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PARLIAMENTARY NEWS. OPENING OF THE SESSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 23 June 1888

, PARLIAMENTARY NEWS. OPENING OF THE -SESSION. The third session of the Parliament of Victorian was opened at -2 o'clock last Tuesday afternoon, by his Excel lency the Governor in person. All th'eceremonies cuitomary to the open ing were duly observed. The sur rouridings of the functions were not quite so brilliant as on former oc casions. -His lExcellency - wa&- escor ted by the men of the Nordenfeldt Battery, and the guard of honour was furitished'by -thi' 2nd ct'attalion of Victorian Rifles. The full text of the speech read by the Governor appeared in the Metropilitan dailies, and from it we glean that he congratulated the honourible members on the continued prosperity of the country, and stated thit " anlthough hitherto the temperate couIselsof statesmeunk iave succeeded in mainitiiing pence in Europe, there ha?;' bren iomnniis- Tvlei it seemed as if war was imminent; and :my ad visers ha"e 'followed'the course of Y"u'cls' withli uil&fitted attention. [tuchlh'nas...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A BLACK IMP OF MISCHIEF. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 23 June 1888

A BLA.,K IMP OF MISCHIEF. Ot all the etrange birds and beaers on a o.rtaiu ostrich rarm in South Africa (say. a writer in the "Saurday Review") Bobby the crow wai perhaps, on the whole, the reries favourite. He was a black imp o' misachief, who destroyed the vegetables, st?le the egg., kill d the chickens, and did his neet to pull down the house. lie loved to go out tiding, and would sit on his master's utn helmet, balancing himself with hls great black wings, and reminding one ot the raven crest or some ancient Stcand navian warrior. Suddenly he would Oart atter one of those great gaudy louosts which, look like painted toys, ant having captured itr Sreturn to his place to enjoy the dainty moeel. Every morning Bobby wakened his master by a few gentle pecks and then departed on ria rounds outside. He would perch on the wire ence aend begin to p.actiee all the nolaes he conulto remembe of fowls, donkeys, or eoge, or hold long conversations with himeelf, or which profane language seeme...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOUL OF A WATERSPOUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 23 June 1888

SFUUL tu. A WA& itkrUUoiv . , The followlig yar is told Ia the ' Daily Telegraph' to 'A Seafarer' by ' hisfriencd, the Second Mates :-'The hief mate wasne a cheerful little Welabman-Godl rant bin soul-one of the most intelligent seamen I was ever aeseciated with, with as tender a I heart as ever beat under a velvet waistcoat, I and eyes so bright that I'd sometimes think ( that the redness that tinged them was nothing but the ecorchirg of the skin by the Ile:hinr of his g-'e. We were very good t friends,both of a rather poetical turn of mind, no very great rarity ainongateeamen, though t the conformedly strained manliness of the sailor makes him feel sheepish even to be suspected of a romantic humour now and again. The skipper hovered about till 10. then went below. I joined the mate, and we fell to quietly pacing the deck, talking of anything but the weather and the heat, and the calm, beholg sick of the things. No, eir, our conversation went to ooneideratien of the sort of...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MEMBRANOUS CROUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 23 June 1888

MEMBRANOUS CROUP. At the topof the windpipo (which leads =o the In ge., and i- in front of the gullet, which leards trthe stomach) we find what might be called the "voice boz' (larynx). It is an expanded continua'ion of the windpipe (rrachea), and contains what ace kno nau the ''vocal cords" These are two fihre-el.atic ourtaine, which occupy each lateral half of the larynx It a piece of cloth be placed ball acrome the mouth of an ordinary pail, and another piece over the o her half, a little apace being letI between them, the ttu Segmerte of cloth inside the rim woula correspond to the "vocal cords." Between in. vocal cords is a long, narrow chink, and through this chink paeeee al the air we respire. When a high musical note is given, the vocal cords become tense, their edgen uvtrxim-te. and the Interveninge pace or think in narrowed. Ia croup this opening it ,imirteh.d. san the freecom of resptratier, maeeritly affected. Two weeks are we 'eferred to spasmodtc croup andn its comr pa...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KASPAR HAUSPER (STANDARD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 23 June 1888

