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CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 6 October 1888

CHURCH "SERVICES TO-MORROW. -4---·· Elsternwick.-Rev. J. Hay, 11 and 7 Cheltenham 3, 3Mentone 11, and Mordi alloc 7, Rev. R. M. Fergus, M.A. Caulfield, Rev. H. 11. sacartney, 11 and 7 Armadale;'Rev: F. Webb. 7 .Elsternwick, Rev. P. Bailhache. Malvern, Rev. C. J. Godby, 11 and 7. Oakleigh, Rev. T. H. Rust. Brighton Congregational.-- Morning Rev. F. G. B. Fairey, evening Rev. J. Rickard. fMalvern, Rev. C. Moon, 11 and 7. Oakleigh, Rev. J. F. Gannaway, 11 and 7. Christian Chapel-Brighton, 11 and 7. Cheltenham, Mr. Goodacre, 7. ? Union Church-0aulfield, Rev. J: Gregson 11 and 7. South Brighton Hall.- Mr. 3 Presbyterian.-Brighton, Rev. D. Gordon 11 and 7. Wesleyan Methodist-Brighton, 11,, Rev. C. H. lingnmells 7, Rev. J. B. Sinith: ' Mill Street, Rev. J. B. Smith 11, and Mr. Stone 7. East Brighton, -Mr.. Hawker ?1,. and Mr. Charles 7. South Brighton, Mr. Tregear 11, Rev. C. H. ingamells 7. Cheltenham, Mr. Wade 7. Mordialloc, - Mr. Lancasterll, and 7. Primitive iMethodist--Sodth Yarra,"Re...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. Friday, October 5. Before Messrs, Sprigg, Allan and Francis, J's.P. REMOVING SOIL FROM CROWN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 6 October 1888

S BRIGHTONl POLICE COURT. i , Friday, October 5. Before Messrs, Sprigg, Allan and Fran r cis;'J's.P. REMOVING SOIL FnROM CROWN LANDS. Fourl mene in Ithe0ei ploy of Mr Daly, contractor for' the 'Beaumaris tramway were charged with:removlng soil from Crown Lands. 'Defendants, who admitted the offence, were fined 10s each. - ANl UNRULY PET. Siephen Spiers was charged with allowing a dangerous dog to run at large. The evidence was to the effect that on the 9th of last month the dog made-an attack on a gentleman named C. Maine, and also on Miss C. Stone of Mill-street. Both were very frightened of the infuriated animal, and were with great difficulty rescued from him, the young lady having her dress torn by the dog, There were. a number .of young children in the immediate vicinity at the time. He was cautioned and fined £1 HIIE WOULD -NOT STUMP UP. Charles Tree, in answer to charges of, indebtedness to M?Messrs. E: ,J. Barneit, J. Miller, and J. N. Clarke; for rent, bread, and wood; not ...

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OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. Wednesday, September 19. Before Messrs Hare, P. M., Wilson, Jordan, Looker and Irving, J.'sP. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 6 October 1888

OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. .Wednesday; September 19. Before Messrs Hare, P.M., Wilsonn: Jordani, Lo6kei and Irving, J,'sP... INEBRIATES. B. O'Callagan for being drunk arid disorderly was catitioned and discharg ed. J. Sullivan anid R. McColl for. a similar offence was fined .5s. ;' W, .J. Browri for' being drunk whilst in charge of a horse was fiiied £2 to ;be levied be distress, in. default 7 days. STEALING SAND. Robt. Gillespie' and Geo; Mills, for reineving saiid from the reserve were ;fined £1 10s. alch. They' said they had a perinit to remove sand from the ichannels buiit it transpired that the 'permit was given some months pre vious and could not apply to the Reserve. .. i DISPUTED RATES. ' R. Elliot, rate' Collector' for" the shire proceeded againist Geo; Holloway for thie recovery of rates amounting to i£7t lOs. Mr. Wilmoth appeared for the defence and the rate-collector and Mr. MIartard coriducted' the case for the counci,. Mr. Wilmoth raised a technical objection that the defe...

