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AN EXTRAORDINARY FIND. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 19 May 1888

AN EXTRAORDINARY FIND. Mr H. Giles, a resident' of Mand ning road, lMalvern, whilst walking through a,paddock near the Emo Es-p tate East Malvern, abouta,inile from;` Sthe Caulfield railway station,. last Sunday morning made . a remarkable, discovery of a parcel of ,letters-,and. newspapers, the ,proceeds oi systemia. tic roblbery fioni the; Malvern Post Ihfice :; It appears that, Mr. Giles was taking a walk, and was, accompanied, by "several terrier, dogs., Passing ,a thick hedge, about 75: yards from the road the dogs by their actions attrac ted their owner's attention ,to a part of thehedge h ewiere the lbushy growthl pwas particularly dense.3 and here; he discovered a. parcel,;pontaiiin 4g.1, letters anid 8 newspapers,, all of which bore the Mallvern:post marks, the, dates . beslin from the 2ndgth tMay, khe letters and newspapers were all tied togother in a buniidle, eid had evidently booen hidden awayib: some person .whose motive -can' be: .fairly conje tured. Mi :Giles .tdok:t...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LEADER. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1888. COMMON OFFENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 19 May 1888

THE LEADER. tK J; .TIarCo TO ALL. S ATURDAY, MAY 19, 1888. COMMON OFFENCES. AT Monday evening's mooeeting of the Brighton Town Council, two very.glar-, ing and? yet very commnon ofouces against the Local Government Act w ere brought up. Tho first was by Cr. Francis, to the effect that a very large number of drivers of vehicles vero in the habit aid "raocise oldriv. Ing along and acnoroes the footpaths hwitlin the boundaries of the town; notably for lnstancdalong a good por. tion of the footpath of the Point Ne'eaiitroad; C : sf'.W Wditf1hb also inade complaint that two large herds of cattle for some considerable time past had been allowed to prowl about the thickly-populated streets and footpaths, to the annoyance not only oiptedestipus, ut, hualso to the utter demolition and destruction of gravel walks, paths, shrubberies and wrdens. Ho mentioned upwards of score of Mtreets in which these. herds of vag rant animals were in the habit of meauilerbSgutterly ,unklcpt ,id1, mlan cared f...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NUISANCE AT CAMBERWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 19 May 1888

NUISANCEAT UCAMBERWELL. At; a meeting of ,the Central Boaxrd of Health held.. lust. Monday xmorning, lwhen there were present 1;-Mr A. P. Alkehurst (president), Dr. Tweedale, Dr Shields,, fr . .1t. IBlackett., and Mc;W. M;, ;Flonhoatighppresqient,ddreyv attention gQ, a ,further conviction of Mir ,WY, Tyoodnson,.,market agardener,, of High "street,,. CamberwelIl, .and, -a, minember of thelocal board,..of health oI~~fhi~dst- c1Pr~n allowin g ic uiac 'fonhhis -pten seisaslIthough' h'6 had been fined on a previous occasion, and had failediito carry out his promnse to remove thie nusiance, the justices only alloweBd 2 guineas i osts, notwithltsand g1iat thi local+ Board `must have I been out o pociket three times that 'um in roscuting hii' tUnder such discouraging circumstances reluctance onithe part of thie lcal boards to set tho law in motion could hardly be wiondied at: 'It' semend to ibe. the disposition o iustices tio jumpl at every opportunity to alloy; offenders in these minatters...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRUMBS SWEPT UP. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 19 May 1888

CRUMBS' SWEPT UP. It .isiu'nouncel thlit the marriag of Prince IHenry, of .Prissia.with Prin cess Irene of. Hesse, the third daughiter bf the Grand Duke of HIesse,will take, place on the 24th instant. The Victorian Merchant Shipping Bill, which was passed in the last ses sion of the Parliament of Victoria, and was referred for the. royal sanction, has been vetoed by the Queen.'. The 1Parliainent of Brazil has re sblved toimiiediately ablolish tlie slave trade that is now being carried onfin that jportion of South Americn." A gatekeeper named Caheriixe Morrisey was killed on Saturday at Golden Square. An unsuccessful attempt 'upon, the life of tile Emperor of Russia is,repor ted from St:.Petersburg. SNo less than 675 applications have been received by the Exhibition Comi missioners for six, clerkshipis at 50s per week.!. , ' Tie visiting miinisters ard laymen of the Wesloyan, Methodist Chiurches, now iiieetiig in conference, andil their frienrds;'had an outingii a Heidolberg on Satur...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MOORABBIN SHIRE. DIVISION OF THE WEST RIDING. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 19 May 1888

