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OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20. Before Messrs. Jordan and Irving, J's.P. DRUNKIN CHARGE OF A HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 23 June 1888

vi 1 I') floUjII7J9'. 1y IJAKLEIGH POUICE 'COURT. .n.L :I.1Y RDNESDAY,.;JTxX20;Ak o71 ,bIIiit ·Jslctirirr¶ :, -lo'Aýb id Ilno Before."M-les teyo Jordan hd Irving, J's.-P. DRt V~ii cffMA& (1t0"3 -11 If OR S E. rnnOsaas Hryar..*asltchdj d ubj{thet police wv hiill ivuhlst n charge of Qa1drse and dray" n u and w s fined £1 witlih 2. 6dScosts. .assurn)Il .iJA~ANRpFTA iNO9 ,j100) F. McLaughlan,-for removing sa d from:'a sdTlaleading'nutjofile Dand - nong-road!i~ tl1 iiir pf qaulfiel waý-6'fi uda21··;tq `1 fate's, for~, ~ , eak ,gtlecu .ce of itlroadqh to pay'anfineofu83;i.; hirr ninT Verdicts wittl costs were awad d Gooding v: WV. ClIbemejts 18s for .ilt I'i !AIý MST'g 1 yaPIr:l`I Senior.Constable- Gray, as Inspe - torrtfiNdis&ntes fM'th 'Sit'Wf " O - leigh, proceededagainst R. RH. Mu - dell a bar ir fI'fdfi ltg to have fo r 17a o?[niyhft oil.1*hi hieheiM tar ted uponSi~ J Al,,cpgexid up befo e 7 o'clock on the morning of the 5;9' inst. The offence was fully proved, a d he...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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PARLIAMENTARY NEWS. OPENING OF THE SESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 23 June 1888

iivi""fBdAINRY; " NEWs!8 i uIJIQj+E~IN'1O cop "'fllEi S55510Wgti I The third session of the Farlidxlnt 6 rfitfi 2[dn livtop p id'it'olck last T.ifridey ifterdn'ont lsylid xc l lbn'c !nthei'Obveinordl iipersori All the c'inetibi e'6sto aili y da lh dpen A dUly;:olsermd. The str onidiiof :"tfiýIlfiiltcil'o s93 Yri b quite sot-b'lliirin 'g16nif former qc .csi a. jýxcelleny ..aa ew r ted by the men of the Nordenfeldt 1{3tIthiy3, a~lb efhp!gw£4f Azijr1,T s º1FP ýed.1ýYo sp r`ýil ý tnto Tictorian Rifles. The full text of t e it we glean' that he congratulated t e honourableinembers or 'tha continu d prospoityf the countr,'And stat d thatt'AQ(1Joppuh hiithertq f temperate counsebkofaftatcsmlenfhharet succeed d 11 Inmaintithiiring pence in.-hilope, there 'hLi b'Fb'rdn'luicsii vli it' UilJled s f nar -wias iunmmnero Wf 1iiy 'au ! :,tF! I'Ps: ha lfollowvedoth i?@,.1equee f Av;Toutsarovibbolunreatlitt6th attentic . MTuch hIlssheen donle "Clutf thw"I e leaons ofEileftae,4yinildthe forts ae (~it...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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FOUL OF A WATERSPOOT. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 23 June 1888

,. FOUL:. Li` ' AWAT1iHtaus I n The following yarn is told in the 'Daily a Telegraph' to. 'A Seafarer' by "hisfriend, t the Second Mate' :-' The chief mate was a cheerful little Welshman-God rest his t soul-ons of the most intelligent seamen I Swas eover assaeociated with, with as tender a e heart as ever heat under a velvet waistcoat, i, and eyes so bright that I'd sometimes think d that the rdune.s that tinged th.m was nothing but the scorching of the skin by the t lvhio, of his g:ss. We were very good e friendesboth of a rather poetical torn of mind, 0 no v.ery great rarity amongstseamen, though n the conformedly strained manlinoess of the Csailor makes him feel sheepish even to be Ssuspected of a romantic humour now and f again. The skipper hovered about till 10, a then went below. I joined the mate, and a we fell to quietly pacing the deck, talking of t, anything but the weather and the heat, and s. the calm, being sick of the things. No, sir, Y our conversation went to covside...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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VEGETABLES AS HEALTH PRESERVATIVES. No 14. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 23 June 1888

