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A MAHARAJAH'S MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 July 1888
A MAHARAJA'-'S MARRIAGE. The "Lahore" newspaper gives the lollow log account of the marriage of the Maharajah of Puttiala:--"From early morning the windows and balconies were filled, and the roadeswere lined with crowds of eager specta tore. At about half.pact 7 o'clock the Maharajab, seated on a moving throne (a beautiful vehicle, constructed for the occasion, and drawn by two elephants), proceeded towards Sansar, where the wedding was to take place the same evening. Pre sident Sir Dewa Singh rode along side his Highnese on a splendid horse, with rich trappings, and the officials of the State followed on elephants, according to the rank' The cavalry and infantry, drawn up at suit able places on the road, presented arms as the procession paesed. The Maharajah wore his rich wedding dress, which was con esicuous not so much for the famous aigretto of diamonds and other hietorical jewels, as for the string of pearls called ebhra, hanging down from his turban, and glittering in the rays...
From Generation to Generation. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 July 1888
From Generation to Geonration. With each new spring New born it wakes, when every forest thing Unfurling is and buds are blossoming. In tones we know It speaks, that voice of immemorial woe.. ' That leaves should come. again-that: we should go I' " Ere the Greek sung, In words melodious, from the heart blood wronr, It leaped to life in prehistoric tongue., Grey ages toess Its fainting echoes the far chasm across, Bridging their ancient to our present loss. It hath an art As universal as the human heart ; In every laud and clime it plays a part. It shall be true, Old and yet ever young, trite and yet new, Whenever trees are grega and skieslaie blue. When from the gloom Of the dark earth upbreaks the tehder bloom There eball be sounds of wailing at the tomb. When the clouds are cleft With silver aplendonre, and when rains have left, Upward shall yearn wild arms of love bereft I Uneeasinogly Rings dowrothe centuries one piteous cry, ' That these, that these should live-that we should d...
A RIVAL TO VOLAPUK. (GLOBE, 15TH MAY.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 July 1888
A RIVAL TO VOLAPUK. S(oLaO - 1?Ta A,.) h Yes; Vlapuk has nobt long maintained its g solitary pre-eminence as a univereal language. Herr Soblejer has done well ; but be is not to II be allowed to have thinse all his own way. There is a Mr G. J. Henderson, who, though he thinks and speake highly of Volapuk as a work of ingenuity, is nevertheless ot opinion that it has been formed on an erroneous basis. b What, he asks, was the use of Herr Schleyer evolving. his new language out of those r already existeing, and yet so pruning and.re ducing the words as to make them unrecog f nleableboth at eight and in sound? It is not to be expected that the majority of people Swill eat to work to master a vocabulary so wholly distinct from any with which they are acquainted. The task is too heavy, the labour too great. What is wanted is a language moxereadily recognleed and acquired by the dominant races of the world. Now, look at the Continent. The French, the Spanish, the Portuguese, and the Itali...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 July 1888
L. Stevenson& Sons Limited, Continulng the business of L. 8IEVENSON and SONS, Established 18.20 Head Office: 14 FlInders Lane East, Malbhaura. CAPITAL, 41800,000. Incorporated under the ompanies Statute, 1886, DIRIETORS: the Heon. 0. H. James, 2.L.O.; the Hen. Edward Langton J. Lloyd Roberts, Esq., B. Murray Smith Req, 0.M.0. In addition to their ordinary busines, will be pre. propared to execute eNDoNT8 for ALL CLASSES of MlBOR ANDISE, And will undertake AGENCOIS either for BUYING or SELLING. The company are open to receive deposlte at favourable rates. GEORGE ST VElSON Managing 0. P. BRIND Director" BERBERT BTEVENSON Dlrecors, L. 0. STEVENSON Managing Dlreobr, London. ALBERT BUILDING SOCIETY BOARD OF DIBEO?OBB EDWARD WATERS, Req.d J.P., Chairman. J.A. KITCHEN, Esq., Vioe Chairman. Hon. P. T. DEBRHAM, M.LA. JOHN BBSWICEE, Heq. H. J.LANGDON, Eeq., J.P. MANAGER : A. E. M'LENNAN. OFFERBS SPEIAL ADVANbAGES INV.ZSTORS, DEPOIITO B, and BORROWERS. SHARES leaned daily at premium of...
