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THE WAR-CLOUD DISPERSED. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 15 June 1867

S1THE WAR-CLOUD DISPERSED. The p.cific tone of the news brought by the Avoca is as unexpected as it is;wel4 come. 'IThle warlike tenor of tile previou:s month's news had led us to fear that we should get by this mail the terrible itelli gence that France andPrussia were a't war; only to learn therefore instead that they have settled their difference without aen appeal to armsb, passes our expectations and relieves our fears. We feel muc like unto one who has awoke from a horrid nightmare, aixnd thanks God to find that it was "only a dream." And yet the chalnce of these powerful nations fighting wais considerablly more than a dream when tihe March miil left, and.thus to learn a month later that they are not tearing each other to 'pietces intensifies our gratitude. That each; after the position it had taken up with reward 'to Luxemburg and the preparation it hai made for offensive action, should so readily submit the cause of quarrel to arbitration, and almo st jump at the solution of...

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 — 15 June 1867

tIRTewS, DYER.-On the 2Pth of April. at London.,the wife of Mir. Henry Dyer (formerly of St. Kilda, and t·sr oome tihe a member of its borough counci), of twins--a son and a daughter. DEATHS. FilANOIS.-On the 8th inst., at Cnrohinre-sreet South Yorru,. after a long anet poilful illness, Willihim Henry, youngest eoon of Richard .1Lnd ophiin Francia, aged thirten mspnth. NIMMO.-On the ith inst., at Grey-street, St. Kildo, Jessle Poul, the belowed wife of Sir. William Nitomo, aged thirty-five years. STODART.-On the 12tl inst., at Yarra-bonk,, South Yarre, Mr. James Stodart, nccountant, oged 42. Sh 3Gde31tWh SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1867.

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FRIDAY, JUNE 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 15 June 1867

FRIDAY, JUNE 14.       Before the Mayor (W. Ford, Esq.), and J. Wilson, Esq.   ASSAULT. George Brown was charged with uN- lawfully assaulting Cyrus Gittins, grocer, of Robe-street, St. Kilda. It appeared that Mr. Gittins left Melbourne about midnight on the 12th inst. in the prisoner's cab, and was found by Mr. Sugden two hours after wards lying in the Brighton-road, between the MTilitary Barracks and the toll-gate. He was taken to his residence by Mr. Sugden, when it was discovered that he had been shamefully beatep, having been kicked in the face and two of, his ribs having been broken. It was stated that immediately afcor the assault thel prisoner ran away ?e tv'ng his horse and cab in the road. The prisoner was arrested on Thursday by Son. Constable Aunderson, and identified by Mr. Gittins, as the man who had committed the assault. Mr. Gittins aS now in a precarious state,i and in addition to the injuries received is suffering ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 June 1867

Miscellaneous. I CTORIA IIHORSE BAZA.AR. STirhe undlersignedi IiO1:DS S41.ES DAILY, Cormmencing at Eleyen .o'Cicek, of iIorss of All Descriptipns, Drays, Ac., Ac. Parties lrarirg horseS to dispooe of may rely rpdn obltairirg the hightest market price, iris holioe o.ueotiron beiang deroted the abooe busroiose. DANIEL LOYELOCK. NElWr PRIVATE ENQUIRY OFFICE 11 . NEAVE'S BUJUDINGS, Corter of C!line uanld Swanstopl-sreets, Melbolro'. ,. L. .STOKES, Loatce oft,.e L ondan, Portsmout/, SomErset, /I.uritias, oanl rictrian Dtelecte Pol!ice Forces,) BIlga tp notify to tle Banker, Mercrhantr, Trades nmen, :nId otIers that hie has penced a PnvAT?E S]t?abIuy OPFIC, onl strict London and Amtieicar,o printciles, an:d renpectfully solicits you!r patrorage J. L S.'s long experience in dlrerenl parts of the wo(rld enailes liim to guarantee strict secrecy anod jrotmpl atteiltion in all ceaes eotrusted a to i, 'iz: --'Searcling for Missing Friends Divort Case. eiuuduleilt Insolveots Collec'ig Debts Serv...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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MEETING ON THE LICENSING ACT AT PRAHRAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 June 1867

