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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 29 September 1888

STANDARD MUTUAL BUILDING SOCIETY. Shares, A25, . Entrance feee, 1s. per share President-James Smith, Esq. Vice-president-Edwin Exon, Esq. Treasurer--Angell Ellis,;-Esq.. Committee-Thomas Stead, Esq.; J, Greig, Esq,: A. W. Marston, Esq., 3,P.; A. Larard, Esq. ; D. Sangster, Esq. ; T. Smith. Esb.: T. W. Swiudley, Esq.; J. Zeveinhboon, Eq,,. J.P.'; M. L. Stodart, -Esq. Solicitor-Montague Cohen, Esq. (Messrs Parey, Wilson and Cohen), Table B.-Showing the payments per calen dar month (principal and interest), for a ,loan. of, £100. No. of 1 Monthly... I Total Am-, I Interest for the years I Repaiyments I ount rapaid I whole term Two. 44100 I £108120 I0- 8120 Four.. I 2 810 117 40 17 40 Six .. .1 16 0 126 000 2 0 Eight . , 1 8 t 13000I 36 00. Twelve 1 1 8 I. 0ee 0 6 0 0 Under the above table the Society is prepared to lend three-fourths of the value ef approved securities, and in special cases a larger proportion. . , Borrowers have the privilege of paying off at any time, without notice,...

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BLACK BLOOD: A PECULIAR CASE. BOOK II. CHAPTER XIII. IN HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 29 September 1888

• JL;!AiOKJ. BLOOQD: S A PEOULIAR' CAgE. .tBr GBORGB MANVILLEFBBNN, " uthorot ' The at steft the Ceremonies, '• . ' -:.:The Parson ofDamford,' Bto. ' BOOK II. S'i: OHAP'RR XIII. i- r nospOrAL, I -'blive he'feels like a father to all the '1haps ap s eson as they're ill,' said Jack Shompson to Dick, as they both salnted the . o no11,J! who passed them rapidly in company with Captain Mller, and made his way to the 'bopital where Rob lay insensible upon the n'rrosw truokle bed in the whitewashed Zoom 'Well, doo or,' he sald, after giving a 'Pleasant greeting to the neat, grey, elderly woman who was playing the part of nurse. 'and who drew back to the o:her side of the * wOOm. SWell, colonel, very ugly case, said the daoctor 'Now, my dear Miller, said the doctor, as 'th colonel went to the bedside and stood iazing down on the ghastly facn of the young 1 -erol', up 'a which the ashy haes of death seemed gathering, while the eyes looked sunken and strange-' my dear Miller, did E :aon eaer ...

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THE LADIES' COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 29 September 1888

• : "L.1t 1ES' COLUMN. BY VIVA. 'A study of Eng tah jcurnal during the asst fe.w years shows that a great change hu? asken place in the manner to which EnghI b d?ipers conduot their businees. Weoi et n all trades there ii a tendency to divide labor, and to trati wo. kers for particular boh?ches, this system ot specislieing die -spoator when the guode are ready for nao. I-rapera' shops are no longer establiehmente o-ty the purchase of wearing apparel only. imt'emportums where drapery, furniture, jewellery, patendware, boots and shoes, Sbthat -large class of artioles known w '"fancy goods," and toys, can be Parchoead. The advantages of having all thnga necessary for a household and its 'rembers under one roof are manifold. It Ts** the 'ime and strength of the pur shaser, and it enab:ea her to make every ?ablng harmonies in her house, carpets. e?rtains, china, and gowns. T'he mark: d Improvement in house furnishing that has -taken place of late is probably due to the ?.aovation of havi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 29 September 1888

, N'i.;Auctioneers and Estate)Agents. B ranch Office HORNE STREET, ELSTERNWNIOK ".o,: 'Auotion SBales Conducted. inTown ori _'" RENTS COLLEOTF D. ~ Agents for the Federal Buildin' Societ:': I, : WE h?ve several Brick and Weatherboard Villas and Cottages to: Let and for. ald in the immediate neighbourhood. Also Allot ments ofLand for sale in the best positionis W $O,'Q7 oinEilsyTerm5. V-',J4 Full Particulars inay- bo obtained at the, ' b jr . Office as above.....;: R. SEARLE E oi Iocal Manager.. SEAR .STE:VENSON Land, Estate, & :Finance Agents. N TO LEND. : Sales'Dnring 18s8 64ei'6,looot t0. --Owners Having.PROPERTIES FOR SALE Should Send Particulars;- - PATENTS REGISTERED. ;INVENTIONS, S . PROTECTED.: . ., I.M PERIAL. O HAMB.E;RS? BANK PLACE O 78 COLLINS ST. )EST, CITY. COHN MURRAY, ,,. , HOUSE:, AND: ,LAND: AGENT, NORTH-'; ROAD,/ :i i (Betw en Asling 'and Cochrane satreets), . ,NORTH.- BRIGHTON..: i [TAS Properties For Sale and- To Let, eI situate in Brighton, .Elsternwick,...

