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Boys' Column. Jock O'the Mill. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 10 September 1887

Jockl o' the iMill. As every one knows, it was not so many centuries ago that' the borderlaid -between England and Scotland was considered falr huntingsground for:those who lived within reasonable distance of the Tweed. It was claimed by various lords. who probably.had small right to it, but who tried to enforce their rights with little regard to the justice of their claims. After Chevy Chase the ill-feeling between the border clans became still more bitter, and involved the unhappy people who lived in the neighborhood in still greater misery than be.' fore. The raids of the English were avenged by the Scots, and' vice versa, and numberless petty encounters took place of which neither history nor ballad takes any note. The Baron of Melton-was one of the chief raiders. In fact, in spite of his title, he was no better than a common robber. His mis deeds were connived at by the English Govern meiol because he was useful in checking the advance of the Soots, of whose inroads into Englan...

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And District Record, The
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BRIGHTON BEACH RECREATION CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 10 September 1887

BRIGHTON BEACH UECBEA- - - - TION CLUB. A well-attended meeting of the ladies of Brighton convened by circular was eld last Thursday 'afternoon in the Council Chamber of the Town Hall to take into consideration the proposal to hold "a bazaar on behalf of the club. T., Bent, Esq., Mayor of Brighton, was voted to the chair. There were present besides the chairman and the ladies, the president and secretary of the club and Mr Moff.tt. Mr M'Clure Etated that the Brighton Beach Recreation Club had recently been formed for the purpose of affording to the residents of the district and their friends healthful nut-door exercise and amusement. The grounds of the club are the trianbglar rieierve, Brighton' Beach. The club bad already expended £900 in erecting a pavilion and preparing a first class cricket ground, and had entered into a contract for the construction of ttwr tennis courts and necessary fittings at th' cost of £250~7'Itiw? proposid to hold a bazaar on behalf of the club, and as t...

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MOORABBIN SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 10 September 1887

SOQORABBIN SHIRE .COUNCIL; 'M-ONDAY, SEPTEMIBER 5. Present Cra Burgess, Comport; Mac Swansi"Mill; Reionison, Sparks 'aiid Sitay nor. In the abseiice of'the President Cir Ward :was unanimously voted to the ' M"INUTES l" , ' . Thie minutes of last ordinary and' o? the special meetings were read. and con S..':._i;7 C;OniiESPoNo.DENCE. From" the Oakleighl Shire Council, en-i closing an account for the sum of £73 2s 9d, the same being half the cost of the recenti imiprovements effected by them to Bo?~nidairyroad. - Received, and the' amountt to be paid. ... 'From the secretary of the Municipal Association, askiing the council to con tribute a donation towards suitably RC knowledging the courtesy of the Mayor of Melbourne during the recent Jubilee Le tivities?.-Consideration deferred From:O. Manly, junn:.asking thei cobun cil':to divide, his rateable property into' two: separate:: items?. viz.:, £45i for. the hotel and £30 for the land:-.After'' some disceansion'id was rdecided toi infoir...

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BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, SEPT. 9. Before Messrs. Sprigg and Webster J's.P. DRIVING OVER FOOTPATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 10 September 1887

BRIGIITON POLICE COURT. -0. FRIDAY, SEPT. 9. Before Mesasr. Sprigg and Webiter J's.P. S. DIVING OVER FOOTPATH.. Constable Holland proceeded -against John Gerrard, a young man; in the'em ploy of Mr Ross, baker, for driving over the footpath in Male-street. ,,In answer, to the. bench the constable explained, that this was the' same place that G.' ,Woodward was fined last'court day for driving over. It is not the ap proach to a righ-of- way nor private street, but to purchased property, and there were other approaches to the adjacent pro perties without driving over the footpath. D. M'Keizieo, in- the employ, of V. Robinson, butcher, was chs'rged'with a similar offence, and not appearing in an swer to' the charge was'fined Os:' WANDERING HJORSES. Constable Holland charged. V. Pam jhillioni for allowiug his horse to' stray on Sunday last. The ofience bcing proved defendant' said he had obtained permission from the agent of9a aecant block l of? land abutting on Bay-street to put :his' ho...

