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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 April 1888

ACP'nvLT!JRAL NOTES. ab bl msoo wanted in the asrtbmer 6tis. The sautumn ea bavse " yet aesr, .d, a ia . sse_ i :seal eekl - ae..:r revhls baskym , Lstt 'ear the hr6i.he1.d oY anlatoin ii eefy is the mas, and ploughlong wars well for wal' by the beginning of AigrU . Water is gting a mearee, and ose, in soe leasnac, have to be driven am niles to hirse dams. The rabbit plage is ree ed to be Ineaslng In many purteel cthe coun. It Is stated that very few ofteh iYlee bavetaken any cotion thie eese iowards spprsetnrg the nlnsanee. asThe seventeenth annal repent of the 4 Natioal Agricultural Society has lst been Iened. Daring the pastl year a sanmnber of I Impnrovements have been efsioted the I ooety's t rounds, involving es aetay of £2,048 7. 10.f, bringing the total expali mr on permanent baolog and woeee a ti abow grounds up to £20,184 Is. The asiee ofEred for sompetis e at the asLt how wore the meeost liberal yet huoed by the society, over £2,500 having been offered is priu money. The ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MARY HOWITT. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 April 1888

A t&BiiHOWITT. - (raoMe -uT"ea tolfsoid fry Nwat.) The announcemest, of the death of the vene ftiMarl Howitt will msiden in the mind 61o may perns mootn iouh iplleotioab 1of the' t alar oileaeant to' recalle , '"ad oull of the chamolat erty associatione-to tIhich they owe:t sir~ fte geqine~lo bf reiirng,,Mer actige eoiacetrpl to q eaozawadvinacd age, embeacad each bard work in joeraiem, end r e tie ongs life the~ Dsofsh, Se ieband Go wbtah of h reersetprae in g ill be f b eubetautlal frnuliy of ee "pMpap the.mmi1 Iilred " RWood Ibightob." grit pulliahed in 1836, her later novel of Welh life, and 'a collection ofammourof'3tieh Quhoees, nat to epek-.a of her uucroetraelatine from the Danith, Swedieb and Geanbyrwhich she war 'maDIIIiolyriotlhndnSl' ;; mapid g known toreader in thie conr ite wror qf Hanehý Chi iisn-iiedeaen, of.. Flrderika Bremean, or, CIarl- God3rthpit4ofbtea Bitd erie Kovenrig. s anIheDoe iovelle. ont it is plaoveain;as at efrp~e! of ebout-alorler dsrao poems ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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THE LADIES' COLUMN. FASHIONS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 April 1888

.1.-L L~UL--. hauSIphoritybass prophested a tlate ieoudiatoai tf the artibs ,oq va1 stylesaf.Ar-ss.that have-bea as. long in vogue, and horianoae thatthis wnter there will be a retinra to the deleloous crumpled w»;uesty chieealityof :Ie sme psf..dms X V. It Is astalo-that the coifures Of the present'as arevery' like thoseof theend of the eightsnth nen'ary. The hair e being dressed qgb& red;bid highoe ea ornaments for. eventag bioj'ree are' being Oro duaod ls agreas variety.:, RBbbo, i crystal, and featheer are "mingled in some ohsrmcig nig.'iettiT for -t-q hair,- re cently shown t' The severely -plain artistiogo.Wnq :is ' admrably taken off in tGilbert and uallivan'so haig r ope of Patience," would seem toihave had their day.I 1'be.good old 'fesali ofh bvigg ;all gwnse,made soD stoIgive itne appearancd of hasg one dreu openingl ovR.,another is ag's n. bfh. n. .h bc;,Therf a s tended cy to elaboraon o draperypand trimming, and:- roloersl "are rampant.:" They are no fongef Jo ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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BRAVE MEN DEPRIVED OF PLUCK. (NEW YORK SUN). [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 April 1888

