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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 5 May 1888

S;ooo SCOLLINB AT. zLXlBROURNE. l w Lonuo tee-hshopegate St. ithi, corner of leadenhall-street, E.C. .i ý. EIOHTON BRANCH- Cor~ of. 3 & Cieberm Stre ts. Interest allowed on PIXUD;DE1OS TS highest current rates. . AEITS..oa..rLoaOdWE. ..Bhranhes anF I agencies of the Bank issued at lowest rate of exchange. L Vanitt, .G a ger i .(7m1pSelal Adqwtlsements. A. JOSLYN, OsE'i - PAINTER - AND S LDECORATER, 1t COMMERCIAL PrAD, 17, Pra eTrsa, Nain TaEE BAnST, "f1ON `SALE:. LOWEST PRICES: TRADE SUPPLIED. ? n aperbangings, Leadns,. Oil,. Colors Varnishes, G}lass and Sizes, ALL COLORS. Caustic Soda, Shellac, Brushware, r, Spirits !' &o. 1-"" BRA-LEY AND `SONS, Gi .az fa LMb. T Tnde; PB AY S-TREE-T, ILowcat\arket Rates :- - r' odc nd Corealts, e est Newcastle Core delivered S-ay pertot Brighton,Cheltenham, or Mo ;,ielloc, at the lewest ruling prices. t ·aliood of all descriptions, and in c.anylengthto suit purchaserhs. " M. L. Macartney thanks his patrons for S?hh i6am Sfv and ref...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
QUEEN VICTORIA'S CORONATION. AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF MISS MARTINEAU. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 5 May 1888

QUEEN VICTORIAS CORONATION • AUTOBIOORAPHY OF BlISS 1 I.5RTI EA5U. ry I Was at her coronation -:and great is.the wvnder: withli-which` I have Idlooked back 'to; lie enterp ise ever s 'since'. I lhid iotitlhe slightestý desire a tb go, but ever~ :iiclination"'to stay at home; but iitwas thl only coronation e likely¢? happensein-mn-flifctimer and it was a clear, dutyito0.witncssa It. 1 c was :quite awa re that -.itiwas. an oc casion (iieheveo the onl?y. ,'ne.u n. which a.- lady could be alone:nmlpullc, c wit iout nimpropriety or incoi encj a anl I knew of so-orail diiughtis 7 ;of t different1 pats ofithe Al.by,thc.. 1 tickets being for differenst places i?i?the building., Tickets were offoerednmefor tho,two brothoers then in :Loiidon; but they :were.for theiinave, and I:liad theo luck of one, for Ithe; transept-galleryi Thestieets,hadihedges of :police?.froIm our little; streaet to they gates .of .;thie' b Abbey ;iad none were alloued to pass t butthe lbearers of tickets; so nothing. ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 5 May 1888

w: toom so si Wi H` LOOKER & SONLS, : : 8 1. o llu tst s t.rE ast ,s >;- , :.::i't (Next toVictoriabcoffcee Palace) . Branch Officc etUOul el Trust moneys: to lend in:largoor smhall sums without dely at lowestcurrontrates r: Valuations promptlymad.eo-: ? "-s-i I Auction sales of property, stocki and furniture ' -i. , ,,l Rents, ; initerests, and, "dividends collected. j'' 1 o i: ' Having :been ippoiuted the HEastern Branch Agency .of the Guardia ~Fire Assurance Companyof .London, we ci an 9 ertect Insurances, at" the loies, curret We have some 1600 properties,; o our boobksi?moni which· are the followinu Ciro - ; . -. - a, ,: --: }: : 1- t:- , ii c 9 . MuLorAvYE---2 .'miles: from Oakleigh, 12cacres, partiorchard in, fullbearnig;{ 1; me" n 'nicesstsrly slope;';,', all.*:clred pi er,; manrent creek;.: throughi: ,corner of property. Price, £360; Term.easy.3 i Nu ?-iEE.oVsux\A,-Frontin: i Wellington road and anothert road, 120 acres box L timber), good grazing land, 5 m!les f...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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THE IDEAL OF A BRITISH ARMY. THE AUTHOR OF "GREATER BRITAIN," IN THE "FORTNIGHTLY REVIEW." [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 5 May 1888

