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MEMORANDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 19 October 1867

MEMORANDA. Tie opening night of tho St. Kilda Popular Enter tainments, as they are now called, was greeted with a crlowded house. Long before the time of com mencement every corner of the local town-hall was filledi, and the management were compelled to refuse admittance. " The profits of those entertainments being devoted to the local charities, these will be no longer, if this success continues, in a state of im poceniosity. The Mayor, W. Ford, Esq., presided, andlbriefly stated the reasons for the commencement of tleso'entertainments, and hoped, as they had his sympathy, that they i~ould receive every support. He oaid he thought the attendance that evening must be gratifying in the extreme. The proceedings were commenced by a brilliant pianoforte overture by Mr. L. I. Lewis, followed by what we considered the eream of the evening, "A scene from the School for Scandal," by Mr James Smith and alady well-known to 41most everyone for her excellent elocutionary powers. It was exquisit...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ST. KILDA COUNCIL. To the Editor of the Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 19 October 1867

ST. KILDA COUNCIL.' To the Editor of the Telegraph. i Sir,-Whether it was intended as lan im provement on the ordinary method bf trans acting their business or not I am unable to s:ay, but on Monday last the St. KildaiCouncil were unusually prolix, and positively tiring to all those unfortunates whose business necessitated their presende.- To those who were not there, and may be desirous pf know ing how the business of this noble atd attrac tive borough is carried on I will eindeavour, in as few words as possible, to inform them. After an effort to fix on whom shoulpl devolve the task of seeing that fireworks swere not negligently let off on the arrival of Prince Alfred had been disposed of, came the con sideration of those overwhelmingly-weighty resolutions arrived at at the countgr-moarket meeting in the St.,Kilda Orderly-room ; the same stale arguments' on both sidys, being used and the two using all their artifice to refer the matter' back to committee, to no imrpose, and the Ge...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PARLIAMENTARY ECHOES. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 19 October 1867

PARLIAMENTARY ECHOES. We might almost,. this week, say Echo for though there have been two sittings of the Council and three of thl Assembly, they have all been short, and, -_with one exception, calling for no comment at our hands. Tlhe exception, however, is a notublo one. On Tuesday, the Appropriation Bill, with the obnoxious parling grant included, was passed through all its sttgess, aod ordered to be sent up to the Council. The Opposition wisely eofrained from placing any obstacle m the way of this proceeding, if we except a motion by Mr. Levey-which, however, did not find a seconder]-to the effect that, provision be mode for the. p?pi'tnt of the piroposed grant f £20,000 to (Lady Darling by a separate bill.- It was felt, however, that the majority would not consent to so sensible a mode of procedure, and therefore it was that no seconder could lle found. On the following day (Wednesday) the. Bill was presented to the Councif, and read a first time. On the proposition that. it b...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHANGE FOR A POUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 19 October 1867

CHANGtE OER A POUND. The smbler annoyances of life are usually borne wi;h far less equanimity than its greater evils. Many a nian exhibits more irritation' and less self-control in bearing the pain inflicted by the bite of a mosquito or the sting of a wasp, than he would for a broken leg or a cracked skull; and we have known a Iman to " grissle" over the acci dental loss of a pound, who has appeared as cheerful after the loss of hundreds as though it did notiin the least affect him. We think there is.al wise provision in this arrange nient. Fpr if the great annoyances of life tried our tempers, in proportion, as severely as do the potty ones, what miserable creaturesl we should all be. And yet, though we are thus constantly being teased and irritated by small evils, it is astonishing how littleowe do to remedy them. A tile is off the roof, say.: A sudden storm comes on, the rain finds its way in, and soaking through the ceiling as we are comfortably sitting by the fire enjoying our ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 19 October 1867