.rd t o see in hra .a er Cre .u-,LOrK bftI T.e,, wa probbcl , sib o pl; man th w1. ~I 'wrf ·~ c' **'hiI whe a~ratareaaiA onb acrk o toalta doswo'i 1 mVio knw: tha;w t tear Hi. pe onoto ..far a ands hier d.4i hnpeoe of facingoiai~d i a g d<*iger ao. but titer gje a dangers. wh inivrgta mean coan sher p od , bla tro s e 'Tn t1e seat tbii, broaIe ats hia 's' al(Drneto meet p ome of the a' ilerngaon.wireol af Ph. eaeo.rre i o u. I idae red powrentelee to see dteir.snerve node AKOCOS,.1TA MOC:OF OOCODILS. Tbheer I watbbly ro bploehe in tes world wmdte ire tmanealng haerk growe tolargerI peopnetoseand fiercer dispostlon thanr in wbthteti @,B an.al. .acnd ,inths bay ensd :bwhbowe awong.te aat the eroeadileateibta ebb; fall- elm acidbhi, temper fell1 tlp.n5. Whilei wash bnth emaploy of the:Englcha saoi, rviee aIrndla one of-a"ie ideas wokoed oak- wee; foeedier: darosportatiou: -e-Ne restes wrn sreleted -to: sa. "dhanoe,- and 'whcbever -i:.wee possible the rivers acre made ea eof,...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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THE YOUNG FOLKS. A BRAVE GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 April 1888

ATiJATHE YOUNG 7tPth Stj A.B yVE GIRL. i"L ? BrJoimrTO Swa a WNrzu.: i". an " (AMRID."O,D]MO ATA ?TA). !t .'At all. Idma;;ie iaore: 'vhii s ie 'n d "Fsoeho. w; an;r ' a llnow, pit of the execielv and R±A0nvpowering het, one and ani bad td'makl l, .e ai udorable a wea poslblq wisboalt lhbW A't'nies to wh tdpoy bad bech iie'.' For IAz-Sllytpod on t?bail asleevel now; ', ·2 wive of colonel and private sharedallke.the. ork lAIefhiieltig ahd cooking and Iashing, I one iAp mlbllnoiher,, jut aeffoicersand men haid forgotten all deliactlions, and did each (Ol' sirotrk-thathis stte~gth allow?ed. sitandi,' 'a ~thoalder to a:s-older, men' and brotlieg against a common toe.-.. .' :'.. ! Andob,41hat ll iit;,was Over1150 men, beeidee Shel-women Rod ohildren.o; whom theii:weis ilboat 70, cooped up 'm izthree bhoIlingei whithl sany :WOe of'' hei Swould hav declared ;easthap three moa?e' before od ot n ppot~ilblyJtiavp:held a thbi? of hatni'ambiier. Focd was soare RUi of the p-r`t' billey; a',d w'i ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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WANDERINGS IN AS[?]A. A VISIT TO JAVA. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 April 1888

.UERI1NSGIN ASIA., vn Brvst b'Hiroi.'J sdCaomP1a5 rE A VISIT TOJAVA. : p,',iook .je"ýlo lug 'mosht~g Iýt uittenzorn for ihe-fartha tonlt to i t :bIsallway rens, a piaes cleos dll jdjal a.= At the station I me w th, sanuntecedened .experlesqe, The railay ojrk.a Oblnamant made a shisesko 'ofa Bormi against himself I called-b'isattentioa toit but be aeiused to take i' back. I inslted- he was wrlog, and he Inslistedhewas right-a phenomenal honesiy'whoh siondedme..Atlathewof ý ovferbls oaie uialion agtil,. irokeaito asomil of beamlng'gratltode, took the aorin, acidI left the station with the pleasiant feelin that good, honest feiw$ iaroe to be found in every land and of everytioolcur. The rlil. way's it IleaviBoR ertorg .weepsroundda hill above a rorhbig' river, .and In the dla. tance the lofty volcano Salak, like Mount Tanrui, .'""lifts 'its 'head above the clouds.' These saim j #iue!s 'of Nature's, hugeslndergroed workshope stand peace flly"emitting hartnless little puoffs o steami and...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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DEAD MAN'S ROCK. THE FINDING OF THE GREAT RUBY. A ROMANCE BY Q. BOOK II. CHAPTER VI. (CONTINUED). TELLS HOW THE BLACK AND YELLOW FAN SENT A MESSAGE; AND HOW I SAW A FACE IN THE FOG. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 April 1888

