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BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. Before Messrs Bent (chairman), Kiddle, Francis, Sprigg, Huntly and Sparks. CRUELLY ILL-USING A HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 1 October 1887
BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. Before Messrs Bent (chairman), Kiddle, Francis, Sprigg, Huntly and Sparks. CRUELLY ILL-USING A HORSE. Constable Wilsion proceeded against Charles Board for ill-treating a horse on the 2rd ult near the East Brighton rail way station. Mr Mliller appeared to prosecute on be lalf of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals The evidence of the constable corrobo rated by a witnessLnamed Cairnes fully &nbsp; proved that the accused pelted his horse and otherwiise ill-used him. He was fined £1 with £1 1s costs. IRDECENT EXPOSURE A\D ASSAULT- WITHI INTENT. Edward Hinds, on reniand, was charged with indecent exposurie on the beach: at Half Moon Bay'on the 19th ult., as also with assaulting with intent a little girl under 12 years, iof ge. The evidence of two little girls, daughters of Mr. Carter, of Black ,Rock, proved .:the exposure. l?t?sthe' evidence s'of the. assault (unfit' for publication) was unsuppo:teid: 're. Dean; in w...
Humor. Why He Didn't Get Well. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 8 October 1887
Ifhy Didn't Get TWell WhichI thought itwas mean That a medical man, With a manner serene, .:Could so piously plan To keep a man tied to his bedroom Beneath a strict quackery ban., Well, I took a slight cold, And then to my bed; I tossed, tumbled, and rolled, With pains in my head. And I guessed it was mean of that doctor To send physic that near made me dead. Every hour by the clock, There came at the door A loud thundering knock; And physic galore Would he left by the doctor's new Buttons,. - 'And I longed that new Buttons to floor! It was really too much, : just gave a hint, And my language was such No printer would print, When I asked that young Bawbones to tei? Why he sent prussic acid and lint I Then that doctor he shook, And gave a fierce yell, As that Buttons he took And ponnded, pell-mell. Hlrd left all the stufi'at awroug houses! An d-no wonder I didn't get well I
THE DUCKER DUCKED: [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 8 October 1887
T" E 'Jf(,h:ER . ECI Ei?, - S iar 're llagie s Sniiersetshlre, a blacksnlth, whh was the' bi'gest mas iii, th p~t, i'?i~l;' to th:, led d i pertec'utn, whet he was freely pl ed ettli artik before he hag :" .a Ic s?o liat peod li owever, poin one occ?s in i aMr Park Cie t?? o pbreach at the villhe thit textables .ere tu 'd i nepiti bi cks'ith, 'greatly to hisl vdiscmfiotre itid that of the croa dfireao ieiasiared to witnes ahis uiiforehand that ?i the epblaeckmita dck tug e nat he tidempied to preach' and togh lie disliked the tho; Parkif- being th 'plon d into'dirty water `with "his clothes on 'he'resol ed sot" to tmirii back 'upon and the miob beigi (aware of , hiscoming,' quickly gathered'with the blacksmith at"' their head. Seizig" Mr -Parkin by:' the shoulder, he brought him to the edge of the horse-pond, and amid the hlootings and jeers of the crowd, began to cate chise him : " What are you ?" " A Methodist preacher." " What have you come here for 1" "To preach to the people." ...
A Fable. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 8 October 1887
A Fale., One day in the early Summer, a large and healthy Oyster awoke from a nap, yawned, looked up through the blue Waters, and re marked that he was beginning to feel a little Languid. " "I cannot understand," said he, "how any one can look forward with pleasure to ' a continuance of this Warm Weather." Then he slowly opened his shell, and drew in a draught of water ; but it was so insipid that he shut himself up with asnap, and be gan to bewail his fate in that he'must Now lose Flesh, and :remain Unhappy foremany months. A good-sized Eel, who had been usried in Mud all Winter, chanced to be wiggling by, and, hearing his friend's soliloquy, stoped to listen. When the Oyster had finished, the Eel turned towd'il hiiihiid said : "Good-morning, sir! Is this hot enough for you -2" As the Oyster-wans about to reply, there came a great jarring and raising of Mud, and both felt themselves being drawn Upwards. A few hours later, they were located at Gun. slers; and, as .the Oyster dropped...
Sixes and Sevens. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 8 October 1887
Sixes 'iul Sevenes. I know that her style is " sixe " 1'd purchased her gloves before. The spending your money fises A fact of this kind the more?. She knows tlhat my size is "seven" So both of us live our 'days In a bloouini, glovable heaven , Of sixes and sevens-grays. 'ands miny b vwon by gloving Buttons may close ohr lives Gloves without - G" mean loving SPairs are husbands and wives.: Gloves roand'the w?ist are folding Glores hold the reins of ife--: Sies and sevens are holding' Sway over man ant wife. .
