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A CLEVER SCHEME. DOUGLAS ADAM, IN THE SAN FRANCISCO NEWSLETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 5 May 1888

A CLEVER SCHEfE:.. DouorAs" AnaM, fJ TurB' 8dA 7irAscoreco' NEWSLETTEB. 'They, manage these things better in France, grace an: bon Dlen i'piously -ejacu. lated M.Dalignoan, ao he etnod at the door of his own shop, near the Louvre, finishing the account in the "Journal" of a successful jewel robbery in London. The story interested himo professionally as a jeweller himself, while as a good patriot he could not help congratulating his country On its superior pollce system. But at this point something in the street attracted the worthy man's attention, for be exclaimed, probably to himself, as there was no one eleo within earehot:. There heis again I If he l?oke this way I shall certainly do myself the honour of nowing to the good father 1' The object of this intended honour was a portly ecoleaiastio, on the opposite side of the way, whose merry eyes twinkled good humouredly in a rubicund face that pro claimed its owner no harsh asceti,o His clerical grab had rather a countrified out, a...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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DEAD MAN'S ROCK. THE FINDING OF THE GREAT RUBY. A ROMANCE BY Q. BOOK II. CHAPTER X. (CONTINUED.) TELLS IN WHAT MANNER I LEARNT THE SECRET OF THE GREAT KEY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 5 May 1888

.DEAD MAN'S ROCK. THE FINDING OF TTHE GREAT RUBY. iA Roxaiona xi Q. BOOK II. : CHAPTER X. (CO?NTxUED:)u I TEi'lIN WHAT MANNER I LEABNT THE ?'B "ECBEE OF THE GREdT KEY. '1vColUver must have read my thoughts, foa ?iolbked steadily at me out of those dark of his, and then said very slowly and iberately: a Mr: Trenoweth, it grieves me to taunt yuir miserable case, but do you mind my dar?nig that you are a fool ? :I-etmply stared in answer. -'Your father was a fool-a pitiful fool; andl-ou are a fool. Which would lead me, did I not know better, to believe that your gandfather, Amos Trenoweth, was a fool aso. 'Tsould wrong him if I called him that. He was a villain, a black-hearted, iifurderoue, cold-blooded, damnable villain ; uit: he'was only a fool for once in his life, and that.was when ho trusted in the sense of hia dasceaodants.' * HiiR voice, as he spoke of my grandfather, ' srauddenly shrill and discordant, while his eyes blazed up in furious wrath. In a econd. or two, however, he ...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 5 May 1888

$lt1 $£582 wilt Do iupubiae'd the ola trn " f t Fi:, ptere g a} . Sanl Excitino Tale, Oy ,ROBERT LOUIS TEVENSON, Thoe Author of !Transure Ilani,, etc. T:'1J..:.. E Btiad ed THE-OUTLAWi8 OF TUSTALL FOREST: i ROMANOE OF THE OLD WORLD. : B. $ .Bteoveneo l tbo' gre?tet living master of rOfOance,and to the inopiration'of fcott he adds the pbi. tyl? of Do .tlaocoy Mr. Stevensono' talus ItObablyoomtnand awldereclselo of readere than thoe, o ai Bother IvlF g writonr The present tale crrees he edetcbacktotbotlmeoltthe Wareof the Roles, when venhture' Was the dally matter, of English life. Whetheena a tory of Incident, a picture of character, Or a Startling revivification of the England oft the tIddleagee, theo ngland of Robin Hood and of Fruar THE OUTLAWS OF TUNSTALL W ol compare with any novel pbllahed lo this genera The-right of republishing The Outlaws of Tunatall oirei'etlo Victoria' has been sec?red by 'speoal ALragemoents with the author, and 'advance llps will e-able the tory to be pu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 5 May 1888

Colleges and Schools. "FINIs CORONAT ,OPUs.- o - O TBRIGHTON L AD1E COLLEGE (" Ellesmlere,") ST. ANDREW STREET, Near the Tewn Hall PRINCIPAL: r (Late of Clifton Hill Ladies' College)," I For several years teacher under the Board of Education, Assisted by MISS A. E. COX.~~ r English Literature and Mahathematcs, S. (GRENFELL, B.A., L.L.B. French and German, HERR OTTO MULLER. Drawing and Painting, .,J..F. JONES, EsQ., S 'Pianoforte, T. J. IoAMMOND,EsQ., Miss BURKITT, R.A.M., MRs. ORR., and Miss A.: E. COX :Calisthenics, MISSEs DICK and MOON. Resident Governess: MISS A, E. COX. "TERMS t i t T (Paysibli ii advance)- - Day Pupils: English'(as below), also Languages .. One and half to Four Guineas per Term Resident Pupils (under 12 years): English (as below), also Languages, . Music, and Painting ...j... ;... "-" Twelve Gnineas perTermg English (as below), also Languages, Music, and Painting Fifteen Guineas per Term ENGLISH in its various branches com prises Reading, Writing,iArithmetic (A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 5 May 1888

