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A Similar Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 4 August 1888

A Similar Case. Jack, I hear you have gone and done it, Ye-, Iknow; most rellows will; Went end trieo it once myself, sir. T'I'aui you seeeaI' anagle ?atal. And you met her--dla'ou tell me? - SDown at Brighton lastJu y, A And resolved to auk the question' At a .uiree? So did 1. I suppose you lett.the ballroom W ih Its music a Ite ligh; - For they ?ay loveo tllame ie. bighteet - In the darkneea at the night. Well, you walked along together. Overhead, the etarlit sky, And I'll net-old man, coutees it You were frightened. So wse I. So Iou strolled along the terrace, S+,·- t ? , til Wulllluu .moo uh .ll .+. ++.: ....i" .. rAtll Iadalntumoee oi'tnewte .. As, they rippled on' the shore; Ti:l atleongo you g tbhered courage, Wuen you sadw ?trna ,noe were ztglh Did you draw ner close and tell her That you loved her?: So did I. Well, I needn't ark you further, And I'm sure I wish you jiy ; Think I'll wander down and see you Wnen you're mnarried-eb, my boy?? When the honeymoon is over, Aa?d yo...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FASHION NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 4 August 1888

FASHION NOI'ES. From Paris it is announced that th "Emplbe" bonnet, .'a shape that bat a flat., crown and a wide brim, tlke a halo 'round the face," share, popularity with the small pointed bonnet ;o which we have been so long acouos comed; but I faicy It will be somt amo before ." Empire" :bonnoet becom,. common mon a lonatu. u, Daring1 a visit to tome of the leading eauiblishments the majority of the bonnets shown mn. were small pointed chapeaux, and the materials employed in their foundation, were legion. Many were of .atraw, which iti is said is to be very popnul.rthis season, as straw ean now be dyed to exactly match, s?yt tone. Then there were asoinating little' tulle, chapeaux and jstb..nnets strong o' -Eare, •and -onnets - in which. the gold cme broidered foundations were suggestive ofutbn " thirst .for gold. in wearing apparel that lI said to be on the increase. Flowers and ribbon loopspredominated in the trimming, sud the bhews of. to.day are marvels uf: artistio skill, wh...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 4 August 1888

: i' a. , pecial Avertisements PALLOT, AND WOODMASON, 10 Chapel Street, 10 S PRAHRAN, T .DOORS NORTH OF COFFEE TAVERN.'? -THiE C HEAPEST FURNITURE. WAREHOUSE South Yarra, Prahran, Windsor and'St. Kilda. H'ow to Furnish a 3-roomed Cottage for £13 13s., for net cash : Dinling-room Palliasses . .. .. 40 11 0 Colonial Sofa, with Squab and Full-sized Flock Mattrass . 0 18 6 . olsters-, £1 7 6 Flock Bolster .. . 0 .C -Cdder Chiffonicre Safe, Polished 1 6 0 Fwo Flock Pillows.. .:--...., - 00-:0 Six Cane Chairs 1 4 0 Wash Stand, with Towel c all ;O. ,0 6 Iound lTablea 0 12 6 Drosing Table , 8 0 Table Goer o 6 Fell-size Toilet Sat?' 0 10 6 Fender and Irons .. ..: 012 6 One CanocChair .... .. . 0 Matting to cover room . 0 10 6 IToilet Gla .ss : . .(.' 015 0 ' Hearth Rug I 0-:...r 6 .6 Cornice Pole and Brackets. .. 0 11 6 ''Kitchen Slip Mat ...... ... ... 1 6 Table ... ... .... ... 0 12- 0 Bedroom eat Safe 0 11 6 hll-aieBeadstead... : .. 1 10. Two Chairs - ... . 0.. 0: 8 0 We would call attent...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, AUGUST 3. (Before Messrs. Sprigg, Allen, Crook, and Wilson, J's.P.) INSULTING BEHAVIOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 4 August 1888

BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, AUGUST 3. (Before M?essrs. Sprigg,. Allen, Crook, S.. and Wilson, 'J's.P.) INSULTING BEHAVIOUR. -. ..Mrs. Smith and W. Wilkinson, on remand from last week for. insulting be·havIiour, were as they had now re covered from a drinking bout, dis charged. The latter, on the application of his wife, Elizabeth Wilkinson, who swore ani information against him for threat ening her life, was bbound over to keep the peacei himself in L100 and two sureties of L50-each. - Alf. Williams, charged by Constable Hollahd witlh insulting behaviour near the North Brighton railway station, was fined L2, in default seven days' imprisonment. A DEAR COIAR. C. Boulk, charged by Constable Flannery with' smoking' a cigar in a non-smoking carriage on the Mordial loe lin.e, was fined sLi, wit, i .2 2's. costs. CAUGHT AGAIN: F. Leslid, on a charge of larceny, as also several other charges, was, on the application of. Sergeant ."Ryan, , re manded for a iveek; bil being allowed himself...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 4 August 1888

CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor.) SI,--Kindly insert the following in explanation. It having come to my knowledge that a Mr. A. E. ]3.Br ton has stated that he had my land, corner High and Thomas streets, Windsor, under offer, I wish to give this my public denial as he had no authority to do so. Although I had several applicants the only agents whom I appointed to sell the land were Messrs, Haynes, Boyden and Wilson, of 69 Chapel street, who are now floating the Windsor Coffee Pal ace Co.-(Signed), GEO. WILLEY.

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ENCOUNTER WITH BEARS IN ALPINE ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 4 August 1888

ENCOUNTER WITH BEARS IN ALPINE ITALY. A contributor to toe 'ecotsman' writes from BIrgamo :-The brown bear has almost srutabed fiom Switzeriand. Only in the Tyrol and somin parts of the Eogadin., where the creeping fir (the pinuse pumlito) oilers a ccarcely penetrabla cover, is i yet It be tound., In what is called Isaliar Swl zerland, in the Bergamasque Alps'Fsr cicelarly, it is ttill, though at rare Intervals, to tLe met with. The other day shortl) before dusk, near Mezcildo, the brothers Paolo and Giuseppe Mauieni, noted mosn Laineers and sportsmen, were appr!sed by a goatherd teat two bears were on the. prowl an the loceli:y called Valls Chines. They mmedlately took their rifles and started ff in quest of the distiegulsheo visitors. Lncy eoin Came in also. ol a fine she-bear, and a couple of well-pilaeo shots in her hip and spine ailled her out right. The other, a male, rather lees for. mrdable in stature, received one effectiv, shot, and then rolled down the elope till he came ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 4 August 1888

The Inventor. The invention of any machine that makes our hard lives easier is a great boon, and the same may be said of the improvement of any article of daily use, such as soap, which enables the disagreeable washing day to become easy and pleasant.. This is done by Oione Laundry Soap. Large bars now sold by every grocer, price Is. Sole maker John Sutherland Melbourne. TANDELL'S DeAsRReEA aMeXTrE the iuist efficacious preparation for this com plaint quickly relieves and restores they system to its natural condition.-(Advt.) J. G: YieiDELL Condolting Herbalist32 ClGpel street Prnbran. Consultation Free -(Advt.) NERVOUS. MEN, young and old, married or single suffering from Nervous Debility, Premature Decay, Loss of Manhood, Vital Power, and all diseases of the Genito Urinary Organs, may obtain, free, a valuable treatise by an eminent Surgeon, containing full informa tion regarding, self-treatment,by applying lby letter to Box 1081, G.P.O., Sydney, Sigh No More, Ladies ! Choicest New...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CATS AT HOME AND ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 4 August 1888

CATS AT HOME AND ABROAD, Inan old Welsh law, 943 .Dn, it was laid utown hat "The wore of a kitcen until It mall open its eyes Is one legal penn ; from lits.tame till It shall kill mice, iwo legal iesuntes; alter it shall kill mice, loor legal ,enniee; and so it shall remain.' Toe penny was worth in those days ore, noch' more shan it now is, from which w, nay lnter analt Grmalkina were acasce. Palim) laye musl have been iheir lo, for one of out an Edwards emade a law forbidding the kill. tmg of a cat under pain of death. sanother v elab law ordered the followlog to Je she penalty for killing the king's cat .* nc urdlian oa the Royal Darn' :--Tao uiendr sar to pap as maoh corn as would cover itt letamnc animal when heldop by the tip of its .ml, with ies whiskers soacralg th floor. In Egypt cate were held especially eacrea, .uethetr with dogs and crocodiles. It a cat llod in an Egyptian hones there was great tuournig, and the Inmates had to ahave ont ?oeu e)ebrowe and carry the dead an...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 4 August 1888

. ,LAWN . TENNIS ,. ?r Cheltenhnm v. Richmond (non trophy matchi), will Ie played, this. after?iooi on the court of the former, commencing 'at:three o''clock. The following will represent the Chelten ham :-S. Chandler, H. O. Comport, Corstorphan, and W. Everist Com port..

