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BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, APRIL 13. Before Messrs. Bent, Crook, Francis, Webster, and Wilson, J's.P. AN ACT OF INDECENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 14 April 1888

BRIGHTOf POLICE COURT. - o--- FImTAY, ArRIL 13. Before Maesrs. Bent, Crook, Francia, ,Webater, and Milaon, J's.P., AN ACT OF INDECENOY. Thoa Tucker, an aged man, was charged byj'Couatalil68Brennan with having com. mitted an act of indecency in a public place on Monday afternoon.. Fined 10s, in default 3 days.imprisonment. INEBRIATE. Jan. Farnham for being drunk whilst in chargo of a horsesin'd raywsi fln~ed'l£1. COW ASTRAY. Evoringham for allowing his cow tow stray on the public streets was fined 5s, with 2s Od coats. WARRANT OF- EJEOTIEBNT. Mr. S. P. Simmonds applied for a warrant of ejectment against a tenant named Geoffrey. Application granted. CARELE8S DRIIVIN(I. Joe. Palmer for driving over the footj path was fined 7s Od, in default three days' imprisonment. -. MONBTARY. A verdict for the amount with costs waq awarded G. Eldred against J. Edmonds for the snm of £22 15a. APPEALS. Out of a long list of appeals that of   T. L. Cornwall was confirmed,,and those of Meaa...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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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 — 21 April 1888

'nd a' bOMANCWOgO'THE DEFP, o-· lifE?! i?milt ao dream' that wi not a l s dream.' stnir[: -' ' St W. COaxE ROt.esSs fOs;bPa ..XLV.-Tai; BURIAL O THE d, re rutdBABY. b X;,: ýreechee granted as though satisfied, but 1?.ome hoarse wirlpered comments were ?,attered by the otrers, which mnst have ,.,..lage.d all hands into a long discussion, had t'..tone been impolitic enough to overhear o.r lem. Soon again, however, the subtle sub .:se lainfluence created by. the little silent S:body under the tarpaulin was felt by the men. I? Their thoughts went to the infant and they *espoke of him; then Martin Goldsmith re ,,:membered a creepy and chilly story of an aPDrentice who had been no orphan and wer ,put to sea by an uncle whom he had talked of as an harsh and cruel man. This lad died *-through a fall from the masthead. They laid ,.-hnim out, and that same night an able seaman . ,named Moses Bogies, going aft to take the . wheel and paesng by where the body lay, saw 'the apparition of a femal...

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CRICKET. BRIGHTON V. NORTH MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 April 1888

I, :.(l. . IR ICK ET " 1 0"' n ,fly ,, - ....o l , 0-9 -, . .. .. ..... . . ;i ,BU5IGIIfrO.'','! ORTIL iMtBLLOUR»E:I?d i ,i..ThisrmaLclihvd. concluded'bih Satur dayjli8tianda resulted: in a wintfdrlthe vyisitors!;by Atw3o ,wickets andrl 7 runs. The following are the scores: *1", j? .;:Bi 1 nqToiT.H-fiOeiref Iininge.i dT' Turner, b Litl .,? .i..,o 1-,...trid143 Stokes, C Bean ,. barltonui -.- 9 D' n nb'6arlton ' F''. .''' . , 2 ?''Autci?,c B1'an'b'Dlunro :. t. .... L JI Ebtry LV .v "b' 0Ward''' "'" .." 0 noOl ikefco sub.:;b iittle'- .'* i ', r .d: 26 ..,,Ballantyne; bReil lo ri: I: '.;a'r'o5 1.?,O9phranait h ,ei, Ab t erlton r ?d..;Ir f0 RbiAlli,'o i 'i&*- gr 'ia "'er 1-F" Su dni eul . r.. - . .f' .l.."J1" i -'-"2"- 6 ),iii.Total'ifo .1.uoi . ;.;;is9 / ,v, F i..0:io1 5 ;!orH6 itoriib'Sloked... wL'.' .1.."'*A , i,Bsan, O-'il.b.'iv.JbcEfiery; iv I.:;<,: v,'" 0 SiLitt le cLthompnp on, b.Erieryl[ id.,nlijl ,St i c ,bDu n . T, l,... ....g . 1 Cooley It^l1jni , bT' Timer...

