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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 10 March 1866

Auctioneers, Estate Agents, &c. J.B. CREWS, and CO., AUCTIONEERS, HOUSE AND LAND . AGENTS, i." Chapel Street, Prahran.;- ' ,,: , : (Agent for the Victorian Insurance Companies.); AGrENCY OFFICES '4 E :* . FOR . . Letiting and Selling Houses and Land;, IN 9sUTIn Y'ARRA AND ITS VICINITIES ARBE NOW OPPOSITE TE RAILWAY BTATION, GA]RD1I1ER'S CREEK ROA1D., AuctiOneer, Estate Agent, and Valuator.-Loans S Negotiated. Agent for the Australasian Fire ana Life Insurande , Compan. , . SWILLIAM GROVE, VALUATOR, AND GENERAL AGENT, s8. KIIDA AUCTION MART, 5iCT Q IONbT. . . TBEGS to give. noticeo that his large andcpnm ' niodious premises in Barkly-street, Junction, St. Kilda, is now open for the reception of Furniiture and Gcneral Merchandise, either for sale by public auctiqn or privatecontract, . Sparties removing.,desirous of selling theirF ur niture or other property either by public auction or private sale will'find moderate charges com bined with despatch inhrendering account sales. ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROAD BOARD AMENITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 10 March 1866

ROAD BOARD AMENITIES. The reports we publish from week to week of the doings at the meetings of the various road boards in the district in which the felegraplh circlulates, are not usually the lightest reading in the world, We question whether they are perused by any who are not interested in the matters they refer to. And yet they are not always so dry and uninterest ing as the casual observer might think. Let one of these take up any one of our issues for the past five or six weeks, and' referring to the report therein contained he will find matter that will .astonish and surprise him,. thoughl we questiou if he will approve of it. To . the hiunters diter. sensation, who are bla?. with the usual dislles served up to them at the tlheatres, we would recommend a visit to the meetings of some of these road boards. They will there, if they are fortunate in their visit, experience a real sensation which will ,fill them with delight. ' It is not unnaturally expected .that those who under...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE WARD QUESTION IN PRAHRAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 10 March 1866

?HEWA-RD QUES'rTION IN PRAHRAN. Mr. James Scott may thank an attack of ickness, which la't week completely disabled as from attending to the most trivial business netter; for the insertion of his letter on "A j ,ivision of thie Borough of Prahran into WVards," without an accompanying corrective tatement. Wenever saw' the precious pro luction until it was in print, and then felt onsiderable annoyance that our illness should ave been the cause of allowing such an njust.and ungenerous attack upon a worthy licijal to. have seven days in which todo its insidious work. Most of the facts which Mr. John Campbell brings forward in his letter in another column were within our cognizance; and althoughn we* should 'not, had we seen it-in accordance with our well-known plan if giving both sides a fair hearing-have refused insertion to Mr. Scott's letter, we should ceitainly have accompanied the bane with its antidote, The expose which MI, Campbell makes of Mr. Scott is so thlorough and complete ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ST. KILDA BOROUGH RATES. To the Editor of the Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 10 March 1866

THE ST. KILDA BOROJUGH RATES. To the Editor of the Telegraph. Sir,-Will you please to inform me why the St. Kilda Council are demandinlg the whole year's rates at once. Surely it is bad enough to pay taxes half-yearly. Are they shorlt, like many folks, on account of the tariff? Can they legally make the demand ? To grumble and pay is the English privi lege; and this we claim at the presenc time. The main drain is done; the sea-wall is finished; the streets are in tolerable order, when the kerbing is not considered. So we are at a loss to know what excuse there is for it. Should they have the new town-hall in view we perhalps might look over it; i not we shall remember them at the next elec tion. Information on the above will be gladly read by numnerous sufferers, as well as. your humble servant, JONES. St. Kildo, March 9.

