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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 12 November 1887

Connerciaet I.sl Bani of Austirali i Antho'isdl.Canpital .. ".. -. 03,000,000 Subscribed Capital .. t . ",000 Paid Up ... .... 1,000,000 'Reserve Fund ... ... ... 570,000 IIHEAD OFICL-30 COLLhINS ST. W.V.,;. , MELBOURINE. London Oflicc-Bishopsgate,.: St. i Within, corner of-Leadcnhall-street, E.C. BRIGHTON -BRANCH--., , Corner Bay & Cochrane Streets. Interest allowed on. FIXED DEPOSITS hig hies urrent rates: . ;DRAFTS a on Londonh office, branches and agencies of the Bank iaised:at'lowest rates of exchange.;-" i -:; Bills -Disooniftedand Adva'ices:slade?.-si ENGLISH :C@TTI1S " AND= .A'U ST RA LI AN CHARTERED. (Incorporated by Royal Charter 1852) raid up Ca?ital, with -power: tod increase to 1.500,000 .... . O720,00 leserve Liability of Shlareholders' ':720,000 clserve fund ' " .. '"?220,000 Eisternwick Branch: GLEN HUNTLY ROAD, (Near Railway Station.) Interest allowed on Fixed Doposits :at Highest Rates.). Drafts issued on the Losdoni office Branches and agents of tlhe anlk ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 12 November 1887

:Cl:'ei-.i= : _ " -Schools. `f FInis'C PR~NAT QOus." LADIES' -COLLE8GE (. Ellesmere,") : PRtINoIPAL: rNar the Town Hall _ MRS. J. HAINES, (Late of Clifton Hill Ladies' College), For several years teacher under: the Board ofEdnucation, Assisted by MISS A.: E COX. English Literature and Mathematics, S. GRtRENFELL, B.A., L.L.B. French and German, EERR OTTO MULLER. Drawing and Painting,. S:-. F. JONES EsQ . Pianoforte, T. J. HAMMONDEsQ. Miss BUIIKITT R A M. MnIs. ORR and Miss A. E. COX Calisthenics, `. ' MISSES DICK and MOON resident Governess: i 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 Resi?.~ent Pupils (over 12 years): English (as below), also Languages, Music, and Painting - Fifteen Guineas per Term ENGLISH in its various branches com prises Reading, Writing, Arithmetic (Ad van...

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CAULFIELD POLICE COURT. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7. (Before Messrs Watts and Holland, J's.P.) INSULTING BEHAVIOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 12 November 1887

CAULFIELD POLICE COURT. S MONDAYJ "NOVEMBER 7.'" ' (Before Measss. .Watts and Holland, J's.P.) INSULTING BEHAVIOUR. iHrah Noon was chzrge& thbytConstablet Loorhamf w ith making -ue of o'bscene language on the 26th'ult. Tile evidence of the arresting constable . prved-,that -she made "use of most opprobrious epithets towards "a. neighbour in Ripon Grove, sh' beingyat the time under the iflinence df drink.. She,was fined 10s. or 48 hlours.. .. James Reid was&also charged by Con= stable Loorham' with .tinaLing.'usesof obscene language in a public place oin the 21st. ult. It transpired that defendant, who is a cabman on the Elsaernwick stand, had-an altercation with 'a rival cabby,'when he made use of the words complained of. Defendant pleaded guilty, and was let off on paying a fine of 10s with Gs Od costs.. The latter being for a witness whose evidence was not required, as de fendant admitted the offence. The case of Alfred Hemminigs wai~on the application of the const...

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ELSTERNWICK IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE. THURSDAY, NOV. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 12 November 1887

ELSTERNWICK IMIPROVEMIENT COIMMITTEE. .j )THURSDAY, Nov. 10. Present-Messrs. H. R. Reid (president) Kirkham, Uro, Bachelor, Edwards, i cppmand dSieocks, senior.- fi.l- k J MINUTEB. The minutes of last meeting were read andconfirmed, and several new members bhalloted f1oraud enirolled ? ?0 jlj i " CORRESPONDENCE. From the Town i~l?rk (of BIit?"i gham, Egngland, enclosing a lengthy extract showing the method adopted in that city: for the disposal and deodorisation of their nightsoil. /He stated that the city had a population of over 480,000, and that the system which had been utilised by them during the past half-dozen years was known as the Rochdale system, - the priicipal" features :of- which, is,the inter ception and frequent and separate re moval of" foetal matters and of ashes and dry rubbish. To accomplish this a new, form of closet was adopted, in which the exoreta is collected in a galvanised iron pan containing a small quantity of diein-* fectant which stands upon a brik ior ...

