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ARREST OF DESPERATE CRIMINALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 1 October 1887

,AIlRESTrIOF DESPERATE Ir . CIIIIrnFALS. Afte' soiio 'wccks 'of 1ititcitarid" watchful dlty thie nnoinbors of tlie.de teetive force havo succeeded in arrest in a gang. of. criminalsu supposed. to be the men who for two mouths ak, 1 lra-e carricd on asoeiscs of 'fiiudacious burilaines :and roibbores in'thei ity i and suburbs. _ The police boolkk~-ere'o forr':pcriod ~glutted daily -vitl: the records:of.crimes of this r'natirre of -a more or less daring chalaecter.s Every mornii brourht somn new discovery of criwe antil thaelniis 'is rched in ifrle 'robblry' of£1000 vworthr-of' jewelleryjfroni'aMir Gourlay's shop in Collins-strcet;..iAfter. ai short;:spell several safe robbcrics. were- rcported, from., railway stations and private establislimcnts, ari, oil the wholeo tle lurgling business b'caine so extremely livelyr;;4id th :public 'deiiiaid .foi -ifgorus'naetiou.n on the part. of.the. police so pressing, that the police were put iupon;their mettle, and uncommon efforts havlie been mi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 1 October 1887

._Specil Ativcrtiscincliift. ' uNPARALELLED SUCCESS OP TIe .' STEMACHIES. " "TILE WHITE." ', " A Thing of BeIuty and n Joy forEver." Stands ackuo'dvledged the King of all Machines. It is the finestfinished and best made Machine in the World. It 'i the Easiest Working, andl,es satisfying machine ever produced. Purchasers never fail to recommend it to tlhiii frienlds. : " 5000 of thise rMachines are sold every Year in the Colonies. We claimi general symmetry in the construction of our Machine, Wood Work, and Stand, whereby the same if . Ornamiental Article of Fur nitnre, as well as a Necessity and Luxunry of the IIonslhold. The Public ac knowledge that the "WI IITE " Embroiderer is the most completo attacnhment of its kind.ever produced, ;(Ai -beimg Patentees' of the saiine we rcserve its sale exclusivclyto' the Patrons of'the WHTITE." The [echalism of this atitaclIment such _-_at an operator ',nderstand .ng the first princiles o nhreading arid Treading the Maclhine can lpro duce beau...

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Hurlingham C. C. Fixtures. OCTOBER [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 1 October 1887

Hurlinughaml . .. Fixti ures. 8--Osborne, at Albert 'ark : l5?-Arcadia, at Hiirlinghani i.:? 'i I 22 and 29-Vacant NOVEP.MBER' i5-North Brighton 2nd, at Elsternwick :: 12--loundadiy,'at HIirlitighani 1 --All Saints' C.U.. at St. Kilda ? .26-Osborne, at Hnrliilam i: i -South;larr 2nd, at South Yirra 10)-Brighton Union, at Hurlinighbni; 17-St. John's, at Hnrlingham - 24-Brighton Juniors; at-uHrlingham 31-Grosvenor, it oifrlingliam JANUARY 7g-Arcadia at Albcrt.Parki 'I' : 14--iclhiionTHill, at' Alberti Park 21-Northl Brighton 2nd, at Hurlingham 28--Grosvenor ,at.St Kilda .: "..,: ,BRUARY 4-r?ighlton Union,at Brighton .: ?11-Bri ghtoi Jniioirs,'it Elsterinwick:.i V :18 -bonnid'iiry ahtAlbert rPark:: :2a-St." John's a i Toidrak:: SilTaper Mill s it.Milit'r Reserve 17- t itri' g Hto i 2nd, itHonrlinugham ,24-St Joke's 'itiHurlsihani- , :.?-Brighltoni niors, at BHrlingham ]4-lBrighton Union, at Hurlinghim

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Metempsychosis. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 1 October 1887

letempsychososie. A chicken lived, a chicken died; Its drumstick and its wing were fried, Its feathers by a dealer dried, And, very shortly after, dyed. Soul it had none ; admitting that, How comes it ? I here, upon her hat, Its plumes-a mortal chickeln's-rise, A glorious bird of paradise. The Czars eldest son, who recently en tered upon his twentieth year, has a tenor voice of rare beauty and great compass. For some time past his musical studies have been interrupted owing to ill-health,but they have been recently resumed. William A. Wheller had been Vice-Pre. sident of the United States, and lived an honorable life. When he died the flags on the government building were not half masted. Contrasted with the respect shown to the memory of the rebel Jake Thompson. this action shows the nice Democratic hppre elation of the fitness of things. Buffalo Bills vigorous Western style of expreesist has not been spoiled by close con tact with effete monarchy. In a letter to a friend in New Yo...

