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Air—Paddle your own Canoe. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 17 August 1867
Air-Paddle your own Canoe. :Now Iutchings appeoned at the close of the poll And said it's a regular do, Througlout the election I have had To paddle my own canoe ;. But though not pleased at being fdurth, Every voto was honest and true, .n future I'll stick to my oysters and fruit, `-And paddle my own canoe. But it strikes mo that with a crews like this. And no doubt it occurs to you, It don't do to have such a very thick scull When you paddle your own canoe. I hope I've amused you with my song, The last verse I've come to, And I trust you all approve of the way I've paddled my own canoe. In making.yout lngh-I may have done A pen'north of good to you; If so, I joyfully h"mowards now Shall paddle my own canoo. When the neat elcotion comes oft hero,' Just let me hear from you ; "f And I'll come out again and reokofi'bu:up, And paddle my own canoe.:: . .
POLICE INTELIGENCE. ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, AUGUST 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 17 August 1867
P O?LE INTELIGNENCoE. ST. KILDA COURT. TUISDAY, AUGUST. 18. Before thel?Iayor (W. Ford, Esq.), and T. Baillie, Esq., J.P's. CRUELTY TO A HORSE. Robert Baker was summoned for cruelty to horse, A witness named Stewart stated ioat on the day of election he. saw the de fendontcommence whipping his horse in Grey. street about 100 yards from Fitzroy-street,, which he continued until he- past the George. eotel without. any provocation int all. And on stopping hle str.ck the aninibls a number of blows on the nose with the butt end ot his whip; Witness balled the attention .of several cabman to the fact, who were all jponimous that it would have beep far better applied round the driver's shoulders. A greater piece of wanton cruelty he had ne t seen for at long time. Defendlant admitted that he gave, the horse a few cuts. . Ir. Campbell, the defendant's employer, said he tad on the following morning I heard of the occurrnce, and on eanminationr had failed to .discover any marks of the ill-usa...
Air—Just Before the Battle, Mother. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 17 August 1867
Air-Just BVfore the Battle, A?otler. Just before the polling, Widdy At the booths there took his stand With his cards, and fondly pressed them Into overy voter's hand. Don't forget usme, urged poor Widdy,. I have done my best you see ; If you've an idea of plumping, P'raps you'll just remember me. CeonRUs. Faroswell Wieldy, you will never With the council sit again, Go and ply the slim yard measure,. And fromn politics abstain. Drop a tear for bashful Widdy, He's defeated, poor dear soul, His unfortunato position Is the seventh on the poll. Suiely if le's in his senses, Stand again he never will; I've no doubt he vainly wishes He'd not got thaint little bill CHORUS. Farewell Widdy, you will never With the council sit again, Go and ply the slim yard measuro, And from public life refrain.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 17 August 1867
: OAKLEIGII AND MULGRAEVI DIS TRIcT BOARD, Fr L ? terms of the-undermentioned combined . OFFICES expiring on the let October next, APPLICATIONS roe intittd to be spnt in by 430 . pm.t on Thursday, August 29th, addressed to the Chaiurmn of the Board. The salaries attached lhprolt hare been fixed by tteo boattd as under; ongineer, ;50 perannum. i Clerk, Treasurer, and Dog Registrar, to fild peelrity . to the pldpont of £100, £59 per anntln. Valuer, Collector, and Dog Inspector, to find security to the amount of £100, £t0 per annum, and Gd for each dog registered. By order of the Board, W. If. WASTELL District Clerk. Oaklcig1, August 17, 1867, i AT GEO. WALLIS and CO., 13 Eliziabeth 1 . screet, near station, 41P ., Cement, Plaster, Eharhenware, Drain Pipes, Gartlen Edgings, Guiter Bricks and Tiles, 'luwer Iots, &c., CHEAP. HE FATHERS of I the SOCIET'Y of JESUS are about cotlnniencinlg their NEW C1URG]I1, on icllhmond-hill. They respeotful y solicit aid from their fr'ends. Sub?r...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 17 August 1867
... Banks. TE NATIONAL. BANK OF" AUS S 'TRALASIA. PRAERAN BRANCH. Chaipel Street. ?' Taid-upCapital . £540,000 Reserve Fund... 140,000 The following rates of INTEREST are allobved on money deposited at tlis .Branch,' vz.: . At 7 days' notico of withdrawal; 3 per cent. peri.aani' Fixed, 1 month'. 3 i mi?tls.and over,, : 6 ,,- - . Business: Hours-: . fen to Three; Saturdays, Ten to: Twelve. And for the convenience of the public this iBranch will be OPENED for the receipt of deposits" be tween the hours of Nine and Ten o'cloek on SATURDAY- EVENINGS. GEosoois E. ToLHunsT, Manager. THE COMM ERIAL BANK .·QP.F J. .. A-USTRALIA. . LIMITED.. ST. KILDA BRANCH. S: High Stret, Near Junction. - The following rates of INTEREST are allowed on money deposited at this Branch: At 7 day's notice of withdrawat3 pei cent, per ann. Fixed, 1month ,, ,, 3. n S3,, ,, 4 ,, 6 ,, and upwards . 6. , Business hours Ten to- Three;- Saturdays, Ten to' Twelve." SATURDAY EVENINGS-Eight -to Ten.' Drafts .issued- on G...
