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BRIGHTON BEACH RECREATION CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 24 September 1887

-BRIGHTON BEACH RECREA TION CLUB. -0 SA grand concert, at which there was a good attendance of the general public, -wa? given last Wednesday evening, in aid of the. funds of the above club, in the Town Hall, Brighton, by the Brighton MaWonic choir, assisted by Misses M'Dow all.and Morgan, of .Bllarmt, iss Amelia 3Banks (pupil of Madam Boeia) and Mr. F. Mor li n.. A very lengthy programme was submitted and each llady and ge'ntle than, whether as vocalist or instrumenta list , cquitted, themse?lves in such a manner, judging from the applause, as to both satisfy [and. gratify an enthusiastic a ..d appreciative audience. Mr. F.P. N?cedliam acted very efliciently as con ductor. The following was the full programme : -Song, " Come in the Stilly Night," choir ; song,' Sunshine and Shade," Mr. Lucas; song, "My'Treasures," Miss M?ior-gan; dnou., " The Moon' has raised her Lamp Above," Messrs. Exori anid .Wright; pianiororle solo, " Valse Bril liante," Miss M'Dowall ;'cavtina,"'" This, hearib...

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And District Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 24 September 1887

FOOTIALL ITEMS. S-0 The Brighton eFootball Club; played during this seison 12 inm tches, 7 of;which were w.on,. 2 sloati.and,;3. draiwn; and kicked 42 goals ai.againt '1J9 kicked by oppsing teams ..The goal kickers were H. Harris, 9 ;J. Vebb, b; Allee 4; E Harris, Wihinot sadi Iolenty, 3 each : Mouritz,l Ballantyne, Thresher, Rogers, Hamilton and Grout' 2 each?; \Vatsford and ,Pender l1each.!'.

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And District Record, The
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THE LOSS OF THE SHIP DERRY CASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 24 September 1887

TilE LOSS OF TilE SHIIl DERRY CASTLE. S'n the 12th03March last the good barque Derby Castle, Captain Jae. iGoffe, 1307 tons regis er, left GeeloiR g fir the United KingdomL, lier instricti?ius beig' to call at Falmouth !for ordeis.: The ship;)an' iron barque, aias built bjy Mussrs. Dobie and ^Sons: of Glasgosv,: in 1883; or Messrs) Speight aid Son, of 'Limerick. [Ier length overall wias y239 feet 8-th by 3(sG feet beaiurand "1 foot 4i dep hiof hold. ;The On pwvas,2-1 f l and the forecastle 26 fee'. O being~alauech ed. in Auigust 1880 she was.= clased 100 Al dandon siasrre?' j1Aui'ust; 1880; ;was` found to ? be m in: brat class order, She arrived :;h;ere' 'in.:; the". consins=' Londoii and after discharging acirgo oLf , .enerab ie rc·andisein- spie?did o?nder she was takenip by yMessrs: Gibbs, '.Bright. and >Co;? to ttke;'a :crgo ">if,:whiaa, for homie Falmnniith, ,iiirt ini tho iEglishih Channel, havl ngto c lIed at for orders. takin: in17 821 Vacks of wheat, and was fullyitis...

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MURDEROUS ASSAULT ON CONSTABLF HOLLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 24 September 1887

iiUJRDERO1US ASSAIILT O CONSTABLF HOLLAND. Shortly before midnight last Saturday the attention of Constable Holland was called to a distlurbince in front of the LExchangc Hotel, Point Nepean-road, Little Brighton, the principal offenders being two cousins named John" and. i'taick D onovan. 'The constal?d :tri~d to ,pacify' the combatants and ldvised the to desist a:nd i.o qlietly hohie, but' this-they declined to ido,¼ nd he prococdedeto.:arrest tlitm when l'atrick made use' of most 'obscene language and rasisted- strenuously, behaving in :-a most violcnt£ mannci'e In the scnifloe "which :en sued the constablc;,who was in the act o1 handciffing Patrick, was dealt a violent blow _bn the side of head whichl sentit lhirn over into the channel,'which at that par. ticular place is -:ery deep. where lihere mained for some time unnable to extricate himself: ..'Whilst in this awkwmsrd position lie was unable to defend himself against the cowardly- and ilihuman wretches, who continned in a m...

