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THERE WERE BETWEEN SIX AND SEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 2 June 1888

THERE WERE BBEWEEN SIX AND SEVEN. It was in an Ohio town, in that prtof the State where most of the boys are called Hans and the gils Gretchen. There was a easein court, and the pueioelar question at issue just then wee the number of pereMe present when a certain event occurred. An ho t but simple-minded German was on the stand. He had never taken sn oath before, and was net a littie disconerted. The lawyer who conducted the smss-examination saw his oppoetunity. end badgered him with e nee- d oUe saY there were presetr he shouted, bringine his Let down upon the table as though 'theo fte of empires ws tremblng in the balance. 'el' meekly answered the witness, *off gourse I gould not chart say but I dinsk dere vea between irt and sefe.' ' Tell the jury what you mean by that,' rearted the lawyer, getting red tin the face ; ' bow could there be between six and seve ? Were them six or were shere seven r and he glared knowingly at the foreman. ' Vell.' anwered the witness. mabeI was wrong...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LAWN TENNIS. CHELTENHAM V. OAKLEIGH (Ladies Match). [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 2 June 1888

S LAWN TENNIOE 1 1 CHELTENHAIM V. OAKLEIGH (Ladies Was played last Wednesday at Cheltehiiiiam, when CMiss esT G.3 'nd C.kAt Comport (C) beat Misses Nelson and . lioberts (0), 6 to 2, and..also Misses Cragg and Roberts (0), 6 to 3. Misses Comport and Fraser (0) beat Misses Cragg and Nelson (0); 6 to '4,aiid'also Misses Nelson an'd oberts '(0),I6 tolin 5. Totalsý-01Celtenham, 24, Oakleigh, a 14. CHELTENHAM V. Rcn3MOND (Trophy Match).. - Will be played to dayat Richmond, at 2 p.m.- . ..._It _,l0:

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FRAGMENTS OF FUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 2 June 1888

FRAGMENTS OF FUN. ' Is No Go.'-Aleoturer recentel delivered a lecture in a church upon the subject of ' Marriage and After,' i which he strongly recommended that the courtshbip before mar. ri?ge should be continued after, and that men, to show their love for their wives, should kiss them frequeetly. When the lecture was over an old mra went home, put his arms round his wife's neck, and kissed her. Meeting the lecturer neoxt dayhe said-' I's no go; your adviee'll no dee. ' Wht advie?' aslked the lecturer. ' What ye ged last night,' replied the man. ' Wen I kissed me wife, dae ye ken what she sais. 'No.' Weel,' ehesaid. 'What's gan wreg wi ye, ye sold fole' end slapped my ac Giaoz on too Gracr-A Farmer, bringing his son u a pupil wau asked by the school meater whethe intended to make of the lad " Well, if he aets grace, we 1 make him a minister." "'Ab !"retaured she schoolmaster, "i bhe gets no gree, what then?" "Then," said the father. "He maun, jost become a echulemarieter like ye a...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 2 June 1888

I AGRICULTURAL NOTES. Rapid popse is everywhere bing made with the Igatig of L arops, The oU sine the rainfall n.i exellent eondilon for this operation, and the flelds that have been Iown are commenolog to look green. A good deal of ploughing yet remains to be done, this work having been greatly delayed this season owinag to the lateness of the rslns. (rass has Improved where the land is not overstooked, and altogether the peospects have materially brightened during the paut few weeks. The schedule of prizes to be offered for competition at the eighteenth annual exhi. bitlon of the National Agrieultural Society of Victoria, to be held on the show-grounds. Flemington, on the 28th, 29th, 30th, and 31st August, and let September. has been isnoed as a supplement to the eociety's journal for May. The programme is an ezx eedingly beral one, Centennial inter national prize of £25 each being offered in the prini al classes in addition to the Grand Champion Prizes. Entries most be made in wr...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 2 June 1888

Notice to Advertisers and r' Correspondents. Advertisements intended for insertion in this Paper should reach our,office not later than 5 p.m. on' Fri--., days; and alterations and additions to?. StandingAdvertisements not later th'?~ noon on Thursdays to ensure attention,' Correspondents .forwarding :G C Rriu -.,!j XOTICES, reports of CRICKET,, FOOTBALL . &c., or any other intelligence of local im .., portance are requested to foriard' tlie" same as early as possible, but' not"'latec,:'i'l' than noon on Thursdays,' and to'*rite?? 8;i ' one side of paper only.

