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BOILED TONGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 10 December 1887

.. BOILED TON'UE. Steep in cold water all night, to get the salt out, for which purpose squeeze gently, and rinse with a flow, of water in the morning. Boil two or three hours according to the : . Skim occasionally. Garnish with par uley. STEWED TONGUE. Prepare the tongue as previouely described, but stew, adding two to four ounces of lard to the water. Large tongues should always be etewed, and a whole day is not a bit too long.?. BOEIED HAM. ! Proceed as for stuffed ham in all respects but the stuffing. If for eating hot, the skin moust be taken off while hol, and the brown ing done immediately afterwards, ready to serve with veal or poultry. It intended for ;,ri-'- xelusively cold, letting it get nold in :· r is the chief guarantee of excel-. aTece - * *A jwt stemolle: hals arrived from -'ifýland, called thiic Fifcshire.-: Itis i:ir?teiided to run !th stc.a:ier i:i: the` .-·~E~.I Cow Zoala d · tv.Oc '<

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And District Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THINGS WORTH KNOWING. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 10 December 1887

THINGS WORTH KNOWING. -0 Afever patient is cooled off and mademore comfortable by frequent sponging with warm soedawater. ' A halt-.easpoonful of soda in half a cup of water will relieve sisk headache that is caused by indigestion. Warm mustard water should be given to one who has aooidentally swallowed poison; this will cause vomitnllg; after that give a cup of strong coffee; tuat will counteract the remaining effects. When going from a warm room out into the cold air close your mouth tightly and breathe through your nose to prevent taking cold. A hard cold is oftentimes cured by a cap of hot lemonade taken at bedtime, as it will produce perspiration. Consumptive night sweats may be arrested by sponging the patient's body at nightwith ,:salt and water. "'Teething children may be relieved of con ,viulions by being immersed in a warm bath, Sand cold water applied to the head. ` For croup or pneumonia bruise raw onions, lay on a cloth with powdered gum camphor sprinkled over it, and a...

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And District Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Poetry. The Tangled Skein. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 10 December 1887

Like the first faint ,,loof morn . s V icthis oy tht sweetly; thrilld? ii. Snew thirst tawa rening lovers Thouey their loave wi not conf?ucpdl , And even by their own young hearts That love was scarcely gusd, Like the first faint glow of miornin," Like the coowas aof wooinsom e mid Vs ans tis joy thatt awcotly. thrilled them The frat awaikening love. - Thoy were a handsome couple, iHe wnas a manly lad, Ind she wis a winsome maiden; Swecetly-tempered; bright and glad. As they sat in the cottane parlor,.,;. The little maideni wrought So busily ait her hbroidery frame '"To needlessl"' ," he thought. For, 0, he iwished to talk to her, To speak a tender wordi That rang and choed thro?gh his heart', But, shy as any bird. She flew away if he bat looked' Too ardently his love. What could he do, what could he say?' :Her shyness to remove , And so he silent sit and looked At her with ~vistful eyes; lBut if she noticed 'it at all, ' Onesonly could surmise: s , ': - ,. i .stt saddenl3y she turn...

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And District Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Science. Preserving Hides with Kieselguhr. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 10 December 1887

i.e iacc wit iisCsl-: .? €; ,Jt . .. . In the treatment of hBdss and skins'wit a vicew to preserve 'tlhe from injuiry through riottlng,n maggots, 'and other :prodicts-'d i; decomposition, Mr. E. A. Brydges, of Berlin, proposes to treat them with kieselguhr or berghmehl;which corresponds to the fossil meal, diatomite, or infosorial earth of the; English, and consists of the shells of minute 'animals of such extreme fineness that a cuibic inch of fossil meal contains upward of fokty.thousand million shells. This fossil meal consists, chemically considered, of over 190 ler cent. of silicic acid and a small per. cEnta? e of potash and organic matter, which latter can be removed by simple calcination, and is extraordinarily hygroscopic, being, in fact, capable of absorbing an enormous qimantity of fluid. The invention of Mr. Brydges consists in a novel treatment or process of treating raw and other hides or skins: prior to tannwig, .tawing'i orother treatment, in order to free them from ...

