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SOME OBJECTIONS TO A MARKET CONSIDERED. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 June 1867

- !E OBJlECTIONS TO A MARKET CONSIDERED. ''W;: s:ppose, after thle expression of r;rion ??l th meeting hist Friday evening, ti r.ia-st.ps.will ibe taken by the Prahran I nir?,lO;.'): do what they ought to have dne j s:d up'. Hobirveer, better late than never; iih.?h;: .:hl our experience may be something· ik; rt;:? of the Monarch who.refused io buy SJ:;? ;yiis leaves tuitil she had only one left,' and for whichl he had topay as much as she had asked him at first for the lot, we will, in view of being in expectation of obtaining blr end, like Nelsoi look with the blind eye to wardsthle benefits we may ilave lost through our council's timidity. The subject having arrived at the stage it has, it is advisable to clear away some misconceptions that exist concerning it. There are many excellent persons who have.no objection to a market jie se,.'whd.ladiit it, would beo.: a very:.god tLhin if:it were accomplished, but :who do not consider it is possible to " establish" one -it must " grow'...

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 — 22 June 1867

IRONq.- On the 15lh holst., at TIudoIr Cottage, f on-atreet, South Yarra, the wife of 1illian, son of a ?lailgter. K.--On the 16th int., at Braeside-cotteae, -r rand 1.eft, St. Iill , thile wife of It. Colvin k, ,?'qofa san. ILEN ?!i G.-G-On the 17th fint., nt Car:line ~;t tl! Yairrn, the wife of .Mr. S. Fraulket (if LO?d.i il1S.-Oh thl 18ksth it,., at Ciroline-street, II Yi.rra, t(l wife of J. II. Peebles, Esq., of a 'Ofta-c n the 17th inet.. at Almna-rod, ,St. Kildrn',n Af.. Etdwrd Sandflford of a seol. i 0O, tie 15htit irst., at Gurdinera? Creek road, It .Yarri, r lre Clrles Ogg of a son. II;--O)i the 15th inst., the wife of William r, Eq. ttnltr.ctor, ,hotpel-tspreat, Suuthl ,;of,as.. i.-t0 1 th? I-th inlt.. nt Lewishhlm-road, ul, the wife of Woilliam Stlahb of J daughlter. I'.t-Oslthe 14th n?it.,'.t ifoerfilt, E'ht ihlalt the wife of J. Wilborforce S utephenll of twit dailhtelit. , , IARfiIAGP? P1' ATT.--() lhe IIt inti a', at All Saints h,-,Vils tar, by the kIev. Mr. Gregory, ...

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 — 29 June 1867

fliscelloaneous. M1ONOGRAMS, CRESTS, andl INI'TIALS, Iii beautifully engraved Iand embsed in colours on noto.;apor, envelopes. WIIIPEIH1EAD, 67 ICOTORIA IIORSE BAZAAR. Tile undersigned IIOL)S SALES DAILY, Comumencing nt Eleven o'Clock, of Ilorses of All.Descriptidns, Drays, *&c., &e. Porties having horses to dlsposen of mny rely Iupon obtaining the highest market p:rice, his whole attention being devoted the above business. .DANIEl4 LOPELOCK. THOMAS TURNIULL, Mnufactlcrer of The AMIERICAN CHUB.N, STO tlIE TRUOI, AND V?tatiLATrNO ICE CIEBTS, TYPE STItEET, off BRIDGE IIOAD, EAST BRICHIIMOND. near Melbdurne. Knife Cleaners put in Order. Old Churns Repaired. Seleap. r.S.-orders nddressed TIIOMAS "TIRNBULL. American Churn M?lker, Riihmond. Established 18ta?. LEA & PERRINS' CELEBIIATED WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE D.CLARD BY CONNOISSEUnS TO rI YPB @~~lTZL BS@D LSQOB~o Oii~O( CAUTION AGAINST FRAUD. Tile suecers of this most dellicionus and unrivalled rondiment lhaviog cauns...

