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

TO CORIIESPONDENT'IS. " Censor."-Your letter is held over, owing to tile pressure oni oulr spaco this. week of matter 1having more immediate claim upon 1 onlrattention; f SATURDA ", MARCI 23, 1867.

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 — 23 March 1867

DEATHIS. MIAOPHERTSON.-On) the lith inst., at St. Kildll Alexanler Macpherson, lte of Perth, Scotland. WAlID.-On the 16th ist. at Nelson-street, Wintls.r, Alice Jane, the belnved daughter of (:utlhbert Surtees atei Stella WVard, aged three years and eighlt months. WALKEIR.- On the 16th inst., of dysentery following thle measles, William Alfred, only son Sof4lfred Wilker of PhInmix-street SouthYarra,

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

L ELCTORAL DISTRICT of ST. KILDA.: PRAIRAIIA and SO PTHI YTARRA SUb DIVISIONS. NOTTCE is herney given llhat the SUPPLE 3MENTARY LIST of prrs.onecntitile to vote rt the general election of memhirsr to oerve ill the Legiatirre Assembly are now prin'ted and ini my custody, for inspection tv all imrtis intertetctl.! .TOIN CR.AVErY, Electoral Registrar. Town-hall, Pralhrii, March 22, 1807. ELECTORAL DISTRICT df ST. IkILDA. K.,T. ITILDA; .EAST.. .T,-' KI'fA: DWEST, and .,..'. ELSiERNtVrrcK .:mf SIONs. . OTTCI; is iherteby giren tiha thie 'SUPLE ''MENTARY LIST of persoins entitled to vote a t the jcneral clection of members to serve in tlhe Legishitive Assoinbly are now 'printed, 'and in my custody- for inspection by all per.on interosted. JAMES KNOX, eccetoral Registrar. l3righton-rond, St. Kilda, I Marcli 22, 1867. ELECTORA; L DISTltCT ot SQU fi 'BOURK I -: GARDINER DIV1IlION, THE SUPPLEMENTA'IMY TiI1TS fo tIe ninrve I division are now in my possnaesihn nwd clan he oecn by all persons in...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DESIRABLE MUNICIPAL IMPROVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 30 March 1867

DESIRABLI. MUTrICIPtL IMPROVE MENTS. The persistency .with which Englishmen clipg to the habits and cpistom.s of their fatherland has a reverse as well as an observe aide. Up to a certain point, lto refuse to. give up oald habits andtl adopt new. one is com mendablei but beyond that point, it becomes censurable. The dificulty is to decide where obstinanceycormnrences The te acity with which we adhere to customs and helbits in which we have been educated, and which were highly suitable in the land of our birhl!, often becomenes positively absurd wlen we transfer ourselves to a country where they ace altogether uin suitable. There is perhaps1 no peelenl who travel so much is Englishm.n, and certainly io nation of modern times hbs done anything like so much in peopling the sparsely in habited portions of time wo.rld. And yet, though he thus travels and colonises, John Bull-'corries with him Iris insular prejudices and peculiarities. No peopnia seem so little capable wlen " at Rotte of ...

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 — 30 March 1867

S B iasness Diectory- , OsOOXCAL; .P. White, Ch• mi,?Lnd 'ugi, (th !'pbst "clse) Chapel-street, Prahran. . S W . rOREKEEPERiS, aRoCcRS,' &C. J. Gummer, Wholesaletadd Retail Grdcdr, Chapel ,streot, oppositesUuibn-street, Praihran, MIBeCELLAEOUS.' Samuel Ltevitt, Watchmaker, Jeweller, Sliver smlith..High-istreect St. Kilda. , i. Ross, Bookseller, Stationer, &e., Chap?lsatreet. prahran, oppbsite TWwn-hali. . Roma.its, Funeral Uhdertaker, Chapel-street; prlnahr, ahiid Gardirer's Creek-road, South Yarra, James Firman, Beootmnker, Argyle-street, South Tarra, second house from athe Conimercial-road. Ba.. nks_ ' TEIE NATIONAf 'BANK( 'OF AUS' TRALASIA " I PRAHItRAN BR'A'NC ." ::' ':Chapel' Street.:: ' ..l iaid-p.Capital .... ..:, £540,000 i Reserve Fund... .... .... 135,000 hle following rates of INTEREST are. allored on noney leposited it this Branch, viz.:- '' On Deposits at 3i) days notice, 4 per cent. per ann. 12 , s ,, 7 ,. 5' nlls . I., Business Hours •Pen to Three; Sat...

