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OAKLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, MAY 31. Present:—Crs. Thompson (president), Wilson, Willis, Leonard, Lavidge, Armstrong, Marshall and Taylor CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 2 June 1888

OAKLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. ---0----- TIIURSDAT MAY 31 . - Present :--Crs. .Tolimpson (p~irslden), Wilso?n Willis, Leonard, Lavidge, Armstrong, farshall and Taylor .ORRBBPONDEBNO0. . .~-.*. -. From F. Stephens, jirir.,"uskihig the council whether. they had. any objec tion to state case re' Nicholson - and others for removing sand. And if in the event of one case and the' decidion thereon, they were'pripared to abide. the. event.-The council, on the motion of Cr Taylor, seconded by Or Wilson, decided. that each case should be hoeard on its own merits. From. the Victorian Rliilways, stat-. ing that, they had. looked into the matter of an extra wicket gate at Oakleigh, dnd in their opinion the Ipresent accommodatior was aiiflioient,. as another gate would envoke the em ploymelnt of extra men.-Received. From several ratepayers, asking the council to effect some necessary re pairs to a crossing leading into Waveorloy-road. Cr Wilson explained that Ihis was a orossing luading to a private roa...

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MOORABBIN SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, MAY 28. Present—C[?] Bent (Presideent), [?] MINUTES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 2 June 1888

": M00APBit SHIRE'OUfUJOILD"" Srdtm tOomidiltoinQB Wit I(presidont)'/1 ! lAlbbt i'Blu1ess Odi'iporGtIiucSIThinC I U llienii&bWcp9Ybiffokjiftadd AWardi'] ho iii.l(:,us. of ,lasti iuiq Qng' rqg ":" a - ja ... t h j FIHtiioft u6iiat ? it.ein, -ILI 'o 'idauI .,oi da o IrcthyC's Fut ntward corepondtmnto, n ,roea,?d. i ,1 f-COR? I f PONDN O i IN a', fdi i'.' i c-isit·ao' i'te'j l cs' l Tli& l ",lie;bflyi ,Ithpntih't io 'tlh ?ti fiti'tib niiNitini' *uosl f6i: 6YlttWd S^e ?""' Agt"cd'1 fi'Oa?, tlhl flatopa osolb f the' orWei_'L 'oi Ij 6 ,roW. ',. f' a . y. '0 . -.l , iFro the& d ep6rtment 0f 1'1hlntiti rcdi:od' h ty'a6iltfoI 'iai i i s 'llu" i; l tidRil, in',of tie':Shire'oi oora'bbi' "i which ltlhefy'asked thlalt t im'g3t" b6e re-msob-" dividod, as also stating . tlhaA ?lid' Thoie Seeio?r"tthrliebii i tfMtli" e''vFr i'd the olportune time flo'ioi;llih'l g ititi ' Spolling ooths' aind reittiiiir'ng oiihcs. RTeilt :rlas" doi "wvith' tH 'fl ollowin. idstil:i oi r H 'Ki...

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THERE WERE BETWEEN SIX AND SEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 2 June 1888

THERE WERE BETWEEN SIX AND SEVEN. It was in an Ohio town, in that part of the State where moti of the boys are called Hans and the girls Gretchen. There was a casein court, and the particular question at isaue just then was the number of persone present when a certain event occurred. An honest but simple-minded German was on the stand. He had never taken an oath before, and was not a little disconcerted. The lawyer who conducted the cross-examination saw his opportunity, and badgered him with ques tions after the manner of his kind, 'How many did you say there were present ' he shouted, bringing his fit down upon the table as though the fate of empires was trembling in the balance. 'Yell,' meekly answered the witness, 'off gouree I gould not chast say, but I dinke dero vae between six and esfen.' 'Tell the jury what yon mean by that,' reared the lawyer, getting red in the face ; ' how could there be between six and seven ? Were there seix or were there seven ?' and he glared knowing...

