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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 21 April 1888
Colleges and Schools. ' FisNs CORONAT Orus." : . - BRIGHTON LADIE:S . COLLEGE ST. ANDREW STREET, Near the Town Hall PaIcCIPAL: MRS. J. HAINES,'. (late of Clifton Hlill dies' Collog ),I Por several years teacher under the Board of Education, Assisted by MISS A. E. COX. English Literature and Mathematics, 8.'GRENFELL, ;BA., LJ.B. . French and German. HERR OTTO MULLER. .,Drawing and Painting, i F. JONES, EsQ. Pianoforte, T. J;HAMMONDEso., Miass BURKITT, R.A.M., MRs. ORR, and Miss A. E. COX ;Calisthenics, MiSSs DICK and MOON. Resident Governess: MISS A. E. COX. TERMS (Payable in advance)- Day i? ls: ; I agllsh:(as below), also Languages --- Onoe and half to Four Guineas per Term Resident Puplls (under 12 years): Eaglish (as below), also Languages, Mseao, and Painting Twelve Guineas per Term IbeAdent Pupils (over 12 years): 7lgiah. (as .below), nalso Languages, "Music, and Painting Fifteen Guineas per Term ENGLISH in its various branches com prises Reading, Writing, Arithmetic (Ad vanced...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 21 April 1888
;li.**t? : -r: '. eSpecial Avertisements PALLOT AND WOODMASON, -10 Chapel Street, 10. PRAHRAN, TWO DOORS NORTH OF COFFEE TAVERN. : !-L- -THE- CHEAPEST FURNITURE WAREHOUSE -I-N- South Yarra, Prahran, Windsor and St. Kilda. How to Furnish a 3-roomed Cottage for £13 13s., for net cash: ' Dining-room Palliasses ... ...... ... .0 11 0 Coloni' iSof.a;'ith Squab and Full-sized Flock Mattrass .... 018 6 Bolsters" ; ... l 7 6 Flock Bolster .. ... ...0 6 0 Cedar Chiftoniere Safe, Polished 1 6 0 Fwo Flock Pillows'... .. "... 0 4 0 Six Cane Chairs ... ... ... 1 4 0 Wash Stand, with Towel Rail ... 0-9 6 Round Table ... ... .. 12 6 Dressing Table ( ..- .. ... ,o8 0 TableCoeri ".i ..o 5 6 Full-size Toilet Set - . 0 10 ' Fender and Irons .... ... .. 12 6 On Cane Chair ... ... 4 0 ntting to cover room ,. 0 10 6 Toilet Glass ... 0 Hearth Rulg'. :" ... ... .. 0 6 6 la ... Cornice Pole and Brackets .. 11 6 Kitc1en. . .lip.Mat *, ... il:6 Table ... ... ... ... 012 0 Bedroom eaate .I . i''.; ." oill a Fn...
DEAD MAN'S ROCK. THE FINDING OF THE GREAT RUBY. A ROMANCE BY Q. BOOK II. CHAPTER VII. (CONTINUED.) TELLS HOW CLAIRE WENT TO THE PLAY; AND HOW SHE SAW THE GOLDEN CLASP. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 21 April 1888
DEAD MAN'S, ROCAK. THE FINDING OF THE GREAT RUBY. A RoxAwaoa B Q. BOOK IL CHAPTER VII. (CozrnEw,.) TELLS HOW CLArI WENT TO THE PLAY; AND t HOW SHE SAW THU GOLDEN CLASP. A week had passed and I was standing with Claire beside Tom's grave. We had met and spoken at the funeral, but some restraint bad lain upon our tonguees. For wyself. I was still as one who h.d sold hie brother for a price. and Claire had forborne trom questlonitn my grief. . The coroner's jury had brought in a verdict of lhurlder bry a oerain permon unknown.' arid now the police wers ooupied in foUowinl such clues a I could give them. All the daily paper assigned robber as the motive. andohe disappemrance of Tom e watch-chain sve pla.eibiltry to the theory. But I knew toe well why that chain had disappeared, and even in m grief found consolation in the hought of Colliver'simpotent rage when he should come to examine bie prize. I hod de-cribed the face and firure of my enemy, and bad even identified him as the long. m...
