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OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17. Before Messrs Looker, Jordan, Wilson, and Irving J's.P. ILLEGALLY REMOVING SOIL. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 20 October 1888

OAKLEIOH. POLICE OWJLURT' W EDNESDAY, OcTOBxRi 17. Before Messrs Looker, Joi daii;Wilsoni and Irving J's.P : ... ILLEGALLY : REMOVING SOIL; ' D. Bates and W. Bates were chaiged by'Seiiior Constable Greyw witli. re mioving soil fronim a carriage way. .:,Thiey bethi" pleaded guilty' anid ';the 'ifirst Irentioned was fined £3; `he hiavin b eei? brolught:up' before 'for.'a like ffdce and the' otlier defeiidant £2 with 2s Gd costs eah. ,' DISPUTED DEBT. OASES. J" Scott v. :J :?H. IHarisoni faor £18 lOs for 'goods sold? and i":elievered; Defendant admitted having 'received the gobods but coip?ilained that tlhe chago was .excessive. Order foir the amniouint with £1 6s costs. C ARBELESS CARTERS. Alfred ?iorey for having no name on his dray, anid, a batch ?f :carters named CO. Faigh, J.' Wildridge, A. Smith, C .Neilson' ad R. Beakin, for being away ;from. their teamsn ' were find a crown each. : INSULTING BEHAVIOUR. Samuel Robinet was charged by the     police with'...

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RECHABITE ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 27 October 1888

RECHABITE ANNIVERSARY. The first anniversary of the Hope of .Elsternwick Tent, I.O.R. was celebrated last Wednesday evening in the Recreation Hall, Murphy-street, when upwards of one hundred and fifty of the members, visitors and their friends assembled to partake of a tea laid out in the anti-rooms adjoining the large hall. After ample justice had been done to the eatables, an adjournment was made to the large hall, where under the presidency of Cr, A. Geddes, V.D.O.R. a concert in which the instrumentalists, singers, reciters, and actors ably acquited themselves. Cr. A. Geddes, P.D.C.R. in taking the chair, apologised for the .absence of Mr. Munro, M.L.A.. and - bter; ' ntmq i~ienting the members of S'ýho- Tent on'the handsome and im 1 posing appearance of the hall, said he was pleased as one of the offieers of St G~C rder to be present on the occasion v of their first anniversary, and the more so as the tent had since its inception steadily progressed. He urged the claims of the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 27 October 1888

HEARLE, DIXON & . CO, AUCTIONEER C J; H EARL'E.-.: C. J. HEARLE, I .ENTONI. . S. E. DIXON, 67 CHANoERY "LANE, .IMLB GEO. KEYS, CIIELTENAM. HIentone, jCheltenham, and 67 OhChncery Lane, Melboourne. BOYD & CO., PRACTICAL TAILORS 11 M1IALVERN ROAD Near Chapel street, PRAIHRAN. Fit, Style nud Workmanship Guaranteod. Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing Donb. Gentlemen's own material made up. Prices M:" odorat4e . .

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ABATTOIRS CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 27 October 1888

ABATTOIRS CONFERENCE. Pursuant to announcement, a con ference of representatives from' the Municipalities of Brighton, .Oakleigh, and Moorabbin met at the lloorabbin Shire Hall, South Brighton, last LMon day afternoon. There were present the President. and Councillors of Moorabbin, except Cr. Abbott on leave of absence, the 'Mayor and Cr. Burrows. representing the town of Brighton, and Crs. Wilson (president) and Binns from!Oakleigh. A letter was read from the Shire of Caulfield, declining to send represen titives, and the Secretary said he had not, invited the council of St. Kilda. On' the motion of Cr. Burrows of Brighton, seconded by Cr., M. Wilson, president of Oakleigh, the Mayor of Brighton the Hon. Thos. Bent, Esq., M.L.A. was unanimously voted to the chair. - The Mayor,' after intimating the object of the conference, called upon Cr. Potts, as the originator of the projected work, that gentleman, said it was 'high time that steps were taken in the matter of the establishment ...

