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THE LEADER. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1888. THE HEALTH COMMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 March 1888

THE LEADER. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, MARCIK 17, 1888. THE.HEALTH COMMISSION. ONE of the many good things arising out of the existence of the Elsternwick Improeminent Committee,'. and for whih 'th i members comprising that body richly deserve the thanks of the, Whole cemmunity, i?' that the govern ment have issued, a porclamation appointing the members:` f thle -' Fpr posed Health Commission, and defining the;scope iofthiir duties. Tlhe gritle men selected to act. are ;rofess6rf H:. B. Allen, Professor D. O. Masson,i Mri R. Reid, M.L.A., Mr A. P. Akehurt, Mr J. Campbell, Mr C. Hodgkinson . arld Dr. W, M'Crea. The memibers of the commissioh are instruicted to inquire into and report upon the sani? tarny conditionii'of" Melbourne anid its" `suburbs, to ascertain: to what'- extent the. existence of noxiousl trades arid: abattoirs injuriously affect the public health, whether.. it is necessary. or desirable to remove these trades and ,abbatoirs froin their present sites, and, if so,tto ...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, MARCH 16. Before:— Messrs Bent, and Webster J'sP. INEBRIATE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 March 1888

BRIGHTON POLICE COURTU FRIDAY, MARCn 16. Before:-A-fessrs Bent, and Webster J'sP. .INEBRIATE...? Geo. Hays for beiig drinkland disorderly near the North ;Arightbn Railway station was fined 5s. STRAY COWS. W. Grantforallowing a cow to wanderon the street was fined 5s. with 2s 6d coats;' and Mr McEwan for a similar offence hlad Ithe case against him postponed, the benchli being unable to agree. MONETAR'Y, ' Verdicts with costs were awarded W.' J. Vance & Co. v, W. V. Green, and Hayball Bros; v. Edney for goods sold and delivered, FOOTPATH TRESPASSER. J.ae.kMa6kfor riding' on the footpatht n the Point Nepean Road was' fi~id'Ids, in default distress.

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CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 March 1888

CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROWi Presbyterian.-Brighton. Rev.. Mr. 11 and7... Elstcrnwick.-Rev. J. Hay, 11 and 7, Oheltenham, 11 and 8; M'lntone.; 7, Rev. R. M. Forgus.:. Caulfield, Rev: H. it. ~[acartn~y, 11 and 7 .Armadale, Rvoy. F. Welml; Elst rnwick, Ioov. t1'. Balhaohe. . Malvern, Rev. C. J. Godby, 11 and;7. Oaklcigh, 'Rev. T. H, Rust.;. Congregational, Brighton, morning;, Rv. . S. Y..Price; evening Rev. J. Richatud Malvorn; Rev. 0. Moon, 11 and 7.":i : Oaklpigh; Roy. J. F. Gannwany, 11. and 7. SWesleyan Metlodist-Brighton, ,'11 and 7, Rev. O, 0Bngden, "B.A. Elstornwiok--l1, Rev, 1VW. L. link s i 7 Rev.'S."Ir onsidee. Primitive Methodist-South, Yarra,; 'tv. W.; Abley, 11,?8 and.7. North. Brighton, Rev J. Book "11, and Rev. IH. Richardson 7. South .Brighton, Rev. H. Riohardson, 11, Rev. J. Beok, 7, 7. East,: Brighton-Rev.. J, heck . I Edwards 7, :Baptist Ohnrch.-Brighton,Rev. S. Howard. 11 and 7. ' Ohilstian Chapel-Brighton; 11 and 7. " Cheltenham; Mr. Ooodacro, 7. Union Churoh-Oaulfl...

