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OAKLEIGH AND MULGRAVE DISTRICT BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 26 October 1867

OAKLEIGII AND MULGRAVE DIS TRICT BO" RD. The usiml.monthly meeting of thle above board was held on Thursday last, When Messrs. Matthieu (chairman), Irwin, Jordan, Duff, Miller, Orr, and Braithwaite were pre a nt. The. minutes of the previous meeting having been read and confirmed, a letter was read from Mr. O'Grady, M.L.A., in answer to a letter from this board urging him to en deavour to obtain rom the Government a de finite promise that the sietsidy on rates of£?2 to £1 should he paid to road boards and shises doning 1868, stating that he would nu e his influence to have this carried out. A letter from iheMelbourne Library, request ing an impression of the board's seal. The clerlk was: directed to send one on an orna mented cart, a sample of wlhich had been flrnished to the board by Messrs. Evans, of Collins-street. A communication from the Gardiner District Board, expressed agree ment with the terms of this board for plasohg a check-gate on tihe Breakneck-road, also stating ithey...

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

ON GROWING CUCUMBERS AND SWEET MELONS. The following hints on growing these genernlly-esteemcd garden favourites will, we venture to think, be fouind useful to many of our readers who' delipht in cultivating their own little bit of garden. They were read at the last meeting of the South Suburban Horticultural Society, by Mr. J. W. Hardy, gardener to G. Stevenson, Esq., Toorak : My intention in the following paper* is to bring under your notice my practice in the cultivation of the oucumber and sweet melon. Thoughe the plan I adopt may seem tedious it will not be found so on carrying it out, and. I believe will well repay any litle extra trouble. As the cucumber differs in parts of its culture from thl melon we will notice it first. The first thing to be considered is aspect. This should be as open to the sun as possible, and shel tored from the cold westerly winds, either by noture or art.' Secondly, soil.. This cannot be too loose ind free; the best is a rich vegetable turfy loam; ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 26 October 1867

TteURSDAY, OCTOBER 24. Before Messrs. Pilley and Patterson, J.P's. SSMALL DEBTS. Henry Clarke was summoned by Norah Garwin for wages amounting to Z£ 10s. Plaintiff said shie had been engaged as a general servant at a salary ofT£20 per annun. She had been paid for two months at the rate of £2 a month. The amount was due ftr three months. She leftbecause there was an epedemic raging in the house, and for fear of catching it. Mr Clarke said he was con eiderably put about by the leaving of the plaintiff, who did so. in spite of his warning not to. His household was struck down with illness, and he had been compelled to hire a charwoman. The bench considered it was ridiculous that because a family was taken ill that a servant should take fright and run away, when it was the .time thve were most wanted. They dismissed the case. The plaintiffsaid he had paid £4 into court.

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 9 November 1867

ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAT, NOVEMBER 5. . Before the Mayor (W. Ford, Esq.), J. Wilson, and 1?T. Baillie, Esq.. ASSAULT. John Laureneky summoned Cyril Frederick for an assault, damages being laid at 10. Mr. Godfrey for plaintiff, and Mr. Walker for defen dant. The plaintiff, who is a plasterer, stated that i the defendant, who is also a plasterer, had attempted to injure him in his business, and he therefore called at his house between eight and nine o'clock on the evening of the 30th alt. to ask for an explanation, when the defendant threatened himnt with a knife, which he (plaintiff) knocked out of his hand. He was then assaulted by the defendant and his wife and knocked down, the former saying that he would serve him 'in the same way as his countrymen had served the Emperor Maximilian. Cross.examined.L-He did not strike defendant in the face, nor did he take up a choir for the purpose of assaulting him. Ile (plaintiff) was bound over to keep the peace twelve months ago. Complainant ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 9 November 1867

PRAT IIA'N COURT. MONDAY, Novens.nnn 4. Before WI Templeton, Eeq., 'P.Af., J. B. Crews, and G. Young, .sqs., J.P.'s. SMINo0 OFFENCES. Mrs. Kefford was summoned biy Mr. Duross, the inspector of industrial schools, for harbouring a child under the guardianship of the Government. It appeared that the child, a daughter of the defeo dant's, hal been sent to the industrial school on: th 22nd April, 1865, and hired out according to the Act to a person named .?yne, as a general er vant. About a fortnight back the child left her place and returned to its mother, by whom she was returned to Fynue on the following morning. The defence was that the child came to her mother hungry and she could not out of humlanity turn it away in such condition, and that on the following dily she was returned. The beach said the mother lhad subjected herself to a very heavy penalty, but it being the first offence of the kind brought under their notice they would only fine her los.; or, in default, three days' i...

