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THE CHINESE QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 15 October 1887

THE CHINESE QUESTION.   A public meeting to discuss the influx of Chinese into Victoria was held in the Brunswick town hall last Friday evening. About 600 persons were present. Mr S. King the mayor occupied the chair, and said the various suburbs were con- siderably agitated on the question. Mr J. Lacey moved, and Mr Burchett seconded the following resolution:- "That this meeting of ratepayers of   Brunswick, after carefully obsersving the   increasing members and injurious effects of Chinese in this colony, feel it impera- tive on them to protest strongly against the present Chinese Immigration Act, as being altogether incapable of dealing with   the danger, and earnestly appeal to the Ministry to legislate at once and de- cisively on the question, by enacting that naturalisation papers shall no longer be issued to, or accepted from, Chinese and, further that the poll tax be increased to £100." Mr C. H. Pearson, Minister of Public...

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And District Record, The
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novelist. DAYS OF CRIME AND YEARS OF SUFFERING. AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY. Reprinted from "The Australasian" of 1867 by special permission.) CHAPTER XX.—(Continued) [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 15 October 1887

Novelist.   DAYS OF CRIME AND     YEARS OF SUFFERING. AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY. Reprinted from "The Australasian" of 1867 by special permission.) ------♦♦♦------     CHAPTER XX.—(Continued)     "I arrived in London with a younger friend with only a couple of pounds in my pocket. This I knew would go but a very little way, and so I exercised my wits a little to hit upon some expedient for a month or two months' comfortable subsist- ance. In the first place I wanted a resi- dence; secondly, furniture; lastly, eatables. Well, you know enough of me by this time to be well assured that my scruples wouldn't be any great obstacle in obtain- ing these desiderata. I first of all purchased a couple of two shilling stamps, and filled them in to the tune of £150 each, payable in three and two months from date. I also procured a cheque book, from which I tore out several of the cheques, and filled in the butts with various amounts, but all, over £100. ...

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Odds and Ends. An Old-Timer. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 22 October 1887

ob0t) an i n b9. : :?'- . Old-Timer. Ofkten Ithinkin mythsirfm allo.tail. .Ofjti0m?,yhen'y antcjasia bowervoEArld And I danced with the grandmas ofall the ?------ -girl q ...-;..*" .....-.- Ilook on the charms thatf their beauties un fold They seem the saýnedamsels, while I have grown old. I feel like white winter withoat a:: warm Theyvooký like the roses t that blossom iin But winter. my 5i okwith its shiver and Shill, ' Thredi"htlih'wihdow at ? lSowersm thsat blooin W ;ointheiil!;V . ..*i A i t 4 i j nd I rmay asktdilt with riEglets ef jet If she will drice iritl me the nixat minuct t. Lgo to si parties,'veceptidnsfint-nights, I'm a merry old bird in my fainciful flight; • .spring." . , , f , :...^" - I in-y leolelike . th? :?iter. ": ,, : .+,??yold But deep in my headrt dwells thespirit of I know thalt:Ian'hB ol::0 My voice has no'crick, andfmy back:has no And% happy I ý1U it.aJyi Uimd,- and Would trnat me as one pho's as young- as I feel. ;*:';; ' J"'' V ': <,^ - r:-^...

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The Fiery Ordeal. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 22 October 1887

The Fieryc Ordeal. dcu Designs thit were exceeding rarei nd quaint; .; And when she had them done ns she desired, With neatness and dispatch the pots were - fired. - "'Love? i?m.iut a.vis of rcenmnon a. IDsign men s yon will,I Ii humly pIray 1" The maiden fashioned me ns she thought best, And then--wly, I was fired with the:rest - '~J~I~~Z - -.WB~r'¶r i ie

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ST. ANDREW'S BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 22 October 1887

A Bazaer and Bfnceatuction, in aid of the building fund '6fSt. Andrew's Church, Brighto, was opened onr Wednesday afternoon last in the ' Drillrootn" ot withstanding, the very unfavorable state of the weather, there was a very good at tendance at the opening ceremonial. The incumbent of the church, the Rev. S. Taylor, stated that the proceeds of the" bazaar and bruce auction were intended to be devoted towards the liquidation of the debt on the church. He hoped that all who had worked so zealously for the bazaar would be abundantly rewarded by the success of the present undertaking. He then introduced Lady Loch, who said it afforded her great pleasure to be present on the occasion, and trusted the efforts put forth by the ladies would meet with that success which they deserved. She then declared the bazaar open, and the business of the day commenced. One of the most pleasing and attractive features of the opening ceremony was due to a number of the school children ''of St. Andrewa' ...

