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Su[?] (Original) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 23 June 1888
Sn pence. (O'iginat ) The road shipneurinig port glides .wiftly o'er the sva, TI. tlhundering atl h-at, on the rocks that tremble where I stand, My bosom filled aith h'r* and fear-what hringeh srbhe to me? Mi it tighenitng of thb corls of love, or loosenina every hanrt ? [jnow not, as I -eaverd gaza from off this point of lend. Eibgheyearehf partino, and the:. rla'a bhaid tcae, sre nourht PTb chak the raptureus hope that trembles (th a fear. - I am not chaned. I be? I cannot hear the thought. At, tbno I watch the ship draw nearer, and more near, Sihap ne it agony-Ah I hteter far the wrest to hear, Scpooea becomes with chilling coldness in the tones That bhrilled my h'ar' uitail it wutild vihrate With pleasure that wea sirnutl ? My potr h e..rr owns No other treasure, on his words dpepod. my fate, And thnus In dire euedense my eintenle I await. I Dnet not go to meet him; days may gide S.Away With slow and torturing torment re hes seks me here. Will be think me altered? Not so muoah, ...
A TERRIBEE CRIME PREVENTED. I. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 23 June 1888
A TERRIBEE CRIME : PREVENTED. BY At Ez-DEBTOTIrvz. My first trip to America was in connection with a remarkable ease. I may as well relate the circumetanceas they occurred to me. One morning early in '74 I received a hurried note from the head of our office re questing my presence-at once. I lost no time in obsying the summons, and on making my appearance was, withunt ceremony or ex olanation, introduced to a bandsome young fellow, who appeared to be suffering from some deep emotion. ' Inform this gentleman as briefly as you have told me all that has occurred.' was my principal's only remark, 'and if anything is likely to be done in the matter he will.under. take it.' When we were left alone, the gentleman becan: 'You have donbtleas heard of the late fire at O.-rlingham Court?' 'Yes.' 'Until that occurred I thought that I was the "on of the late'owner.' ' Alfred Jeasop, Eq ,' of Carlingham majnr and of the City ot London.' 'Exactly.' 'And how has the fire affected you ?' ' Mr Jessoo...
THE YOUNG FOLKS. AN ADVENTURE WITH WOLVES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 23 June 1888
THE `YOUUN U FOLKS. ' ANA.DVENTURE WITH WOLVES. (BY TuE Rev. W. H. Wrrcnow, M,A., or - TononTo.) . In the month of blMroh, in the year 18-, when the snow lay dcop upon the ground Lawreanco Temple, a clerk at a lumber camp one a.head waters of the Ottawa River, in Canaeda, was despntebed by the bose lumber. man to Ostawmaity, a distanoce of 200 miles, to report to the agents of thebo company the quantity of timber that had been get out, and to bring baek from the bank a anm of money to pay off a number of lumbermen. Soveral of thease were about to take up land in the new townshipa which had been recently laid out on the Upper Ottawa, and as Lawrence bad won the onfidenco of the company he was commissioned to bring back the money required for making the pay ments. Owing to a prejudioe on the part of the men against paper money he was direated to procure gold and silver. He was to ride as far as the town of Pembroke, about hall way, and leaving his hbere there to rest, to go on to Otta...
