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FILIAL AFFECTION. (AN ORIGINAL SKETCH.) [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 1 February 1868

FILIAL: AFFEC'I'ION. (AN .pIGINAL SKitTCHl.) In a. enptif.llly situated and romantic spot in one of th- southern'counties ofold Eng lind . ,esided i( olonel 'Desailly, a. retired vetrnann, who had mantilly tought and indee I bled for his cslipt'?' during the whole weary PeninisularWarr. Under the immortail We) lington he had risen through the various grades of siptprioritr:from an ension to :the enviable position, of col01el of a regiments The charming and. sequestered spot,, to which we allude. hiad.de:cended from father to son for maayv successive generations, until at. last et. is. father'u, death the gallant Colonel became solo. preoppietor. Belonging to'the old school, and imbnued with all the prejudices of the times, h' used, o pride him self upon thei nulmlei of h bygone centurits through , which he ould trace thie.t. ol l:an cestral line.", He was, at the. time to which we refer, in what w?e "shotidf corisideir com fortable circlumstances, still lie was fthr.hrom being a wea...

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 — 1 February 1868

e ±RJIai PEn QUARTER. y Pupils, undr '12 years ..i..............3 guineas Do. overl years .................4 edo. y Boarders .y... ...................5 and 6 do. dident Boarders......... .....15 and 20 do. o : neet'tho views of pupils desirous of finishing ir education it a superior school, but not intend to pitrdue a course of classics, adt, English and :nmerelal' Department will be organised, to Slmence with the new year. Terms for Day ils, 'irrespective of age, 3 guineas per quarter. i" reduction of to per cent. is made i~e the case rothcrsa when resident or weekly boarders. 'upils of ill religious denominations admitted. b:he Cla?bss will be Resumed after vacation', on nday, the 3rd of February. he H' ad Master will attend on Friday, the t' January, to: examine, and classify new 'rospectuses may be obtained by application to Rev. Jases S. Waugh. ," I OUTH yARRA COLLEGE Darling Street.' Ise to the Rail ay Station. Gardiner's Creek-rd. P ' rincipal: ' REV. R. K.s EWING, I cSt. And...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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MANAGEMENT OF THE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 1 February 1868

MANAGEMLENT OF THE. HOSPITAL. The Melbourne Hospital is a noble'insti tution. Tlhe good it hlias doi, 'is perhapi incalculalde. It hans been kept up at great expense to tlie colony-bat that hias not been grud eil. So long as it was believed to be eliheipcial to and. needed by stiffering humani'y, the amount was freely paid by a generis p public.• As, however, nothing human is perfect-there are even spots qn the face of *tlje sun--it has latterlY come to be questioned whether the' mnnnagement of this institution is exactly wlhat it should be. Hints of disagreements in the commiittee came to be brnited about; aind the reluictance with'which that'bov consented to reporters ror the pi'ess attending its meetings iave colour to the supposition that'they did not like the ligiht. Tr'hrough the agency of the reporters we have certainly learhed that the committee is tiot' i hslppy family. It was reserved to themselves, hIowsever, to produce the 'unfortiinate 'impression on the public mind tha...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 1 February 1868

.TanSDAY,'JANUARY 80.'; Before the Mayor'r (G. Yoing, Esq.;).andl - Oficer, J.P.'n. ASSAULT. Ma?ry Ann Pursell summoned Esther Jnr rett for "n ansaurilt. The plaintiff said tihat on SSunday, last she had quietly asked the defendant's.ihusband, who lives close by, for a duck which had been handed over to their son in an mistake by another lad.. Mr. Janrett was complying with thy request when defendant rushed out and caught hold of her by the neck, threatened to murder her, and stuyck her a severe blow on the cheek. Mr. J.nrrett- interfered and tried to prevent his wife striking lier.- There was only one other persop present. Did not "go into the kitchen and point in one of the' defendant's lads, and say "'lhab's ,.thl little thief." A Ind-named William Crooke deposed to seeing thie plaintiffstruck by Mrs; Jarrett at the door of the house, who a.ccnmpanied the violence with had langutage. There was no. had nlnguage used by the prosecuLtrix towards either the idefendant or her son. In ...