THE GOLDEN HOPE. A ROMANCE OF THE DEEP. "I dreams a dream that was not all a dream." CHAPTER XLV.—THE BURIAL OF THE BABY. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 21 April 1888
--3t j. Gr. az.umt-: Brwaheab anted- as though satisfled. but to hioarse .whilpered commense were u1tter6d by the other. which maet have punuged all hands itoe a long dicuseion, had Stone been impolitic enough to overhear them. 0Soon again, however, the subtle sub duing influeence created by the little silent ods under the tarpaulin was felt by the men. -Their thoughts went to the infant and they spoke of him; then Martin Goldsmith re eembered a creepy and chilly story of an poprletice who had been an urphan and was put to ass by an ncle whom he had talked of S ean harsb and cruel man. This lad died through a fall from the meethead. They laid fim out, and that same night an able narman -amed M?_ se Bonert, going aft to l"ke the wheel and p?l-ing by where the body lay, saw the a prition of a female with her fingers ted upon her forehead, leaning over the body a suergestiog by her attitude that she tad' discovered who the boy had been, and wal in wild anguish. 'Bogles; was so frighlte...
MRS. REDMAYNE'S COMPLEXION. (THE WORLD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 21 April 1888
-IMRS. REDMAYNE'S COM PLEXION. (THE WORLZ.) XMrs. Redmsyne was decidedly pretty ; she re : ied well, and was very careful in wearing itIy the eelourn that saited her. She wae a .bgile, deliciate-looking little woman, and lafeoted.half-lights, like a rare fern; the strong sunlight, with its fierce glare, did not suit her. Her little drawingroomn-' my little neat,' as she used to call it-was rehaded by heavy lase curtains; stained glaea, Japanese ereens, and a thousand andi one pretty things, each. nteresting =and beautifol' in its way, were crammed into it; but not one of the pretty trifles was -half so interesting and beautiful as pretty little Mrs. Redmayne herself. She was a pathetio creature, too; doubly fasoilating, doubly dangerous, when narrating the troubles and trials she had experienoed during her married life; and with her troubles and trials she was aeoostomed to entertain her numerons adorers in the Sdrawingroom of her little hijou e~r eldenoe in Blank street, Mayfair. T...
LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 21 April 1888
LOCAL ITEMS. Residents in the town of Oakleigh will shortly have their streets lit up with gas. It will be remembered that at the last meet- ing of the shire council an application was received from a certain company who ex- pressed a desire to cater for the supply of gas for the better illumination of the town. During the past week a meeting of the residents has been held, at which the question was taken up in a very spirited manner and we trust soon to be in a position to chronicle the establishing and working of the plaint and the varied other appliances necessary to make and reticulate the town with gas. The newly erected Recreation hall at the rear of the Elsternwick Presbyterian Church was utilised for the first time since its completion, last Sunday after noon, when the Rev. Dr Marshall Lang delivered an address to the scholars at- tending the Sunday school, there being a large number present accompanied by their teachers, parents, and several members of the church. The rev. ...
CAULFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, APRIL 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 21 April 1888
C .AULFIELD 8HIRECOUNCI TtIURsDAY, ArnIL 19. Present :-Crs Holland (president), Ballantyne,.Cotton, Griffin, Grimwade, lI1rtl)y I?e, Le Prage, Lookeir Long, nd 'Selby:anl Sel". CORRESPONDSENE. Fion° "ihe '?hfire t?icil f Mila'vrn, urging the desirability of the two councils calling tenders for cutting; down the hill ohnth' ?Diindenong road, near the Caulfield'" railway station, simultaneously.-Request to be corni plied with. From Mr Henry Davies of the Caulfield Grammar school, stating'tliat workmen. had : been;employed excavat-. ing the channel running through his property during his absence, which he protested nagainst.-R-eceived. From the Elsternwick Improve ment'cominittee stating that they were infornmied that if the plans for laying down water mains in Garden Vale and Kooyong Park estates were sent to the Public Works department, they will at once proceed with the work.-Received and engineer to draw up a schedule of streets requiring reticulation. From J. Hertz, as an expert, ...