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ABSTRACT OF AUCTION SALES. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 March 1888

ABSTRACT OF AUCTION SALES. THIS DAY. Messrs Munro and Baillen, mansion and villa sites, Glen Huntly and Kooyong .Es .tate near the Elsternwick railway. sta tion.' . M*r R. L. Hair, thal.y-two grand busi ness and 'villa sites within: easy distance of either the Malvern or Armnadale I sta tions.. NEXT TUESDAY. Messrs Munro and Baillien at their rooms a valuable block of land mear .Hampiton road station. .NEXT THURSDAY Mr G. Rnshall at Fairview Key's road, executor's sale oef Household furniture, piano, and other effects. Messrs C. J. and ,T. Ham, at their rooms, twenty acres of fenced land convenient to Cheltenham railway station. , . ,

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND, MENTONE [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 March 1888

S ssHUrCH oF ENGLAND, MrrNTONEa A grand sale of gifts and cpoke fair? in aid of the building fund of the aiiove church was opened np in the tento,ne Athientum ' yesterday afternoon by Mrs M. l. Davies in th.. presence of a large co~bidiirse of" people from all parts of the surrounding district. The hall presented a gay and festive appearance and the stalls with their display of fancy goods of almost every conceivable description told that the deft fingers of the lndies had been busy for many weeks previous in order to have got up such an attractive and almost bewildering array. Besides the display of fancy and ornamental goods there was a stall for the sale of poultry and other live stock, a fruit and refresh ment stall and the usual side shows etc. During the evening several well-known lady and gentlemen amateurs took part in a promenade concert to the gratifica tion and delight of the visitors, thus forming an agreeable change in the routine of business and money making. The affai...

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A GOOD HOUSEWIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 March 1888

A GOOD HOUBEWIaP.-Tho good house. wife, when sho is giving her house its spring renovating, should bear in mind that the dear inmates of her house are more precious than many houses, and that their systems need cleanseing by purifying the blood, regulating the stomach and bowels to prevent and oure the diseases arising from ,spring malaria, and miasma, and she must ,know' that there is nothing that will do- it so perfectly and senrely as Dr. lodile's ?,o?icane ? ltop Bitters, the purest a~dl 'best ''of 6ndidines. "Concord, N..H. Patriot."

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SALES OF PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 March 1888

SALES OF PROPERTY. Messrs E .T. Dixon and Son report having held a sale of the Carnarvon park estate; Malvern:; when a large number of lots.were disposed of fo? 'prices rasiging fromi£4 Is to '£13 per foot; totalsale; £6,879 12s.^ The balance of the estate, not realising the ven dor's reserv?, 'was 'withldrawii for private sale. " . Messrs John Vale and Son report having held a sale of 'allotments at the Oakleigh hill estate, at Onkleigh. All the lots (65) submitted were'sold at the following.prices : -Ferntree Gully road, 15s, IGs, 17s, 21s, 23s, d;, 25s,.and 29s per foot: Dandenong road, 15s, 16s 6d, 17s 6d, :19s,. 20s, 21s. 22s,26s, 27s, 29s, Per foot; Cheel street, 14s. 1Ss, 10s, 17s, 20s and 22s; Ifowden street, lis, oper foot i total amount of. eales, £2,59900 11s id. - Munro: andBaillieu report.the following sales on Saturday afternoon :-Prince Hil. Reserve Extension, Northoote, allotments; total sale; £4410 4s. / In conjunction with W. P. Lockhart and Co., allotment's in the...

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BAY STREET BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 March 1888

BAY STREET BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL. The pastor of the church the Rev. How ard preached the morning anniversary sermon of the above school on Lord's day March 11th, in their handsome and com modious Church, Bay street, Brighton. The rev. gentleman's discourse was ap propriate, and his illustrations of Divine truth forcible and delineative. In the afternoon and evening the Rev. H. Coombs of Williamstown, dispensed the Gospel, many of his old hearers, as well as a large number of the parents and friends of the scholars were pleased to see and hear him once again During the afternoon service the annual distri bution of prizes took place, when each child received his or her reward of merit for punctual attendance, reciting lessons, and good behaviour, etc. The reward books were of a choice description, and sh owed that great pains had been: taken by the teachers who purchased the books, in order to command appropriateness as well as satisfaction to the recipients. i ?The children gratified...

