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PRAHRAN COUNCIL. MONDAY, DECEMBER 23. Present—The Mayor (G. Young, Esq.), and Councillors Crews, Smith, Knipe, and White. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 28 December 1867

PRAHRAK COUNCIL. *lUNAur, DEcEMnBa 283. Present-The Mnayor (G. Young, Esq.), and Councillors Crews, Smith, Knipe, and White. Owivmg to. several members of the council being absent, and the paucity of the corres pondence, the minutes and the letters were passed over until next meeting. The Financial Committee's Report, recom mending the payment of the following items were agreed to: 204. Jas. Johnston, cleansing ... ... £3 0 0 205. Jas. Macdonald do. ......... 3 00 206. Henry Harris do. ... 30 0 207. Josh. 'egan do. . .. 0 0 Jas. Rankiti, kerbing and channelling Caroline and Carlton streets •... 20 0 0 Taylor. and 8angster, recreation ground 10 0 0 Symons and others, day labour ... . *4 10 0 Melbourne Gn and Coke Co ... ... 2 11 8 Wooleott and T'lurner, lawr charges ... 8 1 6 Salaries ............ ... 86 13 4 Grants to charitable inistitutions... ... 80 0 0 £293 16 6 . ORDERS OF TI?E DAY. Councillor Crews moved- I " That the following sums be paid by this council for illuminating the...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPEECH DAY OF MR. CONNOR'S SCHOOL, PUNT ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 28 December 1867

SPEECH DAY OF MR. CONNOR'S SCHOOL, PUNT ROAD. The late hour at which the annual meeting terminated on Friday of last week prevented the possibility of our giving any report of the proceedings in our last issue. This has given opportunity to gather a few facts connected with this school which are of special interest. Foremost among these we learn that when Mr. Connor first became connected with it, some five years since, the average attendance of schlolars was only about 50, whereas it is now 300. We think this of itself a most pleasing testimony to the general efficiency of the management. Another fact is, that for this large school there is no necessity, as we understand, for visiting masters, the gentle men and ladies Iessociated with Mr. Connor performing all the duties amongst themselves. The only drawback to increased success is the want of some additional accommodation, about £250 being required for the addition of separate class rooms, so that the in convenience of two or thr...

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 — 4 January 1868

Business Directory . ... * nsCAL. A. F. White, Chemist nsd Druigist, (thbe post. olree) Chapel street, 1tihran M ISCELLA OuIS . Roes, Bookseller, Sotionoer, &e., Chiael-.etreet?, Pr?,laran, opposite 'ownlaoll. •. Jonos Firhnan, Botnlaker, Argyle-.trc!et, South Yarra, sccoid.houso fron S tle Comnmercia-iroad. Walker, News Age'nl:t, Chopel-street, Frahran,. All papers delivered ecrly ood punctually, J. Parker,. olo:ial Ovas MalnUfactory| 09 Polt Offce-plIce, Melbounle. I Parker, Curer of Stoky Chiinneys189 Littl4. Bourkesti eet oset, Melbourne

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THE INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 4 January 1868

TILE IiNTrEltCOLONIAL CRICKET I ItA'lCH. lThe eleventh match between the picked: cricketers nf Victoria and New South Wales, pommrinced on the MIelbourne Cricket-ground on lo3uxing Day, was odt brought to a con elusion until lloriday last, the extension of tihe play over four days being ciused by the untistally (for colonial play) high scoring, iand the loss of time occasioned by the tornudal on the Friday afternoon. , l'hs main f'atures wf'the play were the fine batting of I. W., bWaidill (who made the unprecedented scores of 110 in the first innings, Rn ancarriell his but pout fi 45 iin the second) und Robertson, for Victoia, and of Thompson, Gilberl, and Caffyn for New South Wales; and the bewlng of A Ilan and Wills for the winners. Allan, who ,has never before played in a great match, proved himself an invaluable acquisi tion, andl we should imagine.his doings with the ball will iprove the cause of a trasafer of i his services fiom the suburban club (South' Melbourne) with which...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 4 January 1868

