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

OPERMATiG PILLS, FoRCONSTIPATION, SLUGGISH LIVER, &c. UNLIKE many kinds of cathartic U medicines, do not make you feel worse before you feel better. Their operation is gentle, but thorough, and unattel.d'd with disagreeable effects, such as nausea, griping pains, &c. Seigel's Operating Pills are the lest f:auily physic that has ever been discovered. .They cleanse the bowels , afrol all irrtating substances, cnd leave theirin ? a halthy condition. . The tiiietimedly extant for the bane of our lives--~constipition and sluggish These Pills prevent fevers and all kinds of- sickness, by removing all poisonous matter from the bowels. They.operate briskly, yet mildly, with. out any pain. If you take a severe cold, and are threatened with a fever, with pains in the head, back, and limbs, one or two doses of Seigel's Operating Pills will break up the cold and prevent the fever. A' coated tongue, 'with a brackish taste, is caused by foul matter in the stomach. A few doses of S...

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 — 6 October 1888

PHOdPEO TUB 01 the 'r " oo ipay? Ii tda Eiilieiii Capi tal 1,000,oo, in ,o000oo Shares of £6 each. The irst tsea nmow offered ?o the publioj ia 11,000 sher, of wbhich 50.!00 wilt be 4isew,pel ad to 6 per share, bt Ithe ,T ofes the popetkies to be parosaed ny te emgar, mn pat payment of the puchase-eanne leaving w.m ln be cub. ,- s eycried Ie by the ý bli0 in the feIlowinlg moaer - 2 91.d per share on Applioation, e per dshare on Allotment, dac 21. id. per share monthis until £Si per share is paid up. It is nat antieipeted thast ay farther sellc wIl be equied but sheould any be made thei will not easeed s. 6d. per share, or be at iartof leae then rwo sourse eo Preferential or Promoters' Shares will be Issued. k .hii eharee will he allotted a.-odittan t _'p. , tyof appleaonu. thealir i ppllaoa r ?vllIg the fulltest alotmenl. TIPDBOAIT OPIpg (B TII Taor oaNr: PremierBuldiangq ,5Coll e st. E,. PROVIcIONAL DIRWO'OR3 Hpn. John Nimmo, M.P., J.P. eb, John I. Dow. Do M . h ent. ra., M.P. 3o ...

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 — 6 October 1888

"Colleges and Schools, &c. M1MISS SPYER, late of Toorak, certifi ri Gcated pupil of Madame n Madelile Schiller, is now prepared to resume tuition ?yin'~usic at her own or pupils' residence. y Terms on application, "Embden," Landcox • street, North Brighton, near the residence S of the Hon. Thos. Bent, M.L.A. Special Advertisements. EDWARD W. HUBBARD, HOUSE, ,LAND , ..ESTATE AGENT, 17 Rothschild;Chambere, 47 COLLIIh S STREET WEST, Desires to, call attention, to the following C'V iEligible Properties' - - Brighton (Middle). tClose to Baths and pier; 6 minutes walk from station; 12 marine residence sites; each allotment 51 x 139 to 12ft right-of-iray. Capitail line for builder, h ',-p" V- T Brighten.A Grosvenor street; 3 ChoiceAllot Caulfield. North road estate, adloining sta ,tion;.North.road..grand. business site; villa sites in Orange, Lillimur, Katandra, .Leila and-Ulopnn roads, good depths.: T Csaulfield-.LEdwaid street, Kamnbrook Park SEstite. Allotnents close to station ...

