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TO TELL THE AGE OF A HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 7 January 1888

TO TELL THE AGE OF A°:IORSE.. ---0--- 'To tellthe age "if any horse' 'L .!?a ' Inspect the;lower jaw nf courie', The six fri nt teeth the tarl will toll, And every doub anci fear dispel. Two middle ."nippers", you' blhold Refore the colt iso yeasr old 'i: Befe re: eight weeks' t wo more.- will . cime ?-. : Eight moiths th" 'coriers" iatthe gm The outside grooves will dlisappear' From mniddle ftw iln just one ydr' . In two years, 'from the second p sir.; `' In three the cotrners, t,, are : bari. At two the middle ' nippera' drop,. At thriee, the seond 'pair can't stop." When four yeari old, the third pair go.es, At five a full new set he shows. The deep black spots will pass` friltn view At six years, from the' middle two ; The second pair at seven years ;.'! At eight the spot each ', corner" clears. Fromu middle "nip,ers," upier jaw : ' At nine, the black spitsr will. witialdraW, The s' cond pair at ten are whie ; Eleven fluide thocornth.s light,. As timne goes on, the horsemen k?l ...

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OAKLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, JANUARY 5. PRESENT—Crs. Thompson (President) Wilkes, Armstrong, Wilson, Lavidge, Willis, Leonard and Taylor. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 7 January 1888

OAKLEIGIIj SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, JANUARY 5. PRESENT-Crs. Thompson (President) Wilkes, Armstrong, Wilson, Lavidge, Willis, Leonard and Taylor. CORRESPONDENCE. From Caulfield Shire -Council, agreeing to pay half the cost of the formation of Warragul road, on the condition that Oakloigh council also paid one half, each council to attend to their respective footpaths.-Received and agreed to. From the Police Department, agree ing to allow of five acres being eli minated from the police paddock, for the use of the Oakleigh Shire'Council, on condition that the council con struct a waterhole and approaches, as also erect the dividing fence. ing on behalf of his client damags to the extent of £17 5s ,6d, the same having been sustained by him through the action of the council in ailowing a hole to exist in the Warragal-road. The writer said that Mr. Moore, was driving along when the vehicle went into a hole or ruit, damaging a suit of clothes valued at £12, as also causing him to have to p...

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OUR BABY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 7 January 1888

OUR BABY. -0- BY A DOY. I never could see the use of babies. We have one at our house that belongs to mother, and she thinks everything of it. I can't see anything wonderful about it. All it can do is to cry, and pull hair, and kick. It hasn't half the sense of my dog, and can't even chase a cat. Mother and Sue woulda't have a dog in the house, but they are always going on about the baby, and saying, "Is'nt it perfectly sweet !" The worst thing about a baby is that you're expected to take care of him, and then you get scolded afterwards. Folks say, " Here, Jimmy, just hold the baby a minute, that's a good boy ;" and then as soon as y.ou have got it they: say, `. Don't, do that'.! Jauk: lookr,sat :himi That Boy will kill the child.! Hold 'it up straight,, you good-for-nothing little wretch 1" It's pretty hard to do your best and then get scolded, for it, but. that is the way boys are treated. Perhaps when I'm big folks will wish they had done dillfr" ontly. 'Last Saturday mother and ...

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MORDIALLOC & FRANKSTON RAILWAY SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 7 January 1888

MORDIALLOC & FRANKSTON RAILWAY SERVICE.. The " Argus" of Saturday had the fol lowing pertinent letter on the above: 'Sir,-This line is again to the front in topping the revenue returns for the holi days, but the over-crowding was something to be remembered by the travellers.' There was certainly, room for improvement' in: running these traizii. "Many' phople wceold. glidly 'wait' at the seaside these warm evenings, and so prevent some of the over crowding, but no train leaves Frankston after 9.35. In the afternoon trains full of people were to be seen waiting for over half an hour at Mordialloc; could they not be sent on when filled ? This line seems to be left to earn the maximum of money with the minimum of trains. It is to be hoped that the duplication will be pushed on; so that at least a portion will be available to facilitate the heavy traffic at the time of the Easter encampment. While on the subject, I would like to draw the attention. of the authorities to the want ...

