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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 8 October 1887

Special Advertisement. UNPARALELLED SUCCESS? OF TIIE - OISELESS "THE W .ITE . : " " A Thing of Beauty anid a Joy forEer."'. Stainds aeknowledged the Kiing of :all 3Mc 1hines. It is th finest finished nd best mnude M tcline ini the Woild. Tt is' the :Easiest .Workiing, nndbes satisfyig iimachiine oveor produced. Purciasers nev-er fail to recommend it to their'friends.: ' 5000 of thlse Machines are sold every Yea:n.the. Colonies:. We claim general syniinietr; in the con6sthfihti5 f ofdnr Machine; Wood:t WTork, and Stand,. whereiby the same i.,an Ornamental Article of Fur iaitire, as well as a Necessity and Luxmnr of the Iloushold.: The Piublic ackinowlcdge that the '? ITF "- Embroiderer is the most complete inttachment of i kind ever produced,., And being Patentees of the same we reserve its sale exclinsively to the Patrons of the 1VITE." The MIechanism of. this attaclhment ' rich tiat ian operator -vderstand .ig the first principles o .lreading and Treading the Machine can pro duee &...

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And District Record, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 8 October 1887

.. ,CIKUCURClI. SERVICES. Congregational-11 and 7, .,Rev. J. Rickard. Presbyterian-Wilson-street, Rev. D' H. Ballantyne. Cheltenham, 11 and 3 and Mentone, 7 : Rev. R. 3L Fergus. Eisternwick-11 and 7, Rev. J Hay. f Baptist Church B sy-street-11, Rev. W. Jones; 7, the pastor, Rev. S. oward. Salvation Army-11, 3 ands by mem bhers of the Army. . Christian Chapel, Brighton Worship 11 a.in preachini g p7m nMrs. Green Chriro Chapel Chvltenhtm-n Wo ship, 11 a ni' preachin p .m, by: Mr Goodacr. Union Chapel. South B ri nn-After noon Rev 'J: Fik..iu I vetsig'Mi J Chliar?s f En?land Eighteenth- Sun day aftr Trinity St. 4idrew Brigh tin :Unvy cuonmunin, 7.45 a:m;Mat-3 tins uttaty and sermon 1U. a~m Even - ,song aind 'serino , '-7p.m .St Peter's: pm. O.ikleigh-Rev T. H. Rust, 11; Mr .L ioker, £7. East Brighton-Mr Looker, 11; Rev- T. H. Rust, ;7. Mor-. dialloc: Morning,` as usual ; 'Evening, Captain Wright. Cheltenham: Morning, Captain Wright; Evening, Mr. V. Ber lin Simpson. - entone: Morning, R...

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And District Record, The
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Food for the Mind. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 8 October 1887

FoodIfor the iilt . , "Dreams, books,';re.cach a wiorld, and books we know . Are a substantial 'world both pure and good ; Round these, with tendrils. strong as flesh and blood '. Our pastimes and our 'happ'ness will grow." Beforerowe coimence a book it would be well to know somethiig of the author, thus adding so much more of interest and lplea sure. -Acquaint yourself with his life and character, and if possible the iotlives which prompted the writing. Next, look carefully at the title page; then, the preface, which I fancy few ever look at, and in this you will find.often, the key, as it were, to the entire book. The author takes you into his confi dence, tells yo why lie writes, to whom and for whom ; often there are several prefaces ; a new one written upon the issue of a second or third edition, and each]having a certain charm. All this may seem very tedious, but if any one of you will follow this last, I might almost guarantee that it would be continued indefinitely. As the p...

