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BRIGHTON TOWN COUNCIL. MONDAY, OCTOBER 16. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 22 October 1887

BRIGHTON TOWN COIUNCIL. 1i MONDAY, OCTOBER 10. Present: COr Bent (Mayor) .Burrows, Francis, Hamilton, .Huntlyl &ad an Wl MINUTES, The minutes pof, ast meetlpg were reed ,anc .confirmed, and .the .Town 'lerk's outward correspondence reaad and p." proved of. SPOLIATION" OF FOOTPATHS. Cr. Waltab said he would, liketo be informed whether, there, was, or was not a by-law to prevent persons riding or driving over the footpat l ? He noticed that .very, many of the paths were being ridden or driven over .and much damaged thereby. -The towni: clerli. informed. Cr. iWalstai that a bylaw. was. not absolutely, necessary. offenders had been biought up natder the Police Offences Statute and fines of various amounts had been inflicted It was decided that the attention of the police be cailed t :the offence ceniplcc 'ined1' of by Cr Walltab. .` . From the M uicipal Exchange, Mel bourne, asking the conncil to-forward one gginea for the use of the board room.-Cr. Hamilton 'moved that.the.conn...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader And District Record
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BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21. (Before Thos. Wilson, Esq., J.P.) PLAYING AN ILLEGAL GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 22 October 1887

BIIBRIGIITON POLICE COURT. S FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21. (Before Those. Wilson,,Esq., J-P.) - PLAYING AN ILLEGAL GAME. WV.. Baxter and .W.:.Turner charged ,withtheabove offence,there being only one. inogistrate present, werei remanded for a. week, !bail, being allowed in their' own sureties of £10'each.' ! ''INSLTINisa iEliA IOR. Bernard :Kelly on irenand was 'charged with insulting'behaviour: Dra sinons aahnd Coffiryn, inder whose advice ie had hi eed remanded, dkeposed that hewas peculiar' in his mid, 'ibt'i he kept from diuk being an able bodied man, he sas qiite competent to earn his oywp; .ive]ihood. 9 H e was therefore die charged. . . Philip Smith was charged \with having committed an assau t on o. ead, assis tntantation master at Brighton Beach, on Sunday last, 10th inist ' Geon Read deposed ýtht he was on dulty as.stationiimasier at Brighton Beach on Sunday Inst. He wIent to the door o one of the carriages, and asked a woman for.a couple of, cigars, she gave them to him, and asked ...

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ST. ANDREW'S BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 22 October 1887

, IST ANDREW'S _BAZAAR. . A Bazaar and Bruce. auctibn,rcia aid-of the building;fundl of SK AndrewsChOtuch,, Brighton, was opened on Wednesday;. afternoon last, in thel Drillioom. Not. 'withsuiidiiig, theivery undifavorable"statbe of the weaher there was ery good at tendatile atcthe'peningchereioial: The incumbent of the church, the Rev. S! Taylor, stated that the 'prodeeds of the bazaar aind bruce` auction ' were iiitended' to be deioted tow'rds 'the lquididationd f the debt on6the chuirch: -He hliped that' all wli hihad worked.so0zealously' for thei bazaai?s otild be abundaitly rewardedmby the suicceas of the prese"nt uidertaking: He then introduced Lady Loch, who seidi it afforded her great pleasure to be present on' the occision, and triisted the 'efforts iput frtliby the lad ies would niees with that success which they, deserved. She then declared the bazaar: open, and the business of the day commenced. ,One of the most pleasing and attractive features otf ithe opening ceremony;...