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OAKLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. Thursday, Sept. 20. Present: Crs Wilson (president), Lavidge, Leonard, Armstrong, Binns, Wilkes, Taylor and Beggs. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 29 September 1888

OAKLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL, •:. v. ~Thursday,.Sept. 20. ?:,asr Preseiit: "Cis Wilson (priesidenit), Lay. idgo, Leonard, Armstrong, Binas, .1 :lkes,,.Tdylor and Beggs., CORRESPONDENCE. Fromn?:lr. Henderson-; secretary= of the Municipal Association, stating thatt tho i ext imIectin wivould be 'ield on ;the 27th. inst.-The President was,ap pointedto attend. From the 7Treasury'Department in timating.that the government suplsidy" for.Oakleigh amountoito £662 hs'lld: -Received. From'thlie Borough l of Flemington, asling .the co operation of the Oak leiigh shire council in the removal lof !the abattoirs, &o:-Received. From the -Post and. Telegraph De partment, stating thait it would be too expa~nsivoeto granv the; coucession of the loose bag asrequested. The addi tional cost would "'be'£44.-Received, several councillors expressing their supriso as it was intended to benefit parties living immediately beyond the present bounds. An intimation was -thrown-out-to interview-the-Postmas ter-...

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CAULFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. Thursday, Sept. 13. Present: Crs. Ballantyne (president), Cotton, Griffin, Grimwade, Hart[?]e, Hamilton, Le Page, Long, Looker and Stephens. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 29 September 1888

;CAULFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL, Thursday, Sept. 13. Present Crs ?'Ballantyne;(president); Cotton, Griffin, Grimwade, Hart.e, Hamilton, Le Page, Long, Looker and Stephens, y COIRESPONDENCE. From several residents complaining of the disgraceful state of a right-of~. way near what is knownsvAs'.YicLoria Terraice.-After some discussion it was decided to enforce the. conditions of the Health Act. From'Dr.Ir'wif the liealth officer to the shire asking for an increase in his salary.-Agreed to £10 10s per quar ter being the- amount of the increase. From Cr Cotton tendering his re signation as a member of the public .works .coqluittee, he assigning as a reasontlia> lie had all along strongly condemned the principle which allowed a section of the council to transact such imporetant,,business. He was in favor oflthe publio iworks comnmittee being composed of the whole council. -The resignation was after some con. siderable disadirsip zint entertained: TIlE GARDEN VALE ESTATE A very lengthy discus...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 29 September 1888

_OMING 'EVENTrS AST THEIR SHA SIý" 'DOWS1BEFORE THEM? --." f The Springtoft1888rwill, it is contem plated, be an: era never to be forgotten. Sypticatesi:audnSpecnlators;ar.efeagerly se curing blocks of land in every available suburb for sub-division, but only. a few really eligible sites are to be obtained. The appetite forisecuring;allotments in good lo calities, either, for speculation or family investments,'isirapidly increasing. Money judiciously invested in land is like the wool on the. sheep's .back, : growing in value while you are sleeping. EXCURSION LAND SALES. In Spring will ratdlk among the Saturday's recreations, whereby business can be com bined with pleasure, hence.the necessity for thli??s'h tie~'lert'for 'ood Ltib-division al properties, or those who have estates 'to dispose.of,; to. embrace this. golden oppor tunity," aIid' leave&'their 'ins`tructions with the manager of the:?' PROPERTY EXCHANGE, QUEEN-ST. GREIG"aid MlURRAY LIMITED. List of faluablePROPERTIE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 29 September 1888

- P R O S P 'O 'TU U . Of the Coburg & Campbellf8lldLand .Company Linited. !0 BE BlGiSgaREt UIDEoR ?HE CMnPAJIU?8' Oljhitao £1,000,000, in 200,000 Shares of £5 each. The first slesu, now offered to the public, Is 100,000 share., of which 50,000 will be taken, paid up to 83 per share, by the Vendors of the properties to be purchased by the Company, in part payment of the parahase-money, leaving 80,000 to be sub eoribed for by the publio in the following manner: 2u. ed per share on Application, Sa. per share on Allotment,. And 2u. Od per share monthly ontil • * , per share is paid up. It is not anticipated that any farther calle will be reqired but sbhould any be made they will not exceed S2. 6d. per share, or be at itlervals of less than Two normas NO Preferential or Promoters' ' Shares will be Issued Al =ohares will be allotted according to ol fit t of applicton, the eMrler applicatious tc ving the fullest alotameat, TEMPORARY OyPIoo On T 0U 0OMPANY: NemierBuildings 54oonl n...

