALLEN, IN THE "NEW YORK TRIBUNE.") [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 15 September 1888

AN ATLANTIC TBRAGEDY. THE STORY OF A SHIPWRECK. (EDWARD HERON ALLIRN, I THE "NEW TYORI TBIBUNB.") I had newly arrived in America. But, new comer as I was, I had learnt two most Im portant faces, and 'thise were Tiffany and Delmonioo-sepecially the latter, where my story opens. I had been seated but for a few moments when I became aware of thi pre sence of a man who seemed to be wandering among the crowded tables in nearch of rest, and finding none. As hecaught my'eye, he made a slight geatare in the direation of the chair opposite to me, in which I hai deposited my hat and coat, and said, in a low toned, quiet voice: " Pardon me, but is this seat reserved ' " By no means,' said I, hattening to remove my impedimenta, and, and touching his b ba milltarywile, the stranger eat down an summoned a wa.ter to minis'erto his neede.i ". I made some casual'remaikon the crowded ' state'of the cafd..which he -nswrred'iwith some explanation connected with the elections. Pleading my ignoronce, as ...

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BLACK BLOOD: A PECULIAR CASE. BOOK II. CHAPTER V. THE QUEEN'S SHILLING. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 15 September 1888

A PECULIAR CASE, SAuthor of ' The Master.- of- the Ceremonies, ' The Parson of Damforg,' Etc. BOOK II. " CHAPTER V. * na tma ronis xsa eatacs. . Well.Dios . ` Well Mr Rob? . ,Why did you come up here ' ' OCause didn't feel comfortable about bon. Not comforteble ?' N No, sir. I den's like to see you come. shutting yourself tp .like this.. Wha,'s the .use of a man stunting all alone here, witji not -so much as' a pipe o' bacco or a cigar, and S.neglecting bie food.' be Its a good thing for him sometime-to 'be alone with his thoughts.' The butler shivered, and his face ehanged. 'Not it,' he said, roughly. ' Thinking's no -.ood; Man'd be better without any thoughts .-aall.' 'Matter of opinion, Dick. How is he .no* 2' 'Fest asleep: He's all right.' 'And my mother?' 'Sleeping peaceful as a baby. So Mary esays Lor I what a day for a ride.' :" Rob looked up sharply as the sunlit -window, and then let his chin go down upon his cheat. ' Two good 'oiry mustangs 'tween out leges boiw,, 'v.,lver...

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BRIGHTON TOWN HALL. Photographed and Prepared for Printing by our Special Artist. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 15 September 1888

BRIGHTON TOWN. HALL. Photographed and Prepared for Printing by our Special Artist, In addition to these there are numerous hotels where accomodation for travel lers, as well as the inebriating cup if so desired is dispensed to all comers. Brighton Beach is a favorite resort tor pic-nic parties, nr for .quiet sea rambles and is within a stone's trhow and in full view of the station, Gipsy Village, and Sandringham or, Pic-Nic Point are about a mile or a mile and a half to the left of the station, and a railway. line from Brighton Beach to Sandringham has been constructed, and was opened for public use amidst great eclat on the 12th of September, 1887. Shortlands Bluff, another favorite pic hic resort, is also within an easy distance of the station. The Red Bluff to the right is about two 'miles; and is. be tween Brighton Beach' and St. Kilda From these different points grand and extensive views of Hobsons Bay and the neighbouring coast can be' oltained. It is studded with handsome vil...

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

Colleges anld Schools, &c. NMiISS SPYER, late ? Toorak, crtifi catcd pupil of Madame 1Madeline Schiller, is now prepared to resume tuition in' Music nat her own or pupils' residence. T'rnis on application, "Embdcn," Landcox strcet, North Brighton, near theresidence of tlih lion. Thos. Bent, M.L.A. Special Advertisements. EDWARD W. HUBBARD, - HOUSE,, LA ND. ESTATE AGENT, 17 Rothschild Chanibers, i ' 47 COLLINS STREET WEST, Desires to" call !attentidn' to-thlifollbwing -'Eligible-Properties: Brighton (Middle). Close to Baths and pier; 6 mninntes walk from station; 12 marine residence sites, each allotment 51 x 13' to 12ft right-of-way. Capital line for builder. , i. ! . . B:ighton. Grosvenor street, 3 Choice Allot ments. Caulfield. North road estate, adloining sta -tion;?Nortlh-rdfd"gr?'"ifiiesii?ies site; villa sites in Grange, Lillimur, Katandra, Lbila'anid Uldipnaoacds, good depths. Causfield. 1 Edl6rd s;treet, Knimbrouk P1ark I 'Estitd. Allotinents closseto station and tra...

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THE NEW DUCHESS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 15 September 1888

S TE NEW 'DU[OJ ESS. A correapondent. of- the- 'Liverpool Post" write t:-" The new DuoheeB of Marlborough is becoming quite a familiar figure in London sooiety. She at ived just in time to find the euason:in full fling, and has ma4e the most of it. She towers neatly a head above her newa husband, who has uot for years been so often in London drawing.room ano bhas happened during the last fortnight. At prosent the Duke and Duchose are staying at Groevenor square with the Dowager-Duoheea of Marl blough, who ha: taken very kindly to her riohly.dowered dioughter-in-law. This wne, of course, enough to secure the new duchaes the entade into London society. The first of her money spent in London has been for the purpose of huyitng Lord Brownlow a mansion in Oarlt:onhourn terrace, where she and the Duke intend to keep greet state nezxt season. In the meanwhile they will go to Blenheim the ancient glories of which are to bo revived by the talisman of the American dollars.

