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SALES OF PROPERTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 25 February 1888

SALES OF PROPERTIES. Messrs Walstab and Son (in conjunction with Mr. S. P. Simmonds), report having sold allotments in New, Carpenter, and Grosvenor streets, Brighton, the total amount of the sales being £2131 198 Gd. Messars Munro and Baillieu report a very successful sale of mansion and villa sites in the Great Toorak Estate, amounting in' all to £24,02314s 10d, the prices ranging from £4 17s Gd to £12 12s 6d'per fodt'; also, a sale of residential, sites at San dringham, 'ambinting to .£5862 5s 10d at prices between £3 7s Gd and £5 per foot; also, allotments . in La. Rose Estate, Coburg, amounting to £34;2 16s; and mansion and villa sites at ' Glenroy, amounting to £2007 16s 3d, prices rang ing from l1s to 25s per fobt.> Total sales for'the day,'£36,236 12a 11d. . Mr. F. L. Flint reports having held a successful 'sale" of farm and towishipj blocks at Mulgrave.:. Fortythree blocks were sold at'prices ranging from '£40 to £215 per acre'; 17 blocks .was withdrawn for private sale....

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 25 February 1888

LOCAL'' ITEMS. In our nexit issue we. purpose giving 'No 2 of our 'Delinieations "of Character, and the gentleman whose phyeical organi sation iis -to. be'" reviewed-is aThe Hon. Thos. Bent M.L.A., ;member ,for this district, Mayor of Brighton and President of. the . Shire of ;Moorabliin. These papersi , will appear fortnightly and we feel sure will be read with interest. The anniversary services of the South Brighton Primitive" Methodist Suniiday school were: celebrated last Suniday, on which occasion the' Rev iW. Goyen of Melbourne First Circuit preached morn ing and evening and in the afternoon de livered an address to the parents, teachers and ,scholars. The, sermons .were ap prapriate, the addireses poinrited and pugent'and the attendance very good. Notwithstanding the fact: that several additional magistrates have been recently appointed, many of :the suburban police courts are frequiently delayed'for upwards of an .hour for the attendance of the great unpaid. ' Last. Monday t...

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LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 25 February 1888

LAIWN TENNIS, The single-handed ladies matches in connection with the Cheltenham Lawn Tennis resulted in Miss Fraser winning Mr Wm. Lamb Smith's trophy, and Miss C. I. Comport winning Mr G. W. Taylor's, Miss Hunter was runner up To-day the gentlemen play for' tWo trophies, commenoing at 3 p.m.

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CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 25 February 1888

UCHURCH. SERVICES TO-MORROW. Presbyterian.-Brighton, Rev. Mr.-. 11 and7. Elsternwick.-Rev. 3. Hay, 11 and 7 ChOieltenham, 11 and 3; Mentone, 7, "Rev.. R. M. Fergns. .. COhurch of England-Brighton; 11 and 7,. Revs. 8. Taylor and W. C. Pritchard. Caulfield, Rev. H. B. Macartney,.11 and. T Armadale, Rev. F. Webb. E1sternwick, Rev. P. Bailhacie. Malvern, Rev. C. J. Godby, 11 and 7.` Oakleigh, Rev. T. H. Rust. Mordialloc, Morning as usual, Mr. Thomas at 7. COheltenham, Mr. Simpson, 11; Rev. .I. S. Muir, 7.: Mentone, Rev. A. Caffin, 11. Little Brighton, Mr. Despard, 11;,Mr. Simpson, 7. Gipsy Village, Supply, 11. South Brighton, Mr. Himpson, S. Dingley, Rev. A. Caffin, 3.30. Bald Hills, Rev. A. Caftin, 7. , Congregational, Brighton, Rev. J. Richard 11 and 7. Malvern, Rev. C. Moon, 11 and 7. SOakleigh, Rev. J. F. Gannaway, 11 and . Wesleyan Methodist-BRrighton, Revs. J. Waitsford and J. R. Smith. Were Street, Rev. J. Watsford,11';' Rev.. B. DTnks, 3; and Rev. C. Lancaster, 7. Primitive..Met...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 25 February 1888

