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

Banks.. H . NATIONAL .BANK OF AUS T., . ,. 'TRALASIA.. Faid-up Capital .. :. ... £40,000 RaservoeFund.. ... 145,000 PRAHEAN BRANCh. Chapel. Street. INTEREST ALLOWED ON' DEPOSITS.i Drafts. issued; on England, Ireland, Scotlanid;,and the Banks' Branches and Agenoies throughout the World. Business foures pen to Three; Satulrdays, Ten to Twelve. ,no4 for the Receipt. of Deposits on Saturday Evenings from nine till ten, RGo EtE f . TOLrURST, Manageir. t HE c IM.E:O.CIAL B4NK OF SAUSTRALIA, LIMITED. 0T. KILPA BRANCH. " 'igh Street, Near Junction. . The followig- rates Ef INTEREST are allowed) on monojrdeposital gkt thi Brnca i At 7 day's notice of withdrawal 3 per cent. per amn. Fixed; 1 month ,, , nI , 3 n ' 4 6. .,, and upwards 6 Business hours- Ten to Three;' Saturdays, Ten to Twelve. SATURDAY EVENINGS--Eight to Ten. Drafts issued `on Great Britain, and the Bank's Brancheg, and Agencies throughout the Colonies. WILLAM ILE CREN, ManaBger. -THE COMMERCIAL BANK Of Aq}gralia (Limited). ST....

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 — 11 January 1868

ST. (ILDA COLLEGIA E ACADEMY. * PRINCIPAL: WILLIAM 'ITHOS. PEGUS, Anldersonian Uivcersily, Glasgow. (Classics, Msathematics, and Modern Languages.) : SEeTOn AsMISTAxT nMAS?R: HENRY I.. THOMPSO II 0 P S N, (English, Writing, and Bookleaping.) JusNOt ASSISTANT MASTERB: FREDERICK H. SMITH, VIsiTr,sna M'4sTps : Drawing (MBn. CLARK?E) One Guinca per quarter... "Music - (Mn. Co~IPiroN) Three Guineas do. D'ancing (MI. DELriNQUnYE) One Guinea audhalf do. Singing (Dn. ADLER) Half a Guinea do. . TERMS! (Payable Quarlerly in Advance.) Day Pupils. Under Eight yearn ... Two Geineas per quarter. yndor Fourtgen years ... Thrc Under Eighteep yeara ... Four ,, BOAn?nER Twelve, Fiftcen, and Sixteen Guinoan per quanier. DAY qoAIBERS Six Guineas per quarter. The course of instruction at this school is directed with. a view to the University and Civil Service Examlnations, qualifying young gentlemen either for lho learned professions, or for enteriing at once uIpon Commercial pursuits. In addition to CL...

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 — 11 January 1868

Dress and F shion S B. J O Hf N S O N, BOOT and SHOE IAKiER, Waterloo Street, tSI. ilda. tdios' and GOntlemen's Boots' Mlado to Order in the First Styleo of Fashion. Ilighland Shoes Moado to Order. Repairs Neatly Executed. ) A. H 0 RS B U GH, 85ISWANSTON STREET, One Door from the Maritime t nd General Credit I Company. LADIES',-Just opened, a large assortment of 4ADIES' (RENCH LASTING BOOTS, Also Ladies' French Kid. eaving just received, per Kent, a large shipment of sadies' and Children's Boots and Shoes for Winter Vear. Ladies' and Children's Polish Boots and all the styles.I IENTS'.-Gentlemen's Goods from Canot Agd all the best English Makers. T' T II E SWA,'I1EILOO HOUSE, A LOT of PILKS, 'rom 42s. the dress of fourteen yards. . Decidedly cheap. QTPLINS, in the prevailing ehades, at 3s. Cd. and 4s. Cd. per yard; worth 7s. Gd. DRESS FABRICS, good asyles and colours, at very moderate prices. A LOT of FANCY POPLINETTES, At igs. 6d. and 12s., for drass of twelve yards; or 1061. and l...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MUNICIPAL INTELLIGENCE PRAHRAN COUNCIL. MONDAY, JANUARY 6. Present—The Mayor (G. Young, Esq.), and Councillors Smith, Brown, Ogg, Lacey, Knipe and White. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 11 January 1868

