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HE WISHED HE'D GIVEN MORE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 30 June 1888

HE WISHED E'D GIVEN MORE. An old gentleman in Yorksbire, who wa noted for his affection for the * root of all evil,' ws wasilted on one day by a ollector for the British and Poeegn Bible Society. who solicited a donatiun or mobecription to the societyls fuonds. Te old msn was hard to move, but ultimately on his wile represenlang to him that ' God always repays fourfold wha. people give to Bi saene,' he plenko down a LS-note. Some months after. to his aurprie and delight he re ceived payment of some L20 odd. wbich had been long owing to ,sis. and which he hadiritteaoff a a ad deb. ' Thero now antd She good wife, ' Didn't I tell you? The Lord alaos rpayss fourfold.' ' h I' groaned ohe unhappy O. cous. 'I wish I'd given that Bible man ten pounds.'

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LADIES' COLUMN. FASHION ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 30 June 1888

THE LADIES' COLUMN. Br Vevr FASHION ITEMS. The day has passed when Fashion so far tuiumphed over good taste as to tolerate the loose-fitting, untidy-looking hat or bonnet that is always getting out of place and aiving a ililshod air to an elegant toilette. Before it is bought a hat is fitted, and unskilled, Indeed, is the milliner who cannot secure a perfect fit. A Venus would look quite an ordinary woman in a hat too looselor her, and a very Griselda would lose her patience if her bonnet slipped off. Notwithstanding the many colours that prevail in ohapeaux as well as in costumes, it must be acknowledged that green, black and red are the smartest shades in vogue. Greens are in endless variety, and all unite so harmoniously with other colours, that it I is not difficult to account for their popa larity. They are shownin felt, velvet and cloth hats, in large and small shapes, now with elaborate trimmings, and again chal.. lenging admiration by their very simplicilty. Exaggerated size...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A SCHOOLMISTRESS HEROISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 30 June 1888

A SCEOOLMIS?RESS S HEROISI . The American mai just to hand brings: the following story :-"On the 30th uwt., w iletsc20 children ware at school at Cypress Creek, Nashville, under Mies Green, a sechoo'. teacher only eighteen years of .age, a dog rushed into the schoolroom, foaming atthe mouth and began snapping and biting at che children. Miss Green bravely armed herself with a heavy ruler and sprang be. tween her pupils end the dog. The In furiated animal sprang at her throat. but she was' agile, and warded him off with her weapon -nd repeated kicks The dog tore herclothee into riobons *During she encounter all the lit le ones escaped from she sohoolrooom, and ran for help. 'In the meantime the gallant teacher kept the brute a, bay until she reaclied the door, whisah he . kililnly managed to close behind her, and then fell fainting outside. Aseiatance arrived, and two men armed with riles shot the animal. The grateful parents of the children presented Miss Green she nexc day with a b...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 30 June 1888

Os slier, and Bath'. John Dank. and ,n have a very large variety always on hand. The cheapest and ~est bha-e in l-Ibourne; 42 only Bourke street east.-(ADVT.) A new kind of glass has been invented in Sweden which is a.arrted to pos?es wood. r ful microecopi- power While the highest power of an old-'eahion.d microscopia lens rev-ale nnly the 1400.000th part of on inch. this new glas will enable us to dietinaguiab 1 204.700.000th part of an inch. The retpots coming from those Austrian regiments which have been suoplied with the t .nnilch.r small-bore rifle agree as to the auperority of the new weapo in oomparison with the former model of larger celibre. MUZATBs FLUID MAGnE MIA I pea coarly nonedal ?a a plewai Uadaith and sparlmat to all a of blbtetm and amdity of is stnmuch, pa ,telauly dinreg prssaraey. abeile complatta h e ll ule dneorders, r sedoknesa In speedly remo'.. '?'easbare asid aenomationa or rregula digeasM . * never elas eo compas iu sa ama"n is a few stanse. after any ea...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Dead Finger and the Living Man. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 30 June 1888

