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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 February 1866

? Utlr SUBUnlBAN TTIORITICU I k TIURAL SOCIETY.-ItIONTIlY aIREEItrINI l t tile Iclhanics' In.titute, lshrltn, on Tuesday , eniaig,27th ilnst., it h.df-pust seven o'clock. " . ALFRED LYNCIH, lion. See. Borough of Prahran. TNO'TICE is hereby given, tlhat a MEET .. ING of buryesses will be held.at tihe 'Town-lhall on l'lhursday, the 1st day of 3lir'h, at noon, to elect assessors and auditors for teo ensuinr yenr. SJOSHUA SNOWBALL, Mayor. BOROUGH OF PRAHRAN. Estimated RECEIPTS &? EXPENDITURE fior the year ending March 31, 1867. IRECEIpTs. £ . . d. REstinmated balance ..-- ... ... 49 8 5 Use of hall ... .o. .. ... 260 0 0 Weights anld measores'... ... .. 10 0 0 iackney carriage nld dIray licenses .. 110 0 0 Fint's in petty sessions ... .. 25 0 0 l'ubliens', spirit mnercl?hnuts', grocers', alnd brewers'licenses ... ... 1350 0 0 IRegiotered dogts ...... .;. ... 250 0 0 Brighton-road toll fund... .. ..1230 0 0 Chlurchl-street toll fund.. ... ... 694 .4 3 Grant to library .... ... .....

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 February 1866

~AuctionetP s, 'Estate A ,entsj, &c.~ J. B CREWS, ald. CO,, AUCTIONEERS, HIOUSE AND' 'LAND AGENTS, Chapel Street; Prahfan. g'Lgent for the Victorian Ipsuranae Conpaaics.). AGENCY O FFI CES Letting and Selling Houses and Land, IN SOUTI YARITA AN IT VICINITIES ARE NOW OPrbS~TE' TIE nAILWAY STATION, GARDINER'S C]0EEK ROAD. Auctioneer, Estate Agent, 'iO V luator.-Loans Negotsat. " ... Aent for .th' Australasian ET anc lfo Insnuance " Compa?V.:.. ., 'I WILLIAM ?ROVE, VALUATOR, AND'GEFNERAL AGENT, ST. KIL 3A AUCTIONI MBIART, EGS to. give :notice that his large aid.rons modicus premises in Barkly-s reet, Junction, ? i.Kld, is now open for the reception of Furniture -d General Merchandise; e6ther for sale by public action or private contract, " SParties renmoving desirotsof selling their Fur iture or otlher property either .by public auction r private sale will find tpoderate charges om. inedwith despatch in rendcring.acidunt 'sales . Cash advances made upon property for absolute al...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POST-OFFICE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 February 1866

POST-OFFICE NOTICES. Post Town. Daily Departures Daly Arrivals ot Mailsa ofa lnlls, Prahran ...... 6.15, 9.30 a.m.; 3 8.35 a.m.; 12.35, 4.30p.m. 435 p.m. South Yarra.. 6.30, 9045 a.m.; 8.20 anm.; 12.20 3.15, 4.45 p.m. 4.20.p.m. St. Kllda...... 6.15, 9.40 a.m. .30 a m,.; 12.18? T " 3.10, 4.30 p.m. 4.18 p.m. Toorak......... 6.15 .; 2.45p.m. .45a.m.; &'S30p.m., Glardliner cr...... 21p.m. ...: ... 9.15 a.m. Oakleigh.... 4-.30. a.m. ... 6 p.m. Briglhton ...... 9 sam., 2.10 p.m.... 9.20a.m.; 4.50 p.m ,(Soulth) l.2O p..... ... .55 a.m. , (East).. 1.55 p. ... 9.40 a.m.. Caullield .....S2 p.m. .. ...9.15 a.mn,

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MEMORANDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 February 1866

MEMORiNDA.\. We beg to remind our readers that the registra tion for the half-yaurly supplementary list of voters will e6'e on Thursday next. On Thursday evening an elocutionary and musical entertainment was given in theo Town-hall, Prahran, by the pupils of the South Yarra Presbyterian Schools, assisted by the Rev. G. Mackie, Mr. T. S. Atkinson, Mr. James A. Ure, and several lady and gentlemen amateurs. The Rev. J. W. Inglis,   who was in the chair, said he considered such meet ings conducive to the happiness and calculated to improve the taste of the public, and he felt much interest in any scheme connected with Mr. Mackie's schools. He stated that the entertainment was given for the purpose of raising funds for making some alterations in the schools, over which Mr. Connor presided. The elocutionary part of the enter tainment was most successful, and reflects great credit upon Mr. T. S. Atkinson, to whose judicious system of instruction the young orators are much inde...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 February 1866

