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SENSIBLE DRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 12 May 1888

SENSIBLE DRESS. A writer in the "Daily News" criticisee severely the prevailing tendency of women of all classes to "follow the fashione" of dress, and illustrates it by references, among others, to' the charwoman, who, in spite of its absdrdity and inconvenience, will wear a dress that touches the ground, and hence soon becomes wet and muddy, because all the members of her profession wearslimlar dresses; the shop-girls, who at eone time wore trailing dresses because people in higher circles used them, though only in their drawing.rooms ; and the bar maids and others.who worehigh heeled boots and tight sleeves for similar reasons, not withstanding their unsuitability for people who had to discharge snch duties as fell to their lot. Women's dress can easily be modified and'adapted to suit the neceseities of each individual case; but the writer believes that never till sensible dress is worn by the higher classes will it be adopted by the lower. The ideal ostume wonuld be Slight, clos...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A SOUTH SEA PIRATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 12 May 1888

A SOUTH SEA PIRATE. A vessel which arrived at San lrancisco from Honolulu a few days ago (says an American paper of 28th Febuary) brought news of thedeath of a man, whois described as baviing been "the deuce of a fellow, wieked and big, with a voice like thunder.' Twenty.five years ago, we are told, he was a pirate ; for some years before, hie. death he had been a hermit. In the days of his wickedness and power he commanded a vessel called the Red Cloud, staunch, unusually fast, and furs niched with powerful guns. Periodically this carmine craft disappeared 'from the seas, and in her place would some another, all in sombre black, and named the Black Cloud. This piece of theatrical effect, which cost nothing more than a little paint, had its expected influence upon the superatitiius minds of the sailors who were sometimes sent in pursuit of the vessel. Most of ibem fully believed that there was something uncanny about the craft, and that her captain had supernatural help. And the Bri...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KEPLER SOLUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 12 May 1888

KEPLEB SOLUTION. To circumvent the obstacles incident to the ordinary administration of cod liver oil various expedients have been resorted to. Realising the importance of the oil, and the futility in a large percentage of cases of ivirig oil alone, on account of its con sistency and unpleseant taste., it has been combined with milk, coffee, beer, liquor, egge, and other foods, that it might be better boree. In these instances the oil was not generally incorporated with the vehicle, but suspended en masse. It may here be in: quired-Hanve the difficulties referred to been obviated.to any extent? To overcome its unacceptibility, the oil was given in a condi. tion of subdivilion. This subdivision was effected by emulsification; alkalies, like potash, were used, and of course a soap was consequently formed. Soap is not largely absorbed by the system, and is rot found in the blood. It seems to be the general impres. eion smnng physiologists that oil, as such. pusses direct throuah the ti...

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

' E*vlug a- usav·l ooamlon, mud your Cord!, '66of UIuorodo. I coejaider It my duty to give my tiitmsmy to ito wonderul effimcy for ouh ls and aigd. With th Blm of Uquodtef the hum onorn "r' fl fheauS.ee of. sold sor sough. fo croup In Bdl I neve kenew It hl.' J. 0. Ldoav both igheae DUNUTON'u COODIAL DALK 01 'UQUORI03. Ii. :a ehd to. i. pee botlt. At -tael A u,,tsv Pablicity. One of the greatest orators of the see, speaking in the House of Commt.ns in 1871, e?s :-" Without publicity there can be no spirit ; without public spirit evry nation must decay." He might have added-" both in morals and physique." For the sake, not only of their own longevity and prllonard capacity for enjorment and well-doing, but for the sake of the surrounding community it is everybody's duty in the exercise of a toru public spirit, to keep ,heir. own premises prified and sweet by the constant and die creet use of Hunter's invaluable Deodorissr and Disinfectant." 'Hence the publicity yive,. by advertisemen...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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III.—THE SEVENTH DAUGHTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 12 May 1888

IL-THt SEVuNr DAIGwII. The place had been profoundly quiet up to this poin I was indignant at John's b artles remark. It was not a ll him. I was also eomewhat disturbed its mind, for there was something so decidedly real about our nighs adventure that I began to fear it would be impossible to passe it ?f as a dream. 'Oh. my daughter r The words broke on the silence with start. ling distinctness. John advanced to the corner from which they proceeded, and I followed him. 'Bring the light,' he said. The tallowcandle was set in an old bottle, and this I seized and carried with me. The light disclosed an aged woman, on whose face were unmistakable lines of struggle and hardship. She was miserably clad. She sat in a rocking.chair by the side of a cot. On the cot, covered with an old shawl, lay a tirl whose age might have been ten jears. Her face was in startling contrast to its sur roundings, for it was fair and excessively whi e. Her eyes were large, dark, and brilliant, ard her hair was...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
II.—THE PLOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 12 May 1888

