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OAKLEIGH AND MULGRAVE DISTRICT BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 21 September 1867

OAKLEIGH AND MULGRAVE DIS-   TRICT BOARD. A special meeting of the above board was held on the 12th inst.. to consider the condi- tions proposed by the Gardiner District board for the removal into this district of the Scotchman's Creek toll-gate, also to consider whether it would be advisable to remove the High-street toll-gate into this district. Mr. Charles Matthieu in the chair. After a long discussion it was resolved that the clerk should inform the Gardiner Board that it being found difflicult to arrive at a decision in the matter this board would prefer to erect a check gate on some part of the Breakneck-road where the present evasions of the Scotchman's Creek road might be most readily prevented, allow- ing the same privileges to the Gardiner Board as they at present enjoy with respect to the Scotchman's Creek gate, and asking if they would agree to this step. Messrs. Cun- nington, Jordan, and Hoban were appointed delegates to wait on the Gardiner and Boorondara ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GARDINER DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 21 September 1867

GARDINER DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. The usual fortnightly meeting of this board was held on Wednesday evening, when Messrs. Henry (chairman), Barr, Middleton, and Alway, were present. The minutes of the last meeting having been read and con- firmed, the rate collector handed in a list of defaulting ratepayers. Mr. Alway moved, and Mr. Barr seconded, that legal proceed- ings be taken against those ratepayers who were not likely to pay without this being done. The motion was carried -A letter was read from the Roads and Bridges Office, stating that an explanation had been re- quested from the Caulfield Road Board re- specting an encroachment on the Main Dande- nong-road, and that the result would he com- municated to the Gardiner Board.-A letter was received from William Johnston, informing the board that the part of the Charlesville road referred to by him in a previous com- munication as being out of repair was between the High-street and Wattle Tree roads. The surveyor was instructed to ...

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 — 28 September 1867

Trade .addresses. E O R G E OR It, PRACTICAL OGA?DELNIR & FLORIST, St. Jobn's-etrcet, CUfAPIL STREET, PAIIRARAN. . (lnrdens and P'lenarsq Grounds Laid out and Pl3'nitd in tIe best styloeby'tho'day or year, MIRS. O'BRIEN, Daugh5ter aoul Surlkessor to the Into Mrs. :Mi''Qrmnek CLAIRE COTTAGE, ICATIIERItNE STREET, Richmond, hIt late tesidence. B U N :T I N G, All Cilnurr. FLAGS and IBANNERS. TIIOMAS EVANS, ; atld 4l1iqurker-street west. RPS. IIEDLEY'S IEGISTRY OFFICE LU for Moal and Femalo Servants. 70 Stephen ptreet, 3 doors from Bourke-strect. Melbourne. Applicationn by lerter promaltly attended to. Mr. Ifedley, Iouse, Land, and Insurance Agent. IIRS. COWLAND'S IEGISTRY L OFFICE for Female SERIVANTS, 1111G STR1NET, ST. KILDA, Near Inlerman.-street. In soliciting the patropnneo df the residents of St. Kilda and vicinity M, s. Cowlhn1 hbegs to say that the utmost care is exercised in the salegtiot of thore sorvants she placcs on he0 r list. NOTICE OF RIDIOYAL. (1EORGE .. DE BLA...

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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 28 September 1867

T'IunsReAT, SIPTETMIER OG. Before the Mayor (E. L. Vail, Esq.), and George Pilley, Esq, J.P. I VAGRANCY. William Hayes and James Russell were charged with having no visibl;o means of sup port. Constable i1I'Lauchlan did..from in formation received, he went to a house in Commercial-road, where Ie was told the two prisoners had taken possession of the premises. le waited till they came out, and followed them to Mr. Guinness's, Mr. Willoughby's, and Mr. Mallett's of the Botanical Hotel, Domain-road. He then apprehended them, and after having recourse to the neddy on the prisoner Hayes,. brought them to the police station. While examining this man, a begging letter to the Rev. G. Mackie was found on him, which lie endeavoured to des troy. Eleanor Johnson, a young woman, stated that on Monday last the two prisonersn came to her shop, a green-grocers, in Com mercial-road, and asked her if she would cook some chops. Being alone with a little gid, and feeling rather alanimed she consented, ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 28 September 1867

