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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 15 February 1868

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. ST. KILDA COURT. ''UESDAY, FEBRUARY 11. Before the Mayor (Dr. Patterson,, Esq.), T. Baillie, and M. Patterson, J.P.'s. • ASSAULT. W. Stockbridge was summoned by Ann Van Guilder for assaulting him. It appeared that a disp'tRe had arisen about a stone whicli both parties made an attempt to pick up to wedge the wheels while standing at the St. Kilda Market. A scitlte ensued, in which the defendant got "the worst. The plaintiff was finedl0s., with £1 costs. MINOR OFFENCES. John -Wilson summoned Mary Higgins for illegally detaining property, valued at £830. The plaintiff depos 'd that he had been a lodger, and was turned unceremoniously out without permission to remove his things. On cross-examination lie admitted that lie owed Mrs. Higgins and also another laly named Ennis, the sum of £41 for board andl residence. Mi. Weller said the plaintiff and his wife were in the habit of imposing. on the boarding-house keepers of the district, making various representations to...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 15 February 1868

'THURSDAY, FEBRUAIRY 13. Before the Alayor (U. Young, Esq.,) and J. Goodnmn, J.P.'s. MINOII OFPtiNCItS. John. June was summoneld for leaving his horse andl dray in the public street.. The prosecuting constatle stated that the dray hid been left in the middle of Gardiner's Creek-road, and when Jine was spoken to abou: it he grew furious. I The bench were incilined to deal leniently with him, as he had recenrtly been knocked down and robbed of £W., and thei'eh.re only fined hinm 10s ; or, in . etfitlr, 48 Jio'urs' imlprisonment.-±\-rs. lhtinah \Wilklt was charged wita occupviug it house fiequented by peirsols without mauns of support. Tihe case was tlismissed, as the petsous referred to hal gone away. SMALL DEBTS. ElInund Cumminis summoned Joseph Ashton for wages, .£2 5st It appleared the plaiiitiff bid not served t?,e time hag sued for, and that the testimonials brought by him were not borne out by the sta:ements of the persons fiutm whotm the testimonials were suppos1ed to have come...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PRAHRAN COURT MONDAY, FEBRUARY 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 15 February 1868

PRAR ?AN COURT ,MoNDAY, FEBRUARY 10. Before: Messrs. W. Templeton, P.MI., and George Young, Esq., J.P.. LARCENY. Patrick Rooney was charged with stealing a coat the property of John Carrig, on Friday last, from the prosecutor's premises. The coat produced was the one stolen. Cont stable M'Lnughlin deposed that he saw the prisoner passing through Pral4ran with a rag cart, in which' on searching hei found the coatr bid beneath several sacks. The prisoner said he had purchased it as old Irags. He was fiund guilty, and sentenced to. ftuuteen days' imprisonment,' wtth hurd labour. AssAuLTS, &c. Mrs. Michael Green was summoned by Mary Ann Slheppaid tifr maling use of abu sive language towards her. I Mr. Weller ap peared for the plaintiff, who'stated that she was slightly acquain:ted with the defndmlant. On the 5th inst,, at her residence, in Toorak, while talksing with a Muin :named Conway about the urchsase andl payment of a pair of blots, the. dfehninit camne iup to the fince an...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE NEWS VIA SUEZ. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 15 February 1868

TIHE NEWS VIA SUEZ. The Geelong came to an anchor in IIobson's Bay shortly before midnight on Tuesday twelve hours in advance of her contract time. ihe political news she brings is of a negative rather than a positive character. Tile nations of .Eurore are at peace, but their rest seems to be an uneasy one. Indications all tend to warn us that the political volcano is only slumbering, and we ought not to be sur prised to hear at any time of its burstiug out ifresh. In America, the symptoms ofimpend ing danger are quito as ominous, anti it will require more wisdom and modsration, we fear, than her statesmnen possess to settle tlhe Southern question without involving the nation in a second civil war. The doubt we last week threw on the authenticity of the news received hb way of Panama of the attempt made by some Fenians to blow down the Clerkenwell Gaol, is by the later news received by the Geelong shown to have been unfbnoded. It was not even exaggerated-nay, not even so highly colo...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A NUT FOR THE WORKING MEN TO CRACK. To the Editor of the Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 15 February 1868

