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OPENING OF BRIGHTON COFFEE PALACE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 15 September 1888
OPENING OF BRIGHTON COFFEE PALACE. The formal opening of the Brighton Coffee Palace took place last Saturday afternoon in the presence of about 50 persons. Prior to partaking of the viands provided for their delectation a minute inspection of the building and grounds was gone into by the visitors. The building or palace occupies the same site as that of the residence of the late Mr. Bell, whose mansion was for a time the residence of the. Hon. J.K Balfour, who first commenced the building. It was considerably altered by the first mentioned and now by the directors has been transmogrified into a very comfortably arranged pal- ace. It is within three minutes walk of the Brighton Beach railway station on what is known as the South road and has two frontages, one to that road and the other to New street. It is two storeys in height, and is built of red faced and relieved with yellow and white colored bricks. On the ground floor are the usual offices and kitchen, the reading and writing ...
Soraps. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 22 September 1888
Sevaps. A proposaenl ha been made toincraete bhe strength of the German navy The centenary celebration of the birbth of Kine Loulwig I of Havasla wee loanagucated at Monich on Jnly 30SO by the ringing of bell. and the pclacin of bands staokaed on the towera of the bacrabee. in all which there wa an early mornlong service. Detalls have been reseived of an eruption in the Bsoddesan voloanio region, fifty leagues from Yokohama. Nearly a thousand peroona have perished, inooluding a hundred visitorn to the Thebormsl Springs, nod several villages hbave been destroyel. A fresh arater has been formed, and is sil castnlug up rooks and aoshes De-patcaes from Portau.Pcinos announce that the incendiary firest wlobich oocurred there recently were originatoe by persons who with to oust General Salomon from the Preeidenocy of the Republic. Three of the cons.alresore have been executed. It is added that many high authorities are sos peotoed of compliolty in the plo agalnt thebs Presideelt.
MR. AND MRS. BOWSER. (DETROIT FREE PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 22 September 1888
MR. AND MRS. BOWBSB, B Mss BowseB, (DETROIT FREE PrESs.) I knew by the way Mr Bowser looked soros the supper table at me that be had something to propose, and I also felt Ocertain that his proposition wasee mixed up wish the elorious Fourth. Pretty soon he said : * We are to go on a steamboat excurosion to Har'ea Islano on the Fourth,' 'Plesae don's. Wo can enjoy ourselves far better righa here at home. SMri Bower, our..forefatlere fought, bled, and died thbat we might be a Iree people. * Yes.' * It is a time when every patriot should show his colours. I propose to go oif with a select few and have agood time. SBus nothing is eeleot on toe Fourth.' 'I don't believe yon care two cents whether we are slaves or free ment ' he btlly exý olaimed, . 'Yes, I do.' 'Then get ready for the ezxursion. Only a select few are going. We shball have a nice cool ride, a askabt lunch on the ieland, and retubarn i time for the fireworks in the evening.' 'Bus ift anything happens you'll lay it to me.' ...
SPRING CLEANING. IN TWO CHAPTERS. CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 22 September 1888
SPRING OLEANITNG. IN Two COAPrERS. CHAPrER II. We left off the cloanasing of the hous, last we Ic, at the study. The best way of dealing with the bnoie was deecribed. When all the hooks are done, the study must undergo the same proocess as the oth- r roms. Sprig o'eaui'g timo is a good one for inspeoling the nails upon which the pictures are hung, tbhe screws and wedges that secure braes rode, nod the picturae cords, so as to avoid mishaips, Valuable plotures should only be cleaned by those who thoroughly nodersten the work. Oil pa~ntlirge may be rubbed with a few drops of tweet oil on a softold silk pocket handkerchief. It the gilding has been flyblowo, it may be oleaned by sponging it over rapidly with warm water, leav ng it Co dry at a safe distanos from the fire, and then ooverin it with a etrong solution of gum arahic, put on with a soft camel'a-hbalir brush. Oloth and woollen material may be cleaned with liquid ammonia. Cotton fabrics will bear careful washing with quitok dryi...
