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BRIGHTON POLICE COURT FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25. (Before Messrs. Sprigg and Walsh, J'sP.) OBSCENE LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 26 November 1887

BRIGIITON 'POLICE COUiR. T FirIDAY, NovIinmt 25. (Before Messrs. Sprigg and Walsh, J'aP> SOBSCENE LANGUAGE. :FrederiCk Jones was charged by Con stable -Brennan with making use of obh scene languaoe, on Sunday evening last, in the Point Nepean road. The offenco was fully proved and defendant who ad imitted the crime, after being ssverely reprimanded by the bench, was let off with a fine of £1 it being his first offenca. DEoT CASES... D r. Maddock,. on behalf of o .Mea ? Ackery, Bushbly, Harris and Blyth, work-, men lately employed by Mr. Mapson, at,, the Salvation Army Barracks, got a ver dict for £.12 lls 10d wages due, with' £1 2s Gd costs in each case. RIDING ON THE FOOTPATII. Constable Brennan charged a youth, named W. T. Lewis, with ridin-i on 'a bicycle along the footpath in the Point. Nepean Road. Mr. G. C. Lewis, father of the defend ant, appeared in answer to the charge, but was told by the bench he could not be heard, the son must appear. Master Lewis then.came into cour...

Publication Title: Elsternwick Leader And District Record, The
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The Leader. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, NOV. 26, 1887. THE BEAUMARIS TRAMWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 26 November 1887

JUSTICE TO ALL. -imxiense- boon to - the public, and de--' eloper of the abundant resources of:'a ich anid highly favored district. The faresi fixed upon are remarkably: liberal, namely, threepenceper section say from Cheltenham to Rickett's point, etc. Vith such facilities for travelling as the tram, when com pleted, will afford, it is reasonable to suppose and e'pect that land will be eagerly sought after by professional and business men anxious to escape the frightful dust and racket of the metropolis. Rapid settlement would soon follow, and of course, the more buildings to be taxed the greater will be the inflow of. coins into the municipal treasury. Such being the case, .the:promoters?f thert~ram should recei-ve every encouragement. We have the best reason to believe that the whole Council have the greatest interest in seeing the tram placed upon a sound and prosperous footing, but feel it a duty they owe to the ratepayers at the same time, to pre vent anything being entered in...

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CAULFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 26 November 1887

CAULFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. TIIURSDAY, NOVEMBEIt 24. Present-Crs. Ne?ing (president), Holland, Hartle, Llne, Long, Griffin, Ballantyne, Looker, Selby, Lingdon,: Cotton and Lo Page. MINUTES. The minutes of last meeting were read and confirimed, Crs. Griffin, Ba lantyne,. and Looker objecting to their riding being included in the loan scheme. CORRIESPONDENCE. The Kew Council forwarded a circular, containinn the following resolutions for which they c!aimed the co-operation of . the Caulfield Shire Coiucil: 1. That in future, sub-division of land in the City, the Council would no: enter tain the question of taking over private streets, unless the approval of the plan cat sub-division by the Borough Surveyor has been obtained at the time of such sub division. 2. That the co-operation of the various Borough Councils in Mel ourne and Sub urbs, be invited in _this:I'nif[lf l - v ' view f providing proper drainage facili': ties, and the uniformity of streets and lanes. Cr Cotton moved, and Cr B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 26 November 1887

The? h Proprietor of:this - Journal having made ExTENSIVE ADDITIONS to the Office Plant is enabled to guarantee the execution of GENERAL PRINTING in all ts branches. The work, in respect to Style, Variety, Despatch, or Economy, may be depended upon as second to none issued from first-class city houses.

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SHIRE OF MOORABBIN. West Riding Election. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 26 November 1887

4 IEIRE 'OF MOORABDIN. Vi. ju. Aet thRiding Election. lling boothre thae eventusual ir was infusnot marked with anynto the election of splay, most Thursdayof the free and independent electors essaying to exerciseof Stheir Sparights Asin the eaderly part of the dayware Tvere were three candidates, Mr Abbotthem thselves untramellend Mfor the afternoonle and -evening t. jun. Avisit the Mordialloc polling places. booth the event was not marked with any outward display, must of the free and A t P icnic and Cheltenham polling booths their rights in the early partwas of the damost lively of very probably with a view time thatve the. sepoll opened until its close the rncommitteeon and - evening t'o visit the other polling, places. *At Picnic and Cheltenham polling booths the scene was of the most lively of descriptions. From the time that the. poll opened until its close the committee and friends and supporters of the various candidates did their 1,vel best to ensure success. Scores of vehi...

