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CRICKET. PYSLEIGH V. SOUTH YARRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 6 April 1867

C it 10K El. RrFemOGH V. SOUTH YARRA. A very -good match was playedt on Satun' day last bec?een the hlvsleigh and second eleven of Sulh Ynrra Cricket Clubs, which resulted in a victory for tche'latter. Thie game was very olope, anti for a long time remainled i matter of doubt which: side would be vic torious. Subjoinedt are the:scoes: RYSl.EIoH, F. IHughos, Gair, bI Browa.. ... 2 Rickard. It Brown ... ... ... 5 S. Ilughbs, b Brown .. ... O Hcerring; b Itortot .. ...... O Turner,run out ...t ... .. t: Clarke, a Cir, b Brown -... I. Corlett., jo., h Tartly... .". ).. 3 Moody, b Mlorton ... . . ' Turnbull, not out ... . .. ... Cor!ett, son., r . . ... .. Su drieC ... ... .. ... 0 Sovr?Ta YAnna; o :':,,i::: ' lI. Gairl run out .. .. 10 Browan, I lIuChes, Ib Clarke .. ; . C tvenrl, h . Hughes ..... Graham, b I F. uIla s. ... .. ..;t i King, b F. llughes ... :... ,;;-4 Berkmyre, b F. Iughes ... s * Spyet b I. Hughes ... . ... 4 Scott, b 8, -rughes ... .... o...:.: : Tardy, bt S. Hughes .;...

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 — 6 April 1867

MEMORANDA. By an advertisement en another column we perceive that the anniversary of the Prahran Inde pendent Church, Commerciahroad, will be held on Sunday the 14th, and thy usual tea meeting on the following Tuesday. A series of religious sereices are announced to be held in the Christian MAeeting House, Clhapel-streel, Prahran. The first willi be given to-morrow eve ning, when a sermon will le preached at half-past six o'clock, and on eachl eveningof thie week (Satur day excepteld) a similar service will be Ihld, thde whlole being brought to a conclusion on Sunday evening, the 13tll inst. The preachers will be Messrs. Webb, Por:er, .sley, Surber, and Coles. All are earnestly invited to attend. Tile thirteenth onnliversary of the IBaptist Chlapel, Charles-street, Prrahn, Iwill be celebrated by a teameeting in the chapel !on Thursday evening. A public meeting will be hIeld afterwards, at whice addresses will be delivered by Messrs. Dean, Perine, and Ward. The pastor (Mr. Matthews) ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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ST. KILDA COUNCIL. MONDAY, APRIL 1. Present—Councillors Peterson, Ganliner, Tullett, Fowler and Oldham. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 6 April 1867

ST. KILDA COUNCIL. 3Ion.xt, A?t-iL 1. P.?-ect-Conercilors Peterscn, G.rnlicer, Ti-tr, Fowler ind OGdham. The Fa.rcr te'ng ab=eni, Councillor Tullett . te:r~eLI cha;r.ano. "Ih? rair.,rs of the lIst mecting were read "and consce i. connEsros3Es~CE. Leters fere r P.- i - i Frm i h.e A-s-s i ,-Coron ----'son'r of Lands rdi f?rver. s::i."- :ha' tire I;o.rd of Lnds anrd . orks -,ci In! ro -,s,.:. to thie aiCoption f :le . rc-;c-sed arr:;gemenr of the council/ to tet the 1iuL.c padens for D ,erod not. ex cr.ein, fe revrs. Cotr:eir;i-r Olihamn m-ced sht :l : :e::er he. :::.n ir.:o cono'der c.in ?r 6: tLe rev-:rt i :he Pa:oing Coa' i' mi:n'e. cC-rritf Frona .hIn Vi,!e. i ,f W s-hira-sreel starin"e tti he lia nrot -[an-ed --s o- to de - pastire in he rerC::.:i:-c. reserve in E;"-t St. ;ible s?e,- Er nidt rrcei.ed a notie from trhe c-onc-id upn tBe suLtec. - e 1'ivt. ec Frcm J. I. Ellitso .. cf Hi-h-street.. , Fret,, * drc ii'ri" to crr' oC:t L;- cvIr-c: tar -sai "- 'r}.c r lofite A-m'-ittrect...