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HOUSEHOLD. Flying Glass[?]vare. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 22 October 1887

IIOUS EKTOLD. JlrUl#ug G l a,.sweete.e;--- In frosty weather our nightcap of.il'itHs shon dI h made by putting in the spirits spirlri anl nio cowln the slle9 of the "gob !hil the blio ribbon ad.locnatal.a?iitldclbL care il not tq put lls.a iced icmonado into a Ins broun'i F ?zlp! r a o(1'r,-a Y or glass mustanrd pot, oftor a thick one, mnls never be sonac ad in llldt "l'de e'vbi modI rately warln water. V ur dccnnters and water bottles shoulld hoe canned Inside without hot iwatr!;l/therd are dozeo roolpcs In every honsohold book A lttlddv dsl lrnt osn t ll he tbýtho a lgl. min ,that explansion and contractiol of 1me l--andl glassi!l?l?c atnsn-r1lw.ilhl npt bq suiddl n, lt graduaiin l and regular, itn all parts milk, Very thin glns gqou.itottny frou hot wat r often, It being 'en 'tlihin'thitn d.A pam s It all at once; conseqlently It does not tcrt from a part only expandlng, or fron the think and the thin phrts expanding une? ally,.

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 22 October 1887

LOCAL ITEMS. SMENTONE is still moving rapidly .for ward. The coffee, palace will: 'soon' be' ready foir opening, and tenders have been called for a large hotel . 'Tue interminable "nighteoil question is again to the f ire. The Brighton Town Council's byelaw, has 'quite diiturbed the civic authorities' iii Melbourne . The Go6 vernmerit is being implored by Mr. .Fitzgibboniind hisfris id, ,backedup by a petition signed by nobody knows whom to " ait" on ourrbyelaw, and allow the iron "hansoms,". which smiell as sweet to the. City clerks a abed- of primroses, to. pass through our streets. Who are the Brigh ton? Conicil and the people of that town that they should turn up their noses at those sweet smelling. carts, :with'their. de cious contents ? Mr. F. will, probably, find out before long. r A BRANcO of the Rechabite order has been 'established- at Elsternwick to be known as' "The Hope of Elaternwick Tent." GENERAL and deep regret is felt throughout the colony at the total wreck of the...

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A DECISIVE VICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 22 October 1887

SA I'ECJIXE W I VICTjRYT. Tie-battle for 'the, seat inihIe, Legis-1 lative Council for the Soiutheirn Pio vince , has been short, sharp and decisive, resulting 'in the return by a very `ilistantial idmajbrityP of 11 James, '1sq., arind the crus?ihng defefat of the Knight of St. Kilda, who loses: his depositiof £100 . 1r .Jainries will take his seat in' the Council,; as a successfuil b'isiness marni a nman who has successfiilly mai?iagei his owii affairs, and who theirfore, has de veloped an unmistakable capacity for manaoing the affairs -of his;.country. He.isno. mere professional, politioian mounting the stump, because he has floundered into the gutter-over every thing else. Such men, in many ciases, would sell theiricountry for a mess of pottage, and a very poor'mess too. In the return of 3Ir. James, it is evident that hir. Stuttf and his; friends of the .L.V.A.:aie not able to sweep allbe fore them' as they fondly imagined. Ir. James is a prionounced oplonent of Sunday tiading: a...

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The Flery Ordeal. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 22 October 1887

Z'lo FTlery Ojelrdel. 8O,ý olt A 1do#,0 pWefsLap to r11JO i Designs that wero exceeding rare and quaint ; Aiid wI?in sho alnd them done n a she desired, \Vith neatness and dispatch the pots were Iesign mos yeo will, I hulmlly pray I" T'he maiden fashir?netl me ns ihot thought best, -And then-why, I was fired with the rest, ]RAWHIT Z 3RAWOQAH

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The Leader. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1887. THE BRIGHTON LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 22 October 1887

