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BEGGARS. ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON, IN "SCRIBNER MAGAZINE." A BEGGAR OF TASTE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 April 1888

BEQGGAR.;.. . ROBBET Louis STI?xv Oiro, Ir " S OaBIB • ,MAoAzmaN.". i A QEGGAR OF TASTE. a In a pleasant, airy, up-hill country, lit was my fortune when I was young to make the o acquaintance of a certain beggar. I call him beggar, though he usually allowed he coat and his shoes (which were open-mouthed indeed) to beg for him. He was the wreck of an athletico man, tall, gaunt, andbronzod; far. gone in consumption, with that -die. quieting smile of the mortally stricken on t his face; but still aotive afoot, still with the brisk military carriage, the ready military ealute. Three ways led through this pliece of country, and as I was inconstant in my choice, I believe he. must often have awaited me in vain. But often enough he caught me; often enough, from some place of ambush by the roadside, he would spring suddenly forth in the regulation attitude, and launching at once into his inconsequen tlal talk, fall into step with me upon my further courose. "A fine morning, sir, thooghperha...

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A STAMPEDE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 April 1888

A STAMPEDE. We were within two days' ride of the Bonits, and had been in camp two or;three days, when one of the hunters rode in just before dark with some game and announced, that a herd of at least 1,500 wild horses was graslog about three miles to the east of us. This was on the opposite side of the Pecos, which just here spread out over a rocky ledge, and was 200 feet wide and about a foot deep. Below our camp was an old grove with many dead trees in it. It was there we got our wood. In all other diraotione the ground was open. We had about twelve tents in camp, aside from the waggons and ambulances. The best feeding ground was on the west of the camp, and all the animals were staked out there. Outside of the bunch of animals was a guard of two soldiers, and two more were between the animals and the waggons. There was no danger apprehended from the Indians, and the guard was set to keep prowling wolves out of camp and to assist any horse which might might get tangled in his lari...

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DEAD MAN'S ROCK. THE FINDING OF THE GREAT RUBY. A ROMANCE BY Q. BOOK II. CHAPTER VIII. (CONTINUED.) TELLS HOW THE CURTAIN FELL UPON 'FRANCESCA : A TRAGEDY.' [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 April 1888

DEAD MAN'S ROCK. THE FINDING OF:THE GREAT RUBY. A. Ro xAo. a D. Q. BOOK.ILI CHAPTER VIII. (CoNTmuEaD.) .TELLS OW,Tflu. CURTAIN BELL UPON ' FRANCESOA : A aTBAoxrT. I do not know who composed the overture. It is haunted by- one exquisite air, repeated, fading into variations, then rising once more only to sink into the tender sorrow of a minor key. I have heard it but twice in my life, but the musio of it is with me to this day. Then, as I heard it, it carried me back to the hour when Tom and- I sat expectant in this eame theatre, no trembling for his play's success, I for the eight of my love. Poor Tom I The sad melody wailed upwards as though it were the voice of the wind playing about his grave, every note breathing pathos or suenpiring in tremuloos anguish. Poor Tom I Yet your love was happier than mine; better to die with Claire's kiss warm upon the lips than to live with but the memory of it. The throbbing musieo had ended, and the play began. As before, the audience were withou...

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THE GOLDEN HOPE. A ROMANCE OF THE DEEP. "I dream a dream that was not all a dream." (THE RIGHT OF TRANSLATION IS RESERVED.) CHAPTER XLVI. (CONTINUED.)—THE NEW DAWN. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 April 1888

Sd: he, r i D W h C. tver o Rnsasenea - s1'Itso o.. . .l TuAN TO . o. lRE ·iED.) Gaipxa LVIZ (CONTcIcnm.)-Tnu NEW Srs? sak ke.'Not bearing her, he noiselessly ip eek'ed in, ani observed her in deep sleep. If 4 et flove is stirred in the food heart of a man tl?s when he leans over bin beloved, watching ";let fate In blulnbee . a Vd teverof ei seetnes 'qtliy belinees.there ie,'whatever of gentleness, . .'e`etpression, of womanly purity of linees '?"ant, it chastened into deeper eloquence of aspet'bythesenerenlty of sleep. Agatha lay ins he bank, with her oheeke reeling ou her :band, herlface towards the cabin door; the it oqlgh'smshine flowed in sparklling guhiugs i'thrbih, bnlleyo and scattle, bat so elen tidr'' owing, to the smallness of the points of 'adrmnsoon, as to mellow rather than illnmi a oute'the atmosphere of the, berth, no that S tI?'"touch a light rested upon the girl as the .lebhnting simplicity oi her beauty would .idow the most tenderly in. The clergyman itypd'a littl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 April 1888

