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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 27 October 1888

AUkiUULTURAL NOTEd. The weather ban e·u.tinad 'nwarm and dry, bat the 'ooutry is ex~rtrirnesl great o uofit from the late ralns S:ttsl,, ore rain woald be wi o'med by the farmers 1,: most distriets to lurther eeoenluate trol improvement ehown In the crops ard pastores. A few more Food showere and an abasnee cf sorerhlog heat would easae lanternse gratification in every district. and almost ensuore a porprroo Season. G:oan secounts are given of the vineyards and orchartd, and it is fervently hop '0 in every direetion that the best may be latermiltent, asn varied by e?sfolsnt mo|ltoner to bring vegetation to perfeotion. The farmras In .cm, distliotabave already been made aware .I one dang.r to their crope-the 1 o rels. the hot weather le hatching the eggs one earliertban usual, and we learn that in the avecsweood and other dinstrist wheraver htare is a green patch the young brood are eo be seen bopping about in theosands. If Ile hot dry selhsr sontiones into the ?-,nmer the plague of ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WOMAN IN ERIN'S ISLE. IN NO PART OF THE WORLD IS THE SEX MORE RESPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 27 October 1888

WO?IAN IN ERIN'S ISLE. IN NO PART OF THE WORLD TB THE SEX MORE RESPECTED., Mrlr. Rhbert P. Porter, in the 'New York Preis.' writte : W- were in a jounting-car, on our way from Killybots to Carrick. The'road was one of magoilicent stretches aeroes purple moors ind over the great ..bare-b somed hills of Donegal Ocerhead the clouds hungin masses of grey fleece, now and then shot with a ray of the etrougliog sun. Sometimes we drove on for a mile or two without seeing a human being or a ring of smoke from a tbatohed roof. The eiler.ce was so intense, the solitude on to grand a s:ale, that the quick thud of the mare's hoof on the road seemed like an im pertinence. The driver wase impressed. He ceased to soap his long whip and turned off the t~p of hin loquacity. He was son of our land lord at Ktltybhege-- youth with a merry eye, a tonzlt of brown eurly hair, and a ready tongue. Presently there rose upon the quiet sir afearfcl scream. It was repeated again and egain with an effect that was...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MOURNING. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 27 October 1888

SLPacw Opb.Nau Iying thr.t "yon may vear your rue with a differmce" acme. h3 Is the mind. wbton ce Ia ahown the !kiae the, are Umortae each year for mumming edi h a - o e r germenla treur Yminit we mew mua Ho.. that might imaghe the orape eel 41i" ed stber "trappligs of woes" juel 03W tO be seen. Henrietta clot,, a mixture of silk and wool, is still generally used for a widow's gown. trimmesi with crape. Crepe Imperial was shewn m-, a material that has all the appearance of silk crape, and yet will bear rata without spoiling. These two materials might be combined, in the widow's dr:e that is worn for 'he first six months. Thi. dress is usually a severely plain one. its only relief being the folds of white lieme at throat and wieate With it is worn a small crape bonnet and a four-yard-long veil plainly laid on the bonnet and fastened with moorning pine at each side. This extends nearly as far to the back as in front, and, indeed. almost shrouds the figure. In six months this vell is ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 27 October 1888

Ran-omn . Sim. ind Jeferieo Lim ted. Johr. D Luke ano Son, 42(ously Bntke tstm west, MLeoaare. alne agents. - SpOcjsiiitse the otew imroved portable eangin. .pioieili built for the colonies, with enlargedcylindea.. inoaeased straegth in working p.rt. enlarged bolter and beating surface. improved fcliti's lot cleanlng oat boler, safely lockup firesboz and aeb upen. and aLl modrou improvemente. To. oew draigg4jaralsalsa Tbreaber, ftted with famou. r lhskaa, thimd bleat under oaving.riddle. is swrove. perft sra abking perfect neparntioea from ceriaga* pPIfect dregeleg. It is perfection. If pan are S0La g mns', fit one of these. Donaldson. patent tlon, molt. a small cheap mill, aiitable for farm ase. or for amaf township.; ized enagies, emn other aeoialtaael mtaholoar. Mewa. Rassains. Dims, and Jeflfie wore well known for b. asealaene of tbeir mean factures, navies secarod Ant ilw all one, s world..- Mse..Daoks end Lion ay bh ooa ratelted upon having scented 'sab a Sweeblagne. eiA llarg...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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RECHABITE ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 27 October 1888

