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CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 April 1888

CHURCH 8ERVICES TO-MORROW. Presbyterian.-Brighton. Rev. Mr. - 11 and7. Elsternwick.-Rev. J. Hay, 11 and 7 Oheltenhbam. 3, Mentone,: 11, and Mor dialloc 7, Rev. R. M. Fergue. Caulfield, Rev. H. B. Macartney, 11 and 7 Armadale, Rev. F. Webb. Elsternwick, Rev. P. Bailhache. Malvern, Rev. C. J. Godby, 11 and 7. Oakleigh, Rev. T. H. Rnst. Congregational, Brighton, morning, and evening Rev.J.B Richard. Malvern, Rev. C. Moon, 11 and 7. Onkleigh, Rev. J. F. Ganniaway, 11 and 7. Wesleyan Methodist-Brighton, 11 ad Elsternwick-11 7 Primitive Methodist Sooti h larra Bev. M. Clarke, 11, and 7. North Brighton;, Snpply, 1, and 7. South Brighton i; Spply, 11, andX r B. Lemon, 7. East Brighton Supply, 3 a , 7. Baptist Church-- Brighton,RevS. Howard, 11, and 7. Christian Chapel-Brighton, 11 and.7. Cheltenhaim, Mr. Goodacre, 7. - Untion Church -Caulfield, Rev. J3Gregson 11 and 7. nion' Chapel-South B righton; Hawkinst Church of .Enghond Mordialc 11, as usual. d', Mr Simpson .... .. Cheltenham.-11; Mr....

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TEN THINGS A BABY CAN DO. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 April 1888

TEN T INGS -A BABY CAN DO. Ias bEnabe s lrblelekea r hiiinted for wakinga family apLa the m 'aing. :GIe lt fair abhqw and it sean ahahpiore dihbue hen mon$ ,Idustriouuptvntgairl t ahaeuty u rhd i provocationn than 4b mea expert tumbler Ia 'lMLad :: ai giisi -m 4 ! 0 ba iam t. metiers, world ove .a £aaklji an . at t .mo i from npatg( tI Iibtaendaelghi till mor gag withoetwery me.t te. ..aIt un k lid. to alep puetally D day wbell #9`ieesr l d9wj town, aad otsa Paar -11 1.le ipar ný a eta neu thatls dirtiest, ugiesat, most6 frostfp, b,*1bp all the #Prld. bntt you nan never sauk. ifs ,.iQtbegr,-bettavs it,. and yon had better sot try., ..'. It 94ohe a ntrmilng nd n. il frt ahen, e is hn ped w b qe vhc i t-orra w Fesaeift nsa eabibti tore bad topnjr them both parts together..: :. e 4 abr htsnsp.a hous, better than al the fetuinra isrnr 'ade; e eter Miaden ShqaAte iii) tuhera lrgaaed li larges plaess It piente' breestasthian' Sto kanwtheY b nfI);p bedaitors away IWas Cans, 0a greater vaca...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WIT AND HUMOUR. MY MAIDEN AUNT. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 April 1888

i sIT*Iemch bpontleve. I P re shinbetsefl heks fo ti* 1 Sa .,.Ilve4Imtch!JnbloW5O.'" S' Yd e1'seddm i al .e heasu to~l; |dwhe smiles from ether eya5 I The [udisuae WUetnklery ` eHerfosalloav. hiss uldedhlfe relentlem plough :aone the pslor of a brow' :.Once far from homely. rAnd russet curb that oice she tosee (oqusltishly, are crimped with frost, Ba have not ialtogether Ides s :Their hoe so comely. 'iTat fate hi been unkind to her; Oldj 4la:ka i l vcnr[r ,', Bt~hese are dabd long ago, And yeas have yellowed oer their eaor, Saceshui withtell-tale cheeks aglow B itat needdthem over,ý UJ t" "Inreedaauieeso tdiygoid night Wbta aho. ei'riddo in her mi'ht. IWi found th thogh her ait s light :Hra silbi eheaoy.' t : Yet, though at tisme he Joveesto poeu T': ia01d h a angel;, o'er ar P c SMylirad" h ~wsarrnm spot ir How aft thetensing gibe Irve cheeked ,Upon mrytonae, to recollect - Tiatabhesodosg denied respect,. Doesnow Sommand some. ' "I wiodl1Qnot deaia to i""un SAt htie', my reatiO uex...