KAtIPAB k1AB2SPER woa thal (srANDARD.) eye In the current numbor of the "'Quarterly can Review" there is an article which tells sati once more, with luoldity and judgment, the' strange tale of Kasper Hanner. It was in me May, 1828, that a young lad was found In wh an untrtquented part of the picturesque pei town :f Nuremberg, that wonderful place .,~ which takes you back at a bound into the ill middle ages.' Ho was leaning ogaient a lad wall in a very consehaied attitue,, like a: st person unable to control the movement ;w of his limbo . He could on'y utter cuo some half-dozen intelligent words and a pre number of semi-articulate sounds, and could a give no account of himself or of his belog-" ha rugs, or of the mods in which he came to an the place; hbut he held in his hand a paper, do which purported to furnish some explava- t l tions. The writer stated that he was a ;, poor labouring man, with ten children of be r his own to support ; that the boy had beeo lift at his house sixte...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IT COST TOO MUCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 23 June 1888

IT COST TOO MUCH. Io the early days of the direct tea-trade betweetn China nnd Amereca, importer- were anxious to secure the eariiet cargoes of a new crop. The fastest clipper ships wererngagedr in the trade Great haste in loadini: them wae followed bh a hot rac- toreach New Y- rk. It'oe ret cereo bronugt the bent price and urge proies; the successful captain was always rewarded. so every knosyn aid to n aviation was adopted. A younrg captain of one of Mr. Atore' clippers bought on one of hie trips a new chronometer, and with its aid made a quick pase.ge and arrived first. He put the price of it into the expenes accon,t of the tip, but Mr. Astor threw it out, inoi-tine that such an item of expense for new falgled uoriore could not be allowrd. The captain thrco?,nou resigned and trok service with a rival line. The next year he reached porr lung in advance of any competiror, to the -reat delieht tsld irotit of hie employers, and the chagrin rof Mr. Astor. Not long a-ler 'hey chanced t...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 23 June 1888

10' rev't"lol `ry or htdd b,tr to Its o'IgtnoI DVNiTO) . On& INR RetNOVArOt I. onpe '. Io YBI rMo.b'" fbTi-i. o .Iew o tn.to,, r.p....lon,. ml, t i ftto to poromote the coo It d heoty of tb Id.. oond to Order It deI~ofat-.y-o9 and ¢l ,my. I · woo w I sand /.uIer ,Ai j .-t try s- O .ftsd too till be roll p1 ne ".b . ,he r-tOtl p..Icb..o. Said by o I OUruln.t 'bolbooboot ob. .j.'. II enoofal 0o k o " to tb leXolpre CYý 4*1.. on do not o'· sa .,be. tbO s n) be *2J 1.-(etm) Gaimllemand Baths. The best hvrne in townr-John Danko and Sim'.. 42 (only) Bmrka street wes, Call in ard are their stk.-(ADT) Do not fret, IYof eil weak nd derre-.d. on o~ r 'bar·bL r h" ar · dmlnD In ON '3 n? -S yrU COMPOUND ataavCR o D4991It1.ON. rbi medicine nell a the , Wad and Ione up the 'peter. Itan eliodliaetnand Ill foramei 'ver a mpiait acrue er-kce.a. actL . eaumaiain. derop.ln 'S dacy and all dhtaw h blck bar. th.ko'larl 1. ad caleb and dierneaed livre. JaDn4cce'e Pt . er terrmma uded µa aual fami...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ADVENTURES OF SAILOR WOMEN. (NEW YORK SUN). [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 23 June 1888