Dress. and Fashion 8j 3(f E I, REI n, S ' L SfIONA]LE BOOT AR]ER, 13, Little Rourno Strcct WVs?t, ?ollbournec. oeotas mrade on the French and American principle. *.sto ~lodelled, and every attention paid to tile extenl drevelopnment of the foot. A fit guaraonteed, in elaslic sides, for one guinea., S 1. ....Q~ W .! i. .J o Ii h' s q , S BOOT and SIHOE MAKER, Woterloo Street, St. Kilda. Ladies' tnd Gentlemen's Boots Mode to Order in . the First Style of Fashion, Itihlahnd Shoes Madq to Order. Repairs Neally Execnuted. I) -.I" o R U s v R , D 5 SWA.NST QN STREET, ' One Dosor from thile Maritime and General Credit I Company. LADIES',--Just opened, a large assortment of LADIES' FRIENCII LASTING BOOTS, ABlm Lrdies' Frenoh Kgid, Iliviog juot received, per Kent, a large shipment of Ladies' ail Clnidren's Boots and Shoes for Winter lear. Ladies' and Children's l'Polish Boots and all the styles. GMSTS'.--Gentlemen's Goods from Canotland all ' the besat English Makers. I AI NONGCE1BING, • " 3...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO WORK AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 4 January 1868

TO WORK AGAIN. The Diuke leaves us to-day-ivo Inve on joyrd ou' Chlristinms andl Nsv Year holidays --for the past six wreks politics and business have hiad to play second fiddle to pleasure. This state of things has now to be altered. Wo mnust revert to the old plan--business lirst, pleasure atieiwarids. Yet isefibre we do si let is wn ish our Royal guest b;n ryagqe. Andl thldt w shaill do heartily o davy. As we receiveK ond ave entertained him, so shall we bid him goodbyo. His visit has been as a rny of sunsline in our colonial atmosphere, heret fore uncheereq tly o pre senpc of Rl nalty. I ,We harv doo-our .bpit tp giyoe him a favqurpble iipression of both lip and 'ih cqlony And its resources; and we think not altogethe! r unsuccessfully. And we will even be selfish enough to' indulge the hope that when lie and his suite return to Englnnd, and talk gbout what they havH seep here, it may be the menns of benefiting tie Icolouy mantiiajlly. This afternoon, thel people will assemble i...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ADDRESS TO PRINCE ALFRED. IN LATIN HEXAMEYER VERSE. AD ALFREDUM PRINCIPEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 4 January 1868

ADDRESS TO PRINCE ALFRED. D- LATIi HeXAMaETle VERSE. .BY A R1ATEPAYER OF PRAHRAN. AD ALREDUSM PRINCIPEarM. .O .fi:.felix, Resinim semper nmandal, Aceipe5.crde rvolents tuo, quae gaudia damuns. Priscus mnor patrita, virtus, aconsnsus, honesta, .Omnia qumeasntes laudnant, qum clara vocantur, .Conclamant ssvo i salve! qali primus ah oris Nostratis, Pl'rinceps, susis venisse per undas. Aspier. quntantum possis. qure tibi visa fererruss. Fartifer Isis populus.validbqu e labnaant in arvis; Jile eresrunt perudesalet oves dant rellern nobis EToEfrlodit Ilec-fossor, el rupibus eripit aurum; Rie ridrte rmlium.lo colles dnit poeula vini;i Bin floreant segctes, hie nos cresemus agendo .lic urbes surgunt. Prineeps on nobile regnum ! Neaspatriam veneramur, enim dienatur amari, Illius at fines et duleria liquimus anrva, Al ourerendam aliam, et vestun trIansivimus asquor. rer triginta nnnoa nobis hbae littora parent Janmque, rvolente De. qus.dalm fiandnvimus arto. Imperii genesin prmclari sole sub ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MEMORANDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 4 January 1868

MEMORANDA. Now that it is dlecided theire is to be a general election, "rumours" are flying about nas to the intentipns of both candidotes nod constituencies. As respects St. Kildla, cwe hear thant steps are beieg token to induce Mr. Iobert Murray Smlith to coltest tihe district in conjunction with tile IIon. T. It. Fellows, in opposition to the Government. The rumour lthant it hItl been determined to allow \Ir. Fellows and Mr. Crews to 's walk over" we don't beliece. Tile conjuncture of iffsirS is too implortant to ladmit of any such comnprmnile. Tlhe contitiutional party possibly mny not be able again to return two membnlers, blut they will be traitors to their principles if they do not make rvery effort to that end. And in like mannier tile Mitnisterialista; who it is said have greatly imiprovedl their position an tile register, shloulld bie aoxious to test thie tiutls of their assertion. WVe canolut learn whlether they have yet decided upn whooini to run with IMr. Crews. Yester ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 4 January 1868