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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HARNESSING NIAGARA. (COURT JOURNAL.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 4 August 1888

HABRNESSING NIAGARA. (coumT JOURNAL.) The scheme to harness Niagara, and utilire | part of theimmense power which there ha eIen goilg to waste for ages, is one of the ioldess schemes yet attempted. The idea ia to construct a tunnel from the water level selow the falls, about 2001t under the high |ank of the river, extendinr through the rock 0o the Upper Niagara River, at a point [bout one mile abooe the falls, where o bead of 12016 is obtained. The btunne Ie then to extend, parallel with the shore of the river, one and a half miler, st an average depth of 10Oft, below the sou ace of the earth, and at a distance of abhoo lOOo from the nsaviabe water of the rive.r •uth which it is to be connected by means of oodnits or lateral tunnels. The power is to re obtained from the conmuite leading to the ,nain tunnel, and not from the tunnel itself tr romu the falls Along the line of the tunnel 238 mills, of 500 horaepower each, can be established. The estimated cost of construae tion of the t...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LANOLINE TOILET SOAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 4 August 1888

LANOLINB TOILET SOAP. Ordinary slops uoten cause pimpler, nlotchee, and tores on the face, and prevon. eruptions already formed from healing: They remove the fat and dry the ekin, so that tht, tisuoe becomes bard, inelastic, and rough, and lose its natural colonr. Lanoline Toilet Boap is made: with Lanoline. Lanoline being the narural fat of the skin, is acknowledged by dermatolqgistato be the very bees preservative of this tissue, eestoring is solft, pliable, and elastio nature, and heatbllul gloss. The process of its mann. I tore precludes the possibilty of adultela ton. as with rosin. ea, and affords is metl superior product. Manufactuaed by Bur. roughs, Wellcome and Go., of London. IThe Grnian' Emperor has conferred the high Prosalan Order Poor de Merits, for s?leaes elt adl, on Sir urederlo Lstphlgp,

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ACROSS THE OCEAN IN A COCKLE SHELL. (PALL MALL GAZETTE) WHAT A BOLD MAN IS GOING TO DO. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 4 August 1888

AOROSS.THE OOEAN IN A COCKLE SIIBLL, (PALL MALL GAZrra ) SWHAT A BOLD MAN IS GOING TO DO,. Mr. Willam A.-Andrews is to start from oeston on:18th June .for England io' the snalleet Lots that has ever yet crossed the Aslantic. The experience wall not be a net Jne to Mr. Andrews. In 1878 be, in cumrpauy acnh has brother, Asa W. Andrews, acirevta world-wide fame by. esling, in lorty.hfve nayr, Irum Oily Point, Boston, to the Liznrd in the atny Nautilus, a dory of only 15fls eel. Tht trap across the Atlantic has been maL? bry our small American boats, the Centennsial, lns Nautilus, the New Bedford, and the Lust.e Vestern, all of which were of such diiaebsiouc that the trip in each case wal a smort dangerous one. The craft in which Mr. Auorews will go over is smaller than sny of sem. The Little Western was Ihe largest. .esug.23itunletgtthand having a ahip air; i ne Jamse the Centennial, 20ts over all, 16ft keel, and 2Its deep ; the NRw Bedlord, l1t Sin ovre all, 1-I keel and 4t11 4n deep;...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FRAGMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 4 August 1888

