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A CLEVER SCHEME. DOUGLAS ADAM, IN THE SAN FRANCISCO NEWSLETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 5 May 1888

.DOU.GLA ADA.; rD(,, 8,, B FASCC 1O 'They": mefege i f'things bater, in .ases.' gra a boa ho Die, 1' ,piely ejaen. latd -. Daigneun, as e inod at the door of bl ow.n op, mear the Liaske, fnishing the aesont in the Journal" of a sooessful ewsl robbesy' 10onIdon. " SThe story iteeetedeb hlm proresmonally as a jewelli h?m.elf, while - a good pitriot hae could net help os.eatuleing hbis ?untry on Its superior police system. Bt at this point something n the street attracted the worthy man's etiseton, ftor he .exlamed, proba to' hlms as there was no one else within 'earhot: 'There hae agal UIh looke this way I shalln eerinly do' myself the honour. of -owing to the good father ' f The object of this Intended honour 'was a portly sbleauatle, on the opposite side of t th'way, whose merry eyes twinkled good bumo?redly in rubicund fa that pro claimedits owner no hbarh ascetia. His cleral grab had rather a eountrilel cot, and 3I. Daigneau, who had obesrved him passing requently of late, put him...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 5 May 1888

Stol II y o:.^ .'' e? lte.ea:.,e ;:. :.,i i; e and:l xiticng :Tale, c! BOBEBT LOUIS STEVENSON, The - Shr of I* Trere Isman, etc. THE OUTLAWS OF TUIiSTALL FOREST: ,':::,ROMANOE OF THE OLD WORLD. "i;. " Bem6iien' to dthe es??trt llicog mlster ofl neme ed to the, ?pleon? of Seat he adds the W eSe1t57L of De Qutioy Mr. Stevenaon'a tale pthblye eommand wider circle of readere than those odeenthervissgwriter. The preseaeets aeneethe I sa?Ld? t eak tothealdzorthe Waeof the B(es, when a davitwe was the daily matter of laglish Dif Ia Whether e st?rr llofldeont, a pictlre of charseter, 7 O? ra staMlg reviiSclasion of-. tSagied of the i M; iddlee{e, M( e innd of Bobl Hood and of Frlu I THE OUTLAWS OF TUNSTALL PORESBT c :il eompe with my novel pblished l thbltgene a. Y-w_,o. a ' e eright of eepbliehlieg The Oteawe of Tuntainl ' reit ln Vlotori ha* been secured by pecal it eee.egan withh auhr, and va essapwill El ,nae the stoy to he peuballad h e calmea -etnonely With its ?eppearmce Ia negland e...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRIGHTON TOWN COUNCIL. MONDAY, APRIL 30. Present—Councillors Bent (president), Huntly, Egan, Walstab, Francis, and Burrows. MINUTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 5 May 1888

a· BRICHTON TOWN 'COUNCIL ! IPrseint-CoiincillorsiBent (president), Huntly, tEgi??l; X\Salstab, i rancis, and Iurrows. r iINUTES. i The minutes of last ineietin; were read and confirmed, and :thbc Town Olerk's" :outward ooriespo?inddile approved 'of COIRRESPONDENCE.. Fr om the: lion secretary Brighton Free a' Library,? acknowledginx`i the receipt of council's letter iitli cheiue enclosed and staling tlat -'sUcl' vould' bel laid '.hfoie !tihe next ieeting' of the committee'- leceived. From Mlessrs Iarmer und Darlvall, solicitors: foi '"Mr, W?V: Snook re the alignmiuent of;the streetheir: is : pIro-' perty.-Referrcd to Public: Wi.ks Cdmninittee ... rom C. F. . Kirklhanm n oii bellf of thh Elsternwick Improvement Comn mittee, calling the' couiicil's attention to the st'ite of:the draintio.ý'flowiiign throuogh.Elster Creel between New sti and the Point Noei?oadtas ailsh th defective railing ', f the b liiddg.-e Referred to ithe sui:eyor to reorto From H. R. Reid, Elsternwick, T. R. Brou...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 5 May 1888