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 — 6 April 1867

Dr's3 and .Inshion C. F. ERIC SEN, Military Tailor and Habitm ker,j 4 F.LIZABEETH-S~'RY?". ,er- ret-?,fully to inform hi friends and clo-?cmer th.t he has ? a OPEN: D Hi STOCK of SU ERliP. GOODS, c(;ionis:i:rz of al ~tie latesit nvel:? ,f the 5e~-mn. Visitors frto thl countrFt tohe exhlibition.*, il final th,-.ir or!ners at:endei o wiih the greuest purc-' tuality, aod as' mo,'erate prices. lith S-p:, fI-_.__ HARLEY, Bi 0 0 T M[ A K E P, Hi s OPE-ED a SHiOP in HIGHI STIEET, tso di. rs fr,,: M Bate, .?rO i -~oger, ahohe he hos SSELL TI-E WTHOLE OF' THE STOCK GREAT SACr?IFICE. MIiscel!aneous. NOTICE. Ci!APEL STIREET, PRAHPRAN, !OXT o.. ZO TO dE ?oOxeTRGH C.iTLE. SST'INISH -GI PRICES gioen at this ILstore for all kindr of OLD MIETALS. rinen i ei!en Ribs purcsaed aS the Shi-h' yrtce. accordino to ouaity. PBoae. Iron, and Zir.nc purchased-in any qutantity Sat tto hii-ea-t currert prices. Ioi. price given for Broken Glass, Rope, and! C:ln js. Svery d~eription of Ba:ttls purehastl. The hies...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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EAST ST. KILDA PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 6 April 1867

E ST ST. KILDA PRESBYTERIAN S CH]URCH. IAt the usual montlly meeting of the Presbytery of Melbonrne, hlid on T'I'resdny Inst, thle Itresblvtery resuned consideration ot tho call fiom nt ast St. hilda to the Rev. J. W. Tnglis, of Sandridge. I'lhe Rev. A. D. IcNtNrora'r ~annoupctid thatr MIeoss. rs. W Bayles amd J. liillio-werI' 'present as commissioners fiom East St. Kilrn, tol support the call; and that the hlon. J. MOCulloclh, Chief tecretary, would bhve been present :also as a col.,nissioner, but lio pdessmig pubel engagements. 'lThe Rlev. Mr. Ballanttine antunotcted that Messrs. Lindlsay, Turnbull, lRutsse!l, Ariel atd Ross, were present ts commissioners from tile congregation of Sandridge, to oppose the call. :'The conmmissioners froan East St. KIidtI swere heard first, andil in setting forth their reasons for callin g Mr. Inglis, ex ipressed tilhe high estimation in which they Leld lim as a •peacher of the Gospel, and their conviction thllat should be see hiis wtay to aiccept t...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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MUNICIPALINTELLIGENCE PRAHRAN COUNCIL. MONDAY, APRIL 1. Present—Councillors Crews (chairman pro tem.), Lacey, Widdicombe, Young, Ogg, Knipe, and White. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 6 April 1867

MUNICIPALIN TELLIG ENCE 'PRAI RAN COUNCIL. MONDAY, APRIL 1. Present-Coouncilohirs Crows (chairmn pro tern.), Laccy, Widdicomnbe, Young, Ogg, Knipe, and White. CO itiRESPONDENCE. Letters were read- IFrom the Chief decretary's office, in refer ence to tile request that a deputation might wait oh him and lay beIfore himn the advan tages to. be derived from the establishment of a Post-office, 'Telegralph Office, and Post office Savings' Bank in the borou_,h, and stating, in reply, thalnt all the circlnmstances wero fully known to the Chief Secretary, who who would attend to the matter in due cous.e, when hIe had an olportunity of bringing it under the notice of his colleagues. Coun cillor Lacey moved that tile letter be re ceived.--Crri,,d. From Jimes Eville, town clerk of Ems raid-lhll, statinl, tha t a a mleeting of dele -ates of the verius brdies interested in the pr.viti)n of Yarn floids it lad been de cidel n t give a pIremium for the best mode of carrying eff the surplus water. Co...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THURSDAY, APRIL 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 6 April 1867

STUnenAY, APRiIL 4. 13efore the lMayor (E. L. Val, Esq.), and G. Pilley, Esq. I) INOR OFPENCIIS. James ]Btilner, chargedvwit being drunk anti disorderly in a .piblic place, wans fined fs. andl of'dered to pay %s. for cab hire; end John Purniiell, for a similar offence,.wns fined Bs.-fInMoaret IRoaclt was clhargedi withl being drunk ind disorderly, and with using obscene Inngu nge in lChapel-s:reet, oeppositl the Riflemen's Arnms Hotel, .,n Wedtiesday night. The prisoner had been locked u, Since the offence was committed, and as it was hier first appearanco before the bench, she was fined 5s. only. I SMALL DEBT. I F. Wdliams v. Tho'llmas Senior. Goods, £3 ra. 921. MIr. Walker, for defendant, said his cli ent had fnd no dealings with thl plaintiff fir abont eighteen months, and therefore the case niust be struck out. ]3esites tlis no bill of particulars had been rendered. The' plaintiff deposed that in Decemnberlast the defendant paid him 5s. on accoount. HIe lindt furnisihed tile del...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 6 April 1867

