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HOW A MINER DISCOVERED A CHEST OF GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 3 November 1888

HOW A MINER DISCOVERED A OBEST OF GOLD. A man named Alexander Stanhope, who has returned to Galena (Illinois) after an absence of thirtyrone years spent in travel, cells the following story of how he found a fortune:-" Icame to Galena in 1847. having emigrated inthat year from Truro. Eng'and, after the death of both of my parents and alt my near relatives. I became a miner and began theexpltration of a natural drift at the foot of the precipitonu blun now known as New Calefornla. Afrter working indusetriooaly for two weeke, I suddenly broke intoa large aive, the vaulted roof of which weas decorated with stalectito and spar, the latter glietening in the light of my lamp like a million dia. minde. While standing, spell-bound, as the month of the cave, I noticed, a aSort dia tantce to the right, inside the careren, a shelving of rock, jutting out probably 3 t from the wall andanoot breset-hieb from toe floor, upon the top of which rested what proved to be, on examination, a large Iron ...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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THE FREEHOLD INVESTMENT AND BANKING COMPANY OF AUSTRALIA LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 3 November 1888

*10. "TIZEp oLD INVcI2STMENTh D'W]3ANIX1G CO IsfaAN'Y OF ;1l:US RAL1A'LTMI1TED.. The twelfth ordinary r eneral mooting of the e0 rieehold Investment anelianking Company of b dustralia Limited ws held at the coempany's l -oficis oa Tuesday, the 14th ult. The lin. w ]d ;. Davies, tic of the diroetinos, occuptodthe sluir. n The secretary, Mr. T. It. B. Morton. read the p noticO convening the meeting, which was to be w hold for the purpeo of receiving the half- fi ).erly report and statemient of accounts and ws to elect a director in rlacs' of the ofon. f. HI. t1 Davia, who retired by rutiaioa, hut offered ae bimself for re-election. W The report of the direcors for the' half-year a ending 31st Angust, 186, is as followa:- c In vew of theo large increase in the vailue of 0 the company's propertirn. the director., have Io bad valuations madlCs by Messrs. C. J. and T. at Ham and Mesnar. Fraser and Co. These valu- 01 tions show a total surplus of £095,600 la. 10d. n over the anmounts in th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 3 November 1888

L. Stevenson & Seis Limited, gOonllnnlng the I'.lces .. S!3VBNBO nod SONS, belablhoead lo0t0. fienad Olfl 14 FlIelrs Lean East, *elbucmar . OAP'TAL £300.oO0. Inorporpmted u000, bhe orontp.als fIhtnWIS. it. Hon. 0. H. Jamn., OLL.!.; the li o. Udwa La.ngloe J. Lloyd iObert,, 9e1, It. Mecca7SltB. in addItion to their oinliary hbnloaob. wllt bepro. torreotared to ebc00to iNDENTS for ALL. o0C.BCKI rat o.WORAMDltS3. And will no'do",it.. . - AGZNOIRS eIther 0., OYlINO it B51',LtN... The compcany Ae open to rctwive'-depcclea lavonrable raOt. GEORGIQ 8l'IvMtNSON Mnnn O. V. BBINDlit OEROORT aTOTCNOON illo00idt L. 0. EVjZdNtOl hlnoavlc It coonov. London.. ALBERT BUILOIN3 SOCIETt OLGAD or DI'IUIORB HDWARD WA! tiN, eq .J.P.. Oh·leoa . J.A. KITOOrN, r.wq., Vied (jibalenan. Hoan. . T. DLAHA*1, l.Ldo JOHN BlRWIoiIc, I'q. H.J LANODON. Kltq, J P. lOAN )C: A. S. M.LENJN&'4 033RBB SPI tI]A. ALII .NOAO. "-''a ;-Tn IFVESTOIO, DEOSPO8iOTtd. a I I. lii, BARS. BH iNKS leaned daily-at ~oreana...

