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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, MARCH 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 17 March 1866

POLICE . INTELLIGENCE. p'RAHRAN COURT. 'MoNDAY, MAnCH.12. Before W. 'Teinpjeton, P.M., and J. B. .. Crewe, Esq. LARCENY. Mary Joycoabout thirteen yeare of age, was chargedby Mark' .Wilson with larceny. The prisoner pleaded guilty. Mrs. Clementina Wilson deposed that thc prisoner was seven iiontlihs in lier service, and left about six weeks ago. She: was discharged for dis obedience. She returned to witness's service about three weeks' ago and remained until last Friday. On Monday morning witness went out. When she came back she changed her dress, and hung up the dress she took off in.the bedroom. On Tuesday morning she mismed the purse, which contained £1 9s. 9d. The prisoner helped to look for it, arid ap peared to sympathise with her. Witness allowed the prisoner to go out on Thsursday evening. She meturned and showed her a pair of earrings. She said they were made a present to her, together with halfa sovereign. On Friday inoirning witness accused the pri soner of stealing the mo...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ABSCONDER FOX. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 17 March 1866

THE ABSCONDER FOX. The disappearance of Councillor Fox still occupies a good share of public attention. 'The report prevalent yesterday week, that he hlid bein caliturod at Sydney, turned out to he a mere rumour; and was followed in a· day or two by another that he had cornm initted suicide. In connexion with this last we extract tile folldwing remarks fromn thie A4g of Tuesday: "During .yesterday a pamaul and most extraordiii:ry rumour, in connexion with the disappearance of the absconding lawyer's clerk, Alfred Charles Fox, gained some cre dence in the city. Last Saturday week the body of a man, who had strangled himself in a most determined manner, was found in a ipaddock near Studley-park. An inquest was hleld on the body, on the. following MIonday, by Mr. Candler, when the jury, in the ab sence of any identification of the body, re turned a verdict in accordance with the facts. It is now asserted that the body may be that of Fox, who, under the pressure of the diffi culties int...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OAKLEIGH AND MULGRAVE DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 17 March 1866

OAKLEIGH AND MULGRAVE DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. At a special meeting of the Oakleigh and Mulgrave District Road Board, held on Thursday for the purpose of making arrange- ments for shifting the Wellington-road toll gate. It was moved by Mr. Matthieu, and seconded by Mr. Dewar, that the Wellington- road check gate be removed from its present position, and re-erected at one and a half chains on the west side of the culvert, at the corner of Mr. Hall's property, and that the present fence be removed, and any extra fencing that may be required added thereto. The motion was carried.-The ordinary fort- nightly meeting was then held, at which Messrs. May (chairman), Dewar, Cornell, Hall, Orr, Woolstenholme, Miller, Nichols, and Matthieu were present. A letter was read from Mr. Stevenson, of the Roads and Bridges office, in answer to a letter from the board, which suggested that in the proclama- tion of the Heads Gully Road as a common toll road, that portion of the main road within the Oakleigh...

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 — 24 March 1866

Dress and Fashion. OOOKSON _& BROWNN, sceorsan, to G. J' J. ESP'?u., 41 iand .13 BOUllRKE STR;EET, MELBOUIR NE, IIAVE on haid a largo Iand well-selehcted stock Sof goods, suited to the present season, con stlting of Ithe richest and most varied ilescription of every anrticle cUnnected WithlS GENTLEMEN'S D1,ESS. COATIN C. SCOTCH AND 1EN(LISH Tl'I.FDS. FIIENCiI TIIOU1SIRINGS AND VESTINGS, of thlie Blest Materials and Newest )Designs. WIT I'TE DRIESS S1 IRiTS, Newest and monst Approved hSlipes. CRIMEAN SII'RTS, In Silk, Silk and lloel, and Fancey Fllan clh, in great variety, own milke. Fiancy Silksaud iFlinnels in the piece for m?okiing up to order, every attention being pa In to have them thorotughly cishruni. .ltterns aid directions for sel measuremeniit sent free by post to any addles. COLLARTIS, CCFI'S, LINKS, &c., &c. LA)IBSW'iOOL, SAXON'Y, :l.:UDO, Aml SPUN 'III.K N UNsDEIRCLOT'IIING, ''From the Best Mlanufactuirics. DENTS 1'S W`.1A1)7; NID G LOT h .S. DEN...