VEGETABLES8A48HEALTH PREBER A TIVE8.~ -0-- No 14. BY A FASrILY DooCron. great measure,_in_ the selection of the vegetables we partake of at tab e. Ndtfabal lplaiiebiither Mlimerei ThRhr ttl8 imibD~illidZmi ajbba d~d Ii~i~ tthede i6tirpthdigj ni'td>fnrl tidalittleidegetab r Natuthdusan'dsaionlyt but umi!lions pf peeple.,would ierjo.y oregreerrnhar: bf tlealth Andfihappineys, a4lyý, goulflgaed if tl~r w rg e t·obecome strict vee i oana as far a n 'e nrt and lasi meisa a cay are coniernicd"OI il say more than t]i3i' e1s' th eliii h s"9Te chancer ofrothin rartielari b99pripg a; Ipun ly ,;dietfp; in ,[ teaX ski j s ec)ica :R : -rr bx&8oi cf. : Vit n ýizrtipsin ýý ft faurairni t hlit I ihin oh< s t oe cfnaii~eew2. than it is. It is not diffioult totbltlhi vate; it is ornamental, and a whole some and usefulvegetable. The tomato should also be a great r favourite with us. It-eonbtihs a co l ing acid, a volatile oil, some miner %I matter and salts, as well as a fragra t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 23 June 1888

1OP tete'fng grey of aImld h .41 ,n Its n'Ianial D1ZdtOOE2'A HAIR RKNwtVArro I4, 1 ell Yalarbuln Thl.Ie so .alIe.nt tnl~e t i.'pa.a'ons w41d Gey bra1.ts in srsote the eow hand heansy of Ih bale, ead to rleder ItdetllltlOV y ,ote and 'cI.eey. . I ypsa l telwek ,nn~'5 la "i .f j .1t try aI. 8d bo n, end you wll be well p2 ceelt whit rhe r-.ulrl fSY lrp".Uh.e@. Boll bt .'1 5Jletar a 'broeglinut thb 4011..lth troo arefuo 19 ek I * I.le 'ld rln 4.0 pre 9t9Ipee5ý r. ante do notI aci- tany caiher gbat asey be, Oaeallers and Bathe. The best hirnie in town-John Danke and Sonr', 42 (only) Bourke street weet. Call in and see cheir etok.-(ADVT) 1)o not I rant, if ou fool week nd ddrrce.ed, one nc ne l w'o "hat c"uhe ea em-de ln DUNITON'S COMPOUND Ka+5cNOR of IeANIEI.ION. 'hi medlicno urifl -a the fond and ton-e p bthe *yt-n. It nine o Iodlgent. n and II formns of Ive, o mpl.ld nrvotl0 w..knes.e foul, eheumtlenm. dropi(oe sto decy and all dicance bhlob h hve thile oral.e I. ccl. ratab and drlmde...

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PATRIOT AND SOLDIER. INCIDENTS IN A BRILLIANT CAREER. (NEW YORK TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 23 June 1888

I TR U 'YANP.SOLDIE.I INzoCIPENTS Iff A BrIELIANT CAEB. IB (NE tY ORK TiMES.) JYo. Aatoitio Paet was a sincere patroie, & co-?picuously * honest, possessing all the quaitttea fit ,miind., ai;d body thatb .o to I n'ur up f deirii andMie.toceesjful ioldier. He fi-ft h-canto prnm]iient in tile hiutory'of t'b* wbar of iudependeunc. ibout the year 1812, Swien the cause ' liberty in Venezuela i stenied to be overwhelmaed by disaster ano I ieFeat The Spanish commander, Don u Domineo Monteserde. had triumphed cig a nally'over the patriot forces, and Bolivar bad ?"?euL obltued to ,eek relino under the British d flg in the island of Jamaica. Paez, then only twenty years old, a captain in the Vene zuelan mlittia, conceived the idea of collect. inK a hban of llaner---cowboys they would nul be called in the United States. He had been a llan-ro from his early youth, but on S19th April, 180O wben the revolution broke nut he eltli-ted in the militia as a common aol e dier. Soon after Paez h...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 23 June 1888

