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FRIDAY, DEC. 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 7 December 1867

FRIDAY, DEC. 6. Before Messrs. Wilson and Baillie. SMALL DEBTS. M. Boyce v. E. H. Sirr. Work and labour. &c., 18s. 11d. Amount awarded, with 5s. costs.—Same v. J. H. Bates Goods, £1 1s. 4d. Verdict for amount, with 5s. costs.—Bridget Ward v. J. H. Bates. Wages, £5. The bench awarded £3 with- out costs.  

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 14 December 1867

Dress and. Fashion S AM UEL R ID, FASIlIONABLE BOOT 2tAKElt, SJ8,. Little IBmorko Strcet Wecst, M?elbourne. Boets madi, on the French and American principle. Lastsi Modelled, and every atteution paid to the external deveclopoment of the foot. A fit guarantred, in elastic sides, for one guinea. ,). . 0 IN S O N, * BOOT and SIHOE MA'KE, Waterloo Street, St. Kihla. Ladics' andi Gentlmnrn's Boots Mode to Order in the First Style of Fatshion. :Iihland Shoes Miles to Order. .epaira ccutly Executed. D A. T 0RS B UT U G If, * 85 SWANSTON STREET, One Door from the Maritnmi and General Credit Company. LADIES',-Just opeiieil, a large isoortment uf LADIES' IFIRENCII LASTING BOOTS, Also Ladies' lFrench Kid. Having just reetredetl per ,ent, a large slhipmsrt of Ladies' iinii Clhitren's Boots and Shotns for Winter Wear. Ladies' and Children's Polish Boots and all the styles. GENTS'.-Gentlemeii'o Goonia frum Canal and all the best Erglish Miukers. N2' TO N GEE1, RI NG, M1ERCITANT TAILOR. 31S Little...

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 — 14 December 1867

Business Directory 050EDICAL. A. F. White, Chemist and Druezgist, (the post o?tice) Chapel street, Prairan MIiiCELLANEOUS. Ross, Bookseller, Stationer, &e., Chapel-atreet, Prahran, opposite Town-hall. James Firman, Bouitmaker, Argy e-street, South Yarra, second house from the Commereial-road. Walker, News Agent, Chnpel-street, I'rahran, All papers delivered early and punctually. J. Parker, Colosial Oven Manufactory 39 Post Offlce-place, Melbourne. Parker, Cirer of Smoky Chimndys . Little Bosrke-streeteast, Mtelbaurne Educational 1 T. KILDA COLLEGIATE ACADEMY. WILHELM PEGUS Zeigt den Einwohnern von w lelbourne usd Um gegend an, lass er privat Unterricht io der LATEINISCHIEN, FiIANZOSISCIEIN, und DEUTSCHEN, Sprache ertheilt. Wilhelm Pegus besitzt langjihhrigo Frfairung in Ertheilhng you Uoterricht desseu er sich systemisclsh und nath ler neust unoerkanntem Slethodo der Englischen Schule beditnt. ?]RS. HIBBERT who'hes high Musical Testimonials receives PUPILS at her own Wsi den...

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CAULFIELD DISTRICT BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 14 December 1867

CALLeIrTLD DISTRICT BOARD.. The adjouored annual meeting of this board was held on Wednesday evening last when Messrs. Samuel Masters (chanirmnn), Blaikie, Lloyd, Coclrane, and Foster were present. The first business of the evening was the election .of. chairman for the next Year. MIr. Lloyd moved that Mr. Masters be re-nppointed, which Mr. Blaikie seconded, and was carried. Mr. Masters returned thanks in a suitahlo manner for the honoor conferred upon. him-- an honour h?e did con steer It to presidte over a boaird wlose mem bers acted and conducted themselves as gen tlemen.-The innual statement of accounts laving been allbwed, the meeting terminated. The ordinary meeting was then held, and after the minutes of the previous meeting had been read and confirmed, the correspondence was opened, which included a letter from the Gardiner Board, stating that the delay of he re-distribution of tile main road toll, vas caused through the surveyor to'the Cnapl ield District not keeping his ap...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 14 December 1867

