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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 19 May 1888
L. Stevenson & Sons Limited, ontinuinlg the hubineg of L. S!TVENSON and BONS, ?sltablhed 1826. Head Office: 14 FIladoes Lane East, I lmberu m. OAPITAL. £300,000. Incorporated under the Compsales Sta?ute, 1864. DIBEITOSS: The Hnl. O. H. Jamee. M.0.; the Hen. EdwSZA Loogoe ; J. Lloyd ROberts, Eeq., B. Muray Bmith Req., O.M.G. In addition to their ordiay bdslneae will be pse , prepared to execute INDENTS tor ALL. C6LAISE of MEROKANDIIB. : And wild undertake AGENOIES either for BUYING or SE .IIENG. The cempany are open to reaelve deposits at tapecablde rase. GEOROG STEVENSON ) r aD ?.o rs BDKBRBIT OTEVENSON L. O. STEVaNSON Managing Director, London. ATIOSNAl MUTUAL LIFE ASSOOIATION Established 1809. HE&D orrl? : MELBOURNE, 1 MARKET BUILDINGS, With Agencies throeghout the Col?oy. THE OLDtlT VIICORIBA MUTUAL .1 OFFIOL. Voens in hband to meet claims nearly TBEe-QtJa.RTcOO oe JA MILLIOIB. ALtX. I. YOUNG. 1M-O PREMIZE IBIILDIKNG ABOCIATION OPFFIOBI 5 COLLINI SBRiEr AS?, " Sub...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 19 May 1888
AER 1HAN '( INGS Of Every Description from 21d per piece, suitable. 1 FOR Kitchen;' Bedroom; Hall, Dining or Draw ingroom. -NOTHING in the town of Brighton: to nrpass them The price theyareto be obtained from: MACPHERSONA, AWRIE Painters and Decoratori ,' CHURCH - TR"EETt;." MIDDLE BRIGHTON. : , -'.S: The;- : : ! .' N Perfect Wall w i I O Ii Decoration of the' "`': "N. S: '-9t h' Century.-'" A.RTISTIC. SANITARY. DURABLE. can be decorated to imitate Metal; Wood Terra-cotta or Majolica,: -Dado Decorations From lid, to 6s. d.' per yard.,; Sanitary: and other :washable wall papers. ,.:; Pavitt's Gold, Silver and Prismatic Bronzes. Windsor and Newton's Artists' Colors, Sable, Cable and Hog Hair Brushes. Opal Glass, Plain and Ornamental Glass, Tinned Paints and Painters Materials for Sale. MACPHERSON & LAWRIE HOUSE DECOnAToas, Undertake every Description of HOUSE PAINTING and DECORATING." All work executed in a first-class imanner. The Address is CHRBAY AN'-NEW STREET ,M antl:eple...
THE LEADER. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1888. COMMON OFFENCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 19 May 1888
THE LEADER. S Z ..... mnc To A.L SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1888. COMMON OFFENCES. AT Monday evening's meeting of the Brighton Town Council, two veryglar, ing and! yet very common offences against the Local Government Act were brought up.. The first was by Cr. Francis, to the effect that a very large number of drivers of vehicles were in the habit and practise ofdriv ing along and across the footpaths within the boundaries of the town; notably for instance along a good por tion of the footpath of the Point Ne "ipail-. .Cr.. :'alsthab also aade complaint that two lirige herds of cattle for some considerable time past had been allowed to prowl about the thickly-populated streets and footpaths, to the annoyance not only of pedestrians, but also to the utter desiolitioai-and; destruction of gravel walks, paths, shrubberies and gardens. He uentioned upwards:ot. oa :eomoteOf streets in which these herds of vag rant :animals "were in the habit of meandering.utte;rly uakept and un r ?? ~· , .c. care...