THE WHIPPING COUNTESS. (LIVERPOOL COURIER.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 23 June 1888
THE WHIPPING OOUNTESS. (LIVERPOOL COTRIER.) A correspondent, who gives her name and address, and declares her statement to be true in every particular, sends us the fol lowing narrative of her criminal expe. perience I am the daughter of a poor mason, who, I am sorry to say, used oftentimes to get drunk, then return home and abuse his wife and children. For some time the former bore with meekness the rough treat ]ment of her spouse, but ultimately she, too, sougbt to drown her cares in liquor. With pa'ents who both quaffed the "ntoxioating cup, is it any wonmer her obldren (treeo girals and a boy) went to ruin! The son went from one degree of iniquity to another, till ultimately he ended his days on the gallows for the murder of his sister. Of the two women then left, one of them was trans. ported for life for burglary,. oft repeated; and the other (I.e., myself) fast followed in her footsteps, but sucnceeded in escaping with a few moutha' Imprisonment for each offncoe until my fath...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 23 June 1888
Jfirrx.y~;pgpni, R ººHnlllt S n rrdnIl or Rin le 4tf~lifO~i 1fr ýiTS.r9llllR.ýý9b!Y ~f}'ilIemnl r Decay, Lose of. Mt:nlhood1, Vitnl Power, n a,'illtpelytsr, tfr ,I4fl1J)ViqI -Z] tii rhla no eminont Burgeon, coatntining foil lnfor p ion rognriI itgTMrn#Irt:r I1tn1 t, lby 'pplyi g .T. G. YANbiL i('lsailt.ing Herbalist 82 OliihpolsCroeaV ViaiJ' anai 'tonlaltdtionF eo YANDRLL'S -DIAtnII@tA MIXTUAIRI _roloysa reor tao; Opt=MO IA.S.8! ý!'RbtlfPQ,·! @ion,-(eat~l '
AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 23 June 1888
AGRIOULTlURAl NOTEiS. It Is not generally known that persona slaughterng lstook for their own nee can retail any aurplusa to their nolgbbuore, provided that not more than one head of cattle is slaughtered in the week The; word "cattle," according to the interpretation of the Abbatoire Act (1863), Inoludes bull. ox, eteer, oow, heilter, calf, ram, ewe, wether, c lamb, goat, kid, or ewine. It will be seen, a therefore, that only one of those can be a killed In the week, and the eurplus offerod for sale. A lamb, for instance, and a 2 bullock, would mean two head of cattle, and consequently it would then boe illegal to offier the eurplue of either of these for sale that week. If it la Intended to:offecr the surpiue fo' sale to neighbouro, a portion must fire be consumed at the homestead, and then only one hoead per week of the "cattle" we t have mentioned can be slaughiered. We have had several inquiries regarding this I. matter of late, hence our reason for offering e thie information ...
SESQUIPEDALIAN ENGLISH. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 23 June 1888
SESQUIPEDALIAN ENGLISH. Some forty years ago there lived in one of the large manufeaoturing centres of the North of England a olergyman-what his name wae nort to what church he belonged matters little-who was noted for his conetana use of long and bighesounding words. He never employed a simple Saxon derivative when ha could by any posoibility find a synonym, derived from Latin or Greek. This seequipIedality of verbiage (as he would have called it) grow upon him, and at times rendered his preaching unintelligible to an uneduoated hearer. A wcgwas in his coongregation one Sunday, who was much aroused with the rev. gentleman's peculiarltler of expression. A few days after, the minister received from this joker the following exemplification of his style, which had the effect of brionging him down from his stilts, and inducinog bim to talk and proach like an ordinary Engiishman: A new version of the Twenty-third Psalm, dedicated withoutr permission to the Re, 1. Daity is my pastor; I sh...
M. RENANS DOUBLE PRAYER. (PALL MALL GAZETTE.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 23 June 1888
Ml. RENAN S DOUBLE PRPAYR. (PALL MALL GAZETTE.) M. Renan, while listening to the iimpa d and tonabhig rhythm of the. Bretons in the old Qtimper Cathedral, has had on inepira tion. How charming it would be, he mned;. if a prayer could be introduced into our churobee, one part of which wee said by thebo men nod the other by the women, the two. kinda of incense " torneo by angels before the throne of the Eterual, burning together, and thus forming the perfect incense." The torm of this p: r'r, which floated thbrough the scholar'es mind a kneoolt and listened to the. sound of the vsoces in the Quimper Cathe dral, M. Ronan has written down and pubs lished in the Paris' Figaro," from wh ch we take the followinc extracts : TtllA ttt' POA Ive Thy work, Lert, I toe we o01 genuOa. aur 1is 1-b" r. aIay l.oour flourih if I to d eo for humanlny snd for she univerteo, Wf aIt lad t be~ the victims t.f a good work which Than wilt maloke moe perfect. Surey Thou aideteeb oings, eand Tuean oroereal th...