Poetry. The New Jerusalem. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 8 October 1887
VI ,1erw. J~rursaclcfr'.,.. There is a New Jerusalem,. Far yonder in the sky, . W here we mayd«Till 'mid IHeavenly hosltse Through aill eternity.: .y :h Its hills are bright as burnished gold,' Its rivers silverflow, . ? : Its fields 'iid alleys give sweet rest" To veary ones belowv. Oh ! look aloft when sorrow comes -?To chill earth's beauteous Ilower,,,-;:' " To where the HeaFenlyFatherruiles With LoveEHis'obly power : Our loved ones cannot come tous. But we nmay go'to them -:: And dwell forever,with the blest In sweet Jerusalem.
Uncle Eseks Wisdom. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 8 October 1887
UnTcle Esclik 1i.dWisd Il. We stnd in ouroih nsunshine oftenerthan others do. .It is the little things tbat'arei.the most wondeiful and possible; it is possible for human cnterprisi' to make a mountain, but imipossible for it to imle 'in oyster.: .'; Thire is nothing so necessary as necessity; witho'it it rmankind nwould have' ceised to exist ge ago . . :.'The, heart gets weary, biut nevor gets If a mani is riglht. le can't be too, ra'ical if wrong he can't be too.co?scrriative. The silent nuin may be 'overliokell now, but he will get a hearing by and by Method andi dispatch govern tl world.? You cin outlive a slander in half the time you canoutargueit.' Gen. Sherman's son Philip; now;i at Yale, unlike his father, would not. iss a girl. if she had a mouth :simothered in cream. , - . :" ' . : .; Mary L. Barr, who is makiinga success of Scotch dialect stories, did not begin'to compose until she was fifty-four. Never too late to mend. But who ever knew of a woman of such an age ? The C...
THE SOUTHERN PROVINCE ELECTION. Mr. C. H. James at New market. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 8 October 1887
TIHE SOITHIIERIi PLOVI9INCE ELECTOTlo N. Mr. C. II..mInses at Neiman;rket. Mr C. H. Jais la one laf tha canudidat.a fo;rthe vacancy in thte represe?tcatioti of the Snii heri Province iitio he Legislative Council, cuse b f l tihe deilt. f the II.tti. thtotlt. . ctity, ddres-tl his first leetotig of elct,,ir at the New-hll, iNew Inerket. oill SttnrdiyV evellig.. Th nayor if the h,..rtugli (Mr. Jaties UJtie) pres;d-i, aind there was a cro aded atiteld l'rhe Chairnas ,.i in ittrducing thel clt dida e, alked fr a . fair liearing. :HL saited th:a he hItd kott:.i nr J.uiea for the pnlt- fourteen yVera anil liee hal alw?r e Frithot liest anid trai'iglttfrw..iri iti lhi dldi.lteO; ini f act he gel ev. d thalm iii all his lihill tralis?ctina th?errt hal hIte ev it ttt -,, e law , l. ase, wshich shi,w.-d that he .I ois-ed the coltideuice of the, and in thll riglit placc. Mri . e.lnl .t tuii, f.r../ru , was re ceived with hi itl hilaluise. lie thaiik 1 then for the very kiti, receptitln giren h...
BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7. (Before Messrs. K[?]le and Webster, J.'s. P.) UNLAWFUL ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 8 October 1887
BRICGHITON POLILE COUIRT. Fanwtr, Ocroni . : T. (Before Messis. K.,i i and Webs'er,. 17 LArr.AW?. SSaU~iT. Ah flip, for havisig 'e..uitted ain as, saultc on a ,fell,w:..Chiim.ut,, wan din-. charged-the' ijalred Chiuaiiuln nlt beingl willing to prosecute. Ah COih, anid A'i Cihee were ch.rged. with the tho.ft of y, liamity ."l f tither,. valued ita £3 ti the pri'perty of LI. L y mau, c.iutract,'. H. Li.yn?an ?-tid. he h ni ltsse I a ,(lan' tity of tihber, valued at.£15, fr?,mn a house lhe was erecting i'i Ferguio o street. He identilit-d sone timuber(prnduced in coizrt). as his.. This, timber had:b i en folllld Oil Ah Chiw's prrmi.-es. Ther. being itso c-e. against Ah Chee, ihe was dischar4ed ; and Al.Chow, who, thlougtl ,,ll i nterpretr, pleadedl guilty, was senttenced ti, hliree nlOtbhs imprisonI LUe't. ILLECOT DFtrENTIO.. F. Cranny sued Mr. Drlonfield for il-. leaily Idetaidinol a qnaitity fI fartaing implelueIts t, ., ralued at £15 : . Tlihe c se n amvil heeu stetoied defendant u1...