BRIGHTON FOOTBALL CLUB. LIST OF MATCHES FOR FIRST TWENTY, SEASON, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 April 1888
BRIGHTON FOOTBALL CLUB. LIST OF, MATCHIES FOIL i FIRST TWENTY .... SElASON, 1888 o. a oy . reinsioule ,K Brightoni , 1. Fitzroy 2nd. Brighton 19. libert Park Aberhtona ,~.21. Moidnington B,~lrnington S:.? Soth St: Kilda Albert. 'ark lime 2. Essendon 2nd lrighton , 1l9.eisidtone. ,AlbeitPa?rk i l>; : ,1' ``St lKilda Royal ABlghtoi ' 2, .8 Melbourne '2nd :Brighton , 30O. Essendon Dist. Essendon Julyt. 7.Soutl St: Kilda Brighton -,1. , Brighton r,2. Albert rP rk AlbertPark Aug. - 4. 8St. Kilda Royal St. Kilda .... ·,;, Essendon 2nd . Brighton 8. Feriiside. AlbertPark 25. Lssendon Dist.t Brighton Sept. 1. Kew Kew'
NERVOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 April 1888
NERVOUS. [r3.N, young and old, married or single suffering from Nervous Debility, Premature Decay, Loss of Manhood, Vital Power, and all diseases of the Genito Urinary Organs. may obtain, free, a valuable treatise by an eminent Surgeon, containing fall informa tion regarding self-treatment, by applying by letter to Box 1081, G.P.O., Sydney,.
CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 April 1888
CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. Presbytlerian.-lirighton., Rev. MrI 11 and 7. : ; ,. -Elsternwick;.-lv. J. Hay, 11 and 7 : : ChGlltenham,, , Mentonc,: 11, and l1or. dialloc 7. ecv. r. iM. Fernus.. ' C annlfield, c' .l. Mlacartny, il and 7 : armadale: li:F.' Webb.". '; , E:lsternwick,- ]Rev. a. dailhache. !; , Malvern, lRev. C. J. Godby, 1 and 7 ,iakleigh,. Rev . . nst. Congregational, Drightorn, morning- and evening lev, J. J ickardnl. 3 lavcrn, Iev. . Moon, 11 and 7. O""klcig?'Rc . J. F:- GaInawayi 11 and SWeslcyan Methodist-lrighton,,' I iand ietl'rimitivciMethodist Sonthk -Yarra5i, v C.Anthony3 1, and 7. :, " N ortli rihltoi',lnv. R . Wiblbcrlv 1 '` SontllB-'rigliton,! Mri" Dhnsth iani;' 1-lev.c B.-IWibberly, 7:i ! r ;: I ,, I.t irightou- lieve, li Wibberly 3 Baptist Chlurch -Brighton ilvc. . Howard 1],.and 7. a. ' ' , 'i . * ,* ... * " *; Chistiarin h iapn iighto 11 and 7. :,Cheltenham, Mr. Goodacre;, 7:- i':'-!.." 'j SUnion Chnrch--aunlield, iRev. J. Gregson 11 and?7.. . SUnion ip C...
YACHTING. BRIGHTON YAGHT CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 April 1888
x YACHTING-. bIdC.IITON i~CIIT CLUB:. The race for Mri W. J" W Aokott's Trophy which iyas'sailed for lat Satur day was won,, after a ?iiiost; eeiting race, J. W. Allie's Galteat" the "!isiry'" beinig sebolid, 9nd "??"id 1 lyin" Clodi thud: This 'ftei noon last ace of the season takes pldree, the prizes 'being'. Club Trophiesn The foll.owii iar the tUetries, with tinie illowhbices -Galate, scr airy,' nmni. Flying ClIoud, Liin., Mairtlii, ij in:. Jurbileeatnld Sthrlirht" imin .
