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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 27 April 1867

Fate t u c tuion. TUESDAY, APRIL 33. At Twelve O'Clock. Oardiarr's Creek Rolad, South YTrrn. EIlegant iand Recent!ly Prchlased Household Furni tore. To PaTr:les Iurnihi~ g. LCa.ary lBuers, Dc.alers,. and Subiurban Rc idents. A It. J1T?ES EVANS is instrucle.! by Molr:evorthl 1 Green, ?-q., for anl on behalf of Mrs, S. Browne, who is iearing for J?.glaitd, to S;LL byl ALUCI'ION, on the premiers, GCardinrrs Creek-road, opposiLte the residence of Joe Lerovd, E-rq.., All heICr lhandsodme and natly new frinit:roie,o ,., &:., romplti-ng lndsodmti drawiagroom suite in wsalut ulcad green rep 'iWalint centre table Itosewood C.antcrbrn-r Iloeswood .'ca.siOllll table Elegaot o nolu clock under glass case gi at .d?ine do r wi ngroom chi. hirs Sup,'rior blollzeel teiicr with steel fire iront I fcl: Iek u sels cerptet, nenarly ew s witth kriers Centre piece. hearthrug and haussocks to matchi/ I Sgts of green and white sun blinds 2 Sets white lace elt ins 1 Set marone rep curt:alins witll r...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 27 April 1867

SGENERAL NEWS. Br. IIope has been returned for the South Western Province by a majority of 1! votes. A melancholy accident occurred on Easter Mionday, at the Botanical Gardens ferry. A little boy, aged six'years, was with his sister. when they were dllowed to go down tile steps bf tle ferry to bathe his hands. Whilst standing on the bottom step he missed his footing and fell into the river. Assistance was promptly procured, but it was of no avail. 'Te poor little fellow sank and never rose again. T[he boly was recovered at six o'clock the same evpnring. An inquest was held on l'iesday, by Mlr. Candler, 'hlen the jury returned a verdictofaccidental death. ''lthe Vice-Chancellor's pIrize for the best English essay, open to all matriculated sttdents of the Melbourrie University, not of standing for the degree of Master of Arts, was awarded to John 'T'homas Meeson. Tlhe subject of the essay is "A View of English Society and Institutions from thie time of Alfredto the Norman Conquest." I...

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. FRIDAY, APRIL 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 27 April 1867

ST. KILDA COURT. PRIDAY,. APieiU2G.' Belore Messrs. T. 3aillie, and : James Wilson, J.P.s. LARCdNY. James Burns was clharged with stealing a rug of the value of 40s. the property of George Sparrow. Neil Boyle stated that he had lost tile rug produced, and hud found it on tite prisoner's premises under liower of a search warrant. He could not identify it by any private marks, Sir, Sparroy was called, but coult not positively sweatr to the rug being his property. The prisoner said hie had picked the rug up on the road, and had niot attempted to a cncenlit. The bench dismissed the case as tl1ere was no proof of the property being stolen. They, however, ordered the rug to be. delivered utip to the piosecttor. ASSAULT. Alad named M'Gr4th was charged with using abusive language and committing an assault on George Wplls, of Blessington street. The evidence was similar to that given in a former case, in which three others received_ a senrteice of two months. Mr. Miller, on behalfolf 'GratLh...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EARLY CLOSING AND THE PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 27 April 1867

EA.RLY CLOSING AND THE PUBLIC. Per favour of tlhe Editor of the .'e[eraph, 'o the 4adies of South Yarra, St. Kildn, and Prahran, A.t a orowded meecting held at St. George's Hall, on Monday, the 1st April, attended by lipwards of 2,000 persons, including many ladies of distinction, it was unanimously agreed to avoid laje -shoppilg in Melbourne, by laking their puirclhsos before six o'clock, thereby securing a great boon to the hun dreds of assistants engaged in various trades. Now that the principal establislhments in theicity clise at si- o'clock, and the move inent islikely to become more general, the nssistantseemnpl6yed in the retail trades in South Yarra, .St..Kilda, and Prahrap, would invite the co-operation of the ladies to secure for them a mitigation of their excessive hours of labour. As the subject has been thoroughly discussed during the last few years it is un necessary to state the idvanlages that would arise'fiom a uniform hour of closing. It is a yell known hoot that ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AMATEUR ATHLETIC SPORTS ON THE MELBOURNE GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 27 April 1867