SPIFAGMENTIS. Tni'rii?G Pnoviusac.-- Ah, John,' said atoving young.wile, 'iC seems likeb tdmptine Preovadnoe for you to gets your life in cured; almost as it you were preparing for death, you know,' and she tried a little on the collar of his new coat. ' Don't be foulisb little one,' he remonstrsted; 'it I should bt called suddenly you would have 10,000;ol. to seep the wolf from the door.' ' Ten thousand Jdhou' she said, with a convulhive sob; 'I thought. u wee to get it insured for 20,000dol '-' New York Sun.' . IT was at the residence of a wealthy up town merchant that the following was Ieard -One of the daughters, coming down.lror nor apartments, was "met at the foot of the catirs by her admiring lover, woo remarkeds ,n seeing. her in hill dress : Why, Class, what a duck you are I' 'Oh, 'Frank, how absurd I' she replied, on hearing the remark. * Don't you know the difference between me snd a duck ' Sure enough, Clara, You asre Ireeed to kill, and a duck is' always silled oddrets'...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LEADER. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1888. OUR MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 4 August 1888

THE- LEADER.. , ..USTICR TO ALL. - SA?'URI)AY, AUGUS'r 4, 188.iS . OUR MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS:?. W -are 'just in the thick of t1he biattlo over. our. nmuicipal elections; anhd "the',, friends of. each candid-ito:e are, ands have been for- some time. past,--using their utmost endeavors to ensure the retuinfof their fdvorites. It has been wiselyv orduiined La- we? have bUefore nentioned--that at.thet conclusion of the annual election in every yea- 6one third part of the .councillors assigned :. .. to every municipidl ishall go out of oflice as by rotitioni andl the council-. loriiwho shall sogo out of office shall always'be the councillors who": have " been the longst time in offiwce iithout . re-election: This regulation 'lIo n ,t apply to the Shire of?Mlooral liin o0i: this occasion, for lHere, as all our rea - ers are aware, a re-sub -division o. [the west riding has taken place, anil this necessitates the going out of fice of 'theswhole of the councillors forr; tlio'k t time irrespec...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ABOUT A WELL-KNOWN LONDON JOURNALIST. THE JOURNEY HE WILL MAKE. (SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 4 August 1888

ABOUT. A WELL?-KNUWN LONDON JOURNALIST. THE JOURNEY HE WILL MAKE. s.. -. (SAN FRANCISCO CIIRONICLE ) "A reporter' for the 'Chronicle' visited Henry Norman, the special commissioner of the 'Pall Mall Gazette,' In his rooms at the Palace hotel. The apartment, to quote Mr t-Norman's apology for its litter, looked 'not :unlike a genteel junk shop.' Guns., pistols, ,riding gear, photographic apparatus, port able typewriter, portmanteaus, and leather oases, clothing to keep out the cold of 'Manitoba and the heat of Bormab, were all in unholy confosion. - Mr Norman looks as little like a typical John Bull as any man can. A daik moustache closely trimmed to the outline pf the upper lip, a pointed beard, black hair, bloodless f co, a sharply defined profile and the trained 'nervy' build of a light'weight boxer-there is his portrait. If one can fancy a severely edited reprint of Carolns Duran's head he has Mr Norman's. 'Is It a fact, Mr Norman,' asked the re porter, * that you are going from ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 4 August 1888

S.LOCAL ITEMS :. I A man of very respectabloe appbar ance: named: Robert -lWatterson; iap peared at the BallaratPolice.Court last Monday, charged with abducting a girl; under 16 .years.;of -age, named Margaret.Pollett.: He was remanded to appenr on the 6th pro.. at Caul fibild; "vliore it is alleged theb offence was committed. A warrant for Water son's apprehension on the charge above stated had i been issued at the instance of' M Mr: W : Nicholson. Waterson states that he' brought the girl' up from infancy, and saw her at Caulfield some weeks ago, -and that he has not seen her since. He surrendered him self tolthe :police -as soon as he heard' of the existence of the warrant. Some-of.-theo light-fingerebd'gentry were, as is usually the case when crowds of sight-seers are about, on the alert for easing persons of their valu ables. A Mrs. Upton, a resident of North Brighton, had her purse stolen on the evening of the 31st ult.,,as she was about to enter~ the Phrii~ess Theatre. The pu...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE ABSENCE OF NERVES IN THE CHINESE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 4 August 1888

