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PUBLIC MEETING AT ELSTERNWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 31 December 1887

PUBLIC OMEETING AT ELSTERN.2 WICK. A WI:LL-ATTENDED meeting of tile residents of Elsternwick, was held last Wednesday evening in Clements Church, the object being to take into consideration the desirability or other wise of opposing the granting of a publicans license to Mr Collins, for a house he proposes erecting in the Glen Huntly Rond, near the Elstern wick Railway Station. Mr Miller, ex-president of the Shire of Caulfield, occupied the chair, and briefly stated the object for which the meeting had been convened. He trusted that the audience would patienitly listen to the views given expression to by cither side, antd whilst grasping. the question ")o we want more Public -louses in Elstenio wick ?" be as moderate as possible. Mr. 'A. .laytersaid he was deci dedly opposed. to the granting of a publieains' license to the proposed hotel, as in his olpinion it would tend to retard the progress of the district. He had heard that,it was proposed to eornct :a building of some 29J or '1...

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EAST BRIGHTON STATE SCHOOL No. 2083. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 31 December 1887

EAST 1BRIGHTON. STATE SCHOOL No. .2083.' The distribution of prizes" in the abov-6 school took place on the 23rd inst., in the presence of a large m1inr ber of the paroents of the pupils, as well as a goodly munhcr of visitors. 'Ile ioned nmaster read the report, and apologised for the unavoidable ab sence of the Hon. T. Bent. Previous to tlhe distributing of the prizes, *the children rendered a number of school songs in a manner that reflected-great credit on their instructions. Appen :ded is the prize list : Upper Sixth Class-A. IRoswoll, 1 ; J. Wilson, 2.. `Sixth Class-Boys : I.- Watt. 1 ; H.: Kenny, 2. Girls: F. Roswell, 1; G. Wawn Fifth Class-Boys : C. Brown, 1; R. Per-, ter, 2.,' Girls i L. Downward, 1; M. Hollier, 2- Fourth Class-Boys:" C. Dankly, 1; C. 'Wawn, 2. Girls: F. Wilkinson, 1; I. Gar field, '.. Third Class-Boys: J, Ballantyne, 1; F. Board, 2: .Girls: G. Healy, 1; M1. Box, 2. Second Class-Boys: G. Cairns, l; B. Clay.2; J. Moore, 3. Girls: L" Elegg, 1; H. Cochrane, 2;...

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Mr. and Mrs. Bowser. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 31 December 1887

Mti. anti Mrs. Bowser. A few days ago we were speaking of water melons at the table, and I remarked that a lady acquaintance of mine, who does the buying for her.table, and kIeen "stuck" on three different occasions with green melons. "Just like a w 4nan I" snorted Mr. Bowser as he buttered l is toast afresh. "I don't suppose there is a, woman in the country who can tell a ripe melon from a green one." "But: the men u u!" " Certainly. I shall send up a watermelon for dinner. It will be ripe and delicious. I shall select it at a. glance." The melon canst up about 10 o'clock and was placed on tie ice until dinner. When we were ready fo~ dessert the girl broughlt it in. It was as grehn as grass. Nature hadn't even begun to piaint the interior of that melon red. I had to laugh. "Well, what n~re you te-heeing about?" calmly inquired Mr. lowser as he looked up. I '"That melon !' "What about that melon? I see a melon here, hut I don't seeany reason to giggle." "It's green" '." "Oh, it is 1...

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THE NEW YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 31 December 1887

TIlE NEW YEAR. TInl year just closing has on the whole been a most prosperous and happy or.e for this colony. It is very satisfactory to know that there are no signs of any abatement in this run of good fortune. The season has been one very favorable to the groat farm .ing industry, and fromh all directions come 'eports of-. excollent harvest prospects. It is well k ioW"a" that if the harvests are plentiful tlio 'pros' pority of a countryf is pretty well assured. If we glance at business or trading these seenm to be in at very healthy state. Our cars hluive not beren caused to " tingle" by big " smashes," and we should judge thatthe smaller ones are on the decrease. The build ing trades are nlourishing, and money is- plentiful. Land in any of the suburbs is still a good investment and will bo, but over spieculation is to be deprecated. No doubt the great International Exhibition will give an additional stimulus to interprise audhusiness, but we are mainly to look for continuerd iros...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 31 December 1887