'heo Dead Finger and the Living Man. A telegram from Delbi in " The Times" announces the conviction of Ganga Sahal. a famous dacolt. He was found hiding in the jungle on the Meerut aide of the Jumas, and was captured after a desperate resist ance. He was the leader of a powerful and daring band of highway robbers and burglars which for the past three years has been the terror of the country round. The robbers move about with astonishing rapidity, and after a asuce'sful burglary or decoi y .hey erespe with their booty across the Jumna. Gangs fahei has bee.. sen tenced to twelve years' rigorous imprison ment, on three separate hsarges--amely, of burglary in 1885, foil wed by an assault on a policeman in the execution of his duty. and a theft in August lest from the house of a member of the ex-Royal family of Delhi. Gangs owes his conviction almost entirely so the affair wi h the police. man He and some 'of his party had made an ape tore in the root cf the house ot a wealthy tsabarajab...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sugar as an Agent for Preserving Meat. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 30 June 1888

:Sugar as-.an Agont er Prcscrv.ng Meat. A special report made to the French Minister of Agriculture asserts that sugar is an excellent agent for preserving, meat, and posseaes some advantages over salt. In fact, salt ahbsorbs a portion of the nutritive sub stances and of the fltvur of m-at When an analysis is made of a -olu ion of the salt die-olved by water contained in meat we find albominoid bodies. extractivesubastance, potaesa, and phosphoric acid. Salt deprives meat of the suenhs ances so much the more readily in proportion as it enters the tissues more deoply or acts for a longer time. It then results that the meat when taken from the ali.e solution haselost nutritive elements of genuiee impoerance Powdered sugar, on the contrary, being less soluble, producesless liquid. It forms around the meat a solid crust, which removes very little water from it, and does not alter is taste. Thus pre served, it seffices to immerse the meat in water bestoe usnar it. Although this treat men...

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 — 30 June 1888

;3,4 pt is 1 ".14: t Special. PLEASANCE'S SPECIAL TINCTURE OF t PODOPHYLLIN The best remedy yet discovered for Biiousness, Bilious Headache, Constipation, H~artburn, Indigestion, and all Maladies arising from a sluggish Liver. I'LEASANCE'S 'SANTONIA WORM SYRUP 4Never-failing Preparation for Removing - and Destroying Ronnd or Thread Worms in' , Adults and Children. , ...: :::,. aid any of the symptoms briefly, given elowbenoticcd, the presence of Worms can ho safely concluded:-=Restless ness, irritability, grilding` the teeth atnight;startingdur ing sleep. picking thu . - . .nose, dark rings,? under the eyes, variableo appetite, &c. OL IN BOTTLES 2s. EACH ,Typhoid Fever :! The IIomeopathic Remedy for . Typhoid Fever. e PLEASANCES SPECIAL TINCTURE OF BAPTISIA.; The presence of Typhoid, Enteric, Gastric, or Colonial Fever, as the discasec is varionsly termed, is becomi itix alarmingly on the increase ni this colony. Theatten= t! ion of the public is drawn to the value of the ab...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 30 June 1888

--0- Brighton. v. N Brighton-.The se local clubs met last Saturday at Brigh ton beach for the first time this season before a large number of supportern of both teams. Grout winning the toss from Smith, decided to kick towards the southern'goals. f)uring the first quarter the ball was soon taken for ward by the Brighton, and a goal was kicked through the agency of Byer, and a second one was kicked soon after by Mouritz; The game at half-time stood-Brighton 2 goals ~ behinds to 1 behind.- In the second quarter the game was more even, each side kick ing 1 goal. Wateford kicked the Brighton one and 'Float for the North's. Athalf-tinie the game stood Brigiton 3 goals and 5 behinds to- t goal and 2 behinds. 'In the first eu _ minutes of the third quarter the No 'n had the best of the game, kicking 3 behinds in quick succession, 'after which the Brighton carried" the for ward, and added two more goals kicked by Byer and Wilmot and be hinds. In the final quarter the game was spoilt altoget...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 30 June 1888

