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A Strange Adventure. (TEMPLE BAR.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 9 June 1888

A Strasgo Advesture. Mr Fith, in his Autobiography, relates a eurloun adventure watch befell his cosiwa, who entered the domain of Mr Beokford by stealth. He went into the gardens, where he met a man who he supposed was a gardener, but who proved to be Mr Beokford himself. Mr Beokford not only showed him his pletures, but kindly asked him to dinner, and then turned him out to spend the night-in a tree. ' The dinner was magnifioent, served on massive plates; the wines of the rarest vintage. Rarer still was Mr Beokford'e conversation. He entertained his guest with stories of Ind-an travel, with anecdotes of the great in whose sooety he had mixed till he found the shal ownose of it; in short, with the outpouring of a mind of great power and thorough cultivation. My cousin was well read enough to be able to appreolate the conversation, and contribute to it, and thus the evening passed dell htfully away. Candles were lighted, and the hoeet and, guest talked till a fine Louis Quatoree olo...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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A GENTLE HINT. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 9 June 1888

A GENTLE HINT. To convey a hint le a delicate way and with due regard to the courteeles of society ita gift not bestowed upon every man. Perhape the most original mode of doing it is imputed to an American gentleman who was capeosed onut of a boat with a party of friende, one of whom wir drowned. He agreed to break the new. to the widow, and promised to do so deliootely. Accordingly he knocked at bar door, and when she appeared he remarked, 'Good morning, widdor l' The amasad woman replied, '*I ain't a widder.' 'You ain't a widder?' rejoined the man. ' You bet I' This aneodote is perhapse eapped by one of the most recent, told of a Sootch laird. He had met hie old friend John Tamson, whom hbe had not seen for many years, and he hospitably invited him to bit house. So kind was the' treatment ex tended that Mr Tamson showed no signs of leaving, which caused the 'gold wife' to inquire of her sponese ' whether they were in future to board Mr Tameon a' the gither? The laird replied, ' Aw...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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HIS STANDING AT SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 9 June 1888

HIS STANDING AT SS0HOL. Philip, seven years old, is proud of his standing at school. 'Well,'said his uncle who had heard the boy speak rather de lightedly about bei sehool triumphs, ' what is your relative rank in your class ' ' I-I don't know what you mean, unole' ' Why, I mean where do you stand in your classt' 'Oh I In the reading I stand near the stove, in the spelling class I stand on the crack just in front of the big deksa, and in arithmetio claeas I don't stand at all 'coe we Joeb sit on the recitation bench I'

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CHIT CHAT. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 9 June 1888

CHIr CHAT. The late editor of a Continental journal was recently described as " the oldest Working journalist o BEurope." He had been half a century In harness. It seems, how. vr, that the record has been oon slderably surpassed by Sir Edward Baines, of Leeds, who, we are told, began his news paper areer " some three years after Waterloo was fought," and has, conse quently, been at the desk for something like seventy years. Thin should be an on eoursgement to those young journalists who have been taught to regard their profession as of necessity tending to shorten life. Afternoon tea is never so pleasant or so eosy as when winter evenings are dra?log lo, and the frosty air makes us realise the comfort of the glow and warmth inside, when we near our homes after an outing in the fog and dust. It needs these surround ings for the luxury of a tea-gown to be fully appreelated; and to most women these gar ments have grown a necessilty. A really lovely tea-jacket has the crowning charm of ...

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A REMARKABLE MEDICAL IMPROVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 9 June 1888

A REMARKABLE MEDICAL IMPROVE* MIBN T. In diseases of children, and in wasting disorders generally, medical science possesses no more valuable remedy than cod-liver oiL Of this agent the celebrated medical encyclopmedis, Ziemesen, says:-" Most generally its favourable influence on the Seaeral nutrition was recognised. . ewould aleolay additional stress on the decided officiency of codtliver in the treat• ment of ecrofulous affections of the bones, and scrofulous ulcers." Adding to this a few ekcerpts from Dr. Brunton'e work on therapeutics, it will be seen that the im portance of this food in a large and varied class of cases is hardly to be over-estimated. He says: "In consumption it is of great service." "In catarrhal condition of other mucous membranes, besides those of re.plration, it is very useful," as after measles and scarlet fever. "In chronio .broncitie, with violent cough. . . it gives great relief." "It is a tonic to the nervous system, and Is of great service in cases of...