11 Y) It; lý,:)1ý... / i/ iA - IIWr il I 1 For some time .astthe'growrth of the Elsterneitk1 districtr has ox so rapid as 'G- render thd necessity for the provisibbbfbiicieidedk' o0stal facilities a 9pp91i; ]'. ;in jq4qr4ýtýgýa pep pace withpublic requirements, the Postal department hasr recently decided to i r4-la\toffice .o tha,. rihd rlilý; line" r t11lf~' irýlý the station. Ongj qj)!.! esday last a largo Snumber of rho ridtttents of the district urged on the-. Postmaster-General cho desirnlility for the orection of the *ens little ditance fN I t lon houses.sha esobe iagreed In this : :loonlity ed using;,tl Iei1,ýal2,ugnn,4l sEand ithis'Utatotd:thllerdrhr*,betwvee>30.0 and 400uired'oirir cours rbf ppnt{uction. in fi~'% (b f oI "the popu latioi iL';;.fo ej'lst sloe o te) it .a cas Lixlteil t riiit t! p scst'`f'cd .e paced thero, especially ns it would more con s draiiotlyllorvost~lid IEitlstihiibW.'Ailis trict.thanuithe;present offloo in New street. The Postmaster- General 1 xp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 23 June 1888

( ., Special .Avertisements r~ .' E 1 PALLOT ANDi WQODMSI3W 1 0 hapel, Str8> M i PRAHRANN TWO DOORS NORTH OF COFFEE TAVYERN:;J CHEAPEST..,:_..:.., -THE "s- CHEAPEST _ ,;FURNITURE --WAREHOUSE ----IN South Yarra, Prahran, Windsoir and' St. Kilda. How to Furnish a 3-roomed Cottage for{ £18 18s., for net cash: Dinhing-room { Plasses' . 1 Colonial Scfa,with Squab and -: Full-sized Flock Mattrass ... 0 18 "Bolsters ...1 7 6 TFlock Bolster ... O Cedar Chiffoniers Snfe, Polished 1 6 0 Fwo'Flok Pillow .0. . .0 Six Cane Chairs... ......1 4 0 Whliltand, itlTowel flail ... 0 9 6 RoundTabl. . 0 12 G Dressing.Table, ... 8...- 8 0 Tablo Cover 0 5 6 Full-size Toilet Set-i *... ;riO~ 6 Fenderisnd Irons ... . 0 12V "One t.Ciiinc air ., .. 0 4. 0 Matting to cover room..... 0 10 6 ToilatGla t ! T } ." Hearth Rug ,.. O 6, G, Cornice Pole andiBracketsn... 0 11 6 " Slip Mat ... ... .. . 1 Table . ... . 012 0 Beid.o' Bedrooin Meat Safe 11s - Fnll-size Beadstead... 1. 10_ 0 Tio'Chtis : . ' 8`' We would c...

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THE HOUR AFTER SEDAN. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 30 June 1888

THE HOUR AFTER SEDAN. From Cassell and Co. Limited we have recelved what is perhaps the best of the many lives of the late Emperor William. that by Arohibald Forbes. As a sample of Mr. Forbes's gift for graphic writing, we quote his description of the two Emperors after Sedan : Riding towards Vandresso, Moltko met the King on the road near Chdhery. They had a conversation under a tree a little way apart, when William fully approved the proposed conditions of capitulation, and in.. timated his declinaturo to see the French Emperor until they had been accepted. M.oltke had given poor Wimpffen no rest. Before riding away to meet the King he had sent into Sedan an officer with the blunt ultimatum that hostilities would be recomi menced at 10 a.m.unless by that hour there was a proapoot of the capitulation bring arranged. Wimpffen still ref seed to negotiate, urging instructions from the Emperor not to surrender until the latter should have had an interview with the German Kling. Captain...