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 — 6 October 1888

t' r as IhiZ'P r;!^_ :?pcciaI Advertiscmen tliarý ' - P:P kLOT AND WOODYMASO, . 0 Chapel Street, 10 ?' PRAHRAN, A _... . V.DOOIlS..NORTH OF. COFFEE TAVERNI. CHEAPEST.. FURNITURE WAREHOUSE ..South Yarra, Prabhran, Windsor and St.: Kilda. How -to Furnish a 3-roomed Cottage for £13 13s., for net cash: . DIning~room Colonial Sofa, with Squab and Bolsters :.,, "...-? .:l£1 7 6 Cedar Chiffonieri Safe, Polished 1 ' 6'0' Six Cane .hairs.. ... 1 4 Ronn: Table ... ... ... 2 6 Table Cover ...5... ? 5 6 9AlJ Fender and Irons . ... l i;. . 0 12- 6 Matting to cover room. 0 106 i hi(VHearthbit . . O 6 Cornice Pole and Brackets .. 0 11 6 Slip ....t .. ... ... 1 6 Bedroom 16ll slze Beadstea. `s1 l 10 0..0 Palliasses . .. .. £0 11. 0 Fnll-sized Flock Msttrass 0 18 6 Flock Bolster "l 0 G .0 Fwo Flock Pill~ows 0:4 0 Wvkst.Odwith.TowcLJIaIl. 0 9 6 Dressing.Tnblo ' 1 :... ... 0 8- "0?; Full-izc Tmlet'St . . 0l 6. Ono Canc Chnir . ? 0***i o Toilet'Gi-.X· - r l:. "ý /JJ I PO 0 Table'c '.. 01; J.. 20 Meat S...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 6 October 1888

CRICKET. The Brighton Cricket Club open the season this atternoon with a match to commence at 2.15 against the Fitzroy Club 1st elevens at Brighton Beach. Team: Ballantyne, Boulke, Boxshall, Cochrane, Foy, Gregg, Lucas, Dunn, Monzies, Paterson, Smith, Stokes, and Thomson. Second elevens at the Drill room ground; Cornwall, Everingham, Farries, Grout, Lawrence, Leonard, Mouritz, Murdoch, McCay, Sullivan, Snow, Webb and Wilmot. The Hurlingham C. C. open the season this afternoon by playing the Ellwood on the ground of the former, which will be represented by the fol lowing, to be on the ground not later than 2.45. Callox (captain), Crook, Flout. W. Grundy, Jas. Oard, Hender son, Huntly, Overton, Rice, Turner and Weber; emergency, Virtue. Brighton 3rd v. South Brighton To be played this afternoon at South Brighton. The following are requested to meet at 2.20 at North Brighton Station : Wright, Small, McLean, Mastin, Brock,Pye, Walstab, Leonard, Watson, Stewart, Watson. Brighton 3rd v. A...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ADVICE FROM AMERICAN TO JAPANESE LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 13 October 1888

ADVICE PROM AMERTIAN. TO JAPABESE LADIES. A uember of eminent Amerleas ladles, leaded by Mrs Cleveland and Mrs Garfeld. bAve addressed an open letter " to Japanese women who are adopting foreign dreew." ' he writers say that if the ladles of Japan ham madeup their minds to adopt Western female dress in Its entiratyit would be use. . ee. to urge thei not to do so; but :be writers of the letter are anxioni that they should first know that those who have studied the subject hold that them is great need of improvement in certaln partiulars From the standpoiotof beauty, grace, and suitability (the letter goes o, ) Japanese dress. modelled after the best JTapanese slandart?., is oth elegant and re gnod. end it would late years for Japanese ladles to adapt to-themselves and wear with equal grace a noetame to which they are edtrely unscoustomed. :But It is to the nelations of foreign dregs to health that tes attention of Japanese ladles Is epec;ally directed. Heavy skirts, dangerouly closes...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LADIES' COLUMN MELBOURNE FASHIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 13 October 1888

