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THE SOVEREIGNTY OF WHIM. (THE SPECTATOR.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 8 December 1888

THE. SOVEREIGNTY OF W-HI.i. (re m SPECATOm.) The first thing which strikes the reader of the Mapleson Memoirs, just published, is the peculiar light in which that most experienced purchaser of " talent " regards the great artists of the operatic stage. He admires their special gift very cordially, having been once a socund tenor hiuteelf, before Providence condemned him, through a disease of the throat, to silence and money-making and he is quite willing to pet them, if only they will not charge so much. But he evidently con siders them children, and by no means good children either. Next to the salaries he had to pay them, salaries on which he descants with an unusinglv rueful pride, such as a pelican might exhibit when she had just fed her brood, the things he best remembers are the artists' whims. Certainly they are memnorable whims. With the exception of Mademoiselle 'titiens, who aplpear to havI born .,situally atie, Signora Girisi, anmid perhal,:s one ilher, every artist with ...

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 — 8 December 1888

Bansomes, Sims and Jefferies Limited. John Dankls and Son, 42' (only) Bot:rce Ftrelt aest, Melbourne, soleagents. Spccialities--the mew improved portable iengine, specially built for -the colonies, witll clarged cyliilera, in. creased strength in working parts, cnlargcd boiler and heating surface, improved facilities lor cleaning out boiler, .afety lock-up fire-liox and ash pan, and all modern improvements. The now design Austlrlasian Thrasher, fitted with famous rotary shakers, third liLsat under caving.riddle; it assurcs pcrfect hakiing, perfect separation from cavings, perfect drc.iiing. It is perfection. If you are wanting one, get one of these. Douialdson'sppatcnt flour niill, a sLmal lheap mill, suitable for fann use, or for small townships; fixed engines, and other anicultural m hachinery. Messrs. Ransoeics, Sims and Jefferies are well knoown for the excellence of their manufactures, having secured finrt prizes all over the world. Messrs. Danks and Son may (ie congratulated u...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE YOUNG FOLKS. MY PLUCKY BOY TOM; OR, SEARCHING FOR CURIOSITIES IN INDIA FOR MY SHOW. CHAPTER XLV.—THE SUBTERRANEAN CHAMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 8 December 1888

THE YOUNG FOLKS. MY PLUCKY BOY TOM ; OR, SEARCHING FOR CURIOSITIES IN INDIA FOR MY SHOW. BY P. T. BAnwcx. CArrman XLV.-THE SunIrEsa-esA CnGatstn. Instead of being alarmed by the growl of the wild beast and the glare of his terrible eyes, Tom Bradford felt relieved. It instantly occurred to him that this was strong evidence, though not actual proof, that there was another entrance to the under ground passages. True the animal, whatever its nature, might have leaped across the ol.ning in front of the youth, or possibly he had reached his present position by passing around through the other fork of the tunnel; but it seemed more likely that he had entered at another point, andhad pausedon reaching the fathomloss abyss which yawned between him and the young explorer. Be that us it may, the beast was not dis posed to remain quiescent, now that he was brought face to face with what he must have looked upon as his legitimate prey. The threatening growl was repeated, and, though Tom could s...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 8 December 1888

Special Advertisements PALLOT AND WOODMASON, 10 Chapel Street, 10 PRAHRAN, TWO DOORS NORTH OF COFFEE TAVERN. ---THE CHEAPEST . FURNITURE WAREHOUSE -IN South Yarra, Prahran, Windsor and St. Kilda. How to Furnish a 3-roomed Cottage for £13 13s., for net cash : Dining-room Colonial Sofa, with Squab and Bolsters ....... ... £1 7 6 Cedar Chiffoniere Safe, Polished 1 6 0 Six Cane Chairs ... ... ... 1 4 0 Round Table ....... .. 0 12 6 * Table Cover ... ... ... ?O 56.. Fender and Irons ... ... ... 0O12 G Matting to cover room ... ... 010 6 Hearth Rug ... ... 6.6 Cornice Pole and Brackets ... 0 11 G Slip Mat... ..... . ... .... 1 6 Bedroom t B FollzeBeadsad." .. .. .:, 1 10 0 Palliasses ... ... OIll 0 Full-sized Flock Mattrass ... 0 18 6 Flock Bolster . .. ... 6 0 Fwo Flock Pillows ... ... ... O 4 0 Wash Sthind, with Towel Rail ... 0' j 6 Dressing Table ... O 8 0 Full-size Toilet Set .. 0:10 6 One Cane Chair 0..O 4 0 Toilet Glass .0. ... 0 5 0 Kitchen Table. .: ... , .. ... 0.12 0 HMeat Safe...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 8 December 1888

