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ELSTERNWICK IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE. SPECIAL MEETING. FRIDAY, APRIL 27. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 5 May 1888

SI ELSTERhNWICK KIMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE. , h VSPECIAL MEETING. FRIDAY, APRIL 27. iPresent-Messrs, Reid (president), i Te, .Sincooks, senr., Kirham, ) |B3achelor, "Wise,'and Reynolds.', SSIDING AT ELSTERNWICIC; STATION. SThe Secretary stated that onaccount of his seeing that. the.. works at the siding had been only temporarily sus pendec he had not sent the letter ,(as petr Iast 'ri'6ting's' niiii.te) :'tb the Departnment.--oinoiidedi with. WICIKET GATE AT 'STATION. SThe Secretary said he had receiced no further intimation re the applica tion 'for-a-gate'ifor 9the'?-Gardeni,'Val 1resideniOQ ,ifi I re Wihed;'3for.?M r Speight to carry out his promise to visit and inspect the proposed sugges. tion, and act oradyiseithereon jas lhe thought just. LETTER PILLARS. Nothing fiuitlii1ayiibeen heard from the Department re a letter pillar for Garden Vale Estate other than that the request would receive attention it. was decided to .:await further developmenit, aiid6 shoidld tiie bV6'i'e quiredr ...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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THE SECRET OF ALEZANDER. (THE SPECTATOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 5 May 1888

THE .8EOUET OE ALEXANDEB5 (Trm asortroa.) The discovery of the sarcophagus of Alex. ander at Saida, i Syrlia is, It truly reported, an interesting incident. but it will not help the Ithftorian much. The body has almost certainly perished, or if it were embalmed, we shall learn from seeing the mummy little that we did not know from coins nod statues, and the tradition which has lived so long and burned seo brightly. What men now desire of antiquarians .and explorers is to find for them now facts which may reveal to them more fully the personality of the wonderful boy with Shelley's face made strong, the first of European mankind who broke by force into the secluded life of Asia, and so stamped the impression of himself into two continents that to the Arab who knows nothing but his own legends, and the Hindoo peasant who knows nothing at all, his name is as familiar as to the European. We know in an unua0. ally minute, and so to speak, intelligible way, the sources of his power; we kn...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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Why Fronch Novels Sell. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 5 May 1888

Why Fronoh Novels Soel. The "Neo Age" publishes an interview with M. Vipont, one of the largest purveyors of French literature in London, from which we take the following extracts:-Zola, it appeare, sells far the beet of the French noveliste, though Daudet comes next; and of Zola's works " Nana" sells beet, but all sell largely. " You see," said M. Vipont, " Zola has such a terrific name for realism and nasti. noes that anything he writes is bound to sell." "Is it, then, to his nastiness that he owes his successe' " Chiefy, I think. Anything which is nasty will always sell, and all French novels have the name of being nasty, whether they are or not. No French author can hope to get on nowadays unless he is thought disgusting." " But Zola surely has some other attributes, M. Vipont? A wonderful power of analysis an epigrammatio force, a keen observation. wit, eloquence--" "Ah, yes, yes ; I dare say he has, no doubt ! But the public buy him because he's nasty ! 200,000 copies of 'Nana...

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STRANGE EXPERIENCE WITH A MENAGERIE. (NEW YORK SUN.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 5 May 1888

STRANGE EXPERIENOE WITH A MENAGERIE. (YEW TORI sut.) s . I was one of the crew of the African coast log brig Antelope, and on one voyage from Masimba to Cape Town we pat in at Quilt mane for water, some of our casks having been stove. We had scarcely made fast at a wharf when a German came on board to offer us some queer freight. He was an agent of a great wild animal firm at Hamburg, and had just come down to the coast with a rare lot. There was a black two.horned rhinoceros or borele, thro lions, two panthers, and three monstrous serpents. He had expected to find the firm's ship at this port, but through somrn misunderstanding she had not shown up. He wanted to gea the animals to Cape Town as soon as possible, and wds willing to give us a good price to take them. We were chock full below hatches, and the idea of taking the cages on deck was far from pleasant. The agent was a persistent fellow and a good talker, and before we had our water in the captain had decided on taking the f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 12 May 1888

Primps and Irrigation Plant* Send to John Danks and Bon, 42 Bourke street west, for what you require. Pumps and pipes of all descriptions alwaye'on hand, ready to he sent away on the shortaqt notice -(ADIT ) On a recent day in New York city five men were picked up in the streets of one police precinct either dead from " aloonolism" or so nearly so that they survived their removal to the hospital only a few hours.

