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MOORABBIN SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 3 December 1887

MOORABBIN SHIRE COUNCIL. -----o ---- Present :-Ors. Bent (president) Bur gess, Comport, Mills, M'Swain, Reuni. son. Stayner, and Ward. Cr Abbott, the Sievly-elected representative for the west riding, having made the usual declaration, took his seat, and was warmly welcomed back by the president and councillors. -A DENIAL. Before proceeding with the correspon dence, the president said that he, in com pany with Mr Keys, had seen the Heon. Mr Nimno in the House, . and that gentleman had expressed his amazement that a report had gone about that he had recommended the msmbers of the Moor abbin Shire Council to sell their beauti ful district for 30 years. He could not understand how such a statement bad got abroad, but he (Mr Nimmo) would make enquiry, and communicate the result to the president and members' of the coun ciL CORRESPONDENOE. From J. Huntley, hon. sec. of' the Brighton United Friendly Societies sports asking the patronage of the president and councillors to their sports mee...

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CRICKET. Brighton v. Yarra Bend. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 3 December 1887

CRICKET. Brighton v. Yarra Bend. This match was played on Saturday, at Yarra Bend, and resulted in a win for the Bend by one run, the scores were : Bend 89; Brighton 88, of which Benulke and Sims made 22 each, Boxshall 10, and Cudy 11 by good Cricket. YARRA BEND ... ... ... 89 BRIGHTON. ... ... ... 88 Brighton 2nd v. N. Brighton. This match was played last Saturday at Brighton Beach, and resulted in a draw. The following were the scores :-North 77; of which C. Miller made 20; Crookes 5 for 25; Leonard 2 for 11; and Sullivan 1 for 5 bowled well for Brighton. Brighton at the call of time had lost 5 for 58. The full scores were Results-North Brighton, all out for 77; Brighton, five for 58. Cheltembham v. Ilighett. This match was played at Highett, and resulted in a win for the former by ,an innings and one run. The scores were as follows: -Cheltenham 29; Highett 12 for 16; Woff, 15, batted well for the winners. Woff, 9 for 7; Organ 5 for 6; Nunn, 2 for 1, bowled well for the winners. C...

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CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 3 December 1887

CIIIURCII SERVICES TO ,MORROW. Presbyterian.-Brighton,; Rev. Mr. 11 and 7.. :. H .Elsternwick.-? o. J. Hay,.11 and 7.. Cheltenhain-ll and 3 Mentone ;7. Rev. R. M. Fergus. Baptist Church.-Rev. S. Howard, 11 Mr. Chambers, 7. Congregational.- Rev. J. Rickard;, 11 and 7. Christian Chapel, Cheltenham.- Mr. Goodacre, 7. Union Chapel, South Brighton.-Mr. D Hamilton, 3; Rev. T. Laver, 7. Church of England.-Second Sunday in advent: St. Andrews' Sermons, 11 and 7. Mordialloc-ll, as usual; 7, Mr. Keys. Cheltenham.-Rev. A. Caffin, 1 L; Mr. Despard, 7. Mentone.-ll, Rev. M'Combe. Little Brighton.--ll, Mr. J. 5. Muir; 7, Rev. A. Catin, 7. Gipsy Village.-Rev. J. S. Muir, 6.45. South Brighton.-Rev. T. Rust, 3. Dingley.-Rev. A. Caffin, 3.30. Bald Hills.-Mr. Thomas, 7.

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The Leader. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, DEC. 3, 1887. THE AMENDING LICENSING BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 3 December 1887

JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY; DEC. 3, .1s88... TIlE AMIENDIRNG LICENSING BILL. " " ' W ': are pleased to see that ,'this 1l asure. with iimpiortanlt nlodifica cations, has passed throifgh.';the Asseinbly by" an ovel?h'ielnii mhajbrity,, ind been sent .p fi the Lqgislative Council, For some.we?s it hasbeen in. troubled vaters; ?ha' with thli teeoitallors 'on the one side, and Mr. Carter and hiis frienids ion the other,-', "The d overnment enideavn oured to draft a ipeasiire to stilt' "both" sides "" with the 'usual resulr t tlihat' neither woei pleased. TheGoverni mbnt'thend aiinouned their inte'nioi of abandoning the more important parts of the. bill, and simply passing a few minor clauses and schledules. At this stage another Richmond ap paeared in the field in the personW of Mr. Bailes of Sandhurst. 'As there was no'likliliood of a. modification of the 36th clause relating td iiup0i?e monts without the aid of the teetotal section in the House, Mr.. Bailes. placed. hiniself in "communi...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 3 December 1887

