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CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 25 August 1888

' CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. 1 Ureal erin IBrighton, tcivU . Grron Elsternwick.-R=-led J. hiy, 11alid 7. C: Oheltenham , I Metitoeic 11, andi Mrdi lloc 7, Rev. R. M. Fcergus, N.A: Canlficld, Red;. II; 1..lMancrtnc; 11 and Armnadnle, IRe1-. F1 Wcbl. :-.Elsternmvick, Rcv. I '.l ailhache: ,': . 3Ialvern,'elv: OJ .Godiy, ] nud 7.' . GOakleigh, Rev..T. It. RuLst..? : Blrighton- Congregational.-: MoriiingA and evening, :ev J. Rlickaird. : Malvern; Ilev:.! CMoon, l'and 7' I.Oaklcigh, lReie.J I?': annawAy',lt aitd.. U caelyl n Aletoi6dist ?-righton, 11,1 elies. G.4j)aiiic 1 ev. J .C. Inganeclls.r: MIill S'treet Rc,. 'V i . L:Binks 11, l'Mr. Chaniiecrs'7.. East Brighton -Mr.' Bladkncil 11 Mr. Fleming i7. South Brighton, Rc. J. B.: Smith :l, 31r. Searle 7. Cheltenham, Mr. \ ebb 7. : AMordiallo,- - Mr. Wcbb I1a Ri Mr. Rigg 7. ' P'riniitive ,Methodist-South' Yarra, Rev. B.AVibbdrly 11 and 7. " ,North Brighton, Rev. C. Anthony ll, Mr. t. Ed?lards 7. Bouoth Brighton, Mr. JDr. r J Green 11,i Re. C...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A DASHING EXPLOIT. (ST. JAMES'S GAZETTE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 25 August 1888

A DASHING EXPLOIT. (ST..TLan'S CAZETTE.) i The recapture of Mone from the rebel ? leader Twek-oga.ln in the beginning of May is a good example of what rapid and deter- i mined action will do with a eomicivilied enemy. The relieving party under Colonel I Sartordous, of the e1st Beloochees, started at daybreak. In a downpour of rain, from a ' village in the hills to the weal of Mone. About two miles from the town Mr Soott, the slaietant superintendent of the Shan e States, with Lieutenant Fowler of the Belooshees and six men of the Rifle Brigade mounted on officers' ponies, went off from the main column to make a dash on the palace. Mr Scott had been in Mone seeeral times before, and was able to take the party by a jungle-path round the south of the town. From there they galloped straight on the palace, disregarding the armed men in the streets. The eastern gate was fortu nately ajar, so that it was not necessary to dismount. The clatter of the hoofs brought Twek?nga-lu to a window. M...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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CAULFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. Thursday, August 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 25 August 1888

CAULFIELD SHIRE'COUNOIL. Tliursday August i:i ,.; iii i i a jt j j i l .Present:. Crsi. Lono (in thi. clii'i), : 13allantyne, Cotton, Grininade, .Griflin,ain ilton? IIartde :Lan i:. i LookeLa rL Pa SOhlly anud Stephen : R ? ,?rcTiOi,- or" i.i sifl (T. :. -fter, 'soo discussion C'ouiicillois Cott.on anil ll allantyic ie vero .oiitn?a tcd fbortli'he preiddntsliip, atnd thiv ot ing bCeig et1ualt it was deoided to test the matter ly b.allot, the result beinig ii fivor of Cr. ]aSllan:yne, who, oi issitiiiiil' His po sitionS thlinkil the council for tho' honor conferried uponi :him, and expiessed it to be his inten tiol to:do allin his.pover to dcornd uct tlhio ouiicil's a iiiinesstin aii; fair niall iiiipartiaiiihiinni. IT - n - , - CURR S?o PODEiNCE.'. F roim Mr. G. Loolker, c?oiplaining of tlie alinost inimpssable coidition of .tl~eNeeriin road closo to the Murrum bdhicanstation.o It was agreedi to ex pond a susm inot cceecding £10 there 10611: tlih" mi're'sponde'ut¶ of-: thie Jioard-i...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LEADER. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1888. LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 25 August 1888