e fo r IDAY, S:IPTEMDER 27.* Before lthe Mayor (W. Ford, Esq.),,. and I. Tullett, Esq., J.P. SMALL DIBTS. William Allen v. Geor'g Artlmr.Walstab. Useoand occupation,. £1. Tlhe case was struck: oun, as the defendant had given an acceptanco, although. the same had been dis honour'd.-Gearge, Gissing v. William Sizoland. Special, .£4 Os. Amount-awaided, with 5s. costs, to.be paid in. instalnr.ts of 10s.. par. week, or, in.. defult,. on week's im prisonment.-James Beagley ivas fined 2s. (id. for allowing a cow to wande. in the public streets; and William Ardell wEs mulcted in a similar penalty for illowing his .rs.e.s to wanlde,!

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 28 September 1867

ST. KILDA COURT. TURSDAY, SErTEM?RR 24. -Before the Mayor (W. Ford,Esq.), and Dr. Van Homert, J.P. MINOR OFFENCES. J. Hi Lockw.oodav. W. J. Attrill. ' Mis conduct. as hired' servant. Plaintiff stated thlat he hired the defendant to take the daily papers round every morning at a weekly wage of 5s. per week, and that he- left before the week which he had given him. notice of to leave was expired, thereby greatly incon veniencing him. The bench said tihe only thing they.could do was to either forfeit his wages. or imprison him, but as there was more of the former loue, and the prosecut, r did not wish to imprisonthe.bdy, the case was dismissed. ASSAUtLT. Frederick Hnrvey v. George Connibere. Assault. Plaintiff said he had been in tile employ, of the defendant for over twelve months as cashier and manager of the slope department. On Tuesday evening last, lie was told to go on a. errand, and he refused, When. the defendant told him if-. he did-not he should go about-his business.. He ref...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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PARLIAMENTARY ECHOES. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 28 September 1867

PAIL [A M.EN 'ARY ECHOES. AL short half hour was sufficient on Tuesday evening to despatch the business of the only Chamber (Assembly) that met. It was agreed, on the motion of the Treasurer to go into Committee of Supply, on the following day; and the Chief Secretariy made the welcome announcement that the Government do not intend to introduce any other measured durino the present session than the two mentionel in the Governor's speech. A conversation as to our deteriorated silver coinage, and an unsuccessful attempt by Mr. Jones to get the Mayors of Ballarat East and West, Gee long, Castlemaine, and Sandhurst, added to the Royal Reception Committee,. brought the sitting to a close. Our legislators have managed to agree upon one suhlject at least-for'on Wednesday, a proposition from the Council was agreed "cordially agreed to" by the two Houses should invite the Duke of Edinburgh to a banquet at the Parliament buildings. We trust the deadlock may to unpicked before then, but should...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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TEA MEETING IN THE WESLEYAN CHURCH, PRAHRAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 28 September 1867

TEA MEET'I'ING IN THE WESLEYAN CHURCH, PRAIIRAN. On Sunday last anniversary services were held in connexion with the Wesleyan Sabbath School, Punt-road, Prahran, when sermons were preached-in the morning, by'the Rev. R. S. Baker, and in the, evening by the Rev. Benjamin Field. In the afternoon there was a public examination of the S?hbbalrh School children, and an address was dekvered to them by the Rev. J. S. Waugh. On Tues day last a tea meeting was held in the school oorm, a.heii, notwithstanding the inclemency of the weather, there was a large attendance. The company having partaken of an excel lenttea, adjourned to the adjacent church,, where a public meeting was held, the Rev. J. S. Waugh presiding. After the usual reli gious exercises The Chairman congratulated the meeting upon the success which had attended the anniversary, and said the report would show that the blessing of God had accompanied the endeavours of all those engaged in the Sabbath school, with which he had been...