" . .ea)Di,?-bE b; gtcial Avertiscntents ,,.., ,kLALLOT AND WO OD'MiAS Sor 10 ,Chapel Street, 10 South Yarra, Prahran, windsor d?St. Kildi. Sow to Furmsh a 8-roomed Cottag'tfor £18 13s., for net cash: 4.03 Z. a",f 001's'a'-ii *OdIbnial8Sofs, with'unb'aRl': S.dolsters, , .. .-. r.;..-.. ;.'£ 7 6 Cdedi'Chiffonierc Safc, Polished 1 6 i 0 Six Cane Chairs .. ... . 1 4 0 Round Table ... ... .. 12 6 Table Cover. . .....,: ,; ,5 6 ?-'Fondeerarid Irons ... '"21 ' 6 Matting to cover room ..... 0 10 6 Hearth Rug. 'g ; ..;.'.."' .. 0 6 6 Cornice'Polo and Brackets .. 0 11 6 Slip Mat ... .6 -:rzfl:aizo.Beadstcad...-... .-- 1--10 Full-sized Flock1lMat~riabs 0 18 16 Flock B~olster .., : ."·Jrt u0. 6 ,0 F~o Flock Pillowvs . : 0 Was 'tii~d; ,i~ 1rowc~l Ranil 0 9 6 11 rv0 10 '6 OnoC ir Ch~ir 0 4 0 ToiliiEt Grisis ;;a' - ilyl' l 'Z g `0 1 K'itcdienir Table l3.4 -0 12 0 Meat Safe .. "" ,0.11' 6 We would call atteniion to Special Price ListLfqor;iousehld Furniture ..raw.ng.-room buniie. i?'J strongj .r?o...

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ELSTERNWICK SEVERANCE COMMITTEE. TUESDAY, MAY 1. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 5 May 1888

ELSTERHNiWICK SEVERANCE __-. COMMITTEEL :. TUESDAY .MAY-1: Present :--Messrs-Duigan-(chairman), ?cDiDrnoitt, Kirkhaim,;Ure, Siflcbok,i senr., Goodridge, ?.Vise, :Bahelor, IReid, Reyiolds F.inume, Coppin, ,:" : CotlEs'ONDENbOl. : From the Socretary of the De partiment of Public Works, imder ''"daic "of the' 11th ':"lt., stating with reference ito the peti-? tion.which,lias,.been, .presented;,..pray. :ng for inc. construction of a new municipality: out of: portions of the Town of Bri-'hton, the'Borough of St. Kilda and tle iShiro of Caulfield, thatthe Crown Ltnvi ;-Officers'. have .'advised the HIon. the Commissioner of Public Works that thcreo:is ii6 poi'er provided by the 'Local Government Act 1874 to enable the requeist' to be complied with, and consequently no action will be token on the petition.,,:i . ?.' Another letter from the same, under dlate of the.2Gth ult.,,st:atcd with re ference to your communication of the 21st April, asking for the reception of it Deputation-re-the-pe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 5 May 1888

{A NilnpAo, pnio and (hnrulcss roeumedy fIlat curcs ovory itnq, andl prgvonta,-dCllnso by kocpingtlho'blQod p 11ro,, st6ioma ronhlar,. kidneys nuid livor nctlvo, is thl gratoesl; blesslig Over conferred upon. 121ac--rlll r Soulo's Amerlcns 11op, ]Ulttotts {"t}t ht rcincdly, autl _ its~ ptorictoys , lrr . BingF blesscd by thounapc sf who av laetluf avo d Wqqd cured by ft; Will t'oia ýdy ib 8c' nrtother columnu. "Engle,'o E T None geonineo t.jd'ui f [lops on tho white lnbel! q ,pr1 ~). Nonjo's annn( blown'li thi ¢Bottle. 1 hEWAducR. all' the v)llo'p61sdno'ns~stmit shnn to' nilitrto4 thb nbiOvO. !''' 2"'·~;:·' ·:: J. G. YotNDsLL Cwuiultl1L Ilerbnllst 81 hliapel stroct Yrulirnn'. Qt~dbe$sutatnl'Fi co -(Advt,) S!!idliSpc~lui Advertiseiments: "?: , I)Ji ý,,Cl,·ir ·, ' T' E 'r':E ;.""?· . '/ " 'Zýýt,? b: b',:' ?': " n r . I " " : , U D.? '; AVI ;SON, : SBgo ,r? e.. : : :are ?d9?Q r 9tii ..i'lrlah Cll yot ci'nanofiqmoo w' CommemrcialiR;oa;d, º Usarsofqle . moderate price; ni1 .;ta iT T&...