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A Wonderful Clock (BALTIMORE AMERICAN.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 30 June 1888

,Tliomas Baliiwer. of Willow avenue, has a wonderful clock~:. I is hand-made, and can ra ily be tiaken apart, as iti. builtsiti 5eation-. ,It is Oft.' 7in. high and 2?in. at the-broadest pact, andia, of walnut timber.; It has two pictures, peinted.on Cupper, one represen'ing h pratmida of Egypt, and the other a.wood. land scene ot,SBinzerland. Itie atoelive.day clock, with.two running iightse of 16lb. each' Th. mu.ical weight, which drives the bellows, .ei th~i5lb.. There ar- fi?yitwqppea in the clock, 'ranging froin 2ji. reo 2ft long. Thbe petdulum to 5ft lone,aund.weighe 10'b. •,Th: clock has two cylinder-, each oft which furniahee eight tunes, including waltzes and adicing-music., All are oldUGeman tunes Mr. and Mrs Bullinger value the clock highly, as it is a good timopieo? . It ii w.orth 500dol. In 1830 the clock w..e br',urht from Saxony by Rudolph Shaffer. It was then tif'y years old Shaffer resided fr eighteen years on FPl's Point, where he died, At hse death h. »illed the c...

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Manners. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 30 June 1888

SManners,. It is well for.young mento obtain, at the .very begiuinning of their start in life, some idea of the value uf:politoness, :: i. ',., : * ,0 , There ark,.'someato ,whom urbanity is natural.: Tbeypare born so--hey grow.up so -and. are.e so under'all, oircumstanceseto the end of their livea;'r n'" ! . '. -. They; gn easily, pleasantly, and agreeably through life, asethough by. a necessity of nature. .," . . .: , Every vain man is pleased with them, for their habit is that of universal compliance. . ;r They never, say.' No.' !' They. always agree. Oqntradiction is the sin of 'which they are never guilty,. ": . Bui.tale is not.rel politeness. -The genuine artile is se. essential to success-especially enjoyable success-as. integrity, industry; or any other thing which is :positively indis. pensable..'. ,as . AllmI'chbinery.is ruined::by friction, and it is ineces rr, to:.epply, very : frequently, a lubricating flnid.,? Politeness, or, civility, ;or urbanity-whlichever you pleas...

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THE LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF A LADY "SPECIAL." [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 30 June 1888

THE LIFE AND ADVENTUBES OF A LADY "SPECIAL." (BY Tiit SPECIAL COnMIsSSMONE OB THE "PALL MALL OAZSTT?.") Theo.ambassadors of democracies are not diplomaiinte, but journaliate. An unao' credited, and often unconsciously working, great link between the new forces which have takeh' organised forms in France and those which are arising in England, but are still running,~ nod may long continuo to run, in old bchannels, is Mrs Crawford, for the press ii favoured in having as its representa ive .. a lady, who has been for more than twenty - five years in the inside track' of French politics. Her career is one ,of'the mest honourable of journalism. No other. woman inthe Press has in our time attained a position so influential, and exercised aso widespread an influence. In Paris she knows everybody, goes every. where, and has been the confidential friend of almost every French statesman, from hi. Thilers down to M. Floqoet, In the Chamber, in the Ministries, in the salon, or in the theatreo, ...

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Two Good Men. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 30 June 1888

* 1tid'iTwo Good Mllon, . 'An amusing inold nt occurred a few yeare .go in Dunedin, Scotland. in'wbich a well. known minister of religion Gaured. ,He bad promised a poor woman, whole furniture had been eeiztd for debt, that he would see that she had at' least a bed 'or her. self and her two little ones to lie on. 0 her piesaine matters caused him to forget his promise until late at night, when he wa. turning into his own comfortable crib from the wintery air. Then suddenly it flshed upon him, aind he at once aroeo, hnastily dressed, and rundling up his own bed, sallied forth with it.' A policeman, seeing a tall figure be?ring a griat bundle through the nightr,' insisted on 1i?orposing, whereupon the gran., old pstetor had to explain wl'o he was and wvhbt he was rinng ; whereupon the 'bt,bby' volunteered to carry the bundle for him, and both together trudged to the Ibre abode of the astonished and gratified widow. In that wae one of those good acnts which are done by stealth, and blu...

