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OAKLEICH DISAGREEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 April 1888

OAKLEICH DISAGREEMENT. A LITTLE scene was enacted at the Oakleigh:Council meeting last Monday, which' bids faiir to rivail tlhe' ijoverbial storm in a teapot.. It' all arose -from the' fact that an application, had" been iiide to the 'conncil" at' thieir previous .meeting for thelo establishiient of a local, Gas Works, and 'they; niot,:feeling there and then:, inclined, to coppe with the matter,.left the question :in the hands of the president to,call a special miieeting. This was' done, and 'the meeting was to', have beenli' held ;last week, at 4 o'clock in 'the after~oodd at the shiro'hall., ;It appears tia?; ,the president of the shire (E. L. Thompson, Esq.), had been ailing for "some- few 'days prior to theo day of meeting, 'and not felling well enough to. veiturb'out, lie sent a messenger to the hall' ieqtis ting the councilloris tot idjourin 'tb: his iresidence. and therei' hold the;:, meeting. This iequest was immediately complied with by the couincillors whno, tdgether with'...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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AGRIOULTORAL NOTE [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 April 1888

AGRIUOUiiJABAL NUTTl N Eailg Ie' Jeiinning "to be mach, watted ibt New oiuth Wales, the-warm weather having ddredsqu.the raes and creeks in may: plessc., Terp? l I?tlll, however,. , fair supply, of; Sfeej~ nimost othe stock routes, aud both sbep?.and;cattle 'are generally in. good con di al?1- In several localities the dry weather hat prvented farmers from purening plough. ng' operations, the ground being too hard. In the Orookwell district the farmers are employing themselves in carting: oode from Gopburn to the silver mines. 4aeos in soe pl~aes is giving a good ieturn,, but in otheri it iq?&eotod by,the blight. InaTasmania the unusually protraoted and esrjongly injurious drought of 1877.8 bas now apparently broken, and throughout all qtarts oftbecolony there will be general rejoicing at;'the welcome rain. The effects of the drugbht have been general-snriculturiste p&atoral?ts, mandmine-owners suffering alike irom the absence of water, and in somn dietricltsthe suep...

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FRAGMENTS OF FUN. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 April 1888

FRAGMENTS OF FUN. LOVEB, passionately : ' My sweet ! my, darling! love you with all my heart Be mine!' Fair maiden: ' Oh, William, this so sudden; I must have time-' Lover': ' No-no ! I must have my answer now, for I have my eye on another girl.' Wr:. ' Moichael I Moiahael ! wake up t Thur's a murtherin' thafe in the room.f!' Michael: 'Whist, now, Biddy; he alsy.- I hey me io on 'im, an' ef he foinds onythig., I'll git up an' take it from 'im.' A~ elderly gentleman is seen to read on a piece of orange-peel, and come down. heavili:; on his back. Polite stranger: 'Excuse me, air; would you mind doing that again. My friend didn't see it.' 'How many lodges did you say your ': husband belonged to?' she suddenly asked. 'Fifteen.' 'Mercy on me l But think of a man being out fifteen nights in a week ! I am really glad that I'm a widow l' EXASPeRATuD wife: ' What do you mean by come home at this time in the morning? Inebriated husband: "'aint my fault,. m' dear. The fellows had all gone; did...

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GOSSIP FROM THE MAGAZINES. (PALL MALL GAZETTE) "OUIDA" ON CIGARETTES FOR DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 April 1888

.GOSIP FROM TBE, MAGAZINES. S (PALL MALL OAZESE ) "otnIa" oh cr orOACS-T'a o on DIan. Writing In "The Woman's World," "apropos of a dinner," "Onida" defend. her habit of giving her guests olgarettes after the rOtl, and urges other entertainers to follow it. This is not because "Ounlda" herself smokes. On the contrary, she has never smoked, and she thinks it "a silly and injurious habit." But, she says, "as men are constituted nowadays, they are not happy without emoking; they do not talk well without it; and therefore, for pity's sake, let them smoke i and if Turkish cigarettes come in after the rdti there is no excuse or occasion for that after-dinner smoking which In England keeps the men drinking by theme selves in a very gross and barbarous manner, and in every other country makes them take themselves away from the drawing-room to the smoking-room at Intervals throughout the evening. No spectacle confirms a foreigner's invariable impressions of the want of politeness in England ...

