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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 February 1868

Educational Q.OU'I1TH YARrtA COLLEGE DarlUning St~eet. Close to the ailwy Station,. Gardiner's Cre-k-rd. * rincipael R1EV. 1i. K. EWING, St. Andrew's Church, Lu,,eston (Late lier. Jo~hn R. Miller), Aristed by Mlasters of Prverl Eeperi-.ce nndl Ability in S their iespetive Departletete. T.r.s:......Tits ,Quarterly, payable in adence. Day Vpupils ... : .. ... Thlrree guineas lDay hoarders ... ... ... Six do Weekly lieodrders .. ... Telve do Iresihlet boarders .. . 'lwety do to dto (under'twelve years) ... Fiftee do' Extres: Singing ... ... .. ... af-a-Guine •Music (instrumentalt) ... ... T.hree guineas Drawig ..." ...... ... Two do ])uncing .': . . .. ... T?,v;' do N.B.-Arreduction of 10 per cent. in the case of .blrothers, when resident boarders. For the sons of clcrgyqeln special teries. Rlefereces to the 'Rev. Gorgoe r Ickle, South Tirra; tRv. .r.vile Hetheerilgtn, Collins-street ; 11ev. A. 1). Kinismont, WesCt Melbleerse; Rev. A. Jlbex son, West Metlbourne; G. ,Yaslloutine, Esq., ...

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 — 22 February 1868

"?[OLLOWA~Y'S 9??? Ls.- ' remedies.--Sors n icere wounds, and serd, blemishes may Ltohoroughlyanudpemann entlyrc by Holloway's avorld-esteemed Oliietmen and Mrs..Jalckeon of 17, Upper. Brook SBtreet, reord~ ho eure, of her o wrist, which lhad b' twenlty years most painfilly affected by a scrt ulcer, for lsicehob 'lse Ihad sooghlsurgieal assni in vain. Rlad legs varicoseo. veins, swo!lfa nkel: erysipolas, soon' vield to tile judicious t Ibolloway's codloli, he ing, ' a p'rifyin p tions, whiclsgenbrsllygivoeasoon thoirlirstapplsf IHowever painful the affeelion may feel, hss! terrible the sor' may seem, tle sufflerer nsj cheered by theo' khow edge that these renm. .i, cured as bad, i~sot worso, caoos.

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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GARDINER ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 February 1868

GARDTNER ROAD BOARTp. Tlhiis board met on Wednesday evenin' Mar. Henry in the chaii. The correspondence inclnled tile following letters:-Fromn seerse retart of Deat and Dumb Institution, fbrward ing report and soliciting subscription. The clerk was directed to reply that the board hadIl no power to comply. From Oakleigh and Muallgrave Boardl, frwarding account of mnoidty of works on the Scotchman's Creek road and Breakneck-road. The amount was passed for pnayment. From same, ienclosing proportion of rents tfir January and February of Henads Gully and High-street toll tfind. An pstimste tfrnished by the Cnulfield Board for joint works on the main iroad was brought up and adopted. A charge made by:na person named alBreen egainst a labourer employed by time board, of obtaining payment for work that was not dons, was directed to be investi gatel at next meeting, and notice was directed to be given to.the complainant accordtlingly. MIr. Miles attended to comphlin of the state of a crossi...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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GARDINER COURT. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 February 1868

GARDINER COURT. I SAtruDAr, PnBituAry 15. Before Robert IHunter, Esq., J.P. A. pblican's license ven granted to Fredrlerick Orme for a house at Caulfield. There being only one magistrato present, the remainder of tile bulsiness lad to ie post poned. This included the cases of Lovinski v. Woodmonson, chd Stephens'v. Jeffrey, dlispu.ted labour accounts, and also a Inumbez of appeals'igainst the valuation made by the Gardliner Road Board.

