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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 8 September 1888
OMXING EVENTSBIAST THEIR SHEA S:DOWS BEFORE THEM. The. Spring of 1888 will, It is contem plated, be an era never to be forgotten. 6yndicates and speculators are eagerly et curing blocks of land in every available suburb for sub-division, but only a few really eligible sites are to be obtained. The ippetite for securing allotments in good lo calities, either for speculation or family investments, is rapidly increasing. Money jadiciously invested it land is like the wool an the sheep's back, growing in value while you are sleeping. EXCURSION LAND SALEB. In Spring will rank among the Saturday's recreations, whereby business can be com bined wilh pleasure, hence the necesity for those on the alert for good sub-division at properties, or those who have estates to dispose of, to embrace this golden oppor tunity, aid leave their instructions with the manager of the PROPERTY EXCHAKGE, QUEEN-ST. GREIG and MURRAY L1hMTEI8. List of Valuable PBOPERTIUS For SALE:-. Asrndalo-Houkes and Villas, 6,...
CHELTENHAM POLICE COURT. Wednesday, Sept. 5. Before Messrs. Hare, P.M., Ward, Allen, Ruse and Brown, J's.P. NO JURISDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 8 September 1888
CHELTENHAM POLICE COURT. Wednesday, Sept. 5. Before Messrs. Hare; P.M., Ward, Allen, Ruse and Brown,, J's.P. NO JURISDICTION. The adjourned case of Trail v. Mitchell to recover £16 13s for use and occupation of premises resulted, after a display of learned lore by Mr. Read for the defence and Mr. McKean for complainant, in the police magis- trate striking out the case, he ruling that the bench had no jurisdiction. DEBT CASES. Eliza Robinson v. W. A. Lyons, £1 15s 6d, goods sold, and Jas. Halls v Jas Heffernan 11s money lent. Verdicts with costs were given in each case. MINOR CHARGES. Messrs. Swanston, Ryley and Har- man were charged by Constable Glenny with removing timber from Crown lands. They pleaded guilty and were cautioned and fined 10s each. W. McMahon for driving over the footpath was ? in a similar amount. .1:1.a HIiIdt proceededi . galt t. Jas. 1ifarn a-n for4 sill gyllgdttinmg a .li':wl v1,!1 d a.t 4.1 : i. 4Af. i- v' ry pati i.t lulariti- the defeliitnit sttati;i ng ti t...
A CIRCUS GROOMS FORTUNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 15 September 1888
A CIRCUS GROOM S FORTUNE. When Sanger's cireus arrived at Kendal the other morning, a letter was awaiting one of the labourers, acting in the capacity of a groom, to the effect that there bhad been bequeathed to him by a deceaued relative a fortune amounting to £40,000. The yeaug man could not at fir?t reatiee the truth of the pleaing aunnouncement, as the money we, irom a source he had little expected, but it proved to be correct. It appe.re that the fertuoute groom belongs to a good family and received a esuperior eduction. Like many other yoanr men fond of horme, thef.scins. t ons of a circuslife attracted him, and he has been in the service of Mr IG. Sanger for some time.
MR. AND MRS. BOWSER. (DETROIT FREE PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 15 September 1888
MB. AND MiS: BOWSEIR. By Mea Btowtsa. (Dretr" IT F.att cnYrs.) It may surprise the reader to learn that our bfmily has been oil on its v-cation, atd re toured to settle down for the remaiuder of tho season. We had. such bt; luck going away last ummenr that I bhad no idea of being ible to movo MDr Eowser a rod this year. Not the elightuet relferees hid been made so the sat jibs when he caine lomse few daya ap.o it.u a look of impoltascc3 on hil face. After taking two or three toutn 'arrrss the sitting. ruom with Iis hands crcssed under .ia cots tails he said: M Mrs Bowser. your nuwarronted: conduct lea; year despoiled me uit he rest~sid; reeor. lion s' oeadly nededP: '" S'I denyit ! You get me out to a e udhole in oeo coantry, and then-dtd all the jawtl? and kickingyeo?sellf. i " Mr Bouwser, when I any that your unwar. ranted and reprehensible conduct uttarle - ' Was I to blame thr. a hog got under nur liedroom floor at the hotel? . Me Bowser, do tnot interrupt -me iI soy your conduc...
