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FRIDAY, JULY 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 6 July 1867
FnrIDAY, L, isLY . Defore the Mysor (W. Foil, Es1.), '. Baillie, snd J. Wilson, Esls. SMALL DOBTS. Joseph Allhwood v. Mrs. Ross. Goods, £1 5s, 4d, No njppenlnci fbr ldefenhdht. 'Postponesd, thi slervice of thoi sulmIIoiis not hiving boeen proved.-~Snamul. Grilfiths v. Iu'ry Bugg. Thl'ls was a spsisl surnmions to show causo why dlfeslnzit shoulf not obey an order of the court to pay a debt of £3 17:;. 'Ihe caso was postponedi till next court daly.
MEMORANDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 6 July 1867
£MEMORANDA. The merits of tih band in connexion with the Southern Rifle Volunteer Corps has long been knonn to the residents of the borough by their frrquent' parades through its main thorouglhfnars, where they have at times displayed considerable musical ability. But like other iostitutions it rer quires solmething more substtantital thian mero adulation to maintain . Its funds are very low, and to raise tliem an "Elocutionary, .Musicil, itld Gymntastic Entertainmtent" was given in tihe Praihra Town HIll on Monday Eyenting lanst to a crowded audience. There wtas great delay in comnnenevig the proceedings, which did not take place till three quarters of an hour after the atp pointed time. Thre aulienct nalturally displiyed conilderable impatietnce, but was soothed by a piano solo by Miss Lowcock entitled " The Dritiall Grenlmiers." dMr. \VW.t followed with the song • Speak of tt man as we flid himT", very fairly rendered. lie tas succeeded by MadaatnaLe Cen,, vlhio nicely sang, "I'l...
ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 6 July 1867
ST. KILJA COURT. i 'l'UEsDA,, JULY 2. i3dbre the May.or (W. Ford, E.o .), J. Wilson, II. Willinlus, and - Gill, Esqs. Tile CAMPBEILL SCANt.DAL. S;araLh Volotte suamlroned W. 11. Camp hull for £12 10s. tot Ijoard and lodging sup plied to detfendant's oif's. Mr. Aspinall for plaintitif, andt Mr. Real for defendant. Mr. Aspinull said that the plaintiff had received a notice liom defendant to produce a docu ment wherein lhe stated that hlie would not be reslponsible for his witf's debts ts slae had lelt-. his house without his consent. 'Tho leuarned gentleman then explained the ipal' ticulars of the case,safter which lie called Mrs. Camlpbell, who stated that the bill pro dtuced lfor £12 10s. dlue to iMrs. Voletto was correct. She left this plony foIr England with her husband's sainetion and returned fi'om thence on the 19th uelptember, 1806. Slhe was altogether three years and three mouths awiay. Witness cname back with the assis tance of hler husband'u brother. On her re turn Mri. Cam...
CORRESPONDENCE. THE PRAHRAN MARKET. To the Editor of the Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 6 July 1867
OOR.RESPON DENCE. TILE PRAIItAN MARKET. o Tthe E/itor orlfthe Tele trph. Sjir,-)[ivinigottendoetl hit moretslg of ithe coul lat tihe "call"' on WVeducd~, I casmot refrain fr0s esxprsstrg my thorough tisgust at the absurdanld ridiculotts figure the m ossslity cut at that mIeetin. At a foblmcr meoeting of the qounicil it was propos?d cnd carriefl that a market should bho cstablished i thI borough, anLithatt the experinmasit should bo ladein Coluonercial-road. Thait "rohoulipon was confinnedat Slarge publio meeting called by the 1 Mayor, all preesidud over by him (and Iot did not then utes ?ny lIhal ohbjbctio). At theo nsext mepetieg of councilja oeuanrhtel isas preseoted, sincedi about cighity rite. p:iyers, ?ahing tho council to ressnd itheir resohtlion, and lhalo the si'to of the mairket in Grovile.stri insotead of Comnmercial-roadil I ee lot soay that a msenorial siined by ul-at of "t00. 'ratopayrs wasi aftesrwids p:oaented totLe council against OGrevillo-sttvot as tto site. tl, me...