THURSDAY, DECEMBEH 13. Before the Mayor (G. Young, Esq.,) and Charles Bright. MINOR OFFENCES. William Oliver summoned J. Bromby to show cause'wlv a warrant ofejectment should not be issued against him. The plaintiff based his nction on his written agreement, 'which specified, among other things, that the agree ment was to terminate in the event of plaintiff having to distrain for rent; Mr. Oliver stated that he had put in Mr. Batcheldor as bailiff, but that person had no occasion to levy, as he stayed proceedings for four hours, which allowed Bromby to get enough money to pay the demand. The attorney for the defend ant submitted that there.was no case, because there was no distraifit, which it.was distinctly set forth in the act there should be before a warrant of ejectment could be issued. The bench coincided with this view, and dismissed the case.-Josrph Goodwin was summoned for allowing his horse to run away at the Fawkner Park to the great endangerment of the children on Thursda...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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CONSCIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 14 December 1867

CONSCIENBCE. The ChAteau of Riecho1'en is situated on a steep eminence, six leasues from Stras burgh. Its park and gardens are the ad miration of the neighboetrhood; and few travellers are allowed to pass through the village of Biechoefen without being asked to visit the superb ehateau. I To' the lover of the picturesque, the surrounding park, or rather, the two parks, wlich form part of this rich domain, offer much to excite admiration; while to the amateur and connoisseur, tho valuab e paintings, the splendid carvings, and the countless objects of virtu, which enrich the interior of .the chateau, render an admission within its walls a matter of great interest. Two days in the week are set apart for the reception of strangers; but the urbanity of its present venerable owier, the good and pious Count Iiechoffen, renders admittance easy to all travellers who, pressed for time, cannot wait for the appointed public days. The Count aspd his belpved partner were for many years regarded a...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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GARDINER DISTRICT BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 14 December 1867

GARDINER DISTURIOT BOARD. Thisboard hell its usual meetin- on Wed nesday last, when Messrs. T. G. Henry (chnirman, Sto s, Alway) Woodmason and Middleton were ,resent. fhe minutes of the previous ordinary and annual meetings having been read and confirmed; a letter was read froin Nit. Pritohlsl'd, requesting that the sum of £10, which vite board held as. deposit, should be taken tas the month's rent of the Scotchman's Creek toll, and paid over to Mr. Wastell, the, toll manager. It was do oided not to entertain the request, on the ground that the deposit was kept for other purposes than tlse mere payment of the rent. --Prom the Oakleigh and Mulgrave Board, requesting to be informed if the board would he willing to expend the difference between the amount voted for the works at the corner of the Scotchman's Creek tand the Boundary roads and the amount the work was let at, viz., £11 15s.,n that board being willing to do the same. a Mr. Bull[ was authorised to inspect the workr and allow...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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TWO PAMPHLETS.* [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 14 December 1867

TWO PAMPHLETS.* We have received within the past ten days a couple of pamphlets which deserve more than a cursory notice. Each is devoted to the consideration of a political topic, but the suhjects of which they treat are far from being of equal importance. One discusses the Land Question and the other the Crisis. Without disparaging the gravity of the latter, wve can but look upon it as comparatiely nsignificant by the side of the former. The one may be compared to a chronic complaint pervading the political system and seeming to defy eradication, while the other is a mere local eruption, temporary in its nature, though exceedingly painful and irritating so long as it lasts. But we shall have got rid of it, and almost have forgotten that it ever annoyed and pained us, while the other will remain mecured, to puzzle the skill of our political medicos and prompt the daring of our poli tical quacks. The land question has been a bone of contention for years. Its discussion has been prod...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 14 December 1867

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10.. Before Messrs. James Patterson (Mayor), T. Baillie, H. Tullett, and W. Ford. DESERTED CHILDREN. Three children named James M'Cann, Theresa M'Cann, 7; and.Rachel M'Cann, 5; were brought up by Sergeant Farrell 'as de serted children. From the evidenco of Mrs. Bunriy, it appeared that their father had de ;erted them by going to New Zealand about. four years ago, and the mother, with whom they had been left, had recently died. They had been assisted by the local Ladies JBenevo lent Society up to the present time. The bench sent them to the Industrial School, the boy for three years, and the two girls to five and seven years'-respectively.

