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CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 18 August 1888

CHURCH. SERVICES TO-MORROW. ES t. AidiI:w'i lirighton;-]2ti Suinday afte Trinity. Holy Couiminion, and Sermon 1fE c u , i i i . ;ion d Addrcs.s i.30.n.m. '1'iroc6hil tDistrit : of! Cheltenhoam-12th Snlda3 aftI Triinity :--' " ' ,Mordiallo,, Mrorning, -;Mr. It.ll.H Budd. eveninig. Mr. Grillits.: i - '. I: Chcltenhaln, Morning, lcr . O. . Mac Donnell, cvcningIlcv. A.lCaflin. SMcntonc ,ivening Capt. Wright. .., L*.littlc :lrighton, Morninig, tev..A' . Gaf lin, evening, Mr. Cramcr. ' .Giipsy Village, .M'rning?.ltT'er G. in. IpacDonncll. :ou Hoth lrihton i3 .in Recv;'G. .lMac *Doniiell - - -^ - -]?T~idlill :.i Op Min r. r:r - A: Griffiths. "Pai iia.'" ,to riicsidec of J. McA, How deii;Esq, ; i.as the scene of a .gay and festive gathering last night indeed the company did iiot' break up until ahce, Thlieriwcere upwardasof fifty of thel eiployee of thit gentleman enter-. Cdined byhiimand'liis g"oodldy,; and Siht mery were t lie hou's An more en "hy eport of tho affairs ,unavoid Ibly held o...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BRIGHTON LIBRARY DEBATING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 18 August 1888

B? BRGHTC Oi LIBDRAY?i DEBATING ThIe iintc.i?t ow being, taken in the formation, of the; abo ve dub is .inliifestel by;, tlhe increase tiii the niumbe, of.those who desire-to.becomo meauborsa IFe znieetin" on-TiTlisdlay oveniin lasw, was evbcii hetter attended than the previous one.. The President, S-Listerns toos the chair ai S - o'cldock. iioeti,' ,; 'w as furtlier? discussed and wasT passcd-i "snlrjt .t t eo?VSiSOn?y a coninit tee 'at tihree consisting., "of .i[ssmr J: 8pn'tgi'£ h 1,;II.a Datr adl; anid _ =11:' Hayball ,,B:A _ IWhlien the aibu e biline~ s h?ad' been disposed of' the 1 resideint gave .a short iaddies;j upon tiehe jidvantages which willaccrue to "imembers of the club; whicsh as inost°instructive and entertaining. "ihel interchange of o piiions; he said`s o?buld ha ve t beneli ciil effe~iupoun hiof tliei?:'YIt 'idiild be desirable that the questaoi selec ted f doii dcussion. should be,.upon 6sub jects agitating,the pvblic minid. Thus will interest 'be anaisitained' ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 18 August 1888

:·SALa n~o m ~oie retadiek: !. Choicest New Scnson's Tens ijust lirded rati n ciiC i 1hrsoane1.Z

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRIGHTON TOWN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 18 August 1888

BRIGHTON TOWN COUNCIL The first meeting of the above after tho annual elections took place. last Monday evening in the council chain-, hers, the re-elected candidates, Crs" Bent ind Munro and Cr McA. How 'di-ni?iok their seats; there being -a1o6 present the old members, Crs Burrows. Eg.n, Francis, Hamilton, ] luntley and Walstab. The last named gentleman was:voted to the chair pro tem. MAYORAL ELECTION. After sitting in committee for fully an hour, the "open the doois, i brder.wa iven,:whenu' .,irt' l Cr Munro moved that the l6on. T. Bent, Esq, M.L A., and ex-Mayor "be re-elected as mayor of the borough for the ensusing year. lie paid ia Very high conipoliinenttottlhi lskill,:discern ment and business capabilities of Mr. Bent, and said ilit it 'ias only fitting that he should occupy tlhat honourable position during the remainder of 'tli ICentonnial, term .,. HTeiefore I to the fact that Brighton had gone a'cad aLdii was still progressing at a 'vry. iniud rate. Only a little over :;?...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MOORABBIN SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 18 August 1888

