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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 25 May 1867

The Melbouirne Philharmonic Society con emplate giving a benefit concert to Mr. Armes Beaumont. The performance will take place at the Princess's Theatre, when ' Elijah" will be performed. We understand that the reports and awards of the jurors of the late Intercolonial Exhi bition are now all il the hands of the prilter, uand will very shortly be ready for publica tion. The secretaryS, Mr. Knight, has col liected a large smount of statistical information io be embodied in the records of the .Exhlibi tion which will altogether form a- large volume. It ought to be remembered by those in telested that a large number of rents under the 4end clause of the Land Act, will fill due on the 4th of next month, nnd as these moneys must be paid fourteen days before that date, licensees have very little time left them to comply with the regulations, Site f lg 25, 1i. SA1TURDAY 11A1 25, 1867.

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

BIRTUHS, . GREIG.-On the 17th inst,, at Orrong, Taorak, M-rs. William John Greig of a son. QUINLAN.-On thie 13th inst., at tihe Esplanade, St. Kilda, Mrs. Qainlan of a daughter. I3AIRD.-On the 20th inst., at South Yarra, Mrs. .I. H. Baird of a son. ]IERRETT.-On the 18th inst., at South Yarra: Mrs. Thomas H. tlerrctt of a daughter, DEATIHS. RAISAY.- On the 18th inst., at Echucn, John ltRamsay, Esq., MI.LA., aged 56 years. VALKERI.-On the 17th inst., at Tranmere-cot toge, Chambers-stseet, South Yarra, Edward Archilbald, son of the late Rdward Wall?er, aged I four lonothe.

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 1 June 1867

GENERAL NEWS. A deputation fodm tile Victorian Alliince fgr tile better riegulation of the hlquor traffic, sOw the Attorney-General on Monday, and sbtibmitted the fllow'ing alteritions in the existing law, which they conceived shouhl-be embodied in the proposed amendment of'rthe Wine, Bher, and Spirits Statute:-" T'hat the Alliance cordially approves of the followv ing amendments of tihe Licensing Law re commended by thie royal commission, viz.: ''he ..is lowance of Sunday trading, night licenses, grocers' licenses, ale and eear licenses, s:nging and ldancing saloona in connexion with public houses. Giving the issuing of licenses to stipendiary magistrites, and the zight of inspection at all times to the police. That the Alliance recommends the following amendments on the proposal of the royal commission, viz.:-One uniform license in every city, town, or borough. The ainont of license fee being £100, and to be granted only to hotels containing ten rooms at least. The hoiurs of sale ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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GARDINER DISTRICT BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 1 June 1867

GARDINER DISTRICT BOARD. This board held its usual fortnightly meeting on Wednesdlay, wlhen IMessrs. R. G. Henry (chairman), Alway, Stokes, and :Wood mason, were present. T'lhe minutes of the previous nmeetin~ having bsen read and con firmed, the clerk was instructed to write to thile Prabran Council, stating that tenders would be called for the cutting of a drain across the property at the junction of IHigh street and the Boundary-road, and in the event of the council not agreeing to thework the same not to be accepted -The Chairman s'a'eid that the board's liabilities amointed to £250 Os. 5d. over and above the amount at present in the bank; but as sevelnal of their liniabilities would not have to be met direotlyi there would be no necessity at present of obtainink an overdraft at the bank. A letter was read from E. Chlinibers, asking the board to extend tihe time to fulfil his cointRact for the supply of blue metal. The Chairman reported that after the board at its last meet ing ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, MAY 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 1 June 1867

ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, MIAY 98. Before Messrs. W. Ford, (mayor),,and Mr. Patterson, J.P.'s. MINtOI OFPENCES. Thmas Fealey v. Jamtes West. Abusive language. From the evidence it would ap p)er that the plaintiff having missed a tin dipper accused the defendant of stealing it, wvhich lIe denied. Subsequentl hie discovered thle said dipper in his tank, andl on informing .the defendient of the tfcr, Ire swore at him in a feightfll manner. The defendant, admitted thlat he was much exasperated by being nc cused of robbery, antd iighlt have made use of a little strong langungo. lThe bench dis missed the case.-J. Brookhouse wvas charged by Edward Bennett wilthl stealing some pilanks fromr a house in Grey-street Prose cutor states lie had sublet a contract for plastering a house in Grey-strcer, and at the end of the job the piisoner lhad taken away several planks, notwitlstarnding he bhad pre .viously cautioned him not to do so. He swore that the whole of the boards tacken by the prisoner ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THURSDAY, MAY 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 1 June 1867

