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THE ANNUAL MUNICIPAL MEETINGS. ST. KILDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 23 November 1867

THE ANNUAL '\UNMICIPAL MIEETINGS. ST. KILDA. 'lThe mayor (Councillor Ford) presided at the aninnl meeting on Wednesday. The town clerk.rend the annual statement, with balance-sheet nnnexed.- These were adopted without comment, on the motion of Coun cillor Patteirson, seconlded .hy Councillor Lord. 'lThe document referred to exhibited seceipts to the amount of £9,8'5 Os. 4d.; expenditure, £8,280 16s. id.; bank halance, £1,644 4s. 3d.; liabilities, £1,463 2o.o 4.; assets (including bank balance and arrears of rates), £3,70( 79. 2d. A vote of thanks to Miessrs. W. N. Hull and Tligh.was carried unanimously. The next ousiness was the election of mayor far. the .ensuing year, resulting in the unanimous choice of Coun cillor Patterson. The proceedings termi nated with the usual complimentary vote to the retiring mayor.

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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LITERARY EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 23 November 1867

LITERAllY EXTRACTS." OLD CLo'.--liany of the garmnents. are converted to Iresh uises. 'lTe first oliject of the purctaser is to see if the garment cun be reviv'ed pnd sold once more as ain article of ldress. It is thlerefore enrefully "clubbered" or mended, supplied with a fresh gluss, and in this improved oendition'is re-exported. A. vast quantity of lid clothgs find their way across thie Channel to I:eland, atnd this Iccounts for the tot we so often notice, that the irisih ilesant, when in ordinary dress, is always ;to be seen in a swallow-toiled coat of Ihe past. gener;tion. Blnack clothes,if they can ,ifrdtle rs amount of good cloth, are mad into walstcoats; but even if there is only a very little that is unworn, it is piurchased to tie cut Itlanld mande into caps, tor which there is a grrat market in France. 'I'o Holland, mainly, go all the old east-off coats of the solliers. They ara there convertedt into unaler w:astcoltrs, and used as a pirotection egainsti the lamp of that ...

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 — 23 November 1867

HIoLowAY8O ITMEN AND ?IrLLS.-datb nid sure.--Da)y by day are 0case of uleors, wounds, sorsa onltrautions and deformiti;.s, cured by theo well esteooned relmedis, atter all other knownlertans have beeu tried Ii rainl. Varicose veins, and all descrip tions of sore, ulcerated, and bad legs, wvhich seoam to dely ho best aurdical skill, utcoumb in a short time to tie souuthing, healing, and purifying properties of: Hollot\way's sulottOt nolld Pills. Thiey operate boLt locally and eonstitutionoally; tihey strellgtlchen both capillaries and nierves, and regu!late the crculationl of the blood. The most values testimonsials are con stantly received from persons whom cholance directed to Holloway's safo andt certain remedies, and which effiected a complete cure even after the constitution *ssmel thorolsghly broken down. For remainder of News, &o., see Stpplement,. (Jonfectionerd. CO1MMERCIAL ROAD,- PRAHRAN: TWV'ILIIAM I?VILLEBRl, BalCr and Confectioner, LN returning thlinks to his fri...

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 — 23 November 1867

BOROpG l OP ST. KIL)DA. O?OURTH Annsal inanbial STATEMENT under "A tho A unicipal Corporations Act 1863, of the Council of the .Borough of St. Kilda, commeneimn on thclst day of October, 1866, and ending on the 8011h day of SeptBtibldr, 1867: nBonninto. To cash blanc on 1stOitobr;1866 £1i202 9 6 Rates for 1857 .....'.. 28 17 0 , :1858 ;.. ,.;. ... as o 0 , 1859 v. ..6 ... 40 80" ,, 1860' ;.. '.:. ... 65' 2 6 , 18R1 ... :.. 48 29 1862 ..'.:-' ... 53' 14 6 ,, 1863 .: . 55.7 0 , 1864 ... ... 86 18 0 ,, 1865 ."" 86 2.0 , 1866 .. ..... 342 6. 6 S 1867 .. -:'':i ... 8853 1 0 Brighton-roadftoll-fund f u .: ... 1856-15 6 Cliurch-street ,, .. .. 2':; 27. 5 0 Liencese ... ..... .. 880 0 6 Dog registrations ... ... ... 2156 7 6 Rents-abattoirs and commons ... 215 0 0 Weights and measures and pound fees 7 8 10 Petty Sessions fines ... ... ... 60 7 6 Cash in'aid bf woreks ... . 215 5 11 Cash received for gas used at meetings 21 19 6 jnseurance Co's Fire-Brighde Committeea 87 10 0 Contractor's se...

