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FRAGMENTS OF FUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 April 1888

FRAGMENTS OF FUN. dn-, paelonrtsl: 'MYr sweet! my darling I love ynwith ll my ea Be mine !' Fair maide: 'Oh. William, this so sudden; I must have im --' lover: 'No-no I must have my answer now, for I have my ee on another girL' Wrn: Moiohuah I Moiobel I wake up ! Thar' an munrheri' thare in the roomy Miohael: 'Whist, now, Biddy; be aly. I hay me in on 'm, i' of he foind oything. " Ill sit up an' take it from 'ib.' AN elderly gentleman is sen to suad on a piecef f oranmpel, and come down heavily on his back. PlMimetranger: 'Excuaeme. sir; would you mind doing that again. My friend didn't see it.' 'How many lodges did you. ly you bubend belonged to' she suddenly askel , 'Fifteen.' Mercy on mel But think of a . man being out fifteen nights in a week I I am really glad that Imn a widow !' EzaBrZazr wife: 'What do you mean. by come home st this time nuithe morning?' Inaeated husband: "Tigu my fault,. "dees. The fellows had all oes ddn', bate aeoe to tealk to.' TaH father-in'law.of a uewl...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WIT AND HUMOUR. THE ONLY ROAD TO HAPPINESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 April 1888

-WIT ?ND HUMOUL : THU ONLY ROAD -TO NIUIN - u. ghoiw Eagle Soap (0.0EV was S eal i?i dm with an a) Wrt yai_ loths.. in 20 minuts withbout nbning, l, avoid htlatoui as yaou would tb----S lish , The Victaian Soap and andle Go..

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE BODY OF ALEXANDER. (EVENING STANDARD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 April 1888

THE BODY OF ALlEXANDEB (symn n eadNDano.) The reporet t them has been a t'ovemed at 3ald., in Syria," a seutophague "eso. tining the body" of Al~ anderthe Great, s ore of thase ramoue which it may be jdolom to regard with some amount of In. aredultly. Nor, perhaps, will the faith of historansbeanythe morestregted bythe dronmmtance that tht utartling latelligeeon cameby way of Constantinople. "Saida, in Syra"-thb exact plaoe is not men. tiosed-is simply the Turkish way of referring to the meotion whieb, in more familiar lguagoge, Is known as Palestie. And no doubt within the last few months some very Interesting finds have been dis covered on the iate of Roman and other rules In that region. Among these was a chamber containing a number of Inscribed tablets, and a variety of saroophagi, showing that It had been a burial vault of the colonists or the soldiers who have, at different times, settled in or overrun that territory. It is, however, altogether beyond the range of ordinary man...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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THE LADIES' COLUMN. FASHION NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 April 1888

THE LADIES' COLUMN. 3BY VivA." PABTION NOTES. Itas propls d some time ago that e would be long and long they are, so a to entirely hide the skirt underneath Black s the prevaling tone for winter cloaks, but navy-blue and red, brown and dark grey ar aoto be msen. The newet shape Ie cloee-fiattig into the back with the skirt folds gracefully caught up just below the walt mand with the long plain fronthangiag loose from the throat. The appearance In front i that of the Brges peasant women's clOks, th at the back, of the dolman. In some cases the . fronts are separate, with. a closefitting coat, minus sleeves, beneath. Fur, or a broad band of plush, trims the neck, the fronts, and is carried for some disatane along the edge of each side and p as each side, loing itself In she folds at the back of the waist. Modified eiroular, reaching to the edge of the skirl are also very popular winter mantles. The most elegant ones are made, as a mantle always should be, only of one material, hownver...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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THE YOUNG FOLKS. BABES IN THE WOODS. (PACIFIC RURAL PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 April 1888

THLE YOUNG FOLKS. ABES IN THE WOODS. (rrone a uma Pausse.) MPleas, mamma, may we go in the woode end nave some lunch in the little basket? Ohldoayyee mamma; itiseuchanicedey tobe out in the woods.,' This was eagerly aseked by one of three little bors, who were spending their eummer vacation in the country on a fruit farm, where there wa also lovely woods with great tall redwood treaes, towerin up t100at. and even more, toward the bluesky n God who msde them, and here and there a madrona tree grows, with its bark peeling off in its owr peculiar way, leaving the tree right red end au meoth as satin; now and then the bark clings in lake of palr yellow. Close by we find the beautiful bay tree, with its long, pointed, frgrantr ieaee, and all about such lovely ferns. Beyond the woods o ae mountain very steep and rugged. Those woods were a great temptatioll to the boys. Stuart wes so anxious to go. and Heroert and Romney came running in and added their pleading to his. Their mamma decided ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 April 1888

