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The Leader. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, DEC. 24, 1887. CHRISTMAS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 24 December 1887

JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, DEC. 24, 1887. CII RISTMIAS. IN a few hours Christmas will have come and gone, but Christ still re mains as the grandest figure and mightiest power on the world's plat form. Swiftly the centuries have rolled away since in the " starry silence" the song of songs broke the stillness of the night with its pro phetic and hopeful notes of " Glory to God in the Highest, and on earth peace and good will toward men." He cane as the source --herald of peace, to "hind up the broken hearted and give liberty to the cap tive." At Jlis bidding the blue waves of Gallilee, lashed into foam by one of those sudden storms-which to this day sweep across it, became calm, and at His wondrous voice, the infinitely worst storms that seethe and rage in the human soul, have been turned into a "peace that passeth all un derstanding," .He.. is the Prince-of peace and by a singular and apt coin cidence the warlike forces of the world were holding truce when he came. In allusion to this...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader And District Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 24 December 1887

Colleges ana1(d S lch s?S. . "FINIs CORONA'T 'Ous." OP S BRIGHTON, LADIES' COLLEGE (" Ellesmere,") ST. ANDREW STREET, Near the Town Hall 'PriscltAL: " r: RS', Jd HAIN..ES, : o(Late ofClifton_lill Ladies' College), For several-years teiacher unider the Board of Education, Assisted by MISS'?A. E. COX. English Literature and Mathematics, S. 'RENFELL, B.A., L.LIB. French and Gernian, "HERR OTTp MI?JLER. Drawing and Painting,. J. F. JONES, ESQ. Pianoforte, T. J. HAMMOND, ESQ., Miss BURKITT, R.A;M., MRS. ORR,E and Mis A. E. COXi Calisthenics MIssES DICK amd MOON. ResidenLt Governess; M{ISS A, E. COX.. TERMS (Payable in advance) Day Puplils': English'(as below), also Languages .. 'Oneand half to Four Guineas per Term Resident Pulils (uinder 12 years): English (as below), also Languages, Mausic, and Painting Twelve Guineas per Term Resident Pupils (over 12 years): English (as below), also Langunges, Music, and Painting Fificen Guineas per Term ENGLISH in its various branches com' prises Rea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 24 December 1887

Auction.' pRELIMINA Y NOT ICE. - AUCTION SALE. Of nearly 20. ACRES int the Uelebra'ed 31 UIcNESS'S ESTATE, SouTIu BRIGHTON. The tri,,st BLOU.K of LAND in this neighborh ood.-. : Ftither" p:rti tIara in future.a Ri-ertise nents \VWALSTAB .; ON. 12 Qtuee ,,Street, Auctioneers. Special Advertisements. CRI K ET SEASON, 1887-885 F. BLACKHAM, NEWS 'AGENT, STATIONER, ETC., BAY STREET, BRIGHTON, Begs to inform his numerous Cricket ing friends that he has just received an addition to his supply of Match and Club Bats, which are all marked in plain figures at Melbourne prices by Mr D. Scott (of Boyle and Scott). The above have been specially selected by Messrs J. Blaokham and George Palmer (late Australian Eleven) from Boyle.. and Scott's immense stock. Dukes Match Balls, Patent Composition Practice Balls, Wickets, Wicketkeeping Gloves, Leg Guards. Scoring Books, is Gd to 3s Gd each. Lawn Tennis Balls. AI1S. BLACKlIAMI'S REGISTRY OFFICE FOR SERVANTS. Office Hours. 10 till 4. A GOSPEL TEMPERAN...

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EXTRAORDINARY CASE. Rescue of an Alleged White Slave. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 24 December 1887

EXTRAOURDINARlY CASE. -4--- Rescue of an Alleged White Slave. The most intense excitement. pre vailed through the district to-day when it was alleged that a system of slavery had existed in the neighbor hood bf .Walmer, about -midway between this town and. Maldon, for the last twenty years. The facts of the case are so sensational a nature that a three-volume romance. might be writteh on them. For obvious reasons the names of some of= the principals are suppressed for the present. The alleged facts are as follows :-During the construction of the main railwayj inefrom nMelbourne to Sandhurst, there was employed as a laborer a Dane named Andreas Christian Bedstrup, and with him a compatriot named Hanson.: About twenty-one years ago, Bedstrup sud denly disappeared, anid although en quiries were. made, his whereabouts we.re not known 'till' some five years ago, when Hansen recognised him as being one of theemployees of a neigh - bouring farmer at Walmer. At the time of..the discovery, i...

