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Ladies' Column. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 3 December 1887

i'Queen8'larieIlenriette, of Belgium, is. one of tlhe clev'erest. conjurers ini-Europe; W:hei in'"1882 'the' famous magician, Pro fessor Iernrmannn;arrived at Brusselson: his way to the sea baths at Ostend, one ;of the :queen's chamberlains called at his hotel aid inquired if he was the same Professor Herr mann who had'formerly givansleighl-of-hand performances at the palace,, of the queen's father, the Archduke Palatine of Austria. On ascertaining this to be a fact, he informed him that her majesty would be glad to re ceive him in private audience the next day. The jqueen received him most- kindly, and afterdtalking of old times;,expressed a wish to lern sleight-of-hand.-' Professor Herr-.. mann'gladly consented to teach her his tricks, arid' during the following foir weeks :he -'spent daily.,several hours:;in initiating..her. as an adept of the black art. Of course thes'e lessons took place with locked doors, the Professor having made a point of insisting that nobody else should b...

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

THIS DAY. ,'~ This Sale will Commence Pune tually at Three o'clock. NORTa. BRIGHTON. ARTmUR SEAT RoAD, AND FEROUSO . STREET. SATURDAY, 3RD DEC., 1887. On the Ground, punctually at 3 o'clock. - TALSTAB AD SON (in conjunction Y with S. P. Si.nrosDs) will sell by public auction, on the premuises the follow itg properties, viz. 1.'--FERtousON-STREET - Two semi detached We,?th,.rhoard Cottages, each c.,,ntaining 4 roams, erected on an alhltment o,f laud havi,,g a frolntag. of 59ft 6in,. by a d-pth of 130f". with a right-.f" way at r.ar 2.-F.FoG?os?'-STREET.-Foir de :ached \esatti. r,)loard Cutt w. a, each coal tai" i' ing 4 ,oows, with b.thrnolu, *ici. a .. ",ack v.n.ludah. nud shed. E.uh c,,tr.ge l an a aal o-i'l-lnt of i-tad hiaving a fr .nrag.... f 24f t. Diu. hiv a depth of 132-t , wi h right of waiy at r'ar These Co tages wall b • offered a-lparr.iely. 3.-ARTIIUV SEAT Moan. -Two Weather hoard Cottages. each couraining 4. r,...nas, with htlhio.n , plialtry, ,. closed verandah, and rh...

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

Almost 'Extinct. SAre there any old folks these days Poets may talk of "age creeping on apace;" they may sing, ever so.sweetly, of the conviviali ties f life's winter; but in these times noth ing crcpasjnob- evcn- old.nge, and" tih: snow wreaths do not: encircle'. thel hbetcd brow. Few grow old; 'and equally sad;,few grow young. Every thought is swallowed up in business or pleasure, the young lan has an "old head " and the old manayoung one, or none.. at all. Launched forth into the world's strife, he must never grow old, never letthe snowdrifts settle. This is no day for old-men !so 'tis said. And the wonien.? There are no old ones nowadays. Society, like business, does not tolerate the old. Art must hide the snowy hair and fill the furrows on the checks; white hairs and wrinkles may be 'poetical, but not attractive in the women of the world ! SWith childhood and old age lost, what is man ? Jn.mped from babyhood to manhood and womanhood, there is no morning, no twilight, only the t...

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Nature. The Ways of Bats. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 3 December 1887

T'li habits of baits;,vhile diellclt to study, are most interesting. ?Generally one or'two aroe iroducediat a birthl5thi young clinging to either male orfeindhlc, and one at least being carried about: in the air. There is good authority forblileii?ringthat the female not only cares for its"ydoung, but is enabled to provide it with milk from its pectoral milk glands. The. little rats cling to the parents in various ways. The male of Oheiromeles torquatus has a nursing pouch in vhilch it holds- themi, so relieving the s:ootlier, and sometimes, while, the smother holds the,\young,: the 'male"'placcs :himself before hLer so that they areperfectly screened end protected. The largest of the bats are the so calletflying foxes, speciiciis of-which are often landed at San Francisco and shipped East. The face and head much resemble those of the fox, the eyes' being large and lustrous. They are especially common: ia-?the; Indian; peninsula, and occasion so much damage in some of 'thl islands-w...