'm L.ADIWS, ?cOLU N' 'L?*dle mad the sleeve are au tes 1 tsl m of the tuoetle to-daiy that twere se e n t·r. The elbor?te •owuve osen mas anct at tepatriet appena leap me to wear oe 's e-. 't opon. -Q pair of omkrsldered .te-ce. 'was an ibm that frequently an wed il' my lady's :m neadm, and the etmbrelery was very like the elaborate smockinga upon the eleeves -l o-day. Jdis of g ,;d and siler, leather ghdles, mad tabra of ,iik and ribbon are -ebowin great variety jast now, and bid fnr to be eme of the Inatere of epring dreoning Byrea speaks- somewhee - of retless dbbhoed thinis.' To judge by the in Smse variety of. ribbon's Iportred. Srbboned thing.' will he wellt to he front thas season. There are ribbons shot nod *itriped moird and esti ribboav, and ribbons -*eebiming two or more lBken materials. tibboam , iedee'l, -a trimming were nev:r -more popular than at presewa. Ribbon in any arrangemena on a skirt in conaidered smart, but a ribbea girdle is usual-y pre. ?esed on a bodice. T...

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 — 13 October 1888

Galalsth. 3a*,LSavtories. Lug. consignantu just openud -up with al latest impeowments and of. approved de ,iuu& John Dank. and Son. 42 onlJ Bourke .,set west. Mglbumrne.-(ADVT.) Actiumn iderdirctions from the Per's, 51. uppilies Goeernment bas protestud against tb" e.tahlisbmenS of an Italian protectouate cva Zolu. Four Sudden Deaths. The news of she oub-reak of diptherla at Li~more has been immeliately followed' by tha announcement that so fewer thans foist deaths have already resulted. This disease snd typhoid have now, especiell9 as summer i. approaching, to ne speOiallygrasded sagei if we would esoepe the serious respousttlltt if exposang ourselves and our chiloren to the unseen but de-oly disease germs which floas in the air we breathe. It is therefore urgently recommended that every householder sees that closets, drains. eta, are kept sweer and harmlless by the daily use of Hunter's Odourlee isinfctlant. Tins evereryeb c Very crhap by the bar, at Samuel Liwe's, tram te...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 13 October 1888

CRICKET. --00-- Brighton v. Fitzroy first elevens played .last Saturday at . Brighton Beach. -The Fitzroy were the: first td go .to the wickets, and: were: all ,disposed for 54, and 6 for' 13 in the second innings. :Brighton went; in, their first innings put together only 27. Boxshall and A. Lucas ?iith 7 each being top scores. Patterson 5 for 7. Fox 3 for 6 and Dunn 3 for 11 bowled well for the locals. : Brighton v. Ormond. To be played this afternoon at Brighton Beach at 2.30. Team-- Agg,, Ballantyno, Beulke, Boxshall, Dunn, Lucas. (2), Foy, Gregg, Stokes, Patterson, Cochrane and Thompson. Brighton v. Melbourne second elevens at the Drillroom at 2.30. Team-Farries, Everingham, Law rence, Leonard, Murdoch. Mouritz, Cornwall, Gro"t, 'Sullivan, Snow, Warner and Wilmot. Brighton 3rd v. South Brighton This match was played last Saturday at South Brighton, and resulted in a win for the South by 20 runs. Scores South, 58, Brighton, 37.. Small with 23 was the only one to reach double figu...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sometime, Somewhere. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 13 October 1888

Sometime, somewhlra. Unanswered yet-the prayer your lips have pleaded In agoyo of heart there many years ? Does faith begin to fail ? Is hope departing? And think you all in vain those falling tears! Say nt the Father bath not beartd your prayer; You shall have your desire sometime s me- " where. Unanswered yet, thooth when you fint poe Rented -'Rio one petition at the Father's throne, Tho;ai-s an t h im. f .,ssust'sy- -- " * . _ , ".;: .^'riS rhe Lord will answer you sonmetitme, aiomn where. Unanswered yet? Nay. do not esy unorantao . : - Perhaur your part is no' yet wholly doeb. . The work began when ylur first prtas wa untered. And God will fioiah what He hbs beguo If you will krep the iceneee burning there, . His glory son shall see nsmetime, aomae where. Unanswered yet? Faith cannot be unanI . saerrd; lHer feet arr firmly planted on the rock; Amid the wilnoet storma bhe etands un* daunted. Nor quwals before the loudest thunder bhock. She knowa Omnipotence has heard her prayer, ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FROG-SWALLOWING. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 13 October 1888