JUSTICB TO:ALL. SATURDAY, OCTOBER! 2; .1887. THE: BRIGHTON LIBRARY. PLE.AI i some peopleo' yue cannot. They were, born :with aigrowl, aid will die with a grqan. W:hat troubles. some . of: theseo. gentry, and fills them with what Sir G. Duffy once deseribed as the "black' bile of ..personal malignity," is the I"faultyi sate "of the Brighton Publio 'Library. 'Re cently one of :the growlers got rid, of some of his bile, ii the columns of a local paper, eliciting a'very:ifll and satisfactory reply, from the preiident (Mr Webli.) •The latter stated that " ample piovisio, is-made for the comfort of f viito"s, in' all 'of'the: reading-rooms of' the insstitution.' The leading-room is spaiouos anid lofty the floor c~overed with; matting, the tableo with green baize, and the chairs are of a very comfortable choaracter. The reading-matter comprises the. daily' paper,' illustrated papers, maga. zines, the, reiews, apid the jwhole of the library, oonsisting of about 2000 yolumes. To those having...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 22 October 1887

Wild DDb''s dato'ya wg'!''Iti orely Inbout fw yours no that these do~s" were tirt notlicd (\ Ther9q* 4A'Pi~r~then only a fow oIhnl (, and Chey seemed to mave no Patti. en s i1n atci 'f~ tib Sl or ii(ritjhe j t iiiitn stablliind4&9 e oensive bpim{Qi. 9~~~ ohIt iicoziimnin'eitt.vithm 'ths2yiidago straitii' ntd charnotonistl c'ot tIho'ldrll'iog and Iblood hiorunad, They are predatory to dadegree, anlt mingi6 tiDbtiti nbtsiothlo e~thw lla blooii witil the tilineld in \iaiioeq q; vfii (1 51ti liecd . They mutlt hd Mor ti very siroigest 1nn() fjittcst cailved andl 1have khb~'i i Aarse idi eaturcA e.4rin r;Ie tditiian notive~'n ii~r~tgw fno'n tihe native wolivosbE te.th tindtnins, attack. ing nn~,rt . 1 stroyI J ec Llrm 91!, lllappaaions, ion ttnlf iitm ibt flii' iii 'Viro'from tihe approach of t'e -bdrag .hCuich has takers his nature. (m- Q do f 11i' iiCti t 1 r, I.

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MY WIDOW. (CONCLUDED) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 22 October 1887

MY WIDv'.I ll a !(!Did youtlbvo hint ? :pne-Hi I'lff)I dill not, what mtustioti think of tn6d'?"slho murmiitrbdpi 'i Wi: .t.d-cr. ' Think 1 .I have t.holug?lt fill:lhoiij tlhilpk no ieoecf' "'ij 1 ohil d. ,n"iid'if% I, whll for years have said ,T9~iould tdbino second inn s,. om nt s he:irt,' a 1cyon, ,Ma Soeinrs, foi ilha 1eiIcst;iilaco ,yqurpt,: ( IIee hands rosted lightly, oIn: i;?oirm. of the rockinig- uair. I hlad inois tkiiln them in mine, wheoa slr?sam -oft ly fia",net that tlnt'rnmaii "I nam asking for no-franqmonts.;.Iam. aski?g to tearhl you what love is, for, :ivido )ais yon aro,ý.wif a whya?idfl-ae boen; I you uu not know; I would ;eachyourtby the service of my whole Ihe:'it .d lif;' o'; I waited.or ywhat-soemed the longpsto "liv iilh'? e-oft fiyllif6-befu if11's .d .' " I cannot answer you oy,qJ.tj?h you said-I do not knowv; and perha?s l may neoi,,l:ean itoi, pagon,,0,op;.soe?l? of." "Then," I rejohind,-""f6-oiTti-tfrtfit` yourself I am willing to wait. But that is not ...