PITH OF PARLIAMENT TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 6 July 1867
PITH OF PARLIAMENT ?IIfNSDAY° L'l the Legiolatiro CoatLil, tIh hlon. T. TI. A'lLcckltt iloved Ille secntlll rmlling of the Jimo! vecey lILwr Aliuilldlient 1.11. The hlon. Mr. SlimLn motIu.lJs oI I is aLnii?IIIlen?t, t?llt tile bill bei r!foIrI'd ti tlhu oni?ilerotionll ou a se.lect coollilte, to cii nint of lhi following lion. iihIlinlioz :--Afmor.s.; ltllicketl, r soii, in',?wk er, Groliuiii, tgli,,hlt. lellowsa and thie uover. Al hlmogh, he snill, the bill plurported to give local ilnsolvency jurisdlionioi, it would not ilo so. Tile ou. Jir Fetllowo mIII otllrso i suol)Ot ted lthe nillelldllnellit, whieh tl nos cnItrriLeI oin 0 division by 17 to 1-. Alter grantillug permiiio sion to its chicr clerk (Mr. G. W. tiolusiem) to it telld anld give evidleiCie before tilhe colnittee uIp toited uto inquire ilto the claimis of AIm. J. F. V. ?itzgerald, th1 t[ouoe aldjoumrned until next day. Iii tile Assnembly, after thle suaol llnswers to qclles timls, &c,. had beenii disposeUd of, ...
MUNICIPAL INTELLIGENCE PRAHRAN COUNCIL—SPECIAL MEETING. WEDNESDAY, JULY 3. Present—The Mayor (E. L. Vail, Esq.,) Councillors Crews, Young, Lancey, White, Ogg, Knipe, Brown, and Widdicombe. PRAHRAN PUBLIC MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 6 July 1867
TJN ICiTPAL.INTELLIGE NO E pRAItKh N COUNCIL - SPECIAL 1EETINTI G. • WEIDN'ESDY, JULY 83. Present-The Mayor (E. L. Vail, Esq.,) Councillors Crews, Ydung, Lacey, Wlhite, Ogg, Knipe, Broen, and Widdicomnbe. P RAIA AN PIUBLIC MA ,KET. The Miayor explained that in complliance with a notice of motion a cull of the council had been made tlr the purpose of rescinding a r'esolation made on the 27th lMay, 1807, fixing tile site for tile plrolposed market for ,Priabran in Commercial-road, anti substituting Greville-st. as the site. But before the matter n?s proceeded ivithl; he deemed it his bounden dufty t, apprise them that the Police Offences Statute distinctly' laid dlown that "no ob struction, &c., of any nature whatsoever " hbouldh be permitted in any public streef, under a penalty not esxceeding £20. He had looked further into it, ond had discovered a case in point-" The Queen v. Boroughl Couhci.of .Sauldurst"-whlerein the Supreme Court had deoided in favor of thle plaintiff. l...
OAKLEIGH COURT. SATURDAY, JUNE 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 6 July 1867
OAKILEIGH COUIl'I'. SATuUDAY, JUNE 9D. Iefore Messrs. 'Templeton, P.M, and Hunter. SMALL ne ar1. 'l'?e postponed case, James M'Ewana v. William Flemmning, a claim for £4 (is., money lent, sas settled by the court orderin-" the payment of the amount claimeil, withl tlhe alddition of £1 13s. costs, thie ldelndant huv;ng failed to produce a contra account. ASSAULT* .- . Gdo. Symnoe was sunmmoned lor an assnult uiion a married woman namedl Mllnroe. MIr. Miller alppe'ned for tihe complainant, from ivhoss statemuent it appeared that, while doipg soanething for hter next-door neigbourl, an old man who was unwell, the dceindanit, who is a blacksmith, came in acctmp;anied by his man, anli after sendling for soime gin andl brandy, aslael her to drink with him, which she refused to do, and went -into another room to avoid his company. Defen dant fillowed her, took her hat from iher haId, and flung it in tbs fire. HIae then dashed the contents of a bottle of brandy in her faee, kuocked her down...
