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

Colleges and Schools. "FINIS CdRONAT OPUS."' BRIGHTON LADIES' COLLEGE I(" Ellesmere,") ST.:ANDREW STREET, - Near the Town Hall ': ", :.) , - . ' Pnik.i:t, ; " ' , ' ' MRS . J. d.HAINES, : (Lat' o Clifton rill Lndies' College), SFor several years teiachieri iider :':the Board of, Education, S .. . ... Assisted'by: :'.. MISS A.'E. COX.,- : .. English-Literaturo and Mathematics, S., GRENFELL. B.A.. L.L.B. :.i : - ' French 'nd German, , .:.:HERR OTTO MJULLEBR. ,- .. Drawing and Painting, ::,: J.:: F. JONES, Eso. Pianoforte, :;, T. J. HAMMONDESQ., :, Miss BURKITT, R.A.M., S, Mrs: A. E. COX S:-alistenies, i:SSES 'DICK :and MOON. ' esident Governess: MISS A, E. COX : .TERMS. S (Payablq in advance) Day. Piiiils: En'glish (as below), also Languages ... One and half to Fotir Guineas per Term Resident'Pripils (unider 12 years): English (as below); also. Languages, S Music,'and Painting . . Twelve Guineas per Term R: .Resident'Puplils (over 12 years): . English (as below), also Languages, SMusi...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader And District Record
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OUR OPEN COLUMN. TO THE EDITOR OF THE LEADER. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 19 November 1887

OUIR OPEN COLUMN. TO THE EDITOR OF THE LEADER. S ni,- nam instructed on behalf of the Go-A-Henad Tent I. O. llechabites of Brigh ton, and also in the interests of the various temperance bodies of the district to ask you to publish the enclosed correspondence between our tent and the committee of the so-called Uni ted Friendly Societies' demon stration of Brighton. Our objectis to let the general public know that, as a body, we and all temperance orgnnizationshave been de barred the privelege of representation on that committee, that our appeals and pro testations have been treated with desdnin'; and that the demonstration .is not the out come of the United Friendly Societies, but of a certain section of them. We feel that it is necessary that the public should know this in the light of several resolutions that have been passed by the committee, other wise, the onus of any questionable proceed ings which may arise on the occasion of the demonstration, may, in a measure, reflect upon ...

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

II EALTII, BlEAUITY &r COMIFORT For One Penny p)er week. FoamingTooth Wash promotes the above. It is the safest, most pleasant, most effective, and most economical of all pro. parations for cleaning the teeth. It is original and unique. There is nothing like it. Price is per bottle, which lasts 12\woeks when used every day. J. Hl. taIBMANN AND Co., Manufacturing and Dispensing Chemists, Now.street, Middle Brighton, and Church.street, near Sta -tion.-AvvT.] rJ...... -. - Wanted "'TMANTED, - Two Smart Intelligent B OYS. Apply Office of this Paper ' TAN'TED-Horses and drays. Apply Jalmes Butler, M'Kinnonlroad, or Cheltenham. Found. ITOUND-Rough Terrior Dog. Owner can have it on producing Registra tion Certificate and paying, eapensea. 8. Taylor, Parsonage, Noew.street, Auctions WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 23. At theIRbonoms. At Twelve O'Clock. Large Brick Building and Exten sive Stabling, Known as Brady's Livery Stables, And valuallle Business Allotments ELSTERNWICK. Brighton-road, Hoar...

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THE GOING CONCERN. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 19 November 1887

.'THE GOING CONCERN. O- At the conclusion of Mr. E. L. Vails meeting, at Picnic Point, Mr. Harold Sparks was asked if he would explain the 1 words a ?"goingconcern?" in the tram 1 way agreement. Mr. ;Sparks said : Gentlemen, if .sTch be your wish, .I shall only be too happy to fully explain to you the meaning of the Purchasing clause in its entirety, "going. concern " included, its relative position to the whole tramway agreement, and the position of affairs at the present moment. It is needless for me to recapitulate the particulars of the initiation of the Iram way movement, or follow it in its various stages, all those facts, being matters of history; but I will come at once to the point where three. councillors, viz, Bent, Ward, and myself were appointed by the Moorabbin Shire Council to" meet the directors of the Tramway. Company, for the purpose of deciding oni a satisfactory agreement. :The rata een eut thetarwas" I "$ra iiup ddtot e4Tivth general satis-; hands of Messrs risp...