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CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. Hospital Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 27 October 1888

CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. Hospital Sunday. Elsternwick.-Rev. J. Hay, 11 and 7 Oheltenham 3, Mentone 11, and Mordi alloe 7, Rev. R. Al. Fergus, M.A. Caulfield, Rev. H. B. Macartnoy, 11 and 7 Armadale, Rev. F. Webb. • Elsternwlck, Rev. P. Bailhache. Malvern, Rev. C. J. Godby, 11 and 7. Onkleigh, Rev. T. H. Rust. Brighton Congregational.-- Morning Rev. J. Rickard, evening Rev. O. Copland. Malvern, Rev. C. Moon, 11 and 7. Oakleigh, Rev. J. F. Gannaway, 11 and 7. Christian Chapel-Brighton, 11 and 7. Cheltenham, Mr. Goodacre, 7. Union Church-Caulfleld, Rev. J. Gregson 11 and 7. South Brighton Hall.- Mr. -- 8 - 7. Presbyterian.-Brighton. Rev. D. Gordon 11 and 7. Wesleyan Methodlst--Brighton, 11, Rev. C. H. Ingamells, 7, Mr. Webb. Mill Street, Rev. T. Ironsida 11. and Rev. J. B. Smith 7. East Brighton -Mr. Reynolds 11, and Mr. Wade 7. South Brighton, Rev. J. J. Brown 11, and 7....... . . Cheltenham, Mr., Morgan 7. Mordialloo, -Mr. A.. J. Smith. 11. and 7. Primitive Methodist-South Yarra, R...

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The Plot's Wife. A BALLAD OF THE SEA. I. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 27 October 1888

The ?lodt' Wifeo. A BALLAD OP TIE AEA. I. SThe moon shines out, with here are there a star, Bat furioue aloud-ranks storm both stars and moon, The mad sea drums upon the harbour-bar. Will the tide slacken soon? O Sea, that took'ab my youngest, ~ilt thou spare ?' -And the Sea answered through the black night-air, *I took thy youngest;. shall I spare to nightl' 'The thundering breaker, sweep and alseb the sands: - To woestward, lo t one line of cream.white foam; I raise to darkling heaven my helplesi hands e I watch within the home. O Sea, that took'et my eldest, wilt thou savet -And the Ste answered as from out a grave, 'I slow thine eldest son for my delight.' III. 'The giant waves plunge o'er the shingly beach; The tawny.maned great lions of the sea With pitilese roar bowl down all human sleech. eIs od far off from me 0 Bea, that slowest my none, mine husband spare i' The Bea'o wild laughter shook and rent the air; Lo I on the beach a drown'd face deadly white. -Delgravia. .EOnou B...

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No Hospital Needed. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 27 October 1888

No Hospital Needed. No palatial hospital needed for Dr. Soule's American Hop Bitters' patients, nor large. salaried talented punfers to toell what Dr Soule's American Hop Ilitters will do or cure. as they tell their own story by their certain and absolute cures at home. "' New York Indcpendcnt." A Great Enterprise. The Dr Soule's American Hop Bitters Manufacturing Company is one of Roches ter's greatest busliness enterprises. Their Dr SBole's American Hop Bitters have reached a sale beyond all precedent, having, from their intrinsic value, found their way into almost every household in the land. "Graphic." The Inventor. The invention of any machine that makes our, hard lives easier is ngreat boon; and the same may be said of the improvementof any article of daily usnee, such as soap, which enables the disigreecclo washing day to become easy and pleasant. This is done by Ozone Laundry Sonp. Large bare now sold by every grocer, price Is. Sole maker John Sutherland. Melbourneo, : ' , ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 27 October 1888

Uanaulore, Bathe, Lavatorloe. Large ooosgRumento just opened up, wltb sll latest Improvements and of approved do algns. John Danks and Son, 42 only Bourke ltseet weat, "felhoursne.-(A?wv ) The w?rkn on the Candahar Railway are beolng pubed forward. The tunnel through the Kbojak Mountaln oIs progresseing fast. When eomppleted, it will be five mlles long.

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ABSTRACT OF AUCTION SALES. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 27 October 1888

ABSTRACT OF AUCTION SALES. TIIIS DAY. Messrs Fraser and Co., in conjunction with Messrs Johnston and Appleton. at Hampton Park. Brighton Bench.-104 allotments near the Retreat station. MIessrs Baylee, Sheville and Co., at Bala clava road. Balaclava, at 3 p.m.-74 build ing allotments known as St. Anbins Estate. Messrs J. Vale and Son, in conjunction with Messrs Miles and Barry at Murrem beena, at 3 p.m.-Splendid business and residential sites. Messrs IHair and Gill, on the ground, at Ringwood near the station, at 3 lp.m.--94 grand allotments in the township of Ring wood. Mr O. McDowall in conjunction with Messrs Coverlid and Cuddon, and J. Day, on the ground.'at 3 p.m.-Second sale of business, mansion, and villa sites in the Malvern and Olen Iris Estate. Messrs J. Vale and Son, on the ground, at 3 p.m.-l1 business and villa sites immedi ately opposite the Cheltenham railway station. Messrs E. J. Dixon and Sons in con junction with Nessrs J. Townsend and Co., on the ground, at 3 p.m.-...

