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CAULFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, MARCH 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 10 March 1888
CAULFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL THUIRSDAY, AII.CH 8. Pres~nt:-Ors Holland (president), Lookeir. Lng, Grimwade, Cotton, Griffin, and Lane. . SECI AL MEETINO. Cr.-:- CottOn moved, and Cr. Long seconded, ; which was carried, that this Council confirms the action of the Council in passing a motion at the previous meet ing to borrow the sum of £25000 for purposes therein specified,-Cr. Griffin voted against the motion. ORDINARY IEETING. (CrP; Lanadon and Hartle here entered the council chamher.) The minutes of last meeting and also of a"special meeting were read and confirmed, and the secretaiy'soictwaid correspondence approved of. -- -. CORESPONDENCE WIWARDS..- - Prom Cr. Langdon reigning himposition as a member of the WoVrks and Finance Committee in consequence of the pressu e ulpoin-his-t time of business ' matt~ rs Received, and Cr. Selby appoin'ed in his stead. From. Mrs. Newing,. wife of, the .late president, acknowledging the .Cou'ncil's letter of condolence on the death of her husband.-R...
MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, MARCH 6. Present:—Crs. Clark (President), Edsall Martin. McKinley, Mercer, Heywood, Woodmason, and Robinson. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 10 March 1888
- -MALVERNi HIkRE;COUNCIL- TUnEDAY,' MARCH 6. Present: - Crs. Clark (President), Edsall Martin. McKinley, Mercer, Heywood, Woodmason, and Robinson. CORRESPONDENCE. From T. DL Donaldson and Co., Proprietors of the " M?lvern and Arms dale Express " stating that they had gone to some considerable expense in starting a newspaper circulating in the district, and had met with strong support, they therefore solicited a share of the Council's adverstii g and printing.--Complied with unainimtourly. From the Post and Telegraph Depart ment acknowledging the receipt of a com munication with reference to a portion of • the district surrounding Malvern being -debarred fr.in a postal delivery, and in reply th-.etri they desired to say that this smatter would receive due consideration. .. Front C. F.. Husband, Secretary of the Frdnkstoii"Brick Comiipany directing the Council's attention to the high rates .charged by the Railway Department for the conveyance of bricks.. The company considered that i...
YACHTING. BRIGHTON YACHT CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 17 March 1888
YACHTING. BRIGHTON YACHT CLUB. THEn race for Mr. Halinbouig's' trophy was sailed last Saturday, and resulted in a dead heat between the Galatea.of the Brighton Yacht Club and the Genesta of the St. Kilda Yacht-Club,. the Camilla being. second and t'B Flying Cloud next. The heat will be sailed off on the St. Kilda course this afternoonwherethe yachts of the Brighton and St. Kilda Clubs will competefor the St. Kilda Commo dore's Trophy. On Saturday the 24th March the -yachts of. the club will compete -for the Secretary's Trophy, a second prize of £2 2s being awarded bj the club.
BOWLING. OLD COLONISTS' TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 17 March 1888
BOWLING. OLD COLONISTB' TROPHY. As old colonists' trophy, valued £10 10s. has been presented by Mr. Mark Mfoss for competition by a rink from each club in the Victorian Bowling Association, metropolitan district. All players are to be colonists of 25 years' standing, natives of that age in cluded. The game is to be of 2 hours' duration, and the first round is to be played on Monday, 19th inst., play to begin at 4 sharp. The first draw is as under : -Auburn v. Brighton, Port Melbourne v. South Melbourne, Kew v. Richmond Union, Hawthorn v. -Williamsto vn, Victoria v. West Brighton, on Richmond green; Rich mond v. Melbourne, Carlton v. Albert Park, North Fitzroy v. Fitzroy, St.'? Kilda v. W'est Melbourne, on 'Victoria green. When the prize is won by a club' all old colonists who are members of such club are entitled to play off for it.
BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, MARCH 16. Before:—Messrs Bent, and Webster J'sP. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 17 March 1888
BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, MARCH 16. Before :-Messrs Bent, and Webster J'sP. INEBRIATE. Geo. Hays for being drunk and disorderly near the North 3righton Railway station was fined 5s. STRAY COWS. WV. Grant forallowing a cow to wander-on the street was fined is. with 2s 6d costs. and Mr McEwan for a similar offence had the case against him postponed, the bench being unable to agree. MONETARY, Verdicts with costs were awarded W. J. Vance & Co. v, W. V. Green, and Hayball Bros; v. Edney for goods sold and delivered, FOOTPATH TRESPASSER. Jas. Mack for riding on the footpath in the Point Nepean Road was fined 30s, in default distress.
GENERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 17 March 1888
GENERAL ITEMS. Ji;:Typhoid fever still retains its hold i?pon the community. r Blightuis causing extensive ravages among the nmaize crops in the Clar. enre River district. i The teiinm o English footba?llers sailed on thli'e.Sth inst; by the steam ship Kaikoura for?Nei Zealand.';, Terrific gales ,have been ex perienced throurghout England,i and miany wrecks 'and-shipping ?disasters aic reported: Another?coal, iscoveryinear Adel tidefls reporter andlan apaplpication has been miade to tlie .Government f6or MIr C. B: Molloy, I:P. forthe'BrBirr division of King's County urges that the Irisli' Ntioni :League' should =dis. tributo tracts ,on-,i'ishl iaffirsin .the bolonies. ; The iron ship Cit-:of Corinth,1220 tolsk registered tonnage, .: built at Gl:isgow. in Is 170, .collided vith the barque Tasinminii the Erglish Chain uel; and sank ofi Dan oness :, A. A Fiench chemist, IM. Vielle, has invented ai ne A:ind? of ,guinpowder specially designed for use in magazine rifles. fIt inmakes very ...
CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 17 March 1888
CHURCH 8SERVICES;?FO-MORROW.. Elsternwick- Ile JThay1 1and 7 Caulfield, Rev~ . 'I . [auirtnev' 11 and 7 1st'nivick' le .1se Baillschea"l iie ,'lalvero;, Res :C: '..Godbliy; E1 and 7 ''.' ,4 ?.. OiaklCihi, h?eTf T HI Rust.' I ' -' : , Congregational, Brighton, morninig, Rev:. C. S. Y::Price ;,evening Rev. J. Richard..: ?Malvern, Rev.'C. Moon, 11 and 7. :>: Oakleigh, Rev J. F. Gannaway, 11 and 7. Wesleyan Methodist-Brighton; ??1 .alid 7, Rev. C Snugden, B.A. Elsternwick-11, Rev. W. L. Biniks; 7 Rev. S. Fronsides. Primitive Mtethodist-South Yarra, Rei. W. Abley, 11, 3 and 7. North Brighton, Rev J. Beck 11, .and Rev. H. Richardson 7. South Brighton, Rev. H. Richardson, 11, Rev. J. Beck, 7. East Brighton-Rev. J, Beck 3 R Edwards 7. Baptist Church--Brighton,Rev. S. Howard. 11 and 7. Christian Chapel-Brighton, 11 and 7. Cheltenham, Mr. Ooodacre, 7. Union Church-Oaulfield, Rev. J. Gregson 11 and 7. Union Chapel-South Brighton, after noon, Rev. H. Richardson; evening Mr. Sim monda.
NERVOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 17 March 1888
NERVOUS. 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 iuforma tion regarding self-treatment,by applying by letter to Box 1081, G.P.O., Sydney. WORKING MEN.-B?efore you begin yowl heavy spring work after a winter of relax a tion, your system needs cleansing and strengthening to prevent an attack of Ague, Billions or Sp ing Fever, or some other Spring sickness that will unfit you for a season's work. You will save time, much sickness and great expense if you will use one bottle of Dr. Sonle's American Hop Bitters in your family this month. Don't wait. " Burlington Hawkeye.'
ABSTRACT OF AUCTION SALES. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 17 March 1888
';ABSTRACT OF AUCTION SALES. T I.IS DAY. M?essrs Munro and Baillen, mansion and ; 'illa.'sites, Glen Huntly and Kooyon Es itate: ne'ar the Elsternwick railway "st . tion:. Mr R. TiHair, th týy-o rind bnsi ness and villa sites within ?:isy distanice of: either l 'the Malvern :or' '4rmsdale?, sta on.:: ?. NEXT TU IESDAY :Messrs M unro and .BaHllie at tceir rooms av'tsl'5aleblof ?e'of l'dedid'car ;Shiei t tosn roaCldlstatieon ?i' rl 9':' ..?t`:-. : Cheltenham railwa~y station:''' s
THE LEADER. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1888. THE HEALTH COMMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 17 March 1888
THE LEADER. - JUTIO TO ALL SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1888. THE HEALTH COMMISSION. 'ONh of'the many good things arising out of the existence of the Elsternwick Improvement .Committee, and for w'hich. themenibers comprising that body richly deserve the thanks of the whole cemmunity, is that the govern mient: have 'issued` a proclamatioi appointihg the members' of the :pro posed Health Commission, and defining thei~ii"s e'ofiib iriduities. Thegentle men selected to act are Professor H. B. Allen; Professor: D. '0~Iassn TIi R. Reid, Mi.L.A.; Mr A P. Akehurt, Mr J. Canmpbell;?.Mr C. Hodgkinson. ard Dr. W,'ii' rea. The members of. the; commission:. are :instructed to: inq?ire into and report iupon the sani trary condsition ofL. Melbourne and its suburbs, to ascertain to whvat : tent the existence` of noxious trades and ablkttoirs inji6riously affect the public heiilth, whether?:,it ?is necessary or desirable to remiiov these trades' and abbat'oirs` from their preseht sites, and, if so, to,ssigge...