THE LEADER. LOCAL ITEMS. Iii tlie Supreme Court last Mo iday, P.'~" 'Droi? a laboreri'living at" Deau n?irisdsiia1'Mrs's.L' La?gey;, of 'Col liiiwood iI Tii teld wite? iriaftler ufi S. 12-Meoult'is, hier co?uiercial traveller Sfor £300 dsi-ange ssfor ininries. ailegedi to hiave : d?eie 'riecled by ..plaintif. through: thie negii enc of ?'Montioii while lib was in Mrs Laigley's service. It ti?a'ipired thiat Moulton vas : driv ing a horse anifid blfiggy in 'Ifourke-. street ntlih 9th F'obiuat , i:aid tied it upiwhil e e weit a:way. into a shop. The ,horse rl- awayy and deacbd int :a tiranm eairi:thesintersectioi of Russell-street. " The ' lilaintiffl, 'waho wvas'iiding on the duiiuny , sustained' severe iljuries to iis right le; "whinch laid hiniss up for'nine weeks. The de fouudiant paid £.sO ito couint aind shi's IToiior gave a verdict for the plaintiff for .£27 1Os in additioni~ ith costs. SAt the, ti'ahraan4 Polico : Court, on Miondiy /ltst Constable Hull:idd of, North J!ighton, p...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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MOORABBIN SHIRE COUNCIL. Monday, August 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 25 August 1888

MOORABBIN SHIRE COUNCIL.'? :oid Al ubt g 20:-I l Ab liott.itt( ,"T COmpiort,'? Swtia:,,.: ' Wn -al.]k rgesdt?, I: r ."1 J, ]).1 and Vaail. i ighett i al tlhil;areial al i as ai lil fr, Tii to the c ta tio a t o olac ti :Olaelteiialaui. T' "th Pr'e~acat, t ":i`''eC thei , esult;?o ? the di; tait t i?ton I. ,;i a at i of wicinc . h je-aeil an our I wet-las L ýtroa \. 10c toa alaaag the coln cl's a9ttention°t t he;conditioa- of ': -ia, istoetRefereidato ;the i engin eer to.?rep otm , ". «. .. " - la ia iessr itundr t antithleinans equestug-the couneil to'geritt thiem . : to''tOd=' tihiie'fa.o?tlh · litlt bilildina : the .E S nnda.. C liDanktl it. Chheltenh lim. Geaautad oax the usual condi tions Johiastoiei stating on, lialila of a client aiaineil Si pperd p thlat he had met with an occident whilst travelling was :? broken and cftaifin dai?ag sus St:ned., They clailed dainag: s to the extent of £5 10s (d. which lif neit paid they would take faitltheractioni to recover.-Cr B l.gess iiso...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL. Tuesday, August 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 25 August 1888

MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL; " Tuesd ay, Aughast '21. (Xl Prese?i.iyt Concillors \. :: ; Clarke, '+.... - sall; -. e son , ]ro l in so n, L o -! .bottou;. McKlinid, ']I cywood; GCr.e W:oodan?aisoi nidmoveihd Cl r R hidnsi?i seconded !that tle piesident' 'allowivin;ce? e the scme. aS it l ~ oi nainely b1c0. -CQa r ied f , a Cr.. Wo`oodinasdn said it ga?ie him gcratle5asure to propose: that OCr A. E.i. larlo fthe cex-presidenit le ,c. elected is ?piesideiit for tli ensiiiing year:.This -iws iseconded by Ci .RI liinsoii who also-highly Siuogised ,r. Claike for .tle aldoe manner in which the e president- had'- ciHecdo euit his onerous ;:!duties. -Coarried~ iifen nao CrL'E E.A Clarke then io thaking the prieidontslip thanklled the council foi. theholino conterred uiiopen hiiii from ihidlh he thoui?ht thja9his tp e year's actionsil had giiven s' tisfaction. ile ti rsted thatitheiincomin g year, would be masked wivifpi'oportitonite pi-s pcity3;i (Hear l? ea?ind a'ipplause).: he: minnus-of -last....