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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STORIES OF THE DEAD EMPEROR. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 12 May 1888

STORIES OF THE DEAD EMPEROR. A distinguished correspondent of the "Kolnasohe' gives some personal reminis cences of the Emperor William, whom he has often met on the shooting expeditions which until very recently formed the chief amusement of the Emperor. Shortly after the Franco German war a party of sports men assembled for pheasant.shooting. When, shortly before starting, the Emperor joined them, some of the younger members bers were rather confused at being brought face to face with his Majesty, who, in his low shooting cap, looked very different from the commander in the high military hat whom they were wont to admire from the distance. One of the sportsmen addressede the Emperor in his confosion as "Your Excellency," which greatly amused the latter, who replied, " Excellency? Well, I am an Excellenoy to, and it is a very pretty title." Breakfast was taken at a small shooting bx, where the Em..eror delighted the old forester's wife by his pleasant chat. She was especially proud...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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CRICKET. NORTH BRIGHTON CRICKET CLUB. BATTING AND BOWLING AVERAGES. SEASON 1887-88. BATTING AVERAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 12 May 1888

CRICKET. NORTH°- BRIGHTON: CRICKET' CLUB?:,` BATTING AND BOWLING:. AVERAGES, ! 'i 'EASON 1887-88. :'' c. ,? G AýERA.G -- IYf -,r_ A:,,, Nm No. on { R?c" Higehost. 'Aver : e . .in'nars.l-- , .-Scorc.d "agoe. A. ISpedding - 18 8352: . 182' .271 F. Miller' al 118 -380 . 87- "19;7 : J. G.Hook 21" 8309 *-56 16.0 A.;Flo~t : '18: 189 271 1'1187; J..D. Cochrane .12 .,11 38: 10.11 J. Wise" 10 83 31 10"3 W. Hall, . . 19" 148 * 45' 90*4 E.Horan . 11...,8 26 78' I.' Mcl)owal "13 93 45, 7*2 J,.Loller. .9 ..41". . 165w ' 0.1 IT. Wehsack '10" 0:40: * 19.' i4.4 G. Butcher 10 28 * 9 3"4 M. Miller. 14 46 8" 8?:34' :W. Float t6 l5 G G:. Reves "0 23 8 " : . 2"5 C. Kennner 7 14 * 7 2?:4 ' ' *Signifles not out. :. 110W LiNG AVERAGE. u.i" - No. of Wick- Are: : .'? " . .".. 1r) lt ' Ru { VotO' , age. 1. Loller 144 30 11 2.0 J.1 G. oorie "'216: :"G6 21 ¢*12 A. 'Float -.5 G.)G. '-238 39 5 43 B. M'I)owal 912 114 61 i54.1 J. Wise . . 48 .184.. 28 l6.16 A, Spcdding 94 2 7 7 3 G .:Butchir 66 18 2 900 J;.). Cochr...

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FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 12 May 1888

FOOTBALL --0--- North Brighton played South St. Kilda last- Paturday at Albort Park, and suffered defeat by 2 goals; -5/ bohinds"to 1 goal, 8 behinds' They !syt fit9of ! peragoqmpoed{ a fact, that their opponents'.2 goals were ki?k?d 1iy2;'"?o their o ii supporteih.' Smith;"Shied?'? Fl6at,; -iad Brooks played wellefoi the'N6iif"Wi ?' =. NORTH I1RIOIITON V. EAST ST. KILUA JUNIORS. This match will be played tlhis after ,nooe ,il' thiq o lst., y,,,lto.a North teamI flrr,.rx3oaks, ]$utclhe, 'rook,!Callow, Oun ingh'aIlo'ore, Millar (2), M?ni'sh, Mastin, -Reeves, Sheedy, Smith, Solan, ,hitney, !Wise, Woods,,awiVdWebsack. Emergenoies--Rowve, I~uddl', an'al: Bennett (

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CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 12 May 1888

