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Sketcher. In a Monster's Embrace. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 17 September 1887

iketcber. f 1 IetSEMofsete.'s Erbac e. " We were lying about half a mile off the beach at the Barbadoes, overhauling the standing rigging," said James Gillis, an able seaman, " when the mate ordered John Webb, an apprentice boy and myself into the yawl, which had been covered and brought around to the port side, that some painting might be done just abaft the mainimast. It was a ter ribly hot day, with the water very warm and the men havingverylittle energy. The paint was lowered down to us, and while I eused the brush the boy held the yawl in position. We had been at work for about a quarter of an hour when the boysuddenly yelled out in afiright; and as I turned to him he declared that he had seen a horrible looking object pass under the boat, and so on under the ship. " There 'are plenty of strange creatures floating about an those waters, and a patch of seaweed will sometimes' assume a queer shape. I laughed at the boy's fears, but at the same time saw how pale and frightened he ...

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And District Record, The
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OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 17 September 1887

OURSELVES. WE take this opportunity' o?f thank ingi our 'numerous and increasing patrons for their cordial and liberal support. It is no small undertak ing to start and run a new journal the attempt often resulting in disaster to those who make it. We are pleased to say, however, that our conviction that Brighton district greatly needed and would support a new journal more in keeping with the importance, has been amply jus tified. A moment's reflection will convince those possessed of ordinary intelligence that the public interests are not best served when one journal has the sole monopoly of the district. Competition stimulates enterprise ! The public do not, we believe, lose sight of the fact that the sharp spur of the " Leader" has penetrated the thick hide of the " old boss" and has quickened his pace and lowered. his "twopenny flight " for half fare to the modest penny. Should any of our subscribers fail to get the "Leader" with regularity and 'des patch we invite them to commu...

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And District Record, The
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Poetry. To-Day and To-Morrow. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 17 September 1887

To.Day and To-Morrow. Boast not thyself for the morrow, TTow little ye know of the day ; . ?.The hopes that to-day are the brightest 't ~F.,l To-.morrow may vanish away. To-day you may stand in the sunshine, To-morrow you'll stand in the shade; To-day you may gather the blossoms, To-morrow they'll wither and fade. To-day you may witness the bridal, To-morrow you'll stand by the bier; :, To-day your rollicking laughter, To-morrow the scndling tear. To-day we rejoice in our riches, To-morrow they'll vanish away; To-day we cherish an idol, T Tocmorrow we'll find it but clay To-day we have worldly ambition, ., --To-morrow our hearts will be, crushed;, To-day we have pride without mchsure.j i To-morrow we'll bow in the dust. Thereare thorns with all our roses, And tares with all our wheat; Sonshine and shade in succession, To-morrow the bitter and sweet. -? So we pass through life not knowing The scenes of the coming day; But trustihg we look for the morrow, For the future looks hopeful ...

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

S. BURGLARY. rTHE /feeling of profound uneasiness in the public mind in consequence of the humerous daring burglaries re cently committed in the city and siburbs is not at all to be wondered at. It is only equalled by the general. feeling of disgust arising front the evident inability of the police to cope with the diflficulty. Iron safes are no longer safe; and in the hands of the' expert.'now at work might almost as well be made of pasteboard. It is alleged that the police; force [s 'very deficient in numbers aiid ias the' fiir ther great disadvantage;of ..being un armed. Certainly' theywedildk; the; baton; but for :all the,:'fear that strikes into the heart of a burglar they might as well be:equiplpedlwith alady's fan! It: seeimsito iis there ire three things thati might' be done to stop the ravages now being; iniide. First increase the police : forco-'Tis all rubbish'to suippose : one ' ianis can'; do efficiently the work of two.,, Next let' all but the mere novices 'be armed wi...

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£4000 BONUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 17 September 1887

£4000 BONUS. lucon sympathy-- for-- 1Ir.--Laloz (Speaker of the Assembly) is felt by politicians of all shades of opinion, and on the part of the Government is manifesting itself in. a proposal !to give the hon..einmberta " lump suim' of'sonle £4000 or £5000 as. a= bonmus for his valuable services. Now, cdn sidering the speaker has for years been getting a nice fat screw from the country, and as it cannot be pie tended that his ailment is attributable to his public duties, we emphatically protest against any such attempt Ito loot the Treasury. These pensions and bonuses are utterly demoralising. Why can't theser-favored officials who luxuriate for years in the state clover patch make, suitable provision for themselves and families like ordi nary mortals ? It is just this bonus ing business that creates the Ahunger for these nice little lump sums. 'Tis quite time the whole business was knocked on the head i' It would !be much better to apply the £4000 to some other purpose. We hope t...