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SHIRE OF CAULFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 29 September 1888

"SHIRE OF 'CAULFIEL.D. Caulfield, a suburban municipal township, with telegraph station, say. ings ;aibhin post aind money ordoier office, 6' miles south-east of Melbourne, thr6ugh which- the LBrighton Beach, Gippeland, and MIordialloc lines of: railway.phss, makiig it tlitausaccessible to fMelbourne from several points. 'There are' also 'buses running: at short intervals along Glen Huntly road from Elsternwick sation 'to- Gleni HFintly, fares 3d each vay, another 'bus runs from Windsor station, calling at Bala-; clara, to:the Calfiolhl sliireo hall;faies Gd and 3d, according to the distanFce The.suburh is,pleasan t.and Phalthy anid during the past year or two has dso inci eased :;in: importance, that .it; smay be said to be a leading sublurb. It lies between .the 'municipalities iof Prahran, St. Kilda; Malvern, Brighton, Oakleigh and Moorabbin, and posseskes many picturesquie spots.' Its contour iis 'of, a i g~itly umdndlating charac?ei;' and many extensive anrd commanding views-of...

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THE LEADER. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, SEPT. 29, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 29 September 1888

THE LEADER. frl ro ATO LL. SSATURDAY, SEPT. 29, 1888. The Re-distribution of Seats Bill .was on Tuesday evening last under the consideriation of tlie Legislative 'Assembly.; The Premier moved the second reading of the . measure in a speech of an hour and a half's duration, listened to attentively, but without any indication of enthusiasm from the , Government supporters.' The Premier was followed by Mr, Munro and Sir Bryan O'Loghlen. To them Mr. Pearson replied, and the debate was adjourned, on the motion of Mr, Bent, until Tuesday,. on. the understanding that the house would proceed with the estimates in committee of supply that night and' Thuiirsdy.'" The great majority are content to abide by the. general principles of the Government scheme, but they say the Bill will require amendment in committee. The Government, Mr. Gillies stated, had been induced to take the subject up in consequence' of 'the 'nimerous dis paraties that. had been created in many electorates, owing in come ca...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 29 September 1888

Colleges and Schools,-&e. - MISS SPYER, late of Toorak, certifi cated pupil of Madame Madeline Schiller, is now prepared to resume tuition in Music at her own or pupils' residence. Terms on application, "Embden," Landcox street, North Brighton, near the residence of the' on. Thos. Bent, M.L.A. Special Advertisements. EDWARD W. HUBBARD, HOUSE; -LAND : ESTATE AGENT, 17 Rothschild Chambers, 47 COLLINS STREET WEST;, Desires to call. attention. to' the following Eligible Properties:- Brighton (Middle). Close to Baths and pier; 6 minutes walk from stationi;.12 marine residence sites, each allotment 51 x 189 to 12ft': right-of-way. 'Capital line for builder. :. Brighton. .Grosvenor street, 3 Choice Allot ments. Caulfield. North road estate, adloining sta tion; North road grand business site; villa sites in Orange; Lilliniur, Katandra, Leila and Ulupna roads, good depths. ` Caulfield. 'Edward'street, Kambrook Park Estate. Allotments close to station and tram. Fine high land. Caulfie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 29 September 1888

,. - ? .": z :.S. " .t "." .?S" i f" ;- . ..al.Advcrtise ients PAnLoT 'ANDI WOODMASON, 1; 0 - Chapel Street, ..10, :.. P RAI-RAN, T.:TWO, DOORS 'NORTHT OF COFFEE TA?VERN. CHEAPEST FURNITURE WAREHOUSE , ' -- IN South Yarra, Prahran, Windsor and St. Kilda. How to Furnish a 3-roomed Cottage for 4i2 1-2._ for net cn.ah: Dining-roonl Colonial Sofa, with Squab and .Bolsters ... 1 7 6 Cedar Chiffoniere Safc, Polished 1 (i 0 Six Cane Chairs ... ... ... . 0 Round Table . ... . ... 6 Table Cover ... ... ... 0 5 G Fender and Irons ... ... 0 12 6 Maittingto cover room ... 130 U Hearth Rg, .. 6 6 Cornic Polo and Biackets 0j:... 0:11 6 Slip Mat ... Bedroo . 1 6 Bedroo . Fnall-size Beadstead... · . '" 1 10° 0 Palliasses' : £'11 0 Full-sized Flock MatitFtrs' ... 0 18 6 Flock Bolster . ... 6 0 Fwo Flock Pillows ... 0?o 4?'0 Wash Stand, with Towcl lail 09" 0 ??G6 Dressing Table ... ... -0., 8 O Full-size Tollet Set: i; 0..._.... 0o 10 One Cano Chair ..... ... 0.4 o Toilet Ghiss':" 70 5 "0 Table .. . ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 29 September 1888

