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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 21 January 1888

SsColleg ind u iSchlools.". J FNisS CORONAT.Or O s. BRIGHTON :«°LA DýIE S 0CtL EGE nEl dere,,'") ST. ANDREW STREET, SNdiuar tho TdwiIfall. P ALMRS. J. H AINES, (Late, po Clifton Hill Ladies' Collegc), For several years.: teacler irndeer .-.the Board -of Educatilon,- " . Assisted b" MISS A. E. COX. Esiglish~Literature and"Mithemantics, S. GRENFELL, B.A., L.L.B. French and German, HERR,0TTO MULLER. . Drawing said'Painting~ J. F. JONES, Es4.. Pianoforte, T. J. HAMMOND, ESQ., i'is BUTRiTT, R.A.M., .IMRs. :ORR, and S:Miss A. E. COX Calisthenics, :TEIllS (Payalile in advance) SDay PI'iiils: English (as below), also Languages :. ; One and half to Four Guineas per Term Resident Pupils (under 12 years) : .English (as below), also Languages, Munsic, and' Painting ... Twelve Guineas per Term Resident Pupils (over 12 years): English (as below), also' Languages, Music, and P'ainting ... Fifteen Guineas per Termn ENGLISH in its various branches co~m prises Reading, Writing, Arithmetic (Ad vanced)...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader And District Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 21 January 1888

Special Advcrtisemesnti. HAYBALL :BROS - BRIGHTON. SAW.& PLANING :: I-LL S -AND TIMBER `YARDS ---ORNERn OF BAY AND NEW STREETS Building Materials of .Every Description linuStockn and ;Cutto any Size: to Suit , `. fbrurhoasers at Osurrent ates. Mantlepieces, Ironmongery, O Oils and Colors. HAYBALL BROS BRIGHTON.. MRS. 0 L CO LI T Begs to, announce her TENTHI 3I ANNUAL' SALE of Surplus Season's Stock of Illllinery, Dresses,' ' Mantles, etc. All "Good s"will be reduced to such Prices as must effect a SPEEDY CLEARANCE FOR CASH.. N.B..-.All" Embroidered ' .Robes will be sold at half-price. CAMBRICS, SATEENS, ZEPHYRS, ..,s ~"" at' Nomina1lPrides: 118 ,: Chapel Street, PRAHRAN. -rArmaidale Busses pass the door. IMPORTANT . ANNOUNCEMENT I F. W. .FRANCIS.. Begs to notify to the residents of Sandring ham and the surrounding districts that. having Leased two of those newly-erected and handsome Shops in Hampton-street, OPPOSITE DUKE OP EDINBURGH HOTEL he promises to supply a long-felt w...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader And District Record
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THE STORY OF A WATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 21 January 1888

STHIE STORY OF A WATCI. O--- ONE day I was. passing through one, of i the principal street:~ Let me recall tha eventful day. I had been working hard all day to catch upi lost time, andjaow am walking slowly along, when a sight meets' my eye which makes me' foiget 'fatigue and change my stroll into a sharp walk. A 'ocwvd. Lam soon in is. `What is the matter? Indeed ! Then I: 'ust stop. One does not see an Indian prince every Sday.' 'This is something like: i ?? 'Ai orientil poteittito, in all 'his mtago nificence, is about to enter the palace of the great queen upon, whose dominiont the sun never sets. Hark ! Music'! Here they come - urrah ! A rush, a squeeze, a man pushes rudely against me ; I glance round at him ; he is working his wvy quickly 'through 'the croDid, very quickly., A suspicion flashes upon me. One touch of miy hand to my sid$e makes it a certainty. My watch is gone ! I plunge fiercely after that man. I think of my wife's tears, of my own voxa tion; I think, with a te...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 21 January 1888

