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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 7 July 1888
FOOTBALL: lBrightot.2nd_v. -_ Grosvenor-This match was played last Saturday at Brighton Beach, and resulted in a win for the Grosvenor by 5 goals and 11 behliritds to 5 goals' (Wilson, rPye, Blloklham, 'Petley) and 5 behiids. Brighton 2nd v Sooth St. Kilda 2nd. -This match . will be played to day at Albert Park. The Brighton team are requested to meet'at North Brighton station at 2.20 sharp, to pro ceed by drags :-Hammond, Wright (2), Wyatt, Small, Leonard, M'Ivor, Enery1 (2), 'Petley, Pye, Euddart, Friend, Wilson, Bennett, Brock, Black ham, Miller, Rogers, Griffin, Cornwall. Emergency-Maher. Brighton v. South St. Kilda.-To be played this afternoon on the ground at Brighton Beach, not later than 2.45 'Fi: .n Teanm-Alee, Agg (2), Ballaii. tyne;,Byer; Cox, Everiigliam, Grouit, Hughes,: Hammond, HIHent," Mounritz, Murdoch (2), Stewart, Teaguo, Temple ton,:Watsford, Webb, Wilmott. :. i Brighton v. Essendon District. This match was played last Saturday at Essenadoi. The Brighlton were on...
MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL TUESDAY, JUNE 26. Present—Crs. Clarke (president), Benson, Robinson, Woodmason, Martin, Heywood, Edsall, and McKinley. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 7 July 1888
.::, .MALVERINSHIRE. COUNCIL. TUSDA.Y, JUNE 26. Present-Ors. Clarke (president), Ben! son, Robinson, lWoodmason, Martin, IIeywood, Edsall, and MIcKinley. he correspondence ,wasof annerely formal description, and consisted of letters and circulars from kindred municipalities on ?varioius subjects? which were received, and the circulars handed round the table to each count cilllor. ------
OUR NEW ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 7 July 1888
OUR NEW ADVERTISERS. ---o- 0 Messrs. Hunsband andf;Hammel, of 112 King-stieet, Molbourne, announce; specialties in M[arble and Wood mantelpleces ; also a good assortnaent of Cliandelires and Ironmonery. ,-,Messrs Jones-anld Co.,- of 142 Ci'ael-.stret ? l rahran, and, .1 1 Elizabeth-street, Melbourne, advertise their monthly Garden Calendar for July. } ; T T4 M Mrr F. ?.M?-Witts, of -123 Toorak road, South Yarra, inotifies his house, land and building society agency.' Messrs Wilson, Corben and Co., 45 Elizabethlstreet MIelbourne ,invite inspecton? of their ne? designsi nx mantelpieces, grates, ranges, &c., as also direct attention (to their reduced prices: W'3Irt Tosiaih-3Iaikls Tsecretary of jthe Standard Mutual Building Society, 60 Queen-street, Melbourne, desires at tention to be directed to the scale of charges on which loans are granted, giving extra facilities to borrowers. ,,Messrs Oldfeld, Mobore :nd. Blad, of:62. Collins-street .west,; Melbourne, direct .'attention t...
NERVOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 7 July 1888
N ERVOUiS. MEN, young and old, married or single suffering from'Nervons Debility, Premature Decay, Loss of Manhood, Vital Power, and all diseases of the Genito Urinary Organs, may obtain, free, a valuable treatise by an eminent Surgeon, containing full informa tion regarding self-treatment,by applying by letter to Uus1Oi1, G.P.O., Sydney.,)
AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 7 July 1888
*hBIOULTRAL NOTES.. What the A lean wal term a "sold snap" was .xsriscsd al o?ve the colony foe theseor four days last week. Isil many years sine so many de??eof o .t ueoold?weather has been felt. 8now fell in all of the more elevsted districts, and. in faet, in some palue where snow had never been known to fall before then, white drift weu motired to form eecaeionally in the atmosphers. The sudden "c old snap" will have the effeet of checking the young cropm and the grass for a time, but as mild weather has again set in, vegetation will quickly revive. There has been a considerable amount of rainin South Australia during the pest week, accompanied with cold weather; and followed by bleak winds. orrsepondeets to to "Observer" still record that sowing of cereals is being contioned, although they all Speak of sowing as being nearly finished in each cse. There is still a fortnight to three weeks daring which sowing may be continued in the late districts with good prospeots of sarcese, ...