REGISTER! REGISTER! REGISTER! [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 17 August 1867
REGISTERl! REGISTER! REGISTER! During the remainder of this month the general lists for the. year of the voters fbor the Legislative Council annd Assembly will be comp ld. At St. Kilda and Prahian there are numbers of persons entitled, bht who cannot vote in consequence of their own neglect. People will not pay their rates in time, and those who do pay will not take the trouble ofi sitisfying themselves that their names are on the roll. It is always in thie power of a person to either call at or send to.the council offices, but the town clerks all easserl that in spite of large sums being annually expended in advertisements and placards, inviting perso!s to inspect the lists, scarcely anybody takes the trouble to come. It is ia eatu're worthy tihe attention of our politiciani, the little value set upon the privilege, of universal suffrage; it might be abolished for all tbhi general publio wouls, pplarently care. - ' IC ·
Air—There's Nae Luck about the House. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 17 August 1867
Air-Thero's Nas Luck about the House. Thero's Young, the great contractor, A noted canny Scot, Is on tho alert, and pitclhing it (To iis supporters hot. IIis words are,," Gthor, noo, my friens, AAnd show thom what ye mean, 4nd rin and voto now. for the mon That brake stanes by machine." cnonuS. For there's nao luck about Prahran,. There's nas luck ava, It's all up wi' the Council folk. If Moaisther Young's awa.
PENNY READINGS. PRAHRAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 17 August 1867
SPENNY RJiADINGS. PRAUrHAN. On Tuesday night Prabran's Town Hall was thronged by eagMr visitors, and long before the doors were opened might be heard whisperings amongst thd crowd--" Thatcher's comilng to-night," reyninding one of the days on Bendigo whetl. the first theatre on the gold-fields was started by those indefatiga ble gentlemen Messrs. ''tes and Gregg, under whose auspices we believe Mr. Thatcher made his first bow. Madame Victoline Pett opened the programme by. playing in her finished style "The Last Rose of Sumnmer." Mis. Perryman followed in the "Captive Greek Girl" annd other songs during .the evening, and her full sweet voice told well upon the audience, whose applause was most hearty. Mr. David Martin sangu" Water Cresses" very well and was duly appreciated.- Amongst the readers Mr. Matthews gave two readings, " Cato" anti "Young Lochinvar ;" bhoth pieces were correctly rendered. Mr. Lloyd recited two pieces in a very feelitg manner. Master.Lee gave a piece entitled...
CELEBRATION OF MR. SMITH'S RETURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 17 August 1867
CELEBRATION OP MR. SMITH'S RETURN. Mr. Murray Smith, desiring an opportunity to thank his committee fbr their exertions on his behalf, invited them to take a glass of wine with him on Saturday aftertioon at 'the central committee room, corner of Commercial road and Chapel street. Mr.,J..Romanis.was elected to the c?iair? anrd "Mr.'R: oReidi 'th-?ice-ohil-- - - The Chairman having briefly noticed the reason of the comnittee being called together, The Vice-Chairman proposed the health of Mr. R. Murray Smith, and during his speech dwelt upon the different sulbjects agitating the borough at present, hoping that Mr. Smith would not come under the mesmeric influence of the centre, which seemed to absorb evervthinir to itself. Mr. Smith, in returning thanks, observed that very few who knew anything of his previous career in the colony, would think lim a very good subject for mesmerizing; at the same time, he would not bind himself to any particular party or part of the borough, but would" ...