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. JAMES SCOTT AND THE WARD QUESTION. To the Editor of the Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 10 March 1866

CORRESPONDENCE. ' JAMES SCOTT AND TIIE WARD QUESTION. To the Editor of the 'le.rapoh. Sir,-I have often thought that if any one is desirous of throwing dirt at another there is no surer way of making it stick, for at least eight days, than by sending a letter to a weekly journil-li cannot be rubbed off until next day of publication. The truth of this is pretty well exempliinea by the letter of Mr. James Scott in your last ssue, wherein he commenced by stating that your report of the meeting of the ward and anti-ward deputations at the office of the Chiel Secretary lately was incorrect. He does not attempt to show how it was incor rect, but launches out upon the extraordinary discov'ry which was made in the office of the Chief Secretary by Messrs, Crews, Lacey, and Scott, namely, that the plan of sub division handed by me to the Chief Secretary was in the hvnd.writing of the town clerk. Mr. James Scott might have informed you in his letter that I explained to the Chief Secre tary and...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PITH OF PARLIAMENT. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 10 March 1866

PITH OF IPARCIAMENT. Tr)EanrY. : In the Council, the Hon. t. e. .Anderson was suorn in as a member for the Eastern Province On the motion of Mr. Mitchell, t?e questions affecting the constitution of:the Council were referred to the following seleet committe :--Messrs. Higeett, Lowe, Miller, Sladen, Fraser; Follows, Degraves, Cole Fawkner and Mitchell. 1 The Tairiff Bill was brought up fronm the Assembly and readfa first time. A long discussion then took place oni the motion of ihe hen. Mr. Miller that th seeond'i reading of the bill should be made an order of thelr day for the day fola, lowing. sMr. Sladen' moved an amendment, post poning the second reading for a week. This propo sition was strongly opposed by Mr. Miller on the part of the Governmentt He said that no reason had been given for such uunecessaiy delay. The delay' had been most mischierous to trade already. The question had been thoroughly argued and there was no need of further postponement. He hoped hen. members would...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FRIDAY, MARCH 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 10 March 1866

Fany, MAorCH 9. Before tlhe Mayar (W. Fordl, Esq), and I. Tullett, T. Baillie, J. Wilson, and T. M'Oombie, Esqs. JI ndR OFFENCES. Elizabeth RIushall was fined 2s. Od. for allowing her chimney to catch fire.-M. Wynn was fined 2s. Od. for allowing a horse to twander; Michael lHogan; 4s., for allowing foulr cows to wander, the cows=having been impounded; and ISnmuel Cantello, G5s., for allowing one cow ,to wander. SMnLL DEBTS. SBurton Pynsentiv. James Hertogs. Goods, £3; Os. 6dI.. Amount awarded, with 5s. costs. -W . D. Pricey. Allen. Work and material, £q 9s. 6d. Defendant having proved to the satisfaction of the bench that plaintiff had received more than the amount owing to him, the casewas dismissed, with Os. 6d. costs. Joseph Hornick was summoned to shdw casse why he should not pay £3 6s. for calls on shares, due to the Star ot the South Gold Mining Company, on order having been obthained for tihe sum claimed. Mr. Sievwright fos complainsnt. 9Defendant deposed that he had no means...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMPLIMENTARY DINNER TO SERGEANT DOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 10 March 1866

COMPLTMENTARY 'DINNER TO SER GEANT DOWLING. As a mark of the 'esteem which Sergeant P. Dowling has secured during his ten years residence in Prahrqn, in charge of the police, a complimentary dinner was given him in the Royal .George Hotel, Prahran, 'o0n Monday evening last, on the occasion of his removal to Creswick. There were between 50 and 60 persons present. Councillor "J. B. Crews ocoupied the chair, and Councillor 'J'. .Dickson the vice-chair. The tables groaned with good cheer, served up in a manner which reflected credit on the host, Mr. James, and they were done justice to by the party. After the usual loyal' toasts had been given, the chairman proposed the toast of the evening i Our Guest," and remarked that in so doing it. wias with.mingled . pleasure and regret; . pleasure at seeing that Mr. Dowling's public services had been appreciated, and regret at losing so eficient an officer. The sergeant had been in the borough for some ten years, and during that time had by his ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A WITTY BUTCHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 10 March 1866

