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AUSTRALIAN FEDERATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 July 1888

A UBSTEALIAN FIDERATION. The question of Australiae Federation is certaioly, if iS cannot be Jailed a "burnine question," at all events one of the most preminent topics of tbe day. Its importance is on sil s'dea ahckuowledgid..but' there are mmany difficultiesu the wayof itsacievement 'baich will have to be removd before it can "'"tight abouaot. In n imaIl dspe. locil icalotisieecstied the questioui, and pievelt a calodlsssiooate dicusion of I. Than glntbe tariffs of the whole of 'th colonies tudi5 have to be aslmiilated. Tae seat of Government would have to be fixed sati f-otiti~r, and that' would .not easily. be decled utos.t That Austraia will' an abs fuqrs'be federated there can be no dout. In fac itl will become anecessity of the develop iismet' of .the ..coloie, which is likets 'is timie. praetoreue .. to be .iev?n, moe itmb than 'it ihas ,in . the pat. It hai ba estimated that in oest bacst there will betar Aslsalia a poprstai?nl o 10 'miatio I That tthen is abuos.nof..room f...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE MANUFACTURE OF CHOCOLATE AND COCOA. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 July 1888

THE MANUFACTURE OF CHOCOLATE AND COCOA. The works now comprisoefou - - tories, nniibered 1, 2, 3, 4, in' the order in which they have been bnilt. No. 4 is not yet completed, though it has alreadybeenutilised. To thesefactories come the bags of Cocoa beans, of the shape of ungainly thick almonds, from Brazil, Surinam, Grenada, Venezuela, Trinidad; and other of the West Indian Islands, and Ceylon, the last, a new and. much esteemed source of supply. Passing along corridors lined with oblong blocks of cocoa and chocolate, I find myself ascending No. 3 Factory, till, upon the top and eighth floor, the roasting room is reached. A large portion of the floor is occupied with bags containing from one to two cwt of beans, in their raw imported state, but ranged along the sides are at least a score of roomy revolving cyliniders hung over coke fires. I shall not at. tempt to deal sectionally with the different floors on which the varied' processes are perfected; the shortest and clearest metho...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 July 1888

LAWN TENNIS. ' Cheltenham v. Richmond. (trophy match, third divisioii).-This match, commenced on the'`2nd '"Jiide,; : as concluded last Saturdayn i theRich mond courts, and resultedd-i' the Cheltenhanm wininigby thYriegameis Tho camplete scores are'as'follows: S. Chandlerr, nd -; O. Comport(C.) beat Daly and'Luke~ (R.) 6 O, 6 ?,;, 6 6-1 and also Cmin'bell anl Paton (R.)' 6-5, 6--5, 6-4; T. Chandler and Corstorphan (C.) scored ' ain'st Campbell rand TPaton, (R.) 4-6, 5-6,, 6-5, and against Daly and Liukey (R.) 3--6'4- 6- 0-6; totals 'Chlel--? tenham 58, Richmond 55.' I n Cheltenham v 'elbouirneoII. (non trophy match) .-.3-This; ,.m atch W? ;was played last Saturday, on the Mel tourne courts, whlien S. Chandler ; ndi IH. 0. Comport (C.) scored against B]adhaim and Smalei t(M?Ilib.) 6-0, 3-6,3 5-4, and against_M'Kie and ,M'Callum;.(nMelb.) 6-3,. 0-6, 6--3; T.- "Chandler i and .: Corstorphan: -(C.) scored against -M'Kie and : M'Callum (Mlelb.): 4;-.f 2F 6, 2andaii d initi" Badham aand S...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MALVERN POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, JULY 7. (Before Messrs. Jones, Edsall, Church, and Dr. Eccles, J's.P.) INSULTING BEHAVIOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 July 1888