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 2 June 1888

L. Stevenson & Sons Llniltei DMINO[ t mao L t mueNsai son 14 Evmen.. LImI Eaea, Uebsr. Wh m.0. 3.~ aBS .... ..0 h m - Iailurn 5 b E~sm. ?L2%. 3. ME intdhe fie their 5rn4u MSmunb tab saom o" Albert fu laig Soolety.. BOARD OF -DUEBOU: DAVID BOATS. bq.} Hae. F. T. DRREI , .LLA. N.5J. LANBDON,fty, XP, J.A. KI!OEi, Siq. Has. W. F. W*LM5s, MJL.L EDWAR.D WArnaS. Rao. A. B. WLENANN., Inevaere. Dspoetoesa eel Ddusm. lsoad daft at plesbum at 7.. Id. Dsrm~toU - - For It moulh. xmalwes e oust; a yemses /j} Tables ofl repaymmrni we bused en the lowet Gamutt Premphem mand Minim em egedefp moodue.d OFFICUES: 5 QUEEHWS WALK Jam~es Donaldson and:.G =s Limited, STOCK and SHARE BRI)K R% FIlWANOI&Ii LONEKS,. 20 COLLINS STERN? WEST. DI330!O3I: J. BARTLET DAVIES. Fag.:, JOHN MOODIE. Eeq. E. Q~ ELLIOT r, Kea. Et1Bfl&Oia DISHNOTS: JAMBS DONALDSON, NoQ. D.lKUS: - THE MEECANTILE BANK OF ADB. TRALIA LI mITED. Thise mospeay bthok aske over Ie Umoek W sharee 3.ooieg Shiase of Hr. Jam.. D...

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MALVERN POST OFFICE SITE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 2 June 1888

MALVERN POST OFFICE SITE. --- A deputation of some eight or ten prominent residents of Malvern waited upon the members of the council at their ordinary meeting last Tuesday evening, for the purpose of presenting a numerously signed petition inform ing the council that at a public meet ing of the residents held in the shire hall, at which the President of the shire (Cr. Clarke) presided, it had been unanimously resolved-" That in the opinion of this meeting the new post office for the district of Malvern should be erected immediately adjoin ing the shire hall, and that the shire council of Malvern be requested to give effect to the same." In view of this being carried out, and in conse quence of their having seen by the report of last council's meeting, as reported in the local papers, that they were about to erect a building for the fire brigade on the northern boundary of the shire hall reserve, they desired to request the council to postpone this building until a poll of the ratep...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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ELSTERNWICK IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE. WEDNESDAY, MAY 30. Present—Messrs, Reid (president), Coppin, Wise, Bachelor, Kirkham, Jones and Pinnock. ARCHIBALD STREET. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 2 June 1888

ELSTERNWICK IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE. WEDNESDAY, MAY 30. Present-Messrs, Reid (president), Coppin, Wise, Bachelor, Kirkham, Jones and Pinnock. ARCHIBALD STREET. Mr. Kirkham brought under notice the very great inconvenience residents of Garden Vale had to put up with there being no means of approach from Archibald street to the railway station. At one time there was a stile there, but this had been removed and a fence put across, thus effectually blocking it up, and there was no means of passing along except by scaling the fence. Some time ago Mr. Speight had promised to visit and inspect ; but it appears he was too busy, and had not done so. He moved that the railway commissioners be asked to place a gate at Archibald street for the convenience of the resi. dents. This was seconded by Mr. Wise, who said that the Elsternwick resi dents were debarred from proper ingress and egress to the station, whilst Balaclava had a long asphalt approach; this was manifestly unfair. -Tae ,aotit ai,,. ...

