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THREE STAGES IN LIFE'S DRAMA (FIRST STAGE.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 29 September 1888

THREE STAGES IN LIFE'S DRAMA (FIBe STAas.) Re : What a nuisance girls are. Shq walked off with my tools to mend her wratched doll', 'ahairs and tables with, and now there's my 'eat saw broken, and the edge taken off all .the other thinge. Ugh. She: I wish there was no 'boys in the world, that I do. Nasty things; they spoil everysbing. He', turned my work bx tolpey snrvy, lost my thimble and ruined my emr brorderyecissore cutting out a silly sail for his bout. erEOND BTAOB. He : Here, give .me the hammer and nalle. pet; that is man'. worck.. I can't bear to see those dainty little fingers wielding clumsy car penter's tool,. Yre, of course you .can do it beautifully darling, I know that; but do you rhink I am goins to let you doit while I stand by and look on ? ere, She : You sew the battbn on your glove ? No, do?rest. that is my, province andmy privilege. 'Now don't be foolish.; give me your glove. A woman is no woman it she cannot use her needle, etc. THIBD. STAGS. He : There, tr-at...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A GREAT RELIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 29 September 1888

A GREAT RELIEF. Employd : Sir, I would like to speak to you a tnonLent upon a very serious matter. Merchant: Don't bother me. E?oploy6 : But- Merchant : Go away to your work, I say I Emplo6 ; I want to ask your consent to my marriage with your daughter Nellieo, and- Merchbant : Oh, in that so t Take her, my goy, nod may God bless you both I I thought Yul were going to ask for an lncrease of -sary.

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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HIS FIRST VIEW OF THE CABLE CARS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 29 September 1888

HIS FIRST VIEW OF THE CABLE OARP. Farmer Oatonke (who hal just arrived in tnwnl, to his friend Scrogge) : Bless my bout I thare Roes a car without horses. Sorosge : Don % need any ; it's the cable oor, and the man on the platform runs it. Oanrake: Shoe Ye don't layr What a pow'fut strong chap he muat be I

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMBINATIONS OF THE KEPLER EXTRACT OF MALT. ALTERATIVES WITH KEPLER EXTRACT OF MALT [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 29 September 1888

COMBINATT ONS OFTHE KEPLER EX TRACT OF MALT. ALTERATIVrS WITH KtrPLRR EXTRAdTfOP MALT In toainuoccnn with the Kepler Extract of Malt w, haste b*re .hnae . fli?etit alterativer wia'iih, on cu;,i.nt nf their crrrot,ve and parify.ng action upon the blood ana entire syterm, are given in 1 w arades of nutrition. BEEF AND TRON WITH KEPLER EX.. S TRACT OF MALT. loz. Booef and 4mre. Ferri Cit. represented in each fluid onz) To the supero actiro of the Kepler Ex tract of Malt 'hers are here added the " tisue bniding." 'anld " forreiiwing" principles of the buas eeft, and the restorative effects of a tnlbhle salt of tri,n. The combinartu is one tbat enjoys he fave or of medical, men genera ly. OASCAR SAGRtDA WITH MELT EXTRACT. The great value of Cascara Sagrada in con stipatton is well known; by taking the drug with the Kepler Malt Extract the palate is not offended,tand the valuable digestive correo trve action of the diastase in the Malt is obtained. U,,fermented Malt Extract and Cascara Sa...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WIT AND HUMOUR. ONE THOUSAND POUNDS REWARD. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 29 September 1888

WIT AND -'HUMOUR. ONE THOUSAND POUNDS REWARD. Will be gold to anynne who can prove that " Genuine Magic Soap " inojres the clothes o" sKln. It you wnr, your weanbiig donu Ini 20 ninutee without rubbing, see that yon set the genuine article which ban ttompned ion every bar the retintered trade mark-" A h'art pierced with an atrtn," and iu made oly hb the inventore, The Viotoria Soap and Oaudle Co., GeOlonr.

