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CRUMBS SWEPT UP. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 7 April 1888

CRUMBS'SWEPT UP. - -0 S~, r Teacheis has been held, at which their grievanices have been formulated and dis cussed. Ia't riet$ U ios, Ad oee men; Hickok, llace, and Carroll, have been committed for trial oin the chargo.of stealing jowellery, valued a"frjqJfg9t sheys jop-o DMor Sra'i at Jonrith.: News has been received from Meoxico that. lHiring a dull-fight at the tonl4 of Qala af a fire broke out in the building, and a panic onsued amongst the audience, which was very numerous. Hundreds of per .. d,/from the Ix~a erie" into .the aroed, vChi~eAi~f·Q ; . e1-d tosed and gored to deiith by the infnriated bulls. In the medntime the fire had made rapid .proersg. and: the .ontie building wva consumed. Sixty-eight persons were badly burned, and fully 150 soverely injured. The Queen his ann unhedler in toeitirn6 o' et c A fai o t 1 e8burne Coettnitiil EmxLhxlbultioi Finth's celo braited pidtuioe ilhistra'tin" themainar riage of the Prince a-d ?Princess of Wiales. k or r . The Customs roturn...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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CRICKET. BRIGHTON v. N. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 7 April 1888

CRICKET' Bzd a OiiTu vN MELIOURNE." To be played this afternoon at Brighton Beachli Team - Ballantyne,. :Dunn, Emery, - Cochrane, . Lucas, ' :Menzies. Roberts, Ofarke,, Stokes, Smith' and Turner. BnaonTow S3n v. Biiaorror JunIons. To be played this afternoon at the Drill Room.. Friend_ (capt.),,, Smalli Martin, Ruddlo, Leonard, "Wenbourne, 'Walatab, Stuart, Duii Frayer, Wright, Crookes, will represent;the former, r", N. BRIaoToN v. HIuiETi. -The following wiill represent the North, 'iWlidlaro reqiiat'e'd 'to be .oh the ground not later than)22.45 c lisller (2),. Floait, Butcher, M'Dowall, Moore, Wehsack, Sppdding, Loller, Moran; Co rane., IST. GEORiE', MALVERN V. ERtWICK. A matchlavlsaplayea Ait'I3eravi ikon IEaster Monday between thc ibovc-named clubs, wihlhreinltedlin a decisi owiin forBferwock. B3ivi'ck iweit'firs to the wickets, and re mained there uintil 'teyhad. compiled the large scoreof 4l9 runs, EL. Vieidssens,, 150, At Thiuliine 916; J, Ianlford 1J.:Spear '50, 1i. Itlms,43...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, APRIL 6. Before S. Francis, Esq., J.P. DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 7 April 1888

BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. --0- FRIDAY, AIuIL G. Before S. Francis, Esq., J.P. . I y sit, .sDDLUNK*IADr.lDISORtDEI LYP t.! i W*V. Mitchell, D. Tryel, and' Thomas Cooper for being drunk and disorderly were fined 5s etnch, and Alf. Grass for a similar offence 53, with 2s 6d'costs, Laroence O'Mearln not appearing'-int answer to alike offence; on thei applica-. tion of the policeaiiwarrant for his arrest wavv~sordere~t _~_pd ~ lto~,~~ lcnadeQ UNLAWFUL ASSAULT. 1 rJosepli Rice4who lihad been.ariesleftby Constable Crooks on a charge of having committed an unlawful assault on oue Christin"Th'dgalt'''l '-Fi'rlirau, was re Imanded to the Prahran City Cuurt. PLAYING AN ILLEOAL GAME. John Hill was charhed. by Constsbl'e alland with playiiig' an illegal game at Brighton Bcach'omi Eater'Monday. --Aooueed--plended-guiltyr tand- as- the police had nqowislh, to, press the caseolho was let off on the payment of a fine of ten shillinogs;. ' -tcltrmt:tlJti APPEAL CASES. Mr:i lik okif the court rreminded t...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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GENEREL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 7 April 1888