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NEW SWEDISH RAPID-FIRING GUN "IRON." (ENGINEERING.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 6 October 1888

NEW SWEDISa BAPID.FLRING GUN (ENOGEzuIN.) -, At the Copenhagen Exhibition i shown the first specimen of a new Swedish rapa... firing gun, designed by Mr Herald Thros. sad manufactured at the large and eel. brated establishment of Finapongs, Stioc - brok, Sweden. Thls new gun attracts a considerable amount of attention. The FIoapoog gun is eapable of firing I& shboes p r minute with one man, while with two men It has a capalcty of one ?rhb every otlhr second, or 30 shots per minute. The gun exhibited at Copenhaages has a calibre of 47 millimetres its entire length is about 52 oalibres, and the distiano from the base of he projectile to the mouth of the brrel Is 40 ealibres. There are flde d:fLerent p.ojectiles shown at Copenhagen, viz, solid shot, steel bell, chilled point oasi. iron aheil, common shell, and shrapsel with 64 small projectiles: the weight I. the same for them all, vz., abort 3 31b (or 15 kIlo. gramme). The muzzle velocity is 2,1411i (657 metres) per scC'Jd wit...

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THE YOUNG FOLKS. MY PLUCKY BOY TOM; OR, SEARCHING FOR CURIOSITIES IN INDIA FOR MY SHOW. CHAPTER XXVIII.—'Look! Look!' [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 6 October 1888

THE YOUNG VOLKS:. MY PLUOKY BOY TOM; JR. SBAROHING FOR OURM ITIOr I m INDIA YOR MTY ROW. Br P. T. BeaseV. Carrua XXVILL-'Lo o! Lean I' But, sals It was all I. val. Landleg several pae away, with the poor filow held inrml his l jis the i delibeately trotted of i the Sdar m sad disappesred. The fMrlgn ad shouts had aroused Mr. Godlin and Zip, who bounded to Sheir feet, eaet with rifle in hean. They were just in time to esh a, vanish nlg allimpn of the beast, while the might ofe tom reas after .Athoor, who was brandibhing the tore over ?e head, Sold too plry th wl tragedythat had just aken Bfld there been any doubt of the meaouim of west they sew, the was none when the dspalring mry of the helplesn native rame to them from theb gleom of the might. The audacious lion had boldly entered the camp and run off wish oet of the hooters, scorning ihe utmost efforts of his friende to nsve the uftoluna ae victim. Unwilling to abandon Zcgg to hil fate, though eavryon felt there was not oet chanee...

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WIT AND HUMOUR. THE ONLY ROAD TO HAPPINESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 6 October 1888

SWIT ANlD HUMOUR. T8& ONLY ROAD TO HAPPINmI "lse. p- .* e esap (.tam a . with. hqim iseed with a snow). Wash your o in 0 btoa siitbout rubbing. nod saold imlIteim . yam wuid t ---. 8ole Wakeng, The Vioe're Boap mad O.adle ao., Gouirrmie of the Homeymoos-Bride: leuty, do you know that yon snot?' Be-demnnoa: 'N o; doll I'm very soy to hear it.' Bride (drilb): 'Bo as L An Irich Jnornal says :-'The following bill weu paeensd by •,m, er to $ gutleman in hbis town: "TO ]ooiugoyour poa btat died. Llr"' - . Os His Waoro Totn - Huasiad-I ent rooms or mreyselt sud wif.--lotel Clerk-Santo? Hursbsd-O rms she 1. - perfsoel lovely. The sweatest gid .is ,-msiaa A LAD: stood -haging on the strap of a seet ear,. when a workmsan is the far anmer some and itolitely oered he a seat. * I Shank you, she said in a very sweet tooe, 'bt I dirlike to deprive the only gemtleman in the car of a rst. Tam Whole BusisEes - Ooantrymsm (to der-Iee ye advertise outside "Every. thin' supplied for weddis'? Des...