RECHABITE ANNIVERSARY.I:I : The first anniversary of. the:Hope of Elsternwick Tent,: I.O.R. was celebrated last Wednesdayi evening in the Recreation Hall, Murphy-street, when upwards of one hundred -and fifty of the members, visitors and their friends assembled to' partake of a tea laid out in the anti-rooms adjoining the large hall. After ample justice had been done to the eatables, an adjournment was made .to the large hall, where under the presidency of Cr. A. Geddes, V.D.C.R. a concert in which the instrumentalists, singers. reciters, and actors ably.: acquited themselves. Cr. A. Geddes, P.D.C.R. in taking the chair, apologised for the absence of 'Mr. Munro, MI.L.A.. and after complimenting the members of the Tent on the handsome and im posing appearance of the hall, said he was pleased as one of the offieers of the Order to be present on the occasion of their first anniversary, and the mor so as the tent had since :its .e'tion steadily' progressed. :He Surged thii claims of the...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PROPERTY SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 27 October 1888

PROPERTY "'SALES=. C Mr. Winm.J. Butcher 'eports having held a sale of the Primirose-hsilaEstate, North Brighton, in conjunction ?with W. H. Peryman and Co. , Seventy three lots were sold out of the ;111 which comprised- the whole estate.: The Point Nepean road frontages;real ised from £310s. to £5 .per foot; Cen tre-road, £3 2s. 6d. to££30 do.;. Prim rose-crescent, £2 19s. Gd.:to4£2 t do. Viole-crescent, £2 10s. to £2 do.:, The land sold realised a total of £9,S00 I s. 3d. Messrs. Baylee, Shevill, and' Co: re part three sales viX, Maribyrnong-park Estate, Ascotvale, £10.931 12s. :ld.; Crown of Balaclava (in conjunction with .Walstab and Son),£9,542 2s.; Cobur :Reserve (in conjunction with F. L. Flint). £6,298 Is. 3d.; total, £26 771 15s. 9d. The attendance at each, sale, owing to the Caulfield, Cup, was smialier than expected, but every: lot offered was sold. Messrs. John Vale and :Son report having held a sale of allotie?tit5s inthe WVattletree and Tooronga LRoids Estaite Malvern,...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 27 October 1888

To Profcssional and Mercantile Men. We beg to draw attention to the follo6: ingi-£3 a year insures against ALL acci dents to human life and secures £1000 at' Death aii'd £b a week `diring iiijnly. Pro :posal forms and all particulars -on applicai tion :to the Colonial Mutual. Insurance Company, 82 Collins street, West.; One Thousand Five Hundred claims have :been' paid by this Company.. i Deaf, A Person cared of Deafness and nioises in the head will send a description of it pREE to any Person who applies to NICHOLSON,: S65 William street, MIelbourne. YANDELL'S DIARRHEA MIXTURE?l the must efficacious preparation for this com plaint quickly relieves and restores they system to its natural condition.-(Advt.) Why; go. Further'1. Canton` Tea Company, 116iA Chapel'strbct, Pihrahn;, re Selling Choicest INew Seasbn's Teas at 1s, Is'3d,'?s 6d. Is 9d and 2s ler lb 'andnpwards. a Boxes, qunrter.chests, :half 'chests and chests at Greatly Reduced.Rlates J G . B.YBDE-L Consulting Herbalist 32 Ch...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 3 November 1888

SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, PRINCE OF WALES' BIRTHDAY. AT THREE O'CLOCK. ON THE GROUND. Continuation of the Sale of the Celebrated :MURIUMBDEENA PARK The Eye of the District. Within Five Minutes' Walk of the Murrumbeena Station, and also having the 1IOSSTO\N iRAILWAY LINE adjoining on the Southenl Boundary. 128 BUSINESS & RESIDENTIAL SITES 128 Having Noble Frontages to MURRUMBEENA ROAD AND KANGAROO ROAD, And Comprising, without doubt,the Finest Estate that has been Thrown Open to the Public in the Whole of this Beautiful and Charnning Suburb. c" ;Grand Views. Excellent Drainage. Noble frontages and depths. To Speculators, Investors, Builders, Shopkeepers, and Others. JOHN VALE AND SON AND MILES AND BARRY Have been instructed to Submit to Public Auction, this ,Much-coveted Estate. TERMS-£-10 per lot deposit; balance 3, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21, and 24 months at 6 per cent. Solicitors-M1ESSRS DAVIES, PRICE AND WIGHTON,- Chancery Lane. Free Railway P'asses. Lunchcon in spacious...