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A RAILWAY LESSON FROM AMERICA. (PALL MALL BUDGET.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 3 November 1888

A RAILWAY LESSON FROM AMERICA. (PALL MALL BUDOET.) The contrast between England and Amerl can ingenauity and inventiveness in the art of minimallog friction and rednucing dead weight Is forocbly illuntrated by the Amerioan bogle truck freight ears which were ex blbilted recently at St. Pancoras railway station. These ears are built of tubular steel, are supported on two four.wheeled bogies, end weigh elht tone for goode and ten tone for coal. The English car weighs five tons and carries eight. The Amerloan, whioh weighsba eight or 10. oarriesa 80. The result Is that if the Amerlcan suporeoded the English truck on the Midland (nacordiog to an in toreetiog calculation by Mr. Roberts in the * Railway Herald ") all the goods traffic could be oarried at a saving of 198,735 tone of deaiweight on every 681.368 tons carried. The following figures are instructive: e(se )ln S Englib. Assi- 'lAoni. Waebens r,~ulrrd (Ne.) .B017t1 22710 0rite Weigh. af seceoon (beer).. 425e85 6 1I,0 1370eb WI,+'...

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THE FROZEN PIRATE. CHAPTER III.— I LOSE MY COMPANIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 3 November 1888

THE FROZEN PIRATE. BY W. OCLARKE RUSSELL, Author of The Wreck of the Grosvenor.' 'The Lady Mand.' A Sallocrs Sweetheart,' Stca. . CanIaa III.-I Lmn nr Concwuamose. I 'lay for a long while insensible ; and that I should have reoovered my min iastead of dying in that swoon I mest ever Soount as the greatest wonder of a life that baa not been wanting in the marvellous. I had no sooner seat up than all that had happened and my present situation Instantly came to me. My hair was stiff witsh ice; tshre was no more feeling in my hands than bad they been of stone; my clothee weiglhod upon me like a suit of .rmonr. so Inflexibly herd were they frozen. Yet I got upon my legs, and I uorl that I could stand and walk, and that life flowed warm In my vaoin, for all that I had been syig motion. less for an hour or more, loved by water that would have become fee had it been still. It was Intense y dark ; the binnaole lamp was extinguisbed, and the light in the cabin I hurned too dimly to throw the ...

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M. DE FRANQUEVILLE ON ENGLISH PARLIAMENTARY GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 3 November 1888

M. 17E' FBANQUJ V1LLE ON ENGLISH PARLIAMEN iARBY. GOVEBNMENTr. At a time when we are oftea told that our Constitotlot is no longer what It ones was-the envy of nations-i is somowhat resantingl to finSod t' a It it still deemed worthy of the carelol study of intelligent foreigners. M. do Franquevillo's cooantrymen were 0noo mouch more given than they are now to such investigatioons. In their tneo. portienon of Parlamentary institutions they turned for guidance to Eglaond. They sought there models for imiat too, correotivee for evils, encooragemont and consolation in their diffioulsltis. A whlo literature, of which English Parliamonary institutions weoro a senbjot, and to whioh the best minds of France coantributed, grow up when she was endeavonring to aoo imatiso Parliamon tary Government. M. do lFranquevillo has not the literary gifts of somens of his allas. trions predooses re toin this domael. tie has not Mi. ProevostPradole matchless felicity of phrase and deep insight into she m...

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ABSTRACT OF AUCTION SALES. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 3 November 1888

ABSTRACT OF AUCTION SALES. THIS DAY. Messrs. Onrey and Kelly, in conjunction with Doherty and Turner, on the ground at 3 p.m.---bnsiness, villa and mansion sites at Glen Iris Park. Messrs. Greig & Murray, in conjunction with Messrs. Buzzard & Co., on the ground at 3 p.m.-]luckley Park Estate. NEXT WEDNESDAY. Messrs Uinylee, Sheville and Co., in con inuction with Messrs. E. Shattock and J. J. Itendle, on the ground-The Mari brnong 'Park, Ascot Vale.

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ENGLAND V. AUSTRALIA. (THE FIELD) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 3 November 1888

ENGLAID. V. AUSTRALIA. ·(TI!. wixw With the defeat of the Aoltralians by Eog land asoManchester the series of bironutal mnietohet between the two countries. begOn in 1880, has nae pribably come to an eod. A loog rsuceeaion of bealtige, ealnloa'lng in ithe very decided one just received, must have conviored our coloniutal visitors that lngolaod till hot li the supremacny at her own catiooii game. Tee Australiona have no cauoe to complain of tlheir reception here. They have icen, met cordially by all clnetes wherever they have been, and tid members of the team are nuiveroally popnler among crieklltro; still, they have not eso led all before lthoem, like some of their predeeseor., and, owing pertly snodoubt to the miserle weotrnds thi smonwar, their trip e.o\ hardly prove; the ieanoial. succOs os promised at the. ant. sot to be. More than, one amouug ne players are heartily lglk of the loa season, and rmake no eeotds of the foot that nocbiong will loduce tlteml to pay anothler er tketi...