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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THE LIFE OF MR. FORSTER. (THE TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 25 August 1888

THE LIFE OF MR. FOBSTER. (THE TIMES.) The life of Mr. Forster, opon which Mr. Wemyos Reid has been engaged for nearly two years, has been published. In two volumes, ample but not bulky, the bio grapher gives a vivid, exact, and clear account of a career, every stage of which is full of Interest, and which elosed at a moment when Mr. Forster was more than ever needed by his country. In the performs ance of his task Mr. Beid has been aided by Mr. Forater's family, and has had free access to all his papers, so that the record Is as complete as, considering the short time that has elapsed since Mr Foster's death, it could well have been made. What the pub lie will most want to know is whether the volumes throw any fresh light upon the period when Mr Foster held the Irish Secro taryship; whether his correspondence with Mr Gladetone is given entire ; whether from his own diary or from other unpublished sources we are put in possession of new in. formation about the relations between the G...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 25 August 1888

rlE P'AIIiRAN" COFFEE'L .PALACE .1 COMPANY 'LIMITED, IPRAHRAN. To bc Iicgistcred under "The Companies ST :Statute, 1 .61." i Capital, 0000 In 50,000 Shares of £1 each. I'ayable as follows:-2s Gd per share on ap plication, 2s Gd ,onallotitent, and the bal ince by calls of 2s Gd per share at initervals of not less than three months. The First Issue is ill be limited to 25,000 Shares. ' . When 20,000 Shares shall have been applied for. the erection of the.Coffee Palace will biprocded iVithlV 'PR\OVISIONAL 1DIRECTORIS:'' John Parry, Esii.;J;L'.; l'rahran Couneil Dr. Cooke, Prahrai .,- r E. J. Dixon, Esq., J. 1'., I'rahran G. E. Crouch, .Esq., Melbourne T. IB. Meuntz, Esq., J.P., P'raliran Council MI. l..Legge, Esq. PIrahran. Dr. Gaurison, Prahran J. . Sondercombe, Esq., iimportei, Col lins street A. G. Hartley, Esq.; Prahran SOLCI'l'Olt: D. 11. Herald, Esq., 4 Collins st.'wcst: . ANKIERI :, The Natiional Banklof Aistralasiac ARCIIITEGT: George Ei Crouch. B11I0KElIS:c Jas. Donaldson" aun...

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NEW MILLINERY AND GOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 25 August 1888

NEW MILLINERY AND GOWNS. Although wintry weather is still with nou, I displays of spring millinery and gowns are belOg held by many of the leading drapers, I and we may gain some ideas as to what will I be worn during the coming season by noting I the chief featuroes of these fashion showe A eharming display of spring millinery and gowsa ihas just been hold. The bonnets of this year are slightly lower in the crown than those of last season, and are certainly larger. Those " airy nothings" of tallo or i net-mere apologies for head.gear-that ere so popular last year, have not made their appearance. Ths combloation oi black and white, co much in fav.ur just now, was shown In several pretty booneto, notably in one in which the white croaw was covered with bhack jetted ret end the trimming consisted of an aigrette of white marabouts and white ribbon loops, the lining befog of black velvet and the long strings of white ribbon. The liking for gold wast, shown in several bonnets. A very pre...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 25 August 1888

Special Adverttsemlents. BARKLY .t PARLIAMIENT STREETS BRIGHIITON. WM. CLARK, CONTRACTOR For Asphalting Lawn Tennis Courts, Garden SPaths, Verandahs, Yards, Workshops, S . &e., &c. &c. FENCING, CARTAGE; &t PLOUGHING. : " ON SALE :--Metals, Rubble, Screenings. Bricks. &e. " J. R. BAVINTON, BOOT MAKER, POLNT NEPEAN RlOAD, North Brighton. 'DUNLOP i- . . :' . EDWARDS Beg to intimate that plior to" their annual STOCKTAKING, they will offer, during the remainder. of June and the whole of July, the balance of their SWINTER STOCK .DR AP En R: AT IMlMENSEl REDUCTIONS. Their new Goods for Sring and Summer are ,oming forward early, and asn their Shoproom is limited, the ire.bcit stock mnst ee?cleared to make -space, therefore,( grens bargains will be offered. The public are respectfully invited to pay a visit of inspection. DUNLOP & EDWARDS, FAMILY DRAPERS AND IMP'ORTEIRS, Commercial-road, PRAHIRAN. [Established 18 ' . T. PASCOE C O GROCERS,. PRO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 25 August 1888

Ran"emes, Sims, and Jefferies LImitao We are pleserd to congratulate Messrs. John Daoks and Smn, of Bourke esrset west, I noon securing this valoable agency. Messrs. Ransomes and Co. are almost coo well-known for general excellence in their manufacture to Srequire anything to be said with reference to new lines brought out for the coming season. The new Australian Thrasher will un doubtedly, meet all the requirements of colonial neara. The famous rotary shakers and the third blast under the caving riddle, e the improved dressing apparatus, and extra v large sieve surface, enable them to absolutely d guarantee perfect shaking, perfect separatin y from cavinge, and perfect dressing. The neaw design colonial engine has enlarged ,I cylinder and incraseed strength in the workiho parts, enlarged boiler and heating surface, n improved facilities for claning out boilr safety lck UPno fife box and ash pan, and all modern improvements. Messrs. J. D. and 8. will be pleased to quote for station...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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TABLOIDS of COMPRESSED SODA MINT (Or Neutralising Tabloids). [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 1 September 1888