MUNICIPALI NTELLIG EI?CE PRAHRAN COUNCIIJ. * MoNDAY, JANUARY 6. Present-The Mayor (G. Young, Esq,), and Councillors Smith, Brown, Ogg, Lacey, Knipe and White. The minutes of the last meeting"were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENGE. Letters were read From Robert Amos, stating thatho 'would be glad to receive instructions as to the de "lvery of the weighbrid?ge 'prchnsed in July last`. He thought' if the council were not yet in. a psition to erect the same, that delivery shtilf, bei made and paymelt of balance due inde tdia nce. The decision of this letter was allot;ed. ) bwand over till the following letter was aenlt with, when on the motion of Coundillo: Lacey it was allowed to stand over till next meeting. From Mr. O'Halloran, solicitor for ir:. Johnstone, stating that he would be :williz@ to part with his land for market purposes in Chapel-street fur tho sum of £625, anod re questing to be in;formed of the council's determination either to receive or reject the offer within 14 day...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 11 January 1868

FRIDAY, JANUARY 10. Before :he Mayer (Jamnes Patterson, Esq.), and R. Patterson, Esq., J.P. t SMALL DEBTS. John Sundercombe v. J. Streeting.l Use and occupation, £1 Se. Amount awarded to the extent of 14s., with 5s. costs.-Alexander aM'Dorwll v. John Bromby. Goods, £2. Amount awarded, with 5s. costs. MINORI OFFENCE. Michael Gavan was charged with nallowing a cow to wander in the public street, and fined 5s.

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 — 11 January 1868

GE ERAL NEWS. The Mayor of' Sandhurst has received a cheque for £50:from the Duke of Edinburgh, accompanied by the following note,-" Toorak, 31st December, 1867. Dear M'Intyre,-I am desired by His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh to forward, you the enclosed cheque for £50 towards the. erection of the monument proposed to be raised over the three poorochildren burned on' the night of the torchlight procession given in Sandhurst in honour of His Royal Highness, who would be much obliged if you would convey to the parents of'the children the expression of his deepest sympathy.-I am, &o., ELIOT C. YORKE." MAr. Nicholas Foott, M.L.A., has been charged by Mr. Synnot at the Geelong Police Court, with disposing of 500 sheep with in tent to defraud. It seems the sheep were a portion of a number mortgaged by Mr. Foott to Mr. Synnot, and that he had sold them without the latter's knowledge. The case. was remandpd for a week, Mr. Foott's friends affirming he will come out of it wit...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THURSDAY, JANUARY 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 11 January 1868

THURSDAY, JANUARY 9. Before the Mayor (G. Young, Esq.,) and Officer, J.P.'s. sa?rLL DEnTS. A. C. Thompson v. James Ferguson. Goods, £15s. Plaintiff stated that a poncho had been sold to the defendant through a second party, and,althougl he had worn it on several occasions, when he called for pay ment it was ref'isdd. The defendant denied that he had ever purchased the poncho, and lie had only used it because it was in his house, brought there he did not know how. The case was dismissed. LUNACY. Brien Reilly was charged by his wvife as above. It was stated that he lived in Gardiner, and that for some time past he had been labouring under mental depression, threatening occasionally to drown himself and kill all around him. He was sent to gaol for 14 days.

