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CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 July 1888

CHURCH SERVICES TO-MIORROW' Priesbyterian.-Brighton, 11ev. D. Gordon 11 nnd7. Elsternwick.-Rev. J. Hay, 11 and 7"' Cheltenhltim3, Ilentone 11; and 7, Rev. R. M. Fergus, 31.A. Caulficld, Rev. I. B. Mlacartney, 11 and 7 Armadale, Rev. F. Webb. Elsternwick, Rev. P. Bailhache. nMalvera, Re. C. J. Godby; 11 and 7. Oakleigh, tev. T. H. Rust. : K " i Brighton CongregationaL-Morning and evening, Rev: S. Bryant:. " . tMalvern, Rev.: C. Moon, 11 anid 7. .Oakleigh, 11ev. J. F. Gannaway, 11 and 7.. Wesleyan 'Methodist--Brighton, 11, lev. J. B. Smith, and'7 Rev. J. C. Ingamnells. SMill Street, Mr. Blackwell 11; Mr. Webb East Brighton-Student 11; Mr.. Weber 7. South Brighton, Iev . C. Ingamells 11, Rev. .. B. Smith 7. Cheltenham, Mr. Charles 7. M Iordialloc, Mr. A..T. Smith 11. Primitive Methodist-South Yarra, Rev. C. Anthony; 11. and 7. - North Brighton, :lev. 3. :W ibbei-ley11 and 7.: South Brighton, Mr. R. Lemon 11; Mr. W. Ellis 6.30. .. Eaist Brighton-Rev. B. Wibberley 3 and M?r. R. Smith 6.3...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 July 1888

ISpccial Avertisenments PRAHRAN, TWO DQORS NORTH OF COFFEE TAYEN1 . . THE-- . CHEAPEST FURNITURE WAREHOUSE -----IN- South Yarra, Prahran, Windsor and St. Kilda. How to Furnish a 3-roomed Cottage for: 183 18s., for net cash : Dining-rooml Palliasses ... . 11 0 Colonial Sofa, with'Sqanb and Full-sized Flock Mattrass 0 1S 6 Bolsters ... ... ...... 1 7 Flock Bolster ... .=: ... O 0 0 Cedar Chiffonicre Safe, Polished . 1 6 0 Fwo Flock.Pillows 0.. 4.- 0 Six Cane Chairs ... ...... 1 4 0 Wash Stand, with Towel Ral ..i 0 9t G RoundTable ...0 1 ... 01 6 Dressing Table; .... ....:0 8 :0 Table Cover ... G Full-size Tolet Set ..:: 0 10 6 Fenderand Irons' ... ... ... 0 12 6 One Cane Chair .0: ... ... :4 0 Matting to cover room ... ... 0 10 6 Toilet Glass: '.. ....... .i.0 5 0 Hearth Rug ... ... . . 6 6 Cornice Pole and Brackets .. 0 11 Kitchen Slip Mat .. ..... 1 6 Table ... ... . .. 0 12. 0 Bedroom I eat Safe . ::0 11 6 "nll-size eaadstead.... ... 1 10 0 T-wo Chairs ... ...- ...-0 5 8:0 We would...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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MALVERN POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, JULY 21. (Before Messrs. Jones and Edsall, J's.P.) UNREGISTERED DOG. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 July 1888

MALVERN POLICE COURT. i SATunDAY, JULY 21. - (Before iMessrs. Jones and, Edsal],. .,,T UNIEGISTEREil DOG.. James Noonan was clhiia d b) R. G. Rossite?r, hie inspector, witlh hav ing a?dog oi 'l!his p:remises, the':;ame niot being registered. .. As it appeared that the" rong party thad been summoned, after- a lengthy hearing the caso was-s disinisscd. S. DEBT. CASE. Jones and Lawrence siued George Lawsoi nfor' the slin:' of £30:12s:. and vocrdict for the amount with 5s. Costs was ietur.cd. UEACHII OF B, LAWS. W. P. Jones, :for" lrii inj, over the footpath, :was fined E1, ivith 2s.- Gd. costs iand Mr. Hill and Mrs. God dard had to pay '5s. for} each cow found straying on the pub lie streets, with 2s. 6d. costs oach. AN OMISSION. The naine of George Steel Davis having been omitted fromn. the voters' roll by error, was on application, there being no opposition, ordered to be in serted, and-ithe court then adjourned...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 July 1888