*CRICKET. , ":-The South Yarra Club opened the season last Saturday with a match between the married and single members. The ground was in good playing condition. The married were captained by T. Wateis, the single by IJ. Stewart. Tlie play throughout the game was'remarkable for careful batting, excellent fielding, and first-class bowling. The batting of Shepherd (who made the top score of the match and carried out his bat), Conner, Willis, and Edwards on the married side, and of Ogilvy, H. Crook, and Atkinson on the single, was very good. The howling of Moss, Willoughby, and T. Crook, was also good. but the best bowling was on the side of the single, Ogilvy, Stewart, Turnbull, and H. Crook -being all well on the spot and most difficult to play. The. most notable points in the fielding ,were the long-stopping of Edwards for the married, and Brown for the single. H. Crook had the honour of lowering the last wicket with a fine ball, and put an end to one of the best-contested and well...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GARDINER DISTRICT BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 19 October 1867

GARDINER DISTRICT BOARD. The ordinary meeting of the above board was held on Wednesday last, when Messrs. T. G. Henry (chairman), Barr, Woodmason, and Alway were present. The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed, when the engineer reported that he had made two ap- pointments to meet the engineer of the Caul- field Board, but to no purpose. The clerk was instructed to communicate this fact to the Caulfield Board.-Letters were received from the Camberwell and Oakleigh Boards, agreeing to the resolutions forwarded to them of the result of the conference between the boards interested in reference to the removal of the High-street toll-gate.--A communi- cation from the Onkleigh Board informed them that in stating that the work at the junction of the Breakneck and Scotchman's Creek-road, would cost only £20, the writer was misinformed, the actual cost being £30. The clerk was instructed to write that the board still agreed to the work being carried out.-A 'circular from the Shi...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THE FRAYNE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 19 October 1867

THE FRAYNE CASE. We have had pointed out to us, in miti   gation of the censure we, in common with the whole daily press of Melbourne, felt com pelled to pass on the magistrates who decided the Frayne case in the Prahran Police Court last week, that in refusing to take into con sideration the fact of the man's having been previously convicted of a somewhat similar case of brutality they were taking a strict legal course. See. 381 of the Criminal Law and Practice Statute says : " When any person shall be informed against before any court of criminal jurisdiction or charged before justices for a subsequent offence, in either case committed after any previous conviction or convictions, a copy of any such conviction certified by the proper officer of the court to which summary conviction shall have been returned or proved to be a true copy shall be sufficient evidence to prove a conviction for the former offence, and the convic tion shall be presumed to have been appealed a...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PARLIAMENTARY ECHOES. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 26 October 1867

PARBLIAMENTARY EC IOE. ' On Tues.ay, in the Assembly, the Chief Secretawy made a statement as to the present position of affairs.- He read a minute the Guovernment had sent to the Governar seek ing powpr to dissolve the Assembly and ap peal to the country, and :to pass1 an inteim Supply Bill. To this request His Excel lency gave his assent. It was thqn attempted to pas. the said Supply Bill, bpt olbjection being takenti to this course until the potice paper was cleared, the Ministry could not proceed. This made way fior the introduction of Mr, M'Phelrson's resolutions condeminatory ofthe proposed dissolution. Thereupon arose it long: discussion, which ended inl the motion beinglrejoted by 384 votes to 20. Conse quently, when the Council met on Wpdnes day they had no bnsiness to do--and did it! On the same evening, Mr. Verdon m0ved in the Assembly for leave to bring in a bill for. appropriating £500,000 out of the con ,?li?kf' year. ~°~'?|?e~r so'me t'timet? leave was granted. the bi...

