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Regulating Children's Teeth [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 26 November 1887

Regaulatilng Children's Teeth Will ensure beauty in after life. Scaling the Teeth. Improves the appearance and prevents decay. Stopping Hollow Tooth, preserves them for an indefinite period. Extraction is necessary when the teeth are too much decayed for stopping. Artiilcial Teeth th?an iake an oflioient substitute for the natural ones. All the above-Dental works, repnirs to plates, &e., &e., is now done by J. IT. NIInMANN and Co., Deontist and Chemists, at their new consulting room Ohurch.Rtreet near Middle Brighton: station. [Advt.]

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

Colleges ang.4 Schools. BRIGHTON LADIES' --COLLEGE (" Ellesmnere,") ST. ANDREW STREET, Near the Town Hall PRINoIPAL: MRS. J. HAINES, (Lnte of Clifton Hill Ladies' Onllege), For several years teacher under the Board of Educa:tion, Assisted by MISS A. E.. COX. English Literature and Mathematics, S. GRENFELL, B.A.. L.L.B. French and German, HERR OTTO 1'MULLER. Drawing and Painting, J. F. JONES, EsQ. Pianoforte, T. 3. HAMMOND, EsQ., SMiss BURKITT, R.A.M., MRS. ORR, and MIss A.E. COX Calisthenics, MISSEs DICK anid MOON. Resident Governess: MISS A, E. COX. STERMS (Payable in advance) IlDay Pupils: English'(as below), also Languages .. One and half to Four Guineas per Term Resident Pulpils (under 12 years) : English (as below), also Langunges,'. Music, and Painting STwelve Guineas per Term - Resident Pupils (over 12 years): English (as below), also Languages, Music, and Painting Fifteen Guineas per Term ENGLISH in its various branches com prises Reading, Writing, Arithmetic (Ad vanced), Eu...

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THE CHELTENHAM MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 26 November 1887

TILE CHiELTENIKAMi MEETING.:. COatRESPONDECsc appears elsewhere re the fraca that occurred at the elec tion meeting at Cheltenham on Mon day night. In this we give both sides a say, and now .we shall have a little say ourselves. In the first place, sonim allowance must always be made for the high current of feeling that is runningat such times. Things may be said and done that all parties look over, .and are sorry for afterwards. We trust it will be so in this case. With regard to the " immediate " cause of the "incident," both the chairman and 4Ir. Sparks were to a certain extent in the wrong. MIr. Sparks in not accepting the verdict of the "chair," and making his state ment at a subsequent stage. The chairman ini not accepting a negative motion. A negative motion may be quite out of order on a question of policy, or on some .abstract. question under discussion, but a negative motion at an election meeting, reo lating to the " candidature of a Prm soN" is perfo.tly legitimate, in o...

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CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 26 November 1887

CIIURCh SERVICES TO MORROW. P1resbyterian.-Brighton, Rev. J. Steel, M.A., 11 and 7.. Elsternwick.-Rev. J. Hay, 11 and 7. Cheltenham,- ;. Mentone, 11; Mordialloc 7. Rev, R. H. Fergus. Baptist Church.-Rev. S. Howards 11 and 7. Congregational.-Rev. J. Prickard, 11 and 7. Christian Chapel, Cheltenham.- MIr. Goodacre, 7. . Union Chapel, South Brighton.-IMr. J. Smith, 3; ~fr. Warte, 7. Church of England.-First Sunday in event: St. Andrcws' Holy Communibn, 7.45.; Sermons, 11 and 7; Children's Service, 3. MIordialloc-As usual. Cheltenham.-Rev. A. Caflin, 11; Mr. Griflliths, 7. Mcditone.--Ilv. A. Callin, 7. Little Brighton.'-Ir. Bradly, 11 and Gipsy Village.--I31r. Grifliths, 11. South )lrighton.-Mr. Grifliths, 3. Dingley.-R- v. A. Caffin, 3.30. Bald Hills.-M-r. Cramer, 7. Onkleigh.--Ir. Looker, 11; Iev. T. Rust, East Brighton.-llev. T. Rust, 11; Mr. Looker, 7.

