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POLITICS v. Love. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 17 November 1888

Pors?cas ;. Love.--She (blushing) : ' What did papa say last night, George, when you went to gai his consent to woo and win me P' He (somewhat embarrassed) : ' Well--er-to tell the truth, Clara, in some way we got to :aiscuaing politics, and I forgot all about the ether matter. Ah, darling; ,a you sure that wll always love he as you do now?' S(oldly)-' beI, of you.,Mr. 8ampson, let ustalk ooat te Tarif qucsiou;'

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOME GREAT WALKERS. (EVENING STANDARD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 17 November 1888

SOME GREAT WALKERB. (svemseo suemsman .) - .As one-of the healthiest and most pleasant recreations, walking has never failed to find enthusiastic advocates amongst the most emi nent men in all classes of society. How many an over-taxed brain has sought this mode of repose; and, in throwing aside the shackles of daily routine, fully'realisod the truth of these words: The elastic spring of an unwearied foot, That play of lunge, inhaling and again Respiring frieely the fresnh air, that malkes Swift pace or steep ascent no toil. Perhaps one of the most remarkable walkers of tllhis day was Professor Wilson, or, as he is generally known under his familiar pseudonym of Christopher North. He possessed a toe physique, and this, coupled with a strong activity of character, impelled him at times to perform the most extraordinary feats. Thus the Burns Festival was an occasion which in spired him with enthusiasm, and induced him to walk seventy miles to be present at a meet ing which "he electri...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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THE HORRORS OF A RUSSIAN CONVICT SHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 17 November 1888

THE HORRORS OF A RUSSIAN CONVICT SHTP. Furnished with the necesary permit from the port authorities (writes the Odessa cor respondeit of the Daily Eeusr), I was enabled recently to inspect the internal arrange ments of the Russian convict transport Nizhnmi-ovgorod, which sailed hence with I4GO. criminal deporlis for the Russian penal island of Saghalien. The Nizuli P'ovgorod is an iron steamerof about 3 800 tons burthen, and is specially fitted as a convict tran~ rt. With .a full complement of con victs the vessel carries 652. The officers and crew number eighty, exclusive of a marine convoy escort of sixty-two men, speciallychosen for thmduty. Theiron-barredaompartmente, or cages, in which the convicts are confined run fore and aft, on either side the upper and lower 'tween-decks. The iron bars, an inch thick, of these cages and the wood work in which they are set are heavily and solidly con structedl. The cages as of unequal capacity and length, but have a uniform height of 7lft. ...

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SIR F. BRAMWELL ON "NEXT-TO-NOTHINGS." [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 17 November 1888

SIR F. BRAMWELL ON "NEXT TO-NOTHINGS." The following are the most intermtin passages of Sir Frederick Bramwell's inugur address as president of the British Association, the annual meeting of which has been held at Bath recently:- - The late Lord Iddesleigh delighted an audience for a whole evening by'an adress on "0 othing.'. Would that hI ad his talents, and could discourae to you as charmingly as he did to his audience, but I dare not try to talk about "Nothing." I do, however propose, as one of the two sections of my address, to dis course to you on the importance of the "Next to-Nothing." The other section is far removed from this microscopic quantity, as it will embrace the "eulogy of the civil engineer, and will point out the alue to science of his works." I trust also I shall prove to you that applica tions of science and discoveries in pure science act and re-act the one u on the other. STEAI-ENGINES T. HUXAN LABOUB. One of the subjects wmnch as much as (or probably more tha...

