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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 21 December 1867

Dress'and Fashion S U I L IT T D, 1 ASh IONABLLE2 'DO bT AREI],' " -3, Little Btlarprke Sltreet West, MelboLrno. Bro 'a?'mod on the Proeh'and Aiorienn principle. : 'rstle Modelled. ind ever 'attention 'pauid to the " exterltd development oft t oe foot. A ft goomuaranteed, in elastic sidles, for ohoe inch. , • · :- ? . . , . - . .. . . , T'JO H NSON, OOT anti SHOE MfAK'ER, . WVterleo Street, St. Kildn. ndies' .nd Gentlemen's Bloots Made to Order in the First Style of Fashlion. li.illanl Shoes M?de to Order. Repairs Neatly Executed. :f. A. IH OR S , U I I t; , - 85 SWANSTON STRIEET, One.Door fronm the Maritime and GenleranltCredit Company. : LADIES',--Jst opened, a large assortment of LeADIES' FERENPII LASTING BOOTS, Also Ladiesa French Kid. HIving just received, per Kent, a lnirge shipment of Ludies' and Children's Boots ansl Shoes for Winter Wear.-Ladies' n4d Children's Polish Boots nod all the styles. GENTS'.-Gentleme's Goods from Canot and all S the best English Makero. A NT OF 0 ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LATE ORANGE OUTRAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 21 December 1867

THIE LATE OIRANGE OUTRA{GE. SThe poor lad Cross, who was shut during the recent Orange outrage in Stephlun-street, Melbourne, after lingering fIor some days, ex pired in the Hospital at the end of last week. An inquest was held on the renuslina on Saturday, at which one of the resident sur geons (Dr. Rees) explained that the wound was circular, find had contused edges; it lad been traced through the luengs into tihe cavity of the chest, through the mnuscles of.the back into the pelvis. Mr. IRees. also stated that the projectile had not beu ftound. Theinr quiry was concluded on Thucsday, and resulted in the following verdict :- "We find that the boy Cross came by his death from a gunshot wound received from the discharge of firearms from tile Pirotestant Hall, and we find that the following persoes were present, and guilty of the firing, viz., John, James, and Win. Mitchell, James Girvin, Samuel Clark, and Joseph Hines." The remains of the poor lad were interred on Sunday afternoon i...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOUTH MELBOURNE GRAMMAR SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 21 December 1867

SOUTH MELBOURNE GRAMM,?AR SCHOOL. (Onaln ED FROIt THE WAr;) The interesting ceremony of distributing prizes to the'scholiars of this school t6ok place on Mlonday evening, in the Old Exhibition Building, William street. Tile body of the hall and the gallery were :rowtlded by a. highly respectable audience. The ion. tlhe Attorney-General presided, and amongst hose present were the Rev. Joseph Dare, the hen. W. M. r. Vale, Dr. Huaig, Mr. Marsden, &c. The proceedings were opened by the Rev. Mr. Dare offering up a prayer. Tile, programme of readings and recitations by the boys was then commenced. The first item was the reel tation by Master Swallow,'of the "Weeping Bride" by Eliza Cook, in a very clever manner. "The Fickleness of the Multitude," by Lord lMansfield, was donejustice to by Mister Shelly. "The Trial of Warren Hastings," from Macaulny, was recited with great effect by Master Dyson, who also gRve Goldsmith's beautiful description.of the "Village Preacher" in au admirab...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MR. BONWICK'S ACADEMY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 21 December 1867

Mil. BOfN ICK'S ACADEMr. On Thursday evening at the Town ieid, St. Rilds, Mr. Bonwick's pupilsnappeared-beffre their friends on the pla form, and went tllrough various exercises in their educational coursee, the teachers displnying the systems by whlicha substantial groundnork in nrithmetie, writing, composition,. drawing, singing, French, Latin, &e., was unqniestionably attained; nd thle parrot-like mumnmeries so comnon in exhi bitions of this kind were entirely wanting. MIr. Bnn wick's son,whlo ihas for thie last eighteen months been travelling on thle continent of Europe for the pur pose of finishing his education, and inquiring into the different systems of modern training, will assist his fathler after tile Chlristmas, holidalys, and other improvements are about to be made'in the manage nlent of this already well-.conducted establishlment. Tihe MIa?ynoroccupiel the chair, to lwhom a vote of thanks was accorded attli csioof'thioe proceldingns.

