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

SNervito. Relieves Toothace instanatly, and prevents its recurrence by forming a Substantial Stopping. It is far superior to any other preparation Sole Makers: J. H. NIEHrAN &, CO CHEMISTS - LAN' ,DENTISTB. Church Street iddle righton. N.B. -Artificial Teth and all other Dental werk performed-at all hours. KAdiR7 FURNITURE ! .FURNITURE ! JIOJQUSE 5 - COMPLETELY FURNISHED - .2 i£15-i-F(IOM-$15 P - TIME PAYMENTS TAKEN. SLargest and Best Stock outside SMelbourne. t Bedding Re-made, Furniture Re-upholstered- &-Repaired, 3i Ait-ModeraIt Prices. SJENKINS & WILLIAMS, 57 CHAPEL STREET, SPRAHRAN. ,T T O N... .E S, I FAMHILY UTCHER, (Established 1804.) CORNER OF B3ROADWOOD & DRUM MOND STREETS, OAKLEIGH. Small Goods- of every description fresh daily. Prime C ,rned Beef. Pickled Pork, Ox Tongues, etc. Faaniliesi wait.d' on' -for a oi're and supplied wvith I} ta gif Best ;Quality oni Most ite isonable ternms 1 a i r t. ,e;' C 9AN.,:A - G`N I RANT s Surveyors, 3i T...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MUNICIPAL SEVERANCE THE PROPOSED BOROUGH OF ELSTERNWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 February 1888

IMUNICIPAL ,SEVERANCE THE PROPOSED BOaououI OF ELSTErsN WICR. A nuueroutely a tended mureting if the housteholders . f Iflsternwck living within the: Bright "n. St. . Kilda and Caulfield hbondaries. was. th.ld last 1Vednes lay Cvetiiig iii tihe tempoirary- state suhoot building at Sr. Clement- church -resel v-, to take int counsider..tion the propriety of severance from the Towii of Brighton,. the Borough of St. Kilda and the Shire of Cauitlfield, and create a separate tuni cipality. Mr F. 'T Sarstnod, M.L.C., occupied the chair, and the Mayors of Brighton agid St. Kilda and a tnumher of cout.cillors holding meats in the three municipalities named were also present'. The chlairman who' on assuming his )position at the table was vociferously cheered stated that when waited ipotn and asked to preside at the meeting, he. agreed to do so oiln the ditinct under. standing that his presence would not be takenas a proof that he thoroughly sup ported the movement as he had not had an opportu...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY FEB 10TH. Before:—Messrs Bent. Jameson, Allen, Moss and Walshe, Js.P [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 February 1888

IBRIGHTON POLICE COUtLT.t .FIDAY FEt u1OTg. Before :- vIasrs Betts. J.unesou,- Allen; I o, Loýasad ýoValshe, JaPI INEBltATES. :f flilis Grimubley, J. S-ith iti du i O'oarellIrtuirl dirunuk ,and dis ardley w-re tined 10s each. The. latter was mlso charged wtyh .. ing * e ause os lisgit uiuni lI g~..IpuhIblii dce. ' The ullistuse was fully irovd hvily C T .-aule H lland and defendant who pleaded guilty was til. -i £5 it clef. uIt cila iuinth iuprisunent IDLE AND 'DISORDEt.Y:PEtSON. , -eGyrige Psrker, wh presoet diL ade hateitou lekiung appe.1aratce Iwas cllarxed by Cotnstahle I.Ilatind with nteit on tile: ,pr.(uise' of Mr. C. Later, iaiy street without any. lawful excuse, o r Tuesday last. Th: coinstable stated that he:- saw tin cniused coiuing nut of the gate of Mr Lsters - hius." ft that Leaston dtittd whin qu stiotned he said he-had go et in to g-t a drink of Aa ei.. He was in f bens ly itti filthy statetait the tinle Accused said he had.beae -mploysed ao. hataiil Fhcwifeddin stear...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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MALVERN POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4TH. BEFORE Messrs Jones, Mirams, Hunter, Lewis and Dr Eceles Js.P. ILLTREATING A HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 February 1888