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 — 23 November 1867

S . rcss and F.1shign GEO RGE SilADDO K * BPTOOOTSAKHR, CrAPET. STREET, PRAIIEAK, "Nenr Gard:ivej's Crek-rnd.. .8. ?rvinle 1ld grest experilene if thle trmle en' contd'elidtly esurle thte grnt'emen etf Trellrnhn il nSouth Y'tirrnl tinl if tie" finsvon,-r im n withi thehr p i t 'ngl l e l th ey h iI1 lry i fl r l in eit e iic l nt it n d 'h e ft fink masn.hip. S AMU E L REI D, FASTIIONABLE BOOT MAKET., 13, Little B]3ourke Sfreet TWesnt, Mclbonu ne. tooln marie on lthe Frenm n?dl Ameriniln srineiple. InLstt Mlodlelledl, and every tellntion maid to the extenil develhpmernt of the foot. A fit gunrnnteed, in rlnasti sides, for one uinaen. S.... J 0 TIN S ON, . OOT and SITOE KMAKER. Waiterloo Street, St. Kildn. Ladies' and Pentlhmen's loots Made to Order in tho First Style of Fnslion. -li"hdland Slhes M, de to Order. Repairs Neamtly Executed. A. I 0 R S1 ons In I 1 , P .5 SWANSTON STREET, One Door from lthe Mnritime ned Generaln Credit Cenmpany. LADIES',-J Us?t opTeind. n lanre nsornment ...

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PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 23 November 1867

PBAHRAN COURT. MoNpAY, NOP.MENBR 18. Before WV. 'Templt.lon. Eq., P.1.. G. Young, andl J.B Crews. E-qe, J.P.'s. M INOR OFFENCF.r. 'Jane Mahnod was wo hir.ede wilh mnking use of innultlng nlalgnege at Toorak Hflouse. A sergeant of the 14th1 Regiment sid tile defe-dant wes inlsuolting tile daulghter of lios Excellenry wlhi:' gainm in a!ld out of the egte. Sihe was,. in fact, pnerfect Itliuonce. Tlhe defenalnllt, who appeared to ie I',murifg ullder alnmle Iilliliniatioi, I quesnted the peos:ciutor to 'tell tile truth and tmlIIe tiln. devil." plad on lping asked what shie hilad to say for -,?? aIf, rild solih went to tile Governor's holle for i':j. irlTtoi eat nmtd sliP ri'ceived n fly-killing ' eial'lciselield. ' tmly mtike her gavernor.' ghlm isil, ?and i:she wmiiili .?hw them how to govern." ,i andolle politely aikid tile magistrates to chltmnem /t 4,io'es with htir, and sine wiuh| administer jistehm. 'Tmhe teh clh irlered iher to pay a fine if 404..or ir, to gIIIl for 14 ltaye.-Clei...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 23 November 1867