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 — 30 March 1867

ELLECTORAL DISTulcT of SOUTI BOURKE GARBI)INEIt IVIiION. T? lT SU t'PI.FEMENTAIY" LISTR for the oboe T ivision are now iin my pmOrPeninn nmd can te seen hy all persnon Internested at my house between thel: hours of 10 t.m. ip'l 4 p.m. TIIOMAS G. IENf'lY, Registraor, ELECTORAL DISTRICT of ST. KILDA. PiRAlRAN and SOUTH YARRA SUB DIVISIONS. ?OTICE is helreby iven tlhant the SUPPLE .JN MENTrARY LIST of persons entiled to vote ttohe general leetli~o of members to serve in the Legislative Ansembly are now printed ntit in my custody, for inspection by all parties interested. JOIIN CRAVEN, Electoral RegiStlar. Town-holl, Prahran, Iarchl 22, 1817. SELECTORAL DISTRICT of ST. KILDA. ST. KILDA EAST, ST. KILDA WEST, and E.S.TEItRWICKI DIVISIONSI. 'OTICE is hleretby given lat ithe SUPPLE IvIENTARY LIST of persons entitled to vone at the gen!,ral election of nrnmember to serve in tihe Legislhtive Assembly are now printedl, and in my 'ustody fgr inspection by all person interested. JAME.S KNOX, Eec...

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 — 30 March 1867

PITH OF PARLIAMENT. TUESrAY. Is thie Iegislativd Council, lenve of absence was gives to thle lon. W, J. T', Claike for the remain der of tile session, ott- account of illn-ess. A return wvas laid on the -table by the hon.; Captain Cole, showing the hmount expended by the iGovernmdnt towards: the introduction iltli tile colony of 3610 passage wIvarrnt hlolders a!d 584 ipliligrtlnts Thile amount expendedl weos 58,673 I4?. 5d., pro portioned tas fallows ;-1426G passages, nqlal to 1315 adults' passage'warrants, at .£13 9. 4d.-17,708 13. 4d.; amount expetded ut ol'4 passages eqlual ,o l184 passage warrantn, at lS 12s. 10d.-27,065 is. 40.; amount expendael on 584 passages, equal to 568k adftlt selected ilnmmigrants, at £13 14s. 10d. £7812 2S. 9d.; quarters to immigrants, and offices £2012 5s.; expenses of commissioners in selection and -conveyance of immigrants,. £1497 8., 5d.; salaries boat's crew at Hobsaon'sBayt, hIospitals and other expenses, £0588 5s. id, Total, £58,673 Is. lIld. Thi...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, MARCH 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 30 March 1867

POLICE INTELLI-ENOE. PRAIHRAN COURT. S MODAnvv, MArsun 25. Before .W. ''emlpleton, P.M.,J.. B. Crews, and G. Yoing, Esqi;s. ASSA ILl'VS. 'lThlmas. Mardo was .ciharged titith as s:ultri,'" hrtton Pynsett. li'. Weller for theo plrosecntor, and Mr. Wallker for the prisonor. 'lThe prosecutor said he resided at Mallett's Botanical Hotel, South *rra. On 'hatr'gday lost the prisoner came to thle hotel. lie appeared t, be intoxicte.l, and used violent and threatening hlnguagp. He went to tihe back of tihe hIotel and he (prosecutor) followed him, tfaring hie would Ido some one an injury. 'l'hd prisoner then Istruck him a blote on thle end from behind, whllich knocked him down and rentderled him senseless, and afterwards caught hoal of hitn by tile throart attempting to throttle him. Subsequently the prisoner threw a tumbler at him, and When under atrest broke away from tite con stable aind again assaulted himn. He (prose cutor) was in clharge of the hotel, the land lord being absent. The pri...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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SOUTH YARRA V. FAWKNER PARK To the Editor of the Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 30 March 1867