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EAST BRIGHTON WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 March 1888

EART BaIoIhow WVESLEYAN Oiusnauni. Three sermons in celebration of the an niversary of the above place of worship, were preaohed'on Sunday last, the pulpit being occupied on each occasion by the Rev. . Lancaster. a popular preacher of the Wesleyan denomination. The rev. gentleman's diocourses were ably d"livered. appropriate to the event and well received by the audiences, of which especially in the afternoon and evening there was a good crush. On Thursday, in further celebration of the anllivorsary a tea was provided by the ladios, at which a very largo numbor of the good folk of East Brighton and eleowhere partook, the viands being not only first-class but abundant, and the lady waitresses very attentive to their visitors. The tables being cleared, a public meeting was held at which, able, eloquent, and telling ad dresses were given by several lerding ministers and others, Ii. Gray Esq., oo copying the chair. A substanrtial sun was the result of these sorvioas, the pro. coeds bein...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 March 1888

Special Advertisementa. A NNOTATE' THIS U. DAV!DSoN, Boot and Shoe Warehouse, S Commercial Road, Supplies .A first-class' article' at.° a, vary ýa :!·- :~ "'. moderate price. e ,large inoreasee::in his'.busines :is , " the .best 'iproof that 'h'edgives! :!:' ,fsatisfaction. . t ·I i nt It : :One _trialiwill prove this,. i'.: BARKLY"'d. PARLIAMENT .STREETS WM. :CLARK,;' ' I " CONTRACTOR 7ie Asphalting Lawn Tennis Courts, Garden; * Paths, Verandahes, Yards, Workshops,: t &c., &c. & c. FENCING, CARTAGE, & PLOUGHINGS: 6'P ON SALE :-Metals, Rubble, Screenings, Bricks, kc. J.. W.A?L BUR RY Family Grocer, .Tea Dealer and General ! 'Merchat, ST. ANDREW ST RET, ; BRIGHTON. i Families waited on for Orders.' J. R. BAVINTON,: BOOTM AKER, ':POINT NEPEAN ROAD, North Brighton.: t,, i' MESSRS, W. wH. HUNT ::"AND SONi 9UPSE DECQBATORS BAY STREET,' Brighton, Beg to draw the? attention of , their numerous nfriends an<d . patrons to the NEW ' SANITARY WALL.. ....

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YACHTING. BRIGHTON YACHT CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 March 1888

S..YACHTING.. THE race o r 1 1r' .Halinbourg's trophy was sailed last Saturday, and resulted i?i'a"de? d' heat between the Galateaof..the Brighton Yacht Club and the ,Genesta of, the. St "Kild?d Yacht Club Jth i Ca?ila beinrg second and t' eaFlying Qloudnext. .The.heat willt bea sailedioff on the ýSt. ;filda course this afternoon wherethe yachts of theyfBrightoniharidSt. Kilda Clubs Will compQtefor the St Kilda Commo dore's Trophy.. Oni.Saturdayithe_24th Maich the yachts of the club will aohimpete-for-the Secretary's -Trophy, a second prize of £2 2s being awarded by the cliu b.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 March 1888

TAIS DAY. -At 8 o'Clock. On the Ground. MA " VERN ESTATE. " 32, GRAND BUSINESS AND- VILLA SITES. ROBT. L. HAIR, AUCTIONEER, Glenferrie, and' 7' Market-buildings, Wil liam-street, Melbourne, in conjunction with ROBERTSON and MASTERS, 18 Elizabeth street, Melbourne. P1oits in this, estate to which the anuc tioneer would invite specal attention: Its:proximity to the railway station -4 mfnutes easy Wvalking from Malvern, 5 minutes from Armadale--ts exceptionally pleasant and healthy situation among the mansions and other superior residences, .for which the district is note-worthy; its perfectfnaturhl drainage; an advantage to which every- allotment in the estate pos sesses; its splendid garden -soil is easily worked; sandy. loam in which anything in the way of flowers, fruit ,or vegetables will flourish' abundantly; its grand reach of Dandenong road frontage, this noble 3 chain traffic artery will in the early future be a magnificent double avenue, and must form one of the most fashiona...

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CRICKET. BRIGHTON JUNIORS v. BRIGHTON UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 March 1888

CRICKET. BRIGHTbN JUNIORS v.'BRTGOHTOI UNIoN. The third match this season was. continued between the above clubs last Saturday. l..The first contest wa; won by the Juniors by 1 inning and 36 runs; and now the third .by the Juniors by ten wickets. This match was started last Satiiida?y week,l and the Union were all out for 1251 -uns. The Juniors went iil and made '66; the Union then went in for their second inniiin~'~jidC-iait's ?iquarter to six had lost"8" SWli~t: "'for'31, and although it was quite light, would not send their men in to make the 10 runs-to save a one-inning de feat. Last Saturday the match was continued;. the remaining men mak ing 16,-leaving the Juniors .6runs to make wihicih ?th wy did: 4 ithout the loss of a wvick et,' :Ri.uddle 7 not out. Bhlckham bowled well, procuring.the ..fst. )Y47. t.after they had madeoY.?A.o iWBis he? al o threw the last man out. Blackham was rewarded the fielding honours. BRIGHTON 3rd K V. ST. MARTINs. This match was played last Satur da...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 March 1888