ADVENTURES OF SAILOR WOMEN. (raw ionK s8w). We were well into the Gulf of Bengal. bound for Madras, when one morning. just as night was fading into dawn, I thought'I ' heard a voice hailing us from the surfaee of the ses. There are sea birds who cry out almost like human beings, and although I was startled by the hail, I dismissed it after a few seconds as the cry of a bird. Scarcely had I done so when it came again. and this time I knew it was the voice of a' woman, There was no need to hail the mate on watch, for he had heard the cry a welL We were jogging along under easy sail, ant he seized the glass and ran up the fore rigging. There was a sort of steam rlainfr from the ater, but he mate had not climbed' 30ft. when down be came again, and in one breath ordered the ship into the wind. the captain aroused, and a boat lowered. We of the wa:cb had nodoubt that the ship had been hailed by castaways, but the boat was down before any of us made oat s lone woman. in a sort of canoe cra...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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OUT OF PAWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 23 June 1888

OUT OF PAWN. When Sam Carley, the manager of the ' Hit or-lies Comedy Company, reached Olsyrille with hia theatrical party he and they ware in hard luck. The concern had made more misses than bits,.and the money t cheat was reduced nearly to its last dollar d The only hope of Sam and the company was . that the one performance at Clayville I would yield them enough to enable them to square accounts and get on to Tipton, where they had a contract for what is known in c theatrical parlance as 'a certainty.' It was soon apparent that this hepa was doomed ,c diesapointment, and it was indeed most woefully disappointed. Toe Clayville people s failed to be attracted by too attraction; the t littletheatrowas distressieoglyempty, and the reoeipts were lamentably email. There was jest enough money in the concern to pay the way of the party to Tipton, but nothing beyond that to cettle the hotel bill, but they know well that their trunks would be held until it was settled or ' arranged.' But th...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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A TERRIBEE CRIME PREVENTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 23 June 1888

+0A TERRIBEE? CRIE-.?; PRE ENTED _ By As EBxDwrme My first trio to America was in connection with a remarkable ease. I may as well relate the circumasansesee tbheobeaunedtb me. One morning early itno74 I received a harried noet from the bead of ouear effie re questing my presences-t once. I lost no n time lobmyin g the summons, and on making my appearance was, without ceesmony or ez. olanation, introduced to a bhandsome young fellow, who appeared to be suffering from some deep emotion. - Inform this gentleman as briefly as- you have told me all that has occurred.' was my principal's only remark, 'and it anything is likely to be done in the matter he will under. It take it.' When we were left alone, the gentleman o began: ' You have doubtleas heard of the late fire a at OCrlingham Court' i Yee.' ' Until that occurred I thought that I was the son of the late owner.' ' Alfred Jeasop, Esq, of Carliagham major, and of the Ciit of London.' "Exatly.' 'And how has the fire affeeted you?' 'M...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 23 June 1888

"The chsracterie iEs of life." says Mr. Henry Drummuad. F.R S"'., etc., "accord ing to physiology, are four in numb-r Ae'imiliation, Wate. Reproduction. and tpotrnoeous Action." ' T7 the thonghtfnl, who will analyse their ewn inner ei;stten, this statement in self-evident. But the troth of the definition has another and for more prac.'ical and n'eful illustration. 'The in. visible disease Rgrm proves its living exie tence-first, br easimiliation to the human Str? ? th thrd by the rrprou?ction ofa itel a mi lion-fold in our sevteme; and foarth, by its epontaenro production of typhoid, the mtet reliahbe and effectual preventive of which is Hunter's odourlepe disinfectant. (Oiemiste. racerr, and in bulk chesply from Samoel Lowe. tram termionus, Collin street west.-(AuVy ) Lon't Throw Away. Dont' threw away your old croons, fork., cruets, salvere, tea and. onfIfee services, cake h -aLe, eperanes. etc. SBad them to John Dankr u ueeon'e, 42 (o?li) Bourkte treet we.t, to ba eplated equal t...