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 — 9 November 1867

': reds and F shion GEORGE S I ADDOCK, BOOT1!MAK E CIIAI'.l, s'TRIEET, 'rIAIIhAN, Near Gard:ne's Cr k-road. Q.S. havii1 hlul ':eant experience in the trade can cronfltently assure the gert'emen of rahtlan and South Yarra Ihat if they favour him with their latronage they will ensure an excellent fit and best wnorkmanship. S Ml U 11 L I ElI 1), FASIITONAJBLE BOOT MAKER, 13, Little fourt:c Street West, Melbourne. Boots made on the French and dmerican priciple. Loasts Modelled, ad every attention paid to the Iext'ri0l dervelpnpent of tIle foot. A fit guaranteed, in elstic siodeit, for one n2inses. S lt. J O IIi N S O N, BOOT and SHIOE AENR, Waterloo Street, St. Kiidn. Ladies' and Oentlrmen's Boots iazlde to Order in the First Slylo of I~ishion, IIictland Shoes Made to Order. RIepairs Neatly Executed. T) A. HO R S U -U G IT, S 85 SWANSTON STREET, One Door from the Maritime and General Credit * Company. LADIES',-Just opened, a large assortment of LADIES' FRENCI LASiTING BOOTS, Also Ladies...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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OAKLEIGH COURT. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 9 November 1867

OAK ?LEIGI COURT''. SATURDAY, NOVE?cosRa 2. Before Mr. Templeton. Edward May v. Alfred Duttolph. Illegnlly detaining money belonging to Court Good Will A.O.F. Settled out of court. O'Donnell v. Burgess. Goods sold and delivered, El. Order for the amount, with 56. costs. Coates v. Conner. Assault, and wilful destruc tion of property. Mr. Miller appeared for the defendannt It appeared from the evidence of Mr. Coates that the defeudant was at his hotel on Saturday last drinking. aild went outside to dis charge a gun. The witness requested him not to do so, as a young horse near might take fright. 11e, however, did, and afterwasds, withllot any provoca tion, attacked the driver of the horse, knocked him down, and beat him wita a stick until complainant went to his assistancr, when defendant caught hint by the throat and tried to choke him. Coumplainuat struck him several tiines, but it was not until the girl came to his assietanco that he got away from him and went into thi house cloiiu...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THE NATIONAL BANK. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 9 November 1867

THE NATIONAL BANK. The ninth'half-yearly meeting of the share. holders of the National Bank of Austztdasia was held at the head office, Collins-street, on Tuesday. Sir Francis Murphy presided. The report and balance sheet having been read, the chairman, in moving their adoption, said he believed the shareholders had been furnished with a full, fair and honest 14tate ment of the operations of the bank during the past half-year, and that provisionl had been made for meeting any liability likely to be incurred. Mr. Dill seconded the motion, which was carried. Mr.( ar'er congratulated the meeting upon the favourable prospects of the bank. He had previously stated that he would not be satisfied until the shares r iched the price (:6) at which they were originally issued; and, considering their present yalue, he believed they would soon be worths that amount. He moved that the thanks of the meeting be accorded to the directoru and managers of the banks in Melbourne, iLon don, and South Au...

