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WIT AND HUMOUR. HOW TO WASH CLOTHES WITHOUT RUBBING! [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 20 October 1888

W-,IT AND HUMOU R. HOW 10 WASR CLOTW S WITHOUT RUBBINGI Take a quarter bar ai Genuine lhalo Soap, dienolve in from 12tal. to 15pl. water (ar ordinary eopperL Wsem the water is boilin thoroughly, put in the dirty clothes (which used not be steeped beforehand) sud boil for testl minutes. ocoaso-.ally stirrningthem uo with a stick. Then rie well twics in cold ater, and tshe wllU be pfetly clean and Bwhit. B careful to get Osnulse Msac (etsmped "a heart lerced with as arrow"), tor it does not injure the foet clothes or tenderest thi?, which many imitations do.

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SCIENTIFIC. THE LICK OBSERVATORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 20 October 1888

SeSCIENTIFIC. THE LICK OBSERVATORY. The astronomers at the Lick Observatory revoto six daeys a week to scientific work. Each has a distinct work, and all keep busily employed. Two scientists are at work usually at the largo glass and others are at the meri dian circle, the 12in telescope, or engaged in tome other department. The enthusiasm of all is marked, and so the visitor it becomes contagious. Atmosphere, at this lofty height, and astronomy become alike exhbilarating. The astronomere become so interesetd that days of the week and months and events of the world below them slip by unnoticed. Prolensor Holden has descended to San Jort and outside civilisation only once since he went to the mountain in May last. Much of the iwork done has. been preliminary to actnplaecientiflo results, and now reel work that. will make all the world look to Mount Hamilton is about begioning.i In spite or sbhe ast.aroa wonderfoul fore thbooughts and execution of the Lok.+" Iasses there have remained...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LORD WOLSELEY ON MILITARY GENIUS. OUR ONLY GENERAL ON THE GREATEST GENERALS OF ALL TIME. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 20 October 1888

r LOta WOLSL?S oNm -MIL&AY OmU OYLT Gaiaa Oerr Gauaram. GENNUALs o0 ALL TNus To the "Fortnightly BReview" for eptem. ber Lord Wolseley contributes a very jte. resting paper on Military Genies, from which thIfollowingareextracts of the more inte resting paages: - TraU IntOUmIo OF 0 ON I?OrT As sation have been destroyed by iadi. eiduale, so, too, they have been creattd by in dividuals. How, then, can it be said that alt she great political and national revolutions of the world are the drect outcome oft natural laws ! Into every phase of history she sheer ability, will, force of obaracter, the very idi, Jnera?-ise of individual,, and above all other things, the military genies of great eommand-rs or rulers, enter very largely as powersal factors for good or eviL Should we ever have had the COrsades bad Peter the Hermit never been born ? And in that case how different would have been the history of Europoan civilieation I What an infiuetoe Holland has exercised upon the borld, ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A GIGANTIC FOSSIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 20 October 1888

A GIGANTIC YOSSXL. Peorieuo F. W. Cngie. of Weebb.a OaIb. Ine.i rice'tl diecovered at Domn.. O.borae Coast,. K.i.., the p04s1140 remaio. of a hbg scerni. ?eofreeor Oroira pronouaces it tie neet aneatkable-epebimee toguc einc 1877. The animal complete ws a Bitle ovew 1611 is fcagl.. Thtejawe ueaeure 31a cie, the seek beawoen 4it and Mt Inog. and the body about 9t loog, end Sit e_ 411 through. It had immesom teeth, about Iaa in length. I bed ltippaa smile aimliag to a Naea. eeld It fee',, tCot itnrnabef. wrn abort.' It as plain that L wae, an aquatic animal of the I rnI1IiJ agi.

