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SCIENTIFIC NOTES. (IRON.) A WONDERFUL INVINTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 September 1888

dUIENrIFIC NO rES, (IRON.) A WONDECFLL IeVINTI0Ot. An .Aurrtae engineer bas, it Is sid. deaegned 4 trueltto be run hbefore every rail Way trair, beang maintained -lwas ast a fixed (bot sejhatable) distance in tro:n by the fotetof an electric current traminitssed along ithe meitasl taoi a djamo on the nogine. The carreet is coendocel in glass tties on the pior track. t1, therefore, the truck comes it to co!lietcn, the tubes are broken and the o,,ntact nreceearly deetreyed. The inrerruntrnn of the corrtot ins;antly and automrticai'y rpplies the brakes on the mol Iowtand train, 'tte chlimed by the inventor that two eaprevsee, fitted with atrI esytem, might with imaponity he ret to ran tunl rtlt a- each other. Tee collision of both pilot trmoks wauld arreet the progreat of both rains before they ould meer A truly war deriul invention, wfl:ch we ehcbld like to see pust to she t*st-a-t a ?afe aietance. OIL ON A STO?X? StE. An improved method of distributing oil on a stormy sea has been p-...

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 — 22 September 1888

Drapers and Grocers. x x TADIESJ. the New Goods are just - opene'' r for the ,coming. Seeaso Try and makoe it convenient to come and see them. I sihall be glad to-send: you samples. Thervalue this seasop bcats all in the?at. ' -. Dress Tweeds, Checks and Plain Dress an immense variety. Calicoes, Sheetings, Cambrics, White Robes. Embroidery, all widths. A .fne Stock of,-Everything ,to choose ·V-'7 .. .... ... P a t. e 's - -.-._ - - .149,_ aDor1ic street East. 149 Special Advertisements. ,8 0, 4T,-70!oO'OK.E, , General "-House Painter, ? --,Deco rator, &c., Good 'Workmanship and Best Materias f.T l~jIr);; :I Guaranteed;i: :' High-Street, Armada Y(niti S !k:Estimates Given. H. MONTGOMERY, .ARPENTER & CABINETMAKER,i -6s Chapel Street; P R A-H-.R A N. Est;mates_._ given. Furniture Repaired and Repolished. All Ordeisa'promptly attended to. IlMusic Warehouse. FEISS BROS., t MANUFACTURERS . OF .- Orchestrions, Pianos, Harmoniums, Organs, 128D CHAPEL STREET SWINDSOB. ' Music...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 September 1888

SShares, £25, Entrance fece, Is. per share subscription, 2s. Gl. monthly per share. . 'resident--ames Snith, Esq: - ice-president-Edwin Exon, Esq. Treasurcr-Angell Ellis, Esq. Committco--Thomas *tcad, Erq.; J, Greig, Esq;i,:rA. W? ilairsion, Esq., J,P.; A. t ijraro," Esq : D: Saigster, Esi.; T. Smith. Esb.: T. W. Swindley, Esq.; J. Zevcnboon, Esq,, J.P.; M. L. Stodart, Esq s . T, ?.` °Sohiltbr"r3ontngi Cohenu, Esq. (Messrs Pavey, Wilson and Cohen), Table B.-Showing the payments per calen dar onth (principal and incipal and interest), for a --yirs lepyrat?n 'ousintripoid i -wholetetrm t Two i 100..15 J o . Four.. 4 810 I 117 10 17 40 Six 1 15 0 126 00 200 Eight, .- 1 i i 13- 00 36 0 00 . -Ten I Io oo 6.ooo Twelve .. 11 8. ....1.. 600 , . . 0- .00 Under the above table the Society is prepared to lend'three-fourths of the .value of approved securities, and in special cases a larger proportion. Borrowers have the privilege of paying off at any time, withdnt ":iotice,the -whold or portio...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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BLACK BLOOD: A PECULIAR CASE. BOOK II. CHAPTER X. A LESSON IN RIDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 September 1888

BLACK BiLOODIi .A RPEULIAR CAHE. -" . o. Ga .?z G NVILL.FBNlN, - . 4!uthef? The Meeter of the COremonies, '.The Parson of Domfordu ' Et? BOOK IL CHAPTER X. A Cssow I nm mSDc. ' Look her, my lad, said Dick, drawing eb dsde, a da or two later ; ' there'a reason in everything? bat it seems to me that they're Laying it a bit too waraly on you Stand up a lttle more, and walk acrose the rom -and back! Rob atared. but diecipline was beginning to -tell and he did au be was uked, to ee that 'big fellbw Imetl was smiling. What are you laughing at, Dick ' Not laghiong my lad; only thking,' Wa, what were you thinking ' 'That those tight thbing sil you to aT. Why, my lad, you look spleodid.' 'Oet-ouatl: "Do you think I'm not val -euough;- withot youo putting such ideas a those in my head '"ICet , th, thogh, and wbhen you're - mounted,' MY. - Rob my lad. theta erwo's -be a ummeer fdlow in the troop.' 'Rubbish! What wes you going to say !' Only thi, my . e been watching -yo ever sein we've 'listed...