FROG-.SWALLOWING. A case of frg.s-wallowloe extraordinary, which is reported from Bole, shows tba . France is by no me.anu the chief country on the Coetinent whereau basrsobian- are regarded as orthodox aricles of rood. Isithab town is a mon who was ca-leo by bin friendu and neighbour. "bheobampion fr g-reliobess" ny reason of his voramOrus and eaatiab?e. appetite for "croakers." tHe lately wager 4 fite francs and a quart botde of brandy that he would awarUlw three dozen living frogs at a sitting. The bet was accepted, ant the champi'n won, but no sooner had he pocketed his five france and despatched his alcohol than be was seized with atrocious in ternal sains. The thirst.six batrachians is. the ' Relieher's" stomsob made a greater rcw thon aid the shoo in the body oftMwar T*aiU's celebrated, 'Jumping Frog." An .ye witness and chronicler of the scene seye that the " rokerae" mut have hbevr dancing a saraband, for the man rushed to the shbop of a chemist beat a in two with pain. His...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MALVERN POLICE COURT. Saturday, October 6. Before Messrs Jones, Dixon, and Sykes J's.P. INSULTING BEHAVIOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 13 October 1888

MALVERN POLICE COURT. ; Saturday, October 6..?.ý Before Messrs Jones, Dixon, and ,yrs3kes J'si.P INSULTING BEHAVIOUR. Jas. Griffin was charged by Con stable Wailshi wiith beiig guilty of in sulting, behaviour in a public place. Thoe evidence itWas 'to the` effect' that accused who was three parts drunk persisted in asking, the Constable to go with himnt?lthi Railway Hotel and havea drink ~and,when thatguardian: of the pence iiolitely declined and urged him to behave himself and go hoiie' he became 'ivey abhiive and attempted to strike and otherwiseilltreat Walsh. He was cautioned and fined ?2 2s in default, 7 days. TAAT INSPECTOR AGAIX. H. J. Jones was charged by R, G. Rossiter, Inspector of Nuisances for the Shire of Malvern, with allowii a ferocious dog tobbe at large in the public street. "His solicitor raised a technical objection that the summons .was not signed as required by the Act: This objection was held by the benich' to he fatal; who dismissed ,the case with a guinea cos...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 13 October 1888

L. Stovonson A Sons Lamited, L. aSmvuEuo Iu M oM a fm 2 a 4 F" arv Las eat k, w U albmas BIkaln f~lpAZ05lg~ 11 Issma as.OOP: - sm rue I be Z6O. 3. "Jame 1k the E.wel M £dg1 0 3. lr Ud3c EE. I. HarvyBA tm5. Na mild~ NaO or y q u. lD hey. ma IN h r LW. 010011ls i IWHAHDI/i I £ziCma doeeobe spa or w.tUIo. 'th~sbe - wme Nam so edve depemlel Mi ae . Ice. Ia 335533 31313330-- -' L. 0.33310 3 5u..e.,1` Landss ALBERT BUILDING SOCIETY ~ "a= 5OP ialEPlPi t EDWARD WATRS lbq **.. tJ~ hsbuae M J.A.1 K13051. W.. Mam Ofrms.. ' oHa., F,1. 35l3., J..A. b ,I UJu~oa~s BOitmWh Es.5.J. LAU30ON. J '.J.P. - I - tiIPP A. E. M'LENNA3. 07111W 31PSAL ADVANYA33S Y. I EEVKU?033 387011103, and B337WZat3. Isudl daIly M penmld 1` 8d. 3~W65303 For 11 moIohbr taY . per esll 3 yE au. 6 M Viemt. - madIS. l it bw a1rspe= Lr haed asEtonloyal IrrII t~CmC~m med e~d.i· dining 5 QUHEN'8 WALK SOpapiO hr 02=1 NSL3OIT3MA B f and 35550503 BANK W COLLIES 3T333? EASE. u HOEBY to LEN0 at e 0030D RATS 3J. 0s a 5 arm1a1 mod UUBUBAN ...