IloLtowvAYs PILLs.-Heallh, vinour.-Th?e'se Pills are illvalhablo ill stolaehie deralngements and bilious affections; they exercise in the strictest senrse Ioth allerative and tonic propertiei. Amongst all the mediciwes we possess, lollolway's Pills stand first; ulnivoreal expelience warronts this IasserItion. 'lhey will remoane many disorders which have de led every other treatment. These Pills are the heat aunt:lgolaistics to all iallanmmatory action, they thoroughly parify the bIlood and regulalte its natural distribution through thie body: hence thyr prevent congcstion of the liver, tlhe lungs, ntd the br:an. Over manylmladies their effects are almlost peuflc. I.tolloway' Pills root out every vestige . disease, without ?t?orrying the systemu

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GOSSIPIANA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 6 April 1867

GOSSIPIANA. The week now nearly closed has been un wontedly prolific of subjects suggestive to journalistic scribes of leading articles. Our difficulty is not, whlat shall wewrite about, but what shall we choose from among the various topics wooing our attention. As the easiest, and at the same time most satisfactory way out of this dilenuna, we purpose td group to gether for comment the principal of those events. First in point of time, as well as foremost in importance, is the mccting of the Early closing Association. This was held in @. George's H-all (which was crowded) on Monday evening, was presided over by the Hion. the Treasurer, and addressed by several prominent gentlemen, lay and cleric. The object of this society commends it to tlhe warm sympathy of every philanthropist; anmid tlhe way in which it lhas hitherto prose cuted its labours has earned for it universal praise. To our thinking it is a sad anomaly that there should be any need for an Early closing Association in ...

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 — 6 April 1867

• Business Directory OIEJOICAL. A. F. Wlhite, Chemist and Drungist, (the post office) Chapel-street, Prahran. STORIKEEPERS, GROCERS, &C. _ J. Gummer, Wholesaleand Retail Grocer, Chapel street, opposite Union-street, P'rnlran, MtISCELLAN EOUS. Samuel Levitt. Watchmaker, Jeweller, Sliver smith, Iliglh-street, St. Kilda. Ross, Bookseller, Stationor, &c., Chapel-street. Prahran, opposite Town-hall. J. Romans, Funeral Undertaker, Chapel-street. Parahran, and Gardiver's Cleek-roade Southl Yarram, James Firman, Bontnmaker, Argyle-street, South Yarra, second house from the Commercial-road. Banks. THE NATIONAL BANK OF AUS TRALASIA. PRAIIRAN BRANOCHI. .Chapel Street. laid-up Capital ... ..; £540,000 Rleserve Fund... ... ... 135.000 SThe following rates of INTEREST are allowed k.n money deposited at this Blranch, viz.: *On Deposits at 30 days' notice, 4 per cent. per ann. 3 months' ,, 5 ,, 12 ,, ,, ' G S Business Hours- Pen to Three Saturdays, Ten to Twelve. And for the conveni...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 6 April 1867

SttinritemcIs, A&'. *pENNY RE\D1NGSO 'OWN HALL, PRAITRAN. EVERY TUESDAY EVENING, at S o'clock. "W. J. ALLEN, Secretary Mechanioa' Institute. TOWN IIATL. PRAIII AN. QATU'IDAY EVENFilO POPULAR I. Co t'WETS Apil otth. 1tRh. 2Stth, atd 27th, 1957. WV. .. GA.BLE, 0 iI.. d.Se. 5tT GEORGE'S IrA L L Enery Ervening until further notice. Cotnlmerinet on TUESDAY EVENISNG. ll APRTL, 1567,. GRSAND IMATINEE Eovr Soataultar, oneolnetino I at 2 30 p.m. " A i"IELi Sll S * GRAN)D IIISTORIC MIIRROR And 3ECIIA?ICAL DIORAM3AS Ofthl AMERICAN REBELLION. llustrating all the princitl revents, from the Firing of thie Filrt Gurl I )own to the Snrrel-der of Coneral IL.e. Three new mecno :mtaical dionnmas have henn added . - the proprielor, at grcat cxpene, an foliowsn :- Gr .id anrol Conmbat between the Merrilannc and the IMonitor in the Ilanlpton :Ronds. Great Naral Engateme:ntt betlween tite ]nenrage and the Alahbama. And tile most intrincate P'ioe of Mlechanis:n ever ofl-red, of the Ftunoral troce:s...

