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A YEAR BEHIND THE TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 20 October 1888

A' YEAI BEH11IND 2H1E t6BiM&'""' Tite o Ioomor of SIho tdetdcf et tý" *l Gresieink is t wire rou, as the. mu plg "e atoll t'A of him in an 4mezicorr pe.9 He rne Meby ste. ship .sbU brira~. h m 1.1e. snnw4l suppltoe eopies ef aº; dolyl ulasaa itt Oi eoIaapeu aur kit: y th. r tr coltirg. Hu arapot sea.tibo papees" ho qg ordur of ,hthir. dates, mud then elofei` l9& aliamlty .coe t paper roit day, Jetst B b.Bfbpp it 'CB hseeb- flow. tbe prase.; X* s omtstivPS itroatyip tmupted te peer , rt. fanot lip byradltin ee'ro peesa ebePi wbeb,.;: bh COma1 DOrOeCief lit h oires k" hue bs. reeiltt the tamptatioe5 Do mestier hot as4rs. ho i't4o know the fats of iomw moasars.,% ~ day'. ptkper for ouch day Ia his role ; agdiea att the end of ae fa-t hte 15 theisupg1 . familiar 'i th the onee ho the II, "I4 hie to jaisaio bogpitp me tb&t O p . titch di)' Ii ptkAt Oal be. prase"

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 20 October 1888

Four auddon Doath?: The nowe of the oaubronk of dipbborio at Lismuro has been immediately followed by thboe nnoocomnut that no lower than four deathe have already, roaulted. Thia disonee and typhoid havo now, apeoally as eummer is approaching, to be epootallyguarded against ii we would osoapo the serious rcaponasiility ot exposlng ouroelvoe and our rhildren to the uneoon butdoedlya?ldieanogerme which floalt il the ait we breatheo. ;I Is lthuroutaorgontly rooommonded that every houleoholder aoes that clooote, drains, eto., are kept se?sot and. hltrmline by the daily uea of I[untor'e O, dorls,o Sioinfeltont. Tina everywhere. Very chesp by the bag, at Samuel Lwe'e, tram torminues, Collins stroet wvar.-(AD'" ) Gaasllors, Bathe, Lav.atorles. Large conaligmentS Jlst openas' up, wilt ,all latest Improvements and of approved cL Ilgns. John Danke and Son, 4 eanliBoarke streetr wet, Melbrne;-(ADVr ), . SRan'omo., Dlm% and JotlIrio, Lim ted, John Danke n?nl Bon 42(ortly) Bourke street west, Me...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LANOLINE COLD CREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 20 October 1888

.L&NOLINE COLD CREAM. Trds is emollcnt, prot.ctivo and heaaing. It Bupplit. the utin with Creaom" natural to It. antd io highly priired for abraulon.,' fuCoti patchbes,: he.pe.. ohappd hendr, rouuhooea *id 'har4n,.ef, etc. Mlanufotlured by Burroughs, -Welcome and Co., of Lonrdon.

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EUCALYPTINE LANOLINE SOAP. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 20 October 1888

EUCALYPTINE 'LANOLINE SOAP: Lanolino Soap is free from all objectione, sm Luanoline.id the fat natural to the skin?and nair, and is absorbed by these at once. Lanollote soap, instead of drying the ekin, keepe it uft,. of natural colour audplisnor. So pepetrating is Lanolines that'a little of It rubbedon the skin is absorbed st once; and a moment later paper or silk passed over the sut face shqwe:no sign of grease.' It contains no Irritati ig free:faty acids or other deleterioun: matterl -Furthermore, by the aidoe Lanoline any me?lcameut can be most' readily intro douced ino theo sstem. Eaoalyptiqe.Lanolino Soap is medicated with the pare volatile active princlplea die-: tilled from the leaves of tbe Eucalyptus tree, The cleanusing, purifying, -etorative infloence of 'Enailyptine upon the skin, eapedlallyr in cases of pimples, chapped -bsnder. abralone,. freokles; andothet dicolourations, has often been aiuinoed. ::The sanitary effects, therefore, of Eucalyp' tine Lanoloe Soap, are s...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 20 October 1888