Special Advertisemients. A NN:O? TATE THIS" U. DAVIDSON, Boot and. Shoe Warehouse, Commercial ;Road,'. So i t h'. Y:a. r ra,. Supplies a "first-class ý"article at ; a very moderate price. The largo incrcase in his business is the best proof tlaat he gives satisfaction. One trial will prove this, BARKLY. & PARLIAMENT .STREETS BRIGHTON. WM. CLARK, CONTRACTOR For Asphalting Lawn Tennis Co?n, GaOrd??' Paths, ; dahi FENCING, CARTAGE; .& -PLOUGHING. F" ON SALE :-Metals, Rubble, Screenings, Bricks, &c. J. W. ALBT tr Y Family Grocer, Testi Dealer and General Merchant, ST. ANDREW STREET, BRIGHTON. Families waited on for Orders. J. .R: BAVINTON, BOO TMAKER, POINT :NEPEAN ROAD, North Brighton. MESSRS. W. H. HUNT: AND SON, HOUSE DECORATORS, BAY STREET, Brighton, Beg to draw the attention of their numerous friends and patrons to the NEW -SANITARYi: WALL, PAPERS. These, Papers are being -very largely used in England, and have received high commendation from the very best a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 21 January 1888

Regulating; Children'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 arej too much decayed for stopping. Artificial Teeth then make an efficient substitutefor the natural ones. All the above Dental works, repairs to plates, &c.; &o., is now done by J. H. NIErANN and Co., Dentist and Chemists, at their new consulting room Church-street near Middle Brighton station. [Advt.] For. Sale. ' r&50 ft. to the Ton for2 tonor, ore st?lowest ruling rate. Orders promptly at=t' attended to. JNO SAYERS, Jun., New street, Brighton. 10R SALE.-Three well-finished 4 1 roomed Cottages, with bath, wash-. basin, pantry, - enclosed back verandah. Yan Yean. Land, S1.6 x 25. to a 101t right-of-way. Lawrence-street, close to. Middle Brighton Station and State school. heal bargains. .j.O, SAlsE.--Neat new weatherbuard 'U co...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader And District Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 21 January 1888

Special Advertisemcnts. Of Every Description from 2id? per piece :" ' FOR Kitchen, Bedroom, Hall," Dining or Draw ingroom. NOTHING in ithe ,town ef Brighton to -srpass them Thanib e thte' ato be Mbtaied 'from ' OMAdPHERSON & wRIE lr a Dc orations o - roH:Um 1 , o =t»S T R E .E T, -194 Sa Cnitary . , ; - MAIDDLE R BRIGHTON. Sand otherwashable -wall papers. -,Windsor andNewton's Opal Glass, Plain and tOrnamental Glass, : Tinned Paints and Painters Materials for Sale.-?a. S ousS DEccoRATORS, Wi'Unde'takei every Description of BrHOUSE O PAINTING and DECORATING.l lass, All work executed in a first-class manner. . The Address is CHUR-C? , H-S T :REE.T, MIDDLE BRHIORTON. SAVE AILWAY FARE & PATRONISE VANOE AND Co. - Cash Drapers -and Importers, > iZ: -Next E.6S A. 0. Bank, ' uj a BAY"s STREEI~: I They are the -Cheapest and Best for r psi ' •" - Millinery, .Dresses, - " " Hosiery, General Drapery,; Men's Mercery and Hats GENT'S CLOfTHIN4 -& CRICKETING SSUITS: MADE ...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader And District Record
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BOOK CANVASSERS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 21 January 1888

BOOK CANVASSERS. The following letter appeared in yesterdays "'Daily Telegraph",: Sni,--Sme weeks ago a: woman called at my house to 1obtain orders for what she termed a beautiful book. She &aw mny youngest daughter, and talked for such a length of time, and so well to the purpose, that she- ob tained her sighature to some paper, which, of course, was the. much re quired order.. Thisi morning the 'f Young Ladies' Treasure Book" was brought here by the same, person, who demanded 18s. I was at home, and seeing it was not worth', one-half the money, refused to pay, and re quested that the volume 'should be taken away. This did not suit the lady, who left it on my verandah, although I told her she did so at her own risk: TIasked at Meesrs. George noon?.thei price for the exact counter= pai t, and it is 7s. Gd, at which price' I could then have taken the book.. Now, 'do you not think that' these, people, who so unblushingly en deavonr to extort money, should "be prosecuted? Howev...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 21 January 1888

LOCAL ITE'MS. '--0--- 'Wr1 velivo much ploasure in inform ing our advertising patrons,' that owing to 'large increase in patronago, we tuirned? out 1550 copies of the TiDElR to-day. . Tin application of Alexander Little for a conditional license for premises to be erected at Elsternwick came before the Licensing Court last Wed nesday. Mir. Donovan appeared in support of the application, and Mr. urniiane to oppose. .on the ground that the place was. not wanted, and that it would be near a church. The Rev. Charles Parsons .deposed that the prboposed hotel would be within 100 yarlds of the branch of St. Mary's Chtrch where he sometimes officiated, and was not at all required. He put in a ptition signed by 48 rate.payers against the application Mr Willian jouried till the '1st. February. Another application was made by Mr. Win. Collins for a similar certificate for a publichouse which he contem plittad erecting next to the one re ferred to above, was withdrawn. TuE annuil conference °of...

