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LAWN TENNIS. CLAYTONS v. SOUTH BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 April 1888
? " 'LAWN TENNIS." i SCLAYTO'S V. SOUTr, BRI~Grro. ' ,-: This match,' played on Saturday;'dn the ground of the:former, result'ed as, follows :-Messrr. r Brittlebanlk' irid . Zorn (C0) beat Smith and Lucas (S.B.) i,10, games ,to 5,, and Claytdon aind Stewart by 10 to 5;; .Mesrs. .Bolling broke and Hourigan (C.).beat Smith :an'd'Lucas by 10 to 9, and Iwere beaten Sby.'Clayton and Stewart (S. B) by 10 Sto 6 ,Messrs. Zoirn and Hourigan (C.) I ere 'beaten by~ Missbs Prcctor and: Clayton (S,B.) by 6 to 5. Total 'Olayton, 41 games; South Brighton, *n'85.'' ~ ~ ~·: **·· *I / *''*'*i:* ' " *..' * " ;
CRICKET. BRIGHTON v. N. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 April 1888
CRICKET. BRIGHTON v: N. MHLhOURW.. This match' was commenced on SBatuirday at Brighton Beach., The Brighton werejthe first to go to the -,.wickets and at call of time had lost 9 ;C?,wicketsL:for ;127, ::of which Turner : made 43 .by. good crincket .and was well ,libacked up': `by: Clarke with'! 26, Coclirane, 20, and Lucas,* 15. Smith and Roberts will resume etheir innings this afternoon at 2.45.. The, detailed ;.scores were :-Brighton-=Turner b. Little,3 ; Stokes-c. b., Carlton, 9 ; Dunn b. Carlton, .2 Lucas, _ c. b. Munro, 14;; Enery; 1.b.w. b. Wardrop, 0; Clarke, '.b. Little, 25; Ballantyne, _. b._Bean,_ 5;_ Cochrane, c. b. Little, 20; Smith, not out, 2; Roberas, not out, 0; byes; G6 Total for 8 wickets for 127. NoRTH BRIGHTON V , OAULFIELD. To be played'this afternoon on the ground of the' latter, The 'followihg will ?epresent the' North'ilio are re quiested to be at the station ii ot later than 2.30 :-Spedding, .Miller (2) Wise, MoDowal; Float, Moore;, Butcher, Keniner,:Wehsack...
ELSTERNWICK IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 April 1888
ELSTERNWICK IMPROVEMENT OOM MITTEE. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11. Present-Messrs. Reid (president), Sincock , 'senr. (vice-president), Ure .(treasurbr), Kirkham (secretary), Sin cocks, junr., Bachelcr. Jones, Piunnock, Steele,'Coppin, Weyess?'Mastdi s,' and McDermott. " I l"), (,i': ; .: / MINUTEs. The minutes of last ordinary meet ing were read and 'confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From the Post and Telegraph. De par?tieiit, staiting that thefaplplication fcor the erection of aTletter pillari for the convenience of the residents of Garden Vale Estate would receive due consideraition-?-'Received. From the Railway Department stating that the construction of a rail way sidiiga:t Eisterniwick was being proceeded with. Mr. Jones said he noticed that! the workmenr had !stopped "proceedings' 'during the past week.I He thought that the Department should be urged t~b prbceed \with *the work without: delay' as :inhhis opinion :it should be done before the wet weather sets in. - Mr. Coppin reminded the comm...