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EUROPEAN NEWS. LONDON, Jan. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 7 January 1888

EUROPEAN NEW'S. d-o---~ LONDON, Jan. 2. The Austro-1ungarian ieserves have been called out for a week's practice with the re peating rifle, commencing on the 22nd inst There have been heavy falls of snow id Polaind and Galacia, which will have the effect. of greatly impeding military move ments in those countries. Mr Robert: Gampbell, of Busco Park, Berkshire, father of Mr. R. Campbell, M.L.O., New Zealand, has died, leaving personal property to the value of £617,000. The revenue of the United Kingdom for the quarter ending on the 81st nlt. shows a decrease of £430,000 as compared with the corresponding quarter in the previous year. It is announced that Mr. Parnell, who has been for some months living in retire ment in England on account of ill-health, has recovered, and will resume his active duties as leader of the Irish party. The Argentine Republic has decided upon the payment of bounties on exported meat, and for this purpose has santioned a grant of 20,000dol. per aanum for th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 7 January 1888

., ... . Furnishing. BUYERS O6F UR NTt RT E Bedding, Carpets and Linoleunms i· ·32rO 'PE'ICENT. By TPtichasinsg it H I NORRIS JONES AND CO'S NEW Furniture Wareliouse, CORNER OF CHAPELiANDI HIGH SRTEETS, PRAHRAN. Tapestry Carpet,, . Is. 10d. per yard Brussels Carpet,; . 3s. lid. per yard. Linioleiii, 2s 6d.ý per yard. Floor Ciltoi, 1Codi per yard. Lae;Oirtains, 4s 9d per pair Wool Mats, 2s 9d .Matting,6~d per yard InfliaiiBlinds, in every size, froin 6s 6d Furniture Re-coverc' "Furiniture Re-made Carpets CleanedL and Re-laid E?texdd Pil y 'menits Takcen. H: Morris Jofes AND CO., CORNER O0 CHAPEL AND HIGI S Sl'., S PRAHRAN. Our Motto is: Small Profitls antl Qune elLurus.l, * -(' ii l Adl..rtisemlents FAULKNER & CO., rAIjAUFAGTURINGd JEWELLE23," LONDON ·AND PARIS. THE TALK OF MELBOURNE. FAULKNER'S { ELEBRATED DIAMANTE DIAMONDS i DETECTION L FAMOUS AUR4NIAN GOLD AND SILVER JEWELLERY IMPOSSIBLE. AULKNER'S DIAMANTE DIAMONDS are known all over the world as the finest imitations eve...

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GENERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 7 January 1888

.. GENELRAL "ITEMS. A L.tre explodt d in Worth's cir-us .on Saturday night, at Graftoi.. Tie audience were. ipauic-s:ricketi, and a scene of indeserib .ble confusion followed. Women screeched and fainted. Nc one was seriously injured. The fire was sub dued before niuch damage was done. THE ':Londou correspondent of the "Liverpool Pat". understands that' a marriage will probably be arranged be tween Prince Alexander of .Battenburjg, late of Bulgaria, and the Princess Louise of Wales. The Queen is doing all she can to promote the match, though the Prince of Wales himself does not view it with much favour.' If the marriage be arranged, Her Majesty will heavily dower the Princess. A MADMAx named V. Duncan created quite a sensation at the Glenrowan station last imonday. He threatened to sh.ot the statioinmaster and the police. TIcH' jubilee ceremony in commemor. ation of the reception into the priesthood Sof Pope Leo iXlIIIL, which took place" on the'23rdoDecember ;, i was ceebrae, last ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 7 January 1888

SC..i.. :1. Adver tilsei sei t . IIAYBALL BROS BRIGHTON. STEAM SAW &PLANING. MI . LLS. . -AND- ::T I:I MBER Y AR DS BAY AND NEW? STREETS Building Mailtrial's of Every Dcsfir'iltion 'in Stock, and Out to 111yi Size to Suit . 'nrchasers, at O(nrrcut Rates. Mantleli eccs, Ironnmongery, Oils and Colors. HAYBALL BROS BRIGIITON. J. R. BAVINTON; BOOTMA K ER.R, POINT NEI'EAN ]ROAD, North Brighton. MESSRS. W. H. HUNT AND SON, HOUSE DECORATORS, BAY ST'REET, Brighton, Beg to draw the attention of. their numorounsfriends and patrons to the NEW SANITARY WALL PAPERS. These' Papers are being very largely used in England, and have received high commendation from the very best authorities. For correctness of printing, softness and beauty of the effects obtain able they stand unrivalled in the history of Paperhangings, whilst their durability and' washable nature render them suitable for all kinds of rooms and staircases both in private and public build ings. THE 'NEW UMBRELLA ! Patent Silk. ...

