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THE FROZEN PIRATE. CHAPTER VII.—I AM STARTLED BY A DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 November 1888

{'¶' FROZEN PIRATE.; Meieyr w.cLR RULE IWSSELL, '? thn of ' The Wreck of the Groed?ior,' mo1o' [ay Maoud,' ' A Sailor's Sweat-. SCa VII:--I .x srananr?o A Dzs snc'' *. covenr. I thk6 neasy ppoture, despitoethe intonoos ll o 'I bntinnen d to slecp soundly during -t --'2ao t'part of the night. I" 'was. yiS by a horrid dream of some giant hape etalklmng down the slope of ice to seize =and' ur me, and sat up' trombling witli hoft?h tlitht was not a little increased bymy in"ttij' to 'recollect myself; and by my thetaoe' -coiving the canvas that covered .ao to be the groping of the ogre's hand over W eissi& the sail away and stood up, but .aTlnstiantly to sit again, my legs being terifcrmpead. A drink of spirits helped e. o;imy'blood presently flowed with brisk The moon ias in the west; she hung lir, red, sad distorted, and shed no light. . &'herfioiefltotiosi that waved in the sea I~alherike several lengths of undulating 'zd-hot?wire. My haven was still very s. tahijii-th...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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IS THE NAVY STRONG ENOUGH? AN INTERVIEW WITH LORD CHARLES BERESFORD, M.P. (PALL MALL BUDGET.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 November 1888

IS TITENAVY STRONG ENOUGH? AN I:NTERVIEW WITH LORD CHARLES"BERESFORD, M.P. (PrALL, MAL DOWETr.) Lord Charles Beresfotd has no intention of keeping silence as to the shortcomings of tile navy. Our representative caught him on the wing as it were, at 100 Eoston square, on a parsing visit to town between two grouse shooting excursions in the north. The inter view took place in Lord Charles's workroom. Overhead hung a nap scored with the tracks round the world, on the walls wero various engravings of tie more notable incidents in his aluventurous career. He paced backwards and forwards as if on his own quarter-deck, speaking with the rough, untutored eloquence that comes maturad to a num of great- nerve and. immense vitality who has been taken possHesLon of body and soul by a great idea. "Now," said Lord Charles Beresford per emptorily, " understand me that I will not have ia word said against the present board. iHy late colleagues have done a heap of good tlhiug.- They have worked away...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 November 1888

HEARLE, DIXON & CO., AUCTIONEER C J. H EARLE. C. J. HEARLE, M3ENTONE. S.. E. DIXON, 67 CHAN?ERY LAxK, IMEL GEO. KEYS, CIELTENIIHAM. Mentone, Cheltenham, 07 Chancery Lane, Melbourne. BOYD & CO., PRACTICAL TAILORS 11 ?MALVERN ROAD Near Chapel street, PRAHRAN. Fit, Style and Workmanship Guaranteed. Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing Done. Gentlemen's own material made up. Prices Moderate 4:-The Misses Hewitt, DR E S S.MAKEER S AND UN'DERCLOTHIER S BEG to intimate to the Inhabitants of Brighton and Moorabbin districts that they have removed to AGNEW STREET, where they will carry on the above business and hope by giving satisfaction' to merit a share of public patronage. Note the address: .-"Glen Leone," AGNEW STREET, (Near Point Nepean lid). NORTH BRIGHTON. John.Potter & Co., (Late James Mitchell), NSEWS AGENTS, BOOK SELLERS' andl STATIONERS, SKosky's Buildings, HIGH ST, MALVERN Beg to Inform the Inhabitants of Malvern Armadile, and Toorak that they have pur. chased ...

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MEN'S DRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 November 1888

MEN'S :DRESS. The subject of men's dress does not afford matter for any very extended criticism. On the whole, it can scarcely be denied that it fairly fulfils the threefold purposes of cover, warmth, and social distinction. It is trueio that this last is not as clearly or as. well marked as it should be. - I shall not easily forget the withering look with which I was favoured a short time ago at the Midland hotel, when I told a gentle man, faultlessly got up in evening dress, and therefore resembling a waiter, to show meo the way tothe dining-room. The othlier day the same "misfortune befel a well-known London wit. A. heavf but hideous swell coming info the hall from nuptairs, and, con cluding the wit 'was a waiter,` said-' Call me. a cab.' The gentlemanlooked him full in the face, and said deliberatly--' You're a cab.' ' What do you meai,,sirP Call me a cab.' ' I have called you a cab,' answered the wit, ' and will do it again if'you wish. I'm only sorry,' he continued,-cruelly su...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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LADIES' COLUMN. WEAR AND TEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 November 1888