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FOOTBALL. DOMAIN V. ARMADALE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 April 1888

FOOTBALL. ''" Plitdctl Arniindalo a1st :;6a~i~~irta'i;'r"~li~f, itheo Ddfi bil.'L for'iV6iitffu `i~ 'YII;" HI orI'3o? 31' J. Callender 3, B Odnipbeil l l 1, an4 J t.Douglas17, 1:3esides thd' t,.,tW r agent fqr t S 1dP ha'Sy'tTM96flj latrli bed y i dýnlis"e '{{~fl fp"1 ro . I 4 tBinl~~lis aferno son ~ wil3ctto"n aa mach rlr Wet?&YllhmnanotWlso, Wya(°l$'thilg Owen %ail, Rog''ers, Ture'ig {'iithlll i 0Nvei £ f g ;.(b,(ll. x,,1'4 r n itf e ."!jt~ rai t 'nir,"nn i:. n, ý tl: e tid ,atqB ihon tlopn t sonsion this aifternoon with an match,,,fiistt t tte~entj jng snst nltf it~velty,;if.ive~T ,anili A~lgrp.u,,Talzntnp,,,Corrn3\ynlll· (oxpx Dunn 1 nry, . HiDball!s t veriifghnlu Wenboune,Cla, CuP sgPrlitiss T ini©,; Ti}ltoh, i n ,gri,,,1urg, Rnbe tGs: Wobb, "Wilmot, Wils'on, Wya~qh;., und,~ atqford -2). Tjfnty:-fiv,:, !win iliýie lii}~Lopir~lytiy . teid,. Owe, mal, ogrs, Turner, ,Vright, Weonbourno, Clarke~, Curtiss, Martini,i Ruddlo;'''Hiddfir1,'`'''flG 'dddo k, Friend, Brqok,. lKlemi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 April 1888

YANDELL'a DIAUtttIIUEA 3IJXTblJr ' lthd I utim~oIaaioios-prepnrft~iow-"forthirconr[ plnlat nutltlrr r rella cA,,lnL. rgstoro$!";tho ,uvr$1 F1U oiI' iI' ,Eoo v Z ,uu,;ýt)L ,lt . i 1 ? t: rcSIpecial Adl rtt1S~ neRlfOj,, / "/ l;eii . ·sii"+ '': ,'I I i I s ýjlj Boo tarn d Soe War'elouse1! *1(i '15 Isi r 11 5 ,f,0)ll1:, 1 Wit' roy; ubai !da10 iS6p,lJ le Jlu hs;) , ~fi~it3 r) itiiTh "z1tý ii't" ry s" (Just A .mdratb\ prloeei'iri 61g o 3 i. I,ý 911 'iinSP n UI t.1r bti9rio[uln j9)ý Tote "large' ipucrcu o" in, his51busiqess jis: " "" ' tii t tbest proof 'At t.ihi e 311 1 l r, '1F to xtr .Altisfaeti'd ii ;'"'!S r' ,1 eg n? sno;Onp;'toieil~will prbtclth1ht ; lO .'FfW;~inI'(i. "Ift ofs;'ti 'i ji: s13A3Kjy S^II' It'T:ý xibi r1 s EETtSO t. Ott',W1s'' o' (Jlýt si ONT~IIAATOIL"i'Rct :j Fbr Fshlii'ýw'Pni Cour, dardon e! f [Ilxathsiieranbahl&.ds&.e !c-o i k op t I ., 1191' rrnt~i I `etoivl CAN Y f,:5 PLUýG~HINt}: 00; ON BALE : IMe-ti ,'Rubb1 h d l '' _ > B crecning ssB riok s, &a...

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LECTURE ON BROKEN HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 April 1888