&GBIOUULTURMA NOTES. Crops and gri;s h.,vo already revived wonderfolly sinse the reisent ral6, sgit A l9 growth - I everywhere notleekble .. The weather, however, has sitt ri'kithter warm-+ so warm, In feet, thatanother downpour wilt anxiously be looked for.. Shearing is,not general on the princIpal sheep etations tor this colony, and so far as we have learnsl the o'Ip s turning out esatisfatooly. The rabbit plague is increaeing in some places, and shire connocils will reqoiro to be'on the. alert, else this destructive pest will agaia. succeed in getting the upper hand of the landholders,. Showery weather has been experienced' i New South Walse during the past ten daya= and the pastares are rapidly beginning ito freshen up. In Biverina, is ple asieig"'t report, some very heavy showers basrefllea' but not sufflaient, however, to run on the. surface. Muobh more rain is required in' order to brighteo, the prospects for tha summer. Aloong the coast It is gratifylogie be able to ...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CARL DUNDER. SOME GENERAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 20 October 1888

CARL DUNDEE. t SOIE GENEIAL ODSOEVATIONO. II IsIhas to live my lifeoater again I oxpeti Id0o'no better ash pefore. Nopody knows how to live until be vhae about ready to die Nopody votena sooch a good frlendt to me dot he cin tell me vhere I should reform onlesse I get mad mit him. It vbae human nature dot we all believe we vhae good enough. In trying to get something for nothing in die world we cheerfully buy twodollare' worth of cigadr for der man who gite us a ttecket to a feetty-eont show. I do.n' see some loafers around midont I wonder dot Nptura vhts eo foolih., She could ehuat asb well hat used cop dot material to grow fooence-rails anod bitobing-pot. If you find me some man who vhae ,atls fled mit der weather and der peop!ao and dcr world, I show you somepody who vitae ripe for either Healen or der idiot atylum. Voen I like to pound on my drum I forgo. dot I bhar ome nesighbours who may like to ehleepi. Vhen I like to ahleeo myself my neighbour should be put in shaft if he pl...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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SPRING'S DELUSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 20 October 1888

SPRING'S DELUSIONS. If there is anything in Nature whioh can awaken enthusiasm and arouse the hesrt:of men and women, it is to be found at the present teason of the year. Poets have soang about it; artiset have gone wild over it, and meanwhtle the beautif(nl Spring has gone on luring people to their graves. Under every blade of aprirging greas it the germ of death. Beneath every budding tree lurks the demon of dlse.~e It is not necessary to inqetro why this is so : it is sufficient to know that It is so. And that it is so, the languid feeling of nearly every individual amply shows. The slugglsh condition of the blood, the msalrial poisons which are drawn in with every breath, and the germs of disease that are ab sorbed in innumerable ware all prove the dangerous nature of the season that divides the Winter and Summer. But the query naturally arises: "Heow can this be prevented?' The Spring comes every year end most be met. It mar be dasgerone but how can it be avoided? There is plai...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SCIENTIFIC. THE LICK OBSERVATORY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 20 October 1888

ECIENTIFIO. THE LICK OBSERVATORY. The astronomers at the Lick Observatory devote six days a week to scientific work. Each has a dietinct work, and all keep busily employed. Two scientiste are at work usually at the large glass and others are at the mari dian circle, the l2in telescope, or engaged in tmes other department. The enthusiasm of all is marked, and to the visitor it becomes contagious. Atmosphere, at this lofty height, and astronomy become alike exhilarating. The astronomers become so interested that daye of the week and months anod events of the world below them slip by unnotieed. Profeessor Holden hse descended to San Joid and outside civilisation only once since he went to the mountain in lMay last. Much of the work done has been preliminary to actual cientific roaeult, and now real work that will make all the world look to Mount Hamilton is about beginning. In spite of the great care, wonderful fore. thoughte and execution of the Lick trustees there have remained. many...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LORD WOLSELEY ON MILITARY GENIUS. OUR ONLY GENERAL ON THE GREATEST GENERALS OF ALL TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 20 October 1888