FOOTBALL. Brighton v. .31arlton, to b;oplayed..... this'afternoon at Brighton Beach, at. 2.43.5 Teamn-Alce, 'Agg (2), Ballan tyne, iCox; Everinglham; Friend, Grou't,; HammondB ughos; lHenty, Hamnilton, MIurdochl (2) Stei?iat, Tengue, Temple=d+. toil, Watsford, Webb,\iWriglt; and Wilsoni ': r 1J3rightonversus 31arlebone.--This match was played last Saturday: at ilbert Prk; and rest ltedin in win for the lattoi liv 5 goals and 7 behinds tot 3 go?is (kicked by I?enty, Cox, and' Watsford), and , hehinds. Hamminondr ' eiity \Ve1i, ? d 'Temploton played a good gaie for: the locals:

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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PENS, INK, AND PAPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 July 1888

PBNS, INK, AND PAPER: Amos g bthe minor details of a horme (says a wr nir to the "Qaessn")-peoe Ink, and .:ap.r are more imp-.rtsnt than Is oe:. s o.ally *spp?ed., If a lady does not ehan?eo to have a lIarge oorresapondenoe, ad t ot .o ond -f wrlting letters, the oonditlon of the materials is apt to be over:ooked Yet It I a master which show. very clearly lb • amount of order which chbaraorljas the b u.ewife If one can never lay one's hband real lyon a d.oeot p-n or.6 fid the ink in a pr.o'.ahle .,a' of duldity; if iaperand eneelop0, arejumslsed hlgl.dy.pliggedy in a draer, oci theo as,'"ll es e.nd qualities bopelMsly mixed, and no blotting paper, eta , it to use,, thlink it may be assumed some snob ol?otic Stad'it., wll'obaraterise many another detail 'of the. domestl economy' However, be thiras it may, i it Is admitted that order, neatness, and regularity con tribute largely to the easuy progress of daily life. they do so essentilIly In regard to writnlg materials. Nothing in the ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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WIT AND HUMOUR. THEY ALL DO IT! WHAT? [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 July 1888

SWIT AND HUMOUR. THEY ALL DO IT! WHAT? Imitate our Genuine agleo BSop. A eom plimtent toun, but rough on the unfortunate public whose clothes are spoiled woen they use other than "A Heart Pierced with an Arrow" Macic Soap Inventore and sole makeere. The Victorian Soap and Candle Co., Geelong.

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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BRIGGS'S BABY. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 July 1888

BRIGGS'S BABY. Brig¢m has a boy baby, about ten months old, who is admistei to look just like his father, mod to be the smartest boy baby of his age in G-stlret. The other morning the child was sitting on the floor, playing with five or six buttons on a string, and taking a? occasional nibble at an apple to brinl out his tral crop of teeth. Mrs Briggs and a neigh bour were talking away as only women can gotsip, when the baby bid the buttons under a mat, and started to finish the apple. A bit of tho ek:n got in his ttrLn:, and he gave a cough and a whoop, and pawed the air, and r.Iled over on his head. 'Oh, them buttons ! He has' swallowed them buttonsl' cries the mother,' as she yanked him up, and shook him. 'Pound him on the back,' yelled the other woman, trying to hold the baby's legs still. 'Run for the neitbonrs I' cried Mrs Briigs ' Oh, he'll die! he'll die I' screamed the other, as she ran out. And the neihtLous camne in. and made him lie on his stomoch and cugh. erd then turn...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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THE LADIES' COLUMN FASHION NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 July 1888

THE LAllS'' COLU'MNl Br VrvA. FASHION NOTES. Perseverances genrally is rewarded with --ceere, and-with womeneone of their most otent wesnons is said to be persistendy. Very certainly determination .mostly wins intheend. and the school that for years has beea preaching and prescrihina plottue- qoe dresses has won the day. The fabrics recommended have come to the fore, and not only the styles they suggested, but many others derived from the same artistic sourers. Tie promoters of pcturerqune or artistic .dreess disolaim the idea that artistic costumes are simply lose-fitting garments, which conceal rather than disp'ay the lines of the figure.' Their artistic clothing is based on a sensible adaptation of bygone fashions to mrdern requirements. This ls said to be a " Velvet year," toa velvet is not within the rsane r f all purses V.lveteen takes its; liace in mony instances. I osertainly pleaes the eye when combined With the severalj wcol'en stuffs, which it exactly matches, In a long r...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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No Formal Lover. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 July 1888

NoFormal loer. L.t othere woo, it so they choose, With coortly aire end graces, With studied phrases out of booke, And diffident embraces My loving heart more ardently Expresseo its emotion. And in a glow of rapture cla?re The object of devotion. The formal lover at the door, To whisper 'good-oight,, lingers, Content to bold the maiden's hand, Perchance to kiss herfiogers; While I, with arms around her walat Would be more bold about it, And kies the maiden on her lipe I would-s-on ue d not doubt it. She might be vexed with me at first. But shortly woul ra over Her wonted colm, and caink the more Of her impulsive lover; For. spite of et qo-tte, my heart Will thus declare its passion; And caniot tell its love at all In any frigid fashion. Let othere ceremonious be, With ever strict insistence And keep their friende'and relatives At a rrepectful distanee: . This benrt of mine ins nt supprmesed By any icy cover, But well betrays, in many ways,. Itis no formal lover. " .. .. . . .. .. - ...