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ELSTERNWICK IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE. ELSTERNWICK PAKK. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 26 November 1887

ELSTELNM 4ICK:IlIPROI ENIENT ' OOMMITTEE ELSTIMI WICK PA KK Hr'lire said thit he ind heard it statd& that the old lease of the trotting club had been .cancelled," and. a fresh one .entered into. The president' said, that until. soine definite informationn reached them no action could 1be taken: :He reminded the connmittee of the proimise made Mr Don 'in the presence of some score of residents which he hardly thought that gentleman Would break. rThc' president further stated that Mr Riowin had promised a donation of live guineas towards the fnnd ;for testing the right of the council to lease the ground. Mr 'iowan, although himself a racig mnian, was entirely opposed, to.the kind of races held onr the reserve, asi also to the undesir able class of persons whiclh freqiented, the same.--It was deccided. to ~request;: Mr Harris, M.P.; i to put the.question in the House is to;lthetheor or not a renewal of the lease hald 'en granted ? SCAULFIELn LOASN. : The pliesidet called the eh...

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A TRIP TO OCEAN GROVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 26 November 1887

LTgIIIP TO OCEAXY CR0E Ccc. n Grove is the name of a charmingly; situated ness settlement, .lying ;bctaeea Connews,:srr ike on one, ide, and' Qucens cliff assay to the left on the 'other: he lands are ample, and ithe views of old oceani Connekarre lakesand shipping simply magn ificent The settlcement: is started 'to miet a long felt~want, that )s, whererecrea tion and religious exercises mik be obtained wiethot hein near the nndcsirable influen ces and snrrondings of the ialnor tiofln. the settlspient bheinig foundeloni strictly temperance lprinciple Theprop eityhas been cuired by a Mi thodist Syndicate ound alrie ) onsiderible pi r dtof.the estate has been judicions1l s rveyed-an i n open for sale lat very mod erate prices The Hon C. H ames, e er in the front to pro mote dny good work, hias, ve helieve,, ren dered very valuable o issistance in bringing, things to thei- present satisfactory position. To " Spy out the land," and 'ascertain its suitability for the purposes intended, a...

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OUR OPEN COLUMN. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE "LEADER.") [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 26 November 1887

OUR OPEN COLUMN. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE " LEADER.") Sri,--I yesterday handed the accompany ing letter to the "Age Office" for publication, but it has omitted to publish .it, although to-day, which is the day of the election, it publishes one froin Mr. Sparks. This does notappear to me to be fair, and I shall be glad if you will kindly pinblish: it for me in order that the public maj.know all the facts. t:'.Yours ete, 24th November 1887 (TO TIlE EDITORit O- ['G') SIR,-In your ssue of today, nder the heading of-- A" Ro -dy; Municipal. ERIe tion," your reporter hais, 'nodonbt, in advertently furnished, you with':i report of what took place which in -certain, :import nut particulars is not in 'nccorldauce with the facts, and as that report reflects dis credit, not only upon. the district but also upon myself and my suipporters, .I trust that in a spirit of fair play you will insert this. letter. -The -imeeting.,,v asllcaed by myself at `tho Mechaioiesnstsoeie, C tn ham. Cr. Comport was v...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 26 November 1887

SIX.ECLUTED AT THrE GAS -PRINTING OFFICE BA Y ST E T ý,BRIGHTO Witroflsionl ptian, Ustnc ilan I Farmer, ntc.aotc, Miner, Soldier, An Saior, Zot r ug:sae , Everybody, in . fact, uffTcrong trom Chronic, Acute, -:-IF STOP 1 Thre ag^onizin andr danz." rou aina - T (:a .sceltitzeI rsr:te { li:r:rer's S:,fcl ure)t SIoIet eic for Tll hiculat-" to Affertions. ITe guorasutte to c Lre '. per?Cnt. or ailt wi nttCRE, t trsllsbt, Er drertona ore "froltowed,. is no cxperltcnetak contulouod; -! NIO IT-- ubdu es te Fire In 1T3 liood, andt Idrives ot2i lc uer, llhic., ltacle, an ill other :,!d. hlict csutse lten iailisU, anui ?hirIch oils, blisters, lad loiottoi, nerer have doneu and [neve stn do.-Ih, u .atltoo Ocio??g a hbood dtiasc,. Tte best results sire S secured iy' ;!lernlling . WARINEl'S SAIFE RHiiEUMATII CURE with S lTarrner's Sa fe Cure. =- NOW! -- To-dny, do not longer trifle with d:lger. We do Inot cure everything m from one bottle: Warner's Sate mlt imi.-_ cities (for sale by nlt Cheuiil...

