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MEMORANDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 16 March 1867

MEMORANDA. At tihe Prahran Bowling Green,off Commercial-rd , eo members of which have beenkept rthler busy this /ummer withll maltches both in and out of the club, ishe contest for tile President's (mayor)bowls was finished on Wednesday, and they were won by Mr. Bulley. The match for the vice-presidolent's silver Onedal comsmenced this week, and the first course must be played out by tln 23rd inst. The members pfcoulncil challenged an equal number of members of thegreen, whlichl was acceptest but the acceptors lad no chance against tile council. The councillors Cihallenge still remaining, has been taken up by bther parties, and will be played off to.day. The match with the St. Kilda lowling Club is fixed for Saturday the 30t:1, land tlheo match with the I Melbourne BowLing Clue is to come off on Soaturday, the 23rd. Both matches to consist of twelve umembers each, and two hours' play, and to be played on the Frahran Green A very serious accident happened on Monday ofternoon to one o...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THURSDAY, MARCH 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 16 March 1867

Ti THUISDAY, MARCHo 14. Before the Mayor (E. L. Vail, Esq.), and G. Pslley, Esq. I LARCENY. , William Bailey was charged with stealing a piece of timber, valued at 20s. A lad named Henry Barlow, stated that on Tuesday   last he saw the prisoner against the fence of the school-yard in the Punt-road, with a piece of wood in his possession. Afterwards saw a man take a piece of wood into Bailey's yard, which he believed to be the prisoner. T.J. Connor identified the piece of wood as the property of the school committee. The prisoner said he took tihe piece of wood think ing it was of no use, and placed it publicly in his yard. He had a family of eight children dependent on him. The bench said they were desirous of dealing leniently with the case, and ordered him to be sent to gaol for four days.   Jane Patten and her husband, Samuel Patten, were eharged with stealing £15 from Tohlin Bridgeman, of St. Kilda. Prosecutor, a lalourer, stated that hlie had known the...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, MARCH 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 23 March 1867

ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, MARCH 19. Before the lMayor (James Turner, Esq.,) and Messrs. Tullett, Nelson, and Blaillio. ASSAULTS. Fanny Mills was charged by her father-in law, W. Mills, with an assault. Prosecutor stated that on Monday last, without any pro vocation, shite struck him a violent blow on the face in presence of Sergeant Farrell, who was inspecting the place, and makingl some inquiries respecting .a robbe!y which had taken place there. Tlie defendant was bound over to keep the peace for siix months ih two sureties of £25 each ;: in default, I three months' imprisonment.-Mary Dunn was also charged with assaulting :T. EviinS. Complainant said on Monday evening,'at five o'clock, the defendant, who was intoxicated at the time came into his shopini Abland street to borrow sixpence, and because he refhised it she threw a quantity of grapes at him, tore his coat, and assaulted him. Fined 10s., and 3s. damages. I Another charge of drunkenness was also preferred against her, for ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, MARCH 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 23 March 1867

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. PRAHRAN COURIT. SMONDAY, MARCH 18. Before W. Templeton, P.M., J. B. Crews, G. Young, and I. Patterson, J.P.'s. MIINOR OFFENCES. Francis Crask was charged with being drunk, and discharged on payment of 2s. cab hire.--James Wakefield v. Margaret .Ward. Assault. Damages laid at £5. Postponed till MIonday next. - Cather:ne Parr was charged with disobeying an ordei' of the court, in refusing to restore:some illegally detained property. The bench ordered a distress warrant to. be issued against her for the recovery of their value. stAINTENA N CE. Catherine Parkes brought herhusband up on warrant charged with deserting her and leav ing her and three children without any means of support. Shestated that her husband had left her seven months back without any means to provide for them. She had not left blim to live with another man. The man referred to was a lodger, who paid ;£1 per week, on which in a great measure she existed. One of his children Ihad been picked up by ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AMUSEMENTS, SPORTS, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 23 March 1867

.AMUSEM1E TS, SPORTS, &. "And because rig?t is right, to follow ig!t Were wisdom in he scorn of conseqtlon r." Tsr?ysoc. "The ".Ilyinp Scudl" is snithei' shipj bird, nor cloud, but thie r~:nme of, racehorse qnd of a caplital play, whicl,-to quote fiom the bills nnaae "a most ldecided hit" at the Royal on Sqatfurday night. ThoughI a decidedly "ilorsey" 'play it does not tell of the vulgarity and enob bishness stlhich even Bulwer, and following him most other aulthors, make the lenaing features in the character of sporting men. On theo contrary, we are introduced to a very di veisified company, hlonourable men andl beautifil and counrag'eous women, as vell as the scoundlrels and ibols who have, heretofbre, so unfairly been considered as the niost fit ting representatives of tihe turf. ''lid fate of the principal personages in thle plnyl hangs upon the success or failure of Flying Scuil, a two-year-old entered for the Derby. 'T'hli squire of Nobley Hall, where the opening scene...