MOORABBINh SHIRE COUNCIL. The fitni meetiig of the newly elected council o. f the- above shire tauk plae ii: tlic council chlinibrs, South iBrighton, hlat 3Moliday morning at 10 o'clock, there being present CIs. AbbottL Barneiitt, t Bent rgess,. Coli i It;,0 D.ly?- lIearlei MSvain, Mills Potts, TaNllaid Vtcdafr ;9 : -:The Hon.Thos. BBent Esq:, M?i.A., the retiring piresident, occupied the The secretary (Mr. J. Keys), stated that the ? nieting hlid .:ben convened fur the piurposo:of.electing ia president f1r the ensuilg year.: - ; Couni:illor Abbott said he ihad great pleastire in noninating Cr. Com bit, who for soime ye rs ha1;Ii hoiso'filab sustained the position of couincillor; anid i e felt-inf doirii sor thalit;]o'wýonld tbly fill'the posititoninI" creddita ly .0 himself and the council as well is,; tlihe the ratepayers carry .. tlhemi tihrl'0 another year. Thedse" remiarksb were endorsed 1iy several councillors, upon which C .\ard said lie had' veryt great iileasore ti noiuiina...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE TALKING WAX DOLL. (PALL MALL GAZETTE) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 18 August 1888

tHE TALKING WAX-DOLL. (PALL MALL AETTEE) ?.Ir Edi.on has inveated 'a wax doll that ..lk.. .Thjw J are hua-r ae'ntulnra-t ,ne hnacqu iuted with the fititious calracter if the doli would imggine that thý,ybelo?,ea to a.genuine fi sh and blood infant. The ihon of the doll conta'ns a mioiature motor and the emalltat phonogra..h ever made the phonograph antt tne jAws of the dull are worked -imultaneoasly, and the ficitiina afant talks tor just .one minute by Mr dis n's go!d, n corondneter. It is so at. corately timed that the -aomly little prayer .vhich J-ih Qaincy Adams uttered while iying-'Now I lay me down to sleep'-hse ait imo t.? i1-sa from Iu ruby Upe before tha instrcmtns top. . In expl.uniug how this remarkable fest ia erformed, Mr Edison said, 'A curioun ftaro ahbout zhia invention i-that the b.by's voies is an txAct represontatidn of tbo human Voice. In fact, it is my own v. ice, r 1 peak to the phoncgrrph, and toe ruc~rd'it nado of'the tonee obay voica upoa the little waxen'cy...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 18 August 1888

SLOCALl ITEMS. The tenth anniversary of the Little Brighton Band of Hope is to be cele brrted next 3Mondayevening, when a tea and public meeting will be held in the Wesleyann schoolroom, Mill street. At the latter addresses, will he de liier.d by tLhe Revs. J. B. Smith, J. C. Ingamnells, G. N. McDonnell and E. James, interspersed by recitations aind singing by the.Band of Holpemem lierr. Th progress of Accident Insuranc is iiioarked feiittire in thliiiicrease of : providenlot hbits amoeg the comun ity. ,/For - avnsall s:um proviisioii is made for the numerous cases entailed by' it accident, or in the event of fatal 'results, a .substaftial gunm is securedf f;:' tlc survivingi relatives. Oiie out of eleven.of the insured fiiects with°ai a·ccidentt each -' oar.?,Taking-: the insured as ?'irepi;esentation of thek poliulation,,onne out of, elyen ;of the general publio meets with all acci deinti'ery ye~ :'of' the iijitred, one out;; of on.'e hundred' dles..in -_coise quence. Swvinuning, ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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A DREADFUL RIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 18 August 1888