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Humor. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 12 November 1887

Thi Editor was Dying. -Tue u.l... I •aRpalper lay dying in his lair, and the dew of death had gathered on his brow so calm and fair; but a printer knelt beside him, as his life-blood ebbed away, and asked the dying wries ?if e had a word to say. The doomed man murmured softly, as he grabbed the printer's fist: " Well, at last the struggle's over, and I never will be missed. Take a message and a token to that city man of mine, that all his worn-out chestnuts he had better put in brine. There's his joke about the weather, which he's used these many y ears, and the gag about the fellow who is always hunting beers. And the item be's so fond of, on the man who peddles books, and the chestnut based on people who go fishing at the brooks ; just to save the paper's credit, and to cast no slurs on mine, I would ask him as a favor just to put suchgags in brine. And the lie he's fond of telling, of the street. cars and the tracks, and the ancient joke about the man who steps upon some tacks ; ...

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CRICKET. Brighton v. Richmond Ramblers. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 12 November 1887

CRICKET. -o .Brighton v. Riclhmond Ramblers. A two days' match between these clubs will be commenced this afternoon, at Brighton Beach, at 2.30. Team-Ballan tyne, Beulke, Hoxshall, Drum, Enery, Everingham, Lucas, Mouritz, Sims, Spear and Thompson. Brighton v. Sf. Kilda. The second elevens will meet at the Drillroom at 2.45. Team-A. Aylwin, Ooohrane, Cornwall, Farries, Grout, Lawrence, Leonard, O'Shea, Ruddle, Sullivan and Webb. Brighton v. East Brighton 2nd. This match will be played in Allee's paddook. The following will represent the team-Crookee, Crowther, Clarke, Aylwin, Friend. Mastin, M'Leod, Small, Smith, Rowe. Winbourne and Leonard.

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BRIGHTON FLOWER SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 12 November 1887

BRIGIITON FLO1WER SHIOW. The annualflf wer show held 'in the drillroom and grounds on WVidnesdiay and Thursday turned out to be a grand sac ;cess ;.the former day beiing a holiday and ,the :weither favourabie, there was a` good .atteindance::: On the lasti ientuetined day the inclemency of 'the weather in the early part of the -day very materially :affected the attendance, and hence when the vice regal 'party arrived, the at .tendance was not sonumerous as it doubt less would have been under more favor able circumstances.. The exhibits in each class were of a very high standard, and would bear, favorable comparison with'any shoraof the kind held in the city or its suburbanu municipalities. The main building was well filled with a grand collection of flowering and foliage plants placed in most effective --groups by. .the various exhibitors, .the :azeeas in bloom shown by Messrs Bruniiing and Snn, and the ornamental foliage, plants shown by Mr J. W. Sangwel, being greatly admired. The...

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Poetry. Very Like a Wail. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 12 November 1887

Poetry.               Very Like a Wail. I miss thee when the evening shades Creep slowly o'er the dell; I miss thee when the daylight fades, How much I ne'er can tell.   I feel that something from my life Has gone, forever fled, With bitterness my heart is rife, Although so clear my head. At night I dream thou art with me, I wake to find thee gone, Thine absence is a truth I see When first arrives the dawn. To woo thee back I vainly try With ev'ry charm that's known, But still thou dost with coldness fly And leave me to bemoan. Will nothing woo thee back again Where once thou held thy sway ? Am I to be the scorn of men For that thou say'st me nay? Well, then so let it be, if this Is tribualtion's share, And none shall see how much I miss— My dear departed hair.