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CRICKET. North Brighton v East Melbourne Alberts. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 26 November 1887

OCRICK E T., '-0-- i_,ortia Brightonv East Melbourne Alberts. :.This match was played on the ground .of: the former. The East Melbourne '". Alberts were the first to bat, and were all sdisposed o'f .for the small- total of 12. ^Sweeoey 3., l:Dowal 3 for 1, and Moore .5 , of' ,dne' good work with the ball ,'TieN:orth Bright'tn then went' init. bat, and at call of tiii had lost o wickets for a207 ' i Dow 5;. 'Moore 43 (not obut :Mille 33, and Spedding 22 (not out) were ',the 'principal curera for the North. ?Isrit'lisngtini "Alli S.aixnts'Inon?i This match .wai layed last Saturdpay on the' rouidf tlhie forminer, andresulted vani a wits for te it nrliughana by -21 ruin; selio res being : "Hurliughlan, SG 3aid 1 SAll Siints"' Union, 15 and 6 *fur 30. 'iGrndy ~ 9Otallw 8, batted well for the ""'g'srling aia, and Callow and Gard were ~bth mnot successful with the leather. B rirghton v. Iiclnnond Ramblers. i" This match wa. played Iast Saturday, at igK)rightoaB Reacl. The Ramblers were the...

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THE CHELTENHAM MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 26 November 1887

THE, IHELTENlI HAM `GoiiicrEso'NDEcsE i app iiin5 elsewhe e re:l tefiaca tl ct:occirr cd-'a?sr t h?e leecc d itn s we give both shies a sa and iiow we shall, have i little sa oiirsel' es_- In athe fint placce; some aillowance must alwys yibe made fortle;high liurreni tof feling that is .iuimni gat such times. Tlings may Wbe" tsild , done thati'll partics look over; adi1 ace sorry for-afterwards We trust:it will be so; in this cae'.i With l 'iid ~to, thev immediate:' causie e i leiit otl the cblumirinaii 'd Sr Spaiks :wei to ' certain extent in the :wrong Spaiirk in ot accepting tlejieidict of thfe ?chairu:n"h chaiiman'iin'otaccepting anegative poicy dgorei otnde rsoisily qiite comniestion ini thlis country: Not an' , electioni passe? bluit` someone moves 'that so aiid-so :is inot.. a fit and proper.per soii to 'epresent them: -What else could Mr. Sparks mo've as an adverse speaker?

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 26 November 1887

LOCAL ITEMS. WE are pleased to see that ithe -sm of £36,000 has been placed in the schedule for railway' improvements, to duplicate the railway.line from Caulfield to Mordialloc. This will be a very great boon to the public, and will remove ones apprehensions of collisions that are very. likely to occur on single lines, especially at holiday.times and ii-enecti i. with; niews. - ,Onur readeirs Will remember that we strenuously urged the Commissioners and the Governor to get this work done early. THE committee of the Brighton Gala met on Wednesday evening when it was resolved, that owing to an oversight in not advertising the open racesain last week's "Sportsman," that entries for all races be leftopen tillThursday, December ist. "-The Sports' Committee also wish it to be understood that all competitors must send in their performance for the last two (2) years in writing. Also that any member of any Friendly Society, in Brighton, is eligible to compete in any members' race. Several o...

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BRIGHTON TOWN COUNCIL. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 26 November 1887

BRIGHTON TO\WN I1COIIL: Io0nfy tt ov ~d ernec 1 e i Present drs' Dent .-(mayor) Ean, untly, Birrows, Franci,. Miro and ¶fhe Kew Council forwarded a circular,· containin" the aollowiiigr resolutions for which they claimed the Co-operation5 of , the Biighton Town Council 1. That jin` fture sii d- iision land in the City; the Council uld notonte tain th questio of taking overprivate streets, unless the approval ofthe plan subdivisio by the Boroug Surveyor has been obtained at the time of such sub division.i 2. That the co-operation of the various Borough Councils in Melbourne and Sub urbs, be invited n this- matter ith ai ties; and the runiformity o.bf streets and lanes: The circuilar ivas referred to th Public Works Committee for'cousideration. From T. Bea and lr Biidd, with ·re ferresceto works iaRoodeng street:-The surveyor aproduieda the plan and: showed thereon that th council hadonl carried out the workson oie s?id6 of 'the street. Cr Francis took exception toElthe ?council, comp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 26 November 1887

