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THE CASHIER'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 17 September 1887

TILE GASIEIELC S STORY. ' 1,iae tried timi and again to reaisn my self out6f it17 " I 'on't like the idea of going through life acknoiwledging that I am in Idebted:to the supernatural, for my very exist ence. :,1 am not, going to believe it now if I cait findl:unyother way of accounting for my lcin~iher; insteaid of at the foot of a!grave. stonie o oit on il;te ill yonder.". We had been disclus~ing spiritualism before the open !fire ,in; Charley's room, and had drifted, from, arguments on the condition of the dead to ishe relation of incidents of.a mysterious chariicteer influencing the lives of the living. , - xi -s"I don't like tolfigure as a creature of the •mysterils," OCharley.continued, "because it seems to commitme to a belief in all sorts of outlaidish and uhniatural things-to enclose me in an atinosphere altogether une-arthly; but my only relief seems to lie in an utter re. pudiation of an occurrence too real anil too productive of practical results to be repu diated, so. y...

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

Colleges and Schools. " FINIS CORONAT OPUs." i BRIGHTON -,LADIES' COLLEDGE (" Ellesmere,") ST. ANDREW STEET= ' -. I Nesr the Town Hall PRINCIPAL: MRS. J. HAINES, (Late of Clifton 1ill Ladies' College), :i For'several years teachei , undcr, the Board of Education, Assisted by MISS A. E. COX En : glish Literature andntlathematics, : ýW !dBRISTO6WE -EsQ., .A. French and German; SOTTtO rVIILLER: 3 JONES EsQ. h::.! - anoforte, . JAMMONID,EsQ ., .. Miss B:URB? TT, R, AM.,?, Mis. ORB, anidi. Miss A. E COX S".:" .. .:. C.alisthenics, : ,. . MissEs 'DICK -ind MOON Re sident Governess: MISS"A, E. CON.' S °-I.TERMS:.: :::. : : (Payable in adyance) Day Pupils: English (ns below), also Languages '.. Onedto Four Guinens per Term :Resident Ppiliis i(under 12 y.irs English (as, below), also Languages,, Music, and Paiinting , :--:: Twelve Guineas per Term Resident Pupils (over 12 ye?rs): English. (as below). also Lan?uages',; Music, and Painting ... S Fifteen Guineas per Term: ENGLISH' in its :vario...

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A MYSTERY OF THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 17 September 1887

A MYSTERY OF THE SEA. A tropical night on the Pacific ! The sky is studded with stars, which are mirrored in the vast dccp heneath. There is just enough air to keep the " Dolphin" moving at a quiet rate, and the passengers are gathered upon deck to enjoy the matchless evening. A short distance away stand two.lovers Edmund Prescott and Florence Harris-look-. ing out upon the ocean, and meditating and conversing upon the scene. " How different this sky from our northern firmament I" remarked the latter, after.?a pause. " I can 'ardly recognize my favorite constellation. The Southern Cross is beauti ful but then I miss the others. Urea Major' has entirely disappeared, and as for the Minor bear, scarce a star of.him.is visible." At this observation, which. was intended for no ears in particular, Adollihus Fitzgib heon aroused himself. "Aw-what's that, Miss Harris? Aw I have you seen bears at sea 1" " Yes, and monkeys, too," was the quick but good.natured reply. All of us laughed, while ...

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

Death. HUNT.—On the 14th of September, at her father's residence, after a short ill- ness, Elizabeth Ann, the youngest daughter of W. H. Hunt, Brighton, aged twenty-   two years. Beloved by all who knew her.  

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The Leader. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1887. MEDDLING AND MUDDLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 17 September 1887

JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1887. MEDDLING AND MUDDLING. FOR many years the affairs of the Moorabbin Shire Council were con- ducted in a peaceful and efficient manner. Seldom was a note of dis- cord heard, or the slightest trace of embittered feeling manifest. All at once the Council Chamber and the West Riding is turned into a scene of excitement over severance. We felt it our duty, in the interests of the public and of the whole shire, to put the break on Cr. Sparks, and are entitled to some credit, at any rate, for the humiliating defeat of his favorite and pet scheme. Of course any journal that dared to criticise, or oppose the projects of this Sir Oracle must expect to meet with all the opposition he, and the enlightened journal that sticks to him through thick and thin, could manage to raise. Fortunately the " bite" was not equal to the " bark- ing" and so we managed to get on very well without his patronage and in spite of his efforts. We should not have again tro...

