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LORD BEACONSFIELD'S DOUBLE-BEDDED ROOM. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 4 February 1888

LaORD EAC'ONSFIELDS DOU LE-BEIDDED WHEN the order arrived at the Kaiserof Hotel, iBerlin,-from London,, to have rooms' in readiness 'for " The 4Prime Minister of England," it was accompaniied by the re-. quest that in the bedroom of the noble lord there; should be two beds placed close to each.other. . This ocreated some surprise, as it was known that Lord, Beaconsfield was a widower. He" arrived with his" suit and took possession of his apartmlents. Night camie. Servants, as we all know, are voery curious, and those of the Hotel ,Kaiserhof made no exception to the rule. The key hole was, of course, their point for obser vation.' But they could obtain no know ledge of what passed within the precincts of the great man's chamber. ? The maid-servant whose duty it was to clean the bedroom was, the next morning, the object of great attention, but she could give no information' beyond the fact that both beds aid bia unsed. lished itself outsidelthbe?thebedroomdoor, and somieone, afer sear...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader And District Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 4 February 1888

Colleges andi Schools. ". ?:?FINIS CORONAT OrUS." BRIGHTON LADIES' COLLEGE S (" Ellesmere,") ST. ANDREW STREET, Near the Town Hall PRINCoPAL: :-MRS. J. HAINES, (Late of Clifton Hill Ladies' College), For several years teacher munder the Board of Education, Assisted by ..I'VISS A. E. COX. English Literature and Mathematics, S:;GRENFELL;' B.A., L.L.B. SFrench and German, HERR OTTO MULLER. Drawing and Painting, . J. F. JONES, EsQ. Pianoforte, T.J. HAMMOND, EsQ., Miss BURKITT, R.A.M., MRS. ORR, and Miss A. E. COX Calisthenics, 'r;MiSSES DICK and MOON. Resident Governess: MISS A, E. COX. S TERMS . (Payable in 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 ... Twelve Guineas per Term Resident Pupils (over 12 years): `English (as below), also Languages, Music, and Painting ....... S. Fifteen Guineas per Term ENGLISH in its various branches com pri...

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Nervito. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 4 February 1888

Nervito. Rlelievus Toothace instantly, and provunts its rcunrrenec by formiug a Substantial Stopping. It Is far superior to any other preparation for Toothalohe. Sole Makers: J. II. ica4MANN & Co., OCaniwuwr AND DINTITI8. Ohuroh Streot,' Middle arighton. N.u.,--Artllieial Tooth and all other Dental work ,erfurnted atL all Ihtuts.

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CHURCH SERVICES TOMORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 4 February 1888

CHURoCH SERVICES TO MORROW. 1Presbyterian.-Brighton. Itev. Mr. - 11 and7. Elsternwick.--Rev. J. Hay, 11 and 7 Cheltenham, 11 and 3; Mentone, 7, Roev 1. M. Fergus. Baptist Church, 11 and 7, RIev. S. Howard* Congregational.-RIev. J. Rickard, 11 and Christian Chapel, Cheltenham.-M. Good acre, 7. Union Chapel, South Brighton.-3 and 7, Mr. Church of England.-St. Audrews' Ser" mons, 11 and 7. Mordialloc.-ll,,as usual; Cheltenham.--llev. Callln, 11 ; IRev. J, 8, Muir, 7. Mentone.-7. Supply. Little Brighton-Rev. U. Lesouf, 11; Mr. Oramer, 7. Gipsy Village.-7, Mr. Despard. South Brighton.--3, Mr. Bradley. Dingley. --3.30, liev. A. Caflin. Bald Hills.-7, Itev. A. Caffin. East Brighton.-lRev. T. H. Rust, 11; Mr Looker, 7. Oakleigh.-Mr. Looker, 11; Iov. T. H Rust, 7. A UGtEAr fire broke out in Broad way last Tuesday by which five large business promises estimated at two million dollars were completely destroyed. Mu. Mirls, the Locomotive Suplrin tendent of the Victorian railways is expected to ...

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CRICKET JOTTINGS [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 4 February 1888

CRICKET JOTTINGS BY " BATSMCA." On the South Melbourne groundt' one day's match was played between the local club and the Brighton first eleven. Though always a good junior club, it is only recently that the seasidors have felt themselves strong enough to be able to throw down the gauntlet to any of the senior clubs with a reasonablo prospect of success. I have before to-day stated that Messrs Turner and Stokes, the well-known Richmondites, have cas~,in their., lot with Brighton, and they have now received another and welcome addition to their strength in the person of G. Smith, also an old Rlichmond man, and the well-known ex-Custlemainite. Add to these several promising players who have already done yeoman service for their club and you-will find the Brightonites can. put a team into the field that will take some beating. The match on Saturday last was only the second they have played against a senior club, at dny rate without receiving a handicap, and the result of the play must ...