AN EXTRAORDINARY FIND. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 19 May 1888
AN EXTRAORDINARY FIND, . Mr H. Giles, a resident of Man ning road, Malvern, whilst walking through a paddock near the Emo Es tate, East Malvern, about a mile from the Caulfield railway station, last Sunday morning made a remarkable discovery of a parcel of letters. and newspapers, the proceeds of systema tic robbery from the Malvern Post thffice. It appears that Mr. Giles was taking a walk, and was accompanied by several terrier dogs. Passing a thick hedge, about7i5 yards from the road, the dogs by their actions attrac ted their owner's attention to a part of the hedge where the-bushy growth was particularly dense. and here he discovered 'a parcel containing 41 letters and 8 newspapers, all of which bore the Malvern post marks, the dates being from the 2nd to 8th May'. The letters and newspapers were all tied together in a bundle, and had evidently been hidden away by some person whose mtive can be fairly conjec tured. Mr Giles took the parcelhome with hiin? and on Monday morning he...
"PLEASE MENTION THIS PAPER." [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 19 May 1888
"PLEASE MENTION THIS PAPER." -0 This line stares the reader in the face in many advertisements, in all classes of papers and periodicals, and the request is in the majority of cases not complied with. Why should it be ? Many adver tisers get the idea that no batter scheme was ever devised to test the real value of any. paper as an advertising medium than this apparently simple requestand yet, as an index of value it is practically value less. Why ? Well, think back, and see how often you have neglected compliance with similar requests, and tell us why you neglected them. That will be an ex eellent reason. There is no obligation resting upon the reader to cmply with any such request and as time, which to the busy man is money, may be saved by neglecting them, why they go unnoticed. Business is like a river with many tribu taries, in which it is impossible to trace every drop of water to the spring from which it came. But if a journal is selec ted for advertising purposes that reaches...
CRUMBS SWEPT UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 19 May 1888
CRUMBS SWEPT UP. i~It is ainniouniced-that the uararifige of Prince ]cniry of Pruissia with Prin: cess Irene of Hesic;e the iiid daughter of tlie Grind Duke' f Heise: will take place on tlie '24th'instaiint i i Thoe Victorian :Merchant '. Shipiing Bill, which was iipassed in the last.ses sion ofthe Parliament of Victoria, aid wasireferred for the royal sanction, tihs been vetoed by the Queen, .. ' The; Parliament of rBrazil,has re; Ssolvedto immediately ablolish.the slave trade; that is now, being; carried on in thiat portion of South America.: A gatekeeper named Catheriiine I Lorrisey was killed on Saturday:at Golden Square.: ' : . Ani unsuccessful attempt upon the life of the E"iiiperor of' Rssia is repor-' ted froii" St. Petei burg. No -less ithai n7G5 applications have. been received lby the Exhibition :Com I missioners forsix. clerkships at .50s.: per week. S'he .visiting ministers ind laymen of the ,Wesleyai: ,Methodist Churches, noi enieting ;ini conference, and their fricnds...
BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, MAY 11. Before Messrs Sprigg and Francis, J .P. AN INCORRIGIBLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 19 May 1888
BI GHTON POLICE COUKT. FRIDAY, MAY 11. : Before Messrs Sprigg and Francis, J.P. I l l - ti N INCOHlIGIBI E. -.; 6i AtthurirIoor renandfr6omIilt wweek, was ,;rought. upi.as, a.neglected child...,H, had been remanded for: the appo?iance of his 1father, who was now present and promised to look after his son for the .future; he wasthen' discharged. ,, : ' . IPIGEON STEALEIS.i:i ; .' i: P. Quirk a .youth; of somoe16 man-. ners, Robert ?.'Oonachy anid ,H: Hlen-; nessy. alias F. Brown were.cliarged ,by the police with pigeon stealing.: .... The paren ts of Quirk and M- Conachy promised the bench to do all that lay in their power to prevent; their clil; dren froim again mixing up witltIevil companions and. they were let.off on payment of a fine.of 1£5 each; .Hen-. nessy who the police provedn to be an old offender was sent to gnol for three months.' "
MOORABBIN SHIRE. DIVISION OF THE WEST RIDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 19 May 1888
MOORABBIN SHIRE. **DIVISION Oi TLE WVEST -A deputation, wited: on? the?J 'ia John Nimmo, Minister ofb ? Public Works, on Tuesday last to support the prayer of a petition that had been pre sented to .him :asking, that' itlhe est Riding - of. the Shire of -Moorabbin should be divided.r: I i! ,Mr J. Keys, M:P., having rintro-' duced the depitationi, COr Abbott said that as one of the largest ratepayors of tho;Shire of Mloorabbin; he had Abee asked to lIy the ' facts conniected .itli: thol?petition beforeithe minister,'the petition .which -:had I been :presetited' asked that the West Riding- should be divided into. two riding's to be called the'west and:isouth liriding's *respec tively.' The, petitioix. showed, the ex-i pective iriconme of thl present ridings tobe---North, £930 is 6d; East,£980. 12s6d , -Vest, £62125 ;17s 6d;: .; : ;It was:signed' by 462 out of a'total of 1174 ratepayers on the inunicipah roll for the whole of, the Shire. ,The, ratepayers n tin the west riding num bored...