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THE YOUNG FOLKS. MY PLUCKY BOY TOM; OR, SEARCHING FOR CURIOSITIES IN INDIA FOR MY SHOW. CHAPTER VII.—TOM'S NEW FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 July 1888

THE YOUNG- FOLKS. MY PLUCKY BOY TOM; OR, SEARCHING FOR CURIOSITIES IN INDIA FOR MY SHOW. Br P.'T. Banonx. CIrrAPTrraB VII.-Tolls Naw Froan. At lar Alt. Fordyce and the resti of the men reached the hotel, and heard the astoniahins story of Tom Bradford. Mfr. Fordyce saw that it would not do to dFely. ?He hurried to the cave under the euidanceof Tom, tskiog with him a suffici-n| qoantity of rpes, chloroform, and the .cesaery, paraphernalia. There could be no mistaking the meaning of these preparatiora. end, asa consequence, he had a large and ann.)ing following of the villagers and countrymem. The tiger was still asleep when the party reached the cave, but, after some delicate masiplsation, the eponges of chloroform fastened to loer stitke(and whose odour had alreecy produced some effect on the animal) wereshoved in front of his nose, andkept there until he finally succumbed. Mr. Fordyce knew when it was sale to roll away the booker, and, after dexterously binding him, drew him forth....

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THE FUTURE OF THE HEATHEN CHINEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 July 1888

Tfl FUTURE OF THE HEATHEN 1 OIIINEE. ' A representativeof the' Pall Mall Gazette' [ he. been' interviewing one of the best informed then upon the question of Chinese mmigration,and the peala action of the A rstralian co'oni"e in relation thereto ; andt the Chinese v;ew of the matter will be pretty I fully described in the notea of conversation t .ppeFded : A DISQCIMINATION INVOLVING AN INDIGNITY I TO CHINA. ' D you deny ju.tifieation to the eolonieel for thi sati.n that they have tken ?'-Tne 1 c-,lonl.ts are entitled to hold what opirions they pieas' as to the quoli6f?atlons of Chin.. men for oit'z:.ship i a riilised ommoeltv: B.tt if there I. grer.d for complaint on the part of the cole niete, as there may be; there is a co'rtitutional way of reme?pying the evil. As thing. stand, however, the An - 'rasion cr looi-e are tot soly aseepi. g acid. the trea'ies a ads with China by the British Empire, of wl ich they are a part, but they are thruseiti aside all tie tsi, cples ann ouligati...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 July 1888

IPORTANT ANNOUNhCEMENT. OITIZENS' Life Assurance Company Limited. CAPITAL - - - M CHIeF OFFIOO6a lsloiri, M.bloan; N..&W., Srdnor ; m?ol, l. ýOmle. With inmrus Agencies thronht th o ie Industrial Life Assurance. TN introducing the system otf "'Industri"r $m -1 - Snie to all classe in tie Coloniesl. the iesm have adopted the leading features of the lagaet ad moet successful indastrild life sMumrnce oface t, do rlfd, the Prudential Life Amao oes. . London. This company collcts pr.emiums I 3alymets from over 7,.000,000 polio.holders, ad ps oer £1,000,000 a year in claims. Citizer s e mi residing in any part of the coleaJ, ,hve new oa opportunlity of starlng themselves of the groet bmae Its of Life Assurance. Life Assurance Policies. The head of a family, iby paying a weekly penmiu of 3d., Gd., or Is., can now scoure to his famiy be protection of a Life Poliey. Endowment Policies. Endowment Policies are issued in names of ohiidren or youni g people. iyable on attaining a certain...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 July 1888