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE ST. KILDA CHILDREN'S FETE. To the Editor of the Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 21 December 1867

TEST. KILDA CfHILDREN 'S FEE. To the Editor of the Telegropd. Sir,-Melbdurne has its loafer, Pralran has its, so has St. Kilda, for I'm St. Kilda'F loafer, and I am proud to owd it.' Now I, as the loafer ot St. Kilda, am unmistakably different from both my contempoDaries, as the ipapers say. The Mellbourne lonfer is of!the lowest species of our sect, the Prahran breed is sornoewhat m~ore refined, but the genuinoSt. Kilda loafer is above them both, for the first is but a re;tired 'shoe-black, tihe second a used to-was cabby, while the last-named gent (that's myself) is a fair specimen of that class of individuals who once lived by their pens in mnerchants and other oftices, but now, owing to a freak of fortune, are beholden to the fertility of their human understanding for their existence. There was a time in-this colony when I ihehl a clerkship in a Collins street baik, but in a fit of abstraction one day while filling up a cheque I put some name, other than my own, to it, and as th...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ST. KILDA CHILDREN'S PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 21 December 1867

ST. lhILDA. CILDREN'S PICNO d Ever gre'en in the memories of the clildren now at St. Kilda will remain the sojourA of Prince Alfred in Victoria, .in whose hodour 3000 of heir compeers assembled 't' the Pork Gates at,noon on Saturday last. The bittle of each'particnlar unit finding' its own alep herd, ani the shepherds their flocks, haying been accomplished, as though with a wizai'd'a wand, the marshall, Mr. Crouch, showed ithe way to the fairy-land which had been withlieli for the previous two days by those spiteful elements of rain and wind. The genii of the feast having been before and " pitched their tents" to the number of twenty-nine, the "young idea" at once found out its particular house through the color of-the flag which adorned ..the .summit. Before reaching* it, however, the grand and soul-thrilling.words and music of " God Save the Queen" were gone through under the leadership' of Mr. Ure, and which had been in rehearsal for weeks past. Like any other army they had their...

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 — 21 December 1867

Business Directtry IEDOCAL I A. F. White, Chemist and Druggigt, (the poest flee).Chapel street, prahran MSICELLANEOUS. Ross, Bakseller, Stationer, &e., Chapel-street, Prahran, opposite Tobn-hall. James Firman, Bo-(tmaker, Argyle-street, South Yarra, second house from the Commercial-road. Walker, News Agent, Chapel-street, Prahran, All papers delivered ?arly and punctually. J. Parker, Colonial Ovn Manufatoory- 89 Post Office-place, Melbourne. Parker, Curer of 'Smoky Chimneys. 39 Little Bourke-streeteast, Melbourne Undertakers EsiisuSHED 1854. . .: j O N ,R OMAN IS, ofBn ]Maker and Undertaker, iARDINER'S CREEK ROAD. 01 THII YARRA Coals? Coke, &c.' CO)AL SCREIEND, the belt deacription deli0vered t "families at Iowe& rates. GEO GU PRYDE, 2 Bond-utreet. I .(1OALS.-Best Hsusehold COA M deliver d itn the city and ss buribs t 'rsued ra tee OhN .0 ShMITI; (9k. Flinders-.stre?t es% eppc. ste the Eish Mar eet. Depot--LAustrlilazi .WuhIr I.-. ..,y : I, : . *

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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MR. BONWICK'S OFFER. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 21 December 1867

MR. BONWICK'S OFFEB. APracttau aititude for benefits received is no..t .very comm n Victorian :virtue. Not that, as a people, we are niggard in our. contributions for. sec~ial purposes, but the. spirit which prompts or.giyii g is too often, we fear, one that will not bear close scrutiny. A desire to. be thought lharitable-ta see one's name at the head of a subscription list -fear of public opinion-or eve .less worthy motives, are too often, we suspect, the main spring of our generosity, rather than motives which, if they existed, would rendenthe gift they accompanied . doubly valuable. It is therefore refreshing when we see a gentle-, man coming forward like Mr. Bonwick, and making such, a liberal offer as that we re, ferred to in our last number.. In the spirit and liberality thus evinced, Mr. Bonwick has set an examlpe.worthy ofextensive imitation, and which woe trustivill prove infectious. He has succeeded in the. colony, and instead ofd runing .. away from it and spending his ac...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19. LUNACY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 21 December 1867