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 — 14 April 1888

PROIT 51.200.-" To sum it up, six long yearsof bed-ridden sickness.costing 8200 per year, total $1,200. All of this expense was stopped by three bottles of Dr. Sonule's American Hop Bitters, taken by my wife. Shie has done her own house-work for a year sipce, without the loss of a day, and I want everybody to know it, for their benefit." " N. E. Farmer." YANDELL'S DIARRH(EA MIXTURE the most efficacious preparation for this com plaint quickly relieves and restores the system to its natural condition.-(Advt.) J. G. YANDELL Consulting Herbalist 32 Chapel street Prabran. Consultation Free. -(Advt.) YANDELL'S EXTRACT Of DAPHNE Meizer eon with Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla will care affections of the Blood, Ecxema Pim ples, Ulcers, etc. J. G. Yandell, Consult ing Herbalist,: 32 Chapel street Prahran, Consultation Free.-(Advt.). . . RESShIAKING.-Wanted a ntuber of Apprentices and Improrera imme diately.-Apply W. J. V~iCE & CO, -Cagli Drapers, Bay at., Brighton. IGEON S for Sale, Owl...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOW PAT PROVED IT. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 April 1888

*ROWi PAT, PR9VED.JIT. A toarn ish i relahnd wee talkioa '!I a mea .;wbo w ,.bricking. slanu op tbe' ,oadsie,';wbhen a .cairig drown inj :;:Wbo'ar,,hst in lbs h cargI inqaised the touuiiLt' Ah, shm., lbs jidgs; an· r. toeld begit' apou dyds for t iggabgqtssame r. 1 'llrhdmdesr more,' remarked,. ,p,, Sonnit., "&b,; dam's .belays 1. jga. bqnný I' don'tbeila s hebeat the pour4,,d., Itielf ; for n nro ' t~te time L ate him psjst eh' road here, ajs' i_ never coed himidrenk waneb." .

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BRIGHTON FREE LIBRARY COMMITTEE. WEDNESDAY APRIL 11. SPECIAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 April 1888

BRIGbHTON FREE LIBRARY COMMITTEE. WEDNESDAY APRIL 11. SPECIAL MEETING. SPresente--Mesrs W. Barrows (resi dient);;priggDrew, Small, Lloyd, lack IStphens, 'Cotterell, Le' Mare, Webb, Francis, Darvall, and T. Bent Eaq., M.L.A., Mayoroi Brighton. An apology was received from Mr. H R. Reid, fornon-attendance inconsequence of a prior engagement. He also protest ed against the large hall-as "the best room in the honee" being devoted exclisi velytto Billiads. - S55n'UEmts P The minutes of lastpecial meeting held on the 16th December were read and confirmed. MR5. wissrEa'B OFFER. The hon. secretary read the letter of Marchl3, from Mr. A. Webster (which was referred to at least ordinary meeting) and also stated that he had since seen that gentleman and informed him of the reso lutions passed at last meeting and the proposed object. of this meeting when Mr Webster said that the voting of a sum of money by the library committe for the purchase of a second billiard table would not be a complianc...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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PEARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 April 1888

.PinstMa a*AnI.-WeIlS,1 par, halve, Score aso m y r'ps mellow pnm a you itke toas.. Pt ther.b l a preesrvtg mr., *ve.ihm ;wa'«r sad .lmer gttl ti hey are teder. - UifN them out al-h ewatersal ha . iquid for a hboar with, the .ab a se. a oures of the peats. Utvohit..-Y=ahes syrap of it by boiling a rd ia4 "ha slf I p for every stw aoudrof fruit Let this syrup boil until It wil stffen phen a small q euaitlt h pjared ap'n.na yplte Sf·tir theipmats·atoih sp and boll all together tI. febw,,isstse. Torn the maptade 1 jarsgoze ut pe " *.*: rpl ydee.:ta, M oo dgpa c _ BAKED Ps sa'-rbirbstf a dspa large pnears with a .oft aloth; put them on a buttered baking tin Into a slowr oven, and let them bake genth for five or .ml bour. Wga {adr t don.esonah, i0 w 1e " r f ealdwill)r1ý{C 4U~pk-&Ed, cko'~i eight or t goo ped ars, leavring on the estalks or not, ooordtng totaste. Pet hem lIintrag panigth "1Joes of loaf sugar, six lotee ell w1oIAeall roe, three-qunar. vs .f ai t ci. wate; and let ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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THE SMALLEST PEOPLE IN THE WORLD. (PALL MALL GAZETTE) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 April 1888