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ST. KILDA COUNCIL. TUESDAY NOVEMBER 5. Present—The Mayor (W. Ford, Esq.), and Councillors Crouch, Gurdiner, Patterson, Lord, Tullett, and Fowler. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 9 November 1867

ST. KILDA COU CIL. TURcDAY NOvRMBnn 5. Present--The Mayor (W. Ford Esq.), and Councillors Cronch, Gardiner :Pttterson, Lord, Tullett, and` Powler. ',The minutes of tie last meeti g were readl antd confirmed. CO RRnESPONDRNCHJ Letters were read_ From the Central Board of ,Health, s? gesting.that for the purpose, of catrrying out the Amended Health Act more effectively, the council should coalesce with ether boroughs in forminga.general code of bye-laws to manage the whole of the local boards of health. Councillor Oldham moved that the letter be received, and that the Mayor and Councillor Patterson he appointed as a deputation to assist in the compilation of tihe bye-laws. Councillor Tullett seconded, and thought that the idea was a very good one, that the local boards should have the framing of their own bye-laws, ae they knew inoie about the minor workings than the head office did. The motion was carried. From .J. Hassell, again bringing before the council several clanses of Ithe Mu...

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MEMORANDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 9 November 1867

MEMORANDA. W observer that the anniversaryservices in con eeori with the Congregational Church, Peel-street, WVinor will be held to-morrow in the church. On ftlp ollowing'Tuesday evening the annual tea meeting wil be held, when suitable addrbsses will be delivered. ? The socqqd of the series of lectures being given in the Pirahrqn Independent Church will .take place on Thurseday. evening, Thp lecturer will be the Rev. loxander Gosmans, and liis subject, " Hamlet." The Hon. GOo. Rolfe will preside. To'day being the Prince of Wales ]irthday will be ,bsorbnd as a general holiday by the local brancles of the I ational and ('ommercyal .janks. Th. chlildrpn attondi g tlje vatjiqus Common clhqoly in St, Kilda pnd Praljran were.as?embled in their respoetive town-balls last Tuesday, to be practised in oingi.g the i?ational Anthem, so as to enable them to join in the demonstration on the arrival of the Duke of Edinburgh. There was an excellent attendance qt eaph place, and the youegsters acqu...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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MODERN POPULAR LITERATURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 9 November 1867

MODER pOPUtA? L LITERATUR ' . A t?a?r on the above subject was delivered by ..J. C. Symons, in rid of the tunds 'er iprarn Independent Church,- Com d ril ro d, on Monday evening last. The Son George Harker presided The chairman .aving made a few preliminary remdrks ex ressive of a desire from what he had heard 'fhe lecture to listen to it, called on The rey. lecturer, who, prior to entering o his subject, asked the indulgence of his .gndice it he somewhat trespassed on their ',i : subject was one that scarcely xv,' kit" In speaking of mndern litera; n're - he 1ould commence with newspapers, -ce of the Lost remarkable signs of the pre sent ay. They were highly creditable to the n e, but were he thought conducted on a ,ronsg pinciple. The first that were pub ishled was huring ibP reign of Charles I., and rejoiced in some most extraordiniry Snames, and the one dated May 23, 162, now in the Dritish Museum, is the earliest re corded. These were published for certain purposes, such as giv...

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 — 9 November 1867

CRICKET. South Melbourne v. South YpFra.-- he flet elevens of these clubs met on the South Melbourna ground last Saturday. The local players we tfirstto the wickets, the first moiety of whichlfoll for only 31 rune. A stand, however, was now made, Sad it was not until a total of 119 runs had bee:n obtained that the last mail was out. Towards!this favourablo result the good scores made by Wheatloey (31), Demby (23), and Allen (23) materially coy tributed* Nothing daunted by the good score th'ey ha to go in against, the South Yarra players lot to nork whit goodwill to prove themselves the better inen, and, but that time failed them, there is bvery robability they would have succeeded in thin desnt,. . or when play ceased and the match waI 'declared a draw -it being only a ono-day match-tley had secured 70 rune for the loss of but four wi.4kets, fI. Crook, who received the first over. carryig out his bat foe a well-earned 34, in the getting of srich he gave but on. chance. The bowling o...