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Mission Teacher [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 12 November 1887

Mission Teacher—"Why were Adam and Eve cast out of the Garden of Eden ?"   Bright Pupil—"Because they ate some-   thing, they hadn't ough ter." "The idea is right, but the answer is not correctly worded. Can't you remember what it was that made their Heavenly Father drive them from his presence?" "Did he send 'em as far away from Him as He could ?" "I suppose so."     "An' tole 'em not to come back for a while ?" "They were prevented from coming back   into His presence by a flaming sword. Can't you remember what they ate ?" "Guess it   must 'a' been onions."

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novelist. DAYS OF CRIME AND YEARS OF SUFFERING AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY. Reprinted from "The Australasian" of 1867 by special permission) CHAPTER XXVI. A PENAL SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 12 November 1887

Novelist. DAYS OF CRIME AND YEARS OF SUFFERING AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY. --------♦-------- Reprinted from "The Australasian" of 1867 by special permission) CHAPTER XXVI. A PENAL SETTLEMENT. Handcuffed and heavily ironed, a week after my conviction, in company with the soi-distant constable and the two pro- fessional burglars, I was embarked aboard the shamrock steamer for Sydney, my destination being, in the first instance, Wooloomooloo Gaol. Of this establishment I can say nothing, as the day after my arrival I was removed to the penal settlement of Cockatoo Island. I had read, while in the Melbourne Gaol, a very elaborate report of the system carried out in this place, which, I am willing to admit, appeared admirable on paper. But I have always found, in the sad and manifold experiences I have had of prisons and penal establishments, that the impression produced on the mind by the mere reading of the details of discipline is something very different from the con- viction one arrives at wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 12 November 1887

For Sale. FOR SALE, - First-class FIREWOOD, L 1 50 ft. to the Ton for 2 ton or more, a lowest ruling rate. Orders promptly at attended to. JNO SAYERS, Jun.; .New street, Brighton. 1-O1tR SALE,-Nineteenth Century Re i view, nearly complete. Enquire at he Office of this Journal. I[OR SALE,-New-st. and Wolsley Grove I' ringhton Beach, Allotment of Land' 80 x 180, £4. Apply, C. E. Connop,'Archi tect & Surveyor, Commercial-road, Prahran •][OR SALE,-Union-st., 2 Allotments of I Land, 55 x 188, to 15ft right-of-way £3. Apply, C. E. Connop, Prahran. O1lt SALE,-Union and Landcox-sts, I Allotment of Land, 55 x 188, to 15ft' right-of-way, £3 10. C. E. Connop. -Olt SALE,-Normanby Road, N.B. Es I plnaade, Allot. Laud, 82.0 x 178.8, £0 Os. C. E. Connop, Prahran. FO-R SALE, - llnlding Allotment at . Amradale, suitable for church or cot ages. Enquire at the Office of this Paper, TFIREWOOD.-50 tons for sale at Dingley . Grange, Cheltenham. Two feet lengths, 50 feet to ton. Apply at once C. J...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 19 November 1887

CRICKET. -o lBrighton v. St. Kilda 2nd eleven.-This mutch was played lost Satturdly. aIt the Drillroom. anti re suelted in it win for the Blrighlton by 33 runs. The ecores were--Brigkton, 88; of which Wilmot mnape 20; Sullivan, 10; Lawrence, 15; nUl Aylwin, 10. St. Kllda, 55; J. A. Clarke (It) biing top score. Grout 3 for 11, anti Farrie 3 for 1., bowled best for tihe winners. Mfornington v. Cheltenhnlh-.-This mltch was played on BSatrday. at Cheltenlhnm. The scores were-Cheltcnlhan, 10; 3lornlngton, -10. For the winners John Roberts, 27: E. Organ, 15; mand R. Walf, 11. J. Roberts, 6 wicrkets for seven runs; R. Woft, 2 for 11, howled well. For the losers Hutton, 25 ; Baxter, 7; were the highest. Bhaxter also howled well. The Cheltenham Cricket Clubl have several vacant d?tes for Sturdat y matches. Brightonv. lichnond Ilamblor.-T Brighton are requested to be on the ground at 2.30 sharp, us the Ramlblers ere coming down lby the 2 express. Teonam--lunlke, loxshall, Desally. Dunn, finer...

