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LAWN TENNIS. CHELTENHAM V. SOUTH BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 19 May 1888

LAWN TENNIS.   CHELTENHAM V. SOUTH BRIGHTON.   This match, played last Saturday on the courts of the former resulted as     follows :-Messrs. T. Chandler and W. Everist Comport (C) beat Messrs. R.       T. Smith and Lucas (S:B.) by 12 tb' 2:'": Messrs. S. Chandler and H" C ori' port (2) beat Messrs. R. T. Smith and Clayton (S.B.) by 12 "to :; 3 nd also Messrs: Lucas :nd Clayton (S 13) by I2 to' 0 ' Totals-Cheltenbuam ' 36, South Brighton, -. CHELTENHI?3[ V. CARLTON (Trophy? .Match). :. Will be played ta-day at Carlton, conimencing at 2 p.m. sharp.

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 19 May 1888

LOCAL ITEMS. Tenders were on Wednesday opened for   the work of filling and reclaiming the   Elwood Swamp adjoining: Elsternwick and North Brighton, and almost between   the latter place and East St. Kilda. The   area:of the swamp is 137 acres, and the Department estimated the work would   take four years. The work has been under taken by the Lands Department after con siderable pressure having been brought to bear, but when reclaimed, the land will   become very valuable, and it is estimated the department should make a reasonable   profit on the 'transaction by selling the   area reclaimed. There was a good com-   petion, eight contractors having tendered   under, in all twelve tenders, and the   great range of the amounts shows there has not been anything like a knock-out.   The lowest tender was under £40,000,   ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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SIR HENRY TAYLOR AND HIS FRIENDS. (PALL MALL GAZETTE) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 26 May 1888

SIR HENRY TAYLOR AND HIS FRIENDS. (PALL )ALL GAZETTE) What a mass of material the anecdotic t historian of our half century will have to deal 1 with? From the endless array of biographies, autobiographies, diaries, and letters it should almost he possible to '"account for" every day in the life of cortain prominent members of literary and political coteries-to discover where he was, and who wse in his company at any given date, and even to pick up scraps of bia conversation. Sir Henry Taylor, in the two volumes of his " Auntobiography," had already contributed his fair share to the intrimate anaels of his time. The c llectiono, or rather eele-tion, of letters now before us is a sort, of supplement to the " Autobio graohy." If there is not a great wealth of absolute anecdote in this correspondence, there are many direct and vivid glimpses of the literary men of three generations, "in their habite as hbey lived." Ia 1831 Taylor writes from Landon so hi.- ...peaor'. (and him' oen) dear...

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MAY OWEN'S HUSBAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 26 May 1888

MAY OWEN'S HUSBAND.* Br GEORGao R. Sius. SWhat do they ear to.day ? Tell me, I can bear it.' A young woman of seven or eight and twenty, etill pretty, though trouble had left its mark opon her features, looks up from the pillow on which her weary head rests, and asks the question eagerly oft the motherly old I soul, her landlady, who had jest returned from a visit to a London hospitaL For a moment May Owen'se landlady heei' tates. The poor young creature has not yet re covered the shock of the terrible night when a stranger came to her with the news that her husband had been terribly injured by an accident at the works where he was employed, and had been taken to the hospital. But Slay Owen read the answer in the woman's face. He is worse,' abe said. 'Tell me; do they say there is any hope V The old lady shook her head sorrowfully. SThey eay, my dear, that he won't live through the night.' The landlady nhd expected a flood of tears. eenhapea a ao ssef..ow ioan-ae Owenset her head al...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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WOMEN'S RIGHTS AND MEN'S RIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 26 May 1888

SWOMEN'S RIGHTS AND MEN'S RIGHTS. ----0---- On Tuesday Aeveuis 1iss Helen 'art;lectui ed it the Shire 'll~Rush-. worthl.; on Women's:I flights .and' Men's Rights." The lecturess, who had a somewhat mascuiline appearance; 'wvas attirediina a loodse biut graceful dressing gownvli.' She comim enced hei addriss by regretting the absnnce of 'i chairmain, the Ji' P. of the township beiig awedl by tlie manniier, in .which she uphleld women's rights, and her evident know ledge of pugilism: i The auidience, whlich a is' principally comiposed of tlie; male set kept aiespectfiil` dcistance from tlie 'itfoim, aiid one of the bIoldest' riii'i'imiei s "rshortly after the lecture comimeed left the hall 'mud liishat in; haste, concealin" however, hirs dlarin ,by politely:;: stating:: that although ho hid conie five miiles to hear her he thought her no good ."The rest of the miudienci eniboldeied iy tilhe presence of thi pi e forced remaiined anid were teated to an` excellent disi course ni" liid hu...