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CAULFIELD POLICE COURT. TVESDAY, DEC; 20. Before Messrs. Newing and Holland, Js. P. INSULTING BEHAVIOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 24 December 1887

CAULFIELD POLICE COURT. TVESDAY, DEC; 20. Before Messrs. Newing and Holland, Js. P. INSULTING BEHAVIOUR. Jas. Brennan was charged by a Mongolian named Ah Ken with assaulting him and also with throwing stones on his house. He was also chargcil with insulting beha viour. Defendant did not appear. Ah . Klien, sworn, deposed that B3r~ehan came on to his prenmises;. and when ordered. to leave declinedto do so, but rushed :at. complainiant and knocked -him down cut. tin iiis fice,?i;aiiad citherwise :miltreating him. lie then' went out, and threw some half-a-dozen stones through the windows of complainant's house,. Constable Jordan dCnosed that be saw some six stones that had been thrown through the Chinaman's windows. He gave defendant a very bad character and corroborated the assult. For the first offence he was fined £1 or 3 days, on the second charge £5 with 2s. lid. costs, in de fault one months. DRIVING OVER ,THE FOOTPATH. Mdessrs. J. l.oolan, WV. Hogan, and Jas. Brown were ined £1,...

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Miscellaneous. To the Spirit of the Age. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 24 December 1887

To the Siit t.tof the A/ci If I were you, int moments of reflection, Thougbh criticisfi may be fair andtruei :, I ot go in toomuibch for vevi ectloni - >r `. If 1 iwero yu 1 iwould not take the flowers of life and tear, • :Apart;itheir inner asecrets all to viowjy l'd!, plu?k, them gciitl, sererecntly?-?vear, I'd leave some gossnmerof tender fanciles `I'in fd's"wildoisnieado1,-- gemmed- along withidcew, FtY.o Veci ,them'11ll before stern Fact's dadvancesit ", ' I., vre you..: . " fI,. eroyou I'dlleave some.twilight hours T L ylYiningidaylight and the night's Some neutral tinted scenes- some' shaded bowersIf1 yu. ( I would not let the bil of toleration? . The'sameness of on: general il?width 6.f view" Sabduer the freeswavo'sY.motion-ofýotagna., t!on, 'If I wern you ~ idnot laugh down entihusiaim's fire . As antique aid high-fldvown-I'd leave somo oparles of a noble rage, a generous ire, I,", ,.f -Iwere you. n -,ý,; And oh . amid the rish for ealth or plea. .'And all tho hurly;hurl...

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Ladies Column. Love in Life. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 24 December 1887

Lotn e in LiCfe ,In life and love if love in life be ours, Smilingand, weeing ne'or were equal powers, Y:et?smiles thro' tears are sweetest. smiles It is tlihlittle tear that smiles confute,. Thitisioon or'late mrkes lovers' voices meteI Yet ever githering sureil saddens all.; dItas ~helittle tear;no pmles refute".a>'.,; Or flhtrf siile of joy all adeititjitp " That in the heart's life surely sadden all. Love is-not-worth your weeping.;lat it go,. Ah, is it ? Tell me, dearest, is it so ; loear leis-richest- when 'tis all-inll My life;o cb mine, now o is sure Sor lhivesif )ve lo thine, s oh lovoL e And doath,; f deatl, bq tliine, tliat'?iitiN'ore mine. Dear love is richest when 'tis all in all. iHow The QueenTraveis.,The Queen's sal'oous are in the centre of the train, and itheie''w dtiinodious carriages, fitted for day or night travelling, her Majesty occupies wttiiH 1'rinrcessbltentýico: There are two beds in the sleeping apart ment which opens from bhe da'y saloon. Thl beds are...