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

SpecialiAdvertiscement. i UNPARALELLED SUCCESS OF TIl.?:. NOOISETLESS° ,k WHITE •' . it ra'isile4l .1 pVES. "THE WHITE." " . Thing of Beauty and Toy er." iis-acknoedged the King of all Machin os.:' It is the finest finiished mad best miade Machine iii the W1 rld. It is the . :Easiest, i 'orl??ir ai ides satisfying machine. ever produced. . Purlchsers Inver, fail to: rOommend it to their friends. 5000 of these Machines, are sold, every Year in tihe Colonies. We claim general sym, metry-in the constructioni of oour 3aichiiii'. Vood lWork, and Stand.,whereby ithe sa:me is an. Orniicntal 'rtielde of 1'ir niture, as well as a Necessity and Luxnuy of the IlToslhold. The Public acknowledge tlhamt the " VII'ITE " Eimbroiderer, his the most conmplete attachment" of .its kinid eve produced, T I-1i And being Patentees of timhe sam we reserve itisn salxoclisivcl5 t^o'.tho Patroiis of the W.?VII:ITE.': ,. The ?echanisni'of this 'ifclienei s'ch f:at an olperator "m'idlirand .ng the first? princip...

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

CIIIORol SERVICES. Congregational-11, Rev. J. Rickard; .7, Rev. O. Copeland. Presbyterian-Wilson-street, ,Rev. D. H. Ballantyne. MeIatone, 11; Chelten ham; 3; Mordialloc,7; Rev. R. M Fergus. Elsternwick-.-lLan e,- Re'HJ. Hpay. _3aptist Church Bay-street-1l and 7, the pastor, Rev. SFHoward. / ( 2/ Salvation Army-11, 3, and 7 bymembers of the Army. f ;'ul t h i Christian Ihapel, Brighton: Worship 11 n.m.; preachingi 7.Tp.$ fi/ 1 ChristiaunChapel, Cheltenham--l orship. 11 n.m.,,prcaching 7. pm b Dr Goodacre. Union Chapel, South Brighton--After noon,lRev. J. Wataford ;,ening, Mr. D. C. Rees Church of England.--Ffteenth Sunday after Trinity -'St. Andrews," Brightoii-' attins, holy, comusmnon and sermon 11 a in ; evensong and :sermon, 7 p.m Oa-kleigh ll, Mr. Bristowe; 7, Rev. T. Rust. EastBri?htoh n11, Rev. T. Rust; 7, mr. Looker. .,.Mordialloc-As usual. Cheltenham--1, Mr. Harrison; 7, Rev. J. Caton Montone-7; Mr. Thomas. Little Brighton-11, Rev. H. Plow Kane; 7, Mr. Cramer. Gipsy Village...

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A Narrow Escape. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 17 September 1887

A Nnarrow Escape. The dark masses of clouds which had emptied themselves on our devoted heads, were hurry ing away to leeward, and in a few minutes the sky began to clear in the west. Over head, large masses of low.-flying scud, their woolly fringes gloriously lit up by the silvery beams of the moon, were speeding on like the rear guard of a defeated army, and the blue vault of heaven was without a cloud. The moon was in her second quarter, and by this time was within an hour of setting, and as she descended, the stars overhead sparkled with more intense .bright. ness in the deep blue firmament, more pro foundly dark and pure from the heavysquall which had recently passed over us. :At this moment I was startled 'by my companion roaring out at the' top of his "Ship ahoy I Port, port, hard-.a.port I" Looking around, I saw to my dismay a large vessel, her white sails gleaming in the moonlight, bearing down upon us from the" eastward, and only a few cables' length from " Call them up, s...