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THE LEADER. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 3 November 1888

T" THE LEADER. TOBTIN TO ALt. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1888. Soume time ago The Hon. Thos. Bent, M.L.A., presented a very hand some trophy for competition amongst our riflemen. This has just been com peted for with the result that Private J. R. King of Brighton has been declared the wvinner by 316 points. The other scorers well wereup, Sergeant Hookins 260 points, Lieutenant Reeve (Brigh ton) 274 points, Sergent Silk 267 points, and Private Crook 265 points. It will thus be seen that Brighton can boast of several crack shooters hailing from their fair town. His Excellency the Governor 'and Lady Lock paid'a viisit to Brightoni last Wednesday afternoon, on the occasion of the opening of the Cen tennial Horticultural Exhibition, and was awarded a heirty reception, but as the committee who had the manage ment of the affair did not include our representative amongst the invites, nor think it worth their while to favour us with an advertisement, we decline to notice their show. The tender of...

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THE MISSING TIN OPENER. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 3 November 1888

THE l1ISSitG -C'OPEmsItR. L ook boere., my dear," said.Mr Kuaag'e. teoain,, out thn riobone and laces ton rie 5ae' dhiffuai.-,. ' whats's become of that sint op nor? Idon's enuit aey'nrre.' ' Wof do you wniut wi n is i"aakrd bloi lady, iluttering up to prostu her Leinuae a nuo oregi su gain.. litle time fuor deustion, 1 want to open some sardye-. with it." retorted I' tit, abrndooein ci.rue ir , Ori hunting through toe work= 'a-ket. I" Cink i -Is n to covimon trysr with s ?t Im*agine I want to wri'e' a letter with 't fWell, I don't. I [wear uae andinee. Wat ba'eyou done with it 2" SYua might 'take your hig knife," recom m·nned lusu Kla Crge. " Tae large blade is jues the Ibing for that." lMr Kueaggee e aed the knife, and bored away as OLe corner 'of the bor, while his wife louted on wit cono'dcable diecrteu.e "* i{-dU'c yonu better put a paper under the bta! You'. g-t tilec oicl lover toe tableb aotu," .ougeorGcel hi. (air pa'tuer. "No I won't, either," said Mr. Koasegee, as the kni...

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WIT AND HUMOUR. THE ONLY ROAD TO HAPPINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 3 November 1888

WIT AND HUNMOUR. 'TUE OJLY ROAD TO UIAPPI\E3S. Use genulno Ytegio Suap (+uwis I with a hualt pwerc-d With an srr..w) Wash your chilisi-a m 20 minutra without rubbDing. ..ud ao:evd'ima ioels m. gnu would the-, Sole ,tskiru*'Thb Vic.ormi Soap sd Osutale i ,. lisilouc.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 3 November 1888

PROTEST OFOFFENDED-SCOTOHMEN. Those whose goal fortune it bsa been to promenade the besn itul gardens of old lidmiburab are very natnr.lly incensed at the tseula . ffered to theru by the authorities of Fitzroy by their alluawing the Edinoburgh HardenRs t that suburb to become not a bealth resort of mind and body, by means of the recreative power of combined sweetness and beauty, bus a petilential fever bed of putrifyina garbase. That Scotcbmen in par ticular sbou d protest against it is buts natural, and they do proteun; and Irishmen and Englishmen join them in that protest; and all agree that, to reifectually prevent Its re eurrence, the individual bonuseholders of Fitzaroy and elsewhere should systematioally use that incomparable Deodoriser and Diesnfectant, vi.. Haonter's, whicb can be had cheaply enough for wholesale use by the bag, at Loev*, tram terminus, ICollis street weet -(ADVT) Jom Daons and Seas Irrigating Englnos Measrs. John Dauke ond Son, 42 Bouorkes street west, Melb...