___ GEt EI· 'ilEM8.:.I Her 'dIaj'sty .thbeQueen is making considerable purchases of Australian wines in bulk. /'1 A narrow escnpe frotihi 'awserious no cident'oocurred !'oii' the Daylesford to 10Creswiclk !railway line on Saturday morning nar Wombat, about 91 mies from; Daylesifoik1: `""''"' A regrettabe "1iacii ii;t'happened to His Excellency jtile Governor at the Langwarrici encampment on Satur. The Emperor Frederidk lihas iiauigu rated his; ;reiginoby,.isgu}ing a decree granting full amnesty to all persons =iiriscoliiiieiiiit' fo 'pdltsi offi l fen'es : ITlie'lssith of the'serieai'f local'option, polls appointedto .e takeniduring this year, ,,was*,, eld,,int OPejslemaine on Saturday, and resulted,. in, r,,large 1maorsty of the,. otes declaring in favour of the .existing number of One of thildeF i niistereiting of the ethibits ''to ibe' disdliyed'by the'Go - emrinent at the Centebnial Exhibition~a will be. is 'model of, thel Yant Yean -waterworkes.andrfthe:.metropolitan sys. tem o...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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BRIGHTON FREE LIBRARY COMMITTEE. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 7 April 1888

." UBRIGHTON FREE LIBRARY COMMITTEE. l WEDNESDD Y A RIL 41 P st:-W: BhnrrowvhEsi. (presi ent) a edlsMos Black; Cotterell, Dervall, D, Frarcis, ihrighes Lloyd, Miller, O'Sea-McKenzie, Small, Spragg, atid V- J Stevens. The tminilbdi oat a ordinary committee meeting weroreadtnd coUntliran d. APOLOGIES. MApologies were read- anrd accepted from 1Vetsae'LIa Mare and ,Ocfg1iJ*dl)Tlaiiabieg other ongageiuonts could not be pre senett I t... l!:` 1ita > .WiC CRESPONDENCE. - From--lMeears -Mariarn' Clarke stating thatsbh piopuse4',Tr~ : i' g u-pnt a"Oen 'tneiil "Edution, of tho ao rks of ýieorlate husband Marcils' Clarke,.in the form of a hanidesdie'volhimoof 500 pages, bound in morocco and gold,,~with nuinerous illus trations, and portralts of Marcus Clarke, Lindeay Gordon, ielry KIenridall, and others. The Work would conitain a -.bio graphy of the authitor, and a choice selec lion of his writings under the following divisions :-" Australia of .thn "past," " Tales of the Bush,"' Sketches,"...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 7 April 1888

Colleges and Schools. "Filss CORONAT OPUs." BRIGHTON J LADIES' COLLEGE ("Ellesnmere."). ST. ANDREW STREET, Near the Ten Hall PEINCIPAL: MRS. J. HAINES, (Late of Clifton Hill Ladies' College),1 ) For several years teacher under the Board of Education, -lAsisted-by_ c · S I ~SS A:E. ": CSOX. English Literature and Mathematics, S. IGRENFELL, B.A., L.L.B. French and German, HERR OTTO MULLER. 'Drawing and Painting, J. F. JONES, ESQ. S Pianoforte, '1T.. J. HAMMOND, ESQ., Miss BUIRKITT, R.A.M., MRS. ORR, and Miss A. E. COX 'Calisthenics, Missns DICK and MOON. 11(: plexitvernes5 TERMS (Payable in advance) Day Pupils: English'(as below), also Languages One and half to Four Guinens per Term Resident Pupils (under 12 years): English (as below), also Languages, Music, and Painting ... Twelve Guineas per Term Resident Pupils (over 12 years): English (as below), also Languages, Music, and Painting Fifteen nGuineas per Term ENGLISH in its various branches. com prises Beading, Writing,; ArIthnimtc ...