T1OTODAv, NovnrEnn 21. BIefoke C Bright, oRlr -- fflier, Erqn., J.P 's. SMALL DFBTO. i'eorftc Brown wan ummonwed l by Ritehnrd nnWl riff for £2 10o..vnipe. It appeared that tihe plain tiff hadil bPIen englcred at a Pervnli's registry ofelte os groont and enn,.hmnn, and tilat at thie exniratino of lthe Ilrst we, k hie had been dieclnarredl.. He lderlined to receive leos than £2 loa.. heing thie wrr for the wreek alreradly erved. and alpn for a werk'o notice. I Tihe liiptte mainly rested as to wrher notice of dinmisral was really rven. Tht bench g:ve a verdirt of £2 29.. with Os. d. cornts. -Willialm Snudtero v. Henry Nichollk Coab fare. 3.. No ahppearknce for defendant. Verdict for amount. N100r rrReNr ca. I Several cabdlrivers were omited in smanl penl tier for plyirg for hire lff the proper stnod. &e. STie court adjornred til tie 2id Oecember next.

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 23 November 1867

GE1NERAL NEWS. iPsrliamep t is enmmoned to meet at 10 ''clock on Ilonday. This extra session ihas Ieen cnlledl to enable tile members of the Legislature to adopt an address of welcome to the Dn'ke of Etlinbibrgh. As this will be the only hulsiness brought forward, as soon as it 'is nccomplished another prorogation will anke plaoe,lso that tile session will not last, mire than an hour or two. !The Huemarket was crowded on Saturday Inst with persons unxious to witness the last performandg in Australia ol that desorvedly popular actresas Madame Celeste, who, during the short time she- has been among us, hds renawed so many t lessant home thantrical nssociatins, Daring the svening tle Hun. 3. C. Aqpinall, M.L.A,, presented Miicdrine with a Ira'elet made of colonial goll na a snovenir of her visit to this colony, subscrnied for Iy a few of her admirers, and ait tile sanue time read i shlort addrPss expressive of the pleasurer her visit JaId affilrdeld us, the regret with whliclh we parte...

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 23 November 1867

FRIDAY. 2'OVIeMBE 27. 3kfore Ihe Mlhyor (Dr. laitrrotu), W. Forl, T. Baillhe, lnud J. Wilson, logds., J.P.'s. S r rVITUOUODING 5OCIETYS 11ON00. WVulter Tlholma Howell ws chlargers with with holding tile bum of f3 18. 9h,1., the umoley of Guioiit Star ellt of the urner of Itoplntbiles. Mlr. VaPrdy appeared for tile prosecutiat, anid Mr. Waker for thel defelncee. l'llTe ase was diatisOied, with Al.' le. cobtO, as thie sopiety Wl? Ilota registered ollte ocsduldtg to the Frlendly Socleries' Statute, tunder ?thlicls the proceedings were taken at tihe timeu thls alleged offlince wao cotmnnitted. 1M100 O -CFELCES. - I John Lltgue was chlugotl with plying for hire on tile pllIer statd, and in Ito o.-n.leaaratlte waI flttel?o t I ill default, 24 Ihours' itperia?oilmett. lliurleeAl Muir was fluetd 28. 6d. for allornwiwgl cow to waulder In Ilo pubi ctleette; and Burtoll Iyllslnt .?a ordered to piy a fhle ol 2.. d.-liughl .\'Ketteszie was hiu siulated in a stmtall pyraolty fur O,]aviltgi o natm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 30 November 1867

tries and Fshim CEOIZONPSHADDODCK = O J OTMA~d~iD DO, CU A PEL STn1rT, P10lAi1RAY, '.ar Cm'jnruInor'o ('reek-rojd. Cit. Invirio hod grief ex joienr is thr trodl coo eooilld.Icay :/Pure f1o· grot'rolreo of PrnIrjnn aod South Yoarrn hoit if lue1 Invonu him ii~lj 110ir p:,treimj thy will j nsure jul excellent fl t iodI 'lot hjjjojjofj1161ip. A. XMU E, L E I D, IOASHIONAIBLE BOOT MAKfEP, 13, Little Bourke Streot West, Meilournc. TBsolF made on the Frooh annd Amorirm rorineipie. Lslt Molodlled. nod corm0 nfitraion ra id to tl:o ortjojjjl djocllojjocot of the font. A I.et nmonlrrld. ijn olontij sided. for One OlRen. yWt. I. J 0i In T R 0 N, ROOT and! SHOE MACRER. ?OOIOI Zoo Sircot, St. ' Kildn. lAdile' and GOotlrme oon' BooIl MIto to Order in lije' tolst Styer of Tnshion. liolnhlol imm Tfolv In to Order. Rlepairs Neatfly Exorlted. J)ý A. IT o0 IS B UjEG I, 05 SWANSTOIN S"IFEE't', Oue poor Ifjjtj the Tioritiojo anld Genjorji Credit Company. LATiES',--,Tjjt olpened, 010000se jjeoortmeo of L...