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HINTS OF WONDERFUL DISCOVERIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 6 October 1888

HINtS OF WONDERFUL DISCOVERIES. Professor Geo'ge Davidson, of the United States Geological Survey, acoomoasied by several friends, visited the Lick Observa tory on Mount Hlmi ton recently, by invitation of Professor Holden. The night was a ap'endid one for observations, bua owing to the tact that 117 persons were also on the mountain, it being visitors' night, no length of time could be spent at the great telescope, as t;.at is always the great atrae tln for visitors, It was the first peep through the 36-inch refractor that Pro. f-seeor Davidson had enjoyed since the com p!e'e on of the observatory, and to say that he was pleased with the experience is only half putting it. "Ye., sir," be said to are. porter when spoken to about the matter. "It' Is the gr. atees and grandest Instrument l a ear h. I -m. not at liberty t6 divulge jusl now what I saw, and whit has already been accompbshed by the astronomers on V. unt Hamilton. That glory is for the astronomers themselves; and when they...

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

Hrapers and Grocers. X X LADIES, the New Goods. are just opened for the coming Season. Try and make it convenient to come and we them. I shall be glad to send you samples. The value this season beats all in the pst. Dress Tweeds, Checks and Plain Dress an immense variety. Calicoees, Sheetings, Cambrics, White Robes. Embroidery, all widths. A fine Stock of Everything" to choose from at Payne's 149, Bourke street East. 149 x X Special Advertisements. T. COOKE, General House Painter, Decorator, &c., Good Workmanship and Best Materials Guaranteed. Hilgh:Street, Armada Estimates Given. RH MONTGOMERY, CARPENTER & CABINETMAKER,. 46A Chapel Street, ' B A H A N. Estimates given. famiture Repaired and Repolished. All Orders promptly attended to. Music Warehouse. FEISS BROS., S IMANUFACTURERS OF Orchestrions, Pianos, Harmoniums, Organs, 128D CHAPEL STREET WINDSOB. Hnsical Boxes, Violins, Fancy Figures, Concertinas, Accordions, &c. Re paired at Moderate Charges. PIANOS A...

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A FAMOUS AMERICAN GENERAL. GENERAL [?] LIFE AND ADVER[?], [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 6 October 1888

;, ahoe OUD AtS-l-.a U.KL EttL.L GaMSrBiA i s iuWa Lia ranD of the .eases aof tis worid-famoua Irih. a Aflsii eerl' is .tken ho the ' Ir.ab l The to of General Shmridan ms from SIreland in the same ship bhat bronugh the'e of the tatP- iidid?tCbies &r A. Ashur, and landed in Boston They remained some e!ie to Boston, and then moved to Albany, where they lived for awhile. end inally the father . followed thelineofrailroadprr gras andmads hie way to Ohio, where, in the town of I domerset, the fantre general was borna ; 1f OLD 110DlI?I 5 OME. In 851 the family moved from this building 5 to a huq oune mile north of town, whent General Sheridan's father had a conuaoat t the old Sato io and Hocking Valler railroad. The cottact proved unprofitable, u t?s toad sler stwo ysere was abendosed and the cooa tractors lost ll they had put into it This. hoeoer, seemed to be the old gestlemen' misfortnne in life, as be fared but little, if any, beoter ae a contractor on the Zanesvile asnd i ap...

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

OGau1iea sBaths La.vatories. Large coeaipnmeute ju? e opened up, witb - all latest improvement. and of approved de algae. JohnDanke and Sen. 42 ooly Bourke street wrtMelbourne.-(Anvr.) The calfper compase, whereby the bore of anon, email arma ete., is mnarured, iL .aid to have been iovented by an arliltcerf ·rumberg in 1540, JohbuDemka and Boe IrrlgautaI Engines Mesrm. John Danke and on., 42 Blurke street wee', Melbourne. are now more than ever devoting themeelves to this line of bhusnems. Their Monitor pump for borne works is realyl inexprereive. and at the s?me time spable of irrigainlg large aresl; having seaured the agency of Mearse. Ransomes, 8imp, and Jefiej for portable enginee, Meiers. Darka and Son are able to compete well for large irrig.tion plants. o.mpnrsing centrifugal pumps. eoglceend ipes aomplete, and, being thorough practical engineers, their goode may be always relied upon. A large stock of Fpecial pipes for irrigating always on hand.-(ADVT.) In the vast Empire of...