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CRUMBS SWEPT UP. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 5 May 1888

CRUM. .SWEPT UP. '.An, :atchrhas beet? afrainged.betwebii the';usfralian elevenhandi-Mr.:!Thorn-" tdi'st'ea?il, at Norbui'y, boii tlie" 7th"0f! Afi accident occurred; at'itlhe SpencerJ street-railway-station-orr-Sattrrday tiing;T hi?y'd lih a'il'wl.g' guard tramb hýt,.withi, ao Eours 7a teo-i wards succumbed to his injuries. • :' 0 i glkeiq. l? a eiritimated-l s iutentijonof serecting:a.lnew .cathedral ia,uiLiverpo'dl, iit?.btioostl 'of aliout. L250, 000. .o?,si,!tl ,Tlho,:.Curt,,of,.Appeal1_- aseldecided' that ,incomes-i of riustralidhnicolonmits iilt EnglaridriicoruihgrliiT ) tlekt;colSils, ut which are not tem tcgyto ( Pi, Jgand, axe exempt from the. operation of thea income tax. .rC One of t?n devenlng , Iains from IMordialloen .to the city' j;ior Saturday !evening was o eran.hour behind time in. arrivin r,,, at,' r P"r ces bridge_ stiEon, hiayingp Pn,offthel rails. g At the St. FKilddt' Fourt o.Friday labourr`; was;oi}argea;,wit iv;assa ulting Thomas Gal pp; a fellow, lahoiurer...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 5 May 1888

POST OFFICE AND TELEGRAPH DEPARTMENT. MELBOURNE, I2TI APRIL, 1888. • |?NER wilI he eceived 1vntil'12 TLocelon l'rsi oqyi l.b rom the Parcel Ofllce, Melbourne.and their distribution at addresses within the under mentioned districts for a'period of one or three years from from let July next: 1. Melbourne. 2. East Melbourne, Richmond, Joli mont Abbotsford, Collingwood. 3. Fitzroy, Clifton Hill, Carlton, and Hotham. 4. North Carlton. North Fitzroy, and 5, Pra k4il.. iRoyal Pak 1 nBrunswick, I~oreland, and Coburg. 6. Moonee Ponds, Flemington, Essen don, Ascot Vale, Newmarket, Hotham Hill, and Kensington. 7. Footscray and Yarraville. 8. Spottiswoode, Newport, and Wil liamstown. 9 Hawthorn, Kew,-Olenferrie, Auburn, Camberwell. 10. South Ynrra, Toorak, and Hawks burn. 11. Prahran and Windsor. 12. St Kilda and Balaclava. 18- Malvern, Armadale, and Caulfield. 14. Elsternwick, Elwood, North Brigh fti c.on- ah tdiddle Brighton. '- - 15. South Brighton and Brighton Beach. 16" South Melbourne, Po...

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FOOD AND MEDICINE FOR CHILDREN No 11. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 5 May 1888

FOOD ANi Mv DIOINE FOR CHILDREN Statistical riters tell. us. and "we ace bound to believe. them,- that :cri siderably more than a quarteoi of the children'bornin this country die before they':reach the age of five years. Philosophers on the other hand hint that ihe living world has no reason to. regret siich .mortality : for say they if the :population of the world goes on increasing tit the present rate, in some= what under a thousand years there will. hardly be room for the people to 1vye on the face of .the earth. We ouxselves, are not so sure of this, and we?meldom trouble to think .about it,, but of~ionetii g wive:. do 'i: certafii, and "feel! is just the right word.to ex press'my -maning.- namely that ther is something about the helplessness and i~corivenienice of a lchild that draws us as withaspell, and compels us gladly to do all we can toprotect it frop .a per andk6 asest it in livinhgn gýt Philosophers may drive one way, but instinot;aiid nature.'pulbthe other, and so in ...

