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PITH OF PARLIAMENT. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 11 May 1867

PT..H.M. I.- OF P ,RLIAM ENT. TCESDOAY, In the Loegislative Counlcil a committee of, five o' ois d?ppointed cbnfer.'witli. a siiilar number of .nembmers bf tT. ' 1 egisltiv9 Assembly, ip respect to tIle questions it isstie bltween tihe tono bodies onri the lPublic Health Bill., Te h on. n~r. Mitcliell 'movc!d "'That thie pregress report of the select commuittee on the constitution of t11e Legislative Council be taken into considleration."' There was nio qpposition'to thol:adoition of the report, but . several lion. members expressed'lheir opinions as to the nmannndr in whichl tlhe!seheme of reform ought r to bLd effccted. ' Thie Iron. Mr. Canipbellland others suggested thaimt tihe Legislative Assembly should be conqulted in any plan of rbform; iridtle ihon. Mr Sildn erzespresdn 4nn opinion tlhat tihe Lower Husea elould be permnitted to seopd into the Council three or four gentlemen to represent the Asnsemlly, whllo lhald iiitierh?eld office ansMinisters of tle Crown or Socchpisedaso...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 11 May 1867

Gaidiner District Board. T ENDERS are invited for the following works, S. . viz.. . . " ". I. Forming n pitched channnel. Mlvern-road. 2. Pornwing a portion of Darling-rold. Drawiirgs anod Specifications may be seen nol forms of tender lhid at tioe Malvrn r Hotel, on and after T'huroday, May 9. Tenders on the- forms of the Board must be delivered at the Board loomn, Malver,. at .onr before 4 o'C'ck pi.m., on We?VldnuILday, thIe 15th dy of ]Many 106, dhlresned to "'The Chaniriman of t-he B1 urd'" rand eindorsed withl the title of tihe wbrk tendered for. . The luowest or any tender not, necessarily ac. cepted •... By order, SSMITIH ELLIS, Clerk to the Board. SGardiner, Mly 9, f87. - XW ANTED, 801 S'I'ONEBREAKERIIS, 50 Quhirrvmenu , andt 50 IHorses and Drays At tie woreko, lBddaginnio, Sydney Ropd. GEO. YOUNOGItleighn-stret, Prahran,' ' T.rO PIJNTERS.-TENIDERS .WANTID ,?<L, -for PAINTING Duke Tof York IHotel. Apply I)ukbo of York IIotel, IIighl-street, -rahmla. NOTICE OF INT...

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

BiBsiness irectory A. F. White, Chemist a d Druggist, (thei post oflice) Chapel-street, Prara: : sTO. ST EEEPERS, GSOCEoR, &C. J. Guiier, Wholesaleand Retail Grocar, Chapel, street, opposito Uuion.street, Prahral , MISCELLANEOUS, Samuel Levitt, Wathnimaker, Jeweller, Bliver smith, High--treet, St. Kilda. *. Ross,-Bookseller, Statioier, .&e., Chapel-street. Frahran, opposite Town-hall.l . . . J. Bomants, Funeral Undertaker, Chapel-street. prrahran,and Gardiier's Creek-road, South Yarra, James Firman, Bo'tmaker, Argyle-street, South Yarra, seeond house from the Commercial-road. Walker, News, Agent, Chapel-street, Prabran, All'papers delivered early ind punctually. - * 7 Banks. THE NATIONAL BANK OF AUS TRALASIA. PRAH'AN BRANC H. Chapel Street,. SFaid-up Capital ... £540,000 Seserve Fund... , . 140,000 TI following rates of INTEREST are allowed on money, deposited at this Branch, viz,: At 7 days' notice of withdrawal, 3 per cent. per ann. Fixed, I month 8 . 6 months and ...

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

TO CORR 'SPONDENTS. "Constant Reader."--We presumo you mean the P'enny Readings. in Prhran.n-if so, No; always on Tuesday evening.: "Scrutator" -We quite concur in your remarks, ?lt there a?e reisons why it is not ndlipanle atj present to publish your letter. We have ou?ar ey on tLie subiject, irnd sliall ?bt fail to ??I httontibn to it when w? can do so effectl~evel. SATURDAY, MAY 11, 1867.