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 — 23 March 1867

IroLoOWAY's 'ILLs.-Dismiss your doubts.-Let no'ono be longer oppressed with the notion that his malady is incurable till these purifying Pills have had a fair trial. When ordinary preparations have failed, theseo Plills have been used with the most marked succes. A course of this admirable medicine clears thd blood ,from all impurities- and improves its quality. The whole system is thus beiefittedthrough the uaual channals, without reduction of strength, shock to the nerves, or any other inconvenience in fact, health is renewed by natural moans. For curing diseases of the throat, windpipe, or chest, these Pills eJave pro-eminently established a world-wide fame,: and in complaints of the stomach, liver, and kidneys, they are equally officacious. 14 "

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THE YAN YEAN WATERWORKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 23 March 1867

IE YAN YEAN WATERWORKS. ceting, convened by circular, of representatives ouncils of the various municipalities interested Yea~- . 'n water supply, was heold on Wednesday Ton-hlall, to consider the expediency of pur ::e Ya Yearn waterworks. Alderman J. T. L called to preside. The meeting numbered ,lof thirty, comprising members of tim coon 3 clbocrne, Iotham, Emerald-hill, Sandridgo, SEast Collingwood, Brunswick, Williamstown, :,~ Prahlrau, St. Kilda, Brighton, and Rich rCulmstoho, hoeing Orsouy 500ca0 000 qucssion o ronsiderationl of which the meeting had been I, remarked that the project of purchasing the laos laid before them in the crudest form, no Is had been prepared, and the practicability of rchaso had notbeeninquired into, He thought hey were not in tlhe possession of information wich they could discuss thoproject. They did ow the cost, nor the means by which they could e cost. They were not in a position to decide Splans which lhad been suggested, on the one for the various...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 23 March 1867

7' .* Livery Stables; &e. cOMMERCIAL STABLES, PRAIHIAN. "Saddle and Harless Iorses, Buggies, and other '? vehicles for hire at the shortest notice. LIVERY AT THE LOWEST RATES. Horses Bought, Sold, or Exchanged. All Orders for Cars strictly attended to. Sober and S Steady Drivers nny be relied on. tW SHORSES SENT TO TIE PADDUCKS SWEEKLY. AI rARI4GES, BUGGIES,& WAGGONS, * . Side hand Elliptic Spring IBuggies, Waggons on Leathet Braces, Side and Elliptic Springs. *Carriages of the most modern design, all guaranteed first-class inaterial alnr worckmanship. M'GREGOR & AGNEW, 245 SWAISTON STREET. SCoals, Coke, &c. GEORGE B. HAClTER, Lato James F. IHay, . 7 XT 0 1 X 0 O SCoal, W7ood and Lime Depot, JHAY and CORN STORE, IIIG , S'TR EE T, ST. KI[LDA. Agent for Cockbill's Bonedpst. COKE! COKE! COKE ! SAt 27s. Gd. per Ton, at the COLLINGWOOD GAS COMPANY'S WORKS, Smith-street. Cheapest and Cleanest Fuýtl. Dress and Fashion. .BOOTS & SHOES SI?IHF undersign...

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OUR CENSOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 23 March 1867

OURt CENS )R. it seems thalt thle note we n; penldel to the letter of " Semper Paratus" ltst week has not pleased that very pecalislly-tempered individlual. It Ias given arn extra stir to the hile in his system, and ciaused it to overflow. T'he result is a."delieriance," of the usual bitter nature, against ourselves, which will b·e found in another column. -We do not know what imount of forbenrance the public wpill credit us with fbr publishinog ishciotchety commanicatio'n, but we veniture to think we nreentitledl to a hIl:ge allo\win'ce. For reolly if we extract the abase from it the residuun is all but til. 'Thle reckless manner in which Ie de:lls out invectives to all who differ with him is only equalled by the frantic manner in which he cries ott if he ie roughly handled in return. lie has for so long been, allowedl by what we calecourtesy, but he woul peir haps miscall " the freedom of the press," to brelabour the Town Clerk through our columns, that he seems, to have arrived a...