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AN ADVENTURE WITH PIRATES. (NEW YORK SUN.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 6 October 1888

-.?aN.ANDVrN L - ra WItuPIRATEL.. iiis'thes s.a. 1852w 18>4 the Chism ltemaso?n .Sas?ha? o shn e north to rsga pore io as soaot, was tafasetd mant prase meft Ae ,?w ob S mat.rs, tik.h a had bren the usaileg griend of.ptrases for a soir of esen prevounls,. bhj I mention these t'o earns ftr perttioal rr??aso One was thats Wa? enaged in a vigorous wariare againss them, and the other that the close of 1854 w!tner?ed the death of the leading spthi:a moo broken piracys a tradae In thoe tar back days onmpaativety nothilng wae known of China oultade of sfew espect. Treatie sete of little account, i~ eonsels were few and far between srtp.y.m roast ship was expcteod to defend rehfi. m an.d the oaptato tof very man of-was hid ethoeity to bombard any town which refused to renew hie water a.d provisi no All natios? were tr.diog with Obina, but Sgide from. a few seaports, all Chi a bhate I?COthe people. At the docks at Hong snog i co'd drink ten with the Chinese merbhata. Half a mile away the ...

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BRIGHTON TOWN COUNCIL. Monday, October 1. Present : Crs Walstab (in the chair), Egan, Burrows, Huntly, Howden, Munro and Francis. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 6 October 1888

BRIGHTOUN TOWN COUNCIL Monday, October 1. Present : Cra Walstab (in the chair), Egan, Burrows, Huntly, Howden, Munro and Francis. i CORRESPONDEN!E. From the secretary of the Brighton Free Library intimating that conse quent. upon. the resignation of Ex councillor O'Shea as one of the repre sentatives of the council on ihe library committee a vacancy existed, and requesting the council to appoint aiiother in his place.-It was unani mously resolved to appoint Cr Hnw den. From A. G. Harston, calling atten.. tion to btate of the footway at the corner of- Church and Male streets, and asking that pitchers be laid or an asphalt crossing made.-R?eferred to the surveyor to report. From William Cattanach, Town Clerk of Flemington and Essendon, asking the cooperation of the council, through their parliamentary represent atives, in the efforts of the above council in their endeavors to have the cattle yards and. abattoirs. removed from that Iijulous district.- Com plied with. ": From t'le Under...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 6 October 1888

Haunted me. A working man says: "Debt, poverty and suffering haunted me for years, caused by a sick family and large bills for doctoring, which did no good. I was completely dis couraged, until one year ago, by the advice of my pastor, I procured D)r. Soule's Ameri can Hop Bitters and commenced their use, and in one month we were all well, and none of us have been sick a day since; and I want to say to all poor men, you can keep your families well a year with Dr. Soule's American Hop Bitters for less than one doctor's visit will cost. "Christian Advo cate." To Professional and Mercantile Men. We beg to draw attention to the follow ing:-£3 a year insures against ALL acci dents to human life and secures £1000 at Death and £5 a week during injauy. Pro posal forms and all particulars on applica tion to the Colonial - Mutual Insurance Company, 82 Collins street, West. One Thousand Five Hundred claims have been paid by this Company. Deaf, A Person cared of Deafness and noises in the head ...