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 — 28 September 1867

MEMORANDA. We received late last week, a short note bearing the pseudonym of " Brown." Will the writer favouF ts with his name and address, in confidence ? Uni eess he does, we cannot break through our rule of not inserting any communlications unless we know who is the writcr. We have certainly been sorely tepted. to make an exception in the present instance, for'thol toils and Inngucige of the letter are so thoroughly gentlemanly-so different to the run of letters we seually get-that we feel sorry to deprive our readers of the pleasure of. perusing it. Can our correspon dent so far overcome his natural modesty as to re, lieve us of this dillieulty.? We, also, should like to mnake his personal acquaintance. Real gentlemen -such as we feel no doubt our correspondent is-are rare birds in Australia; and when we do meet with noe we like to cultivate his acquaintance. We rarnestly desire to shake hbands withi" Brown," and tointroduceo him to ouir 'riends, he is so, evidently a polished, ...

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ST. KILDA ARTILLERY. PRESENTATION OF PRIZES. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 28 September 1867

ST. KILDA ARTILLERY. PRESENTATION ,p] PRIZeS. SThe' very interesting ceremony of present :in' prizes to.the successdul competitors in a numbei.' of friendly contests' between the members of the above corps took place in the local orderly-room, Chaps -street, on Tuesday eveniing last. The large room was crowded, and His Excellency the Governor, who had kindly consented to preside, haviing been re 0eived by a guard of honour, took his seat on p raised platforal in the centre of the room, pa which the prize-takers were stationed. I Captain F. T. Sargoad then read the fol lowing statement t Rather more than twelve tnonths since we had the pleasure of meeting you on! a similar occasion to this; and the success of that evening emboldened us to decide on again inviting you to be present at our innual distribution of prizes, but when making the preliminary arrangements we little counted upon your Excellency honou?ing us with your pre sence, or that as a consequence thereof this room (by no ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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CORRESPONDENCE. THE PRAHRAN BOROUGH CESSPOOLS. To the Editor of the Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 28 September 1867

CORR:EISPONDENCE. HE -a. P •Ag N, . B ,ROUGH. C. SS.. POOLS' ' To ish? itor ora e'Telegraph. .Sir,-A great dsal hs' o.f lie b.he said and written: abut the deploriable. sanitary state of the horough df P;iahrai and .-a f tirst directed public attention to this matter, and also then suggested d a schemie of nldseotis and street drainage which has sinice been con tourqd,'n the shelf, 1, imay, perhaps b'i er nitted to give a few plain practical hints ' to deal with that inveterate nuisance, the Su 'arra Swamp; 'or, in-other words, the muni cipal cesspool of Prahban. Before I explain my mode of dealing with. this importoat matter; I wish here to record my dissatisfactionat .seoiwr Prabran so very. far behind the surrounding bprosghs in matte;S 'relating to the putbjp htplth, With the great ritepaying power we possess, and the influential pressure we. ought td. be, able to bring 'to bear on a esubiect likQ this, our social positiop, and thp requirelents 'of thq_. aon·e-till these combine...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 28 September 1867

UOLLOWAY a OINTMENT. AND PILLS.-hUeer up. -Sufferers fronm rheumatism neqd not despond, till a trial has boos given to these restorative remddies. Fomentation with warm water, and friction withi this invaluable Oiutment are the surest antagonists to Rheumatism and gout. Thq inflalpmation of the joints soon yields to this treatment. Aftor rubbing in follooway's Ointment oand taking his Pills for: a fq? days, the tsrobbhlg pain, heat, and spelling begin to subsid, the fever decreases and the patient feeos he an mnooe without agony, and sleep calmly without dislocating starts. IIolloway's Pills contributo to disppl the rltoumatio principle from. the system, facilitato the preseont recovery, successfully ward off any retirn of the attack,and'confer flexibility and.etrength upon the injured joint. Business Directory A. F. White, Chemist and Drungist, (the post omce) Chapel street, Prahran MISCELIANEOUS. Ross, Bookseller, Stationer, &c., Chapel-atreet, Prahran?, opposite Town-hall...

