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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 1 December 1888

- _------r-aC Drapers and Grocers. x X LADIES, the New Goods are just opened for the coming Season. Try and make it convenient to come and see them. I shall be glad to send you samples. The value this season beats all in the past. Dress Tweeds, Checks and Plain Dress an immense variety. Calicoes, Sheetings, Cambrics, White Robes. Embroidery, all widths. A fine Stock of Everything to choose om at Payne's 149, Bonrke street East..149 X X _ SPecial Advertisements. T. COOKE, General House Painter, Decorator, &c., Good Workmanship and Best Materials Guaranteed. High Street, Armada Estimates Given. H. MONTGOMERY, . CARPENTER & CABINETMAKER, „; ^ .4-'S Chapel Strt, P Ri A H E A N . Est;mates given. Furniture Repaired and Repolished. All Orders promptly attended to. R? DRUMMOND Plumber and Gasfitter, Vanstone's Buildings, HIGII STREET, EAST PRARRAN.. Estimates Given. Tanks, Baths, &c., made, fixed, and repaired, DALY & SANDERSON Wood & Coal.Merchants,...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PROPERTY SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 1 December 1888

PROPERTY SALES. M? essrs. Willder and Griffiths report having held a sale at the Brompton Park estate, Clayton's road, near Oak leigh. . The prices realised ranged from 12s. Gd. per foot to £2 per foot. M Messrs. Stillman and Co. Limited, in conjunction with Messrs. Burgoyne and Josephson, report the :sale of 16 allotments in the Balaclava Heights Estate,'. Caulfield, at prices ranging •from £2 6s. to £7 5s. per foot. Total amount of sale, £2549 15s. SMessrs. E. J. Dixon and Son report having sold on Saturday, on account of the Australian Investment and Prop erty Company, the Brookvillo Estate, Hawksaburn and Toorak, allotments realising up to £16 10s. per foot. Total amount of sale, £6546 3s. 9d. Messrs E. J. Dixon and Son, (in conjunction with Mr. VW. E. Cham bers), sold on Saturday last at the .City Bank Hall, a farm at Ringwood, consisting of I07. acres, with fron tages to two Government roads and the Dandenong Creek, for £20 per acre.

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LEADER. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1888. DISPOSAL OF REFUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 1 December 1888

THE LEADER. OmURFIO TO AJL SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1888. DISPOSAL OF REFUSE. OUR municipal bodies have for a-long time past had under consideration the query what shall we do with our excreta ? At the ordinary fortnightly meeting of the Stl Kilda Council tit was suggested thit it shouldbe col lected into boats constructed.fpr .the purpose, towed down the Bay and emptied at some spot to be chosen be tween Dromana and Schnapper Point. No doubt this would be better than the present system of distributing it I along the main thoroughfares, but we question- whether it is the best that could be adopted either from a sani tary or a utilitarian point of view. One objection to the proposal is that I it completely ignores the fact that in thus dealing with it we are wasting what under really scientific treatment' would prove to be a very useful pro- I duct of considerable commercial as well as chemical value. What can be achieved by such a treatment (says the Age) is shown by the remarkable exp...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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LADIES' COLUMN. WOOING A MILLIONAIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 1 December 1888

-'- LADIES' COLUMN. WOOING A TMILIONAIRE. Allamacher, the printer of Versailloes, who was supposed to have inherited 25,000,000f. from a testator who died in America, is still playing the part of a " wandering heir." It is stated that the printer really received over £3,000 from a banker in order to enable him to go to America, where his property was awaiting him, and that the new Monte Cristo has actually sailed for the "States." One thing, how ever, is eertain (says the Paris correspondent of the Daily Telegraph). Ever since the announcement of Allamacher's reputed good luck the office of the printing establishment of Versailles wherein he worked has been inundated by letters from all parts of France. Among these epistles were 800 communica tions of all sorts and sizes from women; thirty letters from people who wanted to float newspapers, waxworks, waterworks, railways, mines, and every kind of financial undertaking: 230 letters from patentees; twenty-seven epistles from poets off...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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OVER NIAGARA. A SHIP PLUNGES DOWN THE GREAT ABYSS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 1 December 1888