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Good Stories. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 1 October 1887

S Whlt iegogiiziuo g the noble part the pulpithlias taken in the refornmation of the world and education of the people,'it must be admitted.that.it has been occasionally the scene of liumorous incidents, some of which,. perhaps without irreverence, it may be per missible to recall. , Possibly the greatest number of pulpit recollections hang upon the misquotations c and iisplacement of terms. Only recently, a minister was heard to declare "it was im-t possible for any man by thought to add one stature to his cubit"--a truth so important to his mind as to merit an impressive repeti. tion. Another minister atlirmed, on. the authority of the scriptures," Moses pulled off his feet, for the ground on which he stood was holy." It was a curate who informed us that "immediately Peter crew the cock went out nnd'dept'.bitterly." Another of. his .order c said, " Till heaven atd earth pass, one tit or one jottle shall in nowise pass from'the law, till all be fulfilled." Another pulpit orator, qu...

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Sketcher. Mrs. Elliort's Burglar. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 1 October 1887

Rihetcber. 1frs. Elliort's Butrglar. Mr. Elliort had eaten his supper, and as it was yet early in the evening, he thought he would go out and get a cigar. "I wont be away no more than an hour," he said to his wife. "I'll run in to the barber's and have my hair cut a trifle, and be back before you can say, Jack Robin son." Mrs. Elliort did not want to say Jack Rob inson; she preferred Jack Elliort. " Don't go off somewhere with those horrid boys," she said, with a pout. "I shall expect you home at eight o'clock precisely; no respectable and well - behaved married man-" But M1r.Elliort bad snatched a kiss and the sentence never was finished. The hour soon passed. The girl had finished her work and gone out. Mrs. Elliort was alone, but she did not mind it as she now expected her husband every moment. The clock struck eight. Mrs. Elliort was startled by a ring at the front door. Then she remembered that Mr. Elliort had said he would ring as his latch key was in his other coat. So she hu...

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Traveller. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 1 October 1887

S" rave[eer. .. Language Used by Eastern Traders. int..c open air markets of Eastern coun tries, especially those devoted to the tran sactions in hides, leather, wool, grain, and -fruit-it is. no uncommon -.thing to see a couple of sedate-looking traders seated on the ground, each with his right hand con. cealed in his neighbor's capacious sleeve, and engaged, to all appearances; in squeezing each other's fingers. For a few minutes they will remain in this position, one nudg ing the other oceas'onally, but without ex changing a word; and then, rising, they will separate and go their way. Sometimes the performance is varied a little. A couple of merchants will stand in the middle of a brawling and gesticulating crowd by which they are surrounded and observed; one will raise the end of- his long robe or unroll the muslin veiling of his turban and under cover of:this the pair will begin to clasp hands ind fingers as before. To the uninitiated spectator who does not know what is going o...

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CAULFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 1 October 1887

CAULFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. P Tesent iCrs NwSiriE (President, IHartle, Lane,:Griflin, Cotton; Ballantyne, LL zgdon; L-nig, LePage, Selby and dHiol laud. MINUTES. The, miniutes: of: last o'rdinary aL! d,: two special meetings were read and co. firned 'ind the secretary' outward corres pon?dence appro rd of. CORRESPONDENCE INWARDS.   From the Town Clerk, Sandhuirst, askl ,ing the co operation of the council with a vicw o 'affecting annumber of amend ments in: the ?Local Government??Act. .The s cretary w:s instructed to request the members for the district in the Upper and Lower House to support the measure.• From the Town Clerk, Port Melbourne, proposing on behalf of the Borough Coun cil the holding, at an early date, at Port -Melbourne, of a Conference of represen tatives of -mietropolitan, municipalities to consider, the question : of the operation of the Act 50 Vict,.No. 876, ihichlrequires of - the municipalities," from any niaisn shall be liquidated out of the .municipa...