Colleges and Schools. SFINIS CORONAT OPUS." S D S' !90 iOtL IREý (" Ellesmere ,") ST. ANDREW STKEET, Near the Town Hall PRINCIPAL: MRS.,,J. HAINES?I (Late of oio'nh Hil?l?Ra les' dollogeSi For several years teacher under the Board of Education, Assisted by MISS A. E. COX. English Literature ad ? atios, x S. kGRENFE ET4BA.',iL.L.Br. French and German, HERR OTTO MULLER. Drawing and Painting, J. F. JONES, EsQ. Pianoforte, "YouJ .1.B19197),Eia EQP Miss BURKITT, R.A.M., Mus. ORR, and Miss A. E. COX MISSES DICK and MOON. Resident Governess: MISS A, E. COX. TERMS (Payable,in.advance)7- ,, S Day- Pupils: ` r '. English'(ns below), also Languages .. One and half to Four Gnineans per Term Resident Pupils (under 12 years): English (as below), also Languages, Music, and Painting Twelve Guineas per Term SRc..e.?dent Pan pils-i(over 12'yeaxa) S"En ish:(abga??g below,)so 'Languages , Music, and Painting Fifteen Guineas per Ternm ENGLISH in its various branches com prises Reading, Writing, Arithmet...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 April 1888

·tf9^ 33133': . ^ h ;' pecial Avertiscments" "^"38 PALEOT AND .OODMASON, r,,il 1 nii Chapel Street, .10..,,: i,/ O. PRAHRAN, TwO DOORS NORTH OF COFEEE -A.VERN ^^.? lili,_THE_, - "* " ' CHEAPEST n, , FURNITURE WAREHOUSE ----IN----. ni South, YarraPrahran, Windsor and St :.ilda. . ; How to Furnish a 3-roomed Cottage'for S13 13s., for netcash- .. .' , , D .rm Palliasses ... .i ' ... .. £0 11 0 tmlt , . z 1 s 6... . Colonial Sofa, with Squab and Full-sized Flock Mattrass .... 018 6 , B lster " *." ..' . 1 7 Flock B lster' . ""'." ... ' ' 0 Cedar Chiffoniere Safe, Polished 1 6 0" 'o-Flok-Pillos a ". 4 0 Six Cane Chairs ... .. 1 4 0 Wash Stand, with Towel Rail _0 9 6 BloundTbl ...01 6 Drin 0 s 0 T able' Cbver . :." ' '- . Fullsiz'TletSet'- ..''? 0 10 6 Fender and Irons... .... 0 12 '6 OncCane Chair. ...: ,1.. i :.:·0 4 0 Matting tocover room, ... .'." 0 10 6 Toilet Glass 0 1r , 0 Heanrthli Rng ...... ...0 6 6 .'il I .! . i I Cornice Pole and Brackets ... 0 1l 6 Kitlela *, nn .*.*.? . "? ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 April 1888

A N .N OT 'AT E ".,THIS . DAVIDsON, Boot .and Shoe .,Warehouse, Commercial Road, 1){ I ,T ou),'T hi' : )' r l{. ' ." f s ?e ' Supplies a, first.olass ,article., at a:yvery moderate price .., Theo large increiise"in his :businees is : :'r' rthebesti;proofI!that,:heo gives: :'o't ;,,,+; !;isatisfaction., "r.,1;::1 i·;i.r in IBARKLY &, PARLIAMENT!. STBEETS BRIGHTON. .!`r:,::: :): ; .CO1TRACTOR.:,: For Asphalting Lawn Tennis Courts, Garden Paths, .Verandahs, Yards, Workshops, FENCING,; CARTAGE, & .PLOUGHING. i ON TSALE.:-Metals, Rubble,: Screenings, Bricks, &c. ' " I . R. BAVINTON, BO-O TMAKER, POINT: NEPEAN 'ROAD, North Brighton. COMMERCIAL ROAD DRAPERY WAREHOUSE. DUNLOP & EDWARD$, Are now showing a choice selection of NEW WINTEl: MILLINERY MANTLES & DRESS GOODS, Ladies' Tailor-made Jackets, Ladies' Tailor-made Ulsters. Ladies' Paletots. Ladies Trimmed Bonnets & Hats. Feathers, Flowers, Wings, and Fancy Orna ments. Fancy Tweeds and Melton...