THIIUSDAY, MAy 80. Before tile Mayor (E. L. Vail, Esq.), and G. Pilley, Esq. MINOR OFFENICES. ! A man named Henry Jenkins was charged with having no visible means of support. It ilappeared that he had been foundt by a con stable sleeping in the Domain-road. He was stenrtnced to ihree months' imprisonment. Bridget Hloward, a picture of squalid wretchedness, was charged with being drunk nsd disorderly. She admitted the charge of being drumk, and pleanded to be discha.rged, on the ground that she had five small cSil dren depender.t on hier She was discharged with a cantion.--Walter Whlettan was sum moned for wilfully trespassing on the property ot >~I. Jbhti Ferris in the Dlandlenqng-road. 'lhe plaintiff stated thiat he had given the de fendant notice to qui't, and tmhat he refuised to dto so. lThe bench made an order for imme diate ejectment.--.lobert: Hamilton was cltargtid by T'rhomas Griffin with illegally im poundtling several cows, but as it was admnitted thalt the cows were i...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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SUPREME COURT. MONDAY AND TUESDAY, MAY 27 AND 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 1 June 1867

SUPREM1E COURT. MoNDAY AND TUESDAY, MAY 97 AND 28. (Before His Honour Mr. Justice Barryi and a Special Jury of Four.) SADDLER V. VAN HErEIrT. An action by Harriet Saddler, cook, against F. T. Van Hemert, surgeon, to recover tlamages for a trespass; anti for mriliciously and wrongfully, anti without reasonable or probable cause, swearing an information pro coring firom a justice of the peace a search warrant, and under that warrant searching the plaintiffs ludgings for blankets, on sats picio' that she had stolen tliein from defen dant's house. MIr. Dawson and MIr. Robertson for the planintiff; Mr. Ireland, Q.C., and Mr. Fellows for thire defendant. The plaintiff was in thie service of the de fendant as cook and laundress for about a forr night, at the end of 1866, when she quitted thei defendant's service, because of a sprain. On thie same day sithe left some blankets andt a sheet were missed from her.bedroom. The defendant was informed by his wife tlhat she Irhad seen thie blankets...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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FRIDAY, MAY 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 1 June 1867

FRtI-AY, MAY 31. Before the Mayor (W. Ford, I Esq.), J. Wilson, and M. Patterson, Esqs. MINOR OFFENCE. John lrookhouse was olhargedl with ille gillly detainin~. property valued at £3 10s., belonging.to Edward Iennetto. Mr. Sieve wright lor plaintiff, and Mr. Weller for defendant. The defendant had been brought before the bench'.ochargcd with steeling some planking belonging to tihe complainant, from whom he hiad taken a contract, but was dis charged. The plaintiff was now non-suited, as the property, which had been in the hands of the police, had not since been legally demanded firom defendant, and there was no proof that it was ill Ios possession at tlle time specifiedon the summons. SMALL DEBTS. Eliza Annand v. F.- B. Vowell. B3oard and lodging, £4 10s. Dismissed- the summons not hanving been properly serived. - Borough Council v. Wm. Hall. Ihates, £29. No appearance for defendant. Amount awarded, with 5s. costs. An order for im mediate payment was granted, as defendant was about ...