+ ODD 1 AND iNDS. CiOtEssr. FIx?Ntr.-Inigrodlonts:., 3 ozs. grated cheese, l oas. flour, 2 ozs, butter, j tea. spoonful of baking powder, salt and cayenue to taste. Method : Mix thseo ingredients to a still paste with a very little Inlls, roll out and out Into strips about three inches :long, roll round and bake on a tin in n brisk oven for fivo minutes to a. very light brown. This is N giod way ~ to ti ;"u?{ dry plicecs o'ti:diese,' nudl mkes\ a ?liretly.l;" fdl'ror ttlot a ,?e

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PUDDINGS AND SWEETS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 3 December 1887

PUDDINGCS AND SWEETS. PUFF I'PAST. -Ingredients :1"'lb. flour, - ozs. butter, ozs. lard, rather lss than pint of wanter. I-: Method : If the butter is very salt, it should be washcd in 'old water, then well, squeezed to extract all the moisture. See thnat the flour is quite dry and free from' lumps, then mix it into a smooth paste with the water, using a knife for this purpose, and taking care not to make it too wet, or the paste will be toulgh. Turn it on to a well.floured pastry board and roll it out until it is about an inch thick, spread it with equal parts of butter and lard, sift over it a very little flouor; fold it up, roll out again, and spread more butter and lard as before. Do this three or four times, till all the butter and lard are used, taking care to flour both paste and rolling, pin to prevent them from sticking. Brush the paste as often as rolled out, and the butter that is spread upon it, with the white of an egg, help it to rise in. flakes or leaves, but this is ...

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MEAT AND POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 3 December 1887

IMEAT AND rOULTRY. ROLLED STEAK, No 1-Ingredients: Rump steak, forcemeat of bread-crumbs, pork, half an onion, pepper, and salt ; browned flour and butter for thegravy. Method : Take a good steak, not too thick, beat it fiat with the broad side of a hatchet, and cover with a forcemneat made of bread crumbs, a little minced pork, and half an onion. Moisten this slightly, anti season to taste with salt and pepper. Roll the steak up, closely enclosing the stuffing, bind with twine into a compact bundle, and lay in a deep dish. Dash a teacupful of boiling water over it, cover with another dish, and bake about three quarters of an hour in its own steam. At the end of this time remove the cover, baste withan little butter, and dredge with flour to brown the meat. When it is a good color, serve on a very hotdish. Thicken :thegravy with a little browned flour, and send it to table in al ureen. In removing the twine froii'the.meat before serving, clip it in seve ral places, that the form of ...

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

FISH. eISui CROQUETTES. - Ing'edicnts : Re mains of cold .lish-boiled, baked, or fried -one third as mach mashed potatoes,a little ~elted butter or -White sauce, 1 beaten egg, cholped piriley, salt and -pepper, seasoning of walnut ketchup or anchovy sauce. - Method : Pick the tish carefully- from the bones, and chop it fine, beat the potatoes to a cream with melted butter, add the parsley, pepper, salt, and sauce- and mix all well together. Make the mixture into balls *or eggs, roll them in the beaten egg, strew over with fine breadcrumbs, and fry quickly in boiling fat. Serve very hot with sliced lemon ..

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HOUSEHOLD. Tasty Dishes. SOUPS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 3 December 1887

IIO USEL OLD. Tast .Dishes. SOUPS. BAKED souP.-Ingrcdients: 2 lbs. lean, beef, 1 head of celery, 2 turnips, 1 teacup of chopped cabbage, 1 onion, 1 carrot, chopped parsley, 4 or c tomnaoes (or j tin of preserved tomatoes), } a cup of rice previously boiled for 15 minutes, pepper and salt, 5 pints of cold water. Method: Cut the meat iinto dice, peel and chbop up all the vegetables, add the rice and seasoning, mix all-well together, and put into a strong earthenware jar, pour in the water, fit the cover on closely, and set in the oven in a pan of boiling water for 6 hours. Do not uncover it while it is cook ing. Serve without further preparation.