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 — 29 June 1867

UOAD BOABIDS. GAniNlen.-lrhis board held its usual lbltolgltlsly nIting on Wednlesday last, when alesslrs. 1. G. HIenry (chairman), .Solss?, \Woodulaason, Middletonll, nll Alwty were plresaet. The minutes of the previous lmeeu?l?nlllg were read and conliirtl:d. Ainongst the correspondence was a letter i'unt the Caulfield District B3oardt , stating that they f'l agglieved at the unequitabls menner g which the Urighlton-road toll Ifund w distributeds, and sulggesting thalt a deputation would meet that board to niscuss the matter. Mr. Woodmason moved that ,Mr. Henry and Mr. Stokes act asdelegates. Carried.-Frone the same, stating that the tles o or m tihe iue posts in Danduiong-ronul ranged f'ln £8; end over, and suggestlug, as it was too mtuch, thaut the isuer should stand over tor the presemnt. T'lohe sggestion wars agreed to. A letter fruom tlhe Usaloigh Bo:nl stated that tllhat hoard were willng to Ipay £10 towards. tho repair oh thu Joun.leary.road at tha jllunction of thle Urllek...

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 — 29 June 1867

M EMOR .A. We direct the attention of our oad.rs to adver tiselmlnlts in'our prcenot issue, nouneing that the hurgess lists for the boroughls of 'rahlran and S,. Kilda, asnalso for the.Oakleigh districts may be in epected between tilhe lst and 7th days of July. A branch of tile Commercial B.nlk will be opened on Ionlday at St. Kildo, on premlises opposite the Junction Itotel, under the management of MIr. William Le Cren. Only one of the two meetings appointed by the borough council of Prahran to be held with tilhe market-gardcueners at Cheltenlam last'Thursdnay, anent tile market question, '*nmeoff. The postponed meeting will be hell at six o'clock oi Monday evecning, at the Plough and Harrow inn. Asimilar meeting will lie held at ullAHa's Ilptel, OQakleigh, at seven o'clock on Thursday evening. Thie entertainment for tile benefit of tile band of the Southern Rifles, to be given on Monday even ing, in tile Town-hall, 'rahran, is exciting attention. We believe it will be of a very en...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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GARDINER COURT. SATURDAY, JUNE 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 June 1867

G RDINER COURT. SATunvOAv, JUNE 22. Defore R. Hunter and J. Quarterman, Esqs. MINOIt OFFENCES. James Raybould, undertaker, of Chapel street, Prahran, was summoned by Mr. Henry, the dellty-registrar for the district, for neglecting to transmit to him certilicates of the burial of Janet Sharp nud William l3olton. Mr. Smith for the plaintiff. It appearled th th the bodies had been buried under a coroner's warrant. The defendant had been twice written to by Mr. Henry; but, notwithstanding this, hie hadl neglected to iborward the certificates as requested. IHe now soid tlhat he undestood tile dleathls should be registered. in tihe distict in which they took place;s that if ihe had neglected to comply with the requirements of tile Act it was through ignorance, and that the certifi cates hadi been lel't in thl.hands. ot the lolice. 'hle delludaut was lined Is., with 10s. costs, in eachl case.--Joli Peppercourn summoned J. Green bfor chbarging excessive liidamages on some cattle which had b...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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MUNICIPAL INTELLIGENCE PRAHRAN COUNCIL. MONDAY, JUNE 24. Present—The Mayor (E. L. Vail, Esq.,) Councillors Crews, Young, Lacey, White, Ogg, Knipe, and Widdicombe. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 June 1867

