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THE ROYAL CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 30 November 1867

TILE ROYAL CARNIVAL. The inhabitants of the city of Melbourne and its many suburbs have during the piast week been completely diverted from the normal state of their existence--turned topsye-turvy inside out, upside down; anything, in fact, that will indicate as complero an antithesis of everyday life and duties as it in possible for tihe imagination to conceive of. Politics have been tabooed, and business as nearly suspended as possihl0. The central idea to which the thoughts of all have verged, has been the reception of the Royal Duke, and hots, after his arrival, we could best show our respect for himpself, and love apd attgch ment tor that Throne pof which .he is the representative. And sqoth to say, lookinag back over the rejoicings of the past week, we feel that we {say justifiabl) take pride to ourselves. They have been worthy of the Prince to whom they were offered, and of the people by whorp they were offered; and doubly worthy, inasmuch as they were but the outward sign an...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 30 November 1867

P11ITIIS. COMPTON.-On the 19th inst., at Inkerman-.red, East St. Kilda, ilhe wife of Mr. George Speocer Comptdlr of a son. FOR\r?f D.-On the 26tli inst., at St. Kilda, Mrs. C. I. Fhr~aqgd of a son. HOLT.--? the 26th inst., at Carlton-villa, High strte, Prabran, Mrs. Holt of a daughter. MARRIAGE. ANODGfIASS.-On the 25th inst., at Blairgowrie, South 'terra, Peter Snodgrass. Esq.. MLL.A., aged forty.nineyears, third ann pf Colonel Snod. grass, C.B., of New South Wales. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER .30, 1867.

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THE ILLUMINATIONS, &c. PRAHRAN AND SOUTH YARRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 30 November 1867

STHIE iLLUir NATIONS, &o. S PRBRAN AOD SOUTH TABLbA We are cnnfirmeil in our ppinion that it wa'i a mistake to have the suhirhan illunii nations on the same night as those of Mel. boarne. 'There was a really excellent show made in Prahran, which, if it had been given separately, would haie proved very attractive. As it was, it was. witnessed by comparatively feet persons. We hear the Town-hall is to be ilighted up again to-night, and it will no dolbt prove a great attlaction. We subjoin a list of the most prominent sights : I CHAgEL STBEET. I Town-hall -Three ipainted glsqs transparencies between the pillora in front of the Iuilding, painted by Messrs. Ferguson and Urie, and and consisting of Scotch thistle. with circle containing the motto " Nemo me impune lacessit," with fluted rays in white; royal crown, Irish shamrock, anid cross, encircled with imotto " Quis snparabit," and white fluted rays from edge of circle. Four main w ndows painted in rarious designs, aid lit. wit...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THE LATE PETER SNODGRASS, M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 30 November 1867

THE LATE PETERSNOD0RASS, M.L.A. Death, whom we have long known to he no respecter of persons, is as little a respecter of times and 'seasuns. The- King of Terrors brings Lis summons equally to Prince and to Peasant-a summnons which each is alike powelless to resist. ..So he comes when it seems him best. We cannot choose opr own time to die, end we are as ignorant of the period as we are of what will be the cause of our decease. This mighty King has;, in the midst of otr' festivities, paid this community another visit, and taken from our- midst sqddanly, almost without any premonitory warning, a man of some mark. Mr. Peter Snodgrass is no more. lie died at his resi dence, Blllirgwrie, South Yarra, on Monday evening. In the morning of that day he was in his place in-,Parliament, and on the previous Saturday hn'..was one of the many who went to Queonscliff to join in welcoming the Duke of Edinburgh to our shores; and although he complained then of pain in the regiion of the heart, he a...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR LIBRARY TABLE. CASSELL'S MAGAZINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 7 December 1867