THURSDAY, DECEM ERR1. LUNACY. John Young was brought upon he above charge. Sergennt Robinson said he 'had arrested the prisoner at the insti?atiod of several ratepayers close by to him, and since he had been in gaol he had conducted himself in a very strange manner. He Was quite imbecile and incapable of taking caret of himself. Drs. Fetherstoh and -lewellyn deposed to .having duly examined him, and found him to be as described by the asrggant. M'rs. Janet Gray, aunt to the pris6coer, paid he was always of a melancholy te'merampnt, but during, the last eighteen month lhe had g'one quite silly, walking up and doapn, and scarcely eating or drinking anythihg: fle was remanded for one week.-.Emma Kefford sued John Purchass for'an unlawful assault.. The prosecutrix, a little girl with two very seyere black eyes, said that the defendanrht ladmet her on the Saturday week and inflicted ttat punishment in a quarrel between t iem. A woman who was called in favour of the plain-' tiff saw the t...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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CONSCIENCE. (Concluded from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 21 December 1867

CONSCIENCE. (Concluded fromn o'r last.) Mucah as Count Riechoffen had desired to ]ove his son's wife, and anxious as he habd felt to ',Popit;ate her regard, not a symptom of affection, not a trait of attachment, re warded his cboristant solitude for hler combfort The Countess Wilhelm was not even respect ful dr courteous to her husband's fathler. She was a spoiled and caprioious beauty, without one redeeming quality of heart or mind. :Her lap-dog was her idol; her Italian wait ming'woman hler companion and intimate. Tlhe reslpect entertnined by a populous neegle bourhood .for this noble family, and the veneration in. whlili 'thle 'lute Countess's meneory ewas held, induced every one tt Iproffer civility andl' attehnion to her son's w?ife; but Giuditta's manner was either so impjerious and reserved, or so suelerciliots and impertinent, that she 'became detested and shunnead "b~y all ,i?i ladies in the neighJ bourbood. -Her-lhlsband-over-whom-she tyrannized with :all othe little cunni...

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 — 21 December 1867

MEMORANDA. _What can b! the capse of the unusualenergy In the St. l4ilda Borough Council? We have cast about foria reason, and fail'to find P9., unless it be that the absence of one of the councillors, who is very fond- of work, throws each an extra amount of labour on to the others "thatl they find themselves uneqil to the task. Time was when meeting once a fortnight sufced to do the business of this borough, I?and do it well, too, Now, howeper, there has to be a-weekly meeting. Is it that the business capacity of the councillors is not "what it used to was ?"' o that the business to be done has really so increased that weekly meetings are needed ? We like fo, see anyone who 1?as anything to do doing it well. " Diligent in business'" is an qgel lent motto. But that. is rhq reason why what can be as we'.l- perhaps better,-done in one hour should be spread:over two. Referring to our file, we find that, with the mreeting-announced for ~eat Monday afternoon) at the unusual hour of 5 ob...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, DECEMBER 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 21 December 1867

PRAHltRAN, COTURT - MONDAY,, DIoao.CriR 16. Before Messrs. W. T~m leton,-P': FM , d J. B. Crews, JI.P. MI'tNoR OFIENCES. John Wilson, a disre utabled looking loafer; Was cha?ged ;nith?l wilfully destroyilig peblie property; He had been sen' by tro y?'ng girls in the Botabical Reserve breaking down some,branches of an eoaccia' tree to sleep on. 'rhiey imoediately informed ihe gardener of the fact, who-.gave-him-n into --custady- The sergeant said he was one of the many loafers who, driven out oq? ]qbgurqo, made up, their dormii'orlyih the -rederd~6.'-"The prisonerj ad mitted that he was sleeping there, I but denied breaking doyn' the branches. The bench fined him 10s;- ith l0s. damagesl; in default, one-week's impriesonment.--William Hall was charged under warrant with obtain ing a pipe by false pretences. From I the evidence given it would seein that a gentle man dropped a meersch.ibam pipe, which was picked up by a young lad. The defen 'dant asked to look at it, stating that he had...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OUR LIBRARY TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 21 December 1867

