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THE SMALLEST PEOPLE IN THE WORLD. (PALL MALL GAZETTE) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 April 1888

THE :SMALLEST 'PEOPLE IN THE W~ORLD. '(PALL MALL OAZzrr ) Atthe'lat meeting ot the Anthropological Ineritnte, Profeseor Flower. O $., direbto;' ,t 'he Natursl 'History teuseum, gae sa desorip tion of the two skeletons of iAkkas ,'lat, i .obtined .in the Monbuttu contery, Cetllit Africa, by Emin Pacha. They are thoae:'ol fully grnwn.up people, a male and a female. The evidence they afford entirely porrobo ra'es the view previously derived' f ,m external m"aeurrmonts that" the Akit arn among the smallest, if not catualt the emallesn people' upon the earb,' The height of neither of them exreeds 1,219 metrese or 4f* while a livohg: female Akklr, o whom Emi5ri paha has sent careful measure ments, is oo!y 1,164 metres, or barely 3ft.10in. The results previously obtalped from the measuremeont of about hall,,a dozen Ilfving AkIras aie not quite to low as theae,; aryirar fromi, 1.?1b' to 1:420 metrs, and gtve ar. average for both 'beter oi 1 856, of 41 51n,. But the numbers meettired are not...

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

.i& ferplestng dltrn'lln ov ronro! bDUNUTONEO SA3ORA Is the bat aiorlbn2umdkle'fcur'chfblldrz2 "d 'WJ on' noout' 'ieiddij 'fy Ibimn. It wtll cur. im3ý l d I an i d ll tb. al'mi.l to wbhtci 0b11j,.n a. mubJoot: Tor ;stomach and thread worms hbIs -ssier sas proved ttlbaht, Ask or I)Uh ( Y13B/hiI0IlA. 0111 cbs~mlsa. at I.. aid 2. 369 bowt. - [A45v.. qI lowing on movoal oonanolls aod your Oordbe Halmiof Lbuototc. I conslder 1 may duly to givya m toablmonyto Iii wondotrf! omoay fox co udi and ocda. With the Iblb of Ltquortoe an th hobnca oono of as tan the Woot ofa obold'orDough. br croop Ia ohildrun I naeverl kw I1 fal.l ' . 0. Laerpw. Soh m Briglton. DUlIBTOiWU OCORDIAL bALLU 01 IQUORIOE. Is. Gd. and gi. ed. per toAt. At a'emtlt..-fAmv The Wealth' 1f roulattol.a - A country without poplilation is aliply valueless, however rich'and feftile. Wealth, a tberefore. can only haveconceivable existencs. Sin the presence of population. Inllkedminaher in propersi.n to the deneity of.ipop...

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A DISGUSTED AUDIENCE. (SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 April 1888

A, DISAU8ItEo AUDIENCE. S(SAN-FRANCIS0o cHRONIOLE) .. . rLONDON, February 9 -As the"bPaine b( W6P~ts came out ot.tbhq House of Commnne ,scomb fredda.the newboyse were flt14 'I'thbe street, 'with aeboure o : he extra. lliharfi behavdonk of Hie Roalt Highnees at lhb ibeate list'dighb'. Tnere we. a large sadfoence ot frat-tigbteo ats the Opera oC mlque ?Taes Mt. Bernbatd Bc"ee"in(,tbe raevau a unwholesome piece, " Ariene," a di?roastr8i .Uio.-of Mrs ;Campbell Praid'es 'tlW,; iW ýTRdolok."? Th,e Prchce of Wases was in the SalI b.,x with a duke, an earl, ani thr.e or ,i? .loids, Jo the orcheata seulls below wtre Justin M'Oar, hy and h,' daughtor, L.dy .Ohn . Campbellt, E muinnd Yates. anti others T[h/b hewespperr a.ll it as brllihanta irat uigot socally as was ove seeon in London. a?'thbe lay etatrtd with a long converea ton., intanaded to describe the tiserable ho?ee in which the direputable: fathr,.the iranken huseband, and the wretchbed, wle arethe. obiel figurea. Buddenly, am the pio...