-Iaving an Extensive Circulation throughout the Immediate and Surrounding Districts, our columns afford Unequalled Advantages for Advertising and supply Tradesmen, Manufacturers, and others with the best means of giving publicity to their various trades and callings,

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novelist. DAYS OF CRIME AND YEARS OF SUFFERING AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY. (Reprinted from "The Australasian" of 1867 by Special Permission.) CHAPTER XL. DAYS OF JOY AND YEARS OF GRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 31 December 1887

DAYS OF. CRIME AND YEARS OF SUFFERING II I A?s AruroIooGIAs'Prr. (Reprinted from "The Australasian" of 1867 by Special Permission.) CHAPTER XL. I)AYS OF JOY AND, YEARIS OF GItIEr. On thile 10th of September (no matter in what year) I stood before the house in which Aih Alice dwelt. I entered, and she was alone, unchanged, loving, truthful, as she had been from the first. It was a love tmeting, and as such had its charm for ourselves ; but to others it would be desti tute of interest, and so let it pass un described. -.--.-- -The lady of the house, i-liaen shll returned 'home, treated me most court cously, and I was privileged to visit at any time as a recognised suitor. Of cotse I couldn't live upon love, and so I sought employment, and succeeded in obtaining it. A Melbourne solicitor at that time in extensive practice engaged nme at the liberal salary of £6 per week. Ior four weeks everything went as pros perously as I could wish. At theendof that period it came to be known to the ...

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Poetry. Sent to Heaven [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 31 December 1887

Sent to Hfreavcn I had a message to send her, To her whom my soul loved best ? B]ut I had my task to finish, And she was gone to rest. To rest in the far bright heaven: Oh, so far away from here, It was vain to speak to my darling, For I knew she could not hear 1 I had a message to send her, So tender, and true, and sweet, I longed for an angel to bear it, And lay it down at her feet. I placed it, one summer evening, On a cloudlet's fleecy breast ; But it faded in golden splendor, And died in the crimson west. I gave it the lark. next morning, And I watched it soar and soar; But its pinions grew faint and weary, And it fluttered to earth once more. To the heart of a rose I told it; And the perfume, sweet and rare, Growing faint on the blue bright ether, Was lost in the balmy air. I laid it upon accunser, And I saw the incense rise; liut its clouds of rolling silver Could not reach the far blue skies. I cried in my passionate longing : " lHas the earth no angel-friend Who will carry ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 31 December 1887

Regulating Chllidrcn's Teeth Will ensure beauty in after life. Scaling the Teeth. Improves the appearance and prevents decay. -Stopping Hollow Teeth, preserves them for an indefinite period. Extraction is necessary when the teeth are too mrnch decayed for stopping. Artificial Teeth then make all cllicint substitute for the natural ones. All the above Dental works, repairs to plates, &c., &c., is now done by J. H. NIJsIANN and Co., Dentist and Chemists, at their new consulting room Church-strcet near Middle Brighton station. [Advt.] iIniieWDNESs AND ADIITY.--I)r. Soule's American Hop Bitters. so freely adivertised in all the papers, secular and religious, are inaving a large sale, and are supplanting all other medicines. There is no denying the virtues of the Hlop phlant, and the proprle. tors of these Bitters have shown groat shrewdness and ability in compounding a Ilitters, whose virtues are so palpable to everyono's observatfuno, - fxalnilnor tind Chrenicle. Furnis...

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JOSH BILLINGS' PHILOSOPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 31 December 1887

JONlH BILLINGS' PIIILOSOPiiIY. (FROM TrH "NEW YORK \VISEKLV.") If you will sit down and wart, yang man, at least one haltf ov the good uatuga ov life will at sula time eddy anrid h luar yu, while the moore you chase ithem Ihe more they will break i0,to a roln. All .rv nature works are a lpart ov ta perfekshun ov a plan. Suou i.nkes i. muistakee, creates lo vaitallys, Siid gue.ses at nothing. Ideas are. what wilns but if a iman hain't got hilt one, oie is very apt to rol that one into the ground, and take hui.l self along with it. LIalfter proves nthing. \Vaze nuin laIr, and ideats gwin all the tiume. COlning iz a weak iutltasllhu ofi wiadunl and iz liable at, any timeu to ilucgu Ito fraud. liappeanss haz no abiding liaHo, buo ,fIeun is very near at, hind. hkeu the old wollman's a,.ek'akles.' .After hunting for thelo hi and lo she found them at last safe on.h r nuZe. ' ' Gravity is beukinnmg to a phlool at ull times, but oily t-, a wizt man otl lstate oakashuns. Very metnny seek know...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 31 December 1887