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HOUSEHOLD NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 9 June 1888

HOUSEHOLD NOTES. WeazNo FrIanreL. - The fashion of wearlog flannel and woollen underclothing is now becoming so universal and persistent that it can soarooly be called a fashion. ucoh of my readers as may have the mo~on of wasbing woollen olothing at home may Ilke to have the advice of Dr. Jaeger, the great authority on woollen clothing, on the sobject. The olothee should be put to soak lu water at 100deg. Fahrenheit, hi wbich soap has been boiled. To every two gallons of water, a tablespoonful of liquid ammonia should be added. The a clothea should never be rubbed, but after an a hour'e soaking they muet be taken out of the tub, rinsed twice in lukewarm water, and hung up to dry lengthwaye. They must be ironed while still damp, and stretched to the necessary length and shape. The imell of ammoni3 disappears when the soap has been rinsed out. STArnOIN Foon.-- ome housekeepers are fully alive to the value of a steamer as a labour-saving machine in their kitchens and an indispensable ...

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PIONEER WHALERS. THRILLING STORIES. (BOSTON GLOBE.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 9 June 1888

PiO?ULER WHALERS. THRILLING STORIES. <. (BOSTON OLOIE,) * .Provinotown was the first place in the 'Tedw England colonies to engage in the Swhaling business. This business. in its iy'anoy was carried on in boats from the share, and then in the larger vessels that erqieed along the coast, but never at any great distance from the land. The whaleo -taked were of the humpback and right whale species; the more valuable spormzn eeti whale not approaching the coast, but making its habitat in mid..ocean and on the borders of the Gulf Stream. This latter -peaies was never known nor hunted till larger vessels were built and went to foreign shores to look for their prey. when the sperm whale was found, and its -'oi being of an exceedingly fuine quality and commanding a high price, induced vessels to fit exolusively for that branch of the buni nest. In the latter part of the eighteenth century parties came from Nantucket, and seenred the services of Provincetown people to teach them t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 9 June 1888

cuilor , Korolioro, and Bath·. The cheauoat an., bett known John Danko and Sn, 42 Bourke etroet A largo and varied reaootment.-(ADVqi) Uo not t root, It Youo fol wont end deno'need. andl nO of oort, het ou b-o ,eo rum.do in Du esBtONOS8 COOMPOUND 9t tKhnPoR nt a,&t'o..OB. 'h1 mtdloloe , urfO a the ..ood and tong np the .y.t"o. It roocn 1ndb1t. tin and nll torm, of bye. oombobI. no von, wo'kae.o, soul, ohoumntboo. droodoobl be deooy and all dltoaeo -blob bhoo lbh.i orl01 Ito ol e1lahb 'ed diMoldnred Iloon. Denltonoe' Plat eri r00omm noted eo a Oolel famlly ,oOdlulne. TIO" elear -ho y.yIrm find iromnoze an nosjovoale appoibo. Dan-oone'. Daodollon loronee 6.. por bottle Dun. goes'X "IlII, 1.. per boe, of all obenatat.- (ADV2.o Lon't Throw Them AwaY. Don't throw your good old ornete, Balvet, tea and coffee services, cake baekel and energnes, etc., away. Send them John Danks and Son, 42 only Bourke mtregt west, to be replated equal to new.-(ADvT.) ," 0o N U M P 1103 And all DIB~A...

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THE PULPIT AND THE BENCH. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 9 June 1888

IJE PULPIT AND THE BENCH. Considering the experiences we have had in these colonies it is rather refreshing to find, in one instance, perfeco unanimity between the pulpit and the bench. It must be within she recolleotionsa of our readers that not so very long since a popular divine invited, or if he did not invite, he permitted, an eminent judge to deliver an address from his pulpit to an audience aveombled in his church. Un happily, the deliverance of the judge, th,,ugh le.rnoe and instructive, turned out to be not all that the orthodox coulna acept-ttha is to, say, the orthodox amenasetthe clerical party of the denomination to which the minister re. S?rred to belonged. The aubjeatafforded matter for long aisecursu.es,whicn.uunappily, were not conducted on the lines of broad Christianu charity which we naturally expect from those who are supposed to preach the glorious doctrine of "peace on earch and goodwill Owards men ;" the result was that a beloved pastor was torn awry from his...