DEAL) MAN'S "ROCK. TRE FINDING OF THE GREAT RUBY. A onna a' Q.' BOOB IL 0HAPTER VL (Osavimo). !sra OW MaE as as ND Iramow al 51ST A Hmean ; AND HOW I sAW A ACes t THEa yo0. At frat I thought the meaee mst have reacied me t mistake bet it we very plainly directed to J. Treoweth, E . looked around for the messeger, out toned him gone, ad fill toecaning bthe boxes onet mora eAs before, they were filled with strangers, udaeb btf gths black sadyellow fan we waving toand fro . thlougf the haudthat wieldrd irwas no hand at ill. butrather some noticing machine Ball sthe ownersemalned I mnvisible I heeiuteaed refleted a moment, and; decided that even a fool's errand was I better than endurinig he agony of Tom'. roap tuts. I moe. 'I will be back agai directly,' I eold and thon left him. Sull gpondering on the meaning of this macany.. I made my way down' he paeage natall'eame to the doao of the boxee, ond ? psopped opposite that labelled * Na 7.' As I aid so, ist struck me that this, from its ...

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BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, APRIL 13. Before Messrs. Bent, Crook, Francis, Webster, and Wilson, J's.P. AN ACT OF INDECENCY. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 April 1888

BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. ---0-- FRIDAY, APRIL 13. Before Messra. Bent. Crook, Francis, Webater,ani ,Hilson, J's.P.n =. AN ACT OF INDECENCY. Thos. Tucker. an aged man, was charged by Constable Brennan with having com mitted an act of indecency in a public place on Monday afternoon. Fined 10s, in default 3 days imprisonment. INEBRIATE. Jas. Farnham for being drunk whilst in charge of a horse and dray was fined £1. COW ASTRAY. Everingham nfor allowing his cow to stray on the public streets was fined 5s, with 2s Gd costs. WARRANT OF EJECTMENT. Mr. 8. P. Simmonds applied for a warrant of ejectment against a tenant named Geoiffrey. Application granted. CARELESS DRIVING. Jos. Palmer for driving over the foot path was fined 7s Gd, in default three days' imprisonment. MONETARY. A verdict for the amount with costa was awarded G. Eldred against J. Edmonds for the sum of £22 15s. APPEALS. Out of a long list of appeals that of T. L. Cornwall was confirmed, and those of Mesasrs. Smith and Walcott w...

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CRICKET. BRIGHTON V. NORTH MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 21 April 1888

? ? . CRICKET : ys RI:IRIGIITOi N . 5 SORTI[ 3IELOUtRNEMii'':i: .'lhisn match :.as' concludeddroii Satuni" Sdayllast,'and :resulted :in a win fori- the Ivisitors :byu tw i wickets and 17iruns: The following are the scores::,in; ;s '(": ? s o . "'r3moroN1a -,':=FirsatInningo-. 3.1' T?iner, b Littleoil.;.is :;r.,,:i 1.!. , i,43 ,Stokes, c, Bean E., biCarlton,..:i i 9 Dinn' b Ciarlton . ?. 2 % •Ene?"i ,Ll-.1 ,"- Wi'rdfop 7?:" t - 5'Clarke csub:;blisttle' :. 24 "-B :illantyno,b:Reidld , ,..:idii .I-. ',:5 !C ochrane, c Reidib .0arlton .. • .20 Sspitlh,run .ut 1...~:i .,... .. ",; Robterts,c Smith b Carlton . . 1 Thompson, not out ... ... 2 MSundri? r.. b..ner ... 6 . r. 7\TO TtInOUIIR\ E.-F.ret. nings. li oliedon, b'Stuob:i'if :::fr 47 B ,? B a n,' . ; L b .w . b ',E n e r y li ? i , , . f:' r_ , " 0 - Little, d Thbompson'n b Eneryi;": 1\ Smith not out,, .2:.? .,h ..., . Cooley, st Roberts, b Turner 17 Munro,.c Dunn, b Turner , ..., 'CarltonistRoberits blTurnerA'. . :':65 viJSindries:-:...