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CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 2 June 1888

CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW: !Presbyterian.-Brighton. Rev. :,. Souter, 11and7. ,' i(ifl' c 1OitIL Elsternwick.--Re. J. Hay, 11 and 7 ' Uoheltenham, , Mentono, 7, Rev. R. .. :'Fergtis:;:p Jie I br i? ) ? ' Caulficld, Rev. 'H. B. Macartney, 11.and 7 Armadale, Rev. F. Webb. :Elsternwick; Rev. P. Bailhache. Malvern, Rev. C. J. Godby, 11 and 7. Oaklcigh, Rev. T. HI. Rust. Brighton Codgregational-M6rfiigJasif_ evening, Rev."o.Rickard, . . . L Malvern, Reov. C. Moon, 11 and 7. Oakleigh, Rev. J. F. Gannaway, 11 and 7: Wesleyan Mothqdiet?_rightitn, 1, 11Rev. W. A. Qnick,'anid'7 Rev. J.0 . TIdgamells. Primitive Methodist-South Yarra, Rev. C. Anthony, 11 and 7. North Brighton, Rev. B. Wibberley, 11 Mr. J. H. Searle, 7. South" Brightqn?, ?M-, R; Ed ands 11;."ý Rov, B iVibberl1? y,:60.8 . . East Brighton-Mr." . Lemon,. 3 ani i Baptist hrch-- gh . o S:v.Ho0 ard i Christian Chapel-Brighton, 11 and 7. Cheltenhriai Mir.'Oddabrt,7. II Union Church-Oaulfleld1 Rev. J. Gregson 1 1 a ri d , 7 .1 ? - . " . ...

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LAWN TENNIS. CHELTENHAM V. OAKLEIGH (Ladies Match). [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 2 June 1888

S; : LAWN TENNIS.,: ; ° OIIFELTENHAH V. OAKLEIGOIH (Ladies Match). Was 'played:'last ??Wednesday at Cheltenham, when Misses G. and C. Comport. (C) beat Misses Nelson 'tn'di J?lert`s (0), 6 to 2, ??d also Misses Oragg and Roberts (0), 6 to 3. Misses Comport and Fraser (C) beat Misses . Cragg and Nelson (0), 6 to 4, and also. M'isses Nelson and.Roberts :(0), 6: to 5. Totals-Cheltdnham, .24;,iOakleigh, :1 ," :.: i.? >*, i ?, ~ý'[,i. . CHIIELTENIIHIVo RICHMOND.(J:roPiy • : Match). . j Will be played to day 4t Richmond,. at 2 p.m.

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 2 June 1888

&GBIRIULTURAL NOTES. Rapid progress is everywhere being made with the ingetting of the crope. The soil A since the rainfall is in excellent condition for it this operation, and the fields that have been sown are eommeneing to look green. A good deal of ploughing yet remains to be done, this work having been greatly delayed this season owing to the lateness of the rains. Grass has Improved where the land is not overstooked, and altogether the prospects '. have materially brightened during the past few weeks. The schedule of prizes to be offered for competition at the eighteenth annual exbi. bltion of the National Agriniltural Society of Victoria, to be hold on the show-grounds, Plemington, on the 28th, 29th, 30th, and 31st August, and 1st September, has been Slissaed as a supplement to the society's journal for May. The programme is an ex ceedingly liberal one, Centennial inter. national prizes of £25 each being offered in the prinelpal classes in addition to the Grand Ohampi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 2 June 1888

L. Stesen & Sons Limited, ContMoing ths e bnatnewe at d L. 8tEVENOON and 1OS, Ectablhed 1828. Head Offce: 14 Fladers Lem Eas1, 1ebemwe. oAPITAL, -soa.,8 .ncorporated mndeiba QCompanlsa Stute, 80. prD Brdt to e oteir ordinOry bosnoew. emrf e Sfor, eA CLASSES of R 6 Ar. d ? , a' . <._ _..w. . AGo01?8 either for UOTING oea a '8, The enipayny .ra open to crcnc s-de at. GEORGE BT?VWNSON DEBBE ? MTTEV3280N D L.0. R=,VNSON Managing tor? ade Albert Biilding .Soet.y BOARD OF DIMUU?USB: DAVID BDATH, feq.,. Ho. P. T. DERAM, A. B. J. LANODON, ? eq., J.P. J.A RITOR •N, Heq EDWARD WATMES. Esq. MANAEB: Oaer .eel aTEd1aata e1 6t Investors, Depooltora, and Borrowen. -SHARES leaned dally at premium of 7 :. Sd. DEPOSITORS For 11 months recelce 6 poor 68a1; 8 years, 0} pr tednt. * BORROW S . RS? T Tables of repayment are based on the lowest -eaest Promptnges and fairness are apecally coaeldeed. OP T ICE8 : ? 5 QUEEN'S -WALK (Opposte towfrbh MELBOUBNL. Janges Donaldson and C; Limited,...