MARRIAGE. GRANT.-MACKAY.-On the 19th inst., at the Presbyterian Church, South Yarra, by the Rev. George Mackie, George S. M. Grant of Switzer- land Station, Yea, Goulburn River, to Wilhelmina. Mackay, daughter of the late Alexander Mackay, Esq., Sutherlandshire. No cards. The Telegraph.     SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1866.

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TREATING A CASE ACTIVELY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 3 March 1866

TREATING A CASE ACTIVELY. I was once sent for, in great haste, to attend a man of respectability, whose wife, a lady of intelligence and refinement, had dis covered him in his room lying senseless upon the floor. On arriving at the house, I found Mrs. H- in great distress of mind. "What is the matter with Mr. H-- ?" I asked, on meeting his lady, who was in tears, and looking the picture of distress. " I'm afraid it is apoplexy," she replied. " I found him lying upon the floor, where he had, to all appearances, fallen suddenly from his chair. Iis face is purple, and though he breathes, it is with great difliculty." I went up to see my patient. He had been lifted from the floor and was lying upon the bed. Sure enough, his faee was purple, and breathin -laboured; but somehow the symnptoms did not indicate apoplexY.. ,very vein in his head and face was filled, and he lay perfectly stupid ; but still I'saw no clear indication of an approaching congestion of the brain. "Hadn't he better b...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BENEVOLENCE. AN ESSAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 3 March 1866

D, ·,EN EfOLEN~CE. ESsAY. Unmixed happiness or misey is not the lot.of this life. It is reserved for a future etate. Every man, therefore, who reflects on his situatibno will filhd that it has its pleasures and its painis. The ha pine'ss of life must, then, be estimated by:tle proportion its joys be~:to its sorrows.'l Tre happiest man is not he:who has'the few.est1sorrows, but he -whose joys overbalance hill sorrows in the greatest degree. Tliis, then should 1e our aim in the puasuit of happines~-not to conquer the sense ofsuffering-not tp sulppress our dlesires-not to abandon our hopies; but to cultivate?ery faculty of the soul which may prove a source of innocent delight; to endeavuur to keep tlhe mind open to a sense of pleasure, and, Sabove all, to securel to ourselves a lasting fund of real pleasures. Now it is singular that there are few, it ony, in the world Iwho make their situation as lippy as it might be. The majority of us indulge the selfish passions .to excess. Un happi...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LAUGH IF YOU ARE WISE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 3 March 1866

LAIlGh IF YOUA REE:WISE., : I order to'judge of any'person's temper; we generally make our first observation upon! his laugh, whether lie is.' easily ,moved,; and what are the passdags which throw him into that agreeablo kind of convulsion. People are never so much ungiardel; as when 'they are pleasod; and laughter being a.visible symptom of. some, inward: :satisfactioh, it, is then, if ever, we may believe the face. :There is, perhaps, no better index to point us:to the: paoticulaiities of the md .than thiis-which is in itself oine:of the chief distinctiorin'of:ouri rationality.. For, asiMilton says, .,. i:,,n: . " - S'piles.from reason flow, to brutes denibd, And are of love the food-- " It- may' be ren~ariked ii general unde 'this' blead, thdt' th lauih of men of wit is lor the most parý but a "aint; co'nstniined 'kind of half-hlugh, as suchi peisons are never ýithou' some diffidences about themi; but thiat of foolls is tlhi'most oneo t,, nitural, open" laiugh ?in; the'world., eW...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STRANGE CAREER OF A YOUNG LADY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 3 March 1866