Ni ERVOU S. -MEN, young and old, married or single suffering, from Nervous Debility, Premature Decay, Loss of Manhood, Vital Power, and all diseases of the Genito Urinary Organs, may obtain, free, a valuable treatise by an eminent Surgeon, containing full iaforma ion regarding self-treatment, by applying y.letter to, 0?a1 101, (.P.O., Sydney, i Thousands upon Thousands!!! of testimonials of the most wonderful cures, voluntarily sent us, we do not publish them, as they do not make the cure. It is our medicine, Dr. sounle's American Hop Bit ters, that makes the cures. It has never failed and never can. We will give refer. ence to any one for any disease similar to their own if desired, or will refer to any neighbour, as there is not a neighbourhood in the known world but can show its cures by Dr. Soule's American Hop Bitters. : .T. C.? ADELLL Consulting HerbalistB32 Chapel street Plrahran. Consultation Free -(Advt.) 7 YASNDELL'S DIABRRIiEA . MIXTURE the muust efficacious preparation f...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Thousands Hastened to their Graves. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 30 June 1888

. Thousands Hastened to their. Graves. 1 By replying on testimenials written in vivid glowing language of some miraculous cures n.ade by some largely puffed doctor or patent medicine has hastened thousands to their graves; the readers having almost insane faith that the same miracle will be performed on them, that these testimonials mention, while the so-called medicine is all the time hastening them to their graves. Although we have

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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CHINESE SUPERSTITIONS. (POPULAR SCIENCE MONTHLY.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 30 June 1888

CHINESE SUPERSTITIONS. (POPULAR ?CIENOI MONTBLT.) L A girl who is partoking of the last meal is to eat in her father's house previous to her marriage, rits at the table with her parents and brothers ; but she must eat no more than b.lf the bowl of rice set before her, else her departure will be followed by continual -carcity io tho domicile ehe is leaving It a brine breaks the heel of t er sho to goieg from her father's to her haosand'e house, it is omi noos of unhappiness to her new relati.ns.. A piece of nacoo and a parcel of sugar are hung on the bank of a bride's eedan chair as a -.p to the demons who might molest her wb'le on hbr juorey. The " Three Bane ful Oes" are f. nd of .alt and spices, and the ' White Tiger" tikes weets. A brde ma be oroaght horo while a coff n je in her husband'. house, but nor within 100 days after a coffin is c.rsi.d oot. Dome.tic troubler are uor. to oome?pon one who is marsied withbin 100 dO? after a fnaoersl. & bri'e, while putting on her w...

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TENEMENT HOUSES IN NEW YORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 30 June 1888

TENEM?ENT HOUSES IN NEW YORKu Slumming in New Y,'rk providse writers with pictture a seenational s any wes are eacuetomed to at home Alady, diecussingia " The Forum" the tenement-honse problem' in New York, illustrates the overarowding in these striking sententes :-" In some rooms yon will in the daytime see mattres'es pild up till they t nob the seiling ; at night, when the ' bosrders' estream in from their day's work, these mattreses are t'ken down and spread over: the floor, touching each other. Frty five people sometimes dleep in one room." There are said to he 30.000 tenement houses in New York, and 2,000 of them are recognised in official statittice to be " very bad."

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DEATHS CAUSED BY WILD BEASTS. (ASIAN.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 30 June 1888

DEATHS CAUSED BY WILD BEASTS. (AsIAN.) On a former occasion we showed oanee for questioning wheth-r the 15.000rs. which the Government pays annualy for killing pols'none snakes are judiciously expended. This sum is only afracdon of the 1.89.005re, which the Government p id in 1886 for what it calls "the extermination of wild anima a and poisonous snakes," so that 1,64,64G5rs. remain to be accounted for. In 1885 the total amount expended was 2,24.126re., so that there was a considerable reduosion in 1886; bat when the average annual expendi ture amounle to about two lakhs of rupeesit becomes a serious question whether the whole sum might not be economised. It may be remembered that 20.142 persons cere killed by snake-bite, and 25.:i00r were paid for killing snakes. But only 2 707 persons were killed by wild beasts, and 1,G?4645rs were spent in rewards for the extermination of wild beasts. But are they really exttrminsted? Of1 cocree tigers are the greatest offenderes, but how is it t...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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THE ELF CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 30 June 1888

