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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 December 1888
CRICKET. Hurlingham v Caulfield.-To be played this afternoon at Caulfield, the following are requested to meet at North Brighton Station not later than 2.15. Callow (capt) Crook, Float, Gard, Grundy (2), HIenderson, Huntly, Friend, Overton and Rice. Emerg. ency. Virtue. North Brighton v Railway Excelsior. -(For. Sports Depit COup.) Nortlh Brightoia 137, Railway Excelsiors 3 wickets for 20 This match will be resumed this afternoon, when the fol lowing are requested to be on the ground not later than 3 p.m..-M iller, Cochrane (capt), Hall, Moore Trundle, Moran, Float, McDowal, Moon; Sped. ding'and James. Umpire, T. A. Rid. dell. 'Brighton v Hawthorn.-A two days match will .be commenced this after noon at Brighton Beach at 2.30 Team.: -Agg, Ballantyne, Boxshall, Cuddy, Dunn (2), Foy, Murdoch, Patterson, Thompson and Smith. Brighton v Melbourne 2nd elevens. at Wesley College, Prahran. Team- : Cornwall, Eveiingham, Evering, Snow, Farries, Grout, Mauritz, McLay, Nan. kervis and Warner. .<...
A fool once more. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 December 1888
A fool once more. " For ten years my wife was confined to her bed with such a complication of nit morts that that no doctor could tell what was the matter or cure her, and I used up a small fortune in humbuging stuff. Six months ago I saw a U.S flag, with Dr. Houle's American Hop ]itters on it, and I thought I would he a fool once more. I tried it, bautmy folly proved to be wisdom. Two bottles eured bor, she is now as well and strong as any man's wife, and it codat me only two dollars. Such folly pays. H.W., Detroit, Mich.-" Free Press." Hope for the Deaf, Nicholson's Ear Drums cure deafness. The most nastonsithing cures have been effcoted. Send for ]02 page Illustrated Book con taining fall partlculanrs of this invention, Free. Dr. Nicholson, 05 Willliam.stroot, blelbourne.
A Confession. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 December 1888
A Confession. Do you remember, little wife, 'How years ago we two together Saw.unught but love illumine life ..In'sunny days or winter weather? Do you recall in younger years To part a day was bitter pain ? Love's light was hid in clouds of tears Till meeting cleared ithe sky again. Do you remember how we two TWould stare into each other's eyes .Tillanllthe earth grew heavenly blue ' and speech was lost in happy sighs? Do you another thing recall, That used to often ha ,pen then; How simply passing ilnthe hall, H?'d stopto stals and kiss again? Do you remember how I satt And, reading, held your hand in mine, Caressing it with gentle piat One pat for every blessd line?. Do you recall how at the play Through hours of agony we tarriedl ? The lover's griefs brought is dismay; Oh, we rejoiced when they were married. And then walked homeward arm in arm, Beneath the crescent moonlot new, That smiled on us with silent charm; So glad that we were married too. Alh me, 'twos years and years ag...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 December 1888
YANDRLL'B DIArrIIcEUA OIXTUflI the I Itait eficacioue prcpnratlon for this corn plaint quickly roliovee nnd, reatores they s~atlen to its nateral oonditiou.-(Acivt,) TNION CHAPEL,, SOUTH BRIGHTON The Twenty-seventh Anniversary Of this Place of Worship, Will (D.V.) be celebrated on SUNDAY. DECEMBER 2nd, And 1'HU1tSDAY, DEOEMBER 0th. On Sunday the Revd. iD. Gordou, Will preach in the Afternoon, And Mr Daniel Hamilton in the Evening. On Thursday a Tea Meeting will be held at 6 O'Clock, to be followed by a Publio Meeting, Will be Presided over by by C Stone, Esq., And Addressed by the Rev, 8, Howard, Rev. J. Rllkard, Rev. J. B. Smith. Mr J. A. Kay and other gentleman. Collection at the close of each service. Tickets for the '1'ean s, May be obtained from the Members of the Committee. W ANTED.---Young lady as Improver to Millinery and Sales. Spicer, COnsh Draper, Bay street, North Brighton, THIS :DAY, MALVERN And GLEN IRIS ESTATE, Corner HIGH STREET and BOUNDARY ROAD,:~ A few. minutes wa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 December 1888
John Dank. and Bon'.? rrigatlngEngines. Messrs. John Dunks and Son, 42 Bourke street west, Melbourne, ure now more than ovrr devoting themoselves to this Ino of buslness Their Monitor pump for horse.works is really inexpesirve, and at the same time capable of irrigatlng large areas; having sceured the agency of Memrs. Ilanomes, Sims. and :Jefflres for iortable englanes, Messrs. Danks and Son are able to compete well for large irrigation plrats, comprlsiny centrhnug. l pAmps engine and pipei eomplete, and, Ibeng.thorough pracrtal engineers, their geods may be always relied upon. A large stook of speoial pipes fobr toigatiog always ou hand.--[Avr.] MURRAY'S FLUIDI MAGNESIA is prtlehlrly benoeloal as s phlciug eda?ntive nend nper;ent in all ennem of hIita?ion ann anidity of the stomach, plor ticularly during p?rinnoa , fuhbrile cemplants, in funtile disorders, or sea ailknges. It sleedllyremnaves heartburn, Aold cruotataona, or Irregular digestion. It never faill to composeo the tomach...