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 — 9 November 1867

IT. KILDA COLLEGIATE ACADEMY. - WILHELM PEGUS Zeigt den Eiuwohuern von Melbourne und Um gegend an, dass or priveat Unterricht in der LATEINISCHIEN, FIANZOSISCIIEN, and D)U'TSCHEN, Sprache erthoilt. Wilhelm Pegus besitzt l|ngjiihrigo Erfuhrung in Ertheilung von Unterricht lessen er sich systematisch und nHch der neust anerkuunten Methodo der Englischen Schule bedient. CHURCH of ENGLAND SCHOOLS, PEAHItAN. EVENING CLASSES. Pupils prepared for the University, Matriculation and Civil Srrvice Exnadinations. D. GILOIIRIST, M.A. EDUCATIONAL ESTABLISHMENT. ALPHA COTTAGE, BRIGHTON ROAD, ST. KILDA. First-class ~iition on the moet improved and modern syste?is in every branch of a finished and accomplished Education. lligh References. Limited number of IBoarders received, COT3.IERICIAL OAD, PitAllitAN Baker and oofectiolier. IN returning thanks to its frie.iIs lood edstomer?C for their favours d ring tiie ,let c?nclt v hogs to inform theo that he has IIEM()V1I,) to new premises nearly oppolite t...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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OAKLEIGH AND MULGRAVE DISTRICT BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 9 November 1867

OAKLEIQH AND MULGRAV2E DISTRICTP BOARD. A special meeting of tllia bdotd was held on Thursday last, Captain Matthlieu n tihe chrir. To~' n'embers present were Mestere: ordatn rWi',, Cunnington, Hoban, and Milleh. 'Tenderq iera opened for the supply of 3on yards of metal for the Mdan Dandenong-road, and the tender of Mtr M'Ewan was accepted at £112' 18s. id. It was resolved on the motiOA of Mr. Jordan, seconded by. Mr. lioban, that to avoid the evasion, o the Scotchman'e Creek gate, a clieck gate should be erected on the Breakneeck-road atisome spot between the-corner of Mr. Howard's property and the Boundary-road, at the discretion of the enginerJ the same rates of toll to be charged as are noW Psu at the Scotchnlan's Creek gate.- It qas a?ts decided, on the sootton qf Mr. .rdan; ecponded bY -Mr. Cunnington, that thei gate.??n te acl?ntl ,andenbng-road should *bl. remo e4 stcutt_ westward from its preaent stte to enadii t soaE-O the revenue from tte trame ori the ~cd's qtul," road, ...

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THE SOUTH YARRA PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 9 November 1867

THE SOUTH YARRA PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. The anniversary soiree of this church was held in the Prahran Town Hall, on Thursday even ing last. The occasion was no excejption to the general rule in respect to these entertainment, the tables being as well supplied with tempting good things, and as pleasingly presided over by tile ladies as ever. This ended, speeches were made by several rev. gentlemen, and songs and recitations given by some of the school children. And of these latter we cannot speak too highly, and will therefore compliment them on the high state of eflciepcy they have attained under the excellent management of Mr. Ure. The Rev. G. Mackie, pastor of the church, presided, and in his opening remarks qilberved that tiny could not be accused of continually hqlding anniversaries, it being eighteen months since shey had their last, although it was originally intended they should be yearly, dating from his first location ill South Yarra, in the month of May. In reviewing the hist...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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SOUTHERN RIFLES DUTIES FOR NOVEMBER, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 9 November 1867

SOUTHE RN PT IF L BE DUTIES FOR NOVEMBER. 1867. 11th, Monday.-Battalion Par ide, 8 p.m., Orderld room. 15th, Friday.-Drill, 8 p.m., rdrlyroom. 18th, Mond ýy.-Drill, 8 p.m.. Oderlroom. " 28rd, Saturday.-Parade, 5 p. i., Orderly-roon. 25th, tonday.-Drill, 8 p.ý. prderly roOm. 29th, Friday.-Drill, 8 p'., Ordcrl-ro.?,J .

