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

ua~S-; sGE~l"! 1 aiY..· ý· offiral COLLINS BTErIR A+. Sneemts. g.ed. Uii.I "'1ii di4 15. . :c 1· i 4'; 1=- ·aiene [bed, p mr -i;':-~~ DIIEOIOIS Jan. ; K;i.rd. L * s-;:?.'( c,. 7 !ALLOWED an D c k g} - ei -~en tome Tow ,Die hlt S .. . :., call JIKEHOLD 'PROPie.. on ebun an. tb~ FURBOHASD. N MANSION 31118 ansd ALL(- .. 4 -eU` .t. eALE in all lb. Lending Bub r,. JAhME38. MSSOydi"^ . ia gee. - . 010303 11i2a%:f?; -.v.etiel . .A..USRLIAN MUTUAL PROM'! ~.rI 0OETV *~.;; Dtmeclore Of the Vieotoetn Be . h S. King, Beg, * Abomonamee oo. 5rq., J.M.* Jama. Btela eq.q ' 11Te nn.Meiam w B-i.. ML0. Tie Hoe. W. a. Zeel. M L NOOmh3 AUSIRRIAM LIck or-. B DIVIDES A coo be eflected In lb. Moo." Provident 3B a Ci Z?0Tbsanln N. r'tHoR Au :-·' · ·o orraa 'rai by bn . . offici ·e in ha...had /Llode. 5e..s SiltrorO. ri N. MAInE, s... ae.. 1lee Cln -er-tue.. 3eeu,,~ad Undltde 7m~ 34.inS 10193018018: IL .1..e. . _P Ii 0o.Jcucani;a. i LB. Trmr44I, Rea. eh1X.L~lTMlOW~fl1D to act a. executor, VIe y i ANlD"q unde...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LONG LIFE: HOW TO OBTAIN IT. No 12. (Concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 2 June 1888

LONUULIFE HOWTOOBTANI ITI. 1 No 12. Br A FAMILY DocTOR. :,:.. .(Concluded.) ,Living -by rule, and obeying nature's simnple lawis, may seem very irksome to people at first, but doing so becomes aihabit, and a blessed habit, and one that'tends 'to happiness, to comfort, and to length of days. -A great deal might be said about the- benefits 'of regularity in our modes and ways of living. As a proof 'of the benefidiality of regular living, I •may instance the fact that old people who have once settled down in a kind of groove of life, if -II may so call it, cannot be unsettled therefrom even for a' few days without danger to health and life itself. They may have. perhaps, their regular time for getting up in the morning, certain methodsof ablution, certain kinds and qualities of food and drink, certain hours for taking these, certain times for rest, exercise, and recreation, and a hundred other thiligs, which, taken separately, may seem but trifles, but taken in the aggregate make up th...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL BRIGHTON V. MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 2 June 1888

FOOTBALL_ nRIGTONon '. ?O1RNINOTON. The Brighton journeyed on ?Quens a Birthday to Mornington to -play tlh local team. Out of'forty members: picked for first and second twenties' only sixteen put in an a eaiirance The'play started at 3 o'cloc?k 'and `ta` continued till 5 o'cloc?l auring t lhiiC.lsh time it rained very hard:; at ihteevils, and a strong wind blow aqross the ground. The game was very:; evenhl contested, and resulted in a win for the Brighton by 1 goal (Ower) and 7 behinds to 9 behinds. Webb, Grout. Teagne, Wright, and Wilson. played a good game for the winners. , BRIGIITON . .. S..T. KILDOA-. This matched was played oni: Satur day at St. Kilda,; and during the fiists quarter the S. St. Kilda had it nearly" 4 all their own way, and kicked 1_ goal and 4 behinds to nil. During the three final quarters the game was-veryp evenly. contested and at times the Brighton ran completely os?er their '". opponents. The final . result was S. St. Kilda; 2 goals and 8- behinds; Brighto...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 2 June 1888

CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. lPresbyterian.-Brighton, Rev. F. 'outer, 11and7. Elsternwick.--lRev. J. Hay, 11 and.7- Oheltenham, 3, Mentone, 7, Rev. R. ?M. Fergus. Caulfield, Rev. IH. B. Macartney, 11: and 7 Armadale, Rev. F. Webb. Elsternwick, Rev. P. Bailhache. : Malvern,. Revy... . .Godby, i1-and ;' ..,iL Oakleigh, Rev. T. H. Rust. "- t L Brighton CoigregatiodiaL-Morining and evening, Rev. J. Rlickard. Malvern, Rev. C. Moon,'11 and:;7 Oakleigh, Rev. J. F. Gannaway 'i1 and 7 Wesleyan Methodist-Brighton, 11, Rev. W. A. Quick, and 7, Rev. J. C. Ingamells. Primitive Methodist-South YarraRev. C. Anthony, 11 and 7. North Brighton,- Rev.-B.Wibblerley,-l-- Mr. J. H. Searle, 7. " South Brighton, 'Mr: R. Edardi, 11, Rev, B. Wibberley, 6.30. . East Brighton--Mr: R. 1 ,Lemon,- 8'3a d Baptist Church- Brightoid,evt S: Ho?'rd 11, and 7. i % Christian Chapel-Brighton, 1 and 7. Cheltenham, Mr. Ooodlacre,7. -, ;: r. 7) Union Church--aulfield, Rev. J. Gregeon 11 and 7. i. d, o - Union Chapel-South Bri...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NO APPEARANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 2 June 1888

NO-APPEARANCE.- --- A man named F. Leslie on bail from the City.court on four serious chnrges failing to appear, his bail was ordered to be estreated, and a warrant issued for his arrest. CHILD :DESERTIO!z ' ' gA' ,On the application of 'iss: Richard- L son " warrant was orderedrtobe made 11 for Lh Trrest of her'brother for leaving his two children with hlir, and failing to contribute towards their support.

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE PERSONAL HISTORY OF POLLY JAY. A STORY FOB GIRLS AND DOLLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 2 June 1888

THE PERSON 4L HISTORY OF POLLY JAY. A STORY FOB GIRLS AND DOLLS. Br KAHEsa1sE D. M'Ir.Lvar. I am not an ordinary doll at all, for I learned to ? ' pap,' mamm,' and ' milk' in my earllet in=e , which was spent with Mrs. Barlow (who kept a toy abop) in Philadelphia. In tms I was bought by old I iss Jay to send to a ttle grln New York, 4 where I went in the trunk of a young lady named Agnes, who wa vry pretty and sweet. The jeorney was not very interesting. It was only one long shake, with an ooeasional bump, and I found it very wearim?. Then I found myself in the arms of thedgarset Iltle girl of five years old that ever was seen, and who was my dear little mother for a grat many years afterwards. 'Annt Mary sent her to you,' said Agnee. * Oh, Cousin Agnes I' cried little Alice. 'Isn't she too beautiful!' and thea she kissed me three or four times, and I felt very f at shall I all her. mammal' she asked. * She most have a name you know.' SI think you ought to name her for Aunt Mary, as...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LADIES' COLUMN. WINTER MILLINERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 2 June 1888

,::'lE- LADIE' CULU.MN. SWINTER MILLINERY. There is nothing very new this winter in the shapes of bonnets or hate, though a little bonnet, with pointed crown and long side darts meeting in front of the glittering feathers of the rifle bird, set on eitherside of aknot of pale salmon velvet, is quaint and facilnating; the mingled hues of the feathers being set off by the gathered folds of the dark claret velvet of the brim. Velvet and the plumage of birds' breasts are both much used for bonnots; but fine cloth, plaked at .the edges, and either out Into lace patterns or embroidered, is the newest departure. A dainty little bonnet is of ruby velvet, with a equare plain crown of Louis XV. tinselled Sbrocade of many colours. Muffs to match the bonnets are growing in iavour, and a very bizarre French model shows a tiny muff of bronze velvet, lined with blue and bronze shot allk, and attached to a sling aollsr made of tapering folds of the velvet, lined with the silk, and growing wider towa...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 2 June 1888