FRIDAY, MAY 18. Before Messrs Crook, Egan and Francis, J.P. BREACH OF BYE LAWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 19 May 1888
FRIDAY,'MAY18. Before Messrs Crookl"Egan andFrani,, J.P. , ?IEACHI OF BYE LAWS.:;. Li Fong and Ah: Song, were charged, by Sergeant Ryan as Inspector of Nuis ances for the town of Brighton, with allowing nighisoil to be deposited on their premises with',nt a permit. Mr Read, for the defence, contended that the Chinaman Li Fong and Ah S-ong were in China, and brought a witness to prove such to be the case. Constable Patterson deposed that early on the morning of the 1st inst he saw several loads of nightsoil deposited on land near Brighton. The Chinamannow in court gave the names of Li Fong and Ah Song and were the men who took in the nightsoil on the evening of the 12th inst. This was corroborated by thre wit nesses, and the bench after a short con sulation inflicted a fine of d£33s with 22 2s costs, and on the application of Mr Read, decl'ned to state a case. " oerge Coates of Dendy road, was also charged with a similar offence but after a patient hearing he having produced a copy o...
A BULL'S-EYE SHOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 19 May 1888
A BULL'S-EYE SHOT. "Boy, did you kill that rabbit ? asked a citizen of a ld who wam carrying a dead rabbit along the Holden road the other day in one hand, while he had a gun in the other. "If I didn't who did ?' was the surly reply. " Why. he might have run agin the tence and committed smicide." "Oh, onu were sneaking around and asw it, oh a" exclaimed the boy as he gave the rabbit a swing and dropped him into a mud-hole.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 19 May 1888
Advertising Cheats. , , It' has become so common to write the:. beginning of an elegant interesting article, and then run it into some advertisement. that we avoid all such cheats, and simply call attention to the merits of Dr: Soule's - American Hop Bitters in as plain honest : terms as possible, to induce people to give them one trial, as no one who knows their value will ever use anything else. "Provi dence Advertiser." S I lE F MALLV E N Notice is hereby given that no person will be entitled to be enrolled in respect of. any property unless before or on the eleventh day of Jine all sums payable in respdct of' any rates made in respect of such property have been paid. The Rate Collector. will attend at the Shire Office, Glenferrie Road Malvern on' the seven dayspreceeding the eleventh day.: of June' (Sunday excepted) from 10 n.m. to 4 p.m. to receive payment of rates. By order, SMITJI ELLIS, : Malvern, May 15th, 1888. Shire Secretary. TU NIVERSALIBRICK & TILE WORKS, RINGW...
THE NEW WAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 19 May 1888
THE NEW WAY. " I oms here to ask yon," he began a he eutered a grocery store. "I came in here to. " No, Sir !" wa the prompt reply. "laI me in here to - " "-Well, yon can go right ont again!" SSir I I'm no beggar !" exclaimed the stranger.' "I know it," replied the grocer. '"You came in to ask if ll bhad a City Directory. I haven't got one. I never had one. I was trying to eare lour valuable time." The stranger walked stffly out, and as he related his adventure on the corner he was asked if that wue really him object. ' Oh, no." he reph ed; "I we going to as' him for credit until Saturday night, and that is the new way of choking the man off. He tried to spare my feelings and secure himself at the same time. It' a new kink among grocers, and I eoess I't have to pay cub."