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 — 22 September 1888

so burg Campbelldeld oimipany L lited. n9 o cc icy cD maUS tam COMPAireK T TeS llsie . apital ,000ooo000, in 200,000 shares of £5 each. The Set to:e, now offered to the publie. is 110.0m sme", of which ,2000 will be tMhe., padi up to fi per uhare. by the VendeoI o the propertis to be purobsed by the onspanr, I. pat payment of the prcbaasmconey, leaving 80.000 to be aub. aribed for by abe im~lio in the following master :-. s. Se - per share on Application, 6e. per share on Allotment, And 2' 6d. per share monthly until £3 per share is paid up. It is not a icipated that any further oale will baresaired but should any be made they W notr eiosed 2". 6d. per share, or be at intervals of lees than two woras No Preferential or Promoters' Shares will be Issued. All shares will be allotted according to pleity of apopl?attion the earlier spplirations recelvig the fullest llotment. SNMPORARY OFFI?7 OF THe OOMPANY: PremierBuildings, 54 Collinsst. E. PBoVo:sleat. DIRroR$BS [pe, John NImmo, .P., J...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 September 1888

Colleges and Schools, &e. M" ISS SPYER, late of Toorak, certifi c[ cated pupil of Madame Madeline Schiller, is now prepared to resume tunition in Music at her own or pupils' residence. Terms on application, "Embden," Landcox street, North Brighton, near the residence of the Hon. Thos. Bent, M.L.A. Speelal Advertisements. EDWARD W. HUBBARD, HOUSE, LAND & ESTATE AGENT, 17 Rothschild Chambers, 47 COLLINS STREET WEST, Desires to' call attention to the following Eligible Properties: Brighton (Middle). Close to Baths and pier; 6 minutes walk from station; 12 marine residence sites, each allotment 51 x 139 to 12ft right-of-way. Capital line for builder. Brighten. Grosvenor street, 3 Choice Allot ments. - Caulfield. North road estate, adloining sta tion; North road grand business site; villa sites in Orange, Lillimur, Katandra, Leila and Ulaupna roads, good depths. Caulfield. Edward street, Kambrook Park Estate. Allotments close to station and tram. Fine high land.. Gaulfiel...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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THE LEADER. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, SEPT. 22, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 September 1888

THE LEADER. UvItraO TO ALL SATURDAY, SEPT. 22, 1888. At the ordinary monthly meeting of the Elsternwick Improvement Com mittee held last week, their solicitor reported, with reference to the con templated suit in the Supreme Court to restrain the Trotting Club from using the local public park as a, race course, that the necessary guarantees to hold the Attorney-General harmless from legal expenses had been duly signed, lit that the Secretary to the Law Department had forwarded a communication to the effect " that he had been directed by the Attorney General to acknowledge the receipt of letter of the 25th ult., requesting per mission to use his name in proceedings' relative to the Elsternwick Recreation Reserve, and the lease to the Victorian Trotting Club, and, in reply, to state that the facts are not such as would justify the Attorney General in giving the use of his name as sought. Further, the present lease will shortly expire, when the whole question will he dealt with by the ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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MOORABBIN SHIRE COUNCIL. Monday, September 17. Present—Crs. Bent (president), Mills, Abbott, Burgess, Comport, M'Swain, Ward, Barnett, Hearle, Potts, Daly and Vail. THE BEAUMARIS TRAM COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 September 1888