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

i, ? Spc?ial. .Ad 'crtiscnci?sts. T[ESTABLISHED 1853.1 ' GO "A HEAD" TIMIER YA.. RD -O-BBiD6E, OFT "f"ý i.yund CocinranieStcrIts;. : .1jl iTr ith '])e .... .it : '" x::: ' ERIGHTON. " 4 T? 1 ? L cr W*tte lco rnT 1 Cic'I± ..... THOMA AS CRAINE," JL2A K'C A RIIAkGE MANUFACTURER; SPRINCESS-BRIDGE,, CITY ' RD.3 South Melbourne, Regs to inform his Custoimers and the tor lice is nio' prepared to execute a"ll iinds of work coIIinnecteCd with the Carriage building Trade with Des ; nich.. : Country Orders Promptly ..°Attended To. ABBOTT .:BUGGIES: --HAC TROTTING WAGGONS A SPECIALTY. [TELEPrOnE 1011.] {?. W. H. HUNT & SON, Oppesitc"the Comnmerci0 al Bank, P1inters, P.iperhangeors & . Ge iil .. l ...... Decorators, BAY STRE.ET, NEWS AGENCY Sods6 30olo& Station cry Depot ':.BAY STREET. F. BLACKHAM, l Ha. Jras on Sale: trs :Pocket Books, great variety •i3lieo md Order Books. Writing. l'i 'mi Einvelop es, School Books, - Exereises, Slates; lJ)a'ing Blootks 3im L nifi at oi...

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

GENERAL ITEMIS Two children were burnt to deihth last Saturday iin the dwelling house of a settler named Clarkea residetnt of Swanson, Auckinmd. . ATri-a IIZUa.Luin,I the RomIloii Catholic priest, who was convicted at ]iourlke for .esist?Ig the 'atteinpt of: Ilhe'u gulrlia·i o r'ieg:iin'nthe cuistody of Elelinor Modxhualn ti ,ts petitioiedl for leavo to anipeal agini?t the d?de oisions ontthe qLuestioils:of laiW raised at the tril. Bi,,utirr M, i ? m i .,for the? Wilftil lidmler. of li?rsistir, Ani 'dCllui; ait North W a?ii ttat l his :bhid tlhe death sntience comi? i tedtto imprisoni nihnt fdoi life& ' ":)*,: . :: r- : A 2?. iriLcTivs. flre -occuriedt on the, cause of ?the deatli of ani old geitlemaii named Go "oeg ;.ho "as accideiStlIisocIl d dowii at Mal vern station by a pssn train the jiitry 'idded thi 'follol ing rider i=-q Thhat theojury coisidet: it ?ei~y necessary ltht :i fnotbiridge should le electedl without deha3 in Ply Oeof the level crossin ssi ilar 1to 9 the b...

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Humor. Mr. and Mrs. Bowser. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 24 September 1887

n mor . illr. a(, 31 Mrs. Bo?wser' . Br Mns. BOWSER. All hsbandfins d faalt.with their meals. 1 know this to be true; because Mr. Bowser says so. I think it nothing strange when Mr. Bower site down to his dinner andibet-., gins: "Humph I Same old corned beet I" "Yes, my dear; it's the same corned beef you ordered as you went down this morn-,;:: "Oh, it is I didn't know bat it was some I ordered a year ago. What do you call these things." .. "Potatoes, of course.' "Potatoes, eh? I'll try and remember that name. Andwhat's this?" S"Cabbage, my love." "Oh I didn't know but it was wood.pulp,, : my' love. Was this bread made since the war " :- I ,.. ;, S"Certainly. It is only two days old." "Humph I Buying some poor coffee again, I see I Look at that I That stuff looks as if it was dipped out of a mud.hole " .. "But you ordered this very coffee yourself " only night before last." He growls and eats, and eats and growls, and I've got used to it. It is only now and then that he proceeds to ...

