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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 14 January 1888

Residents of Brighton and he Surrounding Districts Are reminded that a BRANCH of the Popular EQUITABLE T SOR S Is NOW OPEN in BAY .STREET, NORTH BRIGHTON, Where they can PROCURE EVERYTHING Required from a " Needle to an Anchor." Groceries, Wines and Spirits, first-class quality only kept. Customers called on for Orders. Price lists on application - -- The favour of your patronage respectfully solicited.-- - >9ý At the CENTRAL STORE, 89 COLLINS-ST. EAST, the Greatest Realising Sale ev.erheld in the Colony is now proceeding. Ihe Building is to to, sold on Januaiy 25th, and' r?y'hat date £50,000 WORTH OF STOCK.has to be turned into money. Itwill be worth your while to give us a call, and you will not be disappointed. ? The whole of the Goods are in first-class conditioni, having been purchased within the last six months. Millinery Department. Untrimmed bonnets, fashionable shapes, in all colors, from Gd each; nusual selling price, 4/6. Untrimmed hats, in great variety, all the leadi...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader And District Record
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Heaps of Trouble. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 14 January 1888

th fcatps of Tr"oIlcc. The trouble with a good many newspapers is that they have a nonpareil editor to till the minion columns. The trouble with a good many men is that they spend so much time in admiring their own ability that they don't let other people have a chance to see that they have any ability to admire. The trouble with a great many women is that they can't find some particular selected man who will appreciate them as they feel in their palpitating hearts that every woman should be appreciated. The trouble with a great manygirls is that they don't find out what they want until some time after they have had the sad con clusion forced unon them that what they want dosen't want them. The trouble with agood many boys is that they think the red grapes that grow on a neighbor's vine, and that have to be picked Iafter dark, are a good deal sweeter and better than the ripe black grapes that grow on their own vines, and can be gathered in the bright sunlight of publicity. The troub...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 14 January 1888

Auction EARLY IN FEBRUARY, THE ORLANDO ESTATE, Abutting on to the RETREAT STATION,: BRIGHTON BEACH, ON THE NEW PIONIC POINT RAILWAY, Will be sold on a day, of which due 'notice will be given, by ALSTAB 'AND SON:. The value of these Allotments need no comment. The Auctioneers confine themselves to recommending them to their clients as a" grand investment. Plans in course of preparation. TITLE-CERTIFICATE. Solicitors-Messrs Crisp, Lewis and Hed derwick, Chancery Lane. WALSTAB & SON, 12 Queen-street, Mel bourne. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11. On Ground, at Three o'Clock. C. J. and T. H1AM Are instructed by the Heon. Thos.'Bent to Give the Public Another Opportunity Uf Securing Allotments In that GREAT IMPROVED and IMPROVING LOCALITY So Well and Favourably Known As The KENSINGTON PARK ESTATE. The KENSINGTON PARK ESTATE. Plans in preparation. Special UB LIC N 0 T I C E. Pure Wholesome Bread. J. W. PAGE, BAKER, PASTRYCOOK & CONFEC TIONEIt. &c., Corner of HAWTHORN ROAD .&am...

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BRIGHTON TOWN COUNCIL. MONDAY, JANUARY 9. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 14 January 1888

BRIGHiTON TOWN COUNCIL, MONDAY, JANU kY.. 9. 'PRESENT:--rs. Bent (Cyor,) 'Burrows, Huntly, Egan, O'Shea, Francis; and Munro. CORRESPONDE OE. From the Water Supply :'Department _asking the council if it was their intention to renew the leases of thlistandpipes in Union-street, Pt. Nepean ioad, and New street. The Town Clerk saild that the only -standpipe of the three that was rememer ative was the one in Union-street. Cr. Burrows said that that portion of the town surrounding the standpipelat New-street, and the Pt. Nepean road wis well supplied with water troughs. He noiced frequently when passing that the New street stand pipe was in a bad state epair, a good deal of water going to , He moved --mt- th e-lenseof-the Unib?. tet staindplpe -only be renewed, and the o ers done away with. This was seconded by.Cr. Francis .and carried. - Cr. Burrows drew attenti in.to the neces sity for an increase in- the.number of fire plugs in the various strees: of the town. He said it was quite im o...