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Wild Dogs at Wyoming. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 22 October 1887

`.Wild Togs at Wyoinig= Itiis only abohttotiv.o'?yearigo?? that thesedlogs were 'first nioticed:., There:were then only?. few of theiehin, d they seemed to have ino partir citirsr'lrdiongplace. . --Since then.-they h?tv irncrei:?,l 'irgely. i '.Tlieyihard tliaec po'nes-. sion oE.an almost inaecessible clif, rising :from'lo iheatee of the Wild river, arid in'i if have s!;rablisked an extensive burrow. Tihy" rd fierce and pio:erfln, arind unite thielbood 'of the'coinmon cur with the savage strains hnd characteristics of the bulldog and blood Ijoand. They are predatory to a degres,, r nd iotin"getth instinets of the wild bloodrdw.ith the tsained intelligence of the domest,: ire:d. They catch andl devour the very strongest and fattsst calves, and have leit kifiown to chase well-matured yearlingv. They minad an' native amnd ncreasing warfare on the native wolves of the mountains, attack ing and destroying them on all occasions. Tihe well proper flies in terror from' the approach of the d...

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The Leader. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1887. THE BRIGHTON LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 22 October 1887

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22,-1887. TIlE iBRIIITO4N LIBILRY. J Si.,.s0. so0me. peopleo 3:youn cannot. They. were born with .a -go land wvilL.die with a groan; .. What tribles some of thcse gentry, and fills them witl iwha t'Sir G.: Duffy once deseribed as the" black bile of personal ialigty is tie faulty staite" of the Brighton Public Library. Re cently one of the growlers got rid of some of his bile, iin the columns of a local 'paper,'eliciting a very full and satisfaetors reply?e m the president "(Mr Iv ebb.) The-latter stated that " aniple provision is made for the comfort of visitors, in all of the reading-rooms of the institution. The reading-room is spacious and lofty the floor covered with matting, the table with green baize, and the chairs are of a very comfortable character The reading-matter comprises . the daily papers, illustrated papers, maga zines, the reviews, and the whole of the library, consisting of about. 2000 volumes. To those having no desire to read, rational .games a...

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A DECISIVE VICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 22 October 1887

A DECISIVE VICTO@1iR Tue battle for the seat in the Legis lative Council ,for the Southern Pro. vince :has ;beeni short, sharp :andl decisive, resuilting in the return bhy a very substantial majority, of C. H. James, Esq:, and the:crdshing defeat of the Knight of St. Kilda, who loses his deposit of £100. Mr. James will take his seat in the Council, as a successful business man;.: a man who has successfully managed his own affairs,/ nd who, therefore, has .de veloped an unmistakable-capacity for managing the affairs of his country. He is no mere professional. politician mounting the stump, because he has floundered into the gutter over every thing else. Such meni, in many cases, would sell their country for a mess of pottaige, and a very poor mess too. In the return of Mr. James, it is evident that Mr. Stutt and his friends of the L.V.A. are not able to sweep all be fore them as they fondly imagined. Mr. Jemes'is a pronounced opponent of. Sunday trading- a gentleman of unblemished ch...

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HOUSEHOLD. Flying Glassware. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 22 October 1887

In frosty sreatlher our nightcap of speirit shoiilou be ?.iivddle putting.: in: tihe spirits first, thlen ,thi helot ,- a cteri diit y iitoth spirits eil not down' thc' Oidcieotf theintohtletit chili.theiblueii ribbiorn lvlocate should.be. careful'not toput" Iris iced°leniciade -into i' glass broobngthilfrnm ai:n ?'awsr rii pbo;: or? r g Your glass mustard pot, often a thick one, musts never" be "so.iked;in ihobt: od?f'eren moderately wirin \iter. : Your decanters and water bottles should be cleaned inside without hot watier', there' are a ilozen recipes in every honselhold book for th!s without using hot watery. : , A little onsidcration:will-tll l the thoughlit mind; that expansion and contraction of meals-and glass is an metal--shonld not be sudden, but gradual and regular, in all parts alike; Very thin glass does not fly from.hot water often, it being co thin that heat'ex pandi it all at once; consequently it does lnot burst from a part only expanding, or from the thick and the ...

