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BRIGHTON TOWN COUNCIL. MONDAY, FRBRUARY, 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader — 11 February 1888

.L. /.?' , (, , ti Si' : t -'.[ BRIGHTON TOWN COUNCIL. Present :- rs, Bent .(Mayor), Bur rows, Francis Hiintlyq and 1Valstab. Theii iimayor apli61ogiseid for the absence-ofCr, :Munro, iwho had for wvarded ?' telegraniu to tle effect that die couild iiot iattend.c Ie also stated -thaitlMr Liuicisv the: Toivii Clerk' iwas indisiposed aild inalile tc,:be present. 1tmd i Froin11 J oo It? ot boiD if of :ing;?tih.toiit eC of the holding . I, the Cefejiinsi } ii m iizzots'l' y hywould be ghld :if iheihirigltoi Co'tiicil would :seil dtwi? dile?g ites t tre iesent.them on the yCOiinmitee tif m ieniiiit. On the: i otin i of' r .W ilstab. :secoidelr';,y OCr Fraiiisi the Mayor :and C?iB l rrows were appoiiintel. From??thie lIoth ain town counciil, askiig ih? iii Awu delegaites "ie leaip pointed' tii"itteid 'ii'conferenciieto be heldt?lst lithaim; on the l3thinst: for the" lu'ii :rt o o:n;'iisdering; the best steps to ikle niii daling with the typhoid q?ido.iu 1'e Myor and Cr.?Wasltai'ih ?©ie?ta...

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LEADER. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, FEB. 11, 1888. INTRODUCTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader — 11 February 1888

THE LEADER. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, FEB. 11, 1888. INTRODUCTORY. WITH this issue we make our .debut ri-fore the residents of the Town of Brighton and the Shires of Moor abbin, Mornington, Caulfield, and Oakleigh. We.. feel tnat in taking upon ourselves the task of running this paper, we are doing so with a laudable desire to assist in the progressive tarch--of--these- rising- and-iimportant Tui cipiliti: hOui . O col iimiill be de oted chiefly t thiie frailiil chrodiicing of local events, also recording the regular meetings of the councils and police courts, and other items of local arid general importance, and while, of course, devoting our space cheifly to the detail of events in.our own immediate neigh borhood, we shall not neglect the pass ing events in the great world without. O"'The rustic murmur of our burn." We lhall also he always ready to ven tilate individual opinions on current topics. in our correspondence columns, but will of course he in no way tram melled or influe...

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader, The
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THE YELLOW AGONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader — 11 February 1888

THE YELLOW AGONY. t A largely attended meeting of the residents of the Town of Brighton was held last Monday evening in the large room of the Brighton Town Hall, the Hon Thomas Bent, 31I.A., Mayor of the town occupying the chair. On the platform were Messrs H. Sparkes, J. Allan, J. Graham, T. Nuttall, J. '.Edwards, and Cr. Francis, whilst in the body of the hall were seated a number of influential ratepayers with a fair sprinkling of the softer sex. lMr. Bent, stated that he had called the meeting in compliance' with a requisition signed by upwards of 40 in fluential ratepayers, who had waited upon him, the object being to discuss the Chinese Question, and the steps to be taken: to. prevent a large influx of Chinese.iiito this.colony. He would ask the ladies and gentlemen present. to give a patient hearing to the speak. aersn and the resolutions they brought forward He ipoligised for the. absence ofthe.town clerlk dMr: E? L'ucsI wo1 lie informed the nieetingias to ill ''to attend : ...

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Essayist. Take Care of the Hair. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader — 11 February 1888

ffake Care of the Hair. No careful observer fails to notice, as he looks over assemblies of men past thirty years of age, that a very large proportion are bald, or in a stage of partial baldness, which indicates the speedy loss of the hirsute appendage. The percentage of men of all ages who show signs of baldness has been put at thirty per cent. and by some observations as high as even forty per cent. From care ful observations in churches, theatres, lecture rooms, and political assemblies, we are satis fled that these estimates are too high, and that twenty tree or twenty-four per cent. is a more exact estimate. This exhibit is alarming, as it indicates that the time is near when we shall be a nation of bald heads, and that alopecia as a disease will afflict the youth in our schools, as though heredity, physical deformities and illness are multiplied and extended to an enormous extent. What is the cause of this early loss of hair? It is not due to the hats or caps we wear, not to b...

