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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 1 September 1888

?-/O3IING EVENTS CAST THEIR SHA ./- DOWS IEFORE-THEM;- .: - The Spring of 1888 will, it is contem plated,?:be an era never to be forgotten. Syndicates and specula!ors are eagerly, se cnring 'blocks of. land in every available snburb for sub-division, but only a few really eligible sites are to be obtained. The appetite for securing allotments in good lo calities, either for speculation or family investments, Is rapidly increasing. .Money judiciously invested in land is like the wool on the sheep's back, prowing in value while you are sleeping. EXCUIiSION I.AND SALES. In Spriig will rahk among tlie Satifilay's recreations, wllereby business can be com bined with pleasure; hence: the necessity for those on the alert for good suli-division al properties, or those who have estates to dispose of, to embrace this golden oppor tunity, and leave their instructions with the manager of the PROPERTY. EXCHANGE, QUEEN-ST. ciREIr and .nURR4i' LIMITED. : " List of Valualule PROPERTIES. l - For SAL...

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 — 1 September 1888

Special Advertisements. DAIRKL 1 dPAt1AMEENT- 8TREETS BRIGHTION. W iW1- CL`ARK; .2ONTRAcVTOR: . For Asphalting Lawn Tennis Courts, Garden Paths, Verandahs. Yards, Workshops,. &c., &c. &c. FTNGING, CARTAGE,, PLOUGHING. .. ON SALE :-Metals, Rubble, . I SdreeningslBricks, ke. F J. R. BAVINTON, BOOTMAKER, POINT NEPEAN ROAD, • North Brightsn.- ? DlUNiLOP t EDWARDS leg to Intimate hat pioro t tcr ananal S. TOCKTAKING, they will ofer, during the remainder of June an h'ole of July, the balance of their , r - DRA AP ER ~÷ .ATr IIEMENSE REDUCTIONS.., Their new Goods for.Spring an Summer are ccmingsfo rd curlyandifaslýtheir; Shoproom is limited, the prevent Stock must ee cleared to make :space,, theref6re, greas bargains will be offered. The public are res@ llctfinyvlited to pay avei of inspection. DUNLOP; &' EDWARDS,. FAMILY DRAPERS AND" !., s IMPORTERS,; Commercial road, 1n uin w [Established 1852.] R T P AS OE & C O GROCERS, PROVISION &iR ODUC...

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 — 1 September 1888

i ? otce'tO' Advertisers And * ?; ' - Correuspondents. Advertisements addressed to T. M. Donaldson intended for insertion in th:s Paper should reach our oflice not later than 5 p.m. on Fridays; and alterations and. additions to Standing Advertisements not later than noon on Thursdays to ensure attention. All orders for withdrawal, must be made in writing, as verbal notices ' caiinot be entertained. '. Correspondcnts . forwarding. .GCHnuli NOTICES, reports of CRICKET, FOOTBALL,' &c., or any other intelligence of local im portance are requested to address them "To the Editor," care of T. M: Donbaldson' '& : 6:. -and -to forward' :the'. same as early as possible but not later than noon on Thursdays, and to Trite on one side of paper only. NE RVOU!S. 0ME 0, youngand old, married. or singile suffering from' ervoris lfellity, i'reniature Decay, Loss of Manhood, Vital Power, and alllaisenaes of the Ge'nit6bUrinary Organs, may obtain, free, a valnable treantise by an eminent...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LIFE OF MR. FORSTER. (THE TIMES) [NO 2] PARLIAMENTARY LIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 1 September 1888