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BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JUNE 1. (Before Messrs. Crook, Sprigg, and Jamieson, J's.P.) SUNDAY TRADING. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 2 June 1888

BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. : FRIDAY, JUNE 1. (Before Messrs. Crook, Sprigg, and Jamieson, J's.P.) SUNDAY TRADING. J. Griffin, licensee of the Brighton Beach railway refreshment rooms was charged by Inspector Scanlan with Sunday trading. Mr. Donovan was retained for the defence. Sergeant Ryan deposed that on Sunday, 29th April, he saw a man named Walters enter the bar, and ask for a nobler of whiskey, which was served to him by Miss Adams, the barmaid, she not asking him as to whether ornot he was a bona fide traveller. The distance which Walters had travelled was under ten miles. T. Walters deposed that he' was at Brighton Beach 'n 'mSusday, 29th April. He called for' ad wiis served with a nobler of whiskey. The distance he had travelled was over ten miles. There was then a disposition on the part of the Inspector to withdraw the case, but after a little cross-firing betwixt him and Mr. Donovan, the witness was recalled, when he stated that he had been told by a surveyor that itwas over...

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SOME CLERICAL REMINISCENCES. (IN CORNHILL.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 2 June 1888

SOME OLERICAL REMINISOCENCES, (u coswamL) I remember, however, one person of my youth who somewhat verdid this sombina 'io of p?ormanes and doctrine, lince, one Sunday, he wen faet asleep while ei was preahing Fet. A hfrienod of onrs was preeent, and saw him do it. He was always slow, and on this occasion go slower and slower till he stoppe ailtogther. This woke up thoss who nodded, nd on looking touad the pulpit tbhey aw him sleping while hbe eood; like abhore. I orget the end of the story. Ba he passed from a sermon into a snore. So did another man. That was in RKtlandshire. A paenas there told me of it. This second sesrl had co kindly o take th-duty foru oelhbor a few miles o in A tua. He walkd to the onrch, and ea w?. Uis elms looked int the viamrg. The kindly servant said, 'You seem tired i; won? ymo ba?ve a gle of ale after yo?n ewalk? Yes, be wmldd; and did, and felt reesheed. The day, however, was very hoe. the lterenoo was the hottest purt, asd the freshly dined rust?e ýao ...

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MATRIMONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 2 June 1888

MATRIMONY. To lpop or not to pop, that i the question, Whether 'tin eaia for a man to suffer In single blesaednes the rubs of fortune. Or ask some pretty girl to share his troubles, And by proposing end them ! To woo, to wed. No 'oore-and by a form to say he's free From all the little ills a bachelor, poor man. Is plagued with-'tis a conaummation Devoutly to be wished. To woo, to wed Perhaps a familyr Ab, therse the rub For in the marriage state what caree may come When he hus taken to himself a wife Mast give him pause; tbere's the respect That makes celibacy of o long l fo. For who would bear the wuherwoman's crimes, The shifrless shirt, the stockings full of holes,. The pangs of collre with a sawlike edge, The lodging keeperb tine, the cat's mis. And strange evaporation of his brandy, When he himself might his quietus make With a plain sold ring? Who would ohambers keep And growl and fret asolitary life But that the dread of endles tradeemen's The houaekeeping expenses, from whos...

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WIT AND HUMOUR. LADIES BE NOT DECEIVED! [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 2 June 1888

WIT AND HUMOUR. LADIES BE NOT DECLVED! Iferior imitations of Geine Mgi Soap ae in the market. Look to the brad, A"A Heart Pierced with an Arrow," if ou waont your clothee wuebed in twenty minutes with out rubbing or injury. The VictoriaSoap and Candle Company, Geelong.

