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Breaking the Spell. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 10 November 1888

Breaking the Spell. I've loved you long, I've loved you well, None could have loved you better; Your presence was a potent spell Which bound me like a fetter. For mrnthe I hava not ceseed to woo you, But you-you do not love me, do yone? For now you tarn your head away Whene'er you see me coming; Whilst I am sighing welladay, You some light waltz are humming. 'Twsa different when you chanced to meet me A year ago, then emilea would greet me. Si, sweet, good-bye I The word sounde sad: It cannot be man's duty To lovei a woman if ebe add Unkindness to her beauty. An, me I what minohief you ve been dolng I From this day forth Leease my wooing!,

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 — 10 November 1888

Don't Throw Away. Don'a throw awaS your old .poono? fork., salvers, tes and ooffeae.eevioes, epergnes, crue:s, e'e. Send them to John DankL and Son, 42 Bonrke street went, Mel'nu ne. to be re-Dlsted equal o aew.--( MU aAWr ILUW gANWL r palutclaet) bmsnei Y m paeslei Ndigosr sa speearlm Lal mu ci ofutlac. mM adm y Yeet. guac. W Yadelad Im1a 3'e.:sw. Maills uernlula.5 Ii. baole dnm - eun iaaee iaesayg NeOO sestibr. add euaobueeyom Lcii bi d~Iguelma. II siu t llrMetupmc the imach I. rafew .1CMb. aft., r7 mum. Ly a l0U5.00,55e mouth II wedges ts bSMt. ee ad IM MuuaM dUen Is. tBborn boea'rb,. KU33&T3 WTlS wWIm spmon Iaenlsby meseb p rOmeoig Ba Ipew ts einiuh Ir -ele Sqage M ulMM deltala pueuti5 b- agesa try-m~l. miIs st Soe dmo 0l&U CL-l dain. I ' sd M ci nimbi %ey l b M- bylbl kY a3 _ bm1`Ye Gaauslrs, BNah, Lavatgyce.3' Larig ooomimenae jult opened" op, nits l Wtest mproeement alnd of approuedb de signa. John Dmnko and Son. 42 only Btnrke ltreet weal. Uulbooaru-(eaDY) A ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE NATURAL HISTORY OF A CHINESE QUARREL. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 10 November 1888

THE NATURAL HISTORY OF A OEINIISE QUARREL. A writer in the "North China Herald," dieansainu "Social Typhoone," .or domestic and other brawls among the Ohinese, says that among a popaintion of suah uneeampled density, where famtilee of great tize are 'crewc e together-three or four generations, with ad the wives and children under one roof-occasione for quarrel are all pervasive. The sons' wives and children are proliflo sources of domesti unnpleauansneas..Enioh wile strives ti, make her husband feel that in the communiy of property he is the one who is worsted; the elder wife tyrsnnises over the younger ones, and the latter rebel. The instinea ot the Western with a grlevance to Co get it redressed straightew?y; that or the O.iental is, earst ol all, to let the wherl at large know that he has a grievance. A Coinaman who bas been wronged will go open the street and toar as the top of ha vtoa. This art of hallooing, as ie is called in Oniaes., is close'y aseooia;ed with that of revt:io...

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 — 10 November 1888

JohnDantk and Soie irrtgattng.nglut m Mesers. John Danks and Son, 42 Bour?e Street wear, Melbouore, are now more thin. ever devoting themeulvee t.' this line of businese. Their Monitor ,ump for horse. works is really inexpreesive, an.i at the same time capable of irrigating largo areas; having secured the svency of Messers. Ransoms., Sime, and Jeffriee for portable engines. ?e.ere. DaDnk and Son are able to compete weall for large irriestion plante, ompr;llg oeotrifatal pumps, engine and pipes completes and, tbino thorough practical enginesee, their goaod may be always relied upon A. large stork of special prpees for.irrigesZ: always on hand.-(Anvr.l WHAT WHAT WHAT WHAT WHAT WHAT BACK ACOHE WARNER'S GRAVEL. RE BUMATISV0 SAFE CURE NEURALGIA, HEAD AChiB,E , CURES NERVOUSNESS, 1 INDIGESTION. There ti o Donar of this great remrqdy' potency. Ia to No New Deouviavr uregowlea and mayhap wortaasse, bat Is famu?ar o the publio for years as the only reliable remedy foe diseases of the Kidneas...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AT THE EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 10 November 1888

