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CAULFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL THURSDAY, JUNE 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 23 June 1888

CAULFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, JUNE 21. Present :-Crs Holland (president), Langdon, Grifp,.. LePage, Selby. Long, Looker sad .Grimwade. . CORRESPONDENCE. - FromnJamnes Chapman, objecting to contribute towards the repairs to Alison road.-Left to the.engineer ts arrange. : .. aFrom Rosstown Junction and pro pirty.Company limited re. the' drain. age, &c., near the sugar' works.-To be attended to, cost not exceed £25. From same, r.e the diversioni of drainage off 'Banmba road.-Tleh en gineer explained they were following the proper line for drainage, and the secretary was instructed to inform thienito that effect. j'Frsis 'l'; Tolon o'f: Brighton, ask ing thi, cun,cil to join them.in paying tlio ?pcensics of a pitched crossing over. th . I. Nepan -road, near Rusden frg .,.I be' ?stated that- since last pphtiont 'tlq diutrict had 'grektly iicre'ascd.- Accoded to. Frn.MtAss.pisrtk ,-Best; and PhiIg lips,:encloslu a copy of draft'agree ment of Tramiway's Company for the caucHj ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VEGETABLES AS HEALTH PRESERVATIVES. No 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 23 June 1888

VESETABLESAS8HEALTH PRESERVA TIVES. No 14. BY A FAMILY DOCTOR.: Most of us, allow our- individual tastes or instincts to guide us, in a great measure, in the selection of the vegetables we partake of at table. Not a biad. plan either.' There' is far too much animal food consumed at our tables, and far too little vegetable. Not thousands only,' but millions of people would eijoy. a greater share of health and happiness, and. would add greatly to their chances of long life, if they were to become strict vegetari ans as far as the first and. last meals of the day are co?cerned. I must:not say more than this, else'there is some chance: of ' this article' becotninig a purely di~tic init?eai of" a 'mniedical one: The first great 'natural family that I think of is the Solanacems. The egg-plant should, in my opinion, be used 'to a greater extent than it is. It is not difficult to' culti vate; it is ornamental, and a whole. -some and iiueful vegetable. The tomato shottfl also ,e a greater fa...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 23 June 1888

CHURCH SERVICES TOMORROW. SPrebytes4an.-BrighIO 1rev' F." Soter 1 and7. .. Elsternwick.-Rev. J: Hay, 11 and 7 Oheltenham 3, Mentone 11, and Mor dialloc 7, Rev... R. . Fergus. , s Caulfield, Rev. H. B. Macartney, 11 and 7 Armadale, Rev. F. Webb. Elsternwick, Rev P:Bailhache. Malvern, Rev. C. J. Godby,.ll and 7. Oakleigh, Rev. T. H. Rst. - Brighton CongregationaL-Morning and evening,. ev. J. Rickard.: ., - Malvern, Rev. C. Moon, ll and 7.: Oakleigh; Rev. J. F. Gannaway, 11 and 7. Wesleyan Methodist-Brighton, 11, Rev. Sscden, and 7, Mr. Wimble. - Mill, Street, I ev. J. JG. Ingamells, II, Helper (A), 7. East Brighton-M-r. Dane;, l; Rev. J. C. Ingamells. 7. "South Brighton, Rev. J? B. Smith, 11, Mr, Dane. Clieltenhani, Mr: Weber, 7: - MIoydialloc, .Mr. Blackwell, 11 and 7. Primitiveo Methodist-South Yarra, Rev. Ii. Wibbcrly, II and 7. North Brighton, Rev. C. Anthony, 11 and Mr. R. Lemon, 7. . .. South Brighton, Mr. W. Ellis, 11 and C. Anithony, 6.30. East Brighton-Rev. C. Anthony, 3, and...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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PATRIOT AND SOLDIER. INCIDENTS IN A BRILLIANT CARRER. (NEW YORK TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 23 June 1888