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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FREAKS OF NATURE AND THEIR EARNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 29 September 1888

FREAKS OF NATURE AND THEIR EARNINGS. (FBrar OASSLL3r SATU.m AY JOURNAL 0on MAY.) Animal "freak s" are not, of course, either so coatly or so attractive as human onto. I dareaey that the six-footed oat could have been bought for £20, and that the elephantine pig could have' been puar ohabsed for £50. But human "freaks" command very high salaries indeed. In America they are generally the leoadiog attractions in those places of miaoellanecpu entertainment which are known as Dime Msuaonoe. You pay your 10 cents ior admisalon, and in return yen get a feeble and tsalelose dramatio performance in the cellar, an exhibition of fourth rate conjuring on the grannd floor, a leoe tore on healsh on the first foor, a chat with a firvearn.ed negro on the second, a glance at a boarded l.dy and a couple of small alligators on the third, and an Interview with a wild man of the woods in the garret. In this country "freaks " are chiefly in de. mend at the mualo-halle, though ocoasionally when a showman ...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Centenary Lines. (Original.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 29 September 1888

C.ntewa rLies. (orlalnas.) I see a city decked with flags, Ihear the soup0:, of draums, And throndh the cloeely.orowded streets U.-, gread procession comes. I see the gleam of rifles bright, I hear the? cannone roar, And yet it is a day of peace upon our Austral ahore. I hear a pound, a mighty sound, of amul.. grand and sweet, That echoes tbrougb a building vast, where listening thousands meet: Where rmnny a welcome guest to-day with smiling face appears To celebrate the progress of a hundred peaceful years; To mark the changes on the spot, where by the bonfires glow, The wild man held corroboree a hundrea years ego. From e-ery land beenath the ann they Rome with outstretched band, And e'eunthe ekies appear to smile above o sunlit land ; And while our deep and heartfelt pra ascends to Heaven above, Where He, who gave us all this gooq, l i listening in His love. Above our joyful city here, an angel h?est shall gaze With happy smiling faces, listening to optr, SOngs of praise. I hear ...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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A HORRIBLE RITE OF THE MOHAMMEDANS. (ALGIERS LETTER TO N.Y. COM. ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 29 September 1888

A HORRIBLE RITE OF THE MOHAM M&DArsS. (ALoarms LRTTER TO N.Y. COM. AuVhantssR, In this civilsled- age, In this seemingly olvillfee city of A'gi -r, there remains a erc of Minammedaus whoe penance for sin I. as strictly and erualty self-imposed to-day as in the anorent times. It may be for -lealing a borer, or for oleating a neigh bour, or taking the name of Allah in vain. Who may tell for what toese stasely wbi e robed Arabs seourge themieelvee ? Enough that, light as the offenco, Allah must be avenged, and o mclliation is only attained ey the danes "Atassuan " The dance iseaaoui is a performance which the votaries ot Sidi Mohammed alone indulge in-eeeres, of course, from the watchful eye of the French Government, and secret, too, from all eyes but those who, in mrmory of former days, when worship of sun gods, idole, and fire eirred their race to untold horrors, find in this observance some of the religions scstasy described by their fathers ann grandfathers as awonemeot for...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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A FIGHT WITH TRHEE ELEPHANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 29 September 1888

A, FIGEr WITH TRHEE ELEPHANTS. S" HY. RIDEa k1*AoGARID. (?OaM u??vA'S Z rEVENGE) A.bioh four 'o'olock Gobo woke me up, and told me that the head' man.of one of Wambe's klrales had ariived to see me.* I ordered him to be brought .up;: and presently bhe' came, a little` wizened,;' talkative old man, 'with a" .aeat.oloth round hise middle, and.a greasy, frayed karose made . f the sking of rock rabbits over his shoulders. I told him to sit down, and then abused himrioudly- " What did he mean," I asked " by disturbing mein this rude way. How did he dare to cause a person of my quality and evident,tmportance to be awakened in order to interview his entirely coutemptible sell 1" I spoke thusee because I.knew t~atsl would produce an impression on him. Nobody except a really great man, be would argue, would dare to speak to hum in that lashion. Most savages are desperate bullies at heart, and look on inselence as a sign of power. The old man Instantly collapsed. Ie was utterly overcome, he s...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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CRICKET. BRIGHTON 3RD V. ARMADALE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 29 September 1888