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NASTINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 14 January 1888

NASTINES. THERE are certain birds, no matter how beautiful and eriehanting the scenery, how abundant.the flowers -and fruits surrounding them, which, if there be a dark spot? oi7 the plain miles away betokening: the 'presence * of a carcase. make for it straight as a Sdart, and on it they fairly revel. -It is even so in the literary world. SThe literary buzzard cci' aft once be detected, in fact exposes 'himselfby * the excessive and elaborate detail with which he "serves =up " to his readers those cases of liteirary nasti :ness so delightful to his taste i There .is an evening journal i-this colony that is a notable example in this respect. This pande'rer?. to pruriency and morbid craving' has frecqueutly "been taken to task by. a nmorning -contemporary, but with singular -obliquity of vision the latter has Sapparently failed to see that it was really a cash of the ,'.~ettle calling the pot blackhead." '. I~ere are evi -dently offenders against good taste -nearer home. For .-exampl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 14 January 1888

Eolleges and Schools.' FINIS CORONAT OrUs." BRIGHTON LADIES' COLLEGE (" Ellesseire,") -.,ST. ANDREW STREET; Near the Town Hall PRINCIPAL: . MRS. J. HAINES, :(Late of Clifton Hill Ladies' College), ., For several years teacher under the Board of Edienation, `'Assisted by MISS A. E. COX. - English Literature and Mathematics, S. GRENFELL,. B.A., LL.B. French and German, HERR OTTO MiULLER. Drawing and Painting, S J. F. JONES, EsQ?. . Pianoforte, , - T. J. HAMMOND, EsQ., Mss BURKIIT, R.A.M., ?::-?:: ,MRS. ORR,:adi: a i ;:d S :-liss1A "E.COX. .- s ::Calisthenics, . MiSSES DICK and MOON.. Resident Governess: MIS . A, E. COX. TE1RMS (Payable in advance) Day Puipils: English'(as beldw); also Languages ... One and half to Four Guinmens per Term Resident Pupils (under 12 years): English (as below), also Languages, Music, and Painting . Twelve Guineas per Term Resident Pupils (over 12 years): English (as below), also Languages, Music, and Painting Fifteen Guineas per Term ENGLISH in its various...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 14 January 1888

Regulating Chiildren's. Teeth Will ensure beauty in after life. Sealing the Teeth. Improves the appearance and prevents decay. Stopping Hollow Tooth, preserves them for an indefinite period. Extraction is necessary when the teeth are too much decayed for stopping.': Artificial Teeth then make an efficient substitute for the natralt ones. All the above Dental works, repairs to plates, &o., &o.,. is iow done by J. H. NI~aANN and Co., Dentist and Chemists, at, their new consulting room Church-street near Middle Brighton. station. [Advt.] MAINE NIMws. .-Dr. Soulc's American Hop 1Bitters, which are advertised in. our columnsn are i suro cure for ague, bilious' ness and kidney complaints. Tihose who use them, say they cannot be too highly re commended.. Those affected should, give them a fair trial,. and will boeomo thlerby enthuseastio in the praise of their curative gqalities.-lortland Args. .. A. LAWRENCE, GROCER, BAKER, DiRAPER, PROVISION MERCHANT. FIRST-CLASS GOODS. M...

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MY MAIDEN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 14 January 1888

MY MAIDEN BRIEF. LATE on a certain May -mOrniing;. asI was sitting at a modest breakfaits in? my "residence chambers," 'Pui i : Court Temple, my attention was claued, by a single knock at an outer door, ctmiinon'to the chambers of Felix Polter aidd of nmy self, Horace Penditton, both barristers. at-law in the Inner Temple. The outer door was not the only thing common to Polter and myself.: We.. also shared what Polter (who wrote farces) was pleased to term a "property" clerk, who did nothing at all, and a "practical"; laun dress, who did everything. There' exis ted also a communion of interest .in tea cups, razors, gridirons, candlesticks, &. ; for although neither of us was particularly well supplied with the necessaries of domestic life, each happened' to ,ossee the very articles in which the other was deficient. So we got on uncommonly well together, each regarding his friend in the light of an indespensible other self. We had both embraced the "higher walk" of the legal ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 14 January 1888