AT THE E?xIBITION. Monsieur H. Taine, the great French :eritle, remark.s in hie "Notes on England " that the typieal Enattahman has a genoua for details, and that a love for <do aile would seem to be a characteristi of the wrhole Brilsh race. Monsiear Taloo would; certainly bare deecribed Mr E. Miller, the music buainees manager of the Ciptennial Exhibition, as a man with a sgemni for detaile. On a recent vialt to the Exhlbition. I esw the whole of the arranger mente for the Centennial choir, which have all been planned and carried out under the supervieion of Mr. Miller, and With which it would be very dfficolt to find any fault. Before the prevsnt Exhibition, the arrangemente far the anoommodation of masicians and singers in Ibp building was very loadeqoa oe Indeed; ,but Mr Mtl:er has changed all that. To show how many detaile bad to be thought of in coonection with the Centennial choir, itmay be mentioned that the 1,200 yarde of ribbon ound for the cashes of the Iady m...

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 — 10 November 1888

F OETY . POUUJ DS " :E.VWARD. TWILLIAM DUD:CAX, formerly of Surrey. Englaod--we in Son Fronclsco, 15?23.-n or near'Mcboarne an tutor about lnO wlI'her nefws to his advantage on communlosting withme. or the bore rwrd will be pid for rondu .ieereideodesofhl dneth. -IL. HARDEN srI solicitor. Melbourne. AsLt, UUtatMaJaL D, sao ua0auUoaaa.. 5ols, .Haohinery mnd Butchers' good, of- all Minds. :i?lphreor ned lea!no-Beest q?llty. Ball for manuroe, ?beep. Cattle, ta. Tee, Gre:erie ansd pstoes.: Henry Benyt. 14? Speneee street, lelbouoe. BoleAg?so for Black Hone Brond CeOre and Fine trtt TrPUST MONEY, In amoosse st saul to ror rt S. nterest truum areo per ent. Small Iran ono doeds. iuthout mor;:oe arraoged .rthboo delay.. J. W Bogg acd Oo. oremanby Chromb?re, 67 Chaneony Iose. lleltoneeo sFsteltebed 181.4. i.URSY - YMUBa B UBS AUBtRALIAN and NATIVE, an 118ENse ol00E ". . 8. BOLARK?.. Ferler, 7 Flluders etreet woet, aod Bro?owfk, - Obtained higheet award at Ezhihtlt~ns im London, Amsterdam, au...

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A MATRI[?]ONIAL CATE[?]HISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 10 November 1888

A MATI?Olt stl&L uAlRUlTHIM. Ha wa. very pirscrioi,evad in order to have eveelahing tlr a0rd eplsre bef(o,-b.od, t: aid - 'You know, dasl ni I promised my n.other thaglmy wife should be a good hbun-keeper, nda domert!c woma,,. Can son cok?' ' pean,' she esaid, swallowing a grao. big lamp in her throat. " Oan you make good hrel 1 ? That it the fundamental prnooipleof ali houeekeepig ' .Yea, I weot ijtu, , hakery. ant :ea,oe, Lhow to matok all kinds of hewos' t?he ,dde, ader bhr breath. 'to .yho.' And can doyour owndraeSmakinr:g I ou, uOmpa.at?veey a pocr mst't. orve, nod droese mikere' bill would eroo,. b.,kuptr mr. 'Yes.'he ha id, frankly, I van make every. thin I wear, especially pa:teru bonutte.' '?"inur are a jewel,' he cried with enthusi Iam;'Come to my arms-- " Wait a minute-ttsec'e no hurry.' she eaid.eoo!ly. ' It's my turnt to ask a row quee Loiorne On you rawo ??oo.?oda mt crry in c.iont 'Wby',,my love, I boaul? hire that work done.' SCtni you make youe c i. vo'ta, t...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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VON MOLTKE AT HOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 10 November 1888