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And District Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 10 December 1887

k:The` CoziY JIAdaii s remarks ° that' Mr. Gosehen is said to have taken to the ideas of mnakinig 'the'-silver coin =beair ai reasl piro portionate valpeleof .the gold rcoin ='°' Daring "thcrecesa ~ho "',willdtecivr tn formularise the principle rind-brso.ing iotn .practical. ~ioikino° i~iii~i ~ oi l

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And District Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 10 December 1887

Every description of Plain and Ornamental Printing executed at the office of this paper, and at Very Reasonable Prices, including Billheads, Cards, Circulars, Programmes, Handbills, Labels, Reports, Pamphlets, Posters, Receipt Books, Delivery Books, &c,, &c.

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And District Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TWO STYLES OF NOVELS. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 10 December 1887

SWO STYLES OF IOVELS. S men lovers of good novels who etjoy their :.'favo,,.i withouat stopping to dalasty them, : may. ais~'i 'o the current diephitee about the S nalytioae fiction of the day and- have the while a quite vague notion of the peculiar style i?indicated by the term. Better than any defai n':ition is a tangible example. Happily here 'is one from a recent writer which is jur suited to the occasion. SFrset the old fashioned novel of incidri t 'which said what it had to say and mov, d. .on : OLD TYLw.. "Do you always choose such an early bour as this for your rambles ?" he asked. "Not always." she said. " but very often." `'!'And is it because the freshness of the. morning tempts you out, or because you li.. - t o be alone?' "I'rather think it is because I like to iv alone," she answered. - Then for once you have faile I of your oh` ject; but let me at least plead I have sinne??t in ignorance." And he held out his hjind with a laugh. Nsw stras He watched her for a moment i...

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And District Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AN ODD DEVICE TO TO TAKE TURKEYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 10 December 1887

AN ODD DEVICE TO TO TAKE TURKEYS., W. F. Shuman lhas betn bothered by wild; turkeys.. They have been systematically en terini his cornfield for some time. past and. * destroying his tiiiddin, -corn Under the game'law of the-country hbe coilld not shoot' theem, but he found where'they.came in andr out, and one day. he slipped roundl and set up soiie umbrella ribs in their path. Slip. ping back he shut off his gun and shouted to give them a fright. ' His plan succeeded. They ran at i' great speedt to get away and four out of five in the bunch killed themselves against the ribs.--Valdosta (Ga.), 'Times.'

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And District Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RAILWAY ACCIDENT AT WINDSOR. Another Disaster narrowly averted A Scene on the line. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 10 December 1887

RAILWAY ACCIDENT AT WINDSOR. .Another Disaster narrowly averted A Scene on tihe line. On Wednesday evening last, 7th, re sidents in the vicinity of the Windsor rail way station were alarmed to hear a loud report from thle direction of the railway station, and somewhat similar to that caused by the explosion of an engine boiler. In less than five minutes the ap proaches to the station and the level crossing at Union-street gates were alive with men, women, and children, some of whom were hatless and only. hastily at tired. Thee cause of the excitement; however, seemed not to be so serious as at first anticipated. The 6.55 p.m. up train from Windsor had just moved out some twenty yards from the station when the connecting rod of the engine gave way, and the train came to a standstill. At the same time the engine gave forth a loud report. The train was crowded, and the passengers soon showed signs of ex citement. Windows and doors were thrown open, and in a few seconds the whole of the...

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And District Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Miscellaneous. A Message of the Better Life. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 10 December 1887

A A..:mod al c ,of::ut- .... tIL fteA( .L 'o Ioses blomomie rouhlv bfroubrr ine , i Smcsshgeof the Summer timc anr idl, of,?he dew; 3li, A'glims `of' ll thin"s bea tifu ahinto all things tender t Adreiam oifll thins o e ionderful, llfair So, ndt e liglits her torches brih thtr And os .your petals delvety ar, onei by one, ind?ufoldines",,!? :l:is. .l :i" , i So isa mrvel ,rou?bt bifore our:wonder ?.,-idened eyes c;, ;, th For silently you -demonstrate th oesnty earth is holdii , .,, - .; Forcistinf thus the glories in the realms of Paradise: ;'Mia,. P Am neosag ,too !is folded (lon, within the Lily-s clisice- .. A messae to the earnest he~it of ~ peace, and joy, .nd lore :::.: :: A chasrge to rise a the. t i brld its envy, w- :. ar,?,nd" - alicl o icd m 7 :,::: '., ` . ;;;. : Asis the L ily grosi a?l~from earthi toward Sttesli5e aobvr ':','b:o " Or itbin the shidowed river dell, aeross the misty-meidows,'- :" .f Ve catch the o gleam n ofun likir eed bloom, - the burning Card'nal blar...