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 — 1 February 1868

MEMORAN DA. A special eefting of the Prahran Council was held on 1Monda?y 'for the purp0ose of hearing the mayor's report on the result of the ballot of the burgesses on the market question, and to decide on the mode of procedure, &c.L-present: .Councillors Young (mayor), Creirs, White, Lncey, Smith, Ogg, and Knipe. The eolIort stated the majority in ferour of the Greville-street site to be sixty-four over that proposed in Chapel-street, and that the advocatps of "no market" were in a decided 'minority It was resolved that the itows clerk communicate with Mr. Johnson, declining the offer df land in Chapel street. 'for inarklt purposes. The selection of tlh most convenient place on the land in dreville-street for the erection of the 'weilhbridge was referred to the Public Works Comnmittee, to report on at next meeting of the council, an. the towen clerk was instructed, to write to SIr: 4ieos,'eand state that a piogress paymen't of £50. would lio made on de livery of the maehi...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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PRAHRAN COURT MONDAY, JANUARY 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 1 February 1868

PRAH'i AN C OURT : loiAY, JANUARY 07: Before W. Templeton, Esq.i P,.I., J. B. Crbws, and G. Young, J P.';. TIAVELLIIvGO WtTIoUT A. RAILWAY TICKET. John: Henry Ciands was summoned fir travelling pp the ile.llourne and Hobson's Iay. United Rnilway ?'inplany without a iilcket. lMr. England. prosectted op behalf of the company. From the evidence of the pportr, it apppared that the detephant had attemptedilto pas through file gAte .at the Richmond Station withoutt showing a ticket, and when demanpded said hle had. gpt into-the train in a hulry at South Yarra Station with out . ticket for Melbhorne, and:got out at the fii:st station to purchase "a .ticket and inform the station master of the case. He did so, and gave his name and addre.ei pxpecting to hear no more about" it. .It wias-t common practicehe said fob persons to pimp into a carriage and get a' ticket at the 'lextstation. t1r. Eyans, gave evideiice to the effect thii the defendant wap a mant of means,. and further instanced a ca...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PROGRESS OF THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 1 February 1868

PROGRESS OPF THE ELECTIONS. The returnse for the elections in the first batch being new all compleie, we find lhnt the following gentlemen have been elected: Dundlns-J.A, hencpherson. Dalhousie-.'C. G. Duffy, Evelys W,. Watkine. E?at Bourke--J. Balfour. and MI. lD'Caw.: ' ' Grenville-Sir F. Murphy. Mor.ingtnr--(J. Ml-Culloch. Normanhy--J. Cope. Polwarth-J H. Connor. Ripon-F. Lodnmore. South Grint--P. Lalor, W. Stutt, 'and 'G. Cunnit(guiam. South Bour'ke--M. O'Grady and G. P. Smiuth. South G:Ppe LaI.n-T; M'Comh e. Villiers mntd tIeyte.bury-- Mlacdonnell aend West Bourkes-Mr. L. .ind, J. C. Riddell, and J. T. Simith. Wimmera- -J. Machain. Of these four te n are classed as tlinisterialists, six as Oppi?lntmnists, and two as neutral. This leaves poriies in about the same relative position as the'y were in the last Assembly. The nominations for the second batch were made on ITiesday. Of the seventeen members thlre will add to the list, five we?r returned!unopposed; t.11 Ministerialists, ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THE MARGARET STREET CANDLE WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 1 February 1868

THE MARGAREIT STREET CANDLE WORKS. The following report from the Health Officer of Pralran on this long-vexed ques tioii, wais read at the last meeting.of the couticil, and ti copy ordered to be forwarded tp tlhp parties immediately concerned, so that any objections they may enterttiin thereto can Ie urged by them before the local board of health at its meeting on Monday evening: eTo the Board' of Health of the Borough of Prahran. Gentlemen,-,I beg to lay befqyo you a report of the ta1ow foundry situate in Marggret-street, which has been for a long time a nuisance to the neighbour lood'"by reason of the unplegsant effluvia emitted Geoia it daily, also frequently from the most dis. guastng and sickening stench which proceeds from it. I hgave taken an opportunity of inspecting the process carried on at the foundry, and find two ways of rendering" used-one in which the stale and more ob less.stiiLking fat is'boiled in a copper over a fir6 the fumes arising ftom this are disagreeable ae...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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TUESDAY, JANUARY 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 1 February 1868