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BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3. BEFORE Mr. Alley P.M., and Messrs Sprigg, Crook, Loyd Tayler, and Wilson. DRINK'S VICTIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 4 February 1888

L BItIG TON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY '3. BBErouR Mr. Alley P.M., and Messrs Sprigg, Crbok, Loyd Tayler, and Wilson. DRINK'S VIOTIMS. M. A. Smith applied to have John I Smith bohrid over to keep the peace. She told the bench that he had on several occasions threateLed to take her life, and that of her child. They had been married going on for six years. The application was granted in his own suriety of £25 for 6 months. Another unfortunate victim to the bottle, on remand from last court was discharged, he having sufti ciently recovered from its effects. AN UNRULY LAD. George Porter, 10 .years of age whose 'inother is a widow residing at East Brighton, was brought up charged with unruly behaviour. It transpired that he nearly set fire to his mother's house on :Saturday last. She said he was beyond her contrdl, and she applied to have him sent to the Reiformatory, but stated her inability to contribute anything towards his support. He was cautioned and, discharged on promising to...

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OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1. Before Mr. Hare, P.M., and Messrs. Irving, Jordan and Looker, J's.P. INSULTING BEHAVIOR. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 4 February 1888

OAKLEIGH POLICE OURJT. WEDNESDAY, FPFBRUARY .1. Before Mr. Hare, 1'. ?I., and Mloessrs. irving, Jordan and Looker, J's.l'. INSULTING BEHAVIOR.: H. Grover, a youth of a respectable ap pearance. was charged by Constable Gray with insulting behavior in a public place, The arresting constable stated that accused in company with two other youths grossly misconducted themselves in Broad wood-street on Sunday last, creating quite a disturbance and jostling up against all persons passing by. Grover was, very drunk at the time, and was incited by the other two in carrying on his misconduct. The other two lads had cleared out and could not be arrested at present. The Police Magistrate'read accused a very severe lecture, and inflicted a fine of is.,. hoping this would prove a deterrent against future misbehavior. NEGLIGENT DRIVING. A. Mersey was charged • by Constable Cawsey wvith negligent driving, and as this was his second offence he was fine ?10s. With- s. tid costs. IEBT CASEs. " . T. Hug...

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MOORABBIN SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, JANUARY 30. PRESENT:—Crs. Ward (Chairman), Abbott, Burgess, Comport, McSwam, Mills, Rennison and Stayner. (Later on in the afternoon the President Cr. Bent, Who had been absent in Sydney arrived and took his place. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 4 February 1888

MIOORABBIN SHIRE COUNCIL. MloNDAY, JANUARY 30. PILESENT :-Crs. Ward(chairman), Abbott, Burgess,, Comport, Mcdwain, Mills, lRennison and Stayner. (Later on in :tin afternoon to .President Cr. Bent, who had been absdut in Sydney arrived and tuok his place. COtRtESL'ONDENCE. From the Proprietor of " The Brighton Leader" reminding the council that his applicationl for a' share of the. advertising 'and printing had not been carried out. AOr -C Abbbt' tihought that it wo~ld be b tter to adh r to. dhe to the original motion andleavoe the destribution of lthe adver tising' to the secretary with the' under standing that the distribution was to be as near as possible equd. This was agreed to. From T. J. Wright, secretary of the Chelthenham Mechanics, applying for a grant-in-aid.-Twu pounds were voted. Letters were also. received from illenelg Shire on rates, 'from Counstable Wilason with reference to foe stamps, and also from a number of residents calling atton tion to necessary repairs to th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 4 February 1888

•- : .:"7 --'_ --..."'-L " - :--- "------- ' ':... Sp'ccial ALv'ertisemlientt. A N NOTATE TrHIS U., iDAVIDSON, Boot and Shoe Wareho-use, South . r r a, Supplies a first-class. article at a: very The' large increaso in his business is the' beat- proof that he gives.. satisfaction. One trial will prove this, BARKLY :& PARLIAMENT STREETS BRIGHTON. W-M. CLARK, JONTRACTOR.. For Asphalting Lawn Tennise Courts, Garden Paths; Verandahs, Yards Workshops, IB' ON. SALE i-Metals, Rubble, Screenings, Bricks, :" ,.:? J. W. ALB TT ?.: Fanily Grocer, Tea Deaier 'aid General Merchant;, ST." ANDREW .STREET, BRIGHTON.' Families waited on for. Orders. J. _R. BAVINTON, O OTMA.KER, POINT :NEPEAN ROAD, North :Brighton. MESSRS. W. H. HUNT AND SON, OUSE DECORATORS, : BAY' STREET, . Brighten, Beg to draw the' attention of their numerous friends and patrons to the ' SANITARY: .-.:PAPERS. Th ese Papers are being very largely used in England, and have received high commendation from the 'very best autho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 4 February 1888