TEE LIFE OF MR. FOBSBER. (Tau Tlme.), [No ?] PIIiLAMYaTAXr LIVFE. In hietreatment of F tersr early carees in Parliament Mr Reid rahtaly given pro minence to the part le took i, the discus mdoos upon She Ameriean Civil War. Hi first importane speech was in answer to the proposal of Mr (now Sir Willham) Gregory in favour of a recognition of the S.a. hert. Confederacy. and it may be sa d wtte truth ;hathlsepeecheo to his constituents about this time were. next to those of Brigt and Cobden, the moat powerful presentationo of the N.rthern case hbat were a dreessd to popular conatitueaoies in England. But meantime h- joined he.rttly in al the Liberal movenmr?e of the time, especially supporting all sforts made to obtain a large extensi n of the suffrag.. In the autumn ofi 18065 Lord Russell .ffered him the poes of Uuuer-Secr.lary for the Colonies, and be accepted it, only making the very iimoartant stipulation thra the attecode of t." ovolanment towards Bdform was to he a, uon , and tha s...

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 — 1 September 1888

Zmaxes M Thre hero. Iansomeoo Sime. -.d Jterira bara too good a name to need advertuirng or poling. -We only w.an to tell you that we are sole agents for V o oria., J kho Dank sand Son, 42 B?oke sreet wns-t, ireumJre. A large stock of wearlog parte in stock The teet house for pumps and arriastion plant--(Anjs) L. Steynson - SoDs LImiLtd, oatltaonl the bIa?lnes of L. CTVUNSOO sad ? 0?0S, Blslbllsebrd 12. flod OAce: 14 Flltadrs Laue East, lalhosera. . eaPIiAl, 00o,0oo0. Incorporated user tho the mplo taeetute., lIs h.h oo. C. H. Jame,. tLe..; tho Hen. O?ew L 1on; J.: Lloyd Roberlt, lLeq., It oneyySmllt In aiddtlon to their ordinry LarinDes. will be pr. propptrod to ezeoate. LNDKNe3 for ALLr OLASSO of M3RBOSamA-19 And will undertake AkGSNCIO8 eth.r bfo BOUYIO or SE.L?II . The romeany are, open to receive depult a fvourable rates. lOROI T OgSVENSON O. P. BRIND MsmLladOll L. 0. 8?V'NSOND M Nagt Director, London ?ARMYB, rTAT, & HOU8B of an dieaot W. R. LOOKERB and SONS, N OCOLLIr;...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MIND READING. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 1 September 1888

]lIhD. RLADING. 'Ob, mamma, mamma exclaimed littlei Edith, returning from Ennday-acbool, ' we. had a rel nica time to-day. Mr Gordly came in and told as lots of iatarerting thingai about heaven and the had place; and he sald. thai me and you and paps was going to heasen, and that Tilly Jaskeon and Bill. Horner and Mamia Saundasr was going to. 'be had place' . lWhy. Edttb, what are you: talking abe t! Do yo mean to say that Mrt 0Gorrly meatiored aasbod, that you named t' b Well-no, saosma, he dida say reight oat, bat then I ktae. who b war talking abontu.'??". ; a .sann - OWea .,u a ,, : 'a? 'as-eao.ia ':;,1 i' apsatsil rloa .'. monme en that little ple ace yrents at Meatet l. Saeble: "TYea; I wanu to mahe the ploa-a--tahreahty at for a., ?.?sleman. dz' thaeUrkaw r t a'rlay: r"Oh I esppose you eSan to let i't " "SLISur ILT s --Mistrega (to meid' who bas just received a mrmth'o notice): "I, would raoser not ive yea a eboracter at all.. Bat if you lsait spon it, of eauree I shall tell....