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

TT .ireatment? of" Bright's Disease. Souihanla, of ?Naples, iy.niini article in !thei IWit'nernt *diniaischey- Blatter, _ advises st ropgly against nlloIwd\ 'a' patient :yhai's suffering:from nephriti :to'come in contact' withi! "?ld in, any avoidlablo way. Such patetsarei excesslvely;seiinitive to cold, and cold baths are foloiweid by:great shock and depression. Violent massage and exercise .of :the..muscles. the ,autlor also strongly deprecates as followed by great shoio k i aid weakness _. . qh Ile wohl'??i viss'the patie itt.ld in a diry and eq bshjeclimate; to:s?ralily avoid all qxposurirergping about ius'iiere winter weatlihs; toiiraotice tild gymnastics in a; ;co fo.tabllro?in ratliherhan venttire into.a; temperaturo boeloiw 818 :or 20.: digsQ;02 :?hlie author emphasises the remarkable sensibility. of the skin of the, sufferer with Bright's disease to all variations of temperattire. Sodium iodide.aund chloride is advised' in doses as large as tolearted. When, after two or thr...

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

Special Advertisements. • Tothe Residents of Brli.hton, &c I have much pleai:sui in 'iin .nforming the'. iddle :righ aiay Station, CONSULTING ROOM And in order that y ou may have attention at what eveir time you call, I ;have .entered into partnership with M . T PARK INSON; SURGEON DENTIST, we aie now prepared to undertake Every Descriptioni of DENTAL WORK; Our-e Charges will be found Most Moderate, and as we. have a Reputa ,tion'to sustain;, you maty rely. upon the work being Done Well.. The Laboratory and Factory williI be carried on as heretofore at NEW STREET, where orders for the other shop may be left if desired. Thai nk inPg you for the very Liberal Patron age accorded me in the past, arid. promising that in the New Eetab lishi ent: you will flind everything '".tip-top except the Prices. I am yours, etc., J. iL. NIEMANN.. "" I H ave Suffered ! " With every disease imaginalle for the ast three years. Our ,Druggist, T. J. Anderson, recommending SDr. Sonle's American I.o...

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BRIGHTON TOWN COUNCIL. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 3 December 1887

BRIGHTON :TOWN ;COUNCIL. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28. Present Crs :Bent (mayor),, Egan, Huntly,'Hamilton,: O'Shea, Walstab 'and. Francis. - CORRESPONDENCE. From J., Beswick, Elizabeth-street, Melbourne, enclosing an account for the sum of £113 16s. 9d. due in connection ,with the erection of the Town' Hall. After some discussion' it was referred to Public Works Committee. From Messra. Wilder and Griffiths, calling attention to the state of the foot path in the Point Nepean Road z'ear .their premises.-R-eceived, and to be included in new loan scheme. From Port Melbourne Council, stating that.at a conference on the subject of the liquidation of overdrafts, it was decided to request the Government to extend the time for the said 'liquidation by two years, after -the' date mentioned' in' the bill dealing with the subject.-Received, From R. H: Budd, Rooding-street., complaining that he had been.called upon: to pay. for works done on'the west side of ,that street,' which he considered were altoge...

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

Valueof Ebgs as`Food.As a general; thing, filnien' falnilies do notmiike. use-of as many eggs as non-producersiof the cities and villages;,ivho are obliged'to purchase thi?i and this ~is often been. i surprise, to, us. "'anly a farmtiers' family ill confine! themrselves tobtmeat diet; perhaps a diet~i salt pork, and every wee; take to the market in,-basketof frssh.eggs.Jrtirqrgeare too much given to meat eating, and the way` thlisr meats are usually cooked, renders -them unfit .for the human stomach. Their pork generally' swims in poisonous grease, and their beef is so over:cooked as to be almost indigestible. A diet of well-cooked meat could be improved by the more frequent use of eggs. The appetite craves a certain amount of animal food, and the system demands it,:andmilk and eggsare-th, best -two forms in swhich animal food'" exists. Tfhey are whlole foods. The egg contains all t-the substancesinecessary for the formation of organised bodies, and it therdfore' follows' j,tIhat it...

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

A U.T DIw TMan To ALL * & Ml f Ts Al flALL ON4E lNIJTE OVERLOOKING -----------------~---------------- sFROM- RAIL- T JANUARY 2 {} I UA ;:L . Combine Business with pleasre and ttend the Great Lan Sale. .unsu %C4 ALL ROADS FORMED AND METALLED. Will be SOLD by AUCTION, on the above date, by GRIGG & KIVIM BE'LEY .'..o UNITN J. JEN INS jun., & C o., ON THE GROUND: ''AT THREE OCLOCK. .. . .RAILW AY STREET. 165 154 9 150 70 709 51 57.4 75 - 77 . .15911 , ý . ..147 6' "' ' 165- 162.6 14411 S' . 1 1 foot Resrve. 1 ft. Rese S5 3 71 206. 454 165 60 ...36 911 :,:-""i:?I 2 061.: ,. . ,. .0 Q. e__ _ 46.p h 44 6 0 0 0 1 6 : T h. V e d r h v md e r h u '] rý, :, + ' ; - - _ý ;' ', I ý. _l o " . I ·.-_ _ O ? :: 1;5 ý': ý-1 .,.,:'ý- ý_ ý , ., .. .. : : 3810 . T a'il:wa';y -Coinissionelr Srangeents with their archi;: ,aýth ppoe I. . .. "tect, Philip E. Treeby, of 86 SaIr . -.." Marine Residence to each purchaser (free of this rapidly sing and popular S= m - "....FORGET. w i p. ...