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

i. 3.-!... S"LEADER " ..... i: RINTING QFFE " . ^ - ,i -,; . ... .1.: ",:.£'..?'/: ý J ":-.i? -" ý'. .-2 ý - P,:e: ?= : !"- " %w,.ý-? v. ^, "°ý "? "? \: .if 4" c Jt ý.:`, %+ 4 " -. --" - . "' ' r .............. ..:........................... Every description of PLAIN and ORNM/JENTAhLi Printing exeoted with Pro mptidade and Des~patch i ii ...... .i~ .} ? . .. -.. ' .. .. . . -. • . The "LEADER" may be obtained :from all News Agents' throiighout the District.. • . . . . . . `. s ý t:,, . . .. . .. . , ,.4. ::. _ý .. . -?ý- + . .." _._: / ?.. ""R" . . -°'.:\- _'"'' •r: . '-l. ±~ ". _.. " '`,`ý'a.iy . ýý e R - ~ -_.i :: S. <. .. . t. . "." - , .+.: :- . . ".. r. j., .. ni S.:. i • ~ ; -.: ^::ý.. " . ', - : :.. '1 ;,y- . r++7ýý". ' "S3 f . f. ?,? ? ' ': :?;'; : -.:.... . •ý' ,-; . -- . : . .. . . ,: :'. . '~ .. . . - ' t" ý ' . L, d• : - . .C - # ' .' t ... i ". _ : .=:':: ''.,, _. . . " ". ... . .- o .tr + .. . - -: . . ' . " o," - ':'*,?. :-":T:";Z,.,?. __ ?.:?L : '?'?')'?'...

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OUR OPEN COLUMN. Brighton Library Catalogue. TO THE EDITOR OF THE "LEADER." [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 3 December 1887

OUR OPEN COLUMN. Brighton Library Catalogue. TO THE EDITOR OF THE " LEADEE._ SIR.-As you ag supposed to now S'everything,.CgCIFid you inforim the writer and oui nierous readers when the ;nch ý ý d long-talked'of . of r Li L tg is g.ni etmane npiif ppea SSnrel3ic enas not aken-asome :.five-or $ix months to complete the catalogue,?if so ie Scompilers must-have had many a nice :little nap over the work. At any rate, whatever be the -cause of the delay, it is neither creditable to the committee nor conducive to the welfare of the institution. Hoping you will be able to throw some light on the mystery.-I am yours, etc., " EFQUIRER." We are soary we cannot inform " En quirer" when the catalogue will appear. But we believe the desire to " get it on the cheap '!padded to an abnormal size with advertisements nobody looks at, or wants, has much to do with the delay. We advise "Enquirer to consider the "patience of Job " and try and wait a littte longer, it nmay come with the new year.-ED, B. ...

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PICTURESQUE OAKLEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 3 December 1887

PICTURESQUE OAKLEIGII; A pretty township with a pretty name is Oakleigh. Picturesque is thie scene conmanded from the hill top just east of the township, embracing a scope of gently undulating rises clothed, in rich verdure -and handsomely timbered, the great metropolis (within whose suburbs Oak leigh is itself now included) being under complete view eight or nine miles away, and the waters of the bay glittering in the sunshine over in the westward. Peace ful and dreamy is the scene, and it seems to-have exercised its si,mnolent influence upon the character which it surrounds. A verirable sleepy hollcw has Oakleigh been, and a sad lack lo enterprise seems to have marked its inihailants. It is in spite of their policy, t.ot because of it, that the place haq. made the wonderful progress of the last few years. For it is not very manly years since land in Oak leigh could have been purchased at a less price per acre than would now have to be paid fo- it per footr. And the increase in lan...

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

Colleges and Schools. "FINIS CoRONAT 'OUs." BRIG TON LADIES' COLLEGE (" Ellesulicre,") ST. ANDREW STREET, Near the Town Hall PRINCIPAL: MRS. J. HAINES, (Late of Clifton Hill adies' C.ollege), For several years teacher under . the Board of Edu.cation, Assisted by MISS A. E. COX.' English Literature and Mathematics, S. GRENFELL, B.A., L.L.B. French and German, HERR OTTO MUYLLER. Dirawiig and Painting, J. F. JONES, EsQ. Pianoforte;: T.J. HAMMIOND,E sQ., Miss-BURKITT, 'RA.M., MRs. ORR, and: Miss A. E COX Calisthenics, MISSES DICK and MOONi Resident Governess: MISS A,E. COX. TERMS (Payable in advance) Day Pupils: Englishb(as below), also Languages .. One and half to Four Guineas per Term Resident Pupils (under 12 years): English (as below), also Languages, Music, and Painting Twelve Guineas perTerm SResident Pupils (over 12 years): English (as below), also Languages, Music, and Painting Fifteen Guineas per Term ENGLISH in its various branches corn prises .Reading, Writing, Arithmetic (Ad...