MOORABBIN\SHIRE. DIVISION OFP THE W' EST SRIDING. A eputation waited on the"H11i John Nimmo,' Minister- :£ 7Pabbt ' Works, oniT isdiiuts' &support the prayer of a petition thda had been pre sented to him asking that the West Ridingig! of the Shire of Moorabbin shodild be divided: Mr"J. "Keys, M.P., havin initro ducdd the deputation, Cr Abbott said that as one of the. largest ratepayers of the Shire of Moorabbin lie had beeni asked to lay the facts connected with the" petition before the M'inister, the petition which hiad been presented asked that the West Riding should be divided into two riding's to ble called the west and south 'ridinig's respec tively. The petitioii showed the eiie pective. inicome of the present ridiigs to be-North, 1930'7s 6;'East, £980 12s' Gd, West, £2125 17s Gd. It was'signed by 462' outi of a total of '1174' ratepayers on the munidcipal roll for the whole of th eShire. The ratepayers in the west riding num bere'd;;519 nearly, half of: the,whole numb...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"PLEASE MENTION THIS PAPER." [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 19 May 1888

"PLEASE MENTION 'THIS PAPER.", -0- ·I·,. :· This line stares the reader in. the face in many advertisements, in all classes of papers and periodicals, and the rcquest is in the majority of cases not compied: with. Why should it be ? Many. adver. tisers get the idea that no better scheme. was ever devised to test the real vahie of any paper as an advertising medium.than this apparently simple request and yet, as an index of value it is practically value less. Why? Well, think back, and see how often you have neglected compliance with similar requests, and fell us why you neglected them. That will be an ex eellent reason. There is no obligation resting upon the reader to c 'mply with any such request and as time, which to the busy man is money, may be savedbjy neglecting them, why they go unnoticed. Business is like a river with many tribu taries, in which it is impossible to trace every drop of water to the spring from which it came. But if a journal is selec ted for advertising purp...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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LAWN TENNIS. CHELTENHAM V. SOUTH BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 19 May 1888

SLAWN:TENNIS.> Io r CIIiELTENIIAM V. SOUTH; BRIGHTOrtN.I i.-; This match,. played last Saturday .onfdt the couIts I of the formeir resulted as,; follows :-Messrs :T. Chandler andW:..: veieist Comport..(C) beat; Messrs. R. T. Smithiand Lucas (S.B.) by 12,to 2. Messrs. iS. ,Chandler! and HI O. Com port (2) beat Messrs. R. T. Smith and, Clayton (g.B.) by 12 'to" 3;. andualso;" t Mesers.: Lucas and Olayton: (S.B.)-byvw 12 to.i 0. ,,Totals- Cheltenham,i;36t;!" SouthiBrightoni;. ! I Mdnitch)~v *l * ft -1~i)-. rWill be iplay gd t dat y at ' arloii "ý'r commencing at 2 p.m. sharp. '"'"

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, MAY 11. Before Messrs Sprigg and Francis, J.P. AN INCORRIGIBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 19 May 1888

BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, DfAY 11 Before Messrs Sprigg and Francis,' J.P. TAN NORnIGIBLE. iArithur `Moore, on remand from lasty leeki was ,rought up as as neglected child."HB had bcen remandedfor the appearanie of `hils fatlier, whot was now prescenit airid pronmise to look afteir his son for the fuituire, he was then dischairged. 'P1IGYON STEALERIS. P. Quirk a3youth of somio 16 irman ners, Robert MPOonaclhy and H. Hlen nessy alias F. Brown were chaiged by tho police with pigecon stealing.i The parentsof Quirk anid M'Cnniachy promised the benich to ido all that liay in their power to prevent; thi'ir chitl dren fronm Sgan"mixiig pup with evil companions anda they wore let off on paymerit of a fine of £5' chcl. Hen'oii nessy who the police proved tbo be an. old offender was sent to giol for three months.:

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 19 May 1888

Banks. on mniercial Bank of Australia (Limited) uth sed Capital ... . 3 ,000 ... " 2,6,00,000 S bac bed Capital 1,000,000 :Itda v ::. *. . 600,000 ¬ ieservo Ftnd F .. *u . ! ; F . PcE-=30 COLLINS ST. W., MELBOUORNE. I?,Loudon 0fllc0-Bsl1opsgte St. Within, corner of Lcadcnnhll1strcet, E.C. BrjTGHTON BRaNCH Corner of Bay & Cochrane Streets. ` '';Intrest allowed on' FIXED DErOSITS, highest current rates. "DRiAFTS on 'London office, branches and agencies of the Bank issued at lowest rates of exchange. B Discounted and Advances Made. 4 LA W. M'Farland, Manager. Special Advertisements. A. JOSLYN, HOUSE- PAINTER - AND '1' .JiECORATER, 17 COMMERCIAL PnAD, 17 Prahran, NEAR THE '. ARKET, ON SALE, LOWEST PRICES: TRADE SUPPLIED. Paperhangisigs, Lends, Oils, Colors Varnishes; Glass and Sizes, ALL COLORS. Casatio Soda, Shellac, Brushware,'j Spirits, &o., &c. Glazing for the Trade. Produce Merllats, .Brighton Produce Store and. :'Wood and Coal Depot T. BRADLEY AND SONS, Lat...