ELSTERNWICK IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 17 March 1888
ELSTERNWICK IMPROVEMENT COM MITT E WEDNESDAY, MAROH 14. Present:-Messrs Reid (Chairman), Ure. Kirkham, Coppin, Sincocks senr. Sincock junr., Wise. WVeymess, Coghlan, and Pinnock. CORRESIPONDFNCE. The correspondence consisted of three letters, the first from the Brighton Town Council re Elster drain which they informed the committeewas being attended to. The second from the Itailway Commissioners stating that the matter of the siding at Elsternwick station was being attended to. The Secretary was instructed to convey the thanks of the committee to the Commis sioners' for' their prompt action, and later on in the evening M-r Coppin having stated that the petition to the commissioners asking for a gate for the convenience of the residents in Garden Vale Estate was signed by about 150 persons, the Secretary was re quested to forward the same, and also to urge the commissioners to accede to the request. The third communication was from the Education Department stating that plans &...
LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 17 March 1888
LOCAL ITEMS. Since the completion of thehigh-pressure water main laid in- December the extension of the Yan Yeann reticulations has been car ried on vigorously by the workmen of the Melbourne water supply branch. Ten miles of pipes have been recently laid in Haw thorn.; The staff is now divided into three parties. one of which is engaged in putting down 91 miles of pipes in Malvern, the second in laying 6 miles in Prahrau, and the third in Brighton, where. 74 miles of streets have to be reticulated.: These works will take two months to complete, and at the end of that period, the requirements of other suburbs will be met. To distribute the water from the high-pressure main effec tively into these reticulations a large quan tity of 12 inch'and 9 inch pipes were con tracted for by the Langlauds' Foundry Company. Delivery is promised during April, when it is intended to lay a 12 inch main in Burwood road to augment the pre sent supply to the Camberwell district. Other lines of similar ...
A GOOD HOUSEWIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 17 March 1888
A GOOD HOUSEWISIE.-The good house wife, when she is giving her house its spring renovating, should bear in mind that the dear inmates of her house are more precious than many houses, and that their systems need cleansing by purifying the blood, regulating the stomach and bowels to prevent and cure the diseases arising from spring malaria and miasma, and she must know that there is nothing that will do it so perfectly and sorely as Dr. Soule's American Hop Bitters, the purest and best of medicines. "Concord N. H. Patriot."
SALES OF PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 17 March 1888
8ALES OF PROPERTY. Messrs E. T. Dixon and Son report having held a sale of, the Carnarvon park estate, Malvern? when a large numler; of lots were disposed of for prices ranging: from £4 us to £13. per foot; total sale, £6,879 12s:. Thes balance of the estate o?dt realising Lhe ven dr's reserve,' was? iithtdrawn for lrivate Messrs Jbhn Vale'andLSon-report having held asaleof-allotmin?n? ati ilie' Oakleigh' hill'estate, at Oakleigh. All. the lots (6I) submitted were sold at thefollowing pricecs -Ferntree Golly road,15s; IGs, 17s; 21s, 23s, Gd,,25s, and 29s per foot: Dandenong; road, 15s, Is G6d t17s .6d,'19s,5. 20s 21e022s, 2Gs; 27s, 209s, Per foot: Cheel street, 14s.' I s; '1Gs, 17s, O20s nid 22s; Ilowden ;street; lis, per foot; total'amount of sales, £2,599 11s Sd. ' ? ?Minio~ and Baillhie.report thefollowing 'sales on Saturdiy 'afternoon :-- Piinc'e Hi'll Reserve Extension, Northcote, allotments; total sale, £4419 4s. In conjunctiodn vith W. P. Lockhart and Co., allotments in the I...