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MEMORANDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 14 December 1867

MEMORANDA. There was no doubt as to whether the St. Kildn children's fete shouldl be postpoeed. Th6 weather on Thur day was not of that dubious kiind which keeps one on the tentsr-hoonls of suspense, It was a thorouaghly wet miserable day, and in so far was kind that it prevented indecision. Yet it was a pity to Ceo so many little ones disappointed of their holiday, and so much preparation made in vain. It is not pften outdoor pleasures ih Victoria are stopped (by the inctepency of tile weather, and thersfora when sooh does occur, we perhaps bear it less pat oeotly than we otherwise shou.d. It has been decided to give tie treat to-day-wet or dry. If it shosuld unfortunately again be impossible to hold it out of doors-although at the presesit writing the weather looka as though it woulh clear up-tthe children wilt be assemilsdi in the Town Hall, and, with the lhrge and varied provislon made for their wants we lhaye no doubt.they will make themselves as jolly as sndboys. I The pspils ...

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PRAHRAN COUNCIL. MONDAY, DECEMBER 10. Present—The Mayor (G. Young, Esq.), and Councillors Crews, Vail, Ogg, Smith, and White. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 14 December 1867

PRAHRAN COUNCIL. MONDAY, DECEMBea 10. Present-The Mayor (G. Young, Esq.), anti Councillors Crews, Vall, Ogg, Smith, and White. V , Sm , Thai minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. Letters were read--. From George Lewis, calling attention to a great nuisance at the south side of Unin sis'et,iarising from the rough pitchers of the channel which retains the worst portions of all that passed. On the motion of Councillor Crews, seconded by Councillor Smith, its crnsideration was referred to a committee of the whole council, on annual meeting for appropriations. ' From Mr. Smith Ellis, clerk to the Gar diner District Road Board, calling attention ts the requirements of Malvern and Wattle Tree roads. Received. Fromn H. Selwyn tmith, stating that he was sqmewhat surprised on visiting his land in Hepry-street to find that a road had been made (hrongh a portidn"of it as the continua tion of David-street,land on inquiry, being informed that it had been done by the...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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YARRA LODGE ACADEMY, SOUTH YARRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 14 December 1867

YARRA LODGE ACADEMY, SOUTJp YARRA. The close of the session' of this well-con dllcted school was celebrated on Thursda thllough not in so public a way as previously Notwithstanding, it possessed more tha usual, interpst for those immediately con cerned, as it was the last appearance at it head of the Rev. J. S. Miller, under whlosR" wise management it has attained its .r! - doubted popularity. Mr. Miller is about to visit " auld Scotland," and sure we are he will carry with him not only the good wis'he af his many pupils, but also of a host of f iends. He will be succeeded in his school by the Rev. R. K. Ewing, of Launcestan, Tasmania, who proposes commencing his duties ozr the 15th of January. We submit the order of merit as decided last Thursday: CLAsszs I. AND IT. Blackwood, Percy O.--Duo. Greenfleld, Charles W. Sec n Young,. George A. F.W. Seond. Stronach, Fortunio-Arithmetie. Gibson, Arthur-Exomplary diligence and progress. CrAss ImT. Nichols, Alfred C.-Dux. Ilanaford, Thomas D...

