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COURTING IN THE SEASONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 16 November 1867

COURTING IN THE SEASON, 'I luv to ]ourt in wiritor. Tile mani gnrle Ino. Wen ewl outside h drery, And kuvered up with eno I luv to kourt in wiettr, Bek?owee the iild flks dred SThe rold and stormi wether, And hurri oph to bed. I lIy to konit in sprlng-tymre, Woen awl is hritenrd tay. Wone natur smUies so weetly, Two chlasnoth cold awny; I llo to. kourt in spring-tymn, ., Bekawse the nuio, ynll no. TIeyloik so oful prittey Ia dressucun t so lo I ' I Inv two knonrt in sannmur, Wen owl tlthigs or in blume And yet " tIhytyk that kourtilng Will ever be my dumc, For I have nsked juot 21 Of owl tihe guila I no " To lhave me for their UvJn onen SAnd they have answered-No I

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SUMMER HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 16 November 1867

SUMfIEII HOURS. Come out, come out; leave penoand bodk I Cornme out, and dream beside the brook These sunny summer hours: The ripening cornfields in the breezes Are rustling softlv--'mid the trees The birds are ainginor, and the beca Are hummirg in the flowers. Come out, and lie beneath thle beach That overhangs yon tiny reach Of sparkling yellow sand: There.watch the swallow shimming by, The young trout rising at the fly, The old ones floating lazily Beneath the sheltering land. Come out, and hear the woodlands ring Withll sweet bird voices as they sing Their merry roundelays: There's thrush and blackbird, finlch and jiy, The crested wren and the linbet grey, The pert hedge sparrow, thie robin gay, All warbling summer's praise. Come throw the ponderous tome aside, Leave human bnowledgo, wit, nod pride, cAnd learn in nature's school: For he who neorer lists herr speech, Thoughl he know all that books caRn teact, All systems prove, all doctors preach Is but a learned fool. Come out, ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 16 November 1867

* *P LrA.THIIAN COUJRT. Mlo?nAy, Novranna It. Before W. Templeton. E:q., P.M.,.and G. Young. - E q.. J.P. SACO a g tT, -{' An rIerly r 'mnn. normad Pfnria Atkins, sumn nneid hier brotlher Sitpheltl 'Iergltsn for asonltting tier. They oere b:th livihg in tie sae Br house, nd the nassaRlt wasr the remit of thire plaintiff ex. postulteine with Fe.?,~soa for spenling money wnst,.tlly iy in ilrik. Thle case wes posRtpoted fore. week to pro luc? corroborative testimony. • Ot?Itsi OFF£ECEe..: George Ncwnhahm wsa s utltnned for allowing two gotnt to wndrer.in the public stree's. Tile proseculting constable said he drove the gnats off the road. while defendrant and a nillo named Queleh denied trhat thev were on the road at All, and that they saw them being driven off toe green opposite. The bench lnIedl him 5s., as thero was no evidence to Ishow t.at tire gonts had not been on the roel somie tirife i, tlire morning, bIefore they were seent by dlefendlant.-C-lrrges for nll~wing cows to wander...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 16 November 1867

FRIDAY. NoMERnIse 15. iBefore T. Bulli,; ETnq. and. Dr. Block,. J.P.'s. titona OiENCcR. James Bishohp we, stLownonied, to show Icause why he rel-sd not be hound over to keep the peace. Plaintiff stated that hie ?ad suffered s. oeries of insults from th6 dcefenrlant for the lmst seven .yov9rs. Recently he interferesl with hie fence:wliea plaintiff threatened to knock jis brains out with a lhtmmer he then held in his hand? He coisidered: laimself quite justified in using this threat. Cros-e-e nmined.--Admitted sending thie two letters pro eluced, one t, thie defenisnt and another to a mr. Jackinan, In which he ueed Ilanguago anything but gentlemanly. and further added that the lat.er arnb as vile a thief as ever existed I The bencht warnied him to curb' his temper while in court. At one time when he had his fence fresh painted, bad words were written thereon, and portions of it were he. daubed inith tnr. He declined to state whether he had ever ei?ercised ~lid froakish nature in at tc...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE PRAHRAN PENNY READINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 16 November 1867