CHURCH SERVICES TO-IMORROW. Sresbyterian.-Brighton;, Rev. M"Mr. ' ,El~ternwick.-Rev. J3. Hay, 11 and 7 Oheltenhamn 3,- Mentone, 11, and Mordi alUoe, 7, edv R. 1. FoIrges. SCaulfield; Rev. H. 11. 1Macartney, 11 and 7 :Armadale, Rev.:F. Webb.` , Elsternwick, Rev. P. Bailhache. Malvern, Rev. C. J. Godby, 11 and 7. Oakleigh;, Rev. T. H. Rst. Brighton Congregational,-MIorninga:and evening, Rev. 3 Rickard. Maliern, R1ev: . .moon, 1 .and7i., Oakleigh, Rev. J. Fl Gaitiniway, 11 and 7 Wesloyan e - ithodist Brighton, .11 Rev. C. Newman and 7..Rev J. iB.I Smith. Elsterniick--11 Priemitivce Mothodist-South: Yarra, B13ev C. Anthony, II, nid,., 7 . i:, : "North BrighLton, Rev., 1,, Clarke, 11 South Brighton; Riiv:. Warner, 11, S a n d 6 . 8 0 (, ,. : East Brighton--Rev. Bil; Wibberly, 3 and 7 Baptist hubarch-Brighton,Rev. S Howard iChri stian Chapel--Brighton, 11 and 7. :Clheltenhiam, Mri' oodnerei; 7 , . Union Churo-Odaulfleld; Be. J; Gregson" Un on , Chlipel--Sonhli" lrightoi aftoer roniia.n R....

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GIVEN UP BY THE DOCTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 12 May 1888

GIVEN UP BY TIE DOCTORSn : " Is it possiblo that Mr Godfrey' isup and, ,at..wvork,- and....ard. .. y-eo.stinplo a "1 risap? y?uftihat he is ofitirely Mii?red,' iHlthpnothiig, ii ,DrSopule~.gtlr cican IHop Bittore; g'nd.oily toen days ago his dootors .Bvo hlit up,auP4 id ho must, dio I'o Is u W, Well.a-day " T'his is remarkable I"' I ,willigI thiu.day and "getosomofor, zy poor George. laknow hops are good. ' Post." .4 .,,,r:I

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ELSTERNWICK SEVERANCE COMMITTEE. SPECIAL MEETING. WEDNESDAY, MAY 9TH. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 12 May 1888

;i ELSTERIIWICK 8"EVERANCE;a , Si: , COMMITTEE.. , j/'.SPECIAL MfIEETI?G. FW VDEDYE;Si MAill T .i . Present Messrs.Masters ((harman), Reid, Ure, : Reypoldu,,Baohelrs, cocks. ni., `Wise, Kir lidajj san in r T. IT DEilUTAi IN0?., h The secretary said the mneeting had 'beei: clleed for the .purpose bf making arrangements- for" the :Depiittion to aton,th ihon; .The 4tthrnev Gene. ral. . He >:then ;read a letter tfrom tieI GOrown: Law"' Office,; whichai as to the teffect that' Mi"r Trixe would .'receive tl'e ,Deputation at 3p.m. onl Pir?a the i1th inst. "',;: t ' .hr. Reid apologisefilf?r:tJ absence of Mr, Duigan and thei'secretry said .that Mr M'r)enrmott wan out of town or he would bave been present? Aftbr: a lengthy "discussiibn it was decided that the hon.' Mr Bell should be asked to introduce theo Deputation to the Attorney (honoral; that the other members for the district bei invited to aicopnpainhy them,. and, thlit afessrs Reid and iowan eshould 'sai; thle care and that Mr M'D...

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DESPERATE ENCOUNTER IN THE WEST INDIES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 12 May 1888

DESPERaTE ENOOUNTER IN THE WESP INDIES. Few of us living under the sunshine of civiliation, and e. joying the bleesinigs of t, e aoci. and isaon teio advanoements of the present age, can bring ourselves to realise the hard.hipe, ir ale, difficultts, and dangers of thoee w" o seek thelr fortunes in new aud foreign o no.t'e-s Tne woode ,ul and startling experienoes io the E.at and Weit I-dies, as related br Mr R Wilson Jones. of B-rker's-road, KLw, a p ominen oitewrn, ano a gentleman whose hsne"nse and soacsl standing places his veracity tbeyoud refutation, ourtainly verify roe assertion that " truthb is stranlger than bhctoo." There are probably many readers of thfl paper who have had hai.abreadtn escapes, tand esen been called upon to look ne.th .tsrnly in the face, but a mparatively tew oatese the presence of mind oxh bited by Mr: Joees; at the same time. to his modese , h brow. him-elf into the background, and iiu tavoure to impress upon as the value and importat.ce of a careful c...