BRIGHTON 3RD V. AR'fADALE. . This match wvill be, played at corner of Morcer and Malvern roads, Malvern. The following are requestedi-to catch the 2.G train from. North Brighton, then lMalvern. 'oad 'bus from Town Hall,; Prahran, .which passes the groundl: 'Smnll :Wright, Brock, Leon ard,- McLean, --Blackham; - Walstab, Watson, Pipe, Mastin, Murdock, Henrichsen. ; ,The members of theýBrightonoricket luFi, l~st a?d '2hd elevens, are r~~gi ted to meet for practice this afternoon at 3 o'clock. Shortly before six o'clock last W'ed' nesday -veuniig twboyoiing men liamed Beaver .vhilst rambling along Brighton beach found a woman's jacket, hat gloves and umbrella. Attached to the first-named article of wearing apparel wnas a note on .whichwas pricke.t-ivith a pin in a very ingenious manner the following :--?. Mo\olleyr, .Idie..bo.Use I am not ashamed of you but of myself; f6ogive tliis 'misery:Igive youi Emma Johnson." -Thie='police were shortly after the find communicated,~with-and (v s'e...

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CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 29 September 1888

CHURCH 8SERVICE8 TO-MORROW. Elsternwiok.-Rev. J. Hay, 11 and 7 Oheltenham 3, Mentone 11, and Mordi alloc 7."Rev; RiM. Fergiis, M.A. .,,,,Caulfield, Rev. H. B. Macartney, 11 and 7 LArin dale,Rev. F. Webb. Elsternwick, Rev. P. Ballhacho.. fMalvierh, 'Rev.' "0'. Godby, 11 aiid 7. Oakleigh, Rev. T. H. Rust. " . Brighton Congregational.-- Morning and evening. Rev. J.: Rickard.;i: .:, ??; Malvern, Rev. O. Moon, 11 and 7. O Oakleigh, Rev. . F..Gannaway, ], and 7. Christian Chapel' Bright'on; Il'sd 7. Cheltenham, Mr. oo'dacro, 7. Union Church---CaulfieldrRev. J. Gregson 11 an d 7. , I'So?ith Brightoi i Hall.-rr Mr. " 3 Presbyterian.-Brighton, Rev. D. Gordon 11, and.7. ''Wesleynn Meithiilst.--Brightoii, i1, Rev. J. C. Symons 11, Rev. W. L, Binks 7. Mill Street,. Rev.. G. Daniel 11, Rev. ;J- OC Symons 7... . "' r ;East Brighton -Mr Searle 1, iand Mr Stone 7..:1i' ! ,.,South Brighton, Mr. Blackwell 11, Mr. .Webb 7. .~OCheltenham, Rev;-J. B. Smith 7.. .. Mordiallo;- '-Rev? J.'B, Smith' °,1; and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 29 September 1888

-- ne ulsies- ewvitt, DRES SMAKERS AND UNDERCLTOHIERS, BEG to iatimnte to the inhabitants of Brighton and Moorabbin districts that they have removed to j AGNEW1 STREET, r where they will carry on the above bisiness anid hope:by giving satisfaction' to sierit a Sshare of public patronage. Note the address: * AGNEW STREET, Near Point Nepean Rd., NORTH BRIGHTON. SHARP, Respectable Lads wanted as Ap' , prentices to Carpentering; also Smart Lads for Ironmonger's Shop. Hayball Bros., Timber Merchants &c., Brighton. S.OR SALE.-Fine Gravel for footpaths ' .or Drives. Apply 1W. Clark, jBarkly atteet Brighton. Notice to Advertisers and Correspondents. ' ...Advertisements addressed to T. 'M. Donaldson intended for insertion in this Paper shonuld reach our office not later than :.?-'b p.m. on Fridays; and alterations and additions to Slanding Advertisements not later than noon' on Thursdays to ensure S!attention. 'All orders for, withdrawal must be made in writing, as verbal notices can...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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A PRIVILEGE OF ROYALTY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 29 September 1888

'A PHI VILhGE OF ROALTRY. Not a litt'e soaud4 has been ooosaloned by the dlepeneation for marriage within the prohibit.d degrees which .the Pope 'hee Strauted Princess Leritle Bonaparte bad the Duke d'Aoata, Amaduon, ex-King of Spain. The Duke la the uncle of the Priaooee, and the marriage of unoloc end niecee is regarded as a marriago forbidden by Divine and human law. The 'Pope, however, has a diapenaing tower, a, d the unctl will marry the niece next Sen temnber, with the blessing of the ohurcb. T' do the good P pe justice,. he ie'aid'to have made a manful etand against the proposal that Amadeo ehould marry his eleter's dauohter, but precedente were adduced in support of the disooenation. A Queen of. Spain hid boon'allowd to marry her unole, and their son, Prince o.lBr~z:1, was allowed to marry his aunt.. Therefore the Duke d'Aoeta got hie dispensation. Tnis kind of lieouaa ceeme to be the speolal pslvilege of Royalty-one of those privileges ,whih even the most envious demagogue ...