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A Few Amiable Delusions. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 24 December 1887

.A F1ew Amiable Deltsions. ,That our/best girl-is perfection personilied. Tht.?our.i chrldren are ' phenomenaly bright. 1: . v. do ~ or SThat the min whol does nt6?s?are our' phu'tical opinionsi is either arni idiot 'or ia rascal. That, we .could edit a paper with great success.' Tbat dullness is profundity. That vulgarity is wit.. SThlit ?or filends would get.nlongia great deal better. if they would only follow our advice. That we possess unusual histrionic talent. That we can prevent our sons from falling in love with the first girl he meets, just as we did . Of all human virtues, none is so diflicult: to compass as that of full and:frank forgive. ness. No word is so often said, and nothing is more seldom done,and nogap between the :word and the thing is -more.carefully con ceicled. Friend fall out, and " I forgive you " 'ends the sorry drama; but the assurance is rarely solid-the sound strikes the ear, but the echoes die away- before they reach the heart, and the breach which has...

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Sketcher. Pranzini. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 24 December 1887

TheIio leading sensatioti oof Parisis not political, but .relates to. the dibolical "crimes of Praizhiistu who occupiesfi col? deained cell itin tho La Roquette p?iison. After his incarceration, the police • dis :covered thlit lo:?ias'a pirofessional black-, mailer, old w9qinen in particular fioring? hlis favourite prey. ie used to ml love to them, get them in his powdr, and then compiomise tihorn if tley refutsel to pay. The correspondence discovered among hisr baggage, which includes letters from women of all.cla-ses of society, mnkes it apparent that he committed the mutders for which hlie will die for the purpose of abtaining sufficient money to go over to the United States to marry. a rich New Yolrk banker's daughter. OQi, March l7lfitst a sensatio as'i d caused'iin Patis bytlie discovery of 'three dq'd ,bdclies in t~ lthldsomo flat. of theRuo Montaigne, one of the streets leadinii"'ff the..Chatups: Elysee.. Thtovictin si. era, MIle. lMario Regnault, her maid, who slept in an i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 24 December 1887

Siiecial Advertisements.' To the Residents of Brighton, &c. LADIES AND GENTILEaIuN, ,I have much pleasure in informing you that my DISPENSARY and RETAIL BUSINESS will be carried on in future at MUNRO'S BUILD INGS, OHURCH STREET, close to the Middle Brighton Railway Station, where also I have established, on the second floor, an elegant DENTIST'S CONSULTING ROOM. And in order that you may have attention at what ever time you call, I have entered into partnership with Mt. T. PARK INSON, SURGEON DENTIST, we are now prepared to undertake Every Description of DENTAL WORK, Our Charges will be found Most Moderate, and as we have a Reptita tion to sustain, you may rely upon the work being Done Well. The Laboratory and Factory will be carried on as heretofore at NEW STREET, where orders for the otho shop may be left if desired. Thank ing you for the very Liberal Patron age accorded me in the past, and promising that in the' New Estab lishment you wlll find everything "tip-top " excep...

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Traveller. In Oriental Lands. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 24 December 1887

In.LOriellntaf Lanis.' 'Tlie.T rkish bridegroom is very like thlie' wali, as the homely old proverb tells us, buy' a pigiman'poke. The courtship is all done by prox--the mothers beingthe agents who settloethe amount of the handsome sum to be paid ;down by the bridegroom. When the ,wedding day arrives, all the world makes a ;ointiof attending. There stands the bride, v diled from bead to foot. There are the presents to be admired. There is the bride groom,-looking as- '5spoony" as usual, and sharply criticised by the company. Thetday wears on, and at last the omppy.pair are left. alone, and the proverbiglZy "hrappy, man" lifts the lady's veil, and dl~t vers that he blos. obtained either a houri or a fright-orie iwhb, if a slave, would fetch :fi~d three to fpour thousand pounds iiSithe n3irlket, or a scraggy, ill-favored damsel' wli6se viiluation'would be high at four pounds. But the young gentle mgiirhnas a remedy at :hand. :IHe can break t~ec, ?ontract by siniply saying, " Get away ...

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Keep Out of the Past. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 24 December 1887

.I eel'p Out of lheeP 1at. keep out of the past !: for its higliways. Are damp with ma!nrial g'oam; Its gar.lens are Eere, hndiits forests arcdrear, i Anid everyawhere moulders a tomb; Who seecks to regain its lost pleasurcs.` tillnds only a rose turned to dust, And its storehouse of wonderful Ireasures Is covered and coated with rust. Keep out of the past, it is haItnted, lie who in its avenues gropes Shall find there the ghost of a joy prized the most, And a skeleton throng of deaid hpes. Inplance of its beautiful rivels. Lie pools that are stagnant with slime, And those graves gleamiing bright in the phosl phorous light..g . LCover dreams that were slain In their prime. l Kedioutiof:tlhelpst I itis lonely : And barren and bleak to the view, Its fires have grown cold, and its stories are oldl, Turn, turn to the present the new I Tohday leads you tip to the'lil tplls, That are kissed by the radiant sun," To-day how1 ''no0 tonin--all life's hopes In bloom -And to-day holds a prize t...