MIALVERN POLICE COURT. .SATURDAY, EElIRUARY 4TH. BEFORE BMessrs Jones, Mirams, H1n1 ter, Lewis and Dr Ecoles Js.P. ILLTIREATING A HousE. Robert Parsons was charged at the instance'of the Society for the Pro teotion of animals, with cruelty to a horse. Constable ThompsoAi statted, that on the 26th nit. he examined a horse harnessed in a spring cart which was being. driven by the accuised, and found it suffering from. a large raw sore on .one shoulder, and two smnialler ones on the other. The animal was very weak and totally unfit for work. This evidence was cooroborated by 'T.' Latham secretary 'of the pre. viously mdintioied society. The Bench inflioted a fine of one guinea, with two 'guineas costs, or in default of payment I days',jmprison. mnent. INBULTINO 'BEIIAVIOUU Donaldd MoKay yas ,proceeded 'osainut by Coiietabl"Wilsoinoroft for mnlaking,usee of visuilting words with intent tdiprovoke a breach of the peace. Vomýplaiant deposedýthat on'the afte n f te -0t arya ad named Johnso...

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MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL TUESDAY, FEBRUARY, 7TH. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 February 1888

.M ºLtVERN "SfIIBfE COIJNCIL T'uFSuD.L 8 --Fji U , ITII. Present: =s Clarke'(Prle iesident), Benson. Edszl1, Heywood, NMercer, McKinley, Martin ,Robinson, and Woodmason. i ,r , )"ýMNNUTES. T.e minutes of lnst meeting were read and confirmed;,' and the secre tary's outward correspondence ap prove 1 of. COURESI'UONIENUCEI INWARUDS. From the Caulfield Shire Council~ agreeing to contribute towards the. improvements,. etc; of Dandenong :road. Received. From the Victorita Railway De partment acknowledgini g theo receipt .of a letter on the subject of increased 'travelling accolmiuoidation. -Several councillors suggested that further. naiion be taken. in the matter, but eventually it was thought better to hold: over the question until. :next -mVieting. From R. HIarper, Toorakk road .directing attention to the coiidition' 'of that road and requesting immediate action be taken to place it in thorough repair.-The. writer to be informed that the work would be done unider the new loan. From Mes...

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

*Coinnuercial' -Banuk of Austral (Limite~d) v Authorised Capital £i3l000,000 .8nbseribeu Capital :.... ... 3,500,000 Paid Up 1000 :. . ,000 .Reserve Fund ..t'i i. . 0,000 HEAD OFxICE-d0. COLLINS ST V. °: 6rnar of, Leadlenhalll Street, BR1,KE1 ETON ' iRii1Ni: - Corner Bay & Cochlrane Streeicts. Interest lloowccd oln FIXED DEPOSITS ilglhest current rates. DILAFTlb oun London office, branches and .1 ithcl.iank issued at lowest ruLeS Ul exuhilOe: i..hlDiscountcd and Advances Made. W. PFiarland, :Manager. ENGLISH. SCOTTISH AND AUSTRALIAN CHARTERED B AN IL.1 (Incorporated by Royal Charter 1552) .Paid up. Capital, with power to increase toI.l100,000U... " 4720,000 .Reserve Liability of Shareholders x7'20,000 .hesurve fund 0... >,'000 Elsternwvick Branchlh: .GLEN= LUNTIAY ROAD, (Near uilway Station.) .lnterest iallowed on Fixdte Deposits tt Hiighatest Rates. Drafts issued on the London ofice Branches and agents of the BaSnk at, OCrrenit Rates ofiExcha nsge. Bills Discounted and A...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 February 1888