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THE KEPLER COD LIVER OIL. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 3 November 1888

THE KEPLER COD LIVER OIL. THIS IS THE VOIBGIN DRIPPZINGS TUO. ?Hi CROICEST BELECTIONB OF LIVIiRS OF 0 emxLT CAUGHT, BEALTH[ NOifW.YoOAN OoD-TmN ThDE 5P0CI1B IGADUB Otite1a1). This beaaitol cod liver oil s clarifed and prepared upon the shores of Norway. Is il expresied by a new and original proceas, the oil being kept menuwhile cold. All rancid and unsavoury principles are eliminated, nea the flavour is - extremely deloate that this oil may be easily administ red to patients who refuse to take theordinary preparationsof col liver oil in the market. Far is.auch an invaluable article to man, that any improvements achieved in the oil for invalids-I.e., in cod liver oil-moat be .1 matter of general inteoreat. Though some animalo, as the dog and the rat (Sa s& ca 11oe on latefree meal alone, man cannot do a. aat yields 2 4-10-h times as much fiorce as either albumeno or starch, and this accounts for its wonderful neefulness in so many ways. In the biting cold of the Polar regions...

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THE LATE EMPEROR WILLIAM. TESTAMENTARY PAPERS. (THE TIMES) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 3 November 1888

IHE* LATE EMPEBOB WILL4A4M. TESTAMENTARY PAPERS. . (Tan TrIMES ) The " North German Gazette" published some very interesting douonments whioh were found among the testamentary papers of the late Emperor Wil. liam. Each of these douonments was written at a critclal point in the life of the author. Ibhe first, shortly before being made Regent; the socond, after the war with Anutria; the third, at the close of the Frenoh war and the 'north, on hble reassuming the reins of power after recoverling from the wounds infiloted on him by the Socialist assaesin Nobilhing These haracteriae'lc documents are now given to the world by the Emperor Wil liam a's grandson, who hoe himself written the following reecrlpt to the Minister of the Royal Household : SThe t-atamentary notes of the late Em. porvr-Kiop Williatom, my deceased grand father, afford snuch splendid proof of th sublime grearnes of his soul and of the a ble piety of his mind, that I will not keep the nation from the knowledge of them....

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THE YOUNG FOLKS. MY PLUCKY BOY TOM; OR, SEARCHING FOR CURIOSITIES IN INDIA FOR MY SHOW. CHAPTER XXXVI.—AT BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 3 November 1888

THE YOUNG FOLKS. MY PLUOKY BOY TOM;_ JR, SEAROCHING FOR OURIOSITIES IN INDIA FOR MY SHOW. Br P. T. Baseox. (arAPTRa XXXVI.-AT BAT. The gleam of water was aren ahead, and convioned, without understanding exactly how, that shelter was at hand, the three went over the bank like co many bricks tumblinog off the top of a wall. SBut they didinot go nloto the water. In. stead, they dropped upon the sandy shores of a lake, white a mass of rooks rose in their front like the breastworks of an army. "Nmow we've got them l' called Athoor, proceeding to reload his gun as fast as he could; don't let anyof them come over on us., But the Wanwarae realised the point srored by the fugitives, which explains why they tried so hard to prevent them reachi. g the refuge. They did not charge by leaping over the wall, when the fight would have been hand toihand, but stopped a few paces away emongtherocke, undergrowth and treas, and uttering their peculiar whoops, round' log more like the barking of antoale ...

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HOW PILLS ARE MADE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 3 November 1888

HOW PILLS AlRE MADE. :i t custom of tcakintg medicine in the form of pills dates far back in Ihisory. The olbject is to 'c:able us to swallow easily icc a condensed fornu disagreeable and nausous, but very useful, drugs. To whalt vast iicintensions pill-taking has grown nma be imcagined when we say tlhatin lE.cglhuadalonealout2,000000000 (two thousand million) pills are con suned every yea:'. In early clays pills were maude slowly cy bhand, as the de mnand was comparatively small. To-clay thny are produced with inIinitelygreater rapidity by ccachcims cespecially con trivcd for the purpose, and with greater accuracy, too, in the proportions of thle various ingredients employed. No foram of tmedication can he letter than a pill, provilded only it is intelli gently prepcaredl. iBut right here occurs the dlilliculty. Easy as it imay seem to make a pill, or a mnilliofi of them, there :Ire really very few pills that can ie hncestly coucncencl'd for popuilar use. Most of tlhem either unsdi...