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Scraps. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 20 October 1888

The a" is one of theuoeus ofi 8err Leton.c I.it 'hlittlUe inseat which borrows Iuesemande the.to. er Goger "aili, bailds a s'et the lre of a small peas and blis it with 106000 eggs-whchb , if sloseed to hatch out. oiapaearboameelvae thtough the bAeF-7nS mssr aati',dsoett?: '. . . Twio uh tsv a bark dOchited foirbcmm j d 6dility by the olaty for ihe Praevatl bi Cruelly to animals in .Pari. 'Oosaad i ml.tem from a borglar sd bth° oher its mtr r'shoblld from dreowsivg. Sinc the openIng of the railway. beiween Tioumueli and Takbt Chin"the tti'k brave been very fall, and the orowdi.'g to them of the thousands of nativese rgae wall f-r hb. soeo'ei of the IIn* and tnr ezsenueons of the uadertiklag In the fbtrs. lobert Loisi ewviaona'. drdfaestio 6f "The Black Arrow" so his wrifli iagenianm and Uaiqugs. It be spay: '1i have wtad. with oteaget wltb pliin.a s at iaagtb tb samuiamen e;" r a aalliniattEoipti tb perse :* Tis Blak Arrow.' ed I blMak I should tlath bmunorut lideed If 1htil the ose...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KING DEATH AND THE MOUNTAINEERS. THE 'CELEBRATED MICHEL' DASHED TO PIECES. (PALL MALL BUDGET) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 20 October 1888

ITHe 'CzLReRATn D forlo.' DlaSnD to Pisome.. (PALL MALL' 30oot The Rev. T. P. HtU, tl-he Egaeh chaplain at Ousrut o'Ampessoe,..ivee ?e foal-,wing oot of an awiat agcdens - on Monte " A mournfl sosident, wesalting is the death of one of the braves guides as dou.b Tysol, cocrred on 20-h August, on the glacier of Monte Crlstallo I was ae the tool of the mounatai at she time, and bhaiog nemad on ste spot all the details of the accident, send a abors aooCnt of it, In order to dreaw the attention of moaltalnere to an error of judgment which has added another name to the death'roll of the. intn pid Alpine guides who risk their lies in the service of plaeorte-au estag. soUate. O Monday, 20 u Auomtr, Michel lnOrkoplier--spoken of o) Baedeker as " a uide ol tae first rankt, "and known ebroughoa; the A'pa?zo Valley an celebracted Mihel'-ascendea the MHate Criatexll from tbe Schlaldblach side with two German tourists. IarT TO DIl rOM OOLD 0K tTARVATION.. TThe snmmia of the mountean had been ree...

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 — 20 October 1888

.TohnDaa aa Um eIr aiLE Erageat Mug.,,. John Danko . d Son. 42 Bourke lstrc et, Melbourn. le now- Iowa than geve das"oing rLhualwrn to able lione o1 buaness. Thair MoiHoer pmp for horea. wokik Ii reall inarpresave, and at th5 same' Urns eapabla of1 Irn l large area.; having meoed lbs a.they Mats. Ronoeos,. Biter, and eftism for portabie enoaneel .35mm. Dowi'lad m are able Stti eo wel' far large irrntia planO'. e totlriolS eaefnkffalimer seghlaand plpme~omojtl'1 and,. being. nmeg pesssaal gegloesral thelgod. h/`e' dataps raile Itctu A, Iwog .Wk of "a ma" Dim i Tu mu I amesuggas M-t mIn FORTY POrTNDf lLlW~AILI WILLTA DL ARS formerly of Surrey. sin orin--Os in mSan 1'Mneisc. 110-3-in or near Molboirne os totor oRirOut 1851 will Lcar news to his advaontag, nu .ommucieatio-.n with me~,or the abovereward will be paid olr rensls sire evidence of his death. B. HADEN SMITH, solicitor, Melbourne. L Stevenson & Sons Limitsed. L S!3VEEIOE md SOll, Hid dules: 14 FmImam La.. Ca*5, Umsbeu ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPRING'S DELUSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 20 October 1888

SPRING'S DELUSIONS. If there is anything in Nature which can awaken enthesiasm and arous the heart of men and women, it is to be found at ihe resent season of the year. Poets have sung about it; artistse have gone wild over it, and meanwhile the beautifut Spring has gone on Iuring people to their graves. Under evesi blade of eprirging grass is the eesm of death. Beneath every budding teee lIrke the demon of dimesee. I is notaessestry to inquire why thi s so : it is suficient to know that it le so. And that it is so, the languid feeling of nearlr evly Individual amply shows. The slugg lh onditio of the blood, the mlarial po?aes which are drawn in with ever breath, nd the ems of dissem that ar ab sorbed in innumesable ways all prove the dangerous nature of the season that divides the Winter and Smmer. But the query naturally arises: "How ean this be prevented" The Spring comes every ear and masst be met. It may be dagerou but how om it be avoided? The is plaedl h?t one war, and that i...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE SULTAN'S HOUSEKEEPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 20 October 1888