* OUR LIBRARY TABLE. CASSELLS MAGAZINE; Among the many new ventures in maga zine literature which are constantly being launched in England-almost each mail bringing us the announcement of some new candidate for popular favour-there is .not one that pleases us so much as " Cassell's Magazine." It is handsome in appearance, elegantly printed on a fine toned paper, and profusely illustrated, while its contents are particularly appetising. Its piece de resis tance, " Anne Judge, Spinster," is a capital tale, well written, and with sufficient Inci dent to be exciting without being sensational. Its moral tone is healthy, and. therefore in contrast with too much of the novel-writing of the day. Some of the shorter essays and sketches are very readable, in'proof whereof we make the following extract: SvAnvINGr As A PROFEssION. A STREET BEGGAR'S REVELATIONS. What I was before I took up my Profes sion is neither here nor there. It's enough that what I was, didn't pay; and when my time was up-...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 7 December 1867

GENERAL NEWS. .At 'a special meeting of the officers ane' members of the Loyal (Oralnge Lor?ges (oI Mlelbourne, it was resolved to pr.cliimn to tile: nublic that, in exhihitiing the transparence int front of the Protestant Hall. there was noe intention whatever to excite or annoy an' portion of Hier M:jesty's sl hjects, in promoft' which the franspnrency was previeenvly sub mitted to the inspection of gentlemen eihldin,: high) autlhority, who derldred they sat, notling oljectionahle in it." It was fIrthe. resolved " That this meeting, on hehalf of th, institution, di'svow and ,condemn the out rage of Wednesday last, whereby sever, persons were injured and tihe peien of the rity endnngered, and theat efforts will he nsei. by this instithtion to Lrine the real culprits to jsatice." [Will the committee extlain wll the transpnrency was submilted. &c, if they did not feel tltere wis something about it calculated to.hbs olbjecttonable ?-ED] The following are the names of the genil...

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 — 7 December 1867

Dress and Fashion EORGE 8SHADDOCli BOOTMAKEHR CHAPEL STREET, PRAHIIAN, Near Gardiner's Creek-road. G.S. having had great experience in the trade pan confidently: assure the gentlemen of Pralran and South Yarra that if they favour him with their patronage they will ensure an excellent fit and best w:*orkmanship. S A MU EL tEID, FASHIONABLE BOOT MAKER, 18, Little Bourke Shtreet West, Melbourne. Boots made onl the French and American principle. Lasts Modelled, and every attention paid to the external development of the foot. A fit guaranteed, in elastic sides, for one guinea. W. B. J 0 H N S O N, BOOT and SHOE MAKER, Waterloo Street, St. Kilda. Ladies' and Gentlemen's Boots Mode to Order in the First Style of Fashion. Highland Shoes Made to Order. Repairs Neatly Executed. D A. R S BUR G G-H, 85 SWANSTON STREET, One Door from the Maritime and General Credit Company. LADIES',-Just opene8, a large assortment of LADIES' FRENCH LASTING BOOTS, Also Ladies' French Kid, Having just received, p...

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 — 7 December 1867

f?OLr.owAr's O?rmrNT AsnD Pr1L:..--A certair remoedy for diseases of the skin, iinogworm, scure ounldiee, ernofula or klng's evil, cFre hInds, and thr most invoterate skin disenses to whieh the human rabe is subjecr. They cannot be treatted with so certinr ond speedy a remedy as HIolloway's Ointment and Pills, which act so wonderfully on the constitutin", and so purify the hlood, that these disonses are eradi s.,tedi from tho system, and a lnsting cu'o obtained, They are equally efmicnious in'the cure of tumours. surns, salds, glandular swellines, ulcerous woundss. rhenmatism, and contracted and stiff joints. These medicines operate mildly biut surely. The cAre efected by them is lint temporary or apparent only but complete and permanent. Educational ST. KILDA COLLEGIATE ACADEMY. WILHELM PEGUS iljnt den Einwothern o vnMelbournoe unl 'Un. eggeoml an, dass .er prilvat llintrriclt in der LATPI? .CHEII N, FTIANZOSISflrIIN, und MEUTSCHI. N. Sprache ertheilt. Wiltheln" Psgut besilzt Inagj...