ABSTRACT OF AUCTION SALES. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 December 1888
ABBTRACT OF AUCTION 8ALES. THIIS DAY. Messrs. Coverlid and Cuddon, on the ground, at B o'clock-Thuid sale of Malvern and Glen Iris Estate. Messrs W. R. Looker and Sons, on the ground, at B o'clock.- 26 business and villa sites in Sullivan's Garden, Heart of Oaklelgh Estate. NEXT THURSDAY. Mlessrs C. J. and T. Ham, at their rooms, at three o'cloek.-150 seaside sites in Se? View Estate, Frankatone.
A New Russian Warship. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 December 1888
A New Russian Warship. The now Russian cruiser Admiral Korniloff, which has been built at St. 1Nazire by the SociWt6 des Ateliers et Chantiers do sla Loire, has just completed her trials off Cherbourg. The Admiral Xorniloff, is a cruiser built partly of steel, partly of timber, with twin screws, mnd has a displacement of 5,000 tons. Her principal dimensions are 350ft. in length by 48ft. broad, and her draught of water does not exceed 23ft., so that she can enter almost any port. Her. armament consists of fourteen Gin. guns of a very new pattern, and all well protected from the enemy's fire, ten revolver guns, six guns with rupid fire, two guns for usigin theship's boats, and six torpedo tubes.. The motive power :con sists of two horizontal. engines, with triple. ex pansion, each driving one of the screws, while there are eight boilers, and four ventilators which will keep the temperature of the engine roomesto within 86deg. The Admiral Korniloff will carry enough coal to enable -her...
MEMORIAL STONE LAYING. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 December 1888
MEMORIAL -.TONE LAYING. The Memorial Stoie of St. Augus tine's Church of England, Mentoue, w,,s laid last Monday afternoon with great eclat by Mrs Mf. H. Davies, wife of the Hon. M. H. Davies, speaker of theLegislative Assembly. There were upwards of two hundred persons present including His Lordship the Bishop of Melbourne, the Roev. A. Cofin, incumbent of the Parish, .and his assistant, Rev. G. N. Macdonnll, as well as the Revs. W. W?. Mantell, T. H. Ruist, J. Armsti'oig, and R. S. Parkes. The proceedings comsinenced by the Incumbent the Rev. 'fCaflin reading the Order of Service to be observed on such occasions, at an appropriate break in which Mr C. J. Hearle came forward.'and' read the following. documenit which. was enclosed in a jar and placed under the stone.-"The foundation stone of the St. Augustincs Church of England, Mentone, nuder which this document is placed was laid on .the 26th day of November: in the ehir?r of, our :Lord 1888, in the 51st year.of the reigin of Her ...
A Floating City. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 December 1888
A Floating City. The now transatlantic steamehip City of eow York carries a crew of 394 hands, all told. The roster includes the captain, chief officer, two navigators, and six deck offilcers. In addition to these, in what may be called the department of seamen, there is a boatswain and his mate and thirty-six sailors, of whom twelve men are called quartermasters, who are detailed to steer the slhp and stand on look-out. There Is also a ship's carpenter, who is generally as Imndy .aloft . as 'with: tlhe sawy and :Iadze.. In charge of the machinery are a. chief engineer, Mr. M'Dougsll, and twenty-aoven asalsatant engineers, besides two electricians and their three saslstants, who look after the electric ligtts; three donkey ?seun, thirty.one leading fireen, fifty, . four firemen, sixty tlhree trimmers and one blacksmith. The donkey men are foremen in charge of the boilers; the loadin firemen are also called greasers, and it is their duty to keep the machinery oiled and cleaned. 'he f...
The Inventor. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 December 1888
The Inventor. The invention of any machine that makes our hard lives easier is agreat boon, and the samo may be said of the improvoment of any article of daily us, sunch as soap, which enables the disangreeable washing day to become enasy and pleasant. This is donoehy Ozone Laundry Soap. Largo bars now sold by every grocer, price Is. Sole maker-' John Butherland, Mielbourne.
MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27. Present : —Crs. A. E. Clarke (president), Benson, Mckinley, Edsall, Mercer, Longbottom, Woodmason, Heywood and Robinson. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 December 1888
MALVERN,-SHIRE: COUNCIL. TUESDAY, NOVE3viaRn 27. Present :-rs. A. E. Clarice (pres ident), Benson, McKinley; Edsall, Mer cer, Longbottom, Woodmason, Hey wood and Robinson. ANNUAL MEETING.. The Secretary presented'the thirty second annual statement of Receipts and expenditure for the year ending 30th. September 1888, along with which was appended the auditors re port conveying thanks to the shire secretary for the clear. and concise manner in which all books and ac counts had been kept, as also testifying to the assistance rendered by both sec retary and rate collector. The receipts were as follows :-Annual Endowment 1888, £3,622 Os. 10d; Rates collected £5,063 8s; Private street construction £5,838 17s. I'd ; Sundry receipts, £208 3s. id ; Registration fees, £100 18s; Deposits, £288 6s.. 6d, Hire of shire hall, £95 Os. Gd; Fines, £9 17s. 6d; Subsidy. £950; Sale of 50 Debentures, Loan No. 2, £5005 12s. 6d; Balance in Bank, September .30th, .1887,. £1, 925 9s. '4d; Total, £23,108 2s. ...
Pasteur and His Grateful Patient. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 December 1888
Pasteur and His Grateful Patient. There was a rcther touching scene at the Pasteur Institute recently when Mr. Chamberlain, the wolf-bitten patient, who: came from America to placei himself in [. Pasteur's hands, uniderwent =theo al inooi-= lationnmd-.svtisdctla xre.o ut ngei,, ..i the period of incubatioii being now pssed.: Mr. Chamberlain has norw been informed of the tragic end of the other victim of the mhil wolf which bit him. " The poor man, it may be remembercd, wmnt raving mad a matter at. ten days ago, and disappeared into the woods after worrying a little child of six years. The American patient, as he came forward from amonestthe little knot of sufferers o various nationalities, had tears of gratitude and gladness in lii eyes. M. Pasteur andt his assistants were equally much moved, the former remarking that he had never had ia more dreadful case, and had never felt" morn alarm than when he heard from America that the other victim had died of hydrophobia. After this lost i...
PROPERTY SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 December 1888
PROPERTY SALES. Messrs. Willder and Griffiths report having held a sale at the Brompton Park estate, Clayton's road, near Oak leigh. The prices realised ranged from 12s. Gd. per foot to £2 per foot. Messrs. Stillmhan and Co. Limited, in conjunction with Messrs. Burgoyne and Josephson, report the sale of 16 allotments in the Balaclava Heights Estate, Caulfield, at prices ranging from £2: 6s. to £7 5s. per foot. Total amount of sale, £2549 15s. Messrs. E. J. Dixon and Son report having sold on Saturday, on account of the Australian Investment and Prop erty Company, the Brookvillo Estate, Hawksburn and Toorak, allotnients realising up to £16 10s. per foot. Tutal amount of sale, £6546 3s. 9d. Messrs E. J. Dixon and Son, (in conjunction with Mr. W. E. Cham-n bers), sold on Saturday last at the City Bank Hall, a farm at Ringwood, consisting of IO07 acres, with fron tages to two Government roads and the Dandenong Creek, for £20 per acre.
An Interesting Country. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 December 1888
An Interesting Country. Philosophliidly, Tincia is the most interesting country in Europe (writes Mrs. Lynn Linton in the 't. Joes's (/arefte). Politically, thins are different; and if, on the one hand, the Nihilists are wrong in theirmethods andtorriblo beyond justification, on the other the Govern ment is more detestable, more inhuman, more tyrannical than aur other extant in Europe; and he would do a deathless service to man who . should destroy it as a Power. But, t:tl?ng the pople as a race whose intelligncuoer i n tt rapid state of growth ,ropr to youth, .a .people com in by swift etri..: to its manhood, yet Sfull of the wild dreams and impos ibleo aspirations, the ,ox egeratione, the mistakes of inexperience and immaturity-we have subject-. matter for any mount:: of interest in ethnologa caletudyand j nlilou?licspeculation. Naturonll intellectual vwt+lit. ... ounnnies the political unrest of the mnourla : .:unl i this vitality is t certain creative f, r' ,, a certain daring o...
LADIES' COLUMN. WOOING A MILLIONAIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 December 1888
WOOING A .?·TiE INATRE. Allamacher, the printer of Versailles,' who was supposed to have inherited 25,000,O00f: from a testator who died in' Americas, is still playing the part of a " wandering heir." It is stated that the printer really received over £3,000 from a banker in oider to enable him to go to America, where his property was awaiting him, and that the now Monte Cristo has actually sailed for the "States." One, thing,::how ever, is certain (says the Paris correspondent of the Daily Telegraph). Ever since 'the announcement of Allamacher's reputed good luck the office of the printing establishment of Versailles wherein he worked has been inundated by letters from all parts of France. Among these epistles were 800 communica tions of all sorts and sizes from women; thirty letters from people who wanted to float newspapers, waxworks, waterworks, railways, mines, and every kind of financial undertaking: 230 letters from patentees; twonty.seven pistlesfrompoets offeringeopieo of t...