THE SULTAN'S HOUSEKEEPING. There are over 6,000 persons (pas the ,NvwI ,k Herald') fed three timesu adoyI at Dlusa-Bsagtabe Palace whie the Stalta to KIWIS'A HRIT O JsAL That there isgood exectilve ability in the manes ment of this esormoos hosueho:d is elesr, 1ir these l scaMrcely Over a jar or a bitch vean under the impulse of the most untime'y demands. Every different depart meet I. under the control of a person we is directly responrible for that, and he has a oepes ol ervasu and slaves under hi orders. who obey bir. only and he is subject to the Treateurr ot the ouseshold. Women have 0a voice whatever t' the' managemes of anytning in any.depertssnt. T'heir sole ec.a.slon is to watt upen thei ruspertivo mistreeS or to serve the 8n1,an in nes epedlled" capacity, and the as?r is es ubi?lvided that su osstab Ishe hole poles worke verrrbi excO?pt theo Lcrd High Ohamberlain and Treasurer el the ?Tonsebo. . .The Chasmsrlais. is mostly ecped i maIleterig to the wants and ca4rises of th...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHO MAKES THE BEST WIVES FOR WORKING MEN ? [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 20 October 1888

WHO MAAES THE BEST WIVES FOR WORKING MEN? Among the working classes it is literally true that the wife is the better halt. It is she who chiefly gives tone and direction in matteie trffecing the social, moral, and material' well-being of the family.' Perhaps the best type of wife that a working man can select is th.s daughter of:a working-class house. hold of the better kind, wbcse parents have had the need and the meats for keeping her at nImo as a " mother's help." Such girls, however, are comparatively rare. The cla'e from which, as a rale, the best working men'e wives are drawn is the domestic servant clas--the domestic servant class proper, that is. as distinct from the 'slavey' clasm; for elavey in often a convertible term for slattern.·- - Domeetic servants,, no doubt, sometimes 'thr6w themselve'. airsay JI n : woirttileess Luabsnde, by whom t~el,are dragged down Into the Eo:nal olough of despond ; but they mske the best wives to such working men as do not marry until they ar...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POISON IN THE CIGARETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 20 October 1888

POISON IN TIE CIGAREITE.I Medioies writei to f ontem4oio rac? fromi Middleri.e Hoipitald -HI ving' ound, in my.private practide and that of the hospital. a marked inarease of malignant throat. dlseaa . rs , tdeether with my op1 lesagse; have maide some very careful reearohes into- the" cauer of this, and finding that males were almost ex lusively affeooted, led us. on the track that smoking was in a grcat' many Instanoes, the primary cause.. I am not by any maane one of thoes who consider the pipe, a clgar?? or the ordinary osgarette Injurious ; but I am persuaded that "the cigarette imported from Egypt or Turkey Is mixed. preaaitably to give it a pec.niatr taste or flavour, with some. lonidioo posleon I am ;led.':ito? tibin ,nclualoai by' careful aulnais- of boothtbhe boiie manuofao ture and that of the foreign; in the latter a large proportion of opium and an unclassi fled alkaloid was mantest, whloh wea'totally absent in the former, and it will bhe obvious that an itiaint polson ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AN ARTIST'S CLEVER SOHEME. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 20 October 1888

AN ARTIST'S CLEVER SCHEME. Everybody has heard of Frank Millet. He paints pictures and writes magazine articles in time of peace. but whe a war as ' or' he becomes a *ar corresponident,' and is likely to turn up in the Soudas, the Tranes vail, or the Balkans. But.theke wa?a time when be was not known. He sent pictures to exhibitions,.to be iure .oud good ones, but no one paid any particulsr attention or raid anything aboot them. Oneday he coocoived on idea. Hoepainted a pioture of a.lady in-black sitting on a bright red so:a againe a vivivid "yellow ground. The effect was just a ttifle startling. Friends who saw it in procere of production. expcste* lated with him and asked him what be was going to do with it. They. were simply astounded when 'be announced.that he was coing. to send ,it ,to' the exhibition. They taboured with him,.bua in :vain. They told him that the critics would' wipe the floor with him.' ' They cin't do: thht without mentionit g me,' said Fiiak,. quaedy, .and the...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BRIGHTON LITERARY DEBATING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 20 October 1888