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 — 7 December 1867

MEMORANDA. As at pResent arrangedi the treat to the children of St. Kilde in-cemamenmration of the Duke's visit will be given an Thursday next. Count'ibutiona in aid will be thankfully received by the committee. The not ineonsiderable surplus of provl-ions from the chaldlre's l icnic il FRawk:ler Park were yester day distributte alnqg the poor of Prallran. The univireosally with which the shopk.aepers of Prahran ahd South Yarra closed their shops at noo i on Thursday, at the request of the- Mayor, is highly creditable to them. There were a few .xcptidnns-hut th-.y w re very few; and these we think might as well have put their ,huttdrs up. Ilowever, this is a free couitry. anid every one has i rigl!t to do na he likes. Still, if a mano choqsies to paint the half of his face black, and walk about the streets thus disfigured, he must not be sur prised if people coun.ena on the fact. A most awful case of sudden death occurred in Prahran Ia.t Sunlday In.roing. As hiMr. Edleards, of the P...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 7 December 1867

ST. KI LDA COURT. T'I'uD.Y, DECEMnet 3. Before the Mayor (James Pattersoli, Esq.), n a 'T. Uaillie, Esq., J.P.'s. MINOR OFFENCBS. Joseph Allwoid was summoned for negli retitly driving. It appeared that his horsy,, which was fireh lifro o rasa, had shied into as car owned by Mr' 0O. Kennedy,.but without doinig any very s'eious damage. lie was fin:l 5s. with 54. costa.--Owen Keinnedy summoned Mrs. James- Iewack for hire of carriae, :1. Plaintiffosaid that the defen dant bhit agreed to hile a carriage from himt tir 'lhursdaiy, the 21?t, conditionally that she required it; as she was then rather un well. On the l'lesldy previous he ,was in flirmed that the carriage would not he re .quired, and he having on that day refused to ltd the carriase to unu'ther petsun iri cons? qlence of his first arranlgement, ilst the use of it the whole day. He believed she had. got th use of anoibher carriage, so that it was not on the ground of illness that it was not required. The defendant denied that s...

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PETER PIPER ON THE PRAHRAN PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 7 December 1867

PEThE PIPER ON THE PRAHRAN PICNIC. Mr. Editor,-Permit me to introduce my. self to the people of Prahran. I'm Peter Piper, at their and your service. No, -not "-?q." Mr. Printer, "an' you love me," but plain Peter. The originally houourable afix of "Esq." has -become so lowered through being usurped by every whipper. snapper of a shopboy, that I should feel degraded by. using it. It has become as common, and therefore as valueless, as the French decoration of the legion of honour. And I am of ancient lineage, and you kniow " good wine needs no bush." I can trace my descent backwards to the celebrated Peter Piper, whose alliterative propensity propounded that provokingly perplexing puzzle which all schoolboys cherish as a pre cious remembrance of tlheir cleverness and delight in putting to their "pals" as a test of their pronunciative powers. Here it is, and I'll give a wooden medal to the he or she who can trip it off the tongue glibly and without a mistake:-" Peter Piper picked a pe...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. PRAHRAN COURT. THURSDAY, DEC. 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 7 December 1867

SFCLICE INTE LIGENCE. "PI A 1RAN U'RT. 'THURSDAY, D . 5. Before tL. Mlnyor (G. Youn' Eq.), Officer, and G: Pilley, Esqs. J.Ps. SASSAULTS. Two charges of nssault re preferred against Thomas Gulliver, one by Richard Suae and another by George D per. The damagaes were laid at £5 in each uss. Mr. Weller appeared for the the proseeutio and BIr. F. Stephen for the defence. Snare aid that on the Qath ilt., the night of the i umina tion, in consequence of several of his hinese lamps being destroyed, h.e went outs to see if anyone was near who did it. He then saw the defendant and T. Draper, who i menced to abuse him in a disgraceful ma er. lle returnel and locked his gate after h 'lhey foldlowed, broke open tie gate, a d Su11 :ver gave him several violent blows o IIthe chest. He also attacked George Draper. Witness attempted to expostulate with them, and'relused to fight. Did not see George Draper' take off his coat, nor bear him chal lenge the lot to fight. They were perlectly suler, or ly...