IL'ADIES' COLUMN. Y, '..VA.' WEAR AND TEAR. The words "wear and tear," says a writer in 1ZI Queen, conjure up in the housewife's selad dismal thoughts connected with every - ronent of her household arrangements, as wrel- as in the wardrobes of her family; but :i lp time of the yearýmore particularly in "geiet to the lighter portions of furniture and deoaretions in rooms. After the process of "creling cloaning" complete, one is apt to leook aghast at the shahbiness of things which, before their removal for cleaning purposce, have perhaps been fondly imagined to be "as good as new." The shabbiness of larger por Mana of furnituro-such as carpets, curtains, elo.--ed only too apparent at all times, and one "ews very well the weak places, and quite eoogethes the fact that all must be replaced; ?at with all the lighter daperies with which we .Uw. hang our rooms, and drawingrooms in par. Koalar, their shabbiness come upon us by sur -prise. Probably they are nearly new, and wsit in place loo...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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A Substitute for Glass. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 November 1888

A Substitute for Glass. Glass in so cheap that it seems scarcely worth while to invent a substituto; but if the substitute is equally transparent, and at the same time unbreakable, we have an in vention that is worth attention.- ,. L. C. A. Ma1guerio, of the Boulevard St. Deuis, Paris, has obtained a patent for what he calls a novel vitreo-motalio material, suitable for glazing and for other purposes in placeo of glass, which material is said to be unbhrakable and transparent. It is made by inmeroin;g wiro ganre or metallic cloth-that formed of galvnnifed-iron wire being pre ferrcl-in a heated stato in a thin paste or liqumor formed of colbble glass, gelatine, or iainglass, and glycerine or glucose, in pro por?tieu which will vary according to the use to which the shoots or pance of the material are to be applied--ay, for examdoe, 10 to 16 percent.ofglyoerdinoorgluooe,an threm in ing 00 to 8t per onut. hsnug two-thirds gelatino and ono-third soluble glume. The shoets or pil'a? of wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 November 1888

Dante iua nd 8on'e Irrigoatinsg nnsinas. Muser. John Dunks and Tm, -12 fonrak street #.t. )Iclbourno, mre now mlore than over 46.Ung themsclvt a to this line of hooinooa. gidelr ]ionlto poump for hlormooworks is g Il zazpenolve, mid at btleaulOO mti me cojn1Ao 1r tilg u Iarfc x having eecura the oy oio on. IthmIOucs, t iioa unit Jetirten portablo ouglnes, Mreors. Dunkn and Szon s! ble to coinpad well for large Irrigathom + l te and, bdiina( thoouith -. l engioere thir l~oodn j ui _l o way upon. lar akr~ ntoele of a wvl Dpc1 'I ttgg alwm' u on1 and,-[Ai rr~ 'Gauliorar, Dathn, Lavatoriou. Largo cowdgnmlllud junt opined 11, with ill Intent imprvvcmczt nIull of oppIrovod do. olgnn. Johno Dnkn uand Non, 42L only Blourk otreot wot, Molbourno.-(Aovx'.) Toiniy-' Mamman, mo and Haudlo have boon playing doctor. I Just give her come biclldluo inIt o poon, and ehe blye down ond dice.: SIR F. BRAMWELL ON "NEXT TO-NOTHINGS." - The following are . the most interesting ipassages of Sir FrederickBra...

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Curiosities of Hymn Singing. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 November 1888

Curiosities of Hymn Siaging. The standard of our fathers for many years ,as ' Watts and Select,' with its hymns of self-examination, sorrow, and doubt; and yet the choirs and the singing schools did not -alwiys give us 'Complaint,' and 'Before Jehovah's Awful Throfe ;' they also gave 'Coronation,' !'Sholbnmce,' .' Boston,' , and' 'Majesty.' They sang the .more- joyful strains of;' Jeans. Shall Ieign Where'er. thbe. Sun,'. ; Strike othe "Cynbnl;' ' How- Lo?g, 'Dear Savioir, 6h"oi, o Io Long'P. 'Fly. Like a Youth al Hi't"or,?;'-'-`Whild , Shoh . WVatched TheirFlooks lsy Nigh,'. ' ouoid.the Idoud Timbrel o'er:E.gptsSDark Sea.' Thoy found relic! in fugueirig tunes that. often gave a most startling effect-' And take thy Pil-and toake thy pil-and take thy pilnm home.' ' And in the pi-and in the pi-nid in the pious he delights.' ' And learn to kiss-and learn to kiss-and learn to kiss the rod.' ' Stir up this stu-stir up this stu-stir up this stupid heart.' -'And more eggs-and more eggs-and...