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FOOTBALL. DOMAIN V. ARMADALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 21 April 1888

FOOTBALL. -:" ":' 'Doixfiv.~; AmlioA. E.. : r Playd akt Aimnadalo' last' 'Saturday, andl resuilt'ddin a'' iv iffor tho' Doiimini Donviin gai i 9 lolliiids ;"Ai.iiadlo 1 G l"4` lichiiit':" Tho' goaf 'ldiokErs: fdiDbiaiiiivord?`EII. 6dhio ioy 3',"J. Caliender 3, B. C?n?i;5l11 I' 3'Y3iGilli 1, and . I qouglas,1. , Besides theo eal, kickrs Douglas, T. n r unt,, r. TiurnerA dici~ensoi' pllaeda ieTory bI I I?i tortejfuil -tliio th M6.ellonrne agent for Shaw, Shrewvsbery adl il white s IEnglish teni of: foot bailersn ls 'onsente'd to a intcirl between tWinand tnex iepiesentfati Tes "ofrhon, S iid ' Umi , ernsty 'lho 'msaL thin citnýyo - :season.o' Th n matcli, which wmll tato Ioi plac i 1Melbfonrn e gille plraycd' under Rluegby rules. Tu T exibition shouPr` Roberwell -, e," ,* t r; L . ?onr , t?" I e t -ey 'reid patronise^M y all lovers oTrtnr r game I ,r-;, m r .ý,r t;"""rn;? i it,; ý-,) tx-# ,#tii : ,'lite n3righr!tone ,l0opon ,tho; season this ft'ernoon with ai nmi'tchf.L.. tuventyýg:ai...

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CAULFIELD POLICE COURT. MONDAY APRIL 16. Before Messrs Watts, Holland, Mirams and Maxwell J's.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 21 April 1888

- CAULFIELODPOLICE COUR T. BeforeffisWriiCi' ittg:' l Ii nfd Mirn'is ri: ?iiHfahdl iMxwellJ'B.P " A.EO'r0 -MOTIiEiD OOSTOR: ":''' W. Taylor was charged by the police with iuakinuse of fiout:-laugulage at lte RIosatown Hotel on tho,e h inst. r -Chas:ilSirinitlh^Oic'did'A'o 'l~(f-.'tlo0 'oas. Jownv hotel'deposedl-th'blioni' fhie diay"in luestiosn onocusciied:isited liis liotol.:hd creatcdadisturbance; naudcalso-mado! usie 'f'fost"fi'hllvrhand disguting 'language. JTo was fined £5 or undergo a month in durancasmile;1th .1 . ? '-1, a T .:1. . , INSULTINGBEirApIO.R. -,.irt'|" .iT? Mcaaraii was .charged biy.onstable W<)toddritlj. iiisiltii'- biehivi urj atlni *Elstoricdik'iothdl' Thod"ofl eswas fully proved and prisoner wlio 'il'padedd'drdi'ik ennessicas aniexcuso w;ass'ncined:li'ith' 4 osA sin ,dfaultJ;days. ifi1 h- irt t r a" ' A SaSPriCTEDjr iCKPOQKRT.iThi 'ift ) D. Ward was?.charged ,by ,Sorgaut di.wacy with'bo in apublic place aind behaving in Euchl a. mianner as td led to...

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THE GREATEST BLESSING. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 21 April 1888

TITHE GREATEST BLESSING. A simple, pure and harmless remedy, that cures every time, and prevents disease by keeping the blood pure, stomach regular, kidneys and liver active, is the greatest blessing ever confcerrcd upon man. Dr Soule's American Hop Bitters is that remedy, and its proprietors are being blessed by thousands who have been saved and cured by it. Will yon try it ? Seec another column. "Eagle." W None genuine without a bunch of Hops on the white label, and Dr. Soule's name blown in the bottle. BEWARE of all the vile poisonous staff made to imitate the above.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 21 April 1888