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A WOMAN'S TREACHERY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 April 1888

SA WOMAXIN'S TREACHERY. t Br MIR. E. B?r?E COLLINS, IN THEE' F ILY SSTOBY PAPER.' The family portraits of the Leelies gazed down upon me from their frames In the great cheery ball, where I awaited Judge Leslie's coming. Saabh a pleasant hall, running through a the centre of the old Southern mansion, and ending in a stained glass oriel window whiobh a threw gorgeous lights far down the Inlaid a floor, dotted here and there with Persian Srge. r uF.g I stood before the fire-a great, crackling light-wood fire, such as one sees only In the SSuth-and waited for the coming of my fate. I-Edgar Avenol, M D.-young and t poor; yet in all the arrogance of youth, I a had come to the Leslie manseion that morning to ask of its owder the hand of his daughter in marriage, Ha made his appearance at last-a portly, 1 white-bhired man, who bade me a cordial weloome. And so the Rubion was cresced, and I laid bare my hopes and fears, the mad hope that r some day, oeven though far in the future, sweet Lill...

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ADVENTURE WITH WILD HORSES. (NEW YORK SUN.) A DUEL BETWEEN HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 April 1888

ADVENTURE WITH WL TS I H O R SE S. " a (new ocn saun.) A DUEL BETWE-EN HOBRSES. In 1851, when I first saw the ?io Pecos River, which is the right-bhand branch of the Rio Grande, the Pecosplains were afavonrite graning ground for vast herds of wild horses. For years later there were plenty of wild poaies on the western plains, but in the days of which I writethoer wore herds of good big horses, some of the animals standing seventeen hands high and weighing 1 300 or 1,400 pounds. I went. Into New Mexico with a Government surveying party, which I was of semi military character. A sorvey of that portion of the Rio Peose lying in New Mexico was to be made, and there was to be a military post located between Pope's Wells and theBenita Diver. The country between was a plain 100 miles long by 200 broad, with many small streams and rich feeding spots. The herdes of horses had .been seldom die turbed by whie hunters, and whenever the Indians. wanted a supply they selected the 'ponies in prefe...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 April 1888

C t ci.1 k0A RITEMS. Our member and leador' f the Opposi. tion in the Legislative Assembly, is to be entertained at dinner on Thursday, May 10, in the supper-room of the Masonic HaU,." in recognition of: his personal merits and public services." The iar rangeinents are in the hands of a commit tee:comprising more than ono-half of the members of Legislative Assembly,' and several members of.the Legislate ;Council and other leading men ofthoe district have also expressed a desire to join the com mittee. The dinner is not to be regarded as a party demonstration. Representa tives of all sections of politics have inti mated their intention of. being', present, and tickets may be obttined fromni several of Mr Bent's friends. It 'vas thought ;by some that on this occasion Mr 'Bent would foreshadow the general policy of the Opposition during next session, but as yet hon. members of the Left have not met to. discuss the, political questions which are~likely to' occupy the time of Parliament ...

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WIT AND HUMOUR. THE ONLY ROAD TO HAPPINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 28 April 1888

WIT AND HUMOUR. THE ONLY ROAD TO HAPPINESS. Use genuine Magic Soap (stamped with a heart pierced with an arrow). Wash your clothes in 20 minutes without rubbing, and avoid imitations as you would the---Sole Makers, The Victorian Soap and Candle Co.. Geelong.

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BRICHTON TOWN COUNCIL. MONDAY, APRIL 30. Present—Councillors Bent (president), Huntly, Egan, Walstab, Francis, and Burrows. MINUTES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 5 May 1888

. ,BRIGHTON TOWN COUNCILi;.!', ; j -tMONDAY,. ApRI II/3(.0 u non Presoet-Councillors. Bent (president'," iHuntly, EganWlstib, ~ rancis, and fBurrowis. -;{ 3 ,,,;iMINUTES* , ;" r The minutes of last' nioeting wvereý read and .confirmed, and:!ithei Town Clerk's ' -:iotard oorrespojindiece approved'of. .' hk,:orl'ii ;:' .: .. S, C:ORRESPONDENCE.' ';7 "' SFrom thes i'dn. secretary Bi'ighton Fireeo-.Lilirary,' acknowledgiing. :the receipt of coutihil's letter; with' cheque enclosed and stating.thfiti' uchwv'ould; be laid.befo0rdCthe next-meetingl of the committee--Received.;.,:;' .! SFrom, Messrs Fariern:arid::Darival, solicitors for. iMr, W. .Snook /ro! the' alignment of the street nniea' hispro perty.-Referrod to PubliciWoirks Committee. From C. FKi?kiam on behalf of the Elsternwick Improvement Com mittee, calling the council's attention to" the' state .of the drainiage. flowing, thr6igh Elster Creek betweein New st. and the Point Ne'ýpeard id, as also the defective .railing of the :: ...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 5 May 1888

