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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and Caulfield and Balaclava Guardian — 30 July 1887

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Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And Caulfield And Balaclava Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and Caulfield and Balaclava Guardian — 30 July 1887

A mrs's best help is himself, his own heart, his resolute purpose-it cannot be done by proxy. A man's mind may be aroused by another, but he most mould his own char. aster. What if a man fails in one thing ? Let him try again-he must quarry his own nature. Let him try hard, and try again,fo. he does not know what he can do till hetries The iiiwfition of uarms was stoppedi by ;orider ofthie Amurican. iand English resi dents, who feared n rising of the Chinese.

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And Caulfield And Balaclava Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and Caulfield and Balaclava Guardian — 30 July 1887

FOOTBALL:ITEMS. 'The following are the results of 'the". various matohes played on Saturday after noon last. Brighton 2nd v. SouthlBrighton hBT GOAL SNEAK. , "This` matcl was played last Saturdaj at' soniih Br igoin?h ' in aaddock ~lie to Mr. Barry Greig, of the Plough and Harrow hotel. The Brighton started' from North lrighton!ht 2.40 and aii.vediat -theirigoal at about ' o,ilock Lindgren captained. the Brighton, and having won the toss, de clded to take the first adiantae of 'the wind. Arstrong wind, was'blowing 'aciioss the ground anI thus pot all the play on one wing. After about ten minutes' play Small kicked first goalfor Brighton. For;a. time.; the South Brighton played up a bit behtt'er' andikept tihe; hidf-biiacks of the Brighton busy but the ball was ca.rried down..the. wing by Ferguson and Tolmie; Petleylhad a couple of. unsuccessful shots, but Tolmie managed to pilot 'tlhehall safely through'; the posts and scored second goal. 'After kick off Brightion again, prevailed, ...

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And Caulfield And Balaclava Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ELSTERNWICK INPROVEMENT COMMITTEE [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and Caulfield and Balaclava Guardian — 30 July 1887

EI5T'ERNýWi10K1ty PR6V* E'MENI%¶1 , : COMMITTEE THE ordinary monthly meeting of the abve took place last Tuesday evening at Messrs. Lillie and Davies' office, Elstern.i wick, there being present Messrs. Reid (chairman), Kirkham, Eamanson, Bache lor, Chapman and Coghlan. MINUTES. The minutes of last ordinary monthly were read and confirmed. - CORKtESPONDHNUB$. From the Brighton Towni Council, in forming the committee that they had no objection to include the half an acre of land referred to in a request from .the committee, which land had been asked for by them for school and Free Library purposes.-Received and the secretary instructed to ask the council' to' take steps to have this piece of. laud included in the proposed bill, if not alieady in cluded therein. From the same, informing the com mittee that they were doing:all that lay in their power with a.view to regulate and c3ntrol the cartage of nightaoil, and that on the motion of Cr. Walatabba byea law had been adopted limiting ...

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And Caulfield And Balaclava Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Miscellaneous. Maclaine's Child. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and Caulfield and Balaclava Guardian — 30 July 1887

tl)scellaneous. Maclaine's Child. Meelaine, you scourged me'like a hound, Youl hould have strtck me to the ground: oTe should have played a chieftain's part, You ahould have stabbed me to the heat.. '* You should have crushed me into death: But here I swear with living breath That for this wrong which you have done i7P wreak my vengeance on your son a On him and you, and all your race 1" He said, and, bounding from his place, He amied the child with sudden hold, Amlling infant three years old. al., starting like a hunted stag, He oaled the rock, he alomb the orag, aMd reached o'er many a wide abyss, The beetling seaward precipice. And leaning o'er the topmast ledge, He held the infant o'er the edge I "In vain thy wrath, thy sorrow vain, No hand shall save it, proud Maclane." With lashing eye and burning brow, The mother followed, heedless how, O'er erags with mosses overgrown, A'id star-like juts of slippery stone. But midway up the rugged steep She found a chasm she could not leap,...