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 — 26 October 1867

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THE GHOST OF C—HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 26 October 1867

THE GH4YSTOF C- HALL.* (PROnt "ONCE A WEEK.') More than twenty years npo, T. when a girl of eighteen sammers. was invited to spend a dnonple'of months, during the shooting season in TLincolnshiro. My emisin and dear friend Alice had not long been marnried to the vonmg squire of C --- Hall i and the newly wedded pair had invited a number of their friends and relatives to enjoy the pleasures of a coun*ry life with therm, and to help to keelot up the anecient hospitality for which the fatulily of Clair |halnt were so renowned. The hnonuse, an old baronial mansion, wan~iltnsated in one of the moat hbeauntiful narts of Lincolnslire, where thronsh wood nlld wld aind fen the lands swept over hill anadell down to the borders of the sea. i. 1. arnon of Clairhlult anal Lorl of Rtvenmore. theClairlsnults had been from time immemorial; but the titles were confiscated with most of the property at the RIeformation, ne'l there remaisedl, when my story openn, little except the ncient name and tradi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 26 October 1867

* The following adtory ia perfectly true, soil the facto. ? almnly reloteet, halpened not many, years ago at tiLer rei teteo of yon of ltol ohteat Rotoan Cottoltolftmoies to Medical. HERIS, "otnnic Medicines, and Books. All tihe Favorite Compounds for the Cure of Rheumatism; Skin Diseases, Dysentery, Cold', Coughs, &r. (with full directions). Imported andl Sold by WILLT'AM CANI~Y, Dispensary-204 BOURKE STREET, Next to tihe Malnera.utton Hotel FOR THE NURSERY. IINEr.Y-PREPI'ARED FULLERS EARTIl, comn I1 biled with a chemical powder poaneasing healing properties of a eonst" marked and. rppid character. FOR COUGHS;. Arising from Cold, and Chest Affection's. BALSAM OF nOREIOIUND, Strongly reecommended as an agreeable and valu able medicine, suitable for all ages. Made only by A. G. ARNOLD, Chemist, High-street, St. Kilda. Sold by all chemista. Sole -AIents, Messrs. Felton, Grimwade and Co.. Wholesale Druggists, Ruossell-street, Melbourne. M R. B A M F OR D, * ". SURGEON DENTIST, ...

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ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 26 October 1867

ST. KILDA COURT. 'IURSDAY, OCTOBER 22. Before Messrs. J. Mason, and J. Wilson, J.P.'s. LARCENY. Ann Walker was charged with stealing a quantity of soap and a bottle of pickles from the shop of C. G. Bower, High-street, St. Kilda. The facts of the case were that the prisoner was seen by Mrs. Bower leaving the shop, who immediately missing the articles produced accused the prisoner of stealing them. She returned the soap and attempted to conceal the pickles. The pri soner said she was sorry for what she had done, nnd that she had taken them to wash some clothes. The.bench looked upon her in the light of a half-witted woman, and sentenced lher to 24 hours in the lock-up. She was taken away notwithstanding her offered bribe of 6s. S ' ALR, DEBT. C. Ankers v. Ffanois Harrison, Goods, S14s. Awount awarded, with .s. 6d. cuatjl:

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 — 26 October 1867

MEMORANDA. Theo Rev. 3. JeFeris, L.L.B., is punousced to p eacn in the Congregational Churel, Commercia'. road, tfe-morrow morning at the usual hour. The St. Kilda Glee and Madrigal Society gave one of its adudirable concerts on Wednesday esleninglastatthe Towun Hall, Prahran, under the able conductorship'of Mr. S. Kaye. As usual with this society, the pro gramme was of thle best, including selections from the standard English and German part song composers interspersed with solos and pianoforte usic. ' .Among the part songs, "Good night, belovedi" one of Mr. G. O. Rutter's beautiful composition was admirably sung, hnd was re-anlled. - Mcndlessohn's "Summer song," Kuchen's "Young musician" (an exceedingly dilicult composition) by Abt; Stevens "Closld capt towers' ansd others were equally well Irendered, not forgetting epecial mention of Becr'uis "On the marclu" Indeed, we srarcely ever resollect hearing this soeioty-noted, :as it justly is, for its good singing and careful training ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 26 October 1867

- BIRTH. S3ITII.-On thle 10th inut., at Lanedowno-villa, D)algefty-street, St. KildA, the wifet of Mr. Alfred Smith, architect, of a daughter. DEATIIS. CROUCIL.-.On the 20th inst., at St. Kilds, ,filinie, tile esoeond doughtgr ofT. I. Crouch. IAARRISON.--At liae rosidenco, Soilth Yarra,.tary Etlizabeth, the infmt daughtor of Wmin. Harrison, aged four months. sAFUJWo~i1, OCTOYIJE 20, 1867.