TEN THINGS A BABY CAN DO. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 April 1888
TEN THINGS'A BABAY CAN DO. It can beat aiy alarm clo?k ever Invented for waking a'family'un In'the mh fquqal.'' ' Give It it' fair ow and i 'aqa smash inore diqhe'd ~hidi the moot ndu'strious servant girt in the country. It can fall down ofteheS and with loes prqv6odaI6d th'an the mbit experk.tumbler ir the bliodr r"ng. It can niakri more genuine fa!s over a lnliple brabe pin than its mother wq~ldover a broken baon.k' It can kedpga family In a ooneotnt trmoil romn morning till night and night till moru Wig without VaryJng itt tuno. It can be rolled a dih to6 sloop peacefully all d'ay'when its fAther I? down town, aud cry poleirtednly at night when hoe is par" tioularly eleep y. It may bt thde' aaighticat, dirtlost, uglieet' ,eost fretful bAby hn all'tiet wo0rld, but you can never make Its mother bolievo it, and you had better not try. It a lilb' a' bhlirming and model i?nf,nt when no ono'ls arounid, but' when vi hiora are predent lq oan oxhibit more bad temper than both fiiaonts tog...
ABSTRACT OF AUCTION SALES. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 April 1888
ABSTRACT OF AUCTION' ALES. - 0iS;Af-..ý~'--. ,.. : ., .T H IS D A Y .. . *. ' : Messsrs. Walstabi and Son, i'ciidj-nction with,Mr, T. P. Symonds..-Alltments in .Cnarpenter and Weols streets.'i: . : . Messrs. E.'J. Dixoniind Sdii.!-4'd'etached W.B;villais inThanietstreet, Malvern. S"'Messrs. Munr6 an'd Baiuie--n'0 mansion: brid villa'sites near'the Balaclava station. Messrs 0.3J.and THa.-52, choice allotments'in the' telock Estate, Bala . essrs. Naylor, Forbes and:Co. -Valuable.' locbk of land at North Road, Brighton.i'
WIT AND HUMOUR. MY MAIDEN AUNT. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 April 1888
. Penwithered obeek -od')onowhp ine,' .Oldparchiment jomithln 'of''?re w.;; Sihe? ?s not-between me nd you -" _Lived mnch 'in clover.', - . Yet seld6lnla dAhe heardfo'aih i ."6 .:An,4 hwhed she emiles,'from either eye I' The radiating wrinkles fly 4: er face all over. ,:.Time, I?odihn by bi scythe, I trow : aE guidd his relentless plough ' Aeroaa the pallor of a brow Once far from homely,. And russet curli that once Ash't6'aei ' Coqaettishly, are crisped with fiost, Bat bave not altogether lost ' Their hue b comely. ' - I've leaid--f kmi whom 'ecant aver-), That fateh'haseebiu uikind to her.;., 'Old leites'lh td in lavender ' eveal lover. , ,. Bt these are dated long asoj A]d yeats have yellowed oir their snow, Since she, with toll-tale cheeks aglow F' ir read-them over. ' It eecapadee'pf day rid nightl', . . "Whenehe 'ri'enin'her mght, . . SI've'found tat tholigh'heroot I lIght: Her hand is e'avy.' ., Ye'ti.'th'o'ghptteB' e loIaves to pour Th.vitale otf or anger o'qr s.s Jg My'he'a...
HOW PAT PROVED IT. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 April 1888
HOW 0 Af ,PRtOV D IT,,. A: tou?iat ii,., Ireland was talking h "np who 'uase breaking stones.0 o the roadside, 'when a carriage.:;drove by. Who's that in . the tarlige 1'? inquired ?he torjQ .'. Ab, shutre, hat'a,th iJage in' jin, tould be git'ia ponxnd a d $or being tht s so I",, " I should spy ,he get4 a?'greaBt de?lt pore," rewar epl, ,the toprist. _h, r'$'p. pelave jt,yer,bonQur I I op??`Ilayg i~e gjt the pQnl ,);.;dsay iMef ; tor many?s the time.1 see himpassin; tb' road here,:an', I never.eeed him drunk wareh," ; . ..
CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 April 1888
CHURCH, SEVIOCE 'TO-9MORROW:i. Presbyterian.-; Brighton, :Rev; Mr. 11 and7. an ,Elst nwick..-Ro. J. Hay, 11 and 7. holiebenhan, 3, Mentone, 11, .,and Mor dialloo 7, Rev. '. M?.Ferguo ' .. ,, -.. Caulfield, .Revr H. B. Macartney, 11 and 7. Armhdale, R'e . F. Webb. Elsternwick, Rev. P. Bailhaohe. " ; Malvern, Rev. C. J: Godby '11 and 7. Oakleigh, Rev. T.'H. 11Rust "Congregational, Brighton,. morning, and evening Rev. J. Bichard..... , Malvern, Rev.. CMoon, 11 and 7.. Oakleigh, Roev. J F. Gannaway, 11 and.7; Wesleyan Methodist-Brighton;, 11 and Elsternwick--11 7?7 Primitive Methodist-South. Yarra, Bev?e M. Clarke, 11, and 7. , . North Brighton-i Supply, :11,, and South Brighton, Suply, 11, and Mr B. Lemon, 7.. East Brighton-Supply, 3,: and 7. Baptist Church--Brighton,Rev. S. Howard, 11, and ,7. .- Christian Chapel-Brighton, 11 and 7. Cheltenham, Mr. Ooodacre, 7. ,,... Union .Cliurch-Oaulfield, Rev. J. Gregson 11 and 7. Onion Chapel- South Brighton,-: Hawkins. Church of England. Mordial...
THE LADIES' COLUMN. FASHIONS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 April 1888
THE TLADIES' dOLDt K. FAB IONS OF THE DAY *, a An authority ban prophesied a ,omplete Itrepudlaiuion of the artistio and. medleval styles'of dress that; have been so long in vogue, and announces that this winter there will be a return to the deliolons orponpled sequecry of onecdreas of tne time of-Louis sX V. IIs le certaiq that the coiffures of the present day are very like those of the end of the eighteenth oen-ary. IThe,halr Is being dresed higher and-.higher,' and ornaments for ,evnlog coiffures. are : being pro dueed In great variety. Ribbon, crystal, and feathers are milngled in some charming aigrettes, for the hair, roe aently ,:shown n me. .The severely plain artistic. gowns so admirably' ,taken off in Gilbert and Sullivan's comic opera' of "Patience," would seem to have "hadtheir day.. The good. old fashion.of having all towns madq so as to' give toe appearance of having one dress opening over another is again in high 'iavon-.-, There is a tendency to elaboration of drapery...
PEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 April 1888
!Pan MfnARMAMLDE.-Welgh, pare, halve, and 0ore an may r'pe.shallow pears as you dslre to use. Put them into a preserving pan, cover them with tvaer. and simmer gently till they are tender. Lift them out of the water and boill the liquid for an hour with the sttln and ooree of the pears. Strain it. Make' serup of it by boiling a pound and a half of sugar for every two pounds of fruit. Let thia syrup boll untilsit will stiffen, when a small quantity ispoured up.n a plate. Stir the pears into the syrup and boil all together for .a few minuteo. Torn the-marihalade linlojre, cover in the usuel way, and storein a oolidry plaie: BAKED PEAns -Rub half a dozen large pears with a soft cloth; put them on a buttered baking tin into a slow oven, and let them baie gentli for' five or six .hours. When l lender, they 'arb done enough,t and will be fpound exoollen.tlif aten with sugar.. STEWED PzAsa.--Pare, core, and halve eight or toen good-sized pears, leaving onthe etalks orhot, addording totanto...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 April 1888
PnopIT $1.200.-" To sum it up, six long years of bed-ridden sickness.costing' $200 per year, total 81,200. All of this exponsq was stopped by throo bottlbs of Dr. Soule's American Hop Bitters, talken by my wife: Sihe has done her own house-work for a year sinco, without the loss of arday, And I want overybody to know it, for their benofit." ,. "N.IE. Farmer."'! ? YANDFsLL's DIARRICScA MIXTUiTn tl@o most efficacolous preparation'for this conm plaint quickly relieves and restores the system to its natural condition.-(Advt.): J. G. YANDELL Consulting Herbalist 821 Chapel street Prahran. Consultation Free.' -(Advt.) i YANDaLL'S EXTIRAOT of DAPrmNE Moiaer con with Yellow Dook'and Sarsaparilla will cure affections of the Blood Rocxema, 'im plos, Ulcers, oto. . J.' G. Yandoll, Consult lug Herbalist,, 89 Chapel street Prahrav, Consultationt Feo.-(Asdvt,): :.': " , D tEBRMk[A;niNC ,r-Nnntpcl, numbor of Apprentices 'nd' Imnmroores .mn; ., dintoly. Ap'l1ly W. 3. V'ANO~I+ '. 0,:00, "O h Drnpora...
