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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 29 October 1887

Banks. 4iConsercial iBank of Australia (Limited) A?thorisid Capital .:.'.:. .. 3 ?.,000,000; 3ubscribed Capital; .. ... '. 2,500,000 Paid Up .1,000,000 Ile ere Funnd .570,000 HEaD Orrxc-s o 0COLLINS sT'.W.; . MELBOURNE. London dflice-Bishopsgate, St. Within, corner of Leadcnhall-street, E.C. BRI(HTON BrANCFI o h fiti": tý&` Cochrane Streets. agencies offid Btule isn nne, itlo'CestL - rates of celnchngc. . Bills Discounted and Advances Mlade. W. M'FarIlad. Manager.. ENGLI$II SCOTTISH ND. -rA AUST TRA' LIAN: 0H'ARTERED :B I'%A IiN ' - (Incorporated lbv oya'l Chrter iS-2) " Paid up Capit.l, with 'power to increase to £t 1 ,0,0::. .... ,:720,000 rleserve Linl ility ofSharcholders . Y720,000 Reserve fund ... ... ... 220,000 Eloernwiek iranch: G L EN- HUN TL Y OAD, (Near 'l:aihnn St ation.) Interest ailhio d?ie o:]n Fixel Deposits lit Iiihest Iates.) Drafts issued on the London ofllice Ilratlnclhes cti lcrits. c'tle Bllailk at Current .ates of Excliange. Dills Discosmited inid Adv...

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And District Record, The
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Sketcher. A ROGUE DETECTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 29 October 1887

:.-<.: {y ,. , . tcb? " . r , A IROGUE DETECTED. ?, After a grand 'dinner in Aleppo once, given ,by.,the English consul,.some of the silver ware used at the fte mysteriously dis 'appeared. Great: consternation prevailed, especially :amongst the servants, for they well knew that suspicion wouild rest upon them. Even the policemen-or cavasses, as theyare.termed in Turkey-who were in the house during:the feast, did not escape sus picion. After mature reflection upon the mishap, the consul. called the most intelli gent, of the cavasses. He questioned him. The cavass insisted that he did not steal the silver, and that he did not know who did. But the consul was a very good detective, and shrewd in his knowledge of men and things. He was also a cool-tempered man. He said to the cavass, "There is no use to swear. I am not going to change my bpinion. I have good reasons to suspect you to be the, thief, and I mean that you shall. bring my~silver to me within twenty-four hours, els...

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THE DOCTOR'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 29 October 1887

THE DOCTOR'S STORY. ---o:o "Yes," said the doctor, between the whiffs as he lighted his cigar, (he never smoked cigarettes), "yes -she-was-a-beauti-ful woman-my cousin, Edith Harrison; you knew she was my cousin didn't you ? I thought youdid. A sweet woman and a plucky one, too Did I ever tell you, Tip, that story about her being in a mutiny at one of the Southern forts once? No? Well, it's worth hearing." It was at the Care do Holder, and the big handsome doctor was always charming and genial over his cigar and "chasse-cafe." " She's a very quiet woman, is Edith, and you'd nevertihik she lhae .so much spirit in her.; Shic -ee.s ilueky . in doinig, ` I don't knoiw o much about the eudiring part of. it; some. women can do and `some.. can -bear; you know, and I fancy it takes just as much' courage for one as for the other. To see her now, with that face of planid content, and perhaps with some resignation in it too-for she has had her chbstenings, has Edith"-the doctor was rather Engl...

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Amateur Ballooning. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 29 October 1887

Ainaftearl Balloolning. As nearly as could be judged, I was more than a mile high, and all sounds from the earth had- ceased. There was a death-like silence which was simply aw~ful. It seemed to my overstrained nerves to forbode disaster. The ticking of the watch, in my pocket sounded like a trip-hammer. I could feel the blood as it shot through the veinsof my head and arms. Iy straw hat and the wil low car snapped and cracked, being con; tracted by the evaporation of the moisture in them, and by the fast-cooling tempera. ture. ::. . -I was compelled to breathe a little quicker than usual, on account of-the, rarity of the atmosphere. I became sensible of a loud, monotonous hum in my ears, pitched about on the middle 0 of the piano, which seemed to bore into my head from each side, meet ing in the centre with a pop; then foran in. stant my head would beclear, when the same experience would be repeatel. By throwing out small pieces of tissue paper, I saw that the balloon was still rap...