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One Beautiful China Woman. (SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 30 June 1888

One Beautifrl Ch'na Woman. (sae FRvcANOISCO oltotraiE.) . Ng Yee Nam is the Chinese namiieborne by a beautiful' girl who arrived on the steamer Belgic nearly a month ago. When the steamer .was released from quarantine and pretty Ng Yee was taken to the Circuit COurt to arrange-for proper 'ondse for a release on a writ oat habeas corpus; she created no little sensation among the ofci.ls, attorneve, and reporters present. Instead of havingaChinese caste of countenance, Ng Yee puossesed an oval face, anoseelightly loman, large, round, dark eyes; pearly teeth, and a figure that many an American beauty would give worlds to poesses. Such was Ng Yee'd appearauce, and her actions in court were'decidedly anti Chinese, The ordinary Chinese girl's de meanour. whenamong those' not of her own race is proper to a preciseness. She holds a haindkerchief to Ler face, never, smiles, and 'under no clraeulstatnco. expreaes surprise in fact, a prim maiden aunt .woi'd to . into ecstaciess over such a; wa...

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CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 30 June 1888

OIROCUlMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE. An interesting case of cireumstantial evi deuce enuding in confession is reported frm an Ohio town. B tween two prominent citizens a bitter feud had at one time existed, but it had apparently died out. Their names were Thomas Simpson and William Mitchell, Onoday just as a farmer who was ploughing came to the road and started to turn his team around, he beheld a sight through th' hedge which rivetted him to the spot. He saw a mao why was holding a hores by the bridle bend over the form of a man lying in the road and pull a dagger from the breast of the latter. It was a murder, and the dead tn,o was Thomas Simpson. The farmer notified the authorities, and James Walker, whom he had seen pull the dagger from the toordered\ mrm, was arrested. He was a etranger, l~nd maintained that when passing longe in the road he had come upon the dead body of Simpson and diamounted. When he was tried, Mitchell, the murdered man's old time enemy, man-ged to be chosen upon the...

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THE PONY RIDER OF THE PLAINS. AN EXCITING STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 30 June 1888

I THE PONY RIDER OF THE . P LAINS. . ., AN EXCITING STORY. S(F'nor. Pv? LMDELPDIvnIA REP PRESS.) Bob Get hell was one of the most daring and reckless riders on old Ban Hollidag's pony express line across the plains in the. early days, before the Central Pacific Rail road took the place of both stage coaches and ponies. I made the acquaintance of Bob in 1861. I was then city editor of the 'Terriridrl ltnterprien,' and Virginia Oity, the chief t wn of the C ,mstook silver mines, was then the western terminus of Bol's route. Bib had his 'lay-off' days in the town, and was much about the 'Enterprise' office. In those days there was no telegraph across the continent, and we depended on ,he pony express for news fr nm the Atlantio. States, ann as'o from all points west of the Missouri River. Bob was born in Utah, and his early days were passed among ' cows-boys' on a rancb. near Provo and among beaver trappers in the m untaina, or in long brotherly visits among the Gohnuto Indians, whose ...