A WITTY BUTCREn.-A few years ego a butcher of Caen libight a calf of a canrle. jobber in the invirors. Half a gallon of cider was to clench the bargain, and the butcher jocosely observed, lin conversation, rrs;n other things, that he ment to smuggle tie calf into town in hbroad da5'light, aund to pasr the octroi, or custopns' barrier, pullicly, with out paving. The cattle-desler declared this to be impossible, tnd a wager was nCcord ingly laid between him and the butcher, who merely made this condition, that the lda~dr should lend him his dog' for hallf an hour. He put the dog into a largo' sack, whliii he threw over his shoulder, and erway he truged to thecity. On reaching the octre i hdeclrored that he had nothing to pay,; as there was only: a dog in the sack, Wehich ite had just bought and shut up, that hbe might nrt find his way to his 'former man!ster. 'JThe ofticersdf tlre octrol:would not 'takle his story on trust, bdit insisted on seeing tlie dog. Thd burtcliher was therefor...

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, MARCH 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 10 March 1866

POLl E INTELLIGENCE. PrAitILRAN COURT. MoNDAY,: MAlcn . . Before W T'empleton, :P.M.,' J. B. Crews, and J. Pliugh, :Esqsr J.P.'s.. James I illeck was charged by Mary 'Ann Lynch with an assaulti with intent to commit a r'apeB Cbnplainint !deposedl: that shelo was a single woann and a general servant. OnI the?26th ult. she engnged the prisoner to drive her and a man named George Cordon to Toorak, for .wvhich.she paid'him 3s.: OQn her reitin to Ilelbourne prisoner comnmenced pul- I lingp herasout in his.dar, and made improper overtures to..iher, and wlilo resisting him he. knockedl lipp doswn'and rqbbed her ofs £8 1s . This.o?hr?rred oppqsite the soldier's bar racks, on thp St. Kilda-road, at half-past niue o'clock,. Witness screamed, and when an.ther ciibman came to her assisttnce the IPriooner gpt in her car and drove off towards St.: Kilda In cross-examination by Mr. Repd the plaintiff admitted that she had two illcitimnatc children; that she called at the Toornk Hotel and had two g...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TAXATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 10 March 1866

TAXArTIOr.-The taxes are indeed oppres sive, yet if those imposed by the Government were all we had to pay we might contrive to diacharge them. Unhappily, we have many others, and they are much more grievous to bear. We are tased twice as much by our idleness, three timnes as much by our pride, and four' times as much by our folly; and from these tdxcs the commisslonors cannot relieve us by making any abatemenot. SuPERSaTIrON.-It is ditlicult to mark the limits of superstition. . A Frenschman travellisig in Italy thinks every thing he sees superstitious; thi Archbishop of Cpnterbury aesserts that theio Archbislsop of Paris is super stitious; the Presbvterian flings the same imputation mt the Arlchbishop of Canterbury; and in his turn is deemed superstitions by tihe Quaker, who, in the eyes of some other Christians, appears the most supe~stitious of all. LEN~OTH Op A MILO.- The mile vraies in lengtih in diffrent countries. For example: the English mile is 1,760 yards; the Russian, 1,...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, MARCH 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 10 March 1866

ST. KILDk COURT. TUESDAY, MARncH 6. Befoe the -Mayqr (W. Ford Esq.), T. Baillie, and M. Patterson, Esqs. : AtSAULTS. Maria.Stirling chiarged John T'rhwaites with assaiuling her. Plaintiff said she had been in defendant's employ as a servant bor about five months. He o'dered her to leave with out!a moment's notice, and struck her. She had previously hlnd a dispute with Mrs. Thwanites. Defendant stated that plaintiff called Mrs. Thwaites and himself liars, upon whichl he merely pushed her out of the house, and denied that hie had committed the alleged assault. He paii her all the money due to her, and gave her a week's wages in lieu of notice to leave. Tie case was dismissed. SCaroline Fraser charged Henry BaFggs with an assault. Mr. Sievwright for com plainant. Plaintiff, who is landlady at the Greyhound Hotel, Brighton-road, said that on baturday week her attention was called to defendant's dray, which was in her yard. She asked him why it was there, and he re plihid that he was goi...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THURSDAY, MARCH 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 10 March 1866

