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A FIGHT WITH TRHEE ELEPHANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 29 September 1888

A FIGRH WITH TRHRE u the S ELEPHANTS. to' 5BT M. ROmt ,"AuoakD., . - .- wil (FROoM Vaera a a - -i Tre vl About tfoo o'clock Gobo woke nie up, and , told me' thi the head man 6f one of Wa-nba's ola krale had arrived to see me. I ordered him bit tobe bought up, aud dresentlr be camp, a o0 little twizned;' talk=tive old man,, with a Saist.cioth round his middle, and a greasy, ut frayed 'karoes made of the akiue of rock -he rabbiteover his shoulders. in1 I.. told him to eit down, and then abuseed t Shim roundly " Wha- did he mean," I asked m " by diatucbing mein thiio tode way. How did -hb I he dae to'canae a person of my quality and aiz evident imuportsbce to be awekeued in orde'r til Sto interview his entirely coutemptible sell ?" car I' poke thus because I knew taatit would to produce an Impression on him. Nobody I Sexcept, really great mar, be would a.gue, ano a would data.to speak to ham in that lashon. gre Most arvages are deepersce balli's at beart, the a' ? look on ins oleoce a ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BLACK BLOOD: A PECULIAR CASE. BOOK II. CHAPTER XIII. IN HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 29 September 1888

BLACK- B'LO:O'D : A PEOULTAR CAOE. Br OEORGE MANVILLE FBNN, s Auhorof ' The Mster of the -Ceremonies, T ' The Parson of Domfead ,'c .. t BOOK II. CRAPTER XII,. "r osutrrAL.-. I'blieve he feels like ifather to. all the - chap asm oon as they're ill.' said eork Thompson to Dick,:i e they both saluted the t colon-i, who passed thgm rapidly in company h With Opastth iller, and made his way to the ii hospital ahem Rob lay insenlible upon the i narrow tuckle bed in. tbe whitewashed g room Well, dooor,' be geld, after giving a a, pleasant. greeting to the neas, grey, elderly of women who was playing the part of nurse, . and who drew back to the o:her side of the ,oom. Well, colonel, .very ugly case, said the e, N' row, my dear Miller, said the doctor, as tLhe colonel went to the bedside and stood o -gazing down on the ghastly face of the young iii recrui p n which the ashy bahues of death of -seemed gatherine, while the eyes looked nuaLken and strange-' my dear Miller. did H ou eer know me...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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THE LADIES COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 29 September 1888

..E LAtIlRE COLUM . Br Vtra. A study of Bog loh journals during the 'ast fee years howes tas a great change ha nakra place in the manner in which English 'dJpers eamduet their business. Wl sat in all trades there it a tendency to divide labour, and to train wo.kera or parteuluar br?cohes, thae system of .peelllating dil appears when the goods ore ready for nec Draper'eshop. are no longer setatllehmente r? the purchease of wearing apparel only. . bat emp orlnme where drapery, furniture, jewellery, ptatedware, toots and sboee, all' that large els. eof articles known as "fancy goods." and toys, can be tparthased. The advineages -of haviog all lhiugs necessary for a household and its scrunbers under one roof are msnlfold. It wvaes the time and strength of the par r auser, and it enables her to make every Ibiog harmonise in her house, carpets wsrtain, chbina, and gowns. The mark d Smprovement in house farnishiog that bear taken plae of late hI probably due to the inovartion et having all...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 29 September 1888

:: UN:RO.? BAILIJlEU. '-'Aiiuctioneers and Estate Agents. rq ", Branch Office- - ' HORNE STREET, ELSTERNWICK;. Auction Sales Conducted in Town or`"' ,Country ;, .RENTS COLLECTED; _.? s).. S$? . Agents fori the Federal; Building }.Society. 1WE have severalrick and Weatherboard+ :;oVillas and Cottages :to Let 'and for'Sale inl the immediate neighbourhood.: Also Allot-. ments of Land for sale in the best positions Full Particulars may be obtained at the Office as above. B.- a SEARLE,' Local Manager., f UBEAR & STEYE-NO.N iLand, Estate, & Finan e Agents. . i LARGE AND SMALL SUMS OF MONEY S, . TO LEND. ': r Sald DuringSS 1888 over £600,000, Owners Having RlOPERTIES'FOR SALE S hould Scnd Partielar,' PATENTS REGISTERED. INVENTIONS IMPERIAL CHAMBERS,, t BAS1K PLACE" - Off 718 COLLINS ST. WEST, ...... CITY. C .O LiNMURRAY, HOUSE AND : LAND' AGENT, . NORTH, ROAD, (Between Asling and Cochrane streets), NORTH BRIGHTON. ;: S"JAS. Properties' For Sale and To, Let, -., 1. situate i...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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OAKLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. Thursday, Sept. 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 29 September 1888

OAKLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL, Thursday, Sept. 20. Present: Ors Wilson (president), Lay idgo, Leonard, Armstrong, Binns, Wilkes, Taylor and Beggs. CORRESPONDENCE. From Mr. Hendersan,' secretary of the MAunicipal Association, stating that the next meeting would be held on the 27th inst.-The President was ap. pointed to attend. From the Treasury Department in timating that the government subsidy for Oakleigh amounts to £662 7s 11i. -Received. 'From the 3Borough of Flemington, 'asking the co-operationi of the Oak leigh shire council in the removal of the abattoirs, &c.-Received. From the Post and Telegraph De partment, stating that it would be too expensive'to grant the concession of the loose bag as requested. The addi tional cost would be. £44--Received, several councillors expressing their suprise as it was intended to benefit parties living immediately beyond the present .hounds. An intimation was thrown out to interview the Postmas ter-General on the question. From same re change...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 29 September 1888

PBOS PEOTUi8 Of the . Moburg & Campbellileldand Company Llniited, TO 1S B NIIUIIED UwOna ITHE Co?PAZiS' oapital £1,000,000, in 200,000 Shares of £b each. The first isese, now offered to the publie, is 100.000 shoare, of which 80,000 will be Staken, paid up to £8 per share. by the Vendo of the properties to be purhabseed by the Gompamr, i? part payment of the purohae-mosey, leaving 50,000 to be sub ribed for by the )ublic in the following manneor : 2., Od per share on Application, Oes per share on Allotment,. And 2.. Od per share monthly until 8 per share is paid up. It is not anticipated that any farther eosi ill be rlequired but should any be made ther will et oeaceed S. fd. per share, or be at iitervae of leoe than Two sosens Prferstoal or Promoters' Ihsr i~ wil be.Issued. Al shares will be allotted aecording to ?i of application_ the earlier applicatoons vlor.tbe felice alUotmeat. texPosnar OmIar or Trs OMOPANY: PtemierBuildings 54osllins st. L PKOVIIIONrA. DmWO0TOS IRe.V...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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CAULFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. Thursday, Sept. 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 29 September 1888

CAULFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. Thursday, Sept. 13. Present 'Crs. Ballanityne (president), Cotton, Griffin, Grimwade, Hartle, Hamilton, Le Page, Long, Looker ' and Stephens. CORRESPONDENCE. From several residents complaining of the disgraceful state of a riglit-df way near what is knbown as Victoria Terrace.- After some discussioil it was decided to enforce the conditions of the Health Act From Dr. Irwin the health officer to the shire asking for an increase in'his salary.-Agreed to £10 10s per quar ter being the amount of the increase. From Cr Cotton tendering his re signation as a member of the public works committee, he assigning as a reason that he had all along strongly condemned the principle which allowed a -section of the council to transact such important business. He was in favor of the public works committee being composed of the whole council. -The resignation was after some con siderable discussion not entertained. THIE GARDEN VALE ESTATE A very lengthy discussion took place o...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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SHIRE OF CAULFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 29 September 1888

SHIRE OF CAULFIELD. Caulfield, a suburb:n municipal township, with telegraph station, u- v ings.bank, post and money order office, 64 miles south-east of Melbourne, through which the Brighton Beach, Gippsland, and Mordialloc lines of railway pass, making it thus accessible to -Melbourne from several, points. There are also 'buses runniiig at short intervals along Glen Huntly road from Elsteihiwick station to Glcnl Hunitly, fares .3d eacnl way, anothler bus' runs from Windsor station, calling.at Bala clava, tol'the Caiilficld shirie hall, fares Gd and 3d, according to the distance. The suburb is pleasant and healthy and during the past year or two has, so, increased in importanco that it! may be said to be a leading suburb. It lies between the nmunicipalities *of Prahiran, St. Kilda, Malvern, Brighton, Oakleigh and 3Moorabbin, and possesses many picturesque spots. Its contour is of a gently undulating character, and many extensive 'and- commandingI views of sea and country are to be ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 29 September 1888