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Poetry. Midnight at Sea. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 22 October 1887

-:a/ t 1.'e! 'itufi at Scca.e a' S;?k iwi4raiirmastsbe'dn;,' ?.J 2by ahip 'els wildly on the tossing deep;. bhy fearess eyes : SRigard the skies, And this broad ri ast; was where athrou h white ciargers leap Seest thou' the foam?" r -b J'iot: -'tI see my home, And ehildren ona white soft couch, -slep, " What seest thou, friend? The tillerFeikl'" T Eou, gapest safelyin thy firmt,' strong grip; Thine eyes are strange, They stein tio range I eyond seai sky and' 'clorinds and struggling ''Beyond the fai." f ": Pilot : -"" .my homone iDr?i .-cottage -.- rves:r.tindl-whic h t' 0 s wallows;.dlai k ., ?li'n1iJ t1 "1? 'lIit serst thou, friend-? Black leu cs:u extend ; '-". Above the deck'. Abans Cthe darkness :ftbq miisnigh_ e } : l :" I sees thuoae shire," An d e-" e ,y-es th.. ." i::h;-G" for. mine" ,and" m~ie.~is.: ta

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 22 October 1887

RIGHTON FREE LIBRARY. OPEN TO THE P.IBLIC DAILY FROM 3 to i and from 7 to 10p.m. -MEMBERB'HIP.-Any person can be come a Member - upon payment of an .annual fee of Twenty Shillings, or a quarterly fee of Five Shillings (in either case in advance) or can become an Asso ciate upon the like payment in advance of ans Annual Fee of Ten - thillings, or a quarterly fee of Three Shillings.. PRIVILEGES.-Each member is en titled to take two volumes at one time fr6m the circulating portion of the library for home perusal, and each assobciate to take one volume at one time for the like purpose. THE READING ROOM is supplied with the newspapers and magazines of the day, and with chess, draughts and back gammon boards: THE MEMBERS' ROOM for conversa tion and smoking, is reserved for members only. THE LADIES' ROOM is supplied with suitable newspapers and periodicals and writing materials for ladies' use only. A HALL and other ROOMSare.avail able for hiring for lodge and other meet - ,- _a-i. ` ing, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 22 October 1887

.. Auctneer Advertise...t. F hl 11U. X73iibi3 ?.,--. .. " '' ii. . , -- . ..- ESTATE AND FINANCE AGENT, 231 CHAPEL ST., WINDSOR. Bran ch Offices-MALVERN & ELSTERNW CK. iOUSES AND LAD FOR SALE ny of zthese 'Undermnentioned Properties can be , Bought on~ e. T , to SmitiPurchasers - Auburn( roir WVeatberoard .Villa, 6 rooms. Bath, pantry, copper and troughs -Asphalt yard .,Land 33 145: £725. ?Three, minutcs from station:. £0 deposi 'balanee'monthli. Auburnt Groe?rie c k:ill,8 romsni bath, paiintry, copper, troughs, gas, venetian blinds, e .ectr; bell, encloed erandah. Land 48 x"138.., £1150, terms. Three minutes. from station' '. ' . . ,-- " . . _ - Auburn Grove-Brick Yilla, 6 rooms, bath pantry, copper, troughs, enclosed veraudah. Lanid 48 x'i't to-right.of-way: ;; 900... :,,,- - . .... .. ' .- ,: Mount.Pl sIeant ?ltoad,..-7\,. Cottage, 4 roams, bath, pantry, asphalt.-yataid Land; :20 x 110 to right-of-way. '"i$0;? °5 depd`sit balance monthly: :.. Clarendon-strett-W.l. GCottai...