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BRIGHTON TO ST. KILDA RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 17 September 1887

I"' I IItTON TO"ST.R ILDA"° A DEPUTATION consisting of fesidents of Brightonr ard St. Kilda and ilso'of tbri internediat- icighbtusrhood~ waited upon the-Premicr list Wednesday morning in order to urge thiextension'bf the St. Kilda, railway, to benefit those localities not im mediately served by? the :righton anl St. Kilda hnes. The Hon. )r. Dobson, I.Tb.C; the ?n. Thomas Bent, M.L.A.; and. Mr Josephi Haiiris, ; i .A~ ; accomipanied 'th. deput-tion Mr BDent, in introducing the deputation, said they were residents of Brighton, El word' anid St. Kilda, who desired that: the St. Kilda railwaayshould be exetended. 1to connect'wit.h a point on the Brighton line. They did not intend at present to advocate any! particular route. The Premier, heoi ever, would he- aware that a proposition wasmeide some time ago to run a line from Middle Park along the West Benchs and' St. rKildi 'Esplanade to Brighton, and another proposition was that the line should iproceed from the present te?iiritiont by...

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Ladies' Column. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 17 September 1887

I, lablec' Column. e ;_8e ty',may be u?t skin deep, but in this thia covering.lies much of the physical :harni of humanity, and great is the crime of c~ciok ing the pores with bismuth or any other ,foreign substince. There are still enough well-washed English faces and well-kept and comely English hands, and always the beautifully-kept English finger-nail to keep up the tradition, at least, that the Anglo Saxon people are the cleanest in the world. Tihe American hand is smaller than the Eng lish hand, but the nails are not as handsome. The English nails are almost universally rosy and shell-like, and, cut toarounded,slightly tapering point, kept always scrupulously clean. The skin at the base is pushed back to show the onyx, a little white half-moon. The onyx is carefully cultivated and polished by the creoles of New Orleans, to show that they have no black blood in their veins. No matter how fair the complexion, the valuable' insignia of pure blood is wanting to theocto roon if the...

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BRIGHTON TOWN COUNCIL. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 17 September 1887

.BRIGTON TOWN COUNC-IL - MO'DAY, SErvrEMnuE. 2. Present-Crs licnt (Mayor) i nrrnws, Egan, Francis, Hamilton, Huntle-, Munro, O'Shen and Walstab. conRasPoncr . From several -t residents "? .:Plioeherry" Avenue, calling" Attentio t inicient drainage Attended to: From.theTonii Clerk 'of Port Melbou'rne;" re council overdrlfts;,d-?l gsu cstin gt'i t a conference of snhnrlmn ind'otlher 'mnn cipalitie be convened n? an early d?te to devise means to remedly evxlstng griev anres.Agreed to; the Mayor and Crs Bnrrows and runro to-attend. that the .Commissionr of Pnhblic'Work would receive a deputation re the exten sion of the St: iiil?t ilway? on i ?ednes day, the 14th inst .,'nd .uggested the do sirability?of thc :ouncil bein? represernted on the occasio? Tt ~ ns derieded that as many members of the council as possible should attend. . From Missrs ISmith andnthlers, conplaini ing of the ad ii rinage of Flvood-astreet. Writers tie informnedtaiat it s'snot under the coiit olof th'eouncil. fit:...

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CAULFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. SPECIAL MEETING. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 17 September 1887

CAULFIELD SIHIRE COUNCIL. S SPECiAL MEETING. : I'THURSDAY, SEPTEhMBER 15. SPresent: Cre. Newing (President) Ballantyne, Cotton, Griffin, Hartle Hollfaiid, Lane, ' L ngdon; Long,'Looker, Le Page and Selby. RESIONATION OF OVERSEER-;:- A The Secretary presented and read a works, in which he stated, that having re *ceived an offer of a more lucrative billet, he desired to tender his resignation from the end of the present month. The President: He was very much sur prised to find that, in the cise of the overseer, there had been no agreemei;t whatever enteredini;. This hlie thougiht ains a mistake. The Secretary referred to a minute carried during the time of his predecence in'oflice, 'and 'hen the various oflices were adjusted; which state that in all en gagements of shire oflicers a month's notice should be either given or taken. Cr. Hartle wanted to know whether it would not be well to call in Mr. Ilbery, and ask him if desired still to tender his resignation, as in a private talk wit...

