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BLACK BLOOD: A PECULIAR CASE. BOOK II. CHAPTER XXXIV. PUT TO THE TEST. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 10 November 1888

BLACK BLOOD: SA PEOULIAR CASE. Br GEORGE &f&NVILLE FENN, Author of 'The rmlter of the Ceremonies, The Parson of Domford,' Etao. BOOK II, ORAPrER XxxIV. PDr TO TOO TST. The strikes and look-ooat continued in the town, but the troops were called out no more. A spell of stormy wath-r set ao, and the most liery of the rioters felt qeasnahol by the tre mendone downpoor which asaturated every thing and sent the river tearing through the medone. no longer a peacefuol silver stream, but a turbid torres draining away the peaty waters of the moore. Tbeano came a bresk-no of the cloaude. the sun ebone out. end R b Black falt as if a new life was beginning as be received orders to not she part of bearer of a despatchb to the next town, where a troop of- the regiment had been stationed cosequeant up in the truables. He rode iff with his despeptoh-chared eabretalobe banging his ecabbdrd, and in doe time got over the twenty mifa between the two townr, delivered his loste . massed w...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PASSAGES FROM THE EMPEROR FREDERICK'S DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 10 November 1888

'PASSAGSS FROM THE EMPEROR' I FREDEBRICK'S DIARY. The following are some further extracts from the Emperor Frederick's diary as given In, the "Deuteahe Rondeohan." They all beloog to the timo of the Franco-German War: THR EMPEROR'S MOTTO, On 29th July he writes:-" Oartwr'ght is oohinig from Italy, where opinions differ as to the person from whom Rome may h6pe to' get most I have a preeentiment that after the present ear we shall have an interval of peace afterall the battles and bloodshed, b ast present my motto ise, ' Fearlessly and eteadaiy onw.rd, with the help of Gla' " With raj rd to the oo.opera lot. of the BoSth Ger man States, ihe writes oe 0 h August -' T"riair aeiisneoos had been the Oemeut besween the varioud bodies of troops. Tue uooseqenoces wilt be of soor. mous importance ifwe only seriously try not to le the prueunt moment slip by unused.' He adde : ''A Frcnon Cuiraesier culouet *. i to mo, 'Als, Sir, what,a defeat ; what a miseorione. 1 am ashamed of bet g a prisone...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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THE HAUNTED HOUSE IN CHEYNE ROW. A SEANCE WITH "THOMAS CARLYLE" AND OTHERS. (PALL MALL GAZEITE) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 10 November 1888

THE HAUNTED HOUSE IN CHEYNE ROW. A SaccE wrrnT "Tnouas Canr.tu' Asn OTlaaa. (PALL MALL OzttiTE) The masons were busy at No. 24 Cheyne row when we turned In from the Embank ment, and ladders were up in front of the house. Is seemedas if the familiar old houose which has been rendered ssared by Its ageo ciations with Mr. OCaryler, was undergoing an ourside reasoration. On exremiaton, how ever, it was found that the men with the ladderso outside were only arranging to insert a medallion boet of Mr. Carlyle in the front of the house to mark it ot cor the ptlgrime who come to Chelea from all parts of the English . peaking world. After standing ermprty for some years tne hones os now beoon occupyied. Ourtaine are in the windows, and there are siges of life and activity much greater than those which were visible during the losine years of the old soae's life. The horse itself ha been renamed as Casrlyle oosous arl it la now in the oupasUaroo uit hero. Octielli, who for seoavnteen years was...

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GLEANINGS IN THE FIELD OF COURT GOSSIP. (PALL MALL GAZETTE) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 10 November 1888

GLEANINGBS IN THE FIELD OF COURT GOSSIP. (PALeL MALtL Goazra) Count Vauil has found a anuoceseor, or rather a humble follower, who has colleoaed thoeRgleanings after the couant's rich harvest of Court end sooiety goesip. "Cosmopoll. tan," in his "Random Rocollections of Courts and Society" (Ward and Downey), cannot lay claim to any literary aptitude, and his grammar Is now and then as "random" as his recollections, but he tells some good or amueing stories, of which the following are a few examples: TnE PBInCE OP WALFESS DEBUT IN Tow BALL BOOM. The Prince of Wales paid a visit to his sister at the end of November; the Regent gave a State dinner in hisl honour in his own palsce in Berlin, and Lard and Lady Bloom tield a b.ll at me British Legation. The Prince, although seventeen years old, did not look more than fourteen ; he had the appearance of being quite a boy, fair and very slim; his large bloc eyes were much admired, and the Berlineeo were pleased with his simple, unaffected m...