TI UI PRAIRAN PENNY RE?ADINGSI T he: Ist of the:s ecohd: series of. thsed popular entertaninments, which have now ,xtended over fiorty weeks. was given oA Tuesday evening, in the T:wn-hnll. The I. J. 1l. Gregorv presided .The ;large haill wans crowded with ri most respectable auditotV, and if we may judge by the enthlusiism displayed, these entertaimiments are not being temporarily closed hbeenuse thee are censinfg' to be ntractive. Where all did their best to give full effect to a most excel hnt programme, wve will not commit the offence of singling out any for special com ment. At the close of the proceedinus unnnimous ond deserved votes of thanks were tendered to the rev. chairman and to the Iadies-n nd gentlemen wito had so Icindly aiven their nssistnne. During the evenini the oll?owing poetical address was spoken by MIr.' Martin. It sadly limns in some of itd lines, but its nult;or evidently mant well, and Chdrity hidetlh a nmltiturlde ofasinle: That Rood old custom once in vog...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 16 November 1867

ThnReDaY, NovEsaeR 14. Defora the Mn orr (E. L. Valt, E'q.,) and Meare. Bright Gododmon, Olfieer, and IPilley. AnnAncr.. Mary Ann TLeichhianu v. Willian Lowth. Assaelt, domages laid ntf £5. Mr. r.Weller appeared for plainatif. and tr Walker for defendant. Plotiniff ntated.thot qal Sotardoy last, about midnight, she sar the defendant in lia gordon, irvlichl adjoins, and while returning banck to tile tosse secoived a severe blow in the bank Inith a larme piece of blue tnetol etone. She edbhequrntly opened the front dooto sree wlt the deg was horking at. and while so stnndanng thers wre struak oin tihe front part of the head witit the stone ponlucied, ihithi was covered with aloozi. SOle was forced bhon with the virlence of the bllou, and a vdlley of other stones succeedett. Thtey nsere nor o" good terms with endc otuer, be. couse the slefrhdonat haot numa'oned her for atausive inaugage, whidh cnoe was dismisend.. Mans A. Draper witneered 1he aosaultF , an-d woas ooitnrmed ataneeing th...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE RECEPTION OF THE DUKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 16 November 1867

THE RECEP'I'IO OF TIlB DUKE. lThe latest information sneas that the Dukei will not leave Adelaide .libefra the 20th. Slhould he snil on thnt date hlie will most pro?bibly arrive herel next Saturday, ind make his public I:nding on the following Monday. This postponiement has necessitated an alteration in the date' of th e viribus events challked out by the loyal Reception Com mission, and printed in our last issue. There seems even now to' be 'ome doubt as to whether i he will sail so early as the 20th. We shall not, therefore, print a programme which ere this week oiiy again lave ti be altered. No doubt wav shall be ablle.tol give next Saturday waith certninty all the informa tion on the sublject tilhat will be of interest to our readers. In the meantime,.these jost ponuments oare affording ample time to the inhablitants to fully cq.rry out all in the shape of welcome their hloalty prompts them to ittempi ; andl so fhr as can be gathered firom thle preparations beis g, made in Melbo...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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ST. KILDA COUNCIL. MONDAY NOVEMBER 11. Present—The Mayor (W. Ford, Esq.), and Councillors Bunny, Lord, Patterson, Fowler, and Crouch. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 16 November 1867