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THE LEADER. JUSTIC TO ALL. SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1888. FISTERNWICK POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 5 May 1888

THE LEADER. JUSTICE TO ALL. :S 'ATURDAY, MAY 5, 1888; ELSTERNWICK POST OFFICE. Eon some time past the Elsternwid!' Improvement Committee lhiMvea: had under.discussion the question of-a'site for a local Post'and;:'Telegraph ,otlice! The oldiPost ofice building,T under the able: management of ! Mrs .Atkinson; has nhot only served: fits' -day) .and! generation, but is situated> at such':a distance ;from! iwhat ,,is nowi :but; .the ,nucleus of.a, thrivingt and;, gd-a-head tiownship;, inwclose' contjguity tb Uithe :station, that it takes :but? de:drll::peri .ceiver of passinig ,eventsi to doiiclude that a miore centrtil , and; convenient site minust' be:procured, and that.; w\ith outdelay. Some little time :agBia site at the corner of Horne and: Rusdein streets wvas under offer at; tiwenty-four pounids per foot,. this,i: it: appears,! is not now available,ibut a block oi athd opposite side': has been, offered,;for which the vendor wants more 'than louble that amount. . Recently an ,In...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 5 May 1888

-- LOAL-ITEMS.: ?:_..---? On and after Monday next a new time table for the Victorian railways will be 'issued for the better regulation of traltio. The alterations in the service of both the country and suburban lines will be con side'rble, I.bit .as /regards ?the'] traies' ultilisod by our readers the following ard tho,:eniost ihibi'ortart< -alteratiois::'-Th train now leaving'Phiioes Bridge for Sale and branch lines at 6.421a.m. will be dis 'continued, and replaced by one leaving at :7.5Q, which will go through to Bairnadale, arriving there at..4.42.,p.m. The 4.32 ,train instead of going from Melbourne to Sale as formerly, nwill itlip)i~t all stations on route to Warragul but will not go .beyond that station.:. Another,,train ivill leave town at 5 40 .p.m. for Warragul, stopping only at Berwick en route. Leaving there at 8.5 p.m., it will proceed to Bairndalej 'topping' at all' stations 'iy the sway, and arriving-there- at .1.35, a,. in.. eithea .at, Berwick oort~VWarr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 5 May 1888

-Near the Railway Station- Elsternvwick. --o ROBT. BYERS, .3* t tinag]J'g s:.isiiiidrp patFiilirfof, Elsternwick, Caulfield, Elwood, Bala c _lfiy;, .'IStiV'Kilda;-Brighton;-eto:-etc.fo4r: the favours conferred upon ;him durIng the first Six Months he" has de~i-? --Busiiess..in the-aboveaSuburb,..beg iiforýf theni that ho li-r determined on e . Spe ind ?a learance. Al Goods marked in Plain Figures P•icesDefy Cbmpetition. . i D g akg in " all" its" branchs .Fit and Style Guaranteed.:' . S,'Ui RLOTIIG nmo SPECIALIYv. SFounR WVEKs' SALE - COMMEINCING SATURDAY. Address ROBERT BYERS, Gle Hitntl. Road, Elsternwick. IE L T RANtWWIO'K GROCERY STORE W. COt:INSt Families ited oni ?aily S' m ily?.Godralte iceL. - T . COOK , FaiGeneral- House , Paintery Decorator,.& Good -Workniinship. and- iest Miatcrials S nuarantecd. High Street, .Armadale. ::, . Estimates Givcn. TADIES,? the,-New- Goods; are jutst opens.fo tliei `coming !geason. Try and maike it convemnient to comine and see them.* I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 5 May 1888