olleg""t s Wand Schooils; &c." '~jTiISS SPYER, late of Toorak, certifi :.L 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: Bnrwood.-Hurry's orchard, three fine villa sitesin Queen's parade, each 50 x 140. Caulfield. Best part, Close Elsternwick station and tram, superior weatherboard villa, 8 rooms, path, pantry, and out. houses, every convenience; splendid orchard and carden, land, 75 x 378, fron tagea to two roads. Caulfield. North road estate, adloining sta tion; North road splendid business site; villa sites in Grange, Lillimur, Katandra, Leila and Ulupna roads, good depths. Caulfield. Blanch street, clo...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHAT IS LIFE WITHOUT LOVE? [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 8 December 1888

WHAT IS LIFE WITHOUT LOVE? Magistrate: "Madam, your husband charges you with assault." Madam : "Yes, your honour ; I asked him if he would ever cease to love me, and he was so slow in answering that I hit him with a mop. I'm only a woman, your honour-(tears)-and a woman's life without love is a mere blight."

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Savage Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 8 December 1888

Savage Races. At a meeting of woring men at the drill-hall, Bath, on the evening of September 8, Sir John Lubbock spoke of the mental condition and ideas of savage races. He said our empire contained representatives of almost everyrace of men and every stage of human progress.. To understand their wants and ideas was not only an intellectual exercise, but a political pro blem of great natiosial importance. If we ofteri found it..far .frm easy to understand savages, they naturally had much greater difculty 'in understanding us. Our weapons, tools, animals; infact all our be longings, were at first a soire of great wonder. An Australian tribe, for. instance, when they first saw a wagon drawn by oxen, were much puzzled as to what the oxen could be. It after wards appeared that some thought they were spirits, because they had spears on their heads; while' others maintained that they were the wives of the white men, because they carried the burdens, which amongstAustraliansisthe special ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A BUNDLE OF LOVE LETTERS. (ST. JAMES'S BUDGET.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 8 December 1888

A BUNDLE OF LOVE LETTERS. (Or. JAEB's a-GET.) This audacious piece of book-making frankly appeals to the numerous class of persons who desire to pry into matters which ought to have been kept secret. Mr. " J. T. Merydew " makes merry over the breach of confidence, the avarice, the s:ite, or the desire of notoriety, which has exposed the amiable weaknesses or the less ex cusable frailties of men great and famous. As a matter of course, his compilation, amidst a great mass of dull and tedious effusions not worthy of revival, contains many things that are plessant, some :unsing, and a few pathetic. Mr. "J. T. Meridew " takes credit so himself because he has not trans. formed the original text "in order to render it raore ,palatable to thie tlasle of the unscrn?ulous reader." Scrupulous Mr. J.T. Merydew.! But the reader who ankers after the kind of reading promised by these words will find little to satisfy his ignoble taste. It may be worth while to quote a few of the more noteworthy e...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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THE AUTHOR OF "ROBERT ELSMERE." (NEW YORK CRITIC). [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 8 December 1888

THE; AUTHOR OF '-ROBERT ELSMERE." EWTOOK Pm7C). There is not much doubt that until within the last five or six months Mrs. Humphryl l ard was unknown, save to the few. Even so short a time ago as 1885 her name found no place among the " Women of the Day." It is quite as certain that during these five or six months not many English novelists have been so much talked about and discussed. With "Rolbert Elsmere," or perlhips, to be more exact, with Mr. Gladstone's review of it in the .i.atreath ('entfry, Mrs. Ward sprang into notoriety. To those who had Ln knowledge of her personally, her hook made it clear that she was one who not only knew her Oxford well, but was intimate with Oxford life and Oxford people and Oxford traditions. It was, therefore, no surprise to learn that before she became Mrs. Want she was a 'Miss Arnold, and that she is the gru?ddaughter of Dr. Arnold, of Rugby, the niece of Matthew Arnold. and the daughter of Thomas Arnold, the editor of many old books, the write...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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THE PRESERVATION OF FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 8 December 1888

