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Fedders for Dairy Cattle Compared. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 21 April 1888

NIger cmr Daro f Cates Cemsere. Aemodinu -.to ezpzimaente at the Iowa tdhural College,' thr e aive velue of Si food. for tbhepiodootioof milk are mfallouu - Poaos per 1006-To. Timoty *, .. .:: 6 Twhea., ' a Wheat bran;·9 QM a .ý `:. .,; 6b aoeidb aj.' 1955 ,-i ..::. ...h i"` A [) V S S

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DRIVEN MAD BY BIRDS. (LESLIE'S BUDGET). [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 21 April 1888

DRIVEN M1AD BY BIRDS. (rmrsu's sUDGLT). .I never se one of those birds,' said a retired American naval officer, pointing to a large paeguin in a museum collection. ' but what I m reminded of one of the most ismal and curious xpeisances of my whole d life. It'. an innocens-looking creaturen-n ispge to speak of, stupid. and' esily knocked over; but, if you will believea me, I have seen me n driven stark staruing mad by them, and paty ofbl seam nearly kiled.' 'It is uifult to imagine such a thing,' said his .ompsaion. ' and I should like to hear the ul When I was a midehipmas,' r---mom e the .office, 'I was ssigned to a convoyo the South Atlantic Squadron that we orderd to aroup of small islands, then newly di ered, that lay off the coast of Africa, a a 1,200 miles o so from the Cape if Gcod ope. It was supposed that England was abon t claim them, and it wa suggeted by the Navy Department that we look the matter up, and i the piece wee valuable as a d coaling station, or coull be of an...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ABSTRACT OF AUCTION SALES. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 21 April 1888

ABSTRACT OF AU CTIO; SAL.S, T(ls DAY. Messrs. Munro and aillicu.--22 mnag nificent sites and a commodious brick villa near the Ilawksburn railway station. Messrs. Grigg and Kinmberley, choice business and villa sitcs in Centre i'ark, near Middle Brighton railwny station.

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 21 April 1888

" tad a rsml emod ... yes o. diamý qiuh..e I SS M _d 1. N Iu m'ieU ear ;iai&..mibNupIW VW.. r -me ~ t IL s A ppleza d~uliy om s. DUNTONNI EANUSOA b the but ap~slamm.didae far a 0M. sad I bkf mm a rdly by tbhm. Iw Gass .. Whoakm hiamed al hthestimuiU to wrdcb obwhi as sobjeth. For Momses ad thiud worm f sedblams hs p0,50 taslosJcbls. It tsr DUN. ST0NE' UANONA. 01 c.B abaome ella. sad Is' seboths-[ so. L. Stevenson & Sons Limited; Omaindng the bosts « 1. O!DV3EUON sad IONS, INeelld G1es! 14 FMImiem Lams East, MslrlaaO.; Iaerpuute ad mis YOmd a50asU obS " s:: I DIBt cd O !OQlil kol v:: . .; the Ha. C. N. Jam.e. 11.C.; the N.werd ea0st; J. Hood Mobsts >b, .l mnssySMed Ieeiittoa ikt oMsdloary bmmsu. wtN bapra:., 1NN °llto, AL CLAN ci IIMINCE ;" *03305 dor tar UiNG or SU LLU . Yhe mm.ay e. r opae to n ,. ds s 1t LO. U!313NS03 _____s lude_, _ . iii CLOwa VIOI01lt.II YUIUAL Lvs 011103. !33Z3-.THIQUAX!333 CF A KIUO ALEXal. 15.YOUNO; tamsm =.' pI_ Et3 BUILDNQ *001005 10 011...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WIT AND HUMOUR. NOT A BIT FUNNY! [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 21 April 1888

WIT AND ,HUMOUR tNOT A BIT TUNNY ! . No; btr s Imad! : What ? that ? mwmItie w sh do1Me in htwnt Minue without rubbin. Beeotht eve, rin thebm?od ooiS "lothn koulo wiat a The Victorian op end Candle Co., Gedolo.

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEXT THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 21 April 1888

I E ETHURSDA . Messri. C..[. and T alnm.-At t1 ckroomwy threec bric shopshalioi in s rodttige a3 s,!~'~~·'~~!~'i~rto., :p ~ ''ce '"' 'I ' ...~

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

FRPItAiMENTS OF FUN. Ica cream: Skating. Cur and dried: BHy. A rTrONaHOLD: The bull.dog'e. A WIN instrument : The weather vane. 'IN a bad box: The man who tries to whip John L. Sullivan A PerZ says the hbat remedy for hypo' choadria i hard work' We tbink o too, provided the other man doesn't charge too much for doing it - W a seamstress is uked how.bshe is getting on, she should reply. ' Oh, sew-rew.' A little humnour, if it is good, like this, will enliven the dreariest lives. ABTis art; but the elderly stage lady who is taken for a juvenile is much more pleased thsan the young one whose representation of an old womn is equelly deceiving. 'IF yo use my mixture onoea,'sid apatent medicine ma 'I'm sure you will never use any other.' No.' was the reply, 'I don't mppse I ever would.' NOT bad for a professional drunkard: 'Why will you make such a beast of yourself 'To drown my cares.' 'And you succeed? 'No; unfortunately they know how to swim.' 'War Is it,' asked a men of a fruit dealer...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEXT TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 21 April 1888

NEXT TUEMDAY. Messrs. Munro aud lBa.illicn =.t their rooms, property it Middle" Brighton, Coaul field and Armadale.

