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OUR OPEN COLUMN. [We do not necessarily endorse the opinions given expression to by our correspondents.] TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 April 1888

OUR OPEN COLUM N. [We do iiot necessarily endor:e -the opinions givcn expression to by our TO TUii EDITURi Sii .So nusici hs iob c isidiiswoll as written of b.late, Iiaboutoit .i s management of our r: railways , that ?I would scarcely, have troubled you; aithoughI-Ii-havo -frequently-ybeeir sufferer throgigli the. overciowding of the second class carriages between five iniid -sik:olb'ck iniitho.edvbiiig.h.) / It is quite trueo, however, tIIat the Railway Commissioners should know-if they do' ot r; alreadythiat'ldies" Ihein trivel!ing:a.lohesosr tha silburbanlines require protection. I had occasioij to go.to M[elbourno by the quarter,: pat. five traii on T'resdav when. thi' ear riages were rushed bly: a'gang of work men tat ':Elstori; vik, and ,?hien -we arrived at South. Yarra. another rush took place when'-fully .0 mein and three females werei crushed into i double o'pe compiartmesnt of a second class carriage. And as we lourneyed on thus packed together several of the men persist...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FRIDAY, APRIL 27. Before Mr Alley, P.M., and Messrs Sprigg and Elliot, Js.'P. INEBRIATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 April 1888

niivtY, APRIL t. before .Mr ,Alley, ,.? , an?'d ':Mears prigg and Elliot, JP P Itrennan:i .wvith being?r drunk land'-dis ordeilyi, was fined 10s oi 48 hours' isin li isonniintt,: aii anll ld oldier: nimned Mi hjoraAdams, said tolhave served : in theiiKaflir' wai-?,ivs fined 5s.,or,?;24 hobus'. for :insultingibehaviour: ;Coa stible: Wilsbn iaidi aiccused, iwho,4: for somle time past, -liad- borne a? 'good character, whilst 'under the influence of drinkbehaved himslf.in. an ,unseemlly man?en, in Centize?road, EYast Brigliton, on Thiursday evening He hiouad no desire fo pies the mInore erious ciirge, liutiwould-go, agaiUnst ccused "fo6 "in sultin" behavsoii Accused was isevere ly ;epr? maided and c?utioned "gainst. a repetition of the offence by ^ijl ';'J 1ii 1FE DE5ERtIO.. ;i5 S. IR. ]asnett, .on remand ! wyas clihrged: witli wife., desertion. .,l'lic evidedce adduced by prosecutrix, cor roblorated by her father was of a most painful nature, and showed that sac cised was a most heartl...

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

CRUMBS! SWEPT UP.: Parliament has ,been further- pro rogiued toTneaday, 27th May. The Hon. W. E. Hearn, LL.D., Q.C., and M.L.C., dean , of the faculty of law of the. UTiiversityvof .Melbourne, died t his resideiie at thie Meliourne University -at 3 o'clock on Monday morningH ' T 00A - . 3 : 1Ir Niimiino states that' he?ill 'iot be able to deal with any applications ifori special, grantsR;for.,ýroads.' and bridges thatlare.notforvarded to the uPiblic Works deoartmnent in wliting before the firstiof inet oilnth. M.:iMinistersarenow engaged in fram ung the estimates of their departments for the approacling financial year, in order to submnit them for the coni sideratioii of their collo?igues in Cabinet. • The officers wlho havoe been aentrus ted with the drafting ofthe pilans and specifications for :'the rechiimatioi i works in connection with the Elwood Swamp, find that the task' is.'one of such.magnitude that they,will: be unn ablee to comple t.o thoste ,documents for some time to co...