1 TnRsDAY, MAnRCH 8. Before the TIi~sor (J. Snowball, Esq.), and W. Tem leton, P.MI., and J. Clough, Esqs. ASSAULT AND LARCENY. James, Killecl was:charged 'by MIary Lynch with an assault withintent to commit a rape, and witlh stehiling £8 15s. The ease was postponed last court day for the produc tion of fiurther evidence. T'he first charge was dlismissed. The prosecutrix was recalled and cross-examined by Mlr. Read. She said she had been in the service of Mr. Henry, of the Village Belle Hotel, for a fortnight. Mr. Henry ;did not put lier out of the house, but she left because she had a bad thumb and received lIa pound as wages. She did not know Mv. Young, who was drowned in the Yarra, hut the police were after her because he rode with her in a cab to Brunswick. She had kept ashop in Little Bourke-street, but denied that she had lived there for the purposes lof prostitution. She stopped there alout seven months ago with a MIrs. Hassett, who was ill; but she was not in any way concern...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MEMORANDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 10 March 1866

MEMORANDA. I. In anticipation of the vacancy which will occur in the Borough Council of Prahran through the ab-' sconding of Mr.. Fox, we have received intimation that Mr. Miller, of Commercial-road, and Mir. H. J. i Olarke, of. the Dandenoug-road, intend offering their I services to the burgesses. An error occurred in our last impression which has I given rise to no little merriment in Prahran, and has even excited the mirth of our lacighter-loving con temporary Punch. To any 'one who understands the technicalities of . printing-ollce it will be easy enough to comprehend how it occurred, but to others it is a mystery we are hopeless of explaining. We refer to the two lines at the end of Mr. Crews's auction advertisement of the sale of the effects of Sergeant Dowling, announcing that the sale would be under the "patronage of the mayor and councillors of the Borough of Prahran." These two lines, instead of appearing at thle bottom of Mr. Crews's advertise ment, should have headed tha...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 10 March 1866

T OST, since 2:3rd Februiary, a WHITE Li POODI',i PUPt ('itel). "Finder rewarded oni rctlIrninig saml' o Itiichlln, ndl oll-gate. TUESDAY, MARCH 13. .. Sale of the " STOCK of GROCERIES &c., And HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE of Mr. Forrest       Burns, Chapel-street, Prahran.   MR. JAMES EVANS is instructed by Mr Forrest   Burns, previous to his leaving Prahran, to SELL   by AUCTION, . The whole of his grocery stock, in lots to suit the convenience of private families. After which the furniture will be sold. Also a strong spring   cart, fit for any work, and two young store pigs, in excellent condition.   Sale 12 noon, on Tuesday next. Auctioneer's offices, opposite Gardiner's Creek-road Railway Station. TUESDAY, MARCHI 13. ?Murphy-street, South Yarra. - Unreserved Salo Of Superior Hrousehold Furniture, Pianos, Carriage, Horses, Brittany Cow, &c. To New Arrivals, Parties Furn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 17 March 1866

Dress and Fasilon. COOKSON & BROWN, Sutccossors to G. " J. RSP1E, 41 ndl t. BOCUREE STREET, MELBOURS E SIIAE on hand d large end well-selected stbelc l f g' ods, suited to the present season, con isting of the richest and most varied de-criptiol of esery article connected with GENTLEMEN'S PRESS. I - COA:'IN'Gs. I SCOTCII AN?p ENGLISH TWEEDS. I FRIENCt TROUSFERINGS AND VST''INGS, O1 the cut Maoerials aner l n eod st Designs. e WIITIrI, DRESS SHIRTS, New'est and most Approved Shapes. fClI'MEAN SHIRTS, In Silk, Silk and Wool, and Fancy Flannels, i great a Triety, own make. Fancy Silks and Flannels in the piece ~or making up, to order, every attention being paid tdl have.them tloroughly slhronk. Potterns and direptions for self mnoasurement shnt ir~co'.?t 'poso. io'aby . ddress.i' ; - COLLARS, CUFFS, LINKS, &c., &c. LAMBSWOOL, SXOTNY, IERINO" , And I SPUN SIl.K UNI)ERCLOTIItNG, From the Best Manufactories. DEN~T'S TOWN-M)DE KIID GLOVES. DENT'S DRIVING GLOVES. 'DE...