TUEDAY, JANUARY 8B. Before the Maiyor (Dr. Patterson), and Messrs... ,,, airie, and 'R. Patterson, Esqs., J.P. 's. 'MALL DEBTS. Thoinas Butler v. WilliamiiKenney, Wviges £2. ,No;:ppearance.for?r'efpdait. ;. Verdict. for amounti, with, s..'costs.-Jas. Lynch v. William Mills :'Work and labour, 4s; The case was postpoiaed'tfi i:fortnight..-William' p. Hogan v. James:'Reitd." "' eciil tsurinhtn;s, £8 8s. ..1'here.w.asa no appearance of defends ant and an order was made for the amount to be paid in weekly instalments of -£1, with 5s. costs. I ABUSIVE LAN.O)AOE. J. H. Lockwood summoned John Swains for using nlhusive ;hr' uýnuge. 'Planintiff stated that on Thursday last while i'elivering his papers in. Aclnhd-street, the'"defendant olled out to him an'labusive name, and iiiputgl..to him the. theft. of a,. quantity of lead. \ ?B denied ;that he' had ever given him nny:pro vocation, eiid' said lie' had only seen ;him: twice the past two years. H'T? had supisnaed r. Joshuaiin, who had failed ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 1 February 1868

FRIDAY, JANUARY 31. Before 'hel tnaor (Jnames Patterson, Esq.). and Messrg. T. Baillie, M. Patterson, and Moore. JNTERyPLEADER CASE. G. N..Tnuiner y.:Mjiry M 'Gratl and W. Ardell. ''l'is twns an interpleader case to determine the ownership of some furniture seized by tile bailiffs ip accordance with. a verdict givep in favour of the plaintiff in the case of " Mary M'GrIth v. Rbert CaImpbell" for waes. Ilt appearnd' that the furniture in question had been takepr from the house anid iput into a dray in the ,vard, while the constable reinined in charge of the remainder of the f.urniture, the whole of` .,hichl lid been rented friomi Mi. Wooleir. At thifs juncture anotherh bailiff came up apd in ftli? nrme of the landlord, Mr. T'urner, demannded pn?ses sion. Mr. IMiller appeared for Mr. TIarnPr, and Mr. Walker for M'Grath. Mr. Miller submitted. that Mr. Wooler' had no locus standi, inasmuch as lie had not sent in any 'claim, and further his client had as landlorid had the rights of prior...

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 — 1 February 1868

TO TIE ELECTORS OF ST. XILDA. Gentlemen, There being but on, Opposition eandidate in the field at present,: $ venture to offer mtself as the o.cond. I entertain the utmost, respct for'the Opposition Committee who aro in search of a candidate, but I fear that whilst t,hey are discussing site merits and cxaminina the points orf aspirnts, the Ministerialistp will ean.ea a, nd gain too many votes. I therefore traow mvself at once nasseepinf your suff'rages, nuite inlependently of any orcanised oppo -sition, and in entire antagonism to thb Ministry on what they are plensed to term "the insuo.'. I thorotuihly erndorse what MTr. Fellows has said in his anddress Ito you. Mvy politiCal nrinriples are well known. are uncrhanged, and. as I believe, art' those of the thinking majority of this con* stituency. On the whole I prefer to stand in ony own right. as an indeponcent candidate on thol prineiples I have always advocated, rthter than irotnicarein al0 innovation" intrdduced' by the Minister...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 1 February 1868