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PRAHRAN COURT MONDAY, DECEMBER 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 14 December 1867

PRAHRAN COURT MONDAY, DECEMnIE 9. Before Messrs. W. Templeton, P.M., and J. 1R. Crews, J.P. MAINTENANCE. Agnes Wakefield sued her husband for maintenance. The prisoner appeared on warrant, and was defended by Mr. Weller. Plaintiff said her husband had gone away on Monday, the 26th ult., and didn't return till Thursday morning about four o'clock, when he commenced to abuse and knock her abost very violently, and she was afraid lie would murder her. She demanded e0s. for the maintenance of herself and three children. His conduct was the result of his drunken habits. She admittedtthrowing a dipper at him, but that was after being struck, and was taumtingly put into her hands by dcfendant. His ill-usage had existed for a long time. Did not know how much he earned, but was aware that he had about £31 on Monday, and whenlhe came back he had only °s. Pd. Mr. Weller said .there was no proof whatever of desertion the charge prefarred against his client as he had returned on the Thursday, leq...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE FETE IN FAWKNER PARK. To the Editor of the Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 14 December 1867

CORRESPONDENCE. THE FETE IN FAWKNER PARK. To the Editor of the Telegraph. Sir,-Although very late in the week, I think you will be kind enough to squeeze my thanks to the reception committee into a corner of your paper, for affording to mine and some hundreds of families a day of unia- , terrupted happiness and enjoyment. On Thursday last in Fawkner Park the business; and at the same time fatherly, way the whole thing was managed deserves tele thanks of the whole community. It was the nearest approach to an old English village festival I have seen since I left home. And I am sure the .members of the committee must have had English exserience as to the way in which they distributed the eatables and drinkables is a thing to be remembered, sad if the Melbourneites wish to get up asether Free Banquet, they had better send for a workinu committee from Prahran. But I don't think they will venture into that line of business again in a hurry. Words would foil me to express the happiness and...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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FRIDAY, DEC. 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 14 December 1867

F.D'AY, DEC. 13. Before Messrs. H. Tullett, J. Wilson, and T. Baillie, J.Ps. SMALL DEBTS. H. C. Wills was summoned by Frank Fitch for £6, for work allged to be done in connexion with the supplying of fuel for the St. Kilda bonfire. 'The case was struck out, as the court had 'no jurisdiction over labour executed under written agreement. 3. Beagley v. W. Holland. OGods, £1 17s. Gd. Amount awarded, with 5s. costs.-J. O'Farrell v. Thompson. Gqods, £1 0s. Gd. The case had been before the court on a previous occasion, and dismissed, the bench therefore treated it in a similar manner. Same v. Haynes. Goods, As. The defend ant did not appear. The goods supplied were a hundredweight of wood, s-. 3d., and a bottle ot gin. 2s. 9d. As the plaintiff was not positive as to the date the latter article was supplied, the bendc merely gave a verdict foi is. 3d0, with 2s. Gd. costs. MtINOR OFFENCES. P. Egan was fined, 2s. 6d. for allowing his horseand car to remain unprotected in the publie street.-G....

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MUNICIPAL INTELLIGENCE ST. KILDA COUNCIL. MONDAY, DECEMBER 9. Present—The Mayor(James Patterson, Esq.), Councillors Bunny, Lord, Tullett, Ford, Crouch, Fowler, and Oldham. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 14 December 1867

UNICI/PALINTELLIGENCE ST. .KILDA COUNCIL. MONDAY, DSCEMBER 9. Present--The Mayor (James Piatterson, Esq.), Councillors Bunny, Lord, Tullett, Ford, Crouch, Fowler, and Oldham. The minutes of the lust meeting were rsead and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. Letters were read From Clement Hodgkinson, Assistant Commissioner of Roads and Bridges, declining is accede to the council's wish to permanently reserve the Custom House. Reserve and a ortion of the Town Common recently temporarily proclaimed. Councillor Bunny m?oved that the letter be referred to the Public Works Committee to report on. Councillor (trouch seconded.. Carried. From the Collector of the Melbourne Ilenevolent Asylum, applying for a donation. The writer was ordered to be informed that a sum had already been granted out of the borough funds, and only wanted confirmation by the Governor-in-Council. From James M'Culloch, Alma-road, re questing the council to re-consider his assess ment. He stated that le was assessed at £400, ag...