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THE FROZEN PIRATE. CHAPTER V.—I SIGHT A WHITE COAST [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 10 November 1888

THE FROZEN PIRATE.* BY W. CLARKE RUSSELL, Latbor of The Wreck oe the Groevenor,' I The Lady Mand,' ' A Sailor's Sweetheart,' 1o0. sasrean V.-I Stour A Wrrae CoAer Faout days did I pats in thas litle open Satt. Tle Brat day was floa till suatset; it then Ilewtr fresh from she north-west, and I was obliged to keep the boat before the wind. The next day was dark and turbulent. with heavy falls of snow and a high swell fron the north, and the wind a small gslo On the third day the sun shone, and it was a fair day, but horribly cold, and I saw two iceobergs like cloods upon the f.r western msea-line. There followed a crnel nilght of louded skies, sale-t, and anow, and a vore troubled sea; and then broke the fourth day, as softly brillant as an English May day, bat sold-great God, hew cold I Thus might I epitomise this passage; and I do so to spare you the weariness of a ?elarno of nnor ntful snfferieg In thoefou nr days I mainly ran before the wind, and in ooia way dr-v.. many leagues so...

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SCIENCE NOTES. A MECHANICAL WONDER. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 10 November 1888

$Ul it. 5JL' NOTJES.; A OMECHANIOAL WONDER. A row eubmainoe boat intended to revoin. lirnioo naval warfare has bee. built at Touloon. Sheo is deilgnrd by .A Rnamagote, government enginoer. She is so on,.etruLted as to be able to dive ompletealy ieC.ectl the keol of the largest ironolal, and by means of special apparaeus fsaten explosive cartridges to the sides of an onemy'se vessel, and is enabled to maintain omnluioa- onn with explosiveo cartridqoges fixed by means of a steel wire by which tne oacrriuges can be exa ploded by eleotriotty. This new engine of destrutlion combines all the riquitsite on ditione of speed, steering sip-ai y, sub mersion, emerelon ano habtabuni y. The vessel io 17 metres long haeetneo perpen dieoalars and 1.80 metree beam.- isne to en abled to dive nuder water'to any gtven depth by meansa of a seriec ,.f redsaevorea coal repeive water in variable quau Iier. Reservoirs of oqmpreessed air alluw air fir breathing purpoete to be renewed as will. Uorizontal ust...

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THE YOUNG FOLKS. MY PLUCKY BOY TOM; OR, SEARCHING FOR CURIOSITIES IN INDIA FOR MY SHOW. CHAPTER XXXVIII.—SOLVING THE MYSTERY—AN APPALLING DANGER. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 10 November 1888

THE YOUNG FOLKS. MY PLUOKY BO)Y T'OM; OR, BEAROHINGPiOR OlRIOSITIES IN INDIA FOR MY SHOW. By P. T. BAiLYVe. Onaenna XXXVIII.-SoL'or o raU MIs TrtY-At APPArALLIOG DANGEOs, Tom Bradford's ory was a gasping shriek so he flung up his arms, dropped his rile, and fell bnakward on the raft like one dead. Mr. Godkin and Atheor were strouck with aooneternation at she Hlght, and, forgetfol of their own peril, eprang forward from the front of the strocure to his help, Tho lad, after falling, turned on his side, and lay on toe very edge of the raft, in im minent rink of rolling into the lake. Mr. Godkin was the first to reach his friend, and seizing him by the shoulder, he hastily drew binm back to the layer of glass at the frons. Athoor was but en isoant behind him, and grasped the other shoulder of the lad, his removal being effeooted in a twinkling. BuRot quick as was the work, each was oon. salons of a sudden, sharp pain that passeed through their hbodies, canuing an involuntary exo:amation...