Governhlle1l t FORAQE, 18TE8-9. ?NDERS will be received ?m.til noon on Wed needoy, teo 12th Felnrury n13t, for the supply o .orege, in such quantities as may be required for tseorlco of the Government, at the various olice and Electric Telegrapli Stations throughout the Colony, from the let March, 1868, to the g?th February, I ,,ionted forms of T"ender and Terms and Copdi of Contract may be oebained f he a.In pector of tore, Melbourne, on from the f1ceor in charge of ico at each Station by whom lso any information or explanation willbe affordel to per * tendering. eb' n'denrs must be enclosed in a separate en o. mniarked "Tender for--'' (as the case oy he), and, deposited in the box at th * Govern ot Stores,, Kicg-tstreet; or i .sent by post they ust be addr?ssed to the Chairtmnan .of theFTender nerd, Stores and Transport LOf'le Melbourne. GEO. YEiDON. ai e, febo nene, loth January, 1868.. Banks. HE NATIONAL BANK OFt. AUS TRALASIA: iaid-up, Capital .. .: £54),000 Resefvr Fund... ......

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 1 February 1868

TO CORRESP(NDENTS, " Mnana pst Veritas et Pr ovalebit."--Your communniection being anonymous, cannot be irisrted . ~____l _JU Ierah .SATURDAY, PFlBRU RY }, 1868.

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 1 February 1868

I RTRS. BTDD)TTE -On the 27th salt. at her resh?ener, lBnrnesfield-house, St. Kilda, Mrs W. C. Btidle of a son. 8TTITH.-On the 15th ult., at East St. Kilda, 5Mrs. Sydney Smith of a son. . . fATRIIAGES. FOLK-AT(INSs'N.-On the 15th ult.. at the residence of the hridls's mother. Southl Ylrrn, b~y ! the Rev. Donald Ma'cdonald. Henry Flk. Esq, snn of the lote Snanuel Folk, Esq.. N.S.W., to. Lilliea*, only dauhtier of the late Dr. Atkinson, of London,' Canadna West. DATtIS. KNOX.-On the 26th ult., at E?st St. Kilda, acci :dentallvdrowned. Frederick Charles, fourth son of J.ames nd Catherine Knox, dged five years and six months, M'EWEN.--On the 27th ult.. at his residence, Gnloicesterjliire-villn, Italeirth-treet. Wiridsor, John Ridltey f'Ewen, Esq., J P., of the Bank of Victoria, aged forty-six years.

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OAKLEIGH. SATURDAY, JANUARY 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 1 February 1868

OAKLEIGH.     SATURDAY, JANUARY 25.   Before Messrs W. Templeton, P.M., and R. Hunter, Esq., J.P. ASSAULT. Matthew Bergin was brought up on re- mand, charged with an assault on William Fitzgerald, with intent to do grievous bodily harm. As the prosecutor did not wish to press the more serious charge, the Bench allowed it to be chanced to one of common assault. The prosecutor had been staying at Hughes's Oakleigh Hotel, and on the 18th inst. was getting a drink at the bar, when the defendant asked him to shout, and on his refusal knocked him down, and then having picked up a quoit outside the door struck him several times with it on the back of the head, until compelled to desist by the land lord, who sent for the police. The prisoner in the meantime had left the hotel, and on his road home was arrested by Constable Burnett. On the arrival of Dr. Martin, he found the prosecutor so dangerously injured that be sent for Mr. Hunter to take his de- p...

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OAKLEIGH AND MULGRAVE DISTRICT BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 1 February 1868

OAKLEIGH AND MULGRAVE DIS- TRICT BOARD. A special meeting of this board was held on the 25th instant to make arrangements to remove the High-street toll-gate into this district. Mr. Jordan in the chair. Present Messrs. Cannington, Hoban, Duff, and Irwin. It was moved by Mr. Cannington, and seconded by Mr. Irwin, that the toll gate now situated on the High-street road in the Gardiner Road District be removed   therefrom and re-erected on the same road in the Oakleigh and Mulgrave District, and at such a site not being more than half-a-mile from the boundary road as the engineer of the Oaklaigih and Mulgrave District may determine, and that the rates of toll to be chargeable and payable thereat shall be the same as those now charged at the present gate. The clerk was instructed to take the necessary steps in the matter of advertising, &c., as prescribed by the act, and the meeting closed.