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M. THIERS AS AN ORATOH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 30 November 1867

M. THIRns AS AN Oi)ATOl.--lit though we are not disposed to give M. 'Thiers a very conspicunos place in the political pantheon, we do not fir a moment dispute the wonder fhl and versatile powers which he possesses. He is one of the most lively and clever men that ever lived. The late Lord Lansdowne -no mean jndge-who had met most of the clever men of two generations, used to say that i!. T'liers was inenmparahlyj the best converser that he had ever listened to. It was that power no doubt which, in the first instnlce, led to his snccess. It is equally trne thnt, as an orator, he possessed rare gifts. Of dwarfi-h stature, wit a stiong n!sul twang,, with anvkward and uncouth move meIits, lie was still ahle to fascinate his audience. Hie succeeded from the, very first. There was in him preat vivncity, consider ahle power of illustration, and a happiness in tnking holdl of the points which would interest his audience that at once gave him a hohl in the Chamber. At first hli spoke in a so...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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QUILL'S CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 30 November 1867

QUILL'8, CORRESPONDENCOE. -My dear. Peter,-I- promised to write to ,ou. now and then, rind as Uncle Deacon used o say n promise is a bill which must he honouredp. For the first few days I was in Melbourne the change from the quiet linm lmrinmof life whicd we so long led .in New eanland, was one wliich set mI all at sixes nd sevens.- I managed- to find my. wny ihoiv anod to see many tlings whili- I. slhAll go on telling you of from time to time as'T can find. opportunity tvo write. I hanv. siidl napaged.to find :my way about, but thoct:was not always an easy matter, . You will re collect that Uncle Deacon, who had great ex perience of a large city, having spent slime weeks in Dunedin, told me' that whenever I got into difficulties I was either to consult a policeman or inke a. cab.. 1. tried-the con, sulting of the policeman, but the giAfiraiil i suit was to be regarded with a stare wuhich always made 'ie feel as if X.O.O. weire tnkinii an inventory.of me. and my bhrl'gingis hu futur...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THE PUBLIC REJOICINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 30 November 1867

THE PUBLIC REEJOICINGS. The following ire tlhe addresses p-esented to the Dukp at the led on Monday, by the Mayors of Prahran and St. Kildn.N George Young E?I., Mayor of Prabran. was accom aniedl by Csuncillors Crews' and Lfcey, and Mr. Craven, town Clerk : To 1Ri nnyaln Wighness Prince Alfred Gnsst Albert, Duke of Edinhurgh; K.G.," &c., &e..-May it please your Rnynl' Hlthlner#,-We. the Mnyor anfl Counteil!ors of the Borough of Prhran. In tile Colonylbf Victoria, approach .your Royal Highnens with dutiful assurances of our devotedl Ilyalty to the Thrane'and perion of ynur augtil?Vniotier, our belovJ Q ieen Virtoria, ' We heartily congratulate youn Royal Highnesa on your safe arrival hi thil colonyl and hope that your visit will be a pleasant and Patisfactory one, leaving such impressions as will result favourably to the future welfare rf the Austrdlinn cn'onies. We trust that Providence will vouchlafe unto your Royal Highness a safe returnl to our mother country. whe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 30 November 1867

