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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 22 December 1888

Throwing Water. rDake and Son's rpumlp are absolutely the ?'mt for Irrigation. Tho favourito Monitor JW_]aUp, wwhich can be used either for hand, .." ?o or steam power, is now bein" used by e ?srly all farmemr and irriTgtionists, and we do -.,-wtfladitanecessary to publish testimonials. If r'Ou sequiro a pump, you will easily find some "'.e?. iam your district who has one of ours at work, and to whom we can unhesitatingly refer ,.' ho orders to hand tlda ananon are on ,:?prgioeedotod, but as we were in somo measure Vr?parmd,and have largely increased our plant, w sare well prepared to meet any demand. A Speoialy largo toc?l op irrigation pipes on lurnd. Y,::.. apr fo a ~pour jeee. 42 (only) iourke Old Plate. ,...,Old plate ia re-plated and made equal to new , :StJohn Danks and Son's, 42 (only) Bourko . 'traet west. S3ed yours thber and have It done, " h is how an English paper blmndrlngly .,, a. it :" Mr. (U?nson s a member of tho South Wales Parliament. This Is how he : cluOded a r...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 22 December 1888

IEnilnoe and Tirehor. j John Dakel arid Son rro'agonts for the 'w4ll known firm..0f Ransomoe, Bims and ,Joflrlc Limitod, and have an ontiraly now .etook in hiLnd, "witli 11 the ltast iniprovoement.'.?4A (only-) Dourko itrot.'wc.-cAlV . . .e;i ..'. Slao li bll in the on looau o tho o Tmpo.' Iedin' wBn throw. .do own, 'the galo'on tho morning of thi tO't ;uAltimoin damagd. -' TiTh boll wa made. about 420 yora' gOa d uisabant 3ft: Oin. In diaim.tor, a.id over "ift. in rumforo=a9fo ; .n '-'-: ;.L:'';.'

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A MODEL WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 22 December 1888

A MODEL WOMAN. Mr. Jones came home at an unseemly hour the other night and was surprised to see Mrs. Jones sitting up for him below stairs,'with no other light than that of the electric toweron the corner to keep her company. 'M.m.mareM,' he said, huskily, 'y-you shouldn't sit up slato when m out on bushiness.' As ]rs. Jones did not answer himn, he con tinued in an alarmed voice : ' Sherry, m' dear, but it's lash time-tell you I'm sorry-won't lhpceak to me ' u At this moment rs. Jones called from above stairs : ' Atr. Jonest who are you talking to at this hour of the night t " ' Thas'h what I like to know, m-m-myself,' stanmmeredJoneos. Mrs. Jones hastened downstains, lamp in hand. Wheni she saw the situationshe laughed, ii spite of being.very angry. It's the modol,sh sad, 'the model Ibought to-day to fit my dresses on.' :, 'Yes, thash so,' said Jones, tspsily, 'model woman-didn't talk back-make some fellow good wife.'

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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THE LEADER. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1888. A MERRY CHRISTMAS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 22 December 1888

THE LEADER. JU.IICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1888. A MERRY CHRISTMAS. ".A MERRIE IIIuISTAIAS, ,' to you courteous reader. This is the time of year inidalso the season for the inter change of friendly greetings,'inmd per-: lhaps on no festival of the circling year is, or rather ought the heart to be more hopeful, moro. buoyant, than at: the pleasant time of, " Merrio? Chribtmns. " Is not this the season of .blessings and ofjoys, and do we not hall this day with speoial delight, be cause it is surrounded by 'o 'imany. 'happy and blessed assooiations;,and because it awakenas in our heirts .so many strong, tender, nd 'eridearing remembrances, "A Morrio Christmas" is a cheoring saluation, and almost in voluntarily-as it wore-recalls to our minds Itheo timeo whoen a eeleytial choir flrst siung and gladdened the earth lvitlh that over memorable and beautiful an them, " Glory bo to God in the highest, and an earth peace and goodwill to man I " At' this season of the year too, the fond...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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AN OBLIGING EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 22 December 1888

AN OBLIGING EDITOR.-. Facetious visitor in newspaper office '(to editor)-- ay I use your brains a moment? .Editor--M. brains? Visitor (smlingly picking up scissors)- Yes, sir. Only a momeat. I want to Editor (with great cordiality)-Certainly you may. luse them as long as you':please. Always glad to furnish brains to a man that hasnl't any.