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THE OUTLAWS OF TUNSTALL FOREST. A ROMANCE OF THE OLD WORLD. BOOK II. THE MOAT HOUSE. CHAPTER IV. THE PASSAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 23 June 1888

:IHE OUTLAWS OF TUT-' STALL FOREST" .. a .:QMANCE OF THE OLD WORLD, RB, OBERT LOUIS STEVENSON, Auth o 1 ** T .dM " Oo. BOOK IIH. THE MOAT HOUSE. CHAPTER IV. THa PASSAGE. paOnge In which Dick and Joanna now Sthemselve wasee narrow, dirty, and e. At the other end of It a door stood partl4y open; the same door, wilhout doabt, they had heaxd the man unlocking. "?.vy cobwebs hung from the root; and the trd flooring echoed hollow under the liteat tread. Btyond the door there were two branches at ight angles. Dick chuse one of them at random, and the pair hurried with echoing foestaeps along the hollow of the chapel roof. The top of toe arched ceiling rose like a whale's back in the dim glimmer of the la . Here and there ere spy-hole, con O don the other side by the carvingof theI .o :o and looking down through one of teae,' Dick saw toe paved floor of the shka el-the altar, with Its burning tapera- , ad stretched before it, on the steps, the f .e of Sir Oliver praying with uplifted t At t...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 23 June 1888

i Special Avertlsements PALLOTo AND WOODMASON 10 Chapel Street, 10 PRAHRAN, TWO DOORS NORTH OF COFFEE TAVERN;,i --THE eHEAPEST FURNITURE WAREHOUSE -. I- : South Yarra, Prahran, Windsor and St. Kilda.. How io Furnish a 3-roomed Cot gage:?r £13 13s., for.net cash : . .., Siinig-rooin Colonial Sofa;'titli Squab and Bolsters ",: .. ... £ 7 6 Cedar Chiffoniere Safe, Polished 1 6 0 Six Cane Chairs .. . ... 1 4 0 RoundTable . 0 12 6 Table Cover ... .0 6 dernd Irons ... ... 0 12 6 Matting to cover room 0 10 6 hearth Rig . n :? ... 0 6 6 Cornice Pole and Brackets 0 11 6 Hlip M at .. .. ".. 1 Follsizejleadstead;; ..--._..: -X110-0 IPallinsses .. ... 0 11 0 Full-sized Flock Mattrass ...0 18 . Flock Bolster :: .'; . '::'.-0 '6": Fwo Flock Pillows .. -... .0--^ ? 0" Wash Stand, with Towel Rail 0... 0 9 6 Dressini Tab-o.*iC+-° -. 0- 0 Fnl-size Tcilet"Set -.m ..-l " 010, 6 One Cane Chair ?v . .M 0LO l 1 I0 Toilet Glass ... ..... 0 5 0 Kitchen: Table /. . ' . . l" - '. 0 12 0 We would:eill attentio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 23 June 1888

aUxOIAu Lat.TO WUNaMa limp. - ittsal. 1U?00E00. aii.UsiOl ?sodMp, &70.M anK. 3. B aises M.P. wu.m Deen, Eeq.. a. Johl oed?le, aq. S ubhebnlln, eq., J.P. INIRtBM ALLOWED on DEPOE1I i aWnt.parenamn for 8ears t Payable hatl 14 * * I8months ?yaa ael FREEROLD PROP RTIIE r . laellburn? and Suburbs PUBORCE-D. "A ONl11 MITES ad ALTaOEDEWNE N Fow L ti In fal the Loading Subarbas JAMES B. MEnBOR, Manager. GEORO FETHlERS. Secretary. AU U?]rLIAN MUO .AL PROVI'teNT O?LERTy SDiecOa. all a. Vclot?itaa Ses ": A. S.K Io. Yeq, O?barman. Thom.i Aletaoo, ?.q J.P. James Orele. Rq Is HoS?. Jasmes MacBsln. YL.. Tb Bon. W. a. Zeal, M L.., NO OETER AUSTRALIAN LIFE OFFICE DIVIDES PROFID EVs.KY YEAR. A policy no n be rf-cted In the Mutal Proldent llety a inLEta 0.?dT than In ANY OTHER Am a eleadn L?eOFFi=-, - the BONUSfS allotted c e{ TaBER than tbe oereemd by any other oM.e I ts wtrld. ?levreted Fund, ,eoven MIltoasatrteg. i. -AINE. See 10. lo - liettret wem . T3E RQnrTV TI'SIc?IC, kXEOOTOB.S, and AO...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 23 June 1888