A NUT FOR THE, W.fit({IIIq Df CRACK. To the Edgtpr: of the Telegraph. . Sir,-I wiao er' moouchr surprised ;hL m !br. e wafe auoi lit at ;he lils meeting of thIO LoOuIIuir such imlportflpt qtuuotio's were dUis4uJed, ago Lihe welfLre. of u tnnuy 'ratepoyerO. Was it b" lie wrs adfrail of offendinlg M. Ciamlers b for hliaid-broken metal, or the otonebrevf e t 0 votiog for ieioliiole irkin mektal i oho~fn e answer before the electbon. Yours, &c., A RRPAYTIM.H OF MRAObr

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 — 15 February 1868

Educational. STHII YARRA COLLEGE S)Darling Street. Close the Railway Station, Gardiner's Creek-rd. 1Principal: , REV. R. K. EWING, St. Andrew's Chulrch, Liuncestoh (Late Reoy. John S. Miller), Asaisted by Miosters of Proved Experience ano Ability in their Respectivb Depart.ments. Terms: Quarterly, payable in dvatnco. Day pupils ... ... .. Three guineas Tiny hdarders ... ... .. Six do Weekly boarders ..? .. Twelve do Resident boarders : ... Twenty do Do do (under twqlye years) :.. Fifteen do S"Extras: SSinging ... ... .. ... Ialf-a-Guinea Music (instruasental). ... Three gumneaa Drawing .... ...... ... Two do Dancing ..: ... ... ... Two do N.B,-A i.duction of 10 per cent. in the pase of brothejs, whenr resident boarders. I For the sons of clergymen special terms. Refetences to the Rev. George MIgkie, South Yarra' Rev. Irvine Hethbringtop, pollins-street; Rlev A. D. Kininmont, West Melbourne; Rev. A. R]obertson, West Melbourne; G. yallontine, Esq., Manager, Commercial 'Bank; R. Simson...

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 — 15 February 1868

MEMORANDA. A fire broke out last evening on the premises oc. cupied and owned by a lMr. Johnstone, grocer, at the corner of St. David'sestreet and Nelson-street, Pral. ran, which entirely destroyed the shop and three cottages adjoining. It is believed the property is insured, but the origin of the fire is unknown. We are glad to learn that the Rev. Thos. Ne?s has so far segained his health as to be announeed to preach in the Mechanics' Ipstituto, Prahran, to, morrow morning. Mr. Crook, sen., will give his exhibition of Fine Arts and Vocal Entertainment oas Tuesday evenisg lt the Iato National St hool. Chapel-otreet, Prahran, illustrited by a flrat-class magic lantern. Several new views have been added of scenes talelt during the Duke of Edinburgh'a visit. The novelty of a meeting called for the purpose of explaining the religious principles of the body styling themselves the S ,ciety of Friends, but more popularly known as Qa lkers drpav a large audlence to the Prahran Town-halls on...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GENERA NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 15 February 1868

GENERA. NEWS The Victoria Model Yacht Club held . regatta at the 8tindridge lagoon last Saturday alternoon. Thet following entries were marde for the principal event of the day, whicl was a race for first-class boats, prize, £1 - Mir. 'Thlomison's Iolanthe, Mr. AF'Cleod's Syliph, Mr. Page's boat, Mr. Marsh's Prince, Mr. Swinbourne's Coquette, Mr.t Coomlhe' Flying Fish, :Mr.e M' ialloch's Undine, Mr. Thomson's Young America, and Mr. Wright's 'Tc.-at-te-Womba. Ilothante anti Mr. Page's hoat, however, did not start, In the first heat Flying Fish aqme in first, followed by. Undine, who carried away het bowsprit. In the second heat Prince.was victorions, and Tic-at.te-Womba secornd in honotir. Prince was again first in the third heat, anh Cquaette second., .Pince bearing off the .priz, having mrede the beat two runs oilt ofthleie.t A lhandi. cap match came next, Prince, of crurse, being placed last. In this event Young America was foremost, with Prince second, and Coquette third. This wa...