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

;. . lSpecial Advertisements. BARKLY & PABLIAINT STREETS BRIGHTON. > CONTRACTOR 1 - Fo r AsphsltingL In Tennis Codats, Gardep Paths, Verandahs, Yards, Workshops, &c., &c. &c. FENCING, CARTAGE, & PLOUGHING. 3 ? ON SALE :-Metals, Rubble, ,ý -"?'. Screenings, Bricks, &ec. 1. N.R- BAVINTON, - OOO TMAKLER, `PO IhT NEPEANROAD, - North Brighton. . . . . : ' <' t ." . E" ,3 ' . ... EDW ARD S " Are now m??ing their First Show!of New Spring and Summer DRAP E R':i R ý.In :Mantles and ,millinery. Dress Goods in Silk and Woollen Fabrics. "-- ---Prints,-Zephyrs,-EmbroideredRob es, . W hite, aindacolred45 i GrseatyVariety -New Hostery New Gloves. Ladies' Unde'rclothing Pairasols; Umbrellas, Cretodes,'Laei Curtains Linen Ddmasks TableCliiths and Napkins .. Splendid ?alue. r l They have also coming forward, daring :this and niext month; itheiE risual shipment of novelties for the seasen. ,FIRST ,:CLASS: .. : D..Dress 'and ;Mantle alking. ...

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

Ie ana - fltr'4TA NDARD. MUTUAL: 'BUILDING " ..oil . 't SOCIETY.: eo 'r$' :Sh' £r, ? . Entrance feee, Is. per share du*: .s labaeiiption, 2s. 6d. monthly per share. ?resident--Tames Smith, Esq. Vice.president-Edwin Exon, Esq. Uo , ? : e: T?Tmreer-Angell Ellis, Esq. : mmittee-Thomnas Stead, Eq.; J, Greig, -" : : E q;:-'A. -W. Harston, Esq., J;P.; A. Lerard, Esq. ; D. Sangster, Esq. T. Smith. Eeb.: T. W. Swindley, Esqi.; J. Zevenboon, Esq,, J.P.; 1M. L. Stodart, Solictior.Montague Cohen, Esq., u 1 Qn :i-pj(MIesars Pavey, Wilson.and Cohen), Tiable B:-Showing the paymcnts per calen. n"d 1cdar:month (principal andinterest) for a noI n ile:n of £1O00. :: ,33NbT Monthly : Total Am-,. [Iatereit for the jF3"W) yt.rfi leyment ontraid ..whole term Ha bý Underthe above table the Society is -C31 ipreparedte lend three-fourths of the value ,1u0 of approved securities, and in special caees .ot'?, A?ghlarger proportion. Herrowers have the privilege of paying ,t.on oLntiny time, withount notice, the...

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BLACK BLOOD: A PECULIAR CASE. BOOK II. CHAPTER XVII.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 6 October 1888

o A ..P?EOULIAR C EE.. :'Br G EORON MANI ILLE PFNN, Author of ' The Mister of the Ceremonies, S.: The Parson of Domflor,' Etc. BOOK II. Onarra XVII.-(CoTrrUZeD.) But there was another etie to the matter. Bs knew now that he daued to love her, and iirwas impossible to love without hil heart being lit up by hope. As a cl ler be might, -howeve: distant the prospect, do eomethion -to mres himself worthy of ber :love. Hle might even win promotion, and then.dare to approach bee ; bat as her servnt how could .-he look upon him but as her father's meniaL It was impossible, sad be felt that he wau mad. Sir Philip talked en calmly about his borses snd the steady treatment he liked them to reeolve--onstant attention -and kindnes., and all this befelt sure Black would give them But as he talked, a tremensdoe battle was going on. Captain Miller anc isentenaet Hesaleton were frequently at -olda's a ide, while be was far beyond the sates of the paradise in which she lived. 'erae was the key offere...