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 — 1 September 1888

c lhansci liclf lpef. ris l Lig , !Ff M« o»3C ofa.,.a.jg, iI faop53 T A "*. ^mgtm^qlo W 3kar E4eaull!a POBtAkc .*-k L se =?, 'm cy at. L iad iaqed telde m atre I d sel elhr W &be e46 e ut OMCIDZ Oa £ IOaL aIIWfly. M put ofskisr0o a.. f I 310 IAo tA Asb a," "am s b Isi dJ. <e Uomaem Aan Aolie 1- 1OACO hBABo 01 cl XKAO3. u,„ t ris mll tuoe bet m a mf. f10s o th. ei"pma hg'S t tl bh Iso.mamipi tc tl lo Pohoaeo bpal.at0er ?«ae.w . OPAKBOD fa. POBLlO dUmea«i»OK, R o s. a bn ggt Dle l ra et o 13.0I. aCltai3WXL BaNK allod.UatAs ic. l ebl maoC m m( ier alIal«ttaa 5, n« reeugt "dileorla .Idoi^ ••d oiher mvW e eil 1i acmpn8 *will ba «Irtd foma Sha mylL ch eJeholdra at Cae CIL.tt g*a ielelr. Sole u?l? Director (pro lemra.li ALOD. CHM .II aWdL. rnoeonr, M see. Oft. Qaclact, stree BaNK " A £rRi&LABl[I AMlb?arne, Blatira, ard Oid Hartl (|b. wil receie 4pp'lietlca8 i Shorw). 1 0lltd fra CjUIBSBLr, IaM:ILTOI, ad WgINiL * U ' l. tk RCOauMfiD BRKLgaS ". - ' at MaLBOUowB. - ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LEADER. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, SEPT. 1, 1888. THAT NIGHTSOIL AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 1 September 1888

THE LEADER. SATURDAY, SEPT. 1, 1888.   THAT NIGHTSOIL AGAIN. As will be seen by the report in our last week's issue of the ordinary meet- ing of the Moorabbin Shire Council, the disgusting practice if nightmen emptying the contents of their carts in the public streets cropped up, and on the motion of Cr. Burgess it was de- cided to offer a reward of ten pounds for the conviction of the offenders. Dr. Simons, the health officer for the town of Brighton, states " that in almost every street in East Brighton, Shire of Moorabbin, the nightmen seem to have deliberately emptied their carts, and on Tuesday morning, the 21st August, on going along the Centre road, I found that along the whole of the tramway line, about one mile in length, and right in front of a councillor's residence, this stuff had been wilfully deposited. The same applies to the main Nepean road. Along the North road, exactly opposite a house in which I was attending two dangerous cases of typhoid, I found t...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 8 September 1888

Pump; od o rr sat a rat. John Danks nsd Soo, 43 Bourke street west. are prepared to supply pumpe and irrigation ola?s for any purpose. A large stock of coat sod wrought-iron pipes aIways on hand. (Anew) ia omesm .im and Jes? ? a Imites. Jabn Dooks and Son an sole aseats for VI. Loris for R.nsomes, Sims and Jerise dengines and threeher.' The anew selonial poetable .anul and bhenow An.tralsals hrasher anod arst In the moket. 43 (only) larke street weet Milbouras.-(An.) ea'Bt mtrew Awa. Don I throw away y"ur old spoons, forks, +p.rgue, tea and o~?ee seroioes, salver., liebee, esc., mend them to John Danke and B?,n o be tr-plated equal to new.--(ADvy. $&V.M fL·krl~., ad i f ,u I«4,1 EoOAr E. m ed S1eE. . W. &. LOOKER and SONB, 51 POLLIO aMT, a S, hT, RLN.300340U Si OO ,.. bra Or 0aaT nOtheigk With catera ODg. ar OIkie e Olppsad iu, rom 96 amos tow 0 sura, vadow pwtos, from dl per .ore srlo med saoroeatd Vaoms,05r, 01 70, Dedmeoug hum. 540,7 56. . Oe ad ,0 s hran Tos GUy ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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A SHEEP TWELVE AND A HALF HANDS HIGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 8 September 1888