SA Tivaoovoe i onag ug had beenin lhe bhbil of weariu?n ihin shoe, and caught a old in coiquenOa. Her mother told the doote wis i. nd asked him to advise her not so wor them. When the young. lady tu Ubrebd into his phrcO be requaeed her to give ber toonse the uasu ondoo eo di, and be a-mised it atudeiels . * Ym. Ith1,abl no,.' maid he itah a sbke oft hs head, ' you bhie b Mn NriM a hoes, and have CaUsh whaer we doos Aobl a " bhl?rbor oad. No,. roes et ie of wearingtam at coes. sad talke the me ane I am bunl e pas ruibe ou liu ad aocordion to dinti o' He o C s sa lo oeat preciptio., and was oboat to Ime dhe bone, whek his patist illed hiL blek sd slultd him b l mayi : 'Si~nce ys weas clever in dieovring a thiaohoe lo'kiDg at MY OsOgG, will YoU he seb . o take off my hoM I"o?l.a tet adtallMeit m 'e o staiLght- .

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Under the Snow. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 April 1888

undaer the mevw. Deep, deep, deep, Qick, none ahould know Sbe buried her warm love steelt Under the winter anow. For he had coldly said, Coldil and careleely, :Bo ry our love, or los it live; Is i all the same to me.' She toreit out of her b erut She cruobed it within he bad It cried ti him in ill agony For help, but he came tno: and It estuled within her greup; I fouyht with bee woman o will: It kneelld to hr womn's- pride with tears; Tan silent it ly.•od sUll,, She knew that it was not dead; But she said : ' It soon will die, Buried under the wieter snow, Under the winter sky.' Deep, deep, deep, Quicklyr, e one Should know Sb. buried her warm love stealtily Under the winter snow. Then with ber murderous hande She raised up she heavy atone Of Silence over he btried love, Lese the world sbould beer is moan; She thought, when she turn'd away, Some day he may see this grave And tay: * The woman I thought so weak, How strong she was, and brve 1' Throb. throb, throb, Under the liht spri...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHANGING NAMES AT MARRIAGE. (ECHO.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 April 1888

CHANGING NAMS AT MAR- . (acne.) Mrs. F. Fenwiok Miller has reprinted from the "Lady's Piotorial" an article In which she expounds the grievanne under which she says women suffer who, having made their maiden name famous. are oom pelled to exchange it for another at mar riage. "M. E. Edwards," for tIahae, Is not, and for many years has not been, what many people describe as the "real name" of this well-known artist. Miss Edwards married some twenty years ago a gentleman named Freer, who died; and fter some ars of widowhood shere.married with Mr. J. C. Staple. whose name, so. oording to prevailing custom, she would now bear, and doubtlemdoe bear in private life. The woman's personalty has been twice absorbed in a new cognomen; the artist could not afford to part with her Identity in this fashion, and a an artist we still know "Mary Ellen Edwards." The familiar monogram " A.C.,. or the fuller signature of A. Olaxton, iL the maiden name whlqh continues to be need by the lady who has for...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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BEGGARS. ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON, IN "SC[?]NER MAGAZINE." A BEGGAR OF TASTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 April 1888

BEGGARS. Rama Lorus OSnvaasou, o " Scalm, l ' MAoAzzas. A uEGOAR 01f TASTE. In I pleasant, airy. nphlleounry, it was ao my fortune when I was young to mate the os acquaintance of a certain beggar. I call mil him beggar, though he usually allowed he to" ·atand his shoes (which were open-mouthed di indeed) to beg for him. He was the wreck n" of an ath!etlo man, tall, gaant, an brnzed; far gone in conasmption, with that die quieting smile of the mortally stricken on at his face; but still active afoot, still withthe up brisk military carriage, the ready military th slate. Three ways led through this pliece Bi of country, ani as I was inconstant in dl my choice, I believe he must often have so awaited me in vain. But often enough he f| caught me; often enough, from some place of ambush by the roadside, he would spring , -uddenty forth in the regulition attitude. and launching at once into his inoansequen- ce tial talk, fall into step with me upon my c, further course. "A fine morning, s...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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A STAMPEDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 April 1888