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 — 9 November 1867

B3OROUGH OF PhRAHIRAN. .SLAUGHTnE lloUSrs. O'ICE is hereby giyeq that the Slaughter llouses ir. Mulveril-road, occupied" by Messrs. Moirr?is:ipd Iill, are now reedy fior ph!lic ise. Aftelr the elpiration of ten days from the date 0f this notice, no pe?rsph na slanghtei any tattle or dreea any cQrcaps for saile as food fbr ipurt ip any place within the limpits of the boooughl of Prahran, other than a Slaughter House, which was in use ae such keforp the 111i da!y qfSeiptember, 18(Q3, and hhs so continled ever since, and apy person rwho shall after this notice slaughter any pattle of tlresn for sale any carpase within the limits oat the borough other then qne of such Slagghter houses will be liaullo to a penalty not ecepding five pouinds. Dated th'i's nl duy of November, 1867, at the 'f'own Hall. JOlHIt CRAVEN, Tl'oin Clerk. BOROUG"O QF PRAIIRAN. IN compliance ,with the Milqnicipal Curporatipnq Act, 1863, notice is hereby given, that the ANNUAL MtEEErING of tlhe Bdrough Council of Prhr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 9 November 1867

Bainks. HE %NAkTIONAL BANK F AUS TRALASIA. pRAHRAN BRANCH. Chapel Street. Faia.up Capital - ...:...' £540,000 eserv Fund.." 140.. ... .140,000 The f0llowing raite of INTEREST are allowed oa eo ydO ited at this Branch, viz.: A, y ,.oo . of withdrawl, 3 per cent. per ann. Snaionths nnd over 6 - . Business Hours fen to Three; Saturdays, Ten to Twelvi. And for the convenience of the puhblic this Branch will by OPENED for the receipt of deposits be areen the hours of Nine and Ten o'clock on SATURDAY EVENINGS. GEo E E. TOLHUnST, Manager. 'mi illE COMMERCIAL BANK OF 1 - AUSTRALIA.. LIMITED. ST. KILDA BRANCH. ". High Street, Near Junction. The following rates of INTEREST are allowed on money dopqsited at this Branch i At 7 day's notice of withdrawal 3 per cent. per ann. Fired, 1 month 3, 6 , and pwards 6 , . Business hotirs Ten to Three; Saturdays, Ten to Twelve. SATURDAY EVENINGS-Eight to Ten. )rafts issued on Great Britain, and the Bank's Branches, and Agencies throughout the Colonies. WI...

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THE RECEPTION OF THE DUKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 9 November 1867

1'IIE RECEPTION OF THE DUKE. The time of the1 Duke of Edinburgh'e arrival in Victoria is now known with cer tainty-that is, so fist as certainty can be certainty where winds and waves have to be taken into consideraltion. Mr. M'Culloch announced in the legislative Assembly on Tuesday that His .loyal lighness wbLuld leave Adelaide so as to reach Melbourn byv the 17th or 18:h insltant-most prubably, the latter day-and that- hie would be our Ygsest until the 18th of thelfollowing month. Mow this time will be splnt depends mpch on the Prince himself, and until his wishes a re known the Itoyil Reception Cominltasiun cannot publish a full programme. They have, towever, been enabled to issue one for the lii?t five days, which it is intended shsallbe spent as tollows:- i On H.M.S. Galatea Ileaving Adelaide, telegraphic intelligeisce of that event: will be communicated o tho authorities here. A Idok-out will be kept at Gape Otway, aid'should the OGlatea pass the Cape bhi Iday her number will...

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BUSINESS OR PLEASURE—WHICH? [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 9 November 1867

BUSIWyESS o0 PLEASURE-.WHI-II ? If it be correct as the old saw tell us, f thlat all wo'k and no i slay iakes J?ck a dull boy," theen must Arustrlian Jack be a partic:ularly lively biped. .' If the antithesis of melancholy be attained! by a hearty pur suit of pleasure, .Australia?ls will never mope tilhemselves to dpiat'h. •Thelavidity with w'hicb they seize on the mere ghost of a chanpe to to make holiday is astoupdirng, and would lead a superficial observers to conclude 'lthat they dislike 'business. Elut lie wohlit "be wrong in jumping to such l? corclusion. By io cpmmunity is business more eagerly and energatijpilly Iprsued than by ours. Lut we have fortunqtely adopted the creed-rand luckily our circutnstancqs enable us to reduce it to piraciice-that man was not m:ade to work poly. Azporditpgly, thpugh we tdo not neglect busincsst we yet. refinse to allow it to monopolise thelwhole of our 'time, or absorb thie bulk of our energies. We do rot think there is any ,Anglo-Saxon .com ...

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