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OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. Wednesday, September 19. Before Messrs Jordan, Irving and Wilson, J.'sP. A CATTLE STEALER. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 September 1888
OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. "- cdnesdaiay, September 19. Before - Messrs' -Jordan;- 'Irving and _ Wilson, J,'sP. , A CATTLE STEALER. John Slater charged with stealing a c ;o r$ Binny, was on the application of the pliceemandedfd a fortnight?' is they~oere not'prepared to gq on,, with the case. ;.:.. :. ABSENTING FROM .HIRED SERVICE J. L'niton was charged by J. Dixon, licensee oflDixon's hotel, with absent ing himself.?from hired service. It transpired Ain -evidence that Lenton, who was engaged at £1 per week in the capacity of barman, left suddenly without giving notice. He' claimed £1 10s for 10 days work. The bench ordered : the forfeiture, of the.,wageis which ivasXhanded over to the poor box. "IMBIBERS. Mary Allen, an old offender, charged with habitual 'drurikenness was senrit to gaol for a fortnight. Jas. .Mason for a similai offenie was discliared with a caution he having-been locked up for48-hlibouis: .... . DISPUTED DEBT CASES. ,'" l Barnes v. Kosininsky'and' Kennedy v. Kosminsk...
CAULFIELD POLICE COURT. Monday, September 17. Before Messrs. Holland, Watts and Maxwell, J's.P. INSULTING BEHAVIOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 September 1888
SCAULFIELD POLICE COURT. SModay September 17. Before Messrs. Holland, Watts and FI f IISULTINGO assEI.'0uoun:' 1 Thos. liruff was' charged hy' Con stable Jordan with minaking use of insultii'words in a public place with intent to commit a breach of the peace': The evidence' of the arresting constable' showed that the accused under a pretence of Ibeing drunk, and having several of his companions near him made use of most insulting words near the London: Tavern. Fined £1 or3days. THE LONDON TAYERN., . ii..George, Davis was icharged by J. Armstrong,, licensee of the London Taverni, with- wilfully trespassing on his premises, and refusing to leave when called upon to do so. , ., : Complainant deposed that the ac cused ivho had lieen boarding at his plac; 'wanted to' sell him a pair of blankets on the 6th inst., ;which he refused:to have. On this :he: became very abusive and called- him all: sorts of names. as .'lso madeii use of, several imes, hbad ind ,filthly language. This was corrob...
WANDERINGS IN ASIA. FAREWELL TO JAVA. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 September 1888
WANDERINOB IN ASIA. . Br JAsV Ouaiesazr.e FAREWE?IL TO JAVA. In The chief reason I wast lnto the ilterico e? Java was In ord-t to sea theaBoroboodo Temple. and In Ilke meaner I had nwow travelled to the eastern end of Java, a a distance of over six hundred miles from Batavia, ls order to see the famous Bromoa volcano,. I had as a companion from Soarashya a young man who also whabed i to see this famous sight, and so with much a gIety 'we departed. We went by rail as fa I as Pasoervean. a clean, well laid-off town, with a number of beautiful bungalows, an exeeedingly well-built club house, and last1 but by no means leasl, a goud hotel The f llowing mornieg early we left for t Tosarl, and again I was impressed with the sight that had so often struck ms In Java, t e density of the popula. tica, an shown by- he streams of people we mes on the country road. For over thirteen milee the road is one long, beautiful avenue . t large dense foliage trees, throwing a deep ehade, intensely grate...
