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CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 4 August 1888

CHURCH. SERVICES TO-MORROW. Presbyterian.-Brighton. Rev. DI. Gordon, 11 and7 ..:.. . Elsternwick.-Rev; J. Hay, 11 and 7 Oheltenham 3, Mentono 11, and 7, Rev. R. M. Fergus, M.A. Caulfield, Rev. H. B. Macartncy, 11 and 7 Armadale, Rev. F. Webb.' Elsternwick, lRev. P. Bailhache. Malvern, Rev..C. J. Godby, 11 and 7. Oaklcigh, Rev. T. 11. Rust. Brighton Congregational.-Morning a.d evening. Rev. J. Rickard. Malvern, Rev;. O. Moon, 11 and 7. Oakleigh, Rev. J. F. Gannaway, 11 and 7. Wesleyan Mlethodist-Brighton, 11, lilev. J. C. Ingamclls, and 7 Rev. J. B. Smith,: Mill Street, Rev. W. A. Quick 11, Mr. Webor 7. East Brighton-M-r. Charles 11, Rev. J. C. Ingamells 7. . South Brighton, Rev. 'J. B. Smith 11, Mr. Charles 7. Cheltenham, Mr. Lelcvre 7. Mordialloo, Student 11. Primitive Methodist-South Yarra, Rev. B. Wibberlcy l anud 7. North Brighton, Rev. M. Clarke 11 and 7. South Brighton, Rev. C. Anthony 11, Mr. J. Clarke .6.80. East Brighton--Messrs. H.. Dunstan and F. Clapton 3 and Rev. C. Ant...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 4 August 1888

. - ! , 'LOCAL ITEMS. :.. A ma'n' of: very respectable appear. Iance :named ?-Robert 'Watterson, ap pearsd at the Ballarat Police Court last Monday, charged with abducting a .:girl,-under 16, years of. age;; named Margaret Pollett. He w1as.remanded to appeari on the,6th prox. at Caul ""field,'whiere it is alleged the offence was committed. A warrant for Water son's apprehension on the charge above stated had been issued at the instance o-f a -Mr;. "W. Nicholson. :Waterson states that' he broiught the girl up from infancy, and saw her at Caulfield some weeks--ago, and-that he has not seen her since. He surrendered him :self to the police' as soon' as he heard of the existence of the warrant. Some of.:the light-fingered gentry were; as is usually the case when crowds of sight-seers are about, on the alert for easing persons of their valu ables. A Mrs. Upton, a resident of North Brighton, had her purse stolen on the evening of the 31st ult., as she was about to enter the .Pi'incess The...

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THE LEADER. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1888. OUR MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 4 August 1888

THE LEADER. JUSTION TO ALL - S AL'URDY, AUGvgUSr, .4, 18?s: .:, OUR MUNICIPAL ELEOTIONS;.,: W} anro;.j) ust iil.thoi tlhickof the battle over oup uniuncipaelectionis, andithe friends of :each :oandidte are, :aind have been-for some-,time--past; using their utmost.endeavors to ensure the regrniiof their favirites It.has been wisely ordained -as we have beforo montioned -thatat at.the, conclusion of the annual election in every, year, one third part of the councilldrs? aasignodl to every munioipality shall go out of office as by rototion;-ýnh'd the council. lors who shall so.go outof office shall til;v'a3s/ be tli" ouncillor?s who have been thollongost timoein ofgce without re-election. This regulation,' dit s ,nt apply to the. Shire ,of ?,lorablin o, this l cpasion;i f;or~ero, as l our re', 1 ers are aware, a re-suib-dlision of lthe west ridiighais taken phlc, inud this necessittoiesttlie going oi?t of ollico of the wrhole, of ;the. councillors i fou the time irrespedtivo'.of ::tbii'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 4 August 1888