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ALMOST A MINOQUE. (DETROIT FREE PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 29 September 1888

ALtIOST A. MIdNOQUE. (DBU.OIT- mRU e rfla.) 'How do ybu like my new dress?? inquired Mrs de Jaison of her 'usband. ' sl't' it's little- ' - ' No. it isn'r.. Now, Alfred, I think yoa're just horrid. It' the new colour, einerald and grean.': S'Yes, dear, but I was only oing to say-' 'On, I knew That it itn't the eolour-I ought to wear. If it was that horrid Miss you-would think it lovely.' 'R utI didd t mean-' ' Yes, you did, too. You're mean enough for anything. And you've never noticed my now chip hat, either. SYes, my love. I thought- ' ' You'thought I Of course you did-that'it makes me look frightful. I--I-- [ob. sob] declare. it's to-o-o b-s d.' 'If you'd only let me speak- ' 'dpeak I Why, what else have you done for the last half hour-just to find fault, too, piith everything I had on? What's that? A diamond for my birthday present ? Oh, you dear, precious old sweet I Why didn't you say so, and not tease me so I 1 could not imagine vhbat you wanted to say.' HUOBAND (groaning): '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 29 September 1888

John Daqns nd Son. Irrlgating Enginos. Messrs. John Dtas and Son, 42 Bonrke etroes wear, Melborrne, are now moro than ever devoting hemselvese to this line of business. Their Honitor pump for horse. works is really inexpressive, and at the same Ilme capable of Irrigatlng large areas; having secured the ansency of Messrs. ftaneomee, Simr, end Jefrlco for portablo engioe;, Pessero, Dnhks and Bon are able to comlpote well for largo irrigation plant., comprising contrtiugal pumpe, sniue and pipoe complete, nrd, being thorough praosical engiueers, their goods may be alway, relied upon. A largo stock of special pipes for isrigating always on hand.-(ADvr,) Mr.' Henry Ward Becohor isowoseventy six yeara old, and s livrlng at the St. George Hotel, in Orange street Brooklyn. Ranhomo'. Blm, anr Je? drtos L? 'tOe. John Danks and Son, 42(only) Bourke sired. west, Melborne, sole agents. 8pecialitlee the new improved portable engine, upeeil built for the colonies, with enlarged y inmreased strengt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 29 September 1888

aoealltere Isatbs. Lavatorlsc. Largo consignmonta jest opened up, wiltb all latost Improvements and of approved de algnr. John Danks and Son. 42 only Bourke street west, Melboourne.-(ADvr.) The Emprees of Japan is to visit Amerl?o during the coming wintar. She will take with her a dozen maids of honour and numerous ofiolae, boeidos a small army of servants. Her dreaeso are said to be of i xponalve gauoes and l ntel. Yallcw hair, though no atcmaohat ount of nashion, has often been esteomod a mark of great boauty. The Venetian ladies uneed to bleach the hair by atrotebing ltover orownloea broad-brimmed hats and sitting in the su ; and In the time of tho Plantaganete saffron, wa. used noas a dro to produce the desired colour. Queen rllrnbetbh made yellow hair, and emall waists also, fashionable. We are Sstold that this droesslovtog monarch had her sellow looks, "fair attirea with rich strihgs of gotl en wire, and gold wire was abouten all I her genteel middle small.' WAINER'S BABE CURE...

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THE YOUNG FOLKS. MY PLUCKY BOY TOM; OR, SEARCHING FOR CURIOSITIES IN INDIA FOR MY SHOW. CHAPTER XXVI.—A DOUBLE SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 29 September 1888

THE YOUNG FOLKS. MY: PLUCKY BOY TOM; OR, SEARCHING'FOR' OURIOSITIES IN INDIA FOR MY SHOW. Br: P. T. BARNUM. CHAPTER XXVI.-A DooSLE SuccEss. ' There's a enrioetty worth having ' ex aclitrre Tom Bradford, after he and Mr. Godkin had watched for a minute or two the double-headed bear that was equally Intent on watching them. The lad repeated his declaration that be must be captured at all hazards. * There'e a double nhanoa of making him a prisoner, or of losing him; I.'don't. know whoh it ils.' S1l think I can lareo one of the heads.' added Tom, * but I don't know about getting a loop over both.' ' If yen can make captive of o on,I think the other wall follow soit; which head will you go for ?' The lad bad the lasso in band, and lost no time in putting it in shape for use. He leaned his gun against a tree, saying to his friend : ' Keep his attentioci engaged if you can, while I steal around to the rear.' * He'll be more likely to keep our attention engaged,' was the remark of the elder...