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Novelist. DAYS OF CRIME AND YEARS OF SUFFERING AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY. (Reprinted from "The Australasian" of 1867 by Special Permission.) CHAPTER XV. PRISON LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 17 September 1887

Novelist. DAYS OF CRIME AND YEARS OF SUFFERING AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY. (Reprinted from "The Australasian" of 1867 by Special Permission.) CHAPTER XV. PRISON LIFE.   The first week I was in Newgate a boy not more than ten years of age was placed in my ward. He was crying bitterly when he entered the ward; and as nearly all the other prisoners laughed at what they termed his snivelling. I attempted to   soothe him, and inquired the cause of his tears. The little fellow told me he had been employed as an errand boy at some military tailor's shop, and that one of the men had given him a couple of epaulettes to take to some place. As he was on the point of leaving the shop, the foreman saw him with the articles, and asked what he was going to do with them. He told him they had been given to him to take out for one the men; but when the     man was referred to, he denied the state- ment of the boy, and swore he knew nothing about, them. It seems the man ha...

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Sketcher. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 24 September 1887

Literary Self.Estimates.-That genius is seldom underestimated by its possels:r is Sprtyertby_- any noteworthy " examples. Southey and Londor both appreciated their own literary work at its highest value. Wordsworth nourished in his reaset a sub lime self-complasceney, and, in spite of adverse ciiti~iisms wrote calmly on, "in the full as surance that.his poems would be unpopular, andin the full assurance that they would be immortal. Byron was no batter jndg, of his own' poetry than he was of other people's; 'His "Childe 'Harold's Pilgrimage" -he thought inferior to his " Hints from Ilor ace," a feeble imitation of Pope and Johnson, which hezepeatedly designed to pnblish, and was Wvitheld from doing only by the aolici ta:ions of his friends, whom, to his astonish menl~she:could never bring to think of the matter as he did. "There are two things," said Dr. Johnson, "which- I am confident I can do very well'; one is an introduction to any literary work, stating what it is to , on ;tajn;...

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PROTESTANT ALLIANCE FRIENDLY SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 24 September 1887

PROTESTANT ALLIANCE S- FRIENDLY SOCIETY. THE quarterly cummunoned meeting, of the Loyal Cheltenham Lodge, ,No. 40, P. A.F.S., was held last Monday evening, 19th inst., at tile Protestant Hall; a faii number of members attended. The ordinary business routine having been disposed of, the adjourned ceremony in connection with the installation of the following officers, el ected at a previous meetitng for the entuing term, was. pro ceeded with:--Bros. W. M'Knight, G.W.M.; J. Lowden, D.D.M., ofliciating; Bro. T.Cochrane, W. . ; B o. G. Barker, D.M.; Bro. F. M'Kittriclr, S ; Bro. B. Beazley, T.; Bro. G. Keys, C.; Bro. Martin. S.E.; Bro. F. Sitpson, J.E.; B-n. B. Bliocox, I.G.; Bro. J. W. Cowan, O.G., wh.., being duly invested occupied their various seats. The secretary also read the Anniver sary Celebration Cominittee's report, in timatintg that in order to entsture thorough success they had engaged several metro politan leading comic, sentimental and other talent for their concert, and t...

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SUB-COMMITTEE MEETING. Present—Crs Newing (president), Holland, Hartle and Langdon. APPLICATIONS FOR OVERSEER. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 24 September 1887

SUiB COM MITTEE 31EETINLT. ': Present Crs' 1.ci in (jpr si dent), `Hol. hbad,Hatrtle and Langdoni.j ,, *1APlLIC.ATIOJS FORt OVEILSEEtII. z The; secretary ;presented, applicationti fromn over o50 persona for the position of overseer, theo being fri itl engineers , oin tractrsr miners, clerks shipwrights;,dog fanciers 'and a variety of other 'trades .and .cllings. 'After;a :careful scrutiny of, the te~ti 'iononials the applicstionsa:were redicd! to :fie, viz. Messrs C. T. \VWod, F. .G. Johisoir, W. A." Gay, P. Smith and Jas. Gotirlay. and these gentlemen were to be i?i?ited by the secretary to meet the sub coninlittee at noon on Monday. 26th inst. at the Municipal Room of the Eichange, -i.M elbourne; when, after a personal initr view. they will select from the five two or i:, .yre of the mest eligible and snhbmit their a?tmes and testimonials to the full council tmeeting o T hitaday. 29th inst. The sub-commtittee then' formed. th'eiP Selves into the Fuhlic Works.Conimittee i i draw up...