SPRING CLEANING. IN TWO CHAPTERS. Chapter I. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 15 September 1888
SPRING CLEANING. I, Two Ca?Prnas. Chapter I. LA a prepaatlon for spring, alesirg. tbe :wp abo b engaged to. satend so aU aboid hed t a N h- clhmeerys. The order of sleasnig varies. but it is generally odnoeded that on the whole the heat way is to: begn at the very top of the house-that i, wi:h the at:ioe, and -o gradually down to the eellars. Whitewaching and colour-washing, which p f only putting colouring matter inso ordi r nary whit.wa?s, are very essential p rt: of i house olanieeng. Town sarvents will rarely is. unde-tke t?n: thrmrselve, but in hle be conntry women .ail frequentlydo thie very. rs, neiesar? work. In elantig a room the ed fir:s question wil be whether tiso ocning is requires w ti'ening or not. If It duao is "a 'horuld bh washed. aOd the whitening put or rn afresh when rh' ceiling is dry. Ceiling. s mesost only ha whieinrd with simple whi oo c leg and a litt'e pwdesr b:oe from the b!nu d bg t: prev-nt its tunring; yello '. Whl e I trash frr cei'irgs needs no -ize ...
THE LADIES' COLUMN SPRING FASHIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 15 September 1888
F1L - ILAD1I ('OLU1 T " i e' N g sii.i? .t. n?'?ner oatis leading hop s r I-a| iie~t ·leoptig wars asit the .crtl: oov a re gay with to sly arti fiueItlo flwre; dainty ligiht-coleiirfld Sodns sad equiicaat ribboea'and Iaucs The cils' ci , lOhies' season are brocades , " "?oh'?s and" shot B it?, the " 1st nasmed being ýprhape the miot popuor "cf tbt thrce. The br6ociea, which hnort floral ."fe'O" on. 'tripe.s, ilp o thks h'5 wr?Or in the.Lolats XV. and Louis XVI. ;erioda, Sare themost :fashicnable. I "wa?" shown a very: handsome eliken gown, isten.ed i for a matron, in whioh silver-grey faille was aletlically . comtiriced riih white . road. e-cmbronldoerd with si:var-gry i1Lwvers the pettioeat front nad 'watertall ba " k were cf brcals, the hodieo panels and hip-dracoeries of faille, the brooaldevest was tlordserd with gold and sted becd-trien:mng. he _ ? . e.mB trvil.micg appearing on the cellar, -c tff t,'sad tle til'se prrpeediuoler that hung at C'c dos?1 of thu pastionat The prom...
A DUEL WITH A RHINOCEROS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 15 September 1888
I AuUEL WITH 'A REHINOCEROS. Bf E Renas tnnaOAt. S (rmiox IIAwA'O REVEIttvL.) A; we were shortent meat I deterrioned to kill' a hnffalo. of wrhirh there were plenty about, before looking for traces of elephant. JNot more then half a mile from camp we t cme acronw a trait like a cirt ro-d, evidently made hby great herd of hoffalo which had patsed up at dqwo from their Ieedimng round in the marshbe to epeer., the day in the coo air of the uplaudo. Thi trioll I followral boldly : for mnoh wo;n,! a there was hblow esrarthb down themountsin-rilo, that is from eta' otreccron in whict the bffalo had ganyc. ao me. About a mile further on the vorret etnten to get denCe, and the nature of the a trail sbowed me that I moat be cloe to roy .R ne. Anotbhr two hundred yards and to p bnah was so thick that, had it nouwbeen for , theiraif, we sot aarcae"ly hare got through a it. Arit ra, Gov-, who errred my eighr a bore rifle (for I hod tre 5170-exprees i, tay hbnd), purt the other two men whono1 ha...