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GARDINER DISTRICT BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 23 March 1867

GARDINER DIS'PTRIGT' BOARD. This board held its usual fortnightly meet ing on Wednesday last, when Messrs. G. Htenry (chairman), Stokes, Barr, Woodumason, Middletocn, and Alwvay were present. The minutes of the previous meeting hiving been read and confirmed, the chairmani announced that he had appointed William Ilushby Jones andL Frederick Taylor as auditor.s. Amnonsut the correspondence were a letter from W. -H. Westell, enclosing his appointment as manager of the Ihad's Gully-road toll for the signature of the chairman of this board. The seal and signature was attached thereto. A letter wVms riead tiom U. Lane, requesting Imermuission to maike two drains in the tootpath oppositc his premises, to carry off the surplhs drainage water, pronmising to close them up. Permission was granted subject to the super vision of the engineer.-Fruomn Mr. 4'Grady, stating that he would give his attention to the Amended Local Government Act now befolre Parliament. Received.-Tenders were then opene...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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MEMORANDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 23 March 1867

MEMORANDA. . The returli match between the members of the Melbourne and Prahran Bowling Clubs is to be pltyed this afternoon, on tlh ground of tho latterI club, in Izett-street, Prahran. when it is to be hoped the local plnyers will succeed in turning the tables on their opponents, who, it will be remem bered, won the first natch. We understand that a requisition is oeing pgo up 1 St. Kilds, asking the IMayor to. convene a meet ig for the purpose of considering the desirability f taking steps for the establishment of., lbal iarkct. The movement has our lehrty sympathy, nd we hope it will extend itself to Prhran. MIr. Kaye's Vocal Union gave another o1r necr ex rellent-concerts on?Thursday evening at the fTown Ioll, Prabhrn." The attendance thlougl good was by no means so large as vwe hoped or expected to see. Tho performance, hlowever, wos for the mostl part fully up to the usual standard, to say which isino mean praise. The programmne contained things newr and old. Specially, one p...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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ST. KILDA COUNCIL. MONDAY, MARCH 18. Present—The Mayor (J. Turner, Esq.), and Councillors Ford, Oldham, Peterson, Gardiner, Tullett, and Bunny. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 23 March 1867

ST. K'ILDA COUNCIL. ItONDaY, IlAtCII 18. P'resent-'Thp Mayor (J. Tlurner, Esq.), and Coulncillor, Ford, Oldhlnn, Peterson, Gardiner, :Tullett, and Bunny. The minutl;es of the last meeting were read and confirmed. FoREsro NDO?tCNE. ' SLetters weres read From the Registrar-General, acknow: leding tihe ?ceipt of the annutal statistical rIeturns of the borough of St. Kilda for the year 1866. Fromn the Office of Lands and Survey, Melbourne, stating tlhat PFarquhlar M'Donald hatd offered 1s. or Ga. each otar dead trees near his premises, in the vicinity of the Village Belle Hotel. Councillor Ford ohb served that means should be taken to con. :erve the trees, as they were tlficult to re place, and if people were allowed to remnove the dead ones their numbers would increlise. Councillor 'Iullett moved, and Councillor Ohblhaum seconded, that the borough surveyor be instructed to inspect the trees, and that tihe town clerk be requested to inbform the de prtmont tllt if they were sold by the c...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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CORRESPONDENCE. [While willingly g[?]iving insertion to any intelligentlyexpressed opinions, we do not hold cu[?]s[?]lves responsible for the sentiments of our correspondents. Letters on any subject of public interest will with plea[?]ure, be received, and inserted, but on no account with anyt[?]ing o[?] a persona[?] or scurrillous nature be admitted.] PROPOSED POST-OFFICE FOR PRAHRAN. To the Editor of the Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 23 March 1867