LOttD) WOLjELIY ON MILI£AtY GENIUS. Owu O YLr araat onL Tono GA TESav Ga?saal?a. O ALL Taus. To the "Fortnightly Review" for SeptOm. ber Lord Wolseley contributes a very inte resting paper on Military Genius, from which the following are extracts of the more inte resting passages : THE tNFLtSiNO5 Or HEBORO ON BHITORT As nations have boeen destroyed by indi. vidualse, so, too, they have been created by in dividuals, How, then, can it be said tbat all the groeet political and national revolutions of the world are the direct outcome vt natural laws ? Into every phase of hietory the 'heer ability, will, force of character, the very idiinecraeios of individuals, and saote all other things, the military genius of great commanders or rulere, enter very largely as powerful factors for good or evil, Should we over have bad the Orseadee had Peter the Hermit never been born ? And in that caeo how different would have been the history of European civilisation I What an influence Holland has exe...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WIT AND HUMOUR. HOW TO WASH CLOTHES WITHOUT RUBBING [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 20 October 1888

WIT AND. HUMOUR. HOW TO WAS .CLOTHES WITHOUT I RUBBING I Tak a quarter bar ol Gennine Magi 80oap, diseolve in Irom 12ail to 15gal, water (a" ordlnary copper). When the water is boiling thorogrbly, put in the dirty clothes (hioab need dot be steeped beforehand) and boil for twenty minutes. ccanalonally stirring them un with a stick. Then rine well twice in cold sater; and they will be pesfeotly clean and white. Be careful to ret Genoine IIa.c (ttamted "a heart oierced with an arrow"), lor it, does not injure the finest clothes or tenderest skio, which many imitatione do.

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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Soraps. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 20 October 1888

Soraps. The " Jigna" is one of the curses of Blerra Leone. c is a little insect which horrows. unseen under the too or finger nails, bhailds leat the elre of a small O'a, and fills It with 10.000: tgge, which, If alloed ento hatch ont, disoerse the~ielveea throuRh the body. and may cause death. Two doge have bsen decoratrd fosr Ortaery kldd fidelity by the Sooiety for the Previ tiao' ofO'Cuelty to animale in. Parls. One ansed itd mltelse from a burglar, and tbo other its master's child from drowni-r'. Sloe'lhbo openiog of the railway' between Tiob-toin and Taku CObhin, the oratls have been very full, and the orowdleig to them of the thousande of na'ives argur. well f-r th. uooores of tholine and for ersonione of theo undertaking In the future. Ilobert Loula t8 evoanou'e ddlliotion of " The BIlack Arrow" to his wtt.. Is lngenioia and unique. In It be asyv: "'I have watohed with Interetl, with p+iu, and at leonglt with amuaosmnt, . your u availiog. attempts to poruse ' The Black Arcow...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 20 October 1888

John Dankrn an4 song Irlgotlnrc IfuCLogin %leorro. John Danko iond HRon, 42 Dourke etrong wror, Melbourne, ae rtow more than ovor devoting thrmeolroea to thii. 3n0 of buinooom. 'I'belr Mlonitor pump for horebo wooike in ralli inoavroiioe, and oi t I smene imo coapablo of Irrigating largeo arooh; having aoeored the emsnoy of Mocuro. Ratoooccee, Blm., end Jeirrioe for portable aenloges PJeeere. Danko end Slon are able)o i corn rte *all tfr lergs irrleetIOf ploats., si tn ln·ig centrifuoal ynmps, engine and pipes romp)Ile, end, being. tbosongim pragtical sepiusee, their goods resy be always relied upon. A Large snook ,f cspmeiei Dil" lor BeCeltin £IKmIu a 0.. ttr btIG.m.A FORTY POUN.DA R1E WA'BD;' WILLIAM DUNCAN, formerly of Surrey, Sngland--wm iu nm Fran o,o* I87243-in or near Melbourne as tutnr about '187-4 1 will bhear ncw to hia advantago on eommuunkcntin-? with me. or'the above reward will be paid for ionolu- - Slve evidence of hia death. It. HADEN PITI8 , nolicitor,.Melbourne. L....