LOCAL ITEMS. Since the completion of the high-pressure water main laid'in Iedcember the 'extension' of the Yiin Yean Yetic~lat.ions has been car ried on vigorously by thbe workmen of the' Melbourue water supply brqnoh..;. Ten miles of pipees have been! recently laid in HBaws theon. The strffis now dlvided'int' three parties. one of which is engaged in putting down 9t miles of pipes in Malvern, the second in-layiPg 6..miles .in.Prahrau, and the third-'in tBrightoh , where 71 miles oa streets hav toeb h | V cultet:'These works will take two months to complete, and at the end of that period, the requirements of other suburbs will ble met. To distribute the water from the high-pressure main effec! tivtelygihtd?tlcse reticulations a large quan. tityof 12ihci' and 9 itch~ pipes were con tracted for by the Langlands' Foundry Company. Delivery is promised during April, when it is intended to lay a 12 inch main in Burwood road to augment the pre sent supply to the Camberwell district. Other ...

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CHELTENHAM MECHANICS' INSTITUTE AND FREE LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 March 1888

CHELTENHAM MECHANIGS' INSTI TUTE AND FREE LIBRARY. The usual monthly committe imeting of the above Institute was held onwWe·lnes day evening 7th inst. Members present:-Messrs McQueen, (President) Pierce, Judd, Harvey, Grifllths, Booker, Chandler Bodley, and'Irvine. In the absence of the Secretary, who was unwell, Mr Irvine kindly acted for hinm. Minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. Amongst thecorrespondencewas a notice from the. chief secrptary, istating thatthe sum of 50O had been placed to the credit of the building fund out of the last grant for Free Libraries, also from the Moorabbin shire council stating that the sum of £10 had been granted for 'he game pur-, pose. . Proposed by Mr Bodly, seconded by Mr Pierce that Mr Irvine be appointed to see ;what arrangements can be made with the banks`. re 'borrowing 0 the"; money required for;the ereotion of the new building.-.Car ried. Proposed by Mr Judd, seconded by Mr Bodley, that .in the event, of the Crown grant arriving...

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CAULFIELD AND OAKLEIGH TRAIN SERVICE. DEPUTATION TO THE RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 March 1888

CAULFIELD AND OAKLEIGH TRAIN SERVICE. DEPUTATION To THE RAILWAY Com NIS SIONERS. A deputation from members of the local bodies of Prahran, Malvern, Caul field and Oakleigh waited on the Railway *Commissioners on Wendeaday to complain -.of the inferiorcarriages in use on the Caul field and Oakleigh line, and also to ask for an alteration in the time table. The -deputation was accompanied by Dr. Dob .son, M L.C., Mr M. H. Davies, Speaker of the Legislative Assembly; and Messrs Keys, -Hrris, Munro and Reid, M. L A's The deputation, which was introduced 'by Mr J..Keys, M. L. A., asked that trains 'should be provided to run as follows : From Oakleigh to Melnourne, and vice versa-5 40 a.m., 6.30 , 7, 8, and half 'hourly' hiiitilA'11; hourly from 11 a.m. 'until 4 p-m. ; half. hourly from 4 until 8; then at 9, 10, 10.30, 11, and 11.30 p m. from Caulfield to Melbourne, and vice versa, to fall in with the. above trains until 8 a.m. ; then every 15 minutes until l& a:m. ;;every 30 minu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 March 1888