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And Caulfield And Balaclava Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IN THE GERMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and Caulfield and Balaclava Guardian — 30 July 1887

IN THE CERMAN. --?0 She stood upon the polished floor, Amid the ball-room's blazing light, And slowly scanned the circle o'er, . That formed the dance that night, (The walte they played was " Woman's Love.) She stood and stroked her long white glove. The creamy silk her form caressed, A bunch of plumes hung o'er her he?ot, Her bosom by soft lace was pressed, Her rich red lips apart. The German was the dance that night.) One high-heeled shoe was justin sight. She held a favor in her hand, A" dainty, perfumed, painted thing, A tiny heart-yet ha would stand, Who won that prize, a king. (The waltz they played, was '"Woman's Love.") did How fast my throbbing pulse did move. Men watched her there with eager eyes, " Uion her curls the light did shine;.. Then, with a look of sweet stirprise,: Her great gray eyes met mine. he German was the dance that night.) She smiled-her smile was wondrous bright. She waved her fan coquettishly, SAnd half inclined her wellpoised head, As, in a tone part c...

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And Caulfield And Balaclava Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Withered Bose. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and Caulfield and Balaclava Guardian — 30 July 1887

A. Withered Bose. Osrn a rose, now withered and gray, : Yet a lingering fragrance in its petals lay, That recalls from the past a quiet night In a fragrant dell, where the moon shone bright. Ah, well I why should this flower bring, After all these years such a painful sting, Such a throbbing heart, sesh a vain regret, For one whom I thought I should forget Youth, since that night, has passed away, And yet, this withered flower today Revives a love within this breast Which long ago I deemed at rest This rose is a type of my lifeto-day. I too am old, and withered and gray. Yet I fancy still in its petals I see The face of her long lost to me. EnuG?E M. Isue.

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And Caulfield And Balaclava Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Silver Lining. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and Caulfield and Balaclava Guardian — 30 July 1887

The Silver Lining. TaE'as never a day so sunny But a little cloud appears; There's never a life so happy But has had its time of tears : Yet the sun shines out thebrighter - When the stormy tempest clears. There's never a garden growing With rose in every plot; There's never a heart so hardened But it has one tender spot; W' e have only to prune the border To fnd the forget-me-not. There's never a cup so pleasant But has bitter with its sweet; There's never a path so rugged That bears not the print of feet; And we have a helper promised F. or the trials we may meet. Theree never a sun that rises Baut we know 'twill set at night; - .a The tints that gleam in the morning At evening are just as bright; And the hour that is the sweetest Is between the dark and light. There's never a dream that's happy But the waking makes us sad; There's never a dream of sorrow But the waking makes as glad : We shall look some day with wonder At the troubles we have had.

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And Caulfield And Balaclava Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LODGING WITH LAZZARONI. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and Caulfield and Balaclava Guardian — 30 July 1887

, au, 'kin c gvoi e" ae e rike s a "W lre do youcaeomitfromiroIs " Toledo." " When did you strike-town?" lready, eh? You ain'tno professional? Of :ourse not." ''" , . ,"., "I got my foot hurt-about a month ago ind it laid me up for,a;coupld of weeks, so it eaves me a littleshort.; but I'll getavork to norrow." ."51 |i .6 .?rj['' " Well, you'd better.,,There's ai.verycewverr ragrant law in thi State, aind if you come sreagain.up,you; go to.tho.\Y?qk-? ofe.t?l he above, sepe,.witl?"ol.S alighot rra ions, is AcScted"fririd tdi tO flfthlm? 'eery light at the Central Police Station, the nale being-the exit of the applieant--with a alue ticket entitling him td' adi'x-penny edging. To the gentle.minded reader the manner and language of Sergt. Martinr ,may een a tritfle severe; but experience proves ttattin' nine-tenths "of the 'cases itbi full justified. Almost without exception these applicants for the city's charitycomplain of some visitation of Providence in the way of accident ori sick...