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CHELTENHAM POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16. Before:—Mr C. Shuter, P.M., and Mr. Brown J.P. ATTEMPT TO COMMIT MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 17 November 1888

CHELTENHAM POLICE COURT. ---o FRIDAY, NovEMBER 16. Before:--Mr C. Shuter, P.M., and All Brown J.P. ATTEMPT TO COMMIT MIURDER. William Thos. Bury (on remand) was charged by Constable Glenny wilth shooting at Mrs Kraft with intent to murder on the evening of the Gth inst. Sergeant Ryan conducted the prose cution, and prisoner was undefended. Annie Kraft, wife of W. Kraft, residing at M1ordialloc, deposed that on the evening of the 6th inst, she was returning from Flemington race course by the train arriving at 7.45, in company with her mother-in-law, and left the platfrom.to proceed home. When within 50 yards from the house prisoner rushed out and fired a revolver at her. She cried out, "I'm shot," and help arrived. Was quite sure it was prisoner who fired the shot. In answer to questions from accused, witness said she recognised a letter produdcedas in her handwriting, knew him when she .vas in "her brothers service. Marth Ann Palmer,-mother-in-law of previous witness, corroborated t...

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SHIRE OF OAKLEIGH. PRESIDENT'S DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 17 November 1888

SHIRE OF OAKLEICH. PRESIDENT'S DINNER. Pursuant to cards of invitation issued by Mark Wilson Esq., the newly elected President of the Shire of Oakleigh, upwards of 60 gentlemen, representing the leading citizens of the district and sister municipalities, sat down to a sumptuous dinner laid out in find style in the Oakleigh Council Chambers last Friday evening, Prince of Wales Birthday. Mrs B. A. Fossett, licensee of The Oakleigh Hotel, had the' onerous position' of caterer, and that lady spared no pains to please the palate, or gratify the appetite of the most fastidious, The chair was occupied by the President, supported right and left by J. Keys Esq. I.L.A., and Messrs Scott, Jordan and Looker. After satisfying the cravings of nature the usual loyal toasts of " The Queen" "His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales " and" His Excellency the Governor and Lady Loch" were proposed by the President and re ceived in flowing bumpers and with musical honors. J. Jordan Esq. J.P. then rose to ...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 17 November 1888

CRICKET. North Brighton v West Melbourne,' (for Sports depat cup). This match for the above Cup was concluded on Saturday last, when the West' Mel bourne won by 99 runs. Spedding 21 and 13;lIoon 1 and 24, and McDowal 3 and 21, hatted well for the North, as *did H. Christian P. Barry for the winners.?..Suldoined..ase .the.aoores-:-, West Melbourne 1st innings :-WV. Christian b. MIcDowal 7, H. Christian b. Spedding 7, D. Reid b. Spedding 3, J. Brown .b. Spedding 6, H. Amus b Spedding 7,rE. Brekford e b Spedding 0, J. Steel c b McDowal 21, J. Dal glish b M6Dowal 25, P. Barry b.Me Dowal 29, J. Heron b McDowal 0, J. Wilkie (not out) 3, sundries 3 total 107. 2nd. innings :--W. Christian (not out) 61, H. Christian b Spedding 1, D. Reid l.b.w. b Spedding 2, J. Brown c b Spedding 0, H. Amus b Spedding 0, E. Brekford c b Float 13, J. Steel c b Spedding 0, J. Dalglish b Spedding 2, P. Barry c b Float 8, J. Heron b Mc Dowal 10, J. Wilkie b McDowal 15, sundries 3, total 115. Bowling an alysis:-R...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 17 November 1888

Colleges-and- Schoolsi &c.-e MIfSS SPYER, late of Toorak,. certifi cated pupil of Madame Madeline Schiller, is now prepared to resume tuition in Music at her own or pupils' residence. Terms on application, "Embden," Landcox street, North Brighton, near the residence of the Hon. Thos. Bent, M.L.A. Special Advertisements. EDWARD W. HUBBARD, HOUSE, LAND & ESTATE AGENT, 17 Rothschild Chambers, 47 COLLINS STREET WEST, Desires to call attention to the following Eligible Properties: Brighton Middle. 12 Marine residence sites, close baths and pier, in Chelsea street, 6 minutes from station, fine highland, grand depths to l2ft right-of way, capital line for builder: cheap. Brighton Middle. Grosvenor street, splendid residence site, close baths and pier, 67 x 155 to right-of-way; £6. Brighton. Boxshall street, close to Town Hall, splendid residence site, 82 x 239: Bargain. Bnrwood.-Hurry's orchard, three fine villa sites in Queen's parade, each 50 x 140. Canterbury. Claremont ...