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ELSTERNWICK IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE. WEDNESDAY, MAY 30. Present—Messrs, Reid (president), Coppin, Wise, Bachelor, Kirkham, Jones and Pinnock. ARCHIBALD STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 2 June 1888

ELSTERNWICK IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE. WEDNESDAY, MAY 30. Present--Messrs, Reid (president), Coppin, Wise, Bachelor, Kirkham, Jones and Pinnock. ARCHIBALD STREET. Mr. Kirkham brought under notice the very great incoivenience residents of Garden Vale had to put up with there being' no means of approach from Archibald street to the railway station. At one time there wes a stile there, but this had been removed and' a fence put across, thus':effectually blocking it up, and there was no means of passing along except by scaling the fence. Some time ago Mr. Speight had promised to visit and inspect; but it appears he. .was too busy, and" had not done so. He. mbved that the railway commissioners be asked to place a gate 'at Archibald 'street for the convenience of 'the resi dents. '.This was.. seconded -by M?r. Wise, who said that. the Elsternwick resi dents wore debarred fromiproper ingress and egress to' the station,. w'hilst Balaclava had a long asphalt approach; this was manifestly unfair....

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FOOTBALL. BRIGHTON V. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 2 June 1888

- FOOTBALLf" (: ,':trI*'Jxi S BRIGHTON V. DIORNINGTON. The Brightonjourneyect on Queen as Birthday to Mornington to play the local f'teaii Ou-6of f'ori "t'iie"nmli6rp picked for first and jsecond twenties only sixteen put i?i an appearance. The'play~started at 3 o'clock, aridr wiv contii ill?5 o'clock; duringwhinogi timeit rained: very haird ?atin tnrsrlr` and a strong _indr blew ,.acrossgy the ground. ~'he game was very evenly contested, a:d.r sulted in :ar? win: for the Brighton by, llggoal4(, wer) aniid 7 behinds to 9 boehinds.L ebb, Goilut Teangne, Wright, and. ilson played a good game for the winnifis. S: BRIIGHITON V. 8 `ST. ILDA. This lmatched was played on. Satur day at Stw Kilda, and .during theyfirst quarter the S. St.iildahadcl it. nearly all.thoir own way, and _kicked 1, goal anrd 4 beliinds toill! :Diiig the three' final quarters the, game .vas very evenly.,. confestod" a at imes he 3righton ran 'completely, over theixr opponeni ts.. ; The final" risult was" S. St. Kild...

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BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JUNE 1. (Before Messrs. Crook, Sprigg, and Jamieson, J's.P.) SUNDAY TRADING. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 2 June 1888

BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JUNE 1. : , ; (Before Messrs. Crook, Sprigg, and. : Jamieson, J's.P.) SUNDAY TRADING.: '::: J. Griffin, licensee of the ::Brighton Beach railway refreshment rooms ?was charged . by Inspector Scanlan with. Sunday trading. Mr. Donovan was retained foi ,the defence. .. Sergeant Ryan . deposed :that orin Suud'ay,: 29th April, he.saw a :man named Walters enter. the bar, and' ask, for a. nobler' of whiskey, ':which rwas" iserved.:to him by Miss Adams, f the barmaidi; she not asking him -ns t6o whether or not : he ..was .:a'Ibona, ·de. 'traveller.' The distance which Walters had travelled was under ten. miles:?,: T. Walters deposed that lhe -was' hat Brighton RBeach on Sunday, 129th April: 'He called for and ,was seived, with k nobler of whiskey. The distance, he had travelled was over ten miles:.;': There was then a disposition on· the part of the Inspector to withdraw the case, but after a little 'cross firing betwixt him ,and Mr. ] Donovan, the witness was...

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SOME CLERICAL REMINISCENCES. (IN CORNHILL.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 2 June 1888

SOME OLERICAL REMINISCENCES. (mN cOEners.) I remember, however, one parson of my youth who somewhat overdid this combina tion of performance and doctrine, since, one Sunday, he went fast asleep while be was preaohing. Fact. A friend of ours was present, and saw him do it. He was always elow, and on this occasion got slower and slower till he stopped altogether. This woke up those who nodded, and on looking towards the pulpit they saw him sleeping while he stood; like a horse. I forget the end of the story. But he passed from a sermon into a snore. So did another man. That was in Rutlandehire. A parson there told 'me of it. This second sloeper had gone kindly to take the duty for a neighbour a few miles off, in August. He walked to the church, and being well in time looked into the vicarage. The kindly servant asid,.'Yon seem tired, sir; won't you have a glass of ele after your walkt' Yes, he would; and did, and felt refreshed. - The day, however, was very hoe, the afternoon wee the ...