OVER NIAGARA. A SHIP PLUNGES DOWN THE GREAT ABYSS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 December 1888
.OVER NIAGARA.' A -SHIP PLUNGES DOWN THE GREAT - ABYSS.. I was permitted recently to copy from a letter, which .was written'by a former, resident of Lancaster,- an account of a most remarkable occurrence at Niagara Falls sixty years ago which the writer of the letter witnessed, and of which it is doubtful if many people of to-day over heard. No history of Niagara Falls that I ever saw gives any account of it, al. though nothing that over occurred at the great cataract has a more peculiar interest. The letter is especially interesting as giving an illus. tration of the manner in which people went on excursions in the days before railroads. It is doubtful if so many people have over gathered at the falls at one time sinmcoe the day described in this letter. Here is the extract: BurrAo, 9th September, 1828. I was in hopes that I should have got back to this town from the Niagara Falls last evening in time to have dropped you a line re specting the fate of tie schooner Michigan, but owi...
CHURCH SERVICES TOMORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 December 1888
CHURCH SERVICES TOMORROW. Brighton Congregational.-JMorning and evening, Rev. J. Rickard. Also at large room in Mathews Coffee Tavern 7 p.m. Presbyterian.-Brighton, Rev. D. Gordon 11, and 7. Wesleyan Methodist--Brighton, 11, Rev. C. H. Ingamells. 7. Mr Carnegie. MillStreet, Mr Scott 11 and 7. East Brighton-Mr Adcock 11, and Mr. Stone 7. South Brighton,-Rev. J. B. Smith 11, and Rev C. H. Ingamells 7. Cheltenham,-Mr. Blackwell. Mordialloc,-Mr. Carnegie 11. and 7. Primitive Methodist-South Yarra, Rev. B. Wibberley 11 and 7. North Brighton.-lev. M. Clarke. 11, and 7. , Soutli Brighton,-C. Anthony 11, and 6.30. East Brighton-Ir J. H. Searle 3, and 6.30.. S0Baptist ChOrch-Brighton,Rev. ,. Howard an"d 7. " " . Gordon, afternoon, end Mr D. hlnmhlton .evening. r St. Andrew's, Brighton.-lst Sunday in Advent, Mattins. Hloly Communion and Sermon 11 a.m., Evensong and:Sermon ; 7 The Parochial District of Cheltenham, 1st Sunday in Advent. Mordialloc.-Morniog as neusual, evening Rev. A. Caffin. Me...
TWO POSSIBLE DUCHESSES. (PALL MALL BUDGET.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 December 1888
TWO POSSIBLE DUCHESSES: (PASr. xMAS. ounorET.) The list of American titled ladies is to be increased by two. The announcement is mad that Miss MacTavish; of Baltimore, is to mary the Duke of Norfolk; and on the following day the rumour was published that Miss Zerega wee to wed the young Duke of-Newcastle. These, with the union of Mrs. Hamereley to the Duke of Marlborough, makes the third 'ducal coronet captured' during the year by Americans, and leaves only ten more on the British list of marriageable dukes, though some of these are too old to tldnk of matrimony. In the latter class may be included the Duke of Somerset, aged seventy-eight ; the Duke of Richmond, seventy ; the Duke of Devonshire, eighty ; the Duke of Rutland, seventy-th?ee; the Duke of Buckingham and Chandes, eixty.five; the Duke of Argyll and the Duke of Westminster, all about thosame age. ThoDuke of St. Albans, though a widow, is only forty.eight, and the Duke of Portland, to whom rumour has at tached Mary Anderson...
AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 1 December 1888
AGRICULTURAL NOTES. Another week has passed without any change havinug token place in tile weather. The heat" crops axre ow too far advanced to be benefited by a downfall of rain. The wheat yield will be much belowthe averago of last year, but the failure in the crols Icas notbeen general. In thie Goiulbirn Volley fields tlhat will' return less then 2 bags per acre oar the oxception. The majority of them look good enough for 3 bags, *hile there are exceptional crops that promisoe a return of 4 and lags e per acre. The Goulburn Valley has always held the foremost position in the production of wheat, and, iotwithstandinig that thl crops are lighter than usual, the farnner, considering the season. have not got much to comphlin about. Tlhere is a prospect of a much larger area of wheat being cut for hay this yearthan I~ual, as already there are indications of the denand for this productheing very greatduring the summer and autumn. Generally speaking, tlhe barley crops have stood the dro...