THE ELF CHILD. Little orphant Allie a come to our house to stay, An' wash the caps an' saucers up, an' brush the crumbs saway., An' seoo the chickens off the porch, an' dust the heartb, an' sweep, An' make the Lire, an' bake thebread, an' earn her board and keep; An' all. us other, hildre, when the supper thin?s is done. We set around the kitchen fire an' has the mostest fun A-listinin' to the witch tales, as Allietells about, An' the gobble-une as gets you, El you don't watch out 1 Onu't there was a little boy wouldn't say his pray're An, when he went to bed at night, away upstairs, His mamma heard him holler, and his daddy heard him bawl, An' when they turned the kivers down he wasn't there at all ! An' they seeked him in the rafter-room an' cubby-hole an' press, An' seeked him up the chimbley tlu an' everwhere, I guats, But all they ever found was jiet his pants an' roundabout I An' the eobble-uns 'II get you Ef you don't watch out I An' one time a little girl 'ud always laugh an...

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

g VIcIassIkz .aND COMPANY LYIETE yco aINS Sr 1EZT nA1m Ospltulr4P £t$0OOJ S" oeral ed. teC,r00. ' ald*.p, £1l bI , 50hn Joildb: q heic?ih c - .?? a , J. - INT itr: 7 _?. i.cel:D on DEPOSIT . " . " ' ,a . ?;a , :r . . ?' ; . . :-, i m o n t h sl J Y es a ly . lai . " ? EN r' ri ' PROPSBTII , ' ' lor - '.icx A JLT ts, 5e, . . t J or 3 N L - , NSRONE, teee, e-q E'I-r " TH S BIortar.r, ABE USTRCLIAN MI - I PIiOVtICl BsDIE Director- "it en Victorlan Branch; A S. Bi eq, ie thel Mal t ? d ¶i.uc-rl t cn.c , oJ.P. JIc - .ire,. l q The lo',' lam"e. aM aBO l cn, MILt L . T"- e I. i Wf . ? Se? , ut L.o LNO OTHER AUSTxA&IAN LIF OGICEs DIVIDES PBOeIr EVl I tI YE. A. A ?oleya a.en h ? ?e od in the Mutual Provident ele mtya ta aL'cd Srihen In aNY OTHER A .do aa ola.WtierOF i -, 5 the BONUSES ror ted are LARGER thas .hcr i.cair.d by any other cHa In tbe eorld. Inoearea Fd Se nen VU?lrnsBt? lleB . &-AGEOt rOYPANY o LIAITED. N . M le wri. R. r., Cha 'ir n. r ORe: 1 QDIREu rr Sel? r. £I...

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

THE LARGEST UMBRELLA IN THE ] WORLD. An mb meld to be the arest in the. world, has been made by Mesr Wilson, nuatetlon, and Co., Gl-agow, for the us of e West Afrian king. The umbrella, which l can be closed in thet usual manner, is 21ft in diameter, and l a?ixed to a polished ma ho.g?nr taf of thegame Jengtb. The cenopy Is made ol Indian straw, lined with cardiJnal and white, bha a score of straw tassel., and a border of crimson satin. On the top is a pine-shaped straw ornament, which terminates in a gilded coes. When in use the umbrella wilt be fixed in the ground, and under its shabelter the potentate will be able to entertain about thirty guests to inner. L. Stevenson & Sons Limited, Coalnulog the baelnes of r. aEVaB8O O asd SO?, L DHablhed 1810. It Head Offiee:e 14 Flinders Leam East, Ielb ?er. CAPITAL, 4o00,000. Iacorporated unestheCOompsales tetute,L IL DIERREOOPa The on. C . I Jas. ..0.; the Hera. Edward Langoe; 3. Lloyd Moberts. Eq., B. Murray Sith 355a MA b In addl...