Colleges ind Schools, " i iFls"ICoOn·YAT OIus..' BRIGIh'tON LADIES' COLLE GE ("Ellesmiere,") . ST. ANDREW- STREET, ,Near the Town Hall :.: PRINoCIAL : ! 1 MRIS.<J. HAINES, (Late of Clifton Hill nadies' College);', For several, yearsl teaicher iunder the Board of Education, Assisted by MISS A. E. COX. English Literature and Mathematics,. S. GRENFELL, B.A., L.L.B. French and German, HERR OTTO MYJLLER. Drawing and Painting, J.. F. JONES,. ESQ. Pianoforte, . T.!J?J. HAMMOND,ESQ., Miss BURKITT, R..A.M., S MRms. ORR, and S Miss A. E. COXi - .Calisthenics, Missis :DICK -and MOON.' - . lResident Governessi MISS A, E. COX. TERMS (Payable in advance) SDay Pupils: English:(as below), also Languages One and half to Four Guineas per Term IResidentPupils (under 12 years): English (as below), also Languages, Music, and Painting . Twelve Guinens per Term Resident -Pupils (over 12 years): English (as below), also Languages, , Music, and Painting Fifteen Guineas per Term ENGLISH in its var...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 31 December 1887

Specilai Aldvefrtlsements. HAYBALL BROS BRIGHTON. S TEAM SAW & PLANiNG MILLS -AND) TIMBER YARDS --CORN ERi (F BAY AND NEW STREETS Building Materials of E;very I)cscription in Stock, and Cul, to any Size to $uit Purchasers, at, (urrcnt Rates. Mantlepieces, Ironmongery, Oils anid Colors. HAYBALL BROS BRIGHTON. J. R. BAVINTON, BOOTMA K ER, POINT NEPEAN RiOAD, -North Brighton. MESSRS. W. H. HUNT AND SON, HOUSE DECORATORS, BAY STR1EET, Brighton, Beg to draw, the: attention of their numerous friends and patrons to the NEW SANITARY WALL PAPERS. These Papers are being very largely used in England, and have received high commendation from the very best authorities. For correctness of printing, softness and beauty of the effects obtain able they stand unrivalled in the history of Paperhangings, whilst their durability and washable nature render them suitable for all kinds of rooms and staircases both ii private and public build ings. THE NEW UMBRELLA! .Patent Silk. EXTRAORDINARY WEAL....

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RAILWAY TRAFFIC. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 31 December 1887

tRAIL WAY TlRAFFIC. Niw:\'i before was the IaIilway )lepartment' so severely taxed as (during the 1preset holiday season. The weather being delightful the passeuger traffic was simply enuor inous. On the whole the Department is to be complimented for the busi ness-like and satisfactory manner in which the arrangeimonts were coairried out. Of course, there are complaints loud Iand long in so01o quarters as to the Ihchles of the railway authorities. 'Complaints of overcrowding, of putting excursionists in sheep trucks, of carelessness at booking stations have boeen freely made. W\ith reoard to over-orowding, t.lhat is simply im possible to provent. It is unreasonl able to expect the department to multiply carriages and keeoop them in , idloness " for eleven mouths in the year that holiday seekeors may not have to rub their elbows against their neighbours. \Vith regard to the al l]oged negligenc at IBrighton Beach station, woe consider the complaint utterly unfounded. It fell to ourlot...

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SCIENTIFIC SEVEN-UP. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 31 December 1887

SCIENvTIFIC SEVEN- UP. Miss Tapioca Whalebone was, beyond question, the belle of Jimtown, and easily. wore the champion's belt for dark, oriental beauty. The highest style of dusky loveliness was hers, and she knew it, and everybody else knew it. She had so often carried off the prize at cake walks that competition had be come a farco, and she had finally dropped out of contest to give the other girls a chance. Her social position, too, was of the highest, as well it might be, in view of the fact that her father, the Rev. Whnngdoodle Whale bone, was the pastor of the prosperous Zion church of Jimtown. The daughter was regarded as nothing less than an angel in ebony, and sang alto in the choir, and all the young men einvied the bass and the tenor, thoulgh the former was a relic of the war of 1S12, and the latter was known to be so deeply in love with his voice that his heart could hold no other image. Suitors? Why. Tapioca Whalebone was absolutely encunmbered by them, until they beca...