: esidents of Brighton and the Surrounding Districts Are reminded that a BRANCH of the Popular Is NOW OPEN in BAY STREET, NORTH BRIGHTON, Where they can PROCURE EVERYTHING Required from a " Needle to an Anchor." Groceies Wines and Spirits, first-class quality bnly. kept. Customers called on for Orders. Price lists on applicationi 1 - The favour of your patronage respectfully solicited.-- -? +A'.it the : CENTRAL STORE, 89 COLLINS-ST. EAST, the Greatest Realising Sale eve eld in the Colony is now proceeding. S£50,0.00 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 Department. Untrimmed bonnets, fashionable shapes, in all colors, from 6d qach; usual belling price, 4/6. Untrimmed hats, in great variety, all the leading shapes, willbe cleaned at 6d, 1/-, and IJ6U; usual 2/6, 3/6, 6J6. A-large assortm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 4 February 1888

Sipecial Advertisements. 1[ESTABLISHED 1853.1 HAR BISON'S " GO A HEAD"' TIMBER YARD, `CORNER OF , .: Bay and Cochrane Streets BRIGHTON. Timber a~ Melbourne Prices. Great Excitement in Brighton ! What does it all Mean ? -Why W. J. VAN CE& &CO. Are Knocking the Drapery Business.. of.Brighton upride dcown I and are going to give the old high price system a final blow I on Saturday, 28th January, BY ?iT. ENORMOUS Clearing Sale ! Previous to stock-taking: 21 Days Only ! 21 Days Only ! '£2,000 Worth of New and Seasonable Goods ! Must be Sold Regardless of Cost. Do not miss this Grand Opportunity of Purchasing First-class Goods at Prices before Unheard of in Brighton. - Come early and avoid the crush. First-class Dressmaking done on the Premises. Fit and style guaranteed. VANCE AND CO. Cash Drapers and, Importers, Next i. d. & A. U. lana:, BAY STREE'l. JUNCTION PHARMACY, North, Brighton. JOHN H. DAVIES, (From T. W. Norris and Co., Prabran), Pharmaeutical Chemist, (M...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 4 February 1888

LOCAL ITEMS. :?.N inquest was held by Mr. Chand ler, the district Coroner, at the Marine Hotel, Middle Brighito, lJst Tuesday morning, upon the body of Thomas Wall, who died from injuries which were alleged to have been caused in a quarrel with, another man named Ross Egnery, who was present iu. Ituu dy..J.lt ipeare l:' fromu the evidence that the 'men 'had had a quarrel on Sunday, and were under the influence of drink. They went down to the beach, and according to the evidence adduced at the inquiry, Egnery struck Wall from behifld as he was standing near a tree. The foice of the blow felled him, and after he had fallen, and whilst laying still on the ground, Egnery went down and punched him, and when remonstrated with for so doing he said that Wall would have done the same to him if he had had a chance. These circumstances were fully elici ted by the Coroner, and the jury, after due deliberation, brought in a verdict of manslaughter against Egnery. A DEPUTATION 'from the Caulfield...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 4 February 1888

Council. )DVAiNCE ELSTEIRxN WICK A PUBLIC IMEETING of all Householders residing in ELSTEsRNWIoK within the fol lowing boundaries, viz:--North by the Glen Nira road and Byron-street; South by North road; East by Kooyong road, and west by the Bay, will be held in the temporary State school, Church of England Reserve near the Elsternwick railway station on THURSDAY, FEBBUABY 9TH, At 8 p.m., for the purpose of considering the desirablity of forming Elsternwick into a separate municipality. Chair to be taken by the Hon. Colonel nargood, C.MI.G., and IM.L.C. As the question is of the greatest imdortance to every resident of Elstern wick, a large attendance is earnestly re quested. Conveners The Elssernwick Improvement Committee. C, F. KIItKHAM, Hlon. Sec. Auctions. y EDNESDAY FEBRUARY 8 24 ACRES LAND At NOIRTI-ROAD. OAULFIELD. To investors, Capitalists, Land Companies, "and Others. GILEIG & MlUrtIAY LIMITED are instriuctsd to SELL by AUCTION, at their rooms, on Wednesday, 8th inst...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 4 February 1888