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Poetry M[?]ght at Sea. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 22 October 1887

. ,i ? . R?eet at Sct . Xic sW 'tatscsotbfriend? ` . tk franil masts b tiid ; -.;':i L Ty rlip r?els.wildly on' the tossing deep; Thy fearless eyes R?egard the skies, And thsl.;broad.waste was .where~ through white chargers leap ; Seest thou the foam '' ': '" .:Pilot-:-" Isee my lidmo,::! :. And children on a white soft couch, asleep." S" What seest thou, friend? The tiller-enc Tho; o gapest safelyiin thy firm, strong;grip; Thine eyes are strange, They seem to range Beyond sea, sky anid clouda and struggling Beyond the If:an." Pilot :-" 1 seimy home l . i a fn cottag-d eacas .'-rP-u"=witlfdto .sfalldios dij'-?i.'? ' . - h ?at secst t;ou, frie-nd? ;?-Black.leagues,extend , itn alIside~iOd'abouit,thybarand thee; F'ot one star-speck . Above the deck hi tes the d-ikiihss of thelikidoiglit sea;' The waves' throats roar- Pilot:-` I secthe shore, And eyes that pled ivith God for mine anid me."

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Odds and Ends. An Old-Timer. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 22 October 1887

.l A. Old-Timcr. Often Itllnk n trnm 4alow.tall. 'tiiff emr ce- floW-rs'? fc istriIigrafc6 e- fj * u Q og fQ b~e r-nei-o i A, RCý And i danued with the grandmas of all the I look on the charpimdthalitheir beauties un fold----- . - They seem the same damsels, while I have grown old. I feel like white -winter without a warm ray; ?' . They look like tle roses that blossom in But winter m -tY ok;'withWits shiver and chill, Thfrofh tho 'wiidow at ??flowers thii'blooim ?/pffithoiy'l ,:? !V1 *•( b. .' And-I mdyQask ilth ith ringles of'jt" If she will dance with me the noxt minuet. I go to all:ipties, ri'ceptibioflitrsiigbhts, I'm a merry old bird in my fanciful flight; I may look -like the winter a snowy old But deep in my heart dwells the spirit of I.kno thBti - sofd as k, , Hy voice has no crack, and my back has no crook ' , - - T , ' Anid 'Iy I'd -b M if *y Mand, 'nd Lucille- ", ; " r T'.-i 'T'.-.. WTould tret me ans one who's as young as I feel. ' ; Peculiarities,,of .,theo Celestials....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 22 October 1887

tat: Asit a Advertisements: RI TO FREEE LiBiARY.' SEN- TO THE PUBLIC DAILY FROM 3 ? i3toJiad fromn7 to 10 p. m... MEMBERSHIP.-Any person can be -come a Member upon payment of an annual fee of Twenty Shillings, or a quarterly fee of Five Shillings '(in -either' case in advance) or can become an Assoi dcate upon the like payment in advance of an.Annual Fee of Ten Shillings, or a. qiuarterly fee of Three Shillings. PRIVILEGES.-Each member is en titled to take two volumes at one time from the circulating portion of the library for home perusal, and each associate to take one volume at one time for the like purpose. THE READING ROOM is supplied witlifth'einewspapers and:magazines'of.the day,'and-with chess,'draughts andibhok gammon boards. THE MEMBERS' ROOM for conversaI tion and smoking, is reserved for members only. oTHE LADIES' ROOM is supplied withi suitable newspapers and periodicals and Writing materials for ladies' use only. - A'HALL and other ROOMS are avail able for hiring for l...

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Unattained. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 22 October 1887

,.I ; : ,-:lc-tn ·J 3 .4 .t:i Y T brbech is basking in the sun, Ie_ waves break.on the shore,........ And.i sit here to watchlfoonr .o1,1 - ?ih : _\homa all the girls adore.. r,, . He comes, :tlhe yo th I t fhain . ? lds ,ashr,, " , Andil 'nn th l otbcrs-cioose I IIoe weo U R Ai .fhes" . How blue his eyes, how straight his nose,.. H: Iwnc'itly brishied his halr I" :'' t'?' Hoe ?"j3i'?fresh'theblittle' rdsiei:::: : Tihat for'ms:his boi tonircil ;' ": r':; SHe passes on with' carelesstreiid -I can but sit andfrown * - No:friond the magiciwords has s~l~J Ii.s Jenklin; Mr. eix wn '1 'a hkWelsl Sayin gs .-rfheethingvtha.te?.yer become rust--ths mQney1 of the ebndvolent, the shoe' bfrthe bucer's iead a wo man's tongue. Th tps thiin s's otcesi y[dlona--to'allay [thirst iith fire, to dry wet wtli watber, and to please all in everything that is done. Three things tllatarons;good as the best ;brown bread in famine, well water in thirst, and a gray coat in cold. Three'tiiiffs i~ good asethoi i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 22 October 1887