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THE "BURROUGHS" BEEF AND IRON WINE. A HIGHLY CONCENTRATED, STIMULATING, STRENGTHENING FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 13 October 1888

THE " BURIROUGHS" BEEF AND IRON WINE. A moHirY CONlaoBNraTD, STrIMacL&xa StEINGTHE-NG FOOD. This admirable reseorative, which is a solutionot fresh beef-jaioe (including peptone) and iron citrate in pars wine. was suggeste. b, the distingcished Dr. Parkee. This ntriemt, restorative sad stimulant is s powerful blood toDio. sad a food?that ha . been the means of ea mn many live in low state of the ysteom, ma in typboid fevr idT paenmunnis. to It i invaluable In asilami and to Europeans in hot or malssial ditrio . it is of the greatest servi Its flvour i . .ceeptable to the most deliosts. and it 'is.. specially liked by cbihdrew The preparation dooe not injre the teeth. onstipte. or in a way diuire. aod is free fron all objections . The same ihlmeltsa it contains, if glwea p.ratey wonld in mayr c me ao unto-" ud symptoms and be badly tolerated. The tonic mad stimulant propertie of thir faood mre msde ounbtantil and permanont, being rel?fornd by tce preoeo of bet. " Cbildrbn t.k...

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 — 13 October 1888

Rowe 'anid' Scott, ESTATE AGENTS, 817 a.IGH STREET, ARMADALE, Rents Collected . . ? . . - Loans Negotiated. . .. Insurances Effected. Houses and Land For Sale in City and Suburbs. ntending Purchasers will do well to Call. HE COMO LAND COMPANY, (Limited.) NOTICE is hereby given in pursuance of "The Company's Statute, 1864,"'that the registered office of the Comeo Land Company, Limited, is situated at Como Parade, Mentone. .:. i. , ,, .T OHAS. J..HEARLE, Mainager. NTT-IVERSAL BRICK'&TILE :VORKS, IINGWOOD. (. . ORDERS received at the works, and at the office 97 Collins street West, City. , ,:-::iF a THOMAS BENT.. Pprietor. Has Ccmmenced Practice in irighton and: maybe, Consulted et his Residence, FORK VILLA,' NEW STREET, IMIDDLE BRIGHTON. D:eaf,. A Person cured of Deafness and noises in the head will send a description of it FREE to anyPerson who applies to. NICHOLSON, 65 William street, Melbourne. Why go Further ? Canton Tea Company, 116A Chapel.street, Prahran, are Selling Ch...

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THE WATERGATE TO SIBERIA. ENTERPRISE AND COURAGE. (THE TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 13 October 1888

THE WATERBGATE TO I8B1IA. C- -. at IEN?yB PRIR] AND COURAOLz. N The copy of a despatch from ilr R Morier at mndothercoroespoodenceroepectlngattempta rt to establih ocomm rolal relations wish I Siberia through the Kara Sea has been pre tb sensed to Padiament. The f;ollowing in 81i IL It. Moeer' dtepa -..tbhh ' __ __P-eaebur. S0tbh lne, s " pareevereneoe aIOg f Bdtish shipmaster, is yet potental with 9commerclal revolutions, the importance of which can haerdly beexaggereaed,and whicb, Udby opeing up new hannels on a vast leate for lritish Imports and exports, I capable t in the course of time of the largest reule.r, For the proper comprehenslon of the scheme I amet preseppose aooses to a large scale B; elan map giving both the European and I Asatio halves of the empire. It will be seen in such a map that theore runs ot at b he easters of the two halves what appears e the a monster promontory, areeoe.t e shaped, betwaeen, speasg ronughly, the me Wtt7h and 75th iparallel of latItoude. -...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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WIT AND HUMOUR. HER HEART WAS PIERGED WITH AN ARROW [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 13 October 1888

LWIT AND- _H UMOURI. HER HE R'D WAS LIEERD WITB AIN Pacasagbova a bau ofiImItm&Im Magic Soap ised oz tshe gaaains. and baa do hia ware jqodad. Thn teal Siamn Paep aa SheA mama psesad beaza ealamed omit, and is made ,n ly by The Viclosia Soap ant Candle Co. I Gealoig.