ST. IRiLt)A COUNCIL. I IoktAY 0 NoVI R EaR i11. Present---'The Mayor (W. Pard, Esq.),. and Councillipts hionn', Lord, Patterson, Fowler, and Crouch. The minutes of the last meeting were read an confirmed. COURnEsrPONDENCE. Letters 4ere read From W. Wall, .calling attention to the condition of tihe fi lit-of-ray it the oback of Westlourne . Ter'ace, antd of ihe cottages owned by Mrs. Rlicharlson. Coancillor Lord moved thnt tlie subject he referred to the local board of health, and thit the inspector of nuisances ihe inst'ncted to ireport thereon: j. gellor P;atiea:soa socondedi tihe narjion, H R"ero enl trar-oGeneral, forwirding ea:tnin statistical inftrmatioi r?esr?ctieig the Pthlic Libraries and Meclhanics' Institutes withl:in the col!ony. RRPORTs. T'rl;o Public Works epor, t recommt nlted payments to thn amount of £499 18s.; and thart,rhe sim of .El 0 be distriiutad amongst the variorts clrtniln insttutilins as follows: -St. Kilila Ladies Benevolent Society, £75; St. Kiltl Free Li...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MEMORANDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 16 November 1867

MEMORANDA. '?h second lecture of a courso now being de iroredin and on behalfofthie Congregational Church, Commercial-road, EPrarn, was given by the Rev A. Gosman, on Thursday ltst. The subjeet chosen or the discourse was "Hamnlet," a character 'hich, as the lecturer stated, stood out as a beacon and lasting monument to tlh genius of its author. He divided his subject in three parts-first, he history or dramatic character ; secondly, the ,hilosophic or critical; and thirdly, the moral or practical character of Hamlet. In the first place, hey wore in absolute darkness as to who or what Hamlet was, and it was generally conceded that lie was one of those mythical beings of which John Bull, 'Rritannia, Era, and Topsy were a type. They be. onged to the beautiful class of ideality. But the Hamlet he pictured in his mind wasa young man iving in or about the 10th century, with a burni.ig desiro for revenge for the murder of his father, on the one hand tempered by the strong dictates of onse...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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MUNICIPAL INTELLIGENCE PRAHRAN COUNCIL. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11. Present—The Mayor (E. L. Vail, Esq.), and Councillors Lacey, Crews, Knipe, Young, Ogg, Brown, and Smith. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 16 November 1867

MUNIOlIPA'LINTELLIGENCE pRAN RAN C.OUNCIL. MonoDAv, Nover~Mnll.1 SThe· Mnyor (E. L. V'il, Esq.), and "jcilors1Lncey, Crews, Knipe, Youn, ' , BrO rp and Smith. / in h inntes of the lust meeting wei'e Seod and coof rmed; A letterv read fromi the Registrar Gmenernl's Dpsrtment, forwa'dinw some st!atslcs for '?e use of tie publio library. Renort No 98 Finsnce, ?Revenne. Rate, ,Rt Prfittinog Comiuttelreiommending the fllowint payments:- ' : 16. F.thanmher!s, Churchit.ftolT fund £173 2 6 t17, J. Pakin on .. t. .... 40 0 0 188. .Chembhrs Brzgh!tobeHntollfund 35 0 0 199. J. .Parklnunn 1,, , 0 0 a got. Jemes MlEwan ... ... ... 4 10 0 04. James Jntnjton'O lianmqlg ... 6 0 0 si Jonmes Mndonuld , ... 3 1t0 0 i0c. Ilt'ry 1ts?rrts • ", .. 3" 0 207. J?il Fgnn ,. 3 0 2ne. J. Pnrkinon, Oarliner'sCreek rd. 26 11 I c B. Butchers, timber' ... .. 2 0 7 Pymos an oftlers. dnt laboirr ... 15. 18 6 J)posit Contrct 201. t. .WEwanu .... 6 9 6! ,, 20, J. Prkiiiern '... 23 0 0 , I. 18 0.E.Chamsbers ... 21 8 61 ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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RECEPTION OF THE DUKE OF EDIBNURGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 16 November 1867