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Boys and Girls. Little Old-Fashioned. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 24 December 1887

S3oi ai'b (OtrI9.. Little Old-Fashioned. :As pnim as a lily iinsomequie'fii~k, o She sits by herself, with-her slate or hes book,.' And hears with an air patronis?ngly gay The voices of other sweet childrenat play.: Demurely she sighs, by whiclh ou'infer - That such romping and merriment ire not Sfor her; But someone's heart whispers that'she is her pearl, Her little home-body, her.old-fashioned girl., Shp "plays tea" alone by a sofa or chair, .Roc isbaby to slefiei til" ainatronld itl3 Then sows by the cradle. With glrS55efn, she ; , A pocket edition of granny would b:?h When mofther looks carewo n ah I 'it i ly she sees;... :: . ; And knows how a few soothing love.-word will please, Then in that dear Inp lays!each soft, shining" curl : She's niother's own Comfort, her old-fashioned' girl. . . -When-twilighbt-has mellowedthe-lonu pl,?,. time din,. Sho quietly asks, Are .the children all in " Or, watching,,he gate when a footstep comes S near, She whispers, iThat's father;.I o'm?s g...

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Novelist. DAYS OF CRIME AND YEARS OF SUFFERING AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY. Reprinted from "The Australian" of 1867 by special permission.) CHAPTER XXXIX. THE USUAL COURSE OF LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 24 December 1887

Novelist. DAYS OF CRIME AND YEARS OF SUFFERING ------♦♦♦------ AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY. ------♦♦♦------   Reprinted from "The Australasian" of 1867 by special permission.) CHAPTER XXXIX. THE USUAL COURSE OF LOVE. Alice had been but a short time in the colony. She had emigrated' with .rhot; fatlecr and stepmother'frohn London. -'Her family had been in good circumstances, and she herself had been educated at a fashionablo boarding-school. Her father had been very unfortunate in business, and was reduced to almost absolute poverty previous to leaving England. In this':colony lie was pursued by a still daiker faite, as for two years he was the inmate of the same prison cell in which I had to sleep myself. It only seems like yesterday that in the early morning of a Christmas Day Alice stood before me in the gaol office telling me, as the tears coursed down her cheeks, t!hat her father was in custody for stabbing a man. She could not thein tell me the particulars of the case, as all...

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Economy and Beauty. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 31 December 1887

Economy and Beauty.-Whcn old chair seats are soiled or worn past redemVtion, very pretty now ones can be made of light and dark cashmere joined together. - The found. ation is formed of dark cntrasting or har monising colors, and the centre consists of gayer hues. A foundation may be composed of alternate strips of green cashmere in two dark shades, and the ccntre could be formed of moss and apple green ; or a foundation of alternate pieces of prune and hellotrope, with the centre of mauve in twoshades. Another could be made of gray, varying from a dark tint to a delicate French gray, If contrast lng tints are desired, what can be prettier than strips of black and ruby forming the foundation, with a centre of old gold and delicate blue or lavender?. Considerable diversity can be arranged, so thnt one chair may be totally different front another. led room chairs look very pretty when thus covered, and the covers ouglit to be made to tie tightly down upon theq seats. These covers can ...