* AT wi',' AND 1iULUltil. ts ICo~Im Ts A bRtt?LaJAr CAunEn (feal YOHI T iES.) 09 .JTo; Antohio Paez was a sincere patrior, ei couspicuously honest, peosessino all the ca qolittorn t:t mind ar,d body that RO to0 tmakre ip ai d rrine nun Succeastel Foldier. He to biot oiren e piroinent in the _history of h'be s war of independence, about the year 1812, w r?teo the cause of liberry in Venezuela * eetroed to In overwhLreiu: u by dise:tet rIao tc ;efelnt The Spanish commnr oer, Don I)ornmiucro lontererde, had triumphed rig-l E ually over the patriot forces, and Bolivir bad p ,e-0u obliteO rt re? k reinne under the British flag in tho island of Jamaica. Paez then C only twenty years old, i, captain in the Vene- u zueJln militia, conceived the idea of collect? trg a bard of Illaer*--ceo-boys they would n n,,w be called in the United States. He had heen a llanero from his early 1outh, but on l19h April, lS10 wren the revolutson broke out he errli-ted in the militi i.a a common eeol dier. So...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 23 June 1888

0 .O , P. E o T S ` "RGHTON COFFEE PALACE . .COMPANY, STO BE REGISTERED. CAPITAL : £30,000, in 30,000 Shares S.' of 1 each. Payable 2s 6d on Application, 2s 6d on Allotment,.2s 6d at Three Months, and 2s 6d at Six Months. Rebate at the rate of six per cent. per annum upon .r-instalments in advance. " It is not anticipated that any further Calls t.: will be necesary. Provisional Directors: HON. T. BENT; DAVID ABBOTT, ESQ., J.P.; V. J. WILLIS, Esq.; W. T. MOFFATT, Esq., J.P.; ':'ru: "" "'J.1; M'A.' HOWDEN, Esq. Secretary.:.: H. W. MILLS, Esq. Architect s :. -. . CHAS. D'EBRO. Solicitors : ,i,.- ;, ABBOTT & EALES. arBrokers : 1in .o THE' MERCANTILE FINANCE: I(,roiJ i QGUARANTEE AND-AGENCY .? , .COMPANY, LIMITED, 46 ELIZABETI STREET. "' '. (?ompaeny is to be formed for the :purpose of.acquiring that splendid pro pery at Brighton" Beach known as " Wellington," along with ample grounds, which it has been arranged to purchase, S with the object of convertingitinto a first class Cof...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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OAKLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL THURSDAY, JUNE 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 23 June 1888

- - OAKLEIGH 8HIRE.-COUNOIL ! T"lHuasaYr, Juen 21. Present :--Cr Thompson (presiddnt); Wilkes, Lavidge, Taylor, Marshall, Leonard, Wilson and Willis. CORRESP.ONDENCE. From R. G. Benson, Esq., on behalf of the Congregational Church trustees,;' Broadwood street, asking the council to permit them to, erect a lamp oipo. site the chnich, or for" the council to do so.-Permission given for the trus tees to erect-it and the couneil to light same. From the Shire of Caulfield, asking the couticil-to pay part of the cost. of a pitched channel on the Warraigu road.-Agreed to. From the .Shire of Nunawading re a heap of mct:l cihaiged themn for; by Contractor" Mullenistthey desirced to, know whether such metal was thel property of the council of thoshlirtd of Oakleigh or of bMullens. l- ie sece tary:to reply that it/ belonged to th!is shire: " .' From Mcssrs 'Gillott, Croker and Snowden, stating tht.they Iad bisen successful in i 11tain judgi on "r{li favor of the Shire ,council in the mat ter of...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 23 June 1888

:" ...ILOCAL ITEMS. For some time past the growth of the Elsternwick district: has ,become so rapid as to render the necessity for the provisioni of increased postal facilities apparent, and in order to.' keep pace with public requirements, the Postal department ias recently decided to erect a new office on:the west side if the railw?y line niot far fromi the station. Oi ~Vednesdav last a large number of the residents of the district urged on the Postunastcr-General the desiralilitsy for the.erectiod:;of the office'naliit 300 or '40 "yir-dls o'n the esst side of :the Oaulfield station 'hitid some little' distance: from :,tlileOGliln Huntly-road.:d :From ?-100 ; to 500 houses liiae been ceiccted ini this locality dtiriig the last 12 monthl, and it is stated theirebli betwieei 300 and 409, mioro ilni coiaeso of' coiitruction. In view of .the largienesof the `popu lation on the east side of the ,ling, it was asked that a post-offico be be laced there, espceially as it would more coln v...