PROS[?] OF THE [?] PRO[?] [?]-MINING COMPANY NO [?] [?] NEW ENGLAND, NEW [?] WA[?]. CAPITAL: £100,000, [?] SHARES of [?]. To be Registered [?] under The Mining Companies [?] 1871. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 July 1888
Ps; eosaeram s qoW m WROI ' P MEOP a WM 'iN.uP lQ oI(w PdAT so IrIZWm ?NEr BNGLArND, NiW SOUI WATI.. CAPITAL: 4100,000, In It00,00 RHAR?B of AtE ] H. To be Begistered in iTetola undar theo lafng 7om panlwe. latte 1871. 7,000 Iheros aro recerved by taeo vendtin paid a to 10e., togothor with ,t.IO0 In eaab. in lull payment for the property. bho r?anmlelg B0,000 shameu are now offered 1o tho public on the following torms:-8r. on uppllentleo. B. on allotment, the balanee ol is, If neoessary, In cali not to exooed t. per share per amontha ; .cr whlch all shares will rank alike. IbT oo other hrgeto the company will be thcW mnoidental to Theoempany wl etart with a e?edit of l6.cO0, and it to not expo~ted that any ftrther calle will be ro qnlred, ao from tho exports' reports there i1 tin ore enalrd in e ligt o pya me whole working expecnes Ju?4 ?yce~ni1 diyidonde.
PROVISIONAL DIRECTORS. Melbourne Directors [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 July 1888
PROVtIhIONAL DIOtOTOiBl. ldMbonrne Direetore: Honw. H. oe0 , M.tO. (OnDarmsn Mlneoowners' Assoeiation. Beltarsat) Hon. J. I. Dow, M P., Minister of Lands Hon. 'ho& Bent M.P. .L Baker, -q. M.P. James Wlghlon, eq., Solicitor (Davies. Prie, and Wighton). W hto. Sydney Dlretotel :' John Storey Jamleson, Eeq. (Prince, Ogg, and On.) John Baletet OChriatlan, Ra. Thomas .5 Mo gn, S01q. (Original Owner Mount Morgan Gold Mine) Frederick Buthoer. Seq., Merchant. ' BANKERBS: Bank of Auetralasta, Melbourne. B-OL|I COB: William J Woolcott, ?rq. 80g.. tAtY pro tern.: G. 0. Bobln?on, tt4.heohfld.chabera, Gollion sheet wolt, Meabetiree. .? .... BROKeI €C S oleborne. the Union Inanose;- G?oantee, and Investment Company of Australia amoited, 80 Little Collina setreet west. Ballarat Meteus. troddsot and Binnle, Exchange. The PI(OPRI&T4BY COMPANY Is formed for the purpose of aoqulrlg' and working both the lode and streoam tin which has boon disoovered In this valuable propelty, oonsnltln...
CAULFIELD POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JULY 16. (Before Messrs. Holland and Watts, J's.P.) AN INEBRIATE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 July 1888
C.AULFIELD 'POLICE COURT. MONDAY, ULY :16.1 .(Before Messrs.. Holland and Watts, J's.P.) AN INEBRIATE. J. Devereaux, for being drunk- and disorderly, was let off on paymen of a crown ay' 'fine'. CARELESS DRIVERS. Messrs. R. Smith, E. Richards, G. Richards, W. Harvey, junr., and Jas. Sheha,, for negligent driving were -fined £1?each...... WV. McAlpine, for. driving into a cab, had to pay £1 with 5s costs, and Thomas Pilkington, for drivingagainst and smashing a lamp post, was muloted i double that amoun.t .. a i In McAlpine's case Constable Loor ham said that this was the third time within tw.,inoiithsh he;hdd been guiltyr of negligence in driving. J. Brown, for driving on the foot path, had to stump up a crown. NO PROTECTION. Fred. Bladen was charged by Con stable Jordan svithlleaving a dangerous excavation witt out the necessary pro caution. ofa fence. - , -. Qonstable JordaU s evidenca, corro borated by Constable WVilsoncroft, went to shoey that defendant,,who had the contractto w...
BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JULY 20. Before Messrs. Crook, Jamieson, Egan, and Francis, J.s'P. THAT CELESTIAL AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 July 1888
BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 'JtULY 2O. Before Messrs. Crook, Jamieson, Egan,? and Francis, J.'s.P. THAT COEESTIAL AGAIN. Tong Wab was charged with suffer-i ing nightsoilto be deposited on hisi lafxd fivithodt a permit.} MrSReidifor the defence., raised the objection tliut tie summions did' ot'? iseldose 1il d6te of the offence. IAdjourned.for a fort night., ... •,TRAyELLING WITHOUT TICKETS ., Robert King and::d W. Beattiee ap. peared in ausweri too charges laid against then ýby10onstiable Flannery with. refusing to, produce their tickets. at' the Elsternwvilc Station "on thie .evening of the 9thi ult. The evidence: of Porters Cain, Ryan and Station.i master Crlarke fully proved the charges,, ankciiig was ,:fned g1Os;iitl ? £2; 2s: "cost's;? 'd;'Beattie =0s without°ýo°'ts, i ,*t?DISCHARGINQiiFIIIf4AR S.i Jas. Young. was charged by Curin staljt Orodbk with'dischaiging firearms on SundayTlastat Sandringham, and was cautioned-and fined £2. DESTROYING PROPERTY. Chas. and Vm.i Jolins w...
LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 July 1888
.. LAWN TEi NNIS: . ,?" ?,,: ,I Cheltonham v. St. Kilda.-- Tliue trophy 'match'. (third division)';was pilaye d, lastASaturday,,. at,, Ohltonbgm, w)lei~ S:JClbandlor iand IT. O Conjport '(0.) 'bboat B?ting hnd BSillars (St.'k), 1'. Chandleraid Corator s hnihc(.) beat Gillespide andal,;lHewilt$t?! $?. K,), G--3, 6--1, 6-0,, and ,aJlpBunting and Sil. lars (St. K.), 6-Li, 6-4, 6-3. Total Majority for Cheltonhiau, 62,
AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 July 1888
. BICULTURAL NOTES. More rain is required in many districts for a the crops and the grass. Things look fresh n and green everywhere, but, after the drying t winds of the past week, the ground hardens d rapidly, and vegetation, unless lain falls, will a be checked. Stock are in good condition for o this seaeon of the year; so that, taken alto. a aether, the outlook up to date must be con selidered promising. A lot of interesting in. formation will. be found in our usual batch of country letters. Complaints of the dryness of the weather a come from Deniliunin. Up to date only O5in. of rain has fallen since the Ibeginning of t the year, as compared with 9Oin. to the same e date last year. Notwithstanding that the registration has been so-limited the country is a in A fairly good state from a grazing stand point. The plains are well covered with ehbbrt green feed, and although the tanks are low a there is still plenty in them for present purposes. Truckings are noff'; nearly' so numorou...
FRAGMENTS OF FUN. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 July 1888
FRAGMENTS OF FUN. Wire (club nibht)-' Will you be home early to nghr, Johl' Husband--'Y'es, I think so, but don't keep breakfast waiting for me.' A otls who was told by an old boatman to be sure and have her boat well trimmed, wena to work and mowed two silk flounces around the gunwales. t ' Ann are you really so badly broke, my friend I' he said, as hetendered the tramp a penny. ' Broke? was the bitter response. 'I'm as badly broke as the ten command manta.' Toe tenor in a lasbionable church choir round to his horror that hie voics all at once became unpleaeantly thick. He strained it, but without any good effest. A vaono in Alambra was brought up for stealing a pair of chickens, but declared, solemnly, that he 'didn't steal dam or fowls,' declariog on the other band, that the com plainant had beaton him brutally with a'olub. ' But,' said the judge. 'you're twice as larle and strong as he; why didn't you defend yourself? ' Why, jedge, see hbyar; I had a chioken in each hand, an' wh...