FOOTBALL --0 The North Brighton journey to South St. Kilda this afternoon to try conclusions with that club. The fol lowing are requested to be at the North Brighton station not later than 2.20 to proceed, by cabs:--Brooks, Barr, Callow, Crook, Butcher, Cun ningham, Float, Marsh, Moore, McDowell, F. Millar, C. Millar, Rowe, Reeves, Sheedy, Smith, Solan, Mfastin, Wise, and Whitney, Emergencies Rowe, Hastings, Ruddle. BIROIITON V. FEIINSIDE. To be played this afternoon at the Beach. Ballantyne, Grout, Hicks, Byers, Wilmot, Lindgrow, Watsford 2; Templeton, Everinghaiu, Mindock 2, Cox, Anderson, Raberts, Stewart, Pender, Langley, Webb, McDowall. BRIGHITON 2ND. V ORMOND. At Alees Paddock. Enery, Fraser, Petley, Rae, Reed, Ower, Small, Wright 3, Wenbourne, Lister, Maher, Huddartt, Friend, Klemmer, Stirling, Wilson, Du Frayer, Pye, Ruddle, Maskin, Wyatt, Griffin, Ryan.

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 5 May 1888

LAWN TENNIS. --0-- _-0 At a meeting of secretaries of tennis clubs held last Monday evening at Young and Jackson's hotel, the Cheltenham entered for the junior trophies and arranged the following matches : Miay 12 South Brighton Cheltenhaui . 9 Crlton Carlton (Trophy) June 2 Richmond Richmond (Trophy) ,, 6 Clayton Clayton . ,, 23 Oakleigh Cheltenham (Trophy) July, 7 Melbourne .Melbourne , 14 St. Kilda . Cheltenham (Trophy) ," 28 South Brighton S. Brighton Aug.' 4Richmnond - Cheltenham ,, 11 Trinity College Trinity . . (Trophy) ,, 18 Gascoigne i ascoigne ,, 25 South Yarra Cheltenham (Trophy) Sept. 1 Clayton. Cheltenham ,, 8 Ormond College Ormond Col. (Trophy) 22 Kew Cheltenham (Trophy)

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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MALVERN FOOTBALL CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 5 May 1888

A ALVERL .FOOTBALL CLUB The fifth annual meeting of, the above club was held on Friday, April 27, there being a good number ,of the members present, and the chair was taken by J. Gairdner. Esq. Owing to the unavoidable absence of Mr. G. Dixon, who acted as secre tary last year, the minutes of last meeting were not read. From the reports presented it was sh-wn that the members on roll num bered 30, and the balance in hand from last-year was £1 11s 6d. In regard to' last season's matches, out of 15 played 8 were won, 4 lost, and 3 woere drawn. The all-round prize (the gift of T. Williamson, Esq.) was woi by Mr. J. Mahony, The election of office-bearers for the ensuing year was then proceeded with and resulted as follows :-President, A. E. Clarke, Esq. ; Patrons, R. G.: Benson, Esq.; WV. H. Randle, Esq.; J. King, Esq.; J. Dalby, Esq.; A. Noel, Esq.; J. Gairdner, Erq. Vice presidents, G. Heywood, Esq,h; W. Phillips, Esq. ; D. Hall, Esq. ; A. T; Alway, Esq.; Hdckie, -Esq.; T. Williams, E...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 5 May 1888

AGRIOULTRAL. NOTES. ts '% i ,nothion Oa`;;t upS: from the ermngdisltritea. :Thlngs ontinuonemuh the ah same ma usual, Ploughing torotprogresalg dig at allatisfaotely, and is only on fallowed in fields tha any sowing has yet been done. diI The autumn rains are unusually late this de season, and it is feared that the area under tO olltintlon, In onsotqunee, will not boes h great as last year. Lae year, it will hbe rncoueole, heavy raes ll in the months of February and Mareb, uad oy the meathb of April there was -abudanee of uen- dii Stoff in the Melboroo market. Very few i.rmers have managed to growgreenstuff this e mason. Dairy farmers will feel the loes of ve the unoal supply of green fodder as the cold of lb winter approaobes. The outlook at present pa is not very promising for either the farmer or 4; greater, and agreat many people fer that we p are going to have a cold and dry winter. ve On the 20th of August next it ,will be ex actly twenty eight yearesince thememorable expediti...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 5 May 1888