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 — 28 April 1888

T H J l DAY, 31 3 On the Ground, at Three o'clock.. aGUAMD SUBDIVISIONAL BLOcK, Containing dome of the Most Elevatcd and best BUILDING ALLOTMENTS With Large FRONTAGES TO THE NEPEAN ROAD And UNION STREET, Containing in all about i1 ACRES, Will b t dold-by ti.Actin, by Order o[ the Hun. Thos.- Bent; M.L.A., on thoe above it: ?:.date by And JOHN~ ON & APPLETON, Auctioneers in conjunction. 'articulars at theo-nlices of ceither of the suctionecrs, WALSTAB & SON, Auctioneers and Estate Agents, 1' Queen-st;,-elbourne,_,,t [ JOUNSTON & API1'ELTON, Ti0 Queeu Street, Melbourne. S1UR DAY, HAY At Ilooms, 4Z3 Swanston Street, .t NOI:ilD i:PRIG ITON FAMILY) RIIESLIJ.ENUI.:.l; _-'and intl blIGK ,,.;, , A. COTTAGE, I [ t ( With Aclre .2 lools,') j ecarly opposite residece'of ., W. K, Thomson, Esq. Cochrane Street, North Brighton. > =. JC:.J:I& T.:IHAM;;a In conjunction with,- ;i S.P SIMMONOStI?? LUv re?i-cealA, iLtrOucton, CtmitL th owner to sell by. public Antitu...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LEADER. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1888. RAILWAY FACILITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 April 1888

,THE LEADER. SXLTUlTiDAY, APRIL 28, 1888. RAILWAY:_ FACILITIES,. Duitxso tih, ptist'nontih or so largely attended mictings have :becn held at )Dandenoifg, Mnordialloc.?rlentone, and eitonlimoni:i tibtaice intilo co' hial*.tisi i,s tle desirability.of adsioteitin the con= sttuction of a line of railway froni Daiideionog, coniecting with the itlor dialloo line and thence to Saiidringhami. Doubtless, a line:-from nDandenong to the sea-board, or sather to Sandringhami would lic an mmenise boon` to 'the I?s dloitstof thc irIlst-naniied pluce, ne d it would espcialsly in the sumimer season be well ..patroniscd .. ringing its thousandls to eet ia-liptpse, of the bay or i'l dip iii its briny water's: ]hut con ing.i niosr:e: holei :tihe residents of Maorlialloo, or it lIeist the majority of them s.ecnu to "bd ;coitented, "evein if the linie:be' sot: lapiped jiist;at'their doors and will consider their.wants .amd requiri?iieIIeIIts ininily nit: ,y tlhe june tion being atI thei most "conveicll...

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 — 28 April 1888

Drapers and Grocers. YORKSHIRE H.O US.E, yGlen Hunily-Road,~i} ----Near the Railway Station Elsternsvick. --0-- ROBT. BYERS, )In thankinsg bhis numrou .patrons' of Elsternwick, Caulfield, Elwood, Bala clas; St.-Kilda; Brighton, etc.4etc:.forT the favours conferred upon him iduring the first Six Mdnths he has been in .-Business in-the-above-Suburbi-begs-to inform them that eho has determined on Seolling te'blalnce of.his Sui S;Su Er STOCK,. , Of Drapery,. Hosiery, -Millinery,, Gents' SShirts; Hats;' Ties~ Glos, 'etc., at . Prices which are. bound to ensure a Speedy Clearance. -0 All Goods marked in Plain;Figures. :; it H. B, having made a apractiseeof S-bolding; sno .stck lover aniitil following season, can confidentially state that his Prices Defy Competition. " Dressmaking: in ali its branches. Fit and 'Style Guaranteed. ' - :UsDERacLOTNsm A SPEcIlir. Foun W?EEKS SALE - CO?J3IENUING "SRTUDA"Y. Address ROBERT BYERS, Glon Huintlyl Road, Elsternwick. ELST-E'RN WICK' GROCERY 1ST ORE. W...

