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

BnQ1iJU3II OF PRAHRAN. * I3ENDE.R$ S are invited u.ptil 7 p.m. on Wednesday. "' ay 29id, 1c6'7, for Mkig ain'd eectintoll-arin illn Clhanpel-Ptreet. Particulars at strveyor's onfile, Town-hall. JO: HN CRAVEN, Town Clerk. onRQIv?I OF S'p. KILD4. |.ENDERS will be received until 7 o'clock p.m. I en Modonv. tlhe pIhl'inst.t for oi nt 3V'ehr'.trcct, from Inkelrnmnni to Cnrlisle streets Plnnting nnd niin:ainoio ng trees on the Upper Eeplanade Pllnting nol fencing from 1litzrcy-street hi the sl'atilP " n And for A bontense to tle library. I'las anld openifications to be seen at the Town hall. The lowest or iny tender not neressri'ty nreceptedll. I I JE. l1ltApS tnle orwn Clerk. St. Kildl'n, Mny I1I, 1867. TO PAIN'rEIS.--TE~NDERS will 1 in I coivedl'until Wed??esday next for PAINTING noutfsido of Duo 'ofYor Hotel, Highlstrebt., Pmhran. Apply on th PronmiSeS. I Z0OLOGICAL GARDENS, soL?T ca.c o, ±s m BOATANIGAL RESIARVE NORTH. ATHLoETIC and GYMNASTIC S..P6RTS1 MAY Q~tho QUEEN'S BIIRI'llDAY Un...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MUNICIPAL INTELLIGENCE. PRAHRAN COUNCIL. MONDAY, MAY 13. Present—The Mayor (E. L. Vail, Esq.,) Councillors Knipe, Crews, Young, Lacey, White, Ogg, Widdicombe, and Brown. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 18 May 1867

MUNICIPALINTELLIGENCE PRAHRAN COUNCIL. SMOtNDAY, MAY 10. .n •Present-Thle Maypr (E. L. Vail." sq.,) Councillbrs Knipe, Cr.ews, Young, Lacey, Wl'it: Ogg, Widdicombe, andBrown. minutes of the last meeting were read psl . 'med. COIREBPONDENCE. s were read . Jro . W. Groig, Clendon-ronad, To orali, ? ting that nearly, all tile inhibitnnts in the road agrered to tile memo forwarded by the pirahran Council in eferen.q to the con tributing by them of one-third of the east of improvements tliereogn. Jessrs. M. Greeve eied E. Klingender were at present out of tdwn, but lie guaranteed that the eitra tmoiunt of the controct over and above the sum voted won Itd be paid in the proportion of ore-third. CouncillOr Young myeed that tlhe letter be taken into consideration when the report on the subject be brought up by the Public Works Committee. Carried, S,From J. H. Clough, adverting to his letter of the 8th Marchl, relating ,to the drain iato 'llis property and the breaking down of his fence, and...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THURSDAY, MAY 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 18 May 1867

THUrvSDAY, MAY I1. I Before Messrs. G. Pilley jand Roert Patterson, J.P.'s. bIINOR OFFINCES. Two young lads, Robert and Imenry MIoorhend, were charged with breaking two Dpanes of glass in thle houses of Mr. Dalton. Mr. Weller appeared in support of the charge, and briefly stated tile facts of the ease, .vhich were that the windo:rs had evidently been broken by a cataipnlt, as a small stone picked up in the room had gone clean through one of them. A witness was calledl who stated that the defendants had told hlini that they intenled to break the windows÷ As there was no direct evidence to show?v hat they really broke the windows, the bench dis missed the ease, at the same time warnin" them that if they were was broug't, up and convicted of a similar offence they would he subjected to the severest penalty, viza, a fine of £20, or three months' imprisonment. -Margaret Cain was fined 10s. or seven days' imprisonment for being drunk and disorderly. She elected to taklce the alternative. ...