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Aspiration. [REVELATIONS II. AND III.] [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 10 November 1888

Aspiration. By Rav. J. W. Astar. (RcvELarcoa 1I. AND 111.1 To him that overcometh A banquet will I give, The truit of life eternal. Tha: he may eat and live Toe tree, which at creation, Was laid in Idsen a od. And now it blooms and bloeoms In tho Paradise of God. To him that overcometh Will God give at that day A crown of life immortal That radoth not away; The lake of fire and brimuatone To him no hurt shall bring, The death that never dieth For him shall bhave no sting. To him that overcometh dlball aogel' food e agiven. The new and hidden manna That coreth down from Reaven: And a atone of purest whitenes; And graven in bthe stone A name which no span knowaeth Save he and God alone. And he that ovorcotrneth And endornth to the end, Shall ttiumph, and the natione Inofoa his rod shall bend, And be to abivere broken A. a posteala vensls are Ad.I mrayself enlltivelo him The Bright and Morning Star. And let him that overcometh le clothed in raimnsl white. Add to him shalt be granted To...

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THE LADIES' COLUMN FASHION NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 10 November 1888

THE LADIES'. COLUMMN BrY VrvA. FASHION NOTES. At the English and French out-door sports of the year the two most renarkable items are said to have been the parasola and the bhate. Small hats were some time ego the height of fashion, but now their popu larity is challenged by the large ones. Gains. boroughs, Direototro hats and that large vare: y of chapcanur known as "plinture" hats were almost universally worn by young ladies at home race meetings. These "ploturo" hate were in pale-coloured muslin, soft silk, white ohip, or fancy straw, crowned with flowers-literally crowned, for all the trimming was massed on the top of the rather low flat crown Nearly all the brims were prominent, some very prominent, straight outwards, curved upwards, bent up into a point, turned up on one side and down the other, or indented and flattened clare to the crown at the bock, in fact, in any way that individual fancy dietated. Nothing seemed to be too outro. The brims were often maJe of a different c...

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

SUPPLEMENT. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, AT THREE O'CLOCK. ON THE GROUND. MAYVSE. MLR Justly acknowledged one of our prettiest and healthiest suburbs. Second Sale of that noble Property, The Great Mllalvern Park Estate. Being that Splendid Hill running through from Darling Road to Bunrke Road, Stationahlmost on the Estate. 81 CHARMING VILLA SITES, 81. Comprising the Highest Portion of this Famous Estate, Within Three Miiutes Walk of the Railway Station, at Junction of Darling and Lower Malvern Roads, on the Burnley to Glen Iris Railway Line, now in course of construction, and sLortly to be opened for Traffic, and also being within 10 minutes easy walking distance of the Caulfield Railway Station. Investors, Speculators, and others Reserve Yourselves for this Important Sale. JOHN VALE AND SON Hai e received instruction from the trustees of the Great Malvern Park Estate, to sell by auction as above,. 81 LOVELY VILLA ,SITES, 81. Fronting Brunel and Paxton Streets, comprising the cream of thi...

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To Professional and Mercantile Men. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 November 1888

To Professionnl and Mercantile Men. Wo bog to draw attention to the follow. ing:-- lS a year insures against ALL' noel dents to human lifo and secures £1000 at Death and £5 a week during ;injuy.. Pro posal forms and all particulars. on applioa: tion to the Colonial Mutual Insurance Company, 82 Collins street, West, One Thousand F'ivo Hundred :clains :have been paid by this Company. h. ope for the Deaf, Nicholson's Ear Drums cure deafness. The most astonlsihing cures have been ofeooted. Hond for 182 page 'Illustrated Book con talinng fall particulars of this invention, Free. Dr. Nioholson, 0: "Williamistreet, lMelbourne. ? VWhy go Furtlser ? Canton Tea Company, 116A.Chapel street, Prnhran, aro Selling. Choicest New Season's Teas at Is, is lid, is (d, s lid and 2e per alb ahd upwards. Boxes, quarter.chsts, half. chstseand chests at Greatly Reduced Rates

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WIT AND HUMOUR. HOW TO WASH CLOTHES WITHOUT RUBBING! [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 November 1888

WIT ANID- HUMOUJR HOW T1 WASHC CrUES wrroTHuT': RUBBING r - Take a quarter bar of Genui o' f:?gic'Soapv dissolve in fromo 2'nl. to 1lgal, water (an ordinary copper). When the watxe is boihngi' thoroughly, plt in the dirty cl,?mee (which. ':r neod not be stcopcd.beforehand) &amd- boil'aor twenty thinutes, occa?ionally stirring them up" with a stick. Then ianee well twice'in cold-.: water, and they will bm perfecOy clam' andL white. Be careful to 'ct Oenaino Magii',. (stamped "a heart piercem with an arrow" y.. for it does not injure the fimeut clothes ore ton' ' derest skin, which many imrtations do.