MOORABBIN' SHIRE COUNCIL Monday, September 17. Present-Crs. Bent (president), Mills, Abbott, Burgess, Comport, M'Swain, Ward, Barnett, Hearle, Potts, Daly and Vail. THE BRAUeMARIS TRAMI COMPANY. . The secretary read over copies of letters sent and received from the company in which nothing definite transpired. The president stated that he had sought information and found that the company could get a guaran tee of £1000 at a cost of £20 per year. It was decided that the council should still adhere to their decision and allow the event to abide the issue in accordance with their previous resolution. CORRESPONDENCE. From 3essrs. Muntz and Bage, on behltf "of?ieir client, fo?d arding a plan of land showing an encroachment of three inches on Charman road and one foot five inches on the Point Nepean road. They requested' the council to advise them as to whether or. no they would allow of such an encroachment. After a long discussion it was de cided on the casting vote of the presi dent to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 September 1888

i sj pcal: Spla dvertsemeants?? t'ifii Y' '&1 TPARLIAMENT' STBREETS 1'b. ' ;.BBIGHTON. WM. :CL AARK, rci;::-: CONTRACTOR l er Asphalting Lawn Tennis Courts, Garden .infPath-YVeirandahs, Yards, Workshops, S ; &c., o. &c. ?'"MNCING, CARTAGE, & PLOUGHING. W, " ON SALE :-Metals, Rubble, Screenings, Bricks, d&c. J. R. BAVINTON, iBOOTMAKER, ;,'i .POINT .:NEPEAN ROAD;, -.d - ' North Brighton. ' v'bAtid " istrn's?¾ n·--·'AN1;ýz') .='..'S,? ':;. ?;,.W,;} - DW ARDS AT Are now making their FirstShowof :, • 1N-New. Springand. Summer,: DRAP) IRAP "'In Mantles rand Millinery. jDress, Goods in bilkand M'eullen Fabric. i , Prints, Zephyr:, Embroidered Robes; ,White: and Colored, in: Greatr VarietJy S:!s:tr,: New Hostery, Neiw Gloves. r ' S.jLadies' Underclothing:. Parasols, Umbrellas, Cretones, iLace Cd Cains Linen Dausasks, Tabic Cloths V and 'Nikisa. •1 , " r " S,.lplendid Value. - T'e'yai&vdatlio coming forwa duing thi and next month, their usual s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 September 1888

The Power of the Neart. The heart's power probably exceeds that of the iotellect. It baa little to do with logi4. and less witb cophistry; bus it formi heroes., and is the -mainspring of all truly gloriou deeds. It mae not sIert itself rvely cao spicoonslyin Legitlatie Assemblies;. bttis ai I be'foend at rbo root of the soundes, ?pai inspiringl thebs resily effotvle ofoour Lestslate enasotmente. In commerce i is osamped bf selfibneoesa, md in literatuore tooboften:by ulterior motives; bat in, the family It is. hapuly the leading principle, equally frulitfl in the propagatino of the good and .n ,the avoldance of eiL Thosn ite ithat every oving, mother and thounbtfol housewife. as she learnse its value, is +reful to wsid iff tOihoid .rd diohtheri? by thbe. invariable. ue stof Hunter's Deodoriser and Disinfectant. It Is exceedingly obeap if purchased by .the be? ADyv.) euesomie, ltmr sand Jerertes Threshers, portable and vertical engines should be ispectedbefore eboosi?g ?y other.. Gol...

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WIT AND HUMOUR. HOW TO WASH CLOTHES WITHOUT RUBBING! [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 September 1888

.WIT AND HUMOUR. HOW TO WASH CLOTHES WITHOUT RUBBINO t Take a quatrer bar of Genuine Magi Soap, dissolb in from 12ual. to l5gal. water (ao ordinary copper. Wlba the water is boiling thoroughly, pnat in the'dirt clothes (which need not be steeped beforehand) and boil for twenty minutes. ocamionally ttirring them up with a slick. Then ridoe well twine in cold waer, and they wil-b pfeoty clean-and white. Be careful to ase Genuine Maric (stamped " a beatst pier0e with an arroa"), for isdoes not iajmre the nasel clothes or tenderest skin, which mase imitations do. ' Harry, you want whippiCng' aiid his dis. ciplinarian father. * No, I don't either. I may need whipping. but I don't wan't it.' 'What doyou want me to bring you from the city, Johnnbl inquired a food fathat his fire-year-old. ' Bring me a wally hone, papa,' he replied, ' and a popaun and a train of care and a bank and-and anything else you can lay your hands on.' There is a thirteen-year-old boy in Cam oridge who is a great ' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 September 1888

. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6. At Three o'Clock. On the Ground. SPreliminary Notice.B ' ''BRIGHTON on the BAY, Grand Auction Sale Of The Late Property of His Honor Mr. Justice Higinbotham, S Having frontages to the ESPLANADE and St. KILDA STREET, And Comprising ELEGANT VILLA RESIDENCE And ,r':EIGHT RESIDENCE SITES, C. J. Y AND T. HAM (The Mercantile, Finance, Trustees and Agency Co. of Australia Limited) In conjunctien with WALSTAB & SON :Are instructed ly the Australian and British .Land:Deposit and Agency Company Limi ted to Sell by Public Auction, on Saturday, 6th October, at 3 o'clock, on the ground, That splendid block of land having a ' frontage of 244ft 4in to the Brighten Esplanade by a depth of 22fft 31 in along a road 40ft wide, and compris ,-r :" ;,ing la 2r 25p, on which is erected an elegant, substantial and commod ious S .VILLA, RESIDENCE, thoroughly well built and tastefully finislied, the rooms being spacious ,- an?adloty, and: the domestic offces ":well appointed. •...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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FRAGMENTS OF FUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 September 1888

FRAliMEN V8 OF FUN T?Hasg were two young friends in a ?unday. school as W.,one of whom had that day been promoted to pantaloons. 'Who was the frat man!' asked the teacher of him who still wore dresesa, whereupon he looked madly at his frieno'a new garmente, then at his own kiltse, and answered reluctantly: ' Well, I des Buck is ; he'e put on pate.' AMASTEO Freddy thinks himself by no means the least important member of the household. One evening, after he and his sister had gone to bed in the nursery, a violent thunder shower came up. The children a mother, thinking they might be frightened by the storm, went up stairs to reassure them. Paning just out side the nursery door, she heard Fred may to his elster, who was crying, "Don't no be fraid, baby; me and Dod's here." 'dtnnY,' cautioned him mother.,' the Bishop to to dine with us to-dao and o0 meost be very quiet at the table. I ?want im to think that you are agood little boy.' Very much impressed, Bobby ate his dinner in silence, ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 September 1888

stp and.smOL John Danka and Bon hae just lundd the baseasuorlnznt of am fesiege, water meter. end 5erdmn hane in Melbouone. L'namaied beth, lawetoriee, sink, etc. John Dalnk and Son, 4 (only) Beusk aim % weso, Mel hum-4a-(n1S3 L. Stevenson & Sons Limited, OosnmYent the btut. L. *33V31U0V and 3036, Mned oflee 14 FIladrar Lms EKisi, UImbm. Inctororated nodae sCosIgnebi Ubtnie.I. D~al'Tnnt: 1~ lb. Hon. 0. H. Jame.. N.I.; the Hen. Siwaro tglofl 5. Lloyd Hobeet. Req. 3. Mnnagmitb In addition to Chs odinaay blneee. wilt be pre i1NDONlb for ALt. CLA.~e ad MKONANBDI8I GRNOtdS dbeer ter RtTINO Br.ltlNO. 'he eoepey se open tn eninr depoet farombls a... O5O1O1 arit/1 9O1/ >lae i feeoewabt. emeee. 1. 0. Itatt tts~rsr Naawol ,Lodo ALBERT- BUILDING SOCIETI BLIND 0? DMUaONI ROWARD WAthUI. bq. J.P... Oabmae. J.A. WITCU1. Gila. Tie tl ~rm~a Honn. IR..DRINEAM, 3.3. JoHN samosa. eq. . J. LAUBDON. rq. 5.1. A. E. M"LENNAJ. 01718 IUPOiAL-ADVAVAIITO ISVBSlORS. DEVOItOoar. and BORq)ROlt3. ILad d...

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SHIRE OF MALVERN. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 September 1888

SHIRE OF MALVERN., Malvern, a suburban. municipal township, with telegraph station, sav- ings bank, post'and money order office, 5¼miles east of Melbourne, extending from the fifth to the ninth mile post, along the north side of the Melbourne and Gippsland railway line. Access- ible to Melbourne by frequent trains to and from Malvern, Armadale, Caul- field and Toorak stations. fares to 'Malvern station, 5d and 4d, return 7½d and 6d. There are also buses running at short intervals along High street and Commercial road to Prahran the adjoining city, fare 3d each way. It is pleasantly situated, stands on very high grounld thus giving good drainage facilities, and from the sum- mit of the hill a very extensive and pretty view of Hobson's Bay, Mel- bourne, Prahran, St. Kilda, Brighton, and the surrounding country meets the eye. The more favored sites have been chosen for the residences of mer- chants and professional men, and they are studded with palatial mansions and handsomne villa an...