" ubiia-,7 ' irj, Juo ti 9At11 Ii' " S LETURE OM BROKEN HILL. A vq i 'jy e gl wtue .wnryde. i"verre 1o 0 j 'y a yint? t, fin the sc,9~1 ? of hq r hrauEndepion , qn.by theERe i;LK.itthiiace ^^^R 's K in ^ and , Bingua I etB op.leaztd thnirCtis SA , l ,alpr cciF p iedi .byP a a'Er attenh'"nbe. The lecturer .said that he intendeltgsp d a new church a rojen-hi'll, n-a had al ready received promises for £150, £50 ..and1i20 towards fit '6Sodifienofiths flagalre'vas rp esietid~~'t' 'ou riW'd ordntenoio', oT" b honregtaion to %rf a, -f ls 49 slt'h.-er4, I~ , s Ld.l i pr;.tUqir adenominationwto i enter RaetH;snedJ qn14 1 there .;adidrps .gts g';j~ 'lkr.t.oiefAh ovarrfredi t 'Br' atet ahillirniepedin'er last ied th'eo e nais nrlpopalatioiaF'bUfl.?OOO1 In'F. i at'11i a, r xlele 'etefi4 t riokn and now it was close upon 12,0'6. Brokon-hliU,tersrito?ially,? was situated in Now South WUiles, but so far as cori ferciatlintere ?srnd r i "'deE jttcei ined 1s hqa ta itatond r i eo ,po'rionug'o!I ione...

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CAULFIELD POLICE COURT. MONDAY APRIL 16. Before Messrs Watts, Holland, Mirams and Maxwell J's.P. A FOUR MOUTHED CUSTOMER. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 April 1888

"- -CAUL: L' "POLIQ T, :I::cBpfodie5ýaTosifi ýNee~tt4 :! '1Jh ll1lififiilýh1'ifit s nd3 tninwmu[('ana MaxweUll!J'es P*:1itJil ,) -A~bO.UI1- -KCý)Tu t I?3TONf i.`) .L! 1 W. Taylor was charged by the polite kith maki}}} ý,ir.se qf.<unrl~angnage at the Rosotown'otel on tie 7thint. -au~ hhab·r·; Sriti 'itilshdtofttq Ios 1i.~rwkoiiel dblp dsed!t't31Ijt ~ tlihy' in bi3iivaCýcetl6e) visitedtIia hotellitand Si i~r at a disutusbeaF agdalseoimade :use df mosdt' fihbltiy 'Ad diegnsting langptggeif He was fined fi5 or undergo a month in duiani e viloha'a I. zi. Yr 13.1 .nEstenwfon(}btele "Hj~t~t~ Tho'· btfcni'~lpe"ýVr'1&i proved and prisoner tvlihi;:bltWa~ ddd' 'diiiik nr }qg le" witcuee',wjl:fned;'105: jbtlh 4e iUSP,09FI392ISt 1,P IK}olli ;aaýPWToqT.I * I: -i"Oatdbeywr<ihlitb'eiu'og jn apblio lac ant behaving in much a mnner as tb liead to aixt4hsnspicion tha hat lnte'lfnded tod pilfer ",gcfrqql4he g~n~ira1,phblicfs1 oll'a 5l' rit:' ,!n idtpct cwlnt,.tltrit:c: ow ...

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THE LEADER. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1888. EIGHT HOURS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 April 1888

1Is *i.'d.;f' "-.' . THE LEADER., JUSTICE TO ALL. " I TIU DAY, APRIL 21 1888. S .. E GHT HOURS DAY. SCiARCELY will the" ink have dried on otir pages 'or our susoribers and read eis have glanced attheir contents` ere will have been ushered in the thirty ise'cond ianniversary of 'eight hiours da6y It seems but a' brief "spiice: of time since the agitators of'tlihe'imove ment fi'rst went forward witlih the ?"ry "~Eiglit hours: fr work, ' eiglt"iouts for play, eight hours for sle2ep; eight ioli a day,; biut still thetinim rolls' n, and we 'retro'spectively linie over sbnio'thirty bodd yeiir'. Those w^' ho year byyoarhaie witiiessed'thd growti of 'the eig~it' tihtibiri"iiii'enieiit/ 'Ihd 'have eitheri iakeik'iiart iii thli "'yid cessionns or 'vieded themt"as.' t?by wehnded thb6ii Wayft'? ard `'tlhe r sports rekidezousii'"have ' fdlt: "' tlinemselves aiirei aiway wit' t?? 1' 6dhthiasihisi"'df 'th'e' hotiir and" li 'fily conicluded 't-hit'the eight hiourti diisioni' of :time tiue"iiu~dlyli...