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THE ST. KILDA MARKET QUESTION. To the Editor of the Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 28 September 1867

TrfISiT. ILLA MARKET QUESTION: To the Editor of the Telegraph, !'When envy in men doth find a home, Honour and justice dotb. widely roam." Sir,--Though the assertions of 'i Observer" in youi last issue by no means merit a reply, still, lest any person unacquaiilted with the question he has attempted to explain should found an opinion on the assertions of his miserable production, I will, with your per mission, refute the whole of his letter. He commences by observing that, after the town clerk had read a few names signed in the requisition, he was preremptorily told to sit down, which, rendered into truthful language, means that some conscientious gentleman, knowing that this requisition was born and bred in High-street, requested the town clerk to read its signatures, for the purpose of showing the burgesses assembled that it was not a petition from the ratepayers in general, but a memorial from the shop keepers of High-street, and to show, moreover, that there were in it the names...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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To the Editor of the Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 28 September 1867

LTo the Editor of the Te' egraypl. Sir,-It was not my ,intention to further ver?date the subject respecting which I was so groslry insulted by one of the speakers at thp publc s meeting on the St. Kilda market question, f"thought it could be left to that andividual's own conspience to deal with, but tlih letter of MIr. Connibere that appeared in y'opr last leaving it to be inferred that the! whole affair is a pure invention and statement . Si .thoqt the slightest foundatib on truth, ?as left me no, other course than to call upt,n Lr. Smith for hia versign of the occureuce. ,I herewith enclose the reply. I received arso tdt gentle an, and beg you will be plescd to give insertion to it in your next. I remain, Sir, &c., HENRY TULLETT. St. Kild, Sept. 25, 1807. (Copy.) S Town survyor's Office, Town.-hall, Sit[ , ESt. Kilda, September 24, 1807. ear Sir, am in receipt of your note of the *rd .. g ip ef neorming me .that you had.made aastate. ment at tholate:j publiemoeting on the ...

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 — 28 September 1867

.I , ': :Oi. :,?-Is tA'': N. \C' :?,?, : ' h ' , that ? hr LIST?'l oi f S.1 : ,,i',.;-.1."!c( I' t i •i' Ct 'AVEN, (4AIIDINF1I DIVISION of thew ,.0.11 ?ROVINCE and SOUTHII BOURKE. TIOS. 0. IHENRY, ,legi.trar. Sept. 23, 1867. ELECTORAL ACT. MULORAYt DI SVISION, SOUTH I3OURKE. NTOTICE is hereby givon that ropies of the aTST. lof'persons CLAIMING to VOTE by virtue of Elector's Riohts for Moembors for the Legislative. Coioeit uand. Legislative Assembly are now in my possession and can be INSPECTED. without Too at All reasonablo bourn. i r".o .ble... EDWARD MAY, Electoral Regislrar. ,fulgrave. , lst September, 187.. OAKLEIGH AND MULGRAVE I)JS. TRICT. NOTICE TO RATEPAYERS. THE Bord. of this Djstrict will hold a SPECIAL T MEETING on Thursday, October 3rd, at 430 p.m. to make a RATE for the year ending December 01st, 1867. A statement of the proposed rate is de posited for inspection by the ratepayers at the ofieo of th6 bqard, fulgraco Arms Hotel, Mulgrae. ' By order, WeL. II. WASTELL, S "...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 28 September 1867