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Life in India. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader — 11 February 1888

Life ii? Iediea. A writer on Tndiastates that iiwinterthe climate is pleasalnt-something like ii toler. ably'hot English summer. But in summer the one object in life is to keep cool., The best means of effecting this is with the punkah, a short certain hung on rods fixed through the wall. A man sitting outside pullsa string attached to these rods, and thus keeps a breeze day and night. Travel ling is ganerally done at night. Everybody gets up early and does his work before the heat becomes too great. Servants areso cheap that most families have half a dozen of them. Earthquakes are not uncommon. Night is constantly made hideous by'the howling of jackals. An Indian lady does not make much: more fuss on discovering a snake in her room .than a European woman does when she sees a mouse.' The government reward for every snake killed has induced some of the natives to start snake breeding establishments as - a good source of income. Wild animals to-day rarely approach inhabited places in ...

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Persian Sherbert. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader — 11 February 1888

Persiate Sherbert. The beverage in Persia is sherbert, which is plentifully supplied, and of which there are many varieties-from the bowl of, water with a squeeze of lemon to the clear concen trated juice of any sort of fruit to which water is added to dilute it. Preparing sherbert, which is done with the greatest care, is a very important point in so thirsty a country as Persia, and one upon which much time is devoted. It may be either expressed from the juice of fruit freshly gathered or from the preserved extract of pomegranates, cherries, or lemons, mixed with sugar, and submitted to a certain degree of heat to preserve it for winter consumption. Another sherbert is much drank, which I must not omit to mention, called grt:an?Tn'en, made from the honey of the tamarisk tree. This honey is not the work of the bees, but the produce of a small insect or worm living in vast numbers under the leaves of the shrub. During the months of Augutst and September the insect is collected and th...

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader, The
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Ladies' Column. Marriage Among the Turkomans. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader — 11 February 1888

Labfte' tolumnn, llarlia1ye 4mnong the Tutrsl omants. The Turkoman women do avast amount of work; they fabricate carpets, screens for doors, work.bags, horse.clothing, blankets, and, when a young woman is engaged, it is thought to be the right thing for her to work all the tent domestic carpets and other household requisites before she is married. When, however, she does marry without hav ing completed this task, it is expected from her that as soon as practicable, by her own labor, she will refund in cash or kind to her husband the dowry paid to her parents on marriage. Such dowry generally consists of one hundred sheep and a certain sums- of money, which the bridegroom either pays down in a lump sum to the parents of the bride or by stipulated instalments. Before a wedding it is customary for the bride. groom, after having arranged for the dowry to be paid to the parents of the bride, to col lect his friends for a succession of horse races and other sports, as also to secure and d...

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader, The
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BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY FEB 10TH. Before :—Messrs Bent, Jamieson, Allen, Moss and Walshe, JsP. INEBRIATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader — 11 February 1888

IBRIGHTON POLICE COURT. -, 'FRIDAY FEB 1TrH.,.1 - B3efore :?-~ss-rs Beat.. Juluieson, Allen, 'ito lid itW WValahe JTP Ills Griilublhy, 'J. Sith a M O'r arirell,'tre r; wingl' drdilk anld dis .rdlev w .re tined 10o . ic l The iatter Wtai s'l :lll'chrged 'witi:. n :i..klign 1iIu'.e of, disgtir ?.laungiage'Lii '.j:hpublic pl ce.: Thie ,ll?fin:Uwas .fillly piroved :y bC.,y " tianle HIlaid aird definlait ?wh plei?? .t' 1l( ilhy last i hr., £5 it lef '. ime initlI ilu prllillu e l .t? IlLE ANII OISORIiELY PI SON.' v 0.-or . Parker,:: ?ti o prese t d. ai. de bailod Ik "iut all !lrearaIce BiLts thirieid Iy Constable pH .l.,Id with ,leii? on the jIre-LtidS *;f "Ir C Laster ,-Bay street wvithoit iitny lawfll "el?ls:l (ue, no L'ilaLday l ast. 'Tie, coialrtble stated, that, he' saww tihii ceirnid lilllll l ? llf he ,gate O Mr 'L'ate.?-a hluualt *, lhSr- il edaiil antd! hriLiteli Std llhiin "lie said h hadic goeit ;il Io let a" irinik of: ?rL er.I 'l? a v In :L' bl.ii ly slid fillhy'i "tietat th...