t LOCAL ITE:MS.: i1 Iii. In ' o n re d e tnce, .+if the very lih ieral Iul'ertieinenits, as iss.ll as iit give onr readers `its ninh news as possible, iunt withstaindii lig fe liarge size If this journal we have h-.-g obliged ao bring out a s auppleieniwith ihis issue Mu' FitNk I.sa one of the pas, soengers injured in the wiindsor mdl viiy acciiient on the 11lth Ma3 last, bi okiht in actioni'gaiint the Victos J' tan Rly Coininisionei ito re- cover £10000 s compensaiiisitionii .r the danmage and lossid e hst iell, a:nd the trial came on duiing the pIast week 'beforei d Mr-Justicer t'ockett, I and a special juiny of 12. "'Tiho Plii-n ttff resides at Elstdinwick atid okni 'ried onu the bnsii'ess of abbuildemr idit dealer. peior,,to ,his .being, injured.. The evidence showed Mr lnBaker; to have beenp. an exceptionally wolliset ip, youn" man, 21) years of age, enjoy inn the best iealth;' II the collision lhe was violontly thrown down, and knkoked about, hbut did niot feeool him self grea...

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

Special Allvertisements.- . if THE HOTHAM .:/f. Co-Operative Draupery Co., VICTORIPA ONSTHREETB : ea'), i 1' . ea mship , .", O one." NORTH. MbELBOURNE.: ShDENNY & CO. take tBhis Bopportunity+s of annoduninvg GEATRSEE UAMER SALE I' Commences on Saturday Next. January 25th, u r,..'r r~ ifi Anl alld PURCHo Sn ~ eoto the d extentsof:20: SHiILLINGS ad - Dooi-s Sshe, & , lowest current r s " _. ., _ i:i:;io a lw ays:, r'i f .. .nd. ".1,:a, t ;r UPADS'will be presentewithaTicket fora . SBeautifulo Ste amshipe Ozone .We : hve. t number ~o-f;i 'BONA ~FIDb .Bar'gains and invite 'our' ,EARLY INSPECTION. "Armiadale: Timber Yard and "Steam-, cJoinery and Moulding Mills; r HIGH STREET ARUMADALE. All kinds of 'Satvn Timber; Mouldings, Skirtings, 'Architraves, SW= r Harris; -Proprietor. £1 15 i W ATCHES *°}'AND I°:,JE .W ELLR-Y. ;,0.HO A ,B ..l? A ; r-1 ;620 O's £7r155., S £10 10s. - to ~ £10£l0s. Great Success of the Easy Payment System. Special Advantages of Thomas U. WAY'S Syste...

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

TROUSERS, 12s 6D. Prahran Branch _ a l Gigantic Sale A. E. BARTON The London and American Tailors, Having secured a manufacturers stock of Woollens at a large discount. will offer the same at the astoundingly Low .- ,Prices. . 0 .....E ALL-WOOL SUITS TO ORDER FIT GUARANTEED. 2 2s £l22s. £2 2s. . TROUSERS TO ORDER, SEE GRAND WINDOW DISPLAY. Thousans oflengths to choose from, and Fit Style and Workmnanship not toP be equle nAustralia. ·~~~~..............-:·-···.... 54 (Iapel treet Pralbran' 121 (llnendon street, Sout 3 BurIington street. London, W.E. TROUSERS, 12s 6o. ALL WOOL SUITES . £2" 2 . 2 .s Auctions: M ONDAY, 20TH FEBRUA RY. MULGRAVE, ;,U LMT11.GRAVE. 1'i t>:4t i 'ýi- M1ULGRAVE Near Onkleigh. Near Onkleigh. I F. L. FLINT SHas been instructed to sell by Public Auc tionas above the~well-known .. i WATSON'S sPADD'dC".kAj:. which has been subdivided into 60 VALUABLE FARBs AND 60 TOWNSRIP BLOOKS. v0 1 to 11 Acres in extent. Having 'Large Frontages to the Main Fern. Tree GnllyRoa...