A: DREADFUL BIDE. :On the 14th of April, 4i87,'I4AlgFeril Hays, Kansas to carry enow to th .men at Lookeut station, -.nleteea , rr ? way7. telling them to beowre o tbhe' i as. The red devile had out loose all glemg the Smoky Hill rouse. and were tbiruting for blood. All the etege statioc",, witL coa or two ex. ceptima, were prepared for Indian attacks. That is, each stetion we . garrisoned by three men, armed with the belt weapons, and the building was ballet-proof. As a further security the men dug for thbemselves a-circular bhole.in the-ground, coveted it over with timbers and" earth, and;by firing from,,the 'loopholes couldastanod off any number:of Indians. -TTols'idag.t had an underground passage from the stable, and dp-a .always . toked, with waler and food, Liokonu stateon.was one of the: exoeptione. WVoy a dunout bad-.not beeni provided, I don't nog recolh ct, bud it wap hbeause of this negihgena: that I was. sent out from the fort.. w was then in2Gavev nment service aea scou...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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THE LEADER. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 1888. WHO'S TO BLAME? [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 18 August 1888

THE LEADER. JUSTICE TO A.L. SA.Ultl)AY, AUGUST 18, 18SS. f c!. :WHO'S TO BLAME ?=. ", Soir: few ye-~.I ago we made the acquaintance of a young, strong, -iit dustrious, acti v I iiiln, who wras -sup) porting iihimself anid his ifamily by horny-llanded lalbour, he built a coin fortable little cottage on a small subi uirlian illotincit of land. purchascd by himn in. thc township.in which they dwelt.- -I»fliSi baick~i yard .he dug a well, and there also' a family pig was kept, consequently, some sewage from thle pigasty ;mercolated-into the well, lie driunk. of ilimoiwtwei took typhoid and died; leaving his wife with lse voeral helplcss.infants to struggle for a livelihood as best they could. Again, we also knoiw a younig, handsome woman in anotheor district, whose father was engaged in butchering and the feeding of pigs' Tihe piggeries were ncar-tho dwellin, anditihe smell of the offal, on which they were partly fed Wi?S at certain tinmes vey strong. The' young -woman,, in consequence,...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Contentment. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 18 August 1888

: Conterntment. I'm plea?edrwiih to little, 'My waLtt ore so fE,, That earth serm? a pasare, Where all hince arieow; I feeid on thef bireoimn Thant welcome the epii'i; As welt a the frnitogo That eummeer will bring; I rvel in autumn, That ripece the yeiar And eveo'the winter Aftrde mrooe-otbeerr I'n pleaa'd with the bhidnbg '::'I Of nigh'e silver on0on, As well as the glory "-" ' .? Which robpe golden noon; The light or the-drkneea - 'PT. me is the cam-, . For esah ha'sia ia ty • - s-i.w o ltl t 't Clal n . +'? + ' :. ' : ·I wokein the.rening WiWthetl luk to'tbe night - For winginu me ?r.el.---- " t.'ibogb D;eamlkrd'd .delight.+. `1 I'm epl?s'.lcwi:h-eoy brother n ('m sperking of m-n), He's adving'or tasing SAs I chboou to Cacn Hi actiung or epeakinr. , Fo r either h-e good That outweighf the baonees? Thrat'e cobe y'b fol; So. festRiag or fne.ioer.;.. . SAsleep? ;r a ri ke, . Tbe,wtorlti coatnne tr?easlrb S"01 which I onertk .

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 18 August 1888

.. . .. : "Au 2cti o s.: -: : : L " .ATILTDAI ',' AUGUST 25.: On the Ground. At Three o'Clock. The - ' FOURii krbALT?.. Of The .TlM??SBENiT'i LA D CO: Liiited Will be held as above, when V ALIUABLE FIRIONTAGES DALUABLE -FIONTAG ES" - To "IOLIOES LOAD, 1OL3IES :OAD, Other Strcetc, Neir ti e - : once Ponds Station " illbe Sold by Aucioni." r:. Conjointly with C. J::AND T HAMi (The Mercantile '5finnce : Trustees .iid Agency Company Limited.) Plans and further particulars from.Tail gell iros.. 3oont Alexandr roiad. ',6looice Ionds ; or from the anctionecrs, Swanston and Queen streets. City. TERMS--O10 cash; balance at ::,, Sa nd I2 months it G percent. ...... Title Certificate, for pairticulhrs 'of which apply Messrs Crisp, Lewis and Htedderwick, Chancery Lane; )LOOK' OUT For the subdlvision-o[ THE. OAKWOOD :ESTATE, - actually adjoining tih - Nortlh Brighton Statioe .... • ; Grand , -sinces rPostions. ;..-lcalth ill Sites. .rontages to 'ay'street - SPoint Nepcihn Road, Railway Place, ai...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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HOW MR. GLADSTONE IS LISTENED [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 18 August 1888