MARY HOWITT. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 April 1888
MARY HOWITT. S(Boto THE ' LONDON DAIY NEWS.") Tino annidouncement of 'the death of the venerable .Mary Howitt" willt awaken in the minds of many persons soothing recolleotioie of the looks-always' pledeant to recall, add futall of 'the -charm of'early"tshedclatioh '-- o shich they owre" tlbiF flst"gehuline ldvd' of reading.'' Her' active dareek nd6w broidght to a close at an advanced age, embraced such bard workin journalism, and in the lohg life of her separate writings will be' taund'nuch substantial fruits of her pen as the novel called " Wood Leighton," first published in 1836, her later ndvel' of Welsh. life, and a collection of meniolreof'Britieh'Qtieees, not to speak of her numerountranslations froni the Danish, Swedish and German, by whIch shb was mainly instrumental- -in 'makirk known toreader. jn:thie country the wretre of Hans Christian 'Anderseh, of 'Frederika Bremer, or Carl Gol'dscrmidt, of the Barot snes Knorring, and' otfie?'oveliate' .Bat it i Hboveall as' a writer ...
ELSTERNWICK SEVERANCE COMMITTEE. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 April 1888
ELSTERNWICK~ SEVERANCE ICOM MITTEE. WEDNEsDAY, APrIL. 11. Present :-Messrs. M'Dermott (chair. man), Reid," Ure, Kirkham; Sin 'coke.seanr., Sineddcks jui'; ' Masters, Bachelor, Coppin, Steel, Weuymess, Pinibocdk aiidiJones. :.; TUlE PETITION FO'SEDVElANCG. C Messrs. Kirkham and Uure repor ted that 'thy i'ad -duly lodged the petition with the, Secretary for Public Work~s, accompanied with the !usnal deposit of £20. Mr LeCren pbinted out to:them ,thatj the prayer o. the petition could not, bo granted,. ihas-' much' as it was ,in lopposition to. the' Local Government Act, there " being no' miiuiijinlity ''for the sovdrance portion to be aninexed o, fblit ' MIr Dugain gave it as lhis "opinon 'that it was,quite pompetont for the Govern. ment inder the Act to grant! the .prayer of ,the petition. 2 Mr M'Dermott at some length gave his opinion iii which he, in part} cor roboratd' tiae opinion' of MFr LeOren. so far as obie&. section of the Local. .overhient Act iwas concerned, but sh...
BRIGHTON FREE LIBRARY COMMITTEE. WEDNESDAY APRIL 11. SPECIAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 April 1888
is 8'IBRIGlHTON FREEAiilRAR4 COMMITTEE. WiONEAY An u. 11. SPECIAL MEETING. SPresent: Mesaras W: , Burrows r (presi-' dt prig, Drew, Snall,iLloyd, IBlack Stephend, GCotteroll, Lae Mare, Webb.. Francis, Darvall, and T. Bent Esq., M.L.A., Mayor oi Brighton. An apology, was received'from Mr. H R. Reid; fornon.-attendance in consequence, of a prior engagement. He also protest*, ed against the large hall-as "the best room in the house" being devoted eiclusi vely to. illiardi. MINUTES. 4' Tli ihiites of last special meeting held, on thel 6th December were reads Jaid confirmed.. .. .Quk WEISTER'S OFFER. The hon. secretary read the letter of March13, from Mr. A. Webster (which was referred to at least ordinary, meeting) and also stated, that he had since seen that gentleman and informed him of the reao lutions passed at last meeting and 'the proposed object of this' meeting when Mr Webster said that the voting of a sum of money by the library committe for the purchase of a second billiard ta...