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An Eastern Lady. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader — 11 February 1888

.A& Erastersne Lady. The Khedive's wife is described by a lady who was admitted to her presence,as still young, at most 26 yeaes old, dnd 'hbs an ex tremely charming face. Her whole appear ance would be bewitching were she -not an Oriental, and, therefore young as she is, al ready too stout to be perfectly beautiful ac cording to European notions. She has large, dark eyes, with long, heavye:yelashes, a daz zling complexion-to, which' art has contri buted nothing-and the loveliest little mouth and teeth. 1Her neck and arihs, as well as her small fat hands, glittered with diamonds, and her dark, fashionably arranged hair was encircled with wreaths of precious stones, and yet, somehow,' her toilet seemed not overladen. On the left side of her white surah dress, whose long trail was completely covered with rich lace, she wore a broche of fresh orange leaves and white roses, and be low it a miniature of the Khedive set in dia monds ; on a little table lay her golden taba tiere wi...

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MALVERN POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader — 11 February 1888

SMALVERN POLICE COURT. S STURiDAY, FiiRUARY v4II. BktoLion Mlessis Jon es :Miramis; 'Hin *iter, Lewit iind Dr Eccies Js? `"P Robert Parsons was ar at t instance of thei Society for the i Po tection iiofaniiials with cruelty toia horse: ,r . Constable` ¶hompson stated 'tliat' on the' 25th iult heexamined a'horse bemna diven-aib. the ,accisd aud found' it suffermig .from `a- large raw soe'odii b' o?i shoulde' andi dtw sialler ones 6irtthe other The animalwasn very weak and totally unfit fos aroik This evide ncwas icorroborated by T'.: Itham iieretitiy of the pre viously inientioieid society. The B-'einchi: inflicted a fine of one guinea, with two guineas costs, or in default of payment 14 days' imprison ment. INSULTING BEIIAVIOUR. Donald ' McKay- .was proceeded-' against by Constable, Wilsoncroft for making: use of. insulting words with intent to pprovoke a breach o - the peace. Complainant deposed that on the afternoon of the. 20th January, a lad named Johnson appeared at the local p...

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CAULFIELD POLICE COURT. MONDAY FEBRUARY 6TH. BEFORE Messrs Holland, and Watts, J's.P. INSULTING BEHAVIOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader — 11 February 1888

CAULFIELD POLICE COURT. MONDAY FEBRUARY 6TH. BEFORE Messrs Holland, and Watts, J's.P.   INSULTING BEHAVIOUR.   Jas. Tierney a cabman was charged by Const Loorhamwith insulting behaviour on Sun Jan 15th.,   The evidence of the constable cor   oborated by the barman of the Elsternwick Hotel was that defend- ant drove along the St Kilda, road ta (sic) a very rapid pace. com out i at e ai atteinpted to:ul uhe frhan tle trip aaionst atreei ard'land .then ! :mped ot efuste cab ind a-uock in? violently at the dooi deiuitndel to .refusedto serve him hen her bec"ame come outside aindt sattempted tonbrek in the' doior When` 'is]ec .hat. his theidriiuor ofIthe iib by ;g iing he icuis up to a, compi?n-on on;the boe.`. bset ::i e ealso t eoloup: two bottles of:f iehat ,appealed to be iinmL-erDccx "e ond using an oith . nSiid -I dudI'it vant atmhqur Ih',::i, 'e plentyhere .Fined £1 with ssd?d c.osts. Ellen Stott i girl of I years of age dfmuhter...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader — 11 February 1888

R ide ilts of Brightonll ald the Sullrroulldinlg Districts Are reminded that `a BRANCH of the Popular Is NOW OPEN iin BAY STREET, NORTH BRIGHTON, Where they can PROCURE EVERYTHING Required from a "Needle to an Anchor." Groceies, Wines and Spirits, first-class quality only kept. Customers called on for Orders. Price lists on application T who lo the Goods e in rst-css conditio, hvi eurcha ed ihin the last six months. . .. . , . . : '" -RTh OF SToO K lf . you b .at ona er tfuelly into t ey. :It w ill be , ,; y-'"our wh ...; v -s - :, o : i,.not e : idi: i .: .: Millinery Department. .Untrimmied bonnets, fashionable shapes, in ial colors, frozm id each; usanl selling price, 416.I !Untrimmed hats, in great variety, all the leading shapes, will be cleared at Gd, 1/-, and 1/6; usual 2/G,,316, j 66. .A large assortment or sailor hats, in car dinal, white and other colors; realising price, I/- each. !French flowers, from 3d each to 2/6; usual price, from 3/6 upwards. *Ostrich tips, aigrette...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader — 11 February 1888