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A MARVELLOUS DEVELOPMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 April 1888

A MARVEL?US DEVELOPMIENT The dream'of enilneers and meohanicisrn is' teing realised,, A rotary steam',engine b' bheen shbow tol'be nt on l'possible' but fulfllingg the quitremnents. at whichb I?tel ":"i .g'est deigners of uteam? ebgin'es bavo alwhyl srimed. TThe new engine is ompaot, economlca', expansive in its wIrking, and capable of developing an' almost Infinite amount of power. This sounds a little imagi. native, but it to sober truth. The engine is the patent of Messrs. Sturgees *nd Towleon, of '':the ?,ilo0ah Iron' Works', St. 'Michael- . 'Cos?any, and is the invention of Mr. .EdwardTowleoon. "The diffioalty i' 'to ..:deabribn"the little wonder, bedapee being .aimploiy'itself, 'showing very little outside gear, it wllto s'upposed 'hat 'something is being left' unsaid, no matter ho- full and ,nample that description may be. Imagine, he, two ' small. cylinders with a rek "at lelir "internal point of con t:aot, so 'that nelibher is "' complete -"olrole. 'Within easoh compartment...

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A Ludicrous Duel. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 April 1888

A Ludicrous DuoL The following extraordinary story iq pub. lished in the 'Paris "Figaro":-" Two indi viduals, who went out to fight a duel on Tuesday morning in the Bole do Boulogne. close to the Pot Maillot, were the viorime of eratherr prege Incident. 'lbq ogqýtt wa. ;be' Wth i yeoll, to btie ired by word of colmmahd " theh two dvebrearles to excsshgRe .hota nntil one of them wasehit. Now, wheu bhe word wad' given bhe two wqzapods wrer discharged, but without anyt ipp?roet resuelt and thee''eond?l'wqre re-loling when a qoupl.i .tf park.keepers appeared on the dgqne, each bhldino by the collar a young rag?qanufin, one' of whom 'wle carrying in his band'' pattridge, and the 'other a quail. One of the repientativesa' o0' law and' arde* then addredied the fieryoombatants, and nnopaunced' bis intention of prosecutlng theta' fr killing rvme out of season. Tte duellits, 'it Ie na?ddeen to say, were astounded, and , em'.nded an explanation. This waq ap: corded graciously 'enough, s'and yw...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 April 1888

Estimating the population of the United States at only 50.000,000, enough corn l annually grown to allow each inhabitant at least one bushel per week. This is more than enough of corn alone to supply all the food required, but the larger portion is con somed by live stook, being thereby cone verted into mest. The lobeters are growing so oares in Cali fornian waters that the commiosionere ap. pointed by the Dominion Government recommend that all lobster fieshing be probibited nto the Golf of St. Liwrence for the next throe years, savo for six weeks next season, to enable the poakers to work off their surplus stock of oane, eta.

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Your House. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 April 1888

Your Houso. Be true to yourself at start young man, Be true to yourself and God ; Ere you build oar house, mark well the spot, Test a!l the ground, and build you not On the sand or the shaking sod. Dia, dig the foundation deep, young man, Plant firmly the outer wall ; Let the props be strong and the roof be high, With an open turret toward the sky, Through which heaven's dews may fall. Let thisebe the room of the soul, young man, When shadows shall herald care ; A chamber with never a roof of thatch To hinder the light-or door or latch To shut in the spirit's prayer I Biild slow and sure-'tis for life, young man, A life that outlives the breath ; For who shall gainsay the holy word? ' Their works do follow them,'saith the Lord, 'Therein there is no death.' Bu Id deep, and high, and broad, young man, As the needful case demands' Let your tile deeds be clear and bright 'Till you enter your claim to the Lord of Light, For the house not made with hands. M.A.K.

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A LION STORY. H. RIDER HAGGARD, IN "ATLANTA" [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 April 1888

A LION STORY, E. BIDfL HAGOGAXI, IN " ATLAI)T.'t ' Hark i what was that . From. far away down by the river. terex oamersa mighty rolling sound, then another,. and anbth'r.: It Is the llo 'seeking his meat. I saw Harry shiver and turn a little pale. He was a pilnoky boy enough, but 'the roar' of a lion-for the first time in the soleaw biebti veldt at night is apt to ahbake the nerves of any lad. 'Lions, my boy,' I said, ' they are hunting. down by the river her e; but Idon'St t-il' that you need make yourself uneasy. We have been here three nights now, ;and if they w. re going to pay us a visit I should' think that they would have done so'before ibthis. Howeve-, we will make up the fire.: 'Here, Pharaoh, do you and JimnJlim. get some wood before we go to sleep, e'eb the oats will be purring round you before' morning.' Pharaob, a greatbrawny Swazi, who had been working for me at Pilgrim'i 'lst. laughed, rose, and stretched himself, 'ano then calling to Jim.-Jm to bring the axe and a r...