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OAKLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 3 December 1887

OAKLEIGHII SHIRE COUNCIL. THUREDAY, DECEMBER i. Present-ors. Wilkes (president) Arm strong, Lavidge, Leonard, Marshall, Willis, Wilson, Taylor, and Thompson. PRESIDENT'S RESIGNATION. or. Wilkes ,said he desired to tender his resignation as president of the shire, He desired' to thank the councillors for the very valuable assistance they had rendered him. On the motion of or. Lavidge the resigna tion was accepted. or. Wilson said it gave him great pleasure to move that or.- Thompson :be elected pre sident for the remainder of the term. This was seconded by or. Marshall. or. Leonard said that there was:.no councillor at- the table he had'a greater respect for than or. d'hompson,and-he should have been pleased to support him being .placed in the presidential chair, but for the fact thaithe believed that or> Thompson had rendered himself liable to a penalty of £50 for enter ing into. a contract with the council. He deprecated the way in which the ex-presi dent had acted in keeping hi...

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

Regulating Children's Teeth W\ill ensure beauty in after life. Scaling the Teeth. Improves the appearance and prevents decay. Stopping Hollow Teeth, preserves them for an indefinite period. Extraction is necessary when the teeth are too much decayed for stopping. Artificial Teeth then make an efficient substitute for the natural ones. All the above Dental works, repairs to plates, ?c., &c., is now done by J. H. NIEMAINN and Co., Dentist and Chemists, ,at their new consulting room. Church-street near Middle Brighton station. [Advt.] .Tai Brighton' Volunteer Fire Brigade had a 'rather "rbusy .time last -Thnisdsy morning, they being - called out 'twice' within two hours. The.first:alara, .was given at half-past 1 a.m., and proved to bhe .ome timber beluoginm to a new h,,use in Emily-street, which had been set on fire throgh some lime getting wet. It was quickly got under with but little damage The second call was at twe,,ty minutes past 3 a.m., the site t-,is time being the bac...

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

GENERAL ITERIS. TuE Mayor of Sydney has. been granted ..an: allowance . of £1000.. a year. -B .RNuir's great nienagarie has been destroyed by fiie in 'Connectidut lately. SYKES. the farmer Vwho was mys teriously iobbled some months ago ;of £900 as he waVs lea\vig a Melbourne" bank, has died at sea whilst or a trip to England. Ir the Presbiyteiian General As sembly, a motion has been brought' forward denouncing the cup carnival, and requiesting the Governor and Lady Loch to discountenance such events.' The motion was rejected. PROBATE to the extent of £400 was granted on Thursday, to the will of Jessie Julia Sherard Fetherstonebad dage Griffin;. deceased. From such a name something more' might have been. expected. TWENTY-TWo dissolutions of marri age c'ontracts - have bp'i granted during :the year at :the Melbourne `sittings..', Of the wifes one -was 15, -'wo were:16, "tw?v17;'one18, fouir -19 and :three 20 years of'age: A wiuow whose first husbani d was Robb, the secoid Robbins, ,an...

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THE NEW CONGREGATIONL CHURCH AT OAKLEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 3 December 1887

THE NEW CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH AT OAKLEIGH.     Last Saturday afternoon the cere-   mony of laying the foundation stone of the above building, was performed in the presence of a large concourse of spectator's.. The, usual preliminary services hiivi?g ' been gone .through, the secretary of the-church, Mr E. R. W. Benson, 'placed 'the usnal docu ments, newspapers, and coins of the 'i?idn in' the cavity of the stone. He stated that the Congregational Church Oakleigh,' had been duly constituted by the Rev. J. J. Halley on the 4th of May,: 1884, although the church really originated at the residence of a Mr Siboin on the 1st December, 1856, and for several years -was known as a ' Presbyterian meeting-house.' In 'the year 1860 it .was designated t the Union Chapel," and some time afterwards as " the Congregational Chuirch." The building about to be erected would be in the .Gothic style of. architecture, with a -frontage to the main street, in the most...

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

Death. STAYNER,—On December 2, at Beau- mont Villa, South Brighton, Sylvin Agnes, daughter of Geo. and Flora Stayner. Aged 7 months.