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. PRAHRAN COURT, THURSDAY, JULY 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 6 July 1867
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. PiAIIIA.N COuJIrT, T I 1usAY~, JULY 4. Belbre the Mayor (F. L. V:ail, Earsq.), It I Patterson, andl G. Pilley, .esqs. M~liNoR oPI'rNCii John Fairwethelr was chbarged with using threatening lhngilage to Lewis Barrnert. h'le prosecutor did not appear, and ~Ir. Vardy, on belhalf of Mr. lReadlwho was engaged to: tihe defehce, said his client intended to bring an action for false imlnprisonment, as hIe lihad been drlagg'ed from Perk-streetr, &iuth Yrra, to the police office, where he was given into custody; and now the prosaecutor had in salted the benchi by noti appearing. 'Ilhe ipristlner eas dischlargeld. CSIAI4? POO? TS. David Blhnshlard v. Williami 'Iimnewell. Goods and money lst, £6 is. O9. No ap peironc for plaintiff. Case strick out. Alfred Guile v. Jobi CiOockfbrd. oonds, £2 193s. 9d. No apliearance for deferlanr. Amount awarded, with 5s: costs.--Cathierine Johnson v. Thromas : eniley. Goods, 10s. Id. Amount wivarded, titl!outl costs. LL?ACY. In the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 6 July 1867
BTURGESS LIST ND ROL N complinnee with c uise 40, l n:cillmi Corporations Act, 1 ;3, I hei?h notify tU na copy of thOe Dur sn List t;,lr ve:ur e ding August 1st, 18ti is in my cIsto)y, a nd intlyto be ins;pleno btween the first and seventh d(ays of July CLA1IMS AND OI3ECTIONS. The .antteiiionu a the Burgesses is requested to clause 50:- I I "Any person whose namie shmll have been omitted from any such li;rgess-list w ilo h:il claim ;to Ihanr i'f nanm inserted thlorCei sliall before or oni tie o-ecnth (lay of July in such year give to the to wn cl.rk notice thereof in wriliHig according to the forml in schedule E oro t lote liko ellect and every person whoso name slhall hove been ilnsrted ill sulch lurgess list may object to any other person as not bring en titded to have his name reained tin such list, any person so objecting shall otn or before the seventhi day of July in such year givelto the town clerk and also give to the person objected to or leavr at the prminises to which his...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 6 July 1867
tBusiness Diectsory 5*EDICAL. AK . White, Chemist and Druagist, (the post. 1 ce Chapel-street, Prahran STOREKEEPERS, GROCERS, &C. J. Gammer, Wholesaleand Retail Grocer, Chapel strcet, opposito Uuion-street, Prahran, ?MISCELLANEode. '-; Bookseller, Stationer, &c., Chapel-street. , -,opposi o Town-hall. ?'j~s3Firmran, Botmaker, Argyle-street, South sIrra, second house from.the Commercinl-road. Walker, News Agent,. Chapel-street, Prahran, A11 papers delivered early and punctually. j. Parker, Coloaial Ovon Manufactory, 39 Post olcc-place, Melbourne. parker, Curer .of Smoky Chimneys, 39 Little Bourke-street east, Melbourne. Banks. THE NATIONAL BANK OF AUS TRALASIA. PRAHRAN BRANCH. 'Chapel Street. Faid.up Capital ... £540,000 Reserve Fund... ... ... 140,000 The following rates of INTEREST are allowed ,-.11noney deposited at this Branch, viz.: At 7 dasys notice of withdrawal, 3 per cent. per ann. Fixed, l'month ,, , 8 , . , 3 1. It 4 6 inonths and over,, 6 Business Hours Pe...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 6 July 1867
TO, CORRESPONDENTS. Those kind fii?lns .vwho ftweiir us vithl comnmunicatior.s will greatly consult our con venience by sending them in as early in the week as possible. 'T'here is always so muchl to do in a newssnpper oflice on thLe da;y pre vious- to publication, thalt nbthling; but which is abso!utely necessary shonll be required. We this week had soveral tIhvors of" this Lind sent in yesterday wslich might have reached tis at least a day or two earlier. 'Will our correspondents take this hint; kindly, an Ianct up1n it ? S4TUIrDAtY, JULY 6, I67.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 6 July 1867
- - _= _ = .. . --. ? _- r _ = ._ H.?? BIRTII. ' EXCELL,.-On tfieo 2na ist., at CarliCl.-s·teet, East St. ilda, Mrs. Wanlter Excell of a seon. M'NAUGIITON.-On tile 27th ult., at St. Mildn, thile wie of D. MtNIlghltoll, i lollllltjrr, of I so. TUI.NEIt.-On lie Ist i.slt., nt Clylr-ctt?g?, iralhran, tile wifei I Mr. W. I.' turnwr at a son. EIUTCIIINGS.-On the 2nt, i,,it., at I.r resid.ne, S'. EInmond's-ro.le, PrIlran, thle wflle of Chllarles ittcl!ings, of a son. 1Both lilieg well. 5OBERTP'--On thie 1st in'. at W?estblury-setreet' St. K?llda, Mrs. JIuneS ttfred tIobert o It a daughter. I SAVAGIl.-On thile 25th ult., at St. Kilda, Mr-s. Robert Savage of a dalulgilter.
