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DOUBLE LIVES. (THE WORLD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 December 1888

DOUIBLE LIVES. (Sm woerrm.) " ren oe.s ly consides d, the process of livig a oubtlie Ebt " foera ngthenrd peuod, 6whic imnpied in a sustained caner of s"at? made imposture like that recently suspended in the ease of Mse. Gordon-Baillie by a sentence of penal serritude, sees to suggestsome curious psychological problems. In one sense, no doubt, we may all of us be said with more or less necuracy, to live double lives. It may he plausibly contended that our exist elnC is in the very nature of things essentially twofold. It ba its esoteric o well as its exoterie aspect. It has its closed and hiddenunot less then its open and revealed side. We each of nus live a life of thought and feeling which is known only to ourselves, and a life of speech and action by which we are known to other people. How far the second may be the rollection or counterpart of the first depends in every particular case on circum stances. But between the two there is, and there must always be, some amount of diffe...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FAREWELL SOCIAL TO THE REV. C. J. W. MOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 December 1888

FAREWELL SOCIAL TO THE REV. 0. J. W. MOON. At the Congregational Church, Glen ferrie-road,'two sermons wore preached by the Rev. C. Moon, there being large congregations at each service. On Friday a farewell social of the members and adherents of the church was held in the echoolroom, which wsts inconveniently crowded, the room was tastefully decorated with silken banners and hannerets, and the platform was decked with pot plants, ferns, &c. Mr. P. Kemp, the church Treasurer, occupied the chair, andintima'ed that the meeting was called for the purpose of bidding farewell to their pastor, whom they held in very high respect and sincere affection, he then called on nMisn Stewart, who sang very sweetly" "Dear Heart," this was followed by a trio with two violins and piano well rendered by Mirs. Ross, Miss Taylor and Mr. Jago. Cr. R. O'Donnell then addressing Mr. Moon, expressed, on behalf of the church, their deep regret at the loss they were sustaining by his removal. It was ne...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BRIGHTON ORPHANAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 December 1888

BRICHTON UORPHANACE. -"At State School No. 2048 (Orphanage), SBrighton, of which Mr. McGillivray is the head teacher; the following is the Prize list : Gth Class. - John Morrison, highest markse, dux of ec'ol01 (gold medal), draw ing. James Taylor, 1st Scriptu:e. Re beccaRt.owrlI, highes' marks du of Eschool, (gold medal). polpular girl, 2in Scripture. .:Fanny Roswell, exercise, drawing, popu'ar girl, 2nd Scripture. . Upper 5th Class.-Fred. Wilson, high est marks. Louis Jacobson, 2nd Scrip ture. Thomas Holmes, gymnastics, popular boy. Samuel Taylor, 1st Scrip ture, gymnastics. Lionel Walker, 2ud .-Seripture. Edward towell, exercise. :-Edward GaCfnry, 1st Scriptun e, gymnastics. 'Eva Belton, highest marks, drawing. Edith Singer, exercise, singing, 2nd Scripture. Annie Lowe, exercise. Maggie Stanton, 2nd Scripture. Lydia Pep3on, -2nd Scripture. Florence Evans, Dinging. Lower 5th Class.-George Gardiner, highest marks. Percy Stockbridge, highest marks, gymnastics. John McCamish, 2nd Scr...

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 — 22 December 1888

Drapers and Grocers. 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, Bourke street East. 149 X X SPecial Advertiseients. T. COOKE, General House Painter, Decorator, &c., Good Workmanship and Best Materials _ Guaranteed. Estimates Given. t. MONTGOMERY, CARPENTER & CABINETMAKER, 46A Chapel Street, PRAHRA N. Estimates given. Furniture Repaired and Repolished. All Orders promptly attended to. tR DRUMMOND Plumber and Gasfitter, VYastone's Buildings, HIGH STREET, EAST PRAHB AN. Estimates Given. Tanks, Baths, &c., made, fixed, and repaired, DALY & SANDERSON Wood & Coal Merchants, AND General Produce Dealers, Corner of ORRONG ROAD...