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THE HORRORS OF A RUSSIAN CONVICT SHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 November 1888

THE HORRORS OF A .RUSSIAN CONVICT- SHIP. Furnished with thenecossary persit from the port authorities (writes the Odessa cor respondent of the )aily Np?rs), I was enabled recently to inspect the internal arrango. melts of the Russian convict transport Nizhni-Noogorod, which sailed hence with 460 criminal deporfes for the Russian penal island of Saghalien. The Nizhni Novgorod is na iron stemnerof about 3 800 tons burtlhen, and is epecially fitted as a convict transport. With a full complement or con victs the vessel carries 652. The officors and crew number eighty, exclusive of a marine convoy escort of sixty-two men, specially chosen for thisduty. Thoiron-barredeompartments, or cages, in which the convicts are confined run fore and aft, on either side the upper and lower 'wween-decks. The iron bars, an inch thick, of these cages and the wood work in which they are set are -heavily and solidly con structed. The cages are of unequal capacity and length, but have a uniform height of 7....

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SOME GREAT WALKERS. (EVENING STANDARD.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 November 1888

SOME GiEAT WALKERS. (s?nmani wrASTANDA. : As one of the healthiest and most pleasant recreations, walking has never failed to find enthusiastic advocates amongst theo most emi nent men in all classes of society. How many an over-taxed brain has sought this mode of reposeo; and, in throwing aside the shackles of daily routine, fully'realised the truth of these words: The elastic spring of an unwearied foot, That play of lungs, inhaling and agam lcespiring ferely the fresh air, that mislee Swift panc or steep ascent no toil. Perhaps one of the most remarkable walkers of this day was Professor Wilson, or, as he is generally known under his familiar pseudonym of Christopher North. Ho possessed a time physique, and this, coupled with a strong activity of character, impelled him at times to perform the most extraordinary feats. Thus the Burns Festival was an occasion which in spired him with enthusiasm, and induced him to walk seventy miles to be present at a moot ing which "he electrifie...

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GRACE BROS., (ALLAN GRACE WILLIAM GRACE.) House, Land, Estate and General Commission Agents [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 November 1888

GRACE BROS., ' ALLAN? GRACE W hILLIAM GRACE. House, iand, Estate and General Commission Agents AuctionSalesarranged. Loans negotiated. Fire and Life Insurances effected._ Books'auditedaud posted. Rents cull ote d Estates managed. List of Properties for Sale. Brick Villa, 8 rooms, High srreot, 50 x 120., Corner Block, Highbury Grove and High ,street, beast corne. in street, 50ix 120. : pe £30 per f it. Spanhd _BIok;§i alvern, Humeo street S77 07,' "£20perft;.. Terms. Building allotment, Malvern, Clarendon street, 40 x 107 ft. £20per ft. Terms. Grand Block, Cheltenham, Cavanagh street 2 acres, £250 per acre. North Road, Leopold street, land, 40 x 142 ft. 5 minntes from station, £2 5s. per ft. North Road, Albertstreet, land, 40 x 142, 5 minutes from station, £2 5s. per ft. Model W.B. villa. Highbury 'Grove, 5 rooms.coach-house, stable,. and every modern convenience, .land, 29 x 150 ft. to a right-of-way. Sacrifice, £550. W.B. House, Highbury street, nearly new _5 rooms and every conven...

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PROPERTY SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 November 1888

.PROPERTY SALES. Messrs. Buzzard and Co. report the first sale by auction on Saturday of the "Mlooeoe Ponds Estate. on behalf of Mr. L'hos. Bent, M,L.A., in conjunction with Martin and Graham,, M'Clure, Valantine and Co. and Tadgell Bros. 'The frontages to Mount Alexander-road realised up to £45 10s. per foot; the frontages to Brunswick-read realised £10 to £8 per foot; to Dickens-street, from £7 Is. to £7; to Wordsworth street, from £7 to £6 10s.; to Addison and Filson streets, from £7 lls. to £6 10s. Sixty-one lots wore offered and sold, realising a total of £40,140 2s. 5d. MIesrs. Grigg and Kimuberley report the following recent - sales of prop erties :--Houso and land, Cambridge street, Colliugwood, £-50; 2 houses, Mark-street, North Fitzroy, £840; 42 acres of land, North Coburg, £12,532; 10 allotments of land, Audley Estate,. i~oreland, £1366 18s; allotments of land, Anketol Estate, Coburg, £2170; allotment of land, corner King WVill-' Jam and Youngrst'eets, Fitzroy, £426 13s. ...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 November 1888