Special Advertisemnents: PAPERHANGINGrS Of Every Description from 21d per piece, suitable F.~3 1:;FOR i Kitchen. Bedroom, Hall, Dining or Draw ingroom. In the town of Brighton to :snrpass them AT The prce they iret tbe obtaiied from MACPHERSON& LAWRIE Painters and Decorator, CHUROH - STREET, MIDDLE BRIGHTON. A-W T A .,S The L R Most C -T N Perfect Wall I 0O L, ./1 Deoration of the N -19th Century. ART1ISTIC. SANITARY. DURABLE. can be decorated to imitate Metal, Wood *, Terra -cotta or Majolioael; .l ri 6 Diddo Decorations o F a "tr° `Cs. "I/i. per yard. Sanitary and other washable wall papers. Pavitt's Gold, Silver and Prismatic Bronzes. Windsor and Newton's <y;; 8'g' rt rti4s' Colors, Sable, Cable and Hog Hair Brushes. Opal Glass, Plain and Ornamental Glass, Tinned Paints and Painters Materials for Sale. MACPHERSON & LAWRIE HousE DEconApogs, , Undertake every Description of HOUSE PAINTING and DECORATING. All w*cr eieonted in a first-class manner. The Addr...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 25 February 1888

CRICKET. Brighton v. St. Kilda (second elevens.) This match was played on Saturday at the Beach, and resulted in a draw in favor of the local team, the detailed scores were: Brighton. -Wilmot, b Murdock, 38; Sullivan, c b Fabtorini, 9; Laurence, b Murdock, 2; Farries, b Murdock, 2; Grout, 'lb McLean, 35; Cornwall, c b Fabtorini, 3; Everingham, b McLean, 13; Webb, b McLean, 34; Leonard, b Dynon, 1; Wenborne, not out 19; McKay, b Fabtorini, 1. Byes, 7. Total, 164. St. Kilda, 6 for 66. Farries, 5 for 21, howled splendidly for the locals. Brighton v. Kew Asylum. The local club journeyed on Saturday to Kew to play the Asylum team. Ballantyne winning the toss sent Stokes and Smith in to bat first, but Stokes was caught before he scored. Roberts only added one when he was caught, Ballan tyne was run out before he had time to score, Dunn joining Smith brought. the score to 30, when Smith was bowled for 21. Ennry after making 15 was given on lbw, making 5 for 48, Cochrane only added 6 when h...

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MALVERN POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18. Before W. B. Jones Esq., and Dr. Eccles J's.P. INSULTING BEHAVIOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 25 February 1888

MALVERNI POLICE COURT.1 SATtYRDAY,. F:nBittAY 18. Before W. rB.Jones Esq.,a;;ud Dr. Ecoles INSULTING IBEIAVIOUR. W:. Hill. proceeded against K..Eclou for committing an assault upon him on the afternoon of the 9th iners. Complainant deposed that on the day in question he had. occasion to chastise.his :child, she having disobeyed his orders. For the purpose of chastisement he uspd a broad strapjproduced,iahd did-not in hie' opinion ,use,tindueo severity. Whilst he.as beating the,ohild defendant came up andastrick hiti and also aat 'inhis face. ' This 1 dvi.. deride was, corroborated in part by, the child, hut contradicted in part by two respectable witnesses who stated that complainant challenged defendant to fight. The bencht after a short consultation dies missed tihe case with £2 2s'c6sts :against "complainlant. A IAINTENANCE UASE Robecca Vivian charged Alfred Gen. Caulfield with neglecting to. support an illigitimate child of which he, was. the father. It transpired in evidence th...

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ABSTRACT OF AUCTION SALES. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 25 February 1888

ABSTRACT OF AUCTION SALES. S T'4lS DAY. Messrs Robertson, Caper & Co., in conjunction with C. J. Hearle &'Co., at Mordialloc, 14 magnificent allotments in the Eastbourne Estate. Messrs E J. Dixon & Son, at Arma dale, Emat St Kilda, grand Allotments and Villa Sites, also a grand 'Mansion site in Dandenong Road. Mr. R. L. Hair, at Toorak, 28 grand allotmetts in Torak and Burke Roads. NEXT, MONDAY. Mr. A. Cooper, of the Beach Reserve;. a quantity of firewood in lots to suit purohasers. 'NIXT TUESDAY. Messrs Muriro and Ballieu, at Glen Iris, severial choice Mansion. Villa, and busi ness sites.NEXT THURSDAY. Messrs Walatab and Son, in conjunction withS. P. Simmonds, at Scott's Hotel, 20 acres of land at East Brighton, and a block of land in Gentre and Jasper roads.