Thousands upon Thousands!!! [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 23 June 1888
h'jjuoitr 4is .aUj~Ql TlhoijsanAkjI? ofestinoiils of thie nost wonderfulcuroes, ra Ztlotjdo onot iiit 4 the i6rdaj L i.+1i our medic no, Dr. Sonle's American Hop Bit. teor , "3~o do* t iýo d 1d. A¶ s never failoU'itt 6Vor Wr i c~n "Wo'will give refor* enco to Ruyone p ipt wy; .is ass similar to their own if dsiroed, or will rofor to any by Dr, Soulo's American Bop Ditters. ..villU ho'l ) ineqqO
KASPAR HAUSPER. (STANDARD.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 23 June 1888
I '. (STANDARD.) In the onrrent number of the "Quarterly i LReview" there' .is han article whiob tells b wonu more; with; luoldiy acd j gment, the r- satrange le of Kasper Hauer. It was in Y May, 1828. that a young lad was found in an unntrequenred part of the pioturesquo town :f Nurembehrg, that wonderful piece which teken you baok at a bound into the middle ages. 'lieo wa leaning against a .rv.l L. a very conustrained attitude, like a persaos unable to control the movement a of . his limb,. Hle could only. utter 7F some half-dozen intelligent words and a n oumber of semi-articulate sounde, and could 0 giveoub account of hlnmself or of his belong'. mnge, or of the.mode in whioh he oame to the place; but he held in his hand a paper, tr which purported to furnish some expia"a w tlan.s, The writer stated that hbe was a poor labouring man, with ten ohildren of or his own toa support; that the boy bad been' left' at his hbouse sixteen years before by a o. woman he did not know, with a n...
Thousands Hastened to their Graves. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 23 June 1888
TlhousaIs4 as q aiied to their ( ra tres. By replying o'n testimonials written in vivid g1 glds;lRctio ansontagu o miraculous cures n Fp spog sIq lgolyypuffed dootor or pppis 7r c.in otep a Iiaenod thousands t9 th rgyf e;, the,reqders lhri4ngo plmost ineanofaith that the sanlto miracle will. bo tifrrii od'on'themthat these tbstinmodllials tiedtIdii;ahwile tho so-callod niedicididd. all 4he 'thiit hihistening thbmn to their ilgraes. Although we have 1Y TrN YTI .
PASTRY AND SWEETS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 23 June 1888
PASTRY AND nWEETS. The following are some of the roeolpes given by Mrs Wicken at her cookery classes. Those of my readers who have not had the advantage of hearing Mrs Wiaken's cookery leotureo may like to have her reoeipes for p.aser and sweete: SaooT Pescrn.-Ingredients: 1lb floor, 10oz or 12 z bitter, juice of ore lemon, very little water Mode : Rub the butter very lightly into the flour until quite fine; mx uinto very dry stiff paete with lemon juice and water. Roll out at once, and it is ready fair use PcrrPASTRY.-Ingredients: ilbof butter, lib flour, hell pint of water, juice of one oemon. Mode: Sift the flour on to the pasteboard, put the lemon juice int- the centre and work into'emooth paste with the wa or, corape the board, sprinkle with flour and work the paste about well, squeeze all tho water out of the butter and roll out she paste just large enough to take thb butter, fold the butter in and leave it for ten unalnutes, then roll out into long, thin stripe, fold into thr...
THE LADIES' COLUMN. CURRENT FASHIONS [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 23 June 1888
THE "LAIJEIŽ' COLUMŽN. CURREN3 ' FASHIONS' 'Atfew weeks, or days, ago, and Gfires and furs allike would have souonded idle words, - iatenad of the oasifortlble nteessitles they now appear. Summer has gone, and the pretty phrase " ruoe lued from the cold ceems chilly comfort compared with the mnre pre ijoe,,if less pio.ureeque, idea of befag tur-lined from it In trioe matter ui. attire we perhaps never realise the true impori of the word cosin-boing ensconced like a bean sn isi do.vuy pod- as we do when clad in one of the luxurioue garments whimn are the modern development of our first parents' primitive otomning, made of the skius of beaste. The dyed blue and silver foxes are waning in favour, anid the reaction seems to be setting in in the direcaeou of dark long itairec fars Boas arsestill worn, though the squirrel tail ones are supersoded by those at bear, lRed cloth jackets with black Astraohan are fashionable; they show a good deal of the fur, which is employed as a large collar...
LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 23 June 1888
SLAWN TENNIS. Ohehstaniham .oyto (noin ApQpy) was payed last Saturday,at -layton. '6t' Ilto'ytdA' 40(Oiheltenham 24. f4fJ io .niatd1o' ws:ho iicludd the locil, a j-i;.dentertained', tb 'lg'enham at aLteaointheiClayton Hall, when a veryb' ijotbTvenibgllwas' pent. cli0 "`';:pki, (trophy match),,jil h; be,..layad' to day at Oakleigh;commdncing at 2 p.m.