A SHEEP TWELVE AND A HALF HANDS HIGH. The "Pall Mall Gastto" has a corre epondent in Russia who is sending home ',travellers' tales." Ho has just later. viewed an English sportsman, Mr. S. G. Lit:ledale, who was just off in quest ol " the great mountoin oheep of the Pamir platoan,. the biggest heorp in the world, ot which only one specimen-that elnfed in the St. Peters burg museum-has over been seen in luropo. This is the Ovie Poll of the sheep of M.reo Polo, whose habitat is on the Alsi range in the extreme south-east corner of Riassian Turkestan. For years and years past the hope of bagging this inaocessible mountain monster has been the dream of Mr. Littledale's waking hours. He has tried to get at the sheep through India, through Afghan'O tan, through Chitral. through Thibst, and he has failed. He is now making a last desperate effort of reaching him through iausiau Turkestan. The Ovle Poli is a kind of philcs:pber's stone .or which all the acortsmcn of the llimlayas keep search...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LADIES' COLUMN SPRING MILLINERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 8 September 1888

THE, LADIES' COLUMN 111 SPRING miLL? neI? . (Br VsVA.) After biting and intenoe cold has otmo a -period of miid weather, and though we aon hradly say that we are, at last, sure of spring, yet ii is warm enough to make us begin to think about new bonnets and hats It seems natural when the gardens and fields are becoming bright with Bowers and blossoms that women should lire to array themselves in lightc.loured garmants, to b in harmony with Nature. The poet tell. In the sprng a fuller crimson shows upon the robin's breaset ; In the spring the wanton lapwieg got himself another creste. He d??s not sdd that in the spring the general woman finds it neocssary to don a new bonnet, but this is quite as true as both the, facts put into verse by the pol% Laureate. Green promises to be the most popular colour for spring millinery. Apple green. Nile green, and mignonette appear in the trimming of many of the new hate and bonnet.. Lilac pink and a good deal cf yellow are also seen. The chief ma...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Home Sick [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 8 September 1888

eram stic. A yellow fog eaveloped the dark Nove sky; . Thk traslo of the London streets had ceased S o thander by. A woman, pale and languid, back on the pillows lays And she aink d in vain, With a weary pain, For far scenes fa away; A gentle, manly voice broke in upon her revess, Ahb deaseat were pour thoughts away beyon the distant sas!' "Oh I in my dream lust night she said, 'fat away from here, A new made bride, I walked beside The Mordialloo pier. I heard the geotle murmur of the waves on the beach, I heard the tender tones, dear, that only love can teach, I saw the ti-tree blosacming (it blossomed a a month ago), And the seabirds white. In the glad sanlight, Went darting to and fro. 'And we went up to the cottage o'er the little stretch of sand, And mother met me with a kies, and father took my hand; I smelled the wattle bloesoma that grow around their door, * And the sea'e ralt smell, I know so well. That comes up from the shore. '-I p i '~s brown nete drying on the fence eat...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW AGENTS FOR PROMOTING THE DIGESTION OF FOODS IN DYSPEPSIA. PEPSIN TABLOIDS (FAIRCHILD). GASTRIC DISPEPSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 8 September 1888

NEW AGENTS FOR PROMOTING THE DIGESTION OF FOODS IN DYSPEPSIA. PresTalae "'altDe (Fa?aca.L). GasTRBI DTB?nraA. Pure Popsin is very exteairvely taken, anst with great satisfaction. as afood aid ingsetri, dystepsts. While lt by no means compensate for irreularity in the times of eating, boltint She food, lack of outdoor exercise, worry, sno overwork, it is of the nutmet sevte sea food aid Pepsin Tabloids will probably prove serviceable to those subject to slew and in perfect digestion. For euctation, flatulence, ,,r o her asmptoms, they are much employed. Pepsin Tabloids contain each a grain of Pare Pepsin in Scalese-n amount effirlelnt so digest 1.000 pains of eggr.lbumiu. Pepsin, .s too ofena gieno, ex.rta ro actIvity, because without an acid. Tls has been asken into crcouni in making the Tabloid, and the, contain, in adiitl.n on Peoeln, a little aci.' withappropr?at?rsomatics Theryareetremely p:eaaan. to tak., and children eat them as readily as sweets. 'The set the pervert~ dis? ti...