THE YOUNG FOLKS. MY PLUCKY BOY TOM, OR, SEARCHING FOR CURIOSITIES IN INDIA FOR MY SHOW. CHAPTER XXIII.—(CONTINUED). [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 22 September 1888
iT HFYOUNG= FOLKS.,. MY PLUORY BOY TOM, OR. SEA ROHING FOR OURTOSITIE IN INDIA FOR MY SHOW. ,Br P. T. BarNoa. OCAPTrt XXlll.-(CONTINT7ED). I notice that Jed has brrnght back a onil fat rqpe with him,' said Tom, looknlog at the .arttcls which the native had fdog on the gonad near the cage. '. I asked him to do so. I always carry a lot of arolp cord with me; but if we expeot to gather as many curliosities as Mr. Barnum wants as to do, we shall have need of that rope, and probably more besides.' What Is it Jed is telling that so Interests the othebre?' The messenger had tied his horse to a sapling near ny, and was addrereing he friends in Hindustantl-they listening ne in. tently that it was evident he had something saxtraordinary to relate. Mr, Godbin'a knowledge of the native tongue enabled him to catch the orn of J.ds words, though many expressions were not olsear. ' Lethim finiab answering tneir questione, he said, stepping back beside Tom, 'and then I'll take him in hand. He can ta...
CAULFIELD POLICE COURT. Monday, September 17. Before Messrs. Holland, Watts and Maxwell, J's.P. INSULTING BEHAVIOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 22 September 1888
CAULFIELD POLICE COURT. Monday, September: '17.; _ Before--Messers.-Holland,- Watts .and alaxwell,l T.s.P. INSULTING DEHAVIOUR. %i W Thos.. Bruff was. charged by Con stable, Jordan' with making(; use of insulting words in a public place with intent to. commit a. breach of ..the peace... The evidence of the arresting - constable showed that thle .accused under a pretence of being. drunk and having several of his companions near him. made use of most insulting words hear tlhe. London Tavorn. ,Fined.' £1 or 3 days. : TIIE LONDON TAVERN: SGeorge Davis was charged by J. Armstrong, licensee of the London Tavern, with wilfully trespassing on his premises! and refusing to leave whien called 'upon todo so.' . Complainant . deposed: that the.. ac oused who hlad, been boarding at his place ; wanted. to "sell "him a pair of blankets on the 6th inst., which he refused to have., On this he bIecame very abusive anid called him. all sorts of names, .as'also.made use of, several times, bad: and filt...
SOIENTIFIC NOTES. (IRON) A WONDERFUL INVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 22 September 1888
UOIRNfIFIC NOTES, S(Inov ). . A WONDECfUL INViiNTION,. An Anal.s 'FtS engineer bas, I ies -said, destgned a traek to hb rern heforeevery rail. way trar; beinog. maointained always - at a fixed (bat ai]jnetab'iedteitance in Irenes by the for.eeo an elects lccaorreii transmitted along the metals from a dynamo on the engine. The current is condso'edl in glass tubee on tho pilot truck. 1', therefore, the truck comes Cto collieion, the ttubes are broken and the contact necescarily deetreyed. 'rhe interraution of the current insantly and automatically applies the brakes on toe tol Inwiag erato. e5 s; claimedl by' the inventor that two expresses, fittled sith ties syetem, might with impunity be set to ran tiul tut as each other. Tne collision of both pilot trecks would arrest the progress of both rains before they c-ld meet A truly woe deetal invention, which we shcald lihka to see pus to thestest-it a safe ,istance, OIL ON A STORMT BEA. An improved. toehod of distributing oil no a stormy ...
MALVERN POLICE COURT. Saturday, September 15. Before Messrs. Jones, Edsall and Sykes, J's.P. LIGHT FINGERED GENTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 22 September 1888
.MALVERNl POLICE COURT. , Saturday, September 15. Before Mesaersa Jones, Edsall and Sykes, J's.P,. LIGHT FINLGEREID GsNTRY. Frank'Poweir wasoharkoed With em. Ioezzling several sums., amounting ,to 7 10s, belonging to TIomansnCarrol, milkman. It traispired ,in evidence that ho had beri'd-crirying on this little game for some time before beinig 6 deteoted, and that hei was'at. present under sentence by the Collingivood benoh for a siimilar depredation, Sen tenced to 5 moniths cumuilative on tlih previous sentence.. James Fowler and Frank Power were chaiged wvith steialing clothing and jewollery valued at over £20 'froi the .dwelling. of Thomas. Carroll;-,of High street, Armadale, the gods being the property of three milk carteii 'in his employ. :On the IlhJ "il'.Wie place was entered diuring their absence and the' goods stolen. ''Power hadbeen in the employ odf"Carroll, and was arrested at Colliiigwood on the 26th ult., when iihe was found to be wearing some..odf. lthq.clothing., Fowl...