C ORRESPONDENCE. V'lW!js willingly g'vlnc Insertion to any" Intetligently u.e . pressed cp:ueone, we do 0o0 hold nun lynnesrpuenihlo te? thle sentieents at' our cerrespendcnts. Letters on cyi subject sf pu oit interest wilL.witht p~eno urc, eived land inserted, but on ino neount will an) t..ing ora persona or seurriilotsnature be admitted.] *PROPOSED .POST-OFFICE IFOR .. PRAHRAN. :To te 'Editor ofthe Telegrepejeh.' Si-Referring. to .the. agitation-for Post Otfice Savings Bank, and Electric :Telegraph Estalishment .or . Prahran, permit.me to add??ess a few remarks anent. " Takingr the varipusarguments used by the memorialipts,; aO'd also by their advocates (in and o4r't f ?e councilrroom), as proof at once of their earnestness, and:of the' desirableness of euch institutions, as connected with tile assertion :that the Government has no funds for - such a purpose, it is fair tb assume that in the event of suchia reply the , promoters need not be dlscouraoged inastnuch as there is alrea...

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PITH OF PARLIAMENT. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 23 March 1867

PITHf OF PARLIAMENT. TUESDAY. In thd Aasembly) Mr. M\'Culloch declared thlet the Oairgeal preferred by tle Ba!larat ltar against thle .maage lentof thle industrial schlloolsPrince's-bridge were greatly exaggeratedll . He promised, when tehe vote for the schools came under the notice of tile House to have all tile papers ready for tlhe use of hlon. members. The House having gone into com mittece oW'the Customs DIuties Bill, Mr. Francis ex plaincd tthe clhanges it was proposed to make in tlhe bill since the resolutions had been reported. In stead of tle Ist July, it was proposed to extend tile time for the operation of tile spirit duties to tle Ist of October: It was also intended to effect suich a change in the measurement of such liquids as would make an importer pay duty for two-gallon eases even though they contained less than that quantity. In tile second schedule of goods subject to a dufy of 5 per cent., it was proposed to add, after thm words building materials, "except'timber...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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GARDINER COURT. SATURDAY, MARCH 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 23 March 1867

GARDINER COURT. SAT'.RDAY, MncaRCH 10. Before Lauchlan IMackinnon (cLhairman), and R. Hunter,,iEsqs. David Boden applealed against the valua tion of the Gardiner District Road Board. He was rated at £47, which he alleged was excessive. 'IThere were seven other similar appeals. Mr. Miller appeared for the.board, and objected to the bench hearing the appeals, on the ground that nntice of aippeal, as required by the 199th section of the Local Government Act, had not been given, and that the notice served did not on the face of it show that the appellant was an occupier, and was a person aggrieved. He referred to the case of the Corio Road Board against Galletly, decided by the Supreme Court on the point, and reported in "Wyatt and Webb' Reports," The objection applied to all the notices. The bench held the objec tion fatal, and dismissed all the appeals, without costs; but expressed dissent with the manner in which the board had acted. The chairman announced that this was the last time...

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SPECTEMUR AGENDA. To the Editor of the Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 23 March 1867

. 'SPECfrEMUlR AGENDA,-. . - 'To the Editor of the Telegraph. Sir, "Let'us be tried by olr actions" was the title';of my last week's' ommunica tion to your paper. And as y'ou covertly threatened ne w.ith utter.extinctiota this week, nod, contrary to all .the received canons of journalism, invited, nay touted, for opposition and repudiation of my views from the leaders of my own party finstead of leaving such things to their legitimate operoitions, I ask you to do me the scant justice of confessing your own' rthographical mistakes and most ridiculoui assdimptions.I Why, tle, quotation heading my-letter is most absurdly mangled. I should be sorry to suppose.it was'designedly done. But there is one charge ypu umake againgttnme in your foot-note to Imyletter in your. last that I most emphatically .deny. You ,charge me ,witht maliee prepense. Agnirist. whom ?. Why, I thought ,I was writing of principles and actions and not the most latent idea, of ding any one an injury, no, not even in ...

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CAULFIELD DISTRICT BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 23 March 1867

CAULFIELD DITS'rRTU' BOARD. On Wednesday evening Inast the above board held a meeting, when Messrs. S. Ma'sters (chairman), Nelson, Pennington, Cochrane, Lloyd, ]3laikie, Djish, and Kilpntrick were present. The mimntes of the previous meet ing having been road\ and confirmed, the board opened tenders fobr the maintenance and cleansing of the roads in the district in three blocks, including the Main Dandenong and Point Nepean roads. Mr. Ilbery's tender of £185 for the whole was accepted. Tenders were albo opened for the supply. and spreailing of metal on tile Murrimbean-road; When! Mr. Ilbery's tendler of £20 10s. 8d. was accepted. The clerk wasm directed to forward a list of the roads ill the dis ict to the Crown Lands Office to have tln m proclaimned, to dnable the board to prosecut pe sons riding on the foot inths. Amongost the correspondence was n letiter fit m the Me!lbourne aned IHobson's Bay Iails? a Comnpim;ny; stating thit the complaint of' n illber of thli-tles growin, on t...