* . ,inl)TUI LTItBARY 'TABLe.0 .The iieraryl tastel of thle lai'o miajoriry of isii(leitsi in Allsialii: wbi'nt bism'ld in the :old aounryd L ";. and theil predilbotions ihre niceossarily so stronr in favour of whatu they have been uned to tlhtrit i?itinot:be expected .an A'ustalii litei?turo iiill sprin.'iinto .exiq.enpoi..so" la'i as' tlhdirp'tisentigeneration lpst;s nt~Ylen onltc .hilhlen eometal tao e :ar i ;1plaes3jit will lbe .different. i t'lihenA-ustrailiari (w"itprs?ayi 1 findl :nnal aplpecitiive: audience ; ,anda?ip'n ,and not till tlien, will.it pay:them itoqrwrite,.a nd piublishei's to pulblish ..orks of a loal character.: .In then:moantime, we shall ,conitinug ato .depend on the mother: cn trj foi our iiterairy pabulum,: .And. soothc:sav, she .slplides nus. wall Wi 'V.'rget snoie tiiisn:from ilir ;,withoait doubt .hbut ino1e0 thlat'i !ridall "gond.annd i8ll'etisi?il.,' ,and, what is ia 'rei1t cossolation,.:vir' clheap. t!Australia is inua : edte:-with: re ilfi.l-chlap: ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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A NEW GAS COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 21 December 1867

- A NEW GAS COMPANY. S(aaoxo vanB ansos.) Undeterred by.ths?iLtile attempt of the promoters of ihe Union IGo Company to establish a third comn pony in Mcl ourne, with a view ofalall(ng into exi. tence a real competition, measures have forosome tirie been .in progress to renew. tlis" a tqspt in a diffprent manner, annd to establish a '! o-operative las Cons~unime' C0npany." Thn.necw..projee poa oesses aeveral novelmes. li the first plac, the pro ess ofmaking gas which it is pro?osed to adopt is very difforeit from that used by the other companies, the material e~ei nbt being the.same, Instead of. mnkihitho gs from.c6ol i, is iintended'to.mpke it from the comrubon 'woods of the colony.' Gas mapd from' wood i? deficient in the due admnixturo of carbsbn, and this it is intendled to supply by the infusion of the ga of a Tasmaqn 'mhietml , a kind of shale, rich i carbon' The poddiit is a ga of escelulgnl lightll?" prci~tes; vshith i b call bo ape cod, as ng to, lculaliens o. f 't1oe comps...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPEECH DAYS. COLLEGIATE ACADEMY, ST. KILDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 21 December 1867

:SPEECH .DAYIS.-. I . L , , COLLEGIrATE ACADEMDY, ST. KILDA. : Spedch days have becomQe rcirrciised as an im -portant-part-of- the -programme of every achool The representatives desre- to show to the public theo progress made by'the pupils dliriing the past year, and to the parents of them that their interests have been carefully conserved.. But these speech days, it is'to be feared, are got upl?mainly for display as much as for anything else: the programme sub mitted-cannot as a rule be lookerd pon as a fair exponent of the improvement inade. There is too much rehearsal of it to give it that freshness which genuineness bears on:thef-ice of it. Having been schoolfellows once, we can pretty well form an idea how these things are managed.- On this occasion however, we will not express our vhews too particu larly,-and will-give the verdict expressed by all present at the Town Hall on Wednesday evening last, that the speech day ofsthe St. Kilda Collegiate Academy-was a-great-success. B....

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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ST. KILDA CEMETERY. 1st January to 31st December, 1866. RECEIPTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 21 December 1867

Mi;, ST Kuan EMEenaRY -. 1 '. letJanuary.:tpostPDopmber, 1869:; 0 , , , 'or .,s , s L 717 1.. . . Contingen.cy refunded . 0. :.. ?. :: : :4, i* £1 A : 214 YE n!" : J ::: :M arI; 'Scretairyv orelork ;?anlry?. .. 1 : .t: '4 10 8 O(h!5o5 s'fiers : salaries :.. . ~..; :.:!.839 8 8 Ga?tes' feniirsa clueaing drainiug, 103' , "leionr- £i 49 .. 8.. . .: 9 8 0a *Thiidmg * * 119 1 nras .ig ing- ... ... " 12 0 Insur ~c'? .' ":'. ::..' !:;.." ". 2:? o )2; 0 41 534 18 flred it, n lnel rnae 3rl ans 4th July. 1867, befnrb J. B tWere ' .P.sb', ' .In. Cow1e ,, . rust' " J. R?ATi a'S.: ,

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MUNICIPALINTELLIGENCE ST. KILDA COUNCIL. MONDAY, DECEMBER 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 21 December 1867