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And District Record, The
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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 8 October 1887

flDiscellaneoue. A Dealer's Testimony.-Uuless you know all about mens' furnishing goods you would be surprised at the contrivances for comfort that are now put on the market. You see that well-dressed man there? Yesa? Well, he is a customer of mine. He has on at this moment, I hope it won't shock your readers, if you try to tell it, silk undergar ments, then a suit of camel's hair, then a chest protector. All thisis before he gets to his tailoring. His beaver overcoat covers a suit of dress goods, through which the wind could no more penetrate than through a stone wall. He can defy the cold, except at the pavement. That is the weak spot of fashion. Both men and women insist on making their feet as small as possible. They have shoes a full size too small for them,and wear the thinnest silk hosiery in winter, when they should have lamb's wool or merino. The men make up for their careless ness somewhat by wearing shoes with cork soles, but the fashionable woman is con stantly in danger...

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And District Record, The
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Health. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 8 October 1887

bealtb. Health and Rosy Cheeks' md e ,ýl ... Australian beauty is robust and active, with' roses in her checks. Her form is developed be athletic culture. Many wealthy homes have their private gymnasiums where the daughters of the house may preserve health, gain muscle, and have a jolly good time all at once. "I can tell by a lady's attitude alone, whether she is an adept at gymnasium work or calisthenics,"Said an observing gentleman, who is an enthusiast on the subject. "When you see a lady stand on both feet, with her shoulders back and her head erect, you may be sure she has acquired it by what, if it were not so interesting, would be called hard work; and it is worth years added to her life, to say nothing of the banishment of headaches and all those ills which come from inactivity and acquired indolence. It lis natural for a woman to lean against some object-a chair, a piano,or even a man if nothing is handy. Generations of tight lacing and bad shoes have left their mark in thi...

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And District Record, The
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CHELTENHAM POLICE COURT WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5. Before Mr Hare, P.M., and Messrs Brown, Attenborough and Ward, J's.P. WANDERING CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 8 October 1887

hW EDNESDAY ,ICTOER 5." JIefore ir iHare, P.3f., and Messrs 1 tron, Attcnborongh anmi iWard, J:s.,li.i IWANDi rIG;.s CAtrLIE ' Walter Mlanders itd John MQ'neaen -charged sitll ailowinag their horses to stray -on the public streets were lined "s 'H1 each 'with 3s ld lco:ts; and Mrs 'Jones . Col lier and'los .1ack for -a similar ozffence 'were fined 2s ld each with s Gd co?t ': I\SULTIN'G ` HAijIOI.A ' Ot T George Tlolsonwas hheiarged- bd- Senior .const:ible Cowani with 'in?althing icharionr -on Monday evening" last ?duri'g a coniert heigi helld'in the Protestint Hallt' Senior-constable Cowan deposed that the' nccnsed swas imaking interjections dliring Ithe iperformn:nce, and. althongh renton -strated with refused to desist.' lir fUare: What was the ,ature of the interjections. Was he. speaking ont ap p]rovinglr or disapprovingly of the singers' Witness: I could not sa. what were. the -words he made use of. Mr Ward: I suppos he paid for admis c was njoyin himself dnring:the .even:ng. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 8 October 1887

Colleges and Schools. "FINIS CORONAT Opus." BRIGHTON LADIES' COLLEGE . . ("Ellesmere,'? ST. ANDREW STREET; Near the Town Hall P. IiCrrAL: MRS. J. HAINES, (Late of Clifton Hill Ladies' College), Wor several years teacher under the Board of Education,: Assisted by MISS A. E. COX. English Literature and Mathematics,, S. GRENFELL, BA., 'L.LB. French and German, . HERR OTTO UJLLER: - . Drawing and Painting, J. F. JONES, EsQ.. Pianoforte, T. J. H-AMMOND, ESQ., Miss BURKITT, R.A.M., MRs. ORR, and,: . Miss A. E."COX Calisthenics, MISSES DICK and MOON. 'Resident Governess: MISS A, E. COX. TERMS (Payable in advance)- ' Day Pupils: English(as below), also Languanges One and half to Four Guineas per Term Resident Pupils (nuIder 12 years): English (as below), also Languages, Music, and Painting -. : Twelve Guineas per:Term Resident Pupils (over 12 years) :' English (as below). also. Languages, Music, and Painting Fifteen Guineas per Term ENGLISH in its varions branches 'corn prises Reading, Writ...