FOOTBALL. --0- The North Brighton journey to South St. Kilda this afternoon to try conclusions with that club. The fol lowing are requested to be at the North Brighton station not later than 2.20 to proceed by. cabs :-Brooks, Barr, Callow, Crook,. Butcher,- COun ningham, Float, :-dMarsh, : Moore,. McDownll, F. Millar,, . Millair, rRowei Reeves, Sheedy, Smith, Solan, Mastin, Wise, and Whitney, Emergencies Rowe, Hastings, Ruddle. SBRIIITON V. FERNSIDE. To be played this afternoon at the Beach. B3allantyne, Grout, Hicks, Byers, Wilmot, Lindgrow, Watsford 2, Templeton, Everingham, Mindock 2," Oox, Andorson, Raberts, Stewart, Pender, Langley, Vebb, MoDowvall. BRIGIITON 2ND. V ORMOND. At Alees Paddock. Enery, Fraser, Petley, Rao, Reed, Ower, Small, Wright 3, Wenbourne, Lister, Maher, Huddartt, Friend; Klemmer, Stirling, Wilson, Du Frayer, Pye, Ruddle, Maskin, Wyatt, Griffin, Ryan.

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THE IDEAL OF A BRITISH ARMY. THE AUTHOR OF "GREATER BRITAIN," IN THE "FORTNIGHTLY REVIEW." [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 5 May 1888

ME IDEAL OF A BRITIsH ARMUY. H'E AUTIIOn OF "OGREATER BRITAIN," IN. THae "FORTNIGHTLY RBaVIw." My ideal of the organisation of British silitary power would be based on the main rinoiple of having two grand divisions, dhloh may be called separate armies or rot, a the reader pleases. They. would at any ato be separated in time of peace by space, y different terms of reoruiting, and.:by. afferenoes of general organisation; for the islatio army would have large bar· alions composed of men enlisted for ten or welve years, with a proportion of' old oldiers. But in some respects the armies ould not be distinct, for there would be full' scilities for transfer and exchange among fioere, and even to a limited extent among ,on-commiseioned officers and men. Aden could, of course, be takcen charge of by the eilatio army, and the Cape so long as British roops paid otherwise than by the colonists nst be kept there. In fact this army shonld arrison all the distant fortresses and coaling lations no...

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LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 5 May 1888

LAWN TENNIS. -"-o- At a meeting of secretaries 'of tennis clubs held last Monday evening at 'Young and Jackson's hotel, the Cheltenham entered for' the junior trophies and arranged the following matches : May :12-South Brighton Cheltenham: 19 Carlton Carlton" (Trophy) June 2 Richmond Richmond (Trophy) ,, 16 Clayton ' Clayton ,, 23 Oakleigh "Cheltenham (Trophy) July 7 MIelbourne' :, elbournie" ,, 14 'St. Kilda Cheltenhai ' (Trophy) ", 28 South Brighton S. Brighton' A2g. 4 Richmond- Cheltenhain I, 11 Trinity College Trinity," ./ Gscign . (Trophy) ,, 18 Gascoigne nascoigne ,, 25 South Yarra Cheltenliam (Trophy) Sept. 1 Clayton Cheltenham. 8 Ormond College Ormond Col. (Trophy). 22 Kew Cheltenhlam (Trophy)

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"A POLICEMAN'S LIFE IS NOT A HAPPY ONE." [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 5 May 1888

"A POLICEMf&N'S LIFE IS NOT A HAPPY ONE." N-To person who hes been privileged to wit nes% the performance of the popular "Piraten of P.nza.ce" is likely soon to forget the so-ne in which the Chief P.liceman, who, in answer to repeated entreatise, replies in the ffirmativeo, hot, notwithstanding, is slow in maklng a move in the required directinn When a petty thief is being pursued through the street, a free fightor drunken row occurs. wh ies so often conspicious by his absence as the polcemen on the beat? Theremay hbe reasons adduced, however, to sooount for thi lack of energy. Some of our guardianso' the coliee peace are not in robust health, the exigencies of the service having had the effect If *n.ui" l- feeling of lassattude. and even of pains, indieati gpositivediseae, as in the csee of Mr. Alexandur B. Walker, sub-inspect r of p)eo- 'n, Ynnogt, N e W.. who, underdatef) Maron. 1888, writes :-" During the paoet four yvars I b-ve roff a d very touch from "iaen.der Iof h"....