M JNI IPALINTELLIGENCE pRAHRAN COUNCIL. JI MONDAY,. JUNE 24. present--The Mayor (E. L. Vail, Esq.,) Councillors Crews, Young, Lacey, White; Ogg, X~nipe, and Widdicombe. ,nl ".. - L~the last meeting were read '- . CONRESPONDENCE. Letters were read From the Gardiner District Bonrd,; stating that the culvert at the junction of the Bonn dory and IMalvern roads was much in need of re,,pair. Councillor Lacey moved, and Conn cillor Og?g seconded, that the letter be referred to the Pablic Works Committoc. From the Shire Council of Amherst asking for an additional £2 to defi'ay tile expenses incurred at. the recent conference on the anrendments in the MIunicipal Corporations Act. 'I'be lMayorsaid he collld not agree in voting thle amount asked, as the business done wap anything but satisfactory: for in stance, en amendment which he had moved, atd with difficulty got passed, was not in tihe minuteq; besides, the amount asked for was for seorvces ilone after the conference on the bill, wlhich ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THURSDAY, JUNE 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 June 1867

TnlunesDnA, JUN 27. Bfore the Mayor (E. L. Vail, Esq.) and ,IINOR OFFENCE. Stephen Busbridge, butcher, of Commer cial-road, charged Joseph Annand with sreal. ing.an iron hbain and a board, valued at Is. Mr. Weller for thle defence. Prosecutor I stoatedl that the prisoner lived in a house ad jacent to his preonises. On Thursday last ho missed a board and chain wlnch had been pIlaced against his gate to keep his pigs in his 'yard. ie subsequently saw the board, which bad been cut into lengths, on the prisoner's dray. He then went for a con stable anti gave him into custody. The prisoner's premises were afterwards searched, and he (prosecutor) found the chain under the lhouse. The prisoner offered to let Con stable. Burke search his house. There were no marks by which he could identify the chain but he identified the boaird by the pigs hair which was upon them and by the manner in which they had been cut. Con stable Burke corroborated the evidence of the prosechitorin several particula...

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ST. KILDA COUNCIL MONDAY, JUNE 24. Present—The Mayor (W. Ford, Esq.), Oldbam, Tullet, Lord, Gardiner, Peterson, Fowler, Patterson, and Bunny. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 June 1867

ST. KIDDA COUNCIL MOloDAY, JUn 24. Present-The Mayor (W. PFerd, Esq.), Old ham, Tullet, Lord, Gardiner, Peterson, Fowler, PatteiSon, and Buenny. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. cdanESPONDENC?c. Letters were read . From Messr4..i1Mrtin, Cross, and Veovers. of the Prahran: Penny RIteadings Coammnittee, asking for the use of the St. Kilda T'own-ball, at ,the lowest i, charge, for the purpose of instituting readings there, to be given once a week. 'Phe Mayor testifiedldto the success of the punny reudingas mI Prahran. On the motion of Councillor Oldham, seconded by Councillor Bu:any, the use ot the town-hall was granted ftr Thursday evenings, on the lowest scale ofl' chlarges (15s. a night). From the secretary to thie Mumicipal Con eroace, ru?eqlotina thie council to instruct ftlthe representn~ives for the district to give the Municipal Bill, now befotre Parliament, together with thl amendments suggested bhy the late conflr'ence, their immediate and earnest supp...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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FRIDAY, JUNE 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 June 1867

FRIDAY, JUNE 3. Deforo T. Baillie, and H. 'Tullett, Esyqo., and Dr. Van IHenmirt. MINOR OFFENCES. David Evans wias fined as., fibr lenving-his Lorseo and cart unlprotected; and James . Alexander, for allowing his horse to wander in the streets, rans fioe'l Is.-S. Oliver, J. Gent, E. Kirkland, and Ihomas Loan .. l each fined Ss., with bs. costs, for having unregistered dogs. SMALL DEDTS. 3oroughl Council v. J. 'A. lnuxtable. Rates, £3 I2s. . No appearance ftr defen dant. Amount awiarded, with 3s. 0,1. costs. -Joseph Hendly v. James Smith. Work and Iabour, :£1 16s. No appearance tfr defendant. Amount awarded, withl Os. costs.--Ellen M'Gritli v. Francis Paynn. W\ages, £10. iNo appearanco for defendant. Am.ount awarded, with 5s. costs.