IMN ERVO1US. MEN; young nnd old, 'iarriec. or single snffering from 3ervous Debility, Premature Decay, Loss of Manhood, Vital Power, and all diseases of the (cnitfo Urinary Organs, may obtain, free. a valanle treatise by an eminent Surgeon. containing full informa ion regardieg--self-treatment, by applying y letter to Box 1081, G.P.O., Sydney, .J-G. YANDELL l.ousulting: Herbalist 32 Ghapel strectlPrabran. Consultation Free -(Advt.) YANDELL'S DIARHERA MIxTUS3 the ,?,st efficacious preparation for this com plaint quickly relieves and restores they system to its natural condition.-(Advt.)

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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FRAGMENTS OF FUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 23 June 1888

FRAGMEN I' O'F UN. Mau?D, gushingly : ' Oh, Clara, my dear, do look as my engagement-rigs? Won't all the girls be'dying of envy? Actually three solitaire l' OLD bachelor patient: 'Doctor, I feel miserable in mind .nd body What shall I do?' Doctor (grafBl) : ' rake a wife' ' My errand here to-night,' said a yoean lawyer to a damsel on whom he had called. ' reminds me of the cry of an owl. ' Indeed. said the maiden, * what as your errand here to-night? ' Courtship. To wit, to woo.' LImErr Cbarlie was visiting his three old maid aunties, and one night they haddamaon preserves for Supper. As Oharlie smacked his lips and passed up his plato for more, he remarked: I'm very food of preserved damsels.' Tas San Francisco Argonaut adapts the Bard of Avon to the ocasicn, and says : All the world is a junoogle, and all the men are tigers. If this be true there are lots of tiger masquoeradiog in asses' skins. Docron: Did you ary to your huaband, Mrs. Hendricks, that if agreeable to him 1 would s...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 23 June 1888

Comamercial Bank of Australia (Limited) Authorised Capital .... ....3,000,000 ISnbscribed Capital ...... 2,500,000 :Paid Up . .-- .... ... -"' 1,000,000 e ? eerve ... .... ... 600,000 SNA Owr CE-0 COLLINS ST. V., i;"' -MELBOURNsE. - London Office--Bshopsgate St. Wi?, corner of Leadeahall-street, E.C. B1tTGHTON BRAI'NCHI Corner of Bayr Cocrane streets. DRAFTS on London office, branches and ---agencies of the Bank issued at lowest rates of exchange. Bills Discounted and Advances Made. O - ? W. M'Farland; i THE 7'1/jELBOURNE SAVINGS BANK. to 92,000=Depooitors! t, -1 a Funds exceed, £1,620,000 Possibly every 99 out of 100 of what may be called . . "The Common-Sense Army" are depositors. rOne of the ,most valuable of, Irtues is: 'real'doinmon seise. tMainy people imagme they possess this when they do nothing of: the kind. Anyone who spends more than he esrits must naturally get into debt. Anyone who loses opportunities of better ing his condition, doesi not keep his eyes open to his own ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 23 June 1888