FnIDAY, JANUARY 3. .Before the Mayor (James Pntterson, Esq.), and Messrs. Baillie and Moore, J.P.s. MINOR OFFENCE. John. Donnelly end Michael .Collins, two cnnbmen, were bothl clharged .with crenting a .disturbance in the public street. Itt.nlppa'red tlat .tlh constnble had found .tl em in fltin nt the 'Junction over a position on .the oca stand. 'Jhey were fined 6s. each.; or, in defnlilt, .24 hours' imprisonment.-Eiun Pnnton was charged villh heing drunk. She b'Iad been found at three, o'clnckc that morning -i.High-street.in a helpless state of intoxica. tion. As it was her first offence, she was dischaerged.-Andrew Norbury was fined Is. for. n sjmilr offence. SMALL. ,.DE??DTB.. B. Wheatsn v. Daniel Lovelock. WagesI £1 Is. Plnintiff stated that he had. been hired as a gardener, &c., at 8s. peir week, .and that lie had been.paid only lIs. outlof fouar week's wage. Mr;. Lovelok snid lhea •lied taken tile man out of,pharity, nard that on firsi ensgnging him bor?lht n rng for ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. PRAHRAN COURT MONDAY, DECEMBER 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 4 January 1868

POLICE: INTELLitENOEt --~~~~ ~~~~I---- -- -- -*-!-:-- ! PRAHRAN COURT SMONDAY, DECEMBaS o 30. Before Messrs. W. Tem?llet'on, P.1m., q Yqong, and J. B. Cre'is, Esqs.J.P's.1 I. AROENy., William Thpmpso:n, a coloured man, was charged with stealing a cage with a coupl?1'of magpies therein. The prosecutor, T. Thompson, seid lie was .maoke early in the moirning and.saw the prisone' coolly wallking off with them. .He could give no satisfaictory qrcount of himself, and wri gqqsequeptly san to gjol .or g one monlth i SLUNACY. . James Cleary was charged as bqove. frq hadl been arijestel' by the police ,in a main clioroiugihtre miaking- use out" very profanii aInguagea ind otheriyise conducting hlinself in suc at. boisteroas and strange. a mnner as to collect a large niiniler of boys around linit Tne prisoner'whio lini a' very wild expression ibiut the eyes, stated tl1:tiiglthohuh ho had lieen christened Jmnes Clemay, his "roper name was God. ie was' iremnnded for imdical inquiry.-Jolin Whitco...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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BENNY BURTON'S BEQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 4 January 1868

BE NY BUTRTON'S BEQ#EST. / St THOMAS MILlHran Benrny. Burton, farhier, in the village of 'ieddlethorp, had always 'promiseid that, dio when ho might, "hlie should makoea bit of a Beqiest--quitoe enough tb provide a first rate supper to his old boon companions, whom he had been in the habit of spending his evening with for many long years at the 'Old Brown Boar.'" Before he died he'ful filled his promise, leaving what ho called "a privato Bequest," independent of his will. IHe was often heard tob say that "lhe had never injured man nor woman, child nor chick, in all his born days," and he died as 'ho had lived, a hale, cheerful old man, meet ging dpathl. as bravely as a fearlass soldier would in a battle-field. Noeor the doctor nor the curate, who administered ample doses, of drugs and diviity, were able to bring him to what the curato considered a befitting frame of mind for la man whose last thread of liife was fast spinning out, as every now and then he lay chuckling on his bed, u...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 4 January 1868

ST.; KILDA COURT. T'UESDAir, DECEMBpei 31.* Before Messrs. James Patterson (Mayor), and T. Baillie, Esq., -.P. A: AsAULTS. MIory Gordan, on warrant, was charged with threateninig-tq take the life of her hus band. Prosecutor, a police constable, said lis lrife, to. w'oiii he'had been. married but A sliort tiinme 'as 'ip the habit of getting intoxi cated, and thllt eCnsedluently be could get ,o rest alter comiho m home friin a beat. On one ocasion' while lying down' sie seized a tumblei and intlicted a serious wound on the side oflis lice. I Tlie wile? said she'id been ibused ve) ,inuci sience her imrriage, and that on tle th bird day aftir hl'e lied ledculiiffed and itilerwise multreatbil her. The bench advised' both parties to iturp over a new leaf at the approaching new "year, and dismissed "thl case.,. T. O.i ' re. v. Oven Kennedy. Assault. This case arose out of a disiput between miasci' anidl servant,and being oLa. 'trifling nature, (was dismiissed. .I.MALL Db6BTS. James Fedrpni...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE GARDINER FESTIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 4 January 1868