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MUNICIPAL INTELLIGENCE ST. KILDA COUNCIL. MONDAY, DECEMBER 2. Present—The Mayor (James Patterson, Esq.), Councillors Bunny, Lord, Tullett, Ford, and Crouch. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 7 December 1867

MUNICI PAL I NTELLIGENCE Sr. KILDA COUNCIL. MoNDAY, DECEais?? 2. Present-?The Mayor (James Patterson, Psq.) Councillors Bunny, Isrd, Tullett, Ford, and Crouch. I 'Ihe minutes of the lust meeting were read and conifirined. CO HgSPONDRNCE. Letters were 'read .-From Mr. Sltunnel Griffiths, complaining that a number] of goys are in the habit of going about with their gans to the great danger of passers by, shlooting littlc sin-ing birds, and particularly birdsi imp.irred frmn England. and reqsesting that the police many be specially instructed to look after. these. lads. The lettgr was ord,.red to be ainaded over to the sergeant of olicFee. From Lloyd Tayleor, slusittnm~ a romu!s plan of the land in the occupation of Messrs. Lsvev and Robhpsson, fi'ontini Barkly-strnet, and.s enirgsting that the rate owing on the land shold hie apportioned between the accu piers. Referred to the Finance Committee, with power to ,act, on the motion of CoiUln oillnr Crouch, secondled by Councilluos Ford. ...

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"DEFENDING HIS HONOUR." [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 7 December 1867

"DBFENDING HIB HoNouv."--A merchant signed temperance pledge, but his friends, seeing no im provement in hsl habit of life, remonstrated as ill duty bound. His toended his honour, and to wip. off all stain, produced the document which he had signed, and showed that hoe as invalid, as it was *ilhout a Goiernsment stump.-Bostos Traveller.

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BRITANNIA'S PRINCE AND QUEEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 7 December 1867

BRITnANN-NAS PRINCE AND QUEEN. ',?en Britainl fires at Heaven's comuianid Arose frailn nut ti y.zlsre nlmain, Ihis was the charter of he land And go rdiutn an;ie a sung the sttrin, Iule Britanoia, Biitanin rules the wa.ves, ritollns never shall he slaves. YlT m'ses give us fnrty pa:rson power, Vctorian lo.yalty oi rlunning o'er. For Engluind'o Prlliee lhas hulded on our shore, And we shall heari the cannoons' thulindelig roar, l'riumipl?l arches we by magic raise, \ntd enen the land' will be one lurid blaze, O)ur rutile ers~s we will gladly sing, And pay our homage while sie j .y bells ring. If we but stood upon the palace floor, ' is thus the siniple Doric we would pour. W eonme young Pyiuce unto our southlru shore. We love thee uclh, but thy good molther more; We love thee for hir s ike with right g cid will; SEngland with all thy fatalt. we love thee still:' ['ll.m art a son of I Britain's royal line. Plhy lnamle nmay yet a no ,fst our heroes shine, We all rl jice to see our t&am...

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PRAHRAN MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 7 December 1867

pA ?lARAN 1 ECI? ANICS' IN'TIlTUIU '1'11, half-yearly meeting' of the members of the Prohran lMechanics' Institute was held on Saturday evening last., 'Ihe chairman, Counacillor J. B. Crews,, J.P., president of tibe ipetitutiorl, ,briefly ptated the business beforn the rieeting', and called upon. the -,cretary to Iread the report of the .cons mittep of manaigement. The trela(rer's financinl statement oahi a • v;iry flour'iseriner state of nffairs alffl h een 'at the rate of nearly irlv land the only debt was one of 8 supon, tihe grand pipno, which would be ,mnlmeiately cleated off. 'Thy adoption of the re~pective reports was .rPeeiP to, onl the motion of the Rev. Mr. Pote?e, seconded by -Mr. lCharles htitchinge. Nine carrdida'es were nominated for the four ,sacaneies in the committee, and a ballot trvir Iteen demanded, tlhe chairman and the ;reestrer werae appointed scrutineers. The rsault was the election of Messrs. Charles llutclingse, Jmes Rnyloul,', Itobert Mount Meartr Matin, a...