MEETING ON THE LICENSING AC: AT PRAHRAN. A public meeting was held at the TowI Hall, Prahran, yesterday cveuning, for thn purpose of considering the advisability o memorialising the Government on the pro posed Bill to amend the Wines, Beer, ani Spirit Sales Statute. The meoling was largely attended, and the Dean of Melbourmn occupied a seat on the platform. The Mayor, who presided, introduced the objects of the meeting in a few suitable re marks, and asked for a fair and impartial hearing for all the speakers, and read leltcrs from the Rev. Jf. S. Waugh and Mr. J. Snowball, M.L.A., apologising for their absence. The Rev. G. Mackio roso to propose the first resolution. He said they were met that evening[to discuss the advisability or otherwise of memorialising the Govern ment on the proposed amendmmnt of the Wines, Beer, and Spirit Sales Statuto. lie did not conmic there to lecture on total abstinence, although lie had done so before, but now, as then, he desired those only who thoug...

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 — 22 June 1867

I·moL?owAY'a Proi-Iu- re for indigestion.-Indl gestion, with torpidity of the liver, is the curse cf thousands, who sperld each day with nccumulat.d sufferings. all of wpicll may be avoided by taking Holloway's Pills according, to their accompanyinog directions. They strergthen and inivigorate every organ subservient to digestion. Their action is p'urifying, healing, and strengthening. They moo be safely tlken without interfering with ordinary pursuits or requirisig muchl restriction in diet. They quickly remone noise and gidldiness in ths head, and dispel loie spirits and nocrvons fearS. These balsamic Pillt work the sure witlhout debili. t?ting or exhausting the system; on the other hond they consorve and support thie vitli principle bh sautstituting pure fors impure blood:

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THE FREEMASONS' ALMSHOUSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 June 1867

THE FREE IASONS' ALMSHOUS S. The laying of the foundlation-stone of these almshouses wals perbformed on Monday last, with all the imposing c'remufy peculini to thdl crsft. Tle business ,t tlue day wais com menced by thle ppeinig of a Gisnd Lodge in thie T'own-hall, Prabrtn, the ceremonies at ter;ding which ,were of course forbidden to the vulgar publio. After this was over, a Ipro cession of the brethren was formed and mqrched down Chapel-street, along C'om mercial-road, to the ground in the Punt-troad where the almshouses are to be erepted. Here the pioceedings were iniiated byl the singing of the Hundredth Psaln, andl the offering .p of a suitable prayer by Provincial Grand'~ihaplaic(English) T. C. Cole, the as sembled brethr responding" So mote it be," with solenm unction. An invocation and blessing, according to .ancient form, were then read by Provincial Grand Chlaplain (Irish) Rintel, the brethren responding" T'he Lord is gracious; His mercy ena'urethl for ever;"land " Glory t...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THE PRAHRAN PENNY READINGS. A PEN AND INK SKETCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 June 1867

THE PRAuHRAN PENNY READINGS. A PEN AND INK SKETCH. Dear Jenny, since you could'nt come, (Detained by all that rain at home), Nor could that sweet niew bonnet show, 'Tis oily fair that you should know Heow we got on, and what was done, And whllo provided all the fun. St. Kilda's maryor was in the chair And very nice he looked when thero; SMartin of course was the MfC.. Madame Victorino Pert was the frstb to play, In her usual charming and clever way; I wish she would teach it to me. Then fbrtlwith six gentlemen stood in a row Arid sang of a Hollander hearty, WVho typo bottles of'brandy would drink at a go A remarkably bibulous party. And whllenever (that's daily) hlie got on the spree, Liked I~is tipple as deep, as the deep Zuyder Zbe; And the gentlomen's names who took part in the glee, Were Itonacich, and Morris, Steele J., and'J. C;, With Bruford and Vines-quite a fine eompaneeo And thby really sung with a good deal d'esprit. They brought "Spritg's delights" toos quite clearly bef...