II.-TnE PLOT. All at once a plan for convincing John flasbed upon me. It was thiai--Wa.t until John was asleep; wake him up; get him out of bed; take him into the street; conduct him on some pretext to a distant part of the city ; bring him bck; give him an opiate in a glass of wine; out him to bed; in the morning deny that either he or I had stirred from our apartments; and, finally, make him believe that the whole thing was nothing but a dream. The plan eteuck mets being well conceived and feasible, and I resolved to put it into im mediate execution. Affecting to be sound asleep, I looked cautiously out of the corner of one eye, to make eure of observing John when he should retire. His chair was empty ! I looked around, listened and heard snoring. Could it be possible that John had gone to bed without my knowing it ? I arose and found this to he a fact. My re. erie had been so profound that his movements had not disturbed me. So much the better,. I observed him carefully, and saw ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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STORIES OF THE DEAD EMPEROR. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 12 May 1888

STORIES OF THE DEAD EMPEROR. A distinsuhlhed correspondent of the " Kolniache' gives some personal reminis cencee of the Emperor William, whom he has often met on the shooting expeditions which until very recently formed the chief amusement of the Emperor. Shortly after the Franco German war a party of sports men assembled for pheasanteshooting. When, shortly before starting, the Emperor joined them, some of the younger members hers were rather confused at being brought' face to face with his Majesty, who, in his low shooting cap, looked very different from the commander in the high military hat whom they were wont to admire from the distance. One of the sportsmen addressed the Emperor in his confuelon a "Your Excellency," which greatly amused she latter, who replied, "Excellency! Well, I am an Excellency to, and it is avery pretty title." Breakfast was taken ai a small shoodog box, where the Bm;eror delighted the eod forester's wife by his pleasnt chat. - rwae c-p eailv p of--6 bea...

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

LumpsaUn wd lrzlato Plnit. Send to John Dauks and Son, 42 Bourke street west, for what you require. Pamps and pipes of all descriptions slways on hand, ready to be sent away on the shortet notice. -(Avor.) On a recent day in New York city five men were picked up in the streets of oane police precinctsleter deed from "sloonolism" or so nearly o that they survived their removal to the hospital onl a few baors.

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Hard on the Clown. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 12 May 1888

,-Bar on the Clown. An itinerant circes has lately been per forminR at 81. Petereburg, and the ready :-lit of a Russian clown connected with the eatahlishment had been attracting large u?cronvdg every night, until a few evoninge ago the poor fellow got into serious trouble. 'e behd been exhibiting a performing pig 'remarkable for its sagacity and obedience Returning to the ring after an encore, the clown threw down a paper rouble, telling the animal to pick it up. The latter, Showever, disdainfully turned up its Senot and ran away. , Quite right. my ':fienrs !" exclaimed his master; " it Vieb. -egradaki cannot raise the papgr rouble, how could a poor little pig like yon be expected to deano?" Rars of laughter greeted this j.joke at the expense of the Finance Minister; _iint the next day the clown was called to 'idcoa?t by the po cee and men'enoed to three :sdays' imprisonment.

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The Present Days Are Best. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 12 May 1888

The Present Days Are Best. . The past is dead and buried, and I have ' lucked the door Upon ice joys and sorrows, to open never more. >-Its key ir safely hidden on memory's faithful ':i breast, And to my heart I whisper, ,The presee? -.daeys are beat' Think not I have' forgotten the cherished . friends of yore; S: Catllthem not loet, my loved onesa-they're , just within the door; ,AAd olton when I'm lonely, they share my ev- veoingrest, . .. And their dear voices whisper, 'The present days are beet.' 0 gelden days of childbooad O girlhood's -. nny hours ! 'Whuen in the fearrant wild wood I plucked the su emmr flowers, Your very memory cheers me like some dear, welcome guest, Y..et bhide me not for saying, 'The present days are best' ,Dear are the friendly faces that meet me on the way, ,Sweet are the roadside bloesoms that smile on me to-day ; A;- few bright sprays I'll gather, and wear them on my breast,. .:-'or they. too softly whisper, 'The, present ';: days are net.' . o frie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 12 May 1888