TABLOIDS of CO SPRESBED SODA MINT (Or Neutralistlg Tabloids). Soda Bicab. . 4Er. 'Ammon. COrb... -. -0. Martb. Pip. . 1-6th gtt Colic, ?otulenoe in children, " heartburn." " watt r brash."- "' stomach crsmp," elek h-ad. ache. eruetationo and dypepria due so nour somash and bili'uoneess are al rrated with ,lkare.. The " Britijh Medical Journal" says of the Soda-Mino Tahloit. : - '" They are very pr".mpt and active. They present a popoUlr and tfficacious combination in an agreeab:e form.'" Dose-One or two tabloids as required, to be wallowed with a little water.

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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PEPTONIC TABLETS (Pepsin, Pancrea in, Lime Lacto phosphate, equal parts) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 1 September 1888

PEPTONIO TABLETS (Pepain, Pancrea in, Lime La;to.Phoephste, equal parts) This is a combination of the various diges live ferments, in coojunction with t ex quisite tuonic and alterative-Lacto-Pbhophste of Lime. Supplied in bottles of 24 and 100.

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SAVOURY TOASTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 1 September 1888

SAVOURY TOUa5S. Before dealing with the varjous kinds of imeory toasts, we melt dwell a little upon the ao sal toasting of the bread, upon wblob a good deal of oe excalletco of cur dish depe. do Unless specIlly stated to the contrary in the recipe;- theI eloe-f.bread -pon which any eavoury composition hl to be plioed should hi deleaiely fried in baiter till of a golden 01lour. This is preferable to toasting it in the ordinary manner. Ordinarily toasted bread, if it is kept waiting at all, becomes spongy or sedden, and oon toees its crispteas. A&otner point to be borne in mind is that the savoary toast must be served very hot. It may be kept bh " In the oven, 'ut It is far better when sent "o table the moment it has been fiitshed The coot muot have every. thing ready, but must not actually comple.e the makmg of the soals till it is wan ed. We can now priced to consider the o em positron of a eavoury toast, which will be best done, perhops, by a series of reil es. First and fo...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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THE LADIES COLUMN. THE APPROACH OF SPRING. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 1 September 1888

THE' . LALBUE! -COLUMti THE.APPROACII OF PRIrIeNG, Br Vva,. S" If winter comes, can spring be ftr behind?" would zoom to be the motto adopted by most cf our lending drapery firms. We are still s~iverleg in furo, but the delightfully varied Australuan c!imato may give us warm days in a short time, when wp may wear the spring gow.sa, bonnets and mantles, that are tilling the chief drapery emporiums. Large hats are coming to the front. Th ugh the -hape, are legion, they are all larger and broader brimmed than those of last year. The crownse, too, ar lower 4 dit the newest things in millinery are the Dlrectoire hats, of which I wes aeh n seveo rat examples. Imagine a straw scoop, trimmed with flowers and velvet bowd beneath the brim, and with velvet bows on the crown, and fastened on the head by 'v-lvet a!rings coming from the book of the hat, and tied beneath the thin. This is a Dlreotoire hal. It Isquaint. but can hardly be deocribed as asmart." Larne Leghorn bate, some of the Gainebo...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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A BATTLE OF BIRDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 1 September 1888

A BATLE OF BIRDS. A truly Homeric battle of birds is reported to the 'Fraokfurter Z~ituno" by. an ey *itnetr.in a letter trom Sophia. E?,rlt one morning (hn. say,) 'we saw an u1r icu?nlly large number of eagles, proboblI ab·ut 200, taking their fitght toward, th. m?suntainu of the. Jantra A. crowd of -er-one watched . the epectacle, ttnd the crowd greatly increased a few boors later, when a nnmhbr of'etokth, not fewer than 300, flew straight towarde tb. xefiment of eaulee. evideurly bent on war. In aUnioetant eagles and storks were miRngled i deadly affray. It w e a fearful combot. Ev.?ry n w and then a wouutded or dead hire, atork or eagle, fell to the around. The hatt I·ted ;for. nearly an hour. when the two aLnrmee, apparently weary of fight, flew off i,, Oppo.ite direcitonua. UDon a rough reckooutn it Maea estimated that at least a thirO of th. comobatants fell in the severe eterggle. TWhr prefect sent some men up intoe th h~i;antaine to coeunt the dad eagles nn atiitko. The peo...