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MALVERN POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, MAY 19. Before Messrs. Jones, Edsall and Dr. Eccles, J.'sP. DESTROYING LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 26 May 1888

U; MALVERNiPOULICER U CURT . SATuRDAY, bLsY 19. Before M1Tsssi-s.t' .'os Edsali and, S ' DSoTRYING LTTERS: Roland Stephens, 'a youth ap. parently,of 'about 16 years;oqf iage was chargedi..,with;, wilfullyl attemptingato des troyletters, papers, &c i;.;tie .pro-' portyy of the Postuniastes General.:., ])Detectie-seergeant Lnpmnsax,;prosecti. tedifor ,the postal" authorities, under the lSth lKsection of the Post-office Statute; The boy who Was undefended; :plealled'iguilty ," ruiisc n F .r. , SVMrs Wilson, of 'tho Milvern" Post-. office,;.gaie evidence thato the idefend ant was, on the 1st' My last, employed to deliverT letters Jwithin the district, his wages behig10ds lper' week with Boardi and'lodging. .Three other boys were siimilarly employed, in accord iance with'arrangements made- with the head office. -Oil the 10th inst. she received a packet of letters and cards w1hich had been picked up by a boy namiediBates. She recognised a a number of* the envelopes as having been ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 26 May 1888

,YANDELL'S DIARRUEEA MIXTURE the must eflicacious preparation for this com plaiint quickly relievcs and restores they system to its natural condition.-(Advt.) Notice to Advertisers and - orrespondents.- _ Advertisements intended for insertion in this Paper should -reach our office not later than 5 pm. on Fri days; and alterations and additions to Slanding Advertisements not later than noon on Thursdays to ensure attention, Correspondents forwarding GCRUncn NOTICES, reports of CRICKET, FOOTBALL. 'dc., or anyothei intelligence of localim portance are requested to forward .the same as early as possible, hnt not later than noon on Thursdays, and to write on one side of paper only. - Siih Ho. Jameas Servicq was pn Tuesday'last returned at the head of the poll, tofill , the ovacancy in the Melbourne Province which was created. by the death of Dr. Hearn. Vi Witlini wo lii6iK of ith'e tiimtefof the firstinnigs boftli':'Oford cridket match closing, "The Daily Telegraph," recording the events...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 26 May 1888

Drapers aind Groersc.f TADIES, the ief' Goods are jst Sopened for the coming Season. Try and make it convenient to come and see them. I shall be glad to send you samples. The value this season boats all in the past.. Dress Twdede, Checks and Plain Dress g odsan imzsiraso variety t ^S ~Calicoes; ~Sheetsnns,. Casobrics1'.EWVliiiti .obes. " EimiroideTii;ll widtlis ii - A firi St'ck'oef Everythinr ito chboso 119, Bourke stre East. 149 1E1IrTERNWICK :C L'S'T 'E N W ~ I C K }i BAILW iAY GROCERY STORE. W. COLLINS Family Grocer. WOOD, COAL & GENERAL PRODUCE .... ` ALWAYS ON 'HAND. ' Families waited 'Oft daily Coods of Best Quality at very tModerate Prikes. Special Advirtisements. T. COOKE, Geeneral 'House Painiter,i Decorator; &c., Good Workmanship and Best Materials Guaranteed. 1"High' Street, Ariadale. Estimates Given. II.. M ONT.GO1EIERY, 'CARPENTER & CABINETMAKER, ·o----------------------4hrn, - 4GA. Chapel i Street; ..Esthmates given. SFurniture Repaired, and Re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 26 May 1888