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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EAVES-DROPPINGS, OR WEETCHED DOGGEREL, BY A PRINTER'S IMP. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 11 January 1868

4 AVES-DROPPTNGS, 'OnR WnETcInED DOGnEREL, BY IA PRINTEB' IRP. vsa Jamio Alas to Joamie Grant aue'vr ot the thing, we've sprung the plant. Our Duke has gone-the Duke has coe,e 'That note of his isworth a plum. 8 e says what's done is all quite right, it puts the othcs Mteeto flight. ow let us see what will they say Whey know quite well we've won the day; plhey won't give in, that game won't do,' Their friends are getting.precious few; hey'll fight 'tis certain just to show h time's not come to cry a "go." y'i t perhaps half way to meet us, u t u napping, thus defeat us; u they'll have need to rise o'er night :ath m nappinag that cok e't fight. ou'll see to Bill. they'll obe quite i vil,. o gtell them all to go to the ' ?le can when he choosesebo very utt', And of the lot he says ho's had acndugh. Poor fooitz, h'dbetter stuck to his barrels, Tm fool to take up d omen's uarrel Then poor Irolhnd, and I?is pall Duff Gavin, hcir counhy eays they are not worth having, And the Archbi.boh's...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, JANUARY 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 11 January 1868

ST. KITLDA COURT TUESDAY, JANUARY 7' Before the Mayor (James Patterson,t Esq.), Jas. Baillie, W. Ford, and - iMoore, Esqs., J.P.'s. DAMAGE TO PROPERTY. Henry C. Cresswell v. Septimus F. Wooler. Damage to property under the value of £20. There was a cross-summons. From the evi dence given it appeared that Mr. Wooler holds Mr. Brown's paddock on lease, and being desirous of preventing a :regular passage through it blocked up a gate which led into it from Mr. Cresswell's yard. This blocking up it was nlleed broke down some fincing, the extent of the damage done. Mr. Creswell maintained his right to have' epress into the paddock, ivhichl Mr. Wooler denied, unless a fair rental for the use of lit was riven. The bench fined Cresswell %s, with 10s. 6i1. costs. SMALL DEBTS. Henry Tullett v. William Dickson. Special summons, £7 15s. 10ld. Amount awardeid, with is. costs.-George Atcheson v. Ann Smith. Disobedience of order of court. The ldefendant dlid not appear, and was ordered to be fined ...

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

AtN INQUIRY. " Birthright, is worthless, while twenty-two hold the reigns of government, let us struggle for fireedom." To the Editor of the Telegraph. Sir,-Would you be so good as to inform me of what kind of material the said " reigns" are made.which the" twenty-two hold as stated above, which is an extract from your last published periodical. Or are they public offices, titles, or elevated positions to which all. peaceful citizens may aspire 7 As I sincerely value my birthright, and am not in a position to ascertain whether it has been assailed or not, please kindly allay my anxiety by unravelling for me the great mystery in which such desired information seems enveloped. Waiting your reply, as it is no use for me to struggle till I know the nature of the diffi culty in which I am placed, lest I should jump out of the frying pan into the fire. Iremain, yours &c., South Yarra, Jon. 8, 1868. J.T. [Our correspondent knows as much as we do. It was sent to us as ah advertiseme...

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 — 11 January 1868

HoLLowAY's PILLs.-Health to the many.-The universality, harmless composition, and cheapness of these inestimablel Pills have won for them their present fame. They cannot injure the system; no mercurial, mineral, or other poisonous agent enters into their composition. Their components are the finest balsams, extracted with the greatest care, and mixed together with the nicest accuracy. Holloway's .ills are unrivalled for curing headache, loss of appetite, indigestion, Ilatuleney, constipation, and other, disorders of the stomach and bowels. They stimulate, or othe wise regulate the liver. They so t!loroughly purify the blood, that in its circuit through its vessetl and capillaries it diffuses fresh life and vigour throughout the whole frame, and gives tone to body and mind,