A FAMOUS PIG. HOW HIS TRESPASSING CAUSED THE WAR OF 1812. (ST. NICHOLAS FOR JULY.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 15 September 1888
A FAMOUS PIG. HOW BI, -TRESPASSING I CAUSED S lE WAR OF ~i812. , (sT. SICHOLAS For .Jur..) I' ell happened in this wie s Two citizens of Providence, R I;, fell into a most uo seemly dlfcusion on acconat of the lawless trerpinasling of a pig owned by.one of them. The aggrieved perty pCEorseed a very fine garden, in wfhch it was his custom to epeod his boure of leI ure.weediig. grafting, and trasnplanting the flowere and vegetatoes 1 whion he delighted. But often, as hr entered his gareen in4tho eveing his ears would bh ~dlu;ed with a grant and a rastle, std the fat formof his ntlighnnr's pig migh& he seen maktu' a hety fliaht, from the gard-n in which it had buee, plaiodly rooliD? all cay. In oig't dudgeon the gardener sought hi; neighbtour and complaised of ibe tng's fro qucnt vTiits, d-claring thti a listle time .p"oe t in repairing the pig-sty wnald reitrair the asimala rovian prop,'enities. But tc this the own-r of the pig responded test I' his neighbour would keep his ri...
A FAMILY OF CENTENARIANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 15 September 1888
.A FA\ILY O E' N CtrENAR1&NS.. "'A wonderful family, the late members of which would semin to have discovered the eliri: vi're,":save the Paris correep!ndeat.of the Londo??' Didly Telegraph," "ha, just been brought:o the notice of rho publ.o by a statiericiau wi0.o makae centenarians and •on evity hin Ppecial, branch of social sci nce'. I; appears that the seat of bthi renh akabe a fanity ws. at Tarbes, Ito ho Do partment of the Hautes.Pyrencees where its lasa survivor. Joseph Bitae, has repar:ed this life at are comfortable age of 118 years. Ri:aa w°as born in Spain on the 21at August, 1770 His father lived to the ags ..f 111 ' ears, and his brother died a few dysa age at the age of one hundred and fourtees,. The mother and paternol uncle of Ititas were Equa Iy long lived, having far outrotpped the allotted apsu of orainary mortals. Neither hile wife, however, nor oay of his children oarvive himn. He did not marry, in faar, until he attained the age of ifty years."
THE YOUNG FOLKS. MY PLUCKY BOY TOM, OR, SEARCHING FOR CURIOSITIES IN INDIA FOR MY SHOW. CHAPTER XXII.—A FEARFUL SITUATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 15 September 1888
THE YOUNG FOLD. I MY PLUOKY BOY TOM, OR, SRi4ROOINO FOR CURIOSITIESIN INDIA FOR MY SHOW. B1 P. T. BaaMUm. CHA.PTER XXIiL-A FEnA.v L SrYrATION. SThe eounde whioh reached Tom Bradfords' earz wura enough to terrify the most daring Sof 1:teoeru. The firt thooght was that ones c those fearfa Ocyctones. such as someimes devastate estieor.ns of ut country, was sweepieg through the jangle, earr ingdeath and destruaeion in o ie pacth. , But his knowledgeof Indla and its climate told him it could not be that, though the , perlttotm might beeequallygreat. i : Bs-and.oye bh so? recogise the heavy trampig atof mazy feet, the creablng of the Sundtergrowth, anda load maltitudincua d trump-Liog which fertile Oirs time apprised hin of the nature of the danger wheblh e die covered too late to ersape by flight. d A herd of elaphants, in obedience to some p wild imuolse for which he could not aecount, Swere ruehingthroughthe juole with reiset b loe foreo, and with all the speed of which Sthheyweoe capa...
BRIGHTON TOWN COUNCIL. Monday, September 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 15 September 1888
BRIGHTON TOWN COUNCIL Monday, September 10. Present: Crs. Bent (Mayor), Burrows, Francis; Hamiltoni, Hoirden and Huntly. CORRESPONDExNCE. From T. Gaunt, stating that he was progressing with the works in connec tion with the new clock, but he would like for some of the -repreentatives of the council to examine -the tubes now in position at the Exhibition building. He would be pleased to be present and show them the tubes when most convenient.-Crs. Burrows and Howden were appointed to arrange with Mr. Gaunt for an inspectiontiof the tubes. , . From the Rev. J. Rickard, as cor respondent of the Brighton Board of Advice, asking for the use of one of the small rooms in which to hold their meetings free of charge. - Cr. Burrows said- they had ;been; holding their, meetings at the Fi'e Library lately, and as the gentlemen. composing the Board gave their ser vices for the benefit of the community he moved that the request be complied with.-Carried. From Messrs. Boxshall and Leon ard asking ...