- IT Aatso .Capital ......~.. £38,000,000 Sl satnoits Capital . 3, . 0000 Pldj" ,. .::... .. .... ,00000 l< Y ?-': .. ..." ... 6o000' I ." ?A O cE-30 COLLINS ST. W.,, . MELBOURNE. L?npdon Oflice--Bshopsgate St..Witbhi? corner of Lesdenh.allstreet, E.C. "B$riaHON BRANCH-' Interest allowed on FIXED DEPOSITS hTighest current rates. .... :DRAFTS on London office, branches and -agencies of the Bank issued at.lowest 0 ` rates of exchange. '-Il Discounted and Advancei Made. I W. M'Farland, Manager. Special Advertisements. A.; JOSLYN, "HlkQUSE! Eý PAINTER AND DECORATER, 17 COMMERCIAL PnAD, !7 Prahran, ON SALE, LOWEST PRICES*: n;l:j-qi1.. TRADE SUPPLIED.., '[ P verhangiings, Leads, Oils, Colers Varnishes, Glass and Sizes, ALL' COLORS.; ^r `T; "C.nmtio:Soda, Shellac, Brushware, Spirits;. &.;o &o. azin? f orithe':: Trade. - .-Produce Merchants,--: ? ,?IN hton Pro.due Sto-re and V1 Wood and Coal Depot 88RA LEY-ANDO 2S U _ Late M, L, Macartney, " 3BAY STREE.T, BRIGHTON...

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QUEEN VICTORIA'S CORONATION. AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF MISS MARTINEAU. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 5 May 1888

QUEEN VIOTORIA'8 CORONATION. AuTromnIoGPHiA ' Miss" MA1UT,?INThU. i IWAs at her coronation= :- and great is= the .witiddoi with' which I have looked bak t~to e?i:thi. eiterpiso ever sinceo. I hid nod?the'slightdst desire to go, but eyery. rlngtibon stay at honme; but i?'was t?e only coronation likol?yitohap p on ýn lifetfiqme;, rd it wassa-olo-a d'dnty~-Jte wvitness Aif tI was quite aw re;tat,. ha i pygs an oo Soaosgn,(]. " liov@ the..aynly_ one) won, "which.a lady oould:benlone inlpublio, without improprietyor.. inconenience.;. aud I lkne?w of seveiral daughiters of peeresses'whoi vrev .iOl iWsngly1 to different: parts iof the ~ ,Aboy,; theii' tickots:beinig for different places in, thbe building., Tickets -were 'dfferedi me-foro theitwo liothoift'then 'in`teilidoni; abuti they-were forctho n mhve,;anidtlliadi thloi luck of;'onie fo. the transept.gallery.: ' The streets had liedges ofipolicedfromi our little streaet ;to-ithe .igates uioftthe., Abbey; auidnone werd allowed to pass? ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 5 May 1888

Auclioneer. Wi1 LOOKER SONS, : 1>,?.,1 colnius.st. East, . :.i, y.i;((Next to Victoria Coffee Palace) ,-~ l :-"Braniclhl' Oic atoalcltelh ' eTrust>moneys.to lend.ihnlargeoir small sums) without, dblay at lowestourrentrates.n TValuations promptlyrmadc: di i , • Auotion: sales .of property,' stook, ianid' furniture: :, , ,Rents,i' .,interests; 'and -dividends collected.. .. t Having been appointed . the ?'Eastern'. Branoh, Agency of .the Guardian,, Fire Asisurance, Company, of Londoii, "e can' effe6t Insurances at. the . lowest .crrepu :,Pie lhave some 100 properties, on,our book? , among which are the followiing,,,., Farmlls. MULG.RAVE,- 2'. miles !' from .,akleigh, ,12 acres,,part orchardin full,,bearing; ulicer easterly, selope;,, i all, cleared, ,;per: m anen?,,c!oeek,, through, ,corner.;:.,o£ p? roperty . Price, £300. Teorma enay, , S?A?IEE W.iRANI--Frontinig .Wellington road] anid another, roadi 120 acres: box timber, good grazing land, 5 miles from station: .' £5 per'acre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 5 May 1888

JAMES MITCHELL, Bookseller, Stationer, & News Agent, KOSKY'S BUILDINGS, HIGH STREET, MALVERN, Late of 10 and 334 Smith Street. Oollingwood, fieing assaured of the want of a good Bookeolling, Stationery and Noweaasnoy Bueinese in the District has oponed at abovo address with a full and woll.aolectoe stook. 'e trusts that by attoution to business, solection and quality of goods, and lowneas otfprico to ensure support and respectfully solicits an early calL IN.B.-All tho daily and weekly papors and English periodioals kopt on hand. = ---.- Agent for the Argu.,-- f ri PIAIIQFORTI&OR d AfE l8 I ' PIANOS! PIANOS ORGANS! ORGANS!. W R. FURLONG ; Professor of Music at the Melbourne * Teachers'. Training College, HAS ON SALE pI .A 11T O as. By Bechsiein, Ronisch, Schiedmaper, Lipp.Aucher, Bord, Schroer, TVilmer, &c. o Agent for the Celebrated . MIGNON PIANOS, 'CLOUGH arid' I WARREN ORGANS, .&o. NOTICE THE EASY TERMDS- Instrument Value+ Cash, ?£450; Monthly: fli...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 5 May 1888