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 — 24 March 1866

Hotels reweiieý, &c: STAR HOTEL, CORNER OF Dandenong Road ,nd Chapel St., Prahran FIRST-CLASS V;INES, ALE, PORTER, . AND ~SPIRITS. LIVERY IANID BAIT STABLES. JOHN IGRIFFIN, Proprietor. Suburban ;ailway Hotel, > GARDINE 'S CREEK ROAD. T5s, ALE,IKU 81, Sct, of too MIST BRAND ADAM SMiT1I, Proprietor. ............ .. ................. ..._.... . The LIVERY and BAIT STABLES now ocu pied by Mr. Adam Snith, late G. Brown, are open for inspection. Firstratce close staples and loos0A boxes for hunters. Carriages for wedl ing parties, single and dourle buggies and saddle horses for ]dire at the short st notice. I _ Little Jack lHorner lives at the corner, Chapel-street anail the Brighton-road High For Wines, Brandy, or Rum, you'll find if you come, it That the qualityl 's worth a Jew's eye. GROSVENOR ARMS, And Briglhon IHalf-w4y House, St Kilda-road, !near Balaclava Station, by HJGNRY i.. HARWOOD, Of the Melbourne Theatres. N.B.-An excellent; Cricket Ground, close fenced, for priva...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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WRITING WELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 March 1866

WRITINGo WELL.-The great secret how to write well, is to know thoroughly what one writes about, and not to be affected. CoMPULSION.-In matters of religion, compulsion never persuades-it only makes hypocrites.. .

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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ORIGINAL POETRY. TO MARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 March 1866

ORIGINAL POETRY .'. TO 4iARY. I've lov'd thee long,: I've lov'd thee well, How fondly, God alone can tell. SYes, thoiuart dearer far to me Then aught on earth again can be, Oft I am sad.and lonely now, When no lov'd one is near; No hand to cool my fever'd brow, Or wipe the falling tear. And yet, even in my saddest hours,. I have sweet thoughts of thee, They come like odour from tie flolavers, Or breeze from southern sea. SThey bid me hope in days to come, When all may yet be well; They picture fortli our cottage-home, Where nought but love may dwell And thinking thus my heart grows strong, From strife and tumult flee ; I'll take my place amongst the throng, I'll work, TIl live for thee. FAnguen

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MEMORANDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 March 1866

MEMORANDA. Mr. Embling's attempts to form a ministry, as we anticipated, have not been successfill. It was stated in the IHogses of the Legislature on Th'lursday that hMr. Fellows was still engagedd in makling arrafigements, the result of which would be knowi by Tuesday, to which day both Chamnbers adjourned. A very pleasant evening's entertainument was given at tihe Town-hall, on Thursday evening, in aid of Irthe building fuid of the Congregational Church, at Windsor, on which occasion i number of amateur ladies and gentlemen gave their services and per formed several glees, madrigals, and solos. Mr. Blanchard conducted, and Mr. J. Summers presided at the pianoforte. So much has been already said of this gentleman's performances elsewhere that it is needless here to express a? opinion. Tlhere was a fair attendance, and we trust the main object of the concert, namely, the augrentation of the funds has been attained. At the Prahrenr Police Court on Thursday, as ap plication for tihe ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TIME. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 March 1866

T?in.-We all complain that our time is short, yet we know not howl to employ that which we have ; our lives are wasted in doing nothing at all, or in. doing ' nothing to the purpose, or in doing nothing that we should do. We complain that our days are few, and we act as.though there would beo an end to them,

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PITH OF PARLIAMENT. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 March 1866

PIT,-! OF PARLIAMVENT. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. The Assembly mot at half-past four p.m. on Friday, and, with a few intermissions for refreshment, con tiiued sitting until five minutes to fosr p.m. on Saturday. To attempt to give even an outline of so protracted a sitting would far exceed the space we can devote to Parliamentary matters, nesi.lr is it needed, as, from the interest excited by so unusual a circusmitanco, we do not suppose there is any one who cares a straw for politics who has not read cpe oeeotler of the fulil reports of the struggle given in the daily jouro?ls. We shall therefore content ourselves with a.erely noting that the earlier portion of thi evening was takeen up in discussing a question of privilege, introduced by the Chief Secretary, who. complained that a statement in the Argus of that norning, asserting that his explanation of the causes which led to the Government resignhing "bristled w th falsehoods," was a scandalous breitch of the privileges of the House. ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EXTRAORDINARY DEATH AND INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 March 1866

EXTRAORDINARY DEATH AND. INQUEST. Mary Lewis, late barmaid at the Terminus Hotel, St. Kilda, died on' the -evening of Thursday week at the house of Mrs. Mary Cronin, . Rokoby-street, East Collingwood. At the time of her death, Mi. leaney wasin attendance upon her, and gaoe a medical certificate-to the effect that she had died of "malignant'disease of the womb." Oircum stances afterwards transpired, which tended to throw a doubt upon the cause assigned for her death, and the police were com municated with, and Mr. Candler, coroner, 'instructed Dr. Pugh:and Mr. R'dall to make a jpost-onortem examination of the body. The result of their joint examination was such, that Mr. Candler commenced an inquest last :Saturday, on the body, at which Mr. Beaney, the medical gentleman who attended deceased, was present. SMary Cronin derosed that she had known deceased for six months. Decepsed had been a barmaid at the Terminus lotel. Last Monday evening, at nine o'clock, she came to witness's house...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 March 1866