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CAULFIELD CHILDRENS' JUBILEE TREAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 22 October 1887

* (CAULFIELD CHILDRENS' JUBILEE -TREAT. We intimated some month or two. ago in our columns, that the childrei? residing in the Shire of Caulfield were to have their Jubilee treat this month. The event conies off to-day on the-, Caulfield racecourse, the use of which has been granted by the members of the club. to the children and t.'eir parents. A meeting of the sub-con- mittee in whose hands have been left the arranging and carrying out of the affair took place on Monday evening last, when it was stated that two per-. sons had been engaged-in a house to house vasitation distributing tickets of admission to all children residing in Caulfield, from 4 to 15a years of age. A sum of £8 has been ex changed for its equivalent in new bronze pennies,' two of which will be; given to each child on entering, these are to be utilised as an open sesame to Westwood's merry-go-round, if-the-. : children choose to make use of same.,:.. The catering has been entrusted to' Mr Skinner in whom the comm...

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CAULFIELD POLICE COURT. TUESDAY OCTOBER 18. Before Mr Hare, P.M. and Messrs. Holland and Watts, J's.P. REFUSING ADMISSION TO THE POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 22 October 1887

CA ,LI3Ln P aItIK E0ntI,. - TIDAr OcmYOnI 18. -. Before - MrHare, P.M. and Massrs. Holland and Watt, J's.P. REFUSc.ING nADISIN T TTHE POLICE. - Constable Jordan-proceeded against George Elms Smithy licensee of the Caulfield Club Hotel, for refusing him admission on Tuesday 4th ult. Mr Maloney appeared for defende. Constable Jordan deposed that he went'to the Caulfield Hotel at abo ut twenty, minutes to one o'clock on Sunday 4th September, and rang the bell and knocked, waiting fully ten minutes. M3rs Smith came to the door when lie asked to be admitted, but was refused. He told her that. he was under the impression that a. youth had been served with drink at the hotel. She denied thl the boy had got any drink from them or even. been::in the hotel. Cross Examined. Mrs Smith had. previously opened the door and given information that no drink had been supplied.that day to the boy. Ile lieved that neither Mr nor Mrs Smith had supplied the drink, but thought it had been supplied by an in...

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OAKLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6. (Continued from last issue.) REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 22 October 1887

OAKLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. TaURSDAY, OCTOBER 6. (Continued from last issue.) -. REPORTS. The President reported that he ,had at tended a conference of delegates from the various municipal bodies, at the Town Hall Melbourne, for the purpose of receiving the report prepared by the sub committie ap. pointed at a previous meeting to consider the proposed Public Health Lisw:Amend ment Bill. The following resolutions were carried: ,' That the sub-committee who prepared the report wait on the Chief- Secretary and en deavor to fix-a dane on which he will re ceive a deputation, and that the members of the conference be informed• of the day;" 'That copies of the report be forwarded to the members of both Houses of Parliament, with a request that they will use their in fluence in the House, and with the Govern. ment in support of the same."-Received. RECREATION RESeRVE. A communication was read from the Commissioner of Police stating, with refer ence to the council's application to have a piece o...

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BRIGHTON TOWN COUNCIL. MONDAY, OCTOBER 16. Present: Crs Bent (Mayor) Burrows, Francis, Hamilton, Huntly and Walstab. MINUTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 22 October 1887

MONDAY, Octoaxa 16. Presnt Cia Bentl (Ma or) Burrows, stab. The minutes of lratretiug were read and confirmed, and the Town Clerk's outward correspondence reid and ap proved of. - SPOLIATION OF FOOTPATH. Cr. Walatab maid he would like to be informned whetier there waes or wa i'ot ' by-law to prevent persons riding or driving over the footpaths 2 He noticed that very many of the paths were being ridden or driven over and much damaged thereby. The town clerk informed Cr. Walstab that a bylaw was not absolutely necessary. offenders liad.been brought pa.nnder the Police Offences Statute, and fines of various -amounts had been inflicted. It was decided that the attention of the police be called to the offence cemplained, of by Cr. Walstab. , . COnBESPOIDENCE. From the Minicipal Exchange, Mel bourne, asking the council to forward one guinea for the use of the board room.-Cr. Hamilton :moved -that the council agree to subscribe, as, in his opinion, it was a useful adjunct, and should be en...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 22 October 1887