Air—Over the Water to Charley. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 17 August 1867
Air-Over the lMater to Charley. There's Gunn with his cabbies parading Prahran, And they drive each poor horse's inside out; And thoro's Evans and lHardwick, the furniture man; And no paint pots to-day, echoes IRidoutt. Alfred Tompsitt' all the'ro, and so is George Hole, And Tart, the shoemaker, and IIuckle, And Rose implores voters to gang to. the poll, " Mony a miekle," says he, " maks a muckle.""
PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, AUGUST 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 17 August 1867
PRAFIRAN COURT, MONDAY, AUqUST 12. Before W. Templeton, IP.M., G. Young, and J. B. Crews, Esqs. SASAULT. Samuel Showers v. W., Minere. Asst ult. This case was postponed at the last court day at the instance of the defendant, who, how ever, pn tliis ::opcassion did notappear. His attorney, Mr. Weller, could not account for his absence, and asked for a further post ponement, which was not granted. Plaintiff said that on the 31st July he was told by his little girl that he ,vas wanted, on going out he saw the defendant, who, without any pro vocation, pounced upon him and struck him peverely on the shoulders with a hprsewhip. He had unly just returned from thq country, and no enmity whatever had existedi between them. An eldery gentleman of the name of S. Benson ' corroborated this evidence. Formerly the defendant was landlord of the hotel, and both the contending parties were his grandchildren." The bench considered the case proved, as there was no evidence to rebut the statements made...
FRIDAY, AUGUST 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 17 August 1867
FRIDAY, AUGUos 16. I pefore the Mayor (W. Ford, Esq.), and T. Baillie, and J. Wilson, Esqs., J.P.'s. RATES. Borough Council v. Ann Brentane. .Rftes; Os. Mr. Quinlan appeared for thle defendant. The rate collector was put into the witness box, and after a great deal of argument pro pand .con as to his appointment under seal, was allowed to proceed. He, said the usual 14 days' notice, had been given and expired, and that the above amount wps due for 1866. -Br. Quinlan took objection, to it on the ground that there being a balance de on .ontracts entered into the previous yeary the rate was made retrospective, and theref're, Court in the case of Newman v. the Borough Council -of Maryborough, was illegal. Mr. Bradshaw replied that the balance reterred to was merely in. the estimated receipts and revenue, and was a .contract entered into i 1866, and which was provided for in the rate for that year. A 1.-g desultory disgussion ensued on tlih-. -:'-Iect, which terminated in the bente' e': ...
PITH OF PARLIAMENT. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 17 August 1867
PITH OF PARLIAMNVENT. TUESDAY. 3Both Houses sat. In the Council there was not muclhdone. A report of the conmmittee appointed to search for precedents relative to tihe mode in which exceptional grants of money are made by the Impe rial Parliament was brought up by Mr! Sladen, the conclusion of which was that a grant to Sir Charles Darling, or. any member of his family, ought not to be included in the Approprintionp 'ill. The amendments made by the Assembly, 'u isecordanoe with messages from the Governor, insithe Publhc Health and Lunacy Laws Amendsment Bills were agreed to. The Housoe adjourned until the follow ini dhv. - In the Assembly, several measures iwcre removcd from the notice paper. Tile MIunicipalities Act Amendment Bill was one of these; but the Attorney-General promised to introdpcfeoa short bill on thle following evening having for its object tile validating of rates which had been made for tlhe repayment of advances obtained from tho:banks. A number of Bills were advan...
THURSDAY, AUGUST 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 17 August 1867
THURStpAY, A nUSTr 15. Before the Mayor (1E.. L. Vail, Esq.), R. Patterson and G. Pilley; Esqs. ApUSIVE LANdPt'AOI. Samuel Cantelo was chargedf with making use of insulting. language towards Senior Constable. Maglire.. The prosecutor stated that while on duty iq the. Gaitdiners Creek road, at one o'clock, in thel morning .of the 10th instant, the defendant., who hi~d just come home-in a cart 'vith his wife, commenced.to. abuse. him. and his fellow. policeman in a very ,iolent manner, accusing them all of being robbers, &c. He had known him to be a resident and an owner of a store in Tootak for Ithree months past, but had never been spreading a report about that he was .fresh from goal, nor had he been in his shop while customers were there, and said. he should be put into thq lock-up again. Some time ago be had applied for a cab licence, and en inquiry as i olhis previous character he found that he had been cone victed of felony three times, which it was his duty to report. ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 17 August 1867
BIRTHS. LEDDIN.—On the 12th inst., at Charles-street, St. Kilda, the wife of M. Leddin of a daughter. THOMSON.—On the, 12th inst., at Greenfield, Elsternwick, Mrs. W. K. Thomson of a son. TURNER.—On the 12th inst., at Shipley-street, South Yarra, the wife of W. Turner, Esq., of a son. DEATHS. HENDERSON.—On the 13th inst., at the residence of Mr. Hogarth, Darling-street, South Yarra, Phoebe, the beloved wife of Edward Henderson, C. E., aged 42 years. WATSON.—On the 12th inst., at St. Kilda, Ethel Maud, infant daughter of Wm. G. Watson, aged five months. ANDERSON.—On the 13th inst., at 33 Bank street east, Emerald Hill, of scarlatina, John Anderson, sixth son of James Anderson, engineer, aged two years and one month. THE TELEGRAPH, SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1867.