1 OVER NIAGAXA. A SHIP PLUNGES DOWN THE GREAT ABYSS. I was permitted recently to copyfrom a letter, which was written by a former resident of Lancaster, an account of a -most-remarkable. occurrence at Niagara Falls sixty years ago, which the writer of the letter witnessed, and of which it is doubtful if many people of to-day ever heard. No history of Niagara Falls tlhat I ever saw gives any account of it, al though nothing that ever occurred at the great cataract has a more peculiar interest. The letter is especially interesting as givinganillus tration of the manner in which people went on excursions in tile days before railroads. It is doubtful if so many people have ever gathered at the falls at one time since the day described in this letter. Here is the extract: BuroTA.o, 9th September, 1828. I was in hopes that I should have got back to this town from the Niagara Falls last evening in time to have dropped you a line rc specting the fate of the schooner Michigan, but owing to t...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TWO POSSIBLE DUCHESSES. (PALL MALL BUDGET.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 1 December 1888

TWO POSSIBLE DUCHESSES. (rhLr.L x~r . mOGETr.) The list of American titled ladies is to be increased by two. The announcement is made that Miss MacTavish, of Baltimore, is to marry the Duke of Norfolk; and on the following day the rumour was published that Miss Zerega was to wed the young Duke of Newcastle. These, with the union of Mrs. Hamersley to the Duke of Marlborough, makes the third ducal coronet captured during the year by Americans, and leaves only ten more on the British list of marriageable dukes, though some of these are too old to think of matrimony. In the latter class may he included the Duke of Somerset, aged seventy-eight; the Duke of Richmond, seventy ; the Duke of Devonshire, eighty ; the Duke of Rutlaisd, seventy-three; the Duke of Buckingham and Chandos, sixty-five; the Duke of Argyll and the Duke of Westminster, all about the same age. The Duke of St. Albans, though a widow, is only forty-eight, and the Duke of Portland, to whom rumour has at tached Mary Andern...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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SINGULAR MONOMANIAS. (NEW YORK CORRESPONDENT PITTSBURG POST.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 1 December 1888

SITNGULAR ?CONOMAI?LS. (NEW TO1 CORRESPO.?DENT PITTSBUOO POST.) Among the instances of singular mono. manias which I have discovered is that of an important officer of a State Government of New England. His special delusion istlthat the other members of the family are insane, and are plotting to injure him, and that they ought to be put in an insane asylum. He is an able and even celebrated lawyer, and conducts cases with markel effectiveness and success; his briefs and arguments show an unusual vigour and continuity of thought. Nobody knows of his mental condition outside of his own family and a few intimate friends, to whom they hav said confidentially : " If any of us should disappear suddenly, look for us in an asylum? Another most curious case is that of a wealthy banker in New York city, who fancies that he is a ripe cherry that the birds are anxious to. pick. He has a terror of all fruit eating birds, and seldom walks or appears anywhere in the open air. He makes trips to and...

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THE LATEST LAW OF STORMS. (LONDON TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 1 December 1888

THE LATEST LAW OF STORMS, (Lomeo. Tan..) The Hon. It. Abercromby submitted some modern views about hurricanes as iompared with the older theories.. Hie said' that the old conception of a hurricano was that of a circular-shaped eddy, round which the wind blew in circles; thle whole system was not supposed to be connected with any surround ing trade wind or monsoon, and the idea that a hurricane changes its shape, as. well as its depth and intensity, was never thought of. Modemrn research shows that a hurricane is really an oval eddy, and that the vortex,-or centre of the wind rotation, is not in the geo metrical centre of the oval, but usually, nearer one edge or other of the depression. The wind blows as a spiral or variable incurvnture round the vortex, not round the centre of the oval. The general sense of the rotation is counter clockwise in the northern, and clockwise in the southern hemisphere; but the amount of in curvature varies in different parts of the oval for a number of...