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Im Growing Old. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 February 1888

is'a Growing Old. My days pass pleasanitly away; My nights are blessed with sweetest sleep. I feel no symptoms of decay, I have no cause to mourn nor weep; My foes are impotent and shy, My friend are neither false nor cold, And yet, of late, I often sigh I'm growing old I My growing talk of olden times, M Iy growing thirst of early news, My growing apathy to rhymes, My growing love of easy shoes, My growing hate of crowds and noise, My growing fear of taking cold, All whisper, in the plainest voice, I'm growing old I I'm growing fonder of my staff; I'm growing dimmer in the eyes; I'm growing fainter in my laugh; 1'm growing deeper In my sighs; I'm growing careless of my dress; I'm growing frugal of my gold; I'm growing wise : I'm growing-yes I'm growing old I I see it in my changing tasto ; I see it in my changing hair; I see it in my growing waist; I see it my growing heir ; A thousand signs prove in the truth, As plain as truth was ever told, That even in my vaunted youth I'm grow...

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ON SOME AILMENTS INCIDENTAL TO OLD AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 February 1888

ON SEiIE AILMIENTS INj DE cili;·:~ ~ ~ ~iLU I1' I ,iJ;rif·~i·· t; TAr . . TO''O*.i ini 13n y'Family Doctor. -aat ,."'ago bath we~ary days, -". I .l tiio:rthid'nights - sleepless aii: ."t jThoii gowden time:o, y6thfn' 'pritie; 1i ,.i, Wilt never come again. HTE lines are;,pretty, but tlhey reillY 'cortain moie of .pathos thani bf fact. "' rThe man, too iwho wrote .theinm vias .ot a physician, but Scotland's noblest ;'bard and he himself .died at ani early -aige of.thirty-five." The hknowledge, Stherefore, which. hle pi-mpiulgiates' at i'random, in -the' first-'t o tulines; 'lihe .could iiotha ri; -gineclfruin study;sauid certainly not Fhrion oxperio icic A gieeni r,. as -some c"all .it' a °hearty.' old age is'wlhit we all hope '-td -live: to ;if ''ehope to line to be old' -t '-all ;I betbetriwe do -so or inot dependsigreatly u pon hoVwe use on selves in the days- of our youth and pri iie of imaihood. But, oitairy to what the poet says,I hold th:-t is not at all necessary for the agne...

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

Colleges and Schools. - "fFiNIs CORONAT -OUS BRIGHTON LADIES' COLLEGE (" Ellesmere,") ST. ANDREW STREET, Near the Town Hall PRINCIPAL: MRS. J. HAINES, (Late of Clifton Hill Ladies' College), For severaid years teacher under the Board of Education, Assisted by MISS A. E. COX. =English Literanture 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,Eso., Miss BIJRKITT, R.A.M.,; MRs. ORR, and Miss A. E. COX Calisthenics, MIssEs 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 Gnineas per Term Resident Pupils (under 12 years): English (as below), also Languages, Music, and Painting Twelve Guineas per Term Resident Pupils (over 12 years): English (as below). also Langnaes, Music, and Painting Fifteen Guineas per Term ENGLISH in its various branches com prises Reading, Writing, Arithmetic (Ad...

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Humor. Love's Weddings. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 11 February 1888

tbumor, 9. Love's Weddings. )f Quoth Love, as he sharpened his darts one tr day, s, In an indolent sort of style : 1, "I have too long followed the beaten way, ;o And wanted for fun the while; ;r For loves have run very smooth of late, 1. And the matings have all been true; r- Those mortals who eagerly catch mybait n . Seem never its taste to rue." n So Love departed, on mischief bent, .r Well loaded with golden darts, n And off on its mission each weapon sent, 'f To the sorrow of human hearts. 'i Then Love laughed loud with a fiendish glee is At the carnage which he had wrought,; Le That his sport was wild, we must each agree S For this was the game he caught ': ' SA Polander married a Fiji wife, . And a Japanese a Finn; ;s A dusky daughter of old Bad Knife S Was wedded to one Ah Sin; A negress married an Englishman n A Russian a Boston belle, . And unto a native of Hindostan . A Siberian damsel fell. A hbillian joined tda"Congofrl e . A Grit to a Tory maid, 'r 'Twas a motely lot, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 18 February 1888