YANDELL'S EXTRACT of DAPHNE Meizer. eon with Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla will cure affections of the Blood, Ecxema Pim. ples, Ulcers, etc. J. G. Yandell, Consult ing Herbalist, 32 Chapel street Prahran, Consultation Free.-(Advt.) Late Advertisements E LBERKER & KILBURN. F.R.I.B.A., invite TENDERS until 1st May for additional rooms to Protestant Hall, Chel tenham. Plans and specifications can be seen at their offices, 14 Market Buildings, Collins Street West. ELLERKER & :KILBURN. F.B.B.B., Architects, invite TENDERS until 1st May for erection of Mechanics' Institute and Free Library, Cheltenham. Plans and specifications can be seen af their offices, 14 Market Buildings, Collinse Street West. LT OST,-A PUG DOG with nitklel sver collar on. Finder rewardt" Apply J. H. Teague, Norwood, Misld Brighton,

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BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, APRIL 14. Before Thos. Wilson, Esq., J.P. A STABBING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 21 April 1888

BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, 'APRIL" 14. Before Thoe. Wilson, Esq., J.P. A STABBING CASE. John Rutherford, a disreputable look ing young fellow, was charged by Con stable Patterson uith maliciously wound. ing and inflicting grevious bodily harm on a man named William Hamilton. From the evidence adduced it transpir ed that Rutherford and Hamilton, who were boon companions, along with a num ber of such like elk, had a drinking bout on Fri lay evening, at the Devonshire Hotel, when during their revellry a dispute rose. The acelsed closed on Hamilton, he at the time having an open knife in his hand, with which it was stated he in flicted the wounds on Hamiltons head and shoulders. -Hamilton screamed out "Oh I'm stabbed," upon this some of the drinking crew separated the oombatants, and despatched a messenger for the con stable, who, on arriving on the scene of the malee took Rutherford to the lockup. The wounded man, Hamiltonwas convey ed to Dr Backhouse, who attended to him and dre...

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THE LEADER. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1888. E GHT HOURS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 21 April 1888

THE LEADER. U rnCE To ALL SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1888. E GHT HOURS DAY. SCRCEL;Y Will the ink have dried on our' pagcs or our suscribers and read ers have, glanced at their contents ere will have been ushered in the thirty ecodnd 'anniversiry of eight hdurs day. It seems but a brief apace of tiine since the agitators of the move ment first went forward with the cry "Eight hours for work, eight hours for play, eight hours for sleep, eight bob a day," but still the time rolls on, and we retrospectively glance over some thirty odd years. Those who year byyearhave witnessed the growth of the eight hours movement, and have either taken part in the pro. cessions or viewed them as they wended their way towards the sports rendezvous have felt themselves carried away with the enthusiasm of the hour, and have fairly concluded that the eight hours division of time must surely be an aid to usher in the grand mellenium that is to come. Perhaps such a division of the twenty four hours as that of eig...

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OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18. Before Messrs. Looker, Irvine and Jordan, J.'sP. INSULTING BEHAVIOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 21 April 1888

OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, -APRIL 18. Before Messrs. Looker, Irvine and Jordan, J.'sP. INSULTING BEHIAVIOUR. W. Hill, a big hulking fellow, said to be a navvy in the employ of Messrs David Munro and Co., was charged by Constable Gray with insulting be haviour on the evening of the 17th inst. The Constable deposed that on the date mentioned, accused came out of the bar of Gibson's hotel, and went along Broadwood-street, in the direc tion of the Forsesters' Arms, when near the premises of the bank, he, in the presence of several ladies and c'hildren, wilfully exposed himtself. Prior to his leaving Gibson's hotel his behaviour became so obstreperous that the landlord had to turn hinl out. He was one of a class of navvies who thought they could comeintothetown ship and do what they like. He was fined £2 or 14 days' imprisonment. D nrT OASES. Verdicts with costs were given Teresea v. Kirkham and. Trail v. Rogers. the amounts being £12 and £18 15s respectively.