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Mr. Vail's Address at Pic-nic Point. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 19 November 1887

Mr.'" Vitil's Address at -Pic-tie Point.? Mr. E. L. Vail, junior, addressed the ratepayers on Tuesday evening -last at the Duke of Edinburgh Hotel,' Pic-nit Point. Mr. Barold Sparks was voted to the chair. Mr. Vail stated' that he had much pleasure in meeting the ratepayers, and thanked them for the very cordial recep tion they haid accorded him. He could assure them that if they did him the honor to elect him as their representative he would use every endeavour to further the best interests of the district 'He was in favour of making a speciality of the main roads, and would do his utmst towards providing the ratepayers with good roads generally, a boon they muight fairly ask, considering the amount of rates they paid. He was a firm advocate for severance and the formation of a new Shire. The preseut Shire was becoming absolutely unworkable, and his con v olion was that the progress of the new shire would be as rapid as the most sanguine could desire. The beach reserves would have ...

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THE WEST RIDING ELECTION. Mr. David Abbott's Address. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 19 November 1887

c TIIE WVEST RID)ING ELECTION. S Mr. David Abbott's Addres.'i e - Mr. David Abbott, J.P;: after a short re-. e tirement from municipal life, has again conic forward, in response-to the request of an in - f luential deputation that waited on him, andu urged weighty reasons whyl he should alloi himself to be nominated for the vacant senat I in the Moorabbin council. On Wednesdnay e evening, at the Duke of Edinburgh -Hotel, e Mr. Abbott met a large nunmber'of tho' elec r tars and having given his reasons for his candidature addrcssed them on certain burn-'" f ing questions of the hour. Ex-Or. Harston,. t J.1'., having been voted to the chair, intro. duccd the candidate to the meeting. S Mr. Abbott said it would be within the re" f collection of thosepresent that heannounced. some time ago his intention to retire from municipal life for a time, owing to the un pleasantness and quarrels that were contiu g nallyarisingatthe counciltable, which some what interefered with his business arran...

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MARGARET'S FRIEND. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 19 November 1887

MA RGA.E'S ElfFRLIED. " Cheston, who .do you suppose was the belle of Mrs. Allen's ball ?" inquired little Mrs. Vincy. " My dear sister, you know f do not frequent balls, and consequently do not number very many belles among my circle of acquaintances." " But you know this one, or used to. Have you forgotten Margaret Castlemaine ?" " rargaret Castlemaine I That child a belle I' " Why not? She is not such a child ; she must be eighteen at least, Clheston. "Tree-it is four years since last I saw her. Is she pretty, Helen 7' "She is more than that," she replied, thoughtfully. "Iandsome, then . ~. - No, not handsome ;?that does. not describe her; she is lovely I" exclaimed the lady, impulsively. "And yet she was a very quiet looking girl." "Butshe always had beautiful eyes, so clear and trusting. She is an undoubted belle, and has improved amazingly." "You surprise me," said Cheston Dale. " The demure little student a belle I" " She is demure still, after afashion. Ido not wonder that s...

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

- GET YOUR PRhnTI; D-ORE -f -AT THE- r Leader"<j · Gas Printing Office. 7j All OrdersExecuted with Promptness Address your Orders to" Manager," LEADER GAS .PRINTING.OFFICE, Bay Street, North Brighton. 'To the Residents of Brighton,&c. LADIES AND GENTLEIEr.N, I have much pleasure in infomnning you that my DISPENSARY and RETAIL BUSINESS- will be carried on in future at MIUNRO'S BUILD INGS, CHURCH STREET, close to the Middle Brighton Railway Station, where also I have established, on the second floor, an elegant DENTIST'S CONSULTING ROOM. And in order that. you may have attention at what ever time you call, I have entered into partnership with Mn. T. PARK INSON, SURGEON DENTIST, we are now prepared to undertake Every Description of DENTAL WORK Our Charges will be found Most Moderate, and as we have a Reputa tion to sustain, you may rely upon the work being Done' Well. The Laboratoiy and Factory will be carried 'on as heretofore at' NEW STREET, where orders for the ot...