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 — 22 December 1888

Engline an44Threai. John61 kD aind Son er? agent for te ?--e1 known f? . .of ,ansomes, Sims and .effries ingited4 arid?rivo an entirely nw stock in hand, w'th 'ali.the latest improvement. .42 (only) BO? ?s treet: est.- A*. . -.: A-.'o ALanging cbell inthe enalosure oflthe Daireij? Tem'pe, India? was_ tbr.wn d.?d.iy/ the gale on the ni ien.g ofl toe 314 ohi.iio odanl damaged. 'The bell was made -aont ?lO2.ya""a. auiognd about 3ft 6iin in dismetinrý sad oai

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WIT AND HUMOUR. HOW TO WASH CLOTHES WITHOUT RUBBING! [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 December 1888

WIT AND HUMOUR. HOW TO WASH CLOTHES WITHOUT BUBB .. GBIG! . Take a quarter bar' of'Genuine Magli Soap, dissolve in from 12 al. to 16gaL. water :aa ordinary'copper). hen the ater is: thoroughly, put in the dirty, . lQeh need not. besteeped beforehand) and .oi for twenty msinutes, occasididly "stirring th?id u with a stick. Then rinsc well twice'in' col water;'and they will be perfectly clean :aind white. Be carefulto get_ Genuine Magic (stamped "a heart piercod with. an arrow), or it does not injure the finest clothes or ten derest skin; which imay imitations do.

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LEADER. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1888. A MERRY CHRISTMAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 December 1888

THE LEADER. JUlTICE TO ALL. tI SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1888. A MERRY CHRISTMAS. M n ERRIE CIIHRISTMAS, " to you courteous reader. This is the time of year and also the season for the inter change of friendly greetings, and per ihaps on no festival of the circling year is, or rather ought the heart to be more hopeful, moro buoyant than at the pleasant time of " nMerrio Christmas. " Is not this the season of blessings and of joys, and do we not hail this clay with special delight, be cause it is surrounded by so many happy and blessed associations, and because it awakens in our hearts so many strong, tender, and endearing renmemhbrances, "A ?errie Christmas" is a cheerii:g saluatios, and almost in voluntarily-as it were-recalls to pur minds the time when a celestial choir first sang and gladdened the earth with that ever memorable and beautiful an them, " Glory be to God in the highest, and on earth lpeace and goodwill to meni! " At this season of the year too, the fond ties of kindred...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A MODEL WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 December 1888

A MODEL WOMAAN. Mr. Jones came home" at-an unseemly hour the other night and was surprised to see Mrs. Jones sitting up for him below stairs, withl no other light than that of the electric toweron the corner to keep her company. 'O-rm-mann,' he said, hushkily, ' y-you shouldn't sit up s'late when I'm out on bushiness.' As Mrs. Jones did not answer him, he Con tinued in an alarmed voice: ' Shorry, m' dear, but it's lash time--tell you I'm sorry-won't shpeak to me ' At this moment Mrs. Jones clled from above .. stairs: 'Mr. Jones, who are you talking to at 'this hour of the night ' ' Thas'h what I like to know, m-m-myself,' st.nsmeredJones. Mrs. Jones hastened downstains, lamp in hand. When she saw the situationshelaughed, in spite of being very angry. It's the model,' sh s aid,' the model Ibought to-day to fit my dresses on.' ' Yes, thash so,' said Jones, tipsily, 'model woman--didn't talk back-make some fellow good wife.'

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AN OBLIGING EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 December 1888

AN OBLIGING EDITOR. Facetious visitor in newspaper office (to editor)-May I use your brains a moment? Editor-? y. brains? Visitor (smilingly picking- up sceisr)-Yes, sir. Only a moment. I want to Editor (with great cordiality)-Certainy you may. Use : ? a 16 -a you. please.n Always glad to., furnish brains to t man that hasn't any.

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THEN THEY SMILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 December 1888

They met in horse car, two young womrn whose' tawny faces showed that they were.just back from the seashore, andwhen they had kissed and embraced, and been thr6ugh all the preliminary nonsense necessary to the o?easion, one said to the other- 'Oh, you dear thing! I had such a flirtation with your husband while you were down east. He came down to Nantasket almost every ndght.' 'Yes; he wrote me about it,' the dther returned sweetly. "IHe said you didn't seem to know anybody, and were so lonely, he'quite pitied you.' ' He was always so kind to neglected girls,' the first speaker murmured.' 'You know they said when you were married that he would have taken a11 the wallflowers if he could, be was so generous.' And then they smiled lovingly on "each other.

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ORIGIN OF FAMILIAR EXPRESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 December 1888

ORIGIN OF FAMLLIAR EXPRESSIONS. 'Taking himdown a peg,' This is said to have been derived- from luTecustom ordained by Kgidgse~hr, ibf peta bodiod-.1ýe'`itened in bg homed ftfo i. )ervalerq that wrboever co i 'ansl leed pln ne , or in-;ckiimg ond ence the ori of the , , e isea srrisy pin, sad also of tbe expression, 'Take bhim down a peg.' The peg-tnkrds; as they drank beyond these marks-:.a' one draught ehopld be liable to punishment. The rere called, conined two quats, and were divided into eighndreahgts by, meani of these pegs; they passed from hand to hand, andeach" ,,must din t d i r - :, no more, no lees, underpensltyofa ne: '' feather in one's cap.'.inth sL.e sM do S. .of the'Britishb rrneem ii a $ fwgary 131.699"in whic the iwiiiter says of the inbabitaetg:, ,It Beth been anamdent cutam:amomg them that noneshenldwear adeather but be who bhath killed a Tdr,'to. whom onlie yt was lawful :to show themaunbrs of hisey sine.enem?; by the onmlmtfic'Satlhersi hur eappe.'c Turneosi. ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHY THE CHINAMAN IS CHEAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 December 1888