PRAHRAN AND ST. KILDA MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 20 July 1867
PRAHRAN AND ST. KILDA MARKETS. Trese markes . have been well attended' during the week, and both buyers and sellers s seem satisfie-i with the prospects they afford v of mutual advantage. The prices ruling at I each place are very similar, and may be i gathered from the following list: VEGETABL,?o. t Green onions, 44 doz bunches. - Dry onions, 3s. Gd to 4s per ewt. Potatoes, 4s 3d to 4s Gd do. Kidney do., 5s to as do Carrots, ad to 6d doz. bunches.' Celery, 2s Gd to 5s doz. bunches. Watercress, Od doz. o Lettuces: Gd per doz. Dry herbs, 8d doz. bunohes. Turnips, 4d to 6d do. Do, swedo, Is per cwt. , Flowering plants, 6d to 4s Gd Kidiey; beans, lid do. Pens, 2d per lb larsnips Gd per doz. bunches . Rhubarb, is 6d per doz bunches. Bouquets, 2s to G6 do. Radishes, 4d do. Parsley, is do. Vegetable marrows, is to 2s per doz. Canliflowers, is to 5s do, Cabbages, Gd to 2s do. Red cabbage, Is, d' doz. Cucumbers, 6d It is G6d do. Mushrooms, Od lb Spinach, I d.'do, S FaRUIT . Apples, 2d to 4d...
MEMORANDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 20 July 1867
M.E MORANDA. With reference to the trick-played upon us last reek to find oub the name of the author of ia bill we had prunted, we regret to. have to tante. that, having, taken legal advice, we. find. the law is powerless to help us. ' Had this not been the case those who concoctedi the: ;lot would haveI, hd. it put in force against them. leingtlhus deprived of the'power of bringing them. Otherwise to book, we have felt compelled, to. com-. ,lent on their dastardly condus in our leading. columns.. We have been requested to correct an. error in our report of the meeting held in the Prahran ITown.lhall, on the market question, yesterday evening week, where it is statedi"that Mr..Riiloutt 'asked a question. That gentleman was not at the meeting, and consequently could not have taken the action attributed to him. Our reporter evi dently lmistook some other speaker for Mr..R Iidoutt. We willingly make this correction. Services in connrxion with the seventeenth ann'-. versary of the Sabba...
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 20 July 1867
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 10. Before the Mayor(W. Fordl, Es .), and Messrs. J. Wilson and Raillie. A VAGRANT. A young lad, aged about 11 years, named Frank Nimms, was brought up on remand, charged with being a neglected child. He had been found by a constable in the neigh bourhood of Caulfield in a most starved and famished state, and on being brought to.the lock-up said he was an orphan, without brother, sister, or home. His miserable con ditlojh excited the sympathy of all, and nr. Wilson was kind enough to send him a suit of clothes. Greatly was their surprise when on the following morning the brother of the hid put in an appearance at the police court, with refreshments, and intimated that his father would be there shortly.. Mr. Nimms, a resident of Regent-street, Pln'htan, stated that the lad wt s his son, who had run away fiom Ihome on the 1st July, and although he had I made inqrtiries at the Prahran Police Station and elsewhere, lie could learn noth...