A STAMPEDE. t We were within two days' ride of the 1 uonits, and had been in tamp two orthree c lays, when one of the hunters rode in oat before dark with some game and nnou?eed that a bend of at eat 1.600 I lid horses wsee grastg about three miles ia the eat of us." This was on the opposite I tide of the Peoue, whieh just here spread I lut over a rocky ledge, and was 200 feet wide and about a foot deep. Below our camp was a old grove with many dead trees in it. It I was there we got oar wood. In all other itraotions the ground was open. We had about twelve tents in camp, aside from the waeggone and amblanoese. The beet feeding ground weeas on the west of the tamp, and all the animals were staked out there. Ouatide of the booth of animals was a guard of two soldiers, and two more were between the animals and the waggont. There was no danger apprehended from the Indians, and the guard was set to keep prowling wolvee out of tamp and to lasist any horse which might might get tangled in...

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Alexander's Dust. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 April 1888

Alexaner's Dust. Every one knows (.ss the PAl Mall Gazette", Hamlet's celebrated conundrum " Why may not imagination trace the noble duet of Alexander till be finds it stopping a bung-hole"' and everyone bas hitherto bad to answer, "I give it up." Henceforward, however, our Hamlets must bridle their funereal fancies. The noble duat of Alexander is not stopping a ban-hbole nor even scaling an amphora. It is safe inhis sarcophagus at Saids, in Syria, and will no doubt soon he safer still in an arcbeologicsl museum. The evidence of identification is not yet to hand, but Renter is dogmatic and ecepticism would be at least premature. The hung-hole, fortunately, is not essential to Hamlet's argument "The earth which'kept the world in awe" is still more ianebly inert in the earchophagus then on thebeer.barreL At any rate, Hsmlet has still "Imperious COsar. dead and turned toclay" on which to moralise, though it archaology goes on at its present rate we mayexpect soon to have the ashes of t...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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HEART DISEASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 April 1888

S URaT DIItABUM.. The umber of peelp who go eboat their daly work with some fcc of the bert is uqueusloabl. p r tah Iiepl eupposed. Sosof ihectses ate coups some are due to overwoek, but amo?g all the ciuses rheumatism fiaures in great pro mineoce. Thefood wes stdc thibis ormn ton. M het stimulapa it. ad another kind of diet is "lowering." Naevou impueosston· lo greatly affectit. Indigeston affdct she beert mayhap producing the most terrible pilpita tion, nod even syncope or flattieg It would have bee considered a veap strange thine jr go to bear one inistin upon the influence of dyspepsia, affenotions o the liverand of the kidneys upon the heart. By dyspepsia, thbe slomash may become so distended ac to pbush up anI displace somewhat this organ, causing a dread. fui feeling of distmess. By over.taig the liver, its work in the elaboration of food may be so far imperfect as to unduly stimulate the beart and cause its enlarge. meet. Again, imperfect assimilative pro cesses gives rise t...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 April 1888

Wears Wet, Want No. Send your old cruots, lvers,a te and coaf services, ooup turews, dibs covers, napkin ringl ugnl? r bowle. poos, foehe, eto., to John DUnks and S8o. 42 Bourke strvet ?eas. Mel. boourns, to be repleted equal tozew.-(ADVT) Great activity is mid to prevail in the French naval rnseals. The Manchester Jubilee Exhibition has resulted in a surplus of £;3,299 Ge. id. Austris pvoposes to Increase the srrnaeth of bher army on a peace footing by 100.000 men. It is jast 100 years ince the price of oats in Ealand was as low u it is at the present time. The total numberof sufferers by the recent nrrenlv Bfloods Ia North Germany is The expullson of 45,000' J-w has beau ardered from the town of Odessa, on the Black Sea. 'avti nm ase.a s sose sus your oasus shmd iqsmale I sesI r a as Wsv a O* me .ae. With u asoa d Wagesh Me bo sea Som bar hs- e etd aa s er osg. Iror gop Mureasieersaebis I L. J. 0. Lame bals arsman DUasseONE 003oma1. SAM' o0 -.L0000 I. , kv Ia - . K ? ar bos. AS £ ...

