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MEMORANDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 3 August 1867

MEMORANDA. We are authorised to give a most unqualified contradictiun to a rumour extensively oircs lated in St. Kilds, to the effect that Couo oillor Bunny has retired from his candidature for the St. Kilda Borouglh Council, the state ment being circulated solely for electioneering purposes. What a blunderer is the Age! It is scarcely posslble to take up a number of it withoutdihcover ilg some error that is Indicative of ignorance yls well as carelessness. In its issue of Thursday, after giving thle names of the eight municipal can didates (all, for a "onder, correctly spelt), it says that " the first four named gentlemen are the retiring members." Now we should have thought every one in the newspaper line was well acquainted with the fact that tlree is the legal number of coun cillors who annually. retire from borough councils; We understand that Mr. Wraston (Wizakd Oil Prince) will give one of hi. amusing enter taismeuts in the St. Kilda Town Hall shortly I A subs ription ball is...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THURSDAY, AUGUST 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 3 August 1867

T-.unsn?, AuoUST 1. Before the Mayor (lI. L. Vail, Esq.), and G. Pilley, Esq. IARCENY. Ellen Blrown, was charged with stealing a piece of meat, vnlued at 7s., the'property of Robert L. iluir. Mr. Weller defended the prisoner. The prosecutor, e butcher carrying on' l;usiness in the Gardiner's Creek-road, deposed that on Wednesday morning the prisoner was in his shop, and he saw her put p iece of meat u der her shawl. He followed her when she left hiis premises, found the meat in her poesession, and gave her into custodv, after which she offered to pay for it. The prosecutor's evidence was corifoiorated by John Thompsbn. The prisoner, when asked by the bench, said she preferred to. have the case tried by them in preference to being sent for trial, In her defence she stated that the meat (weighing 15lbs.) stuck.to her shawl. She weas sententenced to a month's hard Iabour. Bridget Warden was charged on remand with stealing a fish, the property of a Chinamnn named Ah-Wood. Mr. Wellei, fo...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INFANTICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 3 August 1867

INFANTIOIDE. There is something frnghtfully appalling in the frequency of this crime; yet we fear that the cases which become known do not show anything like its full prevalence: We belioeve it is np violent assumption to infer, that those insl;ances which cannot be concealed are but a portion-probably thie smaller portion o whi~t actually occur. Our columns to-day contain reports of one sad case at Emerald lil which belongs ? . . .. • b ' " .' - t this category of crime, and of auothei it St. Kilda which we sadly fear will havw :o be thus classed, In both cases the unfojtinate mothers have been committed to tako'their trial, and pending that it would beo mani festly unjust to comment upon the evidence. We: shall only be too thalkful-not for their sakes only, but for the sake of our common humanity-if when the day o trial comes the evidence shall show them t6 be guiltless of the foul crime under the 'mpu. tation of committing which they now sufer. But we think we may not unfairly 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 — 3 August 1867

BIRTtHS. SITITH.-On tile 27tl ult., st St. Kilda, the wife 6f Sydney W. Smith, U.E., of a daughter. WATTS.-On the 17th ult., at Albert-street, Windsor, the wife of W. C. Watts, acting city surveyor, of a son. DRAPEII.-On the a0th uit., at Alma-road, St. Kilda, MIrs. T. II. Draper of a daughter. OSBORNE.-Oh thb 28th ult., at Belmont, la!vern, Mrs. Hlenry Osborne of a son. DEATHI. 1UDGE.-On the26t ul it., at ils residence, Apley terrace, Aeland-street, St. Kilda, Henry Budge, aged forty-nine years. NASIT.-On the B30th bit., at the Royal Hotel, At. Kilda, very auddenl, James Nash, second son of )r. Noash, of the Nok., ,artley, near Worcenter, $.gland, aged thlirtY-seven years. he JdegJrJ'aIh. I SATURDAY, AUGbST' 3, 1867.