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HOW PILLS ARE MADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 3 November 1888

IIOW PILLS ATRE M.ADE. TilE Custonm of taking medicine iii tle form of pills dates far back in history. The object is to enable us to swallow easily in a coldensed form disagreeable and nausuotis, but very useful, drugs. To what vast dininsidns pill-taking has grown may be iniagined when we say. thatin Eniglandalone about 2,000000000 (tw6 tlhousand million) pills are con suined every yeam : In early days pills were made slowly by hand, as the de mand was comparatively small. To-day they are producedwitli infinitelygreater rapidity by imachines especially con trived for the purpose, and with greater accuracy, :too, in the proportions of the vvarious inigredients employed. . No form of medication can be, better than a pill, provided only it is intelli gently prepared. But right here occurs the difliculty. Easy as it may seem to make a pill, or a million of them, there' are really very few pills that can be hpnestly conmmended for popular use. Most of themii either undershoot or over ....

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BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2. Before Messrs. Bent, Willder, Sprigg, and Allan Js.P. THAT NIGHTSOIL AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 3 November 1888

BRICHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2. Before Messrs. Bent, Willder, Sprigg, and Allan Js.P. THAT NIGIITSOIL AGAIN. Eugene Petit, a foreigner in the em ploy of Mer rs. (:oft and I{aines, nightmen of St. Kilda, was charged under the police offences st-atute, with spilling nightsoil in South-road East Brighton on the morning of the 25th; ult. II. Rutherford, market gardener re siding at South Brighton, stated that on the morning in question at about 6 a.m. he heard a noise and looking out he saw the accused now before the court in the act of depo-iting a load of nightsoil in the east side of south-road directly opposite his (witnesses) prem ises. The fellow was in the act of scraping out the cart and deposited the whole of its contents in a heap on the road. Accused, who pleaded guilty was fined £20, in default distress, in further default 6 months imprison ment, the Mayor as chairman of the bench, said he regretted that the Act did not allow of imprisonment with out the option of...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 3 November 1888

CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. Elsternwick.-Rev. J. Hay, 11 and 7 Oheltenham 3, Mentone 11, and Mordi alloc 7, Rev. R. M. Fergus, M.A. Caulfield, Rev. H. B. Macartney. 11 and 7 Armadale, Rev. F. Webb. Elsternwick, Rev. P. Bailhache. Malvern, Rev..C. J. Godby, 11 and 7. Oakleigh, Rev. T. U. Rest. Brighton CongregationaL-. Morning and, evening, Rev. J. Rickard. Malvern, Rev. C. Moon, 11 and 7. 0akleigh, Rev. J. F. Gannaway, 11 and 7 Christian Chapel-Brighton, 11 and 7. Cheltenham, Mr. Bryant, 7. Union Church-Caulfield, Rev. J. Gregson 11 and 7. South Brighton Hall.- Mr. 3 --- 7. Presbhyterian.-Brighton. Rev. D. Gordon: 11, and 7. Wesleyan Methodist--Brighton, 11, Rev: W. A. Quick, 7, Rev. J. B. Smith Mill Street, Rev. J. J. Brown 11. and! East Brighton - Student 11, and Mr. Weber 7. South Brighton, Rev. G. Daniel 11 and 7. Cheltenham, Mr. Webb 7. Mordialloc,-Mr. Webb 11. andMfrRigg 7' Primitive Methodist-South Yarra, Rev C. Anthony 11 and 7. North Brighton, Rev. B. Wibberly 11. & ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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CRICKET. BRIGHTON 3rd eleven v CLENDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 3 November 1888

CRICKET. oBRIGToxN 3rd eleven V CLENDON. This match was played last Saturday at Allies paddock and resulted in a win for the local team by 16 runs. Scores Brighitn 55, Clendon 39. The principal scores for Brighton were Nankervis 14 (not out); Mitchell 13, and M3'Lean G. In the second innings the Clendon lost 6 wickets for 21. The wickets were obtaiied by Leonard 6 for 19, Rogers 3 for 1, Pye 1 for 16, M'Lean 1 for 14, Small 2 for 22, On account of the races to day, the Brighton third eleven will not have a match, and only3 teams of the'club will be playing this afternoon.. . HURLINGOHAX V BRIGHTON JUNIORS. This nmatch was played last Satur day on the ground of the former, and rosulted in a win for'the Hurlinghamn, who turned the tables of last season by scoring an easy win. Newstead with 14, Oxford with 17, and Bennett 7, balled best against the bowling of Float and Jas. Grundy, who took 3 for 21 and 2 for 7 respectively. With 61 to win Henderson and Jno. Grundy start ec the batting...