THE SlALLEST PEOPLE IN THE SWORLD... (PALL IALL GAZR1¶N) At the leat meetrin of the Anthropologice.. Imeritute. Pr, feent lower, 0 B. dlrrctor .r thbe Natourl Hietoe Mnam, gave a deeaip. tion of the owomakeletola of Akkes latrl obtaioed in theoemnobuttae onatuf.y, oeou Africa, by Emio Pohb. They are those of folly growaup people, a. mle and. a femala Thes oidenee they affrd entirel otreobo fotet tbe, vlew prevconyll, derived ft. m external m'emartments that the Akkte are oiong the demalleit, if not abttually themlleest people epdn the earth. The heibt of :neither of them a reeds 1,219 metre.tae4f*;whilesriving fiemale Ahke, or wborm Hie Pseha bheaent:oceeful meaur. mete, isolp 1,164metree,. or barely.8ls10io. The iantI t. preionely obtained. fron: the meenoierena of.about hal a.dosatn iviog. .:batte.eee pot quite-so low u lheiner eyiaue from' t16 to .420 metfeel eand giv ea 4.eee "fois both. ' ea of ,13856 or 4ft Sfite. .Bot the numbers measured r not euflaltle for ebelehliohlg the ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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DR. MARSHALL LANG'S IMPRESSIONS OF MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 April 1888

DR. AlaAIt O PRESStO Ina letter to thsraOlagow Herald," 1fel adii 671 Jiiwsi y kfaihafllleg thi opeiade. ompareuy tavrof' t e' tliurl;wt ip 16a aret1el t l e i r b d I O 1 !iOb d t Tbies thit ra or irybb·orltio dn plos F Quo of t l sha p.ea'-'oruq - -is tne i e,, h ortiaro Mes by roed, as mesratb by the trii h rind"b to av i bae . thateiy ivagoting, w hea di e wheo Ws noserd "te H.ý';', "be quare WW iry-plpd mo at'nd arhived, at- ugly limlortw.'hgids r 6 m. on Modiaythe 19tcnifbr s 4rfour, dye~lipfa· -bid en ezlebesed. tey wof tlu B h The siwIned ·,rel rsealobeti I .3wys i,li'v'eiy haute foundl quite ia . nutmr a dms we ting1 weleomeo.m;e and moeng, Alhas -loat the boly 'kir ben m thles o bpresd to *e cognise thenformr m fitti fr eeg Aude~ihoia, mow' 'Ulaoter';of 'then Melboudina int,; It, w ho feffindg to ot a goodd beaiy, 'of hishenid., Hie numeronnu rend in sbhe westrn cijy will be gladh to xbt'sa-uned hiathe eirtpre o lder in appersoee, lbe btmrd ese alittle more psatlrcbal-,ut ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Wealth of Population. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 April 1888

The Wealth of Ppnlatlse. k. cointil without, population is .luply IIneleci. teosreve rich and fertile.; Welth. iberefore. can only have onceivable eziaence in the presenoce of population. In like anenr in proporet' n to the density of populan66, do leo4, labour. nd tabour'e tinr dudcts iuoee in value. The average induatrial value of every man to the State e anid to h about £200Z The *verage iaoreaee of Antoalia. accorditg to inr. J: S. Joan, In'"lEgland's Supremacy is L42for eve y men, wonan. nd child: is etimated tbrt 1416 people die annually in Victoria ,lore from canaes which complete aenitary precautions would prevent, or lose of income in mory value alone of £5,472. But what wonld relatives give to enve these lirves Now. a large proportion ot these can he saved. But lee me..e "l.Ei. Reo vno yltde munt be embnesod. cad nor n as.. d. lung Ittobu e tt. i Let pM pie read the poulished opinion of the municipal delegates regardlirg Huntere Dil* infecct.et.and preovent infection and s...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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A PERILOUS ADVENTURE. (HOM[?] APER) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 April 1888

