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Sketcher. The Moral Grandour of Francis Bacon. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 3 December 1887

-. ' ftR C LDC'. 1T7c DIoracl Grandrur of Franseis Bacos.. liacon knew that, sooner or later, some one would notice this concatenatioi of "Francis," " Bacon," " Nicholas," "Ba cons," "'Bacon-fed," "Francis," "Franci," etc.; '. William," "William," "William," etc.," Shakes," "peere," "Shake," "spcare," and the infinite shakes, sprts, spears, and shertes scattered through every play in the Folio; and would -Tve-t'dil?ll of tlisi9si what lBacon had sai? tle "i'e Asclu sntiri," in" his essay therein upon Ciphers, about the best cipher of all, " :where the writing infolding, holdethl a guintuple'retation to the writing-.ihfilled," and havifig once started upon the scent, would never aboidon the chase until he had dug out the cipher. * * * I would ask the attention of the reader to the fac-similes of the Folio in 1623 which accompany this article.- These are :well worth studying; that Folio is the greatess book ever 'pblishcd on-earth since man in vented the first hieroglyphic. n * * Ther...

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And District Record, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 3 December 1887

,Special Advertisements. :.i you that miy DISPENSARY and RETAIL BUSINESS will be carted INGS, CHURCH STREET close to the Middle Bringhton Railway Station; where also I have established, on the second floor, an elegant DENTIST'S CONSUI2TJGROOM. And in order' tht ye may lave attention at what ever time you' c~lli hive etera' into partnership .withiM. T. PARKA INSO , CSURGEON DENTIST, we are Msi l prered ito undertak ESttionr Moderaes and as nve hisve ,a hReputa the swork being Done Well. The second floor, an heretofore at NEWTIST REE ere orders An the rdthier ith your mthe Hve Liberal '"atowh intoe accptehip i? thie past ai rmiin that i -ta lishmet yohges wll fod everd thing tion to esutain,' you the y" Pres. upon Siti ewoery diseas D:imaginabie fior the ast three years. Oar.. .: -...? i ' Druggist, u J :Ahndersen recoinmending Dr. Soie's Ainerican top Bitters ""to me, I;used two bottles ? : mendDr. Sonle's aAmerican op:t Bitters t every one . D Walker, Buckner MoY I write this "a tit...

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The Leader. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, DEC. 3, 1887. THE AMENDING LICENSING BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 3 December 1887

he ·· .. -a JUSTICE TO ALI. SATURDAY, DEC. 3, 18S7. TIlE AMENDING : LICENSING BILL. WVE are pleased to see that this measure, with important modifica cations, has passed through the Assembly by an overwhehnlming majority, and been sent up to the Legislative Council. For some weeks it has been in troubled waters, what with the teetotallers on the one side, and Mr. Carter and his friends on the other. The Government endear oured to draft a measure to suit " both sides" with the usual result that neither were pleased. The Govern ment then announced their intention of abandoning the more important parts of the bill, and simplypassing a-few minofr ciniusesnd schedules. At this stage another Richmond ap peared in the field in the person of Mr. Bailes of Sandhurst. As there was no ]iklihood of a modification of the 36th clause relating to improve ments without the aid of the teetotal section in the House, Mr. Bailes placed himself in communication with Mr. Munro and finally a com promise w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 3 December 1887

Banks. hamercil Bank of Australia (Limited) t..horised (Capitnl ... ... ... 3,000,000 Subscribed Capital ... ... 2,00,000 Paid p ... ... ... ... ... 1,000,000 Reserve Fund ....... . 570,000 HEAD OvicE--:O30 COLLINS ST. W., ELBOUIINE. London Ol!ice-lishopsgate, St. 'Within, corner of Leadenhall-street, E.C. BRIGTHTON BRANCB- Corner Bay & Cochrane Streets. htsi Mest llnwed on FIXED DEPOSITS. agencies of the lank issued.at lowest rates of exchannge. Bills Discounted and Advances Made. W. 3l'Farland. Manager. ENGLISII. SCOTTISH AND AUSTRALIA, CHARTERED B A N K. (Incorporated by loyal Charter 182) Paid up Capital, with power to incrense to e£.1.00,00..: 7.;:.20,000 Sleserve Liability of Sihareholders ,':720,000 Reserve fund .... ....` 220,000 LElsternwicksie ranch: u G LEN;,HUNTL'L.Y . 0 AD, :Interest allo.icdi. n Fixel Deposits - tit Highist Rates.) , Drafts issued on tlhe Londonoffice Branclhes. and a;telts "ofthe Bailk at Current Rates of Exchanuige. Bills Disbounted ;ad Adi n...