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BRIGHTON LIBRARY DEBATING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 3 November 1888

BRIGHTON LIBRARY DEBATING CLUB, On Tuesday evening 23rd October, the usual fortnightly meeting of the ahbve club was held at the library, J. Webb, Esq. (vice-president), occupied the chair during the preliminary business. It was decided that this club should join the M;utual Improve ment Societies' Union of Victoria. The following were chosen as delegates for that purposo:-The President. Messrs Webb, Sprigg, Darvall and the Secretary, After some other business had been disposed of, Mr Webb, who vacated the chair in favor of Mr Sprigg, L.LD., opened an interesting debate upon the question, ".Is the higher education of Women advisable:" By the term "higher education of women" he meant such a mental training as would fit women to take degrees at universities. This would militate against a woman's filling her proper position with efficiency. Woman has the charge of the house hold, theimportant duty devolves upn her of modelling the minds, of forming the lh.bits and manners of her childr...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 3 November 1888

L Stevenson & Sons Limited, .Ceatlnolng the Ervla.. SL. IERVENBOs and EONS, Nelabllitod I82. Head Omee: 14 FlIId.r Lsa. East. Uslbourso. CAPITAL. 63020.o1. lnoerpneted adesthe Compsletae toaf. i.< DIHEnoORo: the Hon. C. H. James. ILHL .h b. *1-n. Idveed a Lloy J.Lod Hooeal, o H: £..y1monaByQ In addillon to thelo ordInary b'rnorrt, will bews preoerd b e·Iscob ANLl.or ALL OLANSO' of C tcHANDIMl And wll ttndrrtlk ANNOIUU eIther foe BUT[aO cc SHr.LINS. The ompansy are open to ..oe'. depoelD hyonoable rates. . F1. BBINDCVRN O Man BERBBRT TETVINtON OIWOEU L. 0. UTIEVRBON Manowcle ilweate.. Lewd". ALBERT BUILOINC SOGIEU BfLaD OP DIBAOWORs EDWARD WAToNB. Neq. J.P., 0ab... J.A. KITCHEN, RcI.. Vie Obaltrau. Hon. F.?DiLRaI, Z .LA. JOHN BUOWIOKKt. Eq. H. J. LANODON. lleq.. JP. MAN GR : A. E. E'LENNAN OFFERS BPSCIA+L Ali . V -A Q-8' .arl 111V16?ORW. DEPOIIPOtI4, rid Ii " tIc r Ist, ieuded daily at 0.Iur t . n.. O d. DEPQI'$i.BS For 11 mooLie recoel, e p ot'L 1 6 peael, l per 0...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 3 November 1888

Ransome? , B?lat an Jemterlee Lmn'ted. John Danko and 8on. 42(only) Bourke street welst Melbourne, sole agents. Specialities the new improved portable engine, speolalb built for the colonees, with enlerged cyllndes, increased strength in working ports, enlamd boiler and beating surlsoe. improved factlil |e for cleaning out boiler, eafety lock.up Bresbox and asmb pan, and all modernm improvmant. Th. new deeign. Anrlalaaie Thrasher, fitted with famous rotary shakers, third blast nuder uaving-riddle, is seMnree perfect ehaking, perfect separation from cavin., perfect dresting. It is perfection. It ou ae weanTin one, get one of these. Donaldeon'e patent flour mill, a small cheap mill, suitable for farm use, or for small township; fixed engines, and other agricultural machinery. Messr. Rsasomee, Sime, and Jefries are well known for the ezoeUsnce of their mann factarem, baving secured frat prles all over the world. Merea.D Dank and Son may be engratullated upon having secured sbch a valua...

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LIFE IN THE ALPS. PROFESSOR TYNDALL'S STORY OF HIS OWN EXPERIENCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 3 November 1888

LIFE IN THE ALPS. PROFESSOR TYNDALL'S STORY OF HIS OHN EXPERIENCES. Professor Tyndall contributes the follow log to " Youth's Companion": Leaving England in July, and returniog in October, I spend three months of every year among the Swiss mountains, where I now write. Various and etrik'ng are the aspeots of nature. witnessed during these long visits. Sunshine from unclouded skies dense fog, mountain mist, furious rain and hall, and scow so deep that, were not my wife and I snch thorough children of the h 11e, and so well acquainted with their ways. we shouldsometimes fearimprisonment in our nighland home. The r.gion where we dwell was chosen by Mrs Tyndall and myself on oount of its surptasing beauty and grandeur. I first made its scquain lance twen y.nine years ago. The ancient name of the alp on which we have built our nest is Luegen Alp, and this lI the name that we have given to our cottage. I have called it a obhflet, but it is by no means one of the ploturesque wooden edifice...