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THE NEW PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 February 1868

'ITHE NEW PARLIAMEN'T:. Ararat-W. Wilson and W. M'Llla Avoca-J'. M.AL Grant unnd G. U. Diay, Creswiuck-W.. F'azer and W. Mille, Crowlands-'-L Byruo and D. Blair! Duiindas-J. A. a.Maoilipherson. Dalliousise-C: G. Duthy.. Ewvelyn-W. Watkins. Easit B.ourko-J.. lillinur and M.. M.'I Grenville-Sir F. Murphy. MandurangLJ. I. Sullivan. and Jj Casey. Mahion- 'W. WVilliams. i Maryborough-R. Bowamau-. and M'Kean. MIurray-WV. Witr.. Mornington-J. M,'Culloc js Normanby-J. Cope. Polwartlih-J. H. Connor. Ripon-F.ijLingmoreu. Rodney-J,. Mucgregor. Souti Grant-P. Lalei, VW. Stutt,; G. Cunninglhum. Southi Boiirke-.L O'Grady and G, Smith.. South Gipps Land-'T'. M'Oombie. Villiers andil Heytesbury- Macdot andi - Bayles. I West Bourke-M.r. L. King, J.. C. i dell, and J. T. Smith.. . Wimnmera-r-J'. M'Buin. St. Kilda--HIon. 1'. Fellows. and.: 1 Aspinall; Emerald Hill-lon. G. F. Verdon. Sandridge--D. Thomas. Richlmond-J. T. Harcourt and Francis. East Melbournp-E, Coohen anc Walsh, Brighton--Hon. G. Higinb...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GENERAL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 February 1868

,GENERAL NEWS SThe number of visitors to the MIelbourne Public Library and MIuslnum of At dluring thai year 1807, was 197,525, of which 110,584 were mnorning, and 80,9??1 evening Nisitors. During tihe same year, 79,961 per sons visited the Museum of Art and Picture Gallery. The Library was closed for cleaning fioin tihe 1st to tile 22nd of OctOber, and the Picture Gallery firoum te lst 'October to the 26th November. Mr. Justice [olesworth gave a decision on Tuesday in the Wining case of IPatIier v. TVebstsr which will probably concludo a liti nga!ion that has been before thie Coarts. in different shapes for the last two or tIhree yearsl 'Thie dispute originated out of a lransactioo wlich tookl bllaca at a timne lwhen high prices wdre given for shllres in mining claims in tile Wood's Point district. Palmer anti Webster ageed to pay £950 for an, eighth sllare in one of'l these claims. Tihe plaintiff alleged that thlBy were to be partnbrs in the laffiir; the dtefendant denied this, ass...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 February 1868

''KHEV EK. Mqn aigne 9nce eleg?antlr said, in present-. ing a cbllctidna f othej' .opinions, '."1 have gatlhered a nqsegay of floweri, and there iq nothsing 'my own but the string that tieds them." We' proposa to adopt this sentinent' in presenting to our reqders some of the chief events of the week---to string .them togethier: in a chatty manner, laying claim to nothiig' but "'thelstripg that ties thlpmt." And first of thq eteol6ns, whioh has been the most absorbing topic of interest, engross in" men' thioulghts ind time to a large extent. But we areo relieved from moro thi~n the iare toention of thdm in this place, having dlivered onuselves con~erning them inia mdre' appropridte column. ' Thie mt?inagment of tlhe Blelbourne 'Hos pital seems to have got into a dreaidful state aF muddl: Perhaps iv would be more correct to call i: mismanageen.t. A few weeks ago wq had to censure the powers that be of tiat institution for what we thought, and still thirnk, was an itipertinent intorler...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 February 1868

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. ST. KILDA COURT. TvrESPAY, FEaRvARY 18. Before the Ma'vor (Dr, Patterson, Esq.), and '. Baillie, J.P.'s, SMINOR OFVENCES. John 'Wilson v. Mnary fJiggins.-fllegal de. tention of property, valued at £80. This case was adjourned from the last court day, in order thiat the plaintiff might have on.oppor tunity of paving the defendant an equal sum as the value of, the gdods claimed, due for board and lodging. From the evidencegiven therie was not the least dosbt that the debt wias owing, but the bencld were compelled very rAluctently to aorder tile things to be de liveredl up. The defeudant is a married woman, but her husband being away, she can not sue for the money due to hlier, which the plainiiff tooltDidvaiitage of.----Thomnas 3IBergisi. eas summoned for allowing a dog to bite Poliaerconstable Walshi It appeared that thte constable was on dity ,in Argyle-stieest wheo the defendant's dbRg rushled out pnd bit himn severely. Bergin vwas fined 10s. SMALL 'DEIBTS. San...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THE PRAHRAN AND SOUTH YARR[?] BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 February 1868