Auctions... ONDAY, lran , EBRUARY. At half-past 2o'clock sharp. At Scott's Hotel. 1MI'ORTANT ANNOUNCEl ENT. To,Speculators,. nvestors; Syndicates, and Others. GREATiUOTION' SALE O' 1065 AComs osf MAGNIVIOCENT SUB AT HIGH STREET, NORTH PRESTON. Bly . IPattcrso. aalldl~'ons, In conjunction with t 'hWalstab and So ;. By order of the Hon. Tlios. Bent, M.L.A : Tis grand estate" is situaited on the west side of High-street, North Preston, running througk to', the Merri Creek. aid comprises some' ?of the' finest subdivisional land in Victoria. jii0 I1MMraDIATELY'OTPPOSITE. "` ExTRAoDINARY LI?? IE?nAL Tasis. Extending overa period of S - Three Y?ar'. cearing-interest at the rate .of per cent per annum only." . Title; 'certificate,' Further particulars in future advertise ments. ATURDAY, FEBRUARY l 11 Oh Ground, at Three o'Clock. The KENSINGTON I'PAK ESTATE C. J. and T. M1AM Are instructed by the. Hon. Thos. Bent to announce that THE FIRST'hALE IN 1888 UOf THE KENSINGTOIN PAIRK ESTATE Will b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 4 February 1888

Banks. Conunercial Bank of Australia (Limited) Authorised Capital ... ... £3,000,000 Subscribed Capital ... .. 2,500,000 Paid Up . 1,000,000 Reserve Fund ... ... 600,000 HEAD OFoICE--30 COLLINS ST. W., MELBOURNE. London Office-Bishopsgate, St. Withij, corner of Leadenhall-street, E.C. BRIGHTON BRANC?I Corner Bay & Cochrane Streets. 'Interest allowed on 1"IXED DEPOSITS, - highest current:rates: Bills Discounted and Advances Mi?de. IW. ?PFarliind,; Manager. r AUSTRALIANLA CHARTERED . (Iincorporated byi Royal Charter 182) Paid up Capital, with power .to . increase to £1,500,000... ...£720,000 Reserve Liability of Shareholders £ 720,000 Reserve fund ...... ~ £20,000 Elsternwick Brabh : GL EN HUN TLY RO AD; (Nekir lailway Station.) Interest iadlowed.-on Fixed Deposits at Highest Rates.) Drafts issued on the London ofilice, Bra iches aId agents oft'lie B a k at Curi?rent flates of Exch inge Bill? Discounted an il dvances ide ½ b A 1ACKENL4E,..] . ;i'rlgnuto K ilProid:ie Store ania...

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MORNINGTON SHIRE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1888. PRESENT—Crs. Irvine (President) Turner, Unthank, Peddle, Thompson, Downward Benton and Box. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 4 February 1888

MORNINGTON SIiIRE COUNOIL. .- ---------o FRIDAY, .JAN'UARYr 28, 1888.?' PREsENT-Ors. Irvine (Presidejt) Turner, Unthank, Peddle, Thompson, Downward Benton and Box......!I` COIRRESPONDENCE. IFrom the Mayor of Melbourne, soliciting monetary assistance: in -aid of a fund for suitably- acknowledging the : heroisinm dis played by Capt. "tichardson, the comman der of .the Oheviot.--A sum of £2 2s was was voted, several councillors speaking in high terms of the captain's conduct. From R. Lemon;, minager of the " Mornington Leader," soliciting a share of the council's advertisements and printing. -Or. Downward.said the council could not stand theo cst that would be incurred :by inserting their "advertisements in another paper. He had told the proprietor of the secon?d paper that: if the council entertalined his request a third and perhaps a ftouLrth paper would bei started, and hen their 4 g a.re He ? th'adver.i '"t present Cr. Unthank the siotion. (r. Thompson sugg~ at the a sertisement be...

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WRECK OF A STEAM LA UNCH. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 4 February 1888

WRECK OF A STEAM LAUNCH.   -----o----- Alongside the Brighton railway pier Fortuna, a small pleasure steam launch of about seven tons burden, is now lying a complete wreck, and the sequel of its destruction, as told by the master of the little vessel, fur- nishes the material for a most start- ling tale of trials and difficulties met with during twelve hours experience in Hobson's Bay. It appears that the owner of the craft is Mr. Hugh Thompson, a well-known resident of Melbourne, and when the train of events subsequently related overcame her she was bound for Sorrento in charge of Thomas Greenaway, a resident of South Melbourne, and William Thompson, son of the pro- prietor. The story, as told by Greenaway, is as follows :--At 10 minutes to noon on the 1st we left the Queen's Wharf, bound for Sorrento, having nothing on board but a couple of boxes con- taining wine. We reached the Bay in pretty quick time viz., one hour and ten minutes, and stood out for Schnapper Poin...

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