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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 25 January 1868
A womnan nmed Mman"Rl.Mtin, residing nt Bank-street, Emerald i ill, was admitted to the Melhou?ne Ilospirol on W\Vednesday., suffering tiorq p broiken jaw; caused by a kick given by her husband. Numerous pal'ties lelt Quelenscliff ast Saturday mao!ning (anys the Geelong Adyer tiser) to proceed to the wreck of tim Light of the Age, rnear Point Lonsdale, where it is onticilpted mnore profitable business than guIhering r?hells will b hlrouyided 11 en fobr sonic lillte tO (2ullcei STD JNURY 25, a1868, SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1868,
A SERIOUS CHARGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 25 January 1868
A SERIOUS CH4RGE.-' At the Einmtrald Police Court.oni Saturdtiy last T. Thomas was brought up on twolcharge one for committing a capital offence, and the second an attempt to do so. Inspector Beaver prosecuted, and Mr. Read. defended tihe prisoner. Ann Burlnsley said she was 12 years of age on the 12tli May last. Sheb' was living at the prisoner's, her uncle's, place ori the 3ri'January, and on that day'she went ivit l'hini to the Sandridge beich near the sclub to see the illuminations. She was per fectlye'satisfied, with the view, but he invited her further down the beach towards thescrub, wvhere, notwithstanding slie used every en deavour to lesist, he assaulted her. On re turing home witness had her pinaforel up to her face, which hlie made her take doswn. He returned home one way and she another. When she was going to bed, her moither seeing the state of her clothes, asked her what was the matter, 'when sihe told her all that had oc curred. She laid t.he information on the 15th ...
FUNDS FOR THE RELIEF OF THE POOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 25 January 1868
FUNDS FOR THE RELIEF OF' THE POOR. There bPing no legal claim for relief the poor in Victoria, the duty of making some provision for the more pressing of their wants flls on the charitably disposed. That such have hitherto nobly responded to the many, calls made on their sympathy could be easily proved were it seriously questioned. But we fear.the time is fast cooling, it it hbas not already arrived, when the benevolence of our citizens will prove unequnl. to the calls made upon it. Whether it is that the amount of poverty is increasing faster thle the power of relieving it, or that the means of those who:hre never backward in all chari table works are 'lessening, it scarci!ly andmits of doulbt that there are evident symnptoms, opf an i k.a?ieuacy to grapple with the evil. It is palpable that something must bb done to increase the fimnds of those socieiies which havefor their special anid pranievorthy obh ject the alleviation.of real distres ; and, as efficient Governmert aid can sc...
GARDINER BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 25 January 1868
: GARBINBER BOARD. This board held its usual fortnightly-meet Ingon Wednesday evening last, when Mlessrs. Stokes (chairman: pro.. temrn), :AlvIay, and Middleton, wee present.. The minutes of the prevlous' mideeting haviiig been reid arnd con firmed,.a letter was -read -from the Caulfield Board, puggesting thai the engineer ~b the libhnid sll slhould draw .out a statiement sinmia~ito the onfe forwardbd, showing the money re quired to properly maintain the main road, in order to lay before the Cominissioner of Roady and:Bridges with a' viesv to obtaining it re distribution of th6 St: 'Kildia-rod t611, the pre sent amount derivable- from thai sourcelieing insufficient to meet its r.equirements. The co'nsideiratibn otf':'the;letter was .allowed to stand,'orer till. theonext. meetmng. - A. com munication from the Roads and Bi'idges Department, stated that the board's reqqest to have proclaimed, a. road against the I water reserve had been referred to, the Crown Lands Office, and their de...
THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 25 January 1868
THE ELECOTIQNS. The polling for members of the Legislative Assembly to represent the districts included in the first of the three divisions into which our electoratPs are divided, took place laskt Tuesday. Judging from the expressed opi nions of the gentlemen then elected, ,on the "issue" 'as put by i the 'Ministerial party', the bnlance of power remains as it wa's. 'Whether the elections to come off .will alter this result remains to be seen ; buit ini our opinion tlih Goveinment will meet the new Assembly witli quite as Inrge a voting power as they possessed in the last. As regards'South Bourke, we cannot but think the Opposition have lost .1 seat through the obstinacy of Mr. L. L. Smith, who would neither work himself for the seat, nor retire tfom the contest in favour of some one else who would. We sincerely believe that had he been content to devote himself to his pro fession end horse-racing, and not have thrust himself on the constithuemcy of South Bourlke to the exclusion of...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 25 January 1868
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Elections TO the ELECTORS of ST. KILDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 25 January 1868
....cti.oni- I ' O the ELECTORS pf ST. KILDA. fs Gentlemen;- II A dissolution having taken place-if pot without r an object, certainly for no purpose which could not ° have been accomplished by thie late Assemblv-I r have to ask you, rnoler peculiar circumstances, to re establish that political connexion, which uninter- 8 ruptedly existed between us frqm the inauguration of 0 the present Constitution till I became a member of the Legislative Council. a The question to be decided is, in reality, whether we are to have two Houses of Legislature or only one. This question may be variously statle, but every atatcment of it will be found to evolve tle same issue. I It has been recently asserted by tiso Attorney General that the second Chamber owes its existence to alack of wisdom and to a spirit, of vulgar ambition. Tlhere is no mistake, therefore, as to tlh views enter tained by at least one member of ithe Govern-c ment. Are these your views ? Do you consider yourself safe with the Legi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 25 January 1868
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TO THE ELECTORS OF ST. KILDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 25 January 1868
TO TH? ELECTORS OF ST. KILDA. Gentlemn.--As the above..requisition and reply show, I lhave again thle hlonuur to present myself as a Candidate for your votes at the forthcoming election. hly views generally on politics. are well known to so.. all, and need no special explanation tromn me upw, but the circumstances of the present critical opment in the political history of.the country re q ire a clearoand explicit declaration of opinion ooi.e quedstion at issue. I need not trouble you with tlhistory of the Darling vote, as it is famniliar tbooun all. But this I am called upon to say, that t?tpeople of Victoria, of whichl you are a section, dol ow possess full colntrol over tlhe levying nsd expeoding of oll the public moneys of tihe Srtate. Anre you prepared to give up this power? Tlst is tlequestion you are now asked to decide. These public monseys are the direct product of tihe taxation oft Ite people, and uo to the present time the peoplb, through their representatives in the Victo...
ST. KILDA ELECTION. St. Kilda East, 1st Jan., 1868. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 25 January 1868
ST. KIL1 AEL~xCTION. -' 4 St. Kilda East, lst Jan., 1868. To J. B. CREWs, Esq: We, thle uundersigned electors of St. Kilda, do most respec;fully requePt that you will allow your sellf to be pliced in nomination at the foslthlsoming election, nod in that event we dg pledge ourselvrs to use ever? legitimate means to secure yodir; clec tio : . . (Sigeed) Wm. Welshman, David Lyono, Dkvid Jolhnston, James F. Iay, S H. F. Bunn. . Iobert Sellar, Gbor~ge lolfe, And 120 others. To Messrs. Welbshmn, Lyous, Johnston, and Others. Gentlemen,-I om fully conscious of theo hour you Ilve done me in asking me to share in the battle of tihe Constitution at the present crisis, and I accept thltt honour withl gratitude, and will endear your to respiond to thle patriotic call by presentilog myself as nCANDII)ATE for your suffrages at the npproachigelectiqn for St. Ijilda. I have the hIonour to be, yourst, &c.,' I J. B. ChEWS. Chnpol-street, Prahran, 23rd January, 1868.
GARDINER COURT. SATURDAY, JANUARY 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 25 January 1868
. . ' GA RD.I[NER COURTI'. I ..; SATUhDAY, JANUARY 18. Before Robert Hunter. Esq., J.P., and J. S?r'Cae, 'Esq., J.P. - SALL DEBTS. MattheWi Stephens v. - Heywood. Debt, £0." Plainiiff'stated he had lost tlhreeo horses, and was lookihsg for them along with a man namedi Buck, wlho seid he had seen them a short distance off.. Witnoss offered to sell tie cllhance to Buck for £0, aind the defend nit c;ming .up at the time and hearing clithe offer declined agreed to give thie amount they were .offered nlt. Mr. Buok corroborated this siatenient. Thie de?.ntslaht denied that l he hlaid purchased the cliance; and stated that they werie to be -delivered to him at Mr. ,tephen's !yas:r. Tlis.evidenqq on this point was, entisely .contradictory, ~,i.d the bench deciledlto postpone the case till the'next cdurt fora sthird msgistrate. I i"flNiO OFFENCES. Joseph Rigjina~ wos charbgd by Constabl. O'BrDtin.ot Laulfield, with allowing three cows to be atllarge .in the public thorough fares. The constab...