ST'I'RANGE" CAREER OF' A YOUNG LAD1. At thip Middlesex sesaions, on Thursday senniglot, Nina Watts, aged twenty-six, was indicted for stealing a gold ring, a. parasol, and other articles, value £5, the.property of Agnes Julia Aroull, in her dwellinghouse. lcThere was a second indictment against her for steeling a lace shawl, aq,silk .dress,,and other aoticles, value £20,.the .property. of George Harris, inlhis dwellinghouso.. The prisoner at first pleaded not guilty; butafter wards retracted her plea, and one.of guilty was:recorded. Mr Montagu Williams and Mr Richard H-arris appeared for the prosecution, and Mr. Cooper for thle defence. .The history of this prisoner was one of a remarkable chla racter, showing the vicissitudes through which, an artrful and good-looking woman can pass. It transpired that some years ago the prisoner's sister, a young lady of great personal.attractions, went to reside at Clition, near Bristol; butsa short time after ashle was notice by a gentlemian of ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MYSTERIOUS AFFAIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 3 March 1866

MYS IEROlUS AFFAIR. I. An adjomrned' inquest into the origid of at firi, by which a' bhut, the property of James Sullivan Yasl destioyed on the worning of the 14th of Jaguary, was resumed on Mons dsly last,. .b,. MBI Cadler, ,at :Moorabbin. Thea inquiry hqd been. adjourned ,for the puirposa, of, procuring attendance of :a Mrs. Carrol,, who ,bud told aullivan lthat her dauighter, w4i t others 'had. set, theplapece lon a fire. Mary, Cairoll, wife pf a.,farser liviog". at Mporabhin,.stated that Anti Carroll, then ,a present, was her daughlter, and that on Tues diby, the 16th of,.January; she was delivered of a child. lHer daughter'first told witness sbe was in thu, family: way'an the previous PFidy, SseW said James,.Sullivan was the f.thei oao srcliild,,and that he was not going to:ihrF mIl r h On 'th'&lSitiirilr ievsous so tlhe fire lire dadghter 'iWuiwiths itness at Briglhts1, and on the Sunday she wenit td bed at nidt o'claock! 'vVitieess hl'pt in"theti ipom neif to herl dn ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OAKLEIGH AND MULGRAVE DISTRICT BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 3 March 1866

OAKIEIGH AND :IULGRAVE DIS TRICT. BOARD. This bonrd held its usual fortnightly meet ing on ThIn:sday last, when' Messrs. E. May (chairrman) Dewar, Orr, Hall, Miller, Wolste'h: holme, .Meatthiicu and Nicholas were present.', The minutes, of the previous meeting.hlaving,! been read .and confirmed, a letter was, read.i from Mr. G. Robertson, the present lessee oft,; the Oakleigh toll-gate, stating that he.,waa. willing to. alide by any ?ecision the hpard?: might arrive at in reference to the extension. ofthe time of his present lease.,: The clerk', was instructed to write in.reply that his pre-. sent contract would terminate on the, 31st inst., fresh tenders in the meantime to' be, calledlfor same. From the Roads and Bridges office,! enclosing 'special order of Governor-in:,, council granting the memorial of the toll-; gate on the Main Dandenong-road to the in tersection of the Head's Gully and Main~roads. The letter' was received, drid tendeis were or dered to be called for the lease ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 3 March 1866

.S .,KILLDA. (,OURT. .I'U?SDA, F~EBRUARY 20. Before the Mayor (W. Forld Esq.), and T. Al'Combie, B. Williams, and I. Patterson, Esqs.• aINOR OFFENCES.: John Bryan w~s fined Is. and reprimainded, for bointa drunk andt disorderly.-James COp?le1 eshalged Sameel Tucker with tvespssing' oil his property. PlUintiffs sid that on Tuesday, he saw defenlanto carryin away some boug?ls from:his land.l. Wheon sioken to heo rel'osed to iput them down, and threatened .to strike hilm with a piece of wattle. o, hlad lately lost thirteen sheep in consequence of'a portion of thle fence enclusing- his lanud having been takern away. Delendant acknoiviledged the trespass, but stated that the.paddock in ques tion was used as a thoropghfare. Iie denied that be had used threatening languag!o., The bench inflicted a fineaof °s. id., with 5s.' costs, or 48 hours' iniprisonmrent,--~sr, IH. S; Smith vasnfined f5e, for causing a: fil:e to be lighted on his land without the permission o the borough nuthoritiee.-A...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 3 March 1866