1BOW MI. .GIADSTd?E IS LISTEN YD t Rev. E. E .Clark, of i uat a. th c prerident ..i the Onrietian E tdeavonr docietr, has brAn wnmmunicatinC his impr mitens of ,iie recent Gladstone menti~ng ra the Memorial-h:ll toi we j]ornl, "The Golden Rote." He war v.ry pleated t?th the metding, and ewrites iof it eywp itheliclly, tlriu;h he conul not but ,rrit Ihe e,,mlr*lhat tni-crim.,inetej".u,,ly onen a:part of some persons. He sare: ' It vane not difficult to tell woere the esy. I (thbie ,of the aud;ence-were--Their- demon 'iatioe-, in fic', were Snit.. aetoodieog to one who is ccietomed to the odlat', habits of ",w Eanland public, asaembli?s A setence . 'Ar Glad.'?uoa.peech. if reported -by the rmthful representative if one of our Boston atiliee, would have read eomething as fnt ose:--' Mr Chairesan ("ear, hear), Iadies, ..d gentlemen (hear, hear), I eotiratu!a. aet-, 'ear, r ye.s), Sot finod, good)' oa thic ao'vsiouloe (res, ye -henr) necarion (good; g Id; ,reat .enation and prolonged cla...

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 — 18 August 1888

,,. Special Advertlsements. T'BARKLY &. PARLIAMENT STREETS S BRIGHTON. WM. CLARK, : ONTRACTOR....... 'For Asphalting Lawn Tennis Courts, Garden Paths, Verandahs..Yards, Workshops, . , ". & c., &c. &c. "?FHNCING, CARTAGE, & PLOUGHING.: ,. W- ; ". ON SALE :-Metals, Rubble,. Screenings. Bricks, &c. SJ. R.. BAVINTON," BOOT MAKER, -.r:OLIT KEPiEAN IOAD,' S '-: North Brighton. DUNiLOP: ;EDWARDS 'ieg to intimate that prior. to their, annual ; ., .STOOKTAKING, : - 'they wl1 iloffer,'driiig tic" remainder of June and the whole of July, the balance :of WINTER -"-STOCK OF S:..,:. .:: i :.. - - ,.. ., ' ' ./ - , - nre comiig forNard early, and as: their Shoprosin is, ,limited,- the lprcent sitaosli't. mnust ee ' eared to' makie space, thefore, greis bargains will be offered. - tThe- public nre respectfully invited, to ,pay a visit of ii cetion." " ' . D:UNLOP & EDWARDS, FAMILY DRAPERS AND ; IMPORT.' ERS, ' o .iu ..... e rolad, PiH.RA" iN. ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 18 August 1888

Colleges and Schools. "FINIS CORONAT OPUS." BRIGHTON LADIES' COLLEGE (" Ellesmere.") ST. ANDREW STREET, Near the Tewn Hall PRINCIPAL: MRS. J. HAINES, (Late of Clifton Hill Ladies' College), For several years teachei, unider the Board of Education, Assisted by - . MISS A. E.' COX. English Literature and Mathematics, S. GREN]FELL, B.A., L.L.B. French' and German,: HERR OTTO' MULLER - Drawing and Painting, .- J.-F. JONES, EsQ.: Pianoforte, T.J3HAMMOND,EsQ., 1. "'Miss BURKITT, R.A.M., Mas. ORR1, and . Miss A. E: COX 'MisisES DICK ;and MOON. lesident Governess: . ,:. MISS A. E. COX. TERMS (Payable in advance) S Day Pupils: English'(as below), also Languages One and half to Four Guineas per Term Resident Pupils (under 12 years): English (as below), also Languages, Music, and Painting Twelve Guineas per Term Resident Pupils'(over 12 years):'. English (as below), also Languages, , - Music, and Painting Fifteen Guineas per Term ENGLISH'in its'various branchces co=m prises~lieading, Writing,?...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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THE HOHEN ZOLLERNS AT HOME. (BERLIN [?].) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 18 August 1888