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

Ranks. (omeiiueral Bank or Australia (Limited) ;Authorsed Capital 'l000000 Subscribed Capital ~ t,.50o.000 iPad Up, •.000,000 .erea Ade" iemnt iG00,000 E AOP CE-30 COLLINS ST. W., SIMELBOURNE. ,London Office-Blshopsgate St. Within, icorner of Leadenhall-street, oE.C. BRTGHTON BRANCH corner or Bay & Cochrane Streets, Inter st allowed on FIXED D)EIPOSITS highest current rates. w. i it, arln?? . , . '' .D1iAb* fon on. offi;rade, Manager. .1 Spec?al Advertisements. A. JOSLYN, HOUSE - PAINTER - AND : . DECORATER, 17 COMMERCIAL PAAD, 17' Prahran, NRaA THE BArKES', 'ON' SALE, LOWESTl PRICES: TRAbE SUPPLIED. P aperhagings, Leads, Oils, Colors ai rnishes; Glass. and Sizes, ALL COLORS. Caustic Soda, Shellac, Brushwoare, Spirits; &o. &2.. - Glazing, for the;Trade. Produce Merchants. Brighton Produce Store _oand - Woo'd and Coal Djepot =T BRADLEY AND SONS, Late ,. L. Macartney, rsAY STREET,. - BRIGHTON C (Opposite' the BaptistChrce i), }.HAS in STOCK and for SALE, at the...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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ENGLAND AS IT IS. (Concluded from last week.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 April 1888

_ENLA?ND "A8 S , IT IS....-.. '!,? (Cioncluded from' last week:) Between the workerof the meotropolls and'of the country there -is a giat f~liflerei co, particularly .in.:. religious miatt'ers,for the provincial working men leaders certainly are identified .sn ror.less.with-religious -belief. On the,: other, hand,, the London man is pe.haps thie best "all round," ..thiough he is'far behind his provincial mate in matters of : organisatiori, aird,'; owiig 'tb the gr:ait difficulty of gettingiit all the working men in the metroplihs fqidckly; aiiy combinedil co-operation amonoigst them as a. body his never proved the success ,it as, in provinicial towns. One' good .feature which is comiilon to all is the inrovcmenet in the existing relations between emu ployers; iid oinploj eimu , .'rue,y have striksgito deplorie; but these areil not now accompanied by outrages ,which ini id? i-tliesod' coilbinatiodii"' s~ formuidaibl6 before the 'Uionistook the ,laco of''"Sbcret'i "Socie'tices.,, The ...

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

S:. ; . Auctioneer. W': R., LOOKER-& SONS, 81 'Collins-st. East, (Neat to Victoria Coffee Palace) .. - WIT -. ,1B ranch Oilice'at -Okleigli. : iTrust moneys to lend in large or small s:umswithout delay at lowest currentrates. S.,Valuations promptly made. Auction sales of property, stock, and 'furniture. Rents, interests, and' dividends collected. Having been appointed the Eastern Branch Agency of the Guardian Fire Assurance Company of London, we can effect Insurances at the lowest current iates. ':We have somine 100 properties on our books, among which are the following. i 4. Farms. 'MUrioAVE--2, miles' from'--oakle:s-h; S-12a?c?re, p?i- orchard in full bearing, .tnice.leabterly slope,. all 0lirtree -propertyice, £360. Terms easy. NARREE W1YR cL-N-Fronting Wellington road and another road, 120 acres box timber, good grazing land, 5 miles from station. £5 per acre. FERN TREE GULLY-Fronting Emerald road, 153 acres, splendidly improved, growing grand fruit crops and hops. Price...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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THE ANNUAL HOLIDAY: HOW TO BENEFIT BY IT. No. 10. CONCLUDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 April 1888

THE ANNUAL:HOLQLAY;: HOW TO BENEFIT BY IT. - lTy.bx cI.ii. J i]) *':so • .'.UoO LU ll . , .-, .. .. . 'A :ollolc of sil volatil ?is-isofil. iii ianiy ways--for fainitness. acidity :of tlheiseureieonjs, citmion 'Elds &.: it sl?liodthllrefr ala ys find: a'placo, well secured in a stoppered bottle, in the maedicine chest.: Care ought to be tikein lduing an anaiiitni ho] iday not to expose any" portioii?f the body l draiughts when heated and fatigued. .If cold is thiis caught,; ani extra or ra :'iriicr-(tlaiii6l shlould ;be *worn. ,the at' night- ut hot water and mustard, a s ; leepingl draught should be talket-no it a narcotic from the chem ist-,but simply'a bittle of lemonade with a little god b' w ii0i ly iir it. Put ai, exi'ta libllnket on the bed,: take an an aporie t pill. and r next day, guard -- tiu eoplue.,arnetronbledrtidnang thie l".untiliToliday, especially if the weaither be very warni with w.hat is ki'owni :is prickly, heat- the skin 'of tlhe arils or olihit licome...