VON MOLTKE AT HOME. ; , The "KolnfecheZeiosung onhblise a long . and irntareasting article on Oo-?it Moltkes' Oficial raeidence which the gre?s tactician it: aolDIr o reslID, altb.:ogh hr no louger holds his odice, DECOBATED ACCORDTLN TO TIE TAOTE or oUw LYpR?trt FOrlIr.ICL, Since his 'tfr fIrom tre F a-co-Germsla ° tar, Von Moltke has ban tis h me ia th, oftlci.l b lao ,. of Lte Gen*rat Stit of thi rmay n i the Ki rltplrsa at Bcrlll, where the Chief of the rtiaff ba a slrn. re-.idere , witl thirty winddoe elamc rtrhgK im.oietz atradhe nltitUe-.ra.re, 'Ine Etrproes Frederick her self, as that tame Crown Princrs ol Germany, rrndert.,ok the le .ervir.i n of the decorolive •rrandemtne,, ,.,1 hbr sro'llent taste i' 'tp clrll0 Vloble in the Wh "etoI: room. w .lre the er+r-,le+,r." reader orrf~ u I seen to rxcetI,e,t clse- cl mresic, a d bha adi,'iring rmtrll em-,n.--rat.r, iu the virotrlah ,.tbe of' "blob lb Freld il;ehaal. Treo r' ls, llatrO and attentive, wm I4 hia ci.or. Bit of hki he...

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THE HAUNTED HOUSE IN CHEYNE ROW. A SEANCE WITH "THOMAS CABLYLE" AND OTHERS. (PALL MALL GAZETTE) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 10 November 1888

THE HAUNTED HOUSE IN CHEYNE ROW. A SA-Nco wera "Taonas CANLZL' AND (PALL MALL 0?Ztt )) The masons were busy at No. 24 Cheyne row when we turned in from the Embank ment, and ladders were up in front of the house. It seemedas if the familiar old house, which has been rendered ascred by it8 aseo niations with Mr. Carlyle, was undergomg an outside restoration. Oa examinattoo, how ever, it was found that the men with the ladders outesde were only arranging to insert a medallion bust of Mr. Carlyle in the front of the house to mark it out for the pilgrime who come to Chelsea from all parts of the English - speaking woeld. After standing empty foreome oeare se nonoe n sn now been occupied. OCrlains are in the windows, and there are eigns of life and activity much greater Ohao bhose which were visible during the closing years of the old sage's life. The hove. itself has been renamed as Carlyle hones, ana it oi now lt toe o0dupaiuo lot arn. Catiello,. who for seventeen years was Mr. Usrlylo'...

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PASSAGES FROM THE EMPEROR FREDERICK'S DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 10 November 1888

PAtiSAGBS FROM THE EMPEROR S RBDEBICK'8 DIARY. The following are some farther extractl from the Emperor Frederlnk's diary as given in the "Denleehe Randschan." They all belong to the time of the Franco-German War: - THE -NMIIBEOB.' MOTTO, On 29th July he writes:-" Oartwrqght to coming from Italy, where opinions differ as to the person from whom Rome may hope to get most. I have a prelentimeot that after the present war we shall havo an interval of peace after all the bsttles and bloodshed, b a at present my motto is, * Fearlessly snd eteadily onward, with the help of Gd4 "' Wata re0 rd to the co-opera ion of the Soutt Getutest States, he writes ou 6 h Augut -- ' Tu'eir aslsosnce has been the eomeut between the varrooa bodies of troops. Toe consequencee will be of enour mous impsrsae ifwe only seriously try not to le. the i reeot moment slip by unosed.' He adds : 'A Frenon Coirasler colonel s.il to me, " Alas, Sir, what a defeat ; what a mis.ortune. 1 am ash med of bei g a prisoner. ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SCRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 10 November 1888