rtE ABSENCE OF NiERVESS IN THE CHINESE. (FPROM THE N0.. DAILY NR W.) It Is not very common to dissect dead Jhinamen, though it has doubtlessa-been lone, but we do not hear of any reason for supposing that the nervous anatomy of e te 'dark-haired raoe' differs in any tseential respect from that of the Canu \,sian. But though the nerves of a Ohtnese, as compared with those of the Ocoidental, may be, as the geometrilcane sy., 'similar and similarly situated,' nothing is plainer than that they are nerves Of a very different sort from those with which we are familiar, 1t seems to make a3 particular difference to a Chinese how ong he remains in one position. He will write all day, like an automaton. If he Is a sondicrafteman, he will staid in one place tram dewy morn till dusky eve, working .way at his weaving, his gold.beating, or whatever it may be, and do it every day, vathout any variation in the monotony and .pparently with no special consciousness .nat there is any monotony to be va...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 4 August 1888

Improved Pro-pect' in the Cora Traun Our farmere will be pleased to learn that there are etill'furthor igons of improvemeut in the corn trade. The ahondance. of rain will; without doubt, have a great deal to do witb the next eeason'a success, aalseo will the tm provemnt in pricee. Improved machinery. .s' made'by the celebrated firm Ranaeomes Sims, end Jeffrise, will do the rest. Don't buy until you have seen their new Aue tralasian thresher, with imtroved rotary shakers, incrested dressing surfate, and a number of other improvemente; .:also the new deign coalonial portable and other eogioes, enlarged cylinders, inneaee4 stregthl througbout, . enlarged boiler .and heting eurface, impioved faeilitees' for cleaning :boiler.' isfetr ltck-up-fire.bo- and ashepan. Johnb Dank end Son, agents, 42 Bourke srteet westr Ofehnreaa Thy- best ho se piPmps 'id mrpaas WDliR-(AAYV,) ,-:.i..... PROSUETUS OF .FREEhOLD FARMS cCOMPANY LIMITED (To be Regetered Under lhe Ia"mp ll StatutM 18Sf.) OAPLTAL, £1...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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BRIGHTON TOWN COUNCIL. MONDAY, JULY 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 4 August 1888

BRIGHTON TOWN COUNCIL MONDAY, JULY 30. Present-- Crs. Huntly (Chairman), Egan, O'Shea, :Burrows,.and. Fran cia. CORIIRESrPONDENCE. From -W. II. Darvall, secretary of the Brighton Free Library, calling the council's attention. to the state of the footpath in Parliameniit treet, anid asking that asphalt m'ight be laid down there. _ On .tlhe inotion1ofCr iBurrows;ase. coniledlby Cr.:BFrancis, It ias decided to.comply with' the request .. Friom. A G. G oung, requesti?ig tho' councmil to iise thlerj infilulice to have additional sittinig'acconufiodation pro vided at the Middle Brighton pier,; as also ttli he vagaries of youthis' pgishiiig :the trucks.about, to the inconvenience and annoyance of promenaders. SIt was decided to compb ly with tlh request fers eats 'by ur'ging the Coin mnissioiier of :Trade and iCustoni-s'`to attend .to saiie, and to inform"i the writer that the council 'woer-e not aware of the tricks beingi on the pier. Applications were read from a num ber of ratepiayers d...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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THE DOWAGER EMPRESS VICTORIA. ANECDOTES OF HER EARLY LIFE. AT WINDSOR AND BERLIN. (PALL MALL GAZETTE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 4 August 1888

T E DOWAGEB' EMPRESS VICTORIA, ANECDOTES 01' LER E&BLY LIFE; AT WINDSOR AND BERLIN. S(PALL MALL GAZETTE.I A correepondent tells the following anece dates of the early life of the Empress Vic toria, which were once told her by a lady ol bonour :-Qoeen Viutoria, sufficiently sure of the solidity of her grandeur and that of ner family, made it a point, in the bringing up of the lat:er, to encourage them to fine healthy amusement in " hoiely" interests and occupations. One of their greatest de lights w.a to get the Queen end Prince ltbert to come to their quarters to lanch, when everything compoaing the repast was of their own providing. The first gathering of the green peas of their garden was alwaye lade a pretext for engaging their Royal parents to come to one of these repasss, ,ý-y dish of which was always mad "y the young Princes and Prin. teases, who were very proud of ,aeir success on these pleasant occasions. TILE ROSE LOUSI OF HER OWN PLANTING. 'he first letters from ' ...

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