- Colleges-and -Sphe s.---- "FINIS CORON)T Op) s," BRIGHTON LADIES' COLLEGE (" Ellesmere,") ST. ANDREW STREET, Near the Town Hall PRINoIPAL: MRS. J. HAINES, (Late of Clifton Hill Ladies' College), For several years teacher under the Board of Education, Assisted by Ej ,IT s 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 Miss A. E. COX Calisthenics, MISSES 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 Pupils (under 12 years): English (as below), also Languages, Music, and Painting Twelve Guineas per Term Resident Pupils (over 12 years): English (as below). also Languages, Music, and Painting ... Fifteen Gainies per Term ENGLISH in its various branches com prises Reading, Writing...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 18 February 1888

.j c r;_;r; oununi NgrVito.)nrr't Relieves Toothace instantly, and prevents its reourrence by forming a Substantial Stopping. It is far superior to any other preparation for Tootbache. Sole Makers: ' . ~l . 4miIANN do Co., OCHMISTS A?ND DENTISTS. Ohurch Street, Middle Brighton. N.a.,-Artifloial Teeth and all other Dental w rkpse rrmed at, . hou rs. ,,C4I Psr It ff 1 II l'tR Of Every Desc;iptioin ffboii 2d "er piece, suitable ,. ; . ?. ?.. -... ?'?. , t . ,.. . * FOBR Kitchen, Bedroom, Hall, Dining or Draw-, ingroom. NOTHING in the towdn of Brighton to'snipass tiem ~The price they are to be obtained frtom MACPHERSON& LAWRIE SPainteirs and'`ecorat or, H UR'CH a i ST'i E T, MIDDLE ;BRIGHTON: .·'i A. W . R Most / N Perfect Wall L .i Decoration of thev: NA AR-TIS'TIlC. SANITARY. DURABLE. 'can be decorated to imitate Metal, Wood ---.......Terra-cotta.orrMajolica. Dado Decorations From lid.rto Gs. 6d:, per qarsd. I fi Snii?n?ary \ ? and other washable wall. papers. .?a Pavitt's - a...

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ABSTRACT OF AUCTION SALES. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 18 February 1888

ABSTRACT OF AUCTION SALES. T sIS DAY. Messrs. C. E. Steed & C,,., 24 Large Allotments at Frankstonr. Messrs. Munro' &"Baillieu, the Sand ringhamn Estate, at Piolio Point. Messrs. E. J. Dixon & Son, Business Sites, Villas and Cottages- in! Armed!le. and East Prahran. NEXT MONDAY. Mr. F. L. Flint, 60 Valuable Allot ments at Mnlgrave.; T' NsXT TUESDAY. M?esrs. J. Bnohanp& Co.,;74 Building, Allotments at New Suringvale' Townihilip.

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LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 18 February 1888

LAWN TENNIS. CIIELTENIIA.[ V. OAKLEIGH.-This match, played last Saturday at Oak leigh, resulted, after a very close and exciting contest, in a victory for Chel tenhai$;s Misses G: and C. Comport (0.) beat Misses Roberts and Nelson (0.) by 6 games to 2, and also the Misses Oragg (0.) by 6 gam'6is to 3. Misses Fraser and Hunter (C.) were beaten by Misses Roberts and Nelson (O,) by, 6 'games to 3, and also by the Misses Cragk (0.) by 6 games to 2. Messrs Comport and Macarthur (0.) were beaten by Messrs Roberts and Miller (0.) by S games to 4, and also Iy Messrs C. Zorn and Crowther (0.) by S games to 7. Messrs Corstorphan and Cliidaldr-'(C) i( ~Mra i M dr, 66eith and Miller (0.) by 8 to 3, and also Messrs 0. Zorn !tudc OCrowther (0.) by 8 gaines to 7. 'tlotals-Cheltenham, 44; Oakleigh, 43. Tne Chelenlhan Lielies play on the ChelLtuham Courrs to-day single-handed matches for two trophies givau by Messrs W. L. Smith and G. W. Taylor re spectively, and the championship of thti Club, play ...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 18 February 1888