`,THR BEST HOUSE FOR PUMPS. n 'b DDnka on'i San. 42 Snorkestre4vemt IINI m ulpu pump,. piper. and evegibi.g. sad/ to be pat in tiboe, t 94)UT A GREAT IMPROVEMENT. A breat improvement is notioeable in the deoanIe and Dinsh of Igaselst, globes. ani ,unitary wara. Msers,. John Danks and Sou. laeve lately opened op quite a- numbe, of .re d-esirns. Watshhsn basins and baths, with -oodwork complte,; ieally beautifnl pieces of furnitare GQeslie?e uad alnbe that sal themselves. Call and bla at 42 only, Boluke street weOt.-(ADvy ) Nmu Ars FLUID MAOSI-lA i p ,maOuIse bendadl as a Dplybisg madva. ma spaisat i ats awe of Irritaglo and acdity od fe a stomasob, p tLalaut duean premsee Mebia easesss. Is tenae di s daa, or mea lobaem ltpsmdly amos. hmaburw a?ud e.otade., ceiergul . dgao . er a?t*0.to th eosab a a law samfar alr my .sreaw Asa slot. for a e moult t tee. lavetablay mres da imovin the w an -s-ia said pet?te osugh. o woble ddtD.. pu. are aubieas rum slidly oI the .asthew O&_UoN....

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 July 1888

L. Stevenson & Sons Limited, Coolnall g the bmiene ol L. ?BYVRNSON a d SONS, iEtabllhed 18. Uead Offee: 14 Flndters Lame East, mbearam. caPITAL, 0so0.0e. Incoporated umdor the Compuate Sttatute, 1. DI1BETOZS: Tbh Hon. .a H. James. LL.O.; ths uen. edwruc LaiUot; J. Lloyd Robers. We, B. lmoeySmIth sa addition to their ordleay boao,., will be pro ppred to execur I NT4D lr ALL COUlB of MIROHANDISB And will undertake AGENOID0a eithe r l UY NG or SE.LING. The ompany are open to receive doposli s (avouaMbloe fta. GOIOBoE BTeVNBON .. G. F. BlIND I b t" BCRBHS LTBVIV80N J III.= LO. . STEvTB SOIN Muanelx or. Londoo ALBERT BUILDIHN SOCIETY B&ABD OF DIRIOI3OR EDWARD WATrmB8, iq. J.P., Chomua. J.A. KITOBEN, eq., V?a Chainnn. HanV . . DERH&K .LLA JOHN BsetWIOK, eq. B.J. LASlBDON. eq, J.P. A. E. WILENNAN. OFF01 S I?ACIAL ADVAHNAG (4VATONs, DEPOrtIoaI, and BORROr R S. laued daily a p?eml 7 . d. DIrO.III)Iot -or 11 moe othe ve per et; 2 ya, qI pr ee ." aonRowmE. Tables of rsy...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 July 1888

LOCAL ITEMS. ,We hve much "pleasio n rrco i dn ' igUitha_ the Ion. Thos. 13 t, M.L.A. ias become so sufficiently convalescenit :s to appear fn his place :itiilien Htue for a shorte timn ] last {nrscly even ing. He was received \,itli? ctoifi gratulation, and feoling]y expressedi his unbounded thainklis Wfor tho anil festations of friendly 'nd Ri kiidl feeling shown tow?drds hbiim di?Ligihinghis iuffering bout. Most successful servicfesin connec tion with the Centeniiid Missionf hase been held during the past week at St. John's tho Less Church, Little Brightoni. Every evenine the chur'ch was well filled, on.sonme occasions, in = derd,l quite crowded. The Rev. .. F. Frewinf (the Missionor)yconducted.the oervices evory. evenng. ' he, rst meeting wlhci .was one for:prayer, was .iheld on: Saturday. evening, the 14thlinst., at which the rev.gentleman gove. a short discourse on the "Efficiency of Prayer..'? The mission proper began ?"ol Suinday, the 15th instant; when the Missioiier? who h...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 July 1888

-Drapers and Grocers. :ADIES,; thoe Ne Goods are jus opened for ~thoe coiing? Season. Try and mako it convenient to ,obue and - see thein." 'I shall be glad to send 3you' eamp'es: The value this season bhats all in the past:Z Dress Tweeds; Checks and Plain Dress an immense variety. Calicoes;- Sheetings, Cambrics, .White Emliroidery, anll widths ' A fine Stock of Everything to choose "rom at Payne's . 149, Bourke street East. 149 x. X Special Advcrtisements. T. COOKE, General= House: Painter, Decoratorr, &c., Good Workmanship and Best Materials Guaranteed. S Estimates Given. H l MON.TGO MERY, CARPENTER & CABINETMAKER, 46A Chapel Street, P RA-H A A N. Estimates given. Furniture Repaired and Repolished. All Orders 'promptly attended to. Music Warehonse. FEISS BROS., -MANUFACTURERS OF Orchestrions, Pianos, Harmoniums, Organs, 12OSD CIAPEL STREET WINDSOR. Musical Boxes, Violins, Fandcy Figures. Concertinas, Accordions, &c. Re paired at Moderate Charges. PIANOS AND...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 July 1888