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THE ST. KILDA EXTRAORDINARY ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 1 June 1867

TIE ST. KILDA XT'ro OA.nOI nY ELECTION 'Tuesday was the..last da for receiving nominations for the vacncy n tile St. Kildn torough couricil caused bIy th lamented death of James Turner, Esq. 'There were only two candidates proposed-Su~muel P. Lord, merchant, Carlisle-street west, and Samuel I. Levitt, watchmaker, Higlh-street. It was thought at one tima thant Mr. Lord would have had a walk over, bhut Mr. Levitt's friends, unfrightened ly thie long array of fiames appended to the requisition asking Mr. Lord to stand, determined to give him battle-which is certainly creditable to their nluck. Thie only ridical difference we have heard of in ltheir municipal creeds is as to the Tow-ltall question, MIr. Lord being in favour of the statte quo, nd Mr. Levitt in fvtour of a netw hall being erectedin a more prominent locality. The friends of bhth cauidiildates are busily at work, and, though but one can win, each speinks sanguinely of success. 'Trihe polling will take place on ''Thunrsday n...

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ST. KILDA COUNCIL MONDAY, MAY 27. Present—Councillor Ford, (chairman), Oldham, Tullet, Bunny, Gardiner, Peterson, Fowler, and Patterson. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 1 June 1867

ST. KILDA COUNCIL MoKDAY, .VAY 27. Present--Csncillor Ford, (clihirmari), Old banm, Tullett, -Bunny, Gardiner, Petersoii, -<Fowler, and Patterson. The aininutes of the last meeting were read iad confirmed. Councillor Patterson proposed that the ad dress of condolence to Mrs. Tumner, widow of the late mayor, be adbpted. Several alter ations having been made, the address was adopted, and Councillor' Ford was requested. to sign the same on behsalf of the council. ELFCTION O5F AYOR. The council then propeeded to the election of a mayor by ballot, wvhen Coneicillor Ford was chosen, that gentleman having six votes and Councillor Tullett two. The newly elected .11ayor returned thanks for the honour conferred upon him. COQIRPtSPONDCNCE. Letters were read From the Departmentof Lands and Survey, directing attention to a'lproclamation in the Gorernmaent Gazette relative to the permanent reserve for recrestion pirposes of land in the Glen Eira-roid. From A. T. Snow, complaining that ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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PAY YOUR RATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 1 June 1867

PAY YOUR RlVTES. Rntepnyers qre reminded that if they 2o not pny up their arrears o1 rates by the 20(th instant their names will not be included in the electoral rolls for next year. Those, therefore, who vish to preserve their electoral and municipal franchises w l do well co heed this reminder.

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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MUNICIPAL INTELLIGENCE PRAHRAN COUNCIL. MONDAY, MAY 13. Present—The Mayor (E. L. Vail, Esq.,) Councillors Knipe, Crews, Young, Lacey, White, and Widdicombe. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 1 June 1867

rV1UNICIPALIN ,E LIGENOW PRAHRAN OUNCIL. MONDAY, ?IAY 13. Present-The Mayor (E. L. Vail, Esq',)4 CooncillorsKnipe, Cr. ws, Young, Lace?,. White, and W\iddicombe. The minutes of the last meeting were ' and confirmed. . ' , CORRESPO DENOE. Letters were read ~. From: Richard Snare, Darling-street, callingr the attention,.of tile council to the stencil arising from thk drainage at the rear of Messrs. Terry and iCo's brewery, which. Was .so intolerable as I:o greatly doteriorata the value of the property thereabouts. Councoillor Crews said it remained with the Publio Works Committee,, and thIe council to carry out the resommeridations contained in the report of the Health Committee. Coun cillor Lacey said there:was no money on the estimates for such purposes, but the planes and specificotions <were quite ready, and the work would be proceeded: with at once if the council voted the necessary fiands. Councilloe brews conistacrui t otert u ne mupon teter to forego saome of tjie o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 1 June 1867

Dresg t·nfl:t± 1~r f~ib 8110 l1 : · 'BOOT and SRO 39 COLLINS AS A large and first- ass 1d o Lee:bnof I'dir es,'Oed tlelnen anad Children's Doubl, Siled WINTER BOOTS & SHOES ,. In MIorocco, Kid, and Levuit, Compni rising all the newest designs for ItheC Season. . ' Ladies Hlessian alid Itiding Bots.t S& . ESPIE, TAILORS, OUTFITTERE, and SHItTMAKERS. 4' Bourke-street east, SMelbonurne. Established 1a53, Rave mtucls pleasure in intimating to their friends and thie public in general, that their stock this season is replete with the newest and best dsilgns in dvery article connected withl GENTLEIMEN'S DRESS, specially selected by their lhome buyer, comnpricing all the novelties in COATInss. VETINCo. Ribbs Frenchl E!bstics t'lushl Nleltons Thibet Venetians Shawl Cheviots Real Sealskin TnousEnrINas. OVEnCOATINns. Chevlcts Beavers Bliss Cords Witneys IIooper's Elastics Astrlakans Scotch Tweeds Irish Frieze Hiunting Cords • Waterproof Tweed. All Goods thloroughly Shrunk befor...