THE PRAHRAN AND SOUTH BENEVOLENI' SOCIETY. The publication of the ninth anqu1l u. of this society is lying before us. We sisb could say thqt its perusal has given us use pleasure; but along with much in it toe gratitude, there is rmiqed up that whicb provocative of sorrow. In tlip account I given of the way in which the coWunk have disbursed the .funds entrusted to we see cause for commendation, but in amount of euch funds we are sadly L pointecl. Refiore, however, cnmmenting this, we will reptint th1e comsnitteens It is as follows; tTIn.'placing their. R(eport before comp iinity for the relief of whose. the Society' exists, thle Committee d to thank 'the Giver. of all good for ?'i ever help thedy have been enabled to rpi fd the poor and outcast. Fhey desire a to e;press their gratitqde to all'whr t wy ;iay have come to their aid in this worl: 'While often pained by witnes5 the misery thdjr have been trying alleviate, the Committee have ohei ample pio.of of the truth of the"Savie: d...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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SOUTH MELBOURNE v. EAST MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 February 1868

SPUTH MELBDURNE V. EAST MELBOURNE. 'l'he first elevens of these clubs'met at East M1elbpurne last Saturday.. The local players went first to the wickdts making a total of 90 runs, over a third of which (35), were con tributeti. by one player (D. Canmpbell),. When time was called, South Melbourn~ had lfour wickets down for 81 runs, Culles with 2O, and Heatlte~. with 10, being not out. The niatch is to be continued to-duy. The tria~,l . ilo. prisoners .chrgerl: with being concened in thbe.recent Stephln.sti'eet optrsge is expected to, gommence on MoInday next. 'lho counsel retaiqd for the defence aiag Messis. Milhie, ]?iland, Aspingllrnd C. ,.. Smyth.

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 — 22 February 1868

MEMORANDA. An appeal will be made to the liberality of the residents of Prahran and South Yarra on Monday evening) on behalf of tile local volunteer corps. It will be rcmiemaered that the terrible storm which swept over Melbourne and its suburls fn tile month of December, ampng other drimago partially un roofed the new orderly-room of the corps. It has now been repaired, and it is to pay for this that qhevolunteers seek thle help of their fellow-citizens. And they ought not to seek it in vain. Our citizen soldiers give largely of their time, and we believe notgrUdginglyof their means, to perfect them selves in. tihe duties they have undertaken. Thlese duties are to stand forth as the defenders of our hearthls aul. homes should our shores ever be in vaded by anenemy. It mpy be thought that such an "eventuality is highly improbable--however that may be it is only tile part of wise men to prepare on far as they can for every emergency. And as oatr yolunteera have done this, we think th...

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 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 February 1868

PRARIRAN .COURT ?MoNDAY, FEBIUAsRY 17. Before Mlessrs. W. Templeton, P.M., and C. Bright, Esq., J.P. LARCENY. Two youngr men wcll-known to the police. as old offendiers, nmined John Thompson and Edward 'Hill, were charged with stealing from the premises of Mlr. R. Foot, Chapel-street, Pmrahran. Th'le foimer prisoner rejoiced in several 'aliases, tiltd had Undergone various terms of imprisonment, four times for larceny and onpe jor vagranoc3. He pleaded "' guilty" and was sentenced to three monthsu' imnprson ment with hard labour. Hill, othlerwvis Car penter, had been in. gaol on three previous occasions. He pIleaded "not guilty" and was remanded. A second charg agoainst these two hopefuls for :: robbery, was allh,wed to stand ovelr lThres lads, named William Ponten, William Duncno, aid Thomas Walsh weert snqmsoned flr stealing fr'uit firom the garden of Mr. C. Bright, Yarra Bank. The 'irst d liuiquent was dismissed, and the two latter, were. ordered .to be imprisoned~ for 24 hlors a...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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KENNEY'S AQUATIC SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 February 1868