Colleges and Schaels, &c.' M ISS SPYER, late of Toorak, certifi ± alscated- pupil of Madame Madeline Schiller, is now prepared to resume tuition in Muiic at' her own-or pupils' residence. Terms ,n application; "Embden," Landcox streetNoith.:Brighton, near the residence of the Hon. Thos. Bent, M.L.A. Special Advertisements. EDWARD W. HUBBARD, HOUSE, LAND & ESTATE AGENT, . 17 Rothschild Chambers, 47 COLLINS STREET WEST, Desires to .all i-ttention 'o' 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. Caulfleld:"'North road estate, adloining sta tion; North road grand business site; vills sites in Orange, Lillimur, Katandra, Leila aiid Ullpna roads, good dopths. C alfieldb - Edward'street, Kambrook Park Estate. Allotments close to station and tram. Fine high land. Cau...

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THE LEADER. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, SEPT. 29, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 29 September 1888

-C& THE LEADER. S .JUTIE TO ALL. SATURDAY, SEPT. 29, 1888. The Re-distribution of Seats; Bill was on Tuesday evening last -under the consideration of the Legislative -Assembly. The Premier moved the second reading of the measure in a speech of an hour and a half's duration, listened to attentively, but without any indication of enthusiasm from the Government supporters., The Premier was -followed by3; 1r Munro and Sir Bryan O'Loghlen. To them ! Ir. Pearson replied, and the debate was adjourned, on the motion of Mir, Bent, . ntil Tuesday, oný the tinderstanding that the house would proceed with the estimates in committee. of supply that night and Thursday. The great majority are content to-abide by the general principles of the Government scheme, but they say the Bill will require amendment in committee. The Government, Mr. Gillies stated, had been induced to take :the subject up in consequence of the numerous dis paraties .thath, ad been created in many electorates, owing in...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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WOMEN'S BUSTLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 6 October 1888

WOMENS BUSTLES. How moch tin, do *omen lose In the year by wearing buetle. ? An igenious aaneger o a shirt factory in Amerlo,, who has loaned a mandate against the wearing of bustles by his empi+oy6. justiflea bhi drano. esa law by the followiog onloolation: '- A girl will arra?ng her bustle five times a day, ooapymg ons monats'e time whenever she does so, and that makes a Iu of five minuees. When there are twelve girls it means the lose of an hoar. Then t-ey will leave the shop five times more, which takes floe mlnutes each -ime. That makes twenty-five nlonu es. or. jon might say, half an hour. Twelve girl,. each lolog bhalf an hon., means a loss of six hours, added to the boatle hour, makes seven. This means a grsat deal of mony when you are paying the girls by the week. sven hoars iday meons orty-two hours a -week." Takeag the butle-weasrlng ?opula. doo of London as one million only, the daily eloe ef time at this rate in London alone Is equal to more than fifty years I

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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THE LADIES' COLUMN. NEW MILLINERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 6 October 1888

- T'·EH-kIDIE8O(LsM Ta tix Vi*v) NEW iLLINERY. J oms obamlg pale colomu are ees m n the new bennets. There are greese hat s nde inso blens ; there is the ose tint. that blMeds so perfctly with meave, al the *hi greys that are meorely dheingnslable rum their garniture of white. Thee ame all woaderfulty adeotive, but they mu:s be warn by the right women. They are apeer.Uy be ming to a blonde, onle"c, iadeed, be has a o mplexion that lashes -i warm weather; and even then ase tiale tint. may be need on a boona -awvag a brim, provided the brim iran. a the faee emstably, and keeps the trytlo aendee well in the baokg ound. Besidea M.lare and *"modfiltd Empite boanet., ahb e are numberless charming example, of bse small, olose Prinoe.J bonnet, both in straw eel milicery copdpoellon. Thire is a great variety of pretty and useful habe and bonneta, eoi'able for the fine, brig)t days that are not far off Amon.et the moas attraccive of these are the bonnets of a?nie. net, or lace, made so light ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 6 October 1888