* Coket; and SchoolsW,' ":; ::: Fi1str AT OiP. Y BRIGHTON LADIES'- COLLEGE " ' . ( Ellesmere,") :Q ! .' ''f rr, . *-Ah nRir W Rf Ti . ( : -'; . ., : Near the Town Hall -: ..c... ... : I ,.p rcA L: X. I--..** . .. (Late of Clifton Hl rill lest'College), For several y eah itfather under th ':,:.. e Board oi Education, - SAssisted by Cl -MISS A. E. COX. : nglish Literature and Mathematics, S:: GRENFELL, B.A.. L.L.B. French and German, HERR OTTO MULLER. S. : Drawing and Painting, J F. JONES, EsQ. Pianoforte, JA ONDEsEQ,. - Thfis8l3RE irT-R.IA.M., - Mns. ORR and Miss A. E. COX ;. Calisthenics, M'I'::: nSSES DICK and MOON. R-resident Governess: M ISS A, E. COX. ITERMS (Payable in adlance) SDay Pupils: - English'(as below), also' Languasm . .. SOne and half to Four Guineas per Tier Residicnt Pupils (unlder12 years): English (as below), also Langenges,., °Music, dand Painting .' P - " S, Twelve Guinens per Term S" Residlent -Pupils (over 12 years): English (as ,below).'also Liagnages, ..: S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 26 November 1887

Regulating Children's Teeth Will ensure beauty in after life. Scaling the Teeth. Improves the appearance and prevents decay. Stepping Hollow Teeth, preserves them for an indefinite period. Extraction is necessary when the teeth are too much' decayed for stopping. Artificial Teeth then make an efficient substitute for the natural ones: All the above Dental works, repairs to plates, &c., &c., is now done by J.. H. NIEscANa and Co..- Dentist and Chemists, at their new consulting room Church-street near Middle Brighton station. [Advt.] : -:--; !-i:i: . i" /??:; i i i - :' : CHURCH SERVICES TO MORROW. Presbyterian.--Brighton, Rev. J. Steel M.A., 11 and 7. Elsternwick.-Rev. J. Hay, 11 and 7. - Cheltenham, 3; .Mentone; 11,; Mordialloc 7. Rev, IR. M. Fergus. Baptist Church.-Rev. S. Howard, 11 and 7. Congregational.- Rev. J.Prckard, 11 and Christian Chapel, Cheltenham.- ?3r Goodacre, 7. Union Ghapel. South Brighton-Mr;-J 3 Smnith, 3; Mr. Warte, 7. Church of England.-First Sun...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 26 November 1887

Election. ScHIRE OF' CMOORAB I N. W- EST RIDING. EXTRAORDINARY ELFCTION. At the Poll taken this day for the elee tion of One Councillor, to fill the vacancy : cannused by the resignation of Mr. H. Sparks for this Riding, the number of votes.'re- corded at the various polling booths..were: its follows- - 'Abbott David . . earle Charles' Jewell..: , .: " l Vail E. L. Junr... ... .. :3 :.a- i :. Hearle nrch.lhs i-w0 PICNIC. Abbott David ·t. 1 185 Ifearle Charles Jen ell:. f o10 Vail E L.B. n:.. . ;60 CHELTENHAM. Iearle Charles Jewell.. ..,120 Vail E. L: Junir... ... ...135 Total-Abbott.'333; Vail, 228: Hearle; I therefore declare the said DAVID BOTT to be duly elected a Councillor of t Rid of the Shire of Moorabbin, . Returning Officer. lMechanics Institute, Cheltenham, November, 24th, 187. S?HIRE. OF MOORABBIN, S WEST RIDING ELECTION. -LAIES and GENTLEMEN, I take the earliedst oiportniity of thank ings those of yoi sheo so kindlyiecorded me their support on Thrsday last, sod the gerit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 26 November 1887