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ABSTRACT OF AUCTION SALES. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 12 May 1888

,.In ý, r' TIjIt, DAY. Messrs. E. J. Livon and Son,-tailuable ;t }(t pr9 erty,;ewt ishan road, J'near' Mir, IV. Smithers Claud.-b'orbtythrpo beautiful allotments near Clayton's road raiwaygit45iaOfll -" NICXT '1'UI'J3DAY. { ~spsy1VsTaqnoa Martin and Co.=-41ngIo i jl iu(re and offecti nt £inth road,, Toan UBrig ýq% I.Xhl! ý.ý.ýjEXTýVýº b'I fdA ýºXfit Messrs. *., Vale and Bong e aubnrlgn" t , a rlghtpµ aIiroom E :ll9y e ýldn~q 11) 11 s t it1o'a room .

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ELSTERNWICK DEPUTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 12 May 1888

EL8TERINWIOK DEPUTATION. . - - ---0--- A depitation' introdtced by the ';ior3.'1J: BeTll e, EeT;.A., and con jigti.g. of d\Bsgrs ovwan, bluigan. Reid, Kirkham, Masters, U'e, and others representing the Elsternwick .Severance Committee,waited dpon the hon:ith oAttornuy Geiieral yesteirdity. 'The were licconniPatbiedby Mr Dobson, J. Dougharty and other notablbs. Mr Bell in introducing the deputa rtionMis#stati?det nt thelrsobject in ap Vr46Ia?lill tlil hOdi thoeAtbtorneyGene ral was to lay befo'e himi' fats' figures &c., in connoetion with a desire eminating frr? a-duly coveneF meet-. in~gof tthe oresidents of Elsternwick held on the 19thnf February, at wliicha at which meeting they arrived at -thd= ionclusion'to°ormatea"so arate muli ppailt yithiancerta blunt~s. --Ir Reidy Busth ast thie Attorney General had just been infor?.edi''a meeting of the residents of Elsteri wick hal t?' aeery large majority de cided thait i~' was desirable to fopmn Elsternwick into a; separate munic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 12 May 1888

Notice to Advertisers Atid a .y.. r , orreo po doueu ,. ' .ht.:+! SA iAvertlenn s eitcs i i r Inecrtlon.in this Paper should reach our office not later than 5 p.m. on F'rl. , daypand alterations. and additions 1td" I ~tn lndig Advertisemiehti not aInter than noon on Thursdays to ensure attentioniil; Correspondents forwarding Cfliunt 0- --?uýi?&d., o? ilany otherhtelfi gc l M locl ira portanco are requested to foreeariith1s'i same as early as possible, but apt later , t*saen ~apon on Thurposla,ygd to writeo.'d SIrxN, young,and o1ld,, narrit o lo snuforlnB irony Norvois D)ebillty, P r mnInro D)aaoy,!jose oQf..nidoaj,,W tal Powvra and anlI'diaensas of the crdnto' Urinlry' i ýxa q>ýkgiýýlrvnu yý,valuable trpig tisq .by am em neut:S irgoon, boxktatIn 1hU~ *itoatpaa ".ttor' tog 1. n a B bj%;let -lE1·:r (WY" DAY;IES AXND''Ni iSElyIE1.` SAUOCTIONEERi HOUSE,?.LAND &. ESTATE .AGENTS j, j( h{ýrps Buildings,,,Ql tferrie Road, AnyI,, ...'. .V ER'. re NR 9t, Aidl 75, &i...