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE EIGHT HOURS DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 21 April 1888

THE EIIHT HOERS' DEMONSTRA TION. -o The annual demnonstration of. the trade societies, which is to take place today, to celebrate the 32nd anniver sary of the introduction of the eight hours system of labour in this colony, promiises to be as largely atterided as any, of its predecessors, and, should the weather continue fine, to be as great a? success. The day has been proclaimed a public holiday by the Government and nearly all the factories, foundries,' and other places of business in which mechanics and labourers are employed will be closed during Saturday. Bunt ing will be lavishly displayed at the Trades-hall, and on many of the build. iugs in the city now in course of erec tion; to specially mark the celenrition of this great holiday, of the working classes. The procession' of the menm bhers. of the various unions, which will be" the principal fea'ure i itthe demoni stration, will be formed in I)rummond street, on the occasion, owing to the Carlton tramcars now, running along...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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A Terrible Petroleum Well. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 21 April 1888

A Terrible Petrleum Well. The Ruesian paper "Casplan'? give the following inteeisingt detail of one of the largest'naspptha fountains yet known, trklh has lately broken oiit.naaz Baku. and which threatens to inundate ?ll. Balakhban The naphths, owing to the pressure of the gasi which accompany it,. ries to a height of 280ft, to 420ft., and I. carried away by the irad to agrest distane, fallioglike finerain at the more distant parts of the district, but near thefountain comingdownietorreaseshat form rivers and streamlets. Further on it falls like sleet, and settles in a layer on all the buildings in the neighbourhood. These naphtha rivers flow for a distance of more than half a mile, and pas through walls, works, reservoirs, inhabited houses, eto. Unfortunately all the reservoirs in the neighbourhood were full when the fountain broke out, and the oil was thus wasted. Owing to the stillness of the atmosphere at one time the gases which accompany the naphths spread in a h.avy layer for...

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 — 21 April 1888

Gnasalers and .aths. Gselies, lavatorte- ad bath th cheapest and best sorment. John n and Son's, 42 (only) Bourke street West. (AnvT.) VICO!IOU LAND COMPANT WIllED COLLINS stREnT Easn Capital. £agO.SS., soksed. £,om000. Paopd, le.,000. eserve lne , ATeO .. lon. . IL. DarIM, M.P. Will?m Bowe. Ng., Jq . . . John Moodle, RSq. Sobegi Inglie, Elq, J.P. INfiREW ALLOWED Ge DE POSl 0 per cent.peranaum for s year Payable heal e .. ., 1 t month5 o .J. FREZHOLD PROP ERTIES In Melbourne and Subu.be PUSCHASED. MANSION ITESI and ALLOTMES?S Fer SALE In all the Leading Sabuerb JAMES S. MEUCSI. Meager, awnaow weeue. seaety. TEN ESuae sA?usuY LIMIoT ad A. ENT uabseeitbed . 1_ _S147 eas lve and sod Undivided Pestle, 5121,12 le Od. DIREOTORS : JohnBeen, esq., hairman; oo. James Blfour, M.L.?. Vloe-chsilrsn; F M. Godfrey, eq; N. 8PKCIALLY EMPOWERED to sad s Egxecutor, Tetee.'of Attorney nder Power, and to obtain adm-nlstradon as nominee of Ascutoe or next of LONDON AGENTS Meors.Sladen and Wing, No.1 Del...