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 — 11 January 1868

MEMORAND A-requisition is now be:ng nume uly 1 StK? ild asking' Mr. J. B. Crews.to. o ??ed be placed in nomination at the forihooming elec which has met with considerable 0 lBectss. The. fpllowing reply to th, address .. Borosi~lh' of St. Killda to H.tI, the .. the Edinburgh has been received :- -'po the ? and Corporation 'of "St: Kilda.- Geonlem?h l visit, although short, to your. brougtl, was i ing to me. I tlhank you Iheartily fbr the saion conveyed to meo in your address, of your loyl toTlthes Queen, a sand, for your cordial w lelt myself. "Ar.ED." The Borough Counci Prahran has also received the folloiving reply their address--' Gntlemen;- I'thank you foi t welcome you have given me, and' for ithe o~eun of your .deyoted loyalty to the Thrqne andp "pe of Her Majesty; and for your' attachment to IoyaloFa\nly.;. It is with, pleaouonetbatseait growing prosperity of this colony, and I can s youl that I:ilutll behr away with: me, a reecotlleci of this remarklidlo country, whicl will ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. PRAHRAN COURT MONDAY, JANUARY 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 11 January 1868

POLICE, INTELLIGENCE. PRAIIRAN COURT MO\INDAY, JANUARY 6. Before V'. Templeton, Esq., P.3.L, and J. 3. Crews, Esq., J.P. LARCENY. William Knight was clna ged with stealing a. quantity "of bacon from the premises of MJr. J. Boyd, .ardiner's Creek-road. He pleaded "Lnot guilty.". It. appeared that the prose cutor.had gone out on New Year's Day, and left'his shop in charge of a young girl. The prisoner werit in and wished to purchase a quarter pound of cheese and a similar quantity of bacon. He was being served, when on the girl turning her back he bolted away with between two and three pounds of the bacon. Alarm .was given, and the prisoner was sub sequently apprehended. A: woman named Holmes deposed that the prisoner was a tenant of hers, and that she had found the stolen property 'produced (identified by Mr. Boyd) in a small right-of-way adjoining. The prisoner said it was.the first time lie had been in such a position, and denied any knowledge as to how the bacon got in the right-o...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BUILDING SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 11 January 1868

BUILDING SOQIETIES. : Earth-hunger is a widely diffused senti inent. House-hunger, we take it, is not less ?ircumscribcd.. By these1 compo4nd terms is expressed the feeling which desires the possession of land or house. Few men but have, at one period or other of their lives, experienced tho pangs ofi both. iTo "sit under one's own vine and fig-treo" is a desire as old as the hills. It is a want, how: ever, that ini old countries the great majority asro never in a osition to satisfy. There they must be cpntent tb be "hewers dof wood and drawers of water." The posses sion of a piece of.land orna house they can call their own is to them gren an unrealised dream. In now countrids like I this the desire is certainly not :so unattainable. Land is more easily to be got, and tlhi lower classes are in a better position to buy it. evt even hera the facilities for every man becoming his own landlord are not so easy as we think they might be. True, many of, the working men of this: colony are ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LATE AVONIA JONES. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 11 January 1868

THE LATE AVONfA JONES._: A New York paper (thse Sunday Mrvel recording the death of Avonia Jones gives following particulars concern'iing her, w:, will' b interesting to her nunierous Aui lain admirers, who at the s:ine time wiltl surpiised that no. mention is miade oflId very succosat'il Australian career:- '., "Tlhe demise of Miss Jones was some sudden, though not unexpected. Consuil; tion had too firm a hold fbor death to be layed; and a naturally active mind and thusinstic disposition were all that had 1I, her, up for some time past. Avonia was daughter of Count and Joannes and n:o MIelinda Jones, and was horn in Richmano Virginia, in 1839. She made her first ti pearance on.the stage eleven years ago.; Cincinatti; on the occasion of a henefitc' 'Mr. E. L. Davenport, when she appeareds Pnrthenia, in the play of " Ingoinar." 'PM Jones was at this time prolessionally ei known, and was without a name on t bills. Her performance, however, was thoroughly satisfactory, if not entirely ...