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The Leader. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1887. LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 19 November 1887

T tf taAatr+ JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1887. LOCAL ITEMS. THE contest in- the West Riding is waxing hut. Each of the three candi dates is busily working, and will leave:no stone unturned to secure tile coveted dis tinction of being first on the poll. The main plank in Mr Vail's platform is "Severance "; if a majority of the rate. payers want it, and consider it practic. able, they will put him in. Mr Hearle, who made a good stand. at the last election, has a strong point in the fact that his business duties lie within the West Riding, through which he is con stantly travelling, at:d with the wants of which he is thoroughly conversant. Un less we are mistaken, this eentleman would make a councillor who would be an acquisition to any municipal body- Then comes the redoubtable David : he is going dead against the " going-consarn" pro. viso, and also opposes "severance." at preseint. Mr.. Abbott's views are fully and clearly te fo,rth in,;our report of .his speech to the ra...

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[?]ovcist. DAYS OF CRIME AND YEARS OF SUFFERING AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY. (Reprinted from "The Australasian" of 1867 by Special Permission.) CHAPTER XXVIII. A SAD TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 19 November 1887

Novelist.   DAYS OF CRIME AND   YEARS OF SUFFERING AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY. (Reprinted from "The Australasian" of 1867 by Special Permission.) CHAPTER XXVIII. A SAD TRAGEDY. In that Bathurst Gaol there were sadder things still to learn. Two months     prior to my being summoned as a witness in Larry's case, a double murder had been committed some fifty miles from Bathurst. The circumstances were briefly these:—A   man named George Sebastian, who had just arrived in the colony from California, called at a settler's hut, in which lived a shepherd and his reputed wife. The travel- ler had with him about twenty-five ounces of gold. This he very imprudently turned out on the hut table to show the shepherd. Cupidity was thus excited; and in the   course of the night, the shepherd, when he thought his guest was fast asleep, attempted to take the gold from under his head. The attempt, however, caused the man to awake, an...

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

. :. Speciall Adve tiscecents. PPAPERHANGINOGS Of Every Description from 2 d per piece suitable FOR Kitchen. Bedrdom, Hall, Dining or Draw- " ingroom. - NOTHING: n the town of Brighton to surpass them AT The Price they are to be obtatned from Macpherson & Lawrie, PAINTERS & DECORATORS SCI IUR C l:- STREE T MIDDLE BRIGHTON. T The Most A h Perfect Wall I. : D~ecoRtioof. thbe.,T(?."'" .:, ARTI'STIC'. SANITARY. DURABLE. can be decorated to imitate Metal, Wood Terra-cotta or Majolica. }ADO ECORATIOJ'P from r d to 6s. 6d. per yard. Sanitary and other washable wall papers. PAVITT'S Gold, Silver and Prismatic Bronzes. WINSOR & NEWTON'S' Artists' Colors, Sable,.Camel and Hog Hair Bruit she Opal Glas, Plain and Ornamental Glass, Tinned Paints and Painters Materials for Sale. Macpherson & Lawrie, HOUSE DECORATORS, Undertake every Description of HOUSE PAINTING and DECORATING. All work executed in a first-class mnnHRer. The Address is C-HURCH-S TREET, MIDDLE BRIGH...