M UNRtO BAILLIEU:. Auctioneers and Estate Ageits:. Branch Office HORNE t STREET,. ELSTERNWYIOK. Auction Sales Conductedl in Town or"::i R. :ENTS COLLECTED. Agents for the Federal Building: Society. ' WE have several Brick and Weatherboard Villas and Cottages to Let 'aiidfor Sale ian the immediate neighbourhood:. Also Allot ments of Land for sale in the best positions on Easy Terms. . Fall Particulae r maybe. obtaind at the Office as above. R. SEARLE, SLocal Manager. BEAR t STEVE:NSON. Lan Est, ate, & naince Agents. LARGE whA SMALL SUMS OF MONEY TO LEND Sales During 1SSS over OO,o000oo,: Owners Having PROPERTIES FOIL SALE. Should Senld Particulars, PATENTS REGISEIERED. INVENTIONS - PROTECTED. '_r: ?~? " IMPE ER IA C HAMBERS, BANK PLACE, : Off .78' COL0LINS ST:' WEST, CITY. COL8N MURRAY, HOUSE AND LAND AGENT, NORTH ROAD; (Between Asling and. ;Cochrane .streets), NORTH BRIGHTON. HI AS Properties For Sale an;d To 'Let, L "" situate in Brighton,' Elsternwick;, Cheltenham, and sur...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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FORTUNE-TELLING IN FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 6 October 1888

FORIUNB.TELLING IN FRANCE. , " ortune telling' if evidently (eay. the Paris correepondent of the "Daily Tel graph") a prosperou profestlon still i . Franoe. seeing that the will of Madame Mirean, the oartomanolenne, whose death was recorded the other day, has been "proved"-So nm the English phrase- . under 600.000 framns. or L24.000 eterilla. . This was not- auredly a bad sum to hav , made simply uy telling empty-headed v petites dames, unophbtfcated seamstresms . ignorant servants, and gullible peasant wo- - men that when they turned up *he kin' g of hearts they would be sure to get a. good husband or ! protector" provided the monarchs features appeared uppermost; but that when the reverse was the aue "rocks. ahead" were to be apprehended-fcr it was out of this klod of onesense that Madams :. Mjreanwas able to live comfortablyon b;e i rentes of whioh the interest amounted to i L1,000 a year. The suppotiion is bthe the ' skillfol oartomanlenne was " well up " in the works of Etteila...

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CAULFIELD POLICE COURT. Monday, October 1. Before Messrs. Holland, Watts and Ballantyne, J's.P. UNREGISTERED DOGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 6 October 1888

CAULFIELD POLICE COURT. Monday, October 1. Before Messrs. Holland, Watts and Ballantyne, J's.P. UNREGISTERED DOGS. J. Richardson was proceeded against by S. G. Kent, shire inspector, for having two dogs on his premises they not being registered. Defendant denied the ownership and stated that since being served with the summons he had sent one away. He was finli 5s with 2s Gd costs. A DANGEROUS PRACTICE. George Alpin was charged by Con stable Jordan with leaving a danger ous obstruction without lights. The constable deposed that defendant had frequently been cautioned but took no notice thereof. He was fined £1 and cautioned against a repetition of the offence. AWAY FROM HIS HORSE. R. Mills, a carrier charged by Con stable Loorham with being away from his horse and vehicle was fined £1. FOUL-MOUTIIED CUSTOMERS: Charles Ruddings was charged by Constable Jordan with making use of filthy and obscene language in a public place. The evidence adduced was to the effert that late on Saturday...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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GLIMPSES OF FAMOUS MEN. ROCHEFORT, BALFOUR, BRETHARTE BOULANGER, PABNELL, GLADSTONE, AND VON MOLTKE. (BLAKELY HALL, IN THE "NEW YORK SUN.)" [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 6 October 1888

GLIMPSES OF FAMOUS MEN. ROCHEFORT,BALFOUR,BBETHARTE I BOULANGER, PAl?hIELL, GLAD r STONE, AND VON MOLTKE. (BnLAKLT rALLI. ThE i·aNEw vYORK cSN.)" One day to Paris my attention was attracted to a caf6 by a crowd of wildly r exciable Frenchmen surging around a email table, o., one aide of which satiHenry Roehefort smoking a cigarette and gazing r with rather a bored air as a neatly-ehod foos whiab he had crossee over his knee. Oppo else him, and leaning over the table, was a specimen of the genus actor in a tower. ing rage He was a member of Sarah I Bernhrdt'e company-the Emperor in SThdodora '-and he had been insulted with singularly plotresque and diverting bra tality by Rochefert in that brilliant Frenoh man'. paper. The actor's face warn livid, and his whole frame trembled as he shook his is e cnder Roohefort's nose, and called she journalist every name known to scilence, literature, and the stage. Roohefort did not reply. He considered it Unnecessary, as he had explained that mor...