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 — 8 September 1888

The power of the earit The heart'. power probably exceed. that of he intellect. It has little to do with liglo nid *cs with sophistry; but is forms heroes and il the mainspring of all truly l'r oneU ,eds It mav not assert itself very on. picuo?tly in I, LrWlativ A eemblt. ; hut i vi I be found at the root of the eonnrea, and inspiring the really effetive ofour Leei·rltiv? ns·atmente. In commerre it is cramped hI ealf?tbnes,. and in literature too often hi ulterior moives; but in the fmily it iý hepoily the lnrding prinaiple, equally fronilf in the prnpaestitm of the good and In t,, [,voidance of aril. Thes is le that every lovine mrnher and thabghtfal honaewife an Ohf tInsms Ie value. i. a eful to ward of typhoni ,d dilhtheris by the inaariable n.n o Fianter'. Dodorirer and idnifctant. It i e.eedin:Ir oh-sp if p?trceed' by the ba?. (ADrt.) The AmrriMre rev-oe esut-r Crawford has towed into Key Wet the British sb onor Admired. e~apsei on the lorids cast .hill nmsred in urt'e-lbing. T...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE YOUNG FOLKS. MY PLUCKY BOY TOM, OR, SEARCHING FOR CURIOSITIES IN INDIA FOR MY SHOW. CHAPTER XX.—AN ATTACK IN THE BEAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 8 September 1888

TIE YOUNG FOLKS. 0 MY PLUORY BOY TOM, )R, SEAROCHING FOR oURIOSITIES;Im INDIA FOR StYSHOW. Br P. T. B&anmr. OnAPTre XX.-?rA ATTACK IE TUn BlBs. Ncfvertoel.esu, Tom sent the remaining se ch'.rges from his pistol into the hsaggy front i of his savage enemy, who stamped his feet nnd flirted his head in a way that showed he ti efit the etigping hurte. al SI euppees.,' said the youth, that if I ci &oa!d keep it up long enough, I could fill a your body eo full of lead that you couldn't a get over the ground very faet, and I might u*run you, but I'm afraid it would take too d long ; why don't you come closer ?' o Suddenly a bright idea entered the lad's trlin. o, By grationus I'll try It ' he exclaimed, t proceeding to reload with mnoh eare his e pistol ;.' it won't hurt me, if It doesn't hurt a you, and there's a chance of wlnnlog.' e Tom now made his way very cautiously to a the lower limb, on which he had first taken refuge.' A shiver of dread tan through him, when, desp...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. Friday, September 7. Before Messrs. Bent and Wilson, J.P's. MINOR OFFENCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 8 September 1888

BRICiTONI POUCE COURT. Friday, September 7. Before Messrs. Bent and Wilson, J.P's. MINOR OFFENCES. J. Marshall for opening up a foot path without a permit was fined 5is; Thos. Tucker for being drunk and dis orderly was similarly fined. Charles Allison for being found on premises without having any lawful excuse was discharged, prosecutor failing to put in an appearance. A JOCKEY IN TROUBLE. John McL?od alias Sullivan' was charged by Constable Matthews with furious driving. The offence having been proved, defendant who said he was an ex--oliceman den;ed the accus ation but admitted he had ridden a racer known by the name of Wicklhff hut not at a furious pace, was fined £1. A TOUNG OFFENDER. Wm. Watmough, a young lad of respectable appearance, was charged by Constable Patterson .with stealing a watch the property of one" Savage. The offence having been proved and admitted by the lid, the bench decided to adjourn thie ease for a week for the ippe'raunce of his f5ither, as they were lot...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"KIVEBED." [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 8 September 1888