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 — 11 May 1867

BI3ITIIS. FnRASETi.--On the 30th ult., at Punt-road, PIrah rnn, Mlrs. Charles Fraser of a eon. IIENNINGIIAM.-On tile 5th inst., at South Yurra,' Mrs. It. N. Hennilghalnm of a pon. LO( F1l.-On tie 6th insrt., at St, Mnary's Iarsonage, Cauhl a.ld, the wife of tile 1ev. J. Stanley Lua s of as ann.: LOWE--On the 7th inst., at Vine-street, Wind sor, tie wife of Mr. J. E. Loww, profeasor of slancing, of a sen. LA.II.-.-On tihe 8th ilnst., at Vascuele, S??uth Yarrs, hMrs. Frederick L:unb of a son. hACKIENZIE.--On the Oth l?st., at St. 1ilde, Lijnda Constance Cordell, th:irtd dulnhter of Jululls ]Emiily hIatkeezie; agedt three years. SPLUNKEI'L'.-- Oni the Gth inst.. at Oreott-h0uso, Elsterilwick, Mrs. Jallllnes 'lultket of a 8u11. I I MAItRIAGE. CIERUT'I-STIRLING.-Oni tile 4th inst., by speciaia licensce, at All Saints' Clurchl, East St. ..Kilda, hy the RIev. Mr. Gregory, Mr. J.Cerutty, ut.Ilelaso, to Elizabethl, second daughter of tile Jute .Mr. Julhn Stirling, Livnrpial, Hilsgland. DEATI...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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BREACH OF PRIVILEGE AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 11 May 1867

BREACH OF PRIVILEGE AGAIN. (Proot TnE AGE.) The proceedings of tile Assembly on T'ueosday evening were interruptted by ?n episode hot little cenlculated to rlevaet Ille dignritjry of the House or the reputation of some of its moinbers. It liad its crigin in a statement made in thie Parliamentary Ilibrary by tlhe hen. member for Ararat, who declared that the hon. member for South Bourke, Mr. G. P. Smith, had placed to his own private account in one of the banks, and had made use of it fbi' hris own private purposes,i a suen of money obtained fromn the Goveinment towards liquidating the expenses irncrredi by' the Wine, Beer, andl Spirits Statute Com mission. This statement coming to tihe knowledge of the. ion. member tfr :iVillir~ra and Hleytesbury, Mr. Bayles, who is a membe:'of the commission, hie felt it his duty to commnnicate whrat hre had hIeardlto Mir. G. P. Smith. 'This was done whilst tihe House was sitting, Mr. M'Lellan, when asked. by Mir. Smith for hris autlhoity for makin...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THE PRAHRAN MECHANICS' INSTITUTION. To the Editor of the Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 18 May 1867

THE PItAHRAN MIECHANICS' SINSTI'TUTION. To the Editor of the Telegraph. Sir,-It is not possible to believe that any reporter to your paper could have been pre sent at tile meeting of the members of the Mlecianics' Institute held on the 1st instant; for had be been.the " more complete account" ippenring in your issue of, the 11th could not have contained so many inaccuracies, omissions, and mis-statements; unless in deed it be accepted-which I cannot believe that you would have knowingly permitted thot your journal has been made, in dis., regard of truth and honesty, a mere vehicle for promulgating the views of an interested and not very scrupulous party. I will rather suppose that you.have been indebted to some one unconnected with your paper for the report, in which case it becomes less dificu~lt to account for its unfaithfulness. "As, however, I make sure that yotur first object is impartiality and truth, I do not hesitate to ask your insertion of this letter, in-whichl I will con...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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ST. KILDA COUNCIL. MONDAY, MAY 13. Present—Councillors Ford (chairman protem), Tullett, Bunny, Gardiner, Oldham, Peterson, Fowler, and Patterson. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 18 May 1867

ST. KILDA COUNCIL. MONDAY, MAY 13. Present-Councillors Foerd (chairman pro tem), Tullett, Bunny, Gardinor, Oldhaum, Peterson, Fowler, and Patterson. The minutes of tlhe last meeting weore read and confirmed. GORRESPONDENCE, , Letters were read From the Registrar-General, acknow ledging the receipt of the annual statistical returns of the St. Kilda Public Librasry for the year 1866. From the Assistant-Commissioner of Landls and Survey, stating in answer to a commuoi cation firom the council, that their application foir a portion of the grant-in-aid for fencing, &co., public parks and garden, would be re corded for consideration when the distribution of the vote for the present year takes place. From the Mayor of Melbourne (chairman of the Metrolpolitan Water Works Committee) reporting that the committee had been in conference with the Commissioner of Public Works, who intimated the special willingness of tile Government to enter into negotiations with the City and Suburban Co...