, THE GAltDJIER FESTIVAL. Tuesday lnst-was- ono:of fthose refreshing Englishl-like clousdy : dis' most welcome at this season of the year, and 'would tempt even the most hypicondirifcall to" take a,'l ng constitutionl.'al It wits then on this day, after an- hour's bsihrskwakilKng from Prahran, that the scene of onf of:those numerous festivals in ionour of His" Royal' Hi-ghness the Duke of Edinhurwlh'wae reached. Prepnrations'had heen com?ficheed: at an early hour in the n?mnring .by the committee, nnd so thoroughlyl did they orghnize the nffiiir 'that soriewhat of -lull- occured --about-.-one--o'clock, which ifforded .an opportunity for the writer, who srrived about this time, to tnke a stroll throuhJi Mnlvern, one.of the most picturesqla. townships in the colony,.situated on the slope a a ilii, the inn arounuo thie cottlges| .etokening an ordent desire to wrest from the soil the various fruits.and garden producile Which are so .well known in the Mellournen and other markets, and ev...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MINOR OFFENCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 4 January 1868

· lOINORt OFFP~CBS. hmnS-Alston wasnchlnrged y Constahble Iraoy with: allowing ,the Yn. Yenn water to ra to oste, ht the offence was.-not provedl to tie sptisfhction of the bench, and the case .n.. dismiB•ed. EdaErd lUirins was broughlt ip, for "x lgcftiO, to maintain Ins clild in the .d..tr.i. Shool .There wns E? :'Os.tarrenra d i a t. 1. Ir we ek, ?w ich tile defe odn t' _yA?Je',could -ot pay for want of employ h bech refused Io accept the plea, there wans plenty ofworlkt~t be had if was only willina to look.aftPr it and d itd MIe was remanded till next court day..

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 — 4 January 1868

educatianl.- --, : ST, KI~LDA OLLEGIATE.: ?CAD E 3Y. PRlPIDAL: WILLIAM 'iHO~. PE GUS, Andersoniq, Universflt Glaqtgoto. 3Classicr, Mathemtics, and Modern Languages.) IIENRRY It. THOMP SON, (Engtish, Writing, and Bookkeeping.) Jov.zon As ssrA 3TA MsTrt: ".FREDERICKI II. SMITIH, .VISITIO MASTERSi : rawing (O. .CAREE) One tGuitea per quarter. .usi.- (M. Co3trTOs) Tihrq CUineuis do, oaneitg (Mu. DE1.roLANQUn) O? Gunitto aottdhalf do. inging (DT: An,?.n) iHalf quinea do. TERMS*: (Popyoto Quorterly ip Advanoce.) flay TIupils. onder Eight ears ".. Two Gahiep per quarter. Luder Fourteen ytars ... Three ,, Under Eigttenyedro ... Foor , , poxnsrns Twelve, Fifteen, and Sixteen G?uneas S per quaorter. D)aT Boamunns Six Guincas per quarter. The course of instruction at this school is directed with a ricw to the Universitj' anid Civil Beivie' Examinattioos, qualifviig' omuug gntlemen ,eithr for- thie learned professiontr, or for ehtering Lq oneo uIpon Coommercinl pursuits. " In addition to CLASSI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 4 January 1868

mHi E NATIONAL BANK OF AUS. . TRRLASIA. " ' ? i?id-up Capitl " . 54o,000 eve · Fuo·nd.. 145,000 P " RAHRAN Bi'ANCH. Chapel Street. ?The following rates of INTEREST are allowed on mony depotte at tihisn Branch, yiz.: At 7 days' notice of withdrawal, ; per cent. per ana. ' Ixed," month ... , n . ..; 6 months and over 86 Dtifts tdioted oi England; Ireland, Sj:iotland, and _ the .:Banka' Brmches.and Agencies Fhroughout the World..... - - nBusine'ss Hours ['en to Three I-'StuirdaysO Ten to Twelve. and \for the Receipt of Deposite op Saturday ! ... .Evenings.from nine till ten. GEo?ai. E. Toens UsT, Manager. HE COMMIRCIAL" BANK ()F : ·AUSTR~ALIA. LIMITED. .ST. :KIL.dA BRANCH. H: ig. Stict,iNear Junction. Te folIoi. g ., t of INTEREST aiie i.lloe, . on money deposited at this?DBrnh: yt 7 d p''r hr??ihdrawal 3 per ceSent. per ann. ., Piied. ii , ,,"a ,, a ? ;'"' ' ? ,, 4 ,, ,, 4 .,, ? , and ppwards 6 ., Bueiness hours Ten to ?ree; Saturdays, Ten to Twelvi. sATURDAY EVENINGS-Eight to Ten. Dr...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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CONCERNING OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 4 January 1868