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

A. Goon STonY.-The Daheim .tells a. story of Count Bismark which amusingly illustrates the well-known fondness of the. great minister for a practical joke. One day, while he was dining at ris hotel in. Frank fort at the table d'hote, he observed two. young ladies sitting .opposite to him' who. were laughing and talking in a very loud tone. I'lo soon perceived that they were making fun of the company, and that their remarks were especially directed against him self; but he could not understand a words'of what they were saying, as they spoke in the Lettish lannguage, evidently making sure that no one at the table was acquaintedI with it. Although the Count was ignorant of the language, he had, however, learnt twol or three Lettish words during a tour in .Cotr land, and lie determined to use his knowledge so as to disconcert his fair assailants. Turn irng to a friend who sat near him he whispered, " When you hear me speak in a foreign language give me your watch key." Mean while the la...

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 — 18 January 1868

Governmenf FORAGE, 1868-0. TENDEItS will be rereived until noon on Wed Inesday, tile 12th february neat, for tho supply of ]oroge, in soch qunotities as may be required for the servica of tihe Government; at the various 1'olice nod Electric Tel groph Stations throughout the Colony, from the 1o March, 1868, to the 28th February, 1869, lPrinted forms of Tender and Terms and Condi tions of pontrct may be obtained from tho In spector of Stores, Melbpurne, or efrom the Oflirer in charge of Police at eocrl Station, by whom also any informat pa or explanation will be afforded to per sons tendering. All Tehdero must be enclosed in a separate en velope, marked '' Tender for-- " (as the case ansy be), and depcositep in the box at the Govern ment Stqres, Kting-stjcet; or if cent by post they Imust be addressed to the Chairman of ths Tender Board, Stores and Transport Offce, Melbourne. IGEO. VERDOB. Tn enibor 0 Melbourne, 10thr January, 1888. Busta&a Directory A. F. White, Chemist and )...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 18 January 1868

\ESLEY COLLEGE ST. KILDA ItOAL). (Enltranc from Punt lIoaJ.) PRESIDENT: liEV. JAMES S. VAGuu. H~EAD 3rASTER~: J. Coosntom, L.L.D., Trinity College, D)ublio. Asnisted by a highly rflicient stuff of Professors und 5lastort. The course of instrictisen enibrices all the branches necesasry to fit young gentlemen for niercantilo life, for the public service, and for matriculation in thi University. TERoSi sER QUARTEc. Day Pupils, under 12 years ..................3 guinoEs. Do. over 12y .........years .... 4 do. Day D3oarders ............................5 ned 0 do. Resident Boarders...........................15 and 20 do. To meet tihe views of pupils desirous of fioishitig their Education at a superior school, but not intond ing to pursue a course of clussics. an REglli nd Commercial Deportment will be organised, to comiocnce with the new year. Terms for Day Pupils, irrespective of age, 3 guineas per quorlor. A reduction of 10 per ceot. is ade ini tile case of brotliers, helin resident or ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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OAKLEIGH COURT. SATURDAY, JANUARY 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 18 January 1868

OAKLEIGH COURT. SAvUrsiY, JANUARY 1I Before Mr. Templeton, P.MA Little v. Doran. Defendant was convicted of using abusive language, and fijed 10s., and 2s. Gd. costs; and also of committing an assault, for which he was fined 10s., and 4s. Gd. costs. J. Bishop, D. lMyan, J. O'Mara, and-Chas. Godfrey, vere cisarged, under sec. 34 part 3 of the Police Offences Statute, with being. unlawfully upon the premises of a church. It appeared that the defendants had on the night of the 3rd instant been amusing themselves by ringing the bells and breaking the windows of the English Church at Olakleigh. It was contended that the section under which the proceedings were taken did not apply. The magistrate upheld the objection, and dis missed the case. F. Edwards v. B. Owens was an assault case. The parties had been drinking tt a beerehop in the neighbourhood, when a quarrel asose, and they went outside to fight. Shortly afterwards the complainant, who is a Portuguese, ran into the house, seized a ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 18 January 1868

FRIDAY, JANUARY 10. Before the Mayor (Jomes Patterson, Esq.), T. Baillie, and R. Patterson, Esq., J.Ps. MINOR OFFENCB. John Fleeson was summoned by thela spector of Nuisances for neglecting to erect a proper vater closet. The.bench fined him £5, to be reduced to is. if cosplied with in 14 days.

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