HonowA?'' PLLre.-Despondeiicy, Low Spirits. The misery occasioned by disordered digestion is un fortunately felt by many, known to everyohe. Hol loway's Pills should be taken to restore health ; they disnel headache, biliousiess, nausea,'lownees of spirits, and similar symptoms, which indiqute the presence of poisonous matter or perverted action. Acourse of these invaluable purifying Pills pever fails in removing the causes and consequences of these morbid signs without subjecting the suffcrer to any disagreeable re strictions;?of diet or ordinary pursuits. They strengthen the stomach and, brace the nerres. Holloway's Pills are peculiarly adapted for renovating systems enfeebled by late hoi's, hard living, over anxiety, or any other excess, i"7tch is known to de. bilitate and exhaust tlsheiumlan constitution. Educational ST. KILDA COLLEGIATE ACADEMY. "WILHELM PEGUS Z igt den Einwoulnaeru von Mrlbuurne usnd Um gelenrl an, dass er privet Ul.trricht. in der LATEINPC~lOH.i , . HANZ..)SI...

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"GENTS." [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 30 November 1867

" GEiNTS." ' 'Thackerny,bas made the word i"gent" a :ynoyvmi tlr " snol " 'The race is, a lrge >ne, ndtl tbhe more it is lauglhed at the more t senms to thrive. 'Ire " tults andni loibles" Rri pretty we'll known ; but ijre is an Ic count of anl outralge committed-by some mpmrn lers of thP fraternity whiich steps soinewhar :utsidel the horinds of the pranks in which tihey usnully idulge. In a recent numbern ot tli Londoniiimes the Paris correspondent of thlit jllurnal writes as i lllows . "There is a certnin class of youngEnglish men who really ought not to be solowed to travel out of tlwir own country, except in lchrge of authoritative heairlenders. I allude to those who seem to go abroad solely Lir two iurpolses-to turn everything they see into rldicule-for the most part, mprely he cause it differs fi'omnwlhat tlhe.see at home:; mid to play pri!.ks ilhich in En-gland they wolld not dare to indulge in. 'hey have no eye for wlit ought to please aind might improve thiem, lbt they h...

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MUNICIPAL INTELLIGENCE PRAHRAN COUNCIL. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25. Present—The Mayor (G. Young, Esq.), and Councillors Lacey, Crews, Knipe, Young, White, and Vail. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 30 November 1867

MUNIC IPALINTELLIGENCOE PR.AHRAN COUNCIL. MONDNDY, NovRmPaq ?i. Present--The Ianyor (G. Young, -Eeq.), and Councillors Lacey, Crews, Knipp, Young, White, and Vad. . 'lhe minutes of th ut meeting were read and confirmed. BOROUGfB ADDR BS TO THE PRINICR..·. 1 Councilloi Vail mn-o d, and CouncillorJ White seconded, the adoption of. tle addilreds (whichb will be found in another column) and that the same should be signed by the mayor and councillors. Before its adop tion, Councillor Knipe, desired to express his regret for his conduct at the annual meeting on the previous Wednesday, and assuredtethe that hlie felt veryP sorry fur what hlie had done immediately afterwairds. Coun cillors Lacey and Crews, the ywo oldest councillors, were appointed to attend the levee with the Mayor and Towa Clerk to deliver the address. The following report of the Finance Com mittee having been agreed uplon the council adjourned. 208. J. Parkinson .. .... ... ... £26 1 1 Do. deposit contract 208 ..,. 2 0 0...

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PARLIAMENTARY ECHOES. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 30 November 1867

PARIiAMENTARY ECHOES. Or rather "echo;"-for the IHolses met on Tuesday, did their business, and ndjnunined within an hour. It was d upecial session, called together at the eleventh hour, to nrpnir hn omission caused by the hurried close of its predecessor, the memlers of which had been lischarged by the Governor without having adopted an nddlrpes' of welcoma to the then explected RoyaIl Dluk. So grrve ain omission in' the programme, however, was hot thought of. Accordingly, bath Hliqus were summoned to meet at ten o'clock on Monday morning,.nnd shortly after that hour His Excellency entered the Conincil-cliamher, where, after the usunl formalities had been obserird, lie read the followinz speech : " Mr. President and lion. Gentlemen of' tll Legislave Council - Mr. SFleakeri and Gentlemen of tlheLegislative Asspmllv,-rTlhe arrival of Ilis Royal Higfipss the Duke of EilinlIurgh indubes me to summmn you to re sume your Ptirliamentary d'rtiis. I feelesuri that you will bear, in mind the...