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Farm and Garden. Floral Talks. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 17 September 1887

For a bedge, or to plant along any old -' fence which you find it de"sirbld to c6ncdal, you·y can-find no better annual than the sweet -.: pe. t is a robust grower, a profuse bloomer, ' i.a+nd'its fldwers:iare beautiful and fragrant, -'--"aud'are produced until late severe frosts come. The seed can be planted any time atSfter5thei lrdund 'becomes dry and warm :Frr?rid will onot injure the young plants. Plant the seed four or five inches below the º =(surfacer Let-the ground be rich and mellow. .J Iizh thli plints.show a tendency to " run" give them some support. A row of brush is as good as anything I know of, and the ~Ulaints hill soon coriceal it with their foliage. Strings are not what sweet peas like to cling to. They will attach themselves to a trellis, with a'littl': assistance at first, but brush suits them best of anything. When they come 'iiito b flodwer':do ":not be afraid to cut them freely. The fewer seeds you allow to form and ripen, the more flowers you will have. Ever...

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

450 oo ton es Comte de la Grandiere belonged to the `imcines, froin which he 'descrtied and'was. -punished. Next he turned swindler, and made money for a time. His speciality was to de. clare that he belonged to fashionable society. He demanded to view all the first-class fur*' nished apartments which were to be let, and managed, while viewing the rooms, to prig some valuable bibelot as a souvenir. lie came round a baron, and agreed to take his rooms foreigbty.fivepounds ayear. After verbally accepting the conditions he and the baron swore an eternal friendship, and the latter lent the count six pounds out of his pocket-book, which was stuffed with bank notes. More, the baron invited him to pass the night in his apartment. In the morning, just as the baron was get. ting up, the comte came to take leave; he wanted to give his notary instructions to prepare.the lease and pay the rent in ad vance. "By-the by, baron," said the colunt, "does your.bath work well?" " Capitally, dear comte,...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 17 September 1887

LOCAL. ITEMS. THE state of the recently erected baths at Sandringham called forth a deal'of ilis cussion at the adjourned meeting of the Mfoorabbin Shire Council last Monday afternoon.: Cr Sparks said the drivirig of the piles did not reflect credit on the surveyor (Mr Stone) ; he had measured some of them and found they had only been driven in 4ft. instead of (ft. The floor was laid too low by several inches. Mr Keys defended the surveyor and said that all the piles were driven in the full depth. _These 'remarks were' also en-_ dorsed by Cr Staynor ; eventually it was agreed to call for. tnders for' thei're construction. A CONCERT in aid of the funds of the Brighton Beach Recrea'io,n Club is an nounced to taike place nedxt ;Wednesday evening in the Town Hall, Brighton, ,tickets fir!iihich'caiiUlenhad f'rim all iiembers of the club. ,TnE first fortnightly meeting of the .ladidraydnrintittee in connection with the contemplated bazsar, in aid of the funds of the Brighton Beachl Recrea...

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

Presence of Mind.-I guess young Jones will get on. lie's in an office in Collin stieet Melbourne, or somewhere theiieabsutas. He's careless, and had made so many mis takes that he knew the one he made last would be fatal. He went back from lunch the other day and a fellow clerk met him on the stairs. "You'll get it, Jones. The old man's just boiling, and he has been calling for you the last fifteen minutes.:' Jones stopped on the landing and cogitaed. He must head off the old man somehow. He ran down stairs and up the street as hard as he could go, to a florist's. There he pRr chased a sixpenny boutonniere and marched gaily back. "Mr. Jones," came in a loud tone from he private office. "Yes, sir," and he deposited his hat, hid the flowers in his coat, walked into the private office and closed the door carefully. " Mr. Jones. I have. frequently-", "I beg your pardon, sir, but I have a' private message for you." "Msr. Jones, you've been- -.A .private message ! What is it ?" His tone q...

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

flDticeallatte o 1' Shod With Gold.- In the year 1Sii a storekeeper named Donald Cameron, carrying on business in what was kinown as thcWool shed, Victoria, was elected first-member-of Parliament for the Ovens district, and he had the honor-unique in the history of the colony-of being driven in triumph from-the Woolshed into Beechworth in a gig in tandem team, the leading horse of which was shod with gold. Just before the election an eccentric individual, known as Tinker Brown, who had made a lot of money on the dig gings, suddenly purchased a circus, with tents, horses, and waggons complete, and coming into Beechworth with his company, he offered to drive the newly elected member and supply golden horseshoes for the occa sion. The Woolshed bosses, who were greatly elated over the result of the election, warmly took up Brown's idea, and they resolved in addition to present their member with a dia mond scarf-pin. The horses' shoes were made by a working jeweller named Tofield, and we...