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

CHUIIRCII SERVICES. Coingre 'ational-11, Rev. J. Rickard 7, Rev. O. Copelaind. Presbyterian -Wilson-street,. Rev.' D. H.: Ballant??e. M entone, 7 ; Chelton han. 11uind 3; Rev. It. M. Fergus. Elsteruwick-ll and 7, Rev. J. Hay. SBaptist' Church Bay-street-ll and 7, the pastor;I Rev. S. Howard. SSalvation Army-11, 3, ai d7 by members of the Army. Christian Chiapel Brighton' Worship 11 a.m.; prcacliisg 7 p.ni Cilristisin Chlapell Cheltc?lllnsamm'i ir~lip. I1 nn.m., preaching 7 p.m, by: Mr. Illing worth. , . .. Union Chapel, South Brighton--After noon. Mr. J. Charles ; evening, Mr. V. R. Hawkins: Churchl of Englaind.--ixteenth Suoiday after Trinity. St. Andrews, -Brighton Holy communion. 7.:45 a.m.; Mattins litany and sermon, i1 n.m.: evensong and sermon, 7 p,m. C Oakleigh-11, lRev, T. 1. Rust; 7, Mr. Looker. Enast Brighton-11, Mr. Blristowd; 7,, Rev. T. H: Rust.

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

Colleges and Schools. "FINIs CORONAT Opus." BRIGHTON LADIES' COLLEGE ("Ellesmere,") ST. ANDREW STREET, Near the Town Hall PRascirAL: MRS. J. HAINES, (Late of Clifton Hill Ladies' College), !or several years teacher under the Board-of Education, '.-? Assisted by MISS A. E. COX. English Literature and Mathematics, W. BRISTOWE, ESQ., B.A.;; French and German, OTTO MULLER. Drawing and Painting, J. F. JONES, EsQ. Pianoforte, T. J. IIAMMOND,EsQ., :i Miss BURKITT, R.A.M., AMIis. ORR, and... ' Miss A. E. COX Calisthenics, MIssEs DICK and MOON. Resident Governess: MIss, A, E. COX. jTERMS r(Payable in adance) Day Pupils:: . .English'(a below), also Languages ..: One to Four Guineas per Term Resident Pupils (under 12 years) :' English (as below), also Languages, Music, and Painting Twelve Guineas per Term Resident Pupils (over 12 years): English (as below), also Languages, Music, and Painting Fifteen Guineas per Term ENGLISH in its various branches cor prises Reading, Writing, Arithmetic (Ad v...

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A Hunting Adventure. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 24 September 1887

A HitutiU A tcentcure. William Christopher, a well-known farmer of Stockton, California, arrived in town some time aco with a curiosity in the shape of the skull of a monster wild boar which he had killed in the tules near the head of Twenty one-mile Sloughthe week before. The circum stances attending the killing of the animal are as follows:- Early in the morning one of the men em ployed on the Christopher ranch armed him self with a shot-gun and went into the woofs in search of game. He had not pro. ceeded far when he heard a noise, as though some heavy -animal was forcing its way through the thick tangle of the scrub that grew on either side of the track. A moment later the hunter was startled by seeing an enormous wild boar step from the brush a few feet in front of him, and effectually blockade the beaten track. The animal ap. peared to be as much surprised as the man, and stood for a few seconds gazing at the hunter. The latter turned and ran for a emall willow tree. The boar ...

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

o C=RI Oi KET.: S.Brightomn ricket Club. ,The lrighton will open the season this afternoon with a:. matcli,h first twelve againsatthe next sivteen, play to start at 2.45 on the Drill Room ground.'' Teams : .Twel1ve Beulkie,3r wnrieg g,3hlantyne, Bo x .asll., Cla? e. ?.ery,- Dnrunn, Lucas, ouritz, Sinis, ýpear, ,Theonponm. Sikx tern-r-COrniall, Oclhrane, Everingim, ;FitzunsuriceFarrie, Le Pa ,, Leonard, Kiiiloch, ll 'Qniien- Moffitt, Sullivan, Small,R:ice. Vebb (2), Wilson ,Wilmuot, and Aylwin... Emergencies picked on the ground.,

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

D 1DION TREfASU7.8 . . .':That moneVyor jewels buried beneath the ground, ostensibly for safe keeping, should" beuguarded by a supernatural and evil in fluence, seems to hive liBen the firim belief of past ages, perhaps from the mere fact of its being consigned to the care of the earth, beneath whose dark and heavy bosom they believed burned the everlasting fires of the Inferno. Into the keeping of Satan it was said the treasure must be given, and something of a secretnature performed at the burying, so that should others than the rightful owner seek the hidden hoard, they would be thwarted by F*eird mystery and Satanic interventino-i S°iIn the.time of the wicked Kidd, of pirati£ cal fameam,t ias 'known that. large chests of ill-gotted gold and silver were concealed by him in various places, but principally along the then wild coast of Long Island, for the waters that wash its shores were frequently darkened by the shadow of that craft whose dread ensign bore the horrible figure of ...