SOUTH YARRA V1 . PAWKNER PARK To tie Editor of lte Telegropl. Sir,-Reterring to the match played between the South Ya;rra and Fawkner Park.Gricket Clubs, I was ever more surprised than on reading the rtport in your issue of Saturday last, and am 9ill more surprised that a club like the Fawkher Park, who have hitherto attempted toT maintain a standing, shoutld descend to misrepresentation. I admire an emblative spirit, at the same time I do niot like to see tihe paths of truth deviated from. Instead of manfully admitting their defeat, the Fawkner park Club attempt to palliate their loss by s:ating what is at direct variance with fact-viz., "The loss of the game by the Parkites ik attributable to the want of knowledge of the gnmeon the part of the um pires, waho gav'descisions against the Parkites which took ithelir'opponents by surprise," thereby insintmiting that the umpires gave prejudiced dercisions. Such an excuse, Sir, is most evasive; bat if tihe decisions of the .mlires were u...

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THURSDAY, MARCH 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 30 March 1867

TausUnAy, MIA'Rcr 28. Before the Mayor (E. L. Val, Esq.), "andi J. B. Crews, Esq., J.P.'s. OBTAINING MONEY UNDER.FALSE - PRETENCES. Frank Hogg alias George P. Goding was charged with obtaininb £ fi'omR Mr. Joseph Everett, of the Touprak IHotel, by means of a valueless chleque. Mr. Everett stated that on the 27th December, 18G0, tire prisoner came into his hotel and asked for the change of a £5 note, which he gave. He then went away, and on. tihe evening of the samne day tl;he prisonei returned, and asked for a blhnk cheque of the National Bank, which having filled in. fo £9? asked witness to cash for him. 'iThe chenque was duly. presented at the bank, btt rsturned marlked " no effects." iHe then gave inlformation to the police.. G, B. Heath cole, a ledger clerk at the National Bank, Melbourne, proved that the cheque had been presented, bht as the prisoner ha* no account ir was returtned. Senior-Constable Moossy proved that 10 opprehbided the prisoner at Rlichmond, when he geave his ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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CRICKET. FAWKNER PARK V. EAST COLLINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 30 March 1867

'CRICKET. PAWI(NER PARK V. EAST e OLLrNGWOOD. The Fawkner Park Cricket Club played the first eleven oiF the' East Collingwood Cricket Club 'last Saturdaiy, when, thanks to the howling of Ilessrs. Broan and Stiwart, the letter were dipposed of for the small score of 49 runs. Tihe Fawkner Park secured 66 runs for the l.ss of 6 wickets. lEAST COsI.s.GWOOD . .T. .Gordon,lc:a Brown, b Stewart ... C. Gordon.e Chandler,tb Brown .... 4 BIop&, o tqn.or, b Brown :. ... - ' .Bird, cChiandler. b H. Crooa k.. ,8 ITowit, I b', b Brown ... ... .. Blakle, c lMtsa, b Brow . . ... 3 Clarke. bBlrown ... .. 3 W?Vouh, a nrds Brown... r.,: " 8. Hart er, b lF. Crook .. ... 4 rMacide, nobt out .. .": Kerr. run out .. Byes, 3;. wides,5 .5. Total i , ....;.i HAwaers P as Wil!onughby?r Ih w, b Gordon..,....,1 Stewart, rdi nut .r ' 8 Brown, b Macko . . - 'ters, ns tiout .'... Briggs, b lird ,." .. . . H. Crook.'1 bh w, b nird .. .I Moss, c Bishop, tbJ. Gordon ... ... 8: Chandler, rnot out . * 11 Byes, ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THE SOUTH SUBURBAN HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY'S SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 30 March 1867

THE SOUTIL. SUBURBAN IIORTI CULTURAL SOCIETY'S SIIOW. The above society held its exhibition of frit, flowers, &c., at the T''own-hall, Prahrnn, lost Saturday. 'lThe dlislilay was a thoroughly good one,.and the stages were filled to over flowing, which was especially gratiy?ling, si t he society was not in a position to oftr money p'izes. The attendoace was nit large, though better than at the lust exhibition of the society. His Excellency with Laldy and Miss Maiuers Sutton were amongst the visitors; he was received by Mr. "1ai4mill, the presi lent, adl..other gentlermen connected with the socierv. l'he sdisplny of Ipuot plants in bloom con sisted chietly of fuchlsias, of which there was a large enad excellest muiter. Mr. Brnnning's collection l'one would have made a respect, able shlow, but Mr. Cunningham, gardener to Mr. C. E. llBrighlt, also sdnt a large nurpber of nice compact plln;s, whici gave him second places in the several classes. IIt front. of these was a very clho...

