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W[?] OUR. HER HEART WAS PIERCED WITH AN ARROW [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 10 November 1888

fl18 HART WA PT1 r ED WItH AN . ARROW RIroaaae eh Rot a her of Imitation Mat'ie Soap ineraed of sh6 genuint., and her loah. weag.po'"d. The real Simon Pore bha ibaI aear. pictrrd hurt .ampad ca i* and ir made only by 1'h. Vntlurln Soap anet Cendle Co.

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 10 November 1888

JONBI DUBS. BONFIIDUT. J. B. SCOTT, BRITA1NNIA BONE MILLS~ BA3DIUOOB. dege to Intercn VARNJ reW GBDCtIENtU, - others, that now, hhaving complete and aapell oadobnory, ho will be oonbled to opp1y t lege-. oo InoroeintnE domqied for hie OENIRBY aod maw WEVVRL NOVWN BONE MdANURE The Bnodnot propnrod at the NBITA3N& oLlaB Is UNIUtXE with any Ingn ve mtkr end t uepeoleIy reommended to '"avemee, Ieee aoch a It giv. an lmmedwitatoe IRNSIO&KW1T OROPS to whluh It hn a coca e ge OU TPB BONS ANIIR® loo noon largey O 01L; tor upward of toe years by prtottllai feenier, ua -n Rectify to Its conolnee and mepouicrltl when md Ion 'rope In Jaxtaprettlon with othor onere. The only Ble or Ledal awirdoe at the Intsuanehi . 'Cehblbttnlorrexcelloncoln BONnI'll T eae btntead "vhim t1he following ooroatS 3 ioId0 Znltcnnllcn.1 Nxhlbtle. 11M MelboueetEhiblton, 1071-I. Thlt o oortlq- that H. 3. B. S1OTT. or aladrtdwu, nLu bern a*arded a 1-fLYNn MEL AL foe EXGNQLLNOItI IN BIOE>UDUff ttslboome...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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A THRILLING ADVENTURE IN THE INDIAN OCEAN. (NEW YORK SUN.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 10 November 1888

A THRILLING ADVENTURE IN Ti E INDlAN OCEAN. (aEw ronic saOt.) "The Snlogapore Trading CompanyLlmited" was and is an organisation owning half a dozen briges and schoonors which vorage among the ielands of the Indian Ocean, and demaffo for pepper, spices clanamton, beenway. fine, rare woods, medicinal roto, and herbs, eto. On one occssion-tbie wasoe twenty years argo-thbis company received at. order from Sydney. Acttralia. for a gr-at quoantity of oharks' brains. It seemed that eome eminent quack doctor in the colony had made the discovery that sharkse' brains was the great oannacea the medical world had been looeini for to core nal iOPeanres. They. were dried and then puolveried and mixed with a oertsit.ggont and, as eilly an it may look to you. t:o poople weot wild over she now core. I presume the quack had a corneron the root part of the core, but eo could not corner the other portion. Sharkse are plentiful all habout. Auasralin, but they could net be caught fant enough to eupply t...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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SCRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 10 November 1888

S' KAPS Ti' nverage height o Ftooohmen is 5It. 4in. their average weight 1Sl4b. TIhere are 40.000 sailos enda maritime lbuon erg on she Anactralin coatt. The Maroblonene of Rion rhas sobearibed £20 o...rds the Parnell Erpensee Fond. The Congo Btate hat been dlv(ded for ad* lni-tirative purponer intoeleven provinoene. I bas been denldod in reetore the heatifets hlbanter itones rl the Cathedra!ats iinolno a a oast of £7,00. A 'tandarrd diotionary of the Chinese l.n' drunO, aptnsainfr thnnout 4-1000 eharant'w. w o n' reaoted by Pa oot.ane, who lived abutn 1.100 no 'lhe Indian mutiny hertn with the disband. 'rent o ..everil Btngot 'ertmente in Mornh. 1857 P"ioicrationooeabrated In England, let May, 18509 Poe Leo X IT Ita. .rnnonnced a con* d moation of tiu lshnle Go . mnt f or uon t nn-4 laoeui's ot, t Popsov on t Uterpation .t Romo, hb* nol..l of tits athbolec w . rk . Lord Ba..Ier .r 'he tn.I. 1a an colnnlre will give. ifr t.'tr . vp I ,t t..I tjts d in dr. Imcadine ndl " 'h . are ,ts...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 10 November 1888