THE IDEAL OF A BBITIBH ABiRMY. TuE AUTHos or "GtATERa BRITAIn," IN raT "FOarTanOHTLY REVIEW." My ideal of the organisation of British military power would be baaed on the main principle of having two grand divisions, which may be called separate armlesor rot, as the reader pleases. They would at any rate be separated in time of peace by space, by different terms of recruiting, and by differencee of general organisation; for the Asatic army would have large ,bat --ionu composed of men enlte for ten or twelve years, with a proportion of old soldiers. But in some respetes the armies would not be distinct, for there would be fall facilities for transfer and exchange among officers, and even to a iimited extent among no,- commissioned offiBers and men. Aden a would, of cource, be taken charge of by the Asiatic army, and the Cape so long as British troops paid othorwise than by the colonists must be kept there. Infact this army should garrison all the distant fortreses and coaling sauties...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"A POLICEMAN'S LIFE IS NOT A HAPPY ONE." [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 5 May 1888

"A POLICEMAN'S L'FE IS NOT A ?APPY ONE." No prroa who b e bes privilegead to wi; ne. the perfotaseoeaol e popular ? .?rat. of P. s.,oe *S likeIly oon toforgeF1 She so no in whhob 'the Chief P.liceman, who, i, answer to repeated entreaties, replies in the .Mrmattve. ur, notwithstanding, is slow ,a making a move to the required direction When a pett thief is being pursued through she street, a free fihtor drunken row occurs. wh , se so often Cooespicou by bin aboene as the poltcemes on the beat? There may be reasons addued.e however, to 4ocoant for thi lak 1f enerfty. Some of our guardiano: the nolice peace are rot in robust health, theb -xirenc?.a of the serice having had the efter ,r e-n.i - fee ine of laemitude, and even of waine Iudleeti putitive daea. as inthe cse -of r. Alezand-, P Walker. suhb-inspect rof .o ?* isg nYo ,?us, N t W.. who. und*rdaet*6 Marc". 1888 wri?te :--'" Durng the pst four nears I b.ve uff r d verynuch from im.oderr of "h- evear I. cons quenc- I ea. *?.lecte...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 5 May 1888

-asa !ya-wosu mmo mural taassolj DpLa"dug'"r Z&A i ,John. Me.O, As q. . Ba0 t 111., sqeI, L.. * IWEB ALLOWED on D .POSIM .a?=--, ,' • ",In .I.. ? as.,. i IAhEROLD PROP? Tle1 in Meboursena iSuub JANIS S. 3,13.3 cags. i A L King. a", chna. h -o.meAlo . ". J.p. JOcMa faoe, " 6 . e ooUa Jam. Maraise, 3LLO. AUErAMANR MYOtL PBOVID NT0tSOIETr. NO OT.ER AUSTIALI OIrEfOE DIVIDuES AR B.oO . .IUe, LO GCnu T 130a011 EVIBY TRAM, L hRGEoR than th0o9a4clad bI any other office In M. MINsI . Ha , One.. i00.0 s Wt sd. T ?- ~619.174 Joplhn ea, c en b htrml; ou. Jams Baloft, lPa CIALLY Mand PolWD to ah tr a. e ce BrAele, or Attorncey idt Power, mod to obtal LONDON AO.S 9. JMBlB Icamd 1raing, No;. oDeIab p roestwer . mlaOter. I . TEEPLUTON, Managing Dircor go. 15N Qucan Stak Melbourne. .T-ADXIhISIAToiJI COMPAN1lY IMD. I DIROBM:S. Johbn BRth, IEq.. Mhairmta; ifna ?asty, maq; BALoLARAT BOA ), with lul central oerr lai!I boulu:-DIsSCO@Bi Lalw Ademon Iraq, Ai., ?h?oalirmo; Roe. Goo? Iot. lr.. I "Cla...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 5 May 1888

CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. Presbyterian.-Bri-ghton; 1eir. Mr. 11 and7. Elsternwick.--Rev. J. Hay, 11 and 7 Oheltenhim,' , , ntone, 7, Rev. R. HI. Fergns. Caulfield, Rev. H. B. Macartney, 11 and 7 Armadale. Rev. F. Webb. Elsternwick, Rev. P. Bailhache. Mfalvern, Rev. C. J. Godby, 11 and 7. ;Oakleigh, Rev. T. H. Rust. Congregational, Brighton, morning, - and evening Rev. J. Rickard. Malvern, Rev. C. Moon, 11 and 7. Oakleigh, Rev. J. F. Gannaasay, 41 asd 7 Wesleyan Methodist-Brighton, 11 Rev. J, I. Smith, and 7. Rev. W. Burridge. Elsternwick-11, Primitive Methodist-South Yarra, Ber B. Wibberly, 11, and 7. North Brighton, Mr. R. Edwards, 11 Rcv. G. Anthony, 7. South :Brighton, Rev. C. Anthony, 11, Mr. Ellis, 7. East Brighton-Rev. C. Anthony, 3 Mr. R. Smith 7. Baptist Church-Drighton,Rcv.S. Howard 11, and 7. Christian Chapel-Brighton, 11 and 7. Chcltcnham, lr. Goodacre, 7. Union Church-Gaulfield, Rev. J. Gregson 11 and 7. Union Chapel-South Brighton, after noon, Mr. J, C. Cottell, evenin...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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ADJOURNED SPECIAL MEETING. TUESDAY, MAY 1. Present-Mesrrs. Reid (president.) Ure, Kirkham, Steel, Sincocks, Bachelor, Wise, Coppin. Hume, Reynolds, Hoads, Goodridge, Daigan, and Mcdermott. MINUTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 5 May 1888

ADJOURNED;: SIECIAL MEET ING. 'TUESDAY, '.MAY 1. Pre.ent -Mesrrs. Reid .(president.) !Uri, Kir;khamii Steel, Sincocks, ]Bachelor, Wise,: Coppin: ITrime, Reiiolds, "Iloads, Goodridge, Duigan agdMcdermott ' :. SIPCUTh5. . The miinutesYof lastmeeting' were redd andconifirmed. ~VEW POST OFFICE SITE. The Chairman explained the object for which the meeting had been con vened was to decide upon which would lie the best site for the proposed niow post and telegraph office.' The Department were .willing to provide the district of Elsteruwick with anew building to be worked on what was known as the two-thirds principle. An officer had been sent down and lie had intimated that a site on the Glen Mayne Estate about 600 feet from the railway gates could be procured, but that site, it was thought, would not do.. At a special meeting of the Severance - Committee, upwards of thirteen being present, it was decided to go in for the site set apart by the Government situate at the corner of Glen Huntly...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, MAY 1, Present:-Crs. Clarke (president). Edsal, Benson, Martin, Robinson, Mercer, McKinley, Woodmason, and Heywood. EXTRA TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 5 May 1888

MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL --e TUESDAY, MAY 1, Present :-Crs, Clarke (president). Edsal, Benson, Martin, Robinson, Mercer, McKinley, Woodmason, and Heywood. EXTRA TRAINS. The President reported that in accordance with the wishes of the council the Railway Commissioners had placed seven extra trains on between Melbourne and Caulfied, to commence runnin on Tuesday next. This would make in all forty-five trains per day; during the eveninga ten minute service would be afforded.-The report was received by the council with much satisfaction. CORRESPONDENCE. From several residents in High st., asking that the work of channelling the south side of High street, east of Glenferrie road, be proceeded with. As tenders had already been called for the work, no action was taken. From samb, asking that the footpath in the Glenferrie road should b, asphalted, and referring to a promise made that the work should be done some months since. The matter was referred to the Public Works Com mittee. From 8ame, ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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BRIGHTON FREE LIBRARY COMMITTEE. WEDNESDAY, MAY 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 5 May 1888