EDNESDAY. In the Assembly, two or three trivial matters hay iong been disposed of, the Houseoproceededto the con sidoration of the "breael of privilego" which it had on Friday decided head been committed by the Argaus. Trhe Attorney-Gencrnl moved that Hugh Georgo, the p ublisher of the Argito, be called to the bar of that house, whereupon atose along and often aerimoniou?s and personal discussion. When asked by the Speaker whether he justified the expressions complained of, ),r. George, having by a vote of the House been re fused the assistance iof counsel, read the following statement t-" Mr. Speaker : As the publisher of the Aragus, I hold myself directly responsible for every thing which appears, in its columns, and am hare to day, in obedience toyour summons, to avow that the expression complained of in the first leading article in Friday's issue was published by me. I further declare that, in the expression employed, it was not intended to refleet. ipon the personal honour of t...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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GENIUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 March 1866

iGEm Ivs .-Ths mal of genius thinks for himself-his opinions are sometimes contrary toltlhose commonly received, and he therefore shocks the vanity of the greater number. To offend.nobody, we should.have no ideas but those of the every day world around us-a man so conditioned is. without. enenies; but lit ii ihlso without ge.,ius,.

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DR. CAIRNS ON HIS RECENT VISIT TO EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 March 1866

DR. CAIRNS ON HIS: RECENT VISIT TO EUROPE. The following ;is the substance of a very interesting address delivered by Dr. Cairns, on Tuesday last, at Emerald Hill: Da. CAIRNS said that' his mind had been so disturbed of late by the news of the disastrous fate of the London, that he felt somewhat "doubtfill ;whether he could suffi ciently collect his thoughts to give them a good speech. 'He was glad to see such a fine healthy meeting, it was encouraging to their minister, and showed, that his past services had been filly appreciated. He had been asked to give a brief sketch of his late tour tihriogh England and the continent,buit as he was not to occupy their time long he scarcely knew where to begin, for it would be an easy matter for him to talk on the subject, not fobr an hour, but for a whole day. However, he would commence with London. Of all the sights none was to compare with that mnighty city; it was without comparison, and without equal, in point of magnitude and wealth. He ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CAULFIELD DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 March 1866

CGAULFIELD DISTiTOICT ROAD BOARD. A meeting of the Caulfield District Road Board was held on Thursday evening last, at ?hich Messrs. Masters (chairmap), Daish, Cochrane,. and Pennngton were present. After the minutes of the. last meeting had been read and confirmed a letter was read fron the Crown Lands! Office, in answer. to a communication from, the board, stating ii reply, that the application to have Leman's swamp; reserved and placed under the control of the board wvould 'ts considered in connection witlh the application of Mr. Murray Ross for a :loese of the swamp in. question.-A commu nipation from the Registrar Genieral's, Office acknowledged thejroceipt of a letter; trans mitting the annual, statistical; returns of the Caulfield District Road Board for the year 185 .-A letteri from the .Roads and lBi;idges Office stated that the appointment of Mr.fBull as manager of the Point Nepean Ccommon Toll Road, by the Caulfield Board anKl Brighton Council had received the con sirlera...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MUNICIPAL INTELLIGENCE ST. KILDA COUNCIL. MONDAY, MARCH 19. Present—The Mayor (W. Ford, Esq.), and Councillora Fraser, Tullett, Oldham, and Turner. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 March 1866

M U NICIPAL INTELLIGENCE. ST. KILDA. COUNCIL. MONDAY, MAlRCH 19. Present-Tl o Mayor. (W. Ford, Esq.), and Councilloet Fraser, Tullett, Oldham, and Turner. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirm d. ' CORRESPONDENCE. Letters wbre read From the secretary' of the Intercolonial Exhibition, forwarding information for the use of council, and'suggesting for their cbn sideration the real practical good to be de rived from lpeal canvassing. Referred to the Exhibition Committee, on the motion 'of Councillor Oldham, seconded by Councilor Turner. From the Department of Trade and Cus toms, forwarding a copy of a notice relative to the'issue of authorisod copies of the. stand-, ard troy weights under the Weights and Measures Statute 1864." l- F'rm thel Deputy Postmaster-General, re= questing the council to forward certain sta tistical information relative to postal business and to the1 delivery of lotteis.. The town cleirk was requested 'to comply wvith the re quest, on the motion o...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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SOUTH YARRA v. FAWKNER PARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 March 1866