Ii - CRICKET.. • J Stanhope 65 V. Toorak West 32. For the former Hennuoke.12, Mc'Lean 11. batted well, latterdSpearey 11. Henneoke took 8 wickets for 12" Rogers for the latter 6 for 30. BRIGHTON V BRUNSWICK, This .'iatah wis 'played don SatairIay at Brightnn Beach !and resuit'ed iin \ win for the Brighton by 8 wickets and 53 runs. The visitors batted first on a per feet wicket, and rhade only 79. Goding made'28;,Campbell 17; and; Whittaker i4. Etedy 4 for 21; Sims 2' for 15, Dunn 2 for 22. Brighton at call of time had lost 2 wickets for 152. Enery played a first rate game for 52 not out, and was well backed up by Thompson 36 and Richard son 24. The detailed scores were Brightou-Thomips n, c. b. Godin,, 36; Enery, not out, 53; Lucas, c. b. Goding, Sims, not out, 9 ; Sundries, 10. Total, 2 for 132. Brunswick Total, 79. BRIOGHTOR VIFITZROY' SECONDj ELEVENS played at Dr?il Rodm and resulted in a win for the Brighton in the first innings by 18 runs. The scores were Fitzroy 73 and. 58, .B...

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PRIMITIVE METHODIST ASSEMBLY [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 18 February 1888

PRIMITIVE MDETHODIST ASSEMBLY The annual assembly of the Primi tive Methodist churches of Victoria and Tasmanicoinnin?ciidddits business sittings in the church, Commercial road, South Yarra, last Friday morn ing. After the devotional service the first business was the receiving of delegates and` appoitntmint" of offiders.' The :Rev. H.; Richardson wads elected. president, and Mr '.W.v Taylor vice president; Rev. H. Heathershaw, secretary; Rev, F. Sinden, reader; Revs. R. Allen and,. G. Hr Cle, letter?riters ;i Revse.. Authoiiny,.and VW. J. Bray, sheet secretaries; Rev. J. T. Kearns, reporter; with Revs. J. T. ,iercey and J.. H., Gain, assist ants. THE STATE. OF THE CHURCHES. Nearly the ryhole, f the day was occupied in.bxiaminiingdreports from circuits and missions, during which a searching inquiry was made into all bases where decreases of members or Sunday scholars took place, The following are the statistical returns for, Viotoria .andi Tasmania :-.Minis ters, 42; increase, 3.., ...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, FEB. 17TH Before Messrs Bent, and Sprigg, J's.P. FELONY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 18 February 1888

BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. -o FRIDAY, FE?B. 17TH Before Messrs Bent, and Sprigg, J'e.P. FELONY.' F. Githooly,. was charged by Constable Holland with being in a public place with intent to commit; a felony. Tnomas King stated that on' the 11th inst. he was present at the Elsternwick races, and saw accused snarch atotalisator card of the value of Os. from ,a gentleman and when acc?esed of it, he began making a statement about having lust money on the hurdle .'race Gave information to Constable Holland which led to' his ar rest.' Constable iHolland. deposed to tarreas ing prisoner, who 'offered him a pound to squareit.:, ;iDuring the afternoon he saw -accused- in company with well-known spielers. There had been great com plaints' *:previously i that tickets were snatched fromi holders. Ordered to be imprisoned for one month. VAGRANCY. Thos. and Catherine Davies, mian and wife were charged by Constable Patter son.with. vagrancy. The evidence, of three respectable , witnesses fully proved th...

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