AG}BIOULTORAL NOTEl . ` The present year bee, so far, been a most abnormally dry one, and, with the ezeeption of portions of Gippeland and the Cape Otway distriot, the oountry is now under going a drought that has not been paralleled ina its severity for a number of ysare past. The winter was exoeptlonally cold, hut withal very dry. There was suffiolent rain to give the crope a otart, but on no ocoaelon was the moisture sffieatlent to go down as far as the sunhull, So long as tho weather, therefore, continued cool, the young plants wore a healthy green appearance; but it was everywhere norioable that there waovery little growth. Hopes were grerral, however, that with the early spring a ehaoege would come in the weatner, and, with the lengthening days, the growth of both crops and graess would be very rapid. The erpeosed hbange did not come an looked for, and, as the spring will ebortly be over, and no rain 'yet having fallen, the hot weather of Outober has made serious havoo with th...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STANLEY'S MEDICINE CHEST. LONDON, Jan. 28. 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 10 November 1888

STANIJEY'S IEDICINE OBEST. YIIOM PA4L MALL OGtTlE'. Lha oun. Jen. t8. 1837 Aprnpos of Mr. H. 31. d.anldy'4 exaallaton, the " Cturaebau Ooatunonweaion" nape: " it s wrlath while to ratu.rk upon 'his oar fu. hreparaa I t aerllgarde de, mile. War, all hat oulpua haiti been 'oily eaudi d. oa waitt aoaeh where its a ha hir; Stanley is so soone-·tul. 'he other day we w-e eant, at the mtelulu. oheate waicth haloc bnea lrretaar 1t r ala nt thabe wll.anutawma rl i ' l r Hat*ha, Wta'aoaur audOt., 8..w Hila. E.erhytaan thate liael o .a oul uea Ian tlb ig bt rr. .ea ral couiaea Fe .outautd in thaaae an.na, at' aing ,witht. .a-obl a sawuabiathtu alatted lTa trovellie'. tadbeal Goldea' nail uaraeAd ' H. M. Hiastu.y' Chia pau.ublas In laa..arad with 0t sal, (dlather, aud it, thraeture, raaorougal ty. vo. naoted, whbtleas the ausle Clame, Ito a eballt) a~rried ia tho pocket. We r ula the well known Ameraoon fret it Lao toon, hear. Bturroaate, Welloaute ad 0i,.. have bdon eatauiedt by H. M 8 rate, w...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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HOW THE SUEZ CANAL INJURES ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 10 November 1888

HOW THE SUEZ OANAL INJURES ENGLAND. Colonel Sir C, W. Wilson, oresident of the Geographical Section of the British Anaeocla tion, delivered the opening addrees of the aotton at Bath recently. In the course of the address he said :-" The opening of the Suez Canal, by diverting trade fromn the Cape route to the Mediterranean, has produced and is still prodeiog chaongee in the intercourse between sheEast and theWeetwhich asiect this country, more nearly, perhaps, than any other Europeau State. The chngee have been in three dlrectione. Firs', a.' increasing pro portlon of the raw materialo and produce of too Hat is carried direct to Mediterranean ports by cbip. paasing thronugh the canal, instead of coming, as it once did, to Elanlan fir distribution. Thou Odessa, Trieste, Venice, and Marseillea are becomin centres of distribotion fir S ,ethern and Central Europe, as Antwerp and Hamburg are for the North; and our merchants are thou toeing the profits they derived from tranebipping and f...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 10 November 1888

ITEMS OF INTEtELT. A gigantio- scheme is proposed by which the canons of the 11Oky Mooualais are to be dammed up from bthe Canadian boundary to Mexioo, in order to orm vast eseirvoirs of water, to be used in abthe ard ladi. a.d so prevent the disastrous floods in the Lower Miesliappf. A peor's son is jast now fulfiling the term, of an extraordinary wager. He la going about the B et-ccnd of London vfsitbin the varlous poblig-bouces and jerforming coo jucteg ticka ton the bars and taproome. The nordling le an adept preetidigitateur, and is maid to be getting by his performaoe quite a aubatantal pecuniaory reor... The wager is said to be for 1100. A new alasa recen'ly invvnted in Sweien is said to be capenle when maels lino a lece for n ainrroeo ne. of .'enanilang o Li dieolnnirh toe 204.,700,000h parte of au inch t " ft eloan .aid cbha there is dr.et pronmie of the gl.sa c..dnciug wonaurfully poweafal teleoup. ulneer, au.l a new departure in aetroonuoy. Toe latens usewidling trick an ...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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Breaking the Spell. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 10 November 1888