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A Wonderful Clock (BALTIMORE AMERICAN.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 30 June 1888

A Wondertna Clo it (]ALTInIoRE AMERICAiN.) Thomas Bllinueer. of Willow avenue, has a wonderful clock. It is hand-made, and can rasily be raken apart, as it.i built in eentioni. It s 9Ott. 7in. high and 23.n; at the broadest part, and is of walnut timber. It hueas two pictures, painted on copper, one erpresen ing the pyramids of Egypt, and theother a wood. land scene of Switzerland. Isis at elve-day clock, with two running weighte of 161b. each Tn- mu-ical weight, which drives the bellows. weighs 651b. There are fifty-two pipes in the clock, rangino from 2.in. ro 2fc long. The pendulum 1e Oft loni, and weighs 1'o. Th clock has two cylinder., each of which furnishes eight tunes, including waltzes and dancing-mosia All are old Getman tones Mr. and Mrs. Bullinger value the clock highly. Sas it i a good timepiece It is north 500dol. In 1830 the clock wve broucht from Saxony by Rudolph Shaffer. It was then fif'y yearo old ihaffer reided f.r eighteen yare on Feil's Point. where he died. At...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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FUNNY LITTLE FOLKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 30 June 1888

FUNNY LITTLE F1OLS. MOTsau: And do yon really feel so very bad, Bobby? Bobby: Ye. ma. I ain't quite sick enough to ned any mediine, but 'm a littles bit too sick to go so eehool. EaeZxT. a fve-yser-old, was seat Ueetaulr with a immll basket of pottoese. ao alter lugging them up halt-way he set she bLske ,:own to get a fresh bold. An aunt of has, standing at the head of the ataeirs, said to him. ' What is the matter. rnest? is thbasket heavy?' 'No,' he saes, ' the basket ai', heavy, but the taters is.' A LTrrrr six-year.old Bostoo girlwa offeing sympathy tis noighboor who had lIos a little child. ' Ye, Mrs Brown,' satd she. 'I pow just how to sympashise with you, for I lot a hlttl broheroore.' Indeed, Ribhel.' saio Mi Browo, '1 don't remember iL .Bow old were you when he died ' ' Oh, answered the child, 'i was loong before you-knew our family. He died several years before I was born.' 'WHAT are pales ' asked the teacher of the primary class, ' Things sha grow on cats, piped the emall...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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"IT IS MERELY MY LIVER." No 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 30 June 1888

"IT IS MERELY MY LIVER. . ;" - m? - + ';' B , FAiIL YDOCTOR. Only his liver 1 lBut little does our t friend knowib? ?id little do "thousands know, the vast importance of this I organ ,to lthe animal economy ;.,and ;it is really more in the hope of prevent- I ing disease, of saving lives and livers, I than of curing those actually sick, that I write the present paper. We have, heading the roll of diseases c the organ is subject to, inflammation, t with its racking pains, its sickness and 1 difficulty of breathing, highl fever and t delirium, and which sometimes. even t when most skilfully treated; ruts on to abscess, emaciation, uitter I rstra tion, and deathl. ihe.liver, at times gets enlarged ; this may lead to cinsie quences of tihecimost ?.rious natire. Fatty dcgcneratioi .of the liver. caus ing severe:; dyspepsia,. clay-coloured I countenance, constilpatiod iud cldil:rrbhic? perhaps even' dropsyv and :idelitti, is another disorder .to n?which?_ frce:and easy ]iviiig-•.iav `grive...

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MOORABBIN SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, JUNE 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 30 June 1888

?niMUORABBIN °SHIRE COUNCIL Mosl.n, Juzmi 25. -rosont--.Ois.'?deitt (preaident);-Mills, 'Abbott, ]tirgcss, Cohlport, M'Swain, .lteni.oniii: Stayn!or and WVard. :Fronl, Mlessrs. Crisp, Lewis, and Hedderw ick, r the laite cases of night soi l-cariers,- stiating-thlat.they.recom mend the charges against the offenders beinig witlidrinifnt oii'condition that tlhe dGfeildii i tp iifay"thc+ costs amount ing+to £49,l s.. iniconsequence;of the dillicultyiin `ettin~ finesprovided the council got a verdict: --Received. I ronxMesrs. Leary, Attenborough, and Norman, agreeiing. to .accept the position. of returning oticers : as also from?ir..'Hi Splar es, declining 'to act. --lecived, and' Cr. St:yinorappointed insteaJd of Mr. Sparkes. "'Fr?n?'Mir. Kedwick, in reference to the.taking in of Old Moorabbin rbad toonrie chain and a half. Or. Abbott stated that he and Ors. Staynor and Rennison had inspected the-road in question, and although Cr. Rennison objected, he and Cr. Staynor recommended its be...

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