;;, Special Advertisemcnts. SAj;f.N, NNOT.ATE THI:Si S U. DAVIDSON, 'Boot and Shoe' Wairehouse Commercial Road, SSouth ...Ya rr a," '8teSup'plies at'first-class article. at" a vcry .. t " ill:;:'ifl u:! moderate price. ih'v <-a " l arge increase in his business is lt "'t the. be?st' proof, that he giv'es f I '.t ",1 i5 n 'I.satisfaction.;: hs' Ts'.i 'Ii One trial will prove this, BARKLY:' dd 'PARLIAMENT "STREETS? k r H;':". BRIGHTOIN. Ui'W. " .'i l' C LARK "'' ' cCONTRACTOR'i. `'- For Asphalting Lawn Tcnnis Codrts, Garden roi;:l'"Paths; Verandahs, Yards, Workshops, EC IN -l C,,? , , s&., ,&c.!&. G ARTAGE, '&' PLOUGHINGE "'( ON SALE -IMetals, Rubble,. S, -"-. Screenings,iBricks, sc. SJ,! . R. BAVINTON,:: O0OTMK KER :; INT ?:!EPEAN ROAD, =" :i North Brighton. ? F.- . .- ...l ; - t., :. " ~ ?f .. ... : · i· +'' f ·: . ',COMMERCIAL ROAD DRAPERY . WAREHOUSE. 'DUNLOP; &- EDWARDS, Are now showia oice selection of MNEl-WINTE3 j ILLIN ERY .M...

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MALVERN POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, JUNE 16. Before Messrs. Hunter, Edsall, Lewis, and Dr. Eccles, J's.P. INEBRIATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 23 June 1888

SMALVERN POLICE COURT. ---0- SATURDAY, JUNE 16:.:: Before Messrs. Hunter, Edsall, Lewis, and Dr. Eccles, .J's.P. INEBRIATE. - 8. Cartridge for being drunk and disorderly, was cautioned and fined 2s 6d. DEBT CASES. Verdicts with costs were awarded R. M. Tivendlale y. Jas. Powlett for £2 9s 6d; and Dunston v. Wilson' 9s for goods sold and delivered. CARELEss CARTERS. C.: Jenner fori allowing his. horse to stray, was fined 2s 6d with 2a 6d costs; and J. Laycock for driving over the footpath in Barkly Avenue, was fined four times that amount with similar costs. AN UNRULY PET. Miss E. Fisher was charged by Mr R. G. Rossiter, Inspector of Nuis ances, with allowing her dog to rush at a vehicle in High-street, on the 9th of June. " Mr Rossiter stated that shortly after9 o'clock on Saturday morning, the 9th inst., he observed a newfound 'land dog accompanying the defendant, rush after a vehicle, in High-street. He informed her-that she was liable to be summoned for the conduct of her dogi wh...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20. Before Messre. Jordan and Irving, J's.P. DRUNK IN CHARGE OF A HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 23 June 1888

OAKLEIGH _ POLICE COURT.. W EDNESDAY - Un' 20.j . Before' Messre. ::Jordiii and Irving, J's.P. n; "' DRUNK IN CIAOI:' OF A HIORSE. Oscar 'Bryar, was charged' by the police with 'beimi'; drunk -;whilst in chatge of a horse and dray and was fined £1 with 2s 6d costs. SAND STEALING. F. McLaughlan, for removing sand from a r6ad leading out of the Dande nong-road in the shire of' Caulfield, was fined £2; and A. Bates, for breaking the surface of the road,`'had topaya fineof £3. _ " MONETARY. . Verdicts with costs were awarded T. Herbert? v. W Bakeei '15 and: J. Gooding .v., WV. Clements 18s for goods, and delivered, I.. S;ADISGUsvING:AjAERi Senior-Constable Cray, as Inspec tor of Nuisances for the Shire of Oak leigh, proceeded against R. H. M3un dell, a barber, for failing to have four loads of nightsoil. which he` had car ted upon his land, covered up' before .7 o'clock on the morning of the 5th inst. The offence was fully proved, and he was fined £2, the chairman of the bench severely ...

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