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ELSTERNWICK IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14. Present:— Messrs Reid (Chairman), Ure. Kirkham, Coppin, Sincocks senr. Sincock junr., Wise. Weymess, Coghlan, and Pinnock. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 March 1888

ELSTERNýIOK IMPROVEMENT COM C O M e MITTEE. e EDNESDAY, MARno 14. *s Present:-Messrs Reid (Chairman), Ure. f Kirkham, Coppin, Sincoqks agnr. Sincock t junr., Wise. Weymcss, Coghlan, and Plnnock. I CORRESPONDENOE. d The correspondence consisted of three letters, the first from the Brighton Town Council re Elster drain which they informed o the committeew as being attefided to. The g second from the Railway ý Commissioners e stating that the matter of the siding at h Elsternwick station was being attended to. The Secretary was instructed to convey the. thanks of the committee' tb the Commis-' e sioners' for their prompt action, and later on in the evening Mir Coppin having stated that the. petition to the commissioners asking for agate for the convenience of the residents in Garden Vale Estate was signed by about 150 persons, the Secretary was re quested to forward the same, and also to urge the commissioners to accede to the request. - 3 The third communication was from the Education...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH BLACK STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 March 1888

CONOREGATIONAL (HURCH BLACK * : STRRET. The church choir of the above-eaeisted by Mrs Mortimer- and other .iell-known lady hand geiitlemen:amneteurs' renidered the Sacred Cantata " Judah's Captivity" last Tnesday evening in the church, to a full and'appreciative-congregation. .The :ijastor of the chlurah the Rev. J. Ri'hatd occupied the chair, G. F. Bradley Esq.. had the' onerous post of reader and Mr *-W. B..Harighton .presided in his usually able manner as organist. The proceeds :which;were somewhat substantial. a.e to be devoted tiwards the organ fund.

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CHURCH SERVICES. WESLEYAN CHURCH ELSTERNWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 March 1888

CHURCH 8ERVICES, WES?LBYA C ROn CH ELSTERNWICK. ,The ,opening services in connection with the newly erected Wesleyan Church at the corner of 8len Huntly and Orrong roads, (of which. a full description of the, building was given by us when the Memorial Stone was laid) were held last Sunday, when three sermons were preach ed; that in the morning by the Rev. W. Quick, afternoon by Rev E. W. Nye and evening by Rev. J. Watsford. The con gregations were good and the discourses powerful and pungent. On Tuesday evening an excellently got up tea was provided by. the ladies of the church and congregation, the tea being held ii a marquee, and was partaken of by a . .ery large number of the members,: adherents, and visitors. After tea an adjournmtent was made to the new church, where a public meeting was held presided over by the Hon. "M? H. 'Davies, ?Speaker of the[ Legislative Assembly. -'The `secretary (Mr Davies) read a r'. port -Whiiih- tated'that the"land' on' which" the church is erected...

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BRIGHTON FREE LIBRARY. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7. Present:— Messrs. Burrows (president), Darvall (secretary), Black, Cottrill, Drew, Francis, Hayball, Hughes, Kyd, Lloyd, Small, Sprigg and Stephens. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 March 1888

BRIGHTON FREE LIBRARY. WEDNESDAY, MMARCHI 7.. Present :-Messrs. Burrows "(presi dent), Darvall .(secretary), Black, Cottrill, Drew, Francis, Hayball, Hughes, Kyd,.Lloyd, Small, Sprigg and Stephens. ?... S CORRESPONDNOCE. Froni' E. Lucas, town' olerk of Brighton,. informing the= council.. that at their last ordinary meeting they' had elected as their representatives on the committee of management for the Brighton Free Library, the mayor Cr. Francis and O'Shea,, and on the trust, His Worship the mayor-Re ceived. . From. the. publishers of the "'Aus tralasian. Directory," asking the com mittee to become subr:oribers, the cost being £3 3s.--Not entertained, but. secretary authorised to procure a copy of Sands and "M'Dougall's Melbourne dictionary: .. From J. Mackay,: stating that in consequence of inability to got a com pany together, 'he could not undertake to give the promised performance in aid of the library until afte~ Eaater. Received. TREABURER'S IREPORT . The treasurer reported ...