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THE DEMON BOY AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 5 May 1888

j,,THE DEMON 'BOY AGAIN. Glandma : Now, don't cry any more, Thegdore. Here's a beautiful rattle for you. Tak?iJt, and go quietly to bed, there's a dear lltle.pet; and dun ta.rake another sound, or yOa'U wakeyour ma and the new baby. Thae Demon Boy : Ua'ao. I don't want your rattle;=Granny. I'm too big for rattles. You bring that ugly new baby; I want to play at down:in the pantomime with it. Pring it qaick,too, or I'li beller orf l. GaP:You naugtry, wicked boy, I'll fetch yoar,;papa to you. Thb D. B.: Yah I You do; and I'll tell hisniwhat a lot of glasees of wine you've had to-daly I was watchin' yer, Granny, every tiembyou went to the diinn'room cabinet,

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FRAGMENTS OF FUN. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 5 May 1888

FRAGMENTS OF FUN. The. latest. fad" in New York is a club r ot t~pe pet dogs of Fifth Avenue. If it is ad tauge hard cliu, full of knots, it will be a good thing: '. 1 T8e Bete Aid.-Gentleman : Uncle Zeke. . theie::has been a good deal of diacussion c lately. as to the best way to ratese chickens. t o?jw you've got a hennery. What do you f1ads:s your beat aid? Uncle Zeke: .I'se S--lly. relied 'pon de padlock, Miatab GBSamaaA: ' Yes, Oharley; your fiancee isn teripretty, I used to look like that when I Yp?Oeo man (to messenger boy)-' What did I the?oung lady say when you gave her the i flowers.' Messenger boy-'She asked the I young fellow who was sitting on the porch t withbher if he didn't want some for a button bole.' MaBeA.-'I see you have gota new ear want,., Mrs B.-'.Yes; I make it a point to get anew .one every month.' 'But that must be 'very. inconvenient?' ' Yes; but there is nothing going on in this town that I don't I .ear all about.' 'I=r as dine together.' said the native...

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CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 5 May 1888

CHURCH SERVICES TOUMORROW. Presbyterian.-Brighton. 1Rev. Mr. - 11 and7. ,d Eleterniwlok,-Rev. J. Hay, 11 and 7 Oheltonh'am, 8, Montone, 7, ; Rev., R. M. Foergus. Caulfield, oev. H. H. . Macnrtnoy, 11 and 7. Armadale, Rev. F. Webb.' .. . Elsternwick, Rev. P. Bailhnohe.:: Malvern, Rev. 0. J. Godby, 11 and 7. Oakleigh, Rev. T. HI. Rust. Conigregational, Brighton, 'morning - and evening oev. J; Rickard. Malvern, Rev. C. Maoo, 11 and ' S1qklp/ht P. . F. Oanqnnway, 11llnd 7 Wesleyan Methodist-lBrighton, 11 Rovev 11, Smith, and 7. Rev. W. Wlurridge. F?isaornw?ok-li ,, Primitive Mothodlist-onuth .Ynrrn, Bov. B. Wibborly, ll, and 7. North' Brighton, DMr. 1. Edwards, 11 Rev. C. Anthony, 7. South. ;Brighton, Ryv.. C.' Anthony, 11, East ' Brightoni--Iov, C., Anthony, 8 3Mr.1 rNmith 7. utoy" 8ý Baptist Church-Brlghton,ev. S. Howard 11, and7. . i, . , Christian Chapel-lBrighton, 11 and 7. Choltenham,Mr. Uoodnacro,,7. , ,,,. Union Church-Oanlflold, Roev. J. Orogson 11 and 7. ! Union Chapel-South B...