AMAITEUR AT'IIL.TIC SPO'T'S ON THE MELBOURNE GROUND. Between three and four thousandl persons betook themselves to the "Melbourne Cricket Ground on Easter Monday. to witness the competitions for prizes presented by the Amateur Athletio Sports Committee, to the hbesnt pedestrians, &c., of the colony. The principal interestwas centered in the matchles for the society's Challenge Cup, for which there were four ; competitores-Auessrs. Harrison, Harris, BaUnrras, and Mlande. The filst-named gentlenmanp has held possession of the cup for two Im'ttin~s; and it was asaninely expected by his friiends that lihe would succeed this time in becoming absolute proprietor of it. He was, however, defeated by Harris. The proceedings of the day were conducted with comlmendlable ptnctuality. Messrs. Levey and WVoardill noted as jn~oeqs, and Mr Hammersley nsstarter. "Ibe f'llos ing is a report of the day's procsedings : 100 yards Maiden Plote.-First prize, value £4 4s.; second prize, value £2 2s...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE MOTHER'S GRAVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 11 May 1867

THE MOTIHER'S GRAVE. [Tlhe following lines were cuggested by seeing four little children crying over a newly made grave in tile St. Iilda Cemetery.] EMMIIA. Mary, when will mamma come back Shle's been so long away, - Why lay her in that hole so black, Why put lhcrin this clay ? CLARA. And then the hole was dug so deep, lIowever cai nlmallina Get out, liwhen slhe wackes froml hier sleep, And chno back to papa? Our poor papa the live long day Cries by.inlaliilnl's bedside, And bids us all kneel down a'ld pray, And says Ulinatnla las died. MIARY. Our fond mnmmni will never come, She's gone too far away ; Iler soul it lives beyond the suin, Her bones lie in this clay. Yoi, must not call her back again, Shle llilnot comUe to thee, Sle's where all eartlily grief and pain Uows to iaugelicy. t. WINTER. According to a Dmndlly jouinal, a beautifil meteor has bein receonly observed in thiht nleitIouthl o'lionl. It was first soon near thll zenitli, and descended in a straigllt line to wards lth...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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ORIGINAL POETRY. THE LIFE OF MAN. CHILDHOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 11 May 1867

ORIGINAL POETRY. TIlE LIFE OF MAN. CHIlDHIOOD. Sweet Iunocence, thou type of holiest kindl, What foild endearments in thy days I flnd. lihen, in tile fulneos of my simple mirth, : I prattle on tile knee that gave me birth; Or oft, whilst listening to the fairy tale, I scan a lovilg face so sad and pale. Itow on a sunny day I gambol round, And seek tile places where wild flowers abound; Or by the rivulec I tlake my stand, And cast in pebbles willth mly tinly hands; WVlen tir'd of tlhose my toys and pets I seek, And thus amuse myself writhl many a freak. Of these, alas! I nio wieary growI As plain my fretted face begins to sllowr, And soon I seek tliat never failing spring, That fountain pure of love, so sure to bring BRohll quiet sweet repose alnd peaceful rest Back to my troubled fretted ilfint breast A mnther's gentle heart; with means replete To soothe--the ainelds of Satan to defeat. But, all I how quickly have those moments fled, E'en now I feel the chanlge that timle has bred. ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THURSDAY, MAY 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 11 May 1867

TIrTtRSDAY, IMAY 9. Before the Manyor (E. L. VaI, Esq.), and G. Pilley, Esq., J.P.'s. MINOR OFFENCES. Archibald Williamson was charged by Isabella Ilyslop with making use of abusive langunage. Thle parties were neighbours, and a dispute aros between them tespecting a waterl-tap arid trough used by bith. Bad languagelwas stated to have been used by the defendant, which was deniedl; but the statement being corroborated by a daughter of the plaintiff, tihe boech fined Williamson in the saun of 10s., with 2s. (d. costs. SMALL DEBTS. Knox Brothers v. Samuel Passen. Goods, £1 Gs. 11d. No appeariaoce for defendant. Atmount awarded with 2s. O61. costs.-Jolhn Cnttfn v. Moses Keogh. WVages, £,2. Com plainant's. mother statel that the defendant hlad engaged her son at the rate of 4. Iper week to deliver papers in the morning. De fentdant denied that he had engaged him,..but stated tlhat he hadl taken the boy on trial, so as to be-able to recomamend.hlim to the agent fbr whom hie worked to take...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, MAY 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 11 May 1867