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

Colleges and Schools. "FINIs CORONAT OPus." BRIGHTON LADIES' COLLEGE S(" Ellesmere,") ST. ANDREW STREET, Near the Town Hall PaRNCIPAL: MRS. J. HAINES, (Late of Clifton Hill Ladies' College), For several, years teacher under the Board of Education, " Assisted by 1.MISS A. E. COX. English Literature and Mathematics, S. GRENFELL, B.A., L.L.B. French and German, HERR OTTO MULLER.: Drawing and Painting,, J.. F. JONES, EsQ. " Pianoforte, T.-J. HAMMOND,EsQ., Mrss BURKITT, R.A.M., MRs. ORR, and Miss A. E. COX :Calisthenics, Misss DICK and MOON. fti ,3y . f .i.n .iO fIsemess ,; !. . M.Ss A, E. COX. TERMS (Payable in advance) Day Pupils: English (as below), also Languages One and half to Four Guineas per Term Resident Pupils (under 12 years): English (as below), also Languages, Music, and Painting Twelve Guineas per Term Resident Pupils (over 12 years): English (as below), also Languages, Music, and Painting Fifteen Guineas per Term ENGLISH in its various-branches "cm .rL priser Ieadiig, .Wr ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 24 March 1888

SNERVO S.,.,,,. M yox, young and old,, married or sigleo,i suffering from Norvous Debility, Promature Decay, Loss of Manhood, Vital Power, and all diseasee of,tho Gonito, Urinary 'Organs, may obtain, fro~,,ayvg4ablo ,treatile by an eminent Surgepn,.cqptginin' full iiuforni-i tion rogardjnP 9oif!. tAtmoat by, 4pplylng by letter'to Box 1081, SG.P.O., Sydney.

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BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, MARCH 23. Before :—Messrs Sprigg and Huntly J's.P. PLAYING AN ILLEGAL GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 24 March 1888

- BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, ,M?AROH 23.: ,Before:-Messrs Sprigg and Huntly'J's.P. PLAYING AN ILLEGAL GAME. John Smith was charged by Constable Holland with playing an illegal game on the Elsternwiok racecourse :on the 17th inst. The offenice was fully proved, and he! was fined £2 and the apparatus to be forfeited. INSULTING BEHAVIOUR. Thos. Small was charged by Constable Murphy with entering the licensed premises of Mr Morris at the Red Bluff, Sandring ham, and refused to leave. The; sergeant said that acooused had been very violent and resisted the police to the utniost, but they had no desire to' -press, the latter charge. Constrable Murphy oorro'orated the state mont made by the sergeant. Accused said he resided at Hawthorn Road, Caulfleld, and on the acc-sion in question he had overstopped the bounds of moderation. He had never been -placed in such a position before. He was cautioned and fined £1. STRAY GATTLE. • Messrs J. MoEwan, F.* Morriseand J. Morris for allowing their...

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OUR CADET CORPS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 24 March 1888

"'OUR",CADET CORPS.; V The. first half-yearly o inspectioun of the Toorak and South Yarra Try Society Sedl'or :Cadet Corpsa.was_.held in .the:S'iety's"'Hall at ITawksburn,:nin:.the early, parti'.of the month. .The caddta under the command of .Captain Mitchell assisted .ibyLieutenant 'Kilsby,t musteneddt.too thefthnmber .of .60. After. the i armsl.iand', accoutrements ;'ha4 been inspected, the corps was pot through the manual and firing exercises, and com pany drill. I: The' Itwo senior sergeants were then'ealled upon to drill the company, and acquitted themselves creditably!) A.detach ment of 20 tlien 'went' through the bayonet exercise .with , a- precision -and--dexterity tpqti aW most lpraiseworthy.. At?' therqou eluslon of the parade, .Major Snee. thdinu specting; ofi cer. exprepsc~. himpelf as being highly plueaed with the smart way, in Which 'th'boys'nial niperformed' the various 'volnu io' s'atd also the' tidy manaine' in which the'hiid'1urue'd out on paiade. e hliad'no 'dbo't...