PUMPS AND IRRIGATION PLANT. Buy at ·cbu Danks and Sua,' 42 Bumuke *treet weal. First prizes Pbiladelphi, Pali. Calcutta. Amsterdam, Sydney, Melborne. A larae and varied stock always on hbnd. (ADrr.) GASALTERS AND BA"HS The cheamp-t aid beet piee-John Danke and Boom, 42 Bourke street wees. Electric bells, picture rode and 6ftin*r.-(ADVT,) A Russien saloon for tea drinking is sn interestin? feature of life in Russian cities The waiters are at iced in white from head to foot. with a large black poneM at the aalit, and are -ll men. Tee Is drank aloe s or with •i lemon. and the sungr eaten from the hand. Eeven or fifteen cope ae not too many for an old ste drinker. Thirty-one thousand domestic serante are cmoouted .fcidclly to have emigrated foam England last ear. The majority of these have. of coorne. eone to America. thouh very I rge nomber went ua f.r as the Anti podes. For sestmloag rey or faded hbd to ita olgincl DUN¶srOha' HAIR RENOVATO ls esps laily va?bs This te aele pattotltt r?...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RECOLLECTIONS OF THE NEW CROWN PRINCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 2 June 1888

RECOLLECTGIONS OF THE NEW CROWN PRINCE. "A former tutor" of the new Crown Prince of Germany contributes some scat- I tered recollections of his Boyal pupil to last month's "Murray's Magazine." He does not accept the common estimate of his cha racter. "Prince.William, when I knew f him, was a frank, well-mannered, genial I boy." The writer of the artilel ,visited Germany to learn the language in 1873, and through an Introduotion to a certain learned professor, obtained the poet of teache of ~ifglish to the young Prince. Previous to i commeneing hie tutorial duties, however, be was ushered into the presence of the Crown Prineess-the present Empress Vic toria-and bhe gives the following account of his interview : TIrE PRILOESS ROYAL. She was anxious, she said, that her son should acquire a good English accent; shbe herself wsa told by her friends when she went home that she had lost the art of talking pure English. Ireplied th .t in that case my ears must have been dulled by my residen...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOST INSTINCTS AND RARE FACULTIES. (STECTATOR.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 2 June 1888

LOST INBTINOTS AND RABE i FACULTIE. (srzcrAroL) If the doctrine be true that mas is really the heir of all the various species and genera of the animal kingdom, it seems a little hard npo- us that, even by warof exception, we inherit none of the most marvellous instincts I of those species and genera, and have to be centent with those greater hut purely human I faculties by. which even the moss wonderful I of the animal instincts have been somehow I extinguished. Sir John Lubbock maintains with a good deal of plausibility that there are inects, 'and very likely even higher animals, which perceive colours of which we have no glimpse, and hear sounds which to us are inaudible. Yet we never bear of a human retina that includes in its vision those colours depending on vibrations iof the other which are too slow or too rapid for our ordi. nary eyes, nor of a human ear which is on. tranced with music that to the great majority of ourepecies is absolutely ina2dible. Again, we never hear of...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE PULPIT AND THE BENCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 9 June 1888

THE PULPIT AND THE BENCH. Considering the experiences we have had in these colonies i iis rathe refreshing to find, in one instance, perfect unanimity beiween the pulpit and the bench. It must be within the recollections of oar readers tha not so very long since a popular divine invited, or if he did not Invite, he permitted, an eminent judge to deliver as address from his pulpit to an audience assembled in his cft rch. Un bhapply, the deliverance of the judge, thbugh learned and inetraestive, tursed out to be not all that the orthodox coiuld ecepst-thas ics to say, theorthodox amenaetthe clerical party of the den'minatino to which the minister re teraed eo belonged. Thesubjeiacrorded matier fsrrlong aislaoseioa, whiconsappilywere not condoted on the lines of broad Christian bharity which we naturally expect from Aboee who are supposed to preach the gloriuee doctrine of 'peace on earch sad goodwill towards men;" she result was that a belosed pastor was torn away from his sorrowing i...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PIONEER WHALERS. THRILLING STORIES. (BOSTON GLOBE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 9 June 1888