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THE LADIES' COLUMN. NOTES ON DRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 3 November 1888

THE LADLES' COLUMN. .. riN rva.`ý NOTES ON DRESS. One of the r out notloeable features In the 'srlbons of ct liy is the liking for having Sall the differe. t parts of one's dress harmon Ssuing in colour and material. At many of 'the leading d-apecy emporulams dreadss mate rise, trimming forgowns, and bonnets and parasols are shown in the same colour or -shades of oolour. On a recent visit to a large drapery emporIum, I was shown an :Immense variety of shot silks, which promise tis be very p pular ithis season, and also -shot velvet and ribbon trimmings and sun. shades en suanite. Some charming effceats are to be seen in these shaded silks. Golden 'brown is shot with orimson, delloato grey with gold, and vienux rose with a deeper shade. Many beautiful shabot and striped 'noirse were to be seeoon, and in thess also visor rose, gobelin blue, delicate greens, and dainty greys were harmoniand. Pongee silks are just now amongst the most popu lar of silken materials, and those were *bhown ...

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Don't Throw Away. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 3 November 1888

Don't Throw Away. Don't throw away your old epoone, forks, salvers, teo and coffee erevice, ei rgrues, cruoot. e'o. Sand them to John Dauke and Son, 42 Bourke street wect, Melnu ne. to.be re-otated equal to oew.-(A A woman named Mary Long habe julst died In Durham, Eongland, at tbo age of 110 years. She leaves a ssleter aged 1041, and a brother died a few months ago at the ripe old nge of 100. The two deoaated were blind, and soia the surviving alter. A London lady named Mrs. Aoton, travelled to Scotlanood in an extraordonary way. Starting from London. scoompanied by her family, two of whom were children who had to he wheelid to a peramhoblator. abshe performed the tack of walking the whole distance to Glacgow, 1100 miles. The diotanco was covered in five wceha. Leo XIi IIs in poor health, although bis real oundition e caroefully kept from the publio. He is in a painfully nervous elate, and eis said to be conetantliy pursurd by a morbid fear of death, tihe alightcer ailment oesumiog...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 3 November 1888

Colleges and Schools, &c. ISS SPYER, late of Toorak, certifi cated pupil of Madame Madeline er, is now prepared to resume tuition usic at her own or pupils' residence; s on application, "Embden," Landcox t, North Blriglhton, near the residence o lion. Thos. Bent, M.L.A. Special Advertisements. EDWARD W. HUBBARD, HOUSE, LAND & ESTATE AGENT, 17 Rothschild Chambers, 47 COLLINS STREET WEST, Desires to call attention to the following Eligible Properties: Brighton Middle. 12: Marine residence sites, close baths and pier, in Chelsea street, 6 minutes. from station, fine high land, grand depths to l2ft right-of way, capital line for builder: cheap. Brighton Middle. Grosvenor street, splendid residence site, close baths and pier, 07 x 155 to right-of-way; £G. Brighton. Boxshall street. close to Town Hall, splendid residence site, 82 x 290: Bargain. Blurwood.-Hurry's orchard, three fine villa sites in Queen's parade, each 50 x 140. Canterbury. Claremont park, three minutes fro...

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HOSPITAL SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 3 November 1888

HOSPITAL SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. The annual collections in aid of tho various charitable institutions, wero made throughout Melbourne and Sub urbs on Saturday and Sunday last, and the returns show a considerable in crease upon last year, the figures being for last year £64283 2s. 91, and for this year £9890 10s. 2d. The charities taking part are the Melbourne Hos pital, Alfred Hospital, Berevolent Asy lum, Lying-in-Hospital, Sick Childiren's Hospital, Eye and Ear Hospital, Im migrants Aid Society, I-omaoopathic Hospital, Austin Hospital for Incur ables, Richmond Free Dispensary, Convalescent Home for women, and Convalescent Home for men. To swell the large amount previously stated, the churches in the various districts throughoutwhich this journal circulates contributed as follows .-Episcopalion. St. Andrw's Brighton £44 8s. 1d; St. Mary's Caulfield £52 12s; St. John's East Brighton £9 10; St. M"artins' Hawkslurn £22 3s. 10d.; St. Stop lien's Elsternwick £31 4s. 2d; St. George's Malver...

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