A PERILtUe-ADVENTURE., On 1bW Mttibg'u6i Eq(and'y, the 22lh agqary. wt i Bmbher of Ioy Island tiilfermbd w tCtdh bt tbeChapel -teir,scc atoniedbi k-.t,-they observed three men stliadln o'bn thA Hooie or Gull a:nd (one of tepaib lOiinpde);in tw@o balieu' eteondn c the' . Wamsee, a-there ok a 'tte to he. north of theRa.Hhse 'lasnd. Thoogh a score of glissees (* , ** " ' eo'y to "it stonmy water for nitles, ;rc$drrdwas anxiouely soinned by practised eyl, no vesset pluld be desert d. It was tberLefoe thougbt:(thC *'1esoe-'le Chronicle" ays) that dtrlog 'the gale of the prevliour nfght;onaate nu fortunate vessel lbad satnk I the eep' gut which rn a betwden the'two Iland. already named, and tha he five men were pt of her coed. Mr Rile, coswaio, gave orders for the G ase Dailing lifeboat to; proed to lte rescue. Scarcely, however, 'hd the b command been given, ihean the Io th' Sonderaad& lifeboat':'was seen omloIg round the point and makiog foi the ilands. For a whle the launcbles ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CAUSES OF BONE DEFORMITIES IN CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 April 1888

CAUsEs or Bo0N DEFors)UTIES Ir CHILDREN. "hai caused that club rio: `that l etr thumb, those ariled' coloelua eyrr, tbole lamp. on - the hgo'.e thoe t' ode,. tbose turnout? to =bade 'a 'littie, eo s ron inqulees caefully enough yaou Iwill and .tlcsll hey all hbasn a .eauo*e Dr.'. Olive..WedeIl Bolwe., spteakiog of eslpia' she docror earl, liaeria dheseese says (euheiantiaUt) that the time tomslt the dootorrwa,three or fot hundred years be iota ..' ·· 'iotheire should not weo their young in eassriyor ?ebhway ftritblsegtwo months furteih elmost'erdotlp twe thirdl of. the moraltty Of the ntire year. "-and, who ait telt what !isllweonseyogoetqneatae month.1 entail?.,I( t e m rtht ctannotanope bhe child. abe should ofouca give t WiIk. which ooobt to be o.ptooiaed' each time of .nirn with Faite lda Pepconiinlu Powders. This is eisentiol. A rikety child will makea man of icfe'iow stature. When-doeettion is. lett5 and thechild talksh' aind walks late, iaspect ickets.r nIt may besatet s a ca...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 April 1888

_"a'" s.'.?, a.e.ae- .,rmon. ?m,,0m ., ..rnam ntei PTJ llnenh . eAd cr Din b IGS k pW-I Iafeimhl Ali IM DUN S HWOW*SPIOLA. Of Ullca.r atl. sd so WI hia.1e- [? g. ·1 h u ,m . I .i I Imdu W St :· rrrl c asar21w mwsbm. to s &ad osrb~a7b ý ýAsfý ý Mawds ir 4uhmisi * uII auM wuq ;lufhpat PYL·r Iwr I rw h JL 5.l I4r 5 LIQ O R. D U U Uo w M ao Pit . 3A OA LIqwuON , Ia.: u. .in S. U. w l h,. 1"Don't Throw Away Your Old Crat. f 'tDon'throw away your old cruets, alwim, Stea and crf. service., or anything that ha heOn eloctroptred. Sod them toJobn Dank aud.$on's, 42 (only), Bonrke street west, and they. will reailver them .e9nal to new. (ADYrr.) And all 1h , DI3A os - Cat tB E Cl Sucosmtrlty reated 1B alnrs ited Wud3M Ipwree t A MILD, AN EFFICIENT, AND A hAFa RE MEDY INDIGESTION,:. BILIOUSNESS, * ACIDITI NERVOUS _HEADACHE. THE BUT = APERIENT. 'on -INFANTS AND INVALIDS; A Valuable Mineral Water OtTD PEDAL akrnth hIbto o o1f I1 InBoslee, at 1. 33,2e. 6d,and3e. d..roth aSls rs~s rowrnag(y...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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A DISGUSTED AUDIENCE. (SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 April 1888

