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

Banks. Jomnerciial Bank of Austiiiia (Limited) " Autliorise'Capital ..: . ... ,000,000 Subsciribed Capital ;.. . 2,600,000 Bais Uep' ... .' -- 1,000,000 Eleservo Fund .. . 600,000 HenO OrOE-o-8o0COLLINS ST " -' \. MELBOURNE.. ,london Office-Bsehopsgate St. Within, corner of Lonadenhall-street, E.. SBLTGHTON BRANCH- ' Corner of Bay & Coclrane Streets. .'s In to taloed on El D SD Ai? TS on London office, branches and -sage?cies of the Bank issued at'lWest" i rates of exchange. . Bills Discounted and Advances Made. ·-[? - W. `Ft Inn (, D. , .. [ ! THE "r TH ELBOURNE SAVINGS BANK. - t 2,00 Depositors , Funds exceed, 81,620,000 Posibly every99 outof 100 of what may be call'edl' . e" The Common-Sense Army" are depositors. 'loi pf t ea m t v4lb1l bfvirtues fsi real common sense. Many people imagne they possess this when they do nothing of the kind. Anyone who spends more than he earns must naturally get into debt. Anyone who loses opportunities of better ing his condition, does not...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 9 June 1888

t; $ecial, Advertisements., Boot" and` Shoe Warehouse, f"- I Al SSupplies a'. fist-oas?'article at a very r:,.. . ni..pmoderate price. The ;lage Increase in his,bsiness ,I.. the best iproof that he 'gives ; u satisfactioi One !trial will prove this, BARKLY & "PARLIAMENT STREETS U.BRIG I2ON. WM R. CLARK, CONTRACTOR For Aesh lting Lawn Tennis Courta, Garden Pathsi Verandahs, Yards, Workshops, : i &c., &c. &c. FENCING, CARTAGE, & PLOUGHING. ON SALE :-Metals, Rubble, S Screenings, Bricks, icc. J. R. BAVINTON, BOOiTMA:KER, POINT NEPEAN ROAD, :?.North Brighton. COMMERCIAL ROAD DRAPERY WAREHOUSE. DUNLOP & EDWARDS, Are?now ihi oing' a choice selection of NEW :, '"WINTEI.. M3ILLINERY -MANTLES & DRESS GOODS, Ladies' Tailor-made Jackets, Ladies' Tailor-made Ulsters. -!.;Ladies' Paletots. - :. Ladies Trimmed Bonnets& Hats. Feathers, Flowers, Wings, and Fancy Orna ments. Fancy Tweeds and Melton Cloths 'for making Ladies' Jackets and...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A MIDNIGHT ROMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 9 June 1888

A ;MIDNIGHT'ROMANOE. : It was ,-one of those` bitter narrow searching nightslwhien. the drizzling rain beats with. creel forco against everything human or inanimate which dares to oppose 1When the harsh winds howls dis;mally round the street corners, and echoes ghost like sounds in its wayword light.. When the fmtid river looks murkier than ever, and imbues the heart with a prolonged shucder at his black forbidding Ssurface. Ooe of those nights when the city wolf prowls forth to snatch his prey-to murder and to plunder. When the hopeless mongrrl, overlooked by the municipal dog-catcher, coweas down,. in the door-angle, and whines out his. opinion of a friendless, untoward world. He stood on the ruckety structure called the Falls bridge,and peered into the waters of the sluggish Yarra. There was no excitement in his man ner, 'a ha'yorth of frenzy in his rollerles eye. His form was not pinched with hunger. and the place of a recently disbanded waistcoat button demonstrated the com for...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 9 June 1888