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AN ARTIST'S CLEVER SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 20 October 1888

AN ARTIST'S OLEVER SOHES. Everybody has beard of Frank Millet. He paints pictures and writes magazme articles in time ot peace, but when a war is ' on! he becomes .a :.wrr correspondent,' and Is likely'to turn up in the 8oudae, the Trans. vail, or the Balkans. But there was a time when he was not known. He cent pictures to exhibitions, to be eure, and good ones. but no one paid any particular attention or said anything about them. Oneday he conceived an idea. He painted apltotro of a lady in black bitting on a bright red sosa againes a viviy yellow ground. The effect wee just a ,trifo.startling. Friends who saw it in process of production expcatu lated with him and asked him what be was going to do with it. They w?ere simply astounded when be announced that he wee going to send it to the exhibition. Tbhe itloured with himn but in vaen. They told him that the critics would ' wipe the floor wi'h him.' ' They can't do that without mentionlog me,' said Frank, quieily ' and they'veo nver...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SULTAN'S HOUSEKEEPING. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 20 October 1888

THE SULTAN'S HOUSEKEEPING. P There are over 6,000 persons (says the lOi 'N.w Y rk Herald') fed three times a day m at Daln c-Blgthab Palace whilo the iultan id or there. I NEVER A HITCH OR JAa, Ol That there slgood executive ability in the to msnar?nent of this enormous household a laI clear, fur there Is scarcely over a jar or a foi hitch ven under the Impulse of the moat at untime'y damands. Every different deparvt- i, ment it nuder the control of a person who is is directly reponsiblo for that, and he has a corpe of servanta and olavre under hib orders, t who obey hl. only acd heis subjeot to tohe Treansur-r of the l5oanehold. Women haver - Oe rol whatover in. the moanegemnent of enyth+ng in any departmentr. 'notr in mule oc?liation Is to wait open their roepeotiov mistre0aeo or to eorve the Baln'n in some apoclilod capacity, nod the labr urIs tao subdivided that no one about ithe hole palace works very herd exoopt the Lord High Ohabitierlaii aniidTreoaurar It ci tica leoueshold....

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A GIGANTIC [?]OSSIL. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 20 October 1888

A GIGANTIC ITO3SIL. 1',ateanor F. W. Crauln, of wVslibumn Col 1ev,o, gceo'tlp diocoverod at Dnon, O~boron Uoontw, IC iwi++e, the Petrified rewaitu+ of a houe foseil. Penfreror Osoein lronaoncre It the moet remaskable ,pnotmen found since 1877. ITe animal cnoplerte w as n little over IG6 in Itilali. Th'e jawl wneasure 31 8ml, the nook betweon 41. mad 81t lone, srod tho body about Sts Iona, and ite or 41t throuoh. I Iaad imnmene toeeb about hia In enoath. KI bad Alpper quitoe simlalr to a ,safo, and Its foot two in number, weore sort. It Is plain dhna it woe en aquatio animal of the. roottl~te age.

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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POISON IN THE CIGARETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 20 October 1888

POISON IN IHE CIGARETTE, ,'Modicum' .writes to. a. contampcrary. from .i?ddaistx.-, 9b*?4 --.- vinog .'od in mý .private apraotoq - ad that of - the hospital, a marked ncrea~ao of malgldnnt tbroat diseases, ,I,, -togetlijr with my col leIguqa,.. bavo madg .aoma.. very careful researches Into ti?q causes .of this, and finding That male. were almost ex olualvely affected, led ua on the track that smoking was in a great maoy instances, the primary cause... I am not by any meanp one of those who conalder,.tho pipe, a cigar, or the. ordinary cigarette injurione; but I am persuaded that the cigarette imported from Egypt or Turkey Is mixed, presulnably to give at a peculiar taste or flavour, with some insidious polson. I am led ito this .couclualon by a careful analysis l of bothih b, hobmo manufao ture and that of the foreign ; in thei latter a large proportion of opium and au nolassi" fled alkaloid was manifest, whloh was totally absent in the former, and it will be obvious that on irlia...