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THE LEADER. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1888. SANITARY REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 24 March 1888

THE' LEADER. JUSTIIMf TO A xJ 'SATURDAY, MARCH 24,, 1888..:": SANITARY REFORM.I ITis'ia"Eealthy'sign'of the activity of m de'iil'T6iight' that th;'question ` of hodse a?; itatidn shjiild i cdie'" so much, attention.;.It, .i umpossibljeT o overestimate: the .importapne ,of; the interests'involved,'aud since the .popu Ihtioh of 'our :district- is steadily, in creasing, these"n~atteir mnust sooner off` later,1i3ecome of the greatest moment; Apait from private Rnteidl prise, thieree, can be;,no doubt thutithe existing ,condition !of things is most unsatisfactory, !,and, .that. there:' : is ath absence of supervision of " sanitary arrangements{ iii'iany of th'e hossuses Slocus s?tandi c until; a, nu?eance. is known ,or, suspected to exist.., The preservation: .o health and, all sub jects" appertaining -sthereto,. have'. a piraniount -claim to our consideration fir' na'tioiial'" as ellas' private reasons. Th. elleig of a people depends in no, small,,degree upon, its powe, . foi wcirk, and...

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CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 24 March 1888

CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. Presbyterlan.-Brighton. Rev, Mr. 11 and7. - -, ;i Elterwloek.-Rev. J. Hay, 11 and 7, Oheltenham, 11'and 3; Mentone, 7, Bev. eafeld, Rev. H... Macarteya, 11 and 7 Armadale, Rev. F. Webb. Elsternaick, Rev. P. Bailhache. Malvern, Rev. C. J. Godby, 11 and 7. Oakleigh, Rev. T. H. Rust. Oprn`g tional,-Brighton, 3 ?orningL ?qd eve ni l R b:J ? Richard;:.' l ' : Malvern, Rev. C. Moon, 11 and 7. Oakleigh, Rev. J. F. Gannaway, 11 and 7. Wesleyan Methodist-Brighton, 11 and Elsternwick-ll, ; 7 Primitive Methodist-South Yarra, Rev. H. Richardson, ll,and 7. North Brighton, Mr R. Edwards 11, and Rev. J,Beck-7,, ,, " r. South Brilghtod, dvJ.=Beck, 11, Mr J. Hughes, 7. East Brighton-Rev. W, H. Yonlton, 3,, and 7. 111apdtish hT?cB ht 0? *S, IHoward, Christian Chapel-Brighton, 11 and 7. Cheltenham, Mr. Coodacre, 7. Union Church-aunnlfield, Rev. J. Gregs an 11 and 7. Union Chlapel~ South- Brighton, after noon, Mr Chambers; evening. Mr Rees. Church of England.-MRordialloc, 11,...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 24 March 1888

LOCAL ITEMS. The Railway 'Department on Monday last accepted the' tender of, W.r Blackwood, for the erection of a. shed ',and platform at the Hawksbprn railway station. Ihe amount be ing £159 10s. , ::,. ,. SThe Post:Office :in: the 'Oakleigh:district known as the Mulgrave post office, will on andafter.the,. 1st of April next be called Wheeler's Hill post office. .:In the list of-' successful-- candidates ..who passed in the matriculation examination of the University of Melbourne; we notice the' name of Arthur Percy Agg, a pupil of Brigh ton Gramriar School An: Appeal Court at. whichtMr Hare P;M. presided; was, held at ;the court-house, Mal 'vern last Tuesday morning,: when the ap? peal of'P. Talloch against the valuation'of his.property in.Waverly.road.was..dismissed and those of F. C. Ohristie, and R.-Ross reduced. The first named; in the area or extent of the land from 16 acres to 156 'acres, the aimount being g;630', instead: of .£650. 'Inthe' case of R.. Rossthe:apellant .comp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 24 March 1888

Ainiadale :Ti iii ber ;YardMAnd Steam ;,,;,Joi.nery and",Moulding Mills, 1 H!:IGH STREET:;ARMADALE A11 kinds of SawI 'i Moduldings;' Skirtings,;Architraves, Doors, Sashesi&c., t lowest curent rates A large assortment' 6f Builders'.Ironnmongery, of every:des, cription always. on hand. ..... . . W. :Harrison, Proprietor. WATCHES : :AND JEWELLERY. THOMASI B.: :, Importer and Manufacturer of ti £c.ir I Watches,;`:'. '- Clocks - ~:'ai ?a Jeweltery :35-BOURKE. STREET-35: ;"..: - MELBOURNE; ~- £6 £10 s. 'h £1.. £100. ' -.mE,.:-RNI, Great Success of the Easy Payment System.i ' Spdecial Advantages of THOMAS B. WAY'S System :.. First 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 BICES. econd~Advantage-In consequence of the Easy Payment, thousands.of our leading :, citizens have already availed themselves of this Grand'Opportunity of' obtaining a 1.'; Go...