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Fedders for Dairy Cattle Compared. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 April 1888

Y dders for Dairy Cattle Compared. Acoordinw to experiments at the lows -.ionltural College, the relative values of -L-.Fent, foods for the produotion of milk are l follows :-... .. Potatoes per 1001b. ... .10 Tiy , ,,.. . 50 otior h . ... ... '0 Wb::: .. .. r... I Wheat bran , ". ,ea:* ,.* .,r

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BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, APRIL 14. Before Thos. Wilson, Esq., J.P. A STABBING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 April 1888

BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. -i/f. ( SArUBDAY, APRiL 14. ( II 1/r Before Thos. Wilson, Esq., J.P. A STABBING CASE. JohniRtttherford,ý 'a di~ireputable"look ing young fellow, was charged by Con stable Patterson with maliciously wound. ing and inflicting grevious bodily harm on a man named William Hamilton. From the evidence adduced it transpir ed that Rutherford and Hamilton, who were boon companions, along with a num ber of such like elk, had a drinking bout on Frilay evening, at the Devonshire Hotel, when during their revellry a dispute rose. The accased closed on Hamilton, he at the time having an optn kntife in his hand, with which it was stated he in flicted the wounds on Hamiltonas head and shoulders. Hamilton screamed out " Oh I'm stabbed," upon this some of the drinking crow separated the combatants, and deopatched a messenger for the con stable, who, on arriving on the scene of the maleo took Rutherford to the lookup. The wounded man, THatniltonwas convoy ed to Dr Backhouoe, who a...

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A Terrible Petroleum Well. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 April 1888

A Terrible etroleum Well. The Russian paper "Caspian,' gives the followino interesting details of one of the largest naphtha fountains yet known, which has latoly broken out neat Baka, and which threatens to Inundate all Balakhanlt. The naphtha, owingto the pressure of the gases which aooompsay it, rises to a hbight of 280ft, to 420ft., and is carried away by the wind to agreat distance, fallingliko fine rain at the more distant parts of the district, but near the fountain comingdown in torrents that form rivers and streamlots. Further on it falls like sleet, and settles in a layer on all the buildings in the neighbourhood. These naphtha rivers flow for a distance of more than half a mile, and pass through walls, works, reservoirs, inhabited houses, etc. Unfortunately all the reservoirs in the neighbourhood wore full when the fountain broke out, and the oil was thus wasted. Owing to the stillness of the atmosphere at one time the gasnes. which accompany the naphtha spread in a h avy...

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OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18. Before Messrs. Looker, irvine and Jordan, J.'sP. INSULTING BEHAVIOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 April 1888

OAKLEIGH POiLICE COURT. WEDNESIYaIT APRIL 18. ,BofqereMesrsr.iaLooker;; .Irvineti'and INSULTING d'BEHiAVIOUI. to ,be'i iinavvy; " iie employ, of Messrs David Munroand Co. was charged by onistable' (Gray with .linsulting,;,bo haiour on;,theo evening, of ,the l7 th in sb. .'i ,l?: ; .:n ." ,! , . .' ; .' The Constable 'deposed tljt on the date nmen?tionid aooused ciamei' olit "bf the bar of Gihbson'shotel, and went alopg 1Broadwood-strget; t inthe ,direc ion -of the, Forresters' Arnms, when near the o emiises of the banki, he, in jlej preseice; of ' seve'ral ladifes;?ilid children, 2wilfully., exposed himself. Prior to his leaving Gibson's hotel his :belaEviour became so ~ibstr?i8iorou thattho lea ndlord had to tu?tihritn ut. He was one of anolass of navvies who thought they could come into tije toiin= ship and do what thePo lik iH~:h?"i fined 2or" ldays' mhiprisonment.:, ; DEBT OASES. Verdicts with---costs were given Teresea v. Kirkham and ,,Trail v. Rogers, theiamounits bei"ng ?12 a...

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FRAGMENTS OF FUN. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 April 1888

F]RAt*'ENTS OF FUJN. IoE cream: Skating. CUT and dried : Hay. A STRONGHOLD: The bull.dog's. A WIND instrument: The weather vane IN a bad box: The man who tries to whip John L Sullivan. A APER saya the best remedy for hypo chondria is hard work. We think eo too, provided the other man doesn't charge too much for doing it. WHEN a seeamtre's is asked how she is getting on, she should reply, 'Oh, sewsew.' A little hunout, if it is good, like this, will enliven the dreariest lives. ART is art; bat the elderly stage lady who is taken for a juvenile is much more pleased than the young one whose representation of an old woman is equally deceiving. 'IF you use my mixture once,'said apatent medicine man, ' I'm sure you will never use any other.' 'No,' was the reply, I don't suppose I ever would.' NOT had for a profes'ional drunkard: ' Why will you make such a beast of yourself 'To drown my cares.' 'And you succeed?' 'No; unfortunately they know how to swim.' ' WHY is it,' asked a man of a fru...