JAMES MITCHELL, Bookseller, Stationer, & News Agent, KOSKY'S BUILDINGS, HIGH STREET, MALVERN, Late of 104 and 334 Smith Street. Collingwood, Being assured of the want of a good Bookselling, Stationery, and Neweagency Business In the District has opened at abnve address with a toll and well-selected stock. He trusts that by attention to business, selection ?od quality of goods, and lowness of price to ensure support and respecttlgly c:cicits an early call ,N.B.--All the dailyan4 ~ceel? ppprsand English periodicals kept on hand. -- Agent for the Argus. PIANOFORTEg0Jlga PIANOS! PIANOS ORGANS! ORGANS! . W. R. FURLONG, Professor of Music at the Melbourne, Teachers' Training College, HAS. ON SALE I AL 1T O.95: By Bechsiein, Ronisch, Schiedmaper, Lipp-. Aucher, Bord, Schroer, Wilmer, &c. i Agent for the Celebrated _ MIGNON, PIANOS, CLOUGH and WARREN ORGANS, &c. N OTICE THE EASY TERMS Instrument Value Cash, £45; Monthly Ilnstalments, one year, £48. . If required the ...

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CRICKET. BRIGHTON CRICKET CLUB. BATTING AND BOWLING AVERAGE, SEASON 1887-8. BATTING AVERAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 5 May 1888

CRICKET. -o BRIGHTON CRICKET CILUB. BATTING AND BOWLING AVERAGE, SEASON 1887-8. BATTING AVERAGE. Name. O. of Times Hihstotal Aver Name. ln ot out -,score. Iruns. age. Smith, N. G. 8 111* 327 40"8 Turner, E. 12. 2 115 388 38.8 Stokes, G. W. .8 61* 206 2567 Sims, W. 16 4 56 236 21"4 Lucas, F. 9. 58* 174 19"3 Dunn, H. 14 4 49 178 17"8 Sheffield, H. 4 40 63 15"7 Bealke, H. 12 1 34 137 12"4 Cochrane, J. 4 ,; 28 60 150 Ballantyne J. 17 5 28 138 11.5 Thompson, J. 16 2 34* 146 10.6 Enery, B. 17 2 53 140 9.7 Roberts, J. 5 15 36 7.5 * Signifies not out.; BOWLING AVERAGE. Name. I Balls I Runs I w'k'ts I Av'r'ge Dunn, H.. 544 208 25 86 Enery B. 720 325 32 10"1 Thompson, J. 686 259 25 10"3 Stokes, G. W. 18 89 7 12.7 Turner. E. I 298 135 8 116.8

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MORELL INFLUENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 5 May 1888

MORELL INFLUENCE. Whate 'in . name? Why, eveqthing. Hies Sir oll oe. Mackendzie refusing an eff-a morelt certainty--ol six .thousand . poinds from a leading cit zen of the Unised istai (who is evidently a thorough believer iinhs doct(o)rine) for a professonal visit on - -other eas e of the herring pond. Hops on uknowon diecijilee of ,Esculapiu,. such r ward msay yet oe yours. Bs yIou must hve patienct-treat Patients i

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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THE DEMON BOY AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 5 May 1888

TH E DaEMON BOY AGAIN. Gr?0 dma: Now, don't cry any more, Timtodore. Rle'e a beautiful rattle fo you. Tae it, and go quietly to bed. thbere a dear littl pot; and don't make another mond, or youll wakeyour ma and the new baby. e . Tb Dmou r o? : ?h'a. I don't want'7o0 _attle,Granoy. I'm too bi(g lorraltlee. ou bring that uglynew baby; I want to play at cdowr in the pantomime with is. Paing it qulc, too, or I'll bellerorful. ;G,: You naugbly, wicked boy, I'll fetch you papa to you.on .Te D. B.: Yah You do; and I'll tell im what a lot of glasse of wineyou've had to-day. I was watchin' yer, Granny, every time you went to the dinin'rnom cabinet,