THE PRESERVATIONQ OP FOOD. The perishable nature of all animal and regetable substances, says a writer in The Quern, together with the unavoidable irregu larity in their production, imposes upon us the necessity of storing up the superabundance of one time to meet the requirements of another, and it is of considerable interest to preserve these various alimentary substancts as nearly as possible in their orig?nal state, or at least in much condition that their nutritive properties may be retained as much as possible. It might be thought desirable that all aniual substances used for this purpose should be dressed as soon as life is destroyed. Bat this is not at all the ease; generally, the flesh is at such a time touigh and diicult to digest, owing to the rigidity which sets in as the muscles contract, whereas, if kept fora few days. according to the weather and climate, the fle-h becomes more tender. Much experience and attention to various cir -umstances are neces ry to determine e...

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THE GERMAN EMPEROR. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 8 December 1888

THlE GERMAN EMPEROR. [nY a Fsavomunc. A.n CON?f-IDA..] It is not often (says the Berlin correspondent of The Timaes) that an election speech in Germany has much interest for all English reader, but an address which has just been delivered to his constituents at Ascherleben by Count Douglas, a Prussian nobleman ,i cottishl descent. deserves some notice by reasln ,of the light which it throws upon the character of the EmpnIeror William II. Himself a favourite and conflida:Int of the young EmpIeror. Count Douglas has exceptional opportunities of study. ing his 3lajecty, and is, therefore. entitled to ibe accepted as af high authority on this theme. During his brief reign the Emperor, said Count Douglas, hid already displayed an energy aind a passion for work which made some of those about Ihim dread that he was overtaxing his strength; but this fear left out of account the calm and id temper with wc hch his Majesty laboured at the most im portant. affairs. He never grows imlnatient. or...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 8 December 1888

CRICKET. lurlingham v- Mentone.-To be played :this afteiioon -at :M[entone. The following are requested to meet at the North Briglton Station, not later tlian 2 o'clock::-C-llow (calpt),ICrdok, Float, Gard, Grundy, (2) Henderson, Huntly, Overton, Rice and Virtue, Emergency, Weber. Brighton v lawthorn-A two days match was commenced last Slturday at Brighton Beach. Thle Hawthorn w'ereo the'firstcto go to-the-wickets and were all disposed of for 33, of which L. ihtlherly made 13. Patterson 7 for 16, and Thompson 3 for 16 bowled well for the locals.* The- Brighton at cbll off' time liad iais '4 for72S.. ilio match will be continued this afternoon at 2.30, the detailed scores were Haw thorn 33.'Bri litbn':J' :'Dunn, b Biggs 23, Robinson, st. b Hatherly 16, Dunn, c b 11, Thompson, b Biggs 4, Cuddy, not out 11, Patterson, not out 4, byes, 3, 4 wickets for 72. Brighton v Melbourne second elevens played at WeslofColege, and resulted in a draw, the scores were:-Brighton 104 of, wihich Gifidt ...

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MALVERN POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 8 December 1888

MALVERN POLICE COURT: SATURDAY, DECrmBER 1. Before Messrs: Eccles, Edsall, Syks and HIosking. Js: P. A PIGEON: STEALER. A 3lad tid ite d` Fred :Se?tldfT wlo fih been arrested at Southd Melborure, was clihrged ith pigeon istealihg,". aiid bon the applicatioi' boffthe police was:rd manded for a foitnight, bail. beiig al lo?edmin two suroties ofe25 each.- ' _.' .' I?OT"PROVENx'.. A carter named Scbtt sihed D .,Evain, timber metci'untfoi 3" 41d. balance of wages, .l for wrongful dismissal anil `£2 for ideteititio of=a :box0' of 'clotlies.' From the evidence it appeared tlhit complainvint .enteed iM'. Evans enm ployj at a weekly .raggld.0f .and found. On tlhe;= complainant,-coming-in: froth vork one: evening; Evans disliarged hitM and would neither pay. his wagds nor give hlu hiis lotlhes I'or the de fence Evans;called a Lwitness6to prove that. Soott ;wasin. liquor and neglected his 'iork hence the dischiign. Case dismissed. . " UNWILLING s PATERS. SA.penaltv of _10s. ;-ach with one guin...