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CRUMBS SWEPT UP. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 April 1888

DRU , i3 .W EPT UP, ' Parliainiif'+tas' 'bei~ niftrther pro rogued .to'Tuesday; 27th'May.. The Hon. W. E. Hearn, LL.D., Q.C:, and M.L.O.;dean:'of .the faculty of law of the University of Melbourne, died-at his residence at, the: Melbouirne University at 3 o'clock on. Monday morning" Ai.. saesa , no Mr Nimimostates tat e will not be ableb'to sloeal " ally nyapplations for special grants for" oads "`and bridges that are' not foritaided' t the 'Public Works departinment=!iii, '.writing, ,before the'.first, of:next month., M'' Minist rs aire now enigaged'in framL inig 'theestimates of their, departments for the approachingI financial year, inuorderto submit.themnifor-the con sideration, of,, their ,oplleaguoes in ....The officers who;have, been ientrus ted1 with the drafting of the plans and specifications for the. reclamation works in connecticon with the Elwood Stiamp fiiid that thi' task is oneo of such magjiituide tliat''thlie'y ill be un able 'to ;complete these;' "dbocument, 'for'...

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MOORABBIN SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, APRIL 23. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 April 1888

MOORABBIN i IRE COfINCIL. MONDAYr, PRIL 23. Present :-crs.i. AbbotIBurgess, Com port, Mils Qnn !t ynor and 'Ward. ? elhecabaeso6f the Pre sident who ,iitiif~ ate through Cr Abbot that he could not attend until about 4 o'olock, Cr Abbot was utidniniously, voted to the chair. {r.havi . , zuMINUTES., ; L.Therni~nutes =of last'.ordindry,meet ini .aiid also of speoial ,meetingrq ithe appointment" of. Rate Collectors jwere rdad.and.iconfirmed,:,' and; ..the .i secre tary's ;butward. correspondence iread Aundiapproved of. t01,- I :. ? - v' JCORRESPONDENCE; IN,WARDS,..s i; r:Firin.the- Secretary. of vTrades ,and Customs, requesting to knotw whether or no the council had any objeotion to havedntrusted : to them ;the ,.carry ing,ou of the Fisheries Act.---Defer red or further, tiformation. ,sFrgmG thL Skulnel oas aent for Metsrs Harrison .and ebb, asking namen U stree on o which olnd ocunedr by th e1,,latter ~was situated -Not. entertained . . ... ,,From C. :earle, Cheltenhaim, kin ?g h counc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 April 1888

T HURSD A Y, A Y 3 On the Ground, at Three o'clock. Sa A i HURLINGHAM, BRIGHTON. GRAND SUBDIVISIONAL BLOOK, Containing Some of the Most Elevated and best SIn Brighton, With Large FRONTAGES TO THE NEPEAN ROAD And UNION STREET, Containing :in all about 109 ACRES, , Will b' Sold by Auction, by Order of the Hon. Thos. Bent, M.L.A., on the above date by S3-f fit t ,~, j rVS t And JOHNSON & APPLETON, SAuctioneers in conjunction. -'P.b 0 0 :0 e g: r 0 , Particulars at the offices of either of the auctioneers, WALSTAB & SON, Auclioficers and Estate Agents, i,'!: .. 1 Queencst;' Melboiiirnc,' JOHNSTON .&; i APPdLEITON, S' 50 Qiieontrct,' . Melbourne. * .; .BUR SD AD, I M AYy' Y A, Rooms, 15 Swanston Street,-; 7; At Twelve o'clock. SNORTH BRIGHITON, 1fAiL , -RESIDENEi ana 1 BICK COTTAGE, With 1 Acre'2 Hoods, 'Ncarly opposite risiddece of ";-i W"i" , liThomson, Esq. ; ' Cochrane Street, North Brighton. cJ. 'ti& T. HAM' In conjunction with SS. iP. SIMMONDS Have r...