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FISH. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 3 December 1887

visiH CiOQUEtrTES. Initwedientsu 1ie manins of cold fish -toiled, biked, or fried =one third as niilh mslied otatoes, n little "melted libtter oir bitesaticc, 1 beaten egg, chopped parsley? saltdrIid :pe`bpper, seasoning of walnut ketchup orannliov svysau'ce.: ';Method: Picn the fisli carefully from- the bones, nn'd chop it fine, be?t the potatoes to .a cream with melted butter, add the parsley, pepper, salt;?'ind sauce; and :inis' a well together. Make the mnixture into l alls or egIs; roll theni in the beaten egg, strew over with fine breadcruinbs, and fry quickly in boiling fat. Servo very hot with sliced lemon

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And District Record, The
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MEAT AND POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 3 December 1887

I EAT AD 'POULTnK. - ROLLED STEM No 1 inrcedicnts: Rump steak, forcemenat of b~iad-crumbs; lork;,half an onion, pepper, and salt; browned flourand butter'for thegavy..:: · r :i:; Method': Take a good steak, not too thick, beat it flat wiith :thbo brod side of a hamtchet, and cover with a'forcement mnaede of:bread. crumbs, a little miinced pork, and half 'han oonion. Moisten this'slightli, anld season to taste with salt and pepper. R. oll the steak up, closely.`enlodsinig the stcllings bindi with twine intoia compact bundle, and lay in a. deep dish. Dash a teacupful of boiling wvater over it. coFer with another: dish,.and take about three quarters of 'an hour in its own steam. At the end of this, time remove the cover, baste with a little butter, and dredge with flour to brown the nicat. .Wbhen it is a good color, serve on a ver'y hot dish Thicken thegravy with a little browned flour, 'nd send it to table in a ircen. In removini the tWine from th'meant before servini, clip it in seve...

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PUDDINGS AND SWEETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 3 December 1887

P5tDDLTGS AXD S\VEETS+_. " PUFIMP rsoE:-l-ngrediients 1 b flouir 0 oz. butter, G ozss1rd; rat/her less than ½ pint of wvater:r i? Method If the butter is verysalt, it should be aslihed in cold ivter, thea well squeezed to extract all the moisture. See that the flodur is quite dry and tree from lumps, then mix it into a smooth paste with the water, using a knife for -this purpose, and taking care not to make it too wet, or the paste will be tough. Turn it on ton well-floured pastry board and roll it out until it is about an inch thick, spread it with equal parts of butter and lard, sift over it a very little flour; fold it up, roll out again, and spread more butter and lard as before. Do this three or four times, till all the butter and lard are used, taking care to flour both paste and rolling pin to prevent them from sticking. Brush the paste as often as rolled out, and the butter that is spread upon it, with the white of an egg, help it to rise in flakes or leaves, but this is not...

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HOUSEHOLD. Tasty Dishes. SOUPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 3 December 1887

UO0 USE1OLD. ?i. :: ilS/;oT astDe/JLvS :::'h:es , j 0OUPS. ;" j:, SBAKED'. SOUP.-Ingredients: 2 Ibs. lean beef, 1liead of celery, 2 turnips, 1 teacup' of chopped cabbage, 1 onion;'l carrot, chopped .parsley, 4 or G tomatoes (or 4 tin of preserved tomatoes), J a cup of-rica previously boiled for 15 minutes, pepper and salt, 5 pints of cold water , ::Medthodi Ctnt"'he meat intoi dice, peel and chop ip'all the vcgetables, add the rice and seasoning; iix 'all ;elltogether, and put into a' strong, earthenware jar, pour. in the .ater, fit tlhe' cover on: closely, and set in the ovel in a pin of, boilirig water for 6 hours. Doiot uncover it ivhile' it is cook idng. Serve withiboutfurther prepration.?.