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 — 18 May 1867

ME MORAN PA. Tile P'rhran Town-holl wos again crowded to excess on Tnesdoy eveeing last to hber tile penny readligs, as may be judged fronm the faot thatsmore money was taken at the door thlan any previous night, nod thot obout 200 were turlied away. Mr. D?sight was loudly applauded in blis grotesque sonog "t Riddle cue dlinkode s.oo," ?.nq tbo Mlissea East down, from Collissg'wood, sang ver~y nicely a duet, "Sintled Motber," willt a pionolorte accompani. meet by Mndome Victorino P'ett. . The o~lshr solos, readings, nod songe,-wao also very creditobly given, ood altliough the heat was almoptihobeorable, the success of the readings were as oapparent sis ever. During the eyening..nMr. Martin gave a short history of the readings, prefatory to the delyery of a poetical addreso, w..iehl illustrteq more atlo good feelhig ilian t'thepootic ability of its author. The next reading will be presided pver by the Ion. Jaos. Service, and we understand that Mrs. Spooner will preside at the piano, ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, MAY 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 18 May 1867

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. "'PRAIIRA N COURT. MToNDAY, MAy 13. Before Messrs. W. Templeton, P.M.,, J, B. CQews, antd G. Young, J.P.s.' SMALL DEBTS. Stephen Bushbridge v.- Lovick. Goods, £6 13s. 4id. Amoun. awarded, withll s. costs.---Mark Wilson v. Thomas Leckenby. Goods, £3 15s. 7d. Verdit fbor the amolunt, with 2s. Od. costs. MIsNoR OFFENCES. Samuel Kerford was summoned to show cause why lhe shouldl not contribute towards the support of his child Eleanor, now in tihe Industrial school. The defendant Ihnas hlithesto been paying 5. per week, Ibut latterly an additional sum had been dumanded. The mother of the child, who appeared, ex pressed lier hlusband's willingness to pay when able. The bench ordered her to pay 10s. per week. IMrs. Kerlford then com plained to the bench of the rhanner in which her child was being treated, especially ep the manner in which her hair lad Ibeen chopped ibout. Mr. Templetop promised to hIol into it.

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THE DUST CART. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 18 May 1867

THE DUST CAlT... The borough council of Sandridge have adopted a small reform, which we bplieve was irst initiated at Emerald Iill, and which wo should like to see imittted in pther ,oroughs. They haveauthoriseq theirsurveyor "to engage uone of the corporgtiqn carts to go round the borbugh Fridpyand Saturday in each week until thrther notice, for the purpose of removing from dwellings all refuse that may be placed on thq footplths near or frontipg to such dwellings in boxes or bins or other such re ceptacles. The carter will be provided with a handbell, which lhe will ring to pqotify the inhabitants of his proximity. oe will no , Iunder any circumstances, be permitted to enter asy premises to clear away refuse." And having made this proylsion for tie sanitary improvementof the municipality, thly go on to say rhat "it is the intention ol tlhe council afteor this notice to prosecute with t~Ie tmonst rigour of the !aw all patties allowinfg sccumulations of noxious dirt'to remain Jn the...

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 — 18 May 1867

BY ORD ER OF TIIE T 2, ~07 T iD S. COMPULSORY SALE OF DRAPERY Metn's and Boys' Clothing, &o., IN I THE TRUST ESTATE PI? PETER CONLEN DRAPER, &c., Clnhpcl-stroet, Plrahran, Under Deed of Assignment bearing date Iny, 3, 1807. TrII WIIOLE OF "'Ii' VA1IJAEL1E STC Iu the above pstato oAmounting, as n.r Stock Lit, to Two Thousand Seven Hundred ann Sixtgy-five Pounds (£2,765) will be offeIed at a TREM1ENDOUS, SAQRIFICE F,?rn, tie Cost in oeder to eafect a PL 'lThe Trade, Healds of Fomilies, le., will ble liberally dealt with. THE SALE IS NOW ON Anld will continue until thi whole is disosed of, mt n 4tiw!; (CIat A li D Parties indebted to tile above Estate must pay their respective amonnts within tssenty-one days. Ten ?iors ,ill be received for Coulters, Fixtures, G!as Fit tings, sc.. after tile SoaI. t * Drinms'g the Sale lhoe Plenmises will be opened at 9 a.m., andl close at 7 ptnt., sharp,.