. Dress a 4 aeahion. s .uxa-xs aB 0o,, - M?r&?IP?&.lt? -'IP?&?ll?®lll?/ Habit and BreetDhes Makers, 58 ELIZABETH ST., MELBOURNE, Opposite Colonial Bank. A MERRY CHB STMAS AND i HAPPY NE YEAR. ENOCH TAYLOR, 57 BOURKE STREET EAST, Presents his Compliments, and the COdbMPLIEENTS OF THE SEASON -To his numerous,friends and begs to assure them that :he still contis.ues to exert himself to secure every pe ovelty suitable for all seasons--and especially for the Insesnt Jyous p'eriod of ihe year. he has presgnts isp :- B't-s' Boosor young, - Boats for oM, Boots for warm, "at fBoots far cold, Boolts of kid, l iBoossf Jeano. Boots of leather, Bootsfor game, Beoots with scames, iBoots with straps, Boots sateens, Boats with tops, eBoots with toes, Boots withour, : . .Boots for dance, Boots for gout, Boot riding DiOt and out, S Prices to suit the times. BRiANCH ESTABLISHMENT,, •15Bridge Street, BALLARAT. )J?APERY AND CLOTHING, IN AN Q? UANTTIES, AT WHOLESALE PRICES. ! j la...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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CORRESPONDENCE. A DIVISION OF THE BOROUGH OF PRAHRAN INTO WARDS. To the Editor of the Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 3 March 1866

CORRESPONDENCE. i A D[VISION OF THE ]30ROUrGH OF PRAHRAN INTO WARDIS. ,T T4 he Editor ofe relteea3h.. r Sir,--I.do not know from whom the in-. formation was obtained so as to enable you to give the report of the meltiiigp of thb deiu tation to the Chief Secretary' on this subict inserted in your issue of Sai;urday-last. but as that information is very incoiect irhi main particulars; I 'ari desiiouils, through the medium of your columis adnd for the inform ation oqt thls: burgeesses' gener:ily, to state what did actually take place on,, that occa sion. Councillor Dickson follqwed me in his rde marks, and handed in to the Chief Secretary a plan 'of'divisiona of the borouooh, which ho said':hsd - ?been prelpnred .by r Jo. Joht Campbell. I reqnested tlte Chief Secrietary to show me the plan ofdiviibon thus produced arid upori the same.bein, hanried to me, I- :at once discovered that the, plan was iii the handwritina ofour wortliyl Tovn Clerk,. ahd no'doubt tle p'roduction of tllht genul...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 3 March 1866

Hotel' Breweries, &c. STAR ~ HOTEL, CORNER OF Dandenong Road and Chapel St., Prahrau F?IRST-CLASS WINES, ALE, PORTER, AND SPIRITS. LIVERY AND BAIT STABLES. JOHN' GRIFFIN, Proprietor. C.. Suburba~ Railway Hotel, GARDINER'S1CREEK ROAD. k lE, PIRITI, &c,,of the FIINEST BRANDS ADAM SMITH, Proprietor. The LIVERY and BAIT STABLES now occu pied by Mr. Adam Smith, late G. Brown, are open for inspectiOfl. Firstrate close stables and loose boxes for hunters. Carriages for wedding parties, single and double buggies and saddle horses for hire at the lshorteit notice. Little Jack Horner lives at the corner, Chapel-street and the Brighton-road High ; For Wines, Brandy, or Ium, you'll find if you come, That the quality 's worth a Jew's eye. GROSVEN(OR ARMS, And Brighton Half-way House, St. Kilda-road, near Bolaclnva Statlon, by IHENRY R. HARWOOD, Of the Melbourne Theatres. N.B.-An excellent Cricket Ground, close fenced, for private matcres, or holiday parties. Quoits, Bagatelle, &a...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A JUDICIAL CURIOSITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 3 March 1866

A J J:frIAL. COinloeY -I haiir berjd fof a Somersetshire peaspnt. Ji,,: yhoa ent, with his father to the countrv toiwn, at the.time of the assizes, to seeo the judge. lie fgaded at tlhe judge, who happened to be i?na stiltg of quies cent attention; the lad's admiration erie almo-t? sated; the judge changed his 'ipn~turi'e : PFather t! their f!it's alive 1" O&ilrinied tLo boy. -

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THE CAUSE OF THE MISCHIEF. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 3 March 1866