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CAULFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 29 October 1887

CAULFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27. Present-Crs. Newing (president), Ballantyne, Cotton, Griffin, Hartle, Holland, Langdon, Lane, Long, Looker, and Selby. MINUTES. Theminutesof lastmeeting and of special meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From the secretary of the Maffra Stock Tax Farmers and Glazier's Protection Society, inviting co-operation in getting a duty on imported stock, and other matters affecting their interest.-Received. From the Public Works Department notifyine the appointment of J. F. i'Dougall as the Government auditor for the Shire of Caulfield.-Received. From R. J. Johnson, Orrong road, calling attention to the' fact that an abominable practice -was perpetrated all most nightly by the nightsoil carters de positing their vile loads on the roads, and vacant lands in the shire. On the night of the 18th inst. the Orrong road, from Dandenong to the Alma roads, was liter ally'soaked th-htiri-h5rible stuff making' it impossible for any person to p...

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Humor. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 29 October 1887

Hard to Lose After All 'seventeen hundred lost umbrellas," said a bilious-look ing man in a lintel readingrooim, as he held in his hand a paper containang an account of .. anrailay sale of articles left in'the cars. "And y?it isn't-always an: easy matter to lose an ibrella7 Two weeks ago I started fromin iverina.:. On my .wayto the railway -: station I stdpped to say good-bye to a friend, : and a shower came up. " Take this old um-rn t.breDln,' bhc aid, ' and .throw it away .when you getto the station.' "I purposely left: the umbiella' in 'the ' waiting-room, but just as the train was drawing away from the platform the tickdt clerk came running after it and ioked the umbrella at me through an open window.: I e put out. my head to thank him for his : trouble, and my plug hat 'fell off and dis lappeared under the car-wheels. :,' Going out of the train in, Melbourne I was hailed by. a brakeman with ' Hi, there, you've left your umbrella.' I took the um. brella; thanked the man and gave...

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Miscellaneous. Silent Sorrow. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 29 October 1887

,?:: .: ?:f l ianeoiwue . Silent Sorrow. If she unclosed her lips and made her moan, . She would not be so weary with her woe t A liiburden shi-ed is lightened: erean so t The weight is heavier that we bear alone, , An anguish pent within turns hearts to c stone. f The fellowship of sorrow to' fore'g, t To suffer and be silent, is to know 1 The blackest blossom from the black-root Sgrown. And yet great joys and greatest woes are dumb. . Smallis the sum that reckoning can"com' The shallowse babble, ut the depths are - mute'-. :. The grealt mid sea our measure may not` plumb ;:: oting LoveiKingPain l Kig Deatb, in silence S-come;: - ; : . : And, meeting thd m, we silently salute. Opprobrious Epithets. - Strikes bring out the technical slang of the trades, and particularly the bplirobriodilsepithets by which toe different classes of b workmen distinguish the unskilled mnc who.llabor at 'the same trades;s?In most cases it will be found that these slang terms' origiiate" in: some. techni...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 29 October 1887

- 1Specia1 Advertisemen2: R?IGBTON FREE LiBRARY. OPEN TO THE PUBLIC DAILYFROM 3 to 5 and from 7 to 10 p.m. : S1IEMBERSHIP.-Any person can ble come a aleomber upon payment of- an annual: fee of Twienty'' Shillinig' , or a quarterly fee of Five Shillings (i 'either Scase in advancle) or can. become an Asso ciate upon the like payment in advance of an Annual Fee of Ten -hillingsi or a :quarterly fee of Three Shillings. PRIVrILEGES:--Each member is en titled to take two' volumes at one time from the circulatiig portion of the library for home perusal,, and each associate" to take one volume at one time for the'like SpurpOse. , . :. .THE READI'G -ROOI .is supplied -with the newspapers and magazines of the day, and with chessr, draughts and back scammon boards. : ' - T HE MEMBERS' ROOM for conversa tion and smoking, is reserved for membeirs only3 ' . 1 : . L I - . 1 : `,` ", STHE LADIES' ROOM is supplied with isuitable newspapers and periodicals and writing materials for ladies' use only....