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHAT IS NOW TO BE DONE? To the Editor of the Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 7 August 1867

WHAT IS NOW TO 13E )ONE? To the Editor of tle Te'egraph. "Send forth your laboring thoughts Let it'roturn with empty notions fraught Of airy columns erary moment broke, Of circling whirlpotls and of spheres of smoke. Yet this solution but once more affords New change of terms and scaflfolding of words." -Pmton. Sir,-The lines quoted above suggesttd themselves to my mind whilst listening to the farcical exhibition of woulyl-be coun cillors on Saturday'evening week, in the Town Hall. Is it pos}ible that 'we are sunk so low that we are not able' by a combined effort: to rescue the Prabri? Council from the-miserable degradation towarets which it is 'evidently gliding? For tIe sake of the fair fame of the runicipality in s{lich we live, I ask the good men and true to lay aside nll prejudice .and pihty, considei'rtion, and corre out in the open and rescue the Borough of Prabran from utter disgrace. Neither wire-pullets, nor puppet schemers, ncr centralizers,, will, I would fain hope, be t...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FROM AN INSANE CONTRIBUTOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 7 August 1867

FRO31 AN INSANE CONTRIBUTOR. Tune-" Yapkee-doodle." Working men take my advice Kick out all wicked nlawyers- Vote for Charley and old Crois, And strike out all the others. To-ral-loo-ral-loo.-al-lbo, To-rel-loo-ral-a-do. But if you ivoulll your favors share, And think thre not too many, SWhy then, for 7homaa you may rote, But-mind ycu1strike out Widdy. Ta-ral-loo, &o. Bcnar in mind n~hat'eryou do, That'SaJorns aole always forging And other FnLnows seen to live By going out a Oanws-ing. To.ral-loo, &c. There's.one Ithink is rather Yousa * To grace tho council table, But many in the town declare Although he'e 'YoUsG he's able To-ral-loo, &e. I hope you wornt get in a Scorr At my atteomptnat rhyming; Avid if you will voto but for one Then-" Plump for Charley IIutching.:.'.. To-ra!.loo, &e,

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE MARKET. To the Editor of the Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 7 August 1867

THE Mdi ARKET. To the Editor of lth Tepegraph. Sir,-With n certain class ,of persons in this borough the market seems to be a sub ject of permanent importance; and yet, not so much the market itself, has where the market shall be. Baths, dtrainage, Yan Yean, all sink into insignificance before this adl absorbing questiosi, Where shlll the market be? Let us'look at the history of the agitation. SIhe present site in Greville .street was pur chased by the council some' two or three years ago, with the sanction of the electors, fbr the purpose of holding a market there. Not a word ofopposition was heard against the site for the market, and it is only very lately that a few persons liviqg near, or the other side of Commercial-road, have dis covered that it's alto'rether the wiong place. Why so, .I ask ? Oh ! say they, it will be a failure, thie place is hid away, and its too small. Well,' Sir, if that is the only ground for their opposition to Greville-street it is a a very baseless on.,...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MESSRS. YOUNG AND CREWS AT SOUTH YARRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 7 August 1867

MESSRS. YOUNG AND' OREWS AT SOUTH YARRA. MIr. Young addressed a number of -the burgesses of Prahran at the South Yarra Club Hotel, on Tuesday evening, when, on the motion of Mr. Goodwin, seconded by .Mr. Ceratty, Mr. John Thompson was votel to the chair; Mr. Young said he had not in tsnded to call any. public meetings, but had been induced to alter his intention in conse quence of a certain statement which hail been made. During the time he:had been in the council lie had done his best for the interest of the lidroUogh as a whole., The swamp in that locality was a great eyesore. The Public Works Committee, of which he had been' a member, had brought the matter bcfobre Government, and he. hoped that next year some money would be voted towards the drainage of the swamp: Tle general drainage of the borough would also occupy the atten tion of the council...It was intended that South Yarra should be better..lighted, but they had had some difficulty with the Gas Company, whlo, hl believed...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"FACTS AND TRUTHS" To the Editor of the Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 7 August 1867

To tIe Edit r of the Tee? ,grap?.. Sir,-1 did not s o until lato this (Wed nesday) afternoon, a bill bearing the above oeading-too late for ime to attempt a reply to it in~.e.tenso in your present number. A. more spitefully malicious, diabolically menda-" cious document it has not been my lot to, see for some time. I [hope no election will be influenced .by it. Its seemingly specious. statements are capable of the easiest contra diction. It bears gn the face of it evidence of its authorship, and I -think I am not for wrong when I say it was concocted by one whose name is not Kyte, assisted by his wbrthy henchman and plrompter, old " can tankerous." I ask the electors to show their detestation of. hig wretchedly ill-concocted sct'wl, by makingl Mr. Young's return safe. He is worthy of yopur confidence. ONE WHO HIATES MEANNESS.