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Good Stories. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 8 October 1887

ýoob storie.s A Budget of Famous Jokes:Z George Colman, the younger, being asked if helknew Theodore Hook, replied. " 'rtninly ;` Hook and eye are old associatia... tý;,rin. the last I illness of Colman, the doutor, being late in an < :ippointment, apologised to his pitient,saying t that he had been called in to see a man who i had fallen down a well. ".Did he kick the a bucket, doctor?" groaned out poor George, Theodore Hook, on presenting:himself for matriculation at Oxford, was asked, accord- . ing to the form at that time de rgruftsr; whether he were willing to subscribe to the '?hirty-nine articles. He replied with alec- 1 rity, "Certainly; forty, if you please." An illiterate vendor of beer wrote over his door , at Harrowgate, "Bear sold here." lie spells 1 the word quite correctly,"' said Theodore 4 Hook, "if he means to apprise us that the article is his own bruin." Mathews being 1 asked what he was going to do with his son (the young man's profession being that o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 8 October 1887

CtAiaitil.erCIu *I aa= of .~ ila authorised Caipitol ..". ^ý:ý2'p 10,110 ti'rbacribd Capital ...C.. 'i.'ii"i') CO.000' 1aiZd lU1). A 1 ... ... 1,000,000 iieserrec Fund Y .. -b70,0010: "gi:AD~a Oi fcF7=korcOL~b' L'I's' sT 81 W: ;o. 3OEe O1 tE. ;he r~"c ýi,,QJt ton ion Of ce-11 -hnpr.ee ` St. Witlaiu, ;corner tf Lcdcnhdnlm-ftrect,,E.C). Corner Bt -& Codcbrriine Streets. : 'ii t ere st allo wc d in cd l- RIx D E PO SITS == highest Ercrt lt^ps -.fASTSlT~ en I ondlon o., e, 1a sand -'ý' ý:g "eiiýCs of tlie,eIA.V'z~eaI5 .ýlt- ,tpQweýýl:; ~~rThc'rfnaeec' nd~d...a ai`,a-ý'ý"_ýiesC'1 oll~iude ýý, TU STRALEA NI CHIARTREO (Incorporaited h 1 or-ilrcLter43 1 P'aid up Capital with power to increase to -r 1 .I00 00 .. . .. . 70.000 IRecene Liahtltrofi hareidredoiders-"!"0,000 leCserrC fn d ... _ ._ "_O0,0000 Elstcrnc viejk-1runý1i L LEN .1I.L;.NT2T"LY, ROAD_ (\ ear. Uaiiu.. npati on.) Interest nlloweT oni'i-t;,'ixledaosiisl att. H1''liast "hat es.) D r: fts isstOed ('P . to- 'ondon ofirice...

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Traveller. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 8 October 1887

Visit to a Cuban Sugar Plantation.' After a few moments' converse, by the invi tation of Senor lloderiquez, we aroseand fol lowed him over the plantation. Thatseason's crop had all been harvested and sent away, and the huge crusher, mammoth tanks, and the powerful engine were lying idle, butout side of the buildings in which the machinery' was placed, the work of planting was going on quite briskly. A string of miniature carts, each drawn by a single bullock which was driven by a negro, backed up in turn to a large pile of matasse (whioh is the :refuse of the cane after it has passed through'-the' crusher), and after loading about as much as a good strong white man could carry ;on the tines of a pitchfork, dragged it lazily oil to where other negroes were scraping out long drills in the rich, mellowusoil. In these trenches the drivers of the carts sgrinkled their load and returned for more:.: The matasse formsexcellentmanure, and is very strength ening to theland. In 'ne corner of t...