ShUTHYARRAU V. FAW?tite.Ria?RK. A ?match was :played; on:.the afteirnoon of the 10th' inst.: between ,these cricket clubs, which, after a close game, resulted in' favour of the former by two runs. The batting of Messrs. Coventry, Brvwn, Marsden, and Mlortoin for Saouith Yarrri, was very fine, and the bowling of Messrs. Bristdw and Turibiull proved very effective, especially that of the former gentleman who secured several wickets. Messrs.: Biiggs and Willoughby hatted well for Ffiwkner Park. Messrs. Martin and Crook bowled well for, the same club. The following are the scores p soUt YAIeA. 11. C. Turnbull, b Martin .., 4 3. G1. H.rown,b.Croik .. .. 9 ., W..Franklyn, i Martin .. . 0 r ??arsden, b Crook . . 9 :i J. S. Gair, hit wicket ... . 1 Bristow, (ptain) lb o, b Martint .. 2 .' Bpyero,'c Willoughby, b Croek SL e iorton, b sCrook , .r. Coventry, b Patters n ". 11 J, g y b Crook ... ... ' " " Ids, not out ... . ". g " Byes,10; wide, 1' 11 STotal.. . ; ,Wters (captain), c Gcir, b Br...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 March 1866

T I HEATR E ROYAL Sole lesco and manager - Mr. Iloskins. TIIS EVENING, SATURDAY, MIARCIIH 24, Will be produced the celebrated spectacular drnam of TIl E J E W E S S Or, the COUNSEL OF CONSTANCE. .''To conclude with the laughable farce of A PIHENOMENON in a SMOCK FROCK1 pO.LYTECIINIC I IAALL. Positively the lost woeek but one of GRACE EGERTON (Mrs. Gesir.o Case) and MR. GEORGE CASE ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME. First production of a NEW ENTEIRTAINMIENT Entitled ODDS AND ENDS. [(RAND NATIONAL GATHIERING. EASTER MONDAY and TUESDAY, 2nd and 3rd APRIT. For the Benefit of thei LYING-TN HOSPITAL uand ORPIHAN ASYLUM. Under tihe distiniuished pntronato of ills Excellency SIR CIHARLE.S DARLING, 1.C.B. The sports to coinmence each day ait twelve o'clockt:, and follow in rapid succession. Arrangements have been made with the Melbourne aol llobson's Day United IRailway Company to ran trains to the platform of the Gardens. Two lBands in attendance each day. PROGRAMMEI OF SPORTS. £ s. d. Foiot, Raci...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 March 1866

A a eers, Estte Agents, &c. CB. REWS, and CO., AUCTIONEERS, HOUSE AND. LAND AGENTS, Chapel Street, Prahran. (Agent for the Victorian Insurance Companics.) -?-V? T S' AGENCYoOFFICES Letting and. Sellin Houses and Land, IN SOUTII YARRA AND ITS VICINITIES Aare NOW orrosrTI THE IRAILWAY 8TATION, GARDINER'S CREEK ROAD. Auctioneer, Estate Agent, and Valuator.-Loans Negotiated. Agent for the Austra'asiam Fire ana"* Life Insurance Cownfany. WILLIAMl GROVE,. VATUATOR, AND iENERAL AGENT, ST. KXLDA AUCTION MART, IEGS to give notice that his large and com Snmodious premises in Barklcy-street, JTnotion, St. Kilda, is now open for the reception of Furniture and General Mterchanidise either for sale by public auction or private contract. Parties removing desitous of selling their Fur niture or other property leither by public auction or private sale will find moderato' charges com bined wi.n despatch in rendering account sales. Cash advances nade upon property for absolute sale. Auction sa...

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THE PRESS, PARLIAMENT, AND PRIVILEGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 March 1866

TIlE PRESS, PARLIAMENT, AND PRIVILEGE. On the theatrical stage, tragedy is usually succeeded by farce. Why, we have never heard satisfactorily explained, but presume the practice arose from a belief that indul gence in gloomy emotions might be injurious wvitlioimt the corrective of laughter. The M'Culloch Administration have copied the example. For months past their action has been of a nature which threatened to end tragically; antd, now that they have performed on themselves "the happy despatch," and decided on retiring in favour of a new set of actors, they; close their career with a farce. For what else but a firce of the broadest were their proceedings against the "poor printer" of the Aryus ? To nineteen men out of every twenty outside the Assembly we believe the action taken by the House, at the instigation of the Chief Secretary, is looked upon as absurdly ludicrous. And this entirely apart from the question whether the phrase complained of by Mr. M'Cnlloch was justi fiable....

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