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MATRIMONY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 2 June 1888

MATRIMONY. To pop or not to pop, that is the question, Whether 'tis easier for a man to suffer In single blessedness the rubs of fortune, Or ask some pretty girl to share his troubles, And by proposing end them ! To woo, to wed, No moro-and by a form to say he's free From all the little ills a bachelor, poor man, Is plagued with-'tie a consummation Devoutly to be wisbed. To woo, to wed Perhaps a family I Ah, thero,s the rub ; For in the marriage state what cares may come When he has taken to himself a wife Miust give him pause ; there's the respect That makes celibacy of so long a life. For who would bear the washerwoman's crimes, The shiftless shirt. the stockings full of holes, The pangs of collars with a eawlike edge, The lodging keeper's sine, the cat's mis deeds, And strange evaporation of his brandy, Whenhe himself might his quietus make With a plain gold ring? Who would chambers keep And growl and fret solitary life But that the dread of endless tradesmen's bills, The houseke...

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WIT AND HUMOUR. LADIES BE NOT DECEIVED! [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 2 June 1888

WIT AND HUMOUR. LADIESBE NOT DECEIVED I Inferior imitations of Genuine Magic Soap are in the market. Look to the brand, ' A Heart Pierced with an Arrow," If you want your clothes washed in twenty minutes with out rubbing or injury. The Victoria Soap and Candle Company, Geelong.

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THE YOUNG FOLKS. WHEN OLD JACK DIED. I. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 2 June 1888

I THE YOUNG FOLKS. i WHEN OLD JAUK DIED. BY JAMES WsITCOMB RILTY. When Old Jack died we stayed from school (they said At home we needn't go that day), and none Of us ate any breakfast-only one, SAnd that was papa, and his eyes were red t When he came round where we were, by the shed Where Jack was lying, half-way in the sun And half in the shade. When we begun To cry out loud pa turned and dropped his head And went away; and mamma she went back Into the kitchen. Then, for a long while, All to ourselves like, we stood there and cried We thought so many good things of Old Jack, And funny things-although we didn't emile We couldn't only cry when Old Jack died. II. i When Old Jack died it seemed a human friend Had suddenly gone from us; that someface That we had loved to fondle and embrace, From babyhood, no more would condescend a To smile on us forever. We might bend With tearful eyes above him, interlace o Our chubby fingers o'er him, romp and race, t Plead with him, call and coax-ay...

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"CARMEN SYLVA, THE POET QUEEN." [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 2 June 1888

"CCARMEN SYLVA, THE POET QUEEN." The " Woman's World" Is strong in royalties. The Princess Christian writes on nursing, and Is followed by a paper de. scribing the life of Elizabeth, Queen of Raumania. She is forty-five, daughter of Prince Herman of Wied, and was first educated by Mdlle. Lavater, the niece of the celebrated physiognomiet; "In 1,30 Prince Berman with his family went to reside at Bonn for a time, and here his young daughter used to sit on the knee of the aged poet. E. M. Arndt, and listen to his patriotio speeches, which found echo in her ardentnature.Whenveryyoung shedellghted in mixing in the games and playing with the children of a humbler class. and her great desire was to attend the village school, more especially the class for singing. One finoe morning she set off with the farmers children to school, the singing class began, and the new pupil sang so lustily and opened her pretty mouth so wide thae the farmer's daughter placed her hand over her mouth, thinking ...

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MADE UP FROM THE MAGAZINES. FIFTY YEARS OF "BRADSHAW." [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 2 June 1888

MADE UP FROM THE MAGAZINES. FIFTY YEARS OF "BBADSHA.W." There is an interesting article in " Corn, hill" on the history of the book " Brad shaw": "In the year 1838 there was living in Manchester one George Bradehaw, Quaker, who in a rather humble way followed the ailling of an engraver of maps and plans of cities. This brought him Into connection with the railways, then beginning to stir the community, and an idea naturally suggested itself of combining his maps and plans into a little manual which should contain the hours of departure, arrival, and stoppages of the few trains then working, and which, being offered at the low price of 3d., might be a convenience to the traveller, The materials for his work Bradshaw obtained, as they are now obtained, from the companies. Mr. E. L. Blanchard, who in his time has played many parts, and was early concerned in the venture, tells us that the companies were at first vehemently opposed to the scheme, and, in their niggard way refused to sup...