MALVERN POLICE COURT. Saturday, September 15. Before Messrs. Jones, Edsall and Sykes, J's.P. LIGHT FINGERED GENTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 September 1888
MALVERN POLICE COURT. Saturday, September 15::: Before Messrs. Jones, Edsall and Sykes, J's.P. LIGHT FINGERED GENTRY. Frank Power was charged with em bezzling several sums amounting to £7 10s, belonging to Thomas Carrol, milkman. It transpiired in- evidence that he had been "carrying on this little game for some time before bling detected, and that he was at present under sentence by the Collingwood bench for a similar depredation. Sen tenced to 5 months cumulative on the previous sentence. James Fowler and Frank Power were charged with stealing clothing and jewellery valued at over £20 from the dwelling of Thomas Carroll, of High street, Armadale, the goods being the property of three milk carters in his employ. On the Ilth July the place was entered during their absence and the goods stolen. Power hadbeen in the employ of Carroll, and was arrested at Collingwood on the 26th ult., when he was found to be wearing some of the clothing. Fowler was alsofounid wearing some of it. Both h...
BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. Friday, September 21. Before Messrs. Bent, Sprigg, Francis Wilson and Lloyd Tayler. NATIVES OF COLOMBO. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 September 1888
BRICHTON POLICE -COURTi · Friday, Sep teber21. ' Before Messrs, Bent, Sprigg, Francis Wilson and Lloyd Tayler. NATIVES OF COLOMBIO. Two natives of Colombo named.F. Antony and C. ,Vii;as vaiii hued Geo. Withers for £2 10s wages and an assault on the first-mentioned. There was a cross-summons of Withers v. Atithony and Veiraswamy for ab senting themselves fromn hired service. Mr. Cresswell appeared for the natives and Mr. Stephens for Withers, Mr. Smith acting as interpreter. The evidence adduced was to the effeect-that Asntony was assaulted by Mr. Withers for disobeying orders. This was denied by Mr. Withers, who said he merely boxed the boy's ears. The natives then left and took action to recover their wages. The bench fined Mr. Withers 5s for the assault, gave Anthony his wages and cancelled the agreement, Veiraswamjr to forfeit. his wages and his agreement also can celled. INEBRIATE. Phipps Turnbull, for being drunk whilst in charge of acab was cautioned and fined £1. A GAMBLER. R...
ZYMINE PEPTONISING POWDERS (FAIRCHILD). [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 September 1888
ZYMINE PEPTONISING POWDERS (FAIRCHILD), The ertet danter of oowt' milk to invalids and infants, is that it forms den?e, heavy In dieeei'.le cnrds, wiich irrita's and inflaence the a omsch. and are the octasion of much omiechitf. By sdding a Zymine Pesponising Pa.der (Fairchild) to each pint of milk the casein is digested, no clot formn, and cowa' mak itrendered as bland, ssimsilable andl is'ritions as the milk of the human mother.. Milk so prepared is swe?t and palatable and greess perfectly.
BRIGHTON CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 September 1888
BRIGHION CRICKET. CLUB. -4---~ The' annual meeting of the above club was held on Friday the 7th inst, Mr. A. Spear in the chair. The secre tary read the report which showed that the club played three elevens last se'aoiiiiinand did creditably in;'theo cic ket field. The first eleven played "22 matches, 5 of which were "lost, 7 won, aid '10. drawn.` Mr.' E.' Turnerwins the batting priie with an average of 38.8 ::for. 12 innings, Mr. DI)unn: the bowling with an average of 8.6 runs per. wicket.' "Messrs. Enery and Th6opasion" were awarded 'prizesi for allt round play. The second eleven played 16 mantclihes '5of which were won, 4 lost, and 7 drawn. Mr. W. Lawrence was awarded the first prize for batting with an average of 17.8 runs for 16 innings, including the magnificent-- soore--of--103.-not -.out against the Belmont. The bowling was won by Mr. George Farries with an average of 8.2 for 31 wickets. .The third eleven playedyl-5 matches,5 9K of which wer'idwon; o3lot, ~nd~ l drawn. The ...