Special. PLEASANCE'S SPECIAL TINCTURE OF PODOPHYLLIN ' Tho best remedy yet 'discovered for Biliousness;,Bilious Headache, Constipation, Heartburn, Indigestion, and all Maladies arising from a sluggish Liver. : LEASANCE'S SANTONIA WORM SYRUP A Never-failing Preparation for Removing and Destroying Round or Thread Worms in Adults and Children. Should any of the. symptoms briefly given belowbenoticed, the presence of Worms can bo safely concluded :--Restless-' , ness, irritability, grinding'-the :.teeth atnight, starting dur-, ing sleep. picking the . nose; dark rings u': nder.the eyes, variable S?: appetite, &c. SOLD IN BOTTLES 2.. EAOH Typhoid Fever! The Homoeopathic Remedy for. Typhoid Fever, PLEASANCES SPECIAL TINCTURE OF. BAPTISIA.. The presence of: Typhoid, Enteric, Gastric, or Colonial Fever, as the disease 'is:variously. termed, is' becom inig alarmingly on the increase in this colony.:. The atten -'tion of the public is'drawn to the value of the above remedy, either as ...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
'POSSUM SHOOTING IN AUSTRALIA. No. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 9 June 1888

'POSSUM SHOOTING IN AiJUSTRALIA. -4-- (By ROYVEI). No. 4. Game of a description, likely to tempt a good sporitsman is not very plentifaul:ono the-,?Australian continent: ;Amanij equipped' to tho eth, and able to engage in an expedition into un settled.districts,,may happen to enjoy a run ,offorfiune:? and., make bags of incredulousdimensions. The settler, and yet 'would 'have h'is occaolsiial recreation' with'' the: guri' has iiot',' largoe':airety of game tot6hoosd from ; liii' he can always fall back upon tlhe innoceint oppossum, ', quite .,.correctly. described inthe humcro s .phrase, as a .'possum up a gum tree.': ;Qf all.tho; 'marsupials on the great Australian contineinti this6 is the 'aimilywhicli is leastr frightened awaiy by! theliabita-. tions:ý of: men. The establishment of 'i township makes :little :differenceto, the` opoisum. . ;:Onmoonlightt pights thejpopping ?of, ';poseum-shooting guns. may be heard around the suburbs of even cities. The destruction -of the oposaum i...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 9 June 1888

FOOTBALL. Brighton v. Essendon 2nd.-The first meeting of these two clubs took place last Saturday, at.Brighcon beach.- The result was Brighton, 3 goals (kicked by Cox, eHontyand?Watsford) and 2'behinds? to?2 goals and 6 bnhinds. Webb, Everingham' Templeton,' and the two Agg p'iyeda. good game for the locals.. North Brighton v. Abbottaford Bohe: mians.-Thiis match : as. played last Saturday, and resulted in a win for the North, who kicked 4 goals 4 behinds to 2 behinds. .. . Brighton 2nd v. South Brighton.--This match resulted in a win for thle'Bighton by 5 goals 17behinds to-1 goal 2 biehii~ds. Brighton 2nd v. Fernside 2nd.--To be play "d this afternoon at the Beach. . This afterniooni the North: Brl htoin journey to Albert'Park to play the Fiirn side. A conveyance will leave North Brighton stationi at half-past'sivo shaip. I Brighton v. Marlton.-To'P h played this afternoon at the rear of theWarej. honsemen's c~icket4g:oi nd at 2.45:. |,"· -

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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SALES OF PROPERTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 9 June 1888

SALES OF_ PROPERTIES. Messir. Mc1Clure, Valatine & tCo. report having held;' (ni.an conjunchtion with Messre. Martin & Graham) their first sale of the Hoddle Estate, M.ooneee1 Ponds. Every ,lot was sold for a total of £13,000. !Messrs. W; R.; Looker & Sons -report` having 3 sold -12. acres :, andc· house at . Dahndeinnngi also 'largeo allbotment3`of' land oppnsito ?alvern Stationfron - inig handonosg ioad, also property at Caulfield for £1500,; 3 saoroes near Oakleigh for £1550; allotments in Atliorton;p Grant,' Bowen, and'BlaSok buri strots,i ainmointiig it'do £1350;? 42 acres at Mulgrave at?satisfactory price; 23 acres in GGrasmeie Estate, Dandenong, -at , £57: ls.,. per,. acre. Total salesi £9943 '17 6d. d i M:iessrs. Haynes, ]Boydein; & Wilson, of 69 Chapel street- Prahran, report having sold Iprivately lanid, Burwood, £10,400" cotitages; Highl street Pralk ran; £1500, re-sold £1700 .land, Gleni ferrie road, Hawtihorni, £2250; land, Glenferrie roa...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ALLEGED NUISANGES AT ARMADALE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 9 June 1888