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BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, FEB. 24TH, Before Messrs Bent, Webster, Crook, and Eqan, J's.P. INEBRIATE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 25 February 1888

BHIGHTOU POLIUECOURTJ --*- FJIIAY, FnE. 24TH, --- -- I Before Messrs Benti Webster, Crook, and Eian, J's. P.* INEBRIATE. W. Durrant for being drunk and dias orderly was fined 5q. WANDERING CATTLE. About a dozen persons were charged by the police with allowing their cattle to stray on the streets of the town, and fines ranging from 2s Od to 5a with costa were returned against them. NEGLIGENT DRIVING. Mr Hailly for driving without his name on his dray was fined a crown, and Jas. Cochrane, and T. McCloud for negligent driving half that amount. BREACH OF BY-LAW. Messrs Grant and Baker, Butchers, Church Street, Middle Brighton, were proceeded against by Sergeant Ryan, for allowing filthy matter to flow from their premiees into the open drain. Mr. Stone, Town Surveyor, deposed that he visited Messrs Grant and Baker's pre mises on Wednesday, 15th inst. and saw a "dark-colored, evil-smelling mass of matter flowing out of their premises on to the public street." He had on several occasions h...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 25 February 1888

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENT. --- In answer to correspondenoe from w Ratoepayer we have to state that the fol lowing councillors will retire next August :-Malvern, Or Martin for the. eastern, Or Edsall for the western and Or Robinson for the central ridings. Card. field ; Or Holland, for the south western Cr Langdon, north western, Or Looker for the eastern and Or Lane for the East St. Kilda ridings.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 25 February 1888

77~ Colleges and Schools. "FINIs CORONAT Opus." BRIGHTON LADIES' COLLEGE (" Ellesmere,") 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 Eduication, Assisted by MISS A. E. COX. English Literature and Mathematics, S. GRENFELL, B.A., L.L.B. French 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, MIssEs DICK and MOON. 'Resident Governess: =MISS. A. E. COX: : TERMIS (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 Fifteen Guineas per Term ENGLISH in its various branches com prises Reading, Writing. Arithmetic (Ad...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 25 February 1888

- p..Speciaal...,......._.__.. PLEASANCE'S SPECIAL TINCTURE OF PODOPHYLLIN . The best remedy yet discovered for, Biliousness, Bilious Hendriche, Constipation, SHeartburn, Indigestion, and all Maladies a arising from a sluggish Liver. PLEASANCE'S _SANTONIA'. WORM SYRUP A Never-failing Preparation for Removing~ and Destroying R'onnd or Thread Vorms in , Adults and Children. Should any of the symptoms briefly given belowbenoticed, the presericeof Worms can be safely concluded :-Restless ness, irritability, grinding the teeth atnight, starting dur S ing sleep. picking the nose, dark rings under the eyes, variable * appetite, &c: SSOLD IN BOTTLES 2s. EACH Typhoii Fever!.r, The Hommopathic Remedy. for Typhoid Fever, PLEASANCES SPECIAL TINCTURE OF BAPTISIAM. The presence of Typhoid, Enteric, Gastric, or Colonial. Fever, as the disease is'variously termed, is becom ing alarmingly on the increase in this colony.' The atten tion of the public is drawn to the value of the above remedy,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 25 February 1888

ut .A~re reminded that a BRANCH of the Popular f i t l '7 I.. i -,I 1 -- -··-·- ·.~ ·· Is NOW OPEN lei AY: STREET, NORTH BRIGHTON, Where they can PROCURE EVERYTHING Required 'from a' "Needle to an Anchor." Groceies, Wines and Sp'irits, first-class quality only kept. ; Customers called on for Orders. Pricelsso ap ictn - The favour of your patronage respectfully solicited. i~;At the CENTRAL STORE, 89 'COLLINS-ST: EAST, `the Greatest Rlealising Sale ever held in the Colony is now proceeding. £50,0600WORTH OF STOCK has to be turned inito money. It will~be worth your while to give us a call, adyuwl o edspone The whole of the Goods are ini first-class condition, having been purchased within the last six months. 7'··· ~ ... .-: Millinery Department. Untrimmed bonnets, fashionable shapes, in all colors, from Gd each; usual selling price, 4/6. Untrimmed hats, in great variety, all the leading shapes, will be cleared at Gd, 1/-, and 1/6; usual 2/6, 3/0, 6/6. A large assortment or sailor hats,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 25 February 1888