BRIGHTON -FREE ULIBRARY GOMMITTEE. -o WEDNESDAY, :MAY 2. Present--Messrs. Burrows (president), Bent, Cotterill, Daivall, Drew, Francis, Hughes, Hayball, Le More, Lloyd, McKenzie, Miller, Orford, O'Shea, Reid, Small, Stevens, and Webb. CORRESPONDENCE. From S. P. Simmonds, stating that the block of land donated by Mr. Hayball, situate in Roseberry Avenue; had a 'frontage of 50 fr. 9 in. by a depth of 132 ft. It was agreed to instruct the agents to effect a sale at £2 10s. per foot. AN EMBROGLTO. pile Secretary stated that notwith standing the motion and the caution g-enrlast month;lthe Book Committee had gain lrought up a list of books, &c., for the approval of the full comn mittee. He considered it to have been a most uncalled for action on their c liiit. He had seen two or three of the Book Committee, and arranged for a meeting at his office at Elizabeth r Street, Melbourne. None of this com- r mittee turned up, -,and 'yet books were.procfbtatl and placed 'upon the table. li...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 5 May 1888

-LOCAL ITEMS. On and after Monday next a new time table for the Victorian railways will be issued for the better regulation of traflic. The alterations in the service of both the country and suburban lines will be con siderable, but as regards the trains utilised by our readers the following are the most important alterations :=-The train now leaving Princes Bridge for Sale and branch lines at 6.42 a.m. will be dis continued, and replaced by one leaving at 7.50, which will go through to Bairnsdale, arriving there at 4.42 p.m. The 4.32 train instead of going from IMelbourno to Sale as formerly, will stop at all stations on route to Warragul but will not go beyond that station. Another train will leave town at 5 40 p.m. for Warragul, stopping only at Berwick en route. Leaving there at 8.5 p.m., it will proceed to Bairnsdale, stopping at all stations by the way, and arriving there at 1.35 a inm. Passengers from stations between Mel bourne and Warragul must join this traini eithea at Be...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ELSTERNWICK IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE. SPECIAL MEETING. FRIDAY, APRIL 27.Present-Messrs, Reid (president), Ure, Sincocks, senr., Kirkham, Bachelor, Wise, and Reynolds. SIDING AT ELSTERNWICK STATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 5 May 1888

ELSTERNWICK' IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE. .SPECIAL MEETING. SFRIDAY, APRIL 27. Present-Messrs, Reid (president), lUre,. Sincocks, senr., Kirkham,, Buh61?1or, Wise, dandRdiReynolds. :SIDING AT ELSTERNWICK.STATION. The Secretary stated that oiinccount of` his seeing that: the works at the Aiding had been only temporarily sus pended he had not sent 'the letter (as -per -lasti ietiing's iifinute)!to' t;iI Departnient. --Coincided iwith: - WICKET fGATE AT STATION. 1 Tlie Secretary said lihe hiid receiced no further intiniation re the appliei' tion for a gate; for the Gardeni:Vale residents .,:Iti enmained. ~,for iBr., Speight to carry out his promise to visit and inspect the proposed sugges. tion, and act or advise thereon as he thoughit just. LETTER PILLARS. Nothing furthiberiviid~iheen heard from the Department re a leiter pillar for Garden Vale E:stato.:otherdi:tliiin that the requiestwould receive ittention I it was 'decided to await further developient, and shbuld -oifebbe re quiredi-in a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 5 May 1888

A£ras m eetment Mesrm. John Danke and 8oe have fwnt opened up a .plendisd aeortment of pelei e, bath, ed nitr wre Theirs r the bhet qualty. 42 (only) Bourke street west. The cueam of elcohol drinkats sald to be universl in China. : In the moth of Januar? 23,453toe ofash were sent to BillinRsate. A severe outbreak of pleuro.paeuonaao bau occurred in Eugland and Xrlad,4 The .:port of Caie diamonds for 1887 was 5.55,9988 erate, of the value of 84,251,887. Ouaof 1,000 Bridekh soldis? statined is Celon, fully 200swe esaunoh total"abstlager. Compenu?atlo. Emerson By that the law of ompens tion, which he illustratee with siogular brm a-s and lo?ical force, "may be shown m a ry o divinity." and he a trualy. All tsth iadiie and every tural law is a vehicle of trutb to therprehesionotm e En. tnX ' in thiL world i blaucsd; the arth on cl axis; drusmM andlight; wealth and povatr wisdom ud foil,; dreaMe mad belth.. -he an evU here, ibhe iis if relatv goodt; and it is given to men nd women to cbo...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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THE SECRET OF ALEXANDER. (THE SPECTATOR.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 5 May 1888