CASCARA SAGRADA TABLOIDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 September 1888
CAS.CARA SGRADA TABLQIDS. Oniera Ssarad hbas been found highly _atinf.ctorp in ohrnic constipation. , physicn risa I have much pleasure. Fninnfor?ling yeo that ' he Cascara Sgrada a s.mple of which yo have been :good a o, sen.1 me-has proved perfoetly sucuee?ful in Scaseo o obstinate oonstipa?on. with's fixeod. pain intheleft side. which had- Isted .for meoths.,defyrng all trratmen'. W ye p r. ar Tabloids of Cascara Sarada-. (2r. each) They are not ntesaant to take and my tie carried about if the pocate h.b he patient. They are te moat eligible fotr_ of drug prepared. DIo e.-Oe to three Tab'oide at bed time to he .wallowed with a little wrser" Manufasotued by Burcoughs, Wellcome sudl Co.; of Loedon. :
MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL. Tuesday, September 18. Present: Councillors A. E. Clarke, (President), Benson, Longbottom, Edsall, Robinson, Woodmason, and Heywood. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 September 1888
MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL.` Tuesday, September 18. Present: Counhcillors A. E. Clarke, (President), Benson,.Longbottom, Edsall, Robinson, Woodmasoi, and Heywood. CORRESPONDENCE. From the secretary of the Malvern cricket club again renewing their ap plication for the use of the. recreation reserve for cricketing pnrposes, they agreeing to expend an amriount upon it for the formation of' a rink. He stated that the United club wold not. amal gamate with them but had withdrawn their application for the use of the ground. - Granted every alternate Saturday and every other Saturday. when not otherwise required, as also to be allowed to improve the ground. From J. Lindsay suggesting the desirability of the council setting apart a room for the Malvern School Board of Advice to hold their meetings in as done in other places.-Several coun cillors objected to the wording of the letter as it was not in the form of a request ibut a suggestion, eventually it was decided that the sceretary should in r...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 September 1888
To The o about to Irrigate. Call at John Dank. sad Son and see the monitor pump, capable of dioharvgine 2i .to So to~ of wat? r per hour, with enulos-hose worko, no wearing pasta. Jaa be fied by an 'arm hand, .no killed labour required Donalar pump., bydraulio rtme, pit?be? I[mp., steam opump and fietina, lofar eppi' t g townepipa with wale John Danko ant S n, 42 (only) Bourke atret wert, Mel?iurae. ---(AD - Priam mregory Ghika of .Rog?ýl die. an 01h July at Ela auaborkth Trealn Vaai. , t .·,' : ·,·J · ;·
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 September 1888
SpeeialAdvcrtiscmients ]?ALLOT AND WOODMASON, 10 Chapel Street, 10 PRAHRAN, TWO DOORS NORTH OF COFFEE TAVERN. -THE "CHEAPEST FURNITURE WAREHOUSE --IN- South Yarra, Prahran, Windsor and St. Kilda. How to Furnish a 3-roomed Cottage for £13 13s., for net cash: Dining-room Colonial Sofa, with Sqgab and Bolsters ...... ... A1 7 6 Cedar Chiffoniere Safe, Polished 1 6 0 Sii Cane Chairs ....... 1 4 0 Round Table ... 0 12 6 Table Cover' ... ... ... 0 5 6 Fender and Irons ...... ... 0 12 6 Matting to cover room .. ... 010 !6 Hearth Rug. . .. 6 6 Cornice Pole and Brackets ... 0 11 6 81ipMat . .1 6 Bedroom FUll.slzeBeadstead... ... 1 10 0 We would call attention to Special ] Drawing-room Snitea very strong consisting of 6 small chairs, Gent's easy chair, Lady's do., and carved conch, From £11 10 0 Dining-room Suite in realleather -. eonsisting of 6 small chairs, 2 easy chairs, and couch, from 20 0 0 Maircleth Suite, comprising 6 . small chairs, Gent's and Ladys' easy chairs and coach 10 10 0 Ca...