Colleges and Schools. ,F "FIs COEOrAT Orus." BRIGTONN i A D IE i, " C0 L L.EGE (" EllescmereS.") ST. ANDREW STREET, Near the Tewn Hall PRINCIPAL: (Late of Clifton Hill Ladies' College), For several years teacher under thile Board of Education, .S Assisted by <` .MISS A. E. COXY. English Literature and iMa dZ?maties, S.IgRENFELL, XA., L3L.B. French and German, H-7fERR OTTO MULLEE. lDrawing and Painting, J. F. JONES, Eso. - J'1'. 3. U MM , E Miss BURKITT, R.A.M., Miis. ORR, and Miss Al. E.= COX: :Calisthenics, MISSES DICK and MOON. R?esident ( overncss:. M1ISS A. E. COX. TERMS " - , (Payable in ndvancc)Y-- j .1 Day iPupils: English-(ns below), also Languages ... One and half to Four Guinens per Term Resident Pupils (under 12 years): English (as below), also Languages, Music, and Fainting r"w=-D T (i hv e,?nes pier Tenn " 'Resid?nt Pupils'(o?eril 2 years): English (as below). also Languages, Music, and Painting .. Fifteen Guineas per Term ENGLISH in its various branches com ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 12 May 1888

Special Avertisements , IPALLOT AND WOODMASON S 10 Chapel Street, 10 PRAHRAN, TWO DOORS NORTH OF COFFEE TAVERN.i ?- , f:::..-: ; .' ' -- THE- " "'" .. CHEAPEST .FURNITURE WAREHOUSE' South Yarra, Prahran, Windsor and St. Kilda. '-How to Furnish a 3-roomed Cottage for .£13 i3s., for net cash: S .:: Dining-roonm Colonial Sofa, with Squab and Bolsters ... £1 7 6 Cedar Chiffoniere Safc, Polished 1 6 0 Six Cane Chairs ..1 4 0 llound Table . .. ...0 12 : Table Cover o .. 5 6 :Fenddranid Irons 0.. .. . 12 Matting to cover room 0 10 .6 Hecarth Rug . .. 0 G G Cornice Poleandi Brackets ... 11 6 Slip Mat ..t 1 G T 'flBedroon m Fnll-size Bcinsatad .. 110 0 Full-sized Flock 'Iattraiss 0 18 6 Flock- Bolster ?; ...._ ..0 6 o0 Fweo Flock Pilloiws... ..... 4 L 0 Wash Stand, with Towel Iail .0. O 9 6 Dressing Table, 0- 8 0 Toilet' s ?l 0tclie Tabl iie .. : . ' . 12 0 cat Safe-; ..'".. 0 11 6 Twe Cia ....rs , `. ,+ ,- ; 0 We o weold call ateiiti'oin to Siecial PriscList for IlouseholdFurniturec Drawing...

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

A N N OTATE TtI28 ... Ui DAVIDSON, Boot and Shoe Warehouse, Commercial !Road, S.nth t a-rsra, Supplies a first-class article ata very moderate price. ----t----- The large increasein his business is the best proof that'he glves satissfaetion. One :trial will' prove-this,' BARKLY- &' PARLIAMENT ST?: ETS BRIGHTON. WM . CLARK, CONTRACTOR For Asphalting Lawn Tennis Courts, Garden Paths, Verandahs, Yards, Workshops, &c., &C. &c. FENCING, CARTAGE, a PLOUGHING. " ON SALE :-Metals, Rubble, Screenings, Bricks, &c. J. R. BAVINTON, BOOTMA:KER POINT NEPEAN ROAD, North Drighten. COMMERCIAL ROAD ORAPERY SWAREHOUSE. DUNLOP & EDWARDS, : Are now showing a choice selectien of ::. NEW WINTE "l MILLINERY. MANTLES & DRESS GOODS, Ladies' Tailor-made Jackets, Ladies' Tailor-made Ulsters. Ladies' Paletots. Ladies Trimmed Bonnets'i Hats. Feathers, Flowers, Wings, and Fancy Orin? ments. Fancy Tweeds and Melton Cliths for making Ladies'Jackets'and Ulsters...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 12 May 1888