THURSDAY, JANUARY 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 25 January 1868
THUnSDAY, JAvUAIY ,3. . B3ebloe' the Ma$or (G. Young, Esq.,) and SOfficer,,J.P.'s. ASSAULIT'. Augtin Kinnevan sudlnoned Jlis wife for threateain" to take his'life. Ilhese mutual misurnderstandings: nre .of 'do lieroient occ'r rence that it is almosta sltaling ilase' for the court. On this occasion the wife attacked her iitsband with a carvina' knife, lut although he had snialonoed her for It, still hIe was, in lis exceeding .good nature, lothl ti proseculte, and thle Bench accordingly stiruct1 the case off the lisjt. . . ' AlI·: i V.:
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, JANUARY 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 25 January 1868
IR-LIC?? :INTELLIGENCE.I s" r: s~r;$ LpA 0 O U:RTr TU ileSDAY, JANUARtY 21. Before the . Mayor (Dr.. Pattersoo), and ' Messrs.:T. 'Baillie, and R. Patterson, S .LIGHT. -WEIQRT BREAD. Thomas 'Miers. bakei, was chargeod with selling bread of lighter 'weight thian that stipulated by act of Parliament. Constable M'Guire said on the pi'·evios 'da' iB had ,uir d;liased from the defen'dhnit's'aiiri tw6 cottage loaves anid two ordidary loaVes foi: which Ihe aid him 8d. per 41b. He then took5 them to the snspecto of weights' haod. ,neasres, wmho fo-ud that, the first-naikrd-, was nehlrly 7oz. shot of ,b.i andd th'a.the; latter wdis nenrly oaz h''le Inspector proved weighing the bread brought to him, which .as as stated by th'e prvious witness. ..Mr. Mier accounted for the sIort: weight in.' the cottage loaves by its; being fancy bread, and the other loiaves had decreased in the baking., The bench did not deoisider either of the lonves cduld l.be calledfaiucy: 'biead withija :tlhe. imeaning o...
MUNICIPAL INTELLIGENCE PRAHRAN COUNCIL. MONDAY, JANUARY 20. Present—The Mayor (G. Young, Esd.),and Councillors Crews, White Ogg, Knipe, Vail and Lacey. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 25 January 1868
UN 01PA~ NELL;IGE1N0 PRAHR.AN COUNCIL. S :MoNDAY, JNUA?RY 20i Preseznt -ThelMa yor'(G.v Youngd; sd.) and Councillorpq, Grevsj) 'Wite, Ogg, Knipe, Vall qn Lacey. i i. i 1 Th, minutesdoflthelast ; ?eeting were read and con'firmed.'. .... ·'?: " "? 'I.·I;Mai~,. Po ?,N'iEL~i.. : " - Letters were rea . I.iFrom I.I.R . the ',Duke of Edinburgh, re pil ing'· to :tb'e:borough ~ iddress asl previdosly published in the Ielegraps. ...Mr!Vdil mo'vedl that the address and reply thereto bein serted in thel minute. book.; Councillor Og seconded. Councillor Crews.suggested that it should be framed and hung in the librai?i The !cost wouldi be: ttifling and wuild' ?.i satifactory to nl 1.taepayers. of the borolluo.b 'he motion.conneoted with :thdsuggestion of Councillor Crews !was carried, .,r . , From the Chief: Secretary's Department, stating that the request- wf-tie-Gbvernor-loi. Council :ti dispose' f?l' Ocof~ad's iva ilodis charitable institutions hbd-. teen obtained.; Ileceived. ' ' . . ii . Fro...
PRAHRAN COURT MONDAY, JANUARY 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 25 January 1868
PRAHRAN COURT/ MONDAY, JANUARY 20. Before W. Templeton,'Esq., P.M., and J. f. Crews, Esq., J.P. MINOR OFFENCES. John rDenham and Anne Sliheppard were chlarged with allowing their goats to wander in the pnblic streets, aut as it .was stated tlhat they had at the moment the constable saw them ? ist gone outside ,theii Owner's gate, the charges were dismissed.-John Murphy, Jeremiah Creionin; Matthew Wheat,. and James Kerr were mulated in a penalty ofi0s. each for leing away ironi his hlorse and cab.-- T'. Willoghliby andl E. Tatnall were charged with slaughtering on their pre mises. The offence was not denied by either parti, but they stated the reasoi of it was that there was institficient accooimmodation ant the abattoirs, whlich compelled them' some timnes- to wait fobr six hours. i'hey .:were fined 10s. each, with 5s. costs.---R, T'. Muir, for allowing. his cesspool to overflaw was dismissed., S ABUSIVE LANGUAGIl. , John Hyland v. Marg\aret Hyland. Abu kido laaunage; The proseutor ...