Banks ,.?. , ,- . (d fSTOMhRS o aen reeuoted t hi -Brea'nhi will be OPENEDS foreme p odeposits liyea een the hours of Ningw.and I TeRETo'clolkl :o G 3onoRE E, ToLtHIsB MaTi T"HE: COMMC EROAL BANK OF :, AUSTRALIA. .'". ': ?" ".H8i h Street.,- Near 3 ici.: ' Ion oey depositid-at his 3ranch: .t 7 day'snottiico of witdrawal ; per cent. per ann. tixehd, anth "et ., ,, , S"' and upwards 6 n "" - Business hours-- . " Ten to Tlire; Satiurdays, Ten to 1Twelve. SATJDAY EVENINGS--Ei. t Tn. raft( issued Con Groat E ritain, and the Bnk'OF Tranches and Agfollowiencies through ITRS the Colonieos, A.t 7 days tic of ,W ? Lraa Can, per annaer. WILLIAaM Le CLOEN Mananor. mTIE COMM'"ERCIAL BANK .. Of Australia (Limited). 'ST, KILDA I3RANCH. . INEREST allowed on CURRENT ACCOUNTS a :thioe rate of THREE PER CENT. per annum, when:tho balance is not below £100 during the month. WILLIAM LBE REN, Manager, JTOHiN LEVY& SONS' DISCOUNT BANK (Liability Unlimited). .Corner of Collins-street west and Willia...

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THE NEW PUBLIC HEALTH ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 28 September 1867

T! !i l:.." . l'O tHEAL1t ACT. Acts ....it are not; of the class of htit :·?iiu" . :., under the denomination " popular.'' . istion if any one. would voluontarily sit down to their perusal, and we know that when it has to be dope a? q matter of duty, it is set abo'it as a task the completion of which is regalded as a i;lpse. from an irksome employment. Much of this reluctance is doubtless owing to the peculiar andl not. easily comprehended. phraseology emiployed, and to the all hut entire .absence of punctuation. With, tlha great bulk of Acts passed it is not necessary that the mass of the people, should have alpractical knovw ledge of their contents; butl here are some in which this is essentialf.y stecessary. Of this latter class is the, new. Public lealth Acty which) is now the law, and which, with l4l its pains, and penalties, Iwill speedily be putlintb operation by the various boards of heaat'l scattered over the country. This Act gives greatly increased power to those bodies; ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 28 September 1867

iIRTfl . .iXni1.--fau rt1 : id inst., at Bt. Kilda, Sgmuvl ~cI; ni ·t.s ars, lanto gf ilihringam. 04L I's -4 ro2nd jnst~ at his rvaidcnre, , iC~r(.Z~jir·:: ·c:: Oildlo Mr; John latsin, aged * cr) -ocr 0' X- -flit !"a: ...t., at stql OCottage, Pqrigbton rc:id sO' ly lmosnted by a rgq rircleof firl,, )f:·..!··in " 'oo, for many years peiwster and 44i 71 !"". tol, England, aged aercaty-ono 'i 7't(2OL~ IIESPONDENT'V. 'I.I. limi-.. '.- r charge for advertiaips is ':""`"~`'-- 13- - -

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 28 September 1867

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. PRAHRAN COURT.   MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. Before W. Templeton, Esq, P.M., J. B. Crows, and G. Young, Esqs., J P.'s. MAINTENANCE. Sarah Davies v. William Davies. Main- tenance. The case had been postponed to enable the defendant to provide a suitable home for the return of his wife. He had now done so, and the plaintiff still refusing to return, the bench dismissed the case.

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OAKLEIGH AND MULGRAVE BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 28 September 1867

OAKLEIGH AND MULGRAVE   BOARD. The usual meeting of this board was held on Thursday last, when Messrs. C. Matthieu (chairman), Cunnington, Jordan, Irwin, Hoban, Braithwaite, and Miller, were present. The minutes of the previous meet- ing were read and confirmed. Amongst the correspondence was a letter from the Shire Council of McIvor, drawing the board's attention to the apparent- hopelessness of the Local Government Act becoming law this session, as well as to the important fact that the subsidy by the Government of two pounds to one of rates, and requesting the board to urge upon the Parliamentary representative the necessity of using their influence in obtaining a continuance of the present pro- visions until the new Bill becomes law. The clerk was instructed to comply with the request.-From the Cranbourne Board, stating that at a meeting of delegates of the boards interested, H. C Kempson was elected for the ensuing year as toll manager of the Dandenong toll. Receiv...

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