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 23 June 1888
Brig Ws J1dt-2t04.ext 23.-This mý doh resulteda al in ort ef rmer, th Y ie n i 'l ~-hAt on }}.20,h ipgonls 9 be flet 23, North Brigl tog_()y South Brighton. -The Northerners secured an easy victer, they Tiuining 6 goals 1,7 be= . 1 I), l 1''jl l H Ji'nil'~T:P~iha o Ayad'ae,qPpw~ph,- '-~he Domain -men-beonmne-viotores-aftep-a--keen bonte'e'? i(:)I ih godl`.ý b56HifidýlATrfna L }iglton- ?nf- .ýý S This match will be ýlaved this after North Brighton v. Byjghton.-The great nii't'dK bf WlA elbbib takes place pt~ip eflepnqon at the lB ýcp.C i. 1 Brighton Noi Brighto- obe pl4y d1rthi 6fternotdn.: rO11th' Beach ground at 2.45 sharp.
CAULFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JUNE 21. Present:—Crs Holland (president), Langdon, Griffin, LePage, Selby. Long, Looker and Grimwade. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 23 June 1888
.ý-tAULFIELD SHIREiCOUNCIL. TunsAr, -JuNE 21.|- Presont :-Ors Holland (presiden ), Langdon, Griffin, LePage, Sel y. Long, Looker and, Grinm wade. Týf' cPiJUdtEsPo DENCL. FrdmJun sdhgiirpnanhobjecting to contribute-towards-the-repairs- to. % json t44§,.; _etito th~igfi t$g$} to arrange; _j iil=·l1(:'3 :iC r From.stwn JunO tion and p o. pIF Cbamp 1imiYbted-'rir the-dra n., bet attendedtg?. colno excee £21"i. , Froxysamie, ra be diversion oft drainage o! Bam a road.-The n gieeýýxPl tin~d ttey 1Y .) l n i the rropen linne ifor-drifa ga secretnry was iqstruote4, to info iP them tJ:tfh¶ lfebt:"`[E Y . to t0' '1(ojll.l.J LOOlfl o0n-.s'A Y9i , - lug tits goitnoil to join ti em Jp ayl tlmtl'&dM4 2Aii o li id'Is ng o' or tho P'., Nepian: road, near R O.i *. ý19R- f y1kriAe tfnd Ph li lips, en.aos:nag a copy oý araft :agr e menllt of Traunway's Company for the council to peruse and affix their s al to. L ro o s eaa- metioryp -=10 con ~ri w clt ! 1ýmj, Jrne, to with them to go thioitgh ...
CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 23 June 1888
CHURCH SERVI'IESaiOMO 0 . -Preabyteria:-Bridghton - Rev:-"F -on r 11 and 7. Bseltekr~UeJd, ay1A nid n dinlloc 7, Rev. lk.uI. Fergus. OCnlfield, Rev. H. B. Mlacartnoy, 1-lan 7 Armadale, Rev. F.- Webb. hlaternwlck, Rov;.P.-"Iailhnoho. Mtplvern, Rev.. . J:'"Godby, 1.1 aoq7. , Or kleigh,-Rev. T. H. ]Rust. m Brighton, Co'ngregatidnal.-Mprning 0A& bvening, Rev. J, Rickard! c) I Ivern /1lev~ C M~oh, 1 alnd 7.~oZ .~ Onkloigh, Roy. J. F.Gannaway, I an 7. Wcfleyaft Mlothdoist-Brighton, 1-, voi Sui~don, and7. M.i~r. W}imile. = MI111 Btrcet, Itev. J. 0. Ingamells, r,' "7Ga'st'"llrighton. ·;nri'DDnee~e11!,~ev. Y 0. Ingamblls,-7J. inn-il nnu:!i uio7 .'ntrantb1iBlig1Itob,~dcaav.NJciiBI IsOith, 1, Mr, Dunnn ~-.-4Gbltenbam,.Mr..Wobc~r7 lIordnlloc, "fr. Blnakwell, 11 and 7. MoYN ij q ,'.t Eli, 11 n'i. a. Anthn Qdll .i En ~s ;r Anthony, 8, dd (1.110 fir F Ils. Baptist Cliurch-l1righton,Rov.S. How 11, indl 7. Chris iýýnýCiiýsol1-lýrri htopp, 11 and 7. I Chsaittlhbtm ILrio"daoreUT. ' jjAýi3s;k~d...