BUSINESS STILL BOOMING AT SPECIALTY 84 (HAPML STREET, 84 (Opposite Town Hall), NOTE OUR PRICES : ` TABTIE OTTTLERY. ly J jO lite crs andaSons, Wain, and other Good MIakers. WHITE BONE BALANCE HANDLE KNtIVibI Tal le 12e. per dozen... Desserts, 10. perlozen ZYLONITE ,, ...Table 18. ,,... Desserts, 16s. ,. BEST IVORY '... 1Table 25s ..... ... Desserts, 18. ,, SPLENDID VALUE WHITE BONE HANDLE ... Table 6s. L d.. . `D.. - esserts, 5s. 6d. TABLE KNIVES and FORKS from 69. per dozen. TABLE PLATE. TABLE FORKS and SPOONS in Nickle Silver, 8,.O. G.& 13s. per doz. TABLE FORKS und SPOONS in Silverite, ... 16s.per do. DESSERT 6s. 6d. & 10s. -,, DESSERT , ,, ... 1 ,, TEA SPOONS 'h. O& 4s. 6d.,, TEA SPOONS 6,, .. . Oa ,, 3MUSTARD, SALT, and EGG SPOONS in NickloeSilier and Silverite, warranted to wear white throughout. DIXON'S ELECTRO-PLATE SPOONS and FORKS-Tea, 12s. per doz. Dessert, 24s. per doz. Table, 30s. per dozen. ELECTRO-PLATED CRUETS, 7.. id., Ss:. 6d., 12s. d., 16,....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 26 May 1888

Special. ` - SCi p) A PE:R HA N G NI GS 0-OfEvery Description fromi21d per piece, de rmsaitable CA-OR, Kitchen, Bedroo, Hall, ining or Draw ingroom.; NOTHING 'AT: ···in 'ih~b ibr.o if Bilgi~toskik<i strpa~ss ibe~n The price they arc to b1 eobtained from MACPHERSON& LAWRIE Painters and Decorator, SCHURCH - STREET, MIDDLE BRIGHTON. T A U Ma N Perfect Wall Si Decoration of the -1 9th: Century.= ARTISTIlC. SANITARY. DURABLE. can be decorated to imitate' Metal, Wood Terra-cotta or Majolica.: SDado Decorations From lid, to 6s. 6C. per yard` Sanitary and other washable wall papers. Pavltt'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 DECORATORS, Undertake every Description of.: HOUSE PAINTING: and DECORATING.. ; All work executed in a first-class mainer. The Address is ?CHUR C HSTREET DnDDLE BIo...

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 26 May 1888

AGRICULTURAL. NOTES. A welcome rain ha.. isexperienced throughout the whole of Victoria. In every distrtiet more or less has fallen, ad, although coming rather late, yet there is still a few weeks warm weather before the cold of winter set, in. and the young crop. and the eras will get a.good start. Water is becoming rather scarce in the northern districts, and another heavy downfall is required in order to fill the tanks and dame. Our country cone, epondents this werek allpeak encouragingly i of the improvement in the pastoral and agri cultural outlook generally since the downfall. The drought has not yet broken p in New South Wales,. Towards the close of last week rain fell in several localities in the interior, ut the fall was not sufficient to moistenthe soil below the surface. Extreene cold and heavy frosts have since followed, d doing much damage to the petures. Wxiting on the drootht. the Government c aetoncmer of New Sooth Wales makes the following interesting remarks :-"The...

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YACHTING. THE PROPOSED INTERNATIONAL REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 26 May 1888

YACHTING. ;.THE PROPOSED INTERNATIONAL. Lna EGTTA. - A frieeting of the generialcomiiiittee of the proposedVictoriani'Internationial Regatta, was held on Saturday eveningi at the Port Phillip Club'Hotel.iTh re were present :=Massrs" F."1. l6rki hiami; R:Heatrd, MiVC NW.`. iewuirq J. D Emerson, T. :S. `Walls;'' e W Allee, L. Meyer, `R. Murray Cdoiiii cillor J; Edwarid, (Port''elliotiie)' Councillor E. Thompson, JiP. of Frankston; and Captainiis M'Petrie and Scott. Mr: F. T. Morkham was voted to the chair." The corresliondetice was read and received anid the recorim mendations of the committee of advice were then read by the secretary and adopted. Captain M'Petrie announced that he would have much pleasure ini subscribing £23 to the funds of the regatta. It was further announced that the amount subscribed at present from the shire of Mornington would be forwarded immediately. On theid motion of Mr. R. Heard, secoinded by Mr. "T. J. Watts, it was agreed thit the first Thursday in eachi...