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OUR ATTORNEY GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 26 October 1867

OUR ATI'ORNEY-G ENE'RAL. We entertain a very high respect for the Attorney-General-as a man. His nflinch ing rectitude andhligh moral character com mend him to us. Yet we think it was an unfortunate day for Victoria when he con sented to throw up his briels and take a prominent part in politics. He is of too unobudiug a disposition. Had he.been just a little more yielding, he might long ere this have attained the object which he and the Ministry, and the majority tf the Assembly, have not yet been able to secure. The grant to Sit Charles Darling is still unpassed--nnd we believe the real cause thereof is Mr, Higinbotham. In proposing to compensato Sir Charles for hie loss of office, Mr. Iliginhotham has bad two object. in view where he should only have had one. He has. wished, first, to provide a solatium to our late Governor for his loss of office, and next to humble the Legislative Council by forcing it to pass this grant against its string dislike to itj He has thus determined no...

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 — 26 October 1867

rR~t AIIAN -1 RANCII .: ' Chpet Street.. .1 ii-tip dOpital 51.'. 0,000 " 'leserv ilfl...: ... '.':. 1.40,000 .'ie foltowingl rites ofi INTEREST, are allowed n mollcy depooited it tihis Branciht, vi,:- : b- d d(Iys' notice of withdrawal, 3 per cent. per ann. t 1, L emontti ., , . ,, • . B , '" ' nlo ntli nnild 'oer,, 0 . " ' Business .IIors- " "' fen to Turice; 'Siiturdnys,i Ten to Twelve.' o .A'd for- tlhScnveiiience rif thie public thin Brianclh will be OPElNED forithic recipt of deI(osits ',e twe'Cli tm liours. of. Nine nd. Ten..o'clock ,on SATUlttE, EVENINGS. ... .. ' GaaoiB E. Tot IIU sTl Mantionr. IE -COIMMERCITAL BANK O' S: . USTRALIA. " ] igh; Street, leacr Jounction.. . Tih Lfollowlig riates c Ir T.EfIEST are lltowcd on moneys doposited at.thiis rancli:- At 7 daj?'s:indlie of 'withdrawal 3 per cent. per ann. lixed I minthn.. . ,: 3 ; ' 0 ".,, :-acid u ,pwardo1 0G"',; .' , ela tii r . - , sinc3s s h'urs- .. , . Tel to ,Three ;. Stturdns, Ten to . Twelve. S SAjTRITDAY EVNIN( l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 26 October 1867

~OA1LsrcIGI AND MiULmRAVF DIsTRIC' I OAR D. TlENrDETiS, nddrerwed to. thw, Chloirmn f tLhe BoaErd, will b, receivedr until 4 p.n. on hursday, N?rrnlber 7, fr. METAL for Hailn Dniidennng.rd,. lpecificatlnir cn ie pron it tile offle of tile boanrd, Mulgorve, on nirl after lMondy, Nyv. 4. .'Theo-' lowest or ally tender.not nea.ssarily pOcepjted. Dy order, VM. IIW . WVASTELL, Clerk. Onkliigh, Oct lber sn, 18067. TrfENIDERS WANTED for REPAITRITNG i SLATE ROOF of hlouse ii Albert-str'ei. Wind or. Pirticllnars at tile omnreo of ifr. TAYLOR, ruetioneer, Terminus, St. Kilnda, , ttbieuli ' iefrc t'r, NOOTII OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR A BEER LICENSE, To thh Bench "of Magistrates at Prahrn SWILLIAM REYNOLDS, now residing at WI idsor, do hereby give noticer that it is mny intention to apply to the. Jtstices sitting at the Court o:f Petty Sessions'to be hollen at Pshran on Thursday, 7th of November, for a CERTIFT. CATE altthorising the issue of a BEER LICENSE in the sliop which I now occupy, situa...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, OCTOBER 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 26 October 1867