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Pasteur and His Grateful Patient. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 1 December 1888

Pasteur and His Grateful Patient. There was a rather toching scene at the Pasteur Institute r'ecently when Mi. Chamberlain, the wolf-bitten patient, wLco came from America to pl:ae himself in M. Pasteur's hands, underwent the final inocu atiNon aga wnw anel 0- to be one nF damrar . the period of incubation being now passed. Mr. Chamberlain has now beer informed of the fragic end of the other victim of the mati wolf which bit him. The poor man, it may be remembered, went raving mad a matter ct ten days ago, and disappeared into the woods, after worrying a little child of six yearc. The American patient, as he came forwacs.J from amongstthe little knot of sufferetro various nationalities, hadt tears of gratitude and gladness in his eves. M. Patsteur ana his assistants were equally much moved, tlh former remarking that he had never had a more dreadful case, and had never felt morn alarmn.than when he h,?tl from America that the other vic:tim had lied of hydrophobia: After this ltet ino...

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 1 December 1888

AGRiICULTURAL NOTES.: Another wee has pssed without any change having takers plce minthe westhe The wheat crops arenow towa r l dvaneed fo be benefited by a downfatO of ?in. The wheat yield Will be tmuch belowthe aveger of last year, hug the, failure in the cropxsto notbeen general. In tile Goulburs Valley Ifelis that wil, return less than 2 bags per acre-are the exception. The majority of them look good enough for 3 btags, while there" are exceptional crops that promise a return.of 4 and 5'bags per acre-. The Goulburn Valley has always held the foremost position in the production of wheat, and. notwithsttanding that the crops are lighter than usual; the farmers, considering-. the season, have not got murel to comp??in about. Thiere is a prospect of a much l:rger area of wheat being cut for hay this yearthan' usual, as already there are indications of the tec:nand for this productbeihg very grea'during the summer and autumn. Generally speaking, tih barley crops lave stood the drough...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 1 December 1888

To narrowly escape being buried alive is not a pleasant experience. An elderly gentle man in Paris who was supposed to be dead recovered his consciousness just in time. A nephew, being informed of his death, went to the house to keep watch over the remains until they were interred. A servant having placed some wino and broth on the table, the young man threw himself into an armchair and went fast asaleep. Awaking some hours afterwards, he discovered that the broth had disappeared, and that the wine bottle was half-empty. Considerably mystiied, he went to connsult fhis wife. As they appr?ched the room together, they hear a noise which startled them, and then a summons to come in. The nephew, entering, nearly fainted with terror on seeing his uncle sitting up in bed. The old man had been in a kind of stupor. and, recovering, had helped himself to the broth and wine. Then, in order not to create much excitement, he had returned to bed Finding himself alone in the room, h tbought it a f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 1 December 1888

Basaomes, Sims and Jefferies Limited. John Danks and Son, 42 (only) Bourko street west, Melbourne, solo agents. lipci.ities--te nes. improved pMe tabln engine, specially built -for tho-colrnie., with enlarged cylinders, in. cmesed strength in working parts, enlarged boiler and hoat surfa., mnnproved facilities f?or ceaning out boiler, safety lock-up fir-box and ash pan, and all modern improvements. T2he sew design Australasins Thrasher, fitted with famous rotary shakera, third blast under " ving-riddle ;- it assures perfect shn cng, perfect sppartion from cavings, perfect dressing. It b perfection. If you are wantingone, get one at these. Donaldson'epatcnt flour mill, a small cheap mill, suitable for farm use, or for small " smwsips" fixedengines, and othergricultural chinery. Messrs. RBensomes, Sims and Jonries are ' well known for the excellence of the? r manufactres, having secured first prizes eUll over the world. Mers. Danks and Son may b ?ongratulated upon having secured ebe a...