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OAKLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15. Present:—Crs Wilson (president), Binns, Beggs, Taylor, Willis and Armstrong. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 17 November 1888

OAKLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. . THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15. Present :-Crs Wilson (president), Binns, Beggs, Taylor, Willis and Armstrong. CORRESPONDENCE.' From the Shire of -Boorondara, stating that the Malvern Shire Coun cil suggest an additional expenditure of £150 at the works on Boorondara road to improve the gradient south from Mr. Smith's house, and metall ing the hill, the cost to be equally borne by the bodies interested. This council will:' agree to ..the above mehtioned expenditure on receiving your consent.-On the motion of Cr. Willis seconded by Cr. Taylor, it was decided to co-operatein the proposed work. From Messrs Strongman and Craw ford, solicitors, stating that they were instructed by. the. Oakleigh and Fern Tree Gully. Tramway Co. (Limited), now being registered to infoim :the council that the company desires- to apply to the Governor-in-Council on behalf of the shires of Oakleigh and Berwick for an order to construct a tramway from Oakleigh to Fern Tree Gully the said counc...

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THE LEADER. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1888 [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 17 November 1888

THE LEADER. avrca TO ALL SATURDAY, NQVEMBER17, 1888 Last Tuesday even'ing in the Legis lative Assembly, the Hon. Thos. Bent member for Brighton, during the de bate qn the Electoral Districts Alter ation Bill, said that Brighton .electorate had bpen change~d s.bou~t sev.ral .times without any reference to him. At first portion of South Bourke, .down to Mordialloc-bridge, was added td Brigh ton, but the hon. member for South Bourke objected to that, and conme quently that arrangement was can celled. Yet the hon member had the audacity to go to a public meeting and speak of the obstruction of the Oppo sition when he had arranged the mat ter to his own liking. In the Elstern wick division of Brighton there were portions of three municipalities, St. Kilda, Brighton, and Caulfield, The division was nearly eight miles long, and there was only one polling place in it. The whole arrangement of the con stituoncy.was (done without any refer ence to him. He furthermore said that the boundaries ...

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MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 17 November 1888

- MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL. *t,.. -TUESDAYITOVEMBER 13.;l i Pi'resent: -CPr Claiuike (presijient ; Rouiinisoti Edsall,, Heywool, ,Long bottom, " Mercer, ArMcdKinley?? i d CORRESPONDENCE. Froin the Shire ofBooronda areeing to ;ointly co'ntribue with the Shires of Malvern and. Oakleigh, in improving the gradients: in., Boundary-road.~ ' Received. From W. Cruikshank, Shiie ?Vali atorasking~for inicreased reinihieiation. for his services which iad gr~i eatly i creased since last year..--- Ho reported he was progiessing ?s ?rapidly ? s he could, and` Arcs .?eryn agreasilysur prised at the rapidly advancing strides of the shire.:Not entertained. The' remainder of the correspondence was of a merely formail' chiracter. .The Rhate Collecto? reported having collected rates since last. meeting; amounting to -£37 16s leavring till' outstanding a sum of £143 ,s. Received. -_;:FIRE BRIG.DE: QUARTERS.';. ' The president presented plans and specifications for .the: priposed :new Fire Brigade room, .wh...

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BRIGHTON TOWN COUNCIL. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 17 November 1888

BRIGHTON TOWN COUNCIL. : MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12., Present: - Crs Bent (mayor), Burrows, Francis, Hamilton, Huntly,, Munro and Walstab. CORRESPONDENCE. From Messrs Lynch and McDonald on behalf of Mr Nuttall, stating that he was prepared under certain con ditions to make a partition wall to the shop built by him over the Corporation drain in Bay steet.-Referred to Public Works Committee. From W. McPherson asking the council to grant him permission to erect a verandah in front of his premi ses in Church street.-Granted under the usual conditions. From DMr Darvall. Ihon. sec. of the Brighton Free Library, statinu with reference to the councils offer of 4s 3d each for 100 chairs, their committee could not accept that offer but would take 4s 9d each for the niumber stated. -On the motion of Cr Burrows, seconded by Cr Hamilton it wis ,de cided to purchase the chairs at the price named. From the hon. sec. of the Brighton Presbyterian Church askinzg the' council to be kind enouglh to' inform hi...