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 — 14 December 1867

DEiMONSTR ATION. CHIILDRIEN'S FETE Will be held I THIS DAY. Children to ssemnble at 11.45 at Park Gates. cI1ilSTCH RCIH SCHOOLS, ST. KILDA A FO U RTH CONCERT will be given by the pupils of the above schools on bihalf'oftheo building fund ON: tUESDAY EVENING, 17th INST., At half-past safon o'clock. J. S.| SEDDON, Esq., heon, orgnnist Christ Church, lisa kindly consented to preside at the piano. SALE OF DRAPERY, &c. Auction Mirt,: Chapel-st., Prahran, J. B. C1EUWS & CO. Inlthanking tile pilbli for the liberal support they have received in their efforts to sell the CHEAPEST ,DRAPERY STOCKS EVER OFFERED IN THE NEIOIIBOURHOOD,. Beg Ito state tlhiy have secured several lots which, together with the relsdue of the former stocks, they are now selling at esuch prices that heads of families and otihera in wantof DR4PERY, MiLLINERY, HOSIERY, HIABER DASHERY, TRIMMINGS, FRINGES, UNDER CLdTIIING, MEN S AND BOYS' CLOTHING, &o., &c., Will by an early chll be enabled ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 14 December 1867

Banks. r HE NATIONL ,BANK OF, AlS " 1 " TR&LASIA " I nid-up Capital ... .... £540,000 eser, Fund4..... .. ... 145 ?o t ,' Ch apel Street. The following rates of INTEREST are .dlowed on money deposited e1 this Branch, viz.: At 7 lays? notte of wvithdraval, 3 Ipr codit. pri ann. Fixed, I month . .. ,, , , montinhs and over' "' 6 Drafts issued on England,, Ireland' Saothlid, ond I lie Banks IBranches and Agencies throu, rout the.....dt .: Business HIours ren to Three Saturdays Ten to Twelve. And for the Receipt of' Deposits on Saturday Evenings feons nine till ten. GEuOscE E. ToLtstUST Maiiagir. r(TIIE COM~MEROIAL BANK Or I - AUSTRALIA. ST. RILDA BRANCH. High Street, Leotr Junetio.. *Tbe following ratcs of INTEREST aoe allowed on money deposited at this Brooch:" At 7 day's notice of withdrawal 3 per cent. per no Fixed, 1 month ". , , , 3 , 6 ,,",. an. .?pwards 6 Business houtrs . Ten to Three; Saturdayse, Ten to Twelve. SATURDAY EVENINGS-Eight to Ten. Drafts issued on Great Bri...

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DIVINITY AND DANCING. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 14 December 1867

DIVINITYI AND DANCING. It was not to be expected that so public, end apparently deliberate, .a flouting of Mrs. Grundy's opinions ses was indulged in by those clergymen who attended the recent ball given by His Excellency the Qovernor in honour of His Royal .Highness the Iinke of Edinburgh would-past by without comment. Accord ingly, a host of abonymitles have been rush ing the daily jourefals, not a tithe of whose productions have :secured publication. The Argus took sides with the new lights, end then the Bishop came to the rescue of the 01 lady. The dispute isi still raging, and seems likely to do so for some time; and we cannot resist the temptation to have a finger in the pie. The offence which those clergymen com mitted against the! " rule of conduct" that is supposed to guide clerical action was un doubtedly a grave one, and one which they must be prepared to defend by powerful argument ere they will receive absolution from the right-thinking portion of the public. Whether si...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 14 December 1867

BIRTH. WILLIS.-On the opth ult., nt her residence, the wife of Mr. S. Willi of a sn. EAVES.-On the lUth inst., at Carlow-house, St. Kilda, the wiflof 'William Eaves, EEq., of a son. S MARIAGR. PEAIISON-SAYCE.-On tlln llth inst., at the Fricnda'" Meeting-liouse, Melbourne, Joseph Pearson, of Melbourne, to Indiani. elrest dtauntlter of Edward Sayce of St. Kilda. No cards. SATURDA 3IDECE.UIL3ER 14, 1867.

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