13 .i'o. DISiUiRI8) AUDIENCE. I ,1lgU33, "(A (iocVASCJSOO (laaOtitOL)' mI uoJ oaDoppir Febia, 8 ''A. ' ' he Psaine. of 111 oWajee cameot of the, Houise CofDOmnnD ?nl wih aosirefeeuidtbet.wabonrr ea ,fill. td 1AR the atreeee :"ih .abon'. of ,,be e.trf.. -I -oedaaq-beaviuCnol Hai Rqall Higbnee. ma i3333ha theatre east night,.. Toere woo a lareg audience of fiet·ngbter. i the Opera O.l qpoe gone Mnr Bernhard B.eDe'rn the sb ,ao "3'uuebtolngine jite1, "Ariaoe," adiareatiet. Lue til . '61, Km' Camnpbell P s., 7:""Wo ini FnI l Wddmodk."k .'Me: Princeoti Wales rw k raeb V -oaj't brx v r shOotke, ant e41, and she a or c-iefOIarrde '5t InShe orchaetb.raarai below ! We eeaJO.tlcM'OCar~hyaOd."Fh4 d.erher. L dy Colin..Oaopbelf, H.l'mnuodYatea, Sand oilte zsL bs T neweppera ootl it ac brtllmot a f inr rgot nd'ratas was ever .ern If London. 10W Tba pla? aarttd with i", long converge Rc'bt3fO£i,' iot eded to describe she miserable' home is which the disriposablh., fatr.;eth .wodea.b bombasd; r. yd...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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A Ludlerous Duel. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 April 1888

The hellonwig sattasr'inayatnors t pub lished in the Parls "Figaro:- Two indi ciduals, who wnt-nut to fiht a dust on Tuesdaynwqn the~~ lots du Bocoloue doss to th ba Esrribf~' wets th victims @1 a rathst'.atsaus' tnnldsnI. "The couhit wrs to b6with' Otatob 'to bb £esdhy word: of onmwandy the'two sduersarisa;to eichangs *hotiuat tin seof them'washlt iNow, when 'be word weshisba the two' weapona were dischakged;, tht without any appssant ses(ryl and the sesods were sh-loadiag whee a coupln .'f paok~herpsrs 'appeare on the rmu. ach h'ldtug ~by tfeh ois, a'l y!·ouneg 'rasmufiu on5af o'Whdu waee srrltng In is 'baurd. partrde, sad the nther a qulL One cf the representatted "of law and oerder 'thes 'addreused the geiroinbatiuti ml aennunced bhI intealion of puossCntiogtbsm for' illing !omre out of 'seaon.' The doulsts, it is n-rd'es' in say, were aStounded' and lemaoded as epltanatton. ' Thts'u ao corded' 'graciously". eeonah sad wan 'a this' ufoot :-,The ofiaitil, 'weling through the BMe....

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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THE GOLDEN HOPE. A ROMANCE OF THE DEEP. 'I [?] a [?] that [?] not [?] [?] CHAPTER XLV.—THE BURIAL OF THE BABY. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 April 1888

T8$ GOLDEN HOPE.' rma~ DNica'i cs anar **?71, .. Bntee.. *--C BOUR DIO. T !I sew s that s a .;lg , XP.B ae r. a o a a b w la Foruemone was estaing '!ne avi lA atha at b. bas blF hbe ight have tesadden vioes death of abe poe viad isrtre tide etonre that had S .k vilspu of te a si nd myosey h wh ief linge now wear with Laatha hose br wa smuch tbhat he could net think of It gad boo weboly resoibh of ther 'din Saoineeto e of the lo Of sors, he nnderstood her morrow, .1' was noS only tdbl0bm the aeen herel wholly reipon. bis for the hild' dathb h her.sedlese bi of it up" the rs'l-though that ·oneatich a lope miant weil maokeoih us woed a eold longa keep aersmdmee oble cdle-.a child had been her asr oem. paehn for w leeks, bar oly oonoopati, ga itt vsona tof happines to inder the asild aod gathering of gloomy sorrow betiteno by redleetioo of her mental bliond It at einaeed he mraid that ohehad omes hto lon boy as though bei bad been born uijlir ie atal erweetnene of he heart uhe Iniany is...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 April 1888