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The Leader. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, DEC. 31, 1887. THE ROAD TO WEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 31 December 1887

JU.s'I'IC8 TO A .1,. SATURDAY, ])]EU. ?1, '1887. TILE ROAD TO WEAlI'll. TIll,; r'' Id Ito weialth is, as8 )r. rIlllk :lin Iruly ,says, . s plain it th ie rmid. to thie- mill.'" It, consists .simply ill expoending less thain we el'rn. Many tnay say, " We undorthnud thin; this is economy, lland1 we knoI4Vw JcoIUlly is wealth; we know we -can't eut o4ur cake and keeop it ilso." Yet, per. haaps, more failures nrise from mis tIlak on this 4point tll t lla ll1ost8litlly other. 'T'rne econuomy is misap1 r lalcnded, ald peple go c'tlhrough life without p roperlyl ml-telf 01enditg whatt the lprintcilell is. There arce numny who think that economy care islts in saving cheese llaring8 amd em1ull 111ds, in elttt i41g off twopeuce fromh the llalundr1ess's bill, 1"u 1l loing all sorts of little mean tlhings. E1:nomlly is not meanness. 'l'This false ecolllolmy 1i4lly fl'uellutly lho Hsee ill 1(en of business88, m1id ill thlose ill St|iuces8 it, often rI'III to writing pnlper. 1Y-. will lidpl good ...

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GENERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 31 December 1887

GGENERAL ITEMIIS. -0 The match betweon the Victoria! anud Sydnoy cblovOns, Played this week, resulted ini aiwin.for the Sydncyites, by two wickets. Georoge Bulear", the English soil ling champio, who is to row \WVallaee Ross o. the I-'.'lhunaes il .February next, hats itintiated.thait if he should wil he is willing to row lanilan on the Tyne. A mat nauiied IIerb(rit White, 80 years of ago, -was; drowned whilst'' batthing in theo Yarra, at Collingwood,. on Wednesday ifternoon. The. highest flood since 1874 took' placo in the country roundl about Morpetlh, N.S.W., last Wcdnesday. Great destruction being caused there by to growing crops.. 'It is currently reported that several yotung girls in a convent ait Cork haiv heen corrupted. by at -governunent official. ' : A miinhlei' of roughs snu?vballed Mr. (lihldstone at Dover, he ·being on his way to I.talywhltere he iaitendisto pi?as the re nainder of the wvinter.i ' A .lbig! grilla hims ist iitii??.. i lostoni froim Afri t:. his oiiirid;...

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MAINE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 31 December 1887

MAINE.: NIaws.-Ur. Soule's American Ilop Hitters, whioll nro advertiscd in our coulltlu:tiso Iat re cure for aIgue, bilious, nones and idlucy (:omplaints. T'hose who use thom mNy they cannot Ie too highly re commended. Those affected should give them at fair trial, and will become thlorohy oenthusiastic in the prnise of their curative qualitic,.-l'ortlhud Argus,

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CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 31 December 1887

CHURI CIIH SERVICES TO* DMORROW. . Prasbytorinw.- Brighton, 11 and 7. Elstornwick.--Rev. J. Hay, 1i and 7. Cheltenham-I I and 3, Mentone 7, Rev. R. M. Fergus. IBaptist Church, I I and 7, Rev. S. Howard Congregational.-Rcv. J. Rickard, 11 and Christian Chapel, Clholtonha*.- Mr Goodacro, 7. Unoln Ohapol, South Brilghton.--Mr J. Uromack. 3 and 7. Church of Englind, St. Androws' Serrmons, 11 and 7. Mordialloc-11, as usual ; Mr. Grifltths, 7. Cheltenlatti.-lt ovA. A Calliln, II; Mr. Simpson. lMcntono.-I I, Mr. Tholmas. Littla iriighton.-lIi. Mr. 8lmpson; 7, lRov. A. nitfliu. lipsy Villago.--l.45 p.m., Mr. Themna, Houth Blrightou.--l, Mr. Grifitha. Dingley.- 3.110, Rov. A. Cafllin, ,lBal Hillst,--7 Mr. Cramer,

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OUR OPEN COLUMN. THE GERMS OF TYPHOID FEVER. [TO THE EDITOR OF THE LEADER.] [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 31 December 1887

OUR OPEN COLUMN. 'JITE GE18RMS OF ''FYl'PHOID [TO THE. EDITOR OF TIt. LP.AUYIJR] S n,-L hen to rlarw .youir ittocution to tlho' fa ctof a miulking .cowl buld; kcpt iii tn acux,1cosurc aI t Gipsiy "ilab~ge 'il which there.in is l tt''t'.' . Lrninpoycti of the gtiuttu~t hit1ifolthe cow= to think , fiony ,andl "for jvhich comminnt, T thuik ont will itgree, is unne2cessary. Y ou 11s, &U.; CARD ENCLOSED.

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