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The Leader. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1887. LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 1 October 1887

C JUSTICE TO AL.L. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1887 LOCAL ITEMS. OUR leading articles and other items. of local importance are unavoidably held over through pressure on our space. A CONVEIISAZIOXE, to which the com mittee and members and associates of the Free Library invited the ladies and others who took an active part in the late bazaar, to raise funds on behalf of the institute, was held last Wednesd:iy evening in>the hall of the Free Library. Quite an enjoy able evening. was spent and the audieice separated well pleased and gratified with' the amusements of the evening. WE LEARN that the State School in this town has been examined for results, during' the present weck,unnder the new programme of instruction recentlyissued by the Educa tion Department., In this programme-the work requiredi is clearly stated; h ut the teachers not knowing how it a ould be tested felt themselves to he at a disadvantage and grave fears were entertained as to the result of the examination. These, howeve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 1 October 1887

,::-I ";; ,:, olAuctiocriAdvercti.cmnct. -.,?:; ;-:ri- .-.. zr , r Fraik E. Edgl .e ESTATE AND FINANCE AGENT, 231 CHAPEL ST., WINDSOR. A l. , .t t..ii : HOUSES" AND LAND....... . S A -lur 6ra i,- h Uer T 1 cflmniloinei nr i t s c rn b " . Bought on c'Isy Tcrms:; to Suit' urclhsers-'' A Atl,?srn Gro--Wat.1r,11o r ":Villn, hotam: c' atil,; jtntr', copper: adncltr.ug?is. Aslphalt "yard. Land 33 x 145.. £72. ' Thrce ntinutc? from tation. 50.depostt B'alan ,e monthly. . - .. . . . . " Aurnls lrovc--lrick' illa, S rooms, btth, pa*ntryi, copper. troughs, gas;' ve C acn: B 1,linds, elcetro bell, enclocedl verandah. Land 4S'x 135. "£ll60, terms. iThree inutes roml station. Aulbrn Grove-?riek Villa, rooms, Ifth pantry, caper, trogrhs, nclpse d veranldanh.' Land 4S x 13S to right-of-way. 0.1{).- . . Mount 1lrasamlt l.olZa'1-V. Cotit.o, 4 roa. is bath, pantry, asphalt yard.. Land,. 20 x 110 to rilhtm-of-wfal. y '3o;. y235 deposit. balanne monthlyr... S;larcndtln-trceet-\\'..- ottage. 4 roo s. L...

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humor. Mr. and Mrs. Bowser. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 1 October 1887

M.. fr. andlt Mrs. Bowser. BY MRS. DOWSE?. Four weeks ago Mr. Bowser began to. be. have in a strange manner. I noticed him looking at the outside of the house from the front and back, accompanied bystrange men, and from my open window 1 heard them talking about "modern colors," "meadow green" and other mysterious things. It was not until I found a board in the back yard with half a dozen colors of fresh paint on it that I suspected anything. Then I asked Mr. Ilowser: ' You can't be thinking of having any painting done around here this spring?" "I think the cornice ought to be touched up a little." " But we had everything paintedl a ;yar ago, and you said it would stand for; tens years." "If I said so it will, but the style of color-,; has changed this year, and I guess I'll have a man for two or three days." "And you'll have us all'ifi a muss for tlhe next month. Mr. Bowser; cin't' you let this house alone for a day or two ?'-, . lie gave me a look of deepest reproach and turned awa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 1 October 1887

Special Advertisements. CAULFIELD. SHIIIRE -AII' LL ESTATE' ASSOCO ATION. : lTHIS Association is formed for the pur - prso seof the purchase from the Vic torian Ertate Co, Limited, of the Shlire Hall Estate at Caullield, and the division of the s-me amongst the members of the Association. The capital of the Associt tioti consists of 4'64 shares of £180 each, payable by (30 monthly instaiments of £3 each, the first instalment to be paid on application and the others on the first of each month afterwards. Tlhe Trustees and Directors of the As. sociation are : .THOMASEI ALSTON, Esq., J.1'.. -JAMES MASON, Fsq., J.P. W.. F. LAN) DON, E-q. The Estate is opposite the Caulfield Shire B all, atid has frontages to the Haw thorn, Glen ]ira and Bainbra roads, is in an. elevated and desirable locality, and comprises EXCELLENT SITES: FOR VILLA RESIDENCES. The property has been divided into 64 Allotments. of as nearly as possible equal value, the size of the allotments varying according to the est...