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 — 7 December 1867

IIOROUGII OF PRAIIRAN. TENDEIlS will be received at the Town Cleok's Office, Town-holl, Prahran, until five o'clock p.m. on Monday, December 23 for the LEASE of the Cthureh-streeet TOLL-GATE, from lot Jaou ary to 8lst D)ecemlber, 1868, both inclusive. The toll will iLe et subject to the several con ditions of lease, which otny be seen at this office. JOHN CRAVEN, Town Clerk. Town Clerk's Office, Town-hall. Prahran. TENDERS, invited for BUIILDJNQ n Sweatlherlbard ROOM. Apply to Sydney W.I Smith, Towon-ial, St Kilda. IrENDERS required for PAINTING lour . Shops. Apply John B. TAYLOII, Auctloneer, ,e., Terminus, St. Kilda. SRats try ustion. MONDAY. DECEMBER 9. A Beautiftyl Brick-built Villa lesilecieno of .I Rooms. (tTUBJS, OXTOBY, and Co. are autthorised by t the pwner, D. Behrens, E.q. (who will be happy to point out the same), to SELL hy PUB LIC AIJCTIF'N.'t their rooms, 81 Coflins-street, on lMonday, the 9th day of December, nbal at twelve o'clptlc precisely, The whole of his valuab...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 7 December 1867

Banks. - TRHE NATIONAL 'BANK OF AUS TRALASIA. naid-up Capital ....... £540,000 Beserve Fund.. ... ... 145,p00 PRAHRAN. BRANCH. Chapel Street. The following rates of INTEREST areo allowed on money deposited at this Branch viz.:- I At 7 days' notice of withdrawal, 3 per cent. per ann. Fixed; I month .. 6 months and over G , Drafts issued on England, Ireland, Scotland, and the Banks' Branches and Agencies throughout the World. Business IIours 'en to Thliee; Saturdays, Ten to Tselve. And. for the Receipt of Deposits on Saturday Evenings from nine till ten.' " ' GEORGE E. TOLrURST, Manager. THE. COMMEROTATJ BANK OF AUSTRALIA. " LIMIITED. ST. KILDA BRANCH. High Street, Near Junction. The following 'rates of INTEREST are allowed on money deposited at this Branch I At 7 day's nobtico f withdrawal 3 per cent, per ann. Fixed, 1 month ..,, , 3 ~ . ,, and upwards 6 Business hours Ton to Three ; Saturdays, Ten to Twelve. SATURDAY EVENINGS-Eight to Ten. Drafts issued on Great Britain, and the o B...

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OUTWARD SIGNS OF INWARD PLEASURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 7 December 1867

'QUTWARD 811NS OF INWARD PLEASURE. All mental emmtions seek external develop nvent. Whether we are happy or whether e'e are end, we proclaim the I fact by our Iugllter. or by our tents. To suppress q great joy or an overwhelming sorrow is next to im possible; and we would not care to call that man our friend who could do it.' " Oqt ofrth, aLundanco of the heart, the mouth speaketh.'" And whetlher it he to poqr into the sympa tbisin? ear of a friend our sorrows, or tell o' the gladness that fills our heart ito an nppre diative listener, the effect is thei same. it it Swi.rely.-providod relief for oqr overchlar~ad feelings-a kind of a oral safety-valve, by which we turn off the superabundant steam of our excitement. During the past few months the Victorian publio have been generating an amnount of loyalty which sought for a fitting outcome. It .had lain long enough smouldering iu the iinermost recesses of our hearts for want of opportunity to show itself. The visit of tha Prince affor...

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A GRAND SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 7 December 1867

A GRAND SUCCESS. The children's picnlo in Fawkner Park last Thursday was a grand success. We are at a loss to conceive hoaw it ?nold have been more successful. IKnowing the croakings that were indulged in, by many p.esons as to its possible failure-the difliculties which v~re con stantly springing up in the pagth ofits promoters, and the obstacles that were sometimes, we, fear purposely, placed there, we can but cgn gratulte the Reception Commnitee on the really splelndid result they achieved. The'l whole affair is creditable to all concerned, and we, qs a public exp)nent of the public opinion. of the borough, seize upon this the first opportunity, to tender the thanks of the inhabitants generally to each and every who took part in getting up anti carrying out the demonstration. No one who has not had some experience in such matters can justly estimate the untiring labour that must have been expended to bring about such a success ful issue as witnessed in Fawkper Park on T'hursday. ...

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