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THE LADIES' COLUMN. MINISTERS' WIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 9 June 1888

THE LADIES' COLUMN S [B VIVA.] MINISTBRS' WIVES. It seema to me that it is often forgotten that a minister's wife is, after all, only a - woman. She has quite as much diffioculty in managing a house and keeping servants on a Svery mmall Income as the wife of an ordinary layman would. She is quite as easily tired asother women. Her ohitdren get ill as often as those of her neighbours, and wear out their clothes as fast. Her servants leave her at holiday times with the same rege. larity as those of her husband's p~lishionere, and she has no more power than other people of making a twelve-hours day into one of twenty four. The life of an Australian mininter's wife has often seemed to me to be a very hard one. As a rule, she is cramped for money, and she has always to keep up a good appearance, to entertain, and to give to the poor. She must never be shabby or allow her children to be so, for that would displease the parishioners of her husband. If she devotes herself entirely to her ho...

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AN AMERICAN PRINCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 9 June 1888

AN AMEBICAN PRINOESS. A Berlin correspondent writes :--r" The death of Kaiser Frederlck.-a fatality which aeven according to the most sanguine of those entitled to speak with authority on the subject, can hardly be delayed beyond the summer months, and which, in foot, may occur at any moment-will result in a state of affairs at Berlin of particular interest to Americans, During the last six months Prince William has by reason of the failing faculties of the late Emperor and the absence of his afiicted father at San Remo, been wielding the powers and enjoying the rank of a de facto, although not de jwrre regent. Naturally of a domineering and autocratic disposition, the young Prince was not back ward in availing himself to the fullest extent of the peculiar situation, and exercised his authority in so high-banded a manner as to inccr the greatest displeasure of his father, the presoet Emperor. For reasons of his own, Prince Bismarck instead of striving to temper and bridle Prince Wil...

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'WANTED' THE STORY OF DRAMATIC CAPTURE. PART I. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 9 June 1888

' a -WANTED ' THE' STORY OF 0 DRAMATIC a BY AN Ex-D"raorva, '., a, Auguetne Vandeborgh Jones, aged forty, d highly reespected, muscularly developed, and rathier. good looking, bank manager,. company promoter, and commission agent, was in trouble-that is to say,- he was temporarily out of trouble, for he had cleverly absconded with esomething like eighty t thousand pounds of the trust moneys that n the confding public had deposited in hie p over-jealonus care. a Yes, he was 'wanted,' and I was the detective told off to bring him to justiooe. With a light heart and a heavy pocket, I started on tho trail, ~;From information received,' the chancee were a hundred to one that Australia.. would be his ultimate destination. Careful inquiry soon brought to light the fact 'that the very man I wanted' was to sail *by a certain boat. His luggage 'was already in the hold, and hie berth secured So to maoro thoroughly certain of my prize, I booked a first-class passage out, and r' went aboaird. Th...

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BOOK II. THE MOAT HOUSE. CHAPTER I. DICK ASKS QUESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 9 June 1888

BOOK II. THE MOAT HOUSE. OCAPTER I, DIce AISK QUESTIONS. The Moat House stood no, far from the rough forest road Exlernally, it wan a ccmpaot rectangle of red state, flanked at each corner by a round tower pierced for archery, and battlemented at the top Within, it enclosed a narrow court The moat was perhnpe 12ft, wide, croseed by a single drawbridge. It wan aupplied with water by a trench leadintg to a foroet pool. 4and commanded, through Its whole long h. from the batrlements of the two southern towers. And except that one or two tall and ?hick trees had been sufferod to remain althio half a bowa.hot of the wall, the house was in a Rood posture for defence Intheeourt Dick found a part of the gaer rison, busy with preparations for defence, and gloomily discussing the chances of a siege. Some were maklog arsows, some r..abl etng swords that .bad long bee die. Sused F but even as the worked, bbhe shook d their ends, Twelve of Sir Daniel's party had escaped a the battle, run the gaun...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 9 June 1888