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And District Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Standard of Political Morals. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 10 December 1887

Standard of Political Morals.--A democratic age,.in. which power is chiefly aofi by appeals:to the"great masses of the population, is likely to be an age of high moral profession; and it will be free from many of the prevalent evils of an aristocratic government. The avowed cynicism, the dis regard in foreign. politics for the right of nations, the open subordination of political interests to personal and family pretensions, the many, forms of petty corruption which so often meet us in the Eighteenth Century have wholly, disappeared or greatly diminished; but another;and a not less dangerous family of vices has ninch tendency to increase. Cant and hypocrisy, the com bination of mean action and supersaintly, profession, the habitual use of liaguage that does not'represent-the real sentiments and motives of the speaker, the habit of disguis ing party and personal motives under lofty anl high-sounding professions ;f the sacrifice "of the most endliring.interests of the nation for the p...

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And District Record, The
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CAKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 10 December 1887

*ri PL C E n-IredlienIs :ib of goodL bef drinipie (cari.ied). 1 lb.1. of flor, : lb of s?egar, oz. ccaraway secds ,71-pilt of milk, h::~id tablespoonful of carbonate: -of soda=s ' Method : Rib the dripping into the flour, add:the simgar and caraway seeds, and mix all together with the milli, in which the soda has Ibeen dissolvcd, Bake at once for 1. hours.

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And District Record, The
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EGGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 10 December 1887

EGGS. IEGS Son LI PLAT.-Ingredients : 6 eggs, 1 tablespoonful of butter or nice dripping. Pepper and salt to taste. Method : Melt the butter on astone, china, or tin plate, or shallow baking dish. Break the eggs carefully inio this; dust lightly 'with pepper and salt, and put in a moderate oven until the swhites are well "set." Serve in the dish in which they were baked.

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And District Record, The
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Nothing to Say. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 10 December 1887

Nfothifl I/to .Sa,/. Notiin' to say, my daugliterl I X in' ,i all to say Girls that's in love ''ve noticed, oncra?ly h;live their way ' YTes mother did, afore you, when her folks S : objected to me- ' -: :: -.':, :. ' : t ; Yit here I am, nnd heire ou air I -and yer S, mother-- here isshe ?- ''. .: , : Aou look lots like youri motiliherip rty ch adnec ini sizee And 'out thecsaiic complct dfavor 'enibouitthe 'yes';; Like her, tooi6,"bblt livin her;, bechause she codiIdn't stay ' .' It'll most seem like you was dead like her !-t Sbut I hain'tt got fiothina'? 'toay' :She left yon ier little Bible-writ yonrnaine :acrest the p-'.gei l : ' ;' ' '^ ;]^%^"-' And left her car bobs for ?oud cf ever yon : /. ' c a m e bo f '., a g e: . . " ' "i': " ; - . .1 .:e. . . . I'vo allis. kep 'em; and gyaned em, but if 'or' g in' avy' ....-. - , Nothin' to s.ay, my daugliter oN-thin at il Yo6, dont frikollect her, I reckon? No; 'you wain'ty i "ar old the! ,..: And now. yer-hovobld ,i'yoia ;i Wh'y, chil...