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MARKET MEETING AT CHELTENHAM [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 June 1867

MA1RKED1 MEET'I'ING AT OCHIELTENIIAM To caorv out tihe object. of the commi?tep p1poi?iltet? by the borough council and bur gesses of Prlhran to establish a publio marke. ii that boronugh, a meeting of niaket g'ardeners was held at the Cheltenham IIotel., on Thursday evening last. Mr. J.B.Cgrewswas the only 'representative of the council predent. The burgesses were represented by Meysrp. nlrdwicc, Ceruttv, Nihil, Capien, Brepcl,, I-ole, Wright, Gun, T?'hiomas, Tl'aylor~, and Cohen. There were about 80 gnrdeners pre sent. Dr. Crooke was voted to the chair,,naqd having fbrmally opened the proceedings hy roendiig the adverticemint calling the meet in:. he called on Mr. Crews, who briefly laid before[ ite meeting, the mutual advantages which would enspe to both producer and consumer by the esrablishment of a market in such a nlarge and thickly populated district as Pralurmn. There was, he explained, a populatiop lof 12,000 immediately in the borough, and the very large adjoining distric...

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ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, JUNE 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 June 1867

ST. KJLDA UO JURT. 'TuiESDA-, JUNE 25. Before T. Baillie, 11. 'Tjlletr, I'. M'Combie, anid - Patterson, Es.ls., nail Dr. Van IHemert. A"SAULT. W. II. Calmpinp ll, sliiiribroker, ofCollins street, was charged with inliiwliilly ssault- . ieg' his wifi, Cecilia Cainbhell, and Elialeth Hill Itunnie. hi'r. UrCiebe appliedil for a post poinement, as Mr. Aspinall, who was in structed by Mr. Brodribh, and who was retainrA fbr thlu 1iliintifl, was uns.Lle to ittend. Thle nl)pheitioln was gra'edil. Mr. road for defendant, usked lor costs, but tho bench decided tL'at the namount of costs should be considered at thl termination of the case, which will be heli d on Tuesday next. SMALL DitiBTS. Sarah Voletti summnoned ,V. H. Campbell for £12 10s., for board and lodging. 'l.o debt was said to have been incurred by defen dant's wife. The cnse was ipstlponed for a week.-Brown andi Co. v. Mrs. Mhinn. Gooils, £2 5is. Amount anwarded, withl 5s. costs. Eliza M'Grath v. Francis Piiayne. \Viige' £10. Summ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, JUNE 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 June 1867

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. SPRAIIRAN COURT. I MlONDAY, JIUNE a4. .efore W. Temnpletun, P.M., G. Young, andl J. B. Crew?s, Esqs., J.P.'s. MINOR OFFENCIS. Jolhanna Harper was chargedl by Esther Richards with using threatening hinguage in a public place. Complainant stted that the defendant was fornme:ly a tenant of hlers, nd having occasion to summarily eject her she had since been a great source of annoynnco to her. On unoday during Ilost week she had comne in a drunken state and attempted to burst open the door, at thie same time threatening the plaintifs litfh. Constablu lludson provedt takiug the prisoner into acusto.ly, who vwas vesy violent. She was fined 10s. The defendant was also filled 10s. wsith 20s. costs, or in defihult 14 daysh im prisonment for tearing a policeman's uniforim. -William Jones was charged with being drunlk, but was discharged on placing Is. in the poor box.--Henry Colgin was fined os. Gd. for being away from hIis horse and cab.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 June 1867