KEnqEY'S AQUATIC SPORTS. The weather proving favorable, the ad jiourned aqatic sports came off at Kenney's bathing-ship )ast Saturday afternoon, the attendance of spectators being much larger than on the previous occasion. For three of the events on the prqgramiheo--the Season Ticklet-holders' Race, thle Women's Tub Race, and Walking the Greasy Pole-there were no entries. We hope in futqre events of this kind; Captain Kenney, or whoever has the arrangement of the programi e will omit the Women's Tub Race; although there is, we hope, little chance of any ep?trios ever being made for it. Still its ?ppearapce is an offence against good taste. jThe folloying is the result of tihe contested events : 50 YARDs ee IaDEN RACe.-or 411 boys under 12 ypars of agae who have never "von a a advetrisod race. Heats. Prize, a cake. No entry. 1st heat: 'P. O'Connor firlst, W. Seawlight aecond. Ii the seconl heat thie same bbyg came in the same order, the other competitors haayig re tired from tlhe con...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 February 1868

F?RIDAY, Fi?EIRUARY 21. Before the Mayor (James Patterson, Esq.), and T''. Balillie, J. P. 55URG5A iY. Joseph Graham wasiclarged with breaking into the house of James Mooney, Royal Hotel. Esplanade, St. Kildan,.and stealing property to the extent of £19. Mr. Moonev saild Ie went to bed on the night of the 28th ultimo at II o'clock, and on getting up in the morning found a pane of glass broken in the bar window. On serchling the room lie missed an opera-glnsse; a silver ring, a tflute, a new.table cover and orther things, valued at from £12 to £14. The flute produced lihe identified as his property, wivhichhe had had in his possession for about twelve rimonths. It Ras valued at trom :'£7 to £8. Mrs. A. Mooney said she left her son in charge of the hotel, at between 10, and 11 o'clock lwhen everything was riglht( She was the first up and went into the baet, where she found thile window partly raised up, and a pane of glass broken. She also deposed as to the property lost, as stated by...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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CRICKET. SOUTH YARRA v. RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 February 1868

: ORICKlfET. SouTr YAIIIA v. P1C5IcOND. Tlheo return ma'tchles between these clubs were commnncea aset Satqrdlay-the premier teams playing at South Yarram, and, the second at' Riclhmond. O, tlhe South Yarra ground, Richmond only sent uine rmen to the wiclkets, though filohling with the full complement. These made 57 in their firstand 10 runs in their sebo'nd innings, for the :loss of five wickets. South Yarrafplayed twelve men both at tihe wickets andt in the field, and made 69 iuns for their first innings. The bowling of Mor tiiner and Darkl fobr Ricolhmond, and Ogilvy, Turnbull, and Stewart for Sou.t!l Yarra was very good. In the matcl played at Rich mond, the South Yarra second eleven, who, owing to a dispute, played without the assistance of Dunkinson, scored 117 runs (of which number Moss made thle fine score of 46 and Shepherd 26 runs), for their first innings, and eleven runs for the.loss of thres wickets in their second innings. Richmond made 88 rqns in tlhei" first innings,...

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 — 22 February 1868

(J~EC.TpRAL DISTRICT OF ST. KILDA. - cof?ormit~y with the recquioments of tho Electoral Ant, 1865, I hereby give ':potico that the' number of' vots recordil for each of tho 'cnaididatet at the poll taken this day fort the election of two peRembers of the Legisltiyq Assembly for tis district is as follows: Tholmas Howard'F ellows 1585 votes. Butler Colo'Aspinall ... 1508 votes. John Bransdin'bo Crows 1322 votes. Wiliam Thonmson ... 1195 votes. "I, therefore, declaro THOM?AS HOWARD PELLOWS 'and BUTLER COLE ASPI NALL, Esqs., to be duly ELECTED to servo"in the Legislative Assembly for the Eleetoral District of S. Kilda. Dpted at St. Kilda, this 20th February, 1868; i (Signed) ALEX. FRASER, I Returning Oticer for the Electoral District of St. Kilda. ST. KILDA' ELECTION. LL CLAIMS gaBInkt the Committees for Ssecnring tlhe return of Meesrs. FELLOWS and ASPINALL must be addressed forthwith to the Chairman of QuCommittees Junction HIotel, St. Kildo. Royal George, Piahran." Wood's' Hltel, Sou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 February 1868