PRATIIRAN COURT. .MONDAY, MIAY 6. Before. Messrs. W. Templeton, P.I., J. B. Crews, and G. Young, J.P.'s. S llINOIt OFFEICES. James Mchhael, a c,,,ter, was charged by George Basun with insulting behaviour. T'he case arose by tile prosecutor expostu lating with the defendant on the manner in which lie was turning a cartl loideud with long timber, the ends ol which swept the path to the endangerment of several chiblren, when Miichael told him to " mindl his own bousinese,.and to go to - ." IHIe was fined 10s.; ?witl- costs.-William Hocking was charged by thle borough inslpector nnuer clause 81 of thaLPiblic iellith Statute, with allow ing a watercloset to overflow. Mr. Ilhocking said the premises were not in his occupation, and .thed evil had been renmedied. Under these circumstances tihe case was withdrawn, the defendant paying the costd.-John Anderson was cliarged wvitl being drunk and disorderly. * For the first offencel he. was fihed 5s., andl for the latter a similar amount. '' F....

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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POLITENESS EXTRAORDINARY! [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 11 May 1867

POLITENESS EXTRAORDINARY! Vsrious circumstances betray rersons into uttering the most ridiculous absurdities. Sudcen surprise, absence of'mind, insincerity, Lgross flattery, or ignorance, save lId to some very singular expreeionslf pblifeness, sole of whichlhave been placei on record. A certain great man, addressing the IIouse of L-ords, said, "It is my most paintul duty to inform your lorldshlips that it hans pleaset tlheAlmighlty to release the Isnisg .fou his Slff?erings.". Equivalent, oflcourse, to his sayirng tliat hlie was sorry the king's siufferings wser over. A maid of honour in France, heing asked the hoor by hIer royal mistress obsequiously replied, " What your majesty pleases;"'-a- n snswer even less dlefinite thlin that ;of the colwboy, who, looking up at the town clock lsid,I " It vwas only half-an-inch oast eight." During a certain action an officer was bowing, and befobre lie recovered his erect Iosture a cannon-ball inpassed over his heaid, and ideanpitatedl a solhl...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OAKLEIGH AND MULGRAVE BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 11 May 1867

OAKLEIGH: AEND ?iULGRAYE S BOARD. The board held its usual monthly meet ing on Thursday last, when 1~issrs. E. May (chairman), Matthieu, Duff, M[iller, Irwin, WVolstonholhno, :nd Cunnington, wror pre sent. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and conllirmed. Amongst the correspondence was a letter from the Olice of Lauds and Surv?ey, stating that no com poensation would be given to the Mlan:agors of Commonages for land required to be taken, which is fenced in. Receiv?ed.--Froni the Nunnawading District Board, stating that they objected to expend any money on the cast end of the Boundary-road, but ax pressin-g their willingness to moot the board with a moiety of £50 to be spent il the maintenance and extension of the moelleod portion of the road, near the Damupior Creok-bridge. Tho clerk wits directed to reply that this 'board having taken the initi tive they would spend their nmoioty on such plar)t of the road they thoughtbbest, leaving to them the opltion of spending their...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE YAN YEAN WATERWORKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 11 May 1867

._TRIE.YAN.YEAN. WATERWORKS. The-future ownership of tile Yan Yean Waterworksis a question. ofl.deep,interest to all who aredepend!ent upon them for their daily, supply of that necessary element-. water. ,Origina!ly-construoted for the City of. Mellourne and it immitediately contiguous susbUris, the' advantages of exteriding it to their resplective localities:were soon evident to the further oautlying suburbs; and their re quests to this end were one by one granted. So long as there w;as.no.unusual demn:n I on tile meanis ofsupply, this extended call was met; but no soon!ler did a day or twvo of real ssmmer weather visit us, than it was dis cbvidred tltt just when water was most needed was the exact time'when least-in too many instaices nonen at all-was to be had.- This. of. course led. to a great deal of gsumhling, whichl was natural; .but what did not always follow 'on grumbling, it had thle good effect of causing a remedy to be applied; and there is now every prospect that by the...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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"HONOURABLE" LEGISLATORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 11 May 1867