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CAULFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 26 November 1887

CAViFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. -.THiUisDAY, NOVYEEiti 24. Present-Ors. New?ing" (president), Holland, Hartle, Line, Long, Griffin, Ballantyne, Looker, Selby, Lngdon, Cotton and LePe..tge. MINUTES. The minutes of last meetiig were read and confrirmed, Crs Grifin, Ba lantyne, and Looker objectiig"g `to' their riding being included in the loan scheme.' CORRESPONDENCE. : The Kew Council forwarded a circular, containin' .the following resolutions for: which they claimed the co-operation of the Oaulfiold Shire Courcil : 1. That in future, sub-division of land in the City, the Council would no: enter tain the question of taking over private streets, unless the approval of the plan cii sub-division by the Borough Surveyor has been obtained at the timne of suchi sub division. 2 That the co- operation of the vartus:, Borough CouncilhinaMulbourne and Sub-., Cr Cotton movedl, and Or Ballantyne seconded, which was carried, ·' Tht nio private streets, incliided in. subdivisions' mide subsequently to th...

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OUR OPEN COLUMN. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE "LEADER.") [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 26 November 1887

OUR OPEN COLUMlN. (TO TIIE EDITOR OF THE "LEADEsR.") SnlL,-I yesterday hanudedthe accompiiny ing letter to the "Age Office" for publication, but it has omitted to publish it, although to-day, which is the'day of the election, it publishes-one from Mr. Sparks. This does not appear to me to be fair, and I shall be glad if you will kindly publish it for me in order that the public may know all the facts. Yours, etc., DAVID ABBOTT. Sandriugham, 24th November, 1887. (TO TIIE EDITOR OF TILE " AGE.") SIR,--In your issue of to-day, under the heading of' " A Rowdy Municipal Elec tion," your reporter has, no doubt, in advertently furnished you with a report of what took place which, in certain, import ant particulars is not in accordance with the facts, and as that report reflects dis credit, not only upon the district but also upon myself and my.supporters, I trust that in a spirit of fair play you will insert this letter. The meeting .as called by myself at the Mechanics Institute, Chelf.en...

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Good Stories. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 26 November 1887

o. ... tories. A Baby's Plea.-Thero is a little tow baded :chap of three years who calls me , epapa. ".: We are the best of friends in the 4world, and yet we sometimes ha've 'our little ,differences.;' And I am sometimes surprised aid rebuked by the unconscious eloquence of that dear little lad's pleadings for the rights of children, and for some consideration of their feelings and their juvenile infirmities of character. Somehow wefathersand mothers do forget at times that we were children 'once, and like-minded with these little ones of ours. The remembrance of our own little heart-aches and our childish grievances seem to have gone from us. I was cross when I went home the other night. A man had puffed the smoke of a.cheap cigar into my face all the way home in the car; another fellow had munched an apple in my ear; something had gone wrong at .the ofiee, and ten times worse than all, I fell headlong on a slippery place before my own door in full view-of all the giggling neigh bo...

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SHIRE OF MOORABBIN. West Riding Election. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 26 November 1887

SNIRE- OF M3pOORABBIN. West Riding Election. More than usual stir was infused into the election of last Thursday, for the seat rendered vacant by the resignation of 1Mr Sparks. As our readers are aware there were three candidates, Mr Abbott, the ex-president, and Messrs. Rearle and -Vil. jun. At the MIordialloc polling booth the event was not marked with any eoutward display, most of the free and independent electors essaying to exercise their rights in the.early part of the day, Svery probably with a view to leave them. selves untramelled for the afternoon and everiing to visit the other polling places. At Picnic and Cheltenham polling booths the scene was of the most lively of descriptions. From the time that the poll opened until its close the committee and friends aud-supporters of the various candidates did their level best to ensure success. Scores of vehicles with- the names of their respective candidates in streaming: posters;: fified thereto rallied *ip the conte in-mg-frce...