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 7 August 1867

MR. ROBERT ALWAY MIR. 3IATTHEW STEPHENS And MIR. JAMES WOODMIASON have been nominated, to supply the vacan'e e caused by the retirement by rotation of Y:r. alway and Mir. Woodmason. A 1OLL will be 1taken on Thursday, 8th August, between 8 t.tn. and 4. p.m. THQS. G. ]IENRY,. Returning Olfficer. Gardiner, Augusli, i, 1867. B.OOKI L L I NG, I AND PRINTING 'STABLISHKENT, CIAPEL STIEET, PRAHRAN. (Near tle Town Hall.) W. II. OS3IET .returns his sincere thanks for the liberal patronee lie has re ceived since he commenced business as a Printer. His new premises being now -com pleted, he has added the BOOKSELLING and STATIONERY DEPARI I'ME.NT.3 to the Printing, and- trusts that in l:is new venture he will heeat with equally liberitl support from the public. Ie 'invites inspec tion qf his stock, which has boon selected with care, rind ~vill bo offered at prices that cannot fail to give:satisfaction. COLONIAL & ENGLISH 3190K8, NEWS PAPERS, &c., Procured to order. And Delivered ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE CANDIDATES AND THEIR CHANCES. To the Editor of the Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 7 August 1867

TH1E CANDI:DATES AND THEIR CHANCES. To the Editor of the Teltgraph, Sir,-Permit me to make a few observations anent the local elections, to be decided to morrow, and I will be as briefas.,possible. In. Pralran the public spirit (if I may so term it) appears to be exceeiingly strongly developed, as.witiness the numerous array of ,andidates for municipal honours, and from these the burgesqes have only to.select three. But does it at all strike the electors that election, to a seat in the council includes within its possibilities the mayoralty, and, as a matter of course the chief magistracy of he borough for the time beillg (hesides a con tingent twelvemopth)? that the persons chosen should be perfectly eligible, not alone in bnklk credit, but also possess a reasonable 'amount of education, an unchallenged reputation, and an unobjectionable social position ? I make no animadversion upon the candi dates offering themselves, further than the above, for till have a ,ight to offer their s...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ELECTION MEETING IN ST. KILDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 7 August 1867

ELECTION MEiCTI G. STr. ILD A.. On 'Tlueday- evenin" last a pul.l em eting. was held in the St, Kila t 'oTwn-hall, Icnvened i by the Mayor .at the rseq!est otf !a lairge number of hIur'esses, flr-the purpose of givin the ratepayers tin oppprtunity of hgiaring the views entertained by the' various candtidtea presenting thllmselves ftr electioi'tp t the ofice of boroahgl conuucillbr. 'h'lie hall ,ias' quite 'ull, and the hIMaor presided. Tlbe chairman having briefly stated the. objects of the isieeting, called on Mi. Onioucii to address the megling. He said it was unfortunate that the ;lt should ha've fallen on him, as a new aspirant,.to address the meeting first. It.tonk himn it a disadvantage. He considered that next to the popular entertainments of the ptnny reqdings there was not a more amnsing matter to the burgesses than tql hoar the candidates undergo a thorough criticism; but on this occasion lie did not think that the difference of opinion would be a strong point in the fate ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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PRAHRAN IN DANGER. To the Editor of the Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 7 August 1867