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ST. KILDA COUNCIL. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25. Present—The Mayor (James Patterson, Esq.), Councillors Bunny, Lord, Oldham, Tullett, and Crouch. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 30 November 1867

ST. KILDA COUNCIL. MoNDAY, NOVaRDnR 25. Present--The Mayor (James Patterson, Esq.), Councillors Bunany, Lord, Oldham, T''ullett, and Crouch. The minutes of the last meetings were read and confirmed. CORREBPONDENCE. Letters were read- - From the-Sewerag'e and . Water Depart ment, reque;tinY a return of the valuation as soon as confirmed as hitherto. The request was ordered to he complied with, on the motion of Councillor Ciouch, seconded by Conncillor Oldhnm. . From James Mason, calling attention to the filthy state of the water channel at the jictcion of Carlisle and, Blessington streers. Councillor Bunny moped aind Councillor T'ullett seconded, that the letter be referred to the Poulic Works Committee, the surveyor to report thereon. Carried. From Is. Cowderoy, stating that it wouhl le impossible to got a meeting of the ar hitrators before Friday, iiae 09th inst., that Mr. 13. S. Shaw had been appointed umpire, ani. that the arbitrators and umpire would inspect the land on Th'lursd...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 30 November 1867

BOIICUOUH OF PRAHRlAN. CHILIR EN'S PIC-.NIC. ?f? manitgers of private schools, &o., are informnel,' that unless they furnish the Reception (Committee with information re specting the number of children. who- will ever will be madle for them. In order there fore to prevenpt disappointment,the committee should be Informed thereof without delay. The children will march in procession frpm the town-hnll in order to be agreed upon lbv ballot. Each school will be provided with a Bag of its own, a duplicpte of which will be placed on A portion of the park allotted to them. Children under five years of age must be taken to the ground.r Swiogs, merry-go rounds, &c., will be provided. JOHN CRAVEN, Town Clerk. BOROUGH OF ST. KILDA. TfINDERS will be received until 7 o'clock pan. on Monday. the 2nd December, for-7 Cleansing blocks 1. 2, 3 anod4. Specicnti ne to be seen at the Town.hall.. The loweit or any tender not necessarily ac cepted. E. BRADSHAW, Town Clerk. St. Kilda, LYcv. ...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 30 November 1867

Banks... B nsAE NATIONAL BANK OF 'AUB. : . TRA-LASIA. up Capital .. £540,000 ks/ Ie Fupd... ... ... 14?,000 nn. :PRAHRAN BRANCH. SChapel Street. The following rates of INTEREST are allowed on money deposited at this Branch, viz.: At 7 days' notice of withdrawal, 3 per cent. per ann. Fixed, I month ,, ,, - 6 months and over,, 6 Drafts issued on England, Ireland, Scotland, and the Bank's Branches and Agencies throughout the World. . Business IIours ('en to.Three; Saturdays, Ten to Twelve. And for the convenience of the public this Branch will be OPENED for the receipt of deposits be tween thle hours of Nine and Ten o'clock on SATURDAY EVENINGS. Special attention is called to the removal of the Bank into their New Premises, opposite the Town Hall. Prahran. Gouos E. Tor.nunsr, Mannager. THlE COMMERCIOTAL BANK OF i AUSTRALIA. LIMITED. ST.; KILDA BRANCH. High Street, Near Junction. The following rates of INTEREST are allowed on money deposited at this Branch : At i day's notice of withdra...

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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