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OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. Before Mr, Hare P.M. and J. Irving Esq., J.P. DRUNKARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 7 January 1888

OAKLEIGHI POLICE COURT. -0o Before fMr, Hare' P.M3. and J. Irving Esq., J.P. DRUNKARDS. E. Muntvn y was charged by Con stable Grey with being drunk and disorderly. Fined 5s or 24 hours. 0. Donegan, a lad of about 14 years of ago was also charged with the same offence. In addition he had to answer a charge of making use of filthy and disgusting language. Constable Grey deposed that on 'Monday last the defendant was at the Creek, in the neighbourhood of which. there were were upwards of a thousand persons. He wasl in a beastly state of intoxication, and per sisted in making use of most obscene and filthy language. He was of opinion that accused had absconded from the Ballarat Reformatory. In answer to the bench, accused said lie got the liquor from the pio nickers, but did not know their names. Ho had no recollection of using the language complained of. His parents reside at Wade-street, South Mel bourne, b'ut he for the.lamlt six weeks t1t-c-been-in-the emplo3 -vtf-MiR Banl?r of Oakl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 7 January 1888

Banks. ; ~Commercial Bank of Australia (Limited) Authorised Capital . .. . £,000,000 Subscribed Capital ... 2,500,000 Paid Up ... .. ... ... 1,000,000 .Reserve Fund ... ... ...... 570,000 HEAD OsFFCE-30 COLLINS ST. W., MELBOURNE. London Office-Bishopsgate, St. Within, corner of Leadenhall-street, E.C. BRIGHTON BRANI H- :Corner Bay & Cochrane Streets. Interest allowed on FIXED DEPOSITS highest current rates. SDRAFT ? . on Londodice ranches an ountedand Advances Made. . W. ?. 'Farland, . Manager. ENGLISII. SCOTTISH AND AUSTRALIAN CHARTERED BANK. (Incorporated by Royal Charter 1852) Paid up Capital, with power to increase to £1,500,000... .... £720,000 Reserve Liability of Shareholders £720,000 Reserve fend ... ... ... £220,000 Elsteruwick Branch: GLEN HUNTLY ROAD, '.(Nehr railway Station.) Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits at Highest Rates.) Drafts issued on the London office Branches and agents of the Bank at Cnurrent Rates of Exchange. Bills Discounted and Advances made. R....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 7 January 1888

A MOVEWMUlNT is on foot amongst the residents of Middle Brighton, having for its object the establish ment of a bank in their midst. A number of signatures have already been appended by business men and others who are often seriously iuncon venienced by the absence of a bank, o art--rqiisttiun-addTessed lto-'one-of" the local banking institutions, which it is hoped will have the desired effect. The requisition lies at present at Messrs Niemann & Co's Church street establishment, where it may be A meeting was held ot the Brigh ton Presbyterian Church on Tuesday evening last, to bid farewell to the Rev. D. H. Ballantyne, who has re signed his pastorate after nearly 20 years' service. Addresses were de livered by several members of the congregation and ministers of the dis trict; some musical sieotions were given. A cheque for £600, as a re tiring allowance, besides a purse of 50 sovereigns was presented to Mr Ballantynea and one of 30 sovereigns to Mrs Ilallantyno, while in re...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 7 January 1888

LOCAL ITEMS. -0 TIIE :tenth annual picnic held in connection with the Saddlers' Unioni was celebrated on Monday (New ' Years Day,) when about 350 members I and their friends were conveyed to Schnapper Point in the favourite steamer Dawn. On arriving at the point the excursionists assembled ati the local cricket-ground, where a capital programme of sports was gone through. Some of the party who did I not take an interest in foot racing I went along the beach and held private picnics of their own. Dancing was commenced in the pavilion to the strains of Sutch's beautiful band, and those present seemed to thoroughly enjoy themselves.. The principal event on the progamme was the vast amount of- interest amonrgst h members of the trade, and after an t exciting struggle, was. won on, the tape by Phillips. The committee deserve great praise for the energetic manner in which they carried out the duties devolving upon them. The I party returned to town at 9 o'clock, 1 after enjoying a pleasan...