Auctions. .. - SATURDAY, 4th AUGUST. On the gronnd, at 3 o'clock. POST OFFICE EXTENSION ESTATE, SBURWOOD. Adjoining the Celebrated Post Office Estate, for which the public so keenly com-' peted at thoerecent sale by anctibn. Hence, from sheer good nature and a desire to meet: the wishes of the many who hive already made overtures to purchase, the Venders have decided to subdivide now instead of in the spring, and to sell the whole of the' Estate by public competition. The plan: shows 61 Unequalled Sites, for Residential and Business purposes, possessing frontages; to the well known thoroughfares, Burwood road, Boundary road, Scott road, and Grand Frontages, Cove road Noble Depths, and. Rights-of-way. F. L..FLINT.:: . ", (In conjunction with HAYNES, BOYDEN & WILSON 'Have been favored'with instructions todsell' by auction as above. The auctioneers earnestly enjoin the: .?publio, to view the estate,' as they feel it will speak for itself with infinitely more effect than any des...

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FRAGMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 4 August 1888

* PMikAGMENTS '. T? airr GNo . PitOViurio.- AhibtJhns sa d alovalK yoaug wife, 'is seems like 1temptinl' Providence for you to geoe your life in 4uredr;. almist s -it you were' preparing.f ~1 death, you know,' and she cried a little on ihe collar of bhienew cot. 'IDon't be foulish little one,' he remonstrated; ;'i I :bould ie called-suddenly you would have 10,000al. to esp' the wolf trom the door.' 'Ten thoueand. John?' ahu said, with a convultive sob; 'j1 cthought you were to get it insured for 0,?00dol I '-' New York Sun.' .' .IT waseat the resideuce of a wealthy It town mihrchant that tbh following was beted --One of the daughters, coming down irom nor apartmenta, wasumet at.the foot ol tfi "inair by'her admiring lover, who remarked, jn seeing her in.tull dress.:"' Why, Clazk what a duck you are 1' * Oh, Fraok, hon. absurd !' she replied, on hearindg the remar?. ' Don't you know the difference between me uad a duck ? ' Sure.enougbh, Clara. You ais ireased to kill, and a duck is, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 4 August 1888

S; pecial Advertisements. , BARKLY .& ,PARLIAMENT STREETS : :BRIGHTON. -M. CLARK, CO NTRACTOR For Asphalting Lawn Tennis Conits, Garden .,Paths, Verandahs, Yards, Workshops, .. ,... ............ &c., .&c. &c. UNRCING, CARTAGE,, & PLOUGHING. 5:.. ON SALE :-Metals, Rubble, ' Screenings, Bricks, &c. J. R. BAVINTON, BOOT1IMA KER, POINT NEPEAN ROAD, ;.Noirth Brighton. DUNLOP.. ": . . .EDWARDS Beg to intimate 4hat piorlto their annual . : STOCKTAKING they.:will offer, during the remainder of June'andthwhole'of Jnulij,-the balance' of their ........ WINTER, STOCK OF DRA P ERR Y AT 'IMIIMENSE REDUCIONS. Their new Goods for Spring and Summer are'=coming forward early, and as their Shoproom is limited, the present Stock - must ee cleared to make "space, therefore, greas bargains willbe offered. :,The public; are respectfully invited' to pay a visit of inspection. ' DUNLOP & EDWARDS, FAMILY DRAPERS AND IMPORTERS, Commercial-road, PRAHRAN....