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The Leader. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1887. AN UNSAOURY SUBJECT. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 10 September 1887

ýftwý #weaý>r. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1887. -AN UNSAOURY SUBJECT. AN important conference of municipal and sthre representatives was held at Moorabbin Shire Hall this week to devise means for the abatement or removal of the nightsoil nuisancein the surrounding districts. It is somewhat unfortunate that the representatives were not prepared with fuller infor mation of a practical character; but, as everything must have a beginning, the conference was not altogether fruitless, arrangements having been made for another and larger meeting, when it is to be hoped some definite scheme will be submitted. Whatever this scheme may be, one thing is cer tain, and that is all who around Melbourne are in the habit of using nightsoil as a fertiliser should be placed on the same level. If the stuff is prohibited coming into one gardening district it should be in all. So far we fully co-incide with the views of Cr Ward. It is a well known fact that twice the quantity of vegetabl...

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Reading the Will. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 10 September 1887

LCaelisg thle J11-ll. This morning I received a note from my affi nced bride, Constance Graham, rcquess inog me to attend at two o'clock that day at the house of her late uncle in Harley street, for the purpose of hearing his will read. I had the greatest pleasure in complying with this invitation. I had really begun to fancy that old Mr. Graham was going to remain perpetuallyon the earth, like Mrs. Nortons'a "Undying One; " he was always on the point of death, and always cured, and better than ever in the course of a few days; last month the cold water system seemed completely to renovate him, but he suddenly relapsed, de parted from the world, and leftfilty thousand pounds and a will behind him. Though Constanca is the prettiest and most amiable girl of my acquaintance, I had determined never to marry her while her uncle lived he had freqeintly proclaimed her his heiress, but as frequently took offence at something or nothing in her behavior, and bequeathed his wealth to a hospita...

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A Tigress Tamed. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 10 September 1887

A Tigress Tatsetd, When Mr.A .ibal Bd oke is described as the nephew of his uncle, and is depicted in the library of his uncle's mansion in Devon, reading an idle book of verse at eleven o'clock in the morning, it becomes evident that he belongs to what is known as the privileged class of Englishmen. And yet, on the May morning in question Mr. Brooke was in a somewhat ticklish position. From his father he had inherited nothing but a bony, muscular frame, and a pleasant, if not very handsome, face; from his mother nothing but a heart not altogether adamant, and two kindly grey eyes, the which he, however, dis figured with spectacles. . None of these hereditaments will do very much for a man nowadays ; and Mr. Brooke's friends had thought him uncommonly lucky when, being left an orphan, his maternal uncle, Sir John Tutt-Masted, had taken him home to Msxted Towers. The country-side, indeed, considered Archie-as he was called for miles around--his unle's heir beyond all peradventure. Bu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 10 September 1887

Colleges and Schools. I "FNIS CORONAT OPus'." BRIGIHTON ::LADI ES' COLLEGE (:,: Ellesmcre,," ? ! ST AIWNDEW STREET; Near the Town Ha ll ? IMRS. J. HAINES, (Late of Clifton Hill Ladies' College), For sevei'al years; teacher:.lnder the Board ofEducation?. Assisted by ' " MISS ýA. E. COX: English:LitCrature and Mathemantics,,::: *W. BRISTOWE, EsQ.,. B.A ::French and German, :i O:: ': TO:M LL i: r ianoforte, MiSS BIJRKýIýITT, ThA.M..; MissA O COX :Calisthenics, MISS: sDICK .and 'MOON. ' esideit Goveriness:, H- ! . :MISS A, C. COX. TERMS (Payable in ndiance) English'(as below), also Languages .. One to Four Guinecs per. Tcrm S":' :,;Resideit'iPupiils (ii'le?r 1' y carsi' English (as below), also L:nuguages, Music,:and l'ainting ,:.. -: Twelve Guineas per Termnn. Residenlt Pupils'(o or ' 2 yc.is): English (as beilow). also Languacges, Mu: sic, and .Painting ..: Fifteen Gnincais per Term ENGLISI - in ts vnarious ;ranches corn; .Prises leading, Writing, Arithmetic (Ad vanced);: Euclid and A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 10 September 1887