RECEPTION OP THiE PUKE OF .;EDINBURl , I ) ; A public ipeeting 'co'?S?d bh the Havynr ps hield-in;tlie St. Iilda"Towiin[ll for the piurpnse'of affording :. opportunity ftr ex piressinig which was (he best mfrneus f i celt Ianliring thp ar'rivalw of tile IPrice int this c.6olonv:. There were butfev p4(rJons present at the early part of the meeting, but towards the od' the number increased c:nsiderrably.: The Mayor presidedl, andl opened ilhe prgceed ings by stating that the council had w;ritten to the Ro;l?nReception Comniissiibr request in? to be inflrmed what part the bqiruOlh should take in the deimonstratiiin. No answer had been recei'ved, and they weie consequently at a loss what to do. It was thought, however, that a display of fireworks on the shore of the bay would be very effective, and it rested with, the meetilug, to decide what should lie done. i Councillor Lord said he was 'disappointed in the attendance; seeing the III'e amout t of enthusiasm which appearedl tn prevail ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 16 November 1867

POLICE: !NTE'tLLIGENOCE 8T. iR I,,1-. COURT. - Trr.aosnar. Wotarncait2. Biforn eseers. T. fllfe'nii4; Vi Ilemert J.P's. A NarOflttnR'gs IARREL. .MarRngaret WlhvJ ~iriret Mt Grith. IAhuolvee and threntPnlng kn? rn ?" Mr. Welter Ipppnrel tar the il defense. Pla.fitiff ahid. that an Thursday Iesst henrin i RdlstuCbRareeadlitside her place between her bu.band 'nir the rdafeenir?nt ire went out.nnd wan greeted withl a volle ot foul 'lalnann?age. She nerver gave nny prervoeeti nkror'it, hit .idmnlted there was an old grilevance betiden them silne the plaintiff gave eel?ice aaint thlie drlefenadlant in n police court csie. Tihe ristoand oeflaintiff sahl he was expostullating with the defendaht abont letting her pigeons come into hls ydrd, when his w'ire came out and a battleot tdngues isnued. The bench dit mitssed the cane. I onceon OccEcCES. Jotit Wellstoarl wans urmoned for illedgally de" tainfnrg property to athe value of Cs. Thie plaintiff, Hriirriet Roderlek. anlid.tihe had been stayl...

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 — 16 November 1867

rress and 'ftshil 4EORGE RTIADDOCK, T, OOTMAKER,. CIIAPEL STREET?, PAIiiAns , Ner Cnarctillner's Creti-ro:uc. G.S. hning haind great expericnee in tIl trn'le can connlrdently nonure tIe gent'nenwn of Prahrn nnd Souoth Yarra tht if rhey favour him with their pentrnonge they will eneure an excellent fit and bhat .. sl. kmanship. AS B nL I B I D, FASIITONABLE BOOT MAKER, 13, Littlo-e Bourc Street Wrest, 3relbourno. Toels mae:: on thle Fro Tlh ndc Anerican pcrincii~l. I.nsls Modelled. need every nttention 1a'id to heC external development of thie foot. A fet guaranteed, in clnatio iide, for one Cuinen. ~SP ?T 1. J 0 I N S 0 N, S BOOT and SHOE MAKER, Waterloo Street, St. Kildc. Ladies' uil cGeonlr en's nBootrs Mladei to Order in lhe Firlst. Slyle of Fashion. h]ishland Shores Maode to Order. -epairs Neatly Executed. ,:~ A. H O 11Y S U T G· H, I 5 SWANSTO'N lrREET, One Door from tlhe anritime andc General Credit Comphpany. TTDIES'S,--J.Tast optened, a Inrcge nssortmlent of LADIES' FRENCIT ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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PEEL-STREET CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 16 November 1867