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A Dream. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 1 September 1888

A oream&: Laot o;ght, whet time do ime wander est and west, What ime a dream may linger, I lay dead, With flae of taisrn pal. sbve mi head, ,With sweight of dhif ed roses onmy brea.t ; And ihey who noileless came to-watch 'my rest Lakesd kindly down, and gentle sentence " said, One siehed, She wa hbt young to go to day ; Ahd one Hoe. fiercely life with death had striven Ete Got eet fr e her spiri', onrrow-a rijen t On - said ' The children grieve for her at ploy;' And one, who bnt 'o takea rosa away, Whkispered, ' Dear love, wouol that we had forgiven. -E B., in 'Scribera' ' =+ : ?+? + . - . • , e.

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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BRIGHTON LIBRARY DEBATING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 1 September 1888

BRIGHTON LIBRARY DEBATING CLUB. On Tuesday evening last the usual fortnightly meeting of-the above club was held at thh Free Library. There wis a good attendance. C. Lister, Esq., the president, occupied the chair. As previously arranged, the debate. for the evening was upon the questibn "Is the separation of the Australian colonies from: the, mother country inevitable ?" . Mr J. G. Sprigg, L.L.B. opened the discussion by denying that such separation is inevitable. He supported his view in an eloquent and argumentative speech, which -was most interesting and pleasing. More oveDr, is delivery was very good. The follot.i-ig is an epitome of hii re narks : " We have been told over and over again that *' History repeats itself, and consequently, what took plac ,' in Anmrica must sooner or later take place liereg" Though the former pnri of this statement is true the lntter is incorrect. From tie same sequence of events, undoubtedly you get the same ;results.- - Now, the.- Americain colon...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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A HORRIBLE SCENE AT AN EXECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 1 September 1888

A HORRIBLE SCENE AT AN EXECUTION.. After the execution, at Oxford, of Robert Upton for he- murder of his wife, the in quest on the body was held before the coominy coroner.. The medical officer of the prison deposed that this was very different to previous executions, the head of the culprit being nearly torn off. That was owing to the length of the drop. In his opinion death was qaite instantaneous. He had nine cxsmined the body, and seen a large wound in she r.ek. The shin, wind "p;pe, the, gullet, and all the soft parts and side of the neck were torn' througb;as well as the Epinel column save-ed. The jury expressed a wish to' hear the execn ti ner explanation. Berry was then oalled, unt .. said he was not compelled to give evi.ence. The coroner said he was comp-lled iS he euo:moned him.. Berry repliert that there ass no Act of Parliament, bhut if the coroner wished it he would give evidence. The coroner said the jury eoished his explanation. Berry was then aworn, and gave evidenc...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. Friday, August 31. Before Messrs. Sprigg and Wilson, J.P's. ABSENTING HIMSELF FROM HIRED SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 1 September 1888

BRIGHTON POLICE-COURT. Friday, Agust T. :* Before Messrsi Sprigg inid Wilson, J.l"s. .ABSENTING HIMSELF- FliO HIRED S : lRVI;u.e Jaiies Coradavelto was charged b Mr. Withers with labenting, himself froimri,ired service.; The co6nplaiinant having stated his case, accuaed tliough' Mr. Smith, interpreter, sigiified, his willingness to return'and resiune work. onl, hichi, after being cautioned, the charge was withdrawn. ' HOTEL PROSECUTION. E. Fdir. licensee of Greig's Hotel, 'S6ith Brightos, was charged by Cohn *stabl'eWiioiii it'h permiitting the bar door of his licensed premises to remain open on the afternoon of the 5th ult. The! offence 'was :clearly proved, and dThfcndant, who said he emlbraced the opportunity of a- quiet day to effect some necessary alterations, :was fined ' A CATTLE STEALEI. James Daly alias Thos. Darcy was charged with stealing a cow, the pro perty of Jas. Munro, market gardener, of East Brighton, .A number of wit nesses having been eximined, the ieclch conisid...

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