Breaking the Spoll. 'v" oInvet ron lone, I've loved you well, N n.', vonid have loved you better; Y. i'ii rno..,It wra aI potent Rpeil Vhinb hoi.n ru m like aioftter. Par Ion d'rhid I hov i not ceased to woo you, lit yoru-you do iot love me, do you? lFo nom y370t nrn your head away Wthent.e'.r yi *ue rne comiog; W'ilet I anu rghing welladay, You .i,'o lin,r waltz are humming. 'T .. d Ire vnS whit, you chancod to meet me A so"e aoe,, titeo euiles would greet me. S ", . 1*,0 t hoe 'rThe word sounde and I . . I. ina o'.t duty T ! 4, .. 'ant ho add U litil r-.' to her beauty. A. n. vo a w iooabiof ynu vo been doing I Eiaro thui lay lfrth I cease my wooing I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 10 November 1888

WOHKA"RS RLUID ) U&Gi*AIA is pcetlctiatt n inrI itec sea LlluK ,odatlve and apeolont Is lead of Irtvsltciovnd acidity ci the stoeecch. pc dttoiC1y duiiiJ prs.iccoy lobulea oampatlc, is, isciliu dleosrrn. 0e ec dikane,. It ipeodlly riemov Os.tcllec .al nd ..nooatloos* Ohtvegulas digestion. II csavir 1all to aocolose the owtoath In a la w minute, sltar coany ecoss. A a loto or the moith It Inlecnet Ita bhccat, acd the Mlagnels dlean th usth Ilev lostC,. OUIhIiAY'il FLUIb UAGNKLdIA cl1m. 1% veiehlj lolceeds Ic remoing 2he spsmes tlauIanbe., coed r.trise cought to which dellecta pienls are enbtec from aoldity 41 othe'ttoabif ocUvtow. Plress ohereev the Igeatuvo c bh ooue . oc 0nvyr labe) $old by an ohoeoeta analtcI-n, Datbr, LavatorIoae Iargo oonhignmewna juos opeond up, with All latoat lrnprovomontra nd of approved de; algos. John Danko and Son, 42 only Ilcurke atreot woal. Melbourrno.-(ADvT) A NoW York showman hoa conlratotd foe I ,OQIO faE :They ,are to ha given avray sa wiol...

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Don't Throw Away. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 10 November 1888

Dan't Throw Away. 1)nn'r, throw sway your old mpoona, forks, a~lv.... r, ad ontl'n SerOvio., eperf~fle, 0 .". - a S thr "a*..n to John Dauko and i 3 H 111 B .n. 1- street west, MeIlnu ne. to be relv."ý"ad rp:wel'n uew.-(A

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MR. GLADSTONE AS A TALKER. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 10 November 1888

MR. GLADSTONE AS A TALKER. The '" New York Tribune" publishes from ' 0. W. 8." the followinog descriptlou of Mr. Gladstone as a talker : 0R1 MODEN MAUOADLT. There remains to this generation one talker who may be likened to Macaulay ; I mean Mr. Gladestoone. To write about a living celebrity as traily as about one who already belongs to bhistory is impossible ;It is equally imposaslble to give in a few sentenees a Coin. piete sccont of Mr. Gladatoun'e oharao* teristica as a talker. 1 name him oct as a type, but as an antI-type. ilis manuet belongs to a period that is past, if that can be said to belong to any pariod which Is ini act entireir tndividual. If I liken him to M.caulay, it is boaouse he also has in a degree that habit of monologue whiob Macoulay had. and with him other lee famoeus personages of bia time. His talk is a stream, a stream like the Oxus in Arnold's versa Brimming and brlghtl and arge. Nor does anybody. like Horace's rueslo,wait for it to 11aiw out; it Is a stre...

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MR. AND MRS. BOWSER. (DETROIT FREE PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 10 November 1888

MB. AND MRIBS. BOWSER. (narnorr traen rmns,) Three or four Doys came to the back door the other day and inquired.'for Mr Bowser and as aoon as he came up from the office i mentioned the facs and added: SYou are not going to buy another dog, I hoper ' umphbl' he replied as he hung up his hat. 'And I don's want-any cats around.' 'That' just like you I It's a wonder to me the brute creartion doesn't flyI when you atop out doors. I wounldn't have as hard aheart as yo're for all the world.' 'And as for pigs, Mr Bowser, I hpo yon won's think of 'em. The neighbours haven't yet got over your last adventuro in the pig tine.' * My adventure I' he shouted. 'You teased me to buy a pig and build a pen. I wanted to gratify youen, pumpkin-bead that I was, and I bought a pig. What did I hanve to do with his squealing the whole twenty.four hours? What did I have to do with his getting out of the pen a dosmn times per day ' 'Oh, well, let's not have any more cows or pigs or been or dogs. We don't see...