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THE LEADER. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1888. RAILWAY FACILITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 April 1888

JUSTICE TO ALL. S AUR'ITJDAY,A 4IIL s, .18,S. RAILWAY FACILITIES. Duni G the' past monith or so largely attended 2neeting have&"been held at D]andenong, Mordialloc, Mentone, and Clleltonham. to taike into consideration the desirability' of advocating the con stilaction of a line of railway- from Dandeuong;' coiiiiectinig with the M'r dialloo liine and thence to Sandringham. Doubtless' a line' from -Diindenong to the.sea-board; or rather.to Sandringham, would be an.immense boon, to the resi dents of the first-named place, and it would especially in the summer season be ' well ",patironised,'': biinging its thousands to get a glimpse: of the bay or a dip in its briiny wviters. But com ing neaier home the residents of Mordlialloo, or at least the majority of them seem to be' contented; :even' if the line be not tapped just at their doors tncd willconsider their wants and requirements amply met by the junc tion being at the m'ixost convenient point... Mentone. has spoken out wit...

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CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 April 1888

CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW., Prosbyterian.-BLrighton. RIov. ' Mr. 11 and?. {. . ,. Elsternvick.--Rov.. J..Hay, 11 and7 "7. Chelteiiham, 3, LMeitoie,l 11,, and '3or. dlialloc'7, Re'v.R.. i?. Forges.':?": 11^', ,? ::;" 'Caulfield,' Rr. H. 1. . Macartney, 11a'll'nd; ,.Armadale, 11ev..F. Webb. ,.U ., :( Elsternwick, Rev. P. Bailhache.: Malverin, Rev. C. J. Godby, 11 and 7. Oakleigh, Rev. T. H. Rust. " Congregational, Brighton, morning, --- nd evening Rev. J. Rickard. Malvern, Rev. C. Moon, 11 and 7?" Oakleigh, Rev. J. F. Gannaway, 11 and 7 Wesleyan Methodist-Briglton' 11 nd? Elsternivick-11,, 7 1Primitive aMethodist-South Yarra, Bey. C. Anthony 11, and 7. North Brighton, Ihv. B. VWibberlyl 11 F. Huddart 7. South Brighton, Mr. Dunstan,lli, Rlet, 11. Wibberly, 7. , .. East lBrighton-R-ev.' 1 .'ibberly 3 i11 Ellis ? Baptist Church- Brighteotev 8.S Howard 11, and 7.: '' , , Christian Chapel-Brighton 11 aind 7. Cheltenham, Mr. Goodacre, 7. . Union Church--aulfield, Rev. J. Gregson 11 and?7. U...

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SANDRINGHAM REQUIREMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 April 1888

SANORINGHAM REQUIREMET8,. AL'r MondLy's meeting 'of thee Moor t'ri"ibt nShire Counol;, ia; "- commu atJ n signed by the irqgisite,nium k '?Pfrsate ;payors, of .Sandringhlnm;;was,.presented to the Presideot (theo Ion. i'T;ti'Beit, rM.:Ii.?;), isking him'to'bo kind'eribugh to c4ll a public nmeeting of,the'old'iSi8ats t··i ' holde~bn ai'Ii' eany'y d"3i i the 'r icPld ttvilion, for tie;pupo p of discussing, ,thedie s vintage. j under which they labour. Tbc presidednt complied'Loby.:: auithorising ',the osJhiro sacretary:to annoutice by+ postelsiotliet a public meeting would take place at the pavilion on Thursday, May 3rd, at 7.30 o'clock. That the residents of this rising and iiiihrtit rt . district labour iiunder very many id great' isadvan tages oes s without saying i?t id the vwondermenta is tlhat long, ere thisthey 'have 'noit ade:a movein the: direction :oflseekinigre"dress: One. steepF. towards assistingto' bring abotit a ibetter,::state o6f iffaiars will be by :tre-division 'of t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 April 1888