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MORNINGTON SHIRE COUNCIL SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 7 January 1888

u MORNINGTON SHIRE COUNCIL:l SATURDAY, DECEMIIER 31. t Present :--Crs. Irvine (president.) V Benton, - Thompson, -Turner, Peddle, f Unthank, Renouf, and-Downward. " MINUTES - e THE minutes of last meeting. were read g and confirmed, and the secretary's out ward correspondence read and approved a of. e -- CORRESPONDENCE.' s From A. Jones on behalf of the Fell monger's Association, asking for the use a of the park in which to hold their annual e pic-nic on the 9th. February, 1888 , Granted. e From the Saddler's Society making a ,t similar application-A discussion ensued n as the application seemed to involve thu e exclusive right to use the park, eventually a it was decided to grant the request under i- the usual conditions e. " From J. T. Barrow enclosing a report sa of-a public meeting held to consider. the ,,, filling up of the Kno Wee Rup Swamp. y unatniiously -i ad d rcid triquest; th Mornitngton Shire Couicil t' lend- hen r every aseistance.-Th,, writer to be-in s formed that th...

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SHOCKING SEASIDE FATALITY. A Lady Drowned. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 7 January 1888

SHOCKING SEASIDE FATALITY. 0- A Lady Drowned. Much regret was expressed at Mordialloc and surrounding district on Tuesday, when the news was spread that Mrs Annie Crooke, wife of Mr. Crooke, racehorse owner and   trainer, had been drowned whilst bathing about 11 o'clock. Mrs Crooke and her family usually resided at Chapel-street, St. Kilda, but they were spending a few days at the seaside, and occupied a house on the Frankston road, about two miles and a half from Mordialloc, and not far from the stables where Mr. Crooke and his partner, Mr. Whittingham train their racehorses. Mrs. Crooke and her sons, aged fourteen and eleven, and a youth named Patrick O'Dea, aged fourteen, went to the beach on Tues day morning, and Mrs Crooke proceeded to take a bath, but had not been long in the water, it is said, when she was apparently seized with cramps, and sank. Her son gave the alarm, and Mr. Crooke ran to the place, and plunged in among the breakers to the rescue, but became e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 14 January 1888

BRIGHTON. SAW &. PLANING -AND TIMZBER 'YARDSY -CORNER. OF BAY AND. NEW, STREETS Building Materials "of Every. Descrijtion in Stock, and Cut'to any Size "to Suit Purchasers, at Current Rates... Mantlepieces, Ironmongery, Oils and Colors. °. HIAYBAL BROS S :BRIGHTON. '. JR. BAVINTON;' BOOTMAKER, POINT NEPEAN RIOAD, North Brighton. MESSRS W. H. HUNT. :.AND SON, OUSE DECORATORS, BAY STREET, Brighton, - Beg to draw the attention- of their numerous friends and'.: patrons to the NEW SANITARY WALL PAPERS.. These Papers are being very largely used in England, and have received high commendation from the very best autherities. For correctness of printing, softness and beauty of the effects obtain able they stand unrivalled in the history of' Paperhangings, whilst their durability and washable nature render them suitable for all kinds of rooms and staircases both in private and public build. ings. THE. NEW, UMBRELLA I Patent Silk.. EXTRAORDINARY - WEAR. E. KINGSTON AN D 'CO., 51-Swanst...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 14 January 1888

: Special Advertisements. IMPORTANT! IMPORTANT !: To the Residents of Brighton, Elsternwick. Cheltenh.an & be sure to go to LAMBERT & TRIGG'S' 51 COMMERCIAL ROAD, SOUTH YARRA. If you .want a- Goon FIT rand PEIECT SATISFACTION go to LAMBERT & TRIGC'S 61 COMMERCIAL ROAD, SOUTH ' YARRA. lays; o to Special Advertisements TTOHN BURDER BACKHOUSE ?.Di ".,: et.: ch. B. Five years resident Medica Officer at the AlfrediHospital,. fornierly :resident Surgeoii at Melbourne Hospital, may be Consulted daily at."arren Lodge,'. Bay street, North Brighton. Hours-9 to 11 a.m.; to 8p.m. L.R.O.S : (Ireland).: L'.IIC.P. (Edinburgh) Late Medital Officer :to' the Hamilton United Friendly Societies, 'and' :HoS. Surgeon to the Hamilton 1Hospital, has COMMENCEDi PRACTICE :at "VWattle Lodge,'. iBay-street,' close to the North Brighton Station. Hours of Consultation-9 to 10 a.m, ; 2 to 3 p.m.; 6.30 to 8 p.m.; ~ H..O ? ' E A, SOLICITOR, ETo., 145 COLLINS ST. "WEST, MELBOURNE Notifies :RE...