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

LOCAL ITEiMS. 0 A tu.a? careful conrideration it. lits been decided to alter the form of the '. Leader" so as to make it morl easy to unfold and read in railway car riages. The altered form does "' not" mcann less but nmore "load l reading; matiter, as extra pagis will be added t. mIct r equirements asl they occ.r. Many exLpressions ,f opinion, nud the incro.sing demaud for this jurnai, convinci e usn that the. big, anid.ltliap iMolboutrne supplnemults, especidally otl?osecontail injg. advrtvlemnellts il-, sortes d. at a Tw rT:srIET, lEs5 COST thal thle prices charged "to. lods tiradesmen for the saime space, do not meet the - taste or wishes of tihe reading and diseriitinating public; while they are a direct iiljury to localtEanterprise. Accoun ItN to ai anOtlonleemtont recently made in these conlunus we expect very shortly to colmmence a series 'of historic and interesting articles on Brighton. The articles will be from the pen of an old and well-known resident, and will be read w...

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MY BURGLAR FRIEND. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 31 December 1887

MY BIURGLAI FRIEND. ..(BY".;M . M. JoNEs.) WIIEN I wai a tit?ig tiU S jlust stafltig in the town of Dixu~, I wass aLpp,'iitrld counsel by the collLt of a nc,.t,ciauns hurg lar, whi,, after having ingi beend a. tfrrur to our ountry:.had at .hst' been captured land was now awnit.iiln.trial . He was suppis, d to he loader of a ganl, and as I entered the lonll where hIo was confined, I expected to see art abatdoled looking rutlian cf Imiddleo age. Judge of my surprise,; then. to find myself in the presence of a mild-looking,. blue-eyed, flaxen-haired )outh of 'apparently not more than' two-and-twenty years; though I afterwards learned that at least a decade must be added to, that. My mlch-s'udied relose of mannler was rather shaken for a» moment,, but he at 'once came forward.; offered me a chair,. introduced. liitself' 'as Mr Brown., and asked for my name. 'I had previously known him as " Black Jack," a sarcastic appellation. I asuplose, oiln account .of ;his extreme fairness. On beiin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 31 December 1887

(LiAnited &.;: - .Lo anonnO;, OfficL?--Bishopsga : 8=.?.W, ithi : -:..:~: <. ":I' fl dnlnter owedo'l-sn- ? ti ED.0.DEOSTS Colnrnerd Bunk ofay 4`ha1teit1 Au ? li isedounted 0and Advan0es . -F rt kii ,'FMLBOURNEan LondonGlfico-.--Bishop aSCOTTIS thiI;u B O ANCD /'AU:S..T?RA EfAN :.CH: ARTERED ' - :icrporated by &Royl Charter 1c852)t aid npt Cepital,o weith powFer to • J, ihcrease to £1,500,000... ...£720,000 .""Rgenciesrofn ; B:a' :i..ned ... £220,000o, Els Discounted and Aick dvBrances Mde. S.? (ear atation.) B lg t Rtes.) DIrapftissated by Royal hartononr ice PaBrid upches apil agents pow toa Han atsrre nt Liability s of Eholders xchange. ilReserve, ut f nd Advncs md000 ,i (Near ailway SttManagdr. Draft:s.iroduon te Merchantsd Brighton' Produce Store. aid Wood nlud Coal Depot iT :BRADLEY AND SONS, . Late M, L; Macartucy, : AY STREET, BRIGHTON S(Opposite the BaptistPl l uj+}; ·. JJ:dowest M'arket Rilat o tH a kStraw ,Oats, Chaff, Brnea 7 jeot rd1 , Maize, W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 31 December 1887