ALLEGED NUISANGElA'AT!ARMADALE. At the meeting of the Prabran City Council, on Monday evening, a letter 'Was read which had been addressed by IMr J.· SPdlier, of Armadale to the. "Argus," complaining, of cerzainnui sances existing in; tivo 'clay-pits. re cently pitalchased'byfthe city council.: The stench: pioceeiding froi those pits; which were beingfilled.upiwitli garib age by the council's contractor, was simply insufferable, the result being 4hat typhoid fever and diphtheritic sore throat had been very prevalent in the neighbourhood. Councillor Arkle. pointed: eut that:the letter could ;not be: received, it having already been published in tht':"iigus." ~Ir.'Sadlier knew that there ,was a local board of 'health, to which he should have ap plied directly and 'not through the press. He moved that they proceed to lthe next business. The Mayor, oidwever, gointed out that it would bc .better to meet the.charge. The fol lowing report, dated June 4, had been received from the health of...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CAULFIELD POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JUNE 4. (Before Messrs. Watts and Maxwell, J's.P.) INSULTING BEHAVIOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 9 June 1888

CAULFIELD, POLICE COURT.: MONDAY, JUNE 4. (BfforeMesrs.§ w atits and Maxwell, INSULTING BEHAVIOUR. whomas,Keating and' Saimuel ' Arm strong were charged by Senior-con Istable Woods with being guilty of iiltsir b'lieliayidouif 'do the 18th ult:' in the the Glen HunjtlyArqad. the constable deposed that early on thelmorning of the 18th May, Keating and several others fri'fo in the Glen Huitly road, causing a disturbanoe. He swent up to1'thlie? and advised them to desistiand;goquietly home.? ?Afew. minutes afterwards Keating accused Aristrong of stealing his watch, when an ~itorc?ation anlt lighlt'botween the two took place. It was eventually ascer tnined ohtl`?i ting liai7 d his&vatch in hlis pocket all the time. In answer to` Mr. F. 'Stpihens, jun., whi defended .. Arlifstrofig; witness said that the qaii?el ' arose' through Ket:ing accusing his client with steal ingihis watch, and A"initrong, feeling annoyedat;the accusation;_!.!went ;for'L -Keatig. 'ho charge ag~iist'A riiis...

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

OLLINst rau EA 1s stayoutus, alssoo Psass asses . uoetw.d. / ,0m. pad. sp,0 U . DIBRECOB? Iea. H.. LDarlee, MIP. William Rowen, Esq.. J.,. Jhn Moodie, Eeq. - Robert Igiue, seq. J.P. .... , ' -, 'r ?, INTEREsT ALLOWED on DEPOSITS qpecehL peranntum foer e8 a Payabl hbl. , th yearly. FREEHOLD PROPERTIES PUROHASED.) MANSION SITES and ALLOTMENTS __ I all the Leading Suburbs. O°ORG3 TRTHaBESR Becru-t. A UaBO*LIAC 1(U?lUaLPROVI',-NT 8O0IE'? A ý.?Dlrector+ of the Vlotorian Brnoh : S, ' Sl? ?Atl. King. Seq, Ohratman. 4bomsA alston, Req, J.P. SJamne Orice, EKq Ths Hon. Bar Jamee MaoBaie,. IMLC. The Hon.W. A. Zeal, L.. . NO OTHER AUSBTRLIAN LIrE OIr0CE DIVIDES ,,.,PROfr?5 EV0RY-YAR. A poly on be et oted In the MutnuatPiovident Setety t a Ls-B O.ST than n t ANY. OTHE?I Au. tralsa LtoOFIlO, a the BOIU8tts a'lotted are LARGER than thoee declared by any other offioe In lie world. t) InTested Funds, even MilllioniSterlleg. .,-N. MAINE, Rea boe., 100 0 lln. street west. THIM TRuBT E.1 ?XCUO?It ; and...