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 3 December 1887

ODDS AND ENDS. CIIEESE FINGD:s:.-Ingredients: 3 ozS. grated cheese, "3 ozs. flour, 2 ozs. butter, j tea spoonfol of baking powder, salt and cayenne to taste. Mcthod : Mix these ingredients to a still paste with a very little milk, roll out and cut into strips about three inches long, roll roundi and bake on a tin in a brisk oven for five milltnues to a very light brown. This is a gnnd way to use up dry pieces of chetse, andl makes a pretly dish.for the table.

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CRICKET. Brighton v. Yarra Bend. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 3 December 1887

CRICKET. Brighton v. Yarra Bend. This match was played on. Saturday, at Yarra Bend, and resulted in a win for the eiend by one run, the scores- were: Bend 89; Brighton 88, of which Beulke and Sims miade 22 each, Boxehall 10, and Cody 11 by good Cricket. YnaatRA BED ... . .... ... 89 BRIGHTO. .. ... ... 88 Brighton 2nd v. N. Brighton. This match was played last Saturday at Brighton Beach, and resulted in a draw. The following were the scores :-North 77, of which C. Miller made 20; Crookes 0 for ?5: Leonard 2 for 11; and Sullivan 1 for 5 bowled well for Brighton. Brighton at the call of time had lost 5 for 58. The full scores were Results-North Brighton, all out for 77; Brighton, five for 58. Cheltenham v. Highett. This match was played at Highett, and resulted in a win for the former by an innings and one run. The scores were as follows: -Cheltenham 29; Highett 12 for 16; Woff, 15, batted well for the winners. Woff, 9 for 7; Organ 5 for 6; Nunn, 2 for 1, howled well for the winners. ...

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MOORABBIN SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 3 December 1887

MUOORABBIN SHIREB COUNCIlL. ---0o--- Present :-Crs. Bent (president) Bur gess, Comport, Mills, M'Swain, Rernni son. Stayner, and Ward. Cr Abbott, the I,.wly-elected representative for the west riding, having made the usual declaratlon, took his seat, and was warmly welcomed back by the president and councillors. A DENIAL. Before proceeding with the correspon dence, the president said that he, in com pany with Mr Keys, had seen the Hon. Mr Nitmuo in the House, and that gentleman had expressed his amazement that a report iad gone about that he had recommended the members of the Moor abbin Shire Council to sell their beauti ful district for 30 years. He could not understand how such a statement had got abroad, but he (Mr Nimmo) would make enquiry, and communicate the result to the president and members of the coun cil. CORRESPONDENCE. From J. Huntley, hon. sec. of the Brighton United Friendly Societies sports asking the patronage of the president and c,uncillors to their sports meeting...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 3 December 1887

Col????Colleges .anda Schools. " FIzIs CORONAT Onvs." -' BRIGHTON iADIES' COLLEGE ("c Ellesmere,") ST ANDREW STREET, Near the Town Hall - PRINCIPAL: MRS. J. HAINES, (La;te:of Clifton Hill Lhdies' College), I'iFor several years teacher illder =?cthe Board of Education,: 1,; Assisted by MISS A. E. COX. Englisit Literature aid Mathematics, S. GRENFELL, B.A., L.L.B. French and German, HERR OTTO MULLER. Drawing and Painting, J.. F. JONES, ESQ. Pianoforte, :J. HAMMOND,EsQ., Miss BIRKITT, R.A.M., Mns. ORR, and S::Miss A. E. COX . calisthenics, lMISSES DICK and MOON. Slesident Governess: MISS A, E. COX. ;TERMS (Payable in advance) Day Pupils: English'(as below), also Languages .. One and half to Four Guineas per Term Resident Pupils (under 12 years): English (as below), also, Languages, Music, and Painting Music, andTwelve Guineas per Term Resident Pupils (over 12 years): English (as below), also Languages, Music, and Painting Fifteen Guineas per Term ENGLISH in its various branches coin pr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 3 December 1887