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Her Majesty's Wealth. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 1 December 1888

Her Majesty'n Wealth. The London correspondent of the L;.rrpool Daily Post, referring to the rumour that an increased allowance will be asked for on behalf of the Prince of Wales and his family during the autumn session, points out that the Queen has an annuity drawn from the Consolidated Fund of £38L5,000, which is specially allotted to meet those expenses con nected with her high position, the partial weight of which has been tranesferred to the Heir Apparent. But (continues the correspon dent) that is only a portion of the enormous income which, good fortune and frugal habits have placed at the disposal of the head of the Royal family. The new Domesday Book dis closes the fact that the Queen's private estates extend over 37,372 acres, the annual rental, even at the lately depreciated prices, being £20,733. Some years ago HIer Majesty, acting under the advice of Lord Sydney, purchased Claremont for the sum of £73,000, estimated at tihe time as being a little over half its market v...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 1 December 1888

GRACE BROS. /ALLAN GRACE \ WILLIAM GRACE. > louse, Land, Estate and General Commission Agents Fktic,iSalesarranged. Loans negotiated. .Fire and Life Insurances effected. ioksanditedaudposted. Rents collected Estates managed. ,. ist of Properties for Sale. 'Brick Villa, 8 rooms, High arreet, 50 x 120. Corner Block, Highbury Grove and High street, best corner in street, 50 x 120. £30 per ft. Standhope Estate, Horace St., land 60 x 120. Price, £5 per foot. Malvern, Eva at, land 48 x 130. Price, £4 4s per foot. Elsternwick, corner block, 3 minutes from station, highest land in the district 140 x 137. Prices, Price, £8 10s per foot. Malvern, Stuart st, close to Bigh at, live minutes from station, 104 x 68 to a o10ft right-of-way. Price, £8 10s per foot. Prahran, Chapel st, close to Commercial road, land 40 x 70. Price on appli Scation. o South Yarra, Chapel street, corner block with shop returning £4 4s per week, land 20 x 137 to a right-of-way. Price on application. South Yarra, Chap...

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THE RAG AND BOTTLE MAN AND MARINE STORE DEALER. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 1 December 1888

THE RAC AND BOTTLE MAN AND MARINE STORE DEALER. (BY PROWLER). Rag Alley is a small and cir cumacribed place, forming a sort of little world of its own. I am not going to inform the reader as to its precise locality, for various reasons. If he is an inhabitant of Melbourne, or for that reason its suburbs, and a person of observation, he will he at no loss to fix upon the site at once, and if he is not of course it can be of no importance to him to know where- i abouts rag and bottle alley is located. There are thousands of people pass by the narrow entrances to the alley every day of their lives and yet know noth ing about it; for the entrance is small and unpretentious, and so dirty withal, that it presents no attractions to the explorer. In fact it might be thought the very place for a receiver of stolen goods to set up his den. Once fairly within however, and tie prospect though of the dingiest, is not wanting in the elements of life and activity. The dwellings are half shops and ...

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GARDEN PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 1 December 1888

GARDEN PARTY. As we announced in our issue of last week Mrand Mrs Bent, of "Land cox" gave- a garden. party :on ithe afternoon of Friday of last week when" notwithstanding the inclement beat, those present heartily enjoyed them selves. The guests were received in a large marquee by lM?r, Mrs, and Miss Bent, whose cordiality showed in an instant that they were welcome, and thus each one as they entered felt quite ati.ome. Large marquees were erected : iiear the house, one for Zehnan's band, and the other for a dou' le quartette party organised by 'Mr J. Tprner, ;and which rendered several numbers in very pleasing:style." The performers were:-Soprani, Misses K. Mailer and AiMBloxham i altos, the Misses C: Fuller and V. Goad ; tenori, Mr C. M. J. Edwards and Mr W. Frazer; and bassi, Messrs T. Gilpin and C. Nott. - It is almost unnecessary to say that everything that could have been thought necessary for the com fort and convenience of the invited guest was provided by the enter tainers...

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THE YOUNG FOLKS. MY PLUCKY BOY TOM; OR, SEARCHING FOR CURIOSITIES IN INDIA FOR MY SHOW. CHAPTER XLII.—THE BATTLE OF THE CLOUDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 1 December 1888

THE YOUNG FOLKS. MY PLUOKY BOY TOM; OR, SEARCHING FOR CURIOSITIES IN INDIA FOkR MY SHOW., By P. T. BA?ux. CuArrEn XLII.--Tux BTeLE or F TE CLoUDs. For the moment, Tom Bradford was obliged g to give over speculating as to how he was ever to get down from his dizzy perch, and devote a himself to meeting the danger whice a threatened him in the unexpected return a of the infuriated aw-wole-oo. i The bird gave utterance to a ringing cry and then struck at him with both claws. Tom had good cause to dread a blow from them, and skillfully dodged it by ducking his head and shoulders with such suddenness that the aw-wool-oo missed him altogether. She did not check her speed at the moment of striking, her intention having been to deliver her blow while under ' full sail,' as n may be said. b She, therefore, passed fifty feet beyond, b circled about, and ascending far above him, poised herself an instant, as if she was going to drop like a cannon-ball upon his head, as she was in the habit of ...