p R . S piE OC T U S OP THE BRGHTON, :COFFEE PALACE COMPANY, TO BE REGISTERED. CAPITAL: £30,000, in 30,000 Shares of £1 each. Payable 2s Gd on' Application, 2s G'd on Allotment, 2s Gd at Three Months, and 2s Gd at Six Months. Rebate at the rate of six per cent. per annum upon instalments, in advance. , ....?, It is not aniticipated thiat any fiirtlier C1all will.be necessarvy, Provisional. Directors: HON. T. BENT; DAVID ABBOTT, EsQ., J.P. ; V. J. WILLIS, ESQ. ; W. T. MOFFATT, Esq., J.P. iJ. M'4A. HOWDEN,.EsQ. Secretary: H. W. MILLS, EsQ. 2 'Architect: CHAS. D'EBRO. Solicitors t ABBOTT & EALES. S Brokers k THE. MERCANTILE.., FINANCE . --..?OtiANTEE AND AGENOY ": a 'COMPANY. LIMITED;: ~ 46 ELIZABETH STREET. This' Companjy is to be formed':for'the' purpose of hcquiring that splendid prof' pery at Brighton Beach known as " Wellington," along with ample grounds, which it has been arranged to purchase, with the object of converting it into a first class Coffee Palace . . The main ...

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THE OUTLAWS OF TUNSTALL FOREST: A ROMANCE OF THE OLD WORLD. BOOK I. THE TWO LADS. CHAPTER VII. THE HOODED FACE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 9 June 1888

THEl oUUTLAW OF TUN STALL FOREST:' A ROMANCE OF THE OLD WORLD, Br ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON, Author'ofl" Tseure Island," Hte. SBOOS I. ' THE TWO LADS. ``(' CHAPTER VII. ' THE HOODED VIACE. e Thea awoke in the grey of the morning; tie birds were not yet in fuall song, but . twittered here and there among the woods ; At?e sun was not set up, but the eastern eky was barred with solem, colours. Half starved and overweary as they were, they lay without moving, sunk in a delightful laasi. tude. And as they thus lay, the clang of a bell fell suddenly upon their ears. 'A bell I' said Dick, aettinr up. , Can we .be, then, so near to Holywood ! A little after, the bell clanged again, but this time s,,mewhat nearer hand; and from t,?hat time forth, and still drawingnearer and nearer, it continued to sound brokenly abroad in the silence of the morning. ' Nay, what should this betoken ?' said 'I)k, who was now broad awake. : ' It is some one walking,' returned S:'lMattcam, ' and the belt tolleth ev...

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THE LEADER. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1888. AN UNSAVOURY SUBJECT. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 9 June 1888

THE. LEADER. s w ea " ' ? r . .. . . .. L JUSTICEr _TO ALL. IS A.TrEiJ Y,. qJUNiE 9;888 T AN UNSAVOURY SUBJECT. ta recont confernce of r esch tatives from subi/rban'and" other munhiipal bodies, held to consider the question of the removal of nightsoil, cominm?ftee ras appol ?o onfer with theloorporatio of" 118. :cit3Jof Melbourne. This committee at the tirne previously alluded to, had an in te0yiew with the health. committee of the!: City' Council, .t V'hich it repre sented the extreme inconvenience, 'annioyance, and danger to health, suf fered by the residienksýnin the mup\ci pallties willin a radiusnof Ee'ii ymiles of ;Melbouirne fthrodgh ?li? e'4ent system of the disposal of nightsoil, the! points especially dwelt upon being ?First;the want\of (a, p~roer system of deodorization fore'-t'lbaves town; secondly, the careless manner in which it, is carted through the districts ~eferrod ,to,, quantities being c fre- quently. spilledi- long the roads inm transit; and thirdly:'and morepe...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 9 June 1888

LOCAL ITEMS. Acifldin-gitoltlie taite~tnen" of ~bnsa'E le| ( Loor'lam', and which can b'e vouches'ftor by several residents, a, number of4 young men are in the habit, of icongqregting near the Elsternwick railway station, especially on Sunday evenings, and seriously annoy. ing andn .interfering'with the passera-b.y, These. hyng'.fellowsiare "_nsatly. - - the !alertb'for I'tle approach'of the 6police, when they assume an appearance of in jured innocence. .,.Two,:of.this tribe were, broight' up at the instance o f Co'0atable Looiham;i who; happened ;itq -be about in/; plaini clothes, and charged before the Caulfield bench last Monday, with 'insult ing hbohavibur. The bench inflicted a nominal fine of 5s..on one of: the:gang,-,;i named James HenryJ -,Another; underl the cognomen of James'Malane,onot ap pearingi: was fined: dbublee tlat i amount. It transpired that when confrontedby the,; constable, Malane said ,hia name was "James," but he had been known to the constablib?yP thle' li~n...