PItAHIRAN IN DANGER. 7b the Editor of the 2eleyraph. Sir,-A- curious episode in municipal elec. tions is at the present moment transpiring in Prahlran. No less than eight candidates are in the field for three vacant seats ! Two more were promised, but they very judi ciously hluled off when they saw the array against them.. An old trick is again being practised on the electors of this borough, in bringing forward the Hon. T. 'H. Fellows as a candidate for councillorship. But I hope the burgesses'this time will marik the sense of.his formner conduct, of resigning shortly alter he ras elected, by abstaining to vote for him in the present contest. No earthly season is there at this moment for such an exhibition. Were there not elready in the field four ex-councillors and several other well-qualified gentlemen - of all shades of opinion-ieady and willing to do the muni cipal worlts, which IMr. Fellows, from his multifarious other occupations, his being a non-resident, end above in dignit...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AN ELECTION TIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 7 August 1867

AN ELECTION TIP. BY THE PEOPHET. Having accepted a commission from you; Mr. Editor, as soon as 'the nominations were completed, to keep my eyes and eard open, with the view of prognosticating the likely winners in the municipal contest which is to come off to-morrow, I duly set to work, and will now give your readers the 1enefit of my observations. And first, as ly far the easiest portion of my task, I wi'l dis pose of ST. KILDh. Hero the threeretiriugcoqncillors (Messrs. Bunny, Tullett, and Peterson) offer :them solves for re-election, and I may at once say I have no doubtthat they will be retlrned. I cannot' conidiyo- that Mr. CropUoh or his supporters think they can displace either of these gentlem .n; and in my opinion he has been brought forward. more wvith a view to' a future contingency than that of oesent election. Unless these is a desire to change for change' sake .ierely, I believe, although he will poll respe:tably, he will still be the rejected candidate. PnaBxa.r. Here...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 7 August 1867

PRAUIBRAN- BOtRO?GH ELECTION. NOTICE is hereby given, that the fol lowing gentlemen -iavo been duly. nominated as candidates for the oflice of councillor for the Borough of Prahran, in the place ofiounucillors Crews, Widdicombe, and Younlg, .who retire by rotation and are eligible for re-election:- CREWS, .TOHN BRANSCOMBE FELLOWS, THOMAS HOWARD - HUTCHINGS, CHARLES SCOTT, J.AMES SISMITH, ROBERT MIURRAY THOMAS, THEOPIHILUS WIDDICOMBE, JOHN YOUNG, GEORGE. The bumber of candidates being in excess of the iumber of the councillors to be eleefed (namely, three), . POLL Will be taken on Thursday, the 8th day of Augast, com -mencihg at 8 o'clock a.m. and closing at 4 o'clock' p.m., at the following places: All burgesses registered in the South Yarra division w?hich is bounded by the -'.Bouin~ltry-road on the cast, the Punt-road en the west, the. river Yarra on the north, ;und Commercial-road on the south, must pop1 pa follpws: A A to K.-Booth No. 1.-Mr. Evans' anution-room, Gardiner's Creek...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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CORRESPONDENCE. [It must be distinctly understood that the opinions of correspondents published in this journal are in nowise indentified with it. Then only object is, as far as possible, to give every opportunity for the expression of public opinion.] THE CANDIDATES CRITICISED. To the Editor of the Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 7 August 1867

CORRESPONDENCZ, [It must be distinctly understood that the Spinions ofcorreqsoidents published in thij yournal are in nowise identjied with it. 7The only object is, asfar as possible, to give every opportunity for the expression of public opinion.] THE CANDIDATES CRITICISED. Tp the Editor of the Telegroph. Sir,-Those burgesses of Jrahran who, up to.within a very short time of the 'closing hour for reeeiving nominations, feared there would be a paucity of candidates for imni cipalihonours, inust have experienced a large degree of astonishment at the plethora which the daily journals of last Thursday m?sdo known. 'I, speaking individually, certainly feel flattered at so many gentlemen seeking the favour of my'vote and interest. If in the multiplicity of councillors there is wie,. dom, what must there be in the multiplicity of candidates ?i' threo vacancies an4 eight aspirants ' Thdthero mention of sucli a number is enough to take away the .breath' of such a humble upit in the body-mun...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"THE HAPPY DESPATCH." [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 7 August 1867