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FRAGMENTS OF FUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 5 May 1888

FRAGMENTS OF FUN. The late.e "fad" in New York is club fr the pet ,doge of Fifth Avenue If it is a hUge ard club, flll of knot, it will be a good "Hi Beet Aid.--Geutleman: Uncle Zeke, I theie'his been a good deal of discussion a lately as to the best way to raise chickens. Wowr you ve got a beeneer. What do you adia? your bees aid? Uncle Zeke: I'ee ral relied 'pon de padlock, Mitassb Genas MA: 'Ye. Oharley ; tour fiancee it verytretty. I used to look like that when I 'Yovuo man (to messenger boy)-' What did the youg ldy say when ton gave her the flowerwr? Meteenger boy-'She askedL the young fellow who was sitting on the porch with her if he didn't want some fora button hols.' -Mas A.-' I see you have got a new ear vaut.' Mre B.-' Yee; I make it a point to get a new one every mouth.' 'But that must be.very inconvenient?' 'Yes; but there is nothing going on in this town that I don't esar all about.' 'Le. us dine together.' said the native king to the missionary. ' With great pleasure,...

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"NO SMOKING." [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 5 May 1888

' NO SMOKING." A d O.eu oncild moan rgecrdsd by "The Le' Corre.pondeat a indioative of respect p id by the imme~ne nem b:lle io the erreetr of Berlin to tn. ,imory of the dead Kaiser. It was e itsoe-ly cold d,, amd the orowd stood for hours together in the pieccing froet. Bnt no one lln ked. "One or two forgot thlmelves, o?bt a general about of aiobt rauctbe I' made them thmow down thei irdil, I oking peioteat sad shamed." aBre. is.i a oarioue i-etane : of de. inmaatie eamomptrr law fra?oed mnd en f?rod ,spon ne?oely against tobseoo, mlif it nee ere disrupeetful todeath. It eei t hove we.. a sever' trial for balf a milion hahitsul smokers to deny athmelves Id their favourite lazary for bear,' darin which they most have orely plied fora whlif Teltr. flt;trade.. however, did Ino go the length of esitiog the temptationof nips of b.a:. to keep out the eold., Qeer. Why i. e elr mote diersepeotful ?o tb dead thee a Sf oagnaet

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, MAY 4. Before Messrs. Francis and Egan, J.'sP. INCITING A PRISONER TO RESIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 5 May 1888

BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 111AY 4. Blefore Messrs. Franpis and Egaun, INCITING A PRISONER TO RESIST. .Tas. howler was charged by Cosn stable Wilson with inciting a prisqner to resist the police. Constable Wilson deposed that he had occasion to arrest a prisoner for an act of indecency, and accused per sisted in following him as he was tak ing his prisoner to the lockup.. He. made several attempts to seize hold of the prisoner on the way down, but he (witness) eluded him. The accused was apparently urged on by a crowd consisting of the greatest, cowardly ruffians in existence. He was cau tioned and fined £5, or undergo 3 weeks' imprisonment. A DISPUTED DEBT CASE. Mrs Martin sued F. Grimes for 14 weeks' wages as-housekecpor. Defend. aint disputed tho"icicouint and. after bhearing btl' fip;ties th- e ??biicIidis missed the case. A YOUNG ISCORRIGIBLE. Arthur 1loore was clarged by the police with being a neglected child. The Sergeant saidd that li haid been before the court oi two ,...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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"NUMBER ONE." [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 5 May 1888

" NUMBE ONE.. Bridegroom (on their way to Pea?): You'roe ae you're quite warm and com totdable; love! SrBide : On, ye, dear-quite. Bridegroom : I don's lkte to am in sitting with ou back to the enginue, darling. You d?a' feel anyo draugh , Bride: On, not tne slightest I Bridegroom (bho does) : Then, sweetest woudd you mind changing places-- I

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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YOUNG LOVES DREAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 5 May 1888

*-..YOUNG LOVA-S DBEAM. Bobbie (.an:imeotaly, to bis costin, rhim be. bores): M. nd. won't you pgive m Mom'woveDir of jounal! to Sake Dbk to e0ool wish me ? ?aod: Why, Bobbie. dear. ot course Bobbie (with much pambo) : And youll et itrb' omeSaieg to aT, deOu, won ro oU?