SWHY TIHE-CHINAMAN IS CHEAP. Writing on the "Cnese characteristic;" yecononiy; the North Chj,a 1T?d yisays : :' Vholesemefoodinabundancemay bes poied at less than a penny a day for eachsit .and; even in famine timesthousands of jr' "lharv; been kept alive for months.onu s~oo shalf penny a day each. Thisimpliest?h ereteee of a high dogreo .dt culinary -sl in the Chlineso; their moles of preparig food am -thoroughId vamrioue.s as he we everything is made to do as muoh du "s. possible. The Chineas are not extrtmeity dions in regard to food; allis fish that comes to their net, and most things come theresooner or later. In the north the horse, the mule, the donkey are in universad use, andin Menomdis' tricte the camnel also.does duty.. It :must be understood that the pr.nctico is to at' all of. these animals as soon as they, expire, whether the causeof death be :occident, old ago, or disease. This is done as a matter dfco~em , and the fact that the oaninal has diedifan tyidesic malady do...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A DESPERATE BATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 December 1888

A DESPERATE BATTLE. An old-fashioned bull fight took place down at Beronda's, on the road to St. Louis, last Sunday, in celebration of the Mexican an niversary. The event was preceded by a grand barbecue, and four bulls and as many matodors imported from the sunny climes of Carissa plains and Cayncos were there to enliven the occasion. There was a large attendance from all the surrounding country, many ladies, both American and Spanish, being present. At 4 o'clock in the afternoon time was called onthe bullfight. Preparations weremade bytheerec tion of a barricade, making an enclosure about 7ift. by 100ft. in area. This was surrounded with canvas, and the intermediate space was occupied with seats for the spectators. The first bull brought in lacked combativeness. He was subjected to the usual indignities of being thrown and having his horns sawed, and then had the red flag faunted in his face, but his disposition was to go to sleep, and h was retiredin disgrace. He was succeeded by...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HE PREFERRED THE BEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 December 1888

ILE PREFERRI D THE BEST. Stationer--Ycs, sir; we have every kind of pen. What kind will you take " Chicago Litteiteur-Youe may agive me a box of facile pens. r understand the, best writers use that variety. _

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DOES LABOUR PRODUCE ALL THE WEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 December 1888

DOES LE - APBUR P IDZGE ALL Rev. Dr. G. ]. Steelbe, ii Wordeand Ryqu 'Is it realy true theat 12abohir',pwotnee a thewealth of tieA~rr1 eo, b; pbysscar e. ry ~; ;. ýºý a.n aid&8ing wlio thuxi a t all abu t: l eeve that the treat facies;ii 'docks, tfhe mvast buildinsa~ s one bidi cli-klhd iron in out great etties,.the rajir ads,.thojnighbty'team iihiia, the comjpIicated osachineeandinniulier ablg nthr atrict ires are the reault'of manual labour aoinel 7. ,n " ter o is 4 -lige of traly fpmR ob3nitad raa~ayhtyn~e tbobs- bolil'and five thousand f tylli t and f n abourer et;blad to Y t ait: W tbey be altile, todljisilde a beidgeaý W'mame tbho deep cuts, *o donetrai the aueewa thongh t cmoua1 .th radee, audaother egpa . dffi pa® f ýte:ýwrl How many .o n wagg,4nogiere a'q~nld it take to produoeh..Crorh engine, the first of itoin4? . o. ; theen must be much lOsides muscular efft in order toattauin tiese resute. There deist Fd tbro biaiio rng a jm tractod;and 'oftei ehabnsting thought...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OUSTARDS, CURDS, AND CREAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 December 1888