ZYMINE PEPTONISING POWDERS (FAIRCHILD). [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 22 September 1888
ZYMINIS PEPTONISING POWDEuRS (FAIROiILD). The great dander of cowe' milk to invalids and infantre, is thbat it forms dense, heavy in. dicearihle carde, which irritate and infloaens the somach, and are the occasion of much reisehitf. By adrns a Zgymine Peptonleing Ptwder (Fairctild) to each pint of milk the oasein is digested, no clot forms, and cows' milk irsendered as bland, asatmilable and no ritions as the milk of the human mothes. Milk so prepared is sweet and palatable and .greea perfectly.
BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. Friday, September 21. Before Messrs, Bent, Sprigg, Francis Wilson and Lloyd Tayler. NATIVES OF COLOMBO. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 22 September 1888
BRICHTON "POLICE: COURT. ' FridaiySeptembori 21. Before Meesrs, Bent, Sprigg, Francis Wilson and Lloyd Tayleor. NATIVES OF COLOMBO. Two natives of Colombo .named. F. Antony and C. Veirisivamy sued Geo.. Withers for £2 10s wages and an assault on' the&Ifirst-mnentioned. There was a cross-summone of Withers v. Anthony-and Yeirswyaniy for ab. qenting thermselves. from hlured service, i, Mr.- Oresawell appeared for the natives and Mr. Stephens for Withers, Mr. Smithgacting as interpreter. !The. evidence adduced wasytop the effuoti that `Antody. w`as' assaulted' lyi Mr. Withers for disobeying orders. This was denied }byt?4r.Withers, who said he merely boxied the lBoy's ears. The natives then left aiid'took action to recover their wages. The bench fined Mr. Withers 5s for the assault, gave Anthony his wages and cancelled the" agreement;-Veiraswamy-to-forfeit his wagesfand his agreement'also can celled. ' j Pbipps TIurnb~ull; ,for being drunks whilst in charge of oahb was cautioned...
CASCARA SAGRADA TABLOIDS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 22 September 1888
CASCARA SGRlADA TABLOIDS. aecanr Sagradt hae been found highly eetiefettory in chronic conetipation. SA ,pheiolan writes:-.' I have much plesere i in iformilg you that the Cascara Sograda a sample oft which you have been so good sa at sent me-base proved perfectly nucoesasful in a ease of ohstinate consetipation, with a fixed pain in the left sire, which bad lasted for moeaths, defyir; all tr'atmeto.' We pr pare Tabloide of Caecara Sagrada (24r. each). Thy are not ounpleasant to take and mi, Se ourried about in the pocket by the potient. They re tt e moat eligible forut of druig prepared. DofPee.-Oe to three Tab!olds at bed time to be -wallowed with a little water Manufactured by Burroughe, Wellcome and Co., of Loodon.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 22 September 1888
To The 0 About to Irrigate. Call at John Dank ad Son o rand see the Monintor pump, oapable of dienbarglan 25 to 80 tone of water per hour, with alugle.horeO works, no wearing parte, jan be fiOed by am farm band, no skilled lahoure required. Doualar pumpe, hydranloia ram, plqbt!f, pumps, steam pumops and rtinuge, for aupple l s nownnplpsawlth water John Darnks dI 8 n, 42 (only) Bourke elrget west, Melotaordd --(ADYT.) :/· Plsone GreRory Ghika of Roomapa$,4*5 on the 80bh July at Klausepburg, p, ' I'iqI vaiia. * *. · .t
MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL. Tuesday, September 18. Present : Councillors A. E. Clarke, (President), Benson, Longbottom, Edsall, Robinson, Woodmason, and Heywood. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 22 September 1888
, MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL . Tuesi y, Stmer 18. Preseint : 'Counroillois 'A. E. Clarke, (Presidenit), Benson, Longbottom,; Edsill,"' Robinson, Woodmason, S and 'Heywood. CORRESPONDENCE. :FProm the secretary of the Malvern cricket club again renewing their np :plication for the use of the recreation reserve for crioketing pnrposes, they agreeihg to eipendan amounrit pipon it for the formation of a rink. He stated? thatthe United club wold riot amal gamate with them but had ,withdrawn' their application for the use of tlhe ground. - Granted ievery 'aIlternate Saturday and every 'bther Satuarday when niot otherwise required, as also to be allowed to improve the ground,, From J. Lindsay suggesting the desirability of the council setting apart a room for the Malvern Sohool Board of Advice to hold their meetings in as donio in other places.-Severaml coun oillors objected to the wording of the letter as it was not in the form of a requesthbut a suggestion, eventually it was dpbidedtlhat the :...