BRIGHTON BEACH RECREATION CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 September 1888
BRICHTON. BEACH RECREATION CLUBJ The Annual meeting of the above club was held on Friday, the 14th inst. in the Pavilion, H. W. Mills, Esq., in the chair. The secretary read'the report which embraced a period from Septemler, 1886 to August, 1888, this long term occured owing to the early portion of the time-being occupied in preparing for the accomodation of members. Siince the inception of the club a good brick pavilion has been erected, two asphalt tennis courts laid down, the cricket-fielding ground levelled, water laid on to all parts' of it, and the va rious sections of the ground fenced off. It it expected that" a' lbre 'number of new members will join this coming season, as the cricket and tennis court are in splendid order for, play. The subscription has been altered to as fol lows, full members, gentlemen's, £1 1s. Gd, ladies,10s.6d.- Oricketonly,;£ ls Tennis only, £1 Is. Junior members, under 18, 10s. 6d. Life Members, £10 10s. Five year member, £5 5s. The Treasurer's repo...
OUR OPEN COLUMN. [We do not necessarily endorse the opinions given expression to by our correspondent.] [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 September 1888
OUR. OPEN UCOLIUMN. '[We:do not necessarily endorse the .,opinions given expression to by our correspondent.) S-m,-I crave a small space in your val able paper, to draw the attention of the powers that be to the necessity of imme diately cancelling the permits that have been given to market gardeners allowing thbm tot-put : ightsoil on their lind.: A few days ago 1 had occasion to walk along a certain road in the borough about eleven o'clock in the morning, and the smell that canie from a plot of land there. was un. lierralile. I found that the nightsoil was spread:on the ground and not covered in. I made a complaint-to the owner of the land about it, and be said he had a .per mitffrm the council allowlng him to use as much as he liked. Can it be possible, Sir, that a respectable body of men such as -our Brighton conncillors are would allow. such a disgraceful state of affairs to xizst "No wonder that buyers of land fight shy of Brighton property when they seesuch a plague in our mi...
STRAY DOGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 September 1888
STRAY DOG&.':'., Cr Abbott againscalled attention to the very large number of unregistered dogs at large in the shire. He moved that the inspector be requested to take the necessary action for their suppres sion.-Secended by Cr Burgess and carried. ACCOUNTS. . Accounts amounting to £556 were passed for payment and the necessary cheques ordered to be signed. MOTIONs BY NOTICE. Cr Vail moved and Cr Abbot se conded that in future the council.com mence their meeting 3.15 p,m. instead of 2.30 as heretofore. The discussion on this led Cr Daly to remark that it would . be far better for those who could not possibly spare the necessary time to attend to council business not to allow themselves to be appointed. Some were in favor .of a late meeting either at 6 p.m. or 7.30, but eventually Cr Vail's motion was put and carried. . PUBLIC ABATTOIRs. Cr Vail at some length gave particu lars as to the cost of the erection of public abattoirs. . He argued .that it was high time some steps, ...
Scraps. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 September 1888
A proposal has been made toincrease the streongth "'f the German navy The centenarl o*lebration of the birth of King Loulwig I of Rvaim wars ioaugursted at Manich on July 30 by the rirging of bell. and the plainor of bhnds etatianed on the towera of the baurhse., in all wbiob there wa" an early morning service. Betaile have been received of an eruption in th- Baodaisan volcanio region, fifty leagues from Yokohama. Nearly a thousand persons have perished, including a hundred vioilora to the Thermal Springs, and several villages have been destroyed. A fresh oraser bee been formed, and I. still asting up rooks and ashes De-patohes from Port-aa.Prleo anaoonece that the ineeadiary fires whiob oeourred there reoenily were origloatei by persona who wshb toaont General SaBomon from the Presidenoy of theb-epnbll. Three of the eoneirstore have bees exeened. It i added that many high "athorliles are nse. poetae of compilloty in the plot against the Presida?t.