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SCHOOL ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 7 April 1888

SCHOOL ENTERTAINMENT.' . -0--- An eintertainmeiit consisting: of ia panoramna-of -,Ieautiful--pitu res--re- pyesentiic she'tiesiti'ifoliol Aeii1:ri;,' and Australin; piaintied by 1r Cianimn, \wans given in aid of the.. A\iadalo Wesleyan' Sunday School"flast ight, and,was woll ,patronised. ['ihe views wore representative of the followirig : "Niagra abovo the Falls, "Th'he Hrse-shoe falls of Niin ga," Humi bolt Bluffs,'1 ",Lake ,Tabo," Sunm mit station," " Snoiv sheds,' "1"'lje Yosomitoe Valley," "' The Vernrinl' falls," " The Miritri-ike" `"Theli Three -Biotliers,"!'" 1Bi Trees of California," "Imperinr-Stig humilf, '' Interior of Ciithetiral," ' "Chciigo on fire," "Fountain . ofi Neptamie," ."Fountain of Ltopia,', " Gallery of 1attles,"'' Departtire of the Boiurke and Wills Expedition"Our Brltish Soldiers,"'"' Sc'ne5at r'eVick.2E " High-street, Berwick," and " Dan denong.'" , * r . d During the'evening a.vocal 'and ii strumental ;concort .intorspersed thie views, of which the nimnbe...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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ABSTRACT OF AUCTION SALES. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 7 April 1888

SABSTRACT OF AUCTION SALES.; 2IIll DAY., Slosers. Walstnb and Son in Iconjimnotion with 0. Moody arid Co.-64 township allot= monts at Fast Brighton, Alorssr. Bradh y and Citrtniu.-fl2 vinribid sltus a t ,Elsternwok inear the ailwvtiy station. 31r, [itellin:-I-DI i 'vnlnld' n~lofnidits neorir thi oMalvern aid OCaulfield stntions. NEIM MO\DAY, Menera . J. .LyonsandCCo.-Housohold fur. nitnroeand. affcts at Brighton ieachr. rIi M1r. .lovers, ,Jur.- On, the, pronnine. anndringham, tho.; Duke of . Edinburgh hotel, close to !the tbndringhnai railway

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INNER LIFE PEEPS: OR, WHAT HAS OCCURRED MAY OCCUR AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 7 April 1888

INNER LIFE PEEP SOR, WHAT< HAS OCCURRED MAY OCCUR AGAIN. hHE aove wood-cut illustrates a pleasant 7 domestic scene. The head of the household belongs to thei - telligent artizan class., -.Heeis in full health and vigor.' 'HA T'hijust come home, and a zordial greeting is being extended to him by his wife and chfldren.- ,l U, v I'" But what is it that makes his. faceiso radiant to-day R Has he some piece of news which he has not yet made known to his family I Yes I What is it.I r' Whyiit.is flirei-letter ddi: hist history. He has assued lii life in the 'AUTIIALIAN WAows' FUND SOCIETY l , He has assured himself under Table 'III., which enables t him da to d out the 'amun o 'ill : sY'm'ce toge ther w~ith all the accumulated profits, on his attaining 60 years of age. Ah'dtllu's lhibmWl1md e happy in the thought that ,,e;i has !made a double provision-aprovision in which helvillIpitrticipate, should he-live-tohbe-60 years old, and a provlsloi for thospinemer and dear: to-him r'...

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OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. TUESDAY APRIL 2. Before Mr G. Looker J.P. A PERJURER. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 7 April 1888

OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. TUESDAY AIPRIL 2. S.lBefofre M- G Looker J;P.--' .l.0mi'ti T/tin. ' PEusntrntJa.- n%4Uono *.Jns. Marshall, one of the principal'wiLt :ncssesain the late outrage on the wonian Haydon, wa's charged oby Constable Gray, with perjury, On the application of the arresting . constable, he was remnuilced to the city court next Tuesdap. A DESPERADO. , D. Moliloy a stalwart navvy in the! employ of Messrs U, Munro andCo., vwas charged by Constable, Gray, with insulting behav ior. ;,Thle arresting constable, deposed that Molloy., who was in a very drunken state and almost Inad, ewas creating a great'dis f trbiance in .the to wnship, and after he. was locked up lie persisted in making night hideous with his screams and imprecations. He1 was sent to gnol f6rl7.dayd. I . WEDNESDAY APRI'I 8, Ilefore Mr Hare 1'.M., and Mr Irwin J.Pi. DEBT CASE. T. Jones iproceedeild 'agaiustlChdrles New man for the sum of £1 1Os 'hire of a horse. ' MrJones deposed thit complainint hired a horse...