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 8 February 1868

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7. Before the Mayor (James Patterson, Esq.), and Messrs. T. Baillie, 1. Patterson, and Moore. ASSAULTS. James Baxter was charged with assaulting Charles WV. Cole. It appeared that the plaintiff was in Dickson's Hotel, and had had too much drink, when the defendant struck him a.severe blow on the fieo without any pro vocation whatever. 'This was proved to be the case by a man named Wilson, who was in comlany with Cole and witnessed tbhe assault. 'i The defendant said he was greatly trovoked or he would never have done such a thing. T'he bench considered a most un warranted and cowardly assault had taken place, and remnrked that even if he had been slightly provoked, he had no right to attack a man who was just recovering from illness and incapable of taking care of himnself. He ias fined £3, with.10s. cost; in default, one week's imprisonment. SMALL DEBTS. John Clarke v. Charles Forster. Wages £3 5s. The bench awardeld £2 without costs -Borough Council v. W. Htowell....

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ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 8 February 1868

I ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, FEBrUARY 4. Beflore the Mayor (Dr. Patterson, Esq.,) and R. Patterson, J.P.'s. I LLEOAL DETIENTION OF' PROPERTY. J0ohn Buban' v. Stewart and Broadbent Illegal detention of property valued at. 17. Mr. Dwyer for the defendnnt, and Mr, Miller for the planintiff. This case was postponed Ifirom the last court day to produce a copy of the registered bill of sale under which the plaintiff claimed the goods. The clerk from the Hegistrar-General's Ofice was in attend ance, and gave the necessary 'evidence, when Mr. Stewart, one of the defendants; was called, wsho proved that one of the carts, the larger of ihe.two cla~imed, had never been the pro perty- of Downs, the person who gave the billi of sale to Buchan, but that it had merely been lent to.bim, and even then after the darte of1 the bill of sale, which was in Octolber. Witness had only botught it on the °ith Nlovember firom, a man named Mlacdonahl, wto gave evidence to that effect.. J.'he magis tra~tes gave ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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CAULFIELD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 8 February 1868

CAULFIELD BOARD. A meeting qf this b.ard was held on Wed nesday last. MIr. S. Masters in the chair. Ihere were also present Messrs. Lloyd, Kirkpntrick, Seplhen, Daish, Nelson, Blaikie, Foster, and Coclirane.--The corre.pondence comp:isedl a letter fiom the Registrar-Geieral,; reqe!stinhr sonie statisti?nl information, whlich was ordered to be complied with.-PFrom the 'Tr'ustees of the Melboutne Library, thlankirg the board for thle imnpression of their seal. Fr!om the Roads and Bridges, asking for statistics.- A letter fiom the same source, raminding the board that they had nt given any satisfiction to the letter sent to them in reference to the encroachment on tihe Dande nong-rpad, The engineer was instructed to report to the Department on the subject.-A letter-from the Oakleigh Board, forwarded a resolution arrived at at a conference of the local bodies interested in the Oukleigh toll gate, comfirmatory df its removal, which they requested this board to acquiesce in. It was dpeide...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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GARDINER BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 8 February 1868

GARIINER 'OARD. The usilal meetini of this board was held Inst Wednesday, when Messrs. T. G. Henry (chairman), Woodmacon, Alwvay, and Stokes were present. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Amongst tlie correspondence was a letter from the Oakleigh Road Board, requesting the board to confirm the action taken in reference to the removal of the Oakleighi .toll-gate. The request was compllied wyirth, as was also a request for the Registrai-General to ibe sup plied with some statistics relating to the dis trict, and the appointmen)t of MIr. Wastell, as manager of the Okleigh toll-gate for the ensuing year.--A communnication firom the Honds and B3ridges Ofilce, forwarded some information as to the wafering eiserve, which was received.-'l'he bond given to the Prhhran Branch of the Nutional Bank, as guarantee for an overdraft was returned it not being now ,required.-A statement of the amount of money reclquired for the maintenance of tlte Dandenong-rond within the...

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