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THE DOWAGER EMPRESS VICTORIA. ANECDOTES OF HER EARLY LIFE, AT WINDSOR AND BERLIN. (PALL MALL GAZETTE.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 4 August 1888

I TILE DOWAGsi EMPRESS VICroRIA, ANECDOTES Oh' IlER EARLY LIFE, AT WINDSOR AND BERLIN. (PALL MALL GAZETTE.I A correspondent tells the following anecr dtes of the early life of the Empress Vie toria, which were once told her by a lady of honour :-Qaeen Victoria, sufficiently sure of the solidity of her grandeur and that of her family, made it a point, in the bringing up of the latter, to encourage them to find healthy amusement in " homely " interests and occupations. One of their greatest: de lights was to get the Queen end Prince albert to come to their quarters to lunch, when everything composing the repast was of their own providing. The files gathering if the green peas of their garden was always wade a pretext for engaging their Royal parents to come to one of these repaels, ssray dish of. which' was always mad 'y the young • Princes and Prin. tesses, who were very proud of their success on these pleasant occasions. THE ROSE DU9Bl OF HER OWN PLANTING. The firsr letters from ' V...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 4 August 1888

IM RTANT ANNONCIOEMENT. CITIZENS' Life Assurance Oompany Limited. CAPITAL . . . . !900,000. OHItEF OFFIOEs - itol as Mehlbouriem N.S.W., Sdeeg Queeneland, B&Ibane. With numerous Agencles throughout the Colonie. Industrial Life Assurance. IN Introducing the system of "Industrial" Life Assur. A ance to all classes in the Colonies, the Dlredtors have adopted the leading features of the largest and L" most successful industrial life assurance office in the world, the Prudential Life Assurance Company, London. This company collects premiums by weekly Spaynects from over 7,000,000 policy.leoldecs, and pays ,aover £1,000,000 a year in clainms. Citizens of Victoria, residing In any part of the colony, have now an opportunity of availing themselves of the great hbens its of Life Assurance. Life Assurance Policies. The head of a family, by paying a weekly premium of 3Id., ad., or Is.. can now secure to his family the protection of a Life Policy. Endowment Policies. Endowment Policies ...

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ABOUT A WELL-KNOWN LONDON JOURNALIST. THE JOURNEY HE WILL MAKE. (SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 4 August 1888

..ABOUT _.A WELL.-KNOWN LONDON S. TOURNALIST.T THE JOURNE'"HE WILL MA&KI. (SAN FRANCISCO CCHRONIOLE), A reporter for the "Chronicle' visited , .:Henry Norman, the speoial commissioner of ? the 'Pall Mall Gazette,' in his rooms as the Palace hotel. The apartment, to qUotý Mr Norman's apology for its litter, looked not unlikeia genteel junk shop.' Guns, piseols, riding gear, photographic apparatus, port able typewriter, portmanteaus, and leather o cases, olothing to keep out the cold of ..,Manitoba and the. heat of Burmah, were all iii unholy confusion, Mr Norman lookseas little like a typical "'Johi : Bill as any man can. A dark " moustache 'closely trimmed to the outline of ' the upper lip, a 'pointed beard, black hair, . bloodless I ca, a sharply defined profileand the trained ,nervy' build of a light.wuight boxer-there is his portrait. If one jcan ' 'fancy a severely edited reprint of'Oarolos Duran's head he has Mr Norman's. I 'Is it a fact, Mr Norman,' asked the re porter...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 4 August 1888

Drapers and Grocers. ,r X EX LADIES,",the New' Goods are- jst Sopened for 'the ?coibing Seasoni Try and make it convenient to come and see them. I shalh be glad to seid you samples. The value this season beats all in the past. '' Dress Tweeds, Checks "and Plaini Diess an immense variety. Calicoes, Sheetings, Cambrics, White .obes. Embroidery, all widths. A fine Stock of Everything to choose rom at Payne's. 149, Bourke'str? et Eaist. 149 ., Special Advertisements:; T1COOKE, : General ;Hous&e Painter, Decorator, &o., Good: Workmanship. and Best Matcriali -ý-x uaranteed. .4 High Street,.1Armadalc. Estimates Given. c H. i:O oT G N OM E RRY, CARPENTER. & CABINETMAKER, 46A Chapel. Street, ...P R ,A.H 'R A N'. Estimates given.. Furniture .- Repaired and Rcpolished. ' All Orders promptly. attended to. - Music Warehouse. ' FEISS. BROS., MANUFACTURERS OF ' Orchestrions, Pianos, Harmoniums, : Organs, 12SD CHAPEL STREET WINDSOR. Musical Boxes, Violins, Fancy Figures, Con...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 4 August 1888