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 — 15 February 1868

IloLLrroways 1ILLS.--Restoration to health-I Wheo disordered action is first noticed an early re~ort to these purifying Pills will set all right again. lThey improrb the appetite, strengthen the stomaehls and overcome all its dilliculties. No medicine is si well adaptedi for the sedentary and studious ; thiy fortify tlia nerves, and give universal tone to th, system. Be the mualady what it may, Holloway' iurifying P1iljs will abate its severity and abridge its duration. They extr?ct all poisonous iratters fron the blood, and expel all gross hurnours from th frame. Bilidusnes's, flatuloney, nusea, distentio and constipation give way at onoes to these Pill' which,'acting:through the rmediuum of he constitutois exceriso a? mdst beneficial influence over the eaotit body.

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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CRICKET. SOUTH MELBOURNE v. RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 15 February 1868

CRIL;KIE'P.. SOUTH M?IELJUIRtH V. RICHMOND. The marthes between the first and second elevens of these clubs commnenced on the first instant, were Ibrought to a conclusion last Saturday, the South Melbourne men in each natch being the winners. 'Ishe first elevens piahyed on the Richmond ground, making 80 and 48 to their opponents' 87 anii 37, thus securing the, honours by the burrow majority of 4. Their best aItsmien were Cullen; who made 30 and 4, and Heather, with 15 and 17 (uot out). ''Le buwling of Osborne fir this side was very good,' he takinlk five wickets in each innings-in the first for 36 runs, and In the second fbr 18. Fo'ur Wickets were also secured off M'Clure's Islows. Marsden and R Johnson headed the, Rich mond score, the fortmer nmakinlg 18 ann 3, sndl the latter 27 and 6. The second elevens plslyed in the South Plark. In this mnatch the winners (South Melbourne) secured thet "tall" majority of 199 runs, making 116 in their first, and 105 in their second innings, wher...

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 BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 15 February 1868

OAKLEIGH AND MULGRIAtE DIS TR?IC'T BOARD. The ordi!pry monthly meetirg of this board eas. held on the 18th ilistaut. 1ir. Jordan in the chair. T'he ot.her embhezrs pre sent were Messrs. Irwin. Braithwaite, Mlillir, Cunnington, Orr anl IIoblln. The nminutes .If lost Imeeting were read anil untlirted. S' he followitng correpAlndlence was read from ithe Gariiiner District B 'ard, stl'ing that the Scotchman's Creek-toll had her?eilesee' fir £10 3s 4d. per monnth to Mr. E.1 Cotter. From Roads and Bridges Deparitment, en elosinga form to be filled I[p) relative to the income and e;lenditure of the board dlering the year ending Sepjteniber 80, 1867 The clerk stated thlat lie lhad furlished the re hliued inturmtlion.--Frotn the hrelhi urne Public Library, ltcknosle?tging til re ceipt of anr imnilrteon of the haurdl's senil, and tetrnuing thipks lot the supte.--Fromi the lon a und .Bridges, relative to the result of a conference imerting of delegates 'fiom the bovrd's interested in the ;Oakl...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 15 February 1868

THE NOMImA'TIONS. The nominntions *for tihe third series of elections were closed last evening, with thel followingr results : ST. KJILDA. Hon. T. 1(. Fellows. . JB. Crews. 1. C. Aspinall. | Dr. Thompson. EMERALD HILL. J. Whiteman. lilon. G. F. Verdon. SANDRIDOE. Nilliam H. Greshaiu. I. David Thomas. The public will have for some time to re press the vrly natural desire they feel. for an. inspection of the filrst of colonial ships of war-the Nelson. She has at present u very sisall crew of mnerclhnt seomein, nnd it will: etke several weeks to get everything in minn otf-wr fushion. The bnel'ul influence :of. the deud-lock is felt anlout as well as ashore. In consequence of the frequency of. floods at lIosedile, ;Gilpps Land, tle iuhabittnets have :l(erminte to n1,pply to the Government for a o'wn boat, to be placed in chairge of the police,.-! for use Il saving" life and property dluing Ioouis. i t

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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SOUTH YARRA v. PRINCE OF WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 15 February 1868