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THE WORK OF A ROGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 April 1888

t THE WOBI OP A BOGUE. Two or three times during she n?t ten days I saw loe wild hores. and ce of the old hunters with was aked for an e planatioo. He eald they were * roguee' slalion? whbih had been drive from the herd n digra d that they were always ooiared ugly and dangerone. He b d known of thlir adtekinga sngle boreeman, bat the presence of a large party like oars would, of coonue, frighten them off. Two days after his eplaation we we srng out for three il along the ver, on the muab and srver. Something was lost by as oeseer, and one of the troopers was et beak to recover it. T-c minutes later the article supposed to be lost was found in one of the ambolanas, and I was sent bek to otify the trooper. He bhad galloped back to ramp, a distaner of two miles, sad was mearehing arooad on foot when I arrived In eight. I was about to fire a hot to attract ble attention, *hen from the cottonwood grove beyond the camp a horse eeameharging out. He was a' rogue,' and beat on mis chief. The...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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ADVENTURE WITH WILD HORSES. (NEW YORK SUN.) A DUEL BETWEEN HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 April 1888

AHVENTURE WITH WILW ti . ,..HOR9BSS. O (saw 101 sux.) on A DUEL BETWEEN HORSES. Is In 1851, when I firt saw the- Bio Pee·o River. which is the rigb-band branch e the Rio Grands, the eecsplalne wmesafvoulda r erasing around for vw herds of wild horses. For years later there were plenty of wild ponies on the western plains, but in the a days of which I wrltethere were herds of a *oodbigbhotse some of the animalistanding o seventeen hand.s high and weighing 1.300 or 1,400 pounds. I went into New Mexico I with a Government suresying party, whioh was c semi.military oharactar. A survey of I that portion of the Rio Peocs lying in New i Mexico was to be made, and there was to be , a military poet located between Pope's Wells and the Benita BRiver. The country between was aplain 100 miles long by 200broad, with many small streams and rich feeding spots. The herds of horses had been seldom dis turbed by whi-e hunters, and whenevr the Indians wanted a supply they selectd the ponies in prefere...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 April 1888

'"FINIs CotioNsAT OP'US." ST. ANDREW STREE.T', Near thB e KITwn Hall .M, MRS. J.ORR, andES, (Late of Cliftoin?Hilr adies' Coli~c~ f); r scra yeMiss teA. E. CXunder the Board of Edicti. , Ass s DICK ansted M Nby| Rlesident Governess : MISS A, E. COX. TERMS (Payable inl advance)- English'( Literature and.?fahematies,, -. S. LCGEENFELL4 `R.1 Ji.B. OnFrench and half to or Guinemas per Term Resident Pupils (under 12 years): English (as below), also ILanguages, HERB11 OTTO MTJLL1ER. Drusiwing and Pai ainng, Twehve Guineas per Term J. Fesident. JONPupil ver 12 yEars)Q. Englih u(q?blw, :t~ 2bnages,? Pianoforte, s per Term ENGLISH[ in its various branches com prises ading, Wriing, Arithmetic (Ad M MS'BURKITT R=.A.M~ MRS.nced), uclid and Algebra, Grammarnd M(including Analysiss A. E. Composition). Geography (General istl hysical), English a Roman I isto, Physiology, ChemistryON Special esttdention will he giverness: to ensure a thorough En_,lish and necomplishedl efdii can>ils taken for an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 April 1888

-d ii Avcrtiscincta SPA"I'OT 'AND WOODMASON, ' : 10 Chapel Street, 10 PRAHRAN; , ;: }2 TWO DOORS NORTH OF COFFEE TAVE?RN i > rr" ýzil. ýt :' :_ -. ..._....:.- - TH E CHEAPEST', :FURNITURE WAREHOUSE A -South Yarrara, Prahran, Windsor and St. Kilda. How to Furnish a 83-roomed Cottage for £18 18s., fornet cpash,:a; SDining-room - Colonial Sofa, with Sqnab . :.n SBolster ?" 1 7 Cedar Chiffoniere Safe, Polished 1 6. 0 Six Cane Chairs .. ... .. 4 0 Round Table ... - .. O 1` 6 onTablove ." .. 6 Fenderand Irons ... ... 0 12 6 Matting to cover room ..: ... 0 10 6 Hearth Rina ... 0 6 Cornice Pole and Brackets . 11r 6 il lip fat s. :. 1' 106 Bedroom . ~Fnillrs iiieBen " .die 1 10 0 IPalliasses ... ... 11 0 Full-sized Flock Manttrass . 0:18 6 Flock'Holster? . ....6- 0 F--- ? loll .-"u..s •.. 4 0 nash wttnd h ow el Ilail .. 9 O lFull--iihzc'To Slet S -' . 0. 10 6 One Cane Chair ...: ..:. 4 0 Toilet Glass " : i.. ,0.bi o S r .?itIl cII. " i Table 0 12 0 Mrit S aife e Fi ; S3I" t - Two Chaiir s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 April 1888