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 — 25 May 1867

p rea and Erusion NEW GOODS flow opening E ' " Y'skshire,' and " Dover Castle," At QA. .So Ir'S BOOT and SHOE WAREHOUSE 9D COLLINS STREET EAS'I, A large and flrst-c ass collection of Ladics,' Gen tlemeon and.Children's Double Soled ?WINTER BOOTS & SHOES In Morocco, Kid, and Leve mt; .Comprising all the newest designs for tle Season. E Ladies Iessiat n nd Itiding Boots AUT'UMN AND WINTER CLOTHING. COOKSON & BROWN, Successors to G, & J ESPIE, '-AILORS, OUTFITTERS, and S~hlTS l AKERS. * 43 pourke-street east, Melbourne. Established 1853, Haov much pleasure in intimating to their friends and the public in general, that their stock this ceason is replete .with the newest and heat designs in every article connected with G1NTLEMEN'S DIIESS, specially selected by their ioma buyer, comprising all the novelties in- CoATSa . VEOTINoG . Bibbs French Elastics 'lnsh Heitniss Thibet Venetlans Shawl C heviots Real Sealskin TnUSEniNvos. O" ncoE?OArs . Cheviots Beavers Bliss C...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ST. KILDA BOROUGH ELECTION. To the Editor of the Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 25 May 1867

THE ST. KILDA BOROUGH ELEC 'TION. To tMe Editor of the Telegraph. Sir,-A requisition going round tfir signn tures in the borough asoking Ar. LoMd to be come a candidate Itr mtnnicipal honours is all very well, but I certainly cannot understand a paraglaph appearing at the same time in one of our leading journals hinting to the burgesses there would not likely be any othe, candidate. Surely thisis rather prematttro, and savors very much of havidg things ctit and dried beforehand. I have some idea where the informatimi originated, and if it would enlighten theni darkness there is every probability of otl:er gentlemen being in the field, and insteld ott the ground being easily walked over it is likely to be warmly contested. Therefore under these considerations it behoves the burgesses to beIo caatious before signing requisitious to wait and see really who are the gentlemen likely to seek their support at the fbrthcoming elec tion. :.1 have no doubt they will endeavour to do their duty...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, MAY 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 25 May 1867

PRAHURAN COURT. MIONDAY, MAY 20. Before Messrs. W. Templeton, P.M., J. B3. Crews, G. Young, R. Patterson, and R. C. Walker, J.P.'s. MINOR OFFENCES, . Arthur Lee, a young man, was charged with being drunk and disorderly, and break ing several panes of glass, in the house of MIr. R. Fiddes. It appeared that on Sunday morning last, the plaintiff was disturbed from his sleep by a great noise and the smashing of windows, through which several large stones were thrown. On going outside he saw the ledeftnrdant in a drunken state. IHe had tformerly been a lodger of the plaintiffs tb- a long time. Constable Kelly'proved arresting the prisoner on the charge o drunkenness, and the bench fined him 5s., with 3s. damages, and 10s. costs.-James Bnker was charged.with plying for hire oil the proper stand. A constable.doposed that the defendant was calling bfor passengers in Avoca-street. The defendantdenied it, and called a man named fM'Leod to prove that he had had to call fbr him in that street, ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, MAY 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 25 May 1867

POL ICE INTELLIGENCE. S '. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, MAY S1. Before W4 Ford, M. Patterson, - Murphy, Eqs., and Dr..Vnn flemert. SMIALL DEBTS. George Paogey sunmmoned J. Liddle': for the balance of an account.snaid to be due Tar keeping defendant's garden in order, for Winch plaintiff was to be paid. £30 a year. The defence was that the contract had fiot been fulfilled. The bench awarded tlh'e amount claimed, with 2s, Gd. costs.--Bridget Crowe v. J. Rosenthall. Wages, 1Gs. Amount awarded, without costs. ILLEOGL DETENTION O1 PROPERTY. James Beagley charged a little boy, son of Theophilus Howell, with illegally detaining a stockwhip, valued at 10s. William Walter James, a boy in the employ of the plaintiff who is the town herdsman, said that on the 15th inst he was picking up cockles on the bench in company with the defendant, when the latter took the whip awvay with him and nerfterwrdsi refused to return it. Mar.y Edwmards gorroborated the evidence of the last witness,. The defendant stat...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ORIGINAL POETRY. WILLIAM JOHN WILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 25 May 1867

SORIGINAL POETRY. WILLIAMI JOHN WILLS. Burke hasritlhh King departed, Wills ii'the wilds alone Goes to his death stout-lieartedl, Though h!ipel!aJs long si.ce flown. Theblood.is moving slowly Through his enfeebled frames, Tihe dauntless heart beats lowly, And all is lost but fame. The clouds'are sadly floating Athwart the pale blue sky Perihaps the stars hie's noting, And upward longs to fly. He hears the gum leaves rustling, They sound a low death waill; He fancies 'tis a ringing Borne on? tle boding gale. A toll thalt gives him warning, Soleinn, and clear, aid sweet . Of a brighter day that's dawning, .When kindred souls slhall meet. And now lie seeks with longing The life that follows death, While angels round him thlroaging, Viewless receive his breath. Al 'twal s a noble dyin l, Far ill the forest glade;. The woods soasadly sighing, Casting a muourning shade. His was a dauntless bealing Sonrrow never bowed, Alh I for the pride of sharing * is lot, so sad, so proud. W. I. • ·c