- MALVERN. POLICEO?CIRT. SATURDAY, JULY 7. (Before Messrs. Jones, Edsall, Church, and Dr. Eccles, J's.P.) INSULTING BEHAVIOUR. Constable J. Flannery, on behalf of the Railway department, proceeded against Thomas Carroll, a local milk vendor, for making use -of abusive language towards John Vaughan, station master at the Malvern station. A cross summons, Carroll versus Vaughan. for a similar offenrce, was heard at the same time. J. Vaughan; station master, deposed that between 12.30 and1 o'clock on the 12th May, he was disturbed by a noise in the station office, and, sus pecting burglars, he jumped out of bed, rushed to the office door, and in quired, "Who's there 1" A voice, which he recognised as Carroll's, answered, "It's' only me;"' and lhe ascertained that Carroll was in 'the office removing some cans of milk from the office to his cart. He then asked him why he had hot notified him of his intention to remove the cans, when Carroll put his hand in'Vaughan's face and threatened t...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 July 1888

FOOTBALL. Brighton 2nd v. South=St. Kilda 2nd. This match.. wdas '.layed last Saturday at AlbertPark, and resulted in a win for : the latter by 5 goals 10 behinds to :lgoal (kicked by; Davis)' and 5 behinds. For B ihton, 3. Wrightl played a splendid game, and was vell assisted by" Wifson? Hudd ff" Pye3, and Griffin. " /i i : ,:. Brighton 2iid v. V.aucluse.?This match will lie played this afternoon ,at, Alle 's paddocl. The follbwig 'wil rcpresentthtformer :-Rogers;,Friehd, Brock, Wyatt,- (2), Duckett, Miller, Small, Blackham,? Wri~hli(2) Maher, Engry, Griffin, Pye, Huddart, Petley, ennriett, Hammond, 11'Ivor, Leonard, Cornwiall: Einmrrgency=Davis :

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ELSTERNWICK IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE. WEDNESDAY, JULY 11. Present—H. R. Reid Esq. (president), and Messrs. Coppin, Kirkham, Reynolds, Sincox, seur., Ure, and Wise. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 July 1888

EL8TERNWICKl IMPROVEMENT S MMITTE.L WEDiV F.SD.\Y, JULY 11. Present --H. R. Reid Esq. (president), and.3ieer? Coli? c Kirklan, Rey nolds, Sijacor, seir., TJre, and Wise. . ?C?ORRESPONDENOE. From the Secretary of Victori:n' Railway., to the effect. that a gateway :wroulbt c; jI;cd aýt thi end of Archi liald btr eat t eading, to ? path on the Elsternwe ck railw:a .station. Mr' . W refe red isaoery rynslaistic terms toi th?cj6. i rotuit niaction of aJ. CO HollaindL, ;'i;:.tIe 'prcsident of the shire of C?,ilfiel, iisiaiiig hisi?hfluence w1ith th Itiscttiria JTnactiean Collapnlly to obthianifrom them ifthe conacc.?inn of a tenii.orary, passnge oiver their land It was then unanin:oiosly decided to foriiard.8. a'vote of thala kso to haIt gentlemasn. for, his kindness in the matter. From the Blrighton Town Council, statiang that the reqrueat' for the forma tion of a pitched crossing at the inter section of the Point Nepe'an aoad and Ruasden street had been forwarded to the coiucil of 'the ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 July 1888