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AT THE EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 10 November 1888

AT THE EXHIBITION. Monsieur H. Tahne, the great Fronob aigio. remarks in his 'Doloe on England that the typieal Egtllebman has a gbtlns for details, and that a love for de tails would seem to be a characterlstlo of the bhole Brltisch rao3. Monsieur Taeie r -eonld certainly bhavoe described Mr E. Miller, the meuse business manager of the Centennial Exhibition, as a man witlh a genine for detaIls. On a recent visit to the Exhibition. I saw the whole of the arrange, ments for Iho Centennial cheir, whlah have all been planned and courried out under the superviolon of Mr. Miller, and with whob it would he very d fniclt to find any fault. Before the preeasont Exhibition, the arrangements for the acoommodation of musiolans and eingers in thebs building was very inadequsto Indeed; but Mr Mtiler has abanged all that. To ehow how many detailsa had to be thought olin correction with the Centennial bchoir, it may be mentioned that the 1,200 yards of ribbon used for the anabes of the lady member...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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THE NATURAL HISTORY OF A CHINESE QUARREL. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 10 November 1888

THE NATURAL HISTORY OF A CHINESE QUARREL: A writer in the " North China Herald,' dihcousein "Soula Typhoons," ordomrnetic and other brawls among the Chinee, eaye that among a populacion of aulh unexampled denselty, whore famitlee of great: ize are 'aroweel togebther-three or four geoerations, with ad the wives end abildren under one root-ocoslions for quarrel are all pervasive. The sons' wives and bchildren are proliflo sonroes of domestio nupleasannese. ..Eaoh wife strives to make her husband feel that in the comonunisy-of property he is the one who is worsted; the elder wife tyrennises over the yonuger ones, and the latter rebel The Instinot of the Western with a grievanoe is to get It redressed straight ray ; that of ale Ocientalis. erat oe all, to e16 the world at large know that he has a grlevance. A Colnaman who has been wronged will go upon the strese and ruser as the top of he voices. This art of hallooing, as ie is culled in Olinese, Is oloss'y assooltaed with that of reoti...

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LIFE ON THE FRONTIER. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 10 November 1888

LIFI PiNa TiE r;FONTLIKt . In tio 'neow 'miineir of the "Century," there is a: very enterthinne paper by. Mr. Theodore Roosevelt upon "Frontier Types." Mr. Roosevelt knows too frontier and its people thoroighly, and hle shawhee are taken our le vii. At the outhaet he explaine huw it is that "on the border virtue and wioked nes alike take on very pronounaed ooloura." A man (he anys) who in alvilleatslon would be merely a baokbiter, becomes a murderer on the frontier; and, on the other hand, he who in the oity would do nothing more than bid you ahoery good.mcrolog abatea his last bit of ean-jerked venieon with you when bothare threatened by elarvation in the wilderneers. One bhunter may be a dark-browed, evil eyed ruffian, readly to kill cattle or run off horses without heesitation, who if game fatls will at once, in Weastern phraseo, " take to the road"-that Is, hecome a highwaymasn. £ho next ts perhaps a quiet, kladly, elmple hearted man, law-abiding. modestly un consolous of the wo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 10 November 1888

JohnDankrsandlBons 2rrigatingatlng Measrs. John Danks and onn, 42 Bnorke street mono, Molbonros, are coo more than ever devoting themnelove ti thin tine at bosiness Their Monitor pomp for booe.. works iss really ioerpresloo, arn at the same' time capable of Irrigating large areae; having secored the aenony of Mesars. tansomes nhmo, and Jefries for portable euginoe, Memesr. D*enka and Son are able to compete well far moare irrigation plants, ormprising osotrifloal pumpes nenineand pipe complete, and, beine thorough practical engineers. their goodi may be always rolied opon. A largo stock or special pipes to'r rrguating always on hand.-(ADnvv WEIAT WHAT WHAT WHAT WHAT WHAT BACK ACHE, WARNER'S GRAVEL RHItIUMATISM, SAFE CURE NEURALGIA.' HIAD ACOP OURES NBRVOUSNeSS, INDIGiETION< There is ho DonuT of this great remredar potency. It lin o NOw E DcIsoeovrn Uxrr andmaybap woBnTHLrss but in familiar, o the poblen for years as the only rslitble remedy foe diseaseas of the Kidneys, L...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 10 November 1888