A .A+T U.1 T-AI T' ALL, A M.flT DV ThAI TS ALL TROMf- RAIL- THE A TIWOODLANDS ESTATE! BA. iVORDIALLOV. SANUARY 2nd. {-} MONDAY, {} JANUARY 2nd Combine Business with pleasure and Attend the Great Land Sale. 100 CEO!C 8 IFT!IIS 100 ALL ROADS FORM1ED AND METALLED. Will be SOLD by AUCTION, on the above date, by GRIGG & LEY IN CONJUNCTION WITH J JENKINS jun., & Co., ON THE GROUND. AT THREE OCLOCK. RAILWAY STREET. 165 : 154"9 " 50-1 150 C1 70 70.9 51 157.4 1 75 76 77 159-11 1476 50 53 174 165 162.6 144 11 49 54 - 73 714.. 206 206 4' 123' 165 '. . __ __._ _'_-_ _,? 1" ...._ "65__ _ I44. 50 BI0 LE`TT ST 165 ____o 69 u82g 3 '' o p r 5ý .-. ý1000L1\,llS . ::.,: -- ý-."r -ý1 '- tj? ý, mil' ..- 150 - .: ; 1 1401 : 1 go , .39 The Rilway Commissioners S??ave decided to duplicate the £86,000 The Vendors have made ar- has lust been passed by Par _ii~i1flh1?!! 'PV " .....("1 rangements with their archi- liament for that purpose. tect, Philip E. Treeby, of 86 Secure a Marine Residence...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 3 December 1887

CHIURCH SERVICES TO MORROW. Presbyterian.-Brighton, Rev. Mr. - 11 and 7. Elsternwick.-Rev. J. Hay, 11 and 7. Cheltenham-ll and 3 Mentone; 7. Rev. R. M. Fergus. Baptist Church.-Rev. S. Howard, 11 Mr. Chambers. 7 .. , Csngrsegatiueatu=litev. J c'iean1'11 7. Christian Chapel, Cheltenham.-- Mr. Goodacre, 7. Union Chapel, South Brighton.-Mr. D Hamilton, 3; Rev. T. Laver, 7. Church of England.-Second Sunday in advent: St.Andrews' Sermons, 11 and 7. Mordialloc--ll, as usual; 7, Mr. Keys. Cheltenham.-Rev. A. Caflin, 11; Mr. Despard, 7. Mentone.-ll, Rev. M'Combe. Little Brighton.-ll, Mr. J. 8. Muir; 7, Rev. A. Calfin, 7. Gipsy Village.--Rev. J. S. Muir, 6.45. South Brighton.--Rev. T. Rust, 3. Dingley.-tRev. A. Caffin, 3.30. Bald Hills.-Mr. Thomas, 7. 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 too much deca...

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OAKLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 3 December 1887

OAKLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1. Present-ors. Wilkes (president) Arm strong, Lavidge, Leonard, Marshall, Willis, Wilson, Taylor, and Thompson. PRESIDENT'S RESIGNATION. cr. Wilkes.said he desired to tender his resignation as president of the shire, He desired to thank the councillors for the very valuable assistance they had rendered him. , On the motion of cr. Lavidge the reistgl ' tion was accepted. or..Wilson said it gave him great pleasue to move that cr. Thompson be elected pre sident for the remainder of the~term. This was seconded by cr. Marshall. cr. Leonard said that there Was no councillor at the tabl" he had a greater respect for than cr. Thompson, and he should have bdh pleased to support him being placed in t~h las, a .o A- .t anitbha believed that Cr. Thompson had .rendered himself liable to a penalty of £50 for enter ing into a contract with the council. He deprecated the way in which the ex-presi dent had acted in keeping his resignation so secret. He did...

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humor. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 3 December 1887

Pasted over the desk of the city editor of a Georgia paper are the following instruc tions: "All brides are lovely, beautiful, and accomplished, except they be old and tough widows, and then they are amiable and culti vated. "All merchants who advertise are enter prising, wide-awake, and a credit to our city. The names of those who do not advertise must not appear in our paper. " All old lawyers are able and worthy of a place on the Supreme bench. Young lawyers are promising and silvery-tongued. " Conductors on passenger trains are gen. tlemanly and courteous. " Doctors are eminent. "Farmers are intelligent. " Candidates who put their announce ments in our paper are gaining ground every day. Those who do not announce are likely to be defeated. "Under no circumstances must these rules be broken. F. ?Mleddleton Pryor;, editor and proprietor." She.-" Did you enjoy your visit to the country, Mr. Jollyboy ?" HE.-" Yas, with one or two exceptions, I had a verwy delightful time." SiHi.-" A...