POIMEBR WHALERS. STHRILLING BTORIEB. (Boaoow GLOSS.) Provlncetown was the first place in the Ies! England colon!e to engage In the wiailg business. This business in its Infapcy was carried on in boats from the whd. and then in the larger vessels that crqised along the coast, but never at say great distance from the land. The whales -iakn were of the hsmpback and right whale species; the more valuable sperma' etl whale not approachiog the coast, but mialtng its habitat In mid-ocean and on the borders of the Gulf Stream. This latter apec.es was never known nor hunted till larger vessels were built and went to foreign shores to look for their prey. when the sperm whale was found, and its ll eineeg of an exceedingly flee quality and commandiog a high price, induced vessels to fit exclusively for that branch of the bust bess. In the latter part of the eighteenth centtry parties came from Nantncket, and secured the services of Provincetown people to teach them the art of whaling. Twe btot...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Brahamin's Knot of Sorrow. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 9 June 1888

A Bralamln'a Knot of Sorrow. A Madras Brabhmin sends to the "Indian Magazine" a simple and tonuching narrative of the diffioulties he had to encounter before he could come to England 'to acquire the benefit of English education, society, and manners." Ine'young man is nominally marriel; at the age of twelve his marsiage had been arranged between hi own parents and those of a girl of 9ve and thus, as he pots it, *' ihe eternal knot of sorrow tied " TrLs girl Is now twelve, so her betrothed is obvionsly nineteen. The father in-l1w came to the young man on hearing of his Intention to start fr England, brought with him the innocent wife, aged twelve, and entreated the young man not to bring shame on the family by going. Finding entreesy useless, fabther in-law went away cursinog and stating that he would regard the child as a widow rather than send her b..ok to boe who would be outcas Nest ýhe young man'afour sisters surrounded him, weeping bitterly and beisgeg him that the sbamr'of his...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Yoke of Boadage. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 9 June 1888

A Yoke of roadage. The Chinese attach great value to their almanao. Recently the Chinese residents at Lhbaesa, in Thibet, implored the Emperor to cause arrangements to be made which weauld enable them to reseive their coples of the almanacs at the earliest possiulble date In esah er. A writer Is a recent issue of the es s tha fht she meet importsss book b~sd em...ýcs,, w almaac. Ite space is far ion ILm portan: to be occupied with the matter which ills Western almanaoc.. It co tale astronomical information w ich is useful: but Iets great misaloo is to give foil and accsrate iniorma ion for selecting lucky places for performing all the acts, great and small, of every-da' life. "And as every act of life, however trivial, depends for its success on the time in whichlob. and she diree tion (i.e., the point of the compass) towards which itie done, it is of he utmost imports ance that everyone should have Correct information available at all times to enable him to so order his life as to ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HELPING THE MONKEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 9 June 1888

HELPING THE MONKUT. " Dan said a founr-ys ld, * give zo cents to buys monker.' SWe hbav' one monku is the ber uow.' said the eder beoths. SWbo is is, DeanF 'You, was the reply. * Thea give me 5 oets to buy thes msoke., some ntas' The brother could ot resisto

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LEADER. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1888. AN UNSAVOURY SUBJECT. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 9 June 1888

_ r THE1 LEADER. i I BTIOE TO ALL I'. t ý S:1'1:ýU11,Dý1s~ JU\'L, ;l;1SS8 tat AN UNSAVOURY SUBJECT. s At a recenfonference of represen- c tatives from suburhban and other c municipal bodies, held to considor the i question of theeoval of nigh o , a, i committee- as ýapiot cný :with the' crportion- 'of the dit&of c Mdlbourne. This committee at the tinmeo previously alluded to, had an in- I terview with the health committee of 1 the City Council -'n h'i'ch it repre- i seated the extreme inconvenience, 1 annoyance, and danger to health, suf fercd by thl residents. in the mnici palities wftlin-a radiug~ naty miles of 1MlelbouirneA, dý ong'hi ti 1'esent system .of .the disposal of nightsoil,. the points especially dwelt upon being First, the waeit oftu, eproper system of delodorization=beforo titea'"es town; secondly, the careless manner in which it is carted through the districts ferred to\ quanatitiest beingfeF quently yspilled 'along the roads in transit~; and ]tiir dlynd mor ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HIS STANDING AT SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 9 June 1888