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THE YOUNG FOLKS. WHEN OLD JACK DIED. I. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 2 June 1888

THE YOUNG FOLKS. WHEN OLD JACK DIED. BY JA?os Wa?rcoxa RBILr . I. When Old Jack died we stayed from school (they said At home we needn't go that day), and none Of us ate any brealkfast-only one, And that war papa, and his eyes were red When he came round where we were, by the shed Where Jack wae lying, halfway in the sun And half in thie hade. Wham we begun To cr out lod pa turned and droppd his head And went away; and mamma she went back Into the kitchen. Then, for a long while, All t ourselves like we stood there and cried We thougbt to many good things of Old And fonny things-although we didn't mile We couldn't only cry when Old Jack died. II. When Old Jack died it seemed a human friend Had suddenly gone fromus; that someface That we had loved to fondle and embrace, From babybood, no more would condescend To smile on un forever. We might bend With tearful eyes above him, interlace Our chubby fingers o'er him, romp end race, Plead with hem, cll anod coax-aye, we might send The old...

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"CARMEN SYLVA, THE POET QUEEN." [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 2 June 1888

"CARMEN SYLVA, THE P'OET QUEEN." The "Woman's World" is strong in royalties. The Princess Christian writes on nursing, and is followed by a paper de scribing the life of Elizabeth, Queen of Ronmania. She I. forty-five, daughter of Prince Herman of Wied, and was first educated by Mdlle. Lavater, the niece of the celebrated physiognomiat; "In 150 Prinoce Herman withhis family went to reside at Bonn for a time, and here his young daughter used to sit on the knee of the aged poet. E. M. Arndt, and listen to his patriotic speeches, which found echo in her ardentnature.Whenveryyoung shedelighted In mixing in the games and playing with the children of a humbler class, and her great desire was to attend the village school, more especially the elass for singing. One fine morning ahe.set off with the farmers children to school, the slagin, class began, and the new pupil sangeo lustily and opened her pretty mouth so wide that the farmer's daughter placed her hand over her mouth, thinking it un...

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MADE UP FROM THE MAGAZINES. FIFTY YEARS OF "BRADSHAW." [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 2 June 1888

MADE UP FROM THE MAGAZINES. FIFTY YEARS OF "BBADSHAW." There is an interesting article In " Corn hill" on the history of the book "Brad shaw": " In the year 1838 there was living in Manchester one George Bradshaw, Quaker, who in a rather humble way followed the calling of an engraver of maps and plans of citles. This brought him Into connection with the railways, then beginning to stir the community, and an idea naturally suggested itself of combining his maps and plans into a little manual which should contain the hours of departure, arrival, and stoppages of the few trains then working, and whiRc, being offered at the low price of 3d., might be a convenience to the traveller. The materials for his work Bradshaw obtained, as they are now obtained, from the comp:nios. Mr. E. L Blanchard, who in his time has played many parts, and was early concerned in the venture, tells us that the companies were at first vehemently opposed to the scheme, and, in their niggard way refused to eupply...

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The Difference Between a Good and a Bad Cow. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 2 June 1888

The I,.ilreom Betwmn, a Ged .a- a eda @ew. A correspondent of an Americanl p er tell of two cowso which h once boulht from r neghbboor. one foe 10., the othei for 12 8tb. were fioe-lookton anm trhe lesser vriced in particular bein of body build, pet withal having the palate of a fairi good mllk-r and battegrmkler. She was cm .idired ly all ab saw her at the parOabase o be a remeihab p obAap oow. He had not o.,ld the twoeoa er aong whenL he die coeryed that the 81l sow, o". The aear quontlty and quv.ti of food, made ltl? molr butter ever week tbhan the ot.er. Bloh cows counonoed in milk forabout eleven months in tw Iee, the only striking difference itween the two being in the amouns of hitter pro'noe4-nam?ll, llb. p-r week, Tirir bnuter sold for an savese of 10d. pee i,. hence the 12 o.,w in. sap, fortleeveo -eek e-ch eis. pirdac?ed TOh'b. more ut b sttr, n" 918. 9*. worth more han she10 c., Q ier : It the £10 cow was cheap at ihe price paid for hir would not the ioher hv. been cheap...