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FRIDAY, APRIL 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 6 April 1867

FRIDAY, APRIL 5. Before Messrs. Wilson, Baillie, and Murphy. SMALL DEBTS. William Alln v. James Dolson. Goods, .1 17s. Amount awarded, with 5s. costs. John Guess v. James Sonmmrville. Goods, £6 Is. Veriict for amount, with 5s. costs. MINOR OFFENCES. Samuel Gibson was sentenced to one month's imprisonment with hard labour. on tile charge of stealing a ba:g from the pre. mises of Mr. Charles Gray,.butoler, Robe street. Several previous convictions were recorded against him, one recently at Pr'hran for stealing fowls.-William Joyce was fined Is. for allowing one goat to wander in the public street.

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GARDINER DISTRICT BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 6 April 1867

GARD.INELL pISTRI?CT BOARD. This board hold its fortnightly.n meeting on Wednesday last, w;hen Mlessrs. T. G. Henry (chairman), Midd oton, Stokes, and WeVood mason were present. The minutes of the previous siheeting were read and confirmed. Prior to any business being transacted in ordor to enlightcli the darkness generally pervading the clelmbers (not of course to say the membenhrs of the board) the clerk was instructed to purchase a good kerosene lamp.-Thelo chairman of the Finance Com mittes tihen again complained that a state ment of thle amount of rates collected had not been furnished. :fIo considered that some very stringent means should be adopted, as it was no use making rules if tlhey were not abided by. The rate collecter, who 'subse quently csme in s?aid he was unaware thlat a rerturn was requited by half-past five. He had been, collecting up to the very last moment.--Aimongst the correspondence was a letter froet the City Corporation Olfice stating, in reply to a letter...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 6 April 1867

BIRTHS. BUTCHART.—On the 31st ult., at Loy-house, Caulfield, the wife of George Butchart of a son. PETERSON.—On the 31st ult., at East St. Kilda, the wife of W. Peterson of a daughter. PETT.—On the 31st ult., at Chapel-street, Prahran, Mrs. V. Pett of a daughter. LAING.—On the 30th ult., at Burnett-street, St. Kilda, the wife of Mr. James R. Laing, of a daughter. DEATHS COOLING.—On the 30th ult., at Lincoln Cot-   tage, Commercial-road, Prahran, Katherine   Agnes, second daughter of Richard Henry and Agnes Elizabeth Cooling of Bourke-street, aged   two years and eight months. KEIGHRAN.—On the 30th ult., at Balaclava, of consumption, in the twenty-sixth year of her age, Bridget, the beloved wife of P. J. Keighran, Esq. THE TELEGRAPH. SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1867.

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ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, APRIL 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 6 April 1867

ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, APRIL 2. Before Messrs. James Wilson, James Murphy, H. Tullett, and T. Baillie, J.P's. SMALL DEBTS. John Niven v. John Henry Bates. Rent, £5 11s. 3d. Mr. Pavey appeared for the plaintiff. Mr. Seivright, for the defendant,   before the case was gone into submitted that the plaintiff should be non-suited. The above was the balance of a larger amount previously sued for, and he urged that the amount paid into court being accepted by the plaintiff compromised the matter. The case had been written in the cause book, as ''Settled out   of court.'' According to the Act, the cause of action could not be split. Counsel for the plaintiff having replied, the Bench said they were doubtfull whether to proceed with the case or not, and therefore postponed its hearing for a week to obtain in the meantime a legal opinion.—Drs. Lempriere and A'BIeckett v. Henry Clarke. Work-and labour, £6 6s. No appearance for defendant. Verdict for amount, with 5s...

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REGISTRAR-GENERAL'S REPORT ON THE VITAL STATISTICS OF MELBOURNE AND SUBURBS DURING THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 13 April 1867

EGISTIRAIIR-GENERA'S REnPORT ON T1IIE VITAL STATISTICS OF MEL BIOURNE AND SUBURBS DURING THE MON'TH OF FEBRUARY, 1867. The mortality of Melbourne and suburbs, together with thie mean temperature in the shabde, during tihe month of February, for the lust eighst years, were as follow: 'urmbcr 2teen ot IDatto. Temp. "oebrua.ry, 18c0 .. .. 36 65'4deg. ,, 181 ... ... 3 ei3 65'0 1862 ... ... 335 66"7 , 1863 ... ... 279 6t*' S 1864 ... ... 310 6'8 ,, 1865 ... ... 386 G4"4' t 1866 ...... 384 67e8 S. 1867 ...... 520 65'8 Mfean of eight years 3e0 65'ndeg. The rate of mortality in Melbourne and suburbs during tlhe month of February was not so high by 3859 deaths per day as it was in January. It was, however, lgtlier than in any previous month of February, and the deaths numbered 160 in excess of the average ol that month during eight years. The moean temperature and mean atmos pheric pressure of the month were each a fraction above the average. Males con tributed 5?0 per cept., and females 474...

