Items of interest from today's edition of The Oakland Tribune, back in 1891.
JENKINS KNOCKED OUT
Last week a farmer named Jenkins, residing near Fruit Vale, hired a man to work for him who soon developed a great fondness for articles about the house that did not belong to him. So frequent became the thefts that Jenkins was compelled to discharge the man, who took his revenge by waylaying his former boss and badly beating him. Jenkins received some severe bruises from the man's fists and has been kept at home for several days in consequence.
From The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 14 July 1891, Page 1, Column 3