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

Floricultural . C *,1EENT GARDEN NURSERY ST ANDREW'S-STREET, NEAR . BRIGHTON: STATION W. R. HAWKINS & CO.,. NURSERYMEN, SEEDSMEN, -AND FLORISTS. Gardens Laid 'Out and la ted. All Kinds of Nursery Stock. . . ]s. ",cds a3 Melbourne Prices. llouqucta.; Wreaths, Crosses, Ic Msfdc to Cabbage and C-ulitloucr riants ala s 'Ready Crlocers J. W. A u Y, Fanily Grocer, Tea Dealer and c ral [- erci? iat,' - ST. ANDREW STREET BlRIGHITON.r Families waited on'foe Orders" ST. P, A S COiE ?, .C 0., GROCERS, PROVISION & PRODUCE MERCHANTS, ' Corner of AGNEW ST. AND POINT NE?Nix RiD., NORTIH BRIGHTON. Bust Country Cut hay Chaff always in Stock. Agents for Eady & Co.'s Celebrated. Dandelion Ale. Special-Advertiscnments. BRIGHTON FREE 'LIBRARY. OPEN TO THE PUBLIC DAILY FROM 3 to 5 and from 7 to 10p.m: . MEMBERSHIP.-Any person can be-. come a Member upon paymenti'of ?ir annual fee of Twenty Shillings. or a quarterly fee of Five Shillings (in either case in advance) or can become an...

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MOORABBIN SHIRE COUNCIL. Adjourned Meeting. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1887. PRESENT—Crs. Bent (President), Burgess, Comport, Mills, M'Swain, Rennison, Sparks, Staynor and Ward. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 17 September 1887

ROORABBIN SHIRE COUNCIL. I r Adjourned Meeting. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1887. PRESENT--Crs. Bent (President), Burgess, Comport, Mills, M'Swain, R'nnison, Sparks, Staynor and Ward. CORRESi'ONDENCE. From the Public Works Department uenying that any undue influence had been brought to bear upon them in the matter, of the late d,.pu'ation on the ( luestion of shire severance or that names 1 were added to the petition after its being a deposited. They also denied that any t officeer of the department had given the c information to or placed the document on a Cr.- Sparks" desk as that gentleman had t stated had been done.-Received, several councillors remarking that it was time thd' last was heard of this affair. From the Railway Department, stating that they ha l placed a gatekeeper in charge of the gates at the South-road crossing. -eceived. "From Jas. M'Knight, obhjecting to the vali?ation of £1 being placed on the old Protestant Hall, at Cheltenham, they only. being able to get a rental...

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

. r '*ictilmer Advcrt- t. Irailk E. Edgsunifbe, A rI*-' *X , .' 'o I* ItESTATE AND FINANCE AGENT, S 231 CHAPEL ST., WINDSOR - B Brinch, Offices-MALVERN,& ELSTERNWICK.i HO ISES N LAND FORn A S An of t"ise ndermentieoned.I PropertiCs can4Jbe . Bought on eas T erTsr to 8 it Purchasers.: .:,,;I( Albuni Groi-WcnthTheroard 'illa' 6 rooms. ]lat pantry, copper d troughs Iphilthyard.; Land° " x -1 a. 14 7C.51'. Three niinutes from? station.; £150 deposit. alanceu m onthly.; : ... .. ' i, . -, ..... . ' * .. " - " " Auburn Grove-Brick Villa, 'S rooni, bhn p th, t phn oppertrppe oughs, g9as,:cnetian blind.', electro 'bell, enclosed verndnh: "'Land 48 x.l18. £1150, terms. Threea inaiiutes |from station.: ..*"l ::;, , . . .. SAburn Grove-Bllrick Villsn, rooms, bath psntrv, copper, troughs, enclosed erandah. iLani'd'4S .xl18 to right-of- way. "£00. : UMonnt Pleasant i oad--V. ,.C ottage, 4 rosms, bahtlh; pantry, asphalt yard. Land, 20 x 110 to rigt-of-\wiy. £ 2r50; 25i deCposit, ,alance m...

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