BRIGHTON FREE LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 8 October 1887
BRI.HTO FREE LIBRARY.. THri ordinary monthly conmittee m eet inui of the above was held last Wednesday Se-ninsg, theire beiii gpreseit-?.Mesirs'. Webb, (President), Burfwros, Hayball, Hiighes, ;M'Kenzie;- Le MareI Reidi; r ford Spriggs Webster arid Dr. Wilson:"' . The presideit tendered aii'apology'from the hon. sec. for noin attendanc:e aild stated that 'Mr. D~iarall .JTunr:; wouiild supply, his lace : : SINUTES. The minuntes of last meeting vere read an senfired a -From B Dare, Bay -street, Brighton, offering to snpply lightening conductor rods at 2s. Gd. per foot. Accoimpanying tieiletter were a number of specimenis of the rods; &c.-Referred to the'Hall Com mittee. . . . S EPOiRTs. , The hon. treasurer of the management fund reported the finances to be-Inmute (includin\u balance in hand last month), £96 10s. 4d. ; experiditure, £28 5s. 5d.; leaving a ba'ance in hand of £68 4s. 11d.' He' had received accounts to be pad uamounting to £8 10s. 6d.--Adopted. The hon. treasurer...
BRIGHTON TOWN COUNCIL. MONDAY, OCTOBER 3. Present: Crs Bent (President) Burrows, Francis, Egan and O'Shea. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 8 October 1887
BRIGHTON TOWN COUNCIL. IONDAY, OCroBER 3. - Present: Crs Bent (President) Burrows, Francis, Egan and O'Shea. COILRESPONDENCE. From the town council of' F0otscray, requesting the council's co-operation in protesting against the action if the Lenis lative Assembly, in :granting, free: passes for life over the railways, to all members of parliamentwho have held their teat for seven. years.-The :council unani mnusly granted the request. .; From: the Government Department, Mtating that Mr M. Barr. of Nicholson street, Footscrav, had appointed as lovernment: auditor for thel town of Brighton.-?P eceived. From A. Krone ecretard of the Bri h ton Yacht C ?lub soin" the council to gine them permu ainoo to erect a esteway *o their yard, to enable them to have an entranre from S. Kilda? itreeti.-Grantwds. From Dr. Cas*e, eonestin? permision to occasionally discharoe firearms' on his premice conseru int u+n'n thm -being constantly invaded by a. hag a ngher ou, do"n e bad recently eArectedI a sub...
LAWN TENNIS. Cheltenham v. Oakleigh. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 8 October 1887
LAWN TENNIS. Cliceteenlmna v. Oaklcigh. This match was played last Saturday at Cheltenham nnd resulted in a victory for the local team by 11 games. Messrs Corstorphan and Chaidler (Clil.) heat Messrs Iloberts and Zori (0.) by, 10 to u and 0 to 5. Messis H. 0. Comport asd M Queen (C.) hbeat Messrs. Rloberts and Zorn (0.) by. 10 toT and 10 to 8. Totals-Cncltenbam, 6;G Onkleigh, _2 Cheltenhamns v. Okiclgl (ladies.) 'This ma:ch was plaSyed last" Saturday at Cheitenbai mand resnltei in a'svisctory for the loctbl team by 10 games. ; isses C. Compdiort a:nd Br'ser (C.) beat. Misses Cr'sg nsd Dres (0.) by S to 91 also Misses II. D)retr and L. Roberts (0.) by S to I. Misses Jnnner and' Oonimport (C.) beat Misses Cragg and Drew. (0.) by S to a but were be'aten by Misses l: Drew and L. :oberts (0.) b lS games to:l ? Totnls Chelteniam's 0:10 Oakleigh, 20.::
Odds and Ends. Old English Manners. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 8 October 1887
S Old Englislh .ianeiici's. In the reign of James I. men and women wore looking-glasses publicly-the men,. as brooches or ornaments in their hdts; and the women at their girdles, or on their bosoms, or sometimes like the ladies of our day in the centre of their fans, which were then made of feathers, inserted into silver or ivory tubes. At feasts every guest broght his own knife, and a whetstone was placed behind the door, upon which he sharpened his knife as he en tered. - In 1561 a Dutchman liamed William Boonen, brought the first coach 'int6 Eng land; and it is said the sight of it put; both horses and men into mazement. Somic said in was a crab shell, brought, out of. China; and some imagined it to be one of the Pagan temples in which the cannibals adored their idols. The business of capimaking was ruined in 1591 by the common wearing of hats which then came into vogue.' Smoothing irons are of late invention; in the reign of Queen Elizabeth and James 1. very large stones, inscri...