..iT CAUsE .OF, THE I :MIISCIIEFP.--'1 always think, "said.a reverend guest of: the late Chief Baroii Thompson/ as, te' clop; was being snioved, "I always "tiinki my lor4,1 that a certain quantity, of iine does a man. no harm aftei a .goobd dini:'r," . 0 .no sir, by no means," replied the chief barspon "it is the sneertain qiantity 'tht does'thp, iis chief." , A , CoriCAL. .CovURTSHIp .--0'onnelf muntioned a case in which he was piofs sionally engacd--an action iistitfited.'by, a M?iss Fitzgerald' ngainst a Parison Hawkes .woth, fbri a breach of promise of mairage. : IIawkeswor~i h," said he, hlad ceitainly en agedthe lhad'sa ffectionu viry .nuch. He had acquired fahm enough. to egFt k.. her ambition. He was a crack' ? re'aheri-ad been selected' to'. preach beforg ,the'. iLord lieutenant-his naime ocbqsionally got| .iito the newspapers, whicmh thie was ,nt often the case with private persons ' q'and so. doubt this notoriety had its weig'ht 'i th lady's calculations. The corresponder...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 3 March 1866

U891. pdIANOFORTES aond ItIAIIMONIUMS, I by all tile CELEIBRATED MlAKERS, for SALE on easy terms, and for HIRE at moderate charges. Every facility nfforded to intending purchasers. who are invited to inspect the large and varied stock now offered It, the lowestl possible price for genuini instruments. I R. '.L PALING, Ageict for Erard, Kirkmati, Aucher. and Alexandre, importer of Pianos by Broadwood, Collard, &d. 35 COLLINS STr. EAhT, MIELBOURNE. P 1 A N O F O R 'TE S. A.. WEBER, PIANOFORTE MAKER, From 'the calebroted firm, H. Weber, IIanover. I'innofortes tuned and repaired with dispatch, and on the most reasonable terms. 77 GEIRTRUDE STREET, FITZROY. PIANOFORTES Superior London Make, ON SALE, OR.l, FOR HIRE, On Reasonable Terms, at RICHIIARD CROSS'S 8as BRIDGE ROAD, RIICItMOND Business Direetory. MEDICAL. A. F. VWhite, Cltemist and Drugglst, (tie post omc?e Chapcl.street, Pralhran. STOOEKEEItEtS, OROCERIS, A. J. Gummer, Wholesale acd Retail Grocer, Chapel itreet, opposite ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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PITH OF PARLIAMENT. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 3 March 1866

PITH OF PARLIAMIENT. J TIRSDAY. .I! tihe Legislotivo Couocil, the President an nounced'the receipt of a reply from his Excellency rdthe address of tile Council, which simply thanked hon. menmbers "for the expression of your loyalty and tlo'otion to Her Majesty's throne and person." The I'resident also intimated that he had received a return to the writ for thle election of a member for the Eastern Province, certifying that ilr. Ii. S. Andersdn lhad been elected. The second reading'of the Constitution Act Amnendlment Bill was not pro cee.led with, Mr. Highett assigning as a reason that it was stited in the Council's address in reply to hisa Excellency's speeh that the reformn.in qluestion trould be referred for consideration to a comolmittee of the House. Tile Council then adjourned at half-post four to four p.m. on Tuesday. In the Legislativd Assembly, in answer to Mr. WIhitem:a, Mr. IIiginbothalm said that neithler the present Municipal Act, nor any other that he was warce of, gave...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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FRIDAY, MARCH 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 3 March 1866

FuIDnAY, tIARCH 2. Before the Mayor. (W. .Ford, Esq:), ?nd B. Cowderoy, 11. Patterson, and. - S'Combie, Esqs SUISIDE. Adelaide Tanner was charged with at teRupting to commit suicide. MI.. Godfrey d?tfnded thle prioner.. Dr. Van aHemert deposed that about twtlve o'dlock on . Wed nesday' nighti he wascalled upon., to see the prisonel , who. was said to. hiaye taken a poisonous dose of. aIldanum.. He attended upon her. imnmediatelj, She was lying on a bod suffering. from the effects of an over dose of laudanunm, but upon further examina tion he found that slhe could be roused up, andt could answer questions. He asked her how much she had taken, and, she said, she hlad.had two doses ,of about half an . ounce each. She stated; that sho intended to put an end,to thoerseltf. Witness, gave her the usual remedies..and slhe recovered. .He fancied she had:been drinkin,: She said she had not been treated kindly by the person. she hladl been.living with~ ''he tdose takei was not sufficient to de...

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