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 29 October 1887

Congregational-11 Dr. Dale, 7 Rev. J.T. Rickard. : Presbyterian-Wilson-street;. Rev.D.' H. Ballantyne. Mentone, 11. Chelten? ham. 3 and Mordialloc 7; R: M'. "Fergis.` Elsternwick-11 and 7. Rev. ?. Hay.- :. Baptist Church Bay-street :Rev.: S. Howard 11, and 7. Salvation Army-11, 3 and' by mem bers of the Army. Christian Chapel, Brigthton' WVrship 11 a.m.; preaching p.m.s, Mr S. Green wood. Christian Chapel, Cheltenhain-Wor ship, 11 a.m ; preaching 7 .ni;, by Mr Goodacre. Union Chapel, South Brighton-3 and 7, Mr. Cromack Church of England-Twenty-first Sun day after Trinity. St. Andrew's, Brighton, Holy communion 7.45 a.m : Mattins, Litany, and sermon, 7 p.m. Holy Tinity, Oakleigh--l Mr. Looker, 7 Rev. J. Rust. East Brighton-11 Rev. J.'Rust, 7 Mr. Looker.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 29 October 1887

-Auctioneer Advertisement. .. Fralnk E. Edg-umbo, ESTATE AND FINANCE AGENT, 231 CHAPEL ST., WINDSOR., Bri:. nh Offices -MALNERN & ELSTERWICK Any of these UIlde rnentiiiead Properties~ cane be ý t BougIt O casTer s tSuitP hasers inre monthlyyre -.AI.nb o GCrotre -lck Villa S zxooms, ,athi pantr:y opper,,tro ongbhs, i enetinn -blinds; e!eotro bell, enselosd r d i: Leid 4' x 13S.-'1O 0, terms -Three minutes SAuburn Goace-?.rick Villi Ii roons; bath paintr, cnper, trouhbs, nclosed verandah. .Land 48 x 1.81 to right:-f-Say.. £900. MJount-c 1ty."Pleisintl Lo'.1 C:ottage , 4 ro :s,'th, pati hs 'hlt - -iri Lnd; , '-20 110 to right-of- ay. £350- £25 deposit, balance monthly Clarenden-setre --W.B. Gotngle, ,1 rdomsr. Land 40 x l07. £300; small deposit. I 5Malveru-road.-W.B.. .Villa, . rooms, bath, pantry, copper, trough. Lan:d, .: 0 100. Anbi rv-street--W.l- Cottage, 3 rooms, bath. Land, 15.6 x 25. £12 220 Anburv-strcet--ILrfid. S x 74, £2 per foot; Lind;, 0 198, 4 10 per foot North B...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 29 October 1887

LOCAIL ITEMS. an? ya uncement in nmother colhunn it will be seen that the Rev. Dr. Dale, the distinguished: Congregational. Minister from Birmingham, now on a visit to th's colony, will preach in the Brighton Con gregational Church to-morrow morning. Thosewho attend-may ,expect to hear a caholarly and manly, deliverance on a question that is sure to be of very great interest. If the congregation be as large as the reputation and abilities of the preacher are great, it will crowd the church. A collection in aid of thl funds of the Congregational Union and Mission will be taken up during the service. THE action brought against the Rail way commissioners by Mliss Herbert, of Brighton, for damages resulted in-' a vier aiet in her favor fur £3,500. The com missioners paid £1000 into court as full satisfaction butthejury tookamore liberal and wie mayadde iu~tab'e viuesof tlhe' case They also assessedtheli amounit due to Dr; O'Hara at £110, to Dr. Celytit, -It f`30; ad .to Dr Nutting at £1...