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BRIGHTON LITERARY DEBATING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 20 October 1888

' ;BRIGHTON:LITERARY DEBATING n: : CLUB. i On Tuesday evening of last week, the i usual fortnightly, meeting of the above club was, held at the-Library; The president, +; Lister,. Esq.,. ocou pied the chair; The attenidance; was very.j good..' Y arious other " matters having.,been disposedof, the secretary, read , a.rletter -which he had, just received, apologising for the unavpid able i absence, of£ the member who. had intended: to ;introduce the, question foridiscuseion that evening,swl?,W,as thi action of the Victorian Qovernj Iment in :the recent Chinese diffloulties justifiablel . . Mr. J.:.G.. Sprigg, L.L.B.,: rather than let the debate lapse, consented to opon'it,, which; he did in a very able manner. ,i:In order, to palliate the action of our igovernment; in, theolate Chinese dificulties, ,it has been, ro'; iterated .again : and "again that, the governmenti feared .an invasion 'of .Chinese.' "This was merely the cryof .the moment, .and served to gratify, the 'prejudices,of a...

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CAULFIELD POLICE COURT. MONDAY, OCTOBER 15. Before Messrs Holland, Watts and Ballantyne J's.P. NELIGENT DRIVING. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 20 October 1888

CAULFIELD POLICE COURT . MONDAY, " OCTOBnR 15. Before; Messra Holland, Watts, and s ;Ballantyne, J's.P. NELIGENT DRIVING. " 'John Parker, a cabinan, was charged' by. Constable " Loorham with -'negli gent driving, : and ". pleading guilty was cautioned, and: fined £1. Win. 'McClure for a similar' offence whilst in charge of a vehicle laden with -produce had to pay a' like fine. ' DANGEROUS' FORMATION.: Johlin Wall; contractor,; was charged .with allowing a dangerous' formation 'to be ':insuffceutly protected, as well as not keeping a light burning to'ward off accidents. Constable Jordan said there' had 'been' several complaints I made: about this excavation. It was partly fenced' but very insecure and unsafe.: There was no-light of any kindfplaced thereon althdugh he bad cautioned -the, con. tractor repeatedly. 'Accused who 'was represented by his brother, was severely reprimanded andifined £5 to:be levied by distress, STRAY HORSES. SW;.Clarke,"Jas Moran, Robt :Arm strong `and • John...

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GOOD TEMPLARISM IN OAKLEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 20 October 1888

"GOOD TEýPLARISM IN.OAKLEIGH;: O.f Fridary 12th, iiist. da Good Teia-' lar lodge was-successfully inaugurated in Oakleigh.; The meeting was held' at ..Mes'srs. Martin and .Chandler's,: builders '6of Oxford Street. This firm have kindly allowed the. free use of their workshop for a lodge-room, sparing no labour, and at some inconvenience they have fitted it up, making it' a very con venient and comfortable room' for su?li meetings.. . The room was tastefully decorated by sisters Carter and Chandlei, .who by a free use of heath and wildflowers etc, made neat and effective decorations for the occasion. The 'attendance was far in excess of the available room, a.large number of visitors from other lodges were unable tb gain admittance. . The lodge \vas opened by a resident of Ballarat, Bro. Binder Past'. Grand Chief Templar, assistedby Bro.Patrick, Grand Marshall,'Bro. Martin, Grand Superintendent of Juvenile Templars, and visitors from several lodges. After'several new members were duly...

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WHO MAKES THE BEST WIVES FOR WORKING MEN? [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 20 October 1888

WHO MAKES THE BEST WIVES FOR WORKING MEN ! Among the working classes it is literally true that the wife is the better half. It is she who chiefly gives tone and direction in matters e fecting the social, moral; and materlal'well-heing of the family. Perhaps the beat type of wife that a working man can select is tn. daughter of a working-o'ase house hold of the better kind, whcee parentS have had the need and the means for keeping her at nome as a " mother's help." Such girls, however, nrecomparatively rare. The cla-s from which, as a role, the beat workiig m en's wives are d rawn is the domestic servant clas-tboe domestic servant class proper, that is, as distinct from the ' eravey' laus; for elavey is often a convartible term for slattern. . Domestic servants, io donbt, sometimos lhrow .;hemselves, Away'. npon worthless "'ebands. by whom'thbey are drsgged" diwn intothe eocul elough of, 'drepoud; but they make the best wives to such working men as do not marsy until they are, inthei...

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