Drat ersIld4FoLCrSoc K YORK SH R E H0UjSE ---ear ?e RailwaB ation10-2 Elsternwick. ROBT. BYERS nI th"an i ??rr spatrons of .Elsterulick, Cauficid,-..Emood,..Bala clava; St ,Kjlda, Brighton, etc., e. the favours /cnfbred'fu?b6 him d'etc., the. first Six Months he has been- i inforihtm"mith'st hd l?Eddetb?mined on Selling the balance of his "."1'' k Son snit STOCiEDt 11 Of Drappiiy,(' 1 Hda?eiey, ,Millinery,: '?Gents' Shirts, Hats, Ties, Gloves, etc., at Prices which are bbund to ensure a 'Speedy 'Clearance. .-o All Goods marked in Plain"Figures. h 1 iV S tbck over' " il foflioaing season,,can confidentially state, thatthis. Prices Defy Competition. ( , Dressmaking in ; all , its i branches.-Fit and Style Guaranteed. o0- .:FOUR.,.WIEKS'_.i, SALE -,Con'mENOrIN Address- "'' '' _./ .- ROBERTt -BYERS, .-?,"; .r:. A5alene.Mnntls nad, ,Xtsorwzi _. -i 1'' ' E L STE 1N:WIC'K , " AIL¥AY " GROCERY STO RE. COLLINS, Fam ily lrocer. WOOD; ;COAL & GENERAL PRODUCE AILWAYS' ON HAND. Families ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 April 1888

C ' Banks. 4Commercial Bank of .Australit (Limited)-: ý .i :Authorised Capital . .. .£. d3,000 000 :Sunboribed Capital :. .... i 2,i0,00 !Paid Up :.. ... .. ,000,000 Reserve Fund ... .oo,ooo SHEA OrrOcE--30'COLLINS ST.LW.,L IMELBOURNE. i :London Office-Blihopsgate St. Within, . corner of Ladenhall-street,l.C. ! . IBRTGHTON BRANCH.- Corner oIf Bay& Cochrane StrA ets. Interest allowed on FIXED DEPOSITS highest current rates. - D FTS on London olicc, branhesl and agencigs of the cank issued at lowest ! Bills Discounted and Advanice sae .' W. M'Farland. Manager. sipecistl Adverfisenmeits. -i A. JOSLYN, HOUSE - PAINTER - AND T el ei' :iDE.CO A'l.ER, ) £ 17 COMMERCIAL pnAD, 17 Prahran, NaR, THx ~ARKET, ON SALE, LOWEST .PRIOES; TRADE SUPPLIED. IB' aperhangings, Leads, Oile, GColor Varnishesi , Gl1si and Sizes, ALL COLORS. Caustic Soda, Shellac, :Brishware, Spirits, &o., &c. .Glazing for` the.' Tradc. Produce Merchants, -Brighton- Produce Store . and; z° - Wood and C...

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ENGLAND AS IT IS. (Concluded from last week.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 April 1888

(Conobtded fromilast ,week;.) I": +Boetiwonv'ilet woi;cer of tihe metropols .audof the.couriyiyl hliere a .great difference; 4'partioularly. inm religious matterRsy forfthe provincial ,working men leaders certaihly rare ideittified more or less with religious belief. On the other-hand'the --"L'idon m~fni~ fis perhapsith 'best i " all roin'd," thou'gh he is far behind? his 'provii'iai: mato in matters' cf 'organisation, ind, owing .to the great difficulty of igetting at all the working riien in the: metropolis quickly,- any--combined--co-operationi amongst them as, a body has never proved the success it has in proviticihl towns. One: good i feature which is common to alliis the ,improvement in the existing r:ielations :;between em. plo'yers ,aundi/ 'employed. ::' True, we hive 'strikes to -deplore ;''but these iiie not now ' iocoinpaniedd by outrages which made.,thliis,, combinations, so fo;iidable .beforoe tlihe iionus;dook the place of ? Secret Soeieties. The improvements. that hav...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 April 1888