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BRIGHTON POLICE COURT FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25. (Before Messrs. Sprigg and Walsh, J'sP.) OBSCENE LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 26 November 1887

B; BRICTON POLICE COUR?¶t-" Fnu AY, NOVEMBiER 25. (Before Messrs. Sprigg and Walsh, J'P.) OBSCENE LANnUAGE. Frederick Jones was charged by Con stable Brennan with making: use of. ob scene language, on Stnday evening last, in the Point Nepean 'road. *The offence. was fully proved and defendant who ad nitted. tho crime, after being severely reprimanded by'the bench, was let off iieof:`£1?it" h tem DEBT OASES. Mr. Maddock, on behalf, of Mesasrs. Ackery, Bushby, Harris and Blyth, work men lately employed by Mr. Mapson, at the Salvation Army Barracks, got a? ver diet for £12 11e 10d wages due, with £1 2s Od costs in each case. RIDING ON THE FOOTPATHI. Constable Brennan charged a youth, named W. T. Lewis, with riding on' a bicycle along' the footpath in the Point. Nepean Road.. SMr. G. C. Lewis, father of the defend ant, appeared in answer to the. charge but was told by the bench he could not be. heard, the son must appear. Master Lewis then came into court and'. pleaded guilty, his fathe...

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THE WEST RIDING ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 26 November 1887

TiLE WEST RIDING ELECTION. IT is questionable if ever greator interest was'aroused in an election in this riding than has been manifest during the present contest.. As day afteir. pay passed by the interest. in-. ci'eased.; The elector` had their.? say :oi ,Thii 'ay and ~e ddrnii Dai. i .Abbott; at':the top of thli6?l:?°yIa' substantial majority. All the candi dates worked hard, the-.polling all round being ]eavy. The decisive majority obtained by the successful candidate is in some measure due to the unscrupulous attack on his char acter made by a local "print." Falsely imagining that "his star" was in its declining stages previous to its final disappearance beneath the horizon of complete obscurity, the organ in question put on its war paint and proceeded to belabour him in its own peculiar fashion, and more than hinted from the dark recesses beneath its prophetic mantle, that he would be sent to the " rightabout." What the' electors thought of this attack, and how they were influ...

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The Leader. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, NOV. 26, 1887. THE BEAUMARIS TRAMWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 26 November 1887

JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, NOV. 2(i, 1887. TIHE BEAIUMARIS TRAIMWAY. Tius, when completod, will be an immense boon to the public, and developer of the abundant resources of a rich and highly favotod district. The fares fixed upon are remarkably liberal, namely, threepence per section say from Cheltenham to Rickett's point, etc. With such. facilities for travelling as the tram, when com pleted, will afford, it is reasonable to suppose and exoeet that land will be eagerly sought. after by professional and business men anxious to escape the frightful dust and racket of the metropolis. . Rapid settlement would soon follow; and of course, the more buildings to be taxed the greater will bo "the'" iiffiw off coins into the municipal treasury. Such beinig the case, the promoters of the tram should receive every encouragement. We have the best reason to believe that the whole Council have the greatest interest in seeing the tram placed upon a sound and prosperous footing, but feel it a duty t...

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CRICKET. North Brighton v East Melbourne Alberts. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 26 November 1887

'North Brighton v East Melbornce Alberts. This -matuh wua played on the ground of the: former. The East Melbourne Alberts were the first to bat, and were all disposed cof for the small total of 12. Sweeney 3, M'Dowal 3 for 1, and Moore - for 5, done good work with the ball. The North Brighton then went in to bat, and at call of time had lost 5 wickets for 207. M'Dowal 45, Moore 43 (not out), Miller 33, and Spedding 22 (not out) were the principal scorers for the North. Jusrlingham v All Saints' Union. This tuatch was played last Saturday on the ground of the former, and resulted in a win for the Inurlingham by 21 runs, tho scores beinig i Eurlinghatm, 36 and 3 ; All Saints' Union, 15 and 6 for 36. Grundy 19, .Callow 8, batted well for the IRurlingihamt, tied Callow and Gaird were the most successful with the leather. Briglhton v. RIichmond Ramblers. This match was played last Saturday, at Brighton Beach. The Ramblers were the first to go to the :wickets and .were all dis esnd :Tirnb...