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And Caulfield And Balaclava Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and Caulfield and Balaclava Guardian — 30 July 1887

S: ' uctioneer Advertisement. Franik E. Edgcumbo, ESTATE AND FINANCE AGENT, 231 CHAPEL ST., WINDSOR. - I• nhe' O de MALVERN & ELST'I'N VICK:' OS E S . N I ' " LAND FOR s:E;.. .. -4 , ' . ' f H` ýr"r, . .y: o d 'ementonc ýýropefc -. m Arilale. Auli'inGron` vWenatlierboarl Viilh:'6 rooms. nath,' intry, copper and tronghli Asphalt ard. Land 33 x 14 £7'i5. Three miiautesfrom station;' '£50 deposit' balanie monthly.s "r- :-.;: ! , 't, ?: . : 'l'.Auburn'tiGrove-Brick Villa;:S ronoms :bath, pnnt.r; coip, 'triglii, gas;, enetian Sblinds; electio: bell, einclosed: erndah. nd ah 8 138. ( £110, terms. Three minutes' from station. . " : ' ; . ' Ailiuri Grove-BlickNilla6 rooms, bath pantry, c-pper, trough, eiiclosed erandih. Land 48 x 138 to right-of-way. .'000: MSoudnt Plenasint adhid=V.B.tCottage, A ronms, bath,i pantry, sphalt yard. Land, 20 x 110 to right-of-way. £'::50; £25 deposit. balance monthly. SClarenden-street-W.? 1 gOottage, 4 rooms. Land 40 x 107. £300;'small deposit. Mnlve...

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And Caulfield And Balaclava Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Experiment in Social Equality. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and Caulfield and Balaclava Guardian — 30 July 1887

?4prkimecnt tn Social Enqiality,'' All Fairport believed Robert Freeman and Mildred FevershahlfladJlCengaged, and all Fairport considered it agood matchll. Now, ps Freeman was only a young, liard-working s'honemaker; and Mildred,the orphan ,laughter of a country doctpr, it may seem strange that their cngagement should attract public attention. The truth is, dFairport was a con servative}sy-gpoipst village,ýwhoso .inhahit-. ants er? ?not thd'rich -or :'ttoo hii.lb-in 'to take a hospitable interest in the joys and sorrows. of -thiineighbors. They ,werae chiefly fareii ?h d i ns?ll ,tridrlm n h4iose honleswere the abodes of comfort and plenty, albeit somewhat behind the age in thematter of :esthetic decoration and thefragcfdrbrnl. a-brac. Fairport had itg' aristocracy, however, else this story h'd:' never benivi'nttec. -'On thli butgkirts of the village resided several mamilis wlio jided themselves ordtheir.bltie blood,and held themselves'aloof from the 'illagers save oil; extrabrdih'a...

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And Caulfield And Balaclava Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Good Stories. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and Caulfield and Balaclava Guardian — 30 July 1887

-- ood- storie . The life of Sheridan, senior, was not a moral one. He drank to excess, and he ran in debt to support+his extravaganeityle of living. But lae disliked soepticdilnotions, and held to orthloddx ideas in philosophy and religion. Tom one day tried to engage his father in a discussion on the doctrine of li)cessity? " Father," said he, "did you ever do anything in a state of perfect indiffer ence-without motive, I mean, of some kind or other?" Sheridan, who knew what was cgming,smd didn't relish such discussions, n!swered:-"Yes,certainly." ",What l Total SiffErernce-entire, thorouigh indifference ?" 'reli totsl entire, thorough indifference." ' eln me," 'ertsisted Tom ; "what.it is you can do with total indifference 1" " Why, listen to you, Tom," replied the father. When Tom was a--young man ,he-one-lday announced:.his alptioaching: mairinoc.'.His father, thinking it an imprudentact, threat ened " to cut him off with a shilling." "You haven't got it about you, have you, si...

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And Caulfield And Balaclava Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sketcher. Emperor and Prisoner. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and Caulfield and Balaclava Guardian — 30 July 1887

Emperor and Prisoner. i In the gray of an early morning, during the ieign of'good Josephi II. oflAnstria, a strange scene occuirred inione of the treets of the old city of Presburg. We can forgive history much of its dry detail anld still ointality when it also records'for us heart-touchiiir in. cidents'of'real life like this that we have ehre to tell. The nearly silent street, flanked byits two rows of tall houses, most of-the blind?'and shutters still closing the. wiidows at that early hour, was.being swept by a gang of con victs, brought each morning through the pri son gates for the puripose. ?I? the line of prisoners was an old man whose hair and heard were white as silver, and whose ugly uniformdid rhot-Wholly hide acertain state lixiessof bearing which he, however, did not allow to hinder his work. But in spite of his prepossessing look and manner, it was to be noticed that onlyhe of all his companions dragged at his-:leg-a chain weighted by a heavy bullet. Yet it seemed impo...