'PEEL.S'I'REETI CONGREGATIOT AL ,L i. CliJ'RCH.' Three anniversary s'rmoris were proeacbd in the above chroch on Sunday lati- ia the .morning by the pastor (the Rev,. W. Middleton) and in the afternoon and evening by the Rtevs. J. W. Inglis and J. 0. Bagley reflectively. On tile following Tuesday avening the usual.tea meeting was held, at. which a large attendance assembled to partake of the good things amply provided ,r bythe ladiis. A ptiblic meefing followe ', over which the minister of tie i chrcha. ieesided. In opening, the proceedings i mde a few introductory remarks;to tlj fl'rect that during the past year they had lost nnre of their mnembers by illness, an I that the members of the church had increased. Hle called on tile treasurer(Mr. Feaster) to read tlhe annual 'balance-sheiet and report. F'rom the latter it.wans seen that thelireceint.s aill nuounted to £02 fSi 7d., .while the expendittre exceededr it by £15 7d. 4: Iis_ dlefiiency it vwas intended to 'nTu 'ru i meneis of...

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 — 16 November 1867

ld?owaLpw's PILLs.-r-tetermination of blood to the head, and djsenses of the heart.-The pubbo is feonfantly shocked by the irictreaebd number of snd .dnudeaths. Theseo cotoatrophes originate from osme ,rceu~aItar.tv of ct.reulationt, which generates disturb C-eO in the bend. Holloway's" Pills are widely e. d and everyjonere esteemed for porifying this 'idt, and regrlnting the flow of the blood. They : .ont palpo itaieo, oppression at thelo cheot, and 'teflnlflation of blood to the head, end. thoy effoo . .,lly remove cdngestion of thoeJnngo, liver, kidneys ":d rain, by proportionally distributing the blood to saohb organ, Hloway'o Pills ehould bo' tatnb waitout delay vhod feelinge of fointrnoes, giddineep, - drowinese, "or other serious dernegomonte warn us noos eomo disturbance of the digestion, circulation, or ~1Dt~fltiou. no CoRt, ;,l CF ;e.1I, , Business Directoryl A. F. Wh~ite, Chcndst nedl Druegitst~ Ctho peat. office) Ctsipet atreet, Pehrnn * IUscELA~5mOt1S Ross, ]3ookuetter,...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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ST. PATRICK'S BIRTH-DAY [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 16 November 1867

Ss. PATRICK'B BIR'TH-DAY.-rThe fol lowing Irish song, on tile birth.of St. Putrick, and wbhich is sail to be by the outhlor of the torce of " Tlie'iiippy Man," is rich in hlmour. It CLotnts-t for IowV tOhe 17th of March became the saint's birth-day:- O., the 8tli day aof ,fareli 'tras, as some pneople any, Snint Patrick at midnight ihe first saw thu day,. Whilst others assert that on the ninth he wss istn, That 'twas all a mistake about midnight snrl tnorln. SU'e mistakes wvill'oecur 'twvixt tile hurry .RId shock. Atdl some blamed the babyI , whilst moru blamned the lclck! Iklnow Blut with all their cross queotlons, sure no one nould II the clock weas to fast or tle babe wao tlol slahli' 'Thelflrst faction fight in Old Ireland, theeysay, Was all otn nctounat of St. Patritck's hirthl'hty. [t!e, Sme foighlit fir the erigltll. far the nioth tiotre swotld And whl o .woluldtl't ?ay right :sure they lblackenled Ihis cye; II At last both the parties eso p?tlive grew, Iaclh one ilhad ii bir...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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CRICKET. RYSLEIGH (FIRST ELEVEN) v. SOUTH YARRA (SECOND ELEVEN.) [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 16 November 1867

CRICKET. RYsLEoIGH (FIIIST ELEnVEN) - SoUT YARRA (SECOND ELEVEN.) . This match was played on Satturdly after noon, on the ground of the latter in Fwilkner, Park, in whose favour it resulted witli eight wickets to spare. The totals were is folow: let Iltnings.' Sad l.i?g.0 W.l.lihi d 8 's '26'r Soueth Yrra' ... 66. .. With eiglit wickets to spire. ... - - , .. ? - . , .,' An exhibition of tho vhlto of -21.pe. nnnum is to bo oompetod for on' rthe tOl , December, in the Chihrohr of Engltand n r'h~A't mar School, St. : Ki)da-road. ICandid~te must abe under the ago of folirteb years, ae. if not already attendalnts at the school, muSI