Specilil -Advcrtlsementsk . "N 0T /AT E-z ' IS Boot '.tad, : Shoe?o aWehou9se C' m- : .'- onmercial Rid o . ..Soutl -atra,. Supplies a -first class article ,;'at a ?very moderate p rice SThe large'tincrease in his Ibuiness is ,. the best ?roof-that he gives ': (,:. p Hsatisfaction. . One trial will pro?e .this iARKLY & PARLIAMENT, STREETS BRIGHTON. . M : ,i Gi i Ro K, : :': ,. For Asphalting Lawn Tennis Courts, Garden Paths, Verandahs, Yards, Workshops, FENCING, CARTAGE,.&k PLOUGHING. S . ON- SALE:--Metals, Rubble, S reenings, Briecks, &. f{ INGC ;. +7?, ,.+ ....t(r+, ? . J. R. BAVINTON, BOOTMAK ER, 'POINT :NEPEAN ROAD, North i Brighton. COMMERCIAL ROAD DRAPERY WAREHOUSE. DUNLOP. & EDWARDS, :Arc now showing a choicc selection of NEW :: ".WINTEI ! I' ?LLINERY nMA2TLES,&.DRESS GOODS, Ladies' Tailor-made Jackets,` "" Ladies' Tailor-made Ulsters." Ladies' Paletots. Ladies TrinmcedBonnets & Hats. Feathers, .Flowers, Wings, and:Fancy .Orna m...

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FOOTBALL. BRIGHTON 23 V. RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 April 1888

FOOTBALL. --0- BlrIGI?'Ox 3 V. B.CIIIMOuND. To be played tins afternoon on the Richinond ground at 3 o'clock. Team : B?llantyne, Hayball, 'Hicks, Tcagiie, -Webb,' "Wrlight, T %Vilmot,, - Wyatt, Langley, Anderson, Pender, Temple ton,- -Wtsford (2), Dunn, Purse, Stewart,' Cx, Woods, "Friend, IMrrison. Ener3, lcC'ay.: onRT BirGHTON V. BRIGHTON. 2ND. . This match will be played this after noon on :. the Coast ground, 'The following.will represent the North who are requested to be on the ground at ,;30 sharp to elect a captain : Brooks, Barr, Callon, . Crook. OCunningham, Float, MIarsh, :Moor, ' McDowall,. F. Millar, C. Millar, Rowe (2), G. Reeves, J, Smith, J. Sheedy, J. Tate, J. Wise, G. -VWhitney, H. .Wehsack.; Einer gencies--Butcher, Webster, and Price. : The second atniml meetilun of the xorth' Brighton. Football Club *was held on Thirsdoy evening in the Fiee Library. There were ' upwards ý'of fifty'inembers and intending meiiibers piesent. The secretary reported that 13 inatches ha...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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MOORABBIN SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, APRIL 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 April 1888

MOORABISN lSHIRE COuNCIL. MIONDAY -APRIL 23. Present:--Crs. AbbotBurgess, Com port, 7Mills,:Renni sonirStaynor and Ward. Inh theiVbsenico'of the Pre sident who intimated through Cr Abbot that' h cotild not attOnd until about 4 o'clock, Cr Abbot was unanimously voted to the chair. MINUTES. , T'Jhciunites of lBst odiidiy meet ing, and so of. espcialmeetiug re te appointment 'of aite Collectors 5were read and: confirmed and theh secre tary's outward., coirespondence -read and approved of. COIRIiESPONDENCE' IN'iAnD S.. SFrom.tb, Secretanryof' Trades ild Customs, requesting to know whether or no the council had any' objection to have intrusted to them the carry ing out of the Fisheries Ac?t.-Defer red for further inforimiatio i: Fioi. C: L. Skinner; as :agent for Mesa's Harrisomi and Webb, asking the council' tod'gi4e"them the "align menfof aastreet odi which land cwned b)y the' latter w??s situated.- Not entertained . :. From C. J ai.cearilo;'e Cheltenhaiii,: asking:the council: to rtec...

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