Special Adlvcrtiscements. BARKLY & PARLIAMENT STREETS BRIGHTON. WM. CLARK, CONTRACTOR For Asphalting Lawn Tennis Courts, Garden Paths, Verandahs, Yards, Workshops, &c., &c. &c. FENCING, CARTAGE, & PLOUGHING. T8" ON SALE :-Metals, Rubble, Screenings, Bricks, &c. J. R. BAVINTON, B3OOTMAKER, POINT NEPEAN ROAD, North Brighton. DUNLOP - N D EDWARDS Are now making their First Show of New Spring and Summer DRAPERY In Mantles and Millinery. Dress Goods in Silk and Woollen Fabrics. Prints, Zephyrs, Embroidered Robes, White and Colored, in Great Variety' New Hosiery, New Gloves. Ladies' Underclothing. Parasols, Umbrellas, Cretones, Lace Curtains Linen Damasks, Table Cloths and Napkins. Splendid Value. They have also coming forward, during this and next month, their usual shipment of novelties for the season. FIRST CLASS Dress and Mantle Making. Men's Tweeds and Coatings. Shirts, Collars. Ties, Braces, Hats, &c. First Class TAILORING. Not...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 6 October 1888

Gaeallorn, Bathn, Lavatorios. Large eoonsinmento just opened up, with all latoil Improvements and of approved de aigne. John Donke and Son. 42 only Bourke Ltreet wret, Melbourne.-(ADVr.) The caliper eompaee, whereby the bore of anton, small arms eto., is meaaured, la -?ald to have been lnvented by an ardlfloer of •xremberg in 1510, The beet aeht in the army for 1887 la private J. Ashoroft, 2nd. Lanoanhlre Fulellilcr. Oat of a psuible emoro of 800 points he made 271-an avorage of three and a half points per ahot. OIURRAY' FLUID MAGOBSIA to prt?lunlarly oneflolal as a pleasinlg edative and apellent to al asee of irritation and ?sldity of the stomach, ras iltolerly drinng pregnancy, febrile complaints, ih lentile disorveas, or ab· ellknces. It rpeodly? removte neartburn sold ?anctatUons, or lrrogula diglltion. It nevul maill o compobo the ltomnoah in a lew minoial iter say e?loes. LA a lotion for the month It sweetens the breath, and the Magnesel clears the teeth from tartar. MURBAY'A ...

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WOMEN'S BUSTLES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 6 October 1888

WOMEN'S BUSTLES. How muoh tim, do .omen lose in the year by wearing busrles? An ongonions mansger of a shirt factory in Amerio,, who has issued a mandate against the wearing of bustles by his employds, justifies his draoo. laln law by the following oalonlation:- " A girl will arrange her bustle five times a day, ocoupying one minute's time -whenever she does so, and that wa.kes a loss of five minutes. When there are twelve girls it moans the loss of an .oar. Then tr ey will leave the shop five times more, which takes fie minutes each time. That makes twenty-five mionu e, ow, yon might say, half an hour. Twelvo girls., each losing half an hoa-, means a loss of eig hours, added to the bustle hour, makes seven. This means a groat deal of mony when you are paying the girls by the week. .iSven hours a day moans orty-two hours a week." Tokoug the bustle-wearing , opula' 4?on of London Bs one million only, the daily loss of time at this rate in London alone is .equal to more than fifty yea...