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LADY RAILWAY TRAVELLERS. (DAILY TELEGRAPH) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 21 April 1888

LADY RAILWAY TR&VELLrEB8. I There a story of an Amerloanormetl a.homne disposition, who cae undertook ai journey to Baltimorei to visit a fried who I war a denizen of the Monumental City. - He returned enchanted by the tcreption with i which be had met in the capital of the | beautiful state of Maryland. Warmly did i he praise the terrepin and the venison steos of which he had'partaken; but in I particular was his enthubsiasn aroused by a that historical Maryland dainty, the canvas. I back dock, an aquatiO bird which derive its I delicate and delicious flavour from the wild i celery on which it feeds, chiefly 'on the I shores of Chesapeake Bay. So deeply wsa he impressed with the gastronoino vrtes of the bird, which It is aid only needs to fly I through a hot kitchen to be sufficiently I cooked, that he determined to try whether he a could not "raise" canvar-backs on his own a farm li the State of Maine. A year after- e wards his friend from Baltimore returned t his visit, a...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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TOMATOES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 21 April 1888

TOMATOES. ToMATO UAUCE.--Tak 91b. of tomatoes" sprinkle them with salt, and let them remain for two days. Boll them until the skin. eprate from them ly. Then pulp them through colande, leaving the kin behind. To the pulp add 4oz of ehallote, chopped fine, one orachm of cayenne pepper, two of ground white pepper, two of pated nutmegs, half an ounce of mixed epics, and half an ounce of ground' ginger ; bol the whole welt together for two hours ; then add 6Oar of etrong acetic sod, and thregquarter. of a pit of shry. Cool, bottle, and cork very dtightly. TOMATO SAuaD.-Cut some mall tomatoes Into elice. Take out the core end pipe. Plac them In a alad bowl r ubbed with a pleae of gallc, and ress them In the ordl. nary wa with oil and vinegaru. Pobtos out in slioe and altte ohopped pare ycan be nixed with timen, Toxarons GarmLx.-Tomatoes thoold be grilled whole and not out open. Grill them ovet a clear fire, and moistem them oocs. sdonaUly with vtey litledrippla or hbutter. Grlledf toetat...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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A VICE OF FASHIONBLE LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 21 April 1888

A VICE O? FASHIONABLE LADIES. In a new French medical work on "Venoms and Poisons." by Emeritur Professor Constance, of the Paris school of naval medlllne, some interetling' tatements are made about the extent to which opoum, morphia, and ether are used as stimulants by English ladies of high social position. For instance, he cays :-"At the present day poisoning by ether has won over high oc-ety in England ; and on the days of high life at Regent Park or at Hyde Park, the turf al sometimes scattered with little phials of ether thrown away from the carriaga of the ladies who have emptied them." Another intereating anecdote is the followine :-" In one of the most ravishing aites of Brittany lived a woman whom the hazards of a romantic existence had placed: In a high place of fortune. Thank. to the adoration of a foreign prince-an adoration justified, by the way, by her extraordmnary talents and charms-the power of gold was at her discretion,' and all that it can give in the way of com...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DIETETIC USES OF KEPLER MALT EXTRACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 21 April 1888

DIETETIC USES OF KEPLER MALT EXTRACT. "Malt Extract is a delicious food." Theb ea.oo ware in which it ma hbe, given arer mantfold : 1. As a sweetener and digestive of gruse It may be ued also to sweeten lemonade;. apple sauce, ooffeei tea, chocolate, etc.' 2. As a safe and nutritious dju-nct tootuer " toods; it is especially suited for infants atthe age when something is needed with .their milk. 3. As a valuable diastatic agent in dyspeptic conditions, particularly these connected with. imperfect digeation of starch. 4. Iniced cratred water, as se~:::tr, it formi. a richly diastatic "sweet wort"-a most. delicious beverage for those suffering from. fever, gastric ulcer, gastric cotatrh, or the dyspeptic disorders of p]:thisi.. In in. flammatory states it is a bland, nutrition. drink. A little of it may also be given with plain or peptonised milk, as often as'every forty minutes, in case of severe illness. 5. Children often eat malt extract as readily as rugar. Spread on their bread t...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A SEA CAPTAIN'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 21 April 1888

A Sas ~CAT fSLJ STORSY, O e thes who tfalow mte aes, !a.tr. he gmseel be es iede nahe b eewe=a d aoneff oand tlmm v·arierte of ollutb they mait, thsespoeres dithiteretttateetb and hialrd ip iatsder to thaeir a rmr. But thao "who o down to the sa in ships" are only hums, andif theel meut se an s?ble to make the udra marinae winos, Time, tri t e rinr of fatewill eenntuall ndio som wak poent isd his u onour thmoawhict to thrut his lance.. .Tales of their- lie: have bes. waven an song and story. fddsle yams have frsi the hor of asy a hbo, and evan made thu pol. of old men beat faster. There is, and alwas will be, a. halo ot romance mroisu diog fet lives of those sho havo kissed the sea-maiden,aod have been wedded to her bosom no loverJe more true, sad no. knight ever Ioulht more sturdily than the. sailor in defence of his love. A shipmaete'a. Ipatience and skill are often brouaht out by, vivieitudres which may happen eitheratsse, or - I n shore, of which the following from Captain Charl...