-TLE H(HB..ZOLLBBN ATHO?. Bellevue Castle, on the outskirts of Berlin, onee the residenue of the geolal Prison Perdinand, has again become the favourite resort of members of the .oyal family. The ag:? Dowager IBepres ta ea her dasily walks there. In the beautiful park, fronting" on a rulet bend In the Spree, a path has b:en made for her Cepecial mo,. ornamented at short inrervols by heavy railings on which her Mjesty can rest. Thougs hs is really stronger than a few months ago, it is a melancholy sight to watch the old lady, who has gone through so many stormy scenes, walking with great efort from goal to goal. There seems little life in the tottering gait, ltle vitaity inthewrinkled, care-worn face, 'et I have wondered why. no enterprising photographer steals her likeness amid these romantio surroundisgs. though it would arouse the wrath of the "enerable neeon. 2er vanity is still :.cndret2, a.: - o m,?an has taken her portrait for over thirty years, a fact which explains the corpr...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 18 August 1888

_ 1_ the NYORA POSt OFFI'R ft RV COIIPANY LIM5PCD. LANG LANG RA1. ' (to be BeghItered sner te.Gompanlte Statute, 1834. Allotment, s. per hare. fo Three lanthe, COPITAL 1 £55 es6. s 138.C00 shareC of £1 each. SFayable, 5. per bhare on Appleeti?n, Si. per oshe 0:1 5e. per'sharo in BlS Month?. 4,500 shares have already been taken'op p:lvately, leaving 8,503 to be subscrlbad for. NO PREERENBIIA,. or PROMOZE0SE BSHARES will b? ?IS USD. The share list witl. romsae opsn until 81st Augusa 838 Shnree till be oltte3d a.oerdlng as pliority ot appliStion. Omoe of the Companyl No. aQoecnu' Walk., Swaneon eros. - PROVIS1ONAL DIRECTORS: The Hon.L.L.:cmulthS h '. .A. J. T. EUleoo;rq. J P., MaiL . Kroliteoyor, eteq. ' .;. Nsthanils Levi. Eq, J.P:.-.a t!= i -SAU8.jlRSI. ns"' The Commorclsl Slank ?FLtmltbd Co!ios strmst, elbournea; .:l vI,-.:, .,--'" SOLIOITO?1Y ~':s0I-'ti-"ý'ý°":: S Frank Oilman,. Erq., 57. Queen?o ?,et, lalo eolarr Fowler and ?Gattrar, Temp lo-cot SPUORTMAttY (pro tom) t S ro. Georg...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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FRAGMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 18 August 1888

FRQAGIENTS. AN ancient duchess, 'when CG?rge the Third was King,' more famed for aristo oertio pride than for pereonal charme, bad her Carriage stopped in thetreest one day by a dset.oarc. This was more than her lady ship' could bear; so, leaning bar somewhat ancient elbow on the door of her carriage, she painted to her caret on the panel of her coach, and thus addreessed the unfortunate deloma:-' Man I! don't you see m7 arms on this carriate!' * Yes, mum ! t does,' aidl the imperti?ent tnlveriestor,' and a pair of coarse arms they are.' A Stornr banister, conducting a water tOust suit before an 3ngli'h udge, re. peatedly pronounced the w.,rd water as ' watter.' The judge at last loot patience, and asked the learned aentleman if he spelled water with two ts. ' Na, na, my lord,' was the reply, ' we diana spell water wi' twa a in Socotland, but we spell salinner wi' twa n's.' 'Ma s rless-' You seem greatly changed end improved since your retura from the old onnt, Mr Thompan.' Mr Thomp...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 18 August 1888