SCLAPt The. verage height of Frenchmen i 5ft. 4in. their average weight 1341b. There are 40,000 sailore and maritime libourers on theAustralian ouast. The Marohioness of Ripon has subscribed £I0 towards the Pernell Bzpecses Fund. The Congo Btate has been divided for ad mini-trasive purposes intoeleven provinues. I h b een decided o, rea??re the beantitli Ohapter Hone. of the Oathedral a; Linooln at a aces of £7,000. A btandard dictionary of the Obieeee lea. guage, containingl bout 40.000 eharacter., was p.rfected by Pa out-sae, who lived abho 1,100 a a. The Iodian mutiny begin with the disband ment oserveral Bngel elatments in MIroh. 1857. P.sificatiouceieb?ated in England, st May, 1859. P-.p Leo XIII. bn omrnonoeed a coo. d.mnation of t. Idalic Ga.nv-rmenn foreon. 'a nnd inaulte to ch Pl.pao ant Utorpation of Rome, the cevi.al of tee OCatholic wo.rlr.' Lord Brave-r an '~eha Aunt.r an ooloonle will give effectv.., unp-o't to En rls'td in de fending [ndi.; th, ...e * rtsiot * lierae,...

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HOW THE SUEZ CANAL INJURES ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 10 November 1888

HOW THE SUEZ OANAL INJURBES ENGLAND. Colonel Sir C. V. Wilson, oreident of the Geographical Section of the British Assooia lion, delivered the openinr addrers of the section at Bath recently. In the coarse of the addrees he said :-" The opening of the Suea Canal, by diverting trade from the Cape route to the Mediterranean, has produced and tis stilt psodoing chaonge intheintercorse between theEase end she Weetwhich affect this country, more nearly, perhaps, than any other Europea, State. The changee have been in three directions. First, art ncreasiong pro portion of the raw material and produe:s of toe East is carried direct to Mediterranean ports by ships passing through the canal, instead of coming, as it once did, to Eoaland for distributioo. Thus Odeesa Trieste, Venice, and Marseilles are becoml?g centres of dietribution for Southern and Central Europe, a, Antwerp and Hamburg are for the North; and our merchants are thus toeing the prohts they derived from transhipping and forwa...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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THE FROZEN PIRATE. CHAPTER V.—I SIGHT A WHITE COAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 10 November 1888

THE ;FROZEN PIRATE.; ýY W. CLARKEZ RUSSELL, a-thor of ' The Wreck of the Grosvenor,' ' The Lady Mand,' * A Sailor's Sweetheart,' OU"axas V.-I Scour A WarrE Ooas?. Foni dlays did I pasce in that little open The frst day was fine till eu-aet ; it then blew fresh from the norrh-wess, and I was ebliged to keep the boat before the wind. The next day was dark and turbulent, with heavy falls of snow and a high swell from he north, and the wind a small gale On the third day the sun shone, and It was a fair day, but horribly cold, and I saw two Ioeberge like clouds upon the far western ?ea-line. There followe( a arnel night of elonded skies, ale-r, and snow, and a very troubled sea; and then broke the fourth say, cs softly brillians as an English May a'bot sold-great God. how cold i 5Zhus might £ epitomise thispassage ; "ad I do so to spare you the wearinesa of a ;aJIon of uuonontful soff-ring. <in those four days I mainly ran before the wind, and in cnis way dr,ve many Loagues so...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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BLACK BLOOD: A PECULIAR CASE. BOOK II. CHAPTER XXXIV. PUT TO THE TEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 10 November 1888