" KIVEBED." m Were I asked to name the races of the South I should answer: " White, black, a and the mountaineer.' The latter belongs lo to a distinctive race,. While he may be classed with the white as far as colour goes, his tastes, habit, characteristics, and mode of life are peculiarly his own. If he likes you be will make any sarifice to oblige y. a. If he hates you he will seek your life with a determination which nothing can damp Sblhe great world beyond his mountain home is a sealed book to him. He lives in him self, by himself, and for himself. .1 I was riding over that spur of the Cam berland Mountains which General Morgan - (Feder.l) held so gallantly while Buel and Bragg were driving each other by turns over [ Kentucky, when I lost my way. The l mountain trails of the Sooth are dangeronus puoe ea to a stanger. They ran up and I down, twist, turn, dodge, lose themselves in dark ravines, and seem to end suddenly in ° dark and lonely gaps. Theat is la seli, g of loneliness ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. Wednesday, September [?]. Before Mr. Hare. P.M., and Messrs. Looker and Jordan, J's.P. IMBIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 8 September 1888

OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. WeV.dneaday, September 5. Before Mr.- Haro. P.M.,: and Messrs. Looker and Jordan, J'i.P. IMBIIBSERS. . Pat. Riyley for: being drunkik aiid disorderly ?was fined 5s. and A. John son for a similar offence and also for refusing to leave a railway carriage had to pay double that amount. JOLLY DRUNK. Wii. Jolly who was charged 'with being drunk whilst in charge of "a ho:se was cautioned against a repeti tion of the offence and fined £1. AN OLD YAGOANT. Richard Poole, said to be an old offender, was charge-d by Senior-Conl stable Grey with having no visible lawful means of support. The con stable stated that lie was a very su, picious character and turned up time and again in the Oakleigh district, aid whenever lie was about. petty robber ies were of frequent occurrence but so cleverly carried out as to avoid detec tion.. Accused said he had been work ing lately at Lilydale and other places and if discharged he would leave the district. He was discharged on that pro...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL. Tuesday, September 4. Present: Councillors A. E. Clarke, (President), Benson, Longbottom, Mercer, Robinson, Woodmason, McKinley and Edsall. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 8 September 1888

MALVERN '~SHIRE COUNCIL Tuesday, September 4. Present: Councillors A. E. Clarke, (President), Benson, Longbottom, Mer?er, Robinson, Woodmason,: McKinley and Edsall. CORRESPONnENCE. From S-cretary Malvern United Cricket .Club asking "for' use o f t he recreationi ground,; they: promising hot to interfere with any other clib, and stating there was ample room for both. 'An application was also read from the secretary of the Malvern cricket club asking for exclusive use of the ground, they offering to effect certain improve ments therein.-Referred to the Re croeation Committee to deal with. From W. Brokenshaw, Barkley avenue, Malvern, asking the corucil to allow him to remove the redgunm kerbing as he was:: making ai -?new street.P Agrieed to iit couiicil's'expeunse From the secretary of the Munici pal Group stating that the resolutions forwarded from the Malvero Co,,ncil arrived too late to be included in the printed slhet.-llcccived. Several other "letters vwere' received on the quest...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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WIT AND HUMOUR. THE ONLY ROAD TO HAPPINESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 8 September 1888

WIT AND r.HUMOURt. THB ONLY, IOAD TO HAPPINESS, Uea aosue ,Magi Soap (stamped with a bears pierced with an arrow). Wah o?lo cloth a in 10 ainutes without rubbing, alid avoid imitatioel at you would the -. Sole Lakers, The Victoria Soap and Candle Co.. Geelong. "M·axA." Inquired Flossie, " didn't the mralter eary I got my eyes from reer' "Yea, .oar. " And did you really need to have four eyes mammas iDo'te try if you are an ordinary man. to occupy two seats in a crowded car. Only woIme eando that and look as innocent as a Slilyof.the valley all the while. A coml oemon wish a great prophetic soul, white putting into type a wedding notie, iln. e -tead of the "contracting parties," made tl s reed "the contradi, ting parties." S r on nevers bsa tbl bee comptaln. h tE bear It we p nor wail ;; Nt Ib is 1 11 h oa untold a vAry painful tall. S "*I su battoolees shirt advertised here, John,' said a wie, looking up rom a paer; " what kind of a shirt is thatr' "Jest iih mtne" wea the reply. And...

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