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THE HOUR AFTER SEDAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 30 June 1888

THE HOUR AFTBR SEDAN. rom Cssell and Co. Limited we have A received what is perhaps the best of the en many lives of the late Emperor William. be that by Archibald Forbes. As a sample of sh Mr. Forbes' gift for graphic writing, we th quote his description of the two Emperors 6' after Sedan- of Riding towards Vandresao, Moltke met w the King on the road near Chdhery. They i had a conversation under a tree a little way N apart, when William fully approved the wi proposed conditions of capitulation, and in- iti timated his declinature to see the French ac Emperor until they had been accepted. lr Moltke had given poor Wimpffen no rest. gc Before riding away to meet the King he had te tent into Sedan an officer with the blunt oltimatum that hostilities would be recom Sminced at 10 a.m. unless by that hour there ] was a prospect of the capitulation bring arranged. Wimpffen still reftsed to negotiate, urging instructions from the I Emperor not to surrender until the latter it should have h...

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Manners. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 30 June 1888

Manners. It is well for young men to obtain, at the very beginning of their start in life, some idea tof the vtalue of politeness. There rse .ome to' whom urbanity I natural. ' They are born 5-they grow up ed --nd are so under all'circuamstnces, to the end of their lives. They g? easily, pleasantly, and agreeably through life, as though by a neceesity of nature. Every vain man is pleased with them, for their habit is that of univereal compliance. They never ear 'No.' They always agree. Contradiction is the sin of which they are never guilty. But tsis is not real politeness. The genuine article is as essential to succooe-especially enjoyable euccere--as integrity, industry, or any other thing which is positively indio pensable. All min chiney ra ruined by friction, and it is neceasrv to apply,- very frequently, a lubricariigfluid. Politeness. or civility, or nrbanir.y-whichever you please to call it-i. the oil which preserves the machinery of society from destruction. VWe must bend t...

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THE LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF A LADY "SPECIAL." [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 30 June 1888

STHE LIFE AND ADV EN-UBS ? OF A LADY "SPEOIAL." at ali (BY THE SPECIAL COMMIarIONER 0O THE hn "PALL MALL OAZaTTeL") b The ambassadors of de.c.ocraoies are not at diplomatiset, but journalis!s. An unnto crealted, and ofteh unconseiously working, do great link between the new forces which have taken organised forms in France and hi those which are arising in England but are It still running, and may long continue to run. in old channels, is Mrs Crawford, for the ti press is favoured in having as its represents n tive a lady who has been for more than twenty. fire years in the inside track of French politi:s. Her career is one of the most honourable of journalism. No other woman in the Press hass in our time attained a position so i-floentiaJl and exercised so widespread an influence. In Paria she knowa everybody, goes every. where, and has been the confidential friend of almost every French statesman, from M. Thlera down to M. Floquel. In the a Chamber, in the .Ministries, in the salo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 30 June 1888

Pump and Irrlgatioallaut The beat house in toow-J..bn Danibo and Suan', 42 B"urke strpet west. Fisao pDoes at in'ernation-I eazihitione in Petio, Phila. delphi·, Amsterdam, Calcutta. Sydney, and Melbourne.- Axto) For oe.to.tng gte at faded bh ta to Its oltina DONIIOUt 'R ot a H ItOVOAOTt to -ape tally oa'unrb' ?tbioian ottgamtotda pnttatlon. and nor r 11to pomote oth goow'h asd Meng of th bMa, tad to rendie It dtaghltfu'y a.ot sad .1o.y. yet bhalo lwe b sad faita off jat try a to. Sd bottle, and toc wrl be weal pl-tmd with the r-ut,. 'lbyon pv,oo te. a. te by. * leaemtat . *5-'eooa tn onionS.. at. 'auetat0 to .ehltv Dt'5iitOva'tpre p rtatto., sad do b tal esany other that asho b Don't Cry. You canget your old cruete, salvers, tea and coffee services, epergnee. cake baskets, spoons, forks, etc.! reeslvered equal to new' at John Danko and Sons, 42 only Bourke stree w - a .- (An.o SN S D IUIP 03 O . P And al DISEASEB of the CIIET Successfully treated PROFESSOR RADVORD, 18S Colllns stre...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 30 June 1888