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 13 October 1888

Ranee.s-, Sim bad Jef egie. Limtes John Danks d on, 4 (only) Bourke street weset Melbourne. acs agents Specialites- the n,-w improved portable engine .peclells boits for the colonies, with ntnlrged clinders. increased st·eng$h in working pirts, enlarged h·iler and heating surface. Improved facillti a for cleaning out boiler, safety look up Ore t bo and ash p n, and all modern improvements.. The new design Aaral?sian rrasher, fitted wi bh fatous rotary shakere, third blast under osring riddle, is assures perfect ahakine perfect eparation ..rn.m cavin?s, per??oe dreojing. It is perfection. Io yen are war, ian one, -et one of these. Donaldeon's parent flemr mill, a small cheap. mill, nsitable for farm ale, or for .mall. townhlps; fixed engine., and other saiieulIrral mahiantr. Meaers Rensomes, Sims. and Jefftres ame well known for the excellence of their menu factures, having secured f6rst prizes all over the world. Meers. Danke and Son may be ourgrarclated upon having aecured eoch a v...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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RESCUE OF AERONAUTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 13 October 1888

18 RBSCUE OF AERONAUTS. Di The' * Independanoa Beige' publishes D further parsica a relative to the saoen - of the balloon of the Aerostatle Corps of C En lneers, sad of the reease Ia the Channel be of the meroanate by the steamer Warrior. ' It wa on Monday evening, 2Wh Aupast, W the .-cent was made from the Artillery as grounad of Berohem, nl Belgium, the oar i contalning M. Tonlet, aptain Mathndoen, s and Lieutensat Croy UeuiteoantCroy hab t given the following narratvre of hie voyage I and resooe. Le sld that there was d *nothing when the auaont was made 4 to lead to the aepposition t at the theE1 .balooa would drift out to ses. Plot dc Sballoons had been sent av, whioh at flre to took a northerly dilre-tn, mad when they as arrivrd at a great altitude turned to the weet-that is to say, towards Germany w The balloon dd not rise high in the firt ao inltance. It psemed over Antwrp at a oil height of 200 metre. - It wa very dark, T and little could be diarned oexcept the t SoheldtS w...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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WHAT THE WAGGON WAS FILLED WITH. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 13 October 1888

SwHAn Tua WAoso WAS FILrTs wie. L ridgos,' said the proeases- iss deep Jobaseoiam vor 'step to the do and see it that waon s ilnd with plagioteral r prduct.' ' e* son,. theres othin'im it t alt at all, barrin' a lot of vegetables, answered Uridget, as she losed the door. IT is said that every dog has his dy bot the Snighb certainly belong to the cat. .. .Well, Pat, Jim didn't quite kill you with that brick bat, did hel 'No; hut I wish he bad.' " What for! ' 8o I conld have saen him hang, the vlltain!' One day a pit manager met a certaln collie ma bhe wa swaring homeweede, Ltaki? theb full hbreadth the oed. "Went. Tam."sidd the manager. I sme woe'r drank aai" "Ay. ais-anos again." replied Tam, ibe tried to balance himald "'No, Tam,' mid te manager,' "I believe you lid tawy he. whieky you've got far better in a bottle." " Ea, Mhi, youoe. I mioh fi' and break the bottle I" said Tam. wieldyhabaklin his head. A cnmmr son of the Emerald Isle, who pus very fond lf heasetir,'wn onca teid by...

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