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THURSDAY, MAY 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 25 May 1867

TITURSDAY, MAY 03. Before the Mayor (1E. L. Vail, Esq.), and G. Pilly, Esq. SMALL DEBT. Edward Minns v. Caroline Longley. W ork and labour, £2 Os. Od. Amount awarded, with 7s. Od. costs. On Monday. M.T. 'i P..Hill gave an in teresting lecture at the Melborno Mechanics' Institute' on ithe science of" brain printing," and was very well received. At the con clusion of his remarks on memory, hlie answered a number 'bf ~qhestions pl;oposed by the audience clepoly showing the excellence of his system for the purpose of rememberiing his torical dates. In explanation of a part of his theory, Mir. Hill wrote down a' number of words on a black botird requesting tihe audience to associate with them others of aII cognate charocter. The words were:-N oise, gave, parliament, famous, and at the irequest of a person in'thle.audience, Jones. Mr. lHill then asked gentlemen to name words to write opposite them. 'Opiposite' " noise," boys was written; opposite "gave,". hare, and amidst roars of lauIght...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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HER MAJESTY'S BIRTHDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 25 May 1867

IIER MAAJEST'"S BIRTHDAY. Yesterdahy was lthe alnniveisary of the biirthl of our revered Queeln.' In this fur-off Jelpen dency it was, as usual right loyally observed. The auy was kept as a general holiday, and hi-ivfather being what is poplularly known at home as "Queen's;" her Majesty's lieges largely avuiled thbmsilves of the opportunity to testify their loyalty and at the same time recruit their health. 'lThe various modes of celebrating thie day werie of the stereot5'pedl kind; but they -wlere Aipparently enjoyed none the less heartily becautse the broom ofnovelty is rubbed off thlem T.here was the review of the, volunteers at Emernld lill, rendered unusually attracti'e by the troops in gnrrison taking part in it; thfsre was the Governor's levee, heldi in 'thd new Exhibition Building; there were Athletic Sports in the old Zolo- I gical Gardens; and there ivere the usual excursions by roads ri\ver, ant rail. In the evening, the opera, the theatres,;and the other varied amusement...

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 — 25 May 1867

MEMORAN DA. The election of.a member to serve in'tlhe borough coiuncil in the room of the late James Turner, Esq.V will take place . on Tluirsdaoy, tI .ah prox. Itt tecding candidastes.must.bo nomnainted, in accorc, ance with tho Act, not later than Tuesday next. S. P. Lord, Esq., merchant, has, in compliance witl a numerous and influentially signed requisitlon which appears in our advertising columns, ollowet hlisself'td be put in nomination. He is at presec tlhe oliy candidate about whose standing thlere any certainty. Rumour, however, hais been ousS with other names, and it will be seen from a lettej in anolthe column that Mr. Lord will not be allowve to walk over." Who is to be brought forward t oppose him we do not positively kniow; but we have heard the names of Mr. Croucah, architect, and Mir. Levitt, watchmaker, both mentiqned. We understand that the Rev. William Moss, who has been absent from his church for the last three Sabbaths, will resume his ministrations to-morrow ,b...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PAID AND UNPAID JUSTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 25 May 1867

PAID AND UNPPAID JUSTICES. Often has:the question been discussed, but never satisfactorily settled, whether justice would not be better administered in our Courts of Petty Sessions by the appointment of stipendiary justices than by honorary magis trates. Each side has its partisans, and each has much to advance in advocacy of its vieiv of the matter. This conflict of opinion has resulted in our present hybrid system, in which the official and the honorary mngiso trate are so mixed up, and their decisions are so often contradictory, that plain people get strangely bewvildered. We scaicely feel competent to pronounce strongly upon the ments of the rival systems, but we can have no hesitation in condemning the present arrangemement, which is neither "fish, nor flesh, nor good red herring." If police maoistrates are reouisite at all-if they are useful and not merely ornamental appendages of the blind goddess-we have too few of them; if, on the other' hand, they are un necessary, and the...