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My Landlady. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 1 October 1887

My Landaltuy. She's a widow, peie, Scarcely up to my shoulder, Twcnty-nine, and so sweet i S :- She's a widow, /ile, Deoinaire and discreet,?? ~ --(I wish I were bolder !) i She's a widdowpite,.:. Scarcely up to my shoulder. '' !She has hair. golden-brown, And such ivee, dainty freckles I B ? . ut never a frown Shb has hair, golden-brown; To smooth its f6lds down '7 I'd give all my shekels;. She his hair, golden-brown, And such wee, dainty freckles! There's a "swell" from the club, Alas! who calls on her l, . W..While I scribble and scrub " There's a swell from the club ,-; But this fellow I'sl drub . When we meet, 'pon myhonor ! There's a swell from the club, - Alas ! who calls on her !

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novelist. DAYS OF CRIME AND YEARS OF SUFFERING. AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY. Reprinted from "The Australasian" of 1867 by special permission.) CHAPTER XVIII. THE JUVENILE REFORMATORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 1 October 1887

1 .iovnelist. DAYS OF CRIME AND YEARS OF SUFFERING. -.4- Au AUionroonAruny. '-~ -I- --- Rep'inted from`! The Australasian" of 1867 by special permission.) CHAPTER XVIII. ' THE JUVENILE REFO.IMATOR?. " Th'ie?et:m~irning I! was taken before the governor, Captain Grooves, who told me hoe lid heard a very unfavorable iccounti of me from the chaplain, and ; .asked me what I had to sav for myself. I replied tiha I felt too iiervous;to reply to r: liim?as clearly as I wished, and I should ,.: tllicrefore feel thankful if he would allow Smb to write a letter'to him,' that I might the better state :what I had to urge in ": defence.of my conduct.. Paper was sup a;.. plied to me that evgening, and before I went to bed Ihad comiipleted a long epistle to the governor, in which I had placed the Swhole matter fairly before hini. I asked him to judge.me 'liy my conduct and general habits as observed bji the officers. To be guided, in estimating a prisoner's ch'-acter; by ,the clergyman's report of ...

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Miscellaneous. His First and Last Battle. A SOLDIER'S THOUGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 1 October 1887

flgiscellatncotw. lis Firs, t acn Lastl Battle: A SOLDIER's THOUGHTS. Why should I dread the impalpable king ? Why should 1 shrink at the beat of his wing ? -Each hour I draw near him; 'Tis baseness to fear him The bugle doth call. Hark? the glad sound of the drum and the fife, Rousing the soul to the ardor of strife. • Others have faced him well, Strung by no battle-yell, He cometh to all. Pain is man's heritage upon earth, Given him with breath at the moment of birth Life will soar from this dust, And the shot or the thrust - Brings freedom from thrall.' Now we are marshalled and ready to slay, Silent and stern in our serried array. Whence this strange dreamy thought, Reckless and fearing naught? See'st not thy pall ? Clinging to life 'mid thewhirl of the fight, All life's bitterness sunk out of sight. 0 ! what a burning pain; God; I am struck again- - Ifow lightly I fall. No Taste for dull-Books.--Novels are intended for the amusement of the reader; or they should bh, If people w...

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A TIGRESS TAMED. (Concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 1 October 1887

AJ TIGRESS TA1MED. And, now, Nina had made a brilliant mar raige,and would notibe civil to an old friend! There were not only the letters, thought Jeanne, irs she sat tapping her feet on the fender, there were stories one could recall. Nina had not been one of the quiet girls at the seminary ; none of her class at the semi nary had been very quiet. Those letters she certainly should not have for money-atany rate, not just -yet; a determination which, Jeanne, having formulated it,she emphasized with a dainty little kick-at she fire.shovcl. This proved an incautious movement, and, with alittle grimace of pain, she returned to her book, treasure trove at a shop in Lisle Street. At that moment Adolphe, the senior gar con of the establishment, gave one of his dis creet raps at the door. An invaluable crea ture, Adolphe-he had been captain of the waiteis at the Continental until he. was de tected in some little irregularities, and he adored .3me. de Legaspe and her gowns ; she gave a tone...