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

L V lealtb. - Contagious Diseases.-An eminent phy-. sieian says that scarlet fever is very much less contagious than is commonly supposiaed much less, in fact, than measles and whoop ing cough; and in proof of his opinion; he' cites the fact that,'while it is the rule for measles and whooping cough to affect all the children in a household, scarlet fever usnally limits its attacks to one or two, even though there may be others who have never had the disease, and are therefore presumably suscep tible. There is one point which the doctor it seems to us, does not lay sutfficent stress upon; and that is, that, while parents dread scarlet fever, they hive but little fear of measles or whooping cough, and, being in fluenced by that popular, pernicious and foolish impression that all children must at some time of their lives have these latter diseases, they take no pains to isolate the sick from the well, as they do if the disease be scarlet fever. The writer could give re peated instances...

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

Labiee Cohumn. Guest :.. It ie_ always rather startling when a E.L.t tirns fractious on the hand of her entertaiuere,whoin all likelihood dotheir but to please. SBih a lapse of good manners may be patiently endured; but the only pleas ant feature df uoh avisit:is the day of de parture. People of this sort are not agreeable anywhere;-they are eat on the bias and will always be a little askew. But the person of average good-nature and intelligence can, by observing several rules, at least avoid being positively tedious, if not at all times enter taining. When expecting to be met at the station, be sure and state the day of the week as well as month, and the train on which you will arrive. Be sure to send the letter several days in advance, especially if to the country; it may save you a day of weary waiting at some out-of-the-way place. One should adjust taste, sight, smell, etc., to the different' conditions of the homes she visits. It ifar from pleasant to feel that our guest has, w...

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CAULFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. Special Meeting. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 24 September 1887

f? r ,ta Special iMeeting. TuushoA, SEMrEMBERt 22. Present : Crr. , evi n (president) ,Cotton, Hartle, Holland? Lane Looker, •Langdon, Le Page andSelby...; : S.l*The President said the obji t for which this spetial inee iing;of the coun!ci ?had beeni called wps to tako inth cosiml'eration ithe desirability, orotherwihe f ri-sihdltvi isicn ofthe shire .. Aa far,as.he as.c on tceened he th,,tiht it ,Rwas rint, hlwever iti wa; for the majority to decide: i:,-; : Cr Hartle: called in question the ,action' of, the president in making the statements .just', fallen from..him. ?:,It was not, the place of .the president of. a meeting to do so, but to allow, a free discusasilon o the point at issue. tThe President saidt he was desirous of ngii, ~a-fall anll d fair discussion on any proposition, and had merelystated the ob ject, fur,which the meetiog had been called, and also isa own opinion on the matter. The Secretry stated that the rateahle value of each'idiui.' for ,the present ear, was as...

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

Y ( isceniancou.. Teaching Jack a Trick.-I beard a dog etdry the other day that wonlderve as a text in a reformatory school, or, to bring it nearer homne to some people, as- so: ariguiment i favor of educational discipline. The hero of this tale is a stubborn Irishn setter, amiable enough, but stubborn, and trained only to be good. -He never- showed any epecial talent, save to keep house and live up to his canine instincts of barking at seedy looking strangers and evincing a proper affection for the family whom he honored with his maintenance. Not very long since a young relative of the family undertook to teach Jack a trick. He was told the dog was too stubborn to learn anything, it was useless to waste time over him; but the more the obstacles thrown in his way the more the young man persisted, for he said it was time Jack knew something, and he had just taught.his own dog several amusing tricks which Jack should and must acquire forthwith. Whereupon: he called: Jack into the dini...