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THE LOCAL GAS COMPANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 8 October 1887

THE LO(AL GAS COMIPANIES. A oi itiicir since we were in a pOSitioil to make an annuouncllclnt tliht doubtless .took some f -.our raiders by:surprise to the effect that the local gas companies weire about to unite. WVe are now dable to give the basis of agreemeit: The shares iii the old comp;any are to b taken at a -valuation of 28s. eich. These are now paid up to 1s ; iSs. more will be called up, making 20s. per. share paid up after which all shares will le equial. The basis of agreement. only awn its the ratification of the sha;ire holders to complete the amalganma tion.-- Now. providing the price of gas is maintainei d as at present, and a furither reduction made wh?ten the prospects of the re-npany willpermit, the pubHio will have have o no eed to complain ob-er the airrangeent. ?As amallgam'tltionl should lessen the cost of prodiuction thlereoiught inot to lbe a:ny reveirsion to the old high chargel , inld probably there- will not--at th same tunr'we shall doiildl'essle sp-. `hl...

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A LESSON IN FRACTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 8 October 1887

A LESSON INq F$AcTIONS. It was such a blow to me, such a bitter, over whelming blow I I had been so comfortabkl and happy since the schoolmaster had hoarded with me. The big front chambes had been so grim and ghostly, always shul up and empty. It was our spare room when dear Charley was alive, but now that I was a widow and poor, it was aneedlessly luxury to keep a guest chamber. None of our old friends cared to visit me now, just when I most needed them. But when Mr. Slade took the room Ididn't grieve about the loss of friends. It seemed odd to have, money for the guest chamber, but the way I was situated reconciled me to the thought very speedily.indeed. Then when my boy Charleygot into that scrape at school I should have'died if it had been anybody but Mr. Slade. "Madam,'" the said, "your boy is mis chievous-very mischievous." "Yes, sir," I said very meekly. "And to extend a rope in such a manner that the iinconscious heels of his teacher should be tripped up thereby; 'to fill th...

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A LIFE OF CRIME. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 8 October 1887

A LIFE OF CRIME. Jean Goujon was the son of a1aborer em. ployed in the conservatory of Pere La Chaise, Paris;' Hehad never known-his mother hid had grown up a street gamin. In 1835, as a Jewish funeral was entering thecemetery by Rue St.. Andre, Jean Goujon, then in his fifteenth year, stole a watch from one of .the mourners. He'was captured 'aend sent to prison. In 1838 he was again free and was ready for almost.any crime. He professed to help his father in decorating graves. A wealthy Spaniard named Dinz, had re cently lost his only daughter, and before quitting Paris, lie paid a visit to her rave in Pere la Chaise. Jean Goujon saw him arrang ing for. the decoration of the grave of his child and observed the well-filled poeket book which he carried. He seized a pruning knife and followed the Spaniard until he reached a convenient spot, well shrouded with'foliage. He plunged the deadly weapon into the stomach of the unsuspecting stranger, tore the pocketbook from his vest and decam...

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And District Record, The
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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 8 October 1887

t ITEMS. Owl'sc to the increasing demand for TEli LE DER nuL other requirements, we have been compelled to purchase one of laynle nd Sos fastest whaffdal mil?ies. s3 O? and after next MIonday, tle train ti!ied to leave F rankston at p.mi and lMordialloc at !.2.1 p.m for Melbourne, will leave Frankston ait 1.315 and 'lordialloc at 10 p.m, passing throu nliltheinteriediate stations abont half-au-hour later than noted on former time tables. The train nowi-leaviMn" ordialloe for: .elbourne; odn Sundays at 7.2i p.m w. ill not leave until S.otp i.m: An ndditional train , ilt. also leave Priinces tridge for nulfield at U p.ni, ani start on the return journey at 31.lo ATTrNTION is directedto Mr A. it. 'Dal's reinoval to 17 Gollins-street West, at which address lie may be consulted daily during oflice lionrs. He has also trust niies to lend tt crtent riates:' ir - nAitin.i :sacired concert ?iil bhe held in the Protestant' Hall, Cheltenhainm next Thursday evening, in aid of 'the "funds of the...