UNPARALELIED SUCCESS - -NOISELESS WHITE .. .. S MACHINES: THE WHITE." '.A .Thing of Beauty and a Jv for Ever" Stands acknowledged the King of .~ahned anmdbes made t Machine in the World. It is the Easiest Working,. andbes satisfying"inachine ever produced. Purchasers never fail to recommend it to theiu friends. - . ~j 5000 of these iMnachines are sold every Year.in the Colonies; We claim general symmetry in the construction of ou: Malchinee, Wood-; Wei m 'ind:Stand, whereby the same is an Ornamental Article of ;Fur niture, as wvell '1 as :hecessit3 and Lxunry of the Houshold. The Public acknowledge that the "WHITE " Embiroiderer is the mosi complete ,attachment of , its kind everproduced, And being Pattentees of the same we reserve its sale exclusively to the Patrons of the "WHITE." The Mechanism of this- attachment sieh "_'.at an operator -?iderstand .ng the first principles o ;nreading and Treading the Machine can pro duce beautiful Silk Braiding upon Felt, Silk, Satin, or Lien, a...

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Unattained. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 22 October 1887

The be ch is basking in the suni, "The wares break on the shore,.. And I sit here to wtrb for one;e· - ?: .Whm all'the girls adore6'. r, .;..,' 3 i10 comes, the youth.Ifin would" mash, And nosiio t li @others choose !" IIe we;ro a curly blonde'snosathe `h And" iltent lbother shoes. " " :low blue his eyes;, ow strailbt his nose,:; H ow neetlybrushied his haiir !i -`;t iow de; y fresh the little rose That formnsliis &liooniicri! ?: lie passes oni with careless tread? I can but sit and frown; No'friend the magic words has said ,Miss Jenkiins ,M BrUrii ! ", 'Welshl Sayings.- Three things tatnever become rusty-thb money-of the benevolent, the shoes of; thslbutcher's hirse,'itd a wo man's tongue. Three 'thins : not easily:? done -to allay thirst 'tith, fire, to dfy wet with water eand to please all in everything that is done. Three things that are as good as the best brown bread in famfin?e, iwell water in thirst, and a gray coast.in cold. : Three.things as good as their betterAli...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 22 October 1887

HEALTH, BEAUTY ti£ CoMFORT For One Febmy per week. FosmingTooth Wash promotes the above It is the safest,- most .pleasant, most effective, and most economical of all pre parations for cleaning the teeth. " It is original and unique. There is nothing like it. Price Is per bottle, which lasts 12 weeks when used every day. J. H. NIEMANN, Manufacturing and Dispensing Chemist, New-street, Middle Brighton.-- ADVT.]. OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. -0 WEDNESDAY, OCT 19. (Before Messrs. V. R. Loker, G. Looker, and J. Jordan, J's P.) + -' SCL RIO CA TTL, Heny v.Wilkinsm fo rescuing a cow on the way to the ground. The offence was fully proved? and he was Aned E1 with 2s diaet. WH. Locke v. H. Hughes 12s, balnme of account Disdmissed withi£ ls costs againstecomplainsit. Tennis. Cheltenham v Gascoigne.-This 'match played last Saturday resulted in a victory for the latter by 43 to 17. -. On Saturday evening last A. 0. Franklyn, Esq., on behalf of the Chelten-' ham Lawn Tennis Club, presented W. Ruse, Esq...

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BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21. (Before Thos. Wilson, Esq., J. P.) PLAYING AN ILLEGAL GAME. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 22 October 1887

BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. o FRIDAY, .OCTOBER, 21.? ::. (Before Thos. WVilson;'Esq:,'J.P.) :=i PrLAYIG An ILLEGAL dAME:. - W.: Baxter and W. Ttrner charigedl withtheabove offe ice,thei bdii'?folyoide magistrate present, were remandi.dfor a week, bail being a lowed inl ihei' own suretias of £10 each. INSULTING BEHAVIOR. Bernard Kelly on rema'nd was charged with insulting behaviour. Dra Simons and Caffyn, under whose advice he had beents remanded, deposed, that he was peculiar in his miLd, but i he kept from drink, being an able bodied man, he was quite competent to earn his own livelihood. He was therefore-.dis charged. i. Philip Smith was charged- ith having committed an assau't on Geo. Read, assis tantstation master at.Brighton. Beach,. on Sunday last, 16th inst. Geo.. Read deposed that he was on duty: as station master.at Brighton Beach on Sunday last. He went to the door o one of the:cai;iages, and asked a woman for a couple of cigars, she gave them to him and asked him if he had a p...

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