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BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JANUARY 20. Before Messrs. Sprigg and Sparks, J.'sP. INEBRIATE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 21 January 1888

BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. 0 ---o-- Beforo M. essis. Spr igg ands', Sparks, .INEBRIATE. Rob?rt Downey for being drunik and disorderly was fined 5s with 2s costs for cabhire. ARREARS OF OONTItRIBUTIONS. Charles 1Matthios appeared at the instance of the Clerk of Petty Sessions, to show cause why he should not be committed to gaol for neglecting to contribute towards the support of his children in the Indus trial school. . Matthies was submitted to a close examination us to his meaus of livelihood, and the bunch after duo consideration, lpostponed the caseo for a month. IEVISION (oOUIT''. Mr Stone, the Eleotoral Ilogistar for Brighton and South lastoern Di vision, presoentd copies of the rolls, and there bhing no olaims nor ob jectors, they wore signed as corrooet. Don't fail to rememiber thaut Printl ing of every description is neatly executed at the Office of this Journal,

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The Leader. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, JAN. 21, 1888. A ROTTEN DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 21 January 1888

-JUSTICE TO ALL. SATIURDAY, JAN. 21, 1888. A ROTTEN DEPARTMENT. TmERE is awaysh tendency on the part of those who are dressed in a little brief 'authority to assume the role of infallible dictators or petty tyrants In none of the publio departments of the Civil - Service in this. Colony: have the' cdOmplaints been'more1ioiud" loibg aid bitter than in' that presided over by the Postmaster-General. It is no secret to outsiders that 'the position of many subordinates is almost insufferable. Attempt after attempt has been made to obtain redress but all those, attempts, or nearly so, have been strangled with red-talism,' crushlled 'by the heel of despotism, or conciliated with the lip in empty' promises only to be broken with impunity in actual fact. One reason why the Uovernment recently resisted most strenuously, the appointment of a royal commis sion, or, committee of enquiry, to enquire into the seething state of dis content that was alleged to exist in some of the departments, and n...

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BRIGHTON TOWN COUNCIL. MONDAY, JANUARY 23. PRESENT.—Crs. Bent (Mayor), Burrows, O'Shea, Huntly, Egan, Hamilton, Walstab, Francis and Munro. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 28 January 1888

BRIGHTON :TOWN COUNCIL. MONDAY, JANUARY 23. PRESENT.-Crs. Bent (Mayor), Burrows, O'Shea, Huntly, Egan, Hamilton, Wal stab, Francis and Munro. CORRESPONDENCE. From L. A. Laman, contractor for the erection of shops for J: Jenkins Jun. & Co. at the corner of Bay and Dowsett streets, asking the council to give them permission to use the footpath and portion of the road for storing materials, etc., during. the course of the erection of the buildings. After a lengthy discussion it was resolved to leave the matter in the hands of the surveyor with a view to grant facilities to the contractors, bit such not to unduly interfere with traffic, and the contractors to replace the street and path in proper state of repair to the satisfaction of the surveyor. From Government Statist, requesting to. be furnished with certain particulars for general information.-Received, and to be complied with. From RI . Lemon,. manager of. the "Brighton Leader' Printi Ofice asking From: the medical;ofi?er...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 28 January 1888

Reosidents of Brightoll alnd the Surroulndin g Distrits Are reminded that a BRANCH of the Popular .lQUITABLE STORES Is NOW OPEN in BAY STREET, NORTH BRIGHTON, W1it?e they can PROCURE EVERYTHING Required from a "Needle to an Anchor." ro, esW es and Spirits, firt class quality only. kept.: Customers called on for.: Orders. .Price lists on application. : At the CENTRAL STORE :89. COLLINf-ST. EAST, the Greatest Realising Sale ever held in the Colony is now proceeding. The Building is to be sold on January 25th, fnd by that date £50,00 WORTH OF STOCK- has to be turned into money. It will be worth your while to give us a call, and you will not be disappointed. The whole of the Goods are in first-class condition, having been purchased within the last six months. Millinery Departmnent. Untrimmed bonnets, fashionable shapes, in all colors, from Gd" each; usualnselling price, 4/6. Untrimmed hats, in great variety, all the Sleadinig 'sihapes, will be cleared at 6d, 1/-, and I/6; usual 2/6, 3/6...