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THE LADIES' COLUMN. NEW MILLINERY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 6 October 1888

''E' LADIEB' COLUMN. (BYr VITA) .NIEW MILLINERY. Basnm charming pale colouus are seen on the new bonnets. There are greens that shade into blue; there ls the rose tint that bleads so perfeotly with mauve, and the tht greys that are scarooely distingulehable . frtm their garniture of white. These are all wonderfully efleotive, but they muso be wast by the right women. They are gaaer.lly bee sming to a blonde, unless, gided, she has a cumplexlon that flushes is warm weather; and oven then t'e pale dinta may be used on a bonn. I having a brim, provided the brim fran, a Lte tace suitably, and keeps the trylong asades well in the backglound. Besides ]~a~mire and "'modified' Empire bonnets, shoie are numberless charming examples of mhe small, close Princees bonnet, both In E?aw and milli,,ery composition. Th-re is a great variety of pretty and useful ba's mid.oannest, sai-able for the flue, brigtt days that-are not far off Amun.at the moat attractive of these are the bonnets of S-li- . ne...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 6 October 1888

Vlhy go Further ? Canton Tean Company, 116A Chapel street, Prabran, are Selling Choicest New Seaonson's Teas at is, is 3d, Is Od. is 9d and 2s per lb. and upwards. Iloxes, qnnrter.chests, half chests and chests at Greatly Reduced Rates. Special Notice. W. J. V. and Co., aro now making a Spe cial Show of all the newest designs in Cot-, ton Dress Goods and Nainsook and Fanoy Msslins dc.. A really choice lot at spoof. ally low prices. A first-class Dressmaker, kopt on the promises, W. J. VANCE and Co. 'CashDrapors, Day street, Brighton.

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FORTUNE TELLING IN FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 6 October 1888

FORIUND.TELLING.IN F1RANCE. " Fortone telling" is evidently (says the Paris correspondent of the "Daily Tele graph") a prosperous profeesion still is France, seeing that the will of Madathe Morean, the cartomanoienne, whose death was recorded the other day, has bee , "proved"-to use the English phrase. - under 600.000 francs, or L24,000 sterling. This was not assuredly a bad sum to have made simply uy telling empty-headed petites dames, nneophtsticated seamstreases, Ignorant servants, and gullible peasant wb men that when they turned up the kiLg of hearts they would be sure to get a good husband or ' protector" provided.the monarch's features appeared uppermosl; but that when the reverse was the case "rocks ahead" were to be apprehended-for it was out of this kird of nonsense that Madame Moreau was able to live comfortably on her rentee of which the interest amounted to L1,000 a year. The supposition is that the skiliul oartomanoienne was " well up" in the works of Etteila, who has ...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 6 October 1888

CRICKET. The Brighton Cricket Club open the season this atternoon with a match to commence at 2.15 against the Fitzrby Club 1st elevens at Brighton Beach. Team : Ballantyne, Beulke, Boxshall, Cochrano, Foy, Gregg, Lucas, Dunn, iu\enzies, Paterson, Smith, Stokes, and Thomson. Second elevens at the Drill room ground :; Corniwall, Everingham, Farries, Grout, Lawrence, Leonard, Ilouritz, Murdoch, McCay, Sullivan, Snow, Webb and Wilmot. The Hurlingham C. C. open the season this afternoon by playihg the Ellwood on the ground of the former, which will be represented by the fol lowing, to be on the ground not later thai' 2.4.5: Callo x (captain), Crook, Flout. W. Grundy, Jas. Oard, Hender son, Huntly, Overton, Rice, Turner and Weber; emergency,; Virtue. Brighton 3rd v. South: Brighton To be played this afternoon at;South Brighton. The following are requested to meet at 2.20 at North Brighton Station : Wright, Small,. MoLean, Mastin, Brock,Pye, .Walstab, Leonard, Watson, Stewart, Watson. Bri...

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CAULFIELD POLICE COURT. Monday, October 1. Before Messrs. Holland, Watts and Ballantyne, J's.P. UNREGISTERED DOGS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 6 October 1888

CAULFIELD POLICE COURT. Monday, October 1. Before Messrs. Holland, Watt '"and Ballantyne, J's.P. UNREGISTERED' DOGS. J. Richardson was proceeded against by S. G. Kent, shire inspector, for having two dogs on his premises they not, being registerbd.. Defendant denied the ownership and stated that since being served with the summons he had sent one away. . He was fin.l 5's with 2s Gd costs. A DANGEROUS PRACTICE. George Alpin was charged b? Con stable Jordan with leaving a danger ous obstruction without lights. The constable deposed that defendant had frequently been cautioned but took no notice thereoft He was fined £1i 'and cautioned against a repetition of the offence. . AWAY FROM HIS' HORSE. R. Mills, a carrier charged by Con stable Loorham With being aWay from his horse and vehicle was fined £1. FOUL-MOUTHED .OUSTOMERS: Charles Ruddings was charged'by Constable Jordan with making use of filthy and obscene language in a public place. The'evidence adduced was to the effert that late...

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