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MEMORANDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 1 June 1867

MEM ORAN DA. The penny rcadingg at the Prlahran Town Hill camo off withi great ecdat on Tuesday evening. Tile Rev. J. It. Gregory, incumbent of.All Sants, St. Kilds, took tihe chair. IHe ddlivered an intere?ting prefatcry address on the "1@iso and Progress of P'rahra,," and the odvnntngo the penny reading motvement has received froni having thle use of so noble a building. Madatme Victorine Pett presided at tihe piano. The .Fitzroy Mutsical Quartette sang a beautiful ntlltlem, consposed by Mllr. Summero, entitled '"Advance Austra.lia.'' The singing of Misses Eastdowns, Mortley, .and IIeckscher, was greatly admired; as also that of Measre. Buchan and Machen. MIr. MIartin,. rcead a beautiful piece of poetry entitled " Somebody's Darling." Messrs P'tterson. Lloyd, and Pierce, and Masters Martin and Mi'Dermott, also delivered each arending. Thie Carlton Quartette (prose) P'arty introduced a sweet piece called the "Attractive Young Lady," creot ing much amusement. I\r V. " . l. White mov...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, MAY 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 1 June 1867

-. POLICE INTELLIGENCE. PRAHRAN COURT, MONDAY, MAY 27 Before Messrs. G, Young, R. Patterson, and R. C. Wolker, J.P.'s. MINOR OFFENOCS. John Shasnon and John Perry were charged with leavine their hoises end cabs un peotectel in the public street, end fined the former Os., end the latter 2s. Gcl.-Pnul WvPilliams was ohurged with a similar offence; the prosecuting constable stated tlie he was in the South Yarra Club Hotel, Gardiner's Creek-road, for fully 20b minutes, while his cab was without any protection. Tlip defon dant denied it and was decirous of knowing how the codstable coulld .bo guilty of telling such a lie. He was fined Os. with costs.-- James Sommerville, gJames Burns, and Michael Hogan, were mulcted in small penalties for allowing their cows to wander in the puglic streets.' SMALt, DRETS. James Short v. ''. Night. Work and labour, 18s. Gd. The above amonet was nilegetl to be due for assistance rendered by the plaintiff in defendant's shop. Against this a set-off of a lik...

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 — 1 June 1867

BY ORDER OF TIIHE TRUTSTE E S_ COMPULSORY SALE OF D R AP E RY Mere's and Boys' Clothing, &c., IN THE TRUST ESTATE OF PETER CONLEN DRAPER, &ec., Chspel-street, Prahlran, Uader Deed of Assignment bearing date hany, ., 1867. THE WHIIOLE OF-THE ' VALJIABLE STG'EK In the above estato Amounting, as sex Stock List, to Two Thousand Seven Hundred and Six?y-fi~ Pounds (£2,765) will be offered at a TREMENDOUS SACRIFIJE Troma the Cost in order to effect t The Trade, HIeads of Families, Ac.,.ilt be liberally dealt with. THE SALE IS. NOW ON And will continuo untdl the wvhole is disleseod of. AIR D A?D 'Parties indebted to the above Estate must pay their respective amounts withis tvweity-one daysi. Tlenl.ers wi[t be receivecd for Couite s, FIixtdees, Gas Fit tiogs, sc.. anfer the Sale? IEf During the Sile the Pre eseswill b6 opened at0 a.ntm., and close at"? p,m sharp.