CONVICT LABOUR UTILISED. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 20 July 1867
CONVICT LABOUR UTILISED. "-What shall we. do, with our convicts ?" is a question of older date and really more difficult of solution than the cognate one of: " What shall we do with our boys ?" The latter we may make ourselves pretty easy will adjust themselves without-any flagrant violation of naturalslaws, even though we allow matters to take their own course; but !ve cannot afford to be thus quiescent wtlh respect to the former. Jocular though it was, there was a deal of philosophy in. 1Ir. O'Shanassy's answer when the boy query was once propounded in the .House, tiat we "should marry them to. our girls.' For that is undoubtedly their natural fate, and when they have thus fulfilled there mission the necessities' of their existence will urge them to such efforts as will practically silve the query as to what shall be done with them. Unfortunately, however, we cannot thus easily dispose of the criminal question. It.is con stantly cropping up before us-a stumbling block in the way o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 20 July 1867
IIOLLOWAI'8 Pl.LLe.-Imlpurity, of the blood. Many cases contribute to poison the blood : fogs, sudden changes of temperature, and diminished out door exercise are always aloyloying the circulation ; [lolloway's Pills are proved to be the best knortn Purifiers and Correctors. They thoroughly cleanse the blood and regulate its course and distribution. For coughs, golds, influenzn, bronchitis, oppression of the chest, palpitation, goal, and. rheumatismn, these excellent pills have earned for themselves a wdrld-wide reputation: their virtues are extolled fromn polo to pole and their general preservitive lowers utiversally acknowledged.. Holloway's Pills may safely be taken by Femalesoat any age, They will demonstrate themselves to be the surest antagonists, to all disordered. ctionus, andl.,other irregulariles of the system..
A TALE OF HORROR. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 20 July 1867
A TALE OF IIO0I1l P. It was one pleasant afternoon is September that I was escorting Rose to Church-a service f rarely deputed to another. The intense heat of summer hlad passed away, and it was one of those calm, quiet guays, wvhicsh are so delightful in autumn, whei~ the leaves begin to lose their freshness and litlo. " What a delightftul day !" sail Ros, ais she leaned upon my art ; "hoew line it would be to ride this atternoon !" " Beautifil indeed !" said I, "ntnd with your permission I will get a carriage after service, iand we will view the country." " With all imy heart," she answered. " I should enjoy the ride. exceedingly ; there is nothing mnore exhilarating than riding at this season of theo year, when the freshness of summer begins to yield to the approach of winter. It awakes so many pleasing emotions incites fhe heart to virtuous feelings, and fills one with such indefinable sensations of thankfulness to God, at beholding the luxuriant harvest of the fire and ripe bou...
THURSDAY, JULY 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 20 July 1867
. THURSDAY, JULY 11. Before P. Patterson, and 0. I'lle3, Esqs. SLARCIEN.Y. Catherine Aust was charged with stealing a table cloth, valued at £4, the property of William Fitz-Henry, of the South Yarra Club HIotel. Mr. Weller applied for'a post ponement of the ease, as the prisoner had only recently been taken into custody, and he was not prepared with his defence. She was accordingly remanded till Monday, the magis trates stating that they would accept bail the prisoner's husband, in the sum of £10. and one security of £10. ILLEGAL DETENTION OF PROPERTY. David Hearfield summoned William Jones fior illegally detaining a horse, cart, and harness, the propel ty being under the value of £50. Mr. Weller for complainant. Plain tiff deposed that le was a carpenter and joiner, residing in Nelson-street, Windsor, and had lately returned from Gipps Land. In consequence of advertisements which appo;~ed in the Ilr»alr and Ary?s, he, in company with his son, went to 122 Bourke street east, and af...
JUSTICE IN PRAHRAN. To the Editor of the Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 20 July 1867
JUSTICE IN PRAIIRAN. To the Editor of the Te'eraoph. Sir,'-Passing the. town hall last Thursday morning, and having' half an hour to spare, T went into the hall where the court was being held. The 'hbench was occupied by Geo. Pilley and Robt. Paterson, Esqrs , J.P's. and I there heard some of the strangest judicial decisions that ever fell to my lot to hear. The first case I had the pleasure of hearing was T-Tuckle v. Geoch, for rent, in which the defendant admitted owing plaintiff 12s. Gd., which lie (the plaintiff) would not take because lie claimed more. The s t off was t:at.some rates had to be deducted. The defendant offered payment to plaintiff, loess the amount for rates, but the plaintiff. said that as it had gone so far he would leave it to the court to decide whether or not he was entitled to-the whole of the rates. HIa ving stated his case, the plaintiff asked, if he might be permitted to call a witness, when the learned gentlemen on the bench said, "Oh, no, we are quite ...