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 — 22 June 1867

PITH OF PARLIAMENT TUeSDaY. Both Iouases met. In the Council, the Insol vency Laws Amendmet t Bill was received from tile Tegislative Assembly and read a first time, tile second reading being appointerd for that day fort night. The Lunacy Bill- was also received from the Assembly, with its amendments, which were made an order for consideration that day week. The hion. Mr. a'Beckett stated thait he believed tile report of the Royal Commission on mining on reserves would be presented to thle IHouse in a few days. Tile House then adjaurned until next tinay. In the Assembly, it was ordered that all petitions for and against the Synod of Victoria Bill should be referred to tile select committee on that bill. A message ?s received from hIis Excellency, recom mending an. appropriation out of the consolidated revenue, for tihe purposes of a bill to amend thel Wine, Beer, and Spirits Statule. Thie report of the select joint committee of both Houses, ap pointed to confer uon thle Customs Dutt...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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EXHIBITIONS—INTERNATIONAL AND INTERCOLONIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 June 1867

EXIIBI'rlION.--I NTEllATI.ONAL AMN INTERCOLONIAL. Judging by all the reports we have seen of the opening of the Internationll Exhibition at Paris, on the 1st of April; that gigantic schleme was anythling but success. For once the old sarcasm, ' they do these things better in France," was not applicable,. To be behindhand in their preparations, arid to be compelled to bpea their doors before their furnishings are complete, seems to be a niini'al dltfditibnuhf"lll exhibitions; but the plesent Frenih one was opeded even before its shell was completed. Confusion and dis order reigned throughout the luge, building, and the opening ceremony had so little of the ?gemonial about it as lmhnost to deprive it of the right to be called by. that naeno. .The Emperor anti theEmnpress walkeilthi:olgh a portion of the buildin?~, andl that seems to be about all tnt wasn dine, in the way of io anguration. This contralsts advantageously for our counttrymen with the ceremonial ob served at the opening o...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THURSDAY, JUNE 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 June 1867

TitUtSDAY, JUNE 20. Before the Mayor (E L Vail Esq.) Robert Patterson, and G. Pilley, Esqs. MINOR OFFENCES. Andrew Gillespie was fined 5s., or twenty four hoturs' imprisonment, lfor being drunk and disorderly.-Gilbert IIandyside, sum moned thr fillowing tile chimney of his hiouse to catch fire, was cnuiioned and discharged. -An oboriginal namnied Jemmy was charged with using obscene and threatening language, caloulated to cause a breach of the peace: --- roge:s,'n cooper,i residing in High-streee, said that on the 18th inst. the prisoner came to his house, tsking foi a penny, and upon his aplication'i being. refused' offered to fight witnass, mnking use of the language com plained of. Sergeaniit Archibald stated that some thre' weeks since the prisoner frighlitened a young lady by following her andil putting 'his irtes round .her neck. A gentlemnan tad ilso 60imilihined that an ab original, answering to the description of the prisoner, haid asked him for a penny,.' ird the demaiind ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MEMORANDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 June 1867

MEMORANDA. The second etore of the series on "Ritunlinm." will bie ioer marrosw evening, in the Cnngregn tional Clurl; Prlahran, by the Rev. W. Moss. Sobject:--Thle Christian Ministry not a Priest hood." An advertriasement in another column shows that the Prahran Boroucgh Counncil have decided upnn sending a doputatinn on Thursday next. to.confer withll the mnarket-gardenadrs of Cheltelnham and neighbollnrhond lth reference to the establishment of a market at Prahrani. Tile St. Kilda Glee and ]Madrigal Socilety gave a concert an Wnednesday eening last. at the Towu hall, Prnhran, in airl of the beilding fund of the new Melbourne Hospital; which, as usual, brought togetiher a large/ and 'fashionalle assemblage, lamongst whom were Lady Manners Suaton and several members of-hler fimily. 'The aprocrsime was well selected, contalining several old favourites from Engli' composers, ao well as a goolly number of German part songs, &c. The performances nf this soiety, bothll here an1 ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, JUNE 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 June 1867

pOLICE Ii T~ElLLIGENCe. ::pRARRAfV "COUTRT. Before W. Templeton":P.Mi G. Young, Wslker'Y nd J2 1. Cresi; . • "-' I ..NpHCRa iY. ' Thomas Gillespie alias Thomas Knor was charged with ,inile'cent' donduct in a public place to Agnes Reed. 'Complainnnt, a young girl of about 10 years of age. stated tlhat on 'l'harsday last hetween the hours' 'of eight and nine in the morning the alleged offence was stated to have:been committed in a small alley off Albion-street Tol'd her father of tile occurrence, and he took measures for the present proceedings. T'his was not the first time of such conduct, as on the previous Tuesday prisoner Ihad exposed himself in n much more disgusting manner, when the wit ness had tohll her hrother who informed her father. Mr.- Weller, for the defince, sub mitred that upon i.the uncorroliorated testi mony of tle girl the bench could not con-: vict. Ilis client, ihe snid,' was a most resectahble man. The bench after some little consultalion' considered the prisoner...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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CORRESPONDENCE. "THE" BAPTIST CHURCH AT PRAHRAN. To the Editor of the Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 June 1867