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He Had to Wait. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 8 October 1887

Ie ,actn to W ziet. On a railway train the. other day aile.d came into the car with a basket of oranges. An old man, whose wife sat beside him, was very anxious to buy half.a-dozen, but she Waved the boy on with : '" He can't have 'em. : e never eats: one without the juice runs down on his shirt bosomn." "Shod ! but I want two or three, Haner,"' he protested. "You behave yourself You en want to get cramps. and raise a; great: row, don't youl" . - . - The boy soon returned with boxed figs.mnd the old man beckoned to him and began to lick his chops.: ..? P.s right on I"' said the woman to tih boy. " ie hain't eat a fig for thirty year., and I guess he can go thirty more." The boy passed on and returned with pea nuts. The old man .was ready for him. but. the wife protested : "lie can'teat'em. It's been ten years snrce he had a tooth in his head, and he'd have to. swallow.'em whole. No, Reuben, youletpiera nuts alone." Twenty minutes later the boy was back with candy packages in ;which....

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And District Record, The
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CAULFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. (Continued from last week.) THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 8 October 1887

CAULFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. (Continued: from last week.) TH0uist.av, TKiE t i 9t"-i2 Present C:-Crsi Noinr (Presidit HartlesL, n.eUGrifli;, Cotton," Biila, ne, askigi co-operation in opposing thegrint opiB ino ihait ia n icipal concillorsi; wire more eniitlitd to free passes thant were paritamentaty represetntatises, as threy est thegairistun t to thep State g ra?iI i Cei Lane mtovedand lCri 1 illattynel rferred t. in sthe cireular Teir deIr bolipy, f holdi rso ubic in he metii. to the nssemberut as the popiati eit ;r ther "'hir a ocattered the cot i, skiig:1 contented p itself he g'rit. e?prissig i-f ses:iine.t iro torss its srobehaf disapproval i the (MrE - tint), reqii itras decided ito foarthe in teret? of the healtion th residentscil to thbae "m ebers of?a, cte Uppera te drain Houeies for. the di-etic' satin" them . i red frompp the grinti al Bofth s Healt tors, ott behalf *riiir 'cuttt ,(Mr sttt tiny) ?gthiait tg as conniousti'thatine teresti 1could nohealth oe f theresidentsmin ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 8 October 1887

ESTATE AND FINANCE AGENT, an" Ofices M .., .... , ELSTER. ,TWICI . Any of these Tundernientioneid Propitiis c-an be Bought on e;isv Ternss to Suit Pmchdselu ' Arndinale. Anlmurn Crove-W~eath-rlw.ard Villa. f rooms.. Bath, pantry., coppcr and troughs -Asphalt v?rd. Land 33 x 1431. £725. Three minutcs from station. 4090 deposit, balance monthly. " Anbrn Grovc--Brick Villa, S rooms, hath, pantry, copper, troughs, gas, venetian - blinds, electro all, enclosed veranda.h. Land 48 a 138. £1150, terms. Three minutes Anbmrn Grove-Birick Villa. ; rooms, bath pantry, copper, troughs, enclosed verandah. Land 43 ; 1110 to right-of-way. ",hiti). Mount 11tea-ant hon-".B.-1 Cottage. 4 re-ams, bath, pantry, asphalt yard. Land, 20 : 110 to right-of-wavy. :2I0: £25 deposit. halance monthly. Clarcenden-street-W.l. (ott5ge. 4 rooms. - Land 40 a 107. £400: small deposit. Malvecrn-road.-\W.l. Villa, .3 rooms, bath, p:.ntrv, copper, trough. Land, 30 x100. Anbury-street-W.L. Cottage, 3 rooms, bath. Land, 15...