JAMES FRY & COMPANYI LIMITED. He'd Oase I KOBB'S-BUILDINoa. OOcc'ls bTBBEI W3 Iocorporaled under thl ompealet 8tante, 1864. oapitili eUBCl?BleD, £2oo.A0. PAID.UP, Ss,oo00. Jame Fry, Chatnon. Jamne Jobnrl" . JmWilie Boeu. . Th¢ompIta' B at I nl y o egmnlt Umlte e SOLICITO8fS trneet oe.? i Chapman and Wakes., Qaeos statreo, Vebourne to romplltnuo with "soy mcc, nwgqugc -ron bug. aa.eeicinc.. lb. wiceclore of Jlam -cy and comnprn i?cotd .T?. 4.e.dod to m-. n igue of twenty tbouogeadbh.r of IS "a, hb(6i to he ul:ed up)..l a pclmnin of b. pr -o. ot p.y.bl . -io low- - S. p . .bre -*. ..ppi~cnero; 0l p r ghe one 1 Jonne 1086; iS'. per -htoecn leg aa 8 lb. 18-L Th amount of te , *emlom to he plaos to the a edit of eaoere uond -ocote'. Doe .-gord wll beo b.d o t ploh. l .pufleatlon in the aUIotsoeo of scotee. ut the-otlb' t a-:e-red to allot In ueOE manner a will heet rerve the fature In lcre t"of thge 'ccny. 1a Jsow. B. Q4 who la * odlte tit- stoun-of the 00 ooey.L 0 , pp .Veineed ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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HER MAJESTY'S REPRESENTATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 12 May 1888

T T HER'MAJESTY'S REPRESENTA ; . -TIVES. '1: v'fait ci ..· '' .- i" :-B ' . ?. __ ::_ _ : 'WHiEs Lord Beaconi Wro;te ' "Of S Netgqciating" he applied the principles of his time.to men's dea ings with each ; , ,, otherin tiheordinary affairs of life; and these principles have been held as equally applicablc to the transactions of sovereigns and statesmen in regard i :. to iternational affairs. IIf you would ' workany nan," says e, you Imust e . ither knothilis nature and "fashions, and so lead him or his ends, and so persuade lhT ; or his weakness' and ; .idisadvantages, .:andd so awoe him.; or S those tliathave interest in him,-and: s '. govern lii." We have here, in a ,; ':.nutshell, the-aucient philosophy' and '.the history of all diplomacy .The Slryipmctiese of senidin aibasesadors' ifrom : one coluitry rtoAinother originated in S- the desire of-one to "work" the other, ' anaiiiaccdihiig aiit 'iwa intended to Slead, or persuade or awo, or govern, the vario?u':ca thds indicated ha...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 12 May 1888

CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. Presbyterian.-Brighton. Rev. Mr. 11 and7. Elsternw ick.-Rev. J. Hay, 11 and 7 . Cheltenham, 3, Mentohe, 11, and Mordi alloc, 7. Rev. B. I.' Fergus..' Caulfield, Rev. H. B. Macartney, 11 and 7 Armadale, Rev.Febb : W e :b. b Elsternwick, Rev. P. Bailhache.: Malvero, Rev. C. .. Godby, 11 and 7.' Oakleigh, Rev? T.H. Rust. Brighton;Congregational.-Morning and evening, Rev. J. Itickard. Malvern, Rev. C. Moo, i1 and 7 Oakleigh; Rev . J'. Gshaniay, 11 ind 7 Wesleyn ~Methodist-Brighton, 1i Rev. C. Newman. and 7. Rev. J. li. Smith a. , -PrimitivetMethbdist-=Soth; Yarra;Bev C. Anthony, 11, and 7.: i-* :, :: BNorth Brighton, Iler. I. Clarke,' 11 and' 7i' South Brighton, lr;: G I irner, 11, 3. and .30: : A East: Brighton--Rev.- B.?,Wibberly, .3 and 7. Baptist Church-Brighton,Rev.S. Howard '1 and 7. ' Christian Chapel--Brighton, 11 and 7. Cheltenham, Mr. OGodacre, 7. Union Church--Oaulfield, Rev. J'Gregson 11 and 7. Union Chapel-South Brighton, after noon, Mr. R.' H, Th...

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CRICKET. NORTH BRIGHTON CRICKET CLUB. BATTING AND BOWLING AVERAGES, SEASON 1887-88. BATTING AVERAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 12 May 1888