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"NO SMOKING." [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 5 May 1888

"NO 8HOKING." A curious incidont io recordod by "The ee" c.irrenpond nt 1 o+ inlicativeo of e rwepeo to id by the imnrenoe aeeem blage lO r,,, str- r. of fltrlinm to th. memory of the dead Kaiser. It was S_ intonely cold dry, and the crowd -ood for honre togotbhr in tbo piercing frost. But no one arnmkod. "One or two forgot themselvee, but a gneral about of 'anlbt rouchbn !' made them throw down their weode, I. oLkng peoiteno, and nahamed " -r3t. is a ouriou in'tanoo of a do. eocratio sumptuary laI framed and on toed epon nuonusaly ngainat tobacco, it ite une ?ere inereapontful to death. It mealt hvoe beot a sIover trial for hallf mllion hahitul nmokPre to deny themeelves at their favourite luxury for hours, durln* which they must have rsrely pined for a whiff Their ,forittude, hLt.over, did not go .the length of resisting tht tltuptationof nips of irand to keep out the cold Qaeryi Why as a clgar more di.reepeotful to the dead than a -ltai Of oognao?

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CRICKET. BRIGHTON CRICKET CLUB. BATTING AND BOWLING AVERAGE, SEASON 1887-8. BATTING AVERAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 5 May 1888

i . CRICKET. '-0' BRIGHTON CRICKET OLUB. .ATTING AND BOWLING AVERAGE, iSCASON 1887-8. BATTING AVERAGE. Name" oof imes Highest Total Avoer Ilnn'gslnot'ont score. "runs. ago. Smith, E. G. 8 111* 827 40.8 Turner, E., 12 2 116 888 88.8 Stokes, G. W. 8 61* 200 25.7 Sims, W. 15 4 56 236 21.4 Lucas, P. 9 58* 174 19'8 Dunn, H. 14 4 40 178 17.8 Sheflield, H. '4 40 63 15'7 Beulko, H. 12 1 04 187 12'4 Cochrane, J. 4' ' 28 60 15"0 Ballantyne J. 17 5 28 188 11.5 Thompson, J. 16 2 84* 146 ]0'6 Enery, B. 17 2 58 140 907 Roberts, J. 5 15 86 7"5 * Signifles not out.; BOWLING AVERAGE. Name. -fJails Run I w'! Av'r'ge Dunn, H.; 544 20,8 25 8"6 Enery B. 720 024 32 10'1 Thompson, J. 68R 250 25 10'3 Stokes, G. W. 198 89 7 12.7 Turner. E. 298 1!? 8 16.8

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 5 May 1888

AGRIOULTIUAL NOTES; ' here is nothing new to report from lh s farming districts Things continue much the same aso usal. Ploughing Ia.not progressing £ at all sstiefaotorlly, and it is only on followed i ields that any cowing has yet been done. C The autumn rainse are unusually late this season, and it is feared that the area under I coutivation, In consequenoe, will not be as great as last year. Last year, it will be reoollected, heavy rains fell in the months of February and March, and by the month g of April'there was abundance of green "tuff in the Melbourne market. Very few farmere have managed to growgreenslnff this v season. Dairy farmers wil'feel the loss of v the uenal supply of green fodder as the cold of I winter approaches. The outloos at present F is not very promising.for either the farmeror grader, and agreat many people'fear that we p arg going to have a cold and dry winter. V On the 20th of August next it will be ox aetly twenty eight yearselnoethememorable j oxpedit...

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MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, MAY 1, [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 5 May 1888

iMALVERN 8HIRE COUNCIL,; . --0 TUESDAY, MAY 1, Present :-Ors, Clarke (lpresident). Edsals,.Benson, Martin,..Robinson, Mercer, MoKinley, Woodmason;;and SHeywood. , j• EXTRA TRAINS. Thea Priesidenit repjorted ;that; in accordance wili 'the wishes of the council the Railway Comnissioners had placed seven extra trains on between' Melbourne and Caulfied, to coomiencei running on Tuesday next. This would make in all forty-five trains per. day ; during the evening a ten minute'service would be afforded.--The report was received, by. the council (with much satisfaction. CORRESPONDENOE. From several residents in High st., asking that the work of channelling the south side' of High street, east of Glenferrie _road, be proceeded with. As tenders had already been called forl the ?odrk, no action was taken. From same, asking that the footpath in the` Glenferrie road should be asphalted, and referring to: a promise made -that the work should be done some months since. The matter was referred to t...

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