Furnishing. : UYERS OF FURNITURE Bedsteads,__.. Bedding, Carpets and Linoleums SAVE I20 PER CENT. By Purchasing at H. MORRIS JONES AND CO'S NEW Furniture Warehouse, CORNER OF CHAPEL'AND HIGH SRTEETS, PRAHRAN. Tapestry Carpet, is. 10d. per yard Brussels Carpet, 3s. lid. per yard. Linoleum, S..:=-_ 2s 6d. per yard. Floor Cloth, 11dd per yard. Lace Curtains, 4s 9d per pair Wool Mats, 2s 9d Matting, 6=d per yard Indian Blinds, in every size, from 6s.6d .Furniture Re-covered Furniture Re-made Carpets Cleaned and Re-laid Extended Payments Takien. H. Morris Jones LAND CO., GORNERI OP CHAPEL AND HIGH STS., PRAH.AN Our Motto is: Small Profits imd Quic. Returns, Spcecinl Advertisemnents FAULKNER & CO., MANUFACTURING JEWELLER3, LONDON AND PARIS. THE TALK OF MELBOURNE. FAULKNER'S OELEBRATED DIAMANTE DIAMONDS }DETECT!"A FAMOUS AURANIAN GOLD AND SILVER JEWELLERY JIMPO3SIBLE. AULKNER'S DIAMANTE DIAMONDS are known all over the world as the finRt imitations ever produced. They are perfectly ...

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ELSTERNWICK IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 14 January 1888

ELSTERNWICK IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE. , 0 S WEDNESDAY, ANUARY 11... Present :---Messrs. Reid, Kirkham, Uro,0-Coppih,:Baohelor, Huine, Sin cooks, Soen., W.eymess, Wise. Steel; and Coghilla * CORRESPONDENOE. From the Railway Depairtment, stating ?vith. referrenice to the appli cation for an extrta ,gate at' the: F.i sterix'iriok station, that they were niot prepared at present to comply with the request. .It was deeded to. refer. the ' con sideration of this matter t6 the repre. sentatives for Caulfield. From the Education. Department, statinu that the contemplated ..nw school biuldiig could not be erected before the end :df the :.year, mean i:ile. arrangeiments had: been made eat s Ghuirch and the dlass?ification of the school would be accoidin o tdue requlireinents . On the motion of Mr Kirkham,: seconded by Mr. Steel, it was decided that a' deputation consisting of. the parents of the children in the neigh borhood should interview the Minis ter of Education on-- the question of classi...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 14 January 1888

LOCAL iTEMS. --0o-- .TiE lailway Commissioners have gianted the concession of free railway carriage of youth's exhibits to" and from Melbourne in connection with the Victorian Juvenile Industrial Exhibition to be opened on March 28. TIlu 2ith. of this month is to be observed as an Australian National Holiday, the necessary proclamation; so far as this colony is concerned having been signed by the Governor in Council at a meeting of the Exe cutive last Tuesday afternoon. I::T public rbaths at Sandringham are in a state neither creditable to 'the council, nor conducive to the com fort of the residents or'the advance ment of the district. It will be re membered that some months ago a considerable portion of the structure was swept away by the violence of the waves. This damage has not yet been remedied, although the work of, repairs .was commenced some time since. Whatever may be the cause of the delay the present defective state of the baths is a distinct handicap on the district. The...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 14 January 1888

Special Advertisements. S-APE RHANG:INGS Of Every Description from 21d per piece,. suitable FOR Kitchen, Bedroomi,Hall, Dining or Draw ingroom , NOTHING in the town of Brighton to surpass them AT The price they are to be obtained from MACPHERSON & LAWRIE Painters and Decorator, CHUROH - STREET, MIDDLE BRIGHTON. A-.w T A S. The lU L IR Most C T .N Perfect Wall I O 'L Decoration of the N -19th +Century. -'+'SAINITARY;.?. "/,DURABLE.'+ can be decorated to imitate Metal, Wood " Terra-cotta or Majolica. Dado Decorations From lid. to 6s. 6d. per yard. Sanitary and other washable wall papers. Pavitt's Gold, Silver and Prismatic Bronzes. Windsor and Newton's Artists' Colors, Sable, Cable and Hog Hair Brushes. Opal Glass, Plain and Ornamental Glass, Tinned Paints and Painters Materials for Sale. MACPIIERSON & LAWItE, HOUSE DECORATORS, Undertake every Description of HOUSE PAINTING and DECORATING. All work executed in a first-class manner. The Address is CHUR C H-S TREET, MIDDL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 14 January 1888