TEE BEOkET OF ALxiNDRl (s anancateea.) Tbhe disoveyo'd the M_ u of Alex. aeuM oSad., telei rte teif ru afy reported, naeea eatfag bear beti -wil -net-hetp thetaoatan msbi- The body bas almost certainly pueihed, orlf itwerae emhelmd, we shal learn from eeiasr themummy liWethat we did not mknow fhom eaoln end etatus, and the tradition which has lived e lons sanad burned so bigtly. What mn now d1eio of antiquarians and explorer i'to find fto them new fate which ma nreveal to them more fully the w iy of the wondeful koy wit 8hhellWe fee made strg, the firs of European manklind who broke by force into the saecluded llfe of Atsia, and as stamped the impreseion of himself into twooontinenta that to the Arab who knowa nothing bnt bis own legends, and. the Hlndoo -ant who known nothing at all, hie aemanse familiar as to the European. We knew in an unusu. allyr minue. nd ao toepesk, intelligible way. the ouraes of bie power; we know that be mut have been a tue geois, a "daimonic being," rare ...

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A TELL-TALE MIRROR. (WORLD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 5 May 1888

A TELL-TALE MIRROR. Mr. Reggie Seymouras as pretty tle wom?m a ever walked on a pair lof hilh Looan auloze heels. Her beauty did not strike one dumb, nordid people get on chais to see bet dane-s triumph vouchsafed to the beautiful Galuonge, if the chroniclers of a hundred years ago are to be believed. .She was, nevertheless, immensely admired. 'ad ple very readily fellin love with bar cherub face end laughbing blue eya ; ae for. ha colouring, one li.e of poetry will hit jt off better than quirem of 'o. Like the Queen of Samoobrae,' • (God mi.kiu roses made her ace.' 'When we add that she had also a lovely figure, and poaseased what in France i' called ' charms, it ie no wonder that she was always surrounded by crowds of admirers, and that her life was a kindof f all me foil under her sway, she in her turn loved them all. but not very much; and if she we ebused by acme old women who let no one off, still even theyr ould not really lud anyhing to say agsinst her. Her husband believed ...

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A LEAP-YEAR ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 5 May 1888

SlaE&EhP.ER ENTEhRTAINMENT. b ;YA I START LED OLD GENTLU eMAN. "e ai littley bo'. Perhaps not everyon . takiese tot be at edthat Leap. tea e i t .aealumant the u adiu and gentlemen A'ealttg Safarias I know. thea do draw the tins thset, but. as a young layi told' Se~t aIbas nonthe of the ladles. Thel am 'The?e-wm e abot" two dozen of h at dinne, and, number of other ise were eM.ng is flatr ukow, dante. I atladyaw?hge acm we gatheed is a rather self-onsciou .ethae? yo tgen m yo wg o had coitemes S..istii to enjots the humou dof vaitua tironat, I don'gt na eitthey looked at ese Sibe bao's place, told me that several eetle ,eeap, who o de thmselves ladkilleing had been friptened to asiept bar invitation es" they should be made wall flowers of The adiaeed, took the, gentlemen who were under )adi?r.intodioner, and it struck all of ns over Tift who brbought up the rear thaoft aies dap themselves me h more reho adily to ,;altered circumstances than men do. No -s to thehe reason ofof...