Chemist Junction - Pharmacy. SMITH & CO., Chemists   and Druggists BAY STREET, North Brighton. BEG respectfully to intimate to the residents of Little Brighton and     surrounding districts that they have COMMENCED BUSINESS as Chemists and Druggists in the premises lately occupied by Mr. Wood, grocer, and known as the Little Brighton Post Office, and solicit a share of their patronage. S. & CO. KEEP ONLY THE BEST AND MOST RECENT DRUGS AND CHEMICALS IN STOCK, of which they import regular sup- plies. - S. & CO'S EYE LOTION, a safe and certain cure.   " CANADIAN GOLDEN EYE OINTMENT,superior   to all others. " MAGIC LIVER MIXTURE   a sure cure for Indigestion.   " FLUID EXTACT OF BUCHU, for kidney and bladder.       " BLOOD PURIFIER - ex-   tract of Sarsparilla and Iodide of Potass, is the best blood purifier known to scie...

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Novelist. DAYS OF CRIME AND YEARS OF SUFFERING. AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY, Reprinted from "The Australasian" of 1867 by special permission.) CHAPTER XIV. NEWGATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 10 September 1887

Novelist. DAYS OF CRIME AND YEARS OF SUFFERING. AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY. Reprinted from "The Australasian" of 1867 by special permission.) CHAPTER XIV. NEWGATE.     Newgate. How suggestive the very word!   What associations cluster round the name!   How the heroes of the far-famed "Calendar"     start into life at the very sound, and are visioned before us in all their pristine glory!   How it bears the memory back to the good old times, and begets a reverence for "The grand old law, the simple plan, That he should take who has the power, And he should keep who can." Ghosts glide before us as we breathe the mystic syllables, and Claude Duval, Captain Maheath, Jonathan Wild, and Jack Sheppard seem, in the spirit, present. Newgate! thou great   school for the improvement of the mind upon the mutual instruction system; thou world of recondite mysteries; thou teacher of un- known tongues; wi...

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CHELTENHAM POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, SEPT 7 Before Messrs Attenborough, Keys and Brown J.'s.P. TOO FOND OF THE BOTTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 10 September 1887

CHELTENHAM POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, SEPT 7     Before Messrs Attenborough, Keys and Brown J.'s.P.   TOO FOND OF THE BOTTLE. Elizabeth Bailey was charged by Con- stable Cowen with being drunk and dis- orderly on Saturday afternoon, Sept 3rd He said she was behaving herself in a most disgraceful manner. She was cau tioned and fined 5s.   A DISPUTED ACCOUNT.   Mrs Sweet v. A. Michie : £11 14s for   board and lodging. Mr Gillott appeared fdr complainant. Mrs Sweet produced her account book, which proved the debt was justly due. Verdict for the amount with £2 7s costs, in default distress. TRUANT CASE.   Mr Ireland, truant officer, charged J. Campbell with neglecting to send two of his children to school. Defendant did not appear and a fineof 5s with 2s 6d costs was inflicted.   STRAY CATTLE.     Jas. M. Jenkins, W. J. Fox and R. M'Conachie were charged by Con...

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Difficulties of Composition. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 17 September 1887

DifIIculties of Composition. A crnrIN eccentric composer met a frind who asked him if he had reoently been making any more music. "Well," replied the eom poser, " composition is a aseiots affair. If you hve a good idea you can't Ond the paper to write it down; if you do write it, you won't And apablisher; if you do fnd one, be won't praise you; if your mo mu as eeual is published, nobody wii buy it ; i somebody dod ie it, i be 'won't bkowbow to pa It end it jhau rmly itb emn't i-iL .