Special Advertisement.' U., DAVIDSON, Boot and Shoe Warehouse, Co mcimizercial Roasds ° SSo utl Yarr a, Supplies a first-clnss article at a very moderate price. The large 'increase in his business. is the! best proof that he gives , satisfaction. One trial will prove this, B ARKLY & PARLIAMENT. STREETS I3RIIGHTON. WM. CLARK, i. ; CONTRACTOR ': ; For Asphalting Lawn Tennis Courts, Garden Paths, Verandahs, Yards, Workshops, &c., &c. &e. FENCING, CARTAGE, & PLOUGHING. SW 'l ON SALE:- Metals, Rubble, Screenings, Bricks, ie. J. W. ALBTTRY Family Grocer, Tea Dealer and General Merchant, ST. ANDREW STREET, BRIGHTON. Families waited on for Orders. J. R. BAVINTON, B OOTMAKER, POINT NEPEAN ROAD, * North Brighton. MESSRS. W. H. HUNT AND SON, HOUSE.DECORATORS, BAY STREET, " ';Brightena, Beg to' draw the attention of " their numerous friends and patrons to the NEW SANITARY WALL' .PAPERS. These Papers are being very largely used ini England, and have receiv...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader — 11 February 1888

S..... Nervito. Relieves Toothace instantly, and prevent s' its recarrence by forming a. Substantial Stopping. It is far superior to any other prpara i??o for Toothache.' ' S. M e . Sole Makers: S..J. H..NIEM.?- ? .Co.,- : .. CHEMISTS AND DENTIBTS. Church Street, Middle' Brighton.: x.n.,-Artificial Teeth and all other Dental werk performed at all hours.: FURNITURE ! 'FURNITURE! N:O '"? 'S'-E'C' 1-5- - " . . .. ,' = COMPLETELY FURNISHED - %15-FROM--15 TIME PAYMENTS TAKEN, ,Largest and Best Stock outside Bedding Re-made, Furniture Re-upholstered & Repaired, At Moderate Prices. JENKINS & WILLIAMS 57 CHAPEL STREET, PRAHRAN./rt .: ,T;11ý:lr l rye Ors :.-,T E. S FA?ITLY BUTCHER (Established 1864.) CORNER OF BROADWOOD & DRUM M IOND STREETS, OAKLEIGO . Small Goods of every 'description fresh daily. Primne' C,rned Beef. Pickled Pork, Ox , • Tongues, etc. Families waited on . for orders andl sulpplied with Afea, of, Best Quality ,In Most Reasonable terms COANE AND GRAN...

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ELSTERNWICK IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8TH Present :—Messrs Reid (chairman) Kirkham, Ure, Sincocks senr., Coppin Wise, Pinnock, Weymes and Bachelor. CORRESPONDENCE [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader — 11 February 1888

ELSTERNWICK IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE. -o W~EDNESDAY, FEBRUARY STH Present : ; - Messrs Reid (chairman) Kirkham, Ure, 'incocks senr., Coppin Wise, Pinnock, %Veymes and Bachelor. CORRLESPONDENCE From ithe Water Supply Department stating with reference to an application from the committee for an increased suoply of water. as also for larger main in the Gordon Vale estate, owing to the great pressure on the department they could hold out no hopes of improving the supply for many months to come.-Re ceived. From the Borough of St. Kilda asking the committee to lend their valuable aid in the matter of the removal of the Ahattoirs and the filling up of the El wood Swamp.-Received From same enclosing an abstract of the expenditure in the Elsternwick portion of the Borongh of St. Kilda.-Received and handed over to the members of com mittee for St Kilda division. From the Education Department stat ing that plais, etc., were in coure of preparation for the new school buhnilding and tenders would h...

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MUNICIPAL SEVERANCE THE PROPOSED BOROUGH OF ELSTERNWICK. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader — 11 February 1888

M-UNICIFAL SEVERANCE; Tie PtroP1OSEt BOsOunuC OF EL TEtr A. autimerously a tenled mtteeting -if the holutihildlei? f Elstririwick'livitg withijtt the lBri'hlt, :. St., Kilda,antd Caulfield. I,,didaries waits' hId Ias' Wed;aes'lay lveiiltg' it :tr:e teasnpi;rary itatR'i shitii buildingtt Sr. Olelutilti church. reseiv,, to taike i.lt cnisiderýtion :the 'propriety of severatice frit 'the Town 'ir Brightoi, ' the Borough of?it, Kilda.tad the Shire Lof Cault6ie l and creater a eparate ttilnt ciality.tt IMrs F. T- Sar_,od, M.L.C., ccupied. thde chair, and the Mayors of 'Brihto.i ..id St: Kilda ?id :a ,tiinmer of col?cillors holding,?i.eeats inu the. three, municilpalities tamed 'were also 'presern '.Thechiiiniani'who "dni asstimin?' htis 'positiln at the; table was vociferously, cheerued stated that -whei'r waited iipot and asked ti preside at- th id eeting, he. agreed to,. do "so ono ,the -,titin s under standing' that his pressnce would iot be taken its a proif' that' he thoroughly sup ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader — 11 February 1888