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

Election. S HIRE OF MOORABBIN. WEST RIDING. EXTRAORDINARY ELFOTION. bAt the Poll taken this day for the elec tion-of One Councillor, to fill the.vacancy caused by the resignation of Mr. H. Sparks for this Riding, the; number of. votesrre= corded at the various polling booths, were as follows - MORDIALLOC. Abbott David... . .. ... 6 Hearle Charles Jewell... ... 11 Vail E. L. Junr... . ... 83 PICNIC. Abbott David ... ... ... 188 Hearle Charles Jcwell... ... 10 Vail E. L. Junr... ... ... '60 CHELTENHAM. Abbott David ... ... ... 139 Hearle Charles Jewell... ... 120 Vail E. L. Junr... ... ...135 Total--Abbott. 3383; Vail, 228: Hoarle, 141. 1-.0`4 I therefore declare the - said .DAVID ABBOTT to be-duly elected a Councillor of tithel West Riding of the Shireof 3Moorabbin, to fill the .aboce. extraordin siVacancy. M3echanics Institute, Cheltenham; November, 24th, 1887.. 5HIRE OF MOORABBIN. WEST RIDING ELECTION. LADIES and GENTLEMEN, I take the earliest opportunity of thank ing those of you....

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

Banks. -Coimnercial Bank 'of Australia, (Limited) Auithoiscil CaOnpital .. ... . £,000,000 :?ubscribed Capital ... .. 2,500,000 id Up .............. ,000,000 Ileser.? 'e Fund .......... .,. 570,000 ,Hi in Or icE-le- COLLINS ST. W., MELUOURNES .l~'?~ondoin Office-llishopsgate, St. Within, corner of Leadenhall-street; E.C: 3RIGIHTON BRAN OH ::iCorueir Bay & Coclaraine Streets; Interest allowed on FIXED DEPOSITS highest current iates. '.-D?IAFTi on??s n London office, branecles and .; agencieg of the Bank iisaedd a1t lowest' -rate of :cechanivi~i $4;q . '. , , :Manager;=. ENGLISH.i SCOTTISH AND AUSTRALI A. CHARTERED B A N K. (Incorporatedby Royal Charter 1852) Paid 'p' Capital, with power to increase to £1,500,000... .. .,720,000. Ileserve Liability of Shareholders £720,000 leserve fund ... ...... £220,000 Elsternwick llranch : GLIEN HUNTLY ROAD, (Near Rlailway Station.) Interest. allowed on Fixed Deposifts at Highest' Rates.) Draifts issued on the London office l-Branches and ...

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MEAT AND POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 26 November 1887

MEAT AND POULTRY. B1EEI OAKiis.-Ingredlente?s- Ono"pound of unde?rr:ooked rbrst' b~'qf,'quarter pound'of hirm or'bacon, a tetispoiof?il'?V"eetliS 'liarbs, seasoning'of pepprtnaud salt' onelargo\ogg, , i Method--lince; the beef orid ham; L acId herbs, &o,;and! mix:with the :egg-which must be previously well beaton-ebrush eachi cake over with":a little white !of egg, cover. with bread crumbs, and fry quickly-for five. minutes. ... PULL?eD TURKEl.Y.-Ingrcdients--lomains of cold roast .or boiled turkey, milk to cover it, thickened with a. little flour, a few slices, of bacon, rolled and toasted. MIethod-Tako the remains of a roast or boiled turkey and pull the white part of the meat from the bones with a fork, so that it is in small strips. Put this into. a saucepan and cover with milk, thickened with. a little flour, (A sprig of mace steeped inithe milk and removed before it is thickened will be found an improvement.), In the mean time joint 'and ,grill the lg, lay this ,on a h...