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

MORItAY'B FLUID MIAGNOI.A ia partloularly benefoidl ad a pltano& sedative and oportont in a 1 Lneoa of Irritation and aoldtty of the stomach, pat tlcularly during pregnancy, febrile complaints, It: mfntlle disorders, or sea alokneas. II epeodlly removu heariburne old orunotaUo.s, or Irregular digestion.., never adls to oompoose the etomach in a few mintole after any extceo. As a lotion for the month It sweetens the breath, and the Magnesia clears the tooth from tartar. tIURRIIAY' FLUID LUANr)Il8I almost Invariably suocoods in removing the spasme hcadachee, and gastrio coughs to which dolloas poreons are albject from aoldity of the stomanh, qa&UTIONl -Please observe the Ignature of h, inventor on every labell Bold by all ohemlaha ROOQKE, TOilPSITP and CO., Itelbourne lole Whole. maL Agents for Vtotorta.- (ADVr.)

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SO. BLOOMINGVILLE, O., May 1, '86. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 April 1888

SO. BLOO3?INGVILLE, 0., May , '86. 1wns-I have been suffering ten years, and I tried your Dr. Soule's American Hop Bit ters, and it did ino m6rb good than all the doctors. MIss 8. . 1BOONE.

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BRADFORD, PA., May 8. 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 April 1888

hRADFORD, PA., May 8. 1885. It has cored me of several diseases, such as nervousness, sickness of the stomach, monthly troubles; &c."Ihavo not seen a sick day in a year since I took Dr. Soule's American Hop Bitters. All my neighbors use them. Mins. FANNIE OBE$N S3,000 Lost. "A tour to Europe that cost me 83,000, did me less good than one Bottlq of Dr. Soule's Amnoerican HopBitters;' they also cured my wife of fifteen years' nervous weakness, sleeplessness and dyspepsin." R. 31., Auburn, N.Y.

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Baby Saved. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 April 1888

We nra so thankftil'that our niisig n by was permanently cured of a dangerous and protracted constipation and itreguilarity Ift the bowels by the use of Dr. Soule's Ameri can Hop Bitters by its mother, which at the same time restored ;her to perfect health and strength.-The Parents, Rochester, N.Y E:B"None genuino without a bnn o Hops on the white label, and Dr. Souol's name blown in the bottle..- -BE?·Y E of all the vile poisonous stuff made to imitate the above. • , * ? ' ! , i ? ? ? ! i ,€ , "

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THE GOLDEN HOPE. A ROMANCE OF THE DEEP. "I dreamt a dream that was not all a dream." CHAPTER XLV.—THE BURIAL OF THE BABY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 April 1888

FilE GOLDEN HOPE.' -.-**-..A iMANMKC O TH DEEP. iX atk dreamtht w ainot ail doream.' .r W. i. 1'iB RuOs i f"ITla XIi :XLV.-Tak BumnAI or THE ; t'" l ho?r later Foaiesouo was sitting a'ona :i nthe erbln, having left Agatha at bar Ow.i sI. However aff a1 a he kniht have «',e 1 bsythbe nsddeo violent' death of the poor 3!7td blamnieless little creartio that had came ' 16"the? out of the silence and myetaiy of "'he d~ep, the feelings now were with Agatha, ?"sC'ite grief was such that be could not t.hiLnk of it and be acutely pensible of the "' adden extinction of the itctant. Of courae, ' he'underatood her Borrow. It we not only :'that'the accounted herselt wholly reepon :41ble ftor'th ir chld's death by her beeadles -iholding of it upon the rail-though that e Goeuderation alone might well make noch a -'-WOann as would long keep nonteaence " ;hbleeding-the bhild had been her sole oom. ".'palin for weeks, her only occupation, 'a light even as of happinees to hinder the 3 ld:'a id rilng a...