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A SIGN OF INSANITY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 12 May 1888

A SIGN OF INSANITY. An Irishman over the age of four score and ten, who by strict economy had accumulated a modest fortune, and was about to die, called in the parish priest and the family lawyer to make his last will and testament. The wife, a grasping, covetous old party, was also in the room. The proliminaries of the will having been concluded, it became necessary to inquire about the debts owing to the estate. Among these were ceveral of importance, of which the old lady had been in ignorance, but was nevertheless pleased to ind that so much ready money would be forthcoming after the funeral. ' Now, then,' said the lawyer, 'state explicitly the amount owed yon by your friends.' ' Timothy Brown,' replied the old man, 'owes me £50; John Casey owes me £37; and - ' ' Good, good !' ejaculated the prospective widow; 'rational to the last I' Luke Bowen owes me £40,' resumed the old man. ' Rational to the last I' put in the eager old lady again., 'To Michael Liffey I owe £200.' 'Ah I' e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 12 May 1888

WIT AND HUMOUR. NOT A BIT FUNNY. No, 'but true insteadl What? That Genuine Magic Soap washes clothes in twenty miUatoe without rubbing. See' that every bar has stamped on it 'A heart pierced with an arrow,' else you get some imitation, and risk the ruin of your clothes. Solo makers, The Victoria Soap and Candle Co., Geelong, L. Stevenson & Sons Limited, Oontinulng the hubinese of L. BTZVENSON and 8ONB, Established 1828. Head Office: 14 Flindors Lane East, Melbourne. _ CAPITAL, ?300,000. Incorporated under the Oompanlea Statute, 1864. DIBEig.ORB: The Hon. O. H. James, IL..0.; the Hen. Edwa· Lengon ; J. Lloyd Roberte, Seq., B.Murray 8mi&, Seq., 0M..0. In addition to their ordlnary business, will be pre· prepared to execute lNDSNT4 for ALL OLASSES of MEBOHANDIBZ, And will undertake AGENIS18 either for BUYING or SE.LLNG." the company are open to receive depoltls at favourable rates. 000RB STBEVENSON Managing 0. F. BRIND Directorsg BIRBiORT 4TEVENtSON Directori. L. 0. g 8...

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Scraps. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 12 May 1888

Soraps. The Madras presidency in India contains 700,000 native Ohrietians, or an average of twenty-three Christians out of every 1,000 of native population. The sum of £500 has been given by " Thank. offering" towards the extension of Victoria Honese oms for Working Girls. by adding to it the adjoining house, 137, Queen's road, Bayswater, thus providing, in the dual house, accommodation for sixty young women. It is proposed that a new trunk railway should be made from London to Edinburgh and Glasgow in the north, and to Southamp. ton and Plymouth in the south and west, Cardiff breakers of the law have to beware I The" force" numbers 120, and the lowest standard at which men have been admitted in 5ft. 10in, The sixteen additions. on lately were all over Oft. The hearts of the English lamp'makers may be comforted by the news that some of the latest lamps purchased by the Empress of Russia for her boudoir have been of English manufacture. The Forth Bridge contractors have been forced t...

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SENSIBLE DRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 12 May 1888

SENSIBLE DRESS. A writer in the "Daily Newa" criticises severely the prevailing tendency of women of all classes to "follow the fashions" of dress, and Illustrates it by references, among others, to the charwoman, who, in spite of its absurdity and inconvenience, will wear a dress that touches the ground, and hence soon becomes wet and muddy, because all the members of her profession wear similar dresses ; the shop-girls, who at one time wore trailing dresses because people in higher circles used them, though onty in their drawingroomse; and the bar maids and others,who wore high heeled boots and tight sleeves for similar reasons, not withstanding their unsuitability for people who had to discharge snoh duties as fell to .their lot. Women s dress can easily be modified and adapted to ilt thoonooeesities of each individual case; but the writer believes that never till sensible dress is worn by the higher classes will it be adopted by the lower. The ideal costume would be light, close...

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On Board Ship in the Tropics. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 12 May 1888

On BoalrdSbilpln t'e Troplta. To find, when you awake, a couple of cook. roaohes, each two inhes in length, mean dering over your- face, or even in bed with you I-to find one-in a state of decay In the mustard-pot I-to have to remove their eggs from the edge of your plate previous to eat ing your soup I and so on, ad nauseam. But on small 0vessele stationed in the tropics there wore, and doubtlees sometimes are now, other unpleeasantnesses. For instance, you are looking for a book and put your hand en a full-grown scaly scorpion. Nice sensation ! the animal twining round your finger, or runnitg up your eleeve. Denoue. ment : cracking him under foot-joy at escaping a sting I You are enjoying your dinner, but have been for some time sensible of a strange, titillating feeling about she region of your ankle; you look down at last, to find a centipede on your sock with his fifty hind lege -you thank God not his fore fifty I -abutting on your shin. Tableaux: green to.red light from the ey...

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