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FUTURE LIFE. THE PRESENT WORTH OF THE (PALL MALL GAZETTE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 17 November 1888

FUTURE IIFE. THE PRESENT WORTH OF THE (FALL. XALL OAZETT.) The following is a-speech delivered by the Right Hon. A. J. Balfour, M.P., at the Man chester Church Congress:- . . The belief in a future state is one of the most striking differences between phenomenal and supernatural religion. It is one upon which no agreement or compromise is possible. It admits of no gradations--of no less or more. It is true, or it is false. And my purpose is to contribute one or two observations towards a qualitative estimate of the immediate gain or loss to some of the highest interests of mankind which would follow upon a substitution of the Positivist for the Christian theory on the sub ject. The cultivation of emotions at high tension .towards humanity, deliberately dissociated from the cultivation of re ligious feeling towards God, has never yet been practised on a large scale. We have so far had only laboratory ex periments. There has been no attempt to manufacture in bulk. And even if it had b...

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MALVERN POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17. Before Messrs Eccles and Edsall J's.P. INSULTING BEHAVIOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 24 November 1888

MALVERN POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17. Before MLessrs Eccles aud Edsall J'e.P INSULTING BEIIAVIOUR. Alexander Wright was charged by Constable Wilsoncroft with assaulting Allan Gourley on the 3rd inst. in the Railway Hotel. The evidence adduced by complain ant corroborated by two witnesses went to prove that defendant without any provocation struck complainant and knocked him down twice. Several previous convictions having been proved,.accused was fined £3 with £2 2s costs, in default 14 days. THE READY NEEDFUL. Verdicts with costs amounting to 26s each were given Lindsay v. Fitz simmons for £13, and Hunter v Thwaite £11, also without costs, Shire Council of Malvern v George Lansfield for rates amounting to £2 10s. REFUSAL TO COMPLY. Mr Rossiter applied for an order to sell a beast he had impounded, but as the owner did not appear, the bench ruled that sufficient notification viz. 72 hours not having been given they could not comply with the request.

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BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23. (Before Messrs. Wilmott and Sprigg, J's.P). ARUFFIANLY FELLOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 24 November 1888

BRICHTON POLICE COURT. 0 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23. (Before Messrs. Wilmott and Sprigg, J's.P). A RUFFIANLY FELLOW. SFred. Nengle was charged by Constable Holland with making use of obscene language in the Point Nepean-road on the 20th inst, with in the hearing of passers-by. He was alsa charged with insulting behaviour outside the bar door of the Exchange Hotel. Mr Staphens junr appeared for the defence; Constable Holland deposed that at about a quarter past eight o'clock on the evening of the 20th inst, accused dame out of Mr Clarke's shop in the Point Nepean-road and- made use of certain foul expressions (copy handed in in writing) in so loud a tone as to be heard distinctly by him, although he (witness) was on the opposite side of the road.. The nearest person at the time would be Mr • Clarke, who was ifi the shop and distant about .6 yards. Therewere a numberof persons passing along the street at the time, but none were in the company of ac cused. 'Some short time afterwards accused ...