THE Ctv 0R?'a .LAoI tCOMPAY.:T I)TCD " OOLLIN .SET AST 1 ''' i~aOcrtL.ed, ~£50oi ,0 . Plsldup, £110,000.!; : eserve . . nd, 470.000. : , .: "on. H.LDaTleg, V.P.. William Bowený Esq.; J.?" ..:. r John Moodle, Req. INTEBtET ALLOWED on DEPOS , f} per cent, parannu m for ysre - Payable hal?• : S . . , . , , l m onth s , ",y e rlyy, . . ca .. raEEHODI, PROPSRTI. ,S n Melbourne and Suburbs PURCHASED. FoeSALE t In all the Leading Sebuore. ' A USRALIAN MUrUas RoUV1 DNT SOIETY. Director of the Vlteorlan Branch: A S. Sing. Iiq., Ohalrman. ThoneosAletoo, 6@q;, J.P. James Urlce,eq, . Th bhHon.Slr Jameo Ua.Baln M.L.O." . o' Tie hHoD. W. A. Zeal,L ,;!,: . n ,; NO OTHER AUSTRALIAN LIP" OFTICE DIVIDE A poltly can be effBooed in the. Mutual 'Provident society asR LeaS unIT than t ANY No rAg.I. tralaiean LlifoOFlFiOC, as the LUNU£SB allotted' are LARtDER than thoe oeclared by any other ooo e inB the w ld. Invested Funds, Seven MlllloneStelleg. N. MAINS, Re0. ocr.. 100 ulIlng ste weBalh .: Q SDROUTORS...

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BRIGHTON FREE LIBRARY COMMITTEE. WEDNESDAY, MAY 2. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 5 May 1888

BRIGHTON FREE LIBRARY COMMITTEE. -0------ WEDNESDAY, MAY: 2... Present--essrs. Burrows (president), Bent, Cotterill, Darvall, Drew, Francis, Hughes, Haybal, Le Mare, Lloyd, McKenzie,: Miller,. Orford, O'ghea, Reid, Sratall, StBveris,'and Webhi. OOURiESPONDENOE. From S. P. Simmonds, stating that the, block .of land donated by RMrl Hayballisiteate in ,losebe-r' Ayenue, had aR'roiitag'o of 50 ft. 9 in."by'a depth of 132 ft. It was agreed to instruot the agents to effect a sale at £2 10s. perfoot. T Ni ESMBROGTTO. :rhe Secretary stated that notwith standing the motion and the caution given's lh~ifiot i? the Book- Comfmiitte &c., for the approval of the full com mittee. He considered it to have been ,a most uncalled for action on their `part. He had seen two or three of the Book Committee, and arranged for a meeting at his office at Elizabeth Street, Melbourne. None of this com mittee turned up; a'ind 'yet 'blooks lore procured, ard \placed -upon,""the table. He did not believe i...

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OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, MAY 2. Before Mr Hare, P.M., and Messrs W. R. Looker, Jordan and Irving, J.'sP. MISDEMEANOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 5 May 1888

;?-OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. -0 *'- S XW VEiNESDAY, 'M' v 2. Before Mr Hare, P'.M, and Messrs W. R. Looker, Jordan and Irving, MISDEMEANOURS. A..;Bates, for making , use of bad languago at :the Forresters': Arms, was fined £2 or 7 days'; F. Lockett, for insnltin gbehaviour, had to pay £3 or go toigaol for 1'4 days; H. Page, a youth of 16, for.- disturbing the Sal vation Ar~mywas fined £1; and W. Tavers, for insulting.behaviour in the Army-Barraicks had to pay double that amount,: :iv ilst a similar fine was meted oiut toS. Sasmith 'for wilful ex posure. A PUBLICAN IN TROUBLE. i?iilliain~' HenryGregory, licensee of th'e fori'esers' Arms Hotel, Oakleigh, appeared to answera chlirge of Sun day trading. Defendant was also char ed with having his bar door open during pirohlibited hours. Constable Gray found two men with 'glasses of ale before them standing at a pigeon hole inthe passage. The bench con sidered the charge: of Sunday trading proved;,and imposed a fine of £5 or 14 days' impriso...

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