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TIMID REGARDING PA. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 19 May 1888

TIMID REGARDING PA. " But, George," said tbhe young lady "if yon would etate the case to papa as fully as you have to me, I think he would consent to our union. He could help you, you know. Wih that patent olothee.raock of yours, the 'hole country for a field, and papa at your back-" " It's your papa at my baok that I am afraid of, Laura," ejaculated George, moving uneeasily in his ohair.

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 19 May 1888

FOOTBALL. .--0o-- .i Lillywyllite's team of Englislh,footi ballers played a match i aginstt;the; combined~,clubs of, 'Wellington l at Newtownr Park on Modnday.It jihe', weatherwas wet, ut fully ,3,000 spec tatois were Oisent',taking the grelitestj of'interest min the m,.ntch. ! During, tl g first half of the game Weliington , secured atry,.from which they ,failed1 to kick a goal i, In, the ,second half the Englishmen got two tries, bqth,,ofi, which.were securee d ;by Eagles.: ,OnlyI one, Iiyrever,.resulted in1 a goal . The;. Englishmei theorefore ,wonthe match, bjis goal, havinig made goal, 1 try,j against a try, scored by their opponents i The playh throughoupt was. very rough, one~Wellington ,player: ;beaking This; armnand-another his.leg. ,,r ",. ·i ;;; NORTH BRIGHTON V: ST. RILDA&JUNIORfS5'' "This mitcli was played last Saturday on fthe "gronid, of the fo6mer; thed Coas't'iricket Iground, on' account of) thellarge amounit of rain (which Chad`}' fallen during the week;bli...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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A BULL'S-EYE SHOT. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 19 May 1888

A BULL'S-EYE SHOT. "Boy, did you kill that rabbit ?' asked a citizen of a lad who wee carrying a dead rabbit along the Holden road the other day in one hand, while be bad a gun in the other. "It I didn't who did ?'" was the early reply. "Why, he might have run agin the fence and committed aticide." "Oh, you were eneakingaround and saw it, eh i exclaimed the boy as hegare the rabbit a ewing add dropped him into a mudehole.

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE NEW WAY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 19 May 1888

THE NEW WAY. "I came here to ask you," be began as he entered a grocery store. "I came in here 10-" " No, sir 1" was the prompt reply. " I came in here to - " Well, yon can go right out egain e" "Sir I I'm no beggar 1' exclaimed the etranger. "I know it," replied the grocer. "You came in to ask it I had a City Directory. I haven't got one. I never had one, I was trying to save your valuable time." The stranger walked stiffly out, and as he related his adventure on the corner he was asked if that was really his object. SOh, no," he replied; "I was going to ask him for credit until Saturday night, and that is the new way of choking the man off. He tried to spare my feelings and secure himself at the same time. It's a new kirk among grocers, and I gues I'll have to pay cash."

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ELSTERNWICK DEPUTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 19 May 1888

1 ELBTERNWICK DEPUTATION., ---0-- MI r 3 H. R. Reid further stathed that the draiinage of Elsternwick was simiply abominable, and woiduld hai to be altered to prevent disense shierid ing.. At the preseiit tinm' typhoid fev er wais rampant, and wom' n iand children were suffering in dozeiisfroni; the disease. He thought that the 'dc" putation should have some satisfaco'ry reply why the petition wasi not re Beiived. It was hard for people to see their relatives dying round them, simply because a bill could not be passed to make provision for draining the municipality. The petition lihad beensigii ed by an absolute majority ofithe residents of the district, inid asthey haid been told ,by Mr Nimmo that a legal objection had beeien riised by tiie' law officers to the granting of the petition, they desired to know. from Mr Wrixon, as the head of the laiw department, what this was, in order that'they could eitheir meet it or, if it were found necessary, retrace their steps and begin de nov...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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TENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 19 May 1888

TENDRSl. I Tendors! Weoro reooivod'fiith Mossisa ýQiig1hiy ]3bRb.,, Wsflfpsbln dnd. OCkide uid l erorg fcr tlhº 6 rooeian d !t~l'new, Ih'nll:1t , sftoeipoohd, ;odnlltfttioi'it I nna cooidod to aoctlpt the lowest-tender,i that from Moeor. glQ9igey Bros.,. tiho *vi d ijui tdd in 1 dLOoki .f '"u { ...3.:'- s i<F:A AONATIONM0WA8WM Mr Irvine ieportedthat the hon. T1liios.i:nt,"Esq; i :M L.Ai had given hini a doniation of £5 for books.' Ie' seived with thanks. FPINANCES. ,rti,. IThe reoeipts since last meeting -were repoirtedras ainouriting tb £6 17s "ld, anid aiccounts to the amount of £1i17s 7d havinig been passed for pay ment the nimeeting adjourned.