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The Old Wife. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 30 June 1888

The Old Wite. By the bed the old man, waiting, sat in vigil sad and tender. Where his aged wife lay dying; and the twilight shadows brown Slowly from 'he wall and window chased the sunset's solden splendour, Going down, ,Is it night t' she whi.p'red, waking (for her spirit seemed to hover LIst b.tween the next world's sunrise and the bedtime cares of this). And theold man, w'ak and tearful, trembling as he bent above hlr, Answered, 'Yes.' Ar' the children inT she asked him. Oould he tell her? All the treasures Of their household lay in silence many years beneath the snow; Bat her heart was wait them living, back among her toils and pleasures, Long ago And again she Icalled at dewfall in the sweet ol4 summer weather. ' Where is little Uharley, father ? Frank and Rihert- have they come ?' ' They are safe,' the old man faltered, 'all the children are together, Safe at home.' Then be murmurel gentle soothings, but his grief gr..w strong and stronger, till it choked and seilled him as be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 30 June 1888

Ga alter and Bath'. John Dank' and S in have a very large variety always on hand. The cheapest and heat hon-e in A.-lbourne; 42 only Bourke streob east -(ADVT.) A new kind of glans has been invented in Sweden which io a~eorted to posePss wood r. ful microecoplt power While the highest power of an old.,'shionnd microscopi lense reveale only the 1 400,000th part of an inch, 'hie new glass will enable us to distinisheb 1 201,700.000th part of an inch. The reports coming from those Austrian regiments which have been supplied with the 4.nnilchor emall-bore rifle agree as to the euperiority of the new weapon in nomparison with tbo former model of larger oalibreo. mURIRAY'S FLUID MAGNKBIA Is parculolarly ononolicla as a pleasing sedative and eperleent i ill sees of Irritation and acldity of the stomach. pa ,Icularly daring pregnanoy, fobrlle oomplalnts. I f?notil diolrders, or eae satknocs It speedily removs, hoarthubrpaold ercatltions, or Irreuola dignetion . ,over falls t o ompooo the st...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 30 June 1888

iUl ,NERIl'V'OUll S *M1N.' young randi ;old; iiarrlod or ''ilnglu sufferhig fron' Nervous P)oblllity,; Prwiilrture Doeca, 1,oes of Malnnh0od, Vital Power, nnd all'disoasos of tlho'(1onito Urinary' Organs; nmay obtain, free, a.valuable trontiso by an emlnetluttzrgoon,:eontaining .full iaformp ion, rgqgrdlng jsolf-treatwout, by applyjug y letter to Dox i0d1,Cdpi ydnoy, Thousands liastened to their Graves. I By replying on testimenials written in vivid glowing language of some miraculous oures .ade by some largely puffed doctor or patent nmedicine has hastened thousands to their graves; the readers having almost insane faith that the same miracle will be performed on them, that these testimonials mention, while the so-called medicine is all the time hastening them to their graves. Although we have Thoulsanldl s Ulpln Thousanlds ! ! of testimonials of the most wonderful cures, voluntarily sent us, we do not publish them, as they do not make the. ouro. It is, our medicino,: Dr. Soule's A...

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BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JUNE 29. (Before Messrs. Bent (Chairman), Crook, Egan, Francis, Hamilton, Wilson, Sprigg, Mair, and Wilmot, J's.P.) THE NIGHTSOIL GRIEVANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 30 June 1888

BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FaIDAY, JUNE 29. (Before Messrs. Bent (Chairman), Crook,) Egan3 t rFr?nTip), Hm ilton, Wilson, 'Sprigg, ??air, and-Wilmot, J's. P.) u 'ATHB Nwfisoit ii GRiiEANiOE , . Mo( Sang,e u¼ Celdstihl; residiig in? Marriage Road, was charged by Ser geant Ryan with allowing nightsoil to be deposifed dii hi pipbniiseh without having a peirm it Witnesses were adduced that con clusively proved the case, and defend ant was fined £10, with 10s. costs. Mr. T,?ead' who appeared, foj r the, defence, gaveY notice of appealoi n th grounds that defendant, not being present, could inot have allowed the offence to have ocoured. qUILAWFU?, ASSAULT. "John 'Lookott, -n ?ii acid,-n '?a charged with having committed an unlawful assault on John Russell, on the 15th February last. He had been arrested by Constable Holland, at Prahran, after ,;eluding..d etection for some time, -Fined £5 or:6 .weeks.; i :.; "INSULTING BEIiAVIOUR. ' Messrs.' SteOiai:t? O'Maia" (2)? Cripps and Tinsley were fin...

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