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SERIOUS F[?]RE IN MALVERN. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 7 April 1888

SERIOUS F RE IN MALVERN. By `A Ex'E oLi iU FIRaEi . An ilarmn wasi given at : 3 ,ocloclk on Good Friday, !oriilung at the MaiIlveriifire station,; Glenferrie road fir ,',,firoiat had broke oit' diurir, the iight, in, some urinished houises in Gordlon Grove, the property of Ar. Phillips. Captain Har. dinge respondedToio the cili at once. in the meantime, the bell had; sounded! the alarm, and. other members of the brigaide were quickly atithestlatioif; and'lin five minutes from the call were at the fire with their hose =riel (readjy or liction. They found the"ipi lses obs filrto\booneof three houses in course of cotistrdtctdio , on the right hatndside of the Grove, de ached, and built of brick and weather-,bpprd% the Gre raging in the centre ne. To the fire men's disappnointmneat, 0n water plugs could be;found,! as 'the road wase newly formed and the plugs had iben 'covered over, no traces of them being left' 'Noithing duiitbd ,iOO feet of hoso wis riu ithrbrih some privite grounrids ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 7 April 1888

I ,9 - , 1f } ' U .rolgto al th f.llrsd l I District) rt on M~r if " Ad ~i. man a· b j1 - ' ru on (f rý rý a·j H ,Are reminded that a .BRANCH ~fthe Popular I. t? J2 . 1.J, ,,83,11 .cd .8_ fý,M t t .n ins l 1+ frtal zr: d .1.. 'I 2 * , . P '(. K u 2 r RiiiH O .8 ,ý rj- ,ý ýx ..&. .ý S; *" C, ý .,,s .,, tl r ' ;, ý' '_T Tý .i+(r..~f .';1{ i. -' S r, ý ' !'' I' 2 ·I· ;i222 'I ·, :· .9 , I·.I .; I c" ri TY'ImWJ Xi1. W. JI1 IE:L.m 15TI AB tf - rmt; ;¬t{ iii: i 1; IF····;?· 1EV -.lentJ;P s "ý t T OW OPEN in BAY TET -.,I B .v ova. . x.- ,f 2 .i .,)i;+}t; STR1E ? NORTH BRIGHTON, * Where ,ney ,can PROCURE'T EVERYTHING' 'Required frrom a Needle to an Anchor." ja[ ~~~~~~~~~u a a :TA SLS rna~ Ei~~Jr' I-, A Grocejes, Wines and Spirits, irst-class quality only kept. ' { 2Ciustomers called on for Orders. Pri i sts o apli r 2 - ",r,. F 2 ..., 2 2 ýti ) !j,'1ý t,_ The-favour of- patronage-respectfully solicited. - - SAt 2the Central Stores,, 89. Collins Street. : You- lcan get anything itris...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 7 April 1888

" . Drapers And 6r erSw) .O4RK~I;REjl. lo US "I I --Near the Railway Station- t Elsternwick. -- TOBTý, BYERS., In thanking his numerous patrons of 7Eltiierick, CiaulfiSld; Elwod, Bala clava, St. Kilda;' Brightoh;aetc.,.etc., for the favours'conferred upon him during -the first-Six- Months he has-been inm Business, in the above;,Suburb,qbege to; inform them that he has deterinined on Selling the balance of his t ','~ýLK STOCK`' 4:5I UMBE Sto Drapery, Bosiery, Millinery, Genta Shirts, Rats, Ties, Gloves, etc., at Pricedswhichkire` bound to ennre a Speedy Clearance. Al Goode G naaked' in Plain lFigures. R., H.1B., iaviog miadei aj practicb of holding no stock over until following; season, can confidentially state that his Pribea leff Gompetetionb I i!; n n I Dressmaking in all its branches.-Fit and Style Guaranteed. UNDERCLOTHING A SPECIALITY. -0 -.Wssii1a` 'CaasC~ Foiis Vzh*is Con acwmo ý IrSATURDAY.; , ti Address '~ " ' IOBERT 'BYERS `Olen Huntly Road, Elsternwick E LS:T E R NIW IC K...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 7 April 1888