--1-' 1. ':t-? - , • . Fr~ank Li Edgdliben, :ESTATE,AND FINANCE AGENT, 231 CHAPEL ST., WINDSOR. OTUSES AND L ,.ND.. FOR SALE. • Any of these lJndermentioned eProperties can be SBought on asy Teris, to Suit Purchasers. , Irmadalt. Auburn :Grove iý'1eatherboa-i, Villa s6 rooae. Bath, pantry, copper and troughsl /- Asphaltn yard. t and, 33 x. 146 £725. : Three minutes from station. £50 deposit balance 0onthly o w y 8 deposit alern Groad.W.B.ck Villa, 5 rooms bath, pantry, copper, troughs, gans, .venetian t, . .?4 o. , " 1 o . r ri.". blindseotrd bdll, enclosed verandah. "Lnd 48 13: 8 £"1150, terms. Thre" "inntes : -tAuburn ", BrdckVilla, f6o rlooms, bat t pantry, copper, trousl, enclosed verldi L2 and 8 xs, scullery. Land 0ightof- 170a. to 12 feetright-ofwa,150 nit nPleasant oadee-W.B . Cottge, 4ias, romsroomsb bath pantry, asphrtro lrd. Land, 1320ClarendenstreetWB Cottage,-4 rooms La 40 x lOT £00small deposit.. Mialernroeet.-.B CottaVill, 6 rooms, bath;, pantry, .copper troughs. Land,...

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CAULFIELD CHILDRENS' JUBILEE TREAT. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 22 October 1887

CAULFIELD .CHILDRENS' JUBILEE TREAT. We intimated some month or tvwoý ago in our columns,: th't'the children residing in the Shire of'CarilfeId'were-:. to have their Jubilee.treat:this monthli:.: The event comes off: to-diiy on the:: Caulfield racecourse, the "useof which has been granted by' the members of the club. to the children and t:.eir: parenits.. A meeting:of the sub-com-:' mittee in whoseohands have been left: the arranging and carrying out of the. affair took place on Monday evening: last, when it was stated that two per-. sons had been engaged in a house to. house. eaitatioh ';distributing tickets. of admission.to .ll,.0childrpii, residing. in Caulfield;!from, 4. to' 15 years of age. A sum of £8 'has been' ex-.. changed for its equivalent in new' bronze pennies; two of which ivill be. given to each child on entering, these are to be utilised'as an open sesame to Westwooty's merry-go-round, if the children choose to make use of same. The catering has been entru'sted to, M...

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Ladies' Column. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 22 October 1887

%niatci' ¢olui .. Female Soldiers -An old army surgeoin ýthls°n rep'toe' of a nftlber 6.iitlgunces; tiWhremribersii of the d?,'nkor se.t~Wefie cear, nini4. thq American war and put on the snifs lr'm flshtjf r the cause. We copy the folowing : -":lGkn aw-;g gr o;what;th ebe ginning;-o the war was so filled with patriotism, and so weighed down by a sense of duty,'s'o cdrried' ,awhiyby-n"ridtventfiirosiSimpulse; -that-she followed thesqunad of boys who had enlisted in her neighborhood, and. dtressing as aboy, enlisted in the company that was forming in' the county town. HerY frei'ds dishcovered; the long hair she had cut from- her he'ad'an the clothing she had thrown off in her father's barn, gave immediate pursuit. " As thgy were driving into the city they, saw walking along ithe sidewalk smoking; a cigar a"yduný fell6o ;if hadtetlielsimwsort. of face s the girl'tjey\?,;erojin pfjrict f.{ T y3 st6?4ptped and accosted the youngfellow, ani'we?' ti'ated to 'uch'?:slioedr'6fepIthcts and s...