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And Caulfield And Balaclava Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and Caulfield and Balaclava Guardian — 30 July 1887

ma CmerIlal Bank 9f Australia , ..... (Limite d)-.. . a r?iseýr.d Capital ... " .. ' ,0,0(t BPdtieribed Capitai:. ..... .00,010 ld ;' 1 .. ... ..:0.·. ,000l,o •-'le? -g. Fond ..70,000 4l?tc Orrilc--3a0 COLLINS ,. . W.,, 31.iMEIOUIINE. L Adenn OHice-Bishopgafe,. St. Within; eoiPer of Leadenhall-street, E.C. Rtt Branch-Day & ;Cech* a « ame Strts. _ ° ilotie on lissts at xteureIefrsie inl datlowest : . . tes of exchange. Ail. D~mcounted and Advances Made. - A - ALR - IAN OHARTERED oyt Charter 18b2)" . .... . ... .... £720,000 .. Liaiility to Shareholders £720,000 `:e:: . .-i~-taid .. 4 ... £220,00l " - - tefnwle.] 1eraieh :" :; G' LEN 1WJN TL Y ROAD, S (Near'Railway Station.) ' Interest allowed on. Fixed Deposits "at Highest iates.) WraDtlsumed e the London M?e Pheieasatid, agents of the Bank Ma fe C tt1 Nates of Exchange. Bill$ ; iseIonted and Advances made. ,#,,:': . , R. MACKENZIE, ; ,.:..; Manager. ~. . da?aice Merchants, . l ted a -Produce and ;.Store S-,,W.od and Coal Dep...

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And Caulfield And Balaclava Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Leader. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, JULY 30, 1887. LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and Caulfield and Balaclava Guardian — 30 July 1887

JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, JULY 30, 1887. LOCAL ITEM S. LEADINO article on alleged jobbery of Moorabbin Shire Council, Canlfield Shire Council report, and several other item to local importance unavoidably, held over till next issue. M?. J..F. HAMILTON, who for the past term has creditably to himself and the rate payers of. the Town, filled the position of mayeor, is, we are informed, again to be elected to that position. In his business srelations, in his public capacity as. chief magistrate of the Town, and also whilst presiding at the council table, he has ever shown himiself to have been the right man in thiighbt place and we trust that during the incoming term he may continue in popularity and in the esteem and admira tion of the populace. THE second instalment of the results of the examination for the Bomby prize, at Trinity College, has been furnished by the examiners, who report that the prize of £20 for Biblical Greek has been awarded to one of our local ministers the (Rev. ...

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And Caulfield And Balaclava Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Miscellaneous. Her Photograph. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and Caulfield and Balaclava Guardian — 30 July 1887

- Iý icetlaico ÷ "i : Hrcrr-Photagraph. ";ý r A pctadf a dark eyed girl -s I 'i t% ithpe?dsive, thoughtful air, i Whose pure, sweet face looked from beneath Its frame of misty hair. ... , Miy heart was captured by' ier faced; . 1 loved her at first sight ; "Sweet maid," I whispered, "let me be Your own true chosen knight." And theni tried-to find.my queen, - I souglit lier n'e?r nid' far; ' 'i Her pictured face shone on my path! And was my guiding star. But oh, how can I tell the grief, The bittergricf tome, ., Whcn I.fdundioutfheybill adoubt¶75k /, "-Tliere wasn't any she If - = l'"-Ft4is sweet picture that I loved (Kind reader, do not laugh I) Turned out to be a very good Compfsite photograph I_ " And the'fair girl whose pensive eyes - lad made m~yp jysesfstir, i s d . .. Were forty-nine of her One woman's face was in my mind- How could I then' divine That I, while faithful to one love, .,_,!. Was true to forty-nine ? QO.Scion ce IYol -have ddne this thing,, ..,,, On you I lay the...