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 MARKET. WEDNESDAY, MAY 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 25 May 1867

1 ·:' s'rT. IL?LD A MAREIT T',. ' WaTisDATD~ MAT;Y 22. .he market this morning was well attended by both producers and consumers, when the very-. :ufavourable ;state of the' werither is taken into consideration., Tl'here was a fair amount of produce,, aridjsatisfai~ tor prices were realised. Six jdiuied is ilist of prices: V"nGETaLEs. Greeri osioib's, 6ddoZ..biienlos's. Dry onions; 3s. 6d to 4s pse eroct. Potatods5 4s !8'd to4'?d d?., Carrots,- Bdito60ddoz. bunches. Cclcry1 2s 6d to,5s do.. bunches.. ?,': WaiercrEss, 9d doz. Loettuces. 6Ed- per doz. Dry herbs, 8d:doz; bunches;: : Turnips, 4d to 6d do. Flowering plants, Gd to 4s Gd . Tlomqtos, ½d.to ld per lb.' Kidney beans, Itd do. Peas,\2d per lb parsnips 6dper dzd. bunec?he t:hubarb,,l 6d pei doz bunches. :':: isouquoets,:2s to G do.' Itadishes, 4d do. Parsley, 1 do. SVegetable marrows, lo to 2s per'doi. : "' SCabbiges, 1s:to 2s doi . . :.: ::. CuOicumbers, 6d to ls 6d do. . . ;;:: . 'Cauliflowers', s do." : Grapcs, 3d to?4d per l...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE EDUCATION QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 25 May 1867

THE EDUCATION. QUESTION. : We are threatened, with a discussion of a very unvelcome nature. The jntrcoduction into the Assembly of the Attorney-General's new Education Bill has started afresh the old sectarian animosities between.the Roman Catholics and Piotestauts, and where it will end God only knows. Of this we many be certain, that its fiuits will be haitred,, malice, acerbity, uncharitableness between man and man-if not worse. This is to be r'gretted, if unavoidable-ifavoidable, to be istrongly censured. Whether themeasure if passed as introduced would have the injurioijs effect upon the Roman Catholic body the speakers at the large and enthusiastic meeting held Sn Monday evening in St. Patrick's Cathedral said it would may perhaps be doubted. A percentage must always b3 allowed fobr the hyperbole necessary to the success of ;indigna tion speeches. But after every reasonable de duction has been made on this head,: we fear there is a pretty large residuum df honest objectionleft...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PITH OF PARLIAMENT. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 25 May 1867

:PITH OF PARLIAMENT. TUESDAY. In the Legislative Council, the. hon. Capt. ole moved the accond reading of tile Customs Duties Bill. The lion. lr. Fellows (lid not wish tile Huse to depart on the present occasion froui the coldi tions tile commiittce had arrived at, but eo thought some remark should be made to the effect thattlhe House adhered to the proposal to ainend consequent upon the peculiar circumstances of the case, anod not on tile ground that they considered it a proper course to pursue. Tle bill was then reed a second time, and considered in committee, when the House struck out the 9th, 13th and 15th clauses. The bill was reported to the House with their amend. ments, and the report of the committee was adopted, and the third reading of tie bill was fixed for next day. The lion. Mr. Sladen's motion relating to !'bills incidentally involving imposts, &c.," was carried, and the House adjourned to Wednesday. In tie Assembly, petitions were presented :for and against t...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THE LIQUOR TRAFFIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 25 May 1867

THE I? ' TQUOn TRAFFI t. Th? i Royal' 'Commissioners" appoipted .to inquirie into' and report' upon the: operation of the Wines and-Spirits Sale Statute, have at length, after some months' delities'aiion, made known the result of .their investigations. Nevel, perhaps, has a Royal Commission so totally failed in suggesting any really 'rational improvement in the matter it has been called upop :to inquire into as thisone. Leaving sltogother the middle course, tlhe Coi'missioieirs rush hendlong into two extremnes.' On the one hand, they advocate a heasv?rliceeice fee, whichi with the accompani ment of a' certain number of rooms ofa certain size shonld eititle the proprietor to keep his Louse open for business nearly all:day and all night 'long-i:ce.'from 4 b'o'clock in the motning .until 19 o'pclock at nsight; on the other, hand, a licence fee of one half the imbint chhiargod 'in: :the formerl instance ~together with a rediced numbier of rooms entitling the holder.,of such libence to k...