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No Black. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 17 September 1887

No Black. H. stood on the corner of Woolward avenue and Congress street and seemed to look far, far away. " Black yer butes 2" querried a shiner who came across the street. Nolanswer. " Ortet' be blacked," contined the boy. " Feller may have on ever so nice dods, but if his butes don't shine he don't look like a gent. The man looked a mile further away. :" It won't be but five cents, you know, and anickel won't bust yer bank accoont. It's wonderful how much shine you can get for a little money. What do you say?" The man's eyes seemed to be following, a furniture waggon as it rolled down the street, but be was silent. " Don't want to press the matter, you know, botif you could give me an answer inside of an hour I'd be very much obliged. I like to see a man think deeply before deciding an im. portant matter." The man came bask to this world long enough to spit over his shoulder and move aside for a man with a ladder, and then he took flight again. " Perhaps you'd like to have me meet...

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ILLICIT DISTILLING. ANOTHER SEIZURE OF A STILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 17 September 1887

..-ILLICIT DISTILLING.---! ANlOTHER SEIZURE OF A STILL. For some considerable period it has been a notorious fact that illicit distilling of whisky waslbeini carried onl extensively in Nirrnnda, and that it was retailed by many hotelkeepers and others. The authorities 4ecently made a descent upon a farmer's placebut the people w~re warned in time, ;sid removed the still a few minutes prior to thc arrival of the police. Since then hubninspector Mackay has been appointed hln. inspector of distilleries, and he kept stnrict watch on certain premises, but had ioqwork'with great vigilance, owing to the larg-e number of accomplices ready to give arning of any intended raid. At 5 o'clock thel morning Snb-inspector Mackay, ane companied by Sergeant Hamilton and two constablcs, set out with tOie intention of making a raid on suspected premises at Nirrandan; some 2.5 miles from Wrarrnambool. On ne'inin, the pl'ce i hey were alarmed by. Tfi' ea?rns lbeindishiarged all round them, andl at first ...

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BRIGHTON BEACH RECREATION CLUB, CRICKET SECTION AND BRIGHTON CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 17 September 1887

BRIGHTON?'-BEACIH -RECREA* -TION CLUB, CRICKET SEC. TION AND BRICHTON CLUB. [nHe annual meeting of the Brighton ibench (Terminus) Cricket Club was held on Friday night;,at'the pavilion;of the club, n t Brighton Beach. There wl a good attends ance of members. '?ir. Spear wis voted to the chair*1,:di zLrr; iý.!; ~d± _...i f ni ý", =ir . The tIon. Scr~it areal rthe 'report for last; seson, which show d that thee first eleven had played 17 maitches, 7 of which ware won, 2 lost and 8, drawn the secon eleven played 19 matches winning losing 7 and ?lrawing sn.r .In the first1 eleven.Mir =Sncrs prire for highest 'hattin aversge bis won by 3Mr, . HBaulike n thi nnaven 17.8; Mr. Gnir'sl prize for ln-iln r secured by .i1y:M1. Shfclicl wit anvr age of 9.1; DIr. Griffin' prize, for highest batting averaga in the mntchei 'ainst thli Brighton Clubwiasalsonwon i v Mr; Sheffield his average being 23.4: ,' .; nýr' .i !T In tlhe second elevei oDr.- .ornwll o tained Mr. Wlllis's prize hfor lest batting...

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Strange Bodies in Timber. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 17 September 1887

Strange Bodies in Timber.-Cornelins Smith has the contract for sawing into lumber a large number of logs cut from trees stand ing on the fields of Antietam, at the time of the battle fight. He says that all sorts of missiles, from cannon balls to buck shot, are almost daily met with in the timber, and that it is really dangerous to stand near the saws when such lumber is being cut, a number of saws having been snapped into fragments, when running at a high rate of speed, by striking iron shot embedded in the logs. A large, angular fragment of a shell was struck by a saw, and a perfect shower of sparks rained about the mill from the con. tact of the metals, the saw being finally snapped in several pieces. In another instance a grape shot was cut through by a a saw. leaving a bright polished surface on each hemisphere of the missile. Manv leaden bullets, which offer little or no resistance to the saws, are revealed in boards and planks. It was a really smart little miss who soon after...