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EGGS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 10 December 1887

I-musuit ri PI[,Yr.-Ingredienlts (i eggs, I tnblespoonfitl of butter or niuc driipping. PIppernt' and snit tu tnste. MeLthIod : M[elt tihe butteron nstone, chna or tin phlte, or shnallIow blingdish. l racnk this epg varefiuy in in t his: udust. lightlys with pup cin lu I nps l aidt itn in almorat.u ivnlt notýIme the whitituuare weill "s sut..' iNorVO in t'hu dishb In whicih thu were baked,

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CAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 10 December 1887

CAKES. A A.LIN C.AKu.-IngredicoIt: : lb. of good beeft' dripping (canriled), 1 lb. of flour, } lb. of sugar, , o.. caraway seeds, 1 pint of milk, and tnblespoonful of carbonate of soda. Method : flub thile dripping into theo flour, add the sugar and caraway soeeds, and mix nall togeotheor with thile milk, h which thosdan has boon dissolved. flake at once for li hours.

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BOILED TONGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 10 December 1887

BOILED TONOUE. BLSteep in eold water all night, to get the salt out, for which purpose squeeze gently, and rinse with a flow of water in the morning. B -il two or three hours according to the Skim oocasionally. Garnish with par. sley. - STEWED TONGUE. Prepare the tongue as previously desoribed, but stew, adding two to tour ounces of lard to the water. Large tongues should always be stewed, and a whole day is not a bit too long. BOILED HAM* Prooeed as for stutled ham in all reepeote but the stutllug If for eating hot, the skin must be taken off while hIat, and the brown. Iug don immediately afterwards, ready to serve with veal or poultry. If intended for i...iv zolueively cold, letting It get oold in -r is the. chief guarantee of excel. trooe. &A aiw stoV mb iS l Lis arriv from * 3±aagland, called tA,. 'fe hiire. It is iutUitlndod torun Iio stem:ICIer i* the 2{ow Zealand trd! .

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 10 December 1887

Standard of Political Morals.-A democratic ago, in which power is chiefly won byappeals to the great masses of the population, is likely to be an age of high moral profession, and it will be free from manny of the prevalent evils of an aristocratic government. The avowed cynicism, the dis regard in foreign politics for the right of nations, the open subordination of political interests to personal and family pretensions, the many forms of petty corruption which so often meet us in the Eighteenth Century have wholly disappeared or , greatly diminished ; but another and a not less dangerous family of vices has much tendency to increase. Cant and hypocrisy, the com bination of mean action and supersaintly profession,,the habitual use of language that does not represent the real-sentiments and motives of the speaker, the habit of disguis. ing party and personal motives under lofty and high-sounding professions;. the sacrifice of the moosa.endiring interests of the nation for the purpose...

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Miscellaneous. A Message of the Better Life. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 10 December 1887

is~icetla iit~oure .dtiC.x~l~uolfe gotof thelBtteEff. O, Roses, blooming royally, you bring me, in your splendor, - A messngo lef- ,Smgii , m;time-anJidyl. "oi'ftlic dew Alglimpse of 'll things beautiful-a hint of -""- all things-tender; A dream of all things wonderful, all fair and sweet and true. Andas,yojur petils velvety are, one by one, Sunfolding, So is a marvel wrought before our wonder widened eyes; For silently you demonstrate the beauty eartheis holding, go ies ' ' Forcastiing thus the glories in the realms of Paraidise.-, a . ABineegR, tooiD folddclown I the I Tiliy'e: dlitlice-- *:· A messn^e to the earnest-heart of peace, and joy, and love; A charge to rise above the world, its envy, war, and malice; ;T _ As the Lily grows away from earth toward the skines above:; Within the shadowed river dell, acneross the misty meadows, S1We catch the-gleam of Mlilkweed bloom, the burning Card'nal blaze; So, Nature lights her torches bright, within the sqmber shadows; So shines undin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 10 December 1887

Auction. SATU"DAY 10r ' DECEMBER. WALSTAB and SON have the plen suire to announce that they will submit to public aucti' n, on the above day, on the gro6uid, at 3 o'clock. That splendid piece of land opposite the Church Reserve, Middle Brighton. Subdivided Into Business and Residence Allotments Fronting Glhurchr. St. Andrew. Black Streets. The allotments in Church-street face the St. Andrew's Ohurch Reserve, and this is the only building land available between St. Andrew-street and the Middle Brighton station, which is within Three Minutes' walk. The eyes of the world are turned upon the acquisition of property in these: nature favored colonies, freed as they are, in addi tion, from the quarrels and absurdities of their Northern forefathers. City property is daily being bought up by the agents of foreign capitalists, who for their own interests cannot but help to keep Melbourne in the front rank of Colonial Citics and wise colonials will do well, therefore, torseize every opportunit...

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