-_....... ?Bus"tesa° rD c .ory . ',- ' .' ,l ,. i' ,-"*" **, I, .,-** i _ • * ,, '. ' . *,i' MEVDIOAl.: , . , . . A. F' White, Chemist and Druegist5 (the post gfflce) Chapel street, Prahran i '' I'SCELLOAOUS, ,.., Ross, Bookseller, Stationer, &e., Chapel-street ' Prahran, opposite Toyn-hall., , , ,, i ; 'James Firman, Botasaker, Argyle-street, South oarra, secontd hose from the Comniercisl-oad. , W walker,; No.ws: Agent,,.,Chapelestreet,: Prahrai, All p.pers ?.dliered esrly and punctually.i1, , 3,'. Parker, 0olnoial Ou.Tn Manufasctbry a39 Post (fic-pli ces Melbohirne. : .':. . , : - : Parker, Curer of nSmfcky. Chimneys .ao Little N urke-street eatt; MelDsiUo.rn ....... ' * .. . THIE NAT'ONAL 'BANK OF AUTS TRALASIA. .aid-up Calpital ... ... £540,000 I eserve Furd... ... .... 145,Q000 PRAHRAN BRANCH. Chapel Street. INTETREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS. Drafts issued oni Englaod, Ireland, Scotland, ati! the Banks' Branches and Agencies throuighout the W orld. . ' , . ,. S . . Business...

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THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 February 1868

''THE ELECT'I'IONS. Thle elections are over. " Tihe issue," asput to the country by tihe Ministry, Ihes been po nounced upon. The result is what any one could have foreseen. The action, ritrosppec tiv9 and prospective, of thie M'Cul!ech Ad ministration has been endorsed by the return of a large majority pledged to bhclk them up through thick lsd thin. Whether':thlisex pression of opinion will have the 'l~ect of cauisnig tihe Council to accept tlie 'iDarling grantwhen again presented to them in tihe Alpropriation Bill remains to be seen. In a separate bill we have no doubt they would pass it-and in a separate measure it ought to be sent up to them. But that wolahi not serve tlhe purpose of the Minisiry snd their supporters, whio have all along usedl this Diarlins grant as a mere stalking-horse to coerce the Council into lwhat will be eqiiiva lent to perfoumihg on itself the political "happy dlespatclh." The voting for the candidates in the last of the three batches into which our ele...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 February 1868

BIT@tXS. PAUL.-On the 10th inst.,-at the Free'Presby terian Manse, St. h lhlda, the wife of the Rev. A. Paul of twinsl son ald daughter. 31ARTIN,-On the 15th inst., at Brightbn-rcad, East St. Kilda, Mrs. George Martis of a dauglihteir. EARTnROP.-- On the 8lth inst., ao Captail Coape, Smith's, South Yarrl, the wife of G. J. Bartrop Es8i, of a daiughter. SM'I--On the 18thi inst., at lIona-planc, South Yarra, ,rs.. W Jardino Smith, of a sou'l SDEAMHS. MANN.-Un the 18th inst., at Mann's HIaotl, South Yarra, (froms croup), Frederick ThoinaB, eldest son of Helen Emma and Samuel Mannu, aged t?o years and three mooths. MIEAEN.--Oa the 16th inst., at her residence, Lltrobh:street, Pralhran, Caithermne, relict of toe late John Melen, of Chalford, Oxfordshire, Eg land, - MOO.RS.-On the 13th inst.. at Westhtbursy-street, S'. Kildia East, the iliant daughter of MIr. Henry Moors. BJhe _ 1crcranh .SAIUIWA3'l FJJJUAAYllrr 1888.

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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ST. KILDA COUNCIL. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24. Present—The Mayor (James Patterson, Esq.), Councillors Tullett, Bunny, Ford, Peterson Oldham, Crouch, and Gardiner. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 February 1868

ST. KILDA COUNCIL. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24. Present--The Mayor (James Patterson, Esq.), Councillors Tullett, Bunny, Ford, Peter son, Oldham, Crouch, and Gardiner. The minutes of the last nmeeting were read and confirmed. pORRESPONDENOE. Letters were read Front the Central Board of Health, dated 18th February, informing the council that a conference of delegates from the various local boards was to be held on the 24th, at the Central office. The Mayorstated·jthat he, in conjunction with another councillor; had been deputed to attend, bat owing to the insuffi ciency of the notice he had been unaware of the meeting until it was too late. From Dr. W. A'Beckett accepting the office of health otcer, at a salary of £20 per annum. THE MARKEIT POMaIITTEE'S REPOIRT Recommended the adoption of a scale of fees, a copy of the bye-laws, the erection of a house for weights and measures, and the purchase afa weighbridge. Councillor Ford moved the adoption of the former part of the report. It was compul...

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