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 22 December 1888

Govenment Advertisements. FORAGE. T?ENDERS will be received until Ten JL o'clock a.m. on Friday, 11th January next, for the supply of Forage, in such quantities as may be required, for the service of the Government at the under mentioned stations, from the 1st March 1889 to the 28th February 1890. Caulfield, Cheltenham, Frankston and Sandringham. Printed forms of tenderand'conditions of contract may be pbtainedfrom the Secrc tary Tender Board, "Treasury, Melbourne, or from the officer in charge at any station, by whom also information or explanation will be afforded to persons tendering. Tenders, which should, be upon the printed form, will be received for either oats, bran, any, or straw (the particular kind of hay or straw offered to be stated); but if all be included in one tender it may be accepted for one article only, if advis-' able. Tenders must be enclosed in an envelope, marked "Tender for Forage," and deposited in the Tender-Box, Pay Office, Treasury, Melbourne; or, if se...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THEN THEY SMILED. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 22 December 1888

. THEN. THEY SMUILED. They met in a horse car,,,tro o u g omen whose ;,tawny. fiacrsalsowsd- ·[Snt.'t4ý were just beck from the eeashorc,,an4.when they.had kissed, and embraced, and been through all the preliminary nonsense neceessary.o tbe occasion, one said to the other ' Oh, you dear thing ! I had such a flirtation with your husband while you were down east. He came. down to Nantasket almost -every night.'. . . 'Yes; he wrote .me about it,'' tha.other returned sweetly. "Ioe said you didn't seem to know anybody,.and were so. lonely, eo.quite pitied you.' . . iHe was Ilway, sPo eindto" neglecltd girls,' .tho'efrst speakcr .urmureda _ You .knw they seid/,when. you were mairried thatheo.,ould have taken. all.the wallflowers ift he could, he was sob generous;'...' .. SAnd then, theysmiled lovingly .on - eachi other. ... "

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HE PREFERRED THE BEST. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 22 December 1888

H, E PREFE1URED T tE BEST.. Stationer-Yessir;, *ihaveo very..kIid of.. pen. Whatkind willydu tako?.' . uChicago.IAttoztatour-You m ive nlo.abox of 1aeilo.pens.,.L. understood the best-.writera use that vet yict . .,.,. , -

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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ORIGIN OF FAMILIAR EXPRESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 22 December 1888

ORIGIN OF FAMILIAR EXPRESSIONS. Taking him downi a eg.! e id is sadd to have been derived friog tho cist?m ordained by. Kin Edour, that pegs "should be fastened in the drinking horns at intorvals, that whoovor custom was called pin-drinking, orpia:nicking, rind hence the origin of the phrase. ' He is a morerry pin,' and also of the9 expressitn, ' Take him down a peg.' The peg-tannkards; as they drank beyond these marks at one draught salould be liable 'to punishment. The were called, contained two quarts, and were divided into eight draughts by means of these pegs; they passed from lhad to hand, and each must drink it down one.peg,, no more, 1less, under penalty f a fine. 'A feather in one's cap.' In the I ndsdowno 'MS. of the "Dritish Museum is a description of IHungary in 1599, in which the writer says of the inho abitante: It hicth been ail ancient cuetosim among them that none should wear a feather but ho who hath killetIa Turk, to whom onlio'yt wan lawful to shllow the'number o...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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TRADE "TABLETS AND TABLOIDS" MARK. "TABLETS" PEPTONIC. (Pepsin, Pancreatin, Lime Lacto-phosphate, Equal parts.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 22 December 1888