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OAKLEICH SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 3 November 1888

OAKLEICH SHIRE COUNCIL. THinsnDAY, NOVEMBER 1. A special meeting of the above was held in 'the Council Chambers, there being present :-- rs. Wilson (pres ident) Binns, Beggs, Willis, and Tay lor. The secretary stated that the meet ing had been called for the purpose 6' discussing whether or no it was desir rble to join with the lMoorabbin shire and the town of Brighton, in the es tublishment of central Abattoirs. The President stated that he and Cr. Binns had attended a conference at the LMoorabbin Shire Hall on the 22nd at which there were represen tatives from Brighton ann M3oorabbin. Cr. Potts of Moorabbin explained fully the object for which the conference had been called, but he and Cr. Binns had informed their co.delegates that they could not pledge their council to any scheme until particulars in full had been given. He said that it ap peared that the lMoorabbin and Brighton councils wished to form a kind of syndicate and conjointly erect Abattoirs, to be leased to some party...

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HOW A MINER DISCOVERED A CHEST OF GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 3 November 1888

HOW A MINER DISCOVERED A OREST OF GOLD. A man named Alexander Slanhope, who has returned to Galena (Illinois) after an absence of thirty-one years spent in travel, sells the following senry of how he found a fortune :-" I came to Galena in 1847, having emigrated in that year from Troro. England, after the death of both of my parents and all my near relatives. I became a miner and began the explration of a natural drift at the foot of the precipitous bluff now known st New Calefornia, After working induetriously for two weeks, I suddenly broke intou large cove, the vaulted roof of which was decorated with stalactite and spar, the latter elistening in the light of my lamp like a million dia monds. While standing, spell-bound, as the mouth of the cave, I noticed, a bshors die. lance to the sights, inside the fatern, a shelving of rock, jutting cut probably 3It from the wall andabout breast-high from toe floor, upon the top of which rested what troeed to be, on examination, a largse iro...

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A RAILWAY LESSON FROM AMERICA. (PALL MALL BUDGET.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 3 November 1888

A RAILWAY LESSON FROM AMERICA. (PALL MALL IIUDIT.) The contrast batween England and Amser can ingenuity and inventiveness fn the art of minimisintg friction and readcing dead weight I. forcibly illnatrated by the American bogie truck freight oars whblh were ex hlbited recently at St. Pancras railway station. These cars are built of tubular steel, are supported on two four-wheeled boRies, and weigh eight tone for goods and ten tons for coal. The English car weighs five tons and carries eight The Amerlcan, which weighs eight or 10. carries 30. The remilt is that if the American superseded the English track on the Midland (secording to an In. tereatlng caloulation by Mr.,Roberts in the " Railway Herald ") all the goods traffle could be carried at a saving of 198,735 tons of dea4weight on every 681,368 tons oarried. The following figures are instrouctive: astuee ,eg16 t y m. Amtn - Entlht. A. "brAe. Wsesoee resd (wNo.) - 86171 t271l er2se Weishs fc 'senO (toes)... i2e5 j I ?, 27 198736 ...

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THE FROZEN PIRATE. CHAPTER III.—I LOSE MY COMPANIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 3 November 1888

"I;THE FROZEN PIRATE. a.. BY W. CLARKBE RUSSELL, Lathor of 'The Wreck of the Grosvenor,' ' The Lady Mand,' ' A Sallors Sweetheart,' Cansrna IIL-- Lens xr CoXwPArONe. 'I lay for a lona while insensible; and that I should have reooverd my min latead of dying in that swoon I must ever -scont as the greatest wonder of a life that has not been wanting in the marvellous. I had no sooner ast up than all that had bappened and my present situation instantly came to me. My hair was stiff with ice; ?bamr was no more feeling in my hands than -ad they been of atone ; mynlothes weighed upoinie like a suit of armour. so loleexibly Lbai were they frozen. Yet I got upon my legs, and f. nd that I could stand and walk, and that life flowed warm In my -esm, for all that I had been lying mo lon. ms for an houror more, l.ved by water that •Ald have become ie bhad it been still. its was Intense'y dark; the blnnacle lamp was extingibshed, and hse light in the sabin I ibersedtoo-dilnly to throw the faintest...

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