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A MODEL TOWER OF SILENCE. (PALL MALL GAZETTE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 April 1888

A MODEL TOWER OF SILENCE. (PrAL MALL OAzrGIR.) The Berlin Anthropological Museum bas received a present of a very valuable end Interesting nature, through the genero-lty of a Persian banker. Sir Jamuedji Jijibbal, a mondel of one of the 'towers of silence" in whlch the Parsees bury their deed. An. cording to the religion of the Zoroastrians the three sacred elements, fire, earth, and water, are not allowed to be desemrated by dead bodies, whlobh, accordingly, are given to birds of prey. For this purpoes, high round towers are built on the bills, which have a circumference of 300ft. At the top of the tower I a platform sloping towards the centre, where a cistern 150ft deep Is pieced. The platform is divided alto three equal parts, set apart for the bodies of men, women, and children. As soon as t/e nakedoorpses have been placed, fleoke of vultures, which are always hover ing round, begin their ghastly meal, and before long only the bhere bones are left These are swept into the cister...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 April 1888

Hnmta Wants. Perhaps the most universal want .is a definite knowledge of "how to make money's the meximum of production from a mtoti mom of labour is the soundest, sa also the moat wealthp.roducing princile to work. Now, the celebrated Professor Liebi states : -" The coming generation will coneider those men the greatest benetactore of mankind who devote atl their efforts to utilise and save the nightsoilof our citis." This is positively being done throughout Geelong, where all night soil is treated with Hunter's wonderful disen ectant, and a rich, pure, aend odourless latiliser is produced thereby. Every house. holder should use it, at least for safety from typhoid, etc., if not for profit, and for the destruction of those abominable odours which are otherwise inseparable from closets. drains, and back premises generally. Sold in tins for nursery and sick room, and in begs at one-third the cost for general use. Ohemist., grooers, etc.. keep iL--(ADvr.) There is more money in the br...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OAKLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, APRIL 26. Present:—Crs. Thompson (president), Wilkes, Willis, Leonard, Lavidge, Armstrong, and Marshall. MINUTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 April 1888

1··---- ----·--o-----·--:·; ~- ·1. :OAKLEIGH.SHIRE COUNCIL, Presen t: -Cr Tliomnpson (president). W ilkose, /Willis, Leonard, ,dLa'idge; riead and coinfi -ind `O.'-.: 9oRRESPo?EC .: onithc' iider 'Iuic:isor foe wardls inm voiicher for the sum of Lt662 7?s'1 d as thid oi;eument subsidy fodilid yeri.-Received ', : ?? -.; : ;{" 'rom' thlic Shir ofr]loroondtit ask ing the council to co operate with thmi I inu urging1 the Coilniitssionirr:;of lRailt ways to -rrange `for ?the 'construction of the outer circle'ofi'r-iilway etwieein OQ-kleiglih id d' bilebt well heifoie the close of the.vear.-Graunted, .thelpresi dentfi to '?ct'if ri?ie?ssaitry on behilf ' of the couiicil: ." 1' ' From- Arthur Kelly, cd liig." ;tten tioneto the state o6f tlhe ci.osin, : fioi? ;\llihnton"road into his p?operty .?a Hazel' ioruve DandenonD' Creek.-To 'be'attended Stcp:ieit; 1un ird extension of tiinie.on Is s;contract i1i account r of the :dilliculty off: gettingi materials for same.-Granted; ,, Fioin ` Colk -...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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SALES OF PROPERTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 April 1888