TnAno "TABLETS AND TABLOIDS" swuons S dTAhnLrre" ?rBPTONC. (Paesis, Paecroatin, Lime Lacto-phosphateo S Equalparis:) ." This is a combinotion of the various digestive ferments, in oonjunction with thb oquiaito tonic. and alterontivo-Limo Loeto-Phosphate- .The l'eptonic Tablets arc highly prized by dyspep tics.. - Supplied in bottles of 25, 60 and 00 ... ; "'TArLOms " Tarop0 nuAITUU. " Each Tablet conitains two niism of the Tincturo of Strophanthus proppred of the strongth of one in twoenty, and from the seods Strophanthus increasoa thepoworof thhohoart, but does not contract the arterioleslikodigitalis, A puceohonrttonic.. , : , .. Boao, one to four Tabloide, to be swallowed witg water. ... .. 'TLtALOIs" Tni.n1Taniwe AND fL,. cITITI Tri-iditrino, 1-100th gr.; Nitrite of Amyl., ) gr. Theeo are somewhat more rapid In Action than theo plain Tri-nitrine Tabloids. Perecribed for an(,u pectoris. . . . . D' s a, onoTabloid every throe hours, and alaso imnediately before oaoh' attack"of ang...

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LITTLE ROMANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 22 December 1888

LITTLE ROMANCES. A Scotch boadlo'took his sweetheart to a .graveyard and Ahowong her a dark corner, said: "Mary,.euy "dlkslip. thore.,, NoYuld you. like to lie there It was a grim way of pý.ý posing, but fary was a sensible Scotch laosio and The brother acobd odim. " ' mm, authors.' Johnsonf the convinderfuld his rtoriesf his cludrocd thatio of oher the other should marry poke the toobcco into the declinedwl, of is ,p. Dacurtniel. elatbter proposed to i Fletcher hiby tlle aiding fer to tmevr l a' d]?in of tlitedd.'. "Grace," illia h, "wd hat bedn rntyin knotsc lot usher. one , i w cnnot Table one ch givesll not untie in a llftimh.a' The o l hrthr Jacob and hilnnem h s rimer,e authord.of tho wonderful fairy:ntorles, coh eluded lthat one or tbce other should mar. Ofi hngcious riendst i aid a uiablo and sitfo incob, but hoe declined tt do thwere Ortin, lo, tilliam acted as psoxy. In dong so,blhp ile in ov with te laprody himself, which a roublonged him groatly,.ac ho did not wantt' to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 22 December 1888

Special Advertisements. Oakleigh COFFEE PALACE, BROADWOOD STREET, % Oakleiglh. TIHE above Coffee Palace is now open, I and affords ample accomodation for VISITORS, TOURISTS, AND THE PUBLIC IN GENERAL Breakfasts, Dinners or Banquets got up in the best 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, BOO TMAKER, POINT NEPEAN ROAD, North Brighton. R. T. PAS CO & c00 SPROVISION & PRODUCE MERBOHANTS, Corner of Aewnw BT. AND Ponrr NPEWAN B.D :::: NORTH BRIGHTON. sG.i, Country Out Hy Chaf. alway, in' }' ~Agents for ýady & Co.'s Celebrated Dandelion Ale. ZHORNER & COTTER CORN MERCHANTS & GENERAL SEEDSMEN, BROADWOOD STREET, OAKLEIGH. A Good Assortment of General Produce, Garden, and other seeds on sale at the lowest remunerative prices. All orders punctually attended to. F. JOHNS (ESTABLISHED 1868.) PAINTER, GL...

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WIT AND HUMOUR. HOW TO WASH CLOTHES WITHOUT RUBBING! [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 22 December 1888

WIT AND HUMOUR. HOW TO WASH CLOTHES WITHOIyr .RUBBING ! Take a quartor bar of Genuino. MagioSoap dissolvo in from 12gal. to 160gal. w?otr an ordinary coppor). When the water in bhihn0 thoroughly, put in tho 'dirty clotooiso(which need. not be steeped beforehand) and boil for twenty minutg., occaslonally stirring thom up with a stick. Then rinse well twice in cold vwater, and they will be perfectly clean and white. Be careful to geot Genuino Magi.. (shunped"a heairt pierced with an arrow . for it does not injure the finest clothes or ten derest skin, which many inutations do.