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THE LEADER. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, OCT. 6th, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 6 October 1888

THE ',LEADER JUsICrE TO ALL SATURDAY, OCT. 6th, 1888. " On Tuesday evening, 25th Sep tember,"kthe' usual fortnightly meeting of the Brighton Literary Debating Club'was held at the Brighton Library, Bay Street. C. Lister, Esq., presided: The attendance was very good.- Se-i veral: new members were elected, and many: nominations were received. After the ordinary business had .been disposed of, Mr. G. Webster opened a debate upon the question -- Should Home Rule be granted to the peoplle of Ireland?", F He gave a brief, buiit interesting 'and connected sketclof the' history of Ireland, set tiiig. forth most "?eloquently the wretched misgovernment to which thait '?contry had been subjected by the' Crown; Parliament, and people Their claims weref reasonable. ' The troubles of the Irish' have reached a ciilminating point.;: Their oppression is usit 'a thing' of the past, but still obtains at this very moment: When such men: as 'Mrr Gladstone and 'Mr Morley and Sir J. Harcourt advocate the'...

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

, Auiictloris, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6. On the Groind ??At Three O'Clock. CLAYTON'S ROAD.:TOS RO i -:'-CL3AYTO1'S ROAD. Railway Statione Reserve.: Railway Station Reserv e. Business and Residential Sites. Business and Rosidential Sites. By Auction, On the Above Date, By CARNEY ? KELLY, S;Auctioneers, In conjuiction with T" SWEETNAM. This splendid estate has an exten -sive and valuable frontage to the M?hi Clayton, Centre and Dandenong It ,has lso a large frontage to the Clayton's Road Station. and runs a considerable distance along The position of the land is all that can be desired;' it possesses a gentle slope, perfect;drainago, Magnificent Views of the Bay, Mountains and Surrounding Country, and is one of 'the most elevated posi tions in the district : A considerablop ortion of the Main Road and railway frontages are most valuable for Business Purposes. Land in the Oakleigh district is now being eagerlysought for, and Purchaseis at this Sale may rely on receiving a handsome profit on...

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SHIRE OF OAKLEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 6 October 1888

SHIRE OF OAKLEIGH. Oakleigh, a suburban. municipal and agricultural township, with tele graph station, savings bank, post and money order office, 9F miles south east of Maelbourno, on the Scotchman's creek. Oakleigh is an impnrtant rail way~istation,; at whichthe Gippslula line; the Caulfield,'R sstswwncand iEls rotnwiclk and StL Kilda line, the Outer Circle and Glen Iris lines will inter sect each other. The Gippsland trains run through to the metropolis four times daily, suburban 24 daily; fares, 9d. and Gd., return-is.-and 9d.; also cars from Brighton, Elsternwick or St. Kilda railway stations. Return coach communication to Ferntree Gully and Mulgrave twice daily; fare, 3s. A company is being formed with a capiital of;?40000fopr, :th.e .iurpose of constructing a steam 'tramway'for passenger and goods traffic from Oak leigh, along the direct road through the township of Notting ! Hill, past IBlack Flat, Scoresby, &c. to Ferntree Gully. and will 'supply a want long and seve...

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CHILDREN'S CHATTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 6 October 1888

CHILDRRNS CHATTER. True Sayings of Little Folks. - The fol'owing are extracted from ao lnteresting collec.tion of' sayinaof little folks' in '8am. mer Tide' - the holiday number of *Little Folk.': Harry (fie), who is not allowed to ask for thinge at dinner, waits a long time, and at last burst out with : ' Mamma, when are you loia~ to ask me to have some more pudding?' Charlie (aix) look?nr at print of the picture of the Sletine M donna, in which the virgin and child are reprenrated amnng cloude : 'How did he let upthere' ' Mammadnee not know.' Thb n. half to himself: ' It must hare been a splooion ' E neat (hree), watching a very slow goods train crawling alonr 'he railway in the dt. lance: ' 'At be an awfol old train, pa 1' Mother; ' Don't think en much of get'ing prese.a. You know it is more b'e.erd to give' han to r'ceive.' Bobby (six): 'Then I hl- a I-t of people will be blessed on my birthday,' Harold (lair and a half) and Frank (three) prenuade mother to take thb-m for a ride...

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