THII8 DAY. fa'e of Brick Colnge anl OutUlnildings, for Re inloval. [R1. JAS. E?VANS is istlructcd lo SELL by AUC '1 TION, withoutu ?seorve, on the g.-u:,, OChalpel streel, oppotilo Itr. ]:rot's, Mrtalkt Gardecer, and near Mr. lanty's timber yard, '.o whllole ofa blrick dwelling andrl apurlenaactct therelo, for removal within seven dlays of thle sale. Termis cashol on the fidl of the haomeo'r. Sale at 12 noonl, onl 2th inst. Aol ioneer's OIiccs, oppositoe Railway Station, Sou;th Yarra. TUESDAY, JULY 9. To Sportling GOculiemen, Lr'eales of Thoroughlbred Stotak, and Others il want of a Hlusting IlBox or Family Uoomestcad Within Eas: Ditaoce of all the "Mects," and Within Eight Miles of the Pl'ost oflice. For Sale, UDIM ORE-LODGE, The llighly-imirocd Country Pllhece and Property of MIr. F. C. G yctder Two S[ile. East of Tara, the tcautiful Mannsion of tlhe Hlon: J. O'Slllansy, &e. 'TJ:U S, OXTOBY,SOl , anet Co. aro'instructed to -) SELL by I'UBIC AUCTION, at their rooms, I81 Col...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 June 1867

Bus nes irect~ry MED~ICAL A. F. White, Chemist and Druagist, (the post office) ChapeLstreet, Phranrn ,.-TdaoKEEPE5?eS , OROCERs, AIC. J. Gsmsmer, Wholesaieand Retail Grocer, Chapel street, opposite Uuion-street, Prahranr, . 's5I5CELrANEOUS. ellrStationer, &e., Chapel-street. , oste Town-hall" S Firman,1 Boottmaker, Argylel-strcet, South frra, second house from the Commercial-road. Walker, News Agent, Chapel-street, Prahran, All papers delivered early and punctually. J. Parker, Coloiial Oven Manufactory, 39 Post Office-place, Melbourno. Parker, Curer of 'Smoky Chimneys, 39 Little Bourke-street east, Melbourne. Banks. THE NATIONAL BANK OF AUS TRALASIA. PIAHIRAN BRANCH. Qhapel Street.. Paid-up Capital ... ... £540,000 Reserve Fund ... 140,000 The following rates of INTEREST are allowed on tioney deposited at this Branch, viz.: SAt 7 days' notice os withdrawal, 3 per cent. per anun. Fixei, I month .,, ,, 3 , 3 " "'5 , 4 6 mont hs and over,, 6 ., Business Hours Pen to Three; Satu...

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BLUE-FIRE LOYALTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 June 1867

BLUE-FIRE LOYALTY. " Professor" Prescott lhas evidently a sharp eye for the main chance. Like the vultu'e, he sights his prey afar off, and pounces upon it with wonderful celerity. We have hardly been able to read an account of a borough council meeti?g during the past week, but Iis name has met our eye. We hnvo not the hlonour of personal acquaintanco with the 'professor." We do not even so much as know firom wihat nationality ihea springs. Bunt to whatever section of thint compound' known as the 13British pIeolle he belongs, it is evidlent he knows its disposition, and is anxious to turn " an honest penny" by the knowledge. We will not do himn thIe injiustice of question ing his loyalty--ftor that is a sentiment inherent in all Britons. But it is plain he is anxious to turn tihe loyalty of others to good account. The " slofessdr" is by profession a pyrotechnist-or, in other words, a maker and suller of firewvrks; and in an event wvhici is likely soos to occur to stir up the loyalt...

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SOBRIETY BY ACT OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 June 1867

SOBRIETY InY ACT OF PARLIAMENT. It is a thankless task to piull against tirhe title of public opinion 'Thel worldly-wise or indolent will not attempt it. 'l'lThery wrill let their barque float lhnguidly with tie pIrev'il ing curient, heedless of thie rapidls to which it may he drifting them. Shall we confess, that if we corrld quit:t our conscience by such course of action with refelrence to the agitation now being fostered in our midst for an alteration of our licensing laws, we would not unwillingly do so. It is no pleasure to us to oppose so many whom' we sincerely respect. We would Shr rather \rotlk, with them, if we cooll. But thire gulf whiich separates us is wide and deep,, and we fear impassnble. Eaclh paty is agreed as to the magnitude of thire evil to be reme diet-ench anxiors for its removal. Drunken ress is eqrilly tin abomination to us as to threm. We' differ only as to the means to miti gate it-for we needt not indulge in thire vain hope-that it will ever be eradicated...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 6 July 1867