SALES OF PROPERTIES. .,lessrGs., G rigg, , anid ,. Kimberlsyir rep?orti h ng dld' olun Satirdi fya stale of allotnuerios' i iin'th (Coitre Estate. 11iddle 13rlightoiin. 'I'ho prices ranged as follows :-Curner of (arpzinti r and Niow ~tiects U:li 2's lid pcr foot; .'ar; pentor stiret fronti~4?,;:iLS 7s Gd.; .I, is id; T1, andd-L; Il s 6d liper foott New sLreet frontages, LI- .'s li;i L:.is and tl"2 17sgl td pei root, the latter: ht aing v'* varsliiillow ,depts W Cl stieet frontfiges I:if 7' d per foot ' and CIaviuass istreet;?.3 t17s l. :,.3 las, 1,:; I0Id L.L?. 7s tld pc?rfoot, total] anmo ut realised, [1.ll1 Its 9d. T'ILey also ,solh privately -.- ,!ock-of land in M[ill.street, Brighlto, or ,the sum uof L.- , T otal a?nouint of sales, h lavdi .,hld:oni Siutuiilad nfternooii '. ,al oif illotiuedittnt i3nTi'sh arses'ic South Preston, thi. total sales being IL b;951: I12s t, i; and iin the Ialuwksburn Estatie ai ninbetrof nmansion anid villa ,sites fort. :i totil 4if 4 9':12 as 1lid. ...

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

8 8f ;LOCAL J ITEMSE% Our lnembedFaiidlesidor6f chi Opposi tion in tlhe Legislative Assembly, is to be .eitertainedat difineion Thursdda, May J0, in tile supper-room of the Masonic iJallu i, " inrecognitioun, of hs, personal : critsf and 'public, services. The ar -tee~ cdiprisin ci're, th'a'uii''' a o mlmf,`OCt-b* neiberas.of.l,~islatie. Assembly, ,janid .' ..-'i6th'r-l?i tmen of the.dietrict-have also expi~sed a desire to joiii thi co?i mittoo. The dinner is not to be regarded as a party demonstiatini. ieprescnta tives of all sections of politics have inti mated their intseitiouif of bciigc present, and ticketii imay be obtiincd from several of? Mr Bntit's'fricids'.. It was thought by some that on this occsion ilMr -]3nt, would foreshadow the general policy of tile Opposition during ,next session, but *as yet'honi. members of tile Left have not met to discuss' tih political qijcsiijis which are ilikely:tob occupy the tinu of lParliamenit this year. It is authoritatively stated that...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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GENERAL GORDON ON POLITICS AND SOCIETY. (PALL MALL GAZETTE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 April 1888

GENERAL GORDON ON POLITICS AND 8OCIETY. (PALL MALL GAZETTE.) In General Gordon'. newly-published "Letters, to His Sister" (Macmiloan). the references to mundane politics are rare, but there are some, and those of considerable interest. THE DECADINCE OF ENGLAND. Here, for instance, is General Gordon'. views of the prospects of Englana:- "I declare the products of Great Britain have terribly fallen off. You can never get a good thing nowadays. You were and are aterested in the Eastern Question ; but, my dear Augusta, I feel sure it is nearly over with us. I hope it may come after our day. but I think we are on the decline. It is money, money, money with us. We put lime in our cotton, and are full of tricks in every trade. You may see it yourself In the thnlogs you boy. It may be fancy, but to my mind, for the last fifteen years our product. havdeteriora?eLd. Now. faluebood in trade shows want of morality in the nation, and whenmorality-that is. honesty --i lacking, the end is not far ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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GOSSIP FROM THE MAGAZINES. (PALL MALL GAZETTE) "O[?]IDA" ON CIGARETTES FOR DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 April 1888

- OS?BIP WOM HBE MAGAZINB,. (PArO mars oMza. s ). " ownID"A oN ChIoARtsIsa WO DIWanL . Wrlting I "The Womaws Weld," "apropos of a dinner." *Onia' derfnds her habit of giving her gueste cigarettes after the rOd, and urges other emtertalmers to follow It. Thib is not becanae "Onida" herself mok., On the contrary, she hu nevermoked, and she think It "a silly and injurious habit:' But, she says, "so men are constituted mowadayn, they are not happy without smoking; they do not talk well without it; and tharefoer for pity's sake, let them amoke ! and if Turkish cigarettem come is after the rkie there i no excuse or occasion for that afterdinner smoking which in England keeps the men d kinng by them. solves in a very gross and barbarous manner, and in every other country makes them take themselve away from the drawinroom to the smoking-room at intervals t heat he evening. No spectacle corms a foreignea's Inva?ablae l?presions of the want of politaeum in Eagland like that proeeloon of a doz...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DEAD MAN'S ROCK. THE FINDING OF THE GREAT RUBY. A ROMANCE BY Q. BOOK II. CHAPTER VIII. (CONTINUED.) TELLS HOW THE CURTAIN FELL UPON 'FRANCESCA: A TRAGEDY.' [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 April 1888