FIRST BABY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 July 1888
FIRST BABY. Fnnd young mother to proud young father ,-'Albert dear, did you hear the sweet, precious darling cry his dear little eves out last night' Proud young father-' I thought I heard our angel twittery' SECOND BABY. She-' Albert, you anueeling wretoh, to bear that child screeching all night, and never offer to take him I' He-' Let the little demon howl I'
EASILY SATISFIED. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 July 1888
EASILY SATISFIED. Obarles: ' Mamma, to-day thbo teacher praised me.' 'Did he? What did he say to you? ' 'Well, he didn't exactly ay muchb to me, bat he said to my seat.matse: "Yo6nae the areateet good.for.nothing in the whole claps. I even think more of Charles than of you." ' L'Fiegende Blatter.)
TOO MUCH QUESTIONING. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 July 1888
TOO MUCH QUESPIONING. A physician in the 'American Magazine,' illustra?tmn the evil custom of talking to an involid aboht his pains, says that once he re queeted a mother to make a stroke upon a paper each time she asked a sick daughter how ashe wa. The next day, to her astonishment; she made 109 strokes. A three month' visit away from home wea prescribed.
APPLIED ARITHMETIC. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 July 1888
APPLIED ARITHItETIC. SIt will not do to be oaralessin your state. mente in addressing a orowd of boys, as I fonutd out to my obagrin some years ago.' nsey a man who is often invited to talk to the young. ' I was vliting a villogo school, and at the olose of the etudy hour all the children were marobed into the aseembly room. I was invited to say a few worde, and in the course of my remarke threw out the old cheetnut about 'any one of you can be proeident if you are determined enough.' At this point I was interrupted by a little fellow on the front row who Jumped up and said, 'Say, Mister, how long does a President hold!' 'Fuur years,' I answered. wondering what was coming. 'Then some of us fellows would havre to be mighty old before we got there,' he retorted. I gave one glance at the hundred or more laugbing boys in front of me, and sat down in disgrace.
WHAT TROUBLED THE HEN. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 July 1888
WHAT TROUBLED THE HEN, One day the children's grandmother, who lives in the country, brought them a hen and obickene. They were a great curiosity to the children, who had never seen a hen and her chtckene before. Christie listened with astonisbment to the clocking of the mother to her brood theo, appearing to solve the mystery, he exclaimed, 'Old hen's got the hiccoughs I'
LITERA SCRIPTA MANET. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 July 1888
LITER& SCRIIPTA MANET. Little Irene, when twenty months old, had a habit of asking strangers for cents. Her mother told her she would punish her if she asked for any more. Next morning she went to a neighbour'e house alone and said: G?I e'pose you've got eome tents, Mime Grifle T Mrs Griffin answered ' Yes.' ' Well,' Irene says, 'I e'pole you doing to eep 'em, ain't you?t She got the cents without asking for them.
A GREAT INVENTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 July 1888
A GREAT INVENTOR. 'It's just wonderlual Bromley, how Edison keeps on inventiog thinge. He hasn't his equal in the world, ' Drrioger, I don't know about thai, If my boy keeps on he'll best Edison hollow. He'einveoting something every day.' ' Ynu don't say so S Why, what does hein - vent ?' ' Excusees.'
NOT THE KEY HOLE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 21 July 1888
NOT THE KEY HOLE. A ottizen eco.d in an unateady way gazing at a front door on Fret street the other nighr, and another belated one who passed that way nalted and asked: - Looking for the key-hole, old fellow ?' ' Obee-hole I' Yee.' 'No,. zur. I've goz way beyond zbat, uer. I'm looking for'er door itself. Sheems to be tco many of 'em here.' ,