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

... Auctions. SATURDAY, 24th NOVEMBER 1888. THE Darlillgs Estate, CORNER OF Darling and Waverly Roads, Yale .. centre of . Three Railway Stations. WILL BE SOLD BY AUCTION ON And orningh a nd Bondrly Road, r. Victoria Buildings, Corner Collin and Swanston Streets, Melbourne. Plans and Free Railway Passes on application at the Offices of the Auctioneers. Terms :OneTenth Cash, Balance G and 12 Months at 6 Per Cent. . . 7 MINUTES WAL ROM THE LAND,) WILL BE OPENED BEFORETE TFIRST BILL I8 And Tr~iPiIai~l tiike 17 minutes. . . . ...* . I, " atThree Railoof Marquey with Seats Provided.ions LAN ,LiI. . , . T' , Auctions.::, THIS DAY. REMEMBER . THIS DAY. REMEMBER iLA MASCOTTE ESTATE." REMEMBER It is OHKLEIGH. REMEMBEI T f The Name LA MASCOTTE. REMEIMBER It Means the LUCKBRINGER. REMEMBER *;..i,'.i',. ... Thereare 42. ALLOTMENTS. REMEMBER . arhe PICK. REMEMBER They are HIGH and DRY. They are not in a Swamp REMEMBER OAKLEIGH will Shortly be one of the most Important ' : RAILWAY JUNOTIONS In th...

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

SpjecialAdvertisemenbts. Oakleigh COFFEE PALACE, BROADWOOD STREET, Oakleigh. THE above Coffee Palace is now open, .L, and affords ample accomodatiou for VISITORS, TOURISTS, AND THE :.!PUBLIC IN GENERAL. Breakfasts, Dinners or Banquets got up in thebest style. A Special Dining Room for Ladies. Double and Single Bedrooms. :, A good Library is provided, containing choice and seclect works. !'' Charges Moderate. , W. CLEMENTS, Proprietor. J. R. BAVINTON, B 0OTMAKER, POINT NEPEAN ROAD, . ' North Brighton. _.-i PT., P.A S, 0 E & i 0 CO GROCERS, PROVISION & PRODUCE MERCHANTS, Corner of . AGNEWSBT.: 'AD POINT NEPEAN BD.;. ; : ,NORTHK BRIGHTON.: Best 'Country;i t' Hay. Chaff always in Stock. Agents for Eady & Co.'s Celebrated Dandelion Ale. HORNE-R& 5COTTER CORN MERCHANTS & GENERAL -.,.',. i?I,:SEIEDS EN, . ... BROADWOOD ; STREET,: OAKLEIGH; A " Good 'Assortment of General Produce, Garden, and other seeds on sale at the lowest remunerative prices. All ...

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SCRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 November 1888

SCRAPS. There are '4,000 women in, Governme._ employ at Washington. .: The pearl-fishin season in Ceylon -hsjusa clooed, and has been an unexpected suc?es,. nearly 800,000 rupees being realisod by,,tlC,?.." vernmo - t The ingenuity of manufacturers has. gone so far that not only is almost everythib> oew maco out of paper, but paper is.now mad eat of almost everything. - Japan is, par Crcllenree, the countryof taxa.. tion. The tax-collector is such an unpopular personage that there is great difhalltyis geti5g people to undertake the dlstateful dutes,. A Swiss watch manufacturer has Just in vented a watch fortthe blind, on the dial of which the hours are indicated Iyl 12 pajojctig pegs, one of whi?,sitnks every lhour. Lace of very delicate texture was mad o?I Flanders in 1320; Its ieiportttDn into Eng land was prohilited in 1.8, hut it was used h the Court system, of Elizahbotih'.rci', It is said that cetcrpillars and other pests. ef trees and shrubbery may lbe dednoyed by_ b?il in...