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A SURGEON'S TALE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 27 October 1888

A SURG~ul I5S TALE. n While completiog my ledical studies in SPoris-I became acquainted *with'IOvn HInm b m?eop. He was a Buseian student, whose home was somewhere hear the borders of Finland, where his faIbterowned miles upon miles of barren steppes, storm-swept daring the long winter and sun.ecorohed in the bhort numner. SHuammason Was one of the finest farmed Sm?n'Iever sew. Ho was a trifle ovtlr 6it, tall, and weighed !DOib. Had he been matcbed agalnoi John L., Sullivan in a 241t. ring I would have staked my last cent on him. The oritioal eye of ein anteomis: can deteot a dozen faults in lnlltvadi's build, but there were next to none in Hummaoon'e. Aler-. wards when he lay dead before me, I took cooteson to make some measnurments of hib magniflooen body, and found the proportions almost perfect. Of his muscular power I saw, during my short aoquaintance wishhim, some ,emarkable instances. Like mnelf. Hummaoan was attending the medical classes, but while I was attend ing s the lec...

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CURIOUS PROPERTIES OF NUMBERS [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 27 October 1888

CURIOUS PROPERTIES OFNUDMBERS Froim the ear;toet days, alter people learned to oount. many strange euperetition have been ateached to numbers. There s, of course, nothing really 'uncanny' about any partloelar'numeral or multiple of numer..le ; but alrcJ the human animal is naturally Intensely asuperstitious, it Is not surprising that the really curious propertles poseeesel by some numbers should have led the ignorant to senopose that there was somee "hing supernatural about tabhe fateful figure A good many sacred attributes attaoh to the rsat of all the numbers. It was considered to be the essence of thoC ester, since 'there is one faith, one law, nno bhptism.' Two was a very remarkablo number, by reason of dually having been so closely observed at the Creation; there was made light and arknsees, the sun and the moon, and the two sezes. Two represents the principle or contrast; each virtue has its oppolnog vice, and every joy is aconterbalooanced by a Borrow T'hree was the most saor...

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THE FROZEN PIRATE. CHAPTER I—THE STORM. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 27 October 1888

THEa FROZIEN PlRATE. BY W. CLAKIKE RUSSELL Authorot 'Thte Wreak of the troavenor,' ' Thu Ldy Mand,' ' A Sailore' Seathbeari,' teo., CHAPTER 1--Tl' Soaxr. The Laughing Mtary was a light ship, as w-=itore'teramaveeel that etands high upon the water, having discharged her cargo at Callao, 'from which part we were proceeding, I. ballast, to Cape Town, South Africa, there to sail tor orders O rt run to within a few parallels of the l.tttule of the Horn ban been extremely tle sant ; the proverbial ildnese of the Pa:idc Ocean was in the mellow.aweetnee ofi the wind and it, the gentle undulations he sildver-faced swell ; bat scarce had w , . d?d the height of forty. miles nine degree. 'when the weather grow ?ullen and dark, a heavy bank of clouds of a livid he .rose iin the north.asec, and the wInd came and went intu small gans, the pasta vegting thetmselves in dreary moe.s, neomuoti. thst..our oldest bands confeesol they had never heard 'antsa mose portel. os. - The gale came on with some ...

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CRIMINAL TYPES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 27 October 1888

C?LstIINAL TYPiS. A French doctor hae recently puhlialo] a aoutoue synopaie of the recent OCimioal Au. thropoloptoal OongrMe, He has dloovored that, camttrry to what is often tel oved, the orsimlal, as a role, has not a feronloon coun tenanoe, and tie more hardened ha Is, th cofter teo exproyretou uo the fe, antl the floor the traits. Abnormal dorcloDmsnt of hbo jaws, absence of beard, abn?nuanco of hair, and a lapping e.r, are alto evidenoct of moral obliquoity. Tlhn portrtlt of criminals oxhiolted by 8. 0. Payne at the last photo graphlo exhibition ought to Fe valuabl) eli dletnoe on this point. lSpeakinig from rtodl Icotlon, there were certainly some of the faoes which were well favoured but the majority were ilt-looklug and or a low typ ot IntelligeceO But probably thbee were crminloas of small ambltion, and Imprisoned for snob trifles as potty larceny, misoodmo. nour. burglar, eta. The orimlual type men tioned' by r the Freoch dootor refeer to suob notoraetl is Lacentre, Pel, P...