CRICKET. North Brighton v West Melbourne, (for Sports depot cup). This match for the above Cup was concluded on i Saturday .last, when the West AMel- I bourne won by 99 runs. Spedding 21 an~di13, £Moon 1 and 24, and McDowal 8:?,. ",' hatted'well'ýor the North, as. did'H, ,Christian P.' Barry for the winners;, Subjoined asse the scores: WVest M1elbourne 1st innings:--~W. Christian.b. McDowal 7, H. Christian b. Spedding 7, D. Reid b. Spedding 3, J. Brown b Spedding 6, H. Amus b Spedding 7, E. Brekford c b Spedding 0, J. Steel c b MoDowal 21, J. Dal glish b McDowal 25, P. Barry b Mc Dowel 29, J. Heron b McDowal 0, J. WVilkie (not out) 3, sundries 3 total 107. 2nd. innings :-W. Christian (not out) 61, H. Christian b Spedding 1, D. Reid l.b.w. b Spedding 2, J. Brown c b Spedding 0, H. Amus b Spedding 0, E. Brekford c b Float 13, J. Steel c b Spedding 0, J. Dalglish b Spedding 2, P. Barry c b Float 8, J. Heron b Mc Dowal 1Q, J. Wilkie b McDowal 15, sundries 3, total 115. Bowling an aqysis...

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BRIGHTON LIBRARY DEBATING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 November 1888

BRIGHTON LIBRARY DEBATING CLUB. The members of te above club met oa Thursday evening of last week, J. Webb Esq. (vice-president) occup)ie the chair. Dr. Sprigg moved and Mr. A. H. Hayball seconded that the meet ing adopt the following resolution and that it be comnmunicated to Mr. Lis ter :-That we the members of tihe Brighton Library Debating Club, hear ing with great regret that the state of our Presidents health necessitates his trying the remedy of a sea voyage, de sire, on the eve of his departure to Europe, to convey to Mr, Lister the heartfelt expression of our deep gran. itude for the many kind services he has so generously rendered in connec tion with this club, together with our heartiest sympathies and sincerest hopes that his projected trip may have the desired effect of entirely restoring his health, and that we beg Mlr. Lister to accept from us this evening, as a slight token of our esteem, this ansu riihce of our best wishes for his enjoy mTont of.:a ljeasant and prof...

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MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 November 1888

MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL. Present :-Crs Clarke" (president), Robinson', _Edsall,' Heywood, Loing-, bottorn, ?-.Iercer, McKinley and I Benson ., 1 CORRESPONDENCE. -, From the Shire of Booronda agreeiiig 1 to jointly contribute with the Shires of Malvern and Oakleigh in improving 4 the .gradients in Boundary-road. Received. From W. Cruikshank, Shire Valu atorasking for increased remuneration for his services which had greatly in creased since last year. He reported be was progressing as rapidly as he could, and was very agreably sur prised at the rapidlyadvancing strides of the shire.-Not entertained. The remainder of the correspondence was of a merely formal character. MONETARY. The Rate Collector reported having collected rates since last meeting, amounting to £37 16s leaving still outstanding a sum of £143 3s. Received. FIRE BRIGADE QUARTERS. The president presented plans and specificatioris for the proposed new Fire Brigade room, which were re ceived and adopted, 'and the architect i...

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OAKLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15. Present:—Crs Wilson (president), Binns, Beggs, Taylor, Willis and Armstrong. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 November 1888

OAKLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15. Present :-Crs Wilson (president), Binns, Beggs, Taylor, Willis and Armstrong. CORRESPONDENCE. From the Shire of Boorondara, stating that the Malvern Shire Coun cil suggest an additional expenditure of £150 at the works on Boorondara road to improve the gradient south from Mr. Smith's house, and metall ing the hill, the cost to be equally borne by the bodies interested.. This council will agreje to ; the'l above mentioned expenditure on receivlln your consent.--O'ithe motion of Cr. Willis seconded by Cr. Taylor, it was decided to co-operate'in the proposed work. From Messrs Strongman and Craw ford, solicitors, stating that they were instructed by the Oakleigh and Fern Tree Gully Tramway Co. (Limited), now being registered to inform the council that the, company desires to apply to the Governor-in-Council on behalf of the shires of Oakleigh and Berwick for an order to construct a tramway from Oakleigh to Fern Tree Gully the said council's...