OUR OPEN COLUMN. [We do not necessarily endorse the opinions given expression to by our correspondent.] [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 22 September 1888
OUR OPEN COLUMN [We do not necessarily enMorse the :opinione given oxpression to by our correspondent.) Sin,-I crave a-mall space in your val* able paper, to draw the attention of the powers that be to the necessity of imme diately cancelling the permits that have been given to market gardeners allowing themi to ptat nigliteoll on their land. A few days ago I had occasion to walk along a certain road in the borough about eleven o'clock in the morning, and the staell that came from a lot of land there was un. berable. I found that -theGo nightaoil was spread on the ground and not covered in. I made a complaint to the owner of the land about it, and he paid he had a per mit from the coiautel sillow~log him to use as much as he liked. Can it be poesible, 81r, that a respectable body of ienh such as our Brighton conacillors are would allow, such a.disgrecofd state of dfflird to exist. No wonder that buyers of land fight shy of Brighton property twhen they see such a plague in our midst....
BRIGHTON BEACH RECREATION CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 22 September 1888
BRICHTON BEACH RECREATION CLUB. The Annual meeting of the above olub was held on Friday, the 14th inst. in the Pavilion, H.' W. Mills, Esq., in the chair. SThe secretary read the reportwhich exibraced a period 'from Septemter, 1886 to Augnuet, 1888, this long tern occured owing to the early portion of the time being occupied in preparing for the accomodation of members. Since the inception of the club a good brick pavilion has.been erected, two asphalt tennis courts laid down, the cricket-fielding ground levelled, water laid.on to all parts of it, and the va rious sections of,;thle ground fenced off. It it expected that a large number of new members will join this coming season, as the cricket and tennis court are in splendid order for play. The subscription has been altered to as fol lows, full members, gentlemen's,£1 1s. 6d, ladies, 10s.Gd. Oricketonly,£l is. Tennis only, £1 is. Junior members, under 18, 10s. 6d. Life Members, £10 10s. Five year member, £5 5n. The Treasurers repor...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 22 September 1888
'The Power of the Heart. S The hearst's power probably exceeds that of the intellect. It bha little to do wish loglo, d and lees with sophistry; but it forms heroes, and is the mainrseptiog of all truly glorious' deeds. It may not assert itself very con- epicnounty in Ler lative Assemblies; but it e w1 be found at the root of the soundesat, and insapiring the really effective ofour Letislative easotmente. In commerco it is cramped by seitilshnese, at in literature too often by ulterior motives; hbut in the family it is. happily the leading principle, equally fruitfal in the propagation of the good and in the Savoidance of evil. Thuse it id that every loringl mother and thouchtful hbnscwofe, as she learns its value. is creful toward of typhoid end diphtheria by the invarlable use of t aonter's Deodorleor and Dieinfectant. It is °exceedingly cheap if purchased by the bag. ADvrT.) Ranromo m Bim. and Jofforioe Threshere, porcahble and vertical enginee ashould beinspeoted beforeobrosing ...