TOURNAMENTS OF GLUTTONS. (CASSELL'S SATURDAY JOURNAL.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 7 July 1888
TOURNAMENTS OF' GLUTIONS. (oasmsrar' sAnoasT JaIr n.) Teurnaments of lutton were not omeo-' mon up to fifty or sixt y res ago' Ib. of cherries are said to have been eates s - one sitting by a competitor t- one of these en? counters. She was a young rl, and plined the day; but she did not Ios suorvive her ietoy. At Portsmoath a soldier of the Dutch artillery tried for a trifling wager to eo a pound and a bhal of beed-while standing on his head. He had disposed of a onsiderable portion, when all at once his comrades observed him making atrang faces, and on turning him up he gasped and died. At Farebam. a small town a few miles distant from Portsmouth, a labourer ate for a wager a bullock', head, weighing 101ib., with a gallon of- potatoes. halt a gallon of turnips, and the whole of the soup f the boiling. Bat perhaps the greatest aehlevement in these nnocleamnlty competitions was that of a certain Jerry Eke. a Norfolk man, whose powers at har' vest suppers were the boast and wonder an...
CAULFIELD POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JULY 2. (Before Messrs Holland, Watts, and Maxwell, J's.P.) INSULTING BEHAVIOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 7 July 1888
:,.CAULFIELD POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JULY 2. (Before Messrs. Holland, Watts, and _. :.. . Maxwell,.J's.P.) i . O INSULTING BEiAVIOUR. W. Andrews, a roughlooking navvy, was charged by Constable Jordan with insulting behaviour, as also with miaking use 'of filthy.: and obscene language on the 25th ult., at the Caul field Club Hotel. The constable deposed that shortly before eleven o'clock on the day men tioned, defendant, who was mad with drink, went into the bar of the Caul field Club Hotel and challenged every body to fight him. A general row ensued, and in the scuffle and attempt to eject liim several panes of glass were ,broken. He arrested accused, who went quietly towards the lockup for a short distance, and then suddenly throwing himself down he gave ex pression to foul and filthy language. The constable further stated that the conduct of a number of navvies and others congregating about the neighbourhood of the .hotel was per fectly disgraceful. They 'commenced their scenes of d...
THE TRANSPLANTATION OF NERVE (TIMES, MAY 22). [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 7 July 1888
THE TRANSPL&N aT1oN OF NERVE (runt, r 221. The operation was performed by Dr. Geronng, of Vienna, and the patient was Professor von Feicbl. the dietingoihbed ocoopant of the Chair of Physiology in the Vnversity of that city. It appars that Dr. von Fieiachl, sixteen year ago, accidentally wounded himself while conducting a post mortem examination, and that the conse quent severe inflammation of his right arm and hand led ultimately to the lose of the terminal joint of his thumb. The end of the stump btcime painful, and, in the hope of relieving this pain, amputation somewhat further back was performed, but was followed,. aooording to the report, by the formation of "neuromata." At this point the history becomes a little vague, because the word " nearome," which is most properly applied toe c lse of tumourn which form upon nerves, and which consist mainly of redundant nerve tissue, is applied with less exactness to tamours of other kinds of which nerves may be the seat, and is...
BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JULY 6. Before Messrs Reid, Crook, Francis and Allen. PETTY LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 7 July 1888
BRIGHTON POLICjE COURT. FIIDAY, JULY 6. BeforoeMessrs .l~eid, ,rook,; Francis; andAllen. PETTY LARCENY. A navvy named S. Taylor was charged with the larceny of two bottles; of beerfrom Mrs E,. ,Parker, licensee: 'Of''thie ' Gardeners', Hotel, East Brighton. L. 1'arkerdeposed:thiat accused, in company 'witli several others, had been served with drinks, and during her temporary absence the beer was taken.from the bar:. She missed the beeri almost immediately, and turning round:saw accused with the beer in his possession. , , , Accused said,.the beer was given him,by, one of: hisx.companions;, who, he thought, had; purchased it. He admitted having had about nine pints of beer on that day.. A?ftera ashbrt consultatioi the bench decided to give tihe prisoner the benefit of the doubt, and cautioned and dis 'chatrged him i ':" "'' ; ui .i F?'s)1? A second charge of stealing.a.clothes brush; the prdperty of Thos: Lees, of East Brighton, valued at 2s., was then entered into, and accused, who...
OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JULY 4. (Before Mr. Hare, P M., and Messrs. Looker, Jordan, and Irving, J's.P.) INSULTING BEHAVIOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 7 July 1888
OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, (Before Mr. Hare, P M., and Messrs. Looker, Jordan, and Irving, J'h.P.) INSULTING BEHAVIOUR. John Mustard, junr., and Josplh Taylor (on bail) were charged with insulting behaviour at the Wesleyan Church, Wellington, on Sunday evon ing. . . . - Senior-constable Grey .stated, that the accused and several others created a disturbance on the day in question, and he succeeded in arresting the two defendants now before the court, six others went into the church. He applied for a postponement of the cases for a fortnight, which, as defendants had no objection to, was granted. - CARELESS OARTERS. " J. Pitcher and Thomas Proud, for negligcint driving, were fined, tlhe former .£ and the latter 10s., with 2si (d costs, and were, severely repri-! manded for their conduct by Mr. Hare.i A similar charge against W. Christie was adjourned for a fortnight, as he, desired to subpoena a' witness. The court then rose. . . TT ^ooi.. - -.r, ,A
BRIGHTON FREE LIBRARY COMMITTEE. WEDNESDAY, JULY 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 7 July 1888
_ BRIGHTON' FREE'hIBRARY. ) COMMITTEE. 0-- WTEDNESDAY, JULY 4. Present- Messers. Burrow's (presi 'ildeifdei, Black, Cotterill. Darvall, [ -Drew, Hayball, Hughes,: Kjd, :Le Mare, :;Lloyd; : McKenzie, Orford, Reid, Small, Sprigg, and Stevens. CORRESPONDENCE. i t Fro" the Chief Secretary, enclosing a circular addressed to the committee of management of free libraries and mechanics' institutes throughout the colony, defining the conditions under -ivhich'the Government grant' for the purchase of books for free libraries would in future be allotted. The cir cular stated that in future no part of the money obtained from. the book grant is to be applied either to main tenance or building purposes, but exclusively; for the purchase of books. There isa specialvote for building. In the case of the mechanics' institutes; which bbtain a'share'of the bbok grant in proportionf to the amount of local subscriptions, a new rule is laid down that .uch_ subscriptions are not to be placed to the credit ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 7 July 1888
gA1iPELx'5 ;DIAiinatiEA i II3ritui tjip ,!Ui,st eflicacions preparation for this com plaint quickly, relieves and ,estores thcy system to its iatiurl ? d? diio6h.-(Advt.) Thousands Hlastened to.their Craves. Dy replyjing on testimenials written in vivid 'lowing language of some miraculous cures n ade by some largely puffed doctor or patent medicine 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 wehave J. G. YANDELL Consulting lHeralist32 Chaiel street Prnbran. Consultation Free -(Advt.) Thioisands upon Thousinds:!!! of testimonials of the most wonderful cures, voluntarily sent us, we do not publish them, as they do not make the cure. It is our medicine, Dr. Soule's American lHop hit ters, that makes the cures. It has never failed and never ran. We will give refer ence to any one for any...
FRAGMENTS OF FUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 7 July 1888
FRAGMENTS OF FUN. TsAxr (to woman): '* Cn you give ma something to est. Madame!' Woman : ' New ; there ain't a thing in the house; so', beside, i've got a couple of leters to write, a' no time to bother.' Tramp (plead ingly): ' Madame, lte me lick the ltamps. I can't stame.' IT makes a gret difference to a young man who is courting a girl whether hase kes a great interest in his wellare or n his farewell. a wouur who plss the fiddle is called a ' violimntes' The dirymaeid who makes the butter must be a churniste. and the woman who Isandries your soiled elothe l a washite .ad ironiste 'I saw you at the theatre last ight, Jack ' 'No, did you? Whas did youn 'thk of tbe lil party with me. uan? 'To muth hat end feathsr, end not enough gir,' said GIs,
THE LADIES' COLUMN. ABOUT BOOKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 7 July 1888
riE LADIES' COLUMN. Br "VIva." ABOUT BOOKS. Not uafrqaently I reslve Item asking a very difcGat question. via., what sort of books should be read to improve the m Iad " Whatall I resd to lift me ou of myself ? I asked a correspodent once in expressive, if not gammatiaol language. She meant, "How shall Imake new interete in life by reading! how shall I oreate a world for myseli where I can retire at will, and forget the Sthousand natural shocks that flash is heir to'?". This is not a question to be answered off-hand. It is, of course, easy to create an imaginary world by reading a number of sensational novele, that give distorted and false views of life, butthls is not the eorsof reading that is calculated to make our everyday lives brighter and happier. "Booke," says one paoert, "are a substantial world both good and true," but another poet reminds us that lTs world of books Iw stln the world. Led worldliers In It are less merciful And more cutasnte. For the vwi ed tbese Are winoed ...
TO GIVE THE BOYS A CHANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 7 July 1888
TO GIVE THE BOYS A OHANCE. Papa,' said a beautiful girl, brlghtl. ' do you know thLa this is my eigbteenth brtb ' Why, ble me, so i is,' responded the old man. ' I doen't seam posible that my little girl ha grown to baa ong lady.' o Well. he ba, papa. and I waet you to do me a very great ?our, asnd the beautifull girl hid her bluohing lace on theb old man'. shoulder. ' What is it, dear" he ukedfondly. SPlease eell Nero.'