Esttimating the population or the United Staes at only 50 00.000, enough corn i annually grown to allow each inhabitant at least one buehel per week. This is more bhan enough of corn alone So supply all the food required, but the larger portion i eon sawed by live stook, being thereby on vered inlto meat. The lobsters are growing sosuarceln Call forniani waters that the aommiaioaers ap. pointed by the Dominion Govenm ent recommend that all lobster IAhing be prohiblbited i the Golf of St. Lowrence for thenext three years, save for ia weeks next 'eason, to 'enable the packer. o 'work off their surplus srocLk of ne. ete. euuaAn PLUID viowania Y cralued btelasa a gkael **delve anao epleh l. a 1 eussf at mnes aned s yon at 0s mn eanc. tna tmamly dutes prtesenr. fatle esaplalte, I,. fae dwerdefest ar seola mI qapeedily sremora hssmate add aotolealoa, slaesnaler despoad . nave tries t mPa the sehnath tI a few ulew altec y ep aim As a lation for the mouth It ewec.am saa a ees. ced the Egasm...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Your House. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 April 1888

Your House. Be true to yourself ast start young man, Be rs to yourself and God Ere you build t our houre, mr well the spot, Test s!1 the ground, and build you not On the sand or the shaking sod. Dig, dig the foundation deep young usa, Psant firmly thi onor wail; Let she props be stroang and the roof be high. With an open tunrret toward the sky, Through which heavens dews umay fall. Let this be the room of the sooul, yong ma. When shadows shall herald cares; A chamber with everr a roof of thatch To hinder the light-or door or latch To shut In the spirits prayer I Build slow and eare-tie for life, young man. A life thatb outlives the breath; I For who shall gainsay the holy word? r 'Their works do follow theem.' saith the Lord. STanrein there is no death.' Baold deep, and high, ad broad, young man, As the nedfl csas demands; Let your tile deeds be clear sod bright 'Till you enter your claim to the Lord of Light, For the house not made with hands ILAX.

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A MARVELLOUS DEVELOPMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 April 1888

A iRV IJsl DEVELOlMENT. X ` Bea of enhineers ad mechantolsas Sis eiog resalisd. AS rotary steao engine ;,i baa been sown to he not only psitifbll nt ,ast tilaeig the;. requirenent; at whichiolasel aUliebt e derigers. of" steam. engines nave er.; alwyj, aimred The new engine is compact, econodmica', expansive in Its working, rand orcapable of develop"ving an alcost 'Ialufite a-smojnt of power. This sounds a littleh aesi. ma t ho lt iisober truth. The esngineis he ,, patent of M'eesrs..S!nrgess ?nd Toalsobs.bf oh,v Plcan Iron Works, St. Michael-a - C~olany- and.. is- the Invenstion of Mr. Edwirda Towlson.' The diffioulty s ito ,describe the little wonder, becausehberg l"spiliosty itself, hbowing very little outside s gear,. it will e. suopposed that something Ii o being left unsaid, no matter ho ; fulliand ,ample that daseription may be. Imagine, ,/ then, twro saii ll cylinders with a I ed;' at their f;iernal point if con tt f so if that neither is a complete e:': c i:thin each crmpar...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A LION STORY. H. RIDER HAGGARD, IN "ATLANTA." [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 April 1888

A LION STORY. Hark I what w anda tk' f i i i meatn IB~tm far river~ I mw Harry shiver an k ts lsitt -a He wan plucy oy rrh, bat the rot ofa lin ford tinarea time it ikon~ bush veldt at night is apt to @ hW aerves of aty lead. 'Lass, .ty boy' I MW,4 they abbiingd sewn by the rime bshe; but Id'do' this hat" you seed make yourself ueesey. ,We have bsen bhs thbreenights now sad I They we" going to pay al a vbU tshaotll iblak that htey would have done o ibefis hit. Howeve-, we will make up th fire.' 'Here, Pharaoh. do you ask JIM:Jim t some wood beore we go to sleep` *o be oats will be purring round yea biter aeruing.' Pharaoh, a greatbrawny Swad, who bad btee. worksing for m as PilgimBs a uaghed, rose, ad streahbed lmiblf; be calling to Jim-Jim to bring the as mod a reina starred o In the moelight towarde a clamp at sugar-buh where weest tar feel from some dead tamee. He wm e be fellow is his way, was Pharaoh, ad I think that he had ben namd Pharaoh b nose be had a Ugyptaaa ent of esma ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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