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GENERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 28 January 1888

GENERAL ITEMS. -o FoUR men played cricket--single wicket; one' was named Runn, one was Dunn, one waiWunan, and one was Ninn ? Ronniwent in firit,got one run, got run out, and so~,'as done; then Nunn got one, and Dunn got none: but one got three and won. If Runn had run faster he would have got two runs, and Dunn might have .get one, too, yet these two would: then have got only as many as.-Wunnn. If Wounn had not run, Runn might have won, but when Nunn had, done, Dunn got none, and so Wunn won.: A MEMORIAL ;condemning the coerceive policy adopted by the present Administr ation with reference to the :agitation in Ireland has been signed by about 300 clergy men in Wales andiforwardedto the Govern ment. AN attempt -has been made to murder Louise. Michel, the well-known female communiistic agitator. :Whilst she '.was engaged delivering a lecture at Havre she was fired at bya man' named Lucas, who. was amongst the audience. She was, how; everonly slightlywounded. ,.J .";, the'1oth inst.; ...

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THE REMOVAL OF NIGHTSOIL. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 28 January 1888

THE REMOVAL OF NIGIIHTSOIL. ·----o -- -..-0·. At a recent conference of iepresen tlitives .fromin suburbani. and , other iiunicipal b?dies heid= to consider the thlie question of the reinovalof night-, soil, a committee was appointed to confer with the. corporation of the city of IMeliboure. The committee now reports that it had an interview with the health committee ofthe City :Council, at which it represented the extreme inconvenience, .annoyance, and danger to health suffered by the residents 'in the imunicipalities within a radius of 20 miles of Melbourne through the: ;present; system of the disposal of nightsoil, the points espe cially dwelt on being-1st, the want of a p'ropi e system .f; deodorisation before it leaves town ; 2nd; the care. less manner, in which: it- is. car ted ai`longthe {roads 'x'-trans it' ani rd,. aiid -more especially, 'the offensive odour ?from the carts returning to town. -The health committee, in reply, assured the committee that if the nuisances refer...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 28 January 1888

- , Special. Advertlsements.. : N O" T:A T E T H I S oUi DAVIDSON, Boot and Shoe Warehouse, "Commerciael Road, S S.o u'.th,..:Yar r a, Supplies 'a first=-cl~ass article at a very moderate 'price. The large• increase ini his business, is ? the best proof that ho.gives satisfaction. : One trian will prove this, BARKLY -& 'PARLIAMENT STREETS .3BRIGHTON. SCONTRACTOR .For Asphalting Lawn Tnnis Courts, Garden 'Pathý ;Verandahs, 5hrdsWorkehops;>X -: 'i ON SALE :-Metals, Rubble Screenings, Bricks, . J. W.iW ALBTR Y Family Grocer,' Tea Dealer aid General Merchant, ST. ANDREW STREET, BRIGHTON. Fauidlies waited on for Orders. , R. BAVINTON, BOO TrMKER, POINT NEPEAN ROAD, North Briglhton. MESSRS. W. H. HUNT AND SON, HOUSE DECORATORS, BAY STREET, Brighten, Beg to draw the attention of their numerous friends and patrons to the NEW a ,SANITARY . The: PAPERS.I These; Papers are 'being very" largely used in England, and have received high commendation from the very best authorities. For c...

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INTERNATIONAL REGATTA CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 28 January 1888

INTERNATIONAL REGATTA CARNIVAL. A meeting of the programme com imittee, in reference to the Inter national Regatta Carnival, was held S:on the 23rd inst :at:ithe; Port.-phillip. Cl;;UCub Hotel' to rtrrange `-programrnies for'the regatta. tlhere wherel present Capt. Meyer (St. Kilda Y.C), Messrs. Mouritz (Royal: Y.U.),. Krone (Brighton 1.C.), and M1orkham (Trident); the secretary (Capt. Meyer) was voted to the chair. A liberal programme of 22 races was arranged, including a challenge race, open to all coutreplate or kool ytchts of 20 tons and upwards, without re striotion. First prize, £600, and, a gold anchor, presented by Sir Win. Clarke, Dart. The prize money in all amounts to over £2U00.