CORRE NDEN9E. "~tH], " BA PT1n ~ivn~ ~0 S To th.E ditor i~fle T?~gtrapt :, S.r,-I re.the.Aboo headin ab -e report which followedin the da~ ?nd th . ~ ~ ~ n . ?"eu flil " lly a few days ago with rue surpris . old inhabitant of Prabtrn .have been , ere/ or less acquainted witb the " optist;d? r. nation in the neighbomuhood I. ,?.t could not help asking, Who can tlic es be who seek to,. ignore the very extisteneo e an Baptiat clurplh in the district baut thet. selves by narrogating the name of , 9" Balprist Church..in Prahran and its vicinity . I kiew that a Baptist hic chu has mtetin Chaerles-street for some twelve yearsa Or moe and the Baptist charci which meets it Chapel-street is known in all the neighbour. hood.- I submit that the paities in questias in assuming such a titli aie fairly chargeable either with pitiable arroganpe or culpable ignorance of the use.' of words' Their report turther states, " The comnomnity commencee to hold services.in the Scripture lFree School. room, C...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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FRIDAY, JUNE 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 June 1867

FRIDAY JUNEB 1. Before · hb Mlayor (W. Fodl, Eeq), T.. Baillie, J. Wilson, and H. Tisllett, Esqs. ASSAULT.. Charles Br6wn wris charged with unlaw fully assaultinir Cvrus Gittins, grocer, of Robe-street, St. Kdlda. Mr. Inspector Braver conductei the case for the police, and Mr. Creksivell defendedclthe prisonier. C. Gittins dleppsed that on the 12th of the mlonth he went to the opera. He left town to returnlhomte about half-past twelve on.the morning of the 1l3th in the prisoner's cab, having previously gone into the Bull and Mouth IHotel; andil afterwards to the Bridge In,, at both of which pilaces he "shlouted': for the prisoser, and hail something to, drink: He had some altercation with the prisonedr:on the way, hIe believed respecting Fenianism, lot could not distinctly remember. Between the ibarracks and tihe toll-gate the prisoner asked him to get out of the car and fight, but Ite refusedd. The prisoner titen threatened to pull lim out and he descended from the cabl, upon which...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THE PRAHRAN MARKET. To the Editor of the Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 June 1867

THE PRAHRAN 'IMARKET. : To the Editor of the 7elejraph. Sir,-Can you inform nme if there is any. power under the Municipal Act to put a stop. to carts and drays standing in the public: streets and blocking up the roadway with the. drays and the. pathway with vegetables,. &c. ? If there is any such power, and the market:.'. committee persist in operiing the matrket in,' pommercial-road, there is no doubt that it will be put in force, and if the market-. gardeners once get the idea into their heads. that they are liable to.be, summoned for,ex-.. posium goods for sale in. the public, thorough-.. fare then good-bye to the.market. SWhy not hold, the. market on the ground. Iboaghtf expressly, for that purpose in; Greville street '? l It is quite as central as Commercial-road,, and if thile railway is an, .dvantage, it is. nearer the station, and as a weighbridge will be required, that of course, will be.erected. there. 'The expense will nqt be greater, andl the. site once establis...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, JUNE 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 June 1867

ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, JUNE 18. Before the Mayor (W. Ford, Esq.,) and : T. Baillie, Esq., J.P.'s. MCINOI OFFENCES. Eliza Brown was charged with having a fire lighted in her yard, and on the ofience being proved,. was fined 2s, 6d.-W. B. Rankin was fined 2s. 6Od. for allowing a cow to wander in the public street.-John Hughes and Patri'ck Flood were each fined as., for being drunk and disorderly. VAGRANCY, . Jane Patton, a wretched lookin' woman, with th e children, was charged with having no visible means of support. 'T'he constable stated lthat he had apprehended the prisoner wandering about with lbhr children at an early hour tlhat morning. Both she andher husband, who was not living with lier, were great drunkards. In fact, the prisoner had been known to -give away her children's bread for the sake of priouring liquor. -: Tihe Ihusband was formerly landlord of the Windsor Castle IIotel. Ses was remanded till next court day, in order that a warrant should be issued fhr the fathe...