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 — 25 May 1867

NOTI C E. W , the underosined, beg to announce that Mr. V- R. J. PALLG, of MIelbourne, .and Mr. W. H. PALING, of Sydney, 'are our SOLE AGENTS for AUSTRALIA, ind allour Pianos are labelled AUCHER BROTI'HERS, Conjointly with PALING and COMPANY. Lo and J. AUCIHER FIRERIES. Paris, November 25, 1866. Auctionleers, Estate Agents, &c. BY ORDER OF THE TITJST PE E S_ COMPULSORY SALE OF DRAPERY .Men's and Boys' Clothing, &c., IN THE TRUST ESTATE OF PETEER CONLEN, DRAPER, &c., Cnlpel-street, Prahran, Under Deed of Assignment bearing date May, ',, 1867. TIHE WHOLE OF THE VALUABKL SEyMK In the above estate Amounting; as. o?r Stock List, to Two Thousand Seven Hundred and Sixty-five Pounds (£2,765) will be offered at a TREMENDOUS SACIUFICE From the Cost in order to effect a The Trade, HIeads of Families, &c., wtilbba. liberally dealt with. THE SALE IS NOW ON And will continue until the whole is disposed of.. AlD. Parties indebted to the above Estate must pay their r...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THE DISPUTED REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 25 May 1867

ITIE DISPUTELET~i: Referriag to aur.report of the roacl, ,, at the iece t meeting ot members as t Prahran Me hlanics' Institute, and which was impeached ir a lettet published in our lost issue by sIr. MIelmoih Hall, we ,have seen the gentleman fiom whom we obtained the report, and he assures us that it issa correct, tholigli of course a condensed, account of vwhat took place. I He has also forsaiarded to us the following letter :? Sir,-MNy rseply to Mr. Melmotl Hall shal' be,.owving to want of time and other causes, merely sufficient to set myself right with the public in the matter. Let me then inform your correspondent that I have fiequeatly reported for the pres, and hope to do so again; but would scorn to be guiilty:of the unworthy conduct he seeks to attributeo to me. The itpoirt is a thoroughly truthful one, and can be confidently relied upsn as oorrect, i, respective of all party considerations what ever, tie mis-statements and misrepre. sentations of lr. Hall to the contrary...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 25 May 1867

Gedtions. BO"10UGII OF ST. KILDA. SEXTR'I'AORDINARY IELECTION. ?OTICIE" is herelby given, that an ELEC 'HTON of one COUNKCILLOR fbr rins borough, to fill an extrnordinary vacancy caused by the death .of the Ihte ,ayor, Councillor James Turner, will thke placeon I'hursdty, tlhe 6 II daly ot June next, commencing at 8 o'clock n.m. andol closing at 4 o'clock p.m. Casli dates must obe nominnred not less tlhann one :day nori more than seven days Irom the dote oft his notice, bv delivering to me, at the Town-hlll, St. Kildo, n nomination piaper in the form Schedule J to the o:lid Act, signed byn hot less rhon 10 persons duly quillified to vote at such election, anid also signedl by the person nati'ed thlerein as a candlidate, in token of his Ossent to being so named; ndi at the time of the delivery of such nomination ipaper n deposit of £5 must be made, pursuant to the said Act. Dated at the lown-lall, St. Kilda, this S21st day of May, 1867. (Signedl) WILLIAMI FORD, Acting Mayor, Returnin...

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 — 25 May 1867

* Bu eas' Directory.. SOOOCAL., A. Whlte, Ch mist and Druegist, (the post ofce Chapel atre Prahran B TOREK EPERS, OnROCERS; C. J. ummer, Whoesaleaid Retail Grocer, Chapel streetc opposite Uun-street, Prahran, jmisCEL??ANEoUs . Situal Levitt, Watchmaker, Jeweller,' Sliver mith High-street St. Kilda. s, Bookedller Stationer, &c., Chapel-street ?'?h~an, oppositeI' own-hall• R]fomams, Fderal Undertaker, Chapel-street. n and Gardh:er's Creek-road, South Yarra, an.?c Firman, ".otmaker, Argyle-street, Soutl rrr, secon..d house from thile Commrcial-road. SWalker, News 'Agent, .Chapel-street, Prahran, All papers delivered early and punctually. " -Banks. THE NATI NAL BANK OF AUS :,: TRALASIA. - PRAHRAN BRANCH. Chsapel Street.: Paid-np Capi!tal ... ... £540,000 Reserve Fun-... -.. ... 140,000t The following rates of INTEREST are allowed on money deposited at thisBranch, viz.- at 7days' notice ?E withdrawal, 3 per cent. per ann. ixedi~t mbnth' ,?,• ,, 8 ,,. , li mmonthe shd'oer,, ,, I '...

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