.(JUSgTAR.DS, CU.RDS,.AND CREAIS.. In hut weather, When it is difilt to pea my. nil kroobecomiog mour, andspoiling tb aeaý; it'1rir'swart b scald. lag the new milk very, gezzfy, BwUiout baiiing . a Q.m Jreadyskimmed. mny be kdJtmhr - Lrht i ap l ii adjtioat at !tida by. adding to it a utn~hrowff~erd tamp4InPsz aiamakanba-wit t, wilihegpoed taort :. diji, S .li;ýavoTa=.lp~a a.r : Syst{º',ie oam: )~ar. se ada.sorsis the proporti4o ad Jbb Itlrn swldst'fo -two 1ionna oiyitº P ý`t g ·IS2 oaots: o~Cri drri inad "cool~ood~I;·lsyl.r + biwq ladnit inpid+tt may be -improvised by etsting a tiniwithin a kettle or saucepan; te custard kettle is either made of block-tin or' enamelled china, one within the other, firming a bain marte. Curds ire esofly made by adding to milk a few drops of vinegar or lemono jmee, besides ordinary rennet; but it is not generanlly known that a more tender and delicate curd can be thus prepared with rennet of home manufac ture. Gallno Curd-(Itelian recpe).--Take a num...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUPERSTITIONS ABOUT BABIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 December 1888

SUPERSTITIONS ABOUT BABIES. Harper's Bazaar has collected the following interesting superstitions about babies. Some of them are familiarsayingsin every country, others are new. -But, whatever the origin or the antiquity of these ' old women's- notions,' weo Ca'assure our readers that eacE' one is as true and useful as any other. It is believed by many that if A child cries at its birth and lifts up only one hand, ittis born to command. It is thought'Trey nlucky not 'to' weigh the baby before it is dressed. When first dressed, the clothes should notbe put on over tho hed, but drawn on over the feet, for luck. -Wh?ii fi-st takeh froin the room in whi~d it was born, it iust lie carried upstairs before going down, so that it will rise in the world. In any caseit mast be carried utaira or U- ke1.-ntieest-,. iare w * th& tret t' i istano-rit:»ltIo oiiadod in EngManaii d Seotlasn iuldcky to cut -thie' &by'" n "lli'ai efore'it:. twelve monthsol. Bom on onday, fair i the ; ....

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GLADSTONE IN CHURCH. (DR. H. C. POTTER, IN THE "SAGINAW COURIER.") [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 December 1888

GLADSTONE IN CHURCH. (Dn. II. c. FortER, IN THE " SAGINAW COU?IEr.") Hawarden is over the border in Wales. Mrs. Gladstone is of Welsh descent, and the estate has been in her family, the Glynnes, since the time of Oliver Cromwell. We reached the little stone church, of which one of 'Mr. Gladstone's sons (Stephen E.) is rector, while the chimes were rinsging, and long enough before service to see the entire concre gation enter, and among them Mr. Gladstone and his wife, and his son William Henry and famiily. The seats are free. The congregation, except as to some tourists and strangers, seemed to be of the middle and lower classes. They wcrc neatly dressed and remarkably reveren tial. There was a choir of some twenty two boys and men, ranged in four pews, two on either side of the portion of the chlapel assigned to them. The church is of stone and the walls are not plastered nor in any way decorated. It dates from 1275, but has had a£ditions and restorations, specially after a fire in...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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YACHTING. BRIGHTON YACHT CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 December 1888

YACHTING,. BnRIonro YAcuT CLUn. A race under the auspices of the above named club took place last Saturday, at Brighton, over the usual club course, the followirg boats appearing at the starting flag :--Galates, Fairy, Flying Cloud, Aitsa, Nepean, Jubilee. The boats got away to a fair start, with the Fairy leading, but before the first round was finished the Galatea assumed a lead, which she grad. nally increased to the finish, winning by five minutes from the Fairy. The Fairy takes second place, and the Nepean, in her time allowance, third.

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 December 1888

CRICKET. BRxanroN 3 v SOUTH BrIGHTox.-This match was played last Saturday, and re. suilted in a win for the South by 15 runs, scores :-South 88, Brighton 73. The Brighton went in first and the only one who could make any stand was Small, who made 47, Pye and Watson made 9 and 6 respectively. The bowling was done by Wright 4 for 15, and Small 4 for 18. BRIGHTON V MELBOURNE.-A two days match will be commenced this afternoon at Brighton Beach, at 2.30. Team :-Bal lantyne, Cuddy, Dunn (2), Elvery, Foy, Grout, Murdock, Patterson, Robinson, Stokes, and Thompson. BRIGHTON v hIELOOURNE.-second elev ens, at the Drill Room, at 2.30. Team ; Cornwall, Enery, Farries, Leonard, BMas tin, lMouritz, Nankervis, Rogers, Stewart, Sullivan, and Watson. NoRTII BRICGHroS v COBDEn.-(For Sports Depot Cup). The following will represent the North, who are requested to be at station not later than 2 25. to pro ceed by conveyance to Albert Park.: Cochrane (capt), Moon, Miller, Wise, Spedding, McDowal, James, H...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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