CRICKET. MALVERN V. RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 April 1888
: CRICKET. -., . -0 • t ri:.'.'r- ' t I.EII W JICIIMON.2 " ýý_".': . i.sted in ? '?dhiv,' tie. t Scoifes b,.ing Ttfiloern"'4ti;Rich iond3 tlhice fot Jo inond.- Gvi (foAn r1ivi zkcts for 14) A. Haddick (two for ); IiliY.i" Sh iid (tli iee foi? `21). hoa ld ?ccellcntly for best fori.J.ilveri .."-' r4 r'. . ? ''..-' IAWMIKSBURIi. V WA.iERL OO(RD ELEVENS). : Tho finLi, match;for itlhe land prijze (the gift of ifir .GW'; , !?aylor) iesulted" • ifol?owvs ,on Satrday. -Wat?rloo, W oun lb3 iaterloo by li}. inns Smith, and 31; Doinaooi :2'. ?nd i -bLtted wvell 'fui; aterilooo' ,,iiickey,, "19 (not out) anild 7-;: :'oell, 17 mid 0 ; Iit . 1. i :1:3 .bittcedilbe? foi. I1?k1kbtriin Donalioo ecured l ivickets ail theicost of v2 runs fiur;Ltsi'lo:. .. ,
ABSTRACT OF AUCTION SALES. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 April 1888
ABSTRACT OF AUCTION SALES. THIS DAY, 3Messis., Baylee, Shevilt, t Co., 4S m egijifreen'i allotniets in "C?,Culfied Junctios 4it ite. MrJ." Townisend? 8n11 allotuient of lhanid i ith two .:. 1 Cotta~es ciected thereoi;, situ at: Bay-View Stseet, 1. ril hran'.', .: 1ý ý' essrs. Yalsh t ,don, building i'al lotiii iita ii Asing iStieet Biair the Nortoh 1riglltoi Station. i:EXT TIURSDI)A : . Messrs Walstab and Son, CU ud subil divisional block icnown 'as Th ui'lingham iving iSoptagies to the Point Nepean onad and Union-street. _ esesirs,. CJ 4id T. IIi; in eon inuiio?i aith ?S 'Sittinods, Family "i esidr , .aiyi od.. k u ll'taae its Co.oc ; Irinq~strvc. Noj·ti B!igh~to~i ' `
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 April 1888
L. Stevenson A Sons Limited, Oaatlm ud th ae d L liXVta 2a nMd iOOa, sa Od INee 14 flbisrs La.. Eat, *beluMs.. CAPITAL. Astern Iecaepwaest do~i the ampal atulbiule NI DIB·fl?0E8: !b Hat. C. II James, M.L1..; the Hrs .dwwi Las J:.. Lloyd Mbtots, Req.. I. Mseeay(iBh, ts asditlda to abet, iaeYdlel bbleueu w h pie qmi tsatisl I EMbla tt ALL oalhSS of MISEANDUN.. hAd tt madetak. LOSECt dew. ft, OUying aw 85 .1.111. T0e cupsaq ate pape to teat,. depsdb uld faytmab ratesa NtL3OU1UE I MaRE 6U1L DIMIr~~a amount 87 Mm M'LBOD ALEX. D.TOU'G BD Us·gee Wsh SISE DtL · tN sheS1o.I7UOU lar OLUE.T Vlo~olllas rUTDAL LI1R Paws is hoed to meet clrllu out· 1181-gOuarTS~ or A MuluAOr. ALIT. aroollo. Yawner su1Bs BUIILDING A t0W·POI Ol~Cas5 tO OLLIES lESteSEE 513. ?asdW a ad mmed appal tt - OI. !law Isla lost 7e - - 7OUI0 n tinabtim Me paidoldlt abattodgsif pa a.1t. peralm. be the pan itysami tiNEESM ALLOWED tDEPUOUO1 f 11 maath, $ per taLnpr ptsam. lasate ib. .apmr tpa.a ew*Sem. DapaellteahI braab rUo bh ...
AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 April 1888
SAGRIUOLtURL&L NLOTES. a Pan is beinnint to te mush wanted Inw Naw .nte h Wl om trwm we thse hvolg a: dlefd tpe s?d?sk la s in paces. a fed onmels. the ? b tock stes, sad both t sheep aend co me genelly- good e n- d ditton : I everall slds t dry Mveratho has prevented lmn from psuarslg plough.? tog operatIonso , th ground baing ob hard. Inthe O ookwell tdistric he armera o rme employing themepvel is cing goode from tl Goalbuon to the silver minsi. ,Mois ilsome o ias is giving a good eturn, but in others o i it is caredthe by hebiflsh .. - o In Tasmania the unuully prn?acled andI o seriously iljurioen drought of 1877.8 ha now e iaenty brosken, sad thOroughoutt all uas cfthle oeelony the re dlrgeneral ing t atmo the. ome rain. Tht D ecti of thai drought haes been general-.greolturuists eutslLt, and mi~e-ownsmu·aberinaag aIn ro.' lsbe bsfte of weier, med in some districts the suppl for human consumption e sia.re indgequate if not ictuslty for I necessity, at iest for convenence...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 April 1888