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Bran for Horse Feed [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 2 June 1888

Bran tor Horse Fet Bran ia so light that it is popularly believed there i- little enbetance or value in it In warm mashee for cows it gives agreat inereace in the mitk yield, as every farmer knows. ?t.et of them account for this, however, by the belief that milk is ae largely water, and that the water wsich cowe drink with the bran in msinly re.ooneible for the increseed supply if milk. But the sebatance in both milk and braon m greatly under.eetimated. Milk, ev n after ite cream is removed, is a nourishing food, and its nutriment is of a kind that the hrto is peculiarly adapted to supply It unppli's the proteine which appears in the albumen o milk. Precisely the same kind ot materl Is are rquoired to give strength to workiong horsee. Those who feed bran to boreee largely are meet in favour of ic. One of itr a'vantag-e is in keeping the horne from becommig conetipated on dry feed and grain It is a cheap and valuable feed for horses at any time, and enpecially while changiug their co...

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THE PERSONAL HISTORY OF POLLY JAY. A STORY FOR GIRLS AND DOLLS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 2 June 1888

THE PERSONAL.. HIBTORY OF POLLY JAY. A STORY FOB GIBLB AND DOLLS. Br KATirERccE D. M'ILvAnls. I am hot an ordinary doll at all, for I learned to say 'papa,'' mamma' and ' milk' in my earliest Infancy, which was spent with Mrs. Barlow (who kept a toy shop) in Philadelphia. In time I was bought by old Mime Jay to send to a llttle girl In New York, where 1 went in the trunk of a young lady named Agnes, who was very pretty and sweet. The journey was not very interesting. It was only one long shake, with an occasional bump, and I found it very wearing. Then I found myself in the arms of the dearest little girl of five years old that ever was seen, and who was my dear little mother for a great many years afterwards. 'Aunt Mary sent her to you,' said Agnes. 'Oh, Cousin Agnes I' cried little Alice, 'Isn't she too beautiful!' and then she kissed me three or four times, and I felt very happy. 'What shall I call her, mammal' she asked. ' She most have a name you know.' 'I think you ought to na...

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AN ILLUSTRIOUS AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 2 June 1888

AN ILLUSTRIOUS AUSTRALIAN. The Australian Natives' Associatio6 re cently held their annual Conference,. and: sttracted much public attention and evoked considerable Press oritioism by the animated manner in which, they discussed several questioni, but principally that of Imperial Federation. As the "Australian Native" ,will play an increasingly important part in the progress of the colonies as time rolls on, a few words regarding a man who is, beyond 'pieation, the most illustrious of Australia's sons, must prove of interest. Need we say we refer to the Hou. William Bode Dalley. Q.C., of Sydney, who enjoys the distinguished honour of being Privy Counnillor to Her Majesty the Queen-an honour, be it remembered, much higher than knight-. hood, with which other colonists have been rewarded for their services ? His names ia?. household word throughout Australia-nay, throughout the British Dominions-for.was it not he who, when the dear old land waeid need of assistance, conceived and carr...

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HINTS TO HOUSEKEEPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 2 June 1888

IlIN B TO HOUSEKEEPIERZ~ . Tuba and board ehound be wiped dry Monday rigbt and put away. Popoorn il good for naa"ca and cranberry for mataril To alean zfno une strong vinegar. For neor lgia try a flannel wrung out of hot .. ur e., spriukled thickly with black o per. addlllan of a few drope of oil of alJm.ods will keep Ink from becoming mnouldy. To wash doubtful callooce, put a tea spoonufl of sugar of lead in a pailful of cold water, and coak thbo article one hour before washl? g The white of an egg beaten and rubbed into abe bead three or four times a week, is is claimed, will plevent the hair from falling out, Spirits of camphor will remove truit stains of all kinds from white goods, If applied before the goode have been wet. Wash and boll in the usual manner, and you need not look for the stain, for it vill not be there. For coffee stains try putting thick glycerine on the wrong aide, and washing it out with lukewarm water. For rasp berry stains weak ammonia and water is the beat...

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