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BROTHER GARDENER'S WEDDING. (DETROIT FREE PRESS) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 April 1888

BROTHER GARDNER'S WEDDING. (DETROIT FREI PRE )o 'Dar' am eartin things I shonld like you to remember,' said Brother Gardner, as State Rights Smith finally got over his fit of coughing, and the hall became quiet. * In do lust place de man who lies wilt knock a man down for callin' him a 1ar ji t as soon as a man who tells do troof. In do nex p aeoo, if a man saya you lie, an' you doean' lie, how do you prove you dean' by hittin him? ' What men lack in arjmont day will try to make up either in ridsoulo or builduzin.' ' When you ha'r of a puseon with a con fidontial friend you hey found eomethino to be sorry fur. * 'A man may hey your rompeot an' admiralion fur half a century on general prinolples, an' yit lose all in halt a day by refusin' to endorse your bank note. ' Moonas' obery man has his weak side, an' moesa' of us, except do drunkard, ar' hypocrites. We hide our weakness, while he exhibits his. ' A religun which oan't shot up a church fur six Sundays doorin' the heated term mus...

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CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 April 1888

;1CHURCHSERVJGCES dTO-MOROW. Presbyterian.-Brigliiht i;. Rvcv.'M ' 11 and7.' * i '"-'^ iJ1 I" ' -Elsternwiok.-IRov..J,.Hay,.1-and-7 Oheltenham, 3, Mcntounc , 11and Mor d aioc V Rev':i 1vl. IFiergur ",. I .Caulfld',:lcv. -I?'.li.Martney. .lýand 7 FAr1 dalb t ,' 1 V ebb | Elst rnwilck, ev ';llBalltiaclle.* Malvern,,-Ry.Ct.iGodby, Jaud 7. Onklejkh,!I 4^\J4H.g, R ruA . MCongregational, Brlkton, morning, Rev; P. Rickard;? nndlevenutig.lcV ?1EII. Browne Mnlvoer, Rev. C. Mopp,oll and 7. . , akleigh, Eov.'J. FGianaway, 11 pd 71 7.Wel nlailtnont -Ihl: Pa.i n1 n Primitive Methodist-South .*Ya?arniBe v B. Wlbberly 11,and 7. *. '::"'m"Id)i f~() '!' North "'Brighton, ev h."C'.OAit'ony.1 11 and"'.F.EHuddnart7.<a ' ?r '..;li ' T S Ir . South Brightoii;"'MrI' Smith' 1R "Ri. G0'Anthbny7.` r -- M o;. w East Brighton- r. V. 1 Jcnnings"18 C, elptihtmC1irc l - Brgh.on1'ey ' ... lCiiistinn Chapel,-Br ghton, 11 an, 7x., "Chltih m,Mr.' Oo'dapre,'' 7 .-..... .i niCrlaulfeld,.B 3 Greg'oni 11j d 7....

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ANECDOTES OF JOHN WILKES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 April 1888

ANEODOTES O pFORI1flIL;E "The Life and Time, of John Wilkae. .P., Lord Mayor of London,, no Chamberlain,". by Mr. Percy Fitzgerald i.ae just booeen published by Messar. Wa J and Downey. THE DUEL WITH LORD TALBOT. Wilkes's fuall account of his duel with Lord Talbot is given. The rendezvous was Bagshot Heath. Wilkes writes:-" I found Lord Talbot in an agony of passion. He 'aid that I had injured, that I had insulted him, that he was not usneed to be Injured or inesulted; what did I mean? Did IT or did I not write 'The North Briton?' He would know ; he Insisted on a direct answer; here were his platols. I replied chat he would soon uce them, chat desired to know by what right his lordship ateM hlseod me about a paper whieh did not bear name . .. His lordship insisted on finishing the affair immediately. I told him that I should very soon be ready, that I did not mean to quit him, but would absolutely first settle some Important business, After the waiter had brought, pan, ink, and pape...