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The Leader. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1887. OUR ANNUAL CRAZE. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 29 October 1887

JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, ISS7. OUR ANNUAL CRAZE. Time time was when horse racing was indulged inifor the sole love of sport. Tah t dfay Tliis =gone by,; anid iiow~the nioving spriyg of the whole concern is tlhe desire to fatten onl -other peoples moii ney There 6could be no great harm in testing which hoire could 1ioke hiis niose in before another in a' squaie i:ae,' providing. imndue severity; and birlirarisni were not a;p plied ini the :shape of whip and-spur, but horse racing, as it is: t6-day, is little .better than a gigantic -swindle. The whole thing has become satur ated with fraud, and the public know it.. Recently it has been stated that over £20,000,000 changes hands annually over ,this so-called sport. Aoiunggmen-,ndcnaidenes old-r- men aid women, and even the prisoners in their cells: indulge their passion for gambling. Gambling overhorse-racing is certainly no worse in principle than some of the pious swindling at Church Bazaars. But this says little in its...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 29 October 1887

IIEALTII, BEAUTY.& COMFORT . For One Penny per week. Fosming Tooth Wash promotes the above. It is the safest, most pleasant, most effective, and most economical of all pre parations for cleaning theteethl. I is original and'unique.2 There is' nothiing like it. Price is per bottle, which lasts 12 weeks when used every day. J. H. NIEANN .AND o Co ,. Manufacturing and Dispensing Chemists, New-street, Middle Brighton, and Church-street, near Sta tion.-AvvT.] Special Advertiseuments. SRIGHTON GAS COMPANY LIMIITED. . ,The Directors of the Brighton Ghs Comn 'pauy have much pleasure in an - nouncing that their New Plant is Just Finisnied, and they are glad to say fully satisfies their expectation,'and will thereby enable them to still further. Reduce the 'Price- of Gas, "° s hPrice;ifll bu .ý Pe '7Ys M. per TIIOUSAND FEET. Tihey also anticipate increased consumption by troduction of S AS STOVES, Which they are prepared to supply at IMANUFACTURERS PRICES, and in future they will NOT ...

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novelist. DAYS OF CRIME AND YEARS OF SUFFERING AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY. (Reprinted from "The Australasian" of 1867 by Special Permission.) CHAPTER XXIV. THE SHADOW FOLLOWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 29 October 1887

Novelist. DAYS OF CRIME AND YEARS OF SUFFERING AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY. ------♦♦♦------ (Reprinted from "The Australasian" of 1867 by Special Permission.) ------♦♦♦------ CHAPTER XXIV. THE SHADOW FOLLOWS. I looked out this morning through my cell port upon the stormy waters. It was blowing a perfect hurricane. A tiny boat manned by two rowers attracted my atten- tion. The boat was trying to make head- way against the wind and sea. Bravely the rowers plied the oars, and nobly the tiny vessel mounted each threatening wave. But ever and anon a stronger blast than ordinary would sweep furiously over the waters, and backward the boat would be forced, despite the resolute exertions of those who manned her. For a full hour I watched the struggle, and at last I saw that the men gave up the contest in des- spair, for round went the boat, up went the sail, and away she flew before the con- quering gale. The rowers had contended long and earnestly, but the wind and the waves were stronger than their ...

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CAULFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 5 November 1887

CAULFIELD SIIRE COUNCIL.. THURSDAy, NOVEMBER 3. P resent-?? r. Tei' N ng .(president) Cotton, Holland, Lane, ILagdon, Long, Looker, and Selby. : The P:esident explained tthat this was a special meeting called for tli l.urpo-e of discussing.the New Loan Scheme and the Metropolitan Board-of \orks.-. Iith reference to the latter he was of opinion that-did inot concern the Caulfield Shireso omuch as it did the city of Mel : bourne It would be a tax for some tine` unpn theni` but o material benefit would encrue ifoorgsom limo e'at any: rate: 7 he ci?y of ;Melboiirne- in lthe Bill had one fifth of the voting power. I-rl otton thoitght.that, if they gave in thei:r dheatioito the ,echeme, they wiould be left n'o the Inc ha' `f They. had -tlre'tlv tinder cotemi latio ito speid £:5OOO, idd it.would be fair better to expend that sum tliemelves. If they joined in Melbourne would eet althe benefit and t Cailifield would hade toayised a:ite onil itxpence ic the poundfor ine'veral yearee? a?r Lne ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 5 November 1887

Regulating Children's Teeth will ensure beauty in after life. Scaling the Teeth improves the appearance and prevents decay. Stopping Hollow Teeth preserves them for. an indefinite period. Extraction is necessary when the teeth are tco much decayed for stopping. Artificial Teeth theh make an efficient su bstitute for the natural ones. - All the above Dental "works, repairs to plates, &c., &c. is now doise by J. H.' ,IEaxeasand Co., Dentists 'aid Chemists, at'their new consulting room, Cidrchi-strdet, uear Middle' Brightornstat tion. [Advt.)]