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

Banks. Commercial Bank of Australia (Limited) SAnthorised Capital ....... .3,000,00( Subacribed Capital ........; 2,500,00( Paid Up ... .. ..... ....1,000,00( Reserve Fund .... ... ... :.. 570,001 HrAD OPPICE-490 COLLINS ST:. W., '- : -MELBOUBNE.- : . London Officc-Bishopsgate, St. Within, corner of Lenadenhall-street; E.C.' -BRIGHTON BRANCH Corner Bay & Cochrane Streets. Interest allowed on FIXED DEPOSITS highest current rates. &DRAE on London ofihe, bianches and 11 DilsMscounted and Adances IMade. W. MWFarland, Manager. ENGLISH. SCOTTISH AND AUSTRALIAN CHARTERED BANK'.. (Incorporated by Royal Charter 1852) Paid up Capital, with power to increase-to £1,500,000... . 1'720,000 Reserve Liability of Shareholders: ; 720,000 Reserve find ' ... ... ...220,000 Elsternwick Branch: GL EN: HU'NT LiY R 0-AD, (Near Railway Station.) Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits ati Higlest Rates.) Drafts issuedon the London oflice Branches and agenits of the Bank at Current Rates of Exchan...

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Traveller. Life in Wild Siberia. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 24 September 1887

Zravci[er5 \ Life ice WINN Siberia. "In eacii cabin is thelarge fireplace;which is tieed for both heating andecooking," said Lieut; W. H., Soheatze, who has travelled in north-west Siberia. "There is seldom more than'one room in these 'cabins, and usually the owner's cattle, if he has any, occupy one end of the room in which he lives, being tied, or prevented from trampling on the babies by a bar. The houses are commonly very com fortable, but are very dirty, and smell there is no word to describe it. Often, until I got used to it, I would rather lie down in the snow outside, with the thermometer fifty degrees below zero, than sleep in one of these huts. But you have no idea what aman can stand when he has to." ' "Have they windows in their houses?" "Yes, ice windows. They use ice aswe use glass. A clear piece is selected about five or six inches thick, mortised in the window. opening in blocks two feet and sometimes four feet square, and with water is made solid. The water is as go...

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An Abe Lincoln Story. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 24 September 1887

ItnAic Abe Lincoli; Stolry. ';, I heard a story repeated the other day as an "Abe Lincoln Story," but which is older and must have slumbered somewhere for a good while. :Certainly, it is not one that the politiiadns would be likely to repeat on the stump, because it reflects on their craft. In a little group at the Parker House, a rather noisy young politician from the City Hall was echoing the sentiments of Henry Watter. son, "and defending the principle that the spoils belong to the victor. "I see no reason," . said he, "why :any Republican should be kept in a Federal olffice here in Boston -while I, a Democrat, who lhave worked hard for the party, am left out in the cold." "That reminds me," said an elderly man, whom all the town would recognise if I were to.describe him, "of an incident that I heardotfeayly in Lincoln's Administration. There was a local politician who went on to "Wiashington to get an office that he felt sure only awaited his application to be given to him. , In...

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BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. Before Mess's Bent, Frncais, Webster, Wilson and Jamieson. INDECENT ASSAULT AND EXPOSURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 24 September 1887

BRICHITOS POLICE COURT. "FI:IyiY, SEPTEMBEItR 23. B foro Mess-s Bent, Frncais, Webster, Wilson and Jarmieson. INDErCENT ASSAULT AND ExrObURE. '.rnest' Hiid, chiarred with the abnve offrncey ,on ,;:the application Mi , .Wisewould, who s'ated that suflicient timne had not elapsed to allow of wit :nesses being summoned,, &e. was re manded for seven days. SAý;.ASSAULT ONY COINSTABTE IOLLtD:. P.itrick Donovan, John Donovan, James Burgess and John Leddy (,in bail) were cehargiad:witihhavingeommitted a cowardly, assault ini Constable Holland in the Point'Nepean-road on Saturday last.~' Serg i.,t Ryani applied for a remand ini consequence of the constable not being fit to attiid. " Mr F. Stephen, s;n.,, who appeared for the prisoners, asked that the same bait as before sho:ild be allowed. :: "?:?' 6r; Remanded for 7 days, baild bemg egranited ;themselves° in .£100 and two sureties each of a similar amount. COCK-A-DOODLE DOO.0 Thomas Atkinson, an elderly man (an habituate of the cour...

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