BLACK BLOOD: A PEOULIAR O&EE. Br GEORGE [&ANVILLE FENN, 4uthor of ' The Master of the Ceremonies. 'The Parson of Damftrd,' Etc. BOOK II. CHAPTER XXXIV, PUt TO Tug TtIT. The strikes and lockouto continued in the I town, but the troops were called out no more. Aspell of stormy wrabher set in, and the most loery of the rioters felt quenchel by the tre menduns downpour which saturated everyr thing Iad sent the river tearing thre·gh the eusdowsr no longer a peaceful silver stream, hut a turbid torrent draining awaythe peaty waters of the moors. Then came a creak-up of the clouds, the eon ehone out. and R ,b Black felt as itf new I life was beginning as be received orders to act the par of' bearer of A.despsoh tn the next I osewn,, where:a op. bl'.se regiment bad I beeu stationed oeosq en ep.en the troubles. I -.He rode off wi. withis deaosch-acareged eabresaiabe, bln??? d; b s ard, d inds time gosover the twqhty d de, between"e" two towns, delivered his 'letter, messed wi...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 10 November 1888

ITEMS OF INTERESit A gigantio sehemes i proposed by wjlich the canons of the RL~oky Moauaios are no be dammed oup from Ibe Usandian boundary to Mexijo, In order to orm vast reservoirs of water, to be used'ln she arid lands. a. d 'so prevent the disastrous floods in the Lower Mlatusclppi. A eert's son If just now folflling the term. of an extraordinary wager. He is going about the E.all?na of London visttilr the varloos public-houses and performing onr juriog tricks it the bars and taprooms. The tordling is an adept prestidiglauteur, ansod is said to be getting by his perfoamsnoe quite a substantial peooniary return. The wager is said to be for £100. A new gtses eroentir invented in Sweden is said to be capable. When muate into a lens for Snioro.a?r..e, of "ecabliok us 0. dieiueoith the 204,700,000sh pars of a. inch' Is ti also said that mere is ererr, protnace 'if tha liase pruduoeig wonderfully poefall-.sleescp leoser, and a n.ew departure iu msetroomy. Toe luteat smudliug trick in...

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SCIENCE NOTES. A MECHANICAL WONDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 10 November 1888

rUt.LECO NUTES. A ME?HrANIOAL WOiNDRa. A row submarine boat intended to revoln. linnise naval warfare has been built at Toulon. She lo designed by Mt RBaiagote, government engineer. She in so o, ostrutted as to be able to dive completely eneoe a? the keel of the largest ironcla , and by means of special apparats fhsten explosive cartridges to the sides of an enemy's veesel, and is enabled to maintain ommunioa toe with explosive oartrldgesafixed by meansof a steel wire by which toe oeroriagee can be exc ploded by electrioity. This new 'ngine of doetruotion combines alt the requisite con ditions of eyeed, steeriog ctpeci y, eub-, mertion, emeralon ant hb?.i.aouity. 'he vessel is 17 metres long betweau peruen dioulars and 1.80 metres beam. doe ii en abled to dive nuder water ts any given depth by means of a series ..1 reseavo:re Cons reoeive water in variable quau itie. Reservoirs of compreesed air aliws air for breathing purpon , so be renewed as w.ll. Horizontal .teerseg i iffoted by...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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LIFE ON THE FRONTIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 10 November 1888

" LIF1 'uI Twi FDiONTAlSK.'' In the new .number of the. "Century," there is a very entertainine paper by Mr. Theodore Roosevelt upon '" Frontier Types." Mr. Roosevelt knows the frontier and its peoplo thoroughly, and his ketohes are taken ae le vii. At the outeet he explaine how it is that "on the border virtue and wicked nets alike take on very prononuned ooloure." A man (he eays) who in oivilieatlon would be merely a backbiter, beoomes murderer on the frontier ; and, on the other hand, he who in the city would do nolhiog more than hid you a eheery good-morning shares his last bit of ann-jerked venison with you when both are threatened by srarvation in the wildernees One hunter m.y be a dark-browed, evil. eyed ruffian, ready to kill eattle or run off horses without hesitation, who if game fails will at once, in Weetern phrase, " take to the road "--hat is, became a highwayman. £he next is perhaps a quiet, kindly, simple hearted man, law.abidiog, modestly us. oonecioue of the worth ...