. SOCIETY. ' V .. Shares, £25, Entrance feee, Is. per share subscription, 2s. 6d. monthly per share, President-James Smith, Esc. Vice-liresident-Edwin Exon, Esq. Treasurer-Angell Ellis, Esq. Commnnittee-Thoinas Stead, Esq.; J,.Greig, Esq;: A. W . Harston, Esq:, J,P.; 'A. Larard, Esq. ; D. Sangster, Esq. ; T. Smith. Esh.: T. W. Swindley, Esq.; J. Zevenboon, Esq,, J.P.; M. L. Stodart, Esq.: Solicitor-Montague Coher, Esq. (Messrs Pavey, Wilson and Cohen), Table1B,-Showing the: payments per calen ' der month (principal and interest), for a loan of £100. No. of I Monthly | Total Am- [ Interest for the years[ Rlepayments I ount rapaid I whole term Two.. £ 106 £108120 £8120 Four.. -2 8 10 117 40 17 40 Six .. 115 0 126 00a 26,00 Egif?.U?IT 14 1 0 8 ia00; , 90;00 ; Ten . 14 4 1 It 00 46 00 Twelve 1 1 8 "156'00 5- 0a Under the above table the Society is prepared to lend three-fourths of the value of approved securities, and in special cases a largeriproporhson. Borrowers have .the-privilege o...

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THE OUTLAWS OF TUNSTALL FOREST. ROMANCE OF THE OLD WORLD. BOOK V. CROOKBACK. CHAPTER I. THE SHALL THUMPET. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 4 August 1888

TE. 5 OUTLAWS OF TUN STALL' FOREST. ::' ROM:::r MANCEOF THE '.OLD ,WORLD. :I ' BrROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON Author of "Treasure Island," Bst. BOOK V. CROOKBAOK. CHAPTEh T. ..- . . THE SHRILL TRUMPE'T. Very early the next morning, beforeo thb . first peep of the day, Dick arose, changed his Sgarments, armed himself once more like a : gentleman, and set forth for Lawless's den in the forest. There, it will be rememuered, he had left Lord Foxhba'a papers; and tboget these and be back in time for toe tryst with the young Duke of Gloucester could only be managed by an early start and the most vigo1rous walking." S he frost was more rigorous than ever; the air windless and dry, aud stinging to the nostril, The moon bad gone down, but the stars were still bright and numerous, and the reflection from the snow was clear and cheer. fut. There' was no need for a lamp to walk by; nor, in that still but ringing air,, the least temptation to delay,. Dick had crossed the greater part of the open groun...

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BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, AUGUST 3. (Before Messrs. Sprigg, Allen, Crook, and Wilson, J's.P.) INSULTING BEHAVIOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 4 August 1888

B :RIGHTON POLICE OURT.... FRIDAY, AUGUST 3. (Before-Messrs. Sprigg,:'Allen, Crook, .. : :: i nd: Wilson, J's.P.) :. ,i . ,INSULTING -BEHAVIOUR. , Mrs. Smith and :W. Wilkinson, on ?cmand :fromn, last week. for .insulting behaviour, were as they had novr re covered from a 'drinking boub, dis charged. The latter, on.the application of his wife, Elizabeth Wilkinson, who. swore ain information against him for threat ening her life, was bound over to keep the peace, himself in L100 and two sureties of L60 eaclih. :' :Alf. Willihans, charged by Constable Hoilland withi isulting behaviour near the North Brighton railway statioti,! was fined' L2, in default sexen days' imprisonment: . A DEAR ,OIGAR. C. Boulk, charged by Constable Flannery with smoking a cigar ini a non-smoking-carriage on-the Mordial -ou' li?ie, was afined - Li;, ithl L2' 2s. costs. I C AUGHT "AGAIN. F. Leslie, on a charge of larceny, as also several other charges, was, on the application -of Sergeant RyIan, re manded for a...