FO;BTY'· POUNDS P.EWARD. WILLIAM DUNCA 2, form rly of Surrey. England--wan in atn Francisco, 18784.n or fleer Melbourne us tutor about 1I75 wffl hr news to bia advantaoge on communicating withome, or tho above reword will be podd for conclu -aivoevideuce of bin death. .HEADEN SMITH, solicitor, relbourne. 5 AMiX u.naMu .nl, An ueavunana-. aide, Machinery nad Botchoes' Goode o' all kinds. Sulphur for fledcarelug-Beet qoility. Sal for Manure, sheep. Cattle. tc. Teas, Orinadrte aod OpIreN. aeryo Barry. lit Spencer street, Melbomune. Sol l geat fel BlasL Ior Bralend OAaeo and Fl. Bolt a[BUBT MONEY, to amoouks o eelO boRR.wor Tn ete truOva h per 0se.lermall Inucn oh deed. awithout boreeae arageod wrilhoo delay. J W Bis and Gte, eormanby Ch amnbes, 7 R hauery laae, Meloeeena neaollobad 8eM. .A&USTAAN and rNATIVE, aIn iMMEN iTOOK 8 B. OLAIR. neuier, 7 liodoes heeo stwel, aed lrnewlok, Obtained hpghs'. asard at ERhblbsle In London, Amturdam, nuetrdlt; and r aoaaab S Twe Gold Medal S ...

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A MATRIMONIAL CATECHISM. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 10 November 1888

A MAiIL YONIAL OATEOHISM. He was vr,. pracioul, and in order so have s mae yn: vr- and squloe beforebhed, he 'You know, datling. I promised my mother thatmy wif ashould be a good houneekeeper, and a domeat o woman. Can eon cook? 'I coan, abe said, swallowing a great big iamD In hoter throat. * Oan you make good breat? That Is tha fundamental principle of all housekeeping ' ' Yes, I went into a bakery. and learned howto mok all kinds of hreo' She added uader her breath. 'm.yhe' And can do your own dressmaking ? I am comparbttv-.y a p or mao, oye, and dretse takers' bits would soot, benkrupt me.' * Yes,' shae soaid frankly, I con make every Shine I weatr, especially pattern bonnets.' 'Your err a jewel,' he cried with enthuoli aamj'come tomy arms- * Wait a minute-there's no hurry.' she said coollyr. * It's my turn to ask a tew qoec tiona Oan mou saw wood and carry in coal tI' 'Why, my lore, I bhould hire that work done.'. SCan you make your otJt, veste, troose's, and other weariRg appa...

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VON MOLTKE AT HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 10 November 1888

VON MOLTKE AT HOME. - 'The "Kolnlscbe Zeiiung" sublisehe a lone and intoreasiing `arile;s on Ond it Moeltkdrsl; official rsidence. which the K'e.'. tactician i aqlig 'n retate, altb.ugh ho no loger.'holdsi his ofLios : , DEOOIATID ACOOiRINO'TO THE TATidTE Or THEZY ElIBOSee VBID)RIICK. Since his raonru from tiie* F aaco"Germti'" war, .V.n Molrko has, had his it me idth.ES official on lanoit of the Dieral tadraff ut the army on the Eli .IarplatG at Bault, whre habs Chief f the isaff bas a I re rue eerio-, wits; thirtyr indo we faulng the Ku iOultar arnoithe b i yloilcses raral . POnis Emslptce Fredt'nOk her-,: self, at that rimeCrownarPeinteus.ai Germany;' underf rok the aovervisln a) ihe decorativeat arraniemonott, ,i. hor ru.oel:ert taoe is l asp mlly Ti"lhs. in the Wit .e 5aaler-room; iv .teo the Lroy-tr'oi t leader oftt. I a eine to-m "clINte .t oliu-'cal uitalc, ua.: the add ,uing' suilt lflahlna-otunrt in the Hloirish ilutbe of. a uraianr to Fietd vlarbhall lieun rest', utleit a...

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