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ZYMINE PEPTONISING POWDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 27 October 1888

ZYMINE PEPTONISINO POWDERS. Gowe' milk is as Important an slimont as any known to man; but it is not ndapted to the digestive powere of all. The milk of the non-cud chewers preoipitntes in flike .in the stomach, while that of the cud.chewers forme heavy cards. It is thus seen that milk like the c.w'd, which forms thick donue cuds, is not perfectly adopted by nature to the digestive capabilities of the stomacb of the young of man. Oue groat difference, then, between cote milk and mothers' milk is in tho degreo of their digestibility. When cows' milk is taker, it forms a denoeheavy curd, difficult to digest, while motlroru' mrlk forme fline feathery tlolita. It aoi Peptonisliu Powder (Iairchlld) be added to a pint of cows' milk, there is imparted to it all the bland, nutritious and vital prooerties of mothers' milk; it will no longer ourd e, and becomes identical with the latter lh colour, taste, odour, reaotion, and the pro portion and qcality of cas. in ; in the stomach It orms'lune...

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COSSACK AND SEPOY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 27 October 1888

S COSSACK ANIYSEPOY. The' "Army and Navy Gazatte" says that there as a most Intereatlng cbapter in Major Yate's bcoo on Nor thern Afghaulsta,. eutitled ' Oerseck and Srpoy" That bhese two; types of soldiers may at a' no very remote period meet on the tie'd of battle is oansiered by M.jor Yate euftli :set jastiioa ion f r drawing as he does . comparison between teem In their mniitry aepeot. 'A deecription of the Coeeack by a British offoaet who has seen him, and in a way lived with him, on aitive service, merits oaroful consideration. M.jor Yate's compart son' is, on a balano . of qualities being struck., markedly inc favour of the Sepoy. The first point that suggests itself for comparison is the matter of oress, and here the soldier diplonmatiet iedicates seveeal details in which the Russiaae are in advance of as. • The Coeseak uniform is of the seame oat for officers and for men, the former, however, having somewhat- finer material. It cosrists of a fiat"tepped cap, a short frock c...

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THE YOUNG FOLKS. MY PLUCKY BOY TOM; [?]R. SEARCHING FOR CURIOSITIES IN INDIA FOR MY SHOW. CHAPTER XXXIV.—OUT OF THE LION'S JAWS [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 27 October 1888

THE YOUNG FOLKS.' MY PLUCKY BOY TOM; a,1 SEAROttING FOuR URIOBITIiS IN INDIA FOR MY SHOW. Bt P. T. BannuM. CtAP?BRa XXXIV.-OuT or Tua Lios's JAws turing rats extraordinary Interview with dtommn. King of the Wild Men of the "iountains, Lom Bradford made the bet use .osaibl, of his eyes and eare. .tlle fire; feeling was that of amazoment, not the terrible monarch of beasts, which ".ly a short time before had devoured one ,I the hunters, should permit himself to be tandled in this fashion with Impunity. lie noticed the alarm that dlfiased tIlelf ,moog thq esvages on the approach of the ,prive, even though he seemed to be curely held by his caspo:e and their ropee But a sorutiny of the animal himself evealed a fret to Tom, Mr. Godkin, and tchoor that ,xplalnrd the curious situation T"o huge muzzle, which had snapped teelf shut about the head of the lion, im riaonieg bhis jaws so that he wes unable to .se them, moast have infurlated him at fieat i'ltoro were scratches and wounds along th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 27 October 1888