CONCERNING OURSELVES. The jborunlist who, discarding for the nonce thie well-defined paith in which his or dinary cdtities lie, venturez on a little personal " contlb"i with his readers, trends qp delicate ground. If he is not very carelful ie will be sure to idcur o chraige of being e'otietical a clehargn which to a -sensitive person is especially ol'jectionable. It is, however, sometimes hiS' duty to incer t!is: risk-to take his readers into his confidence,: and cha with thlem on what ie conceives to be the duties atising out of the mutual 'relnion in which tthey stand to eaclh other. I Not the least appropriate time fbr doing so is tlhe com mencement of a New 2 ear. It is a time when wost peopol loIk back on the past, and try to pbep into the future--whenl they take stock of what they have doqe, hand form resolutidns of what they intend to do. 'We propose to follow this example-- thlich is a very good one-and make an ppieal to piur ieaders, which we hope will be responded to. if ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 4 January 1868

MARiRIAGE. A'BECKETT-BUIKF.--On thle 31st ult., at All SSaints' Chuirch, ' st? St. Kill, ~i the Rev. Dr. Bromllby, assisted by the Re." J. H. Gregory, Etdhrard Fitzhayley, tlhiC "oe of Sir Wtllhun A'Beckett, tfo Deedalu J?une, tliird daughter of etoberc Bartlett Burke, LEq., of St. Kddu. " DEATHS. BAIRD.--On the Ist inst., at Gardiner's ireek road, South Yiarr, JUohn Smuith Baitrdi agei thirty-tfive years, fornmerly of Gltasgow; Scdtlaund; and Belfast, Ireland. tOODY.-d-n the 30th ult., of diphtheria, tar 'garet, daughter of I.esley A. Moody, 6f SoUth Yirra, aged eight years. '" WARD.-Ont the let inst., at Greenwood-tvilla, St. Kiilda, Lucio Assleton, infant'daughter ef[Joteph Wanrd, aglt four months:. LABERTOUCHE.-On the S9tlI ult., at Wailliams road, Toorak, of whoopi'k:cotugh, 'Itynbtind tumner, pnly son of P. P. Labertoucte, aged fifteen moanths. .-- .- ...... .. TO CORRESPONDENTS. Oh! Lird."--In type, but too scurrilous far insertion. S. ? De , JANUARY 4, 18. STUR~DAY JAINUARlY...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 11 January 1868

BIRtTIIS. FERGUSON.-On the 8th inst., at Coila-cottage, S' outh Ytrra, Mtrs. Ferguson o a son. TAYLOR.-On the 7th inst, at Avoca-street, South .arra, Mrs. Rubert Taylor of ia daugher. MARRIAGE. BOOM-SIHADDOCK.-On the 6th inst., at the Sbride's fathi's, by the Rlev. W. Moss, Mr. I. W. Bloom, professor of music, to Elizabeth Aun Shaddock, of Prahran.

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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BOO BOO REDIVIVUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 11 January 1868

BOO BOO. REDIVTIVUS, The electiqn campaign has not opened au.spiciously, The 'amenities that have leen so freely exchanged .between citizen mnd citizen d?ring our six weeks' carnival,. seem likely to be succeeded by exasperation and ill-feeling. The spirit evoked at the meeting held in the old Exhibitioo' building last Monday ovening to, hear the Attorney. General explain the "' issue" to, be tried at the coming,elections has struck a' key-note of discord which we fear.will reverberate. through tl?. whole, of the contest. ' We had hoped that we had arrived at such a stage of civilisation that we coupl afford to give every: one a fair, hearing.: But it seems we have not. In a country where.the-larger portion, of its manhood. ig denied *political rights there may be some palliationi forturbulence at election times, but in a place lilre tlhis, where every man has a vote, or.-can have for, a shilling, it cannot be excused. It is a disgrace, an everlasting disgrace, to the electors that ...

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