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WIT AND HUMOUR. HER HEART WAS PIERCED WITH AN ARROW [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 19 May 1888

WIT AND HUMOUR. HER HEART WAS PIEROED WITH AN ARROW Because she got a bar of Imitation a agi soap instead of the genoaine, and her olothes were spoiled. The real Simon Pure has thrt Same pierced heart stamped on it, and is made only by the Victoria Soap and Candle Co., Geelong.

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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A Losing Joke. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 19 May 1888

A Jelouig :Joke SA promincnt physician of Plttsburg il jokingly to a lady patient who was corn plaining of hcr conltinued ill heaIlth, nid of. ble inability to cure her, "Try Dr. Soulo's American Hop Ilittors!" P . The lady took it In onrnesat, and rcla the Ilitters. from which mbh obtained permanent heIolth. .ho 'pow laughlis at tke doctor for his joke, but lie lis not so well ploeased with it, selit cost hlii; a good patient:, " Uurriqburg 4 t iopi' tron

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FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS IN. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 19 May 1888

FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS IN. Stranger: "Yon guarantee your remedy ro grow a now orop of hair in the most obsti naee case of baldneser' Hai, Reetorative Proprietor : " I do, sir ; and I'll give five hundred dollars for a case I can't care." Stranger : "All right, (Leaning over.) I've just been trephined. Tackle bhat eilver plate, will you? The for is coming all over the rent of my head."

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 19 May 1888

1''. CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. :Presbyterian.-Brighton. Rev. Mr. 11;and7. Elisternwick.Rev. 3J Hay, 11 and 7 Bholtenham,8, Mentone,"7,' Rev: R: M. 11alflld, Rev. H.: B. Macartney,ll and 7 Arimaidale, ev. F. Webb. "Elsternwick, Rev .I Bailhach . Malvern, tRev: 01 3 Qodby, 11 ands7: ;Oakleigh, Rev. T. H. Rust. '" Brightouw Congregational.-Mornini ari; evening, R6vJ. Rickard. i: ri s' r i Malvern, Rev. C. Moon, 11 and 7.; " Onklpigh, ReviJ. 'F. Gannaway, mid 7 rVesleynn Methodist-Blrighton, 11 Rev. W. Olarke,and 7.:' Rev.. . H. fgn amells.;, Pr imitive Methodis t~-~ouj tI errs, 13Pe 11 'Wibberley; 11, and 7. N orth Brighton' Rev.'C. CiAnthony, 11 and 3ir: Searloe 7.:';" 'tr; ! and evh gnton, 1. O0 i , ~11 Reaist BrightonRev 0, Antho 8.and Baptist Church-BrighitonRev.S. Hp crd 11, and 7. Chrstian, Ohapel-Brighton, 11 and 7. ' Cheltenham, Mr. Oooaonre, 7,. ,p,," I;n Union Chnurch-nulfield, lPY: Grogson ,Uion Chapel-Sonth Brighton, after-, nodnoon;'Rev:°a, rngai ells:nftornooni lir.. Him...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 19 May 1888

N ERV US , ., MIN, young and old; mnrrldil or in la sufforing from NCrvous DeI)bility, Pramntnr6 Docany, LosS of Manhaood, Vital Powor, and, nal diseases of the Olcnito Urinary Organs, may obtain, free, a valuable trontisoe byad eminent Burgeon, containing:.full infortna: ion reg rd lg solf-trwstmentby, applying., dotter to' $o0y 1 ,I El d S Advertising chlaits. *It has ecome so common to write the , ,beginning of an elegant interesting article`' i and thein 1run it into some advertisemieiit:"' that we avoidall asuchi cheats,and simplyri call atte tion to the merits of Dr Sonile's t., American iop 1I9ters in as plain honest , terms as possible, to induce people to give them bnone trial, as ho one who knows their '" value will evor use anything elsie. '!;Provi. ,"t donco"Advertisor." . , , rib & w; .........ixoit s/ 0!.ii·ii O P S; H-Iil1,E1i01 M~ A{3tidV' E'' 1N;ý ing .Notice is hereby giyon t.tlfop, porson; 1,i will be entitled ole enpi 4 irpocof r zayproperty ný4iess brfor...

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