Banks. '4omnnerelal B ank of Australia (Limited) Authorised Capital .... .. £3,000,000 --, ubsglsribed Capital..:. . ...2,00,000 P l-aid Up : - 1,00000, lleserve Fund ... . 0,000 HEAD OFF;.CE -.0 COLLINS ST. RW, ond?n0c OflicesBishlopsgate, St. -Within, corner of Leadenhall-street, E.C.. - BRIORTONI BRANCH Coriner- Baye ': CocIlane&.Streetg. SInterest alor.ed on FIXED DEPOSI.i]" Ighust eurrent iates. Bilils'Disdonnted a ancese - W.;M Farlaid. Manager. ENGLISH. SCOTTISII. AND AUSTRALIAN CHARTERED BANK. (Incorporated by Loyal Charter 1852) Paid up Capittl, with power to increase to £1.,,00,00... .. 70,0001 licseirvcLiabilityof Shareholders £720100; Reserve fund ... : ...... SL': teuw.ilek ?r ?-nch GZ.EN HUNT L- RW D, it Current H ites i? f E~ianrger. Biis Dtiscontri c d anld Adii?i?iiCS ndomeL _ - - - tR. 3I.CICEZIE, MIanager. Produce Merchants; " r:s".! trigtoni Produce Store tand :-' ood ind Coal Depot T:. `BRADLEY AND SONS,_ . a:: I,,te 31. L, acrtncy, BJA:Y STREET BRIGHTON...

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Novelist. DAYS OF CRIME AND YEARS OF SUFFERING AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY. Reprinted from "The Australasian" of 1867 by special permission.) CHAPTER XXIX.—(Continued) [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 26 November 1887

Novelist. DAYS OF CRIME AND YEARS OF SUFFERING ------♦♦♦-----   AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY. ------♦♦♦------ Reprinted from" The Australasian" of 1867 by special permission.) CHAPTER XXIX.—Continued)   But enterprise begets competition, and originality leads to imitation. Thus it was that a fellow named Rough, under sentence to two years, took it into his head to do a little agency business for a mere ordinary turnkey, and was fast pocketing all Fenton's cash; and what was more embarrassing still, was getting quite familiar with the 'mysteries' of the esta-   blishment. It therefore became im- perative to remove Rough, and Rough was accordingly removed to another gaol. Some few days after Rough's removal, very early one morning a letter was brought to the gaol gates, addressed to the sheriff. The letter was brought into the gaol office. I took it from the turnkey who handed it in, and as soon as I glanced at the superscription I walked over with it to Mr....

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Almost Extinct. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 3 December 1887

Almtos4t E ix t.i n Are there any old folks these days? Poets may talk of "age creeping on apace;" -they may sing, ever so'sweetly, of the conviviali-! ties oE life's inter;' but in these times noth-' ing.creeps,,not even -old.age,.and ths snow: wreatlia'do. not oonciicle the heated brow." Few grow 'old; ;and quallr' sad, few grow y oung. Every thought is swisllowcdup ini busines or pleasure, the young man has an ' old'head " and the old manayoungeone, or nonbe at all. Launchced forth into"'the world's strife, he must never grow old, never let'the shbfidrifts settle. This is no day for old men'! so 'tis said. :,-And the women ? There are no old ones nowadays. .Society, like business, docs not tolearr the old. Art must hide-the snowy hair and fill the furrows on tlio checks; white hairs and wrinkles may be !poetical, but notattractive in the women of the world!. . Withl childhood and old age lost, what is man ? Jumped from babyhood to minhiood and 'womanhood, there is no niornin,r. n...

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Farm and Garden. [Newspaper Article] — The Elsternwick Leader and District Record — 3 December 1887

V·alue of B'as as Food.-Asa general' thing,l'farmers' tamilies do not make use of as many cggs as non-producers of the cities ;and'villages, who are obliged to purchase them, and this cas often been a surprise to us.:-rMany a farmers' family will confine themselves to a' meat diet, perhaps a diet of salt pork. and every week take to the market ': basket of fresh eggs. Farmers are toomuch given to meat-eating, and the way their 'meats' are usually cooked, renders them unfit for the human stomach. Their pork generally swims in poisonous grease, and their beef is so over-cooked as to be almost indigestible. A diet of well-cooked meat could be improved by the more frequent use of eggs. The appetite craves a certain amount of animal food, and the system demands it, and milk and eggs are the best two forms in which animal food exists. *'They are whole foods. The egg contasits all ?-the substances necessary for the formation of :< organised' bodies, and it therefore follows "tha...

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