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BRIGHTON TOWN COUNCIL. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 November 1888

BRIGHTON TOWN COUNCIL. MoNDAY, NOVEiERa 12. Presen-t -- rs Bent '(nmayori, 'Buirows,, Francis, Hamiltion Hun ly, 'Munro aud'Walstab."' '' }''" ' CORBESPONDENOE. From Messrs Lynch and -McDonald' onr belialf of Mr Nuttall, statiing that he wG~~ prepared unider' certain' con ditions to malke a paititiod wiall to' the shop built by him over the Corporation drain in Bay steet.-Referred to Public' Works.Committee. 'From 'W: 'McPherson asking ,the? council to grant him permission to erect a verandah in front of his premi ses in'Clhiiucli~street.-Granted, under the usual conditions. , ;? From Mr Darvall, hon. sec.. of the Brighton- FreeLibrary, stating? with reference to the councils offer of 4s 3d each for'100 .chairs, their committee' could not accept. that offer ..but would take 4s 9d eich for the'numbei" stated; -On the motion ' of Cr -B`% uowe, seconded by Cr '.Hamilton 'it was de cided to purchase the chairs at the price named . s, of .e , .From the hon. sec.n.of the Brighton Presbyte...

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CHELTENHAM POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16. Before:— Mr C. Shuter, P.M., and Mr Brown J.P. ATTEMPT TO COMMIT MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 17 November 1888

CHELTENHAM POLICE COURT. _o_ FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16. Before:-Mr C. Shuter, P.M., and Mr Brown J.P.   ATTEMPT TO COMMIT MURDER. William Thos. Bury (on remand) was charged by Constable Glenny with shooting at Mrs Kraft with intent to murder on the evening of the 6th inst. Sergeant Ryan conducted the prose- cution, and prisoner was undefended. Annie Kraft, wife of W. Kraft, residing at Mordialloc, deposed that on the evening of the 6th inst, she was returning from Flemington race- course by the train arriving at 7.45, in company with her mother-in-law, and left the platfrom to proceed home. When within 50 yards from the house prisoner rushed out and fired a revolver at her. She cried out, "I'm shot," and help arrived. Was quite sure it was prisoner who fired the shot. In answer to questions front accused, witness said she recognised a letter produced as in her handwriting, know him when she was in her brothers service. Marth Ann Palmer, mother-in-law of previous witness, corr...

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MALVERN POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17. Before Messrs Eccles and Edsall J's.P INSULTING BEHAVIOR. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 24 November 1888

MALVERN POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17. Before Messrs Eccles and Edsall J's.P INSULTING BEHAVIOUR. Alexander Wright was charged by Constable Wilsoncroft with assaulting Allan Gourley on the 3rd inst. in the Railway Hotel. The evidence adduced by complain ant corroborated by two witnesses wont to prove that defendant without any provocation struck complainant and knocked him down twice. Several previous convictions having been proved, accused was fined £3 with £2 2s costs, in default 14 dlays. TIIE READY NEEDFUL. Verdicts with costs amounting to 26s each were given Lindsay v. Fitz simmons for £13, and Hunter v Thwaite £11, also without costs, Shire Council of Malvern v Gtorgo Lansfield for rates amounting to £2 10s. REFUSAL TO COMPLY. Mr Ilossitur applied for an order to sell a beast he had impounded, but as the owner did not appear, the bench ruled that suflicient notification viz. 72 hours not having been given they could not comply with the request.

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BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23. (Before Messrs. Wilmott and Sprigg, J's.P). A RUFFIANLY FELLOW. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 24 November 1888

BRICHTON POLICE COURT. -o- FRIDAY, NovEmiMBER 23. (Before Messrs. Wilnott and Sprigg, f J's.P). A RUFiFIANL.Y V ILLOW. Fred. Nenagle was charged by e Constable Holland with making use t of obscene language in the Point r Nepean-road on the 20th inst, with in the hearing of passers-by. He was c alse charged with insulting behaviour outside the bar door of the Exchange Hotel. Mr Stephens junr appeared for the defence. Constable Holland deposed that at about a quarter past eight o'clock on the evening of the 20th inst, accused came out of ir Clarke's shop in the Point Nepean-road and made use of certain foul expressions (copy handed in it writing) in so loud a tone as to be heard distinctly by him, although he (witness) was on the opposite side of the road. The nearest person at the time would be Mr Clarke, who was in the shop and distant about 6 yards. Thereowere a number of persons passing along the street at the time, but none were in the company of ac cased. Some short time afterwa...

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