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And District Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Good Stories. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 10 December 1887

? iDumisithi elder, losed to laitilh at the ;e?e'n's of I English stiffness and reserve. One f thisrstories wris ithis.: One day"Victor . '?egail I -de ihvrited to dine: with. the Ih' ink'of;iJ~diD es r'Amon"g thhe guests were" Lord and Ladsy ' lmersten"6fcolsnr this. :::lisappiited before. tho cFebruary revolution:, "-1-At'snidni-iibtc ta ais handed 'iround. v ictor .:;? ?ugo:an I ;ere seatedsidelby side,' chat St; ay merrily. --Lord and Lady Palmer: :;: astud arrived very late, anid there had con - 'i'equieniitly been o' 'opportlinity to'instroduce i:s before dinner; after dinner, it seems it * w'wiasforgottehn Englisih custom, consequiently, Sdid not allow us to be addressed by the illus trious-couple. All at once.young Deeczes ?cotieies `ip to us hiid says: '"iMy dear Dumas, Lord PaliiCrstiin begs you will leave a chair :.free between:you and Victor Hugo." I has ha: tened to do as he wished. Thereupon enters ""'.Lo.rdlPalmerston, holding the handof ;his .wifre leads her up to us...

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And District Record, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 10 December 1887

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Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And District Record, The
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REMEMBER THE POOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 10 December 1887

*1REMEMBERI THE POOR.: (TO TIIE EDITOR O' TIIE " LEAERnt") S'i. ?,-TVill you kindly permit me to in form.the'residents of Brighton and Moor abbin that the annual pic-nic of the poor Newrs Boys of Melbourne will `take placeu durinm this mo?th, at- Half ooIOoBnay;': n adattd that will lie: notified in your next isue. I shall be-pleased, indeed, if any| residents, ~iho are willing to assist in amnus in" the youngsters, will kindly forwiard their names to me._ ', Somie little timen'ick an entertainment: was held in; Oheltenham,; and the proceeds upwards I.bf sixteen pounds enabled; these boys to starti little: coffee palace of' their own, which since its inauguration has been a thorough ;success, and is now actually a: ..paying" and t. going-concern " At this :palace'" the poor can always obtain a good cup'of'lot ten,'coffee, or soup, for a penny, or the same, with good clean wholesome food, for twopence. Those who so generously gave me their assistance to make the entertainment a succe...

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CAULFIELD POLICE COURT. MONDAY, DECEMBER 5. (Before Messrs. Watts and Holland, J's.P.) REFUSING TO ADMIT THE POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 10 December 1887

CAULFIELD POLICE COURT. MoNusY, DECEiMBER 0. (Before Mesrs. Watts and Hollan d, J's.P.) RIEFUSING TO .D3IIT .THE POLICE:. Anneo Smith, i?ife of the late licen see of the Caulfield Club Hotel: was charged by Constable Jordan with,:' refvsing him admission to the hotel, on the 4th of last September. The offence was fully proved by. complainant, and corroborated by Constable Balchin and a witness named Michael Hayes. Defendant, who did not appear, but was repre sented by her husband was fined i?.?-.. with 3s. 6d. costs. INSULTING iEiiAVIOURn. A. Somerset war charged by Con stable Loorham with insulting behaviour on the Elsternwick railway station, on the 17th November. The constable .deposed that he went on the day in question to defen dant's residence to serve him with a summons - 1 .- I ?.?-;- .1 . that he.was not at-home. "5oouafter= wards seeing him leave the house and go in the direction of the station, he followed him, ar d whilst serving the summons he (defendant) threat ened wi...

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A Bunch of White Flowers. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 10 December 1887

In pissing through a clover field Lcuiill s noseay, wildand unscet, aOf flowers wind owni, at nmy feet :lloo?iiin among the meadow grass' :: u Thliiy nestle timid as I pass iBut ga s anyj lawn could yield. Feathery spmrys of elder bloom, :.And daisies bright as stars of gold, Z: With milkweed's pink and orange mold, : head of rye, a head of wheat, •Some clover blossoms pink and sw'cet ? I choose to deck my study room. -In passing through this life of ours SWe find our dullest days n-light With blessings hidden half from sight, Among the weeds of toil and strife Are loving deeds that brighten life Scattered along our path like flowers. -Ndellie CIhse.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 10 December 1887

The Crown Prince of Germany, while present at the Spithcead naval review on board the queens' yacht, met theex-Empress Eugenie, who, as the guest of the queen, was also admiring the magnificent spectacle from that vessel. The last previous occassion on which the Crown Prince had met Eugenie, then Empress of the French, was at the festivities which took place on the opening of the Suez Canal in November, IS59-nn .interval of eighteen years, crowded full of events for both the empress and the prince,.

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