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 — 18 May 1867

Dress and YurLbhion .NEW GOODS' Y oaw opening En Yorishire,' and "I)'oer CastIe, At B300T and SH03 WAlXEH:OUtS 890 COLLINS SI'REe'r EAST, A large nnd first-class collection of Lodies,' Gen tlencn and Chlildren's Double Soled WI!NTER BOOTS & SHOES In Moroccoe, Kid, and Levult, omrnprising niU thie newcst desigas for the Season. ." Ladies Hessian and Riding nBoots. - COIte.ON t,_ aROWN. UTUIMlN AND WINTER CLOTI]N?. .COOISON d& BIOWN, Sncccessors to G. & J. ESPIE, 'AILORS, OUTFIT'TERS, and SIllRTMAiCtERS. 43 Eourke-strcet east, lelhnirnrcn'. Estalblished IR5t, IInaye mucl pleasure in inrtimatinr g to their friendsi andl thie ipublic in general. trhat .tisir stock thin "eason i0 replete witt tire nscsst Iod hI sist resignsr in every article connected writh GENTLEMIEN'S )IDREISS, specislly selecterd by their Ilomo biyer. poemprising all ithe novelties irn CoTrriNGs. Vs?rlsrs. Ribbs Frenchlr I,;hstics 'ilushs l3cltonrs TIribett Venetirns Sihawlrs ('lheviols hreal S...

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 — 18 May 1867

PITH 'OF PaRLIAMENT. TUEOISDAY. The Council only sat fur ten minute, and tlhe ose item of Iu~inles tlit was not routine was Ije presenting of the report, by tihe Iron. Mr. Murpliy, of the counnmittee appointed'to confer with a com mittee of the Legislative Asscmbly on all points at issue between the two Ieouis on the Public Health Laws Ameoldmoet Bill. iThe colrmittec reported that no mutual ulnderstanding had been arrived at; and tihe consideration of fhlle rcport was deferred until next day. In tile Assembly, Mr. Sands callod the attention of the IHouse to his case, and asked that tile charges preferred against him should be submitted to a select committee. Mr. Johes gave notice tha~ he wouJl move on tile following day that a select comnsittee be appointed. The same gentleoman then called .tSe ttention of the HIouse to the: acnusateions preferred against members of it by Mr. G. P. Smith. when aldressingl his constituents at HJawthorn, on Saturday; ndl' asked if the Chief Secretary...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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EMERALD HILL, SANDRIDGE, AND ST. KILDA BUILDING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 18 May 1867

EMERALD HILL, SANDRIDGE, AND ST. KILDA BUILDIIG SOCIETY. The second annual meeting of the above society took place at th.e Emerald Hill Mechanics' Institute on Monday evening last. A. Lyell, Esq., president of the society, occupied the chair. The second annual report vwas read, and ehowed that a steady and satisfiactory progress had been made by the society. Durilngli the past year 167.a shares had been sold at an average pre mium of £18 3s. 8d. per share, and the coin mittee were gratified that their efforts to sustuiu unaiorm rates of premium duiing the year had been attended with marked success. tbe confidence of thelshareholders had been shown in the moderate number of withdrawals during tihe year being 2h02 shares, leaving 2,038 shares held by 8337 shareholders. T'lie current expenses £510 15s. 7d. (as against £521 (is. '5d. in previous year) indicated careful management and weore nearly covered by the fines and fees which amounted to £8372 Os. Sd. The comnmittieo had been com ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, MAY 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 18 May 1867

ST. KILDA :COURT.-I TUESDAY, MVAY 14. I Before Messrs. WV. Ford ind M. Pattcerson. ASSAULTS. Ann M. Davies summoned her huisband, Frederick Davies fobr ill-using her, and threatening to take her life. Mr. Weller for the defence. Plaintiff stated that a qu:arrel ensued on Wednesday morning, the 8ti instant, through her husband ascertaiinigm that she had been in town, which she had previously deniedl. IHer object for going to town unbeknown to her husband was that she had made a mistake of 5s. 04. in the selliug of some market produce,thicle she desired to hide firom him. He beat her very violently, giving her a pair of black eyen, be sides knocking her down and kicking lor on theback. She nevoer gave him any ,provo cation for the assault. He hadl oftep i pre viously threatened to kill her and jrrump on her bones. She hnd been married eighlteen months, but had lived with him for several years past. Mr. Van Hemert proved, to the injuries received, which were most; likely caused as stat...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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ROAD BOARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 18 May 1867