Speciil Advertisements.i` IAPE R.IfA:N: IN' NGS Of Every Description from 2 d per piece, suitable . FOR ': Kitchen, Bcdroom, Hall, Dining or Draw . ingroom. NOTHING in-the1 town of Brighton to surpass them I .- AT ' MACPHE-I SON & LAWRIE Painters and Decorator, CH u RCH -, STREET, ,MIDDLE BRIGHTON. A-W T..,W- .. T A S The I 0 L . Decoration of the N -1, 9th C.entr. AlRTl ST I.,. SANITARYI. DIIURAIBLE. can be 'decorated to imitate Metal, Wood Terra-cotta or Majolica. Dade Decoratioiis From lid. to- (is. (id. per yard. Sanitary and other washable wall papers. Pavitit's Gold, Silver and Prismatic Bronzes. Windsor ald Newton's " Artists' Colors, Sable, Cable and HIog Hair lBrushes. Opal Glass, Plain and Ornamental Glass, Tinned Paints and Painters Materials for Sale. MACPHIIERSON & LAWRIE, * HOUSe DECORATORS, Undertake every Description of HOUSE :!PAINTING and DECORATING. All work executed in a first-class manner. The Address is CHU It C H-S TREET, M11I),L BItI(UrTON. A ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 31 December 1887

Wanted. ? ANTED.- First class S enan Lanu drebs wants wahling by the dIay Apply " Laundress," Post, Oillco Brighton. WTANTED,-Two Smart IIOYS. Oflico S of this Journal. W ANTED Smart Lad to drive and attend to horse. Itoferenccs. Apply Dean and Germon, Builders, St, .1\udrow's street. 1 OD. Strong General Bervant wanted G Apply, Modbury House, OGrpcnter. street, Middle Brighton. 7O LET.-Two newly creted shops ill .iBay.street, near Station. Apply, Mr. S. P. Bimmonds or Messrs J. Jenkins Jdn. and o,., Blrighton, rHE Excecutors of the Intc l uobert . Keys invito Tenders for the tpurchanso of this season's crop of Fruit. l'articulars, etc., may be obtained on the Iprmaisast FiMrvlew, South Brightu, Lp1cilI Adi'vCrtismcIIC nt VAILA.: - SSTATURDAY, 21s'r ;ANUArY AI AL-ST AB. AND SON Are instructed to sell the above vaitallu estate; situate at the corneri of 110 BEAUTIFUL NOll'riH RAD. and at. Kilda-street, opposite: to the well known property of Mrs. Virgoo, and ad joing that of Jolin Wh...

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BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30. Before Messrs Bent, Crook, and Sparks J's.P. DRUNKARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 31 December 1887

BRIIGHTON POLICE COURT. FIiIAY, ]DEcEMniEi 30. Before Messrs Bent, Crook, and Sparks J's.P. DIUNKARDS. TnOilAS Looney, charged with being drunk and disorderly, as also with using foul language, denied the latter, but admitted having taken a glass too much, was fined half-a-sovereign. : D. McQuilli was also charged with -:being drunk and disorderly. .Con,6trab?i Pateiron deposed that accuees j?diipied "infto ? ?trap that h liapened ;to be % s'lnitiu near the SNortl-rightoi ratsw t on and made off with it iii the direction-0 of Middle; Brighton. He followed and arrested him. Defendant said he had had been drinking and did not know what he was doing. Fined 5s. UNLAWFUL ASSAULT. W.. Sisson, Gardener, residing at -North Road, Caulfield, was charged by Constable Anderson with having :committed ani inlawful assault on G. Creswell, a resident of Middle Brighton. Mr. F. Stephens, junr., ap1ea.red for:the defence. G. Creswell deposed that he was a passenger by the 10 p.m. down train on Tuesda...

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AN ABDUCTION CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 31 December 1887

AN ABDUCTION CASE. -0- A?n' extraordinary case -of alleged abduction '.wias: reported by the Brunswick police to the .Russell strcot 'lbarracks early on Thursday after6nooi; anid the wholo of the City force ,weore apprised _ of the personral applearauic of a 'young man wearing. the dress of a imidshipman or ship's alpprentice, who was charged: with having,. iln. t determined and premedi tated manner, taken awnay from ]er home, in I)e Carle-street. Blrunswick, hlittlo girl only tw?elve years of age, named lose Ronch, the daughter of a laborer. Fromn the intelligence con voyed to Sergeant IBrown, iin charge of the Brunswick station, -by the adults who had gathered it from the companuions of Rose Rloach, who had been playing with her in I)e Carlo street shortly before the alleged ab dluition; :it seemeod that the young mtan in the sea-faring" attire appeared in 1)i . Carle-street-which is just at the rear of the police station-about two o'lohk, anid loitered about near the gamholing yo...

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