DEAD MAN'S ROCK. THE FINDING OF THE GREAT RUBY. A RoMwasw a Q. BOOK IL CHAPTER VIIL. (CoNrnme,.) TELLB HOW THE CUBTAIN ELLr UPON * &acEC?s&A : A TRAGEDIT I do not know who composed the overture. It is hanuated by one exquisite sirrenespsd, fading into vriatiotoa then reisingonee mce enly. o snt=t o thawteadee acd ýa mi,.or tar? I bhvs heard it bat sdwiness l but the ussei of it is with me tothis deay. Then, as I bheard it, it carried me back to the hoar when Tom and I eat expectant in this same theatre, ne trembling for his play's success, I for the eight of my love. Pour Tom I The sed melody wailed upwards as though it were the voice of the wind playing about,his grave, every note breathing pathbos or ?nspiring in tremulous anguisb. Poor T1m ! Yet your love was happier thean mine; better to die with Claires kise warm upon the lips than to live with but the memory of it. The throbbing music had ended and the play began. As before, the audience were without enthusiasm...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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THE GOLDEN HOPE. A [?]OMANCE OF THE DEEP. 'I [?] a dre[?] that was not [?] a dream.' (THE RIGHT OF TRANSLATION IS RESERVED.) CHAPTER XLVI. (CONTINUED.)—THE NEW DAWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 April 1888

THE GOLDEN HOPE.' .? OKA_01YI,-oE OF THU DEP. Aemoamil t as vanlst e a drm., fitr W. wr e m a lss Re ts+r, B:xiour or TiaNgLe slo Is REBEIZED.) ~Cutey XVIn., OoEiraD.)-Tae New Whea diner wasr aed, Forteecue stole of:ty to Agatha's done to ascertain if she wna awake, Not hearing her he h noisealesel peeped in ad observed her in deepeleep. If ver love is stirre5 in the food heat of a man it is when he laes over his beloved, watching er face i slmmeber.. Whatever of sweanees r loveliness there is, whatever of gentleness, of explession, of womanlyr purity of line. et, :is chastened into deeper eloquence of aspect by the serenity of sleep. Agatha lay ii? er bhnek. with her cheeks resing on her -- "' race towadse the cabin door; the ifgh tenshine flowed in speoklieg geshig throug h. bullseyte and scuttle, but so aean deny, owing o the alleas of the points of admisson, w to mellow rather than ille-mi the, atmosphere of the berth, so that oust mbh a light rasted noon the girl as the en-ehan...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A WOMAN'S TREACHERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 April 1888

WOMAN'S TREACHERY. Br Mrs. E. BUREE COLLINS, IN TIIE' FAMILY STORY PAPER.' The family portraits of the Lesliea gazed down upon me from their frames in the great cheery hall, where I awaited Judge Leslie's coming. Saoh .a pleasant hall, running through the centre of the old Soutbern mansion, and ending in a stained glass oriel window which threw gorgeous lights fpr down the Inlaid floor, dotted here and there with Persian I stood before the fire-a great, crackling light.wood fire, auh as one es only in the South-and waited for the coming of my fate. I-Edgar Avenel, M D.-young and poor; yet in all the arrogance of youth, I bad some to the Leslie mansir thas morninol l to ask of its owner the hand of his da?ghter Sn marriage. He made hi appearuane at lat-a portly, wI hite.haired man, who bade me a oordial welcome. " And so the Babioon was erossed, and Ilaid bare my hopes and fears, the mad hope that some day, even though far in the flure, sweet Lillian Leslie might become my wife. He l...

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