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 — 16 November 1867

BOROUGHI OF rBAHrnAN. SLaCouI I IIouSE$. TOT CJC. is iorhelpy tive hot the Sloughter Hltose? ic. Malvern-road, 'clctpied by Messrs. Morris did 'IHill, uel nh1y roadv fir pnblic use. Af:irr they expirftion of ten days from the !ote of tlhis no'i sw, no pSrsPn cnn, slaughter anlv entle or dress sloy carcuse for s'ae hs food for mnin in any phlce witlin the limits of the hl;orough oft Prhran, other than aI Slutgliter lHo;se, ywhlct wOas in u1e as such before the 11Ih day of September, 1868., and Bhs so continued ever ahice, 0nd any person who shall alir this notice slaughter pny enttle or dress for sale any carcase within the limitis tlhe borough olither thnn one of snoc Sanoghter lotee.s will be liable to a penalty no' exceeding five poiinds. t,,l tl1 i0. 2 ) do of November, 1807, ot the Town IT~lil. JOHlN CIlAVEN, Town Clet r. IO'l.OUOlI OF PRII a.RAN.. If compli-~nocs with the ftuicipl Corpnorattons Act, 1863, noti?o is htreby giyen, that tihe ANiNUfIU MEETING of tloe Borought Counc...

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 — 16 November 1867

TlE .NATIONAL BANK OF AUS T RALASIA. " . 'PRAIRAN BRANCH. - Chapel Street. I Paid-.p Capital .. ... £540,000 Reserve Fund,.. . ... 140.,000 The fillowing raites of INTEREST are allow&d on money dleposited at this Branch, viz. - .A.t 7 ays' notice of withdrawal, 3 per cent. per ann. Flxed, I month ,, , 8 ,, , 6monthssandover, 6 6 , S Business Hours- p'en to Three; Saturdays, Ten to Twelve. Ahid for the convsnienbe of the public this Branech will be OPENED for the receipt of deposits be oween the houys of Nine and Ten o'clock on 5ATURDAY EVENINGS. GEoRet E. TOLarUResT, Manager. rIHE COMIJERCIAL BANK OF AUSTRALIA. I LIMITED. ST. KIL~A BRANCH. Bigh Strct, Near Junction. The following rstes of INTERESTare allowed on money deposited a$ thiseBranch: At 7 day's notice of withdrawal 3 per cent. per ann. Fixdd, I month ,, ,, 3 ,, 8., ,, , 4 C , sirspd upwnrds 6 S :Bosiness hours Ten 'to Threel; rSaturdays, Ten to Twelve. SATURDAY'EVENINGS-Eight to Ten. Drafts issued on Great Britain, ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1867. ARREARS OF RATES ON MUNICIPAL LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 16 November 1867

SATURDAY NOVR.IIBER I6, 1867. ARREARS OF RATES ON MlUNICIPAL LSAN DS. A correspondence has been published between tile notorious Alfred England-who threatened to prosecute the borough council of Sandhuret if they spent any portion of the municipal fnds? in gidiing a suitable recep tion to Prince Alfed?And BIr. Ward, the nlate rate collector of Elnerald Hill. Seeing from the reports in the daily journals Mr. Englnnd's strong aversion to anything like irregularity in municipal exponditure! Mr. Ward wrote to tile Argus reminding him lthat he ?wed sa considerable amount of rates to the borough of Emerald HUll, which had accumulatedl on some uboccupied property he owned in that localhty. ; The resulc was tile corresplondience referred to, in which Mr. Eig)nnd got sonmewhat, severel.y plunishs.l. 1In his concldingig letter.?lir. Ward oapped up a qt!.stioa of considetabli importance, and one whlicl it wuld lie as well to arve placed on a somelwhat bettelr footing. We allude to Ithe holders...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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