Banks. E _Coefi ercial Bank of Australia. (Limited) Authorised Capital .. ... £3,000,000 Subascribed Capital .. ... 2,500,000 -Paid Up .. ... ... 1,000,000 Reserve Fund . . 000,000 HETAD OvrioxE-0 COLLINS ST. W., . MELBOURNE. Lonedon Office-Bashopsgate St. Within, I corner of Lneadenhall.street, E.O. : BRTGHTON BRANCH 4borner of Bay & Cochrafne Streeits. -ir terest allowed on 1'XED DEPOSITS shlghest currcnt rates. ,; AFTS London office, branches au, t,,eagncci, of the Bank issued at lowiat g artes of exchange. Bills Discounted and Advances Made. S W. M'Farlaad, Manager. Speclal Advertisements. -iA. JOSLYN, HOUSE - PAINTER - AND DECORATER, 17 COMMERCIAL PoAD, 17 Prahran, NEAm THE MARKET, ON . ALE, LOWEST"PICES TRADE SUPPLIED. P aperiangings, Leads, Oils, Colors Varnishes, Glass and Sizes, ALL COLORS. Canastic Soda, Shellac, Brushware, Spirits, &c., &c. Glazing for the Trade. Produce Merchants,. Brighton Produce Store and Wood and Coal Depot ..T. ..BRADLEY AND ...

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PAIN: ITS PREVENTION & RELIEF. No. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 7 April 1888

PAIN: ITSIPREVEfNTION & RELIEF. r,+':t.:.it't':r: ",t',- 'NNd·: O.·: · i. 1.-: !:lý', . If people are ever, thorou41ly' grateful' for the serpices .renderedto themn, .by the physician or surgeonu--and we believe they often are-it surely,si when he has' 'suc coeded, either,bydrug: oriapplication; in alleviating distress or causing.surcease of paili~ Paii iwiienfs;'deeid are rptlf o'h~ave an exaggerated notioun of 'th',skii'df1 the 'inedimaiaian- of-'whomthe'y-:areable to say, r"''He gave 'hie 'soinething' tb take, aid' tlhe reliefI 'experietihoed was almost inatantaneous'" ''But'be 'thit "as it' 'imay, there is nfo doubt that i ~~n~cb too numier~os lire to'iientionuitigation or totil'roiiival'of' th "jiain 'if ndt' half the battile,at least"liid" first grezi'ettide towards.theo. complete...saubjugoati6ii6iClie disease; for sleep that worketh wonders usually follows such- relief, the tensiodn is .taken off the nerves, the 'birain is calmed, strengthened, and "revivified, thie ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 7 April 1888

nm .Armadale ºCTuimber Yardc and :,Steam ojA.6ery an ouldming 1ills,Ml HIGH STREET, -RMADALE. iiAl kinds of SUiwva imnii',: Moudigs, kirtings, Ardhitraves, ': :, Doors, Sashes, &c., at lowest current rates. A' iilar ane'issortment of Builders'--Ironmongery o eery ;des-: cript1io1 dwa' on` ha d. It ;[t" i`ýr Irison IProprietor I ''C idCC ''"C 'il'l~:I;', i!WATCHES AND: . JEWELLERY. I: Ii: '/ _ ý r ; e1.' ', ` ". ' ' , -. . " ý· 1 i : : ýý .t ·f ,,, ;.j ,± ,rt "ý ? ~ - t lt ' THOMAS 3.L WAY,' ;'t Imj rter arid` lanufacturdr of:C SWatched Cok Jewell ery 35--BOUIRKE STREET ,C hJCICI }." , " ;C ' MELBOURNE. S"12 i00, º: ;£7 .'15: 4' ~ w I ,i::~ C'!j, "~-: ) '? . - ýý , t E B U N ' l .a , ' :£10 'lOs.: ., ,'~ C £ " :Great Success of the Easy Payment System.., 1: Seial Advantages of TJIO3IAs B. WAY'S System First Advi entiig c-A-aing made this systesn of Purchasing Watches of all 'descrip 'r tions, 'Diniandand other Jewellery a Speciality whereby persons, can obtain a first- SiClas...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 April 1888