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FRIDAY, MARCH 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 23 March 1867

FRnIDAY, MARCCH 29. Belore Messrs. Wilson, Baillie, and Williams. MIINOR OFFENCES. Jane Carmichael was fined 5s., and ordered to pay 80s. damages, or, in default, seven days' imprisonment for damaging the pro perty of Joseph Lacey.-William Trott, fobr abusing the same party, was fined ,0s., or three days' imprisonment.-'lhomas Newton was fined Ss. 6d. for having no light on building materials, and Burton Pynsent was mulcted in a similar penalty for havina a fire lighted in his yard.-Septimus F. ahooler was charged by Sergeant Farrell withbhaving tlhe words "Auction Mart" and Auctioneer"' painted over his premises in Bsrkly-street whileo not being a licensed auctioneer? The offence was admitted, but IMr. Wooler pleaded ignorance of doiog wrong in not obhlerating the words, which had been on the place before hlie took them. In consideration of the heavy penaltv attached to it (£20 being the, lowest amount of fine) and the defendant prpmising to have it removed forthwith, the ben?h wit...

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MUNICIPAL INTELLIGENCE PRAHRAN COUNCIL. MONDAY, MARCH 18. Present—The Mayor (E. L. Vail, Esq.), Councillors Knipe, Young, Crews, Lacey, Ogg, and Widdicombe. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 23 March 1867

MUNI .1PALINITELLIGENCE PRTIHRAN COUNCIL. ,, MoNDAIvY, MrAlnCs 18. Present-The Mayor (E. L. Vail, Esq.), Councillors Knipe, Young, Crews, Lacey, Ogg, and Widdicombe. . 'l he minutes 6f tlhe. previous nieoting were read aid con'firihed." tcdrcsror oNnaltoa ,Jeeters were riead- ' S inm the Regristrar-General, acknowledg ing the receipt of some statistics furnished. Received. From E. Bradshainv, Town Clerk of St. KI(ilda, stating that theoSt Kilda Council.were quite willing to pay their moiety of expense in providipg, spreadinig, &e;, 60b yards of metal on Wellington-street. Counicillor Lacey moved that tile letter be received. Carrtied. From E. G.. Fitzgibbon, Town Clerk of Nlelbourne. requesting tile council to appoint delegates to conlfer with the City Corporation rq to the desirability of purchasing tlhe Yein ean- ~Vaterwoi'r?s from the -Governm''ht. Councillor Youngs moved that the Mayor, Councillor Crewv.s, and the mover, be ap pointed to atrend.i Councillor Lacey se cond...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 23 March 1867

Business : Directory M ' '", ED.ICAL. ' " , , ' a. F. White, Chemist. and Druglst, (the post office) Chapel-street, Prahran. sTOREKE5PER, GOROCERS, &C. J. Gummer, Wholesaleand Retail Grocer, Chapol street, opposite Union-street, Prahlran, MISCELMAEOUS. Samuel Levitt, Watchmaker, Jeweller,' Sliver smith, High-street,.St. Kilda. Rose, Bookseller,.Stationer, &c., Chapel-street, Prabhran,.opposite Town-hall. J. Romanea, Funeral Undertaker, Chapel-street. Prahran, and Gardirer's Creek-road, South Yarra, James.Firman, Bo'tmarlier, Argyle-street, South Yarra, second house from the Commercial-road. Banks. "THE NATIONAL: BANK OF AUS TRALASIA. PRAHRAN BRANCH. Chapel Street ' SPid-up Capital ... .. £540,000 IReserve Fund... ... - ..-. 135.000 The following rates of INTEREST are allowed on money deposited at this Branch, viz.: On Deposits at 30 days' liotice, 4 per cent. per ann. ,, '3 rmonths' ,, 5 S,, 6 , , :,,. 6 . 12. ,, ,, 7 ,. ,, Business Hours Fen to Three; Saturdays, Ten...

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