AN APRIL FOOL JOKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 August 1867
* AN APRIL FOOL JOKE. The following story is told by Benynrd. ,e distinuished American painter, Lwio , iunortalised hims?lf by his graphinc repr Oei~itions of the Mississippi :ti - ' HFe was lyins to wind-bound, with a small 'ailin, bat, at the head of the " chutu" ,of Prophliet's Islas', and it being thl first c April, his. l" ds were determinied to have st" lhik" of samn, kind. Durmng: the day ithe)>had observed t sawouer close in shore, about '?,1 a mils above, where the " flat" lay. 'jsta "duer had been constantly "i1n0 its liea~ nd cown niall day long; fromin tf' akdrig \nt, 'thiey procured soma of their sul-t ealthil i 'tiitffted them with the Spanisi moss, (tin y drew from i1 neighhbourin, tree, thlteiul, in,, a papor face, atind surmountin" thei wli, it a pahiniemtto hit, tihey made quite a i ijseetable looking backwroodsman. After puiion, noa darkn they took this imitation of 'ununity up, the river to ,where the iindustrlious saw?.r was working. (As probalbly miany of au...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 August 1867
MiBcellaneous. AJONOQRAMS,'crnisTs, and INITIAL, benutiful!y engravcd nn~ amboned in col IA cn note paper, envelope.. WI.UTE[IEA P7 I Q11foa~s~root j - O? TORIA HORSE BA/ AA Thie undersigned HOLDS SALES DAILy, Commoneihg at Eleven o'ClI , of -Horses of All Descripts, Drays, & c., & c. I _ " upartles having Iaras to die 0 o! may.. rely apon obtaining the hcfgliest nt ,prico, hiS whole -ttention being devoted thV ore rsness. ?" ", F, OYE_ -_" THOMAS /TE ..NULL, . ^ 4, ncturer of iThe AMX CAN CHURN, , - i E TRUCK, AD - VBTILzATINo rCE CIIHEST, TYPE ST ET, off BRIDGE ROAD, EAST tCHMONP. near Melbourne. niwer put ;o Order. old Churns Repaired. p.-Orders addressed THOMAS TURNBULL, / American Churn Maker, Ricihmoni. " - Established 1856. LEA & PERRINS' CELEBRITED -MORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE DEcLAR?En 55 FoNN Ino?N:IOUS 0O -D CAUTION AGAINST FRAUD. The success of thlus most delicious and unrivalled condliment having caused pertaloi lielers to apply the nameof "' Worcetterh...
GARDINER COURT. SATURDAY, AUGUST 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 August 1867
G4JD)INER"COURIT. &ATUUDA', AUGUST 17. efore R. Hullntert, and J. Quarterm:an, Esqs. J.P?.'s LARCENY. George, Evnus was clhiarged with stealing wood. Hans J'eterson, h labdrerin the em ploy of Clharles Griflia, landlord of the Robval ilotel, Caulfild, said that on the 16th inst., ho saw the pwisoner take a piece of the slip tinealtfrom his master's fence nnd place it on tie dejy. lie alao?new, him take soma rail ings from an adjoining fence. The prisoner in his defence stated that ho took the wood to mend his dray, and that the .presont pro ceedings were instituted becauso be had ira pounded some of Griflin's cows. liachael uanse, the prisoner's wife, tdeposed that her husband had been of unsound mind, for the Inst two years. lIe had eopileptic fits, with a tendency to apoplexy, an;d was attended by Drs. FLetherston and Martin. Ie had sever?al times tlhreatened tokill witness. On the 10th inst hie said hie would cut her tlhroat, and his own aflterwards, and ran after her wit...