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And Caulfield And Balaclava Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Paralyzed. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and Caulfield and Balaclava Guardian — 30 July 1887

Paralyzed. When Smith and Brbi- go a gunning, At the Flats 'ncath the deep-blue skies, Their thoughts are continually running ... .h On,the ducks they will paralyze. When at night they return to the city, And tell in their manner so wise, Of tIfi6ticks "thit they killed,'tis a pity, They are telling a pair-o'- lies. "It hurt me worse than you, my lad, To punish you for being bad." i The howling son, ,.. '..'. When dad has done. Thinks, "golly, don't I wish it had." When Henry Ward Beecher applied forj a life insurance in the Union Mutual thirty; years ago he was asked the usual question!as to the health of his heart. His answer was :1 "Experieficed a peculiar feeling about the heart.during the days of my courtshi." Gladstone's latest article ii on " Books That IHave Influenced Me." Gladstone is English,: you know, and can do no wrong;' butif lie were an American politician, now,; be would write on " Pocketbooks That Have Influenced Me." One of our esteemed contemporaries takes twent...

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And Caulfield And Balaclava Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Humor. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and Caulfield and Balaclava Guardian — 30 July 1887

'A Story for Druggists.-A prominent medicine-maker tells the following story: " It was about three months ago when I got a nprescriptiot from a" well.knowsvdoctor, which called for five grains of bpiuinito.lie taken in a mixture, as directed. For fear of accidents I put the.stuff in a poison bottle, and told the nurse who came for it tobesure and use it foroutward applicationonly. She went off, and presently I got a strong note from the doctor, ordering me to put up the prescription as directed, and not interfere with,his instructions, which were tablespoon 'doses every three hours. As I hadind wish to kill a patient and ruin the doctor, I changed the five grain dose to one-tenth of a grain, and sent off the medicine. Presently thedoc tor came in, white with anger. "' Dash.it, sir when I send a prescrip tion dbn't you dare to interfere with it I -he roared:. ' .i "' But suppose you had make a mistake ?' I said ; 'I suppose you did not want to kill the woman.' "Then, I showed himiis ...

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And Caulfield And Balaclava Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Science. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and Caulfield and Balaclava Guardian — 30 July 1887

Sun and Earth.-The volume of thq sun is about one}miulin three hundred'sthat of the carth.s To' give 'ome idea of this. differenbe'lAt us'msoe a few compariso'ns of some familiar objects. For instance, let the sun be represented bya man'weighing one hundred and ninety pounds. In a pound ayoirdupi., there arp seven thousand grains t?nh iisluiltlpliel .int- onc.:'sund?red and; niinety gives us one million three hundred and thirty thousand. Now, a grain may be represented by the kernel'of wheat'; which was, in fact, the original of the grain weight. So you have on-the one hand the sun, 'repre sented by a'lirge man;'and on the ether the earth by a grain of wheat.- -If the sun- were vain of his complexion he might wears little hbk'l ?,ct?(it?ion his 'chin, a. little larger, perhaps than the earth. Or the earth might be a very small horse fly, sitting on his bald patl. I.The eirth.would' not. be half large enough to make the sun a collar button. A man may gain three to five' pounds 'a wee...

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And Caulfield And Balaclava Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BRIGHTON TOWN COUNCIL. MONDAY, JULY 25. Present—Crs Hamilton (mayor), Bent. Walstab, O'Shea, Munro, Huntly and Burrows. MINUTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and Caulfield and Balaclava Guardian — 30 July 1887

BRIsHTOW ITO*N; COUNCIL. )1 ONDAY, JULY 2g., ,tlhi·it tn istflL\l i Preset- Crs Hamilton (mayor), lent. Wal-' Satabf O;'hea uynro,y Hu ntlyy and l Blur rows. The minutes of last ordinary meeting were read and confirmed, and the secre tary's outward correspondence read and CORRESPOrDIXNCE IrtWARDS. From the 1ost'' nd"Telegraph Depart ment, acknowledging the receipt of a letter and petition from a number of residonts at Little.lrighton, asking the" ,lepartment to alter the name of the local post office,'the department stated that.the reason why the name of Little Brighlton was given` to it' was to facili itt:th~i dliverT of letteis, as there was'often confusion arising through letters going to the central office, and, also tley bad in view the idea of a more speedy com mutincation with the metropolis.-Received and a copy to 'b'sent to be forrwardd to the petitioners. Frio~si the Minister of IRailways, stating that.inndry items mentioned in a commu nication from the council were referr...

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