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AUSTRALIAN WINDOWS' FUND Life Assurance Society, Limited. HEAD OFFICE: CORNER OF COLLINS AND WILLIAM STREETS, MELBOURNE. INNER LIFE PEEPS OR WHAT HAS OCCURRED MAY OCCUR AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 9 June 1888

AUTRALJAIN7MYJOWQ7 UND Life Assurance Society, imited. IEAD OFFICE: CORN1ER OF ECOLLINS AND 'WILLIAMI STREETS, HILBOURNE. INNElR. .lKiPPEEP " SWHAT HAS ... OCCURRED, : MAY OCCUR AGAIN. 0 - ;IE above wood-cut illustratcs "a pleasant domestic scene. The head of the household belongs - to'-he in telligent artizan class. Ho .is in fulli healths and vigor. He has just come , home, and. a cordial greeting is lieing extentdedto-lim by his.'.. wife and children. - But what is it that makds his face so radiint' to-day 1 Has he somn'pieceC of news whichl'ho has not yet made known to his family Yes. : What is' it 1 W" Vhyit' is a red-letetr daay in. liis history. He has assured his life in the AiUSThALI AN WIDOWs:eguxn SoorITY.r! IIl hsasssured hinself, under Table III., which eniibles him to'drdw out the amount of his assurance, togethet with all the accumulated profits, on his' tttaiiing '60 .years of age .. And thus.he has come nichomoe happy-.. in the thought that he has made a double ,rpr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 9 June 1888

PALLOT AND WOODMAvISN, 10 Chapel Street, 10 PRAHRAN, TWO DOORS NORTH OF. COFFEE TAVERN.::, CHEAPEST FURNITURE WAREHOUSE -IN South Yarra, Prahran, Windsor?ianid St. Kilda. : How to Furnish a 3-roomed Cottage for £13 18s., for net cash: Dining-room Pallasses ... .. ..0 11 0 Colonial Sofa, with Squab and Full-sized Flock Mttrass ... 0 18 6 Bolsters. ,. . £1 7 6 Flock Bolster ... ... O: 60 Cedar Chiffonioro Safe, Polished 1 6 0 FwoFlocF:Pillos..s .... .......... . 0 4 --0 Six Cane Chairs .... ... 1 4 0 Wash Stand, with Towel Rail ... 0 9 6 Round Table ... ... ... 0 12 6 Dressing Table- -:.;. ... ..;: 0 8 0 Table Cover ...... 6 5 6 Full-size-Toilet Set`?.? .... - :-.. 010 6 Fender and Irons ...0 12 6 One O ni Chair ... 4 Matting to cover room.. ... 10 6 Toilet Glass ... 0 5 0 Hearth Rug .... ...0 6 6 Cornice Pole and Brackets ... 011 6 : it?l5 en" Slip Mat ... ... .... ... 1 G Table .... .. . 12 0 Bedrool ' Meat Safe . . 11 ? Fnll-sizeoBenadtead... ... ... 1 10-0 T"wo8Chairs .." .. 8'- 0...

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OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6. (Before Mr. Hare, P.M., and Messrs. Looker, Jordan and Irwin, J's.P.) INEBRIATES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 9 June 1888

OA- KLEIGH POUCECC'OURT..:.. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6.: (13efore Mr. Hare, P.M.,' and Messrs. Looker, Jordan and Irwin, J's.P.) INEBRIATES. J. Henley and . O'Brien,oherged with being drunI?and disLrderlyw ined?ds. ea.h ' D. iMc`r'Qn making use of obscene lauguago, was fined. 10s, with 2s. 6d. costs. Catherine Oliver was fined L1 or reven days' imprisonment for a like offeonce. NEGLIGENT DRIVERS. Thomas Mason, for driving over the footpath, as also for having no name on his dray, was fined L2, with 2s. Gd. costs; and. James Millan, for being asleep in his dray and having no light, 'had CRUELTY TO ANIMALS. Michael Kelly, John Parsons, f. Bevan, James Pitcher, junr., William Taylor and, Edward Gardiner, were charged with working their horses 'whilst they were suffering from sores on their shoulders and backs. Mir.! Miller conducted the prosecution. Defendants. were unrepresented by' "counsel. Constable Cawsey proved that the horses (were inlow condition, and were, rcoveeddmnt? , rired le ?l '...

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