BRIGHTON LITERARY DEBATING On Tud CLUB. On Tuesday evening of last week, the usual fortnightly meeting of the above club was held at the Library. :The president, C. Lister, Esq., occu pied the. chair. . The attendance was very good. Various other matters having, been disposed of, the secretary' read a letter which he had just received, apologising.for.the 'navoid able absence of the member wh&o had intended to introduce the question for discussion that evening, viz., Was' the action of the Victorian Govern ment in the recent Chinese difficulties justifiable ? Mr. J. G. Sprigg, L.L.B., rather than let the debate lapse, consented to open it, which he did in a very able manner. In order to palliate the action of our government in the late (Chineseo difficulties, it has been re iterated ' again and again that the 'government feared an invasion of Chinese. This was merely the cry of 'the motment, and served to gratify the prejudices of a certain section of the community. For such...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GOOD TEMPLARISM IN OAKLEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 20 October 1888

GOOD ,TEMPLARISM -IN. OAKLEIQH, On Friday 12th, inst; a Good-Teimp tar lodge was successfully -inaugurated in Oakleigh. The mcetingi was hleld at Messrs. fartin :and Chandler's,I builders of Oxford Street. ' This firm have kindly alloiwed thie fre useii of their workshop for. a lodge-roomi; sparing~ no labouir, and at some inconvenience e they : have fitted it -up, :miaking it 'ai very con venienit and comfortable room nfor suich: meetings The room :was tiastefilly decoraited byi sisters: Carter 'and Chanidler? who by a free uise of 'li?eth 'nd -wildfloivers etc, made neat' ad effective decorations for'the occasion. ? The attendance rwas far in excess of the avaiIable roon, : large iinumbeir of visitors from other lodges were unable: to gaiii adnittance.- : The lodge was opejinedi y a resident ofBallarat; Broa: Binider Past: Grand Chief Teiipld r; ssisteddy Br r.Patrick, Grind" Marshall; Bro. M'artin `'Griand: Suipeiintendent of 'Jivenile, Teimiplrs;. and visitors ;' from se'ieral ....

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LADIES' COLUMN. CHILDREN'S FROCKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 20 October 1888

THE LADIES'. COLUMN. S CHILDREN o ?F OCKS. It Is a puTzz?ig time of the year to most - othere when they have to deold what the children areigoIng to wear. Children begin to these days to have an idividual style of their own so early in life, and the Lind of double caped pe'les,. which nled almost hIvariably to be worn for the first two or three years of existence, is not often to be eean after baby has once started fairly on hbls feet. Thereis justnow alarge,varied,and In. expensive display of hildren's overalls, plos. ,are., blouses, frocks.; end suits. Smocking ,.h much used - on both woollen and ailk ofreaks. S =me overalls have three perpen dloalar stripes of smocking, from throat to walttisand again at the wriat and tope of the shoulders, or else with the smocking S:jus below 'he turned-over collar, again at the waist and twice at the sleeves. There are, however, other. styles, and the smocking Is in Proportion to the price. Undonoted y - She most charming dresses small women c...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Inventor. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 20 October 1888

ikhe Inventor. . The invention of any machine that makes our hard lives easier is agreat boon, and the same may be said of the improvement of any article of daily use, such as soap, which enables the disagreeable washing day to become easy and pleasant. This is done by Ozone Laundry Soap. . Large bars now sold by every grocer, price ls. Sole maker John Sutherland, Melbourne. .