LOCAL ITEMS. Messrs. Clarke and Co., house, land and estate agents, invite elsewhere particulars. as to properties- wanted and for sale. ; Their places of business are Church street, Middle' Brighton, and 54 Collins street east, Melbourne. The proposal to extend the Parlia mentary franchise to the police was discussed by the Brighton Town Coun cil at their regular fortnightly. meeting last Monday night. The subject was brought under their notice by a letter from Mr. J. S. Fletcher. Cr. Walstab moved, and Cr. O'Shea .seconded '! That. in the opinion of this council the right to vote at elections for both Houses of Parliament, should be con ferred on the police, and that the town clerk be instructed to write to:the members for the district requesting them to use their influence in getting: la new law passed,"<:< :. sa i l: The x Brighton, Town ':Hall- was crowded on--Tuesday evening, the oc casion being a tea and social meeting, given to welcome the Rev. D. Gordo...

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Two Good Men. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 30 June 1888

Two Good Men, An amusing incidont occurred a few years -go in Dunedin, Scotland, in which a well known minister of religion figured. He bad promised a poor woman, whose furniture' had been seized for debt, that he would see thot she had at least a bed for her. self and her two little ones to lie on. O her prersina matters caseed him to forge, his promise until late at night, when he wa, turning into his own comfortable crib froni t ho wintery air. Then suddenly it flashed upon him. and he at once arose, hastily dressed, and oundlmng up hie own bed, sallied forth with it. A policeman, seeing a tall finare bearing a great bundle through the night, insslted no i .'erpoein?g, whereupon the gran" old pastor had to explain who he was and what he was moion; whereupon the ' bobby' volunteered to carry the handle for him, and both together truaded to the bare abode of the astonished arnd gratified wdow. In that way one of thos good acts which are done by tealth, and blush to fin themselves f...

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BRAHMA AND THE BRAHMIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 30 June 1888

BRAHMA AND THE BRAHMIN. A Hindoo died. a proper thing to do When fifty years naited to. shrew. His soul released from earth to Heaves flies, Swilt to the gates of Brahma's Paradise. ' Hat been through Purgatory t Brahma said ; I have been married aend he hunghis bead. 'Enter, now enter, right joyfully, my son, Marriage and Purgatory are as one.' He scarce had entered in the gardean fair, Another Hindoo craved admlieson there. The self.same question Brahma asked agai- 'Hasst been thro' Prgatory? ' No I What then? ' Thou cant not enter did thesod reply. ' He who went in was there no more than L' STrue, true, my son, bu he has married been, And so on earn aune penanos for his sin t 'Married I' quoth he, ' why, I've been married twice ' 'Begone' aid Brahm.' we have no fools is Paradise l' Ct"l a

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One Beautiful China Woman. (SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 30 June 1888

One Beantiful Ch'na Woman. (sas ? FRACISco O Oao?zLE.) Ng Yee Nam is the Chinese name borne by a beautiful girl who arrived on the steamer Belgic nearly a month ago. When the seeamer was released from .quarantine and pretty Ng Yee was taken to the Circuit Courn to arrange for proper nonds for a release in a writ of habeas corpus, she created no little sensation among the officials, attornese, and reporters present. Instead of havingaChinese caute of countenance, Ng Yee possessed an oval face, a nose slightly ioman, large, round. dark epes, pearly teeth, and a figuore that many an American beauty would give worlds to possess. Sach was Ng Yee'o apspearance, and h.r actions in court were decidedly anti Chinese. The ordinary Coinese girl's de meanour when among those not of her own race is proper tc, preciseness. She holds a handkerchief to l.er face, never smiles, and under no crcumstances expressee enrpise in fact, a prim maiden aunt won d oo into ecstacies over each a ward. Bac Ng Ye...