Auctions. SATURDAY, _25th FEBRUARY. " _At'. o'clock, on the Ground.: j ·. · -: ...· A.·f ~'l ·. TOORAK ESTATE. TOORAK ESTATE Corner of -TOORBAK and BURKE ROADS, Late Biggs's 'Orchard. ROBERT L HAIR, Auctioneer, has received instructions to offer by public auction on Saturday, 25th Inst., This magniiticentlestatesuabdivided into 2 B GRAND BUSINESS ind 28 28 VILLA'SITES 28 This estateois situatedo n the Corner of BURKE and TOORAK ROADS, W1ithin five minutes of the Burke Road Railway Station, on Glen Iris line. Has a big frontage to Burke Road. The lnd has been carcefully surveyed. The drainage is perfect. Thie auctioneery would draw attention to thie fact df this being onie of the best pad docks for sub-division ever offered in this select localityr Ruilders and speculators should not lose this opportnnity of securing a few allotments in this famous estate. Sale will be conducted in a spacious marquee:. NOTE THE TERMS: Ten per cent. deposit; balance by quarteriy payments to 24 months,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 25 February 1888

.,,Special: Advertisements.'=r ANNO:T',A"TE T HI:S ; U DAVIDSON :.t 'and Shoe." .ai aehiole, SCommeroiaJ Road, : 1S~o a t h"';,Y Ir r a;ý . Spplies a firstolass. a ticle =at a very }:. ;.': umoderateyppr e..k NT The largeincreasejinjhisabusiness is the best proof that he gives " satisfaction. J. One trial will prove this; , BARBKLY d&e PARLIAMENT* BTREETS BRIGHTON. WM. CLARK, CONTRACTOB For Asphalting Lawn Tennis Courts, Garden Paths, Verandahs, Yards, Workshops, &c., &c. &c. - ! FENCING, OARTAGE, & PLOUGHING. 8'1 ON SALE :-Metals, Rubble, Screenings, Bricks, &c.', ... " t J. W. OALB.JRY Family Grocer;, Tea Dealer and General IMerchant, ST. ANDREW STREET,' BRIGHTON. Families -waited on for Orders. SJ. R.R BAVINTON BOOTMAKER, POINT NEPEAN ROAD; North Brighton. MESSRS. W. H. HUNT AND SON, OUISE DECORATORS BAY" STREET, Brighton, Beg to draw the attention of their numerous friends and patrons to the NEW SANITARY' WALL PAPERS. These Papers ...

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THE LEADER. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, FEB. 25, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 25 February 1888

THE LEADER. JUSTICE TO ALL. ;.SATURDAY, FEB. 25, 1888. TIHE approaching Centennial Exhibit ioninAugustnext willproclaim to the inhabitants of the civilised globe that the new world of Australia enters upon the second century. When the bold Noresmen,ItheSea Kings of their day; gazed with covetous eyes upon the British Isles, when the designing Duke of Normandy wrecked "the English crown from the gallant saxon Harold-eight hundred years` ago'; hot onily AAustralia but the vast con tineit of Anierica'wais undreamed' of by the "wisest and" most' learned philosophers. i Had any : 'one con jectired the wIorld was round he would have been considered a danger ous lunatic. "iIts limits: were confined to a comparatively meagre area, and as it was considered perfectly flat as D)r. Thomas says, it was thought if you went1 beyond the known bouin daries you would fall off into a dark and bottomless abyss.. Since those days of superstitions how prolific and wide-spreading has the British riace bec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 25 February 1888