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WEALTH OF THE ROTHSCHILDS [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 26 May 1888

WEALTH OF THE ROTHEOHILDS THE" asUIoOTO a Posr .") The Bithschllds are said to be the richest famnilyin thewuorld They bave banks in the' leading capitals of Europe, ant Kinge and Governments are among their custo test. The Paris branch of the banking{ frm is said to keep a capital of 300.000,000 dollars at its command and hardly a war is begun In Earope for which the funds are not funishe t by this family. Still, five goner ationa ago toe blood whioh now rules these ailillons was selling old clothes in the Jewish uarter ofFrankfort-onslhe.Maine, and when Madison was President, the firsta Millionaire tolhashild died, leavint only 5.000,000dol. I once visited the home of all the Rothg - child at Frankfort, and looked at the little banking-honse where years ago Anselm Meyer Ilahechi d began to take. articles on pawn and to shave notes for so much per cant. It is in the dirtiest part of Frankfort, and it has about the same surroundings as Five Points, New York. The streen Is dirty, its...

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A Losing Joke. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 26 May 1888

A Losing Joke, A prominent physician of Pittsburg said jokingly to a lady patient who was com plaining of her continued ill health, and of his inability to core her, "Try Dr. Soule's American Hop Bitters I" The lady took it in earnest, and esed the Bitters. from which she obtained permanent health. She now laughs at.the doctor for his joke, but he is not so well pleased with it;,as it cost him a good patient. "Harrisburg Patriot.'

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Scraps. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 26 May 1888

Scraps. Over 100 patents to inventors of perpetual motion have been granted in England and France the past twenty years, and yet perpetual motion has not been invented. The Parilsfns, It appears., throkw away .aaually more than 300,000 tons of material, which as collected by the ragpiekers, and sad by them for opwards of £1,000,000. The French Treasury came it a large forture left it hby so old man eamed 0leyer. who said he had no relatives. When the in. weatory of his goods was being made a etone Sltr was thrown uide, because broken and Ali for use. When it wa hbeing carrad away as rubbish rome papers fell out, whiob The raeguar allowance of the Prince of Wales by Parliament is 240.000 a year, to which mast he added £10,000 more, which is anaslly allowed to the Princess. He re. calves a forther annual income of £60,000 to 9,000 from the revenues of the Duchy of crulwal. which is his by birthright fim hicome in round numbers is about £100,000 a vesr armr At (3'a Hoepital, London, re...

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FOOTBALL. BRIGHTON V. ALBERT PARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 26 May 1888

FOOTBALL. BRIOGHiTON V.. ALBERT PARK. .These clubs met last Saturday at Brighliton,Beach. The visitors played splendidly together aid defeated .the local team by 4 goals; 7. behind to 1i goal, kicked by byers, and 4 behinds. Wilmot, Tepleton, Agg, Everingl am and Giout plaed, a good uiphill gu neý :for thelocalsr t I . iiiIGiiTOE ',"-N V' NAPI~a. This match was nphyrd on Satmuxihy at Alees, andresulted in a i gin foi the visitors by 1s goals, 6 : hinds 2to9 behindsl The visitors were in eery] wvam superiorito tthe locals,, heim twice as hi and heavy, and tlhey hid a full; team as anailust the locals hI vinig 19; mnl in the 1st mal an.urd i" the 2nd. Thelocals-were greatly 'weakened biyi the loss of 3 Wrights, Reid, Klemmer, and Wenbonrine. For the winners 1Barett Moulntan, .Fuilartonandi Storey pilayed well, and for Bri'hton, Wyaitt, Wilson, and "P3 ey play3ed a really grand game, and were' also assisted by Ower, Friend, and Griffin. DiM. YW. Wilson in the capacity of umpire gave en...