CHURCH OF ENGLAND, MENTONE [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 17 March 1888
CHiUiRCH OF ENGLAND, MENTONE A grand sale of gifts and cP.k fair in aid" of the building fund of the above chiurch: was opned ?ijj iin theiMentine Atherimendsii yesterday vferiori by"HliysMr M. H. Davies in' th- presence of a large concourse of people from all parts of the sirrouniding district; The hall presented a gay and festive appearance and the stalls with their display of fancy goods of almost every conceivable description told that the deft fingers of the lalies had been busy for many weeks previous in order to have got up such an attractive and almost bewildering array. Besides the display of fancy and ornamental goods there was a stall for the sale of poultry and other live stock, a fruit and refresh. ment stall and the usual side shows etc. Dunring the evening several well-known lady and gentlemen amateurs took part in a promenade concert to the gratifica tion and delight of the visitors, thus forming an agreeable change in the routine of business and money making. The af...
BRIGHTON WESLEYAN SUNDAY SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 17 March 1888
BaIGHTON WESLEYAN SUNDAY SCHOOL. ,Successful anniversary services were held last Sabbath in connection with the above School. whenl in addition to the ..rdinary hymnal service, the, scholars sang choice and appropriate selections of stcred music, in such a manner as n .t only to gratify and satisfy the audiences, but also t-, show that great pains had been taken with them by their instruc tors. The Rev. E. H. cuedeu, ?.A., preached three sermons and we only do bare justice to that gentleman in saying that they were not only apropos of the occasion, but also fraught wit' a depth of thought as well as able reasoning power, the rev. gentlemanm being listened to with breathless attention by the audiences. The usual tea and public meeting were held on the Monday follow ing, the first named being well attended, the provisions choice, and the lady at tendants diligent in their attention out vieing one another in their promptitude in dispensing the creature comforts with which each table wa...
EAST BRIGHTON WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 17 March 1888
"EAST BRIGHTON WESLEYAN CHURCIr.c Three sermons in celebration of the an niversary of the abov, place of worship, were preached on Sunday last, the pulpit *being occupied on each oceaiodi by the Rev. C. Lancaster. a popular preacher of the Wesleyan denomination. The rev. gentleman's discourses were ably d-livered: appropriate to the event and well received by the audiences, of which especially in the afternoon and evening there was a good crush. On Thursday, in further celebration of the anniversary a tea was provided by the ladies, at which a very large number of the good folk of East Brighton and elsewhere partook. the viands being not only first-class but abundant, and the lady waitresses very attentive to their visitors. The tables being cleared, a public meeting was held at which. able, eloquent, and telling ad dresses were given by several leading ministers and others, H. Gray Esq., oc cupying the .chair. A substantial sum was the result of these servic-s, the pro ceeds being ...
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH BLACK STREET. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 17 March 1888
CONGREOATIOENAT, -S"URCH .BLACK The church choir of the above assisted by Mrs Mortimer and other 'Well-known lady and gentlemen ameteurrirenidered the Sacred Cantata " Judah's Captivity" last Tuesday, evening in the church. to a full and appreciative congregation. The pastor of'the church the Rev. J.:Richard occupied the.. chair, G. F. Bradley Esq.. had the odnerous post of reader and Mr .W. B. Haughtoni presided in his usially able manner..as organist. The proceeds which were somewhat substantial a.e to be devoted towards the organ fund.
BAY STREET BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 17 March 1888
BAY STREET BA?I"ST SUNDAY SCHOOL. The pastor of the church the Rev. How ard preached the morning anniversary sermon of the above school on Lord's day March 11th, in their handsome and com modious Church, Bay street, Brighton. The rev. gentleman's discourse was ap propriate, and his illustrations of Divine truth forcible and delineative. In the afternoon and evening the Rev. H. Coombs of Williamstown, dispensed the Gospel, many of his old hearers, as well as a large number of the parents and friends of the scholars were pleased to see and hear him once again During the afternoon service the annual distri bution of prizes took place, when each child received his or her reward of merit for punctual attendance, reciting lessons, and good behaviour, etc. The reward books were of a choice description, and sh owed that great pains had been taken by the teachers who purchased the books, in order to command appropriateness as well as satisfaction to the recipients. The children gratified the...