MUNIPCIPALI NTELLlGEN E ST.: KILDA C6UNCIL. "MONDAY, DaCGMBERa16. r?set--The Mayor (JaIdes Patterson, Esq.), " incillors' Lord,' Tullett7, Ford,-Oldbim, . Crouchb. '.b'he.minutes of the lust meeting wre S6d and tpnfirmed. " ' CORRESPONDENCS. .·Letters were read From the Inglewood Counicil, requesting the co-operation of the council 'in '.obtiining ±he rescinding of the . clause in-- the-Lunacy Act, compelling the 'boroughs from' which lunoties .sae taken to defray the cost of medical examinatidon,-tiat council having had t~' pay the sdim of £18ih ii the space of two monuths for three persons'so taken up... Coun cillor Crouch moved that the letter be referted .to the Public Works Committeeto' report on. Councillor Lord seconded. Carried. rForp the Chief:Secretary's Office, forward ingf theapproval df the Governor-.in-Council t various appropriations made by the council t charitable dnstitutions,; amounting in all t'o £85. Mr. Bradshaw pointed out thutl it :wa qecessary for the Govern...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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OAKLEIGH AND MULGRAVE BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 21 December 1867

OAKLEIGH AND MULGRAVE B&4RD This board held its usual mqnthly hoetin~gon Thursday last. when Messrs. J rdan (c?hairmn), Hoban, Duff, Irwin, Braithwaitd Millere,.nd Orr werepresent. The minutesof thdprevioeslmeetlng were read and confirmed. Amonent the correspon dence was a letter from James MAlEwan, stating that there was a balance due to him on two small con tracts. Thile claims having been investigacted were allowed, amounting to £17 6s..6d.-A" circolar letter was received from thile Borough Council of Ionglewood, drawing the attention of thd'board to tile serious expense on the various boroughs, slire counnils,&c., by the operation of clause ito of the prreent Lunacy Act, and reqnesting the cO-opera tion of tie board in endeavourind to get the clusee repealed. Rereived -A reply ~as received from the hen. thile Treasurer, in answer to a complalint, of thie short amount of Government subsidy received, stating that the specific amouic voted ras inmouf floient to give...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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PUBLIC CEMETERIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 21 December 1867

UD OOLIC EMIETERIES. Theo "fbldwon in Iabstrctt of adcounts of' the trustees of the-: uhdesamiontioned cemeteries hlve "been published: in the Go'enmet Gazette: * K) " OIsrtnai CnroerErYa ',Fr the year 1'866.'. , . ECEIN?S. salnes"...."................ £2 7 10 Fees for graves ;.. ...... 5 0 Governmeantigrant g ret .. .. ,:; 0o 0 Beiit of house in cemetery :.. 1 .... o 12 16 SFePEimiTuR - "rnrviC nnd plans of cemietery, . 10 0 0 Ir, Irj! 'slonn, principal andisterest 20. 0 0 ,epidrii?, &.&,houise isicecietery. . 7 I2 6 S?Sry'ts anlnary . 10 a 0 I tntltonery nn~l postago ,. a gs :axtcn?s burii alfees , a.. ?.. :s ..: 618? 0 tlanc in hand . . .< a 8 £15' 5 10 iabilities£.... ...? ... 21 18 1 Ascs,'"]. [ . ., . .: : ?.. 7,,. ........ a ... a 3 3!o 80 ;I! :.-. I ,: -? ,7 .,:' ·: >ic . u ' "' "':-; i-" " j al,- b.'. , d.. I. . 18 i4 eelaredant:O kleich; -4th Augu'st,' i1867; before _tobeetluntet, 3.P., y : ', "'Tssovaa ?leossees ) e

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 21 December 1867

POLICE INTELLIGENCOE ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 'I. i. Wefore Messrs. James Patterson (Mayor), " .'and T. Baillie, Esq., J.P. SMALL DYBTS. '.'ohn Tqout summoned Casnr Clarlie .:for ose and occupation, £83. The plaintiff said the above amount was owing for one month's rent. Mr. Woolcott, who appeared for the defenidant, said a 'verdict had been given against. his client Boneo time back for £15 5s., upon which verdict a warrant had been issued and goods levied upon sufficient to pay off the demand. His client 'fndirig hinmself iggrieved took the case to tthp pounty Court, whgre yesterday, on representing that over. £4 too pmuch had been levied against him, a-verdict for £2 15s. was given in 'his favour. He sub mitted that the hbedch could not take into consideration the fact pf the verdict so given, because documentary evidence to that effect should have beens produced by the plaihtiff, and that they were bound to dismiss the case. as the plaintiff had admitted.in, the fiist p...

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