iscellaneo s. ?ONOGAIS,, COREST'S, nil NI'IALS, UL Le;toifully conrived iuid cmbilsisol iIi culoClUO ,i, noto piipr, envelopes. VIlIITKIIIAD, 07 Culliis-street. y ICTORiIA -HO RISE BAZAAR. TiThe underoigned IIOLDS SALES DAILY, = Comr encing at Eleven o'Clock, f" hlorses of All Descriptions, Drays, &e., &ic. SParties haviilg horses tC dipoe of Imay rely up pt obtaininig tli higihest market price, hisi whole r~ttention boint?' devoted the above business. IDANIELI LOVELOCK. THOMAS TURPNBULL, Mainufacturer of The AIMERICA$ CHUR.N, SiTO'RE TRUCK, AND VENTILATINO ICE CfESBT?, 'rYPE STIt?ET, off BRIDGE ROAD, EAST R0ICIIMOND. near Melbourne. .nife Cleanrr put in Order. 0'd Churns Repaired. cheap. :P.S.--Orders addressed TIHOMAS TURNBULL, Ameripuan Churn Mnkcr, Richmonid. Establishol 185i. i • ? LEA & PERRINS' CELEBiATED WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE DECLARED Yi CONNOlSSEUIS TO DP. CAUTION AGAINST FRAUD. - Thie success of thlus most delicisus :nd unrivalled coandimnt ihaving c...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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OAKLEIGH AND MULGRAVE DISTRICT BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 6 July 1867

OAKLEIGl1 AND MULGR.1VE DIS 1110'.' 0ARlD. This bonard held its usual mntthly mneet itg ono Tulrsdalty last, at wliich Messlrs. E. Maly (chairnman), Manttbieu, Caninigton, )DeLar, Hall andtl Jordatn werel presentt. T'le minutes of tle previous meetinlg having beet... readl and confirmed, the clerick was inst edoc : to wlrite to thle Parliamentary ulsmts tbr the - district, rertquestiing them I, use aill their eodeavours to pass thle l icl Givel'llllllrtell? Act ti srese:t scssion.--F'rolu thie RIoads •nald lid-ces Oflice, stating' tha:lt i coase qenceo ofa colpy of thi tn'lt'r for thie eree talon of a bridgeo over the lack Creek not having beet sunt in to that deplartment by the stated tim', the Government girant-il nid Ilpsoml.-Another lutter was received linam G. P. Smith on the same suiject, in reply to a reqitest uisking hin to uie his inllnece in ob:aising the grun;. stating that he had seen the Commissioner of lisanllds, anl if al the documetllnets connected therewilI were sen...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE FLOOD IN NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 6 July 1867

'IITE FLOOD. I\ NEW SOUTHI WALES. A sudden and terrible calnmity has befilen sopme of our nieighbours in New So !h Wales. The harrowing particulh's of this snd visitation of Providence lave been ulIly dletailed in tihe daily journals, and have been read with feel ings of deep symupthy br all who have feeling henits. Thp fact, shlirtly stated, is that a flood, unparalleled in sevcerity, suddenlhl swept over a largoe tractof that colony', calrrY' ivitllh it in its course death and ,levastaLion. Many vuahIable lives have been sacrficei I y it, tnd whole families rendered lhomeless and penniless. By no fIult of their own, large numbers of' pcersons :ire retlduiced to a stat:e o beggary, and are now deplnidpnt upon, the bounty of the state and private benevolhnce for the' bare means of sutbsistence. T'he ,overnment aud inhabitants of New South Wales have taken prompt measures to mitigate as far as possible the evil; bat it stands to reason that, afer having done their utmost, much sunfi?...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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