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Poetry Cowslips. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 24 September 1887

Cowslips. When mistsbcside the river kneel, Like still gras nuns at matins, And catkins o'er.the willows steal;.i ; r: All dressed in silvery satins,, i Before the soldier reeds unbind Their si?ords to tilt against the wind.' Before the grass begins to toss, Its pretty fancies trilling, Or buttercups find yellow floss Enough to make their frilling, :The cowslips sit in golden crowds ;, i . IBeneath dim April's frowning clouds. Along within the fields they hide; No lover that way lingers; The aiders by the brooklet's side SIA?noi " bwirvntheirldng r?iWn fingers ; 'OnWld6ely robin, oi the wvin~, is calling plaintively for Spring. E il bre Ain gadth As any Summer beauty ; - -They ask no rosy holiday;---- :- - Theyasmileifor that's their duty.. And all the rieads.v's gladness lies Within their brave and shining eyes. lbhey promise days in one bright wreath SOf blbbm and sunbeam?s airy. . The sweetness of their fresh young breath They give tha showers td carry To lonely homesteads. near ...

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The Leader. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1887. THE "VAGABOND." [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 24 September 1887

JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1887. --: TUE'" VAGAON"D." Tis teisattile and much trai clea individual took upon himself the scelf-irinpsed 't isk opf iiforniiig an astoniished world and gtullible " press" that the late King Thakrim bau o Figit who was erstwhile' a llost voraciouIS' cannibal, only em1 based Christianity whein his teeth w?fg oie' aind' his digestion ilmpaireId. For this api-gramnmatic gem the "\Wcslcyan Spectator", ·obko the "Vagabosnd" severely 'to task ces ,pressing ithe, opinion that he :',had ntr tolled f fi rfront the tritth arid ?tas unuworthy of confidence.; As- the audinces'at his "lecture on " Canniii bals and Convicts" got .beaitifully less the cause of this melanicholy de cadence was ,sought in "the columns of the ?Spectator,' anid to soothe: lis -woundid fcehliissand. 'tdpleish llis treasury .il action was latinched for £2000 dainages:' The case was gone inito` this vecekianid a v erdict: recorded' foi')thboIplaintifftt for.i one ;farthing f 1cop...

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THE VERDICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 24 September 1887

THE VERDICT. Tier interest excited in the investi gation'into the causes of the de'ath of tie uunfortunate young wom'an Swain was' quite pheio?iOeniall in, its in tensity :and extent ,,?rom the sea Ieo •the Mn'iy~ for se er andasr this was the en-rossing,topib of conversation. E??ry: effort was?'inide to: secciro a most searching. investigation aind sheet the- hilt; flifmy'home no the right; quarter.,^ Suspicion pointed with iildex -finger for some d?iys to Captaii [oore, as he was'the lasd pi son sen i e tlh Vicotirn's society on tlEEnight of her nielalcholy ?.deat Buit little by1 little evidcnce canie.to the froint in thie1main , corrohorating the captain's versioni and pointing to suicide: T he jury, after painstaking diligenue, were un?ble to decide how the deceased got into the w~iter, and therefore gave an: openverdict, "butt with: two barbed stings that, must rankle and, fester - in the hearts of Moore and Flynn for iany' a..year to come: In the 'estiniation of thei jury. the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 24 September 1887

?avingan-Etensive Circulation throuohout..the Imnediate a(l Surounding Districts, our pcounns :aford .Uncc al(led Advantages for Advertisifig, :ard I , su LTrad esmen :Manufacturersi and others witlh the best :means of giving publicit to thlieit vaiOus trades and callinigs. p ,Y , ... _ ,. b PY n . . r ,:

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MENTONE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. (COMMUNICATED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 24 September 1887