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DOGS AND HORSES. To the Editor of the Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 June 1867

DOGS AND HORSES. T?A Ie Editor of tseleirera , Si,-~-There is a rag gathorer and, bottle. ugrchaint,. pasisig up and down, Chapel-. street every day with a h'nd-cart. and a.dog yoked. sidernvath. .lis do' is no jib;, but thoroughly staunch, The creature.is mnade. to. draw instead of the lazy ass in the shafts,. hin.masner. lnnmpts lawyer, but it strikes. me that therde Ifs, a law in elistence. against yoking. dogs in or under- cal:ts of~ any kind. Perhaps. the authorities (vill.tak~.this hinG. and, act upon it. Suselv hprses. are cheap. enough, for a. friend of mine. wonone at a, r?ffle the other night, fobr which he has been, offered flye shi!lings, but he. niqi't sp!l under. six ! . nam, Yours, ,MC., . .HUMA;N.ITY Qhapel-street, June 12trh, I~37. [There is, we believe, a'.lav in Engliind. prdhibiting the usia. of dogs in tihe manne: indicated by our correspondent. Whetherj i Applied to this colony or notwe cannot say, buhn 'certainly think it shoul,---Ep. Td(i gr oph.] , I I . I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 June 1867

MONDAY, JUNE 24. At Twelve O'Clock. South Yarra, - Ile of ni TExcellenet Ceorner Allotment io Arllo street ned llerdy-strce?,t 35ft. to Argq-s.ret, corner of .Itnrdy-street .by. a deptiof .oft, mlore or ]o... wilr . V¶EVS FWVANS is instructerd by thie pro 'ri gert t, L.L bty AUV. i or. , roth Jo:·,. tw?.?'o o'a'tock ., -ti , r t H NiiN:. , r. , t"l:ii: ' nurrow soning byli! Re,: .110. 'l, :::: .:t-R;z, sT r.! Chrisi.n M nisty n-o,, a,,,?- rie. ,",h o." I atmt a'sq ",trt ,l?, I 'Lit · (. ·. ." .: . ·-~:; . . , ": . ·-B l; i>.. ,orrow .... . g , by tr, .i. . p ,.- ',,e Chriotoioo Miolostry niot a i'rieotho oe, ' &"j+: PENNY READINGS, TOWN HALL, PRAbTRAN. EVERY TUESDAY EVENING, at 8 o'clock: Children in arms not admitted. W. J. ALLEN, S Secrelay Mechanics' Institute. TOWN HALL, PRAIIRAN POPULAR CONCERTS EVERY THURSDAY EVENING. Noew Talent every Concert. Admission, reserved seats, Is.; body of hall and gallery, 6d. - I " ,W nr 3. Oar?or.,.IHop. Sec. THURSDAY POPULAR CONCERTS....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 June 1867

Bhzsiness oFy .F. WIdt Chemist , ' Druegist, (the post ecffe) Chapelstreet, J"s?m erToEE0c)ECs, GROCERS, &C. .. s.mcr, Whlsalealand Retail Geocor, (hapel 0tr8 " a l6'1Juion.street, Trahran,. - rs CELun EOU,. Boes, : ?sseller Slatiner, &e., Chapel.street. rahesr, a~, B teArgyle-sitret, Soiith arm 1houv4 from the Commercial-road. - alki7 ews Agent, Chapel-'treet, Pr:ahran, Alli papers bdellered early and.punctually. I J.y Parkor, Colonial Oven Manufactory, 39 Post Olice.place, Melbourne. - rarker Curer of 'Smoky Chimneys, 3H :Little Bourke-street east, Me lbourno,. -: Banks . TuB NATIONALI BANK OF AUS TRALASIA. pRA.HRAN BRAN H, . Chapel Street. Paid-op Capital .. ... £540,000 Resoerrv Fund.., ... .... 140,000 The followingratee of INTEREST are allowed en money deposited at this Branch, viz.; At 7 days' noticeof withdrawal, 3 per cent, per ann. Fixed, I month ,, ,, "'3 , 6 monlhs and over,, Business Hours- I ten to Three; Saturdays, Ten to Twelve.. And for the convenien...

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