: Drapers and Grocers. YORKSHIRE HOUS;E' Glen Huntly Road, ,----Near the Railway Station Elsternwick. -0-o-- ROBT. BYERS, tn thanking his numerous patrons, of Elsternwick, 'Caulfield, BElwood,, Batla S-clava; St. Kilda, Brighton, etc., eetc., for -the:favours confeirred. upon him" inidirng the first Six"'Months he %has ,been in Business in the above Suburb, 'begs to inifoim them' thath6e has. determined on Selling the'balancde f his . SUMnrER STOCK Of Drapery, , Eosiery; Millinery -Gents' 'Shirts, :Hats, Ties,. Gloves, etc., at. Prices which are bound to ensure : :a! Speedy. iClearance.: All Goods marked in PlainFigures. .R H. B., having made a practice of :holding no, stock over until following ' season, das ,confidentially state 'that his Pzices Defy qompetitire \ '. . Dressmaking in all its branches.-Fit and Style Guaranteed. . UNDERCLOTHING A. SPEOIALTTY., FoUi' Wdsilss' SALE - COrMMENcING SATIRIDAY.;:. i? Address- .: ROBERT' BYERS, G" len Huntly Road, Elsternwick... EL STERNiW:...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 March 1888

Banks.'. oiomiercial 'Bank of ;,Australia Authorised Capital... ... ... ,000,000 Subscribed Capital ... ... ..i 2500,000 Paid Up .... .. 1,000000,000 Reserve Fiid .... .Fu .. nd.. 600,000 :HEA?: OpFnIE--0 COLLINS ST. W., ý MELBOURNE. . London Office--Bshopsgate St. F Withl :corner of teadenhall-street, E.O. rI.TaRTON BRANCH=?I ;; Conies ofd flay & Cochrane S ets. hsst currento. ,rates,, ; DRAYrTSr on London ofcete branches and a. genies of the Bainkl issuied at lowest rates of exchange. Bills Discounted and Advances Made. SManager Special Advertisements. ST L. JOSL~N r HOUSE. - PAINTER - AND DECORATE R,; . 17 OMMERCIAL PADI, 17' Prahran, NEAR'THE Y ARKET, 'ON SALE, .LOWEST.PRICES: STRADE- UPPLIED. Paperhangings,, Lends, Oils, Colors Varnishes, Glass and Sizes, ALL COLORS. s' "stio Soda, Shellac, Brushware, Spirits, &c .&c. Glazing for the Trade. Produce Merchants, Brighton Produce Store and! Wood and Coal Depot T. BRADLEY AND SONS, Late M. L. Macartney, . . i...

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PLAIN ADVICE TO BRAIN-WORKERS. No. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 March 1888

PLAIN ADVICEI TO BRAIN-WORKERS. "No. 6. B, Y : ?;FAMIwY Docro . In attempting to give a few, words df plain amd homely advice to'brain s'orkers; I am really addressing a' :larger seotion of my readers than mightat first be supposed. With an ever-increasing population, i gradual rise in the price to be paid for the bare necessaries of life, and a conse quent lessening of the value of money, the struggle for existence--in this colony-is indeed a .hard one, and becoming apparently year by year still more hard. In some measure, however, the fault is our own. We are not a contented race, we seem constantly to forget the fact that' a contented mind conduces to lon gevity. We are unwilling to begin as our fathers began, in order to end as our fathers ended. The march is ever onward, the cry for ever " for ward." Hence we harass our brains, weaken both heart: and nerves, and !thus age ourselves in the race for i wealth or position, which very: often we cannot enjoy when we obtain. It is oft...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 March 1888

: ; adale Timberi Yard and Steam Joinery and Moulding Mills, HIGH STREET, ARMADAJ :All kinds of Sawn Timber, Mouldings, Skirtiiigs, Architraves Doors, Sashes, &c., at lowest current rats .:'' . A: large assortment of Builders' Ironmongery of every des cription always on hand. W. Harrison, Proprietor. °wATCHES : AND : JEWELLERY. THOMAS B. WAY, Importer and "Manufactireki of . W atches, - Clocks - and - Jewellery 35--BOURKE STREET--35 MELBOURNE. : to Sm : . ... z1 £100.- ·: Great Success of the Easy Payment System. Special Advantages of TlIO]IAS B. WAY'S System : SAFirst Advantage-Having made this system of Purchasing Watches of all descrip` tions, Diamand and other Jewellery a Speciality whereby persons can obtain a: first class article at CASH PRIcES~. .. .. Second Advantage-In consequence of the Easy Payments, thouSads'sof our leading citizens have already availed themselves of this Grand Opportunity of. obtaining , SGood Watch and Chain, &c. Third Advantage-By only...

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