HIS BTANDING AT SCH80800L. Philip, amien eaen old. is pound of his standing at school.- Well'said his uncle who had heard the bob speak rather de lihtedly about big sehool triumphs, 'what is your relative rank in yoarclare?' I-I doo's know whet ya mean, nol.' ' Why, I mean where do you staed in your ablass t' ' Onal In the readiag I stand mear the steore, in the spellin claes I stand on the ceok just in front of the big desks, and in arithme:tic class I don't stend a all 'com we juet eit on the recitsion bench r

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 9 June 1888

rnS gestivenees et Poetry. Among literacy men, poetse have less to bhow, in point of quantity, than anyo other members of the profeesion. Bat in wide an d endaring neefulns..s of application and rich suggppeatvenen none are their equals When lee veal bulk of proee works have spent the r ifnfluene arnd-been Ndd sid., thm poet'stll retsios him place, sod In e.cheucoeedlnwg.n. ration is found to contain, ae it were, some prophetis illusion to the then eni-ting present For inasanos, one coms stly meet, such pa- sages as the following: Slas oat old slapse of foul del-ae, and a generation or two after there words are written, thatextrordinarpeffectual prevents tine of yphold, dlphheri, setc. Is discovered, v.a. IIHner.e Ordoolees Dis'nfectent, which nce tried, none will be without, especiallt as its chpoepes by the bag Is known. Bold everyiwhete -lADv, ] Uan&Tt ' LUID M&ANOSIA Is paraIcalc i tenesetal as 5saegL sdaiet and spetee aIs a ll asses of hritaion and sacidily of l...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 9 June 1888

The-Hope of-Elsternwick-'Tent LO:.R held a grand converanziono in St. Clementa Church, Elsternwick, last Wednesday evening, which was not only well attended but taken part in by the ladies and gentle men with much lspirit 'ad vigour. Bro. Grifith, M.D., occupied the post of honor, and the programme, which consisted of songs, recitations, asd.dialogues, ,was of a most ntoerebstingandenjoyablo descripton. Durion tlie intierval: light eofrrshmant were handed round, the catering for which was in the hands of Bro. Simpson, and it is only fair to say that ho carried outhie duties to'. tlhe antisfactioii 'of all presentf The ofiidersi' and bredtiren'of ihoorder de'. serve great credit for their efforts to enter. tain and amuse the audience, who felt the meeting to be so enjoyable that te enemy. -time-ilipped away too soon for" the pleasure they experienced. The singing of the National Anthem brought this enjoyable entertainment:to -a close,.and the auiidience dispersed well pleased with. t...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 9 June 1888

PAST. PREBeRNT, FPUTURE. The polso of the Pati Their elh sltllib f oi odly on my ear. S0e111, o joy. too b right to Iasoj Uo blde too aiwet to he prpetuol hae ! How filullfbyouug moolrghourl Wh dem eoelee4aa o from e over IlI; Oleig bthe beea from f.ge n t I ewer tot aree, troo f.lof the omabg alm and hopefol ml 1 Thb Pmeama btol oto, io dltepoot cadaec. and with alter fi tons. Coagaolal to the apirel'aad trev.e Of taaetaot blhe adJ oae too quick y flownl desk not, my acool, 1oy portion bera to know, Whar remand paea and norrow rend lbS basi 1 lHow fl atlag sod how tilt laail below I flow oft wIth cheflah'd Sole thou a.0 oompoll'd to But lift the ahadowy vel that tldew the dlm, my.leoae fVubese form I why, Itmrlelleoielt, doeb thy cIorrege ful. wela thou hma'd'oI lb. ehob. at the Nao m? 'Ie but an acho. vanl.bhd likea *dtaam. Whitn motatagae splandoor lohaa oh. ahisae with gld. ?rim Deathai eida merging onos otrtaelstream, thou chubs with thy hat'e loved onoes awet com munolo hold I...

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