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THE OLD SETTLER. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 1 October 1887

THE OLD SETTLEr. "Peleg" said the Old Settler, as he filled his pipe after supper and dragged the splint. bottomed rocking chair out on the verandah for a quiet smoke," run over to the 'squire's on' see if his folks has got through with their Ins' week's Clarion Blast o' 'Freedom yit. Seems to me it takes em' a good w'ile to read that paper through. I sent over fer it yisterday, an' they sent back word they was readin' on it theirselff yit. It'llbe time for ner' week's paper to git aroun' 'fore I have a squint at wa'at were goin' on las' week if the squire's folks hold on to that paper much longer. I never see how selfish some folks is. Run over, Peleg, an' see if they're through with it, an' it they can't send it this time, they kin keep their ol' paper for all o' me. tn along, Pc'eg" Little o'eleg put on his hat and started. He was about climbing the garden fence to make a short cut to the 'squire's when his grandfather called him. "IHey, Peleg I" he called. 'Hol' on a minute. Com...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 1 October 1887

-stes-and Schools... - 'iNIs CORONAT OPus." SBRIGHTON p LADIES' COLLEGE : ,- ("Ellesmere,") ST. ANDREW STREET, Ne. ;I ar the Town Hall PRINCIPAL: . ?"t MRS. J. HAINES, C E (Late of Clifton Hill Ladies' College), For several years teacher under ' the Board of Education, Assisted by ;. MISS A. E. COX. -English Literature and Mathematics, HO W.~,BRISTOWE, EsQ., B.A. - ,Frecieand German, - OTTO MUiLLER. o i SDrawing and Painting, oE S F. TJONES;, Eso. Cear( .. .I ,,., Pi?:? rt .; Round T: .HAMMOND Es ;, '.;.: Fender '- Miss BURKITT, R.A.M.,; tti f ". H earth Mns. ORR, and Cornice Miss A. E. COX slip r. .,: .:. Calisthenics, Fi"l-sia Mi:SSES DICK and MOON. Resident Governess: ... MISS A, E.:COX. : TERMS (Payable in advance) Day Pupils: One to Four Guineas per Term" Resident Pupils (under 12 ea'rs) Drawl: "English (as below), also Languages,- Gen Music, and Painting and Twelve Guineas per Term Dining . 'Resident Pupils (over l2hyears):, ' English (s below), also Languages, : irc Music, an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 1 October 1887

HEALTH, BEAUTY d COMFORT For One Penny per week. FoamingTooth Wash promotes the above It is the safest, most pleasant, most effective, and most economical of all pre parations for cleaning the teeth. It is 'original and unique. There is anthing like it. Price is per bottle, which lasts 12 weeks when used every day.' J. H. NIE?AN, Manufacturing and Dispensing Chemist, New-street, Middle Brighton.- AIVT.]* CHURCH SERVICES. Congregational--l and 7, Rev. J. Rickard. Presbyterian-Wilson-street, Rev. D. HT. Ballantyne. Mentone, 11; Cheltei ham, 3; and Mordialloc 7; Rev. R. M. Fergus. Elsternwick-ll and 7, Rev. J. Hay:~ Baptist Church Bay-street--ll11ev. WV.: Jones ; 7, the pastor, Rev. S. Howard*; Salvation Army--11, , and 7 bymembers of the Army. :? Christian Chiipel, Brighton: VWorship l.1 a.m,; preaching 7 p .i Christian Chapel, Cheltenhnim Worship 11 a in: preaching, 7 p.m, by' Mr.- Good Uniioen Chapel, South Brightoni LAfter' noon and evening, Mir C:.T: Cottell : i' Church of ngland:...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 1 October 1887

Deaths. KEYS—On the 27th ult., at his residence, Fairview, South Brighton, Robert Keys, aged 69 years. BELL—On the 29th September, at Bolton, Brighton Beach, Joseph Bell, late of Bolton Hall, Cumberland, England, aged 57 years.

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