en 11fin ('IWATI 'r llir si'`c . Anip? i ".thc,'pure l nio , irii h: r ,Ud" tit o,-, I? -.,lo: gen uine)?' '4ifiioti'?'l·.UtloL HIops n:i lh iite i-labndi lprito diaia?d e b kee. vlile psoh looiis pure, stoa if ia imitar, ¢heiiiduitcl oeeirl.atvcli'? , tlie l re?i lest liceizi excr? oaiif?ercdi. u.pon rsohmu •ops omt0 ienliiteir aboe mh .?.Dr .)_oules :.ý.v v.ý" ,> ,a~j S!.,rt,ýfi . f;: R1U.;} E t
WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 April 1888
WOMEN'SiSUFFRAGE MEETING. J --0--- A. Aprblit.; moeetingr , yasg .lold inh. the rigllhton lTown ;HIall oin 2Thursday; eveniing to consider tire iuestion of extendid.ing the ,fruliciusc. to women. The Mayor of, Brilhton, T. IBent, Eq,,i occupied tho chair. There were 'about' '130 persons present of ' 'hom the great; bulk were of the sterner sex. SThe" ,e' ])r. Broniby niovI-e " That iri the: opiniorli of : thisumeeting tlie Legislnture of Victoria 'should passi witlrout delay an act legalising women's! suffrnage." ' * : i..l ;. .'Tis 'swas seconded by M~rs; Sinytire anrid sipported .by i' esdlaines Steele! and; Balloir, Dr.- Burnaby, an md Messi.s Sutherlaiid d, id Elliott;ý,aid carried 'bl 57to ? 2(;.1' .1 '^;, td;.*;:, .ii ,;;, ,26 I .'D Wri Aglcey ? latedr thlat' alnliougli tlier icetingI was" of ratepyiers 4tlre ioioln -ha??'s, carried tby outeidclrs.- Itl sihould iot gofortlh:to the .world that' rrglrto iria.rs in sfavouir of graintin francrlise .to women. i ; r.i ;EllitottiosIi...
OAKLEICH DISAGREEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 April 1888
OAKLEICH DISAGREEMENT. :A LITTLE scene W;S enlacted at theil O)akleigh Council meeting last lolsiday, which Iids fatir to ii6iil the lioverbial stor:nr ina teapot.. It- all ,aroso . from the fact that an application had ,been made to the council.,at :their' previous nieetinig fr the estabilislhuent oif :t local. GCs "\oi'k.S;, aii they; not feeling there aind tlien inclined to coipe with Ilche llitter; left the ,question. in.. tihe hliinid of the piresideint to call 'a special meeting. .This was - done, .nd ,the ineeting was to' have. been"?heldý l.ast week; at't o'clock in the afteriioon: at the shire h]all. It appears tlii? i'the president of the shire (E" T,. 'lihoni?poii, Eisq.), lhad beien alliig for somen few days; prior to' the .daey. of meeting,2, and not felling well enoulgh to venture out, hosent : afiessinuger to thei hall reqiuc, tin" the coiincilllob, to adjorni rito his esideniice ?ad there hold 'tl?e dnctin"g. This request ivasinonmeditetly coiplied k'itl by thll coun...
SANDRINGHAM REQUIREMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 April 1888
SANDRINGHAM REQUIREMENTS. A r Monday's meeting of the Moor abbin Shire Cduncil,: ; commiuiclition signed by the requisitoe nuimlieerof'r?ite payers of Sandiiili,:liij lii'dpi's-nted to tlt6Presiderit (tlir'onI - '.?T J3ent, 1.L. A1), asking him to be kind enough to c:ll public imeetiing of the residents to.be holden. on an: early,day .itin the Ciiclet Pavilio'ilo for itho- punrposci'of discussing' the 'dis?idv.titages Sirunider whlicih theyi la?oiui:" 'Tlflt?, i iid?ite complied iy, aiuthorisin g thody'liire' seci;etry,.y to, tnnouucc'i o.poste-tisnc1l L public mieetinng would take place at the pavilion on.Thuisday,'tlay 3rd, at 7.30 o'clock. Thati the: residents of this rising a:.;nd important district . lbour .undervcery, many aud ",great ,disdvahi itages go?o without.sayingtvitiO:ndf the ~".;. nt-;;isth, W Loni' era? 'i-titon.'Fthis-tliey have not made tim inovet? -? cn?i-?ý ii asiisting to. ring about i better stiit(e of tiirs will beby a r-dii sioii of the shire, this will give...