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WHY THE CHINAMAN IS CHEAP. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 22 December 1888

WH Y THE 4HINAMAN IS OCHEAP. Writing on. tho "Chinso, charcteristic," economsy, tho.North Chis LHrald says : .' Wholeýmofoodin bundsncomay boas plied at lesas thana penny a day for each lr ..and even in famino times thousands of p "rr' Ehavo boon kept alive for" months on agsr a half. penny a day each. Thi implies the Jxistenco of a high degreeco of culinary skill in the Chineso; their mollos of preparing food are thorough and various. There io no waste; sverythlng is made to do as much duty as -possible.. The Chineua are not extremely fasti dionain regard tofoon; allis fish thlt comes to theirnet, and moat things come thore sooner or later. In the north the horse, the mule, the donkey axe in universal use, and in some dis tricts the camel also does duty. It must be understood that the practice is to eat all of these animals no soon s 'they expire, whether the cause of death be aocidlent, old ago, or disease. This is douo ias t matter of course, and thefact that the animal hao ldied...

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A DESPERATE BATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 22 December 1888

A DESPERiATE BATTLE. An old-fashioned bull fight took place down at Boronda's, on the road to St. Louis, last Sunday, in celebration of .the Mexican nivorsary.' The event was preceded by a grand barbecue, and'four bulls and as many matadors imported from the sunny climes of Carissa 'plains and Cayucos wore thero to enliven thb occasion. There 'was a large attendance from all the surrounding country, many ladies, both American and Spanish, being present. At I o'clock in the afternoon time was called on thb bull fight. Preparations were made by the ereq tion or. a barrieado, making an enclosure about 75ft. by 100ft. in area. This was surrounded with canvas, and the intermediate space was occupied with seats for the spectators. Thu first bull brought in lacked combativeneso. He was subjected to the usual indignities of being thrown and having his horns sawed, and then had the rod flag flaunted in his face, but his disposition was to go to sleep, and he was retired in disgrace. He was s...

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NOT WILLIN'. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 22 December 1888

Says hioul4 B8 y lIulligan -, Och, futh albt's m uoloikin' a kiss.' Cries Biddy 1'ni?j?g S'o'd bottherbe stillagn, ,Oi'll riot lie eihdoorin':such treatment as this.' Ats" ' Arwy !'dearest Biddy, B6" ss,?hbstilddy,. indade it's'no ute to bb ctini' like this. 'Och !: Scritch a man's nose off, S?'" Ahtltlaoall hi; clo'os bff It's a de'il uv Airow' tobegittin' a kiss.' Co wiy, Mr: Barney,. : 'No more ofsp..blarney, Or i rstd. , k iss yq?lbe gittin a kick. :". .4-ho.ded Brn-ey, ",Yq're wantin' yer blarney Fur -hero comes the mussus ! Och. .Baney, be ..,quick!' . - A Jo?init says young' ladics nbivada?s take grecnt't l?fhie with their:sashes. Ro evlepntly thinks that iA a putty ood tun. Wrurs a' young lady asked to lohok at a parasol, the shopman said, ' Will' you' leaso give me tlhe shade you want?"'.' I expt the parasol to vsve me fbeshadeI wIt wa said the ' reasor tha t' it&wl?-mSHaried s'ib arxe cnnlod'B nldicp-is bedahso they are supposed on theirimarrhiage tio givei 'all th...

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DOES LABOUR PRODUCE ALL THE WEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 22 December 1888