FRIDAY, JANUARY 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 25 January 1868
FRIDAY, JAEUARY 24 Before :he Mayor (James Patterson, Esq.), T. Bai!lie, and R. Patterson, Esq;, J.Ps. - SMALL DEBTS. R. and W. Fury v. G. Atcheson. Goods, £18 8s.'7d. Verdict for thile amount, wilths. costs.-J. Lookwood v. Ml. Taylor. Goods, £ 10Os 2d.: Amount avarded with 5s. costs. I. NTERPLEADER CASE I William. HIarnrison v. WVilliam B3ierly. rnterpleader summons. It appeared that MIr. Brieily had bbtaned a verdict htainst a Mrs. Bates, and under the power of it duly executed a warrant. Aportion dfthe things seized be longed to Mr. Harrison and Mr. Niven. iThe bench made an order for the restitution of them without costs.
THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 25 January 1868
THE ENGLISH MAdIL. As we.shall in future have a mail (both inward. id outward) every foiur weeks instead of once a month, and as' the date of the steamer leaving. Hobson's Bay will conse quentlv vary, and not be so easy of.remem* brance as it was under the old system, we here print the dates of nivals and departures as arranged for the remainder of the year. Ofcourse, the mails will close some hoots previois to the time given in the departure. As a general rtle it may he stated that news papers and registeeied letters i:will have to.be posted by six o'clock on the previous evening, and ordinaki'rv letters (both pie Southampton and Marseilles) and newspapers tiu aMarseilles' by ten o'clock on the moaning of the steamer aTo ARRI?EI Fe' bruary 1'2-- Wedncsday, Marchi 14-Saturday. April 14-Tuesday. May 7'-Thursday. I Jue 4-Th-'ursday. i July 2-Thursday. July 30--Thursday. August 27-lThursday. .. Septeilber 24--Tlhursdan. .y,.r ' sotober 22-Thursday SNovember195-Thursdaiy. !. December 17...
THE PRAHRAN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 25 January 1868
THE PRAFIRAN IIlARKET. The burgesses of Prahrar were polled on Thursday to bbtain their opinions on the fbl: lowing questions, for the guidanca&ot' the' council :- 1st.-To hold a MIarket on the ground belonging to the. Corporation in greville-street. 2nd.-To Purchase Four Acrbs of Land situate. in Chapel-street, north of Mr. Li ay's timber yard, fL £610 for a maihket 3rd.-No market. From the few who took the trouble of recording their votes, it wduld npt seem inthe the matter excited much interest, although the figuses arp very decisive as to~the desire for having a market. The total number who voted was 482, and their opinions were divided thus : For the prosent site in Greville-street ... 240 For the Chpel-street site .. . 176 No market .66
CORRESPONDENCE. BUILDING SOCIETIES. To the Editor of the Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 25 January 1868
CORRESPONDENCE.I . .BUILDING SOCIETIES. .: Tb:o .thediof bot th.Tle3r pQ .' i Z" ,r I stitn aturdaly's'paper'h ask if it is. ble to est?blisli'? company 'that would the lend,:ereota'bouse on it anl allow esident to pay so;imuch by: seekl, or Sinstalmenits"is 'iotild i ' ub: Sari Iredioup 'tlhi '~?ni ivei'f rial outr wiih lionedst ',interest, :and,,:m ke':'tlh ht the owner of the deeds ? :.Thie filtiohi I important pne,; and .bits been ?r?l-edy hed'i :'the balailte of ervrience in Vie. .... .an5d 'foundi wanting l:' heseo who have taken:the trouble to -trace the.history of laud and building societies in this colony are well aware ithat several of them, for instance "The Colonial rlgreeholdu:i nd iooigty," adopted that systemi, and in e eery case it resulted in a calamitous faihlire' The cause of failure is Sobvious..',The lalid inmust bt:e ;picha'sed .and the house built by the society before the pro perty can:be handed tor.the ;tenant oor pro posed.proprietor. It: the society is to ...
MEMORANDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 25 January 1868
MEMORANDA, ' Theriis nv i.ancyin thes borough counbil of S. Iilta, Councillor Fowler I aving resigned. Noni tations for this vacancy will have to be made ly tihe 28th instant, and should there be a eontest;tbe polling will take place on, thbot;isth of Februcy. The only caniddate at preient in the field is i;tr. Peterson,. who was; it will be" recollected, oured from.the co;'ici t. the last election by Mr. Crach We have heard that Mr, David Johnotastunwtildeot considering the amount of support he received emen last ancandidiat, be unwillihg to offer himself I he were "gently pressed." . popular entertainmeht will be given ii the Town-hall, Prehran, eieXt Tuesday ovaling. Madamo Pett will be the linist, and the rcollists Mlisses Slieppard and Isimbert, aod ttssrs. Dwighlt, F. Romer, and:Mlrris. There will Iso be recitations by Messrs, Mattliews, iHairy ~ aylor and.Cary~, and a violin solo by Mir. Miller. The vely .smali charge for admission should eunre a crowded audielncer, I t The a...