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

*C OMING EVENTS CAST, THEIR SHA DOWS .EFORE THEM. The Spring of 1888 will, it is contem. plated, be an era never to be forgotten. Syn'dicates and speculators are eagerly se- cnriingtblocks of land.in: evory 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. investedin land is like the wool on the sheep's back, growing in value 'while you are sleeping. EXCURSION LAND SALES. In Spring will-rank among, the Saturday's recreations, w'hereby business can be com bined .with pleasure, hence the necessity for th'o'seon 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. GREIG and MURRAY LIMIITED. List of Valuable PROPERTIES For SALE: Armadale-Houses and V...

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

...-Speciatl_ ' jies ements. DARKLY,&.. PARLIAMENT STREETS BRIGHTON. W:M-.: CLARK, CONTRACTOR; For Asphalting Lawn Tennis Courts, Garden Paths, Verandahs, Yards, Workshops, &c.,, &cc. &c. FENCING, CARTAGE, & PLOUGHING. lw ON SALE :-Hetals, Rubble, Screenings, Bricks, &c. : R.I BAVINTON, BOOTMAKER, ' POINT.,T NEPEAN., ROAD, . :; b ,No it Brighton. AND ' . 1 - '.. ', . . .. . . " . Are now making theirFirst Show of New Spring and, Summer -'Ini Mantles and Millinery. Drss' Goods in Silk and -Woollen Fabrics. * Piints, Zephyrs, Embroidered Robes; White and Colored, in Gre?eat Varietsy New Hosiery, New Gloves.. Ladies' Underclothing. Parasols, Umbrellas, Cretones, Lace Curtains Linens Damasks, Table" Cloths and Napkins. Splendid Value. They.have.also coming forward, during this and next month, their usual shipment of novelties for-the season. . --FIRST CLASS. .Dress and Mantle Making. . Hen's T eeds and Coatings: Shirt,Collars. : ::. Ties, ...

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 15 September 1888

AGBIOULTURAL NOTES.' kN By the end ct Seplerhber the winter of 1888 will have terminated, and, so far as i the rainfall ii conoerned, the weather has t been 'almost as dry as If we were pesslog ide through the summer months. Tblr winter ' has been charaoterised by piercingly cold winds and heavy and continuous frosts. The go cool weather his, of course, kept thegrase green a long time, but during the pant two ng months there has been very little growth. ale The present condlion of the orrpi is very to Unsatisfactory, the yenog co?a having been very muah obeeked by the frots, and unlese ad rain falls this month there will be a general og failure next harrost. uo Altho gh the weather has not yet broken 2 up in South A?atralia, there is not so mech ground for complain as te 1 ew Sonth Wanls, as the oecasional light ahowsca hove kept the at ground in a fairly moeit acnditlou on the sourface. Lonat' have mauede their appearanoea In some districts They are swarming in I ammense quantitle ...

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

S. slsa->HtbS>>hw IUSpeclal Advertisements .ub:: a FP?L0dT ArD. WOODMASON, S 10Chape,1 Street,.:lO : I ,,.. , TWO' DOOS "iPRAHRAnt, .A - ;TQ0.ORS,:0QRITH: 0E2 CQFBOF AEE ! TIn TITwE- .46.: ^.a^ CHEAPEST , URNITURE -WAREHOUSE South Yarra, Prahran, Windsor and St. Kilda"., How to hrnish a 3-roomed Cdttage for £18 ISs., for net cash : DIning-room Colonial Sofa, with Squab and ~,}I ]olstera L. , - . CedaTr Chiffonicrc'Safe, Polihbcd 1 ' 0 Six Cane Chairs ... ... I 4 0 lIonndTable ... o 12 . Table Cover 0 ...... 6 Fenderand Irons ...?.. :...` 0i2 i; Matting to cover room ... "... 10 0 Hearth Rug i ;..6 .>'', .i?i0:6 Cornice Pole and Brackets . O 11 6: Slip Mat;.7 .. " .. ' . 1 6G Bedroom PIlliisses ... , ..- .. ... 0 II 0 Full-sized Flock Mattruss ... 0 18 6 Fl'ock Iloltcr .... ... ... 0,, 6 0 Fwo Flock-Pillows ...-...........-0-4-0 Wnsh Stnnd, with Towel nail ... 0 9 6 D)rcssingTniblo. ?: . ..C0 8 0T FIll-siz'Tlct a '- 0.. 10 0 One Cnnce Chair ... 0 4 o. ToilctrGl alss Y' . ...

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

PRBOSPEOTUS Of the SCoburg ;& Campbellfleld Land Company Lintited, - d BE RUIEGBITRED UlNDR ?ESE CO8PARNI?B' STTUTIS 1864. capital .1,000,000, in 200,000 Shares of £5 each. 'The irst issue, now offered to the public, is . .-0.000 sharer, of which 50 000 will be taken, paid up to £3 per share, by the Vendors of the properties to be purcbased by the Compasr, in part payment of the purchaseo-money, leaving50,000 to be snb soribed for by the Eublio in the following manner: ?2s. ed. per share on Application, S.5s. per share on Allotment, :.And 2sr. 6d. per share monthly until . 3 per share is paid up. ' It is not anticipated. that any further calls will be required brit should any be made they will not exceed 2a. 6d. per share, or be at "intervals of less than Two o?wras No ~ Preferential or Promoteis' 'f__ ' Shares will be Issued. All shares will be allotted according to Iriouity of application, the earlier. applicatione receiving the fuUllest allotment. TvMeOasaY OrFI?o of THE ...

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