DOE$s /8A-6Fl iP2rODjG . -ALL. ' Is it really truethaat 'iabour ?rlduce, all the wealth of the wyorld?"& f'0 oarse by lahieri hor6f is 'meant thoe puttihg Ifofk -of physicdl dnergy,' othdriso the Wedlng sentences have no meanitoli'ilodb!i6;x 6 no who thinks at-all about- the subjeot believe that.the e roa fictorions. the' fopks • vast buimdcng ofctonq anb c, n fc.con ,o grcat cities, the i wro udea, thq mighty ;ateým chips, the coniplcoat id liclhB and cnzncer. able Other atruoturo arn the result of miunal labour- alono?.Sunppose" thero is . lipn of railway fifty.omiles inlalengh to h ,bull, and five thousand t?eady,'lntolligent and rWblo labourers are tolato: o-and build -it Will they be able to ~ildth'bridgeh, to~tlWd the dccptout, to' dttootlcet tbddauodwnaOa~ 'ai ugh trencherodiireaYips , to'fildsilatW thod kedcs ind otherq' oiilly difilecilt tit? tof Ytio'wbrk) How many ordiriat'? tiloe labourers would it tako to produido:a Cdrli efngin , 'tho flPat of its kind P • No; ...

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PREHISTORIC BEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 22 December 1888

PREHISTORIO BEAPS. SLarge qisnatitfOs'of the. bones of -various animal, such s thd lien; hyena, bear, and pro. historic dog', hav ebon found from time to tune in caves in various pata. of the world. Its is probable that, as far as Eurone is concerned, these caverns were nimro abundantly filled a few centuried iago thdn 'at preient. 'In the pro. acientifle era of medicine, a brisk trafflo took place in these prehistoric bone deposits, as in the analogous cases of Egyptian mummies. , A physician of Gratz, Styria, writing in tho'year 1695, describes how he received many hundreds f bones and" teeth, as well as four dragons' heads, and that, with these potent implements he achieved numerous noteworthy cures. It has since beois :scertain&d that these skulls and bones belonged to'beaaa: The receptacle where they were found is still clled " Dragon's Cave." The ekeloton of 'a prehistoric bear (Urue ipclfgr), as well as a second gigantic skull,. were found about four years ago in the ...

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GLADSTONE IN CHURCH. (DR. H. C. POTTER, IN THE "SAGINAW COURIER.") [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 22 December 1888

GLADSTONE IN CHURCH. (nn. n. a. rorren, Ixric "seIsaAw coentmu.") Hawarden is over the bonder sn?_al?. Mrs. Gladstone is'.of Welae'descent, andthe istate has boon in her fainily, the- Glynnes, since the time of Oliver Cromwell. We reached the little stone church,,of which one of Mr. Gladstone's sons (Stephedn E.) is rector while the chimes were ringing, and long enough before service to see the entire congre gation enter, and among them Mr. Gladstone and his wife, and'his son W?illiam Henry and family. The seats are free. The congregation, except as to some tourists and strangers, seemed o be of tho miniddle and lower claasses. They were neatly dressed and remarkably reveren tial. There was' a choir of some twenty two boys and men, ranged in four pewt ; two on either side of the portion of the 'chapel asaigncd to them.-, The church is of "stone and the walls are not plastered nor in any way decorated. It dates from 1275, but has had additions and restorations, specially after a fire...

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CUSTARDS, CURDS, AND CREAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 22 December 1888

CUSTARDS, CURDS, AND CREAMS. Iai'hbt tdathbr, when it is difficult to pro. mrve milkfrom becoming sour, and poilingthi dasao; it'mdb6 kept pfrfedtly sweet by acald. fna-tho now milk very gently, without bollng. !Q"OOm ilresdlyslitirimod 'mty bo .kl6pt 'm hty 4 if h? S if' caohlod Without lLthrtiand by addl .to it ur Muchb powdered lunp-suggar as nhllehlk lt pretty sweet, will be, L0 fort*w days, if kopt ln a cool place. Syrup of ore?o ,: .?r r b.ptmorvm~~4s abote in tho -proportion of ;? .ttl',.of wugar to , int of perfcctlyfr uesh rmu; u .ok ltlts 'eool plaeo fortwo-or three hnburs, , "? in'ft'n' lz.:or 26z. bottlds'a ' ndvbtl{ It d for severse otoatfulpin trade one tlo~almoat indaspe ble, but one may be improvised by sottiug a tin within a hettlb or saUeslan; thi custard kettle is'oither made of block-tin or enamelled china, one within the other, forming a bain mario. Curds are casly made by adding to milk a few drops of vinegar or lemon juice, besides ordinary rennet; but it is n...

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