Auctioneer. R .100KER & -SONS, i, .. 81 Collins-st. East, , iu,(Next, to Victoria Coffee' Palace) "-" " -.WITH .,Branch, Oilice at Oaekleigh. ";,Trutmoneyi .to lend in larg or small "'`mi. 'withbot delay at lowest current rates. 'Viiluations promptly made. 'i - Auction sales of property, stock, and ,ifurinture. d. ,Rents, interests, and .dividends :collected. ..... .: Having been; appointed the Eastern -Branch Agency of the. Guardian Fire 'Assiiince Company of ?Londoni, we can e'ffect Insurances at the lowest current rates: . iWe have .some* 1600 properties., on our -.books, among which are the following. •, .. .. . MVtan?--v-2. miles from Oakloigh, 12' acre, part orchard in full bearing, nice easterly slope, all cleared, per inanel t ' creek through corner of :."property. .Price, £360. Terms easy. .NARREE WAwRRAN-Fronting Wellington .,road and another road, 120 acres box timber, good grazing land, 5 miles from station. £5 per acre. FEa? ' TREE GuaLY-Fronting Emerald road, 1...

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OAKLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, APRIL, 26. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 April 1888

STi TIIUIISDAY Ai'RIi, 26. v / Present:-Crs. Thompson (president), Wilkesb, gVillis, Leonard, avidge, Armst on," han.d Miall. U MINUTES. tY °i"iiites ifo'iit "6 "ing Wel read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. .Fromthe "Undi-r Trbasurer forward ing voucher for the sum of L662 7s11d is~''tlfo Goveiinment'ftsubsidy . foiitlif year.-Rcceived; ? "!: From the Shire of Boorondara ask ing the council to Eo-operatewitlh them insurging;Sthe ,Commissioner of hlail ways.to 4arrtngeriforc theconstruiction of the outer cirle' of 'railway between Oakleigli '~id"''Oa~a i be; i 'ell 'efore the close-of. the-year.-i=Granted, the-presi di?titBotiict'if: iet;bssi'y on lielihalftf the council. .'T(1 lT`, l:,it " From Arthur Kellyi calling atten ti(oui tofthe state of: the crossing f ýii WVhllini4ton'road into'his property 'at Hazel Gvroev,;'Dndid6ili 'Oreek.-To be'attended 'to.: : : ,' " ;! .,i': . ;,," From' V'i ý i Stephens 'aikiiig" 'for an extension of tiiite on his contract on .accountj.of the 'diffic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 April 1888

ruman Wants. Perhaps the most universal want is i definite knowledge of "bow to make money 's Lhe mn .ximum of production from a mauli. mum of labour is the soundest, as also the m,at wealth?producing prinoiple to work. Now. the celebrated Professor Liebig states -" The coming generation will consider those men the greatest benefactors of mankind who devote all their efforts to utilise and save the nighteoil of our cities." This is positively being done throughout Geelong, where all night soil is treated with Hunter's wonderful diesn fectant, and a rich, pure, and odourless fertiliser is produced thereby. Every house holder should use it, at least for safety from syphoid, etc., if not for profit, and for the destruction of those abominable ndoure which are otherwise inseparable from closets, drains, and back premises generally. Sold in tins for nursery and eick room, and in beag at one-third the cost for general use. Obhemiets, grocers, etc., keep it.-(ADV.) There is more money in t...

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THE ANNUAL HOLIDAY: HOW TO BENEFIT BY IT. No. 10. CONCLUDED. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 April 1888

THE ANNUAL :.HOLIOAY,: HOW TO BENEFIT BY IT, E- N ; t s SA FAIIILY DoouTOil. (- 'i ONOLUDEiD. A bottle of sal volatile is useful in many ways-for faintness, acidity of the orpetions nmn. cOIdsrd - it sloiflldtherefore'always 01fId l'8l'ace, well secured in a stoppered bottle, in the medicine chest. Care' ought to 'be taken during anrautumn holiday not to expose an 5 pdrtion.Uf the body to d raughts when heated and fatigued. 1f cold is thus caught, an extra or a ninmjanigl should -be 1w-orn,-1the L ialC ý il hot water' arid' ustird, and a sleeping draught should be taken-not a narcotic from the ohem ist, but simply bttId of lemonade with a little good whi?xsy in it. Put an extra blanket on the bed, take an an aperient pill, and next day guard th ?e y l xps1ure ? Soie "oploA e..tro bf~during the autumn holiday, espeoially.;,if 'the weather be very warm, with lwhat .is known as prigkly, eat;- 'the skin of the armis or clhest.be6iome covered with reddish points, tingling and burning. A ...

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