SouTH U. ARRA V. PRINcE OF WrALES. A match between these clubs was corn menced on the let inst.,( and playuid out on the 8th. It re~ulted in , draw in favour of South Yarr', who made a score of 144 and 90-toaul, 240 runsl; to which numnbr Ogilvy 41, and not out 11; lriggs 19 and 28;. Shaw, 20 a d 2; J Crooke, 16 and 2; Willis, .19 ; and J. Stewart, 12. were the highest contributors. Tile Prince aot Wales made 70 and 55 runs, with five wickets to fhll-tottl, 125 runs ; o° which nuniber Rlandal bbtained 17 and 25; E. i Talriage, IJ and 2; and Gornan, 6 and 12

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MUNICIPALINTELLIGENCE ST. KILDA COUNCIL. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 10. Present—The Mayor (James Patterson, Esq.), Councillors Tullett, Bunny, Ford, Peterson, Lord, Crouch, and Gardiner. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 15 February 1868

UNICIPALI TELLC ENcoE ST. KILDA COUL CIL. MorpAY,, PERanuAy 10. resent The Mayor(Jamies Patterson, Esq.), Coancillore Tullett, BIunny, F!ibd, Peter son, Lord, Crouch, and Girllirer.. 'lThe Mayor made a statemen't tlhat Mr. Peterson.was thle only person.nominated to fil the varancy in thie council in lieu of C- eii:llor Fowler, who hadl resig hed in con n, eof his having left;I the boroogh. r. ,Peterso?a made ithe usual declaration uplon taking his est at t?e council table. 'ihe minutes t the lust meeting were sad and confirmed. COREBSPONDENCa. Letters were re?nd Fr, ni the Dearstment of Public Wornks, calling attention to tie proclination in the Gorernmnet Gazette relntive to tile site of tie Custims Hoise. Reserlve, . From thie Hregistrar-General; asking for rr.eturos respecting: the -public library, which rre required to be included in the annual toitistics iof the colony. SFrom Mr. F. N. Whiter, stating that hlie had 'stilt a house, at considerable cost, in Williams ktrcee, and w...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MESSRS. CREWS AND THOMSON IN ST. KILDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 15 February 1868

MESSRS. CREWS AND THOMSON IN ST. KILDA.. These gentlemen, who are the Ilinisterial candidates for St. Kilda district lield their first meeting in, the Town Hail, of that borough, lust evening. 'fthe hall, was full, and the candidates were listrened to. Ttie alllowing is a mere abstrtct of what they said -the necessities of publication precluding our giving a fuller repltit hlr. Crews said he would commence by returning thanics for the supllport ihey had uawarded him on previous occasions. lie had been induced to staud for the relresentati, n of this district by the. receipt of a petuition numerously signed by the .inra itants of "East St. Kilda, and as he had but a short time allotted him to address therm he would necessarily curtail his remark,. Ini the fiest ilace, a statement had been made by a gentle' man. holding a very high positioa rel'tive to the disposal of the Police Reivard Funid, which he considered was fully snuwered by the Chief Secretary in hid speech. Notwitli standn...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CAUSE AND EFFECT. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 15 February 1868

CAUSE AND EFFECT.-f-n tle examina tion of an Irish case beftr a a ja'isterial ouinrt;, the counsel, on re'oss.ezaxmining one if tre witnesses, asked them what they had at the first place lthe stopped. [ie an swered," Four glasses of ale." " What next?' "'rwo, glrases of wine."-'.' What next ?' "Oea glass. of .brandy."-".. What nexr. ?' ' A fighr, of course.' MAT.EHIIAL DIFPFItEW QE.--TIe Rev. Sidney SIgitlh, in ,reaelrhing a charity sermon Irequently repeated trher assetiog bthat, of ulI nu?tirnlo g, $glisirnen wvere ost distinguishled lir geg'rosity, andl the toye of thli, specie.. The cohlectint liappent.L to. bha iiferior to Iis 'hprrctions, lie said :that lie Iuad evi lently muade 4 grear mistake, for his' elpression! saldlrorn have been tllht they swera tistin gtislted l or the love of their species. .What is the best gnArantee agriont taking a second glass of intoxirrating drigrk ? Not to, take a first glass. TEETOTAL EPInRAM. "tHokl, man ! forbear, anid drink no more, Tile Ih...