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CRUMBS SWEPT UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 8 December 1888

CRUMBS SWEPT UP. The next sitting of the Federal Council will be held in Hobart, Tae mania. Nearl tlie 'wholeo of the buriness, part of Walballa was ,burnt;to. the ground last Saturday evening. Parlihment is to be prorogued o , ti =20ts ,.of ??ia nth. ;. a .-Lwentcytwomllion gallons of water were drawni from the Yan Yean mainns in i"elbourue and suburbs last Fri: day.. A salll .:fro iPicfedin the Vic-, torian otin atjthlie Exdhibition oi Satuiday aftertioon last. . A farmer has ?been murdered in Countsy XKrry ja. ithL result of an' agrariau outrage. The Protestants of Hungiary are very` much excited at present in consequence of the convention of.--the reformed churches havmingpassed-an order en joining clerical celibacy. A substantial reduction rwill be made in-tle water ijrate on? lst- Jan nary next. The Germnanianthorities have .de cided upon" tlin? g i;~mmediate steps towards.. greatly .. strengthening the A: match " trust?- or association of match mianufacturers; has been formed...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 8 December 1888

rBOWLINC.,: hThei Bi hton nd .Willianistown Clubs:plajcd their! .annual: aittli on Satuid ay i'fternoLin at Bii gton, ry sulting- in a victory for Brighton by 23 points. The following are the scores :-Brighton. No. 1 Rink. Baines, Grieve. ;. allatheson i itBrrows (captain(; 27. `!No. 2 Rink.-Mattin son, Simons Cowp.r. Wilson (captain), 23. No: 3n Rink lC-' rooko, Sprigg, Lucns, Scott (captaii' , 20. No. ; Rink.- K~elly:, Wril.y," Ower, Orfnid (captan); 30. 0 Williemstown. -No. 1 tRink.-Claik. M'Rolierts, Cnlutt, Knight (captain), 168. No.: 2 Rink.-Band, Sage.. Rider, Martyn oJobson, M'Clure .licks --(captain);:21. No 4 Rink,--Trist; Fuller,: MIorell, WVorthliiton (captiiai),121. Majority for Brighton 23. The annual' mttclh Ricihmond ,v. Brighton was played last. Saturday on the Richmond green, and resulied in a victory for Richmond by 34 points. the scores l.beig-Riclfii ihid,-20 Brigliton, 86. ;Richmiond. -No 1 Rink-Kennedy, Paton, 'Stewart, Shaw, (caritain), 22.: No' 2:?Rink Dicke...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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LADIES' COLUMN. AMERICAN WOMEN WHO WRITE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 8 December 1888

LADIES' COLUMN. AMEI1ICAN WOMEN WHO WRITE. Ehzabeth Stuart Phelps's nmoe will always be aodciated with the work that made her famous, "The Gates Ajar." She was born at Andover, Mass., August 31, S' 11, anl was the daughter of Professor Austin P'helps and Elizabeth Stuart Phelps. Her mother wsas a talented and popular authoress, anl-I at an early ageo Mliss Phelps followed in her fitlstcps. "The Gates Ajar," publishe.l in 1Sis. was followed by "BeyondtheGates." "'AsOtd t:Mid'sParadis?? and "Burglars in Paradise" provye interesting companion bools, anld ':Docter Zay' ." ".fhe? Silent Partner," and "- Ifed-ed In" established the Puritan authoress*'s rilht to the title of novelist. Among hier stones dledicatedl to the little folks, "The TLnetrv Bookt" and " Trotty's Wedding Tour and Story Book" are widely known. The versatile a ut h, oresshiasalso frequetly contributed to lsoding miagazines and wceklcs, and in this line of work has covered almost as wide a range of ceibjcts as in her ge...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 8 December 1888