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THE MANUFACTURE OF CHOCOLATE AND COCOA. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 4 August 1888

THE MANUFACTURE OF CHOCOLATE . ... .. AND COCOA -: .... . In these the beans, from which all palpably imperfect specimens have been picked, are carefully roasted, ia process upon which very much de ponds.. The nuts are shot into -hop pers, and 'crushed aid vitiihowved! in order to. remove the thin adheiive shel,'thd crushing. reducing theib hidt itself to the form of the familiar cocona ribs. Both shell "nd nibs-are articles of coummerce, the former .being used; in Ireland and ins.oome parts of the co'i tinent for the manufacture of a' che p drink.' Tlie' clean :nuts are - then ground. In No. 3 factory there are 23 grinding mills, worked by cog wheels attached to the roof of the room, these wheels in turn being gov ernled by a'fiiie oirerhead 'wheel 18 feet~tin diameteir;, in direct codnnieition wvithi thi'e source 'bf'oier.. Tlhe- miills being warm,. the .fatty ,part of the cocoa-nut, or cocoa butter, is partiall'y, frded, and the hard diy suiit 'is' thus reducedeby grinding to an....

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LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 4 August 1888

LAWN TENNIS.   Cheltenham v. Richmond (non- trophy match), will be played this afternoon on the court of the former, commencing at three o'clock. The following will represent the Chelten- ham :-S. Chandler, H. O. Comport, Corstorphan, and W. Everist Com- port.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 August 1888

Colleges and Schools. "FINIS CORONAT Orus." SBRIGHTON LA[DIES' COLLEGE (" Ellesmere,") ST. ANDREW STREET, Near the Tewn Hall PRINCIPAL:' MRS. J. HAINES, (Late of Clifton Hill Ladies' College), For several years teacher under the Board of Education, 'Assisted by. MISS A. E. COX. English Literature and Mathematics, S. GRENFELL, B.A.,L.L.B. French and German, HERR OTTO MULLER. Drawing and Painting, - J. F. JONES, EsQ. . Pianoforte, T. J. HAMMOND, EsQ., Miss BURKITT, R.A.M.,.. MRs. ORR, and :!. I ?Miss A. E.,COX :Calisthenics, MISSE DICK and MOON. Resident Governess: MISS A, E. COX. TERMS (Payable in advance) Day Pupils: English'(as below), also Languages . One and half to Four Guineas per Term Resident Puipils (under 12 years): English (as below), also Languages, Music, and Painting Twelve Guineas per Term ]ecsident Pupils (over 12 years): $ English (as below), also Languages, Music, and FPainting . Fifteen Guineas per Term ENGLISH in its various branches com prises Reading, Writing, A...

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ELECTORS' SONG. For the South Ward, Brighton. Tune—Evident. JOHN McALISTER HOWDEN, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 August 1888

ELECTORS!'SONG. Fcr the South Ward, Brighton. Tune-Evident. JOHN MoALISTEI' HOWDEN, ESq. ( John McA:,Howden, my.;Joe'Johu,: " Wealine been lang'ac?neiit'; .. An' mony a cantle day John, Among us ye ha'e spent; Ye've made a heap o' gold John, The "Mercantile" can show, An' yet yer unco' modest man, I John McAllister, my Joe'. Ye are a wooer duce and braw, Yer countin' nane can'bate; Yet tho' yer praises we ha'e sung, : O'Shea was in yer gate:.. He's no to be compared wl'yc, As votes this'day ha'e shown, An' so he's found he .widna dae, O'Sheal mon, be gone. Ye are a gentleman o' sinse, A frien' to a'the toun ; Yer wife's 'a trelisure rare to ha'o Her kind deeds shall her oroun; i SYr bairniesthey are gallanit lads As' the folks thht ken them 'say, There's no 'their eqlual to be met,-.? SBetweenthis an' the. Tay.., .. Yer learnin' sta~ds ye in guid ~tead;'' Nor rival ye misca'; But-he hasiahown-by word, and. eed,. Yer worthier o' the twa; Sae ye may be fu' proud John, An' wait just fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 August 1888