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THE MALE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 5 November 1887

THE MALE - CONCERT. A grand concert, in aid of the widow and orphans of the late Mr. Male, was held last Wednesday evening, in the Drillroom, Brighton, the attendance being very good and the programme presented carried through in a very creditable manner. The promoters, Messrs. Mackie and Ballantyne. deserve great credit for their exertions in brineing the aflfair to such a successful issue. The following was the full programme: - Pianoforte overture, Mr L. G. Cobbett; song, Mrs Halinbourg ; song, Mr F. ~ Icas'; song, " You can't do it," Mr J.. E. Mackie song, "The song for me,"' Mis Alwyn violin solo (with accompanimeiiE hy Mr L. G. . Cobbet) Mi V. Hack.tt; song, 'Sweet Home," Miss .Lindgren; snong STnusty as Steel ,"Mr Paul Kirz; song Miss Gerinaie ; trio, "Oft. in the tilly Night," Messrs V. C. Kennedy and Ha W. and Percy , Browne; song," Rose marie" Mr Lloyd ;. ong, " The Light far out of Sea," Miss Mary Finlay , song, It'lr in E tliah you kuow," Mr. A. Krone; pianoforte slo, Mn...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 5 November 1887

lnrlinglim and; l~righton ,rd; nd wawon byf the former by ten wickets., T1IGHTC -V:.. SOUTI itXI 'A1UiVWESLfEY Atri~ibton BchIte.alt drw es rI1 Ground Fir st inngs borne, 52 , Brighton, 6 wickets for-2 runs. - Patch continued same place today' :

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Matches To-Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 5 November 1887

HUBLIXGHAMP V" NORTH' BRIGHTON 2ND.-At" Elsternwick. H. teamn-Bauke, Burrows, Callow; Crook, .Clarkoe; Edwards, Gard, ;Grandy,¶eadoersonf Orerton. uand Rice. Emergencies--Virtue and Pongelly. SOUTH BRIGHTON V.o HURLINGHAi. Ox ground of former, whose team are-Tate, Rowe, Wchsack, Reeves, Cochrane, Leller, Woods. Float, Webster, Hooke and Pl'hipps. Emergency-Crook. SOUTII BRIGHTON V. CRESCENT.- Con veyances leave S.B station, at 2.30 sharp. S.B. Team--Miller (2), Float '(2). Hall, Spedding, Wise, Kenner, Moran, M-Dowd, and Baker. nRIGuTON v. RIcnnoND. RAnMBLERs. At Beach, 2.10. Team-Baulke, Ballantyne Boxshall; Desailly, Dunn, Everingham, Lucas, Mouritz, Spear, Sims, Thompson. BRIGHTON V. MELBOURNE 2ND.-Elevens continued at Drill Ground.

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OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 2. Before Mr Here P.M. and Messrs W. R. Looker, J. Jordan, and T. Irwin, J's P. INEBRIATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 5 November 1887

W \EDNESDAiY NOVEMHI1EI 2. Before Mr HIre P.3T. and Miesssra W.... I' Lroker, J. Jord:n,?" and .T. Iw;in, i's P. I IEEUI:I.ATES. Mai Allen was chiargd by' constable Gray with being driink and disorderly' and- slis ;c'ith insultin" behvlioir ,The- - arresting'i :constibe6 said M?I iy -as,: very. o' statingthat jhe imbibed rather too moth n uii the ioccisiuon of her chitd'a birthday.`. Ii let off this time she woiuld tl'ke the b plede tfor tw?i:e monitls. i The bench. 0 reminded her of tlhe dia.grcefill; ro: 'e ceedinge she had been so freqilently guilty Sof, and'sentenced, hler to 14t du}y e'im prisoiment. inaes Malotney anold o ender was charged !by ;tl sinheo oflicer with a siuiilai obllnce and had to stump tip ii imidi ote'. or go to gaol fori daps. l : iCi. or. IEOiLTESG - TONs. " Theopliltis Codve was proceeded. agsiast r by conistable Grar, otr bchalf of the Local Id Boardj of- ealth, for opening a public builidin:g itholt hiaving received per :,mission from the Central Board o...

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