'WMiITONE PRESBYTERIAN OHURCHE (COsyUNICATED.) splcndid musical mad itearydentertain ment. in aid of the building fund of the above church, was given in the Hall, Men tone, on uTdnesdeay evening, the 21st inst. There'was a"very-large attendance, all the available space being occupied. The hall w.s art sticallyand tastefully decorated for the occasion. Thiel irngrmmea was commuencel by a pitanoforte ~tkt W Misses , son L. Itav rederd4 wl feitr fs4osm sait spirit " Ilocaesclo's rstseelea""; Aied'v s firfSfred by /Ir. D? J. K?fsolf-'p fil. vsevCg rk dfedX of "AWarif:n'Wor JýllV'1 i ý5 i fthwfsutlesy very gracefully The Of Hssiatii- 15 Isa by the M ill"; her w.st6 'a: IWo Is?? ex WTr feet control, and the arnS a nr t se on~ elusion of her song gvez/ esadify em phatic encore to :whicrlh ste wstiagly re sponded. The next item on the programme was a Scotch re?ding entitled "An electric trip to London," by the Rev, It. M. Fergus. Those familiar with the liroad Scotch found Mr 'Fergis quite?...

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ANSWER THIS, [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 24 September 1887

ANSWEsn THis, -Did you ever know any personf torbe ill without iinaction of the stopnach, liver or kidneys, or didi you ever knIow°ibne?ho was. well iwhen either was obstructive or inrctivc?' and did you ever kniow, or hearof any, e?se of the kiid that Dr.h,Souelcs ??Ai mea?n' H1oi iBitters would. not tcurn? A,-?'sk ?rou- neighobr the same 1iestioný Tiuies a rts, , ,; f' 1\t sT4 the1 Roya'i iail steainer, Elbe -.w 'eiii:: efitted w'ithi inow ongimes, one of= rtihW bilTrs burst. causisng ati dcathi of asino piersons uid s r ijur to seal others. A snfusiateditoh M ibt iMohndy sot fi, 1to ýtie ar mudt snd 'of thin Lillie Sridge groussds, W' t TKuisiitigton, in coneequence iof aimatcthl etween. the: lsprit runners u itchiFns and Gent.

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LAWN TENNIS. Cheltenham v. South Brighton. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 24 September 1887

LAWN TENNIS. . Cheltenham s;. South: Brighton. Played Sept. 10"h at Cheltenham and resulted in a' victory for the local team by 35 games. Messrs Coistophan and `T. Chandler (C.) .beat '.essrs Cripps- antd Clayton (S.B.) by 10games to 2 ; and also Messrs Daff and Smith (S. B.) by10 games to 1. Messrs H. O Comport and S. Chandler (C.) beat Messrs' Cripp aind Clayton (S.B.) ty 10 games to 0 ; andalso Messrs Daffnil Smth (Sa B) iy 1 ganes to 2 Totals-Cheltenham, 40 ; South Brigh ton, 5. Cheltenham v. Carlton (ladles.) SPlyed Sept. 14th at: Cheltenham and resuiited itn a v:ictory' for Carlton "by 8 games. Misses Elliott and Newman (Carl) beat Miases Htnter aniid Gd:C Comport (Chel.) by 10 games to 5; ;ibut were beaten by Misses" Fraser and C. Comiport (Chel.)' by -games to 7. . 'Misses Gcerschel:anud Mactin (Carl.) beat Miessea Fraser, and' C . Compoit (Chel) :by : games to i; and also Misses Hunier 'and G. Comport (Chel.) by lOgames to 7. b 0 mtTotals-Carlton; 37:; Cheltenham, 29. : A?m...