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

8L PALMIBT82ON BBEIr T, CAReLTON. . .: ":,And .. ... 0?MhI8ION AGE NT. INDENTS TAKENfor ENGLIdIE andýAMERIOAN :MANUIFa0UR iS.. :,, : WIll havethe pleasure it valtlogyout Distrilt In a few days when any nommanda ybu may favour him with will receive his careful aitlinoloo'. SUCOTIONEBi; EBSTATE "AGENT, and Sworn Values, under Tranafor of Land Statute. i1 GOLLINE STRIE2 WEST. MELBOURNE. . LOUI 0. WILSIESON Is prepared to undertlake lale Of; : Property and'uroatlure Either by. uAue*or Privateo .ontrant. MonthlyI Bet of, propertles for ot le' and to' let forwarded by ? poet ife r: .r , ALOBIU MAIDA, .,TONIC The' aboved.named AUSTRALIAN TONI" r . Manu: uitured Ezolna"vely ti, :' From' the ''' MOST WHOLESALE and BEhATH.PBODUCING' , r.NATIVERM'TEcRIAL8S. BILIOUSNESS, " ro. " / INDIGESTION-, S "' - BRTBURI, Eto. Whlat . It crate: an appetite and Matesla'ly Strengthens the Stomach and Digestive Organs. In regard to Chlldren and Growlog Persons of either Sex the?oo. . . PBEVENTS THE DE?AY OF T...

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Woman's Suffering and Relief. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 April 1888

Woman's Suffering anid Relief. Those languid, tiresome sensations, cans ing you to fell scarcely able to 1ie on yourl feet; that constant drain, that is takingi from your system all its`former elasticity;; driving the bloom-from-your cheekbf;-that: continual strain upon yourvital forces, ren dering you irritable and fretful, can, easily be removed by the use- of:"thatim~rvelldus remedy, Dr. Soule's Amril~nai'IHp <1itters. Irregularities and obstructions of your sys tem are relieved at once while the special causes of periodical pain are permanently removed. None receiveBo somunchibehefit, and none are' so: profo~dndly .giatefuljland show suchan interestin ec'ommen'ding 1Iop Bitters as women. A Postal Card Story. I was affected with kidney1 and uriary Trouble " For twelve years!" After trying all the doctors and patent medicines [ could'hear, of,'l used two bot tles of Dr. Sonle's American Hop Bitters; I am perfectly cured. I keep it " All the time I" respectfully, B. F. B...

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

' Special Avertisements AIJLOT AND WoODMASQN 10 Chapel Street, :10 i?'?!? PRAHRAN, ·· I TWO. DOORS NORTH OF COFFEE TAYERNS - -THE CHEAPEST FURNITURE WAREHOUSE, . -' ' :. - IN - South Yarra, Prahran, Windsor and St.. Kilda?., ! rH I'to Furish a 38-roomed Cott?;ge fr £13 13s., forn'net cash-: ,Dining-r.oom, Coloniujl Sofa, with Squab and Bolsters` . £1 7 6 CedarChiffoniere Safe, Polished': 1 6 ,0 Six Cane Chairs ... ... ...1 0 Bound Table ... ... ... 0 12 6 Table Cover ... ... ... O 5 6 .Fenderand Irons .:.. .. ;: 0 12.! 6 .Matting to cover room' ... ... 10 6 Hearth Rug .. .. 0 6 6 Cornice Pole and Brackets . O0 11 6. Slip Mat ... ... 1 .6 Y s e < B ed ro o m i 1 1 0 Fnll-size Beadstead... ... ... 1 10 :0 Palliasses .. iO... :. i'£0 ill, 0 Full-sized Flock Mattrass ... 0 18 6 Flock Bolster ... ... ... 0 6 0 Fwo Flock Pillows'.... .:-... ',r^.: : 0 '4 0 Wash Stand,-with Towel Rail-..: 0 -9- 6 Dressing Table ... ... ... 0 8 0 One Cane Chair.' .c'.- "0- 4 0 Toilet Glass i .: ....