WHAT AN ANTHEM IS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 19 May 1888
WHAT AN ANTHEM IS. Two old British soldiers were talking over their shore experience. One had been to a rcathedral nd boeard some vera fine musica, and was dOmaUtinlg partleolarly upo an anthei whioh gave him much pleuasre. Hie shipmate listened for a while and then said: "I say, Bill, what's a banothem " "What," replied Bill, "do you mean to say you don't know what a bhantbem is ' "Not me." "Well. then, I'll tell per. If I was to tell yer, 'Ere Bill, give me that 'andpike, that wouldn't be a hanthem ; but if I we toeay,Bill. Bill, giv, grv, giv me, give me. give me Chat, Bill, give me, give me that hand, handspike, band, handepike, spike, spike, spike, ab-men, ahmen. Bill aivemethathandspike, spike, hmen! 'WVby that would bo a hanthem."
A Losing Joke, [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 19 May 1888
A Ltosing Joke, A prominent physician of Pittsburg said jokingly to a lady patient who was com plainmg of her continued ill health, and of his inability to cure her, "Try Dr. Sonle's Americas Hop Bitters!" ,The lady took it in earnest, and rsed the Bitters. from which she obtained permanent, health. She now laughs at the doctor for ,his. joke, but he"is hot so well pleased with' it, as it cost him a[ goodpatient. 1" Harrisaburg Patriot.'
CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 19 May 1888
CHURCH SERViCES TOMORROW.', Presbyterian.-Brightono. Rev. ''Mr 11and7. Elsternwick.-Rev. J. Hay, 11 and 7:. C Oheltenham, 3, Mentone, 7, Rev. B. M. Fergus. Caulfield, Rev. H. B. Macartney, 11' ad 7 Armadale, Rev. F. Webb. Elsternwick, Rev. P. Bailhache. ..: 3lMalvern, Rev. C. .1. Godby, II and:7., Onileigh, Rev. T. Il'Riist. Brighton CongregationaL-Morning and evening, Rev. J, Rickard. Malvern, Rev. C. Moon, 11 and 7. Oakleigh, Rev. J. F. Gannaway, 11 and 7 Wesleyan Methodist-Brighton, 11 Rev. W. Clarke, and 7. Rev. C. H. Ingamclls. Primitive Methodist-South Yarra, Bev: B1 Wibberley, 11, and 7. North' Brighton, .Rev. C. Anthony,! 11 and Mr. Searle, 7. South :Brighton, Rev. , 11, and Rev. C. Anthony, 6.30 East Brighton--ev. C, Anthony, 3 and --7. Baptist Church-Brighton,Rev. S. Howard 11, and 7. Christian Chapel-Brighton, 11 and 7. Cheltenham, Mr. Coodacre, 7. Union Church-oaulfield, Rev. J. Gregson 11 and 7. Union Chapel-South Brighton, after. noon, Rev. C, Ingamells, afternoon; Mr....
TIMID REGARDING PA. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 19 May 1888
TIMID REGARDING PA. "But, George, said the young lady, "if you would stae the oane to papa as fully as you have to me, I think he would consent to our union. He could help you, you know.. With that patens clothes.rack of yours, the .bole eountry for a field, and papa at your back?-" "It's your papa at my baok that I am afraid of, Laura," ejaulmtend Georg. moving uneaaily in his chair.
NERVOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 19 May 1888
0 NERVOUS. MEN, yonngandl oIl, nmarricl or single suffering from nervous Debility, Premnturec r Decay, Loss of Manhood, Vital Power, and Sall diseases of the Genito Urinary Organs, Smay obtain, free, a valuable treatise by an Seminent Surgeon, containing full informa , ion regardiag self-treatment, by applying S, letter to..Box 103l G.PO, Sydney, .
ELSTERNWICK DEPUTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 19 May 1888
EL8TERNWICK DEPUTATION. Mr H. R. Reid further stated that the drainage of Elsternwick was simply abominable, and would have to: be altered to prevent disease spread ing. At the present time typhoid fever was rampant, and women and children were suffering in dozens from the disease. He thought that the de putation should have some satisfactory reply why the petition was not re ceived. It was hard for people to see their relatives dying. round them, simply because a bill could not be passed to make provision for draining the municipality. The petition had been signed by an absolute majority of the residents of the. district, and as they had been told by Mr Nimmo that a legal objection had been raised by the law officers to the granting of the petition, they desired to know from Mr Wrixon, as the. head of the law department, what this was, in order that they could either meet it, or, if it were found necessary, retrace their steps and begin de novo. Mr Townsend M'Dermott said that for ...