RO4D BO RDS. GARDINER.--This boa held its usual fortnightly meeting on Wednesday, when IMessrs. 'I'. G. Henry (chairman), Barr; Woodmason, Alwvay, MIiddlcton, ard Stokes were present. The minutes of the last meet ing were read and confirmed. Amongst the correspondence was a letter fiom the Roads and Bridges Office, stating that a scheme for thle expenditure of the funds on the main roads should be annually fqrw4lrded to thlat department. Received.-From the,sampTe :( partment, approving of the liropos'ut "i diture of tihe fimds on the commonpi in the district. Rceived.- Aot~~ " from the same source was also8 r, " t.... , to the Main Road Construction account. As there appeared to be sonoe dicieulty in getting the auditors to pass the accounts, it wasdecided that the chairman should wait on tile Assistant Commissioner to explain matters.-A letter was read fram the Prahran Council, acknowledging the receipt o the board's letter in reference to the drain through the corner of a piece of...

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 — 18 May 1867

M . ARRIA ES. I In. . l3UCKLEY-- GA?IEL.-On the 6thlinst?, at All Snints Chulrch, Sandhllurst, by thh Revl W. It. (rcxtoh. Johll' Bnuckly; of Praliran, to lMary. only dnlughter of Mr. John Gabriel, of Sandhurst. DANIELT?-YOUNG.--On the 11th inst. at All •Sints Church, St. KIilda, by the Rev. J. I. Gregory, John Friderirk Darniiell' ellest son of the late J.A. Daniell, Esq., imerchant, Bristol, to Sarah. eldeset daughter of ,William Young, E?sq., Coleraine, Ireland. DEATH. TURNER.--On the 15tli' int., qt hais residence, Oakden; Alia-rond, St. Kilda, tfrdo thie ffecl of a recent naccident; James Turnor, Esq.. merclhanst, Mellbourne, aged forty-eiil t year. Friends will pleasd accept this intioqatio!. - SheTURD l 18, 87." SATUlRDA1T AAY 18, 18a7.

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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DEATH OF THE MAYOR OF ST. KILDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 18 May 1867

DEAT!I OF THE MBAYORZ OF ST. KILDA. I A feeling of gloom and sadness overspread th~l i:lhiiit:nts of St. Kilda on Wedlnesday last, a? :he moutinlifl fi!ct becamp ;npw.n the!' Derthi had romcped from their midst the c i;tlemn i Who, icrupied the honourable pasl tion if 'Ihvom' of the borough. The sorro" encii d !.; 1te mclancholy news w'' publiclyl evidnlicid in ir volunt-y c?c?sing of many ,ir' ish pias'fro!,,iness, as well as by sincere eerlni erl'e sio'' s of regret at the loss n, I *,:; b . t Ie i1orough and the frmily and fi'ivnds? of' th; ec,?ased gentlemnn. It will be re?riiected ti:hat :i tile last meeting of the St. sKil:ln ,',ro'i"h Council, Mr. Tulrner tendered his resignatiun ais Ma':or, owing to an aceci d.it. hIi i'ni met with, and whic incapaci .ited him fri?m fulfilling its duties. This r-gsrtiosn was not accepted, it being hoped -?a thie injaries he had received would be *:?intely curt, and that he would be then : to risumo tie duties of the office'he has, g thire rs...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 18 May 1867

Business Directory iltEuICAL. A. TF. White, Clictt and Druggiset, (the post mffie) Chaniel-street, Prabrani STOREKEEPERS4, :OROCERS, &C. S'-' J: Gummer, Wholesale and Retail Grocer, Chapel : street, opposito Uuionistcieet, Prahrn, SISiCELsL.ANEoUs. -: "Sanuel levitt, Watcimaker, Jeweller, .Slivor > smith, IIigh-street, St. Kilda.. Sioss, Bookseller, Stationer. &c., Chapel-atreet Prahran, opposite Town-hall . - . , J. Romanis, Funeral Undertaker, 'Chaipel-streot.l /Prlahran, and Gardiver's Creek-rdead, Soutlh Yarra, James Firman, Boatmaker, Argyle-straet, South Yairra, second house from thie Comnuercial-road. Walker, News Agent; Chinpcl-street, Prahran, All papers delivered early and puilctually. Baniks.' "TI?'H NATIONAIL ,BANK OF AUS?? S TRALASIA.' : PRAHRAN BRANCII. Chapel Street.: P;aoid upOCapital £... 54,000.. :.eserve rund. .... . 140,000 .The following rates of INTEREST are allowed oin money.deposited at this' lBrtinel, viz.: At 7 days' notice of withdrawal,...

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