GRACE BROS. (ALLAN GRACE WILLIAM GRACE. House, Land, Estate.and General Commission Agents AuctionSalesarranged. Loans negotiated. Fire and Life Insurances effected. Books auditedand posted. Rents collected Estates managed. List 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 st, land 48 x 130. Price, £4 4s per foot. Elaternwick, 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 High at, live minutes from station, 104 x 68 to a o10ft right-of-way. Price, £8 10s per foot. Prahran, Chapel at, close to Commercial road, land 40 x 70. Price on appli cation. 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, Chapel st, vaca...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 8 December 1888

JAMES DONIBDSON & Co. " LI.nrTED, STOCK and SHARE BROKERS, FINANCIAL AGENTS, . 20 COLLINS STREET WEST. S DIRECTORS: J. BARTLETr DAVIES, EsQ. JOHNI SIOODIE, EtS. E..DWIlN C. ELLIOTT, Esq. BANKERS : THE MERCANTILE BANK OF AUSTRALIA SLIMITED. This company is now prepared to buy and sell at cloasee of stocks and shares. Thisneomp?mny is precluded by its articles of assooia tion from dealing in stoeks nd shares of any deesip tion on its own behalf, and will act entirely as agents Letters and telegrn?m addressed to the secretary attended to with every despatch in order received. COUNTRY OlDEh--?S PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. H. HAMILTON KER, Secretary. L. Stevenson & Sons Limited, Conitinuing the business L. STEVENSON, and SONS S stablishmed 126. " Head Office: 4 Flinders L oane East, Melbourne. . , CAPITAL, .£3o0,o00. .lneorporated under the Companies Statute,1831. ' - -· . DIRECTORS: The Hon. C. James, SLL.C.; the Hon. Edward *:Iangton: J. LloydRoberts,Esq.; i. Murray Smith Fsq...

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CHELTENHAM POLICE COURT. Wednesday, December 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 8 December 1888

CHELTENHAM POLICE COURT. Wednesday, December 5. Before Messrs Attenborough, W'ard, Ruse, Keys and Allen J's.P. STRAY CATTLE.   Messrs Bense, Saunders, Ferguson, Snell, Robinson and Millman for allow- ing their cattle to stray, were, on the information of Constable Glenny, In- spector for the Shire of Moorabbin, fined in sums ranging from 2s 6d to 5s, with 2s 6d costs each. The chairman of the bench, Mr Attenbororgh at the conclusion of the cases highly com- plimented the constable on the zeal and energy displayed by him in summonsing these offenders. DISPUTED DEBT CASES. Verdicts with costs were awarded as follows :--Jas. Smith, v. J. O'Neil £4 10s; Cowen v. C. Martyr £9 8s 7½d ; and Booth v. Carey, £11 10s. UNREGISTERIED DOG. Robert Smith for having in his   possession an unregistered dog, was fined 5s with 2s 6d costs, with an in- timation from the bench that if the dog was not registered within a reasonable time he might be again proceeded against. PETTY...

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CRUMBS SWEPT UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 15 December 1888

CRUMBS SWEPT UP. The salaries of State school teachers for the present month will.be paid before the Christmas holidays. . The Maori football team played the Lanranshiire country team on Satur day, and were defeated. A` soiious political crises has a:isen in Spain, and the Ministry, of which M. Sagasta was president, has r& signed. Louisa Collins of the Botany poison ing cases has been sentenced to death. The jury in the Elmore murder case have been unable to agree to a verdict. A shocking boating fatality occurred in Hobson's Bay last Sunday by which five persons were drowned. Six hundred pounds have been gathered by the friends of the late Hon. A. T. Clark, with the object of endowing scholarship at the Mel bourne University, to be called the " Clark Scholarship." Several Socialist leaders have been arrested in Belgium. A miner named James Eccles was killed by the Adelaide express on Mon day evening. Henry Bishop for spilling nightsoil was on Monday fined £20, in default s...

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