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A DANGEROUS PRACTICE. To the Editor of the Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 1 June 1867

A IDAGEROUS PRACTIEIL.. , To tIe Editor of t/e Telteraoph. Sir,-On passing along one of the main streets in So.uth Yrra thre other day, I observed a " reward of £10" offerrd for the conviction of certoin persons who had.been guilty of throwing road metal into the dwelling i house of one of our burgesses. Now, Sir, it appears to me, tlhat this vile practice on the part of our colonial youth fo. tile expi·es sion either of their spleen ow thleir mischief is of late becoming somewhlat too common. It was only the other day'that I noticed from your police report the case of tio youthihl adepts in this most disgraceful act, and it is only to be regretted thalmt the bench felt compelled .on thant occa sion to deal so leniently with thle case. Such a malicious development of crime amongst us calls for a severe and summary pinishment by way of examplel, and it is uearnestly to be desired that our police fbrce, small though it be, will rest not till they have accomplished .thle somewhat diffi...

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PITH OF PARLIAMENT. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 1 June 1867

PITH OF PARLIAMENT. TnESDAY, in the Council, tise IIon. Mr, Jenner hrouglt ua the question of itmsigratisn, moviog to tht effect that with the view of promotiog the geoeral iuieerta of the colony, immediale effect should be given to the provisions of the Imnmgration Act, No. 195. As regarded a stotemenot.mode, that the workingcilnaes would ohject to the proposition, on the grouod that it would have tise effect of lowering their wages, ihe contedeod that Mfr. Archer had ohown conclusively that wages were never higher than when itmmigeonis were arriving, tIe considered that for every £1 paid hy on immigrant as passage money the State should give himt olin siere of land. The lon. Mr. Fawkner secondeil the motion, the debate beiiig ultimately adjourned to Tuesday next. A petitioni from the Borough Couocil of P1ralirs, in favour of the Public Henlth uillas at present framed, was pre sent by tile hon, Mr. Musrphy. A message fro, the Legislative Assembly, in respect to the dis agreement of...

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CLOSE AT SIX. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 1 June 1867

CLOSE AT SIX. The following poeticul address in lieu of a speech was delivered at a meetinog of? the Emerald nill Early-closing Associatios last week by Mi'. John, Whitemns? M.L.. for that borxoca OfJR MOTTO-" CLOSE EARLY.'. L: Close early I Close early' Th T et h?as'gos.forth ?' From tlle,east to the west, from tlio south to the nortl,' - : In the midst of the city its echo rings out, ,," The suburbs awakenig continue lthe shout,' Aod 'tis wafted along to the towns far away, As thle watchword of progress-Our motto to-day. Close early I 'Tis needful for body and mind To relax from stern tlbour of every kind; Act boldly for once, let the world see your plan, Unite in our cause, and be true to a man. Close early I reomember " all work acd no play" Will cease, biy adopticg-Our motto to-day. Close early I 'Tis plain by your presence to night You admiF you've done wrong, and are going to do right, And ladies, remember hows much rests with you, Elllist 'Iceatith our bcuccer, ie colstaslt ...

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ST. KILDA MARKET. WEDNESDAY, MAY 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 1 June 1867

S ST'. KILDA MARKET. WEDNESDAY, MAY 29. There was a capital market this morning, the weather being favourable. Upwards of forty carts put in an appearance, and all cleared oat in good time and at satisfactory prices. The authorities have spread some sand on the footpaths, which is a great improvement. On referring to the report of the proceedings in the borough council on Monday, it will be seen that an offer of a piece of land as a market site, upon what look like favourable terms, is unader the consideration of the council. The market on the previous Satur day was also a very good one. Thle prices realised on Wednesday wscre as follow : VEGCETABLES. Green onions, Gd doz. bunches. .Dryonions, 3s. Gd to 4s per cwt. SPotatoes, 4s 3d to:4s 6d do. Kidney do., 5s to 6s do Carrofs, 3dto Gd doz. bunches. Celery, 2s 6d to 5s dou. bunches. Watercerss, 9d doz. Lttuees. Gd per doz. Dry herbs, 8d doz. bunches. Turnips, 4d to 6d do. Flowering plants, 6d to 4s Gd Tomsatos, ½d to 1d per lb. Kidne...

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