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 29 September 1888

A&GRUOULTURAL NOTES. A very important experiment in the lntarest of larmers e? d grter. residing at a loeg dietnme by ril from marke is about to be tried i. New Sooth Wales. In btha eolony the prmdoeer, owing to the moat fertile dietrin? beiag sitoated at a gwat die tanea from the seaboard, cod that the freights which theRsllway Department find it nteesary to charge in order so just cover the aeol of working exipecso are so bhevy that the cost of the transit of their prodane to she seaboard robt them of all their prodia. The only reedy ties in the lnteodnetion of a aheaper yserm of railway management, so as to enable the Railway Department to can mldershly redoea the freights without ronnine the tales i o aloe. . Some wew light railsay trucks have reesenly been designed, eel it is She inteetlto of the Railway Deoartmenl in the sister colnoy to milks a til of a number of tbhese as a tbrogh goods trian ftrm some dislesl atioon a the southern or weatern line. The average eel of...

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ALMOST A MINOQUE. (DISTRICT F[?] PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 29 September 1888

ALOsMOST A MINOQUE. .- +mHr ers rime.) 'How d. yua like my new drea?, inqured -' do ison ofe hier hanb d. 'Isle' it a little- ' No. is i'?. Now, Alfred. I thiak y e're Jln beeond. I' a the new goloer, eminld and 'Te, dew, but I wa nl o?ol as In eoa-' ON, hnew Tbhat It let th 4mle1 ought to wer. If it was t?t horrid Is orn would think it lovetl* ' Btl I dide t mean-' * Tee. you did, toe. You're mues eanogh 'eo arYthlag. And you've nmv anotiod my new chip hat, ahbe•. Ye.im leov I thought--' ' To teghkt I Of coase yoa did-that it maken men look hightfol. I-I- Leb, sob)- decdre. ItW to-oa b-a d' 'If ya'd ely let me speak--' SSpeaek I Why, what eten have you dome for the lsel half hor-jest to iAd halt. too. with eveorthblI had oa! What' that A di?mnd for my biuthday pomenl t Oh. jon dear. oreolan old sweat I Why didn't yousay o., anotteas ame oal oonId not imagine what oea wManted to 4a. HUmrAui (groaning): 'Th rbhenmatim in my leg is comis an gal.' Wife (with eympathy) 'Oh, I am an serm...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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THREE STAGES IN LIFE'S DRAMA (FIRST STAGE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 29 September 1888

TLREE STAGEi IN LIFE S DRAMA faner arsa.) RHe What a naleace girls are. She walked .f wish my tools tomad her wrat?led doli' an-tue sad tables with, and now there's my neet saw broke, sand the edge take off all hoeother things. U~ - She: I wish there weas n baos In the world, that I do. Nasty thIngs the· y pol everObingl. fl' turane my work bEo topsy ntrvt, lote my thimble and mined my em bsoredmy ateso cattiag outs ttllp ell for his NeO: Hee. give me the hammer sad uails. Pet; that is mas awork. I osantbear to i: these daeta littdenIerso wielding elsmqr er. abetes's mee. Yesa of eoasae you as. do is tbneasaieh dOrtig. I know that; bet do you hink I am a tor to lN you doit while I sand byand look oa I era. S -, Yea ? w ? the batten on yor plee No, dseeset, tbht is o weeese and amy privilear, Now doe's be tooeliu; ive me your siemo. A wonmbais no woman it she ae?se ss he needl ta .. le: Th's, t*,.at' of now, ad ihats the !set so.. 1i neo es asking y?u those three wuen to attend to my...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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A GREAT RELIEF. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 29 September 1888

A GREAT RELIEP: E:Aplord: Sir, I would like to speak to you a mment upon a very serious matttr. Meaehan: Don' bother me. Emplo6yb: But- Meraant : Go away to your work, I ma! Emuplo) : I want to aak your toosent to my mariage with your daughter NErite, cad- ereebant : O? . is that so o Take ber, my 'oy and may God ble you both I I bohght you were going to asuk or an increase -o atory.

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HIS FIRST VIEW OF THE CABLE CARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 29 September 1888

HIS FIRST VIEWOF THE CABLE OART. Farmer Oateske (who hua just arrived in nwto, to his friend Scroa) : Bless my soul I there Roes a car without horses. cros : Dont need' any ; it's the cable as, and the man on the pleatfom rs it. Outrak : Shuo Yo don's say ? Wnt a poe'fulI ttong chap be mosi bel

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