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OAKLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 24 November 1888

OAKLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. AN NUAL MEETING. The general statement for the year ending :30th September,' 188.-' was submiitted at a special meeting of the council held at noon last Monday, and allowed. The receipts showed a total of £5473 12s lld made up of the following items :-Balance 30th September, 1887, £232 13s Td; rates general, £2626.14s 4d ; arrears, £159 10s 5d ; special rate, centre riding, £228 14s 10d ; goi-eriment grant, £250 ; licenses, £292 13s ; fines and costs, £29. s Gd ; govern ment subsidy, £1324 :15s: 10d.; donatiins towards public works, £42 7s 7d; moiety of works for Caulfield and Nunawading, £68 iSs 10d; con tractor's deposits and sundries, £217 16s. On the expenditure side were salaries of all officers, £,79 12s Gd ; charitable vote, £20 ; president's allowance, £25; laio expenses; £33; erection of stables, £43 10s ; sundries, £21 3s; printing, advertising, and stationery, £80 Os 4d; public works, north riding roads, £619 4s 5d; do centre riding, £1206L 14s; do...

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A fool once more. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 24 November 1888

A fool once more. " For ten years my wife was confined to her bed with such a complication of ail merts that that no doctor could tell what was the matter or cure her, and I used up a small fortune in humbuging stuff. Six menths ago I saw a U. S flag, with Dr. Soule's American Hop Bitters on it, and I thought I would he a fool once more. I tried it, but my folly proved to be wisdom. Two bottles cured her. she is now as well and strong as any man's wife, and it cost me only two dollars. Such folly pays. H.W., Detroit, Mich,-7" Free Press." The Inventor. The invention of any machise that makes our bard 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 Is. Sole maker Ilonored and Blest. When a board of eminent physicians and chemists announced the discovery that by combini...

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MINING FOR TREES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 24 November 1888

MINING FOR TREES. The Dennrsville (N. J.) correspondent of the Fro tlork Timh tstates that an industry, the likeof whic does not eoit anywhere elsei the world, furnises scores of people in this part of New Jersey with remunerative employment and has made comfortable fortunes for many citizens. It is the novel business of mining cedar trees--dtillsg from far beneath the sur face immense logs of sound and aromatic cedar. The falen and submerged cedar forests of Southern New Jersey were discovered first beneath the Denmfsville swamps seventy tire years ago, and have been a source of constant interest to geologists and scientists generally ever since. There are standing at the present day no such enormous specimens of the cedar anywlere on the face of the globe as are found imbedded in the deep muck of the Denniseille swamps. Some of the trees have been un covered measuring lft in diameter, and trees 4ft through are common. Although ages must have passed since these great forests fell a...

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CHASING SLAVE DHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 24 November 1888

CHASING SLAVE DHOWS. Letters received recently from Aden contain particulars of an exciting chase after slave dhows which occurred a few weeks sinCe on the East Indies station. On the 15th of last month, while on a cruise, Her Majesty's ship Osprey sighted Mocha, and boarded a small dhow that had been sent from Assab Bay by the Italians to Moclm for fruit. She then stood up the coast to the north until about nine o'clock at night, when she turned round and came downl slowly at a distance of about eight miles from the land. At day break on the following (Sunday) morning the Osprey sighted three dhows ahead, and im mediately went in pursuit of them. On getting within range a gun was fired from the sloop as a signal to the dhows to stop and submit to examination. No notice, however, was taken of this; but the dhows, instead, crowded on more sail, and endeavoured to escape. A well aimed shot at the mast of the largest of the three dhows speedily brought her up, but by this time the othe...

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PRIMITIVE AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 24 November 1888

PRIMITIVE AGRICULTURE. In a recent report on the agriculture of the Mexican State of Vera Cruz, the British Consul describes the primitivre manner in which maize is cultivated in the minatitean district, where three crops are raised annually, but never on the same land. No ploughing is done; one man makes with a pointed stick a series of lines of holes about two feet apart; another lman follows, dropping two or three grains into each hole, and the rain is left to fill the holes in. The harvest is calculated at a hundred times the weight of the seed, and is gathered in 16 weeks after the planting. No manuring is done, except when the Land is first cleared, and then the ashes of the burnt under. wood, rank grass, and stumpstare used as fer tilizers. Thismethodofcultivationprevailsin re. mote and low-lyingdistricts ; on the higher levels maize is cultivated on ploughed lands, and farming theie is becoming more and more sys. tematic, and on many haciendas scientinc. Lack of capital is t...

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