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Miscellaneous. In Arcadia. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 26 November 1887

- roceIaiiancouw. In? A ..caicel. " Because I choose to keep my sent, Nor-join the giddy dancers' whirl,, I pray do not laugh my- girl, .. Nor ask` me why I find it sweet In mi old age to Watch'your glee I, too,:havn been in- Arcady.: :. And though full well I know.I seem Quite out of place in scenes like this, You can't imagine howm nch bliss ,It gives:me just to sit and dream,.. : As you flit by me gracefully,.. . ' " How I, too, dwelt in Arcady. For, sweetheart, in your merry, eyes A vanisihesndcs i-er buds and flows, And with the same brihlttchecks of roseo I see your mother's image rise, SAnii o'er ai long-and .weary track) , : \IAy biited boyhood wanaders back.. i And as with tear-dimmed eyes.I east i On.your:sweet form my swimming glance, 1 think y,our mother.used tor dance Just as you do in that dead past, Long years ago-yes, fifty-thire' :' When I, top, dwelt in Arcady. And in tihes mtsic's laughbing notes e: Isem 't hear old'voices ring :,,That 'havoi'.been hushed,"ah I ?m...

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Traveller. A FORBIDDEN DANCE. The Wild "Hula-Hula" as Danced by Ten Beautiful Maidens. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 26 November 1887

A F.ORBIDDREN DANGE. The WilZ "lulea-Huela" asDanlced by Tea Beautifu l Maidens.. Among the forbidden amusements ofi the Sandwich Islands dancing what is known as the "hula-hula." A reporter, now at Honolulu, attended one of these dances recently, and gives the following description of it: i I was invited by a native chief, whose ac qnaintance I had formed, to go with him to witness a real hula-hula, ?a genuine dance of the good old times. I 'eagerly accepted his kindness, and at 9 o'clock one beautiful evening we started for the rendezvous, a na tive house, grass thatched.and walls of slen der cane-work. Arriving there we entered a large room, on the floor of which a num ber of native spectators lay-stretched on soft mats. Room was made for us, and we Ihad hardly taken our'seats before a curtain, which was stretched at the far end of: the room, was drawn and the entertainment commenced. First, the musicians- entered and sat down on one end of the stage, which was simply a large-thi...

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Sk[?]. The Rothschilds. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 26 November 1887

1 Tit otloschllds. .' 'A ork has recetly been issued in London entitled,- "The Rothsebilds--the Financial Rulers of Nations." The author, Mr. John Reeves, gives an interesting account of the rise of the great family of financiers, whose ancestor was the humble Hebrew, Mayer Amschel Rothschild. From, being, dealers in old coin in an unpretending shlop Iin the Judehgasso, in Frankfort, the founder of the family and his sons rose within a quarter of a century, by their skill and financial abilities, to be, the trusted friends and advisers of the reigning princes of Europe. The eternal 'want of the latter-money was the opportunity of these skilful manipu lators 'ofloans." But: Mayer Amschel was greatly trusted. - He was financial agent of the Landgrave William IX, of Hesse Cassel, and as such collected the dividends of; the bulk of that prince's large fortune, which was invested in the English funds, as being at that time the only safe and trustworthy investment. To quote the author: i ...

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Ladies Column. Her Will and Her Way. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 26 November 1887

L'. es"fB'1,Wl s?0iL H!1 I'.::i . Her papa stormed an? her mamma cried Laura smiled and said, t We'll see. A snai'for all your family pride. S y Will's good enioughtfor nie.' They: raved and vowed "Yoat shall not g~t We'll shut you up night and day. But Laurai' smiled on and sweetly sa'.'id " Where there's' a Will thre's a wae .", Will thought so; too, ;nd one'dark'inidnight The mniid grow sick just to suit:; Fourdoctors came, so that science might . O'er her symptoms hold dispute. By stoieo'.queer chlanice Mast(er 'Will was there;: :'Aid;'ns.Ialiearthe ,folks say, ; The. 'doctors l' .left thema n,wedded pair "Where there's a Will there's'? way." The row, next morning, began with' minx,:" SBit befor6 the sun had set Arranigeinents vwere made 'id; old' high And the 'word was changed;to pet.; i WVil was happy as a larkin:the sky, "So ended .this little play;j, I The' old folks were pleased; anid Laura a why;l:'" : . , She had her! Will and her way. ; The strange way in which the re se...