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CAULFIELD POLICE COURT. TUESDAY OCTOBER 18. Before Mr Hare, P.M. and Messrs Holland and Watts, J's.P. REFUSING ADMISSION TO THE POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 22 October 1887

awkULFaIUL3rt LIC "O:- wRT... .. : TUESD.k OCTOBER 18. Bofore Mr. Hare, PM( aind MCessrse " Holland and Watts, J's. P " ,iEFUSINO ADMISSION TO'THE POLC E. "o`nstable Jordan proceeded against George Elma Smith, licensee of the-. iGaulfield Club Hotel, ,for. refusing him: adnfission on Tuesday 4th -Ult. .Mr Maloney appeared for defence.'. , Constable 'Jordan' deposed 'that' he Went to the Caulfield Hotel at -'abo'ut :; twenty' minutes, to one o'clock on. Stinilayo 4tli-yeptember, and rang.the.; bell and knocked, waiting fully ten' minutes: Mrs Smith came to the: door when he asked to be admitted, but: was refused. He told her that: he' was unlderi'the :"ini'iression: that' a. . youth had been- served with drink at the hotel.. She denied that the boy' had got any drink from thenl or even. ln ebin the hotel.. '.Cross Excamined. *-;Mrse Smhith had'li previously openec~ e:'ldo?6r andigiven\i "? information that no drink had 'been., supplied that day to .the boy. Be lieyed that neither Mr,...

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Sketcber. Quacks. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 22 October 1887

Quacks. among thdit arth and, as longas, there ar .... craftfldourilsh an? -prospncor.iip " . . .. the inhabitants of d when Engtol wasupposd to btime edltlbnal? s ameinc" thd suchrofessors of healing were ingenious, if not skilful. Chbrltp9ag _vwroe abundant, and deeption tlrivd , on, favorable 3 dolll Oure - were .?c&fotaiily -effetddb .bunt -noare -dures -'vere effected by faith in the supposed remedy than. by theactual remedyitselfi ~ .~y "Iiithe eaiiy'part of the iresent century a oman named Perkins offered for sale a talis mean composed'6f t?bo siiall tapering pieces of metal5 which he designated "tractors." -These objects were stated-to. be wonderfully efli.licciou; it th idemoival f 'rheumatism, and pains arising from numberless causes, and a large ;kumber of persons professed to havereceived relief from their application. The appliances sold rapidly, and .the, maker wais'l coming rich, awhen someone discovered that other mdtallic substances operated quite as well, s...

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Traveller. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 22 October 1887

The City of Seville -It is a continual lht' tfblLet tlougt'tho strets ot;rtha `dbirknihn'cltv. thii'ho se'iaro'bilt ariiniii rihfiii? 6irt?Thft"t b OUgh th dlcto:i open work of the ornamented.iro doors, as you pass, you catch charmiiid glfut ses withi of columns and arches and flowers nill foun "tais.?M?ost of;tho .streets areo;croked.and narrow, some of them mean lanes; but they air serupuiloisly clean, and in your walks you are constantly coming upon little- plazas or parks with seats, and statues and trees and shrubbery. Fine buildings abound, tind also oddistrange, and quaint ones-old Moorish houses with projecting upper stories, and arched balconies with slender columns and rich tracery of stone carving in doorways and over windows. For hundreds of years tbis'hbs been the home of rank and pride and wealth, and it has been enriched and adorned without stint.- A Spanish proverb says, " that Seville is the crown of Andalusia-Andalusia ,of Spain-and Spain of the world."; Spaniards ...

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