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Nature. Some Queer Fish. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 17 September 1887

1lature. 1Some Jsreer Fisle. - A farmore singular walking fish. than: any? of these is the odd creature that rejoices, un fortunately, in the very classical surname of Periophthalmus, which is, being interpreted;' Stareabout. If he had a recognized English name of his own, I would gladly give it; but he hasn't, and as it is clearly necessary to call him something, I fear we must stick to the somewhat alarming scientific nomenclature. Periophthalmus, then, is an odd fish of the tropical Pacific shores, with.a pair of very distinct forelegs, theoretically described as modified pectoral fins, and with two goggle eyes, which he can protude at pleasure right outside the sockets, so as to look-in whatever direction he chooses without even taking tlhe trouble to turn hishead to left or right, back ward or forward. At ebb tide this peripate tic goby literally walks straight out of the water, and promenades the bare beach erect on two legs, in search of small crabs and other stray marine ani...

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BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, SEPT. 16. Before Messrs. Wilson and Francis J's.P. INSULTING BEHAVIOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 17 September 1887

FRIDAY, SEPT 1 Before Messrs. Wilson and Francis J's.P. INSULTiwG ]IEILIVIOUR. Thos. Rainsberry, on bail, was chasged with in?lting behaviour, on the 10th inst.. in :Bay-street, near the N~orth Brighton station... - Two witnesses stated that he struck. several persons and jostled others, as also tliat he rolled one old gentlemian in to the street, cutting and bruising him about the face. The Sergeant stated that accused had shamefully illused the person refered to by the witness, but he declined to prose cute. He, therefore, locked him up, and in an hour or two afterwards he became very violent and made use of most blass phemous language. Accused who said he had been onlY larking with a friend was fined £3 3a' with 10s costs, in default 14 days. DRIVING OVER THE FOOTPATH. Richard Neads, for above offence, was fined 10s, with 2s Gd costs. DEBT CASES. Verdicts with costs were awarded in the following rate cases :--Twn of Brigston v. W. Rennison, £1 2s Gd; Jas. Mason, £612a ; B. Taylor...

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House-Cleaning Hints. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 17 September 1887

.Houtse-Cleaaning HIints. Mix sonic"eplter of paris in an old cup ,with cold water till a not too stiff paste is formed. Fill with it all t!,e cracks and mend all the broken places in walls that are to be wliitew?sled. This will serve to pre serve the walls in good condition. besides ad ding much to thebeauty of theirappearance. Mix but little of the plaster at a time, as it sets or hardens very quickly, and soon be comes unmanageable. Use a thin, broad bladed knife to apply with, excepting where cracks are in the cornerof a room, in which case you will be obliged to use your fingers. For a good common whitewash, take a piece of stone lime as large as a child's head, having it new and entirely unslaked. and put it into an iron kettle that will hold a pail ful. Pour over it a few quarts of boiling water at night ; cover and let stand till morn ing; then fill up with water and set on the stove. Add a handful of salt, and stirocca sionally till hot. Pour off into a pail, and if too thi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 17 September 1887

, " .Banks. Commercial Bank of Australla (Limited) : i ::AnthorisedCapital .....; ... ·£3,000,000. Subscribed Capital ... .:.;.. 2,500,000 Paid Up . 1,000,000 R eserde Fund: ...... .. .: .. 570,000 lAD OFFICE-30O COLLINS ST. -"., MELBOURNE. "'Indon Office--Bishopsgate; c:St: Within;: corner of Leadenhall-street, E.C. BRIGHTON BRANCH--."i Cornmer Bay & Coclirane Streets. Interest nllowed on FIXED DEPOSITS' highest current rates r DIRAFTSh :on" London office,' branches and 'iagesesnokthe Baik issued atlowet I isionoted and Advsnces fade.. W. M'Firlanie.. "M- "anager. : ENGLISH. SCOTTISH:. .. AND AUSTRALIAN CHARTERED; . ? A N It. (Incorporated by lRoyal Chartera 182)s Paid up Capital, with power to " I, .increase to .£1,00,O000... '.." . "720;?0Q lteserreLiabilitcyf Sharehold~irs ",- 7'0, 0~ 0 Elstcerwiictrnch. s. .LZLEN IIURN'TI?',Y ?O A S(Near Railway Sfhtion.): .I Interest allowied :on ,Fixed-',Deposits at Highest Rates). ?Brafts issued on the London 'olice, Branches and age...

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