TOWN OF BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 15 September 1888
TOWN OF BRICHTON. -0---- : Brighton, is a fashiona'aleemarine suburban town and watering place on the east side of Port Phillip Bay, and about 8 miles from Melbourne City. Market gardening and fishing are the principal industries of the district, the former on account of the large number of syndicates beiPngformedafor the purchase of the land and the cut ting of it up into biiildliug allotineints is becoming rather limited inits opera tions. There is a coast line of about 4 miles, extending from the boundary of St. Kilda, north to Picnic Poil.t and Gipsy Village south. The town'of Brighton is situated on gently iliudfla= ting land gradually rising toward the east, or rather from the shore inland. The high ground which is not' as yet occupied is covered. with: heath and ferns, and the first settlers saw a belt of ti-tree scrub along the, beach with wattles, eucalyptus, and fine red gum trees behind the scrub. There are com modious baths for both ladies -and gentlemen, opposite the ra...
THE LEADER. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, SEPT. 15, 1888. OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 15 September 1888
THE LEADER. JUtrrac To A?. SA&TURDAY, SEPT. 15, 1888. OURSELVES. WxTn this issue we present our read ers and subscribers with, a neat and clearly defined'i photogiphed view of the Brighton Town Hall. This has bee~ photographed' a~nd prep~red for printing by our special artist, and will go a long way to convince our patrons that we are in a position to produce excellently got up photos of their business 'establishments, which can be used for printing off handbills, posters, billheads, memos, &c., or for adding.to the, display of their. advertisements. They can be produced by. tis uiiider this method at a considerably less cost than by the process of havinigwvood blocks cut, and we can assure our patrons that they will give a mixiimu?i amrountof satisfaction at only a mini mum cost. We take this opportunity of thanking our numerous and increasing advertising, patrons, for, their cordial and liberal support. A glance at our columns will show that advertisers are fully s...
Notice to Advertisers and Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 15 September 1888
Notie to'iAdvertiters L and .--Correspondents. Advertisements addressed to T. M. Donaldson intended for insertion in this Paper should reach our office not later than 5 p.m. on Fridays; and -alterations and additions to Sianding Advertisements not later than noon on Thursdays to ensure attention. All orders for withdrawal must be made in writing, as verbal notices ca~not be entertasneu. Correspondents forwarding Ca?ncc 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. Donaldson & Co.; ahd .to forward the same as early as possible but nat later than noon on Thursdays, and to write on one side of paper only.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 15 September 1888
Dress and Fashion. Weare making a grand millinery display this week all the newest novelties in .Fresich Millinery. Come and~eeo onr Mill inery show.. W. J. VANCE and Co. Cash Drapers, ]ay street, Brighton. . H . From ;the Hub.. There is perhaps no tonic offered to the people'that possesses as much real intrinsic value as Dr. Soule's American Ilop Bitters. Just at this season of the year, when the stomach needs an appetiser, or the blood needs purifying, the cheapest and best re medy is Dr. Soule's American Hop Bitters. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure; don't wait until you are ptostrated by a disease that may take months for you to recover in. "Boston Globe." YADI)ELL'S DIARRIBHEA MIXTURE the mst efficacious preparation for' this con plaint quickly relieves and restores they system to its natural condition.-(Advt.) J. G. YAXDELL Consulting Herbalist 32 Chapel street Prahran. Consultation Free -(Advt.) YANDELL'S EXTRACT of DAPHNE Ifeierh eon with Yellow Dock and 8arsa...
LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 15 September 1888
-----`.LOCAL ITEMS. .- Onil Thurisday morning the Hon. Thos. Beiit;, E]q, tM L.A:: introduced' a deputation frim the Birighton Coun cil with arequest that additional trains should be put on the Brighiti line between 10 an.m. and 5 p.mn. As the prese?it'service wdis quite?'iiidequate for time reiquircmentsfof the district.: The Commissioners pointed out that there wero already 42 trains one waya;dnai io44,atlirer o tilh ,!Brig?iton line. but- they recognised that, sintce this had been done;- the., traffic had considerably iincreased.' They wonld then enddavour, when, re-arranging their' iiiiei 'time-table;' to: provide a few additional trains- as requested. The deputtioiintheniisldd-that more permanent. station accommodation should he given at the Brighson Beach Sstation. The Commissioners stated that ,thiis iiatter wiis alrerdy iinder their cinsideration. aand had been provided for on .the. estimates. The question of the erection of overhead bridges at North and Middle Brighton stat...
In My Dreams. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 15 September 1888
In My lreams. In my dream. I see the evex Sweet.'?ie only in ry dream!s In my dreams thy love.lit glances Seem tosbine with starry gleams In my dreams I hear thee whiasp" Words that madly thrill and burn; In my dreatos our arms in longing Fondly to each other turn. * In my dreams your hand, carseing, Gently round my waist is prett; In my dreama my yielding bosom, Sweet, reposes on your breast. In my drenaa my form is thrilling With a wild and nameless bliss; In my dren.s ourlil.e are meeting In a !over' sweet first kies -$G4.'.
AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 15 September 1888
aGR[GULTURA±L NOTES. By the end of Sip embse the winter of 1838 will have termiatd, oand, so far as the -raieiall isenoeeroed, the weather he been almost as dry as II we were pseasng through the summer months. Thei winter has been characterle:I by plerotlgly otld winds and heavy and continuous froste. The, ocol weo'hr- hse, of course, kept thegrass green a long tim, but derteg the past two m~nthe there has beae very little growth. the preeenl condPion of the cropa is very o.satisfactory, the yenag earn having been very mueh hcbeed by the frosts, nod uulees rain falls the, month there wl! ho a genera? f?ilure neot horvest. Although tthe weather has not yet broken up in Boothlb Australia, tore is nc. to roech ground for eamplaint as fa New 8auth Wiles, es the ccnEsolast lltht showers have kopt the groond is a farly metei dndi;*n co the rurdacs. Loeusts hav made eir appeara~ iL some diotint.a 1tey an e ?rerming io immerstoe quuato tei r a Qaera. A Ited fell of ral whIts the nureso are ...
WHAT ROYAL VISITS COST. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 15 September 1888
'WHAT iIOYAL VISITS COST. The Czir war probably gtadthat he waunot obliprd to recaive Emperor William at his courntry rear, where epecial prepa lone wonol bore heeo neoeeaory for his reception; "Iii the expeuieo of such vieila ore riodigious. It coat the Emperor if Aneteia L120.000 to ratprroin tie Czar tor three mays at Hremeoor in 188:1, and the bille for ImattinT Arcbbiehop Olmoc:z'e palace into repair, awl for decoratine and furniehire it for the oocaion, amounted to neaerly L40,0OO.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 15 September 1888
$a eamte 81m sald Jeefrfer. Engines and throabini mnaobio.. Sole agents, Jobn Danko anod on. 42(only)Boarke street west. Melbouree.-(AD? s) The Italian Government bas decided to eonasu·ot 1,810 miles of radway in sou-her distriots where ralroade do not now exslt. The weavers--about 1,000.-who are on strike at Brnnn, laim a minimum weekly wase of eib$ florins, and demand the aboli lion of alghalaboar. Gat.ttiag S aMa athr. 8hipmeuta contionously coming to hand all the latest design. Call and inspect before buying eleowbere. Firet-class goods only kept on hand at lowest market value. (ADVT.) The Maorie. of New Zealand have, or had, a s?ecial devil named Tonga, whose malign influence was held respansible for any head. ache that might occur. F RMS. KSTATS. ad HOUSER of all dose!l W. R. LOOKER knd SONS, 8t COLLINS hTRErT eCAST, MELBOUBNI (Next Victorla Coffee Palac), lthb Branch Offices at Csklelgh. Gippl nd FPrmo from 2 acree to 640 seres, varoua piloos, from £2 p2r acre Berwick and Boe...