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Lethal Acts of Daring. (LAW JOURNAL.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 November 1888

U." ' imiLeaF~&ota of Daing.:' -InI~ geneal the aw of England duss not.pre spurt at manapottiu'lutraw l in pril of his lifei hedges nottttaiin n lose tit.. If, however bec uxrcisd this right so as to bringj ah9ut whal the law i ksidvi a i public nuisance. hu'e> scoii the hi. Wlaitit oostituotr ia public ,iiitiinco is largely at matter of degre. .Walkiiigen'o;tha highm rope at "tthe Crystal Itmalacu *ultd cltonel be'` lawful, its aa ,full' svotld >1,0o on accidents 'dA -'tied lemlloou hiasr: Wen enjoined uts a nuaisnce at tho' siit' of. neigh'-s lagmeing proprietors; het.hallooning in~frne air is I11 sf wim, subject OnIly to tbh. ac~luoeI trfajaos rcgasaittlo on oouupisrs: of ..thu~oarth ,ilapntl. rimnd to the actual 1tra puiii n i ,For tnarur in psUit Of foil twice ILa w iek' ir.o:inap ohuite hi ta ir,;upiiYq r f Ionilbrun Lft emp ty (d ,cgastichid hdm;' cojiti.. tittcs suc1h a cambbinntnioii of dniig& f tblitineoilfL injury' tim the 4'aJ "'ipwi ¶f ,ian -donmor...

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How a Russian Peasant Paid a Debt. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 November 1888

How a Russian Peasant Paid a Debt. WhileeEnglishumen are discussing whtiher` marriage is a failure or not, the Vienna oorrespendent of The Daily Tlegraph sayethe Russian peasant lives quietly at home, ima sells hiiL wife if it pleases him so to' do. This the correspondent illustrates by the following story :-A Russian peasant gave his wife to a creditor in discharge of a debt he wasaun able to pay-and the debt'was not a very largoe one. The peasant in question had owed: a neighbour for a considerable time the sum of'thirty roubles (about £3 in English meont The p?editor became tired of waiting, and1 Sressel'hiseclaim at a time when the luckless debtor;had nothing in his cash-box. H?e offered his wife to the claimant in lieu of the thirty roubles, and the proposal was Simmediately accepted by the impatient: creditor, who happened to be a widower and' willing to try the yoke of married life again.. In order to make the compact more legally. binding, the wife-vendor summoned all hiss f...

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

vslots "hý" id U(t' to T bn' Dankn~ nnd flon. 4 o orko itw ruot west1 Melbouiiw, to ho c p 1sRod c qwM to otW.--(Amtr.)- "

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The Age of Wisdom. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 November 1888

.. . . The 'Kgeof "Wisdom. Ho!T pnettypage, with the dimpled chinr:,,,, 4,,, - Thatnever has known the barber's s , - Al.your wish is woman to win, T This i.-the way that boys begin-' . W alt till you como to forty er.' '.. Curl gold locks cover foolish brainn,; :-:': ' iling and cooingiq all ypir cheer ;...-' : aSigliiiand singing of midnight strains, ; Urndjifronnyboel's window. panee-.. -, . ' Witttillyou cont to forty year , . Fortytones oveor lotMichaelmas ans. . Grizzlig hair the brain dothclonx--' ' Thoniyoni know a.boy:is annass, ;, "' ; Themyosa know the worth of alass;,"~ l .-' Onooeyou have come to forty year. ; ., .: D;ledfgeawe round, I hid'yo deolare, :' All 'gd fellows whose beards are g '.ta. ,, Did'nottho fai6est of the fair Clbmmot grow and wearisome ore Bver a month was passed away P The reddest lips that over have n ise3d,; - The Bightest eyes that cvorhiave shbo., -. ay pry and whinper, and we not lis-, . SOr loo away, and never be missed, .- . .Er yeyt over a m...

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The Microphone. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 November 1888

- The Microphone:. The application- of the 'mirophonoe t; military tactioi- haa .een' on. trial for. some; tinie t Meoutaubao,;,'rance. .The. oritinori of the idea is Liectenant lealtordioiu of th4 132nd Regimnent of 'Lerritorial Infantry. T adaption of the instrument has proved most valuable for the purposes of reconnoitering, by giving an automatin warning of the passage of troops along a probable line of march at .gdistanoo of many miles. The contrivance consists essentially of a sounding. plate, which is buried in the soil underneath an expected route of the enemy, and im electric wire which connects it with an ordinary microphone at headquarters. So delicate were the sounds which were emitted that the difference between a foot and a horse regiment could be easily detected, and an approximate idea could be obtained of the numbers of the advancing host. Generals Vinceon and Do Souls, with their staff, were present at the experimoents, and they were so much impressed with the prac...

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