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LAWN TENNIS. CHELTENHAM V. CARLTON (Trophy Match, Third Division). [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 26 May 1888

LAWN TENNIS. - 0---- CHEL.TENIIHt V. CARLTON. (Trophy,.. Match, TI'hird Division). This inatch was played 'last Satu'r diy at Carlton; i and iresuiilted iii' a victory for the Clielteilnhai faiir The details were 9 -Messra. S. Caridler ani&d H! O. Coinpiort (Cheltenhamdn) liet Messrs. Gi.richell, and Cobuirn (Carl ton) by 6-2 6 0, anid' also Messrs. Flood and Robertsoin (Carlton)'"6l1,' 612; Messrs. "T.¶ Chandler tind Corstophin (Cheltenham) bett Messrs Gerschelland Colburn (Carlton) -2, 6-0, and also Messrs. Flood arnd Robertson " (Cnrlton) 6" 4 6 0. Totals, Cheltenham, 48, Ciarlton,t 11 This afternoon the Chltenlham: will practise on their, courts; and. neot Saturday they will meet the Richmond1 at Richmond;

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BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, MAY 19. A DRUNKEN CELESTIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 26 May 1888

BRIGHTON POLICE COURT.. i SATURDAY, MY 19. A DRUNKEN CELESTIAL. Ah Fat. hailing from the Floiery Land, was charged by Constiale Brennan with being drunk and dis orderly. Defendant who admitted the soft impeachment was inedi5s or 24 hqurs.

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LONG LIFE: HOW TO OBTAIN IT. No 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 26 May 1888

LONG LIFE :-HOW TO OBTAIN IT. ---o---. No 1. Br A FAMILY 1Pocros. Cui Bono'?" isthe question which will rise readily enough'to thoe lipsoof many of my readers as soon as they glance at the heading wj'li 1' have; chosen for my present".papeiy ..! Cuii bono ?'" Why should we. endeavour to prolong our lives?" Death will home sooneror later, and what matters it whether it be a hundred days or a hiundred years hence ?.,Will it not be all the same in the long run? " Let vis eat; drink, and . be merry, for to moirow we die:' "Give us a' short life nsd a morry3.' This is the song of some, but suclh a way of roasoning is, to say the least of it,'a very thought a very thlloughtless one. A. reckless method of living:is a suicidal one; ay, and it tenids to suicide of the: vory cruellest kid Wo:'term it madnesss in :o man" to lay violent hIands on himself, anrid suddenly- to crush out the life that God implanted in his brneast: Shall we designate us anything less than folly, the living in a mann...

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CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 26 May 1888

CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. Presbyterian.- Brighton. Rev. Mr. - 11 and7. Elsternwiek.-Rev. J.. lay, 11 ad 7 CGheltenham: 3, Mentone, 7, Rev. R. M. Fergus., I Caulfield, Rev. Hi. B. Macartney, 11 and .7 Armadale, Rev. F. Webb.. : Eliternwick, Rev.; P. Bailhade. . Malvern, Rev.:C. J. Godby, 11 and 7. Onkleigh; Rev. T. II. Rust. Brighton Cohgregntional.-Morning and evening, Rev.. Rickard. .,I y Malvern, Rev. C. LMoon, 11 and 7. Oakleigh, Rev J. F. Gannaway, 1 and 7 Wesleyan Methodist-Brighton, 11, Mr. Scott, and 7, Rev. J. B: Smith. .;,.,,. Primitive -Methodist-Sotli Yarn Mr 1. Smith 11 dnd 7. North Brighton, Rev C Anthony 1 aik 7. ;.., South Brighton, Rev. B. ibberley,11, and 6.30. * .Eat Brighton1-Rev .. Clarke, S aod 7; Baptist Chnurch-Brighton,Rev.S.Ho drd 11, and 7. Christian Chapel-Brighton, 11 and 7. Cheltenham, Mr. Goodacre, 7. Union Chnrch-OaolfieldRBev. LGregsen Union Chapel-South Brighton,. after noon, afternoopn; Mr. evening, Chnrch of England.-St. Andrep's Brighton, Trinity...

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