Don't Think You are Giving too -Mu?b' Troubleo r . (If you -o not know exactly what~aorts o pumps you require,.write to.JohnlDsnks and Son,.42.(only), Bourke, streeb westo, Ind .ask them which is the beat for your purpose. They! will adviqe you and iquote you a:prioe for the whole thing complete. " ' - ' . ;,They a eoored first orizes. at Adelaide,. Ednety . Melbourne, . Paris, . Philadelphia, .apeterdato , Clcutta-vr Be sure that if you.: send to wAem, JOu WillgolRas thoroughly strong and reliable pump.,,rADv'.). :,., .: Signor O"millo Oreaea, a- wealthLy Badiea SqMzentgva, ,hae placed £4000 at..the.dih. pIqgal, of the .famelies of poor Italian emie gronte, in,. San .,Paulo, ..Brall, left 'without means.., L. Stevenson & Sons, Lmited Oontnatnlr the b?arnes of " L. aTVEuNBON and BONS, Edltabllehed 1820. , ? HedOflmo -" , 14 Fllindrs Lane East; Uelbou?remo S- OAPI1AL, "4800,000.' ", Icorpiorated n469166oups 1e1 St oak,13 1 0 r: . .DIBOtOBB:- . -t .t 0 , 44-. The Bou.-0 .H. Ja...

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JUST SUCH ANOTHER SPITFIRE AS HIS MOLLY. A HONEYMOON EPISODE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 April 1888

"' Ai' 'ONutJIug dit "P ?fi 'ae' liappinese' or unhippjinme s." aoneeruied, hbe prince' and the 'pagesat. eiand?ith all Intents and purppaes,',di isa eame fobting. "A German prince who. bad" 4aSrid an American heirssee wa rcceiitly on hl bridal tdur. ,He w-=9, of: couite, cc^- .'?cd by the h irinaems, the bride. The"a'ppy couple travelled incognito.. They aeoppeda~da? or so ata little village in the seouth, where they qould stroll about in each other cp'mdupny, unobserved and unknown. -.?:Whl bitting under the shade pf i,,ree .ea rthe ioadaide the prince, placing his..rm around the waist of the princess', juset e any -ordinary mortal might, could, would, or shOuld have done under similar otre um stanes, 'exolaimed in an ecetatioq'f 0oe, looknlg upward: lI wonder,deariept Louisa, if &is-poesable for iny:dther livihg human beings to be as hippy aswe ari ' .Th6yoding wife sighled a happy eigh;f~,nd then.they indilged in speculative- theoriesa silto the possibility :of a couiple...

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YACHTING. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 April 1888

0---' SThe race at St. Kilda for the :Corm i.niodore's trophy` (open .'to Brighiton : yachts) was' w'n'by the 'Galatea after. < an,exoiting race with the WaterwitoMl, the Camilla being thirdi r. ,; ;The, Brighton: Yacht. Club ,hold a race next Saturday for. :Mr. .lV. J. ,,,Woolcott'W trophy. Entries will b, "receivd by the , secretary ,up tb 'Woedneidyp next at'8 p.i?..

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MESSRS. BAYLEE, SHEVILL AND CO.'S NEW PREMISES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 April 1888

MESSRS:' BAYLEE,:: SHEVILL :AND :: .'SNEW PREMISES ".Another of thoeno I auId'- mainifioont edifices adorning the City was, formally,: opened for biusiness purpose's lait Tues day, viz., the palatial building which' has just been completed in Collins-street east,fr-'oriiMesri:. Baylei;:Sh;~ilai-ad Co., the well-known'firmniof auctioneers. The buildiug, which has been erected at a dost, of some :025,000, fortis a' st'ikinig feature in the architecture of the street, theo para. pit lieing.85ft'.. abv tle 'lavemeist. :,,The 'front lies been darried' out in ,the: Italian style of architecture, ini' cement,.-:relieved 'withl rod and grey granite colums; i the effect of which ,is.: very., pleasing. hh edidco has a frontage //of :3SfSt. w?ith depth of 14O0ft: . and, the intornal ' p ce affords a vast amount of accommodatiOn, 'a' great feature being'that' eve'ry'floor) is splendidly: lighted 'by' meanis'if an' s gei ous adaption,of tlid' well isystem:i bcve tho!baseyent' i~indIgroi?nd floor...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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