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A LADY'S WISH. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 28 January 1888

A LADY'S WISH. " Ohil, how I do wish my skin wass clear and soft as yours," said a lady to her friond. ' You can easily make ii. so," answered her friend. "lHow?" inquired the first lady, " Ily using D)r. Socle's American Hop Bitters that makes ,p?re, rich blood, and blooming health. .c did it for nme as you observe." I&'Nono genuine without a bunch of green hops on the white label, and Dr. onlc's nameo blownl in the bottle. IIEvWAlrt of all the vile polsonous stuit made to unitalt the above.'

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The Leader. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, JAN. 28, 1888. A HUNDRED YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 28 January 1888

JUSTICE TO ALL . SATURDAY, JAN. 28, 1888. A HUNDRED YEARS. BUT little more than a century ago this grand continent was simply the habitial of the blackfellows and kangaroo, to-day it occupies a posi tion that makes its gecurites eagerly sought after by the' capitalist, its re sources the envy. of foreign nations, and its, ample domain souglht after by the pent up inhabitants of orowdled cities seeking rest, and :place for tlhermselves, and little ones.:;Its long isolation isa 'iystery, ;but .iits growth since discovery simply marvellous. Melbourne and Sydney are as cities more infants, but infants of gigantic proportions. Among the great towns and cities in the Empire, leaving out London, Melbourne stands fourth'with a population of 390,'00, and Sydney fifth with 350,000. ' When we look round (says the Argus) we realise that the men who have lived in Australia have no reason to be ashamed of their labours.. They have called publio works into exist ance, and they have created flocks ...

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CRICKET. BRIGHTON 3RD V. SOUTH BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 28 January 1888

CRICKET. BUinrTOB Sun v. SouTrn BlIOnTON. This match was played last Satur day at South Brighton, and resulted in a win. for Brighton by 39 runs. Scores-Brighton '2. of which Small made 47 Mastiun 19 and. Tuck 9; South Brighton 53 -Aspinalt 29. Huddle 6 for 15, and Tuck 2 for 4 bowled best for Brighton. BfirinTro v. SrPmNEuiR ST. Locos. This match was played on Saturday at Brighton Beach, and resulted lin' a win for the Brightons by 13i· runs; The chief scores were i--Turiier 54' Stookes 48; Beulke 34; Sims 20. The full scores were : BEuwiroN. Turner, c b Monk ... ... ... 54 Stokes, b Steel ... ... ... 48 Menzies, at b Steel .. ..... .. . . 9: Beulke, b Monk ... ... .. 84 Sims, b Monk ... .... ..... 20 Ballantyne c Alger ..... ... 6 Endry, c Alger ... ... ... 6 Lucas, b Monk ... ... ... 2 Boxshall, b Alger ... ... ... 4 Thompson, b Monk ... ....... 8 Small'not out ... ... .... 3 Bye ... ...... ...... 1 Total ... 195 Monk 5 for 86 bowled well for the Locos. Locos ... ...... ... .. 61...

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Words of Warning and Comfort [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 28 January 1888

Words of W;arning andt C omfort " If your are suffering from poor health or ' languishing on a bed of sickness, take cheer ' if you are simply ailing, or if you feel " weak and dispirited, ' without clearly know ' ing why,Dr Soule's American Hop Bitters 'will surely cure you." If you are a minister, and have overtaxed yourself with your pastoral duties, or a mother worn out with care and work, or a man of business or labor weakened by the strain of your everyday du ties, or a man of letters toilingoveryour mid night work, Dr Soule's American Hop Bitters will most surely strengthen you. If you are suffering from over-eating or drinking, any indiscretion or dissipation, or are young and growing too fast, as is often the case, " Or if you are in the workshop, on the . * farm, at the desk, anywhere, and feel * that your system needs cleansing, ton ' ing, or stimulating, without intoxicat 9: ing,tif .-ob are old, blood. Anrand°mpure- pulsofceble,? ? , .., nerves unsteady, faculties wanin...

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