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SALES OF PROPERTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 21 April 1888

SALES OF PROPERTIE8. ".resrs. C. J. and T. Ham in con junction with Messrs. Martin and Graham) report a sale of property at lBalaclava, known as the Whitelock Estate, at prices as under :-Balaclava road, £13-5s to £11 10s; Alexander road, £6 5s to £5 1is 7d; Inkerman road, £11 10s to £10 10s, and Empress road, £4 2s to £3 19s Gd. Total of sale, £19.046. . Messrs. Walstab and Son report the sale on last Saturday of 10 allotments inCarpenterand Well streets, Brighton. The prices ranged from £4 to £6 per foot. Total of sale, £1771 10s. Messrs. T, Jaques Martin and Com pany, Limited, report having held a second sale of allotments inathe Beau maris Park Estate, Rickard's Point, Cheltenham, on Saturday, 14th April. An immense concourse of people assembled, and the whole of the lots on the plan were very quickly disposed of at the subjoined prices, viz.: Frontages to Esplanade, sea beach, £7, £5 15s, £3 12s Gd, £3 5s. rront ages 'to Beaumaris road, tram line, £3 5s, £2 10s, £2 Gs, £2 2s 6d...

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ANECDOTES OF JOHN WILKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 21 April 1888

ANECDDOT. O 'JOHN WILKJ?.. . "-Theu bl ant id ese cI Joba W ' has just been published by andDo..ney. ad Downey. THn DUEL WITH LORD TALrOT. Wilkes' foall account of his duel with ord Talbot is given. The rende?vous t"' B ot Heath. Wilke wr ll :--" I la Lord Talbot in an syo ff-otsesont-. - i. aldthat I had injured, thadt h nld l.' him, that he was not used to be iared ?e nsultsd; what did I mean? u~D.d,i n t did I not write 'The North Brithm He would know ; he Insisted on a diree - as-wer; her were hs pistols. I replied1 hat he would soo use them, that dilmd' to know by what right his lordship oell. bbned me abot a paperwhioh did not' her ine. . . . His lordship insisted o inishing the affair immediately. I told him that I should very soon be ready, that I did not mean to quit him, but would absolutely irst settle some important business. Afteg the waiter had brought, pn, nk, and paper, I proposed that thedoor of the moommg e looked, and not opened?ntil our busbnsue wae decided. Lord...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RAILWAY MEETING AT CHELTENHAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 21 April 1888

RAILWAY MEETING AT CHELTEN S - HAM. A iar-ely,_i; ttnded important and fairly representative meeting of the ratepayerer-of the--Shire of Moorabbin was held ont; Thursday evening in the new Public'Hall, Cheltenham;' for the purpose "of considering the best steps to be taken for connecting the Mor dialloc. and Gippsland lines- of rail way. The lion. Thos. Bent M.L.A, as the president of the shire and convener of the meeting, occupied the chair, and after reading the announcement ad vertising the meeting called upon Thos. Attenhorough J.P., who said he rose to imove "That this public tiieeting use its'! tmost: endeavours to securi alitne of railway from Sandring Lane to D);ilnenong via Cheltenham, l)inghy, Ha'thertoni and Helmsford." In speaking tothe'finotion he said this route hald b eii" proposed long before the meeting had taken place at Men tone at which it had been decided that the route sia-that place was the proper one. 'Ille'li.tlled ihat in the con struction of ,line of railw...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 21 April 1888

AGItlUULTUOIIL NOTES. Aeabr.cane has bean ueseslal gowa n verar earn ---- m.ny pers of the colony.: dneibig sheb lhit: seame., and it is slowly snd-seresly inceasing in fSvesrwiti, t ih-frmere, omany rof whom haiv hitherto regarned it as aleogethe uaiititable to this locality, and quite devoid of any economic value in the ordioary way of iculture. Mr. James Daffy, a farmer residing in Naringsaningslook,' is honest eno-oh to admit that he has been induced to cultivate the crop throuah reading so much abot it in the nwepapen. Last year he de ?armined to devote two acres to a trial orop. Apordingly heprocured some seed from er John Weet, n4o rocpna, and after eubmoilinu newground to a depth of 12l., hbe sowed it downontbhe 20th Bfsptember. At the tite the weather was all that could be desired, beit gwrm and moist, consequontly the seed germinated quitcly. and made rapid growth. In thei Itter parsof December the crop: stood about: f5t high, and was not yet matured. Some of the ca .ea we...

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