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Bran for Horse Food [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 2 June 1888

has err =sree ees Bra I. so libs shat it ir'poeil0 belIeved there it little enbetae. eor u.sm it IU warm masiee for cows it gives areat iqvsieas in tue milk yield, as every farmer know. *Mst of them account for this, however, by the belief that milk is e largely water, and trhn the water which cows drnk with she brea is mainly re.ooenible for the incetased supply of milk. But she subetance in both milk and bran is greatly under.estimated. Milk, even after ie cream is removed, is a nourishing food. andt ite nuriment is of a kind that the bran is peculiarly adapted to supply. It eupplies the proteine which appear in the a"bumen o, milk. Precsely the same kind of maternls are required to give stengoh to working horses. Those who feed berau to borsee Irgrly are most in favour of it. OiP of its auvantag'e is in keeping the bho from beroming constiptedon dry feed and grain ls is cheep mod valuable feed for boane at any time, and easecially while changing their coats In the spring

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THE WINTER BLOOM. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 2 June 1888

THE WINTER BLOOO. One of the moat remarkable plt i the "winter bloom." It gee? all the year, and in winter hal both dflower and froit oa ite breaches. The [Umbs of bsts sees te aged in searching for water under round, and it is not an uncommon thing in Ameica to see men walking about ther land, with e sprig in hand, trying to find where to dig for water. As soon as the man i over water the branch droop, if to go to the water. On this account the winter bloom is also called witch.hazeL Its eelentiflo name is Hama melts, and it is to the medical value of this that we propose to refer. The most beautifu preparation of it is Hazeline, which i a clear, peltucid fluid. To begin with, we may cay that Ha?sline is perfectly safe, and its properties are mani' fold. As a mouth-wash and gargle it is excellent, and is equally servceable for catarrh or clid in the head. Diluted wi h three parts of water It makes a very cooling and sedative eye-water. To apply externally for rheumatism, spraine, s...

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AN ILLUSTRIOUS AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 2 June 1888

AN ILLUSTRIOUS AUSTRALIAN. The Australian Natives' AMociation re cently held their annual onferenee, and attracted much public attention and evoked considerable Press criticism by the animated manner in which they discuseed aevera auestions, but principally that of Imperial Federation. As the "Australian Native" will play an increasingly important part in the progress of the colonies as time rolls on, a few wordis regarding a man who is, beyond luestion, the most illustrious of Australia's sons, must prove of interest Need we say we refer to the HBon. William Bede Dlley Q.C ,of Sydney, who enjoys the distinguiahed honour of being Privy Councillor to Her Majesty the Queen-an homour. be it remembered, much higher than knight hood, with which other colonists have been rewarded for their services ? His name is : household word throughout Australia-nay, throughout the British Dominions-for was it not he who, when .the dear old land was in need of assistance, conceived and carlied. out th...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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HINTS TO HOUSEKEEPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 2 June 1888

HINTS TO HOUSEKEEPERS. Tabe and board bhourd be wiped dry Monday night and put away. Popcorn is good for nla-ea and cranberry for malaria. Toclean zone use setrong vinegar. For neur.lgia try a flannel wrunn out of bo water and sprinkled thickly with black t `oe addition of a few drops of oil of almoods will keep ink from becoming mouldy. To wash doubtful calicoes, put a tea spoonful of sugar of lead in a pailful of cold water, and soak the article one hour before waehing The white of an egg beaten and rubbed iiato abe head three or four times a week, is ias claimed, will pevemnt the hair from falling out, Spirits of camphor willremove fruit stain of all kinda from white goods, if applied before the goods have been wet. Woeh and boll in the unual manner, and you need not look for the stain, for it alll not be there. For coffee stains try putting thick glycerine on the wrong aide, and washing it out with lukewarm water.' For rasp berry stains weak ammonia and water is the best. A peat...

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