The Lovers' Walk. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 September 1888
The L evss' Waa r . Come, darling, put you heb in mine, And les us roam together. That we may drink with quickened hearts Thb joys of summer weather. Fair little heead-dear, bus bead For ever some good doing Reos now within this earer palm, In sanction of my wooing. The lilies greet us, whiteand tall, Like sentinets on duty; The fair queen roses nod and beck At us from bowere of beauty. The odour of the new-mown hae, Nature's sweet breath, gives greetinlg As -town the roer lane we go, The walk so oft repeating. The blue skies bend above us, dear, to silsen benedietion, While earth and air and use declare That true love ls no fition. No darling I love Is very sweet F r frod hearts brought together, But swes*er stll it sems to us In smiling summer, weather. I now release tbis little hand As sunset shadows creep, love, And only pray that some glad day It may be mine to keep, love. -N-as. t A.IKuaban.
AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 September 1888
S'AGRIBCULTDBAL NOTES. The npotLa of bolth th farmer aTi rasg is lah neow ltar more seler thea Is realised by the pnabJe Tbei reinfall tine the begloaulg of the year h been unusually emall, aen the wond Ie how he pa?_? have managel to eary so. much stock through the winter. It is •everywhere noticeable that the grase has not been so meoh affected by the dry weather as the erops. At this senson of the year the wheat orope in the early distriots ought to be at least lit. high, yet what do we find ? Crops sown as far back as March and April are acarcely covering the ground. the young plants wearing quite a dwarfed and froastbitten appearance. Bome niee showers fell last week, about ?iJ. being registered in some places; but this has only been saufisent to the aoaface, and, unless more rain falls very soon, will damage the crops rather than otherwise, by attracting the roots along the swrfaoe soil in quest of the moilture, and thus expose them to the high and drying winds that have been ...
THE LADIES' COLUMN. FASHIONS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 September 1888
'THE LADIES' ' COLUMN. FASHIONUiOb'STE DAY. There I? a plaitures 'itbe Frenoh A s ' sallery of the. Cetennial Exhibit on that shows Napoleon the Great, wito the Em prees Jsephlne and tle ladies of the cours. at Malinaistn. TMs picture should be of special' intereus pesa now,- when we are told that we are to have a revival of the dress of the time of tht Empress Josephine. The Empress aed ebar Iadtea Wear gowns that are shorter wal?ted and more deatimto of skirt trimming th?a anything in the way of "E mpire" -dresea that have yet appeared in our 'midt, but there is no doubt that the .sohioanseof. the early part of the pre sent century are coming Into favour. T'he .loog-handled parasols with gold and silver tops, which one so otten ees in the st,eets; the short waisted sownas that '.appear at balls and other festivitlioe; the directoire 'coat and the qualot " Empire" flaring-trimmed hats and bonnets--all tell the same s:ory. Before long we shall probably think a waist below the arm pi...
THE YOUNG FOLKS. MY PLUCKY BOY TOM, OR, SEARCHING FOR CURIOSITIES IN INDIA FOR MY SHOW. CHAPTER XXIII.—(CONTINUED). [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 22 September 1888
MYt PLUOKY BOY TOM;, ?INDIA FWO 'MY SHOW. I ft P.T. Bawwroxt CWiici'T X tUI - (Co' irur.nl. I notltethatJed hem brought back a coil of rope with him,' said Tom, looking at he -article wthch the native had Bung on the Agrouod near thee ge. ' Iaske lhsmtodo o. Islwa canry a lott strong eord with me; but itwe eapeet to gather as many culositiei is Mt..Barnum wants to 'd', we shall have need of that rope. and prohbbly more beitdee.' ' What is it Jed Is ailling that so Interests the others ?' The meaenger had iled bin bore. to a sapling near? ny, -and was .addnsiig he fri'ouds in Hindustani-they listening ro in. tently that it was evident be had something eatrsordinary to relate, Mr. Godkln's knowledge of the native tangue enabled him to eatch the r?n of Jede words, though many expressions were not clear. ýfu g'gg SLei him finish answrring their questions, he said, stepping back beside Tom, "and then I'll take him in band. He can talk Eaglish well enough to make everything clear to us. -...