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A LITTLE 160LB. HERCULES WITH A NERVE THAT NEVER FAILED. (NEW YORK WEEKLY SUN.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 21 April 1888

' `LITTLE t11eot.WE` ' Et]CULW8; WITH? NERVE THAT NEVER FAILD. . (taw eaKO wEaxrfeursu) Away back in the ltisi I was fiacially latestsed' 1n two or thre Texas eantrprdt with a man named George Sloane. That. was his right name, but in mat localities in Texas he was known only uas ervy George. I have seen a great many stateimentl con-. moihg his adventures in print, buh all more ar lmae exaggerated. Soee of theadventurea which came about while we were sincompeny I will now give to the Pre?s for the first time. Sloane was an Ohio "oy. and I made his scqualntance and chummed with him in the Andersonville prison'pen. We went West together after the war; and at that time he was only twenty-seven years old. He was 5ft. 7in. high, weighed 1G01b., and was the stronngest man I ever saw outside of a pro fesaionusl wreatlesr or cannon-ball tosser. His flesh was io hard that he' could crack a watlnut on his leq. On two or threeocaeiOns I knew him to break the bones in a mana head by a etogle'rip...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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A German local official, or baliff. Scraps. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 21 April 1888

* A Ierman local erclsi. a btls. The French army has just last one of is most scientific officers through the death, a Montpelisr. of bronchitie, of General Perrier. Over £12000 has been subacribed towards the cost of a new French hospital, to be aoreted on a silo in Shafteebuor Avenue. London. Ithae been dicovered that wool saturated with a 10 per cent, soluaion of glyaorin man bear a prolonged beat of 275 dsgrees with oat Injury. During 1887, 8.447 arrests were made in Edinburgh. or 1,240 fewer than during 1886. Of thes 8,447, only twenty-four had recivod a ood education. The peverase Inhers, ing for coa luen mSt heas at gbeen rewarde. by the discovery of beds mean . rather a m ass s Arlcsls-est bon or at.eslt hmavebe? Immersed in a solution of arbonate of potash will not rut for years, even when exposed to damp atmosphere. Promineat women of Paris are sigolng a petition for the uprmalon ar restriction of impure lieratnra. and .a League et Public 1oals ha been formed. Gamblers as ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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THE BROWN DWARF OF RUGEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 21 April 1888

TEE BROWN DWARF OF BUGEN. Bt Jon, Ganur NF --I WarMa 1 'STr. NIcaoLAr.' hge hint of this balled is found in Arndt's "Mrcheo.' Berli,181. 1816. My o reader. wh?lam?ing at the absurd' superstio. will ds well to memseber that bad companionship ad sal l habit,? dtes.., sa passions are r to be dreaded dnow than the Elves and ella who frightened the children of past ?he pleasnt isle of Riigen looks the Baltic water o'er, -e tho elhver-andad beache of the Pome :rmaeemn shoe; La liah towa of Rambin a little boy and maid IIMhtd the meadow flowers together and in 'e'see earl payed. tli?were they in beauty. if not in thei a teshe lsp anthtboeathem eles ' ?shUed we , he. . Wowr at1 $b4 Itis of Ripan was full of Dwafs and Troll Uh uibar-fiad little Earthmen. the people 'wrileat eosle; £ das a e. woman in RaBm 's Walkins is atr and souethl, a Troll was S-*amo.ed a l aie. o li da oati.. Sellled away aonuthe hunted Ninae lle, whrs the abhesad gsblieeplay. Thit da.y in bacley-feilde below; fe Gar rs...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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THE STORY OF ONE OF HER VICTIMS. ("PALL MALL GAZETTE," MARCH 6.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 21 April 1888

" THE STORY OF ONE OF HER VIOTiMiB. (° PjAzL maL oaasz`utia ihC .) Tb. ofiidb Gai RuiiW&i air b m muss be uI inc bdegm. 'Thai - - 'Imas iua·p wish mami'·od . ow ha. r~n rbri labs ~~ib CHoibsmh. See u S lehtskm *Uri li~t..e. WMaaN 4.I~W $ub 'sib Nr.wts a d 6, bL eav femltois. bet el Nb.arse. a borat tm a weflhea uea o 4mdm ta Caudm Towa Iamt bet a caaliumhlsii am. with ??iol femwes was porehased, The moasyindsk tbeak a hilld aseia on the Roods. aedtor m own sessttio he kept. ar r this n ao:to pr- elh . Misa Bruc bed at this time t hr ?ievt rs a MStolnle, aid ? b had liing with ?r. 'si'M iiid. a eos Kate Mi w who espressted brsel to bee nmelrat's wife. Mise Bre tinfomed out friend the bake that she.wer a ooespondnt 1?t-- "Waelk Dp.lob*." In : a vey hbort time Mise Bries was in" debt with several f the tradesmen in the nesihbourhbood, ;whe when they callded for their accounts were informed that the debts would be paid by a foreign Prince and a baronet, who were frequent visitor...

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