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

:: Pasted over the desk of the city editor of a Georgia paper are, the following- instruc tions: ' .All :brides are= lovely, ;beautiful,` and accomplished, except they be old and.tough widows; and then they are amiable and culti ""'All merchant? ,who advertise are enter ,prising, wide-awake, and'a credit to our city' T?8e names of those' who do; not advertise must not appear in our paper. "Allold lawyers are able and worthy of: aplace onthe-Sdpireme'-benoh-:'Young lawyers are promising and silvery-tongued. "Conductors on passenger trains are gen tlemanly and courteous. " Doctors are eminent. "Farmers are intelligent. " Candidates. who ? put their announceo ments in our paper are gaining ground every day. Those who do not announce are likely to, be defeated. I r"iUndesi6 no ?'ciriumsta?ices : must these rules be 'brolken. F/ F Meddleton Pryor, e'ditior and.,proprieto:r. - ' aShe-" id you'iinjoyyor~visit tO?tl?e country, Mr. Jollyboy?" . i. 1 Ys, ono" orstwo'exceptions, I had a verwy ...

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Miscellaneous. Sandy Strawberries. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 3 December 1887

,SeeaeclU Ste'awbeerv'tiss ' Deliciouis berries I motrc we owe.:, To: thdie, of health and strength, Than to the doctors-for-we know , That life to greater length - .,:; Hath been prolonged because of::theso Rare rubies, ripe and red, That counteract and drive diseaso From aching limb and head.,? But, oh I 'twould save grimaces so, And interdict.our tears, .?..? ,? ?.? If they were only taught to grow l.nsheathed, like "roasting ears'.' For what's a strawberry at all Ifit be swallowed whole ? -And, bitten through, it makes one craw;, Andshrivels up his soul. Weo never. igterfered before 'With amghtd by Wisdom planned, But when we purchased at a store A lot of yellow sand, c:j L ;With tempting hue and fragrant smell Of berries orn-the top, I We think-that:naitre might r.i well-J z Let propagation stop. Thle standsofli fcare'arunnino fast,---.-o -,ýý And 'tis but reckless waste In creanil and sugar'iiixture cast- ' 'Besides, it spoils the taste; 'ý ' # For bipeds of thli feathered kin...

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THE COMPROMISE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 3 December 1887

THEI COMPROMISE." Mx -Miriio, at 'about 9 o'olock, said helhadi' nitich pleasure in moving.that the following;new claisq be added"to. 'the Bil : - B ( .The piovis " aeotion, G" othe li.prii cipal ct sha-ct hll -be andt same is hereby .:repealed:f (2) I Section 36 of the--princiipal ::Act 'the words " any city or town " in some places where they occur, shlall lbe repealed aTnd the words "' the City of Melbourifie " shall" be substituted therefor arid the Woi;rds" and be .not lessrthan: nine feet in heiglht and' shall' also be repealedi and the words .iexcept in the' case of bedrooms inten'ded for "the accommiodatioii?of one personi only which shall contair at least 850 cubic feet and :be "-shall be substituted therefor.- (3). Not wiithstanding anything contained. in" the principali Act the amount of com p-ensation to be paid. to the owner of any licensed premises, by reason of the annual value of such premises being diminished owing to the license being taken away .in conseqieance of...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 3 December 1887

LOCAL ITEMS. Oua. advertising columns and enclosed haridbill notifiy the Brighton Recreation Fair to be held in the Brighton Town" Hall, on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, the 8th, 9th, and 10th of December, and will be opened on Thursday next at 3 p.m., by the Hon. Thomas Bent. The following bands will play during.theFair On Thursday the Middle Brighton Brass Band; on Friday, Finister's ; and Satur day, Smnith's There will be numerous side.hos, includinclud one by W. T. Carter Esqri of Black Rock who" will on the Ifternoon~i exhibit and experiment 'with his 4plendtid , electrical engines, amongst 'whch M a ininiature eleotrici t;amway, ca' in motion -running, on *:a circular tridEck will be ishown, ailso - the electric boy and lady .who will shock (gently) everyone. that thoubhes: thlem, abRd the electric :-ialf-crowis nsthat' will be givien to ,anybne whocanL pick then tis. In the evenin? M. Carter will exhibit oh 'Thursday; a =panoramza. of. Itndon, On 1rlday' a jl$aorama of Scotl...