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[?]umor. Casual Observations. THE WAY THE WIND BLOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 26 November 1887

: as:', ' Obseiius?? Aai?onss TUE WAY' THE WIND BLOWS. That one whose kindliness of thought' Into substantial deeds is wrought , To gai a fiieiid's"affection, ' '.. Finds'their accumulated.ingight I Forgot; while some imagined slight I Lives in thodrecollection., AiPLEASANT USURY.' The usury of love I 'Is not theo lover con scious of giving all he has for the sake olreo ceiving more than he deserves . " ....", "TILE IIAVANA CABBAGEi. ;,!I , r.The man who.sells theicheap segar 15 To stifle all the residenters; As an eccentric will hbd found, Be..cI 3aueccentries arenot round,.'!'' A i? d dalwayshave:"two'ceriters." AN INCONsiSTENCY.." Thiee is In niaturoe a force superior toithe Assaults of; man,! and' stillr they call' her a .i.l?iu .,ilA .CAUTIO.??" . -r Mistrust that eager friend of thine :Vho ivoild your inmost .thought diyine, . To confidence compel you, .. ''Consider hb 'you?scarce cdndeal :;" ,ednea ,. Are always prompted to reveal, : .. . :The thingst which others tell you,. ...

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HOUSEHOLD. FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 26 November 1887

Cuneni? O)rsrr?is.-Ingredients - Two dozen oysters, 1 onion, I tablespoonful of cuiry.powdcr, 1 desert-spoonful of floiii, 2 ounces butter, juice of lomon., Method-Chop the onion up quite fine, niix the curry-powder, flour, and butter to gether, and put all these ingredients into a ptowpan, anti simmer: till of a nice brown, stirring all the time ; addthe liquor, of the oysters and the lemon.juice, and - boil. to. gether for five minutes. Put in the oysters, boll up once,, and serve with a dish of rice.

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PUDDINGS AND SWEETS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 26 November 1887

PUDDIN oS AND SWflfTS. BcAKED APPLrE PUDDINm. Ingredionts-" Six largo apipleas (grated), tbc tablespoon- I ftls of bpttor, gqartor pound'sugar, 2 eggs (whites and yokel beaten separatoly)e, J le of oe dionu, and' halft the grated rind; pastry AMothlodBdaft tho'liu'tter and sugar into an cream,.stitnln:'th i yolks, theo lemon, tiho gigated ApplO, and lastly, the whites. of, thwo eggs. ?p l , a dishllwitl pastry, pour, Intlhai mlxiure, anll bakl till nicely browned. Thsljl l ,bcn t Ihl.: .. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 26 November 1887

Special Advertisements. No. 23341.' * Transfer .of Lautid §tastute.: i; ` BRIDGET CATHERINE w.HYBROW . of Gipsy Village, in the County of Bourke, Spiiister, has applied to bring the land described at the foot hereof, under the above Statute; and the Com missioner of Titles has directed notice of the application to be advertised in the BRIGHTON LEADER newspaper, and has appointed fourteen days from such ad. vertisement, after which time the land will be brought under the operation of the Statute, unless a caveat shall be lodged forbidding the same. Dated 14th day of November, 1887. LAND REFERRED TO Part of Crown portion 20, parish of Moorabbin, at Gipsy Village, County of Bourke, commencing on the North side of Hobson Street, 457 feet 5 inches westerly from the WVest side of Moorabbin Street. thence westerly along Hobson Street 194 feet 111 inches, northerly 148 feet 6. inches North easterly 90 feet 4 inches easterly, along Bay Street 103 feet 34 inches southerly 35 feet 8 inches eas...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 26 November 1887

LOCAL ITEMS. -4--- WVE are pleased to see that the sum of £36,000 has been placed in the schedule for railway improvements, to duplicate the railway line from Caulfield to .\Iordialloc. This will be a very great boon' to thlopublic, and will remove. ,ones'appeh ensioa ef collisions that are very likely'to occur on single lines, especially at holiday tinuis and in connection with reviews.' Our readers will remember that we strenuously urged the Commissioners and the Governor to get this work done early. THE committee of the ]3righton Gala met on Wednesday evening when it was resolved, that owing to an oversight in not advertising the open races in last week's " Sportsman," that entries for all races be leftopen till Thursday, December let. The Sports' Committee also wish it to be understood that all -competitors must send in their performance for the last two (2) years' in writing. Also that any member of. any Friendly Society, in Brighton, is eligible to compete in any members' race...

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