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

Scfence. Instantaneous Pictures.--t is a mo.n: mon remark that instantaneous pictures very often fail to convey the idea of 'motion, although we know very well from the nature of the subject that the object must have been moving at the time it was photographed. 'Dr. Eugen Dreher, in Die Natur, has some very pertinent remarks on this point in an article on " The Appearance and Reality in pictures." Dr. Dreher maintains that "it is clearly im possible for an artist to give the exact appear ance of motion. Ho can only seize a given, instant or stage, and so manage that it shall represent itself as the effect of the preceding stage andthe cause of the following one. i A sword-blow-must be rdpresented at a decisive point, not at a stage in the descent of the weapon, else the illusion will be destroyed; a pendulum in motion, not at the bottom of its course, where it,would seem tobe at rest. In painting a galloping horse, no stage of tli exact motion is reproduced. The instan-, taneous pho...

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A TRIP TO OCEAN GROVE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 26 November 1887

A TRIP TO OCEAN GROVE. 0-o Ocean Grove is the name of a charmingly situated new settlement, lying between Connewarre lake on one side, and Queens cliff away to the left on the other. The lands are ample, and the views of old ocean Connewarre lakes, and shipping, simply magnificent. The settlement is started to meet a long felt want, that is, where recrea tion and religious exercises may be obtained without being near the undesirable influen ces and surroundings of the liquor traflic; the settlement being founded on strictly temperance principles. The property has been secured by a Methodist Syndicate, and already a considerable part of the estate has been judiciously surveyed, and is now open for sale at very moderate prices. The Hon. C. H. James, ever in the front to pro mote any good work, has, we believe, ren dered very valuable assistance in bringing things to their present satisfactory position. To " Spy out the land," and ascertain its suitability for the purposes intended, a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 3 December 1887

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 3 December 1887

S Sensitivo Reatgopt for Albumon,-Th most smCriStivo rungcnt. Is that of Moiun, n mrix. hrc of 1 pami ery~stnlUimmo phbwminvtdwItIm i palrt nuotlo awid ant 2 partsi wat&r '

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Sketcher. The Moral Grandeur of Francis Bacon. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 3 December 1887

T'Ie iio acd Gran dI of ra nei - Bac n-knew tbat,;tsoner or later, Iome one would notice .thi b concatenatiodan of Francis -" Bacon "LNicholas," VBa cons," .! Bacon fed," "Francis," "Franci," et. " William" "'William," "William," e-tc., h e,'"poere,"' "Shako," "spcare;," and the infinite shakes, spurs, spears, anal splheres scattered ugough gyy playdiTthat 'olio; and wouldjovc?' iii ll ol t'is' i'to what Bacon had said the " lde ?ir-? t?is," ini his essay therein pon Ciph 'rs,?b6uat lhes best ciphen Ill;f ,h" where. the: :writing infoldisg, ?1?t h "ri.qu~utuple rotation .to the writing infolded," and having, once started upon the scent, would never abondon the chase until hle hbd l.?lug out the cipher.":* * 5ý ,., I would as`kthe attentio? of the reader to thli fac:similes 'of the Folib'in 4623 which accompany this article. These are well wbthli stitdyin'; that-' Folio','isathe-greatess book ever published on earth since man in vinted theirst lieroglyphic, * * * There is inb more do...

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