oo and applaud, in such an age I wish : my word,.though it be a feeble one, iin solemn protest against this moral chaos, and to allirm, in the name of God of heaven, that there is, though man ignore it, holy ground. Wealth and all that it implies cannot be an ellicient substitute for those higher ten dencies which expand the mind while sub duing the passions, which teach the inferior ity of pursuits and de5lires' boiunded by the narrow space of physical existence, which lend to the doctrine of human brotherhood a meaning and .a force it cannot derive from mere phildosophy, and which afford' a' com-' nensation for the trialstof :circumstanice and condition in giving to those who follow them a contentuient' independent of fortune and a hope beyond the reach of human vicissi tude. A Child's training most be begun with out delay, while it is yet an infant in arms. As soon as it knows that crIYing Will not :oniquer, that persistence in naughtiness will not be encouraged by a well-minded ...

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Science. Natural Science. Its Progress During the Last Half Century. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader — 11 February 1888

Science Natural Science' Its Progress During the Last Half Century. The present may be regarded as an oppor tune period to glance retrospectively at a few of the many discoveries and new develop ments which have been effected in some branches of natural science during the past fifty years. But at the very outset we find ourselves overwhelmed with such a numerous array of important advances that our-review will be necessarily imperfect and must quite fail in some essential particulars to do the subject justice. Modern methods combine rapidly with accuracy and fresh devices for aiding research are frequently superseding the ineffective means of former days. The progress of astronomy has been astonishingly rapid, so that its position now is vastly improved and it is evidently becoming more popular every day. This may be chiefly attributed to the extension of astronomical literature and to the infusion of science into the educational system. More over telescopes have been greatly improv...

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Pay in Advance. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader — 11 February 1888

ray ei rvadca c. BrY-A. \A'sias.5 The whole o' mankind:free the earliest date; lHa'e been barkingand . it in?'gainst fortune To the mareist o' ourwo we mann bow:and Sendure them, ,: As naebsdyzk.ns ?hlow to' banish ,or' bhre them. 'm'A But theres ae care, I trotw, that I'm freer to e wdislosele . ' : . - ' /) . i: se Altould gng a great way to unburden our S-The cure man, is? laiinit isseen ata gI ance,ý V Jusrt keepoo' to debt,man, and pay in ad. vance; - ':l .; ,:a :. ! , If e'ra courtinga lass it's thebest.way.O ,a' nore e get married to livl d ron the laWo, Ane telller offhand, witlhtii anypretense'' To take' icre h'bov'sls , handles te:'shillings and pence: e Although at your wordsish mnyi fume and m itay fret -i Restrain her and cbargeThernto'keep outl oil If she'll no be advised let her e'en gan?l to IcFrance,)' S d Ieler miarry a maid .whit'l' no',pay ,in ad vancem *tJbl-sloth lioh dst in5; finur Yet, should she' consent r' :tyoaUri plans to. Ye'll just bens happy as happy c...

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MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL TUESDAY, FEBRUARY, 7TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader — 11 February 1888

EIU, i,?uesent,: Cra ' Clarke (presiden) Bellson.L'Edasill'l Heywood, iMercer; McKinley, Martin RobiHison,, and I W oodmiason.i MNa urrs. T.ic minutes of last meeting were ireid and confirmed, and :the secre-. tary's. outward correspondence ap prove 1 of. C'oiiSi',nt?,)E i?N C LS~vAus. iFrin -the' Caul field Shire Council,: agreeing to ,contribute towards the iniprovemeiits, etc.. of D)aiidenon" rboad. Received: ' 'FTrain' the Victortu Ia Railway' i)e partimient. :ackikowledging . the receipt of a letter on the subject of increased travelling accommiodation. .Seveial •coiidbilloit suggested that't further action'be taken in the: matter, but eveuitnally it was. thouglht better to hold over the question until et Fri- R.I: Hlarper, Toorak, road directing attention to the condition of -that road ,-nd reqiiesting immediate actionilhbe ,taken to plice it 'i thorough repair:'2-The writer to::he infornied that the work would be, done.under the new loan. Froin Messrs I)Davies ain~ Cainpbell;...

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