Tile LaIst (lmauice. C "ome one, come ll, and secoure the Bar. gaina that will be offered at the close of our GREAT RATLE. F?rther Reductions. Must Clear Out Regardless of Coat. W. J. VANCE and Co., Cash Drapors, lay street, 1right9n. .M-MN,ýyouug and oldl, -iarrid? or single suffering frdomNervous-Debillity, Premature Dlocay, Loss of Manhood, Vital Power, and all disonses Hof the Genitd Urinary, Organs, nay obtain, free, a valuable treatise bjyln eminent Surgeon, containing, full Informs. tlion reghding self-treatmnintby iipplying by letter to Box 1081, G.P.O.,,Sydney, * Sigh No More,' Ladlels I: .Choioest New' Bonaon'eTeas just lagnqd ox p'A,lart ar, now selllng at Lowest !Rates. ('anton 'lon Company, 110A Chanel street, I'rnhran. i' -..-, .

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MALVERN POLICE COURT. Saturday, August 4. Before Mr. Hare, P.M., and Messrs. Jones, Sykes, Edsall and Dr. Eccles J's.P. GROSS CRUELTY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 August 1888

MALVERN' POLICE COURT. Saturday, August 4. Before Mr. Hare, P.M.,; and Messrs. Jones, Sykes;'Edsall and Dr. Eccles GROSS CRUELTY. F. Milgate appeared in' aiswer to a charge'of cruelly ill-using a horse oni the Oth. July last.: G. O. Webb stated that on the. d~ty in question he was in hi'l house on the Tooronga. road, when he heird' the defendant thrashing his Ihorse :about 200 yards up the road. - Looking, out of the window, he sawr. Milgate beating a horse harnessed to a loaded dray, over the"hlid wvitlh the lihnf ehnd f a whip handle. On going qup, witness observed the horse quivering int every muscle, and on the defendanit giving the animal a back-handed blow on the nose he.spoke to 'him and was sneered at for his interposition. The defend ant then unharnessed the horse, and leading him into a'yard thrashed himi severely for teti' hiniites. Mr. Hare, P.M., said the majority of the :bench considered that a gross and wanton Case of cruelty had beeii" proved, and defendant would be ...

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CAULFIELD POLICE COURT. Monday, August 6. Before Mr. Hare, P.M., and Messrs. Holland and Maxwell, J's.P. INSUSTING BEHAVIOR. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 August 1888

CAULFIELD .POLICE COURT, Monday, August t. Before Mr.. Hare, P.M., and Messrs. Holland and Maxwell,'J's.P. INSUSTIN(. BF IIEAlIOR. Stoplin Johns arid H. Fowneri .were charged with.inlulting behavior at the Elsternwickl hotel on Saturday' even ing last. The latter was discharged, he having been locked up since then, and the first-mentioned, against whom s 3voral previous convictioris were'rea I, was :fined £1, with thd option of 3 days in durance vile: . DEBT CASES. In the disputed debt case of J. War burton v. W. Guest for £.- 7s for work and labor, done after a very lengthy hearing a verdict 'of 'X,4 with 5s costs was awarded.' . A verdict with costs was' also a warded Wigg v. Wild for £1 12s 2d. LICENSING PItOSEUTION. S, Greenberg, licensee of the Caul field Club hotel, was charged with Sunday trading. Constable Jordan deposed that on the mbrning of the 17th June he was on duty in plain', clothes, and saw a number of men about the Caulfield Club.hotel in a beastly state of intoxi ...

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