'Drapers and Grocers. X X LADIES, the New Goods are just opened for the coming Season. Try and make it convenient to come and see them.. I shall be glad to send you samples. The value this season beats all in the past. Dress Tweeds, Checks and Plain Dress an immense variety. Calicoes, Sheetings, Cambrics, White .obes. Embroidery, all widths. A fine Stock of Everything to choose 'rom at Payne's 149, Boarke street East. 149 --X X Special Advertisements. T.. COOKE, General. House Painter, sDacorator, &c., High Street, Armadale. Estimates Given. H. MONTGOMERY, CARPENTER & CABINETMAKER, ' 46A Chapel Street, P R A H . 'A N. Estimates given' Furniture Repaired, and lRepolished. All Orders promptly attended to. Music Warehouse. FEISS BROS., MAN UFACTURERS OF Orchestrions, Plianos, SHarmoniums, Organls, 128D CHAPEL STREET WINDSORB. Musical Boxes, Violins, Fancy Figures. Concertinas, Accordions, &c. Re paired at Moderate Charges. PIANOS AND ORGANS REPAIRED AND TUNED. R...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 18 August 1888

suibscriptiou, 2e. rGd monthly per s aire, President-Taines Smilh, Esq. Vice-president--Edwin Exon, Esq. S Treasurer-Angell Ellis, Esq., Conminttee--Thomas .tend, .Esq.;'J. Greig, Esq,:A. W. Hlarston, Esq., .1,1'.; A. Larard, Esq. : D. Sangster, Esq. ; 'T. n. ith. Esi.: T. W. Swviudley, Eso.; .1. Zevcnboon, Esq,, J.P. ; 31. L. Stodart, Esq. Solicitor-Montague Coher, i'sq. (Messrs Phvey, Wilson and Cohen), Table I,-Showing the payments per nclen der month (principal and interest). for a loan ofL-100. . - o. orI ,ronth1 ly I Total-.i- interrt rfor tihe .utm .-rrnin " lid I wholetcnu T'wo.. s lli £10c 120 1- L8 121) IFour: I Sl'IS 117 ItI 17 .10 i. 1 1 : 100 ( 00 Te .. 1 i 1t 11. i ,0 10 00l Twelveo 1 1 8 1.0 00 I . oo0 S.Under.the. above table the ,Society .is prepared to lend three-fourths oftlhe value of approved securities, and in special cases a larger proportion. Borrowers have the privilege of paying off at any-time, without notice, the whole Sor 6ortion of their Loans. N.lB.-Un...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE OUTLAWS OF TUNSTALL FOREST. A ROMANCE OF THE OLD WORLD. BOOK V. CROOKBACK. CHAPTER VI. NIGHT IN THE WOODS. (CONCLUDED): DICK AND JOAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 18 August 1888

TH'EQiUT£lAWS .OF :TUN :STALL ",OREST Br ROBERT 'OUIS STEVENlSO,, !Autbr of ",T-ecsore .lidd.l" ttHeo. -O , R::::..COOKBAOK . S -i iOEAP RL. V . . OGHW; B.EZ wOODi, (ooteitotluo)';.~-*'DICK' rE t sl c"ir.D'JOAN.t-...): " * , The horses had fieb: thi time finihed the Bmallitbre of-provander -and fully breathed from..their- fatigaes. A.t -Dick's command, the fte was emothered in enow ; and while his mon got .once mote wearily to saddle. he himielf, remembering, somewhat late, true woodlanid caution, chose a tall oak and nimbly clambered to" - he topmoat 'fork Hen. he could look tar abroad on the moon lit and snoe*paven foiest On the oanth weeat;dark aeainst the horizon, stood thoea upland, heathy quartor where he and Joanna had merwith the terrifying misldentraie of the leper. And there his ,eye was caugh;t iy a spot- of raddy brightneas -no bigger than t. needle'a eye. He blamed himself. sharply for his previons neglect, Were that, as it appeared to be, the shining of Sir Daniel's co...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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