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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WIT AND HUMOUR. HER HEART WAS PIERCED WITH AN ARROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 5 May 1888

:,W:ITn=AN1)= HUMOUR , E::S l.HEAR1 WASg PIEROED WITflr' 4W. -AN 'ARROW hecarokeb got ' bha of iiitaionm1sagic aep ingdt, of the geounjia and her clotte waeapoiled. : The ea! Simon Pare hau t?b aa- mapiered hart eutpa an it. adia ad meI bý.Tbo Victoria Sap sad Candl Co.,

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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THE NEW EMPRESS OF GERMANY. (PALL MALL GAZETTE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 5 May 1888

THE NEW EMPREB8 OF GE. (parL A ai rsZZT3.) To Fadime, Seetrb sad had Irhkema it muas rbeeclityiterbttto know what can be known regitdig the state of German fueing toward the Rnghwona who has just become Empress of Ger. many. They knew that she wa by fir the oleverest and me. of tihe bet of the Quesen' eabldren, that ahe married an ho?norable and an honoured man, whom t I believed she relly lo and who truly loved her. The? iSe has beea happy and beantiful; her in. finance over him hu been groat, and it bau been all for good. hbegave her wholoheart to the task abe undertook; ashe beeame a German Prinesm in reality as well as in name. She shared to the fall the srrow. and the joys, the aepirmaions and the tri nmphs, of the land of her adoption. She nursed the German wounded herself, and taught thoe who tended them the value of fresh air and of ESglish leanliness. The greatest hospital for the wounded who were sent back from the froat during the FrancoGerman war was built under her dire...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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A CHAT ABOUT DRESSING-GOWNS [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 5 May 1888

A CHAT ABOUT DRESSING.GOWNS A writer in "Farm and Home" says: Adressing-gown which is worn for comfort should be adapted to the end for which It is intended. Of those gowns whioh are worn for show I shall say nothing ; they are altogether things apart, and not to be con sdsr? ' 't" this eategory. A warm, snug dressing-gown, which is loft and comfort able, and sufficiently large, is a luxury whiek all women do well toindulge In. There Il no occasion to spend a large sum upon it, and once well made, and properly fitted, it will last for years." The dressinggowns that I am going to describe to you are such as you may wear when one of the children Is sickly at night, and can rest nowhere but in mother's arms, or when husband or son must rise betimes, and go out in the cold morning, and you will, of course, like to see that they have a comfortable meal before they start, and by slipping on shoes and stockiogs, a warm ucder-garment, and your cosy dressing-gown, you can just manage to have...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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AFTER BISON IN THE JUNGLE. (ST. JAMES'S BUDGET.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 5 May 1888

A"TEB BISON IN THE JUNGLE. (sr. Janxrs Bsw?QO.) The following aonunt of an expedition after bon in the jagle comes fromm a yoing oflser in India: Half the charm of a ten days' shooting trip much au I am on, ~ oan te a feeling of utter Isolation from human life and of close communion with nature. 8hoolL Is oeirtainly the objeof one's coming and the'ralon d'dr of the trip; bua.lsnot the pod?ds and shot which gives me the most lur - rse I am quitelo ? -not an _lis-man with thirty miler--pnlng a hours of the day in a forest of hug trees and' extraordinary orspers, with real savages for my oompsslona I Of coarse, I know that in Europ (specoally in Swltsr? land) yeo all go l see the beantini spots of nature-more beautiful to my mind than any in thIs part of the world; but yo generally have to mak an sexpediton of It and go three or four of you together. You cannot all admire the same bit of scenery in the same way, andso you take to disonasln on the ubject, and' dission kills beauty. Many...

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