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 — 17 March 1866

HOtlsB, Breweries, &c. STAR HOTEL, . CORNE1R" O - Dandenong i3oad and Chapel St, Prahran FIRST-CLASS WIN S, ALE, PORTER, AND SPIRITS. LIVERYI~A?ND BAI~T STABLES. SJOBE GRIFFIN,;'PropIrietor. •~~ ~ .': . . , $ubur'ba Railway Hotel, GARDIeRS CREEK ROAD. ,AI, AWI , 1 IT, k,of the FINIEST ?IAIHDS ADAM SMITH; Projrieetor. The LIVERY and BAIT STABLES now occu pied by Mr. Adam Smith, late G. Brown, are open for ioretclosf stables and loose boxes for hunters. Carriages for wedding parties, single and double buggies and saddle horses for hire at the shorteot notice. Little lack Horner lives.at the corner, Chapel-street and the Brighton-road High; For Wines, Brandy, or Rum, yoj'll findif you come, That the quality 's worth a Jew's eye. GIROSVEN!R ARMS, And Brighton Half-way House, St. Kilda-rood, near Balaclavra St?llon,by HENWY R. HARWOOD, Of the Melbourne Theatres. N.B.-An excellent Cri?pet lround, close fenced, for private matches, or holiday parties. Quoits, Bagatelle, &c....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 17 March 1866

Business Directory. MEDICAL. A. F. White, Chemist and Druggist, (the post oficel Chapti street, Prahran. STOREKEEPERSB, OROCERS, &C. J. Gummer, Wholesale and Retail Grocer, Chapel street, opposite Union-street, P'rahraen. E. Rule, Grocer and Provision Dealer, corner;of 1Igh and Chapel streets, P'rahran. PAINTERS, PLUMBERS, &Ce. E. Roberts, Sign, Coachl, and Ornamental Painter opposite Saw Mills, Chapel-street, Prahrln. William Hague, Plumber, T'insmith, and Gastltter, sext to the church of Englaud School IHouse, Chapel treet,Prahran. Charles Gallop, Coaclhmaker and Wheelwvright in general, Horseshoer, &c., Chapel-street, niar Gardiner's Creek-road, PrIahrana. msestil~i~aoculse. Samuel Levitt, Watclmaker, Jeweller, and Sslver smith, H'gh-street, St. Kiiia. E. Lowe. House, Land, and Estate Agent, Union street, Windsor. oness, Bookseller, Stationer, &c., Chapel-stret, Pmrahran, opposite Town-hall. J, Romanis Funeral Undertaker, Chapel-street Prahran. and...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. TO MARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 17 March 1866

ORIGOINAsI POETRI''Y.. TO MARY. I've lov'd thee long, I've lv'd tlee well, How fondly, God alone can tell. Yes, thou art dearer far to me Than aught on earth agaitn can ho. Oft I am nsad and lonely now, When no lov'd one is near; No hand to cool my fever'd brow. Or wipe the falllllg tear. And yet, even in my naddest hourd, I have sweet thougoht of thee, They come like odonr from the flowern, Or breeze from southern seaa. They bid me hope in days to come, When all may yet be well; They picture forth our cottage-home, Where nought but love may dwell And thinking thus my heart grows strong, From strife and tumult free; I'll take my place amongst tile throng, I'll work, I'll live for thee. FAOQvsAs.

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THE MAIL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 17 March 1866

TIHE MAIL NEWS iFor months past, on the tardy arrival of aeh successive mail, we have hadl this small onsaoltion for the infliction-that thdie news rought h'as usually been of an unimportant ature. When we. .erely learn that li-r fajesty and the Rloyal Family are in good celth-that the fical po.icy of Enghsnd mntinues to improve-that thi nations of urope are at peace, and so forth, although, ill we do not feel moved to any special ex- j tement. This month, however, the dulness I as been broken-and in a manner which we 3 tould haire been:too well pleaed to hive ispensed with. We should only be too glad ow to hear the complaint which has hereto re fallen upon our ears with such aninoying quenocy, "There's no news by the' mai! is month." We have got news-and-news hici willcarry consternation to every uman heart, andti woe andtl wailing into many household. The first announcement that he LIondon was lost paralysed the vhole community. Men and women nomeutarily heli their breath with hor...

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