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 — 30 March 1867

MEMORANDA. Thle anniversary setrices in cona'xion with tlhe Sabbath School attached to tlhe Congregatien.al Church, Peel-street, Windsor, willi be hleld to morrow and on Tuesday. On tile foruner day, sermons will be preached, morning, afterooon, and evening, by the Rev. W. Middleton, G. Miasckie, and J. Bagley; and on the latter, a tea meeting will be hell, after which addresses will he given by several ninister and'friends. Collections oq belhalf of the school will be made at each service, Tile return match at bowls between "repre sint ativea " of the Melbourne and Prnhbran Bowling· Clubs came off last Saturday afternoon, and was a very harmonious and enjoyablt affair. The nmantch was played on tle Prahran Club's ground in Izctt-street, off the Commercial-road, There were three rinks formed, eacrl rink conlsisting of eight players-four from either clut. in all three rinks the visitors were the winners, but in Ios, 1 and 2 their opponents ran them very closely, in No. I the majority...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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AMUSEMENTS, SPORTS, &c. "And because right is right, to follow right Were wisdom in the scorn of consequence." TENNYSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 30 March 1867

AM1USEM1ENTS, SPQIITS, &c. "And buecausse rigst is right, to follow right Were wisdoum ill tlhe scornl of conlseqtence." TANNvsox There were very esw of the younger por tion of Mielbourne play-goers who did dot heave a little sigh of regret when Mr. Hall closed the beautiftl little Princess's 'lTheatre. It was easuch a bright, pleasant little place, that lwhen it was closed many of its frequenters felt as- if they had beeu wronged of a valued possession. The Princess's was a!ways, as long as. I can remember it, a nosy little plance, lwhere you could enjqy yourself with a spirited little play or burlesque, and forget all qbout tragedy and love-wrought heroines trembling on the brink of marriage or murder. Other characteristics of the Spring-street theatre were that tile little stage and the little house always seemed full, andl that the good humoured audiences mades tliee selves thoroughly and -merrily - at lomg. Well, so they ought to have been gnood tempered, for many's the...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE HORTICULTURAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 30 March 1867

THE HORTICULTURAL SHOW. We can heartily congratulate the managers of, and the exhibitors at, tlhe show of flowers, fi'uits, and vegetables given under the auspices of the South suburban.Horticultural Society last Saturday, in the Prahran To~wn-hall. The exhibits were numerous, -inost of them superior, and many of rare excellence; and as the society is not in a pecuniary position to enable it to offer other thlan :~i?huio'rjry" prizes, it is highly creditsble to those 'h sent exhibits that they should have taken eso mucl? and such successfill pains to get up a good show for the mere " love of thie thing." We regret that these :exertions rhet with but scanl; recognition firom the public, and that thle nly failure we have to reecrd in con nexiosn- with the show is a pecuniary one. We think, however, this may be attributable, in.part, to tile fact of the show being closed some two hours earlier than had previous ones. We eijh readily appreciate tihe reasons why especially, on t Saturday...