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OAKLEIGH AND MULGRAVE BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 13 April 1867

OAKLEI3GH AND MUi(lh lVE BOARD. | This board held its usual monthly meeting on Thursday last, when Messrs.. E. t7: y (chairman), Miller, Irwin, Duff, Orr, MlatL thieu, Wolatenlolmo, and Hall were pre sent. The minutes of the previous meeting having been read and confirmed, a communi cation was read from the Commissionor of Lands and Survey, asking if the board had any objection to thie sale of five acres of Block 47 in the north subdivision of the district. A letter had been sent to the de part;ment, asking what portion of.the block the five acres referred to was in, but no deft-. nite answer had been received. There is a. water hole in the block which if sold would be a great inconvenience-to the ratepavers-. who watered their cattle there.-A letter" fron~tlme Dandenong Board stated that they were willing to pay their moiety (£20) for improvements on tmhe.North Boun ary-road, to be spent in such places as the I surveyor of the-two boards might decide. Rsceired. From the Shire of Ar...

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THURSDAY, APRIL 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 13 April 1867

T?HURnsDAY, APRIL 11. Before the Mayor (1E. L. Val , Esq,), and G. Pilley, Esq. snrALL DEBTS. F. Williams v. Thomas Senior. Goods, £83 s. 2d. Verdict for amount, with £1 Is. costs.-Mary Ann Richards v. A. G. Edwards. MIoney lent, £6. Plaintiff said she had lent the above amount at various times, but had taken no record of the times when she had given it. The amount was originally higher, hut she had received somne on account of it. Defendant denied owing her any money. He edmitted giving her 12s. on one occasion, but that was for other services rendered. Phintiff went into the witless box and denied this statement, and a witness was called to prove as to her respectahility. 'IThe bench lismissed the case withoqt prejudice, it being impossible to decide which side was telling the trtsth. MtINOR OFIENoE. Lewis v. Montgomery. Abusive and threatening language, and breaking seventeen panes of glass, to thile value of £1 Ss. The plaintiff stated the facts of the case, which vsere not deni...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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DEPUTATION TO THE MINISTER OF PUBLIC WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 13 April 1867

1EPU'T'ATION TO THE MINISTER OF PUBLIC WORKS. On Tucrday a deputation from the Municipal douncil of Prahran had an interview with Mir. Vale, at the ofce of Publio Works. The first matter brought under the notice of the Commissioner ivas the dangerous state of the portion of the Gardiner's Creek road near to the residence of His Excellency the Governor. It was stated by Councillor Young that the present condition of the road was perilous noth to those entering the Governor's house qund to those passing along the road. The cost of tile necessary alterations would be about £150. The consent of all the parties interested had been obtained except that of the owner of Toorak, who withheld it until ithe sanction of the Government had been ob tained, Mr. Vale said that the difficulty in the way was the uncertainty of the intentions of the Government in respect to Toorak as a whole. He would, however, direct one of the ofcers of the department to make a re port as. o to the probable eqpense ...

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FRIDAY, APRIL 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 13 April 1867

FnIDAY, ApeRL i2. Before Mevsrs. Walsos, BWillie, M'Combie, Gill, .Murphy, cld Van IHemert. ASSAULTS. Chnrles Gay v. Hery Wlheeler. Assault. From the evidence it appeared that the plain iffhasc recettly purclhasel cn allotment of land djaceelt to tihe dtlfendants' place, and ezected a fence thereon. A portion of this fence was put on the defendept's boundary. which plaintiff swed off. While so doing, Gray came up and pushed him off, catching him by the neck. In the struggle, the dofen dalnt was struck with the saw. A cross-sum (nons was preferred by the defendant against (Gray in the samecase. The bench dismissed Ghe first case, and in the second fined Gray £1, with £1 Gs. costs. I ILLEGAL DETENTION OF PROPERTY, SJoseph Atkyns v. Kate Hamilton. Illegal detention of property, valued at £10. The case was struck out, as the hlaintiff admitted lie had never demanded them. milNOR OFFENCES. ; A large number of persons were fined 2s. 6d. e?ach for allowing goats to wander in the public str...

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