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THE COMPROMISE. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 3 December 1887

THE COMPROMaISE. MR. MUNRO, at about 9 o'clock, said -he had much pleasure in moving that the following new clause be added to the Bill : BB. (1) The iproviso to Section 26 of the priccipal Act shall be and the same' is hereby , repealed. - (2), I Section-?r-tPith:ricici?aaActl t.he words "any city or town" in some places where they occur, shall be repealed. and the words ' the City of Melbourne" shall be. substituted therefor; and the words " and be not less than nine feet in height and" shall also be repealed, and the words "except in the case of bedrooms intended for the accommodation of one person only -which shall contain at least 8;50 cubic feet and be ". shall be substituted therefor. (3). Not withstanding anything contained in the principal Act the amount of com pensation to be paid to the owner of any licensed premises, by reason of the annual value of such premises being diminished owing to the license being taken away in consequence of the determination of the electors of...

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Miscellaneous. Sandy Strawberries. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 3 December 1887

filniMccziinaouk3. BSanedy Strawbevcr ics. Delicious berries I more we owe To them, of health andstrength, Than to the doctors-for we know That life to greater length Hath been prolonged because of these Rare rubies, ripe and red, That counteract and drive disease From aching limb and head. But. oh I 'twould save grimaces so, And intcrdict our tears, If they were only taught to grow Ensheathed, like "roasting ears"; For what's a strawberry at all If it be swallowed whole ? And, bitten through, it makes one craw,, Andshrivels up his soul. We never interfered before With aught by Wisdom planned, But when we purchased at a store A lot of yellow sandl, With tempting hue anti fragrant smell Of berries on the top, We think that nature might iass eli . Let propagation stop. The sands of life are running fast,? - And 'tis but reckless waste In cream and sugar mixture cast- Besides, it spoils the taste; For bipeds of the feathered kind Is "grit" the proper thing, But unto "gizzards" as refin...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 3 December 1887

LOCAL ITEMS. Oun advertising columns and enclosed handbill notitiy the Brighton Recreation Fair lo-be held in the Brighton Town Hall, on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, the 8th, 9lhh. and 10th of December, and will be opened on Thursday next at 3 p.m., by the Hon. Thomas Bent. The following bands will play during the Fair On Thursday the Middle Brighton Brass Band; on Friday, Fiuister's ; and Satur day, Smith's. There will be numerous side shows, including one by W. T. Carter, Esq., of Black Rock, who will on the afternoons exhibit and experiment with his splendid electrical engines, amongst which a miniature electrical tramway car in motion running on a circular track will be shown, also the electric boy and lady who will shock (gently) everyone that touches them, and the electric half-crowns that will be given to anyone who can pick them up. In the evenings Mr. Carter will exhibit on Thursday a panorama of London, on Friday a panorama of Scotland, on Satur day a panorama of Ireland...

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OUR OPEN COLUMN. Brighton Library Catalogue. TO THE EDITOR OF THE "LEADER." [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 3 December 1887

OUR OPIEN COLUMN. Brighton Library Catalogue. TO TlHE EDITOR OF. THE " LEADER." SI..-?A. yon are supposed to knowo everything, could you inform the writer and ;yonurnumerous readers when the nmuch needed and long-talked-of of Library catalogue is going to make its appearance. Surely it has not taken some five or six months to complete the catalogue, if so, the compilers must have had many a nice little be the cause of the delay, it is neither creditable to the committee nor conducive to the welfare of the institution. Hoping you w-ill be able to throw some light on the mystery.-I am yours, etc., " EFQUIRER." We are soary we cannot inform " En quirer" when the catalogue will appear. lBut we believe the desire to " get it on the cheap " padded to an abnormal size with advertisements nobody looks at, or wants, has much to do with the delay. We. advise _"Enquirer to consider the "patience of Job " an.d try and wait a little longer, it may come with the new year.-ED, B. L.

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