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MR. AND MRS. BOWSER. (DETROIT FREE PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 10 November 1888

MB. AND MRS. BOWSER. Three or four bore came to the. back' door the other day and mquired?for Mr Bowser, and as soon ashe name up from the office I mentioned the fact and added: 'You are not going to boy another dog, I hope?' SHumph I' be replied as he huong up his hat. 'And I don't want any cats around.' 'That's jueslike you I It's a wonder to me the orote oreation doesn't fly when you itep out doora. I wouldn't have aehbard a heart an yours for all the world.' 'Andas for pigs, Mr Bowser, I hope you wor't think olu'en. The neighbours haven't yet got over your last adventure in the pig tine.' ' My adventure 1' he shouted. ' You teased me to boy a pig and build a pen. I wanted to gratify you, pumpkin-bead that I was, and I bought a pig. What did I have to do with his squealing the whole twenty.four hours? What did I have to do with his getting out of the pen a dozen times per day?' 'Oh, well, let's not have any more cows or pigs or hens or dogs. We don't seem to understand them.' 'Do...

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MR. GLADSTONE AS A TALKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 10 November 1888

MR. GLADSTONE AS A TALKER. The "New York Tribune"' publishes from '"0 . W. S8" the following description of Mr. Gladatone as a talker : tlH MODZnr AAULAIT, There remains to thie generation one talker who may be likened o Macaulay ; I mean Mr. (liadesons. To write about a living celebrity as freely as about one who already belonts to btletur is impossible ; it is equally imyoeaiole to give i'a few senrenroes a coin. piete acootnt of Mr. Gladstone's oharac tertltics se a talker. I name him nout as a type, buts a an anti-type. His manner belo?se to atperiod thab is past, if that can be said'to belong to any period whioh lSin tac entirely mdndvidual. If I liken him so M.aeulesy I is beoaure he also has -in a degree .that habis of monologue whieh Moaunlay had, and with him other laess famous personages of his time. His talk is a stream, a stream like the Oaue in Arnold'. vers- Brtlmlng and btlht ead arge. Nor does anybody, like Horace'd rousic,wait for ie to fll w out; ti sl a stream you...

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THE YOUNG FOLKS. MY PLUCKY BOY TOM; OR, SEARCHING FOR CURIOSITIES IN INDIA FOR MY SHOW. CHAPTER XXXVIII.—SOLVING THE MYSTERY—AN APPALLING DANGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 10 November 1888

THE YOUNG FOLKS. MY PLUCKY BOY TOM; OR. SEAROHINGFORKURIOSITIES IN INDIA FOR MY SHOW. Br P. T. BaNivux. CHAPzlR XXXVIII.-SoLvnIe THE MYs. T?ET--N APPALLING Deimo. Tom Bradford's cry was a gasping shriek as he flung up his arms, dropped his rifle, and fell backward on the raft like one dead. Mr. Godhin and Athoor were struck with Consternation at the eight. and, forgetful of their own peril, sprang forward from the front of the straucture to his help. The lad, after falling, turned on his side, and lay on toe very edge of the rate, in im minent risk of rolling into the lake. Mr. Godkin was the first to reach his friend, and seizing him by the shoulder, he hastily drew him back to the layer of glassue at the front. Athoor was hat an Instant behind him, and grasped the other ahoulder of the lad, his removal being effected in a twinkling. Bat quick as was the work, each was con. siouse of a sedden, sharp pain that passed through their bodies, causing an involantary exotamation on the pa...

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