Banks. Comtiercial ;Bank of ' Australia (Limited).: :ithoarised Capital ... .... £3,000,000 ';Suibscribed Capital ... .... 2,500,000 .".Paid Up ... ........ : 01,000,000 Reserve Fund ... ........ 570,000 HAn OFcFICE-30 COLLINS ST. W., . • MELBOURNE.; London Oflice-Bishopsgate,- St.. Within, corner of Leadenhall-strcet,?.. BRIGHTON BRANO H Corner Bay & Cochrane Streets. Interest allowed on FIXED DEPOS?I - highest current rates. agencies oit f ;m ssie f ` ~ -. rates of ecbhange. - - Bills Discounted and Advances Madc. W. M'Farland, Manager. ENGLISH. SCOTTISH AND AUSTRALIAN CHARTERED B A N K. (Incorporated by Royal Charter 1852) Paid up Capital, with power to increase to £1,500,000... ... £720,000 Reserve Liability of Shareholders £720,000 Reserve fund ... ... . £220,000 Elsternwick Branch: GLEN HUN.TLY ROAD, (Near Railway Station.) Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits at Highest Rates.) Drafts issued on the London office Branches and agents of the-Bank at Current Rates of Exchan...

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A WONDERFUL RECOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 14 January 1888

A WONDIERFUL RECOVERY. -0 IT will be remonmbered that some months ago, it young home-sick Englishman namoed Dean, who was in lodgings in Pooeel-streot, West Melbourne, shot himself in it smoking onarriage on the Brighton lino of railway, and that the bullet wount right . through part of his head. lHe was admitted into the Alfred Hospital, and the case was looked upon as hopeless. Ie has, however, after hovering between life and death, under the ears, of Dr. Molloy. recovered. The case is looked upon as one of the most wonderful ever heard of in the colony,

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THE PRIZE YARN. PADDY THE PIPER. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 14 January 1888

THE PRIZE YARN. d- PADDY TIE PIPER, "Dogberry.-Marry, sir, they have com mitted false reports; moreover they have spoken untruiths; secondarily, they are slanderers; sixthly and lastly, they have belied a lady; thirdly, they have verified unjust things; and to conclude, they are lying knaves." Muon ADO ABOUT NOTHING. The only introduction I shall attempt to the following " extravaganza," is, to re quest the reader to suppose it to be de livered by a frolicking Irish peasant, in the richest brogue, and most dramatic manner. "I'll tell you, sir, a mighty quare story, and it's as true as I'm. standin' here, and that's not lie : " It was in the time of the 'ruction;, whin the long sommer days, like many a fine fellow's precious life, was cut short by raison of the martial law-that wouldn't let a decent .boy be out in' the eveniu', good or bad ; for whin the day's work was over, devil a onue of uz dar go to, meet a frind over a glass, or a girl at the dance, but must go home, ansd shut o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 14 January 1888

8liRlWDNXSS AND ABILITY.--Dr. onelo's American Hop Bitters. so freely advertised in all the papers, secular and religious, are having a large sale, and are supplanting all there medicines. There is no denying the virtues of the Hop plant, and the proprie tors of these Bitters have shown great shrewdness and ability in compounding a hitters, whose virtues are so palpable ,to everyone's observatton, - Examiner and Ohrenicle. S.SHIRE OF• O CAULFIEL-D. Notice to Persons -Burning Rubbish. , Notieb:is hereby given that any person wishing to burn rubbish in the open air within the shire, must give 24 hours' notice of his intention so to do, to the adjoining occupiers and the .hire Council, under Uyo.law No. 12, under a penalty of ,;.: By order F. JOWETT, Shire Hcoretary. Caulfleld, 12th. January, 1888. TOTYN OF B1IlEGHTON. .Notice is hereby given that a plan and specification for the formation, metalling, and channelling of a private street called Marion-street, together with estimated cos...