CIRCUMSTANCES ALTER CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 April 1888
OICTMS ACOES' AITER , ASE9. Motger (to 1Her: boy Bobby, who hea been citghtfig hting in the atreetl: ? ? hit you fiat, di he .,W.ell, you,eoBiopn't have t Don't you remmber the' Bible eany?s rI e'emite th onon on cheek,' gtpiiiio do Wiheot f ge' brtothe . . Bobt'y:' xe aB, heid. ,what'i: a fellowl oinl to do wb heget; hbitoathe nose .
SOMEWHAT IMPATIENT. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 April 1888
SOMEWH T IMPATIEN~tT. f , Whien ai . g ;a to gat that pem,puit of clothoa I order'd t$ree woekq, ego T'.'," ed Gilhooly of '",ý:'tcibr, aer. $ohnoider. "Obhooetae Boon, ,a'pq p aye for dot odor emit I m&oal~ee on; wt et; seoa But, my good fellowp, I Can't ait BP ng."., .·~
A PERILOUS, ADVENTURE. (HOME APEE) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 April 1888
On trio moiinmg _of Botarday. the 28th JaggarY.,.1i?%l et Q.,1Znnabepj f jqp)X:. ý `tiehormen were 4qiing wateh at the Chapel -thoir acoataemed look*oqt-- they pbperve4 three meon Btit3lnDpnu the ,$onloBr; tnll I9ian$ onoe of t b.;Farenio,I lpnde),, nnirtw ogljers, eatnding., n tht WVaphml j aqi ero tooh a little to the,;north of theiHpnee ,eland. Though a.,. appra ot; giaees :"-^ h IP lcd,, .Psrd.. eypiplinrº+ of, rtnym water for wile!" arcud ;was .pipJqasly scanned by pratleec, eyes, up veessel, puld be. deserit d. It was zheroepre thougLgh1t fl '.l, ewoneile Chronicle ". a?ey) that:d.qing the gale of the prevlopp nlght,saomqe;un fortunate vessel .BId sunk in the deep.4 gUt which rnu a between the two itlands alrqady named, and tha' the five men were part of herirpw. Mr. Ryle, opxowain, gve orders for the G-aco Darling lifeboat to; propeed ,to .ie resone. -. Scarcely, hOwvrer, had tbe oommand ..beep , given, when ; the N6 tlb Sunderland lifeboat ";wa! Peene 'oinlig round the point...
CAUSES OF BONE DEFORMITIES IN CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 April 1888
OAUSES OF BON~ D.LrORMIT?IEB IN CBILDREN. What ontased that.olub foob, that extra thumb, thoee varied coloured eyep, tboge lumps on the fit'n 'e, thope ntodep, those tumourts? o back' a little, and if you ' nquire carefully enough you wilt find nou. They all have a oanes Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes, speakizg of calling the doctor early in certain dieeasee, says (eunbeentiallr) that the time to call the doctor wag three or four hundred years bo fore. orotbers should not wean theft young in, January or Febrahry; for these t*rc'nionthe "fornith almost exactly two, tbirde' of the mortality of the entise year," and who osn' 1tell what life.long consequencees theamontha entail? If the mother cannot nuree her child, s?e ehould of coursegive it mik, whiot ought to be 'pptonised each time of nuina with Fairso ld a Pop'onieiOg Powders This is ,epeenti,,l. A rickety child will make a manr of inferior stature. When dentitlon Ie late, and the child talks and walks late, euspeac rickets. It may be ...