GRABOLOGY. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 8 October 1887
- CR inOLOC1G - i:n piroposal to 'iotia £10Q00 t i the widow of the lateo 3arciis Cla': Ikeled: to a most ainimated debito in the As semibly on Wednesda list Mr .Jones, one of the tribunes of the people, s tihe ported eth iootiii'process lie. mone 'atud anothor thin, wlen freo ailwiy pisses and sugan 'plum ionuses 'ire ont ihe hoa rd to tot co sistant3Iii: onr judim?ent Mi Jones, is grossly inconsistei t ihe pro posal to loot the a ? e asuir was most sniartly nd viiioronsly opposed by Mr Pitterson His renuanlkliiist ha i n, i. e th he ct-'is ot`of lo iiimim bet tingilo, .i I lent, siited the lootilng iost uniercifu lly, aiid failed to see1what senr ice h liMt Cliii t hi id. reniidered to the State to justify thi clani.i The .'iso i. (° His Miiatui Life".) wais dcsribed' s "loathsome amid a itai ?,tii 6f "buiIldoý; sliiliks aind lacerateld flesh 'l WeO eo l t ?I to see that therie was s s:i?iiet coin iitionso?ise in thei Io:ise to scouit the proposal. 1e l rdeent £4000 bonus to tie ....
Boys and Girls. A Child's Pity and Gratitude. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 8 October 1887
£.O 2 au anb girls. A 'i?l? 's Pitiy anid Ga'atitude. There is a rich store of sympathy, which canioot inil expression in words, locked up in the bosomis of children, that completely escapes the notice of the average observer. People are ordiniarilyaccustomcd to call them youn, b7iarbhrians, and to excuse their mobclery of deformity and suffering, on the juvenile inability, to "grap any depths of misery; sympathy being but the reflex func tion of that instinct which leads us to fear and avoid suffering. i But savc in the case of a few sensitive ladies, I hlive never seen such uncalled for sympathy offered without re serve, as has.rwelled up from the heart, and overflown at the' eyes of little children; and it was ibot nalways confined to. those of delicatenurturre nd line nerves. In this ex ception I co?int the little urchins across the street as the best-examp!c; and an in cident I shall relate will explain mry prefer Some tiine ago, as Oharlie was perched on the gate-piist, a well...
Age of Animals. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 8 October 1887
Age of. Animals.-The: elephanlt4is beli?vedby the Est Indians to. live three hundred years, and instances are on record of elephants having been kept in captivity as long as one hundred and thirty years, their age being unknown when taken from thu forest. Canmels live forty or fifty years. Some birds attain great age, such as the swan and the eagle, which have been known to live one hundred years. Parrots have been known to live eighty year:. A tortoise lived one hundred and twenty years, and then perished by accident. Water animals also attain greatage, such as the carp, which has been known to live in a pond ninety years. It is said that in 1497 an enormous pike was caught in a lake near Hlulbronn, Switzerland, with a brass ring tied to it, recording that it was put in the lake in 1230. There are indications that the whale lives four hundred years. lien of smallest souls are men of largest arrogance.
At Morn in Merry May. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 8 October 1887
A8t lior t ill Mferrvy May. :Lit, all who'ould a-Maying go Aid learn the joy'of spring, Unto my song that like the flow Of brookicts murmuring, In liquid cadence sweet and soft Shall tell-a blithsome lay Of one who crossed the orchard croft SAt morn in merry May. As I was wending slowly down The lane where Kiengeps grew, I caught a glimpse of creamy gown The budding branches through. And then Isaw a maiden pass . Along the orchard way, " A lass," I said (uay, not "alas I") That morn in merry May. She did not see me slyly glide, Nor heed the grasses stir ; -I caught her slender hand and cried, "You are a trespasser, And trespassers must pay a fine I"' Did she refuse to pay ? Ab, no I receipt in full was mine That morn in merry May I
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 8 October 1887
A nimatclh ill beplaed nt St :Kilda,'.bc tween Brighton 2nd clbsen and' St:lKlda 'clubs." The Brighton temn arc requested to ca.tcih the 2- ttaiht to Winfr ri :A Ayl win`(2), Clarkc, $Gront, RedlnRoe, "hnddle, Shellihel Smaill Smnith ind`M I lnrc:: A match will e played between Brigh toi andlHbawthorn niind elevens' t Drill= roomr .''Team :-LcEnv'nriniFarries, i Kin lock~, Leonard Cornswall, Lawrencce Sims, Sulivnlli Webb, Wilniot and'.Wilsen:::: A maitch wsill lie placed between B~righton' and Wadsnortlh on mattuing on good in Tenurson'street Brighton Beach l'Ten:7 Clements, feercux. Geach 'x Friend; Leoiiard "Lilly, rrllrtionoluro, Wenboorne,' Wyatt and Petles A:niitch wilibe pllayed on Thursday, between Jibton and-East it elbourne, it the Drillroemrl: °i r c - 4 ) r..a'. ,r!J Lt 0'4t1 4