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 — 20 October 1888

EXHIBITI ON_: S HOW NEW GOODS EQUITABLE STORES AND FED.ERAL : EMPORIUM GEORGE AND GEORGE, LIMITED, .. Beg to announce That they are now Showing in the above Establishments The LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTED STOCKS SEver Offered In the City, whilst the A::: lUE~IILL BE FOUND UNEQUALLED. <Ge6`eOfg -and George, Limited': :Buyi:Ior cash from the Manufacturers, thus SavingIntei :m diate Profits and Giving Full Advantageto Customers. THE COMPANY have been IIGIHLY COMPLIMENTEI5 For the Genuine Advdna?ges.they Offer, A Giiarantee of which is the LARGE TRADE n6w ?" Being done "At BOTH ESTABLISHMENTS. DELIVERY. Prompt andCareful Delivery by Own-ans in SCity and Suburbs. TRAVELLERS. j Travellers `will CALL REGULARLY for ORIDERS, If -Desired. EVERYARTIOLE is of the BEST QUALITY And Arrangements Complete for doing the' LARGEST and BEST BUSINESS in the COLONIES AVisit of Inspection is Solicited. Price. List and. Pateins Post Free : Squatters-and Storekeepers Supplied at Wholesale Prices. GE...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE PILOT'S STORY. A RECOLLECTION OF THE RIVER ST. LAWRENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 20 October 1888

T'EiE PILOT'S STORY. A BZOOLLEOTION OF THIS IVEI ST. LAWBESUo, This is a story told me by the Indian pilot of one of the grsnd steamers that ply tbe River St. Lawrence, rnd are known tn t risit from Montreal and Quebec to Rimoulki: So oa woo d litketo know why I eare at that headland? You notioe that eope? Ye: Corlett's Cape. we call it, and a bad place it used to be Yr. notice she IHghthouoe tbat stands there? Yes. Well, I lived by that headlnd long before the lighthuoee was bilt, a matear of nealy fifty yees ao. I hate thbatsme OoClet'i Cope, ihouch I oneer herd tell of men than one wreck. It bap pined aftr the lighthoane was built, but ibe ligbts cere put out, and put out on purpose too. I'e well nigh forty ears since, but I remember it s it it were bat yeaterday. There wan than alittl bit of a settlement down noe the month of the creek, which,you may have noticed, empties into the river jult abovethecape.Tbetewerea'tmanypecplelived hare, and the bipgesa and most importar, man in...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 20 October 1888

MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL .TEsDAY, OCTOBER 16. Present:- Ors Clarke (president), Robinson, Longbottom, Wood mason, Benson, Edsall, Heywood, Mercer and McKinley. CORRESPONDENCE, From the secretary of Armadale Wesleyan Sunday school applying for use of the reserve on Cup Day for their annual school picnic.-Granted. From Mr WVagner agreeing to the construction of a drain through his premises--OCr Robinson reminded the council that if this were done it would in all probability flood his property, for which he would hold the shire responsible. After somne further dis cussion it was agreed to instruct the engineer to call for tenders for the work. . S . REPORTS. "Public Works Committee. rocom mended that the engineer report on Elizabeth street drainage, that 200yds of metl be obtained from Chambers and /Daly at schedule prices, that port' nr.of Toronga and Wattletree roads be kerbed and channelled, that a six foot galvanised iron tence be erected in faont of vacant land adjoin ing shire hall....

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DUELS WITH DESPERATE MEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 20 October 1888

IDUELS WITH DESPEBRATE MEN. (;PM'- Tr OVERLDr.an- MOrHr.T.) A hblstory of brigandage in alifornlia for the thirty years immediately following American ocunpation would reveal the fact thot a large peroentage of what may be called outaior crimes, such as horse stealing and highway robbery, have be-n committed by the clas known as native Californians or Mexicans. Murder has frequently been idded to this lInt, sad from the nume roes namnes bowlag Spanish origin, which enoumber the criminal records of such coaunties Alameda, San Joaquio, and Santa Clara might be selected a score or more whiolh, at one time, were borne by as desparate a lot of outlaws as ever Infested a elvilisel community. The reign of thse desperadoes might be deeorbed I'rrete, :w o operated betwere the years 1850 ndS1855; up to the death of Tibuerlo Valqbhez'n.tie asetold at Santa Clara opeinu, inMarob, 1875. Conplesose among tiheolvil ofcliers of the State who have distiguhbbed themselves in their. efforts to e=oerml...

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