'Doý'1 1i : iar oar':oia·t· - .; iol·e; Dasý' wi l' Ur JOU - ati.'ýd sain.t. .. 'ep -Ut ým ' ba apet eeTk tiUm CIf usgu~h eppdid eoba-Desk mmd :omm. U i(omipr) B: de 90m huuME l~a t coobe wu.ti ..6 d~suaed. toa ow'o14 wft tb tyot b ci a1 rtd it D~tifftO w Sm' Mtlkm ~gcuabatr a urds Ii DDMUIONZI OOUVOUID EUBCB m o aNt)UUION.`l ?M1 In~Ih. ,latisr ah m"m0 tam.. sp tkea 7 ft own ýem.a m aM mm'bsn dotttvmm.uI4,.0 minim w~~mi~ aI~ ,mbmmII. ilsm Im mb~~II l M summq ww ab~bmwmlb t m.1'gr .ad a "4me"d lha. 3DId4mm 11.15mn ,mie miagiM.M aM·Lb '·a·r JmUImYCap Da.a 03J.y~t p G p hILhbciW4t D V* O II 8 IIt; r 1tI I0E Ld ad . . saoosnfo $0wW .,.,, F'-CI~OIMUO ILDIOUD.:' - U)QI1 W BO0 84D$ ID,'' .·.': 16 0911"n o0e1 aren a- -pt - v tahd ;ia o-g yael. ag- -j q aza -N"tp fur eo8 01 O1 a9omp3 aSly o dn a ~1 6S@anWDteo e~jfl danlinq Ira Sqll~ *y, , 'n . t in .feairr lOit aq j 'i app a itod..w quay So-Isa ýMO)VA2Y 'daeuat sa Zi 1. $-i OIvafl sNI XOOZt8 KM .1. Conaumption and Bronchiti Averted - DUNSTON...

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LITTLE JOHN'S LEOPARD FIGHT. (ILLUSTRATED SPORTING AND DRAMATIC. NEWS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 July 1888

LITTLE JOHN'S LEOPARD F1IGT. whom I ham'- hir 1, and for whom I have alwys- sttlane the highest seardL He7, isot lags:dalm returned from South Afdoi i, -whloek ountry h hae been spendig the Ia eight or tsu'years. ' was ?i.iade d to see him and, as,_ obanoed, neither oi as had say eagee meat; I asked him to errell with me to my slub. He warn noting loth. for?,dike mysel-, he was isufferer fromn the blizzard and the ahbevqoeul bad weather. He' had b. e. mining for gold in the Tranrvaal, and dig King for diamonja Ia Griquelad West with varyiug succeCa iling urp loose iatervls of time insp ,rtingezpediemon to the interior; hod .highly interesting were. may of the Incidea?s in his career, none more to than his accoouttqf a tumle witha leopard, and ahilch I give here, in, as nearly as f can, his own words :--It was on a return trading trip from iba. Zambeai. country ,that. the incident Ismgol • teoell you took place. A brother trader an myself trekkinog toether to theDiamond Fklds, at. wh...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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ELSTERNWICK SEVERANCE COMMITTEE. WEDNESDAY, JULY 11. Present—Mr. Reid (in the chair), and Messrs. Sincocks, senr., Reynolds, Ure, Coppin, Kirkham, and Wise. THE LATE DEPUTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 July 1888

ELSTERNWICK SEVERANCE COM MITTEE. -----o------o ;. , WvEDNESDAY, JULY 11. Present--Mr. Reid (in the chair), and M?-essrs. Sitcocks, sear.; Reynolds, Ure, Coppin, Kirkham, and Wise. THE LATE DEPUTATION. The secretary said that it had been stated by the Mayor of St:-Kilda that the Severance Committee was defunct, but if he were present to-night be would see such was not the case. He then gave an epitome of the result of the late deputation, after which it was decided to instruct the chairman and secretary.to prepare the statement as suggested by Mr. Ninuno, and after consultation with Messrs )uigain and McDermott, forward it as requested. M Dlr. Reid said that owing to the very fair reports in the local as well as metropolitan papers, the whole question had beeni placed before. the colony at large, and it now rested with the committae to agitate for an altera tion in the Act, which meant probably only a few words.