FRAGMENTS OF FUN. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 22 September 1888
FRAGMENIr OF FUN. THERBE were two young friends in a Sundays school at W., one of whom had that day been promoted to pantaloones .'Who was the reet man?' asked the teacher of him who still wore dresses, whereupon he looked eadly at his frieno's new garments, then at his own kilts, and answered reluctantly ;: ' Well, I dees Bock i ; he's put on patse.' MlASTER Freddy thinks himself by no means theleast important member of the household. One evening, after he and his eeister had gone to bed in the nursery, a violent thunder shower come up. The children a mother, thinking they might be frightened by the storm, went up stairs to reassure them. Pausing just out side the noroery door, she heard Fred say to bis sister. who was crying, " Don't o00 be fraild, baby; me and Dod's here." 'doeBY,' cautioned his mother. 'the Biabop is to dine with us to-day, and you mnest be very quiet at the table. I want him to think that you are a good little boy.' Very muob impressed, Bobby ate his dinner in ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 22 September 1888
Stop and head. John Dank. and don have lost landed the beas assortment of gas fistinas, water meters. and garden hose In Melboure. EInamsllsd bthe, lavatories, silake, eto. John Danka and Bon, 49 (only) Boaurke sreob wets, Mdd borune.-(Gnva. L. Stevenson & S0ns Limited, Coatlzalng tbhe beln . L. t!VIKNSON and I0o8, etabialbed 18186. Heed Office: 14 Flinders Lass Eanst, sllhseur e. CAPITAL, L800,000. Incorporated under the Compaois Statute, 184" DIREfLTOU: bhe Ron. 0. H. Jame`ee.ILLO.; the Ur. 8dwboo Lengtefl J. Lloyd Roberts, Kaq., B. loneralSmtb Req., O.M.G. In addltlon to thbcle ndlnaq aines, will be pre iwopeeed to zo~ut~e INDIatds o, ALL CLA88Est of MUBROAND3I And wll adodrtake AOENGllS etthai for BUYING or ESILINO. tho oompony are open to recive depoette tarvoarbln ca/ne. ' Oroses BTEVENBON t IO. F. BRWND I'D t O reo . lBttoaltT otThVSNBbi L. 0. tT3V'NRON iManatlg Dlreotor, London. ALBERT BUILDING SOCIETY BLt. ARD O0 DIRECOOBS EDWARD WhXE3B, Req.. J.P., ahelweo. J.A. KE...
The Lovers' Walk. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 22 September 1888
Tho Lovers' Walk. Come, darling, put you ban r in mine, And let us roam together. That we may drink with quickened heart. The joys of summer weather. Fair little hand-dear, busy hand For ever some good doing Reet now within this eager palm, In easnation of my woolog. The lilies great us, white and tall, Like sentinels'on duty; The fair queen roes nod and beak At as from bowere of beauty. The odour of the new.mown hay, Nature', sweec breath, gives greeting, As down the rosy Inoe we go, The walk so oft repeating. The buins skines bend hbove no, dear, In eilent benediction, Whle earthb and air and seas declare That true love is no ficsion. No darling I love Is very sweet Fr foud hearts brought together, But swereter stil it seems to uas In emiling summer weather. I now release this little hand As sunsoet shadows careep, love, And only pray that some glad day It may be mine to keep, love. -A-Ha, rd, A. KinoDD.
AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 22 September 1888
A GB1OULMURAL NOTES. The position V both tne farmer and graziler is just now far more serisus than is realised by the publio. The srainfall since the beginning of the year hasa been ununsually emall, end the wonder is how the pasturee haro managed to carry so much stook through the. winter. ID Is everywhere noticeable that the grass h"s not been so much affooted by the dry weather as the erops. At this season of toe year the wheat crops in the early districts ought to hbe at least lit. high, yet what do we find ? Orops sown as far back as Maroh and April are scarcely covering the ground, the young planto wearing quite a dwarfed, and froet.bitten appearanae. Some nloeehowers fell last week, about :1i. being registered in scmo places; but this has only been suffilent to the surface, and, unlers more rain fallas very soon, will damage the orops rather than otherwise, by attracting the roots along the surface soil in quest of too moiotare, and thus expcoee them to the high and drying wi...