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MEMORIAL STONE LAYING. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 19 November 1887

MEMORIAL STONE LAYING. Last bMonday afternoon the Garden Vale Estate, Elsternwick, was the scene of a very memorable event, it being the day chosen by the Wesleyan Methodist Denomination for. the laying of the memorial stone of their new church. The service commenced by the superin tendent of the Circuit, the Rev. C. Lancaster, giving out the 617th hymn, " Behold the sure foundation laid." After the hymn had been sung the Rev. L. J. Rowlands read a Psalm, and the Rev. W. L. Binks engaged in prayer. -The Rev. C.. Lancaster then briefly referred to the object for which they had met together, namely, to lay the memorial stone of a new church. He wished -to disabuse the minds ,of the audience with reference to a statement which had ap. peared in one of the daily papers to the effect that the new church, when opened, would be debtless.. Be stated that the income so far was, amount received from the .sale of a piece of land, £230; sub - scriptions, £60 : total, ' £290. The expenditure had...

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Poetry. My Ring. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 19 November 1887

A little golden band, That fits my smallest finger Of one fair, well-shaped hand, What mem'ries round it linger. A bit of polished gold, In value but a trifle ; It brings up days of old, And thoughts I vain would stifle. I've worn it not for years, Not since we had our trouble, When Plarents scornerd her tears And burst our sweet love-bubble. A worn 'out golden band It ltumle a setnee mIlost trying, Whenc by my dressin?g stand 'rswas found this morning lying. Etngraren on it there was Alas ! the name of Jessie. It mInade a scene because My wife was christened liessie.

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CAULFIELD POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15. (Before Mr Hare, P.M., and Messrs. Holland and Watts, J's.P.) OBSCENE LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 19 November 1887

CAULFIELD POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, NOONxSIBER 15. (Before MIr Hare, P.MI., and Messrs. Holland and Watts, J's.P:) OBSCL-NE LANGUAGE. A youth of respectable appearance named A Hemmings appeared in answer to a charge preferred against him by Constable Loorhnm of making use of obscene language near the Elsternwick railway station on the 22nd ult. Hemmings applied for a remand, as his solicitor (Mr F. Ste phens junr.) was no present. Mr Hare : What was this case adjourned for on last court day ? Constable Jordan: It was adjourned on my application as a witness snbpoeneaded had mistaken the locality at which the courtsat and went to Brighton. Mr Hare : Are your witnesses now present ?l -. Constable Jordan ; Yes yonr Worships. Constable Loorham deposed that accused and another, with two girls, came to El sternwick by the last train ion the day in question. They left the platform and pro' ceeded along the Glen Huntly-road a few paces, when an altercation ensued. Hem mings' mother made an att...

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Something New. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 19 November 1887

Something New.-A scientific novelty, which is also of importance to photographers, is a lens which magnifies, yet is perfectly flat on both sides. It is made at Jena by the manufacturo of Professor Abbeo's new optical glass. The lens consist of a singlo disk, whose destiny varies so that its re fractiveo power decreases regularly from the surface inward. Patent Fuel.-A member of the Hainu burg firm of Schannr and Poppenhason is at present in Spain, with a view of introducing a new patent for artficial fuel, the invention of Mr. Koopman, of Munich. It is stated that the composition gives out as much heat as the best English coal, and that the sub. stances added to the small coal are very cheap, One-third of the total quantity of coal raised annually in Spain, vie., about 350,000 tons, is already turned into briquet tes. There has been such a rush of American ladies lately, all panting to be presented to the Queen, that a most uncompromising circular has been issued from the American ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 19 November 1887