" .IIONOURABLE" LEGISLATOPRS. ',For Brutus is as hnonoiunarble han; So are rthey all, aill honouranhle mien." AIAnRK ArNTONy. Last week our theme was inelficicnt legis laertih'tixvieek itis '8h6iograblo" legis? laors.i ke Mfr. Saunds. ve use the adjective. with a tinge of irony-for certain it is tlhat some hen. members seem possessed with a determination to prove how little honourabloe they can he. The political profligacy of S?nds, and the vulgar qnarrelling of M'Lellan and Smith, have gone far to slhov that there imust exist a .different understanding of the meaning of the word "honour" inside and outside of the Leginlativoe Asseimbly. Refer iring to the qu.'rrel first. Well might the lHuse foeel ashamhed of it;and refuse to let the public witness how they are incapable of behaving themselves liko an assemblage of gentlemen. We do not deny that there srie strictly honourablo men in the HIouse, burt we 'cannot help believing they are in a small minority--for such a rnnk growth of p...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NATIONAL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 11 May 1867

::NATIONAL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. : The half-yearly moee'ing of tie sl areholders SIn tile National Blnk was held at tile Boaid-. .'.obdil, :Codllins-r-treet, at' noon on Tuesday. Sir Francis Murphy, iresident of thie boari, in tile chai. lhe.balance-sheet was as ' follows: - - o Theet proflts for tlhehall yearcafter ' allowing for rebate on blls, interestI r-paid od naccred on dooSsits, iud rollaing provisios fr bad and doubt - fat debts, amountto ...£3, 977 14 6 Recovered since last statement from bad ad doubtful debts ... ... I 70 15 10 £10,018S10 4 And they recommisd that this sum should be appro priated as follbows: To dividend at the rate of ten per eont;:per annum .. ... ...£27,000 0 0 To bonus at.the rate of two and a half per cent. per annum .... ... 6,750 0 0 To reserve fund (to £140,000) ... 5,000 0 0 To balance carried forward ... ... 1,208 10 .4 £40,048 10 4 BSANJE-SH?oT nOR THE IHA.-YedAR :DINO 31ST ?Macn, 1867 : Dr. To capital paid up ... ... £540,000 0 0 To notes in ci...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THE EUROPEAN MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 11 May 1867

THliE EUROPEA.N MAIL . We were.agreeably startled on Thursday aftirrnonn by the hoisting of the usual signals announcing the arrival of the branch mail steamer at Adelaide. To get our old-world lews two days before contract time is some thing so unusual, that we may be pardoned f at first our mind doubted ivhether.to credit or eyes with not having deceived us. Later n the aternoon, however, all doubting was :et at rest by the publication or the Arqus c/h narllinaiuy. The news brought by the Geelong is of a rather more exciting nature than we have received of late, Like the sensational serial novels, .however, it letives offjust at a poinlt where our interest is raised to tile highest pitch to know whatwill transpile next. Ac cording to what we can gather firom the tele grams, the King of Holland has sold Loxem bourg to the Emperor of the French for the sium ofone hundred million of francs. This bargain Prussia objects to, and as tile fortress is garrisoned by her soldiers, and she h...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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FRIDAY, MAY 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 11 May 1867

F?UDAY, MAY 10. Before Messrs. T'. IBaillie, and W. ,Pat torson, J.P.s. " INOR OFFENCE. E. White, J. Longe, John Cahill, anl W. Tobin were each fined 2s. Gd. for plying for hire off tile proper stands. Af.tel one or two small debts were disposed of the coui? rose.