CRICKET. `NORTH 'BRIGHTON' CR[CKET CLUB.. s: i! BlATTING .A?0D 11LI0L'G AVERtGCs,~: j.. ,,-":fi;; :SE.SON IS8-881' - ur:' I ýýý+"^" *!;r.;1 B11A G AV lAGE: " Al Speddingi'j 184 .3521 `1 32s 27 F. Miller 18 330 871 19:7 T.t.G-'hok'--'21'.~ -09 * 6 16.3 A.Fldit'a' ¼ J13 "1393 27 .11-7 . J. D.-Cochrn 7l2ý 131' 38 10 11". .1. Wise 10 83 31 110 d W. 11a11 ' :19 '' 14S *43 '. 9.4 E:.1branui : 11i $3 26 11. lMclowaI 131 93 453 7.9' 1,J Ioiler' ""' '9`=!'1 `-*"5 01 II. Wehanck 10 40 * 19 '4.'4 G. Butcher 10 28 *9 9 3.4; G.31illcr« 'b14:. 6. '8' 0. lecees 9 21 6 C. Knnuer. 7,. 14 * 7 s 8it'oihee s not out. BOWLING AVEIRAGE. J. I oller. -14- -3. .15 3 p A. Floa~t 696 3 31 5413 lI. 31Dowal 112 1349 61 4 'J. Wise-.y ^ ,418.; '184- "2S a, II,( .,A Spcduing - .91 : ' l T 7- . G. houtcheer 1S - 2, " 0 '. l).7oiran ""8 SO`' 1 10.0

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ELSTERNWICK IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE. FRIDAY, MAY 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 12 May 1888

'ELSTERNWICK IMPROVEMENT T :. SCOMMITTEE. RID: .,. 'F AY, MAY, 11. Prese?t-Messrs, Reid (president), "Ur6: Sincocks, seer., Kirkham, SBachelor, Wise, Reynolds, Pinnocks, '6.iid Masters: The ,minutes ,of last meetingg were read: and conrmed. 0onEsPo~E ' CE F 'orimthe Town Clerk of St. Kilda inforimig the conummittee + that their commuinication with reference to .the iinpasable.st:ate of Glen Huntly road and-St, Kilda street had been brought up at ,the ordinary .meeting of the council, and referred to the' surveyor to report to the Public Works Comrn mittee.-Received. From.the Town Clerk of Brighton stating that the complaint fromn the. Elsternwick Improvement yCommittee re the drainage flowriig through Elster Creekbetween New street and, the Point Nepean road, as also :lle defe-: live raling of the boidge had--be? "at their last meeting ...eferred to the surveyor . to. repo.t thereon---Re ogived. NEEW STATE SCHOOL. . The *President. said that since' the Inast meeting- he had noticed ...

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

- - S D A Y, MAY la At Twelve o'clock. At the residence, Hazelwood, SOUTH ROAD, SOUTH BRIGHTON( Under instructions from A. McFarland, Esq h(Trteeo l oner hois left the All the really recherche and quite new HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE & EFFECTS, MAGNIFICENT PIANO, by Romnlcli. Superior Appointments and General Furnishings. To Private Families, Gentlemen Furnishinu, Furniture BEokers and Dealers, Residents' Tin theNeighborhood, and Others. T. JAQUE8 MARTIN & 00., LIMITED Are favored with instructions from A. McFarland, Esq., trustee of the owner, who has left for England, to Sell by Public Auction, at the residence, Hazel wood, South Road. South lrighton, on Tuesday. May 16, at twelve o'clock, All the really recherche and quite new Household Furniture and Effects. Magnificent Piano by Ronisch. Superior Appointments, and General Furnishings. . FullParticulars in due course. Catalogues may be obtained at the offices of the Auctioneers. No reserve. ' No reserve. i WU EDNESDAY; M...

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CAULFIELD POLICE COURT. MONDAY MAY 7. (Before Messrs. Holland and Watts, J's.P.) STRAT CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 12 May 1888

- AULFIEWl PR LISE C URT. -r MONDAY MAY 7. (B'foMla?ars.. Hollad and Watt J's.P.) '. STRAY CATTLEL Jaines Miraibms was charged by the shire ranger with allowing two horses to striiy' on the- piiblic streets, and was fined 5s, with 2s 6d costs, fore;: a; 'injilar offence' James Malane. "was; mulcted in half that amount. NEGLIGENT DRIVING. J. McGuiness, R. Gillespie, J. ctcntyre, R.; Needs, W. Eastwood, And Thos.lBrownfield, were ehk?ged by Senior Constable Woods and Constable LFoorham 'with negligent driving, and were' fined £1 each, the last named, as he: strenuously denied the offence, had to pay a'crown extra. for-.the-expense of a witness, which Constable Loorham had to subpopna.. A ; 4 BED. Robert 'urger, bitcher, residing at the.corner.aftHtotham street aid 'l'en Eira road- was charged by Senior Con stable Woods with allowing his yard to remin'i h.a filthy ana abominable condition. The Constable deposed that. he visited the defendant's place on the 30th ult., ind fpi?nd about 2...

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