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RAILWAY TRAVELLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 April 1888

RAILWAY TRAVELLERS." " - -0 -,Another surprise examination'of tickets was undertaken by the trafflo':'?uthorities of the Railway' department'on Wednesday, 'vith" the `object of discovering persons, who were .attempting . to defraud the revenue. , A special'.staff of porters Iwas 0located at the . Richmniond station. ,,Each' train' was entered; as it drew up at, the platform, and passengers drdered to'pro. duce their tickets. The result was that no fewer than 147 'individuals "werie de, teoted in: practlsing "'dishonesty,'" 90; of. whoim were either travelling in first' class carridges on' iisecond class 'tickets, o6 had: overrun their journeys, whilst 57 had no ticketsi at all or :were being coniveyed on expired tickets:,' "It; may beireoiembered. that the receint North Melbourne examina-; tion disclosed the fact that a justice of thio pqace was an offender, but the, Richmond staff; discovered.:two erring ' clergymen.; One of. these had, a ticket from Middle Brighton to Prahran, but...

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FRAGMENTS OF FUN. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 April 1888

S FRAGMENTS OF "FU1N. " No esir," said a pompous littly mprl?hant, '.1 cin t be trifled with. I know the world: I've been through it." "Yes, I suppose co," said the travelling ,an to whom these remarks were addressed, " I'm a self-madd man; .entirely self.made: ' What do you think'of that, sirl "' " It etrikes me that you might have done a good deal better to let out the contract:" .... ...... "An old gentre?hB6, s"peaking to a ypung lady, ;pd co pperit ng on herfreshnesq.and gaod looke, rom . Ah my .blir, may. you 16nretin them ,. Your i a happy period o life. You gnow nothng yet o! the Jealousies, the hearitb.hninge, the conton tions, the rivalries that bespt theopathway of eximtence." "'Don't I though '". el`ienitier rapted. "I want you to understand that I belong to'a church choir." SThe eminent ,mathematician Kirkman has mpade anp,exquiite translation of the well. knowp deinitiop," Evolution is a change from an.indefiqnte, inuoherent homogeneity to p definite coherent heterogen...

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CITY COURT. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11. Before Mr Call, P.M., and a full Bench. FORGERY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 April 1888

'Before M Cidl'PM, aiadnd'flill Bench. /' i?.ti ? 0 ':;FORdERh n.+ i;l ; * fi George Cattlin, watchmaker; of Valetta street .Malvern;i; andln Georgoe i0Cooper auctioneer.,and, estate agent and hotel broker, of Collins street, were chlarged with forgng' and utterrn a cheque ,for £97 on thie bank ef eP 1outh i Wale.' Mr Stewart (of ;Messr' Mallesii, -Eng land' and Stewart,) appeeared odo' ehalf, of Sthe bank to.prosecute; Mr' 'CreswBll, ap, peared for Cooper, and Mr FieldiBarrett for Catlin. ,, .: .it l t ' ..., Mr Stewart said that it appeared th?at' Cattlin had no guilty 'knowledge in' con nection with the cheque. ' He was ionly made use: of by" Cooper: to" 'passe the cheque. ? The police, were Jof'this opinion afterinvestigating the matter thoroughly, ,and he; concurred. with,,them, and there fore asked for the, discharge, of pattlin, whom he intenided to call as a,witiesse. Mr Barrett supported the aiiplicationil and Mr Call after hearing a statemnen bf the facts from Mr Stewart, ...

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

* .. Nervito. ··;· SRolieves Toothaco instantly, and proven ts its recurrence by forming a Bubstantia It is far superior to any other preparation - for'Tdothache.`'i nmI SolorMakers: . o:!) s'; <.,,J. H..NIBMAANN & CO. , I CI - EMISTS. AND DENTISTS. '·"r dhurhii Street,' Middle urijghton. ,N.a;-Artifloial ,Teeth' and :all others.! Dcnal , werkporformed at all hour . ,, G)A~ FUiw ' Wo cEN.--None receive so much benefit, and none are so profoundly grpteful and show snch an interest in, re, Snomninnding' Dr. 'Soul's Amorican 'Hop Bitters as women. It is the only, romecly peculiarly adapted to the many ills the. sex I b~ilm'ost universally subject to. OChills and fever, indigestion or deranged liver, eon statit or periodical sick headaches;: weak. ness,of the. back or kidneys, pain in' the hsotilders and different parts of the body, 'a feoling of lassitude and des pondency, are, all readily 'removed by these bitters. ' Courant."!' . NE]RVO.U S .. " ,fis, yonig and old...

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