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THE YOUNG FOLKS. MASTER JACOB. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 9 June 1888

THE YOUNG FOLKS. MASTBR JACOB. I Br HowAnn Prna, n Author f 'fapper and salSt' ioe. Oneo upon a time there was a man whose it name was just Master Jacob and nothing d more. All that Master Jacob had in the world was a good fat pig, two blaock goats, a wife, and a merry temper, which was more than many a better man than he had, for the matter of that. ' See now,' saye Master Jacob, 'I will drive the fat pig to the market to-morrow; who knows but that I might strike a bit of a Bsale ?' ' Do,' say Maseter Jacob'e wife; for she was of the good sort, and always stroked him the right way, and nodded when he aild yesn, n the saying goes. Now there were three rogues in the town over the hill, who lived in plenty. One was the Clerk, one was the Provost, and one was the Master Mayor; and which was the gaeatest rogue of the three it would be hard to tell. ' See now,' says the Clerk to the other two, ' Master Jacob, who lives over yonder way, is going to take his good fat pig to market to-morro...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HELPING THE MONKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 9 June 1888

HELP1ING THE MONKEY. 'Dan,' said a four-year-old ' glive we cents to buy a monket.' ' We have one monkey in the hou senow,' eaid the elder brother. * Who l, it, DanF ' To.' was the reply. ' Then give me 5 oento to buy the monkey some nuts' The brothber could not relests

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WINTER MILLINERY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 9 June 1888

WINTER MILLINERY. SGrey felt in bonnets and hats has an air of good form that is attained by no other colour, and this air is increased when the grey is made to seem pronounced by the use of white or cream wings or birds or loops of white ribbon. Of course, such a combination Is very trying, and oan only be dared by a woman whose hair and eyes are of a decided colour. People with faint-hued hair or eyes should beware of these tempting ohapeaux. The scarlet felt hats are obtaining, but they must be trimmed either in all scarlet or t searlet and black. In shapes a pro nounoed sailor and an English walking hat are favourites, and loops of ribbon, wings or tips from the garniture. A young girl will have her red sailor-hat turned up in the back, and then loops of red ribbon will uasten it and fall well over the crown. Ocoa alonally all-black wings are added, bus the all.red effeas is smartest. Thi military hat so mnoh disonssed just now is really only new in the arrangement of its trimmi...

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THE EGYPT EXPLORATION FUND. M. NAVILLE'S DISCOVERIES AT BUBASTIS. (THE TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 9 June 1888

THE EGYPT EXPLORATION FUND. M. NAVILLE'S DISCOVERIES AT IBUBASTIS. (T?H TrasS,) The excavation of the Great Temple of Bebastie (the ruins of whiohb,it willbe remem bered,were discovered laetyear byM. Navilel) was resumed some five or six weeks ago, and is now in full progress. Former operations conducted by the Egypt Exploration Fund have for the most part been carried on In places remote from the beaten track; but M. Navillo, by marching his little army of diggers to Tell Basta, has brought his work not only within an easy I distance of Cairo, hut within a few minutes' walk of Zagazig, the meeting-plaoo of a net work of railway lines, and the hsad-quarters , of the Egyptian cotton trade, Zagazig station may be described as the Malines of the Eastern Delta-the bourne for which 1 every traveller, whether his destination be Damletta, Manaurah, Salshlyeh, Suez, or Port Said, is Inevitably bound. As all trains stop here, and as there Is generally a dreary hiatus of a couple of boors bet...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 9 June 1888

Colleges and Schools. "FINIS CORONAT OPus." SBRIGHTON. LiftI ES COLLEGE ST. ANDREW STREET, Near the Town Hall PRINIPAL : MRS;LJ.i AlES; IN (Late of Clifton Hill Ladies' College)," For several years teacher under the Board of Education, Assisted by MISS A. E. COX. i English Literature and Mathematics, ,. GRENFELL, B.A., L.L.B. French and German, HERR OTTO MULLER. :rDrawing and Painting, J. F. JONES, EsQ. Pianoforte, 'sTjW.HAMMOND,ESQ., S'""Miks' BURKITT,'R.:A.M., MRS. ORR, and - Miss A. E. COX 'Calisthenics, MISSEs DICK and MOON.1 ' Resident Governess: MISS A, E. COX. TERMS (Payable in advance) Day Pupil5s: T;i " Zaglish((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 ........ ,, a " *.' . s Fifteen Gnineasper Ter., ! jENGLISH in its various branches com pr...