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 — 11 May 1867

Dress andl E:shion EW GOODS Now opening Ex " Yorkshlire," snd p over Castle," At C SO'J S OOT and SHOE WAREHOUSE 89 COLLINS STREET EASI, A large and first-elass collection of Lolics,' Gen tlontie, and Chiidren's Doyble Suled WINTER BOOTS & SHOES In Morocco, .Kid, and Leviant, Comprising all the newest designs for the Season. s3' Ladies Ilcssian Ond n Riding Boots. UTUN AND WINTER C HING. AIJTIJN AND WINiE'R CLOTIFIIG. COOKSON & DROWN, Succeassrs to G. & J. ESPIE, TAILORS, OUTFITTERS, and SHItyITIAKERS. 4.1 lBolrlke-street east, .Melbornenn Established lp1i3, IHanve much pleslspre in intimating to their frignds and thie public in general, that their stock this season is replete with thie nwest .nd bestd designs in every article conoeeted \with GINTLEMEN'~ S ]I)ESS, specially selected by tliheir homs buyer, comnpriasing all tho novelties inn CoArGacs. VEcTING8. Ribbs French Elinstics Plush Mleltoans Thibet Venetians lShawl Cheviots Ieat Sealskin TnousEsaNos. Oy...

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MEMORANDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 11 May 1867

MEMORANDA* The anniversary of the Sabbath School in.con nexion with the United Methodist Free Church, Windsor, will be hold to-morrow and on Mbnday, On the former day sermonswill! be preached morn ing, aftornoon, and evening, by' the Ravs. J. Walker, G. 3Maoioe, and A. Gosman; 'ari on the latter a tea meeting will bo held, after which addresses will be delivered by various ministers ahd friends. Mr. Uro, the precentor of the South Yarra Presby; terian Chrblicli; annoutnes a conicert in the Prahran Town-hall n`ext Friday ocayin , to provide a table and other furnishings for the choir of that church. Mr. Tro will be assisted by Me srs. W. Henderson, J. Broadloy, and 'other gentlemen. Miss Slatford, will preside at the piano; andi the Rev. :George Maceie will elucidate the subjdet of'several of the songs by a few brief introductory remarks, On Thursday evening the fourth concert under, the manngement of the Apollo Glee Club wias given in tle Town Hall, Priihrtan, when there was a large...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, MAY 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 11 May 1867

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. ':':ST. IlLDA COURT. ' UESDAY,I MAY ,7. Before Mesars."'T. Ul3illie, and Jalnes Wilson, J.P.'s. GROSS CRUELTY 1TO A HORtSE. A man named F. H. Bradshlaw was chanrged witlh cnuelty to his horse. Consiable 1,Mg'uire siid wlhen Ihe n;lprehended the mau lhe was driviing the horse in a vegetable cart, and thle po00' beast was in such a shocking state of sires a:id starvation thatf it couldt hardly -teind. 'T'he bench inspected the animnal, and sttw that its knees ivere destitute of flesh rid its bones iprotrulingthlrouglh its skin. 'They said it was one of the grossest cases that hld come before them, and toldl the pris noet that if he'was destitute of tie common fi?elings of humanity it was no reason that those of: the ptblic shoiuld bie outraged. Hio was fited 4Os,1or 14 days' imprisonment. I AUSvIVE LANGUAGE. Joseph .lvnlydman was .charged with makng use of "istuhlting language towvlads Dr. Van Hemert. ' lle offence took plac las, Friday, immediately aliter the ris...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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PRAHRAN MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 11 May 1867

PRAI RAN MECIANICS' INS'ITU' In dur Inst isslur; iv~int of spnce rcven ? our ,-ivin moro than a short snuintniry of proceedings at thel nnual general ineeti"g of the Prolran Melchnics' Institute. now supply the tdlliciency by the inertion r an mre complete account, nnd the report,, fill. 1 , The chair having been taicen by tiae 'rc?'t, dent of the Institute (Mr. Lacyr), Mr. A. rhomprion disputed tlhe legality of Ioldliq relerred to it woull bo ascertaineld that i neettig of inen;ers could be held before 1, itli day of May, because all books were to oturned by the members by that date or 'Oth of April. IIe thereobre hanilded ir protest -gainst the proceedings. lMr. liehnoth Haill supported air. !Thaon son's visw of the matter. Mr. IHutchings andl othrs called upon I meeting to go on nith thie business, and l tako nb notice whatever of objections absurdly stupid. Thompsbn's " protest." The affairs of l institute nppeared to have gone on most pr [erously, and were certainly now in a be...

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