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MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL. Tuesday, October 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 6 October 1888

MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL Tuesday, October 2. Present : Councillors A. E. Clarke, (President), Benson, Longbottom, Robinson, Woodmason, Mercer and McKinley. r CORRESPONDENCE. From the secretary of the Malvern cricket club conveying thanks for the permission granted them to use the recreation reserve and to form a rink. Received: From H. F. Singleton denying that he had placed any obstruction in the drain near his property as also that it was in a perfectly clean state, but 1 that some neighbors had utilised the drain for the deposit of rubbish. Re ceived. From Public Works Department in timating that several sums for public works had been placed on the estim ates. It was resolved to take steps to have one item increased from £200 to £250. C From W. G. Walker secretary A.N.A., asking the council to grant them the use of a room for the holding ofa public meeting. Granted on the usual terms. From the Malvern Brass Band, ask ing for the, use of the reserve for a public gathering on Hospital...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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ZYMINE TABLOIDS (FAIRCHILD). (Extractum Pancrestis). AS A FOOD AID IN INTESTINAL DYSPEPSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 6 October 1888

ZYMINE TABLOIDS (FAIRUHILD). (Exzranctm Pamormatis). As A Foon Am in IrmauraLr. Drerarama. Theae Tabluide constitate the only far ments, active in the ilteetine, ever introduces into medicine solel) and specifically s a digestive adjunct in intestinal ltdigeation. They sot by snpplementingthe weakened and perverted digestive functions with the ter ments naturally required, and the experienul of the profession concerniag their action appears in the fo lest sense etisfactory. In form they are oblate spherlda. They are pleasing to the eye, no trouble whatever to swallow, and mar be carr?d in the poeket by patients, always at hand when needed. each Zsmine Tabloid containe 3,. ofl Pre Zrmine (Fairctild) and presente the panco aio digestive fetmente;io a state of perfect purity. When the dyspeptic symptoms are of a most persistent type, ietensified the day following a heaery meal, with tenderness over the daudvinm--in short, when the suffeter becomes aware that he hee a digestive apparatu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 6 October 1888

?o?r 5a.d.m Dea? .. The ueweoft he oubreak of diptberia at Lismere has been immadiately fullowed by the sonouncement tha? no fewer tbha four desthshabve already reunl?l. This diMseas -nd typhoid have now. e.pecilly a seuammer Ia appsoachlng, to o epoidllylgaarded .geal. II we would escape she merrous rw.ponsiDbtlls of ezpoitg ourselves and our children to the nsseen bus dsedly dis.ass germs which fonss in the air we hrathe. It ii berefore urgepntl recommended that overy householder sees tha' closer., dains. eta. use kept swet and ,Sarymi by thed ely us of Huoter'.Od. ubN eisfofeou.nr. Tlo. erve here. Verya c .a by the balg, at Samuel Lrie', tram erminiu-s. VOulins street west-(ADn: ) Dona Throw 'war. Don's throw awe )our old spoons, forks, slvsen, sean a oooffee.-arvios., spsrgnse, coues. e. Ssod them so John Danke ano Son, 42 Botake stress west, elboorno. to be rc-plated equal So ew.-(ADvr.) 3amume . sulm and JisbrIel ite'ts. John Dank asod So.. 42(only) Bonrkeo treek weOs. Melbour...

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The Convict's Mother. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 6 October 1888

Th aConvloat eother. fow glad was I when irst I saw my baby's, face. And felt LIe srmall, frail fingers clasping. miner. I thought ol Mary I is n thebs manger place And wondered not aba Ihought her child divine Behind his prison bare he frown on me When the stern gaoler opens wide the bheavy door. In his pale face aend treacheroun eye I see , No trace of the deer child I nursed of yore;.. And ,et I love him as I never loved befhre- Live him with euch an agony of pain that evermore Mr sad ouI ceasees not to moan sad crvy With ~rasel'e King, ' Would God that I' migls die For thee, my son, 0 Absalom, my on l' -KATarasar S. MAows.

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