ELEVEN LINGERING DEATid, It is always palnl to reod of, and still more so to waOIC a once vigorOUs life estruallng to ward off an inevltable, but too slowly approaching death. Ileing icritable,. thg gloom to not brigbhoned by hope. unleos It ic the hope t|hanI one orlIs mao como and haxtrul the end. For t beenffosr'a rake It i bettsl heat4ned, as well an for that of the patiaon and eympathntlo on looker. The o3rmmontly lhai thereforoe to hocongratulated on oll t?ina doman of ,ght, and the hanoly extatceod d a'h of th- other three orc.lloed dolanfootant., . .tli' will I?av. lHunter'* the Ot anud only survivor, aod render flrtbher dl?appoinllog exzprimenta ouneceAlry. Sold evory w hro In tinr, bht vory cheaply.In buls b- ýuninsl Lnwe. Tram Termiloe, Collins WHY! !!! WRY? ?? WHY?>; ?.r WHY? ???. WHY??t WCYt? WRY!??! WIRY?'??? WRYME WHY do I have tbhi drowe., Ilfel,.e feeling? Why do I bave beeeaksbe ' Why neuralgia and ehenisatiesm? Why does soro. ulone taint anol erjaypelaa show it...

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THE KAISER AND THE CZAR. (ST. JAMES S GAZETTE.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 27 October 1888

THE KAISER AND THE CZtR. (ST. JAMOS S OAZLTaz.) " Yor konw I love you dealy."eald the Killer to the (ntr. " Itk hunan machinations can oar destbles reilnd shlp moe. If gu?o.n wele o ar olntdomato. the anlvetsa would e N?l nqadrone ,on, or erelmentv, but only amltr. I'm bTund to a eep an amry. or YO tooe there l s foo rThl'a rretleta ad iag~reedve-, ?u uolrkeo pusethl, you know. Aod aS for ath my navy and my retinue of war, I keep 1I jlust for vlsl"' laid the KaIser to the Czar. Th?n once again the monarchd swore eternal fliened to be; Umathree ; haen aIte1ward he showed to i m h ?lO re peoting And ,li him all the mtghtytblaes that with It could be done ; flow halt dct nn nuscovites or Farenchsmein I a rO llht wrolh a longle bullon be despatobhed to freal below. Ut u tnto," he added eweetl7, and Invoked hie ptrtno Isar, "I anouldn't think of nuing IL" " Of cosleer ut." teld the Cz.r. So pleaoe, hts mighty rajelty no all tieo dBIsti tnads Shrd teanrso joy ad wept aloud, an ed glalpd i...

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THE KING OF SPAIN'S FIRST ORDER. (PALL MALL BUDGET). [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 27 October 1888

THE KING O0 SPAIN'S FIRST ORDER. (PALL MALL BUDGET). "RI non a vero a ben trovato" ono is Inclined to say on hearing she story of the first order given by his youthful Majesty, King Alfonso XIII. This young gentleman is approaohing the ago when Royal Infants are exp. oted to do withoutnurree, and learn obedlSnoC and wisdom from governersea and tutors. The young King's nurse has there fore been intimated that he, enrvices will shortly no longer be required, and that .ho may return to her hbosband and child in tbs o3untry. The nurse, how ever, Is greatly attaohed to her charge, and after repeatedly, but vainly, pleading bher cause with the Queen Regent, she has discovered a means by which to ensure her stay in the Royal Spanish household. Kig Alphonso is just learning to talk, and when recently he was taken into a room where the d gnitarien of Sttoe were assemnbld to onn. vines themselves by personal Inspection of hi- Majesty's well-being, the latter, in baby. Spanish, called out, "' ...

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FIGHTING THE SLAVE TRADERS. PLUCKY ENTERPRISE IN EAST AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 27 October 1888

FIGHTING THE SLAVE TBADE1R. PLUCKY ENTERPRISE IN EAST aFRICA. Writing from Qullllmane, under date 9:h July, a correspondent of "The 'imoea says on has recolved the following nies from Karonga, at the north end of the Nynssa Lke :-',Our reinforcements have now oe.rly all sarrived, We are ewenty-six whiers (Saiotish and Eaglise,). with nearly 400 natives armed with rifled. Wi-h tnia force we shalt uoon now mwke move. Thework is muoh more diffiulte than It was before, owing to the strengthening of tao Arab stookades and the reinforcements supplied ebem ; but there can be no fitnohiag or draw ing baok now. The nexs mall that goos down rhi lake will, I hope, ourry you news of our success." At this stage in the progress Of a straggle that is being watched with kee. Interest by all concerned in Central Atfrican affairs (conutnues the aerrespondent) the letter loaeas, and somet weok will pr..bably pass before more news roaches ou Twenty selmen-it so not agroat number, and yet it is the larg...

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