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Hurlingham Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 24 September 1887

HuIrlliHlgham Cricket Club. The following are the fixtures for the H?irlinghiam Cricket Club, for: the season 1887-8 - Oct. `8; O8hborne, at :Albert 'Park ;'15, Acadia, at! Hurlinghrm ;..22, vncnt ; Nov. 5, North Brighton 2nd, at Elsternwick; '12, Boundary, at Hurling2 ham 10?:All Saintsa . N.? atSt. Kilda; 26, Osbourne; at Hudrlingham; Dec.-3, Smith' Yarra 2uid, at South Yarra 10; Brighton Union, at 'Hurlingham; 17, St. Johtu's, at`Hurlingham ; 24, Brighton Juniors,at Hurlingham ,;'Jan. 7;Arcadiau, it'Albert Paik ;'Jan 14,' Richinoud Hill, at Albert 'Perk ; 21;KNorth BriLhton.2nd, at'HBirli gim ' 28, -Grosvener, at St. Kilda;' F0h 4, Brighton Uniin, :'at Brightoii ; 11, Br;ghton ' Juniors, at Elstenwicrk i' 18,' Boundary, ant Albert Pirk; , 25, St. 'John's, atToorak ; "?iar. 3; Paper Mil's,a at- Military Reserve; 10, Vacant; 17,'East: Brighton, 2nd, at Ilur linghamu; 24, S:. Luku'a, at Turlirhghaln; 31, All Siiit's C.- U.; at Hurlsnghalni; April 7, Brighton Juniors, at Hurling hail...

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Boys' Column. Fooling with a Panther. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 24 September 1887

------ . .../ . = ,-' ooli l ?wit"tl a Peansthee. -."When I was a lad of ten," says Silas Smith, an old pioneer of Wisconsin, "my father removed to this state from New Eng land, and settled about three miles from Madison. The place was a village then, and a Email one at that, and I remember once seeing a deer running down the main street with a dozen dogs after him. The road from the village to our clearing was little better than a path. There were only two farmers having oxen and waggons, and eso there was little use for roads. Just at the edge of the woods outside of the village was a leg barn belonging to a storekeeper named RItbrts. That was the last building we passed Es lok home, and the first one come to as we entered the village clearing. From that stable to my father's house, three miles, there was only one break in the forest, and that was only a ten acre clearing. "After having passed over the route several times with my father, I was permitted to travel it alone when any...

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Cheltenham Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 24 September 1887

C ieltelnhamn Cricket Cluib. The lifteenth, annual meeting of the Cheltenham Cricket Club was held in the Old Protestantt Hall, on Monday, the 12th Sept., 1887, Mr. W. M'Knight in the chair. The report was read and adopted. It showed that the first eleven had played 17 natches, winning 9, drawing 4, and losing 4 LThe ecud eleven playit g only 5, losing 3, and winniig 2.'. The baitiing average uas ?rn by lr.. R. Wuff; ith 14.8 to the innings, id the bowli?g by Mr. S. Chandler with 5.7 per wicket; closely fullowed by Mr. R Wnft with 5 9 per wicket. The Heatherton and Chielten ham clubs wound up tlie season by hold ing a diiner at Mrs. Morris' Exchange Hotel, where a mostenjoyabie evening was spent. StMitch regret wiss expressed thlat since the season closed Mrs. M1noris, one of their best supporters, hal passed away and. tlhe. t heetbers .ould greatly miss her inatny kinduesses. The ciub played one peculiar tmatch egainst the Black Rack teatn MIr. W. 1 Kl'.ight and H1 Sparks captained...

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Mordialloc Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 24 September 1887

.lorl? ialloc" Cricket 'Clb.' . iii. p"eiiti i ition of prizcs i' con inectioii 'iithl the :iabove cllb tdok place oit .OWehdnosday evening, Sept. 14th,'., ati the Bridge Hotel. , The meeting furhlie enrollment of me]t beis was lheld at Mr Milhlinhan's hop, ihein thirty-thlice joined the club, aid, ait the iinitation of the 'resi dent (Mr Sheppard).. the nmemnberii lproceeded to thle Hotel and sat ddwnl to a splendid repast, durin.' which the prikes were 'pinosented' to the `'suc cessful winners b3:, Ms Shepiiard as follows :-3Mr Crook's prize (a hand sonic cight-day clock) to E. M'Qfiieeli' for' bitting averaige, whoo also weion IMrs Shelpp id's prize' (a bat) for highlest individual- score; and also secretaiy's' piiie ° (lectio-plated his-. cuit :barrel).:for.t iirt scoreo .of i100. iruns. Mr D. Brownfield. for second hatting avertgeCi n lI Milhliinan spriz (a b-t.) Jolii oberts foS bestibowl ;ig average, OCi r Siphvin's pri iz ( a uiLinea t) TWin ileid, Msr Shelppad's i iiwlhi?i ...

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