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WIT AND HUMOUR. THEY ALL DO IT! WHAT! [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 9 June 1888

WIT AND HUMOUR. THEY ALL DO IT! WHAT! Imitate our Genuine Magic Soap. A com- pliment to us, but rough on the unfortunate public whose clothes are spoiled when they use other than "A Heart Pierced with an Arrow" Magic Soap. Inventors and sole makers, The Victorian Soap and Candle Co., Geelong.

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THE NEW CREMATORFUM AT MILAN [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 16 June 1888

THS NIEW CREMATORIUM AT MILAN. A correepondent sends to " The Times " sn account of ,he new crematoriom at Milan. Ir is .onated at the extreme end of the Campo Santo, juan outside the wells of Milan, and it is open to the inevection of visitors The tmoule, as it is called, is a building in rhe O'3co-*D'.rio style, constructed of stone, and having an open Irgade supported by eolnmns, from behind which rises a tower whiobh, as seen from the antaide, looks as if it formeu part of the temple, although in reality is atan a uoire by itself and is the chimney. The inside of the building Is divided into several rooms, in the firet of which the religious rite. whioh att-nd the incineration take place, ann the walls of which are lined with inneral urn, containing the ashes of many of thboe who have been cremated at Milan. There i, Ss.paratecoom in which the bodies are placed pelding cremation, and a third in which the relatives and friends spend the two bourn ocoupted by the cromation itself....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 16 June 1888

Ljrrgaung. Do you Intend to go in for Irrigation. Buy Your pomp., pipoD, and reqni.i.. aa John Danko and BSn's. 42 IBourke street west, Melbouono,-(ADvr Do not f rgst, If vu fool woek oand dsrr·e·rd. asal on' o orts ',hatyou hoa o rimdlo in l)lNeOlNs'a COMPtOUNlD Et~OnIC of 'I)2LplON. fbi modlolno uurlf's lbs Mlood sod toose up the rylram. flenIa's Indigo-lion sad oIl fomus of Ivo, anmpltato ese~ven wo.sooLs. nout. rhsumoatlr. dropeloal to' desty. sad all dissaoos -blob bov, their 011.1- In &sIa ,slob and diaoaderae liver. Doortno,'. Pitls are seromm oded so w tastgl tfaily medts loo. They ear ths myslein d sr rommnsoan eaJotahlt Stpstlle. Dnnetonas Dandelio, n otartos ", pes bottle ; Duo siooy/ Yule, Ii. pP" bgpat of aell Oh~l.iI. (AP '.1 Vor rletotIng gray or faded hbet to Itlls o'lnal DUNdIONU'fl U& In IENOVATOR It eepocltly va'aable ThO. is an elegant toilc preparation. and net-r idle to irodmote the ecrowth and beauly of kb heir, and to reader II dolloblu'ly soi...

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Rosos and Lili [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 16 June 1888

Roses and IlA es. Roee for youth, with its mad ambition, Lilies for hopes that bloom into oeace, Rores for work with its premimed fruitiov, Lilies when toil and itriving cease Waxen trumpet and velvet nest, The roosor the lIly, which os beast Lilies when days slip in dreamy fashion, Roesa when moments are glad and Ity, Rores for hearts in the maelstrom of passion, Lilies for breasts that are quiet for aye; Showy trumpet and crimson ne-t. The rose or the lily, which is best -EliraC 0. DowN.

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 16 June 1888

, AGRICULTURAL NOTES. The moist weather of the past few weeks d has caused the farmers to continue pushing on with the ploughing, and, as will be noticed Sfrom our correspondents' letters, there is ovory probabilility, notwithstanding the Slateness of the rains this autumn, of the area under wheat bring quite as great as last year. The pastoral outlook Is daily improving, and the grass will continueo to spring rapidly until the cold weather oeta in. SWith reference to the proposal to increase the stock tax between this colony and New SSouth Wales, the following letter, dated 28th May, has coon addressed to the Com Smissioner of Customs by the Benambra Stock s and Pastures Protection Association, and o presented by Mr. Wright, M.L.A.:--" Sir, we have the honour to inform you that at the last meeting ot the board of directors of the SBenambra Stock and. Pastures Protection Astociation, held at Tallangatta, a resolu tion was passed to the effect that you be communicated with regarding ...

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