J 6 STANDARD MUTUAL 1,UILDING SOCIETY. Shares, £2G, 7Entranie free, Is.per share Ssubscription, 2s. Gd. monthly.per share. .resident-Janl csSmitb Esq -Yice-president`--ivi bes ommittee-ThomhsbteifdIrtq. rig Esq,: A. W. -arsaon, 1sq Jl, : Larard, Esq. D..Sangster, .Esq ; Smith. Esb.: T. W "Swiudley, Esq ;J. ( tZevenboon, Esq?J: . i . SL todart, Solicitor-?ontague Coher, is. (Messrs Pavcy, Wilson and Cohen), Table 1B,-Showing the payments per c?len der month (principal and interest). for loan of £100. ,o. of I nthly. ,I Total Am- I Interest for the. y ears I Repayments I ount rapaid I whole term S-Two. .I £I106 I £1 120 I 8120 ' Four.. I 2 o I 117 40 i17 i0 Si 1150 I 120 O! 2 00 Night. I 1 8 13.00 30 Tmen ..1 - 1--.1t 1.loo 0 I is "5'O Twelve] 1" 8 '8 I"'150.00" I o 10 00 '0 Under the .above table the Society, is prephred to lend three-fourths of the value of approved securities, and in special casess a'larger pr~odrti.?i Borrowers have, the privilege of paying off atany time, without...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 July 1888

SSpecial Advertisements. BARKLY & PARLIAMENT STREETS BRIGHTON. WM. CLARK, CONTRACTOR For Asphalting Lawn Tennis Conrts, Garden Paths, Verandalis. Yards, Workshops, Sc., &c. &c. . SENcIRG, CAUTAGB? &. pLOUGHNG. : ON. SALE :-Metals, Rubble, Screenings; Bricks, &c. J. R. BAVINTON, SBO0TMA:K ER, rPINT NEPEAN ROAD, North Brighton. D UNLOP;?:-.,, , : EDWARDS Beg to intimate that pliortto their annual Si STOCKTAKING, they will offer, diring the'remainder of June andthe whole of July, the balance of their WINTER STOCK: OF. DR APER Y AT UIMMENSE REDUCIONS. Their new Goods for Spring and Summer :re :coming forward early,' and as :their Shoproom is limiited the present Sto ck ieas bargains will be offered. ThipIil ic are respectfully invite "to pay a visit of Sinspection. DUNLOP & EDWARDS, FAMILY DRAPERS AND SIMPORT1ERS, - Commercial-road, PRAHAN-'. [Establishcd 1852.] R. T. PA800 & 0C0 GROCERS, PROTISION & PRODUCE MERCHANTS, * , ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 July 1888

AG? IULTETRAL NOTES. Cold wintry weather has been experieneed in Solth'Australla during the past ten days. Some of theecatern distrlstshave had a good deal of rain, while other parts again aomplain of a deficiency. Muab more rain is required by the growing crops, as the soil has not yet had a good seoaking this season. The dry weather Is the 'subject of eom plaint from. every portion of New South Wales. Reports, however. from the baol country state that grass and water are still plentiful, and that stock are toin good condi tion. The lambing season is now at a close, end the peraentagee, as a rule, have been very satiefactory. Shearing has oommenced on several stations, and by the end of the month will be in full swing all over that colony. Tasmania Is being favoured with very genial weather for this season of the year. In point of fact, the temperatarets so genial thbat fruit trees are beginning to blossom much earlier then oseal. Stock in all parts are low in condition, nloess in ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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FRAGMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 July 1888

FRAGMENTS. 'I Tawsh your late hunoand had something l saved up for a rainy day,' said a sympathising l triend. ' Indeed be had,' replted' the widow, with a froth bures of tears; 'hb bad seven umbrellas. John was the thriftiest man I I ever knew.' First young lady: 'Fred is getting posi Livelr ooony ; he called me a flower ljust before I came wupeie~.' Rival Belle (with muceh weetneee): 'Tou had been sitting against the wall for a long time, dear; but it .was not 'nie of him to allude to it s ' " Huaband in the early morning): 'What are you eoing through my pocketl for my dear? Wife: 'A little change, John.' hus band: ' Have you no money of your own?' Wife: 'Yee; bat it is so much e?sler to find a man's pocket, John, than a woman's.' A gayyoog coquetto tsl tMln Julia, With lttSery seeks eb, to rolls; Bate 'were feest in beware, " Men y7'll fnd tasi, itbneh fair, SThis asides Is wekint to lulls, Mand (before the laughing hyena's cage) Hosw 'mean! -Here we've- beeb twenty minutes. and ...

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