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SALES OF PROPERTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 April 1888

SALES OF PROPERTIES. , junction with Messrs. Martin and Graham) rep0ti·salberfb property at Balaclava,;.lnown as the Whitelock Estate, at prices as under:-Balaclavh ,roda l3i a ?ds-to 9£11 l'-0tAlebxhndeir road, £1e 10s to £10 10s, and Empress road, £4 2s to £3 19s 6d. Total df shile,1£19;046" ; a2"'i""0^ -'0o mag7 r, Messrs. Walstab and- Pon report 4he sale on last Saturdiay of 10 allotments in Carpenierand Well streets,'Brighton. The prices ranged from £4 to £6 per foot. Total'f sale,' £771!lTs..': ';? Messras'.T,TqiuicsMartin and Oom panyimitoed, report having held a s,'opnd,sale of allotmentscin the BeauL mars Park Estate,' Riokard's- Point Chel]tenham, .onp turPdy, .14th Aprill Ar- i ig e, concoura :bof ', p.eople assemblelaiid. the whole of the lots poiithe plan were very uickly disposed of at the subjoined prices, 'v. :-I .Frontages.,«to rEsphianade.',iseai beach £E7,£'5 15ss 1?3 I s .6d, £3 as r ,ront ae 'i'Beaumnars~r oad ,,ramri line £3 SB, £2 0s, £2 6s,, £2 2s 86d £1 17s ...

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CAULFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, APRIL 19. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 April 1888

g:, .)-OAULFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. fl'& ,, ,IT '0'il-. 'u1~ t'TIIURSDAY, APRL 19. Present :-Crs Holland (president), Ballantyne, Cotton, rifigrmnade, CORRESPONDENCE. -IV'rb thPs'ý;i'c?uned il el 'f 3fdivern, urging the desirability of the teOo councils calling tenders for cutting down the hillibit thes~iDndenong road, near the" Caulfield railway station, simultaneously,-Request to be co!h plied with. From Mr Henry Davies of the iraufield Granmmar;school;rstating t1that ..yorkmenf had been employed excavat Ing the channel runIying,- through his property during his labsence, which lhe protested against.-Received. i From the Elsternwick Improve mA6flt~hCfiittee etatiff ?, "theytle were ilnfore t?hat if the plans 'or'laying down water mains in Garden Vale anid Kooyonner Park estatee sent to tlie Puitc' 3 orks depart~trment, they'will at once proceed with the work.-Received and engineer to draw up a schedule of streets reguiring' rbp?utildfion. From J. Hertz, as an expert, in reply ...

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WIT AND HUMOUR. NOT A BIT FUNNY! [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 April 1888

WIT AND HUMOUR.: NOT A BIT FUNNY I No but true instead I What That' genuine Magia.Sosp washes clothes in twenty 'minutes witbout rubbing. See that every bar h'ae etainped on it " A boart pierced with an: arrow," else you get some-imitation, anrc risk the ruin of your clrhee., Sole Makers. The Victorian Soap and OCndle Co., Geolong.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 April 1888

HIavtng on *cvoal oeo4nloa.n uosd you Uflnwdt holm of Llquronoo, I onogidor t my a tlty 10 givIe o oietizony to Ile wondortul sffchy lo, ooogha muu ,iod. glib tI a Balm of Liquorlien thehous. uoo, Aue tear tbo ocepl 0l a col or oougb. Tr croup I uhhdren I nyavr knew IS fll 5.. Ia.ag.' L . Sono drIghon. DUtRPONWS : ORDLhL 'DALM 01 udQUOaIa , 1.. Ed mad 13. 14 p.. hatte. &A "aluo .-[Afro A perplexnlog dimoulty overcome. DURSTONUL S BANHIIOBIA l the beet sperlent modlcine for chbldren and IL taken mot readily by them. It wilUl cue alllos ftoer and all the allmente to whlob bohlldree .re eubject. For stomach and throad worms tdgh medicne has proved Invaluable. Ask folr DUNW " ITONB'S BANMOBA. Of alli chemiste at 1 and is per bottle.-- [I&e. L. Stevenson & Sons Limited, Contlnuilng the hauneses o? L. BTEVENBOo sand 80NS, Ertabllshed 1828. 14 FlIndors Lane East, Melbourme.. CAPITAL, £8,00,000. Incorporated under the Companies Statute, 18.6 DIDEOTODS: . :, , lb. Hoe...

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