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BRIGHTON TOWN COUNCIL. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 1 December 1888

' BRIGHTON TOWN COUNCIL. MOND.Y, NOvEMBER 26. Present:-Crs. Burrows (in the chair) Egan, Huntly, Hamilton, Wal stal), and-Munro. CORRESPONDENCE. From the Elsternwick Improvement Committee asking the council to co operate with them and Caulfield Shire Council in seeking to obtain a better train service.-On the motion of Cr. Hamilton seconded by Cr. Egan, it was decided to assist them in the ob ject to be attained. From Southern Electric Company i asking the council to pay a visit to the c Exhibition to inspect their electric t light etc.-Acceded to, the town clerk r to ascertain what date and time would be most suitable. From D. Munro and W. R.-Croft j intimating that they had puchased blue stone flagging for thefootpath 6p posite theii premises in Church street Middle Brighton, and they thought that the council should hear the ex penses of-laying it down.-R~eteired to the Public Works Committee. From. W. McFarlane asking the council to take over. Munro street, which he had foried an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 1 December 1888

" -Building Societies. "STANDARD MUTUAL BUILDING SOCIETY.- Sharps{:25, Entrnmce feee, is. per share: n aL. lpon e shfare. Treasurer-. Angell Ellis,, sq. 'Committee-Thomas Stead cl sq.; J, Greig, Esq,: A. W. Ilarston, Esq., J,1',.; A. Larard, Esq. : D. Sangster, Esq.l T. Smith. Esb.: T. W. Swiudley, Esq.; J. Zevenboon, Esq,, J.P.; M. L. Stodart, Esq. Solicitor-M-ontague Cohen, Esq. (Messrs Pavey, Wilson and Cohen), Table It.-Showing the payments per calen dar month (principal and interest), for a loan of £100. No. of MI onthly _ Totolnlam- I .Iterest for the years 1 Repayments I ount rapaid I whole term Two.. £ t1106 I £10120 £8 5s1' Four.. 2810 117 -10 I 10 SEight . .1 8 1 I 128 00 6 00 I Tei .. 1 1 I 11 60 I , 16 00 Twelve 1 11 1 51 I 00000 . " w Under the above table the Society is prepared to lend three-fourths of the value: of approved securities, and in special cases' a larger proportion. Borrowers have the privilege of paying off at any time, without notice, the whole or porti...

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BLACK BLOOD: A PECUL[?]R CASE. BOOK II. CHAPTER XLVI. ESCAPED! [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 1 December 1888

b: } BLACK 0D., ' ti Br GEORGE MA VILLE FENN, .. Author of " The Master of the Ceremonies," "The Parson o' Dumford," Etc. h -f BOOK II . .. I Cnar~?n XLVI. ESCAPED n - Hulda needed no telling. She had seen Si all, but she sat there pale and statuesque,. do listeinto her fathei's words as he told. Lady Cope. ' And hehas escaped 1' said her ladyship, Io eagerly. hr 'Escapedl Yes,' said Sir Philip; 'but, for Heaven's sake, don't speak in that tone at of voice as if you were glad.'. - as ' I am sorry, dearest,' said Lady Cope, in as her sweet calm way, ' bitterly sorry that this th fine, manly, high-spirited young fellow hi should have so far forgotten himself; but I ti cannot help feeling glad lie has escaped.' fi ' Amelia !' te ' Do not be angry with me, my dear. You w know that I have always taken an interest' w in the young man.' th ' Tut-,tut-tut!' T ' And Captain Mriler must have rousedhim fo by his overbearing ways.' ' y dear Aelia !' 'I cannot help it, dear,' said Lady Cope, ye ...

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