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MAKING WOMEN BEAUTIFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 29 September 1888

MAKING WO11EV BEAUTIFUL. There is (soya the * New York World') a woman in Now York who has a growinm cliel'ib'o of patients coming to her to he treated for ugliness. They may be in per faeet health pbhysically, hut not quite ais Moace in their minds because of oefects which render them unpleaoing in the eesa of their fellow-mortale, and she ministers to thle mind olessed by curinle a% far as it pog.elte the comulaint of plainness, Women go to her to hbe made thinner or stouter, to h~'e their coiour heighteuen or reduced, to ho rrearted for ugly cormplexone, red eyes, thin nair, round shoulders, and all the physical Isulls which make the aiffranro teta'wen baun'y and the lick of it. 'o women who are too stout she reoommends a barn of smlt water to themorning, two or three hendfnls of rock ealt being put into te bath over aieht and allowed to dissolve. They must be iubbed down with a heavy Turkish towel after this salt bath,and are to sleep on hard heds, while the only internal treatm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 29 September 1888

eAl "eP , I -tUT)c, hi .? ?-,' t. t :, l :' : . :o p ,2i It it, Ja0Eo&CDON$TI ?AW IOtj, .ýt,-;SLUGGISH WL1NER, k"oirbnn" f ,Io. mr:c:I ;<&4 ' r ", :,i l.r I gr .f~ar,; odd:No,!i r ýballt r ,'t':: . a r e.ý a t?u e a.,rr , :?, TN: "TIEn T ainy: kinhdst of ciltha;tic i•;. "r t~ryo?f feel .beoter t , Their sr. ,.o x1iý i sitisge?;ig, but,,thorough, nd sed ultttenddut ,wi tli,: disngreeable',ltefets, t:vrsuceh, hi liisiigi~'i?-j'iig i ?&'c'i : - tht, ISeige'.s Operatng4.ilts,-o la el, ' t .lieýdthfntiil ph y.l' iWy t'll s ei'er en, " Cl ci "` Ihly . leanse th ,1 vels from rnit ? t? cotr.bliLt nces .n leave 'll i t{'i~lg~i?,1[lie Y C Llt{. .7"n ii SThe best i.mctly extant fortyll, I nte f oPrPhyis--conistipation fao.tsluggishe l .*;Thiesi .Pillst l p'veri'?fv4?:rs"ind alI kinds ' 'ol"ickii(d;,"by,'rtiinoving all. poisonous nmat?er from the bowels. SThey operatensilkly, yet mildly, with-, out a-i.i .pai,, . n , r". If you take-a- severe cold, and are r"t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 29 September 1888

Drapers and Grocers. X ti X. , LADIES, 'the Nev Goodds are just - opened for> the coming Season. Try'and make it donvenient to 'come and see them. I shall be glad to send y?u samples. The vahie this 'seaodn.b ats all in the past. Dress Tweeds, Checks and Plain Dross an immense variety. Calicoes, Sheetings, Cambrics,. White Robes. Embroidery, all widths. A fine?Stock of Everything. to choose from at'? t': ..` :t.. _.. S-.-·lPayne's 140, Bourk street East..1i'9` Special Advertisements. `T. COO'K-E, -' General Hlouse Painter - , Decorator, &o., Good Workmanship and Best Materials ?? Guaranteed; Y, High Street,. Armada S.i' -?i : Estimates Given.r fH MON-TGOMERY, COARPENTER d CABINETMAKER, 46A Chapel Street, P R A H R A N. Estimates given. Furniture Repaired and Repolished. All Orders piromptly "attenided to. Music Warehouse. FEISS BROS., r MANUFACTURERS OF Orcihestrions,?? Pianos, Harmoniums, Organs, 128D CHAPEL STREET WINDSOR. Musical Boxes, Violins, Fancy Figures, Concerti...

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