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 — 15 February 1868

PRELIMINARY NOTICE. TINTERN, TOORAI.. Important SalI Of 3EARLY NEW and CAREFULLY-SELEOITE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. FrSm the Celebrated London Upholsters, JONES and ROBSON, Piccadilly. Taluable. Oil Paintings, Artists' Proof Engracings, Billiard-table by Alcock, Carriages, Horses, Pony, Cows, &c. fo Newt Arrivals, People of Taste, Capitalists, and Others Wantinreallt virst.-lass Furniture. Et MMN[ELL, TUCKETT, qnd Co. have received in strautions from W. 3. Williams, Esq., in con sequener of his family returning to Europe, to SELL by AUCTION, on tul premises, Tintern. Gardiner's Creek-read, Toorak', on an early day, of which due notire will be given, His magnificent and nearly new furniture, made xptre#jly to. order by Jonoes and Robson, Piccadilly, . Comprising 'ull drawingroom suite, in walnut and green silk rep Brillinnt-tonedpiano, by Collard and Collard •Splendid collection of artists, proof engravings of Lnndseer, Hook, Hunt, and IMillais' finest pictures Large and elegant p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 15 February 1868

.. Business -,Directory A. F. White, Chemist and Drurglet, (the post olqco);.Chapelstreet, Pf'ahtakot /:if,,i !,;!r!' OI " ISCtELLANSEOs •I " Ross Bookseller, Staitiondr;', Chi ?l- treet plrari'iri,'opposite Tdorit.inll: n Jamines Firman. Botmlnkor;.Argyle-street, South Yarra, second house from the Commercinl-roand , Walker, :News ;"Agent, ,Chnpel-street, , Prahran,e All papers delivd?ered ciurly 'nnildpunctually.", J. PYi'lef Ciliil Oven Ziinfudefoity 9 Post' Oikelpliice, Melbournd . : i parirpr,,CuPr :of :Sinmoky/. Chimneyd ..9 Little Iourkclstreet east. M clbourn e ta • ; ' , ." .Bauik.ii '. , ,, .. ' .A .A, i .. :.? 'aid-up Capital" ' : £54&0oo - Reserve Find.t . .........4 le , PRA ? ? ,AN iBRA? C . . , ; ,: . ? ', : C h a p e l ! S t r be t;: . .. . : , ; INTIEIEST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS Drafts issued on,lEngland, <Ireland, Scotlaid, and tig .B:icks, :Branhehiea sd .Agencies ,throughoiut 'the' Woild. Business iours CepI to Three; Saturdays, Ten, to Twelve; And ...

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WAS IT ROLL-STUFFING? [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 15 February 1868

WAS IT RlILL-STUFFING'? Much needless indignation, and no small amount of vitulierative. censure, have been expended by 21he Argus and Ihe Age on what they are pleased to. nicknadhe the BIightdn roil-stuffing cease. It is quito a phenomenon for these journals to. agree. What the one asserts to be white the other usually vehemently declares to be black. But when they are in accord, their unhnimity is astonishing. Nosy with all due deference to these our big brothers of the press, we with humility as. profound as that of Uriah every man who is the owner of prTerty "liable to be rated" shall therefo?. ha entitled to a vote. Where, then, was the wrong in this instance?, At is not denied that the parties, on behalf of whom application was made. tax the owners of the property on which their claim was based. ''That they had purchased, the property with a view of obtal.is~p a vote, so as to give it against tile Atto gey-General, has. nothing to do with the casel The law can take no cognisan...

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 — 15 February 1868

BIRTHS. JAMES.-On the 7th inst., at the residence 6f her falher, Gertrude-street, Prabran, the wife of the Rev. 'r. James, Williamstown, of a son. IKIR]{BY.-On the 9th inst., at RIsedtle, Williams road, Toorak, Mrs. Alfred Kirkby of a daughter. OFFICER.-On the9th-inst., at South Yarra, Mrs. IRobert Officer of a daughter. RANKIN.--O the 9th .inst., at High-street, St. &Iildu, the wife of W. B. Rankin of a daughter. DEATHS. IERVEY.-O.n the l1th inst., at Prahran, sud denly, William Hervey, Esq., late of Artula Station, Murray River. I SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1868,

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