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CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 30 June 1888

OIROUMSTA2NTIAL EVIDENOE. An interesting case of cireumstantial evi deoce ending in confession is reported fr,,m an Ohio town. B.tween two prominent ci izens a bitter feid bad at one time existsd, butit had apparendlydied out. Their names were Thomas Simpeonand William Mitchell. One day just as a farmer who was ploubhing came to the road and started to trn bhis team around, he beheld a sight thr.ogh th hedge which rivetted him to the spot. He saw a man wh waee holding a horse by ;h bridle bend over the form of a mad li g in the road and poll a dagger from the breast of the latter. It was a murder, and the dead mad was Thomas Simpson. The farmer notified the authorities, and James Walker, whom he had seen pull the dagger from the murdered man, was arreted. He was a gtranger, aid maintained that when passing Salog in the road he had come upon the dead body of Simpson and diemounat.d. When be we, tried, Mitchell, the murdered man's old time enemy, managed to he chosen upon the jury. Th...

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 30 June 1888

AGaIOULTURAL NOTFS "I The weather generally continues very mild for the month of June, and there Is still a fa?r growth i the ges The young s crops look healthy and go ar, no frosts of It any eonsequena having yet occurred to p cheek their growth. In most or the wheat growing districts the seed be nearly all been sown, portions of the Wimmera distriot, h perhaps, being the exemption. There are complaints from one or two distrilts regard- b ing the startling increase of the rabbits, p while other eoorreepondent again speak of ir this pest as having Iens quite mastered. I Heavy rains fell f! parts of New South ai Wales last week, whloh h had the rffeat of a causing the seasonable farming operations to be actively pushed forward In the agrienl toral districts. In the pastoral districts more rain is wanted. The limited number of stook travelling at present is ecsued by the deficieney of water and feed on sevral of the principal routes, which has made all movements of stook more or lesm ...

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BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JUNE 29. (Before Messrs. Bent (Chairman), Crook, Egan, Francis, Hamilton, Wilson, Springg, Mair, and Wilmot, J's.P.) THE NIGHTSOIL GRIEVANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 30 June 1888

BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JUNE 29. (Before Messrs. Bent '(Chairman), Crook, Egan, Francis, Hamilton,' Wil~o'n; Sprigg, Msir andi Wilmot,; TUII NIOII'rTSOIL GRIEIANCE. . oto 1 v Saiig,1 a Celestial, risiding' in Mar riage 'Road, ivas. charged by Ser-. geant Ryan with allowing nightsoil to be deposited on his premises without having a permlit. 7 y Witnesses were adduced that con clusively proved the case, and defend ant was fined £10, with 10s. costs. Mr. Read who appeared for tbe, defence, gave notice of appeal on the grounds that defendant' ,not; 'Being present, could not have allowed tle. offence to have occured. UNLAWFUL ASSAULT. .John,. Lockett,. on remand,. was charged with having ~ommitted- n unlawful assault on John Russell, on the 15th February last. He had been: arrested by Constable Holland, at Prahran, after eluding detection for some time. Fined £5 or 6 weeks. INSULTING -BEIIAVIOUR. - Messrs. Stewart, O'Mara (2);:Cripps and Tinsley were fined IOs.- each for. insultin...

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The Old Wife. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 30 June 1888

The Old Wife. By the bed the old man, waiting, sat in vigil ead and tender, Where his aced wife lay dying; and the twilight shadows brown Slowly from 'be well and window chased the sunsert's olden eplendour. Going down. IIs it night!' she whiop'red, waking (for her spirit seemed to hover Lect between the next world's sunrise and the bedtime caresof this). And the old man, weak and tearful, trembling as be bent above h-r. Answered. 'Yes.' Ar. the children in t she asked him. ounld he tell her? All the treasures Of their household lay in silence many years brneath the snow ; But her heart was wwrn them living, back among ber toils and pleasures, Long ago And again she lalled at dewfail in the sweet oil summer weather. * Where is little ihbarle.y, fther Frank and R ,rt- have they comert ' They are safe,' the old man faltered, 'all the children me together, Safe as home.' Then be murmarel gen'le soothange, haut hi' grief grew strong and stronger, 'ill it choked and stilled him as he hel...

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AN INCONVENIENT TASTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 30 June 1888

AN INCONVENIENT TASTE. Little Dot-Why, does your little dog like candy 2 GOacie-Yes. indeed. He makes an awful foss it I have candy and don't give hunm ony. Lit?le Dot (alter reflecion)-I wouldn' like to have a dog like tsht.

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