"'THE HA.PPY DESPATCH." There is a singular custom in that singular country, Japan, known as " the happy despatch:" When:any public servant his committed some indiscretion of an unusual character, 'nd the powers that be wirh to get rid of hinr,'they send to the offender a knife on a plate. He knows what is meant by this intimation, and with tie ins:iument thus convoyed to him puts an end to his exist ence by layina open his abdomen and thereby allowing his bowels to fall out. The result is of course his death, and the consummation of " the hapi y despatch." We should not like to see so effectual a mode of getting rid of an obnoxious' 'public servant literally adopted in this country, bqt if we could have a figurqtive copy of it, it woqld be a great public benefit.' For instance, if a member say pf a borqugh council, who had made himself oboxiobus to his follow-burgesseis and coun cillors, -was expected to resign orn a clear intimation being given him that auch a coqrse would be for ...

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 — 10 August 1867

BIRTHS. • MEA.RES.-On the tGLh inst., at Grosvenor us, ;Walsh street, South Yaarrl, Mrs. George are fot a daughter. DEAThS. CAMFPBELT.,.-On the 3rd inlet.. at hils resnene, B'aulrett--.tret St. Kld:,, Daheahoy Campbell, SE'q., aged fitly-nix yeacs. )ETMIOLD.-On tlhe thl inst., at Walah-slltreet Stlith 'arra, of scarlot fever, followed by,diph; tslerin, Annie Eliztbethl, third daughlter of Mlr. VW. ketmaold, aged four' years seven and a-half months. ' 14HIMIST ER.-At hnis re?idaencr' Rldeigh- treet, Widdsor, ,uly 28th, fromn maliglaut sore'slroat. William Pl'him?ster, aged ffllty-three, deeply regretted by all who kblew him. SSATURDA.Y AUGG' 10, 18g7.

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THE "TIP" VERIFIED. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 10 August 1867

THE "TIP" VERIFIED. Br THE PsOtotET. It I were madly to irush into tile middle of thle street shouttieg lo t",iipk I!- ere to take offmy hat and ' sky" it with a terrific hurrah-or do any othler apparently m;tdcap trick in the exlberance of my joy at tile good luck, if you won't give me credit for prescience, that has attended my atieinpt to "sppt" the winners in the just*over municipal ocmtests, I don't think either you, Sir, or your readers would think it anything but natural. I am but human; and therefore. if I do feel somewhat excited at miy success, it is not to be wondered at. Still, lest I should he undily elevated, the Fateshave dashed m. ctp of happiriess with one drop of bitter; and that,- too, where I thought I was safest. Let me..dispose. of my fhilure first, I confess:to being surprised at the return of Ir. Crouch for St. Kilda. I thottght he he would run the others close, but that he would head the. poll never for one moment entered my imagination; and I can only attri...

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 — 10 August 1867

.Banks. TEE N?OTIONAL BANK OF •AUS TRALASIA. PRAHRAN BRANCH. .. Chapel Street. a. id-up Capital ... ... £540,000 'Reserv Furid... ...... 140,000 isThe following rates of INTEREST are allowed on money deposited at this Branch, viz.: At?7: days' notice of withdrawal, a.per cent. per ann. aixed, I month ,, . ,, 3 ,, 3 ,, a ,, 6 " monthes and over,, :6 , Business Hours-. I"en to Three; 'Saturdays, Ten to Twelve. And foi the convenience of the public this Branch will be OPENED for the receipt of deposits be tween the hours of Nine and' Ten o'clock on SATURDAY EVENINGS. GEOaiGn E. TOLHURST, MIanager. H"E COMMERCIAL BANK OF AUSTRALIA. S?LIMITED. SST. KIYDA BRANOH. High Street, Near Junction. PThe following rates of INTEREST are allowed on paooey deposited at this Branch:- At 7 day's notico of withdrawal 3 per cent. per ann. Fixed, l. inonth ,, ,, 3 ,, ' , 8 , .,, , ,, S , and upwards 6 ,6 Business hours Ten to Threp?. Saturdays, Ten to Twelve. SATURDAY EVENINGS-Eight to Ten.' iD afts issue...

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