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Municipal SHIRE OF CAULFIELD. ANNUAL STATEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 14 January 1888

'r neaaicip l . . SHI OF CA A IELD ANNUAL STATE1 EN Showing the Finanolal positionof the Municil pality for the Year ended the 38th day of eptember 1887 . A.CCOUNT :OF. :ALL ?ATESi. MADE.? ARate made on'the 17th March, 1887, at is 2d. in the £ on £86,008 =5022 7s. 8d. . .Contracts entered into by the Shire Council -.during the year ended 30th ,Sep. 1887, 'viz: o."ofa Contractors Name'.: .:, Nature of Contract. Amount. . Contr 11/86 S. Winlis, Bros. Tile and asphalt channelling £240.1 6 9 12/86 John Ilbery Forming footpaths . 25 -0. 0 12/86. John Ilbery ; Pipe laying and channelling . 28 4 0 13/86 John Kennedy Calvert, Poath Road 68 .0 0 18a/86 Martin Kennedy Forming footpath '7 0 0 14a/86 Thomas Maloney •. Clearing Caulfield Park . . 34 15 0 14/86 :16/86 .|David Munro Maintenance metal , 2913 15 0 17/86 18/86 87 Andrew Ilbery Carting at per day 0 ,9 4 2/87 Andrew Ilbery IHorseing shire roller at per day 1 2 0 3/87 Edward Waghorn Repairs, Caulfield Park 14 8 a 4/87 T. Willis, Bros;. ...

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The Leader. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, JAN. 14, 1888. THE GIRL LEWIS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 14 January 1888

JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, JAN. 14, 1888. TilE GIRL LEWIS. Dmuni the hearing of the Breckon case on Saturday, which will probably not be allowed to 'rest where it is, very "'free use " was. made of the name of the daughter of respectable business . people in Horne-street, Elsternwick. This girl's name was dragged into the case by Mr. Kean though her connection with it was of. the most slender character, if indeed there was, any connection at all. She was described as " cheeky," as ' fond of flirting with the boys," &c., &c. Now, you' have only to "give a dog a bad name and you might as well hang it," and in the same way you .mnay by publicly branding a person with certain charges utterly blast their brospects in life. A very little reflection- should show aniy solisible person 'that if suchi allegations as' we have- repeated 'are 'made public, in the very act of doing so the protection to a young girl, which a good name affords, is com pletely broken down. It is true,...

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A PARK FOR BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 14 January 1888

.,A PARK FOR BRIGHTON. ONE- of the -greatest-mistakes corm-' mitted by local governing bodies in iparticular, and .by the public in general, is the amazing apathy showin on, all sides with respect to publio parks and recreation grounds. Of "parks " that are destitute of' a singl" +tree, the air is full, but the promise vanilshes into very thin air. indeed, when you look for the real: thing. M Most of the so-called parks: around; Melbourne are beautiful only, on 'paper, and got all' their beauty. from tethogrophy. What is wantedi in, Brighton is . a reserve or park of such :'dimensions as will afford an excellent' lung, to the densly popeu lated place this district is bound to: become at, no very distant date. Brighton must accept the inevitabie; a'i~d make room for 'population, for: with bur nearness to town, an& excell'et railway facilities, it is bound to .coile, and not in driblets but by leaps.and bounds. We'do not think it yet too late to secure a reasonable area for th...

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MORNINGTON POLICE COURT. TUESDAY JANUARY 10. BEFORE Mr Hare P.M., and Messrs Gillett, and Shotton J's.P. INSULTING BEHAVIOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader and District Record — 14 January 1888

MORNINGTON POLICE COURET. TUESDAY JANUARY 10. BEFORE Mr Hare P.M., and Messrs Gillett, and Shotton J's.P. INSULTING IIBHANIOUR. James MoKirby was charged by Con stable McGrath with insulting behayiour on New-Years Live. The ~rresting constable deposed that accused in company with several others went through the township making hideous noises and otherwise misconducting, him self. "The bench :administered a caution and dismissed the case. STONE THROWING. E. C. Atkinson, a young lad, appeared in answer to a charge of stone throwing pre ferred against him by Constable McGrath. The. Constable stated that he was on duty on the day in question when he was struck by, a %stone thrown by. defendant. There was a"crowd of persons passing to and fro at the time, and defendant and his comrades were coming in an opposite direction. He produced a rough sketch plan of the locality, showing the position of the youths, the crowd and also the path he (the Con stable) took when he was struck. A witness...

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