VOTE FOR VAIL, And Progress. VOTE FOR VAIL, The Independent Candi - date. VOTE FOR VAIL, Who will do his best tor the whole Riding. VOTE FOR THE MAN Who has no quarrels, and who is thoroughly impartial. VOTE FOR VAIL, Who goes straight 'for Severance. Id Municipal Elections, SHIRE OF MOORABBIN* as re il 'To the Ratepayers of the West Riding. r 's Ladies and Gentlemen, le Having, at the last Election, stated d my intention of offering myself for ;o the first vacancy in the Shire Council, d I now beg to announce .that Ian 'a l. Canditate for a seat rendered vacant ` by the retirement of your late Repre sentative, MIr. IHarold Sparks. Mt ly business as an" Estate rigent a d Cheltenham and lMentone compelling me to pass through almost every part of the Shire very frequently, I claim us ito have ain intimate knowledge of d your District, where I have resided for the piºst Sixteen, Years. I would also ,Iraw: yourr attention to the faict that "I am not engaged in business in the City, but ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 19 November 1887

Baniks: 'Conaueciral Bank of Austrailia (Lintited) .Authorised Capital ... ' £3,000,000 :Subscribed Capital... .:. ... 2,500,000 Paid Up 1.. ... 000,00 ;Reserve :Fund -. .570,000 HEAD OFFICE- 30 TCOLLINSr 'T. W., MELBOURNE." "London. Oflice--Bishiopsgate, St:t Within, corner of Leadenhall street, E.C. C BRIGHTON BRANCH ' : orner Bay &; Cocra;??-. ne Streets.: ;DRAFTS -on-.nehesoa:olLin'r d-ei . agencis df :tho :llnk-issued at.lowest:' rates of exchange;`- . . Bills Discounted-and Advances Made. W. M'Farland, Manager. ENGLISII. SCOTTISII AND A U STRALI AN " H A RTERED B A N K. (Incorporated by Iloyal Charter lS12) Taid up Capital, with power to increase to l.1,00,00... ... .720,000 lReserve Linl ility of Shareholders :f720,(000 Rleserve fund ... ... ... £220,000 Elsternwick Branch: !GLEN HUNTLY ROAD,. (Near Railway Station.) -Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits at Highest Rates.) Brafts issued on the London office Iranclies and agen.ts of the Bank at Current Rates of Exchange....

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OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. WEDEESDAY, NOVEMBER 16. (Before Messrs. W. R. Looker and J. Jordan, J's.P.) THE SALVATION ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 19 November 1887

OAKLEIGII POLICE COURT. - rEDEESDAY, NOVEMBER 16. (Before Messrs. W. 1. Looker and J. Jor dan, J's.P.) TIIE SALVATION ARMY. Theophilus Cove was charged by Con stable Gray on behalf of the Local Board o Health, with allbwing the newly-erected hall to be used by the Salvation Army on three occasions without permission from the Central Board of Health. Defendant produced a letter from the Central Board of Healt,; approving of the plans of the proposed building, as also a postal card from the secretary of the Local Board, but neither of these gave the de fendant permission to open the building. To the BIench : The plans spoken of in the latter were submitted and approved of before the building was commenced, and not after it was completed. Fined £2. DEBT oASE. A verdict for £2 2s with costs was awar ded in the case of Catting v. Buck for wood supplied. The court then rose.

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BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. Friday, November 18. Before Messrs. Lloyd Tayler and Sprigg, J's.P. SPILLING NIGHTSOIL. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 19 November 1887

IBRIGHI TON POLICE COU'RT. Friday, November 18. Before Mesars.Lloyd Tayler and Sprigg, J's.P. SPILLING NSICITSOIL. Mrs A Heating, a re.ident of Ebden street, Elsternwick, was charged with the above offence. Two respectable witnesses proved that she took ta pail of the filthy liquid, and threw it over her own and the adjoining premises, causing a most un healthy and unpleasant od,,ur for over a week. Fined £2 with £3 costs. UNPLEASANT NEIOIIBOURS. Peter Toy applied to have W. Topping bound over to keep the peace, he being. afraid he would do him some bodily harm. Topping made a similar application against Toy. After hearihg the evidence, the bench ordered both pa ties to be bound over to keep the . ace. for 3 months. DEBT CASES. J. Ackery v. R:-Mapson .£22 ls : 3d. wages due. : - Fr.IrMaddock-ivh0.o-cpeipsed- ir the c 'plaiijant said that i~i this and 3 or 4 other cases the men had been employed by defendant at work on the Salvation Army Barracks, William-strr et, and lihe would not ...

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