+.. Banks. Commercial Bank of Australia (Limited) '.Authorised Capital ... £8,000,000 ::Suibscribed Capital .... 2,500,000 ""'pPaid Up ... . ... 1,000,000 dleserve Funda .. ... ... 600,000 HEAD O FiOCE-30 COLLINS ST.' W., MELBOURNE. 'Lon don Office-Bishopsgate St. Within, corner of Leadenhall-street, E.C.B BRIAHTON BR4NOR Cortner Bdy & Cochran e Streets. t i alloed in FILED DEPOSITS= .haes currv : Lndonfl offcebranches and , a e,.nLea of the Bank issued at lodwest ;c·. "rates of exchange. Bills Discounted and Advances Made. W. Fl Farland,ge Manager. ' ENGLISH., SCOTTISH AND ;AUSTRALIAN CHARTERED B A N K. (Incorporated by Royal Charter 1852) IPaid up Capital, with .power to increase to £1,500,000... .. £720,000 Ieserve Linbilityof Shareholders £720,000 :Reserve fund ... ... .220,000 ',Elsternwick Branch: SGLEN HUNTLY ROAD, (Near Railway Station.). interest allowed on Fixed Deposits at Highest Rates.) irafts issued oni the London office HBranilches and agents of the Bank at Cu...

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THE THROAT, ITS TRIAS AND TROUBLES. No. 3 [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 25 February 1888

THE-THROATi n:ITS TRIALND AND >F,ýý ;:,ýýi: TROUBLES.rd _:, -No:&. - Br, A !'FsaMIY DOTOR.' INEARLY all ;medical men,", in this country' at' least, asre agreed that the terrible :sutfferings through: tasting to whicli the:. wouild-be American martyr, Dr. Tanner, In lately subje-ted himself have resulted in 'the elucidation of no new,scientifio facts-. Nevertheless the great: endurance of the man, and the extent to which insulted nature bore the :;.trial; must "have .oaused many thousands of people to ask themselves the question "Do not most of us usenimore fo od and drinik than are necessary to maintain our bodies in a state of heIalthl" This quiestion is oine that can o.:ly., be. answered ini the aflirmative, for, as 'a general rule, people will call into requisition their powers of deglutition far too often during the twenty-four hours. There is no' nation whose sons are 'hore healthy and" hardy than one where abstemiousness is considered , a virtue. Oatmeal is by many ...

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YACHTING. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 25 February 1888

YACHTING. T.:he Brighton Yacht Club held a race last Saturday for a trophy presented: by Mr J..O. McBean, and asecond prize of £22 g iven by the Olub. There was a good wholesale breeze blowing at the start which dropped off a little toowardis the finish. "The following boats were eiitered. Helene, Scratch, Jubilee, 'ana Sisters, one miniute,. Starlight 2 minutes, Ailss.i 3 minutes, Rose.. and Aletha 10 miniites. TheRose and. Helene did not start,:and the:Sisters, just before the start having split her jib and broken her bow-sprit, thus preventing her a'so from sailing in in the race, left the Starlight, Jubilee, Ailsa and Aletha to fight it out. The boats started off with a free sheet to the northerly buioy which was rounded in the. .following order:-Ailsa; Starlight, Jubilee, :and Aletha. The Jubilee soon passed the Starlight, and then,. made chase after the Ailsa, and after coming up on the wind maintained a lead of about two lengths. The boatskept veryclose to gether. and the sig...

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CAULFIELD POLICE COURT. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 20. Before J. C. Holland Esq., J.P. VAGRANCY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 25 February 1888

_.....CAULFIELD-POLICE COURT. MONiAY, FnaBRUARY 20.:: Before J. C. Holland Esq., J.P.. VAGRANCY. James Brennan was charged by Con stable Jordan with vagrancy.' The constable deposed that accused had been: knocking about Caulfield for. the last three years. About a fortnight ago he 'weit ixitota public hduse in theneieghbiiiir.i hood adid asked for-a pint of beeir;-' bit having no money to pay forit was refused. Soon-after the wood and grass was set on fire, and it was suspected accused was the guilty party. Breenan was a perfect nuieance in the neighbourhood. Robert W. Caddon, Merchant of 56 Queen street, Melbourne, stated that on the 16th inst. whilst on his way home from-the Malvern Station he was waylaid by two persons. One of them asked him for. a match, and the other who was behind him, whilst he was giving the matoh..to.. the--first, -thrdttled him, and rifled his pockets, taking 4s lid in cash, and a bunch of keys. He could not swear that accused was one of them, but he had a...

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