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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THE CHANCES OF BEING HIT IN BATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 July 1888

7THE w ANOCs.' N I SWle a hat it. I or BEIlg a rZ I of inicting so much moe los reietee. And'oet the ralle lamly lawnr: alt tnptrlut- «tbi thet It I Or valuable Mtanofta* srrioe in its-apabil t of inflicting o much mow locilha *eye1iVr *And »«t the utUll rn ar landy isaonsible for she oft-quoted v rmark'tr t * Is takes a ma's aeiil Is lead to kill him.' 6hidetd age has alway ben considered as needing mone or lee latitude, but, on the I conttary, itcexpre.ses. a- absolate trath, levoid of exagerstion. As regllrd the battlds of modern warfare. it; Ie a very fair wa of, ating the relative weight of metal thown and mae killed. The sfgnt pest tainig to this subject are attaInble and I make he malter very plain. Tobhbe t, we wil peas by asch actions a Fort Samter and crrtata other artillery ffeairsn which not| ma was killed, and turn to the fieldeogae ments where the lor oof life wae greatest; where, aco rding t the rhetorical historians, thefields were swept by the store of iron eleet an...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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WHAT OLD MAIDS DO. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 July 1888

e? sandourlS of hi. o ni?on, while *doing Bonlland, *the reaon foe the frb. heltlhfn eppmerance of the Egi4t *h people' Thei Somplaiion is' f1?fsperool to- ouwr or p. roorynl'evren the h rringpao." !Well, know owetbe Po e eeyt "Aed O-wing to tbea old maid.l 'W .ou mnrpIi, me !' ' lane, Hmile, . uree. It oqs tbi of roet-beef' 'But .whets heWti So do with old maids' 'Go slow. ,hblean RIn Englisb betl the, beet ude moetnthitlsg~. beet in the word eel impautSesirnhlbeeatile" oomplenio.' ,ýelU, eboletthe old mdede' 'YesP ouehe the ereeilnoe athbls Eogilib heel i due ezolaalielyto red: elover Do yo see he' poit?" "'All'bute ti:,old' maids Tbey ar. stillt hoveril, in, t ehetlows. ,Wby. don't yao Teee Thi red lomei e earidod eweetesa. ad nob ~ ho t ?ob?e bee' an'bt whcri do tiod W faome ir ild 'bhe inqui+tiive .oisa . wipIlng hid brow weeilj. 'Wtthilgibst ap11in etbeoa n, yo'r,foae . The?nl . .emothnebom;i . bee is the flddmeuae.' 'Ba wht hv'oase eaft, re clovne .bambewee ad. emldmico -ot t...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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SAYS SHE DIDN'T INVENT IT. MRS. BLOOMER ABOUT THE COSTUME THAT BEARS HER NAME. (OMAHA HERALD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 July 1888

. AYS SHEt DIDN'T INVENT IT. I YE; -BLQOOER ABOUT Z=- m 0o ui XrUIlBATn0assBb-HMs a IAM.B .'hae trldd'fit' to eaerret Ibthir '. sae4weRld Mrs.n D. C.11eom er ssra t reporter of the ' Herald.' I' west toe t Blooero "'cosanet, 'dor si I i hMs e towearit. I a goquf wilfng hi the eoriection esbold be mad., for I ado nobf wih to be reinembered onlyeas the wonroa who,?ven.." anew style dre . 0 The 'sateent was ement, wi th oens Shb Wom ?enmrae w?eumeat, 'with! which rs. Bloomer was as gromlaeatly' ideatl ed as has been any one who ever opened . his or: her moth in protest 'aganst the a wongs impcead by tyrant man apos' the a tier mNs. Allhoughl years hae piessed G ines the' name of Mrs. Blooher has ben ad prominently before th public as that of a woman's rights agitator, she:is atill hoe. roughly imbued with the: entbhslasin .'of the marue, and is abreast of .the tims in ,her ideas of. the relationsi of womi nkld .to the worse .hal of oh manicy.' ,For. thirtythree years she h s:. been, a ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 July 1888