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CAULFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, JANUARY 12. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 14 January 1888

- .AULFIE.I.. SHIRE. COUNCIL. mURSDAY, JANUARY' 12. L PRE ENT :--C rs. Holland (c11aimain 3 Line; Long, Griffin Le Piags, SH artle, 'Looker, ]3alliatyne; S1lby Sd Cotton:. SOOiRnRsroNDa ENCE.: FTiot the manager E. S. and A. C. Ban1 Mlvern; stating that their branoli was now openin the Dande nong road near the Caulfield railway Sstationi, pending the erection of more Sconvenient premises in 3oudary road, and he respectfully isolicited the council s patronage., r. Long said it had beeni under? stood that as', soon" as a bank opened in the shire the Iaccounit would be trainsferred theroto, -he ,would move that as soon as ?the loan f.wa floated all things :being equal ;the counoil's "F: the:Caulfieldire Brigade, Sasking t ci l counicil; to ?ut a stop to the. indiscriminate ,burning of rubbish, after'dark throughout the shire, they having been called out ofn several occasions on an alarm of fire.-Rate dayers to be notified thirough : the local press to discontinue the practice. From U.-F...

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CHELTENHAM LAWN TENNIS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 14 January 1888

CHELTENIIA I LAWN TENNIS CLUB. 0 Ti' above club held their Bi-annual General Meeting last Saturday after noon. The President (WV. Ruse Esq. J.P.,) in the chair, when the follow ing office-bearers were elected. Patrons :--Hon. T, Bent, M.L.A., Hon. J. Balfour M.L.OC., Hon. C. H. James M.L.C., D. Abbott Esq., (Councillor), G. Stayner Esq., (Couroillor), T. Rennison Esq., (Councillor), E. L. Vail Esq., G. Goff Esq., C. Palmer Esq., C. J. Potts Esq., T. Attenborough Esq., J.P., G. W. TaylorEsq., J.P., D. Wilder Esq., J.P., H. Sparks Esq., J.P.,?Rev. A. Caffin, Rev. R. M. Fergus, Rev. Goodacre. President. - WV. Lamb Smith Esq. Vice-presidents.-Dr. Verity, and A C. C. Franklyn Esq. Committee.-Messrs Moody, Londen, Chandler, Corstorphan A8 C. Frank lyn (Ho.n T:ieasurer), H0 Co?mporto (Hon.: Secretary.) :Audittors: Messrs E. NcQueen;- and Chandler: .. The'. Treasurers' balance sheet showed an income during the six months for £32:8s 2d, and a total ii come .for the year of £76. Os 11d (inclu...

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The Burnt Rock. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 14 January 1888

ThVe 'nituaet oc17. feautiful Patna was proud, very proud. She did not have those black eyes, arched black brows, and aquiline nose for nothing ! Her mouth was not exactly small, but it was very well shnpel; and when she spoke or laughed, two rows of dazzlingly white teeth became visible. She arranged the plaits of her tresses about her brows like a crown, and those who watched her passing gracefully by, with head erect, smilingly called her I Princess." But Pauna never looked so proud, and never turned her head away, when Tanase passed. She would always listen to him, moreover, when lie talked about the hora the national dance. Furthermore, if anyone tried to tease her by speaking about the young man, her checks would crimson; but her sharp and cutting words would soon teach the audacious speaker not to carry his pleasantries further. The young men were all very envious of Tanase, especially after it came to be known that the pair were be. trothed. The war came. Tanase was obliged ...

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The Social Damper. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 14 January 1888

iTke Social Dampcer. h(CTo timid young lady who is seated next 3 to her at table.) "And you never heard what caused Mr. S;eorge's death ?" '( No madamn." "It was eating tomato salad made exactly ll ..this. They always use canned tonmatues to'make salads with, and the can is sure to be poisonous. Oh, by the way, have you heard that the Joneses had lost their baby 1" " No, indeed; has it been found ?" " It died ; suffered awfully, and went into convulsions at the last. No, thank yon, MIr. Blossom, I never take ices. I had a friend ivho died of congestion just after cating an 'i"Do take one," persists Mr. B!cssom. But 'the Social Damper refuses to be con. gested, and having utterly routed the :,inid young lady, she turns to the next ~ neighbor. ';?-" Feeling well., Mr. Brown ?" 'Yes, no-why do you ask ?" Because you look so deathly pale. Havint 4psain in your heart, have you?" N: i, iNo, ma'am, I never felt better in my life :than I do at this moment." : Dear, dear I how strange. It mu...

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