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OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, MAY 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 5 May 1888

OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, MAY 2,   Before Mr Hare,P.M., and Messrs   W. R. Looker, Jordan and Irving, J.'sP.   31ISDEMIE.\NOUlts. A. Bates, for making use of bad ]anguago at the Forrestcrs' Arims, was fined £2 or 7 days.; F. Lockett, for iusulting behaviour, had to pay £3 or go to gaol;ifor 14 days; H. Page, a youth of 16, for disturbing the Sal vation Army was: fined £1 ; and W. Tavers, for insulting' behaviour in the Army Barracks had to pay double that amount, whilst a similar fine was meted out to S. Sasmith for wilful ex posure. A PUBLICAN IN TROUBLE. William Henry Gregory, licensee of the Fortesters' Arms Hotel,' Oaklcigh, appeared to aiiswer a clhtrge of Sun day, trading._ Defendint was also charged with halving his bar door open during psrohibited hiosid. Constable Gray found two imen vitli glasses of ale before themistndidinsg at a pigeon hole in the passage. The bench con sidered the charge: of Siruday trading proved, and impo...

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MALVERN POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, MAY 5. Before Messrs. Jones and Edsall, and Dr. Eccles, J.'sP. BREACH OF BY-LAW. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 12 May 1888

MALVERN POLICE' COURT. SATnURDAY, MHAY 5. Before.Messrs. Jones and Edsall, and i Dr. Eccles, J.'sP. i :BREACH OF BY-LAW. 1.'Williani Voodmason was' charged by J. Wilson, the. Health "Officer for the Local Board of Health for the Shire ofI Boroondara, with allowing nig?htsoil to;remain uncovered on hi. land, situate in High-street, Boroon dara? :.:?,r Brabam nwho appeared on be half of defendant,'admitted the offence and stated that for a long time he had been in the :habit of using nightsoil mixed with stable refuse for manuring his ;land.;, About the beginning ol last month the Local Board of Health for.Boroondara protested against the practice'by .summoning Mr Wood nmason, A fine was inflicted, and the defendant then made up his mind to remove the, nuisance as soon as possible. Before his purpose could be effected, however, an officer of the Central Board of He;dth visited his premises, and finding the manure ex posed, directed the Local Board tc issiuethe summons. The nuisance ha...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 12 May 1888

ON THE GROUND. . Saturday, 12th May.. AT THREE O'CLOCK. CLAYTO EIGHTS. .GEM OF THE DISTRICT. 41 IEA2 TIFIL ALLUTMEITI 41 NacobEWFRONTAGEE Panoamic views, of Bay and surrounding Country for. miles and miles. DEPTHS, - iWt, , C, Fresh Wa~ter Spring o Et ate Permnentlyreserved for future Owners. Ueule em Within Suburban Radius. The Railway Liti is being duplicated. Easy ac<s to Tow ur P nebnu' 'ar *. Maonificcnt soil, null glow anything. The Land for the People. d CENTRE .ROAD. - 1' . 0 : - 0~:--:·;j· rtr ' I S C SQ __E __ __ _____ PROVIDED to Otoj o o 1 1 i1s~ 14 165 1e i7~ 18 19~- 2o 21t 22s23c 2 177. 66 66 66 66 66 66 66 66 60 66 66 66 66 180 -NEAR - Panoamlle views: of Bay, and sure ouncing Co Urt..ntr for _. miles and m ile8~~:~s~z i EPTNI: re z rin on stat P e anen reerve do : IItu ýe vines . :. sl :::;~ ':-wut f~t !. Fi~- s.t S NVERNESS STREET. ~ g fi 1s QsGbp/zdRiwj77 661 6666 '66 66 6616 66 66 66 66 66 66 66 66 66 180. ay ntLbun Radaway ) t~i -_________ I t'j... hO....

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 12 May 1888

FOOTBALL -0-- North Brighton played South St. Kilda last ?aturday at Albert Park, and suffered defeat by 2 goals, 5 behinds to 1 goal, 8 hehinds. They were somewhat recompeiseed by -the fact that their opponents' 2 goals were kicked by 2 of their,,own. supporters. Smith,. Sheedy, - Float, and- Brooks played well for the North.. NORTI BRIGOTON V. EAST ST. KILDA JUNIORS. This match will-be played this after noon at the Coast; 'The North team : Barr, lrooks, Butcher, Crook, Callow, Cunningham, Moore, Millar (2), Maish, Mastin, llReves, Sheedy, Smith, Solan, Whitney, Wise; Woods,: and Weheack. Emergencies-Rowe, Ruddlla, - and Bennett.

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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