1 H u. l UMA* 0*, L . IOYIM AM*D womks am g.W JA . O h . an. Pa.. 'FREaHOLrD PaOPR2I ?B In l elora end BoMa bs I JAMEE Y. AL B, MDanager. ?- ..... .. . ' . 3"," A . " CaIn o one Shurose MAUNION SISTUan ATLOIS and. the andy bAu o CAMPtEN L ill18D. ab1rE UNeION TlUST EE, pereOTOMi nld DIRITOS : Johm Sloth, a, chairman; F.eToe Healy. >q.; oe. N. (ibalbeat, mBI ; o;n. b. Byeia; Han. bane:-DlIaSOTO, Andi rew Aeoryson. asq. E.Pauesaln; Non. Gome bang. MLI; Au deof. E'q. ,I.. A.; Richard 0. WaderoctN No, vs the opsv intaly emnpobeme Ose to n o itas exase. trnes. a omrnletmaior. atoere Walter d spl and al n-t. J. VAClgefCAo Managegr. 35 KhimW Snildlnge. William .S.ret, Matbomn 1T G0OMMerOIAL' LAND OoPaNmT LIMIT.D, Ob anme beant y Iang, 1 0: 13UC MelboeSeorr e Ca00 bi. I 10,at 0 in to Debat a t. D•. ALadae,. moay. J. R. Kule. aq . a., Caufisald. ke anwond. Eaq OGralle whiets, el (Philip BvIs n and 0O., ailway amrig? o Vratoy). F. J. Ef em .ek t ... , Mit a. Tb. company bhys. mbdiulde. and...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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A RIDE ON A BUCK'S BACK. (NEW YORK SUN) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 July 1888

:A BIDE ON A BUCK'S BACK. -(caOLw Tos OsU ). ýt Naaiaaorr oseý,>.a3r. ,30th.N fe?mrý.aeydweakse a wa, thiattheasmw tand sto mpp'r thbe lanI ,1,erina ' 'ee4p In ibm tihermametmermeli eame sar, arent to teer.d:meveryboy'T?sad?w .t i O 6iI re?- dime irbis'rthel:bosser as-aedwndd euaokld:with reportc like rile SetgsP:: The emew:k the eoods, whit, up to th ti.time,' had:-had a fashson of gettsip' : eat from eneder the- anowahee, as : he woo?amne said, that was very provoking: was now -well p?cked, and there was o ruat,thatwoull bear the weight. of th Pianidini:of tLhe Fat Mlen's Clob It wan this .:codition of a ffairs .that "set the lO: gerse at. the port ofice to talking about th- e uiods ingeneral and the peelliaritles of dehr and deer hunting, ''Itrwa just such. a night as this,' said Johnny Jones, the village blacksmith, 'that land Herb Conklin's father had to Ijss i,. the woodiwithlo t blanket rr fire,or any thing to eat. We were up onoJocks Lake . unting, having head-quarlerrs i...

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THE TRAGICAL FATE OF THE ASHBYS. TOLD BY AN EX DETECTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 July 1888

;THE,TRAQtI1AFATE OF 4 | .THE-ASHBYS.' L ;., n ,;a. ToL..rarlw~E Da rcmnv. ; SMapy headi wle' than mianewea poazii toaeioontfor the detb of Mr.Aahoy. It happened a tew yeas ago, sad ereted a rather psiatl senatie uaonges a large irtole ofl Ialb ad -eqaalestanoes who' lived It the sma beaiful distrist ear Uerpool, but on the aObetie ide of the Mersey. Mr.s Aebby had been unwell a few weeks before her eabh.* She soeed antoen paiin in the hip and side, wbhich wre someeimn so agonizing as to ause the lady to 'hriek a aloud. He ailment was some kind of v compound diordr, whleh partook of be h characters of scaties and rheumatism, and appeared to be as exorcialingly pinflo as both together. Ijeacioseof- morphi wese I found necessary to allay the pain, and these a lojeitions were edmiletered by the qualified nrsewho had been egaged to attend to the - afflited lady. One moaing, when theUmamn returned to I her poet in the sink-room, after an hob of I absenem, the found thepatient *onk nl wha...