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 — 30 March 1867

Money ADVANCES READY for a fiw monthtls, 1 or any term of years, on "depositing deeds' of Ihostes or landed propetrty, ill any part of the cltony, and, witllout p~,ossesiln on furlliture, stock:l ie-trttle, statuilllt, farllmin_,-,tolt, in msttls of £10, 21, £2;t., £40, ol), £6It, £70. £?0, £t10t. to £500. Nou. xiiCOn btive linw chargets tietnsary. From £510 t £2C,iO00 for oei or anty tertm of years, at eight ,.r celt. 'l'hioe t, rces are privaIte and collfillential. 1E ,tt,blihclr-o'2 yla:s. Vctorian loneny and Lando l lstiulr, U'. O eell treet, M[el! l lllrlu e, n111 lit In0 Itrtittwiik StreCet, ,itzCoy. Bills dietI:Ited without dlanv. 1 ONDON LOAN anld DISCOUNT SStt'I TY, .2 Swanstotn-treet solth, three dt.rs fromt Cldliio-street.-This society is es itahllosidi to assist tr:elesmtent anoltl others on thle follt'ilg tertts :-! tory tldvanced in susttt varying frotllt £. to £t1t100, on sfecurity two responsible hIiousehlohlero, to be ripoid by weekrly instalments of 1s, Ii the poui...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 30 March 1867

BIRTHS.   OLIVER.—On the 24th inst., at Albert-street,     Windsor, Mrs. W. D. Oliver of a son. EDWARDS.--On the 7th inst., at Arnold-street,     South Yarra, Mrs. L. Edwards of a daughter.

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, MARCH 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 30 March 1867

ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, MARCH 26. Before Messrs. Wilson, Baillie, Williams,   Van Hemert, M'Combie, and Murphy,'J.r. a. SMALL DEBTS. John Niven v. John Henry Bates. Rent £5 11s. 3d. The above was the balance of a larger amount, portion of which had been paid into court on the previous court day. It was arrgued by the defendant's solicitor that the plaintiff having accepted the amount paid into court, and not then appear ing when the case was called on, it was a compromise of the whole proceedings. The beach postponed their decision for a week.   -B. Williams v.I W. Tr'lott. Special sum mons, £2 Os. 'I'lTe case wras diismissed. MINOR OFFENCES 'T'lhe following persohs were ned small sums for allowinS " their "oats to wrander in the ipublic streets :-Ellen M'Cornac-k, Edward Arnold; Alice Wilson, Miles Farring- ton, Henry Garnett, William Rowe, and Richard West.--Gliarles Brown rwas fineld 5s. for leavnfg hislborse and car unprotected in the public street at...

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TEA MEETING AT WINDSOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 6 April 1867

TEA MEET':ING AT WINDSOR. On Sunday last sermons in connexion with the Sabbath School anniversary were preached i' the Congregational Church, Peel-street, Windsor-in the morning by. the Rev. W. Middleton, tile lpastor of tile church ; in the afternoon by the Rev. G. Maclie, and.in the evening by thelle Rev. J. Bagley. On thle fol lowing 'T'eeslday a tea meeting was held,.at wllich there was a very large attendance. After thie comlpany had pirtaken of a very ex cellent ten, tile Rev. W: Middleton exlpressed his gratification at the result of the meeting, and at the manner in which tile arranoemerlms adl been carriedi out. He was sure thle children were gla:d to see Mr. Blhnshard that evening. for hlie was tile first superintendent of thl;e school. In conclusion, lthe rev. gentleman said thie Sabbath school institution concerned the next generation, and therefore these meetin., were of grl at itnportanre with regard to the social, physical, anti religious pro sperity of tile vyoung. M...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, APRIL 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 6 April 1867

pOLt E INTELLIGENCE. R-IA HRAN COURT. MONDAY, APRIL 1. Before W. Tlempleton, P.M., J. B3. Crews, IR. Patterson, and G. Young, Esqs. FALSE PRIETENCES. C. B. Butlchers v. John Raper. Obtaining goods under thlse pretences. Mr. Walker for luhintiff, ahd Mr. Weller tfor defendant. ,'rosecutor stated that on the 7th ult. the defendant called at his yitrd in Chlapel-street and ordered Isome timber for Mir Mayer, at the usame time slating it was to be a cash transac "tion, iand would be paid at the termination of a small jab at the latter person's residence. The timbels was duly delivered, and the re reipt book signed by Raper for Mayer. He sent in his account to Mr. Mayer when lie heard the job was finished. iMrs. Mayer said she had 1,aid £10 to Raper for tihe con tract, and therefore repudiated the account. Cross-examtned.--The defendant had met him.n ome little time betbre the account was delivered, and asked him for it, when he referred hiim to his son. Alter delivering the account agai...

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