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The Leader. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1887. THE SPEAKERSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 8 October 1887

JUSTICE TO .LL;: SATURmDAY,: OTOBLE S: 1SST7 ~"-- TIlE' SPEAK EIl:SIIIP---- TirE election of Speaker on: 'Tuesday was 'a j-ver) closO thing. Oce nore vote anld"tlio Goveien n utl nldidat wouhld hlave Lhaid to3 at till the Ssweet bye 'aldl hv h 'erc tle could do i the robes `ofolice "rid respond to the'sharp challenge of "Mi Speaker.'. it must excitc supniej that? tie Governlmenlt were only able to get in theiriuionitue3by onie solntarv vote:o Thiis miniilly ccountedt foi!iby they f'ac?th it there are several members whio, by rong service,- parliamenutary experience, auid klnod ledg of pa-il nientary- o proceedii-gs were mL iore eligibie for the oflice. We have nio objection to see yoig miiei co?me to the frollt who lhave specl fitiess for tlie dutis. ,they?hiaveo o pelt?orin; biut we certainly think so inmportant a polsitio Ishoul? o? i t be filied by a conypa'ti no i l dl a plethlor of able. und eligible cadli dates: fromn whiclih to choose .whose kiloilcdg hst hblroidened slowly d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 8 October 1887

Speeli Advertisements. [ESTABLISHED 1853.] HARBISON'S "GO A HEAD" TIMBER YARD, CORNER OF Bay. and Cochrane Streets .: BRIGHTON. Timber, a, Melcourne -:- Prices. THOMAS CRAINE, CAR RIAGE IMANUFACTURER, PRINCESS-BRIDGE, CITY RD., South llelbourne,. Begs to inform his Customers and the P'ublic in General that, having made extensive additions to his Masiifac tory, ]he is now prepared to execute all kinds of work connected with the Carriage ]Building Trade with Dles patch. Country Orders Promptly Attended To. ABBOTT BUGGIES TROTTING WAGGONS A SPECIALTY. [TELEPHOXE 1011.] W. H. HUNT & SON, Opposite the Commercial BSank, Painteris, Paperhangers &~ General DeCioratori BAY STREET, BIIICIITON. BRIllHTON, B B!GBTON .. NEWS AGEN CY SchoolEobk&B StationeryDepo B~Y STREET F. 3ACKIIAM, IIis on Sale: Ledgers,,i Day nd Casi. ?loks, Blot ters, 'ocket Books. 'great' vnariety, Miemo. aid' Order : Books; Writing. Paper andfEnvelopes, School Bdoooks, Exercises;; Slates, Dras ing B...

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MOORABBIN SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY OCTOBER 3. Present:—Crs. Burgess, Comport, Mills, Rennison, Staynor, Sparks, Ward and M'Swain. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 8 October 1887

er÷'"rr .rrr, " f Tr r 'p., .MOOILnABIgN SIIIREf.COU1NCIL.s .MONDAY OCTOBER 3. - Present :-Crs. Burgess, .Comport, Mills, Rennison, Staynor, Sparks, Ward and M'Swain. In the absence of the president, Cr Ward was unanimously voted to the chair. c?ORREsSPONDENCE. `From -the Town Council of Footscray, inviting the cousncil's co-operation ini pro. testni"ig 'agsist the action of the Legisla tive Assembly in granting free passes for life over the railways, to all, n?eners of pariiaiment ,who had held theirl seat fur seven years.-- ,-.;_ ::-.:: Cr Mills. moved that this c ocil atroly pr'otest' asiast athe- prl'ii.'al, and that the members for the.district be re quested to oppose the same:-iyi ,-i This was seconded by Cr 1S Sa 'Cr R:ennison, said, .in.: his ; pinion th numbers of local bodies were sit'e en?-. titled to free passes than parliamentary representatives, as they attended the council meetings ata condideirable, loss of. time and expense to themselves, and 're ceived no remunerat...

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