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OAKLEIGH AND FERNTREE TRAMWAY COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 3 December 1887

:OAKLEIGHi AND FERNTREE. TRAMWAY COMPANY. -o 3A ?? ix of the. provisional conm mittee of the Oakleigh and Ferntree ? Gully an.L SteBm: Tiamway Company. was held-at Mr. B., Cowderoy's office, .25 'Queen-street, on the 23rd Novem ber. :About twenty ieriiibiers of the committee' were .present, and inl the absence of Sir A. Michie (chaiiman of provisional, diirectors)' -Mr. Crow deroyyiwas, voted tothe. chair. The chairmannexplained what had been -' done by the sub-committee of three, • in 'whose hands matters had been left 'since. the ' last general meeting. Of the other' tw'o members of the 'siib c: ommittee,' one had retired owing to business reasons and having disposed ~of his interest in the district, and the other, Mi.n1' T W. Morris, had been suddenly) called ,to England, and now that he had returned his impared ;healthprecluded.him from taking his former active part in forwarding the project. A fresh working committee , must'therefdrebhe fonmed. Financieirs had advised the suspe...

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

_Anctic n S ATURDAY, DECEMBER 17. rJ On the Ground. , At Three o'Clock. KNOOKANDO ESTATE. KNOCKANDO. ESTATE, KNOOKANDO ESTATE, In the TOWNSHIP of ALPHINGTON, TOWNSHIP of ALPHINGTON, TOWNSHIP of ALPHINGTON, Comprising 105 Splendid Villa Sites 105 105 Splendid Villa Sites 105 105 Splendid Villa Sites 105. .- . Only Two Minutes' from the S Alphinrton Railway Station, S: Alphingtonn Railway Station, Alphington Railway Station, . Adjoining the. Post-office and Police Station. Post-office and Police Station Post-office and Police Station. To Speculators, Investors, Builders, and Others. SGEMMELL, TUCKETT, and Co, have received instructions from the Hon. Thos. Bent tq sell by auction, on 'Saturday, the 17ýecember, 1887, on the ;.ground at Three ,soclock, .; }5:valuable bilding allotments, r -orojtiges lendi 4depths. . - This properti is thepilk: of the ihole : of o ALPHINGTON. As it was picked by the late Dr MO-c donald as "the'finest site in this -favorite suburb. It is only recently that...

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

Banks. Comnniercial Bank of Australia (Limited) Authorised Capital . . .. £3,000,000 Subscribed Capital ... , .. 2,500,000 Paid Up . 1,000,000 Reserve Fund... 570,000 E[ Ai Orvcil E-0 COLLINS ST. W., '-MELBOURNE:' London' Office-Bishopsgate, St. Within, corner of Leadenhall-street, E.C. 4r- BRIUIHTON BRA: NCTH . r ay & ochirane StreetS IDRAFTS' on London office, :branches and; agencies of the Bank issued at lowest rates. of exchange. Bills:Disconnted and Advances Made.' W. " M'Farlaiad,' Ma ,Inagelr. S ENGLISH. SCOTTISII AVUSTIRAL'I AL1AN H:ARTERED .. B . A " ,.i ' -.. (Incorporated by' Rloal Charter 1852) Paid'dip'Cnpital, 1iith" power tb' increase to £1i500,000... -, ... -:£720,000 Reserve Liability of Shareholders. £720,000 Reshrve fund ... £220,000 Elsternwick Branch: G.L EN •HfUNTLY ROAD, (Near Ranilway Station;)': -Interest. allowed on Fixed Deposits at Highest R]ates.) Drafts issued on the London.a office Braliches and ages~ts ofthd Bankk at Current Rates of Exchange....

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