POLICE IN' ELLIGENCE. PRAHTRAN COURT. MONDAY, OCTOBER 21. Before W. Templeton, Esq., P.M.. J. B. Crews, and G. Young, Esqs., J P.'s. LARCENY. George Seymour was charged with stealing a .pair of truck 'wheels. those for which A. Gale, of Chapel-street, was charged :with stealing a fortnight back. James Cullen,'of Argyle-street, St. Kilda, said -that .on the 28th ult., he left a truck in a fence off the Brighton-road, and an going for it on the following day discovered the wheels of it were taken away. He subsequently saw the property produced exposed f3r sale on the premises of Mr. Gale, marine storekeeper, of ihapel-street. He valued the property stolen at '£1. Mr. Gale said that on the 28th ult. the prisoner came to his place and disposed of the wheels produced for 15s. He then gave his name as George Seymour, residing near the Star Hotel, Chapel-street. When witness was charged personally with stealing them he searched for the prisoner, who could not he found. On Tuesday last lie ...

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 26 October 1867

FRIDAY; OCTOBBDH 5. Before- the Mavor W. Ford, Esq., A. Fraser; T. M'Combi,s T. Baillie- and-J. Wilson. Esqs,, J.P's. " .. W HOUSBREBAKING. . ,Willia Mortirret was chlarged with' j.-'in- .to the houriaof Thcmas Putt, Inkerman-strP*?, ! St. Kilan, and stealing herefinKm. Cl * a 10.?) . p silyir watch -and hanm, annl two .ihl rings,- valued in all at 6 13s. 6.1. Pi'closetor, a storekeeper,: at Inkerman-.itreet; Sr. Kildo, said that on Sunday Inslt. he hlit his house shortly belore eleven o'clock, ninl returned in about halt an hour. lI secured the front door in the. ordinary way with lock and key, before leav ng, which on his return ha found opened. ie saw the cashdraw lying on the counter emptj, and the sim of £1 3s. 10jd. in silver missing; two'gold rings were also taken from a smal:er box kept in the till. The beds were overturned, and.a writing desk and a work box were rummaged of their contents, a silver watch and chain being taken from the latter. He identified the watch and cha...

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MUNICIPAL INTELLIGENCE ST. KILDA COUNCIL. MONDAY, OCTOBER 21. Present—The Mayor (W. Ford, Esq.), and Councillors Patterson, Oldham, Lord, Tullett, Gardiner, Bunny, and Fowler. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 26 October 1867

MUNICIPALI NTELLU E ST.' KILDA COA UNC ij MONDAY, OCTOBER 21. Present-The Mayor (W. Ford, El Councillors .Patterson, . Oldha m, mrd Tullett, Gardiner, Bunny, and Fwler , The minutes of the last meetin we,,,r and confirmed. r te, : RATE. I " Councillor Lord moved that a rateof .1. in the £1 of all rateable. property in district be struck for the year endiag th 30th September, 1868, such rate to be l due. and .payable on and after the lIs December next., Councillor Runny secondd the motion, which was adopted without di cussion. In order to. carry out the anotho adopted in previous years, he moved that Ith collector he instructed to receive a moiety o the borough rate for the first four month of the municipal year for those. partis who would be inconveniented by havig0 to, the whole amount at once.; Council Oldham 'seconded. Carried. (Cincillor Patterson then moved that notices of te amount of assessment and-the day of apeal be given to each ratepnyer of the district Councillor Lord wo...

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