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TOM'S ANSWER TO MR. BARNUM. Mr. P. T. Burnum, Murray Hill Hotel, N. Y. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 July 1888

TOW'S ANSWER TO IMR. BARNa'Uh Mr. P.' T. Barnum, Murray Hill Hotel, N. "Y., Cable received. Very earry to hear of your great loes. India will be scoured and the wildest and fiercest animals ever teen in -Amfe.a will be ezhibited in -the Greateet ibow on EMarth, it our lives arenot sarsificed intheir.cepture. ... TOM BRADFORD. CHAPIEB I,-Mt CALLER. S One cool September afternoon I wao sitting in my little office concected with my show, talking with my, euperientendent over the eucceae which had attended that season's tonr, when a -boy-prseented himself, hatin -lnd, end alhcd the privilege of a few minutes' convueaation with me... - S.We were'in' ohb of the Southern States;' 'wotkicg'our. way Norib, where n e had arengead'bd'close the show for'th'' seaeso on the lait day of thel ucceeding month. The Season's tour har been so succe3eful that we were all in geod'spirite, and the clhatt r of tlShe lIveliest character. Up to that time thero: had been'eo accident of any a-ounat, the health...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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THE LEADER. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1888. MALVERN POST OFFICE SITE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 July 1888

THE LEADER. S UMrse TO Aza. SATURDAY, JULY 14, ,1888. MALVERN POST OFFICE SITE. .. THE action of the Malvern Shire Coun cil in the matter ot the treatment of the agitators against the site ofthe proposed new post and telegraph office being anywhere but adjoining the shire hall on the Glenferrie road frontage, seems almost unparalleled in the his tory of shire councils. It will be remembered that for some time past the growing necessities of the shire has warranted the residents in taking steps towards securing a ipost and telegraph office in a more central site, and more in keeping with its business requirements. The council took the matter up very warmly, and headed by their respective presidents for the time being, they made their request known to headquarters, when after gleaning the knowledge that if the ratepayers were prepared to give some little as sistance in the matter, the Postal department would give it their most serious consideration. The council, on learning this, then...

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THE OUTLAWS OF TUNSTALL FOREST. A ROMANCE OF THE OLD WORLD. BOOK IV. THE DISCUISE. CHAPTER 1. THE [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 July 1888

4'tOULACE 0 WUh PA WO Br ROBERT LOUW STMTMNSO1, Author A ", airero laand. so. BOOK If. THE DISIEISE. : CHAPTER L le where Di.atc the lne -ai&h ad 6 ntw a fr from Roilwood -ad, ,within ni. or ea mles of Shoreby.ou thTill; and hrs, after making sere that they were pursaed no longer, the two bodie -epacated., Lord: Foxham'e follower de pted caring their wounded master towarda the comfort and seemriry of the great abbey ; and Dick, as he saw them wind away and disappear in the thick curtain of the Llig Mow. :wasr left alon with near upon e deen outlaws, the laIt remainder of hie reopof oltlnteere. Some were wounded: eas and all wer furioue at thir ll.auooee and long expmnm ; nd though th were now too cold and hangry to do more. they grumbled and ceut ellen looks upon their leaders. Dick emptied .his prse among them. leaving hiseltf nothing ; thanked them for the maag they had dieplayed, though he could ba-e found it more redily in his heart to ate them for poltroonery ; and havi...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 14 July 1888

LOCAL ITEMS. The Lynch Family Bellringers bgain ' appeared at the Brighton drillroom on Wednesday evening, and also at the shire hall, Malvern, on Thursday, when they met with a very flattering reception. The programme, a very.; lenigthyi:bne, included not only' the: well known performances on the bells;, for which the Lynchs' have become so __ noted all over the world, but also some excellent vocal and instrumental selections. In " ood Night Beloved" (Balfe), Miss Ivanova was heard at her best, and well merited the enthu siastic encore demanded. Her render ing of "A Leaf from the Spray" (August Way), also received the hearty appreciation of the audiences at both-- places. Mr. Thos. R. Gilpin also achieved a success amidst loud and prolonged applaudits for the rendition of the several pieces allotted to him on the programme. Mr. J. C. Parletto, in his various character impersonations and Messrs. Crome and Oyston came in for.a good share of appreciation. At a public meeting held in t...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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