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ABSTRACT OF AUCTION SALES. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 24 March 1888

ABSTRACT OF AUCTION SALES. THIS DAY. . Messrs FAdams and, McKenzie'fi~'con junotioen with IIearle' 'Dixon an'd'"Co., 60 beautiful sites adjoining the Cheltenhamn station Messrs Walstab. and Son, in .conjunctionf with Mr S.;P. Simmonds, a block of land in; building allotments near the&residence of Hon. T. Bent, M.L.A. Messrs E, J. Dixon and Son, grand busi-j neas sites and cottage -allotments inr,-al vernx-road, Frazdie i street i and 'Francis Messrs Munro and Baillien, grand sub divisioiial sal 'of the Booran Estate, con venient to Glen Hriptlystation. Messrs J. Vale an .Sopi,\47 allotments in the township of Oakleigh. NEXT TUESDAY. Messrs J,, i'Ewan and Co., Lnd, House and Orchard,'Fern Tree Gully. road; within an easydistancesof the Oakleigl station. SNEXT THURSDAY' Mr G. Rushall, on the premises East Brighton, drapery, groceries, furniture' in the estate of the late G. J. Bobilliard.

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CAULFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, MARCH 22. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 24 March 1888

C AULFIELD 8HIRE COUNCIL STHURSDAY, MARCH 22. Present :-Crs Holland : (president) Bel. ,lantyne, Cotton, Griffin, Grimwade, Har: tie, Lane, Le Page, Long, Looker, Lang :.:' .: .rdon and Selby. ' MI.NUTS. . The miniites of last ordinary .meeting were read ard confirmed. S CORRESPONDBNCB. From J-. McOombe, shire overseer ask ing for au . advance in his salary, on account of in'creased duties.--Moved by Or Hartle and seconded by Or' Giffin, that his' alriy b iraisdd' tA 175 per year, 'Or Selby moved as an ainiidiin~nt that it be £200 per anini?.' :This' was econded by Cr' LookAr ' and thld:'idin dmeiit' wasn carrieid."~' ` ~,'"CT. , SFrom the' secretary of-the Municipal Association requesting the council to.ap point delegates to ra! conference tob be holdenn. the 29th March nexr.-Presi den:htI t attend as delegate. i :From the towin~r:lergilIof- S6.?JKilds~'re severance, jaccounts and street lamps, Btating.thlia thelformer. accoun would be paid'aftethe. next4l eeting of their coun cil,...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 24 March 1888

CRIICKET. .· - .-0-· - Crioketerson Saturday last again had good causefor comiplaint, for aimore un propitious day for the game has not been experienced this season.. It was cold and cleerless to a degree, and to' ak?aI ters worse it rained more or less. during the afternoon. On the Richmond ground, however, play was indulged in between the local .team and . Brighton,. though there was certainly not nmuch.pleasure at tached to it. It was nearly a quarter to four when al commencement was made owing partly to the rain and the inability of the Rich mond Club to get a sufficient number of players together to make a start. Brigh. ton to, 'ere four men 'short; 1Menibbg's of teams should in nearly a'" cases. be 'at their posts either' in fair or foul weather, and, then, if from any cause no play is to take place they would be at liberty to follow their own devices. The want of punctuality in commencing matches hasihad a great deal to do with the falling, off of public interest in the game....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 24 March 1888

Colleges and Schools. "FINIS CORONAT OPUS." BRIGHTON LADIES' COLLEGE (" Ellesmere,") ST. ANDREW STREET, Near the Town Hall PRINCIPAL .: MRS. J. HAINES, (Late of Clifton Hill Ladies' College),,: For several years teacher under the Board of Educationl MISS A. E. COX. English Literature and Mathematics, S. GRENFELL, B.A., L.L.B. French and German, HERR OTTO MULLER. Drawing and Painting, J. F. JONES, EsQ. Pianoforte, T. J. HAMMOND,EsQ., Miss BURKITT, R.A.M., MRs. ORR, and Miss A. E. COX ;Calisthenics, MIssES. DICK and MOON. S. . '; Resident Governess: MISS A., E. COX. TERMS (Payable in advance)- Day Pupils: English (as below), also Languages One and half to Four Guineas per Term Resident Pupils (under 12 years): English (as below), also Languages, Music, and Painting ... Twelve Guineas per Term Resident Pupils (over 12 years): English (as below), also Languages, Music, and Painting .. Fifteen Guineas per Term .ENGLISH in its various branches- com: ' eprises Reading, Writing; Arithmetic ...

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BRIGHTON TOWN COUNCIL. MONDAY MARCH 19. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 24 March 1888

BRIGHTON TOWN COUNCIL MONDAY MAnon 19. Present :-Ors Burrows, Francis, Egan, Huntly, Munro, O'Shea, and Wal stab. ' In the absence of the mayor, Or Wall s~tab was appointed to take the chair. CORIRESPONDENBH. From George ' Willis calling the atten tion of the council to an underground drain in Now street and asking them to do romnt.hing to it.-Referred to the sur veyor. From Duncan Grey asking the council t'o haveo a lamp placed in Church street, for the greater convenience of pedestrians and others using that street.-Complied' with. ' r '' r From C. F. Winborn stating that a neighbor of his named Fitzgerald, had placed a gate across a right-of-way and he would be glad to knw whether the coun cil could interfere to prevent this-In answer to a question the town clerk stated that this right.of-way in question had, been constructed, by, the ~ounei' under the Lop4l,Bpard.Of Health, at"the expense of the rebidents owning property abutting thereon. Or Walatab said the o?lihcil hiadiio igh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 24 March 1888

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DELINEATION OF CHARACTERS. NO. III. A. E. CLARKE, ESQ., PRESIDENT MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 24 March 1888

DEULNEATIOt OF CHARACTERS" NO. III. . F. E. CLARKE, ESQ., PRESIDENT IMALVERN SHIBE COUNCIL. BUSINESS men as a rule are always -active and like to be engaged in doing -something. It is hard to find them idle even when they should be at rest. After the.days work is over in the -countinghouse,. :we find them fre *quently engaged,. in public affairs, working in tHe 'interests of the com munity in which they reside, forfei ting time und:coniforc for the public .goad, chiefly in the council chamber when others may have gone after 'some harmless enjoyment, or to rest -and forget the cases of another days toil. Mr Clarke is rather tall in stature well 'proportoned i ibbdify partsi-hav ing a large, full, and spacious chest indicating good Ii~ifig and internal -organs generally. He.i broad 'across the shoulders showmig ie osse ous portion .of his ssystem to, be .well developed, on' which his' muscular ?ortions 'have' a strong' hold. His teinperameht is. the sanguine. olosely allied j to the ;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 24 March 1888

-. - slir&ý h wualý:d risements. - - 7 NOT A T E THIS U. ,DAVIDSON, BooetyrZnd ,Shoe.- _Warehouse, Supplies a first-class article at aý very rsmoderaten;: cicb `:,'i t : f The, large increase.in his business is tthe bestcibof that he gives esatiifation. n g eet.il lll prove this, BARKLY & PARLIAMENT STREETS *STATAfighkid 3HTf . F M HT, -jhtidii awn Tennis Courts, Garden Paths, Verandahs, Yards, Workshops, S , roiitr&d., d&h &c.l;,nrrJir EPNOING, CARTAGE, & PLOtfGUmIM . 1f ON SAI E ~1Metals, Rubble, .,;T!. (! . crgepý.ngs; Bripi*kr&c. . ZA l / li".! . . LBTTR'Y Fanmily grocer, Tea Dealer and ...... elral Me'tiBnh;n t, r. - n "" ST. AN REW' STBI?ET, " a ' ;' ?amilies waited' on for.Oirlers. SR. BAVINTON,) POINT NEPEAN !ROAD